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THE BRECKENRIDGE NEW VOL XXI CLOVEKPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 17 L89r NO 35 KM ST PATRICKS DAY Bt Patrick whoso work n a wonder It I ho themo of orntlon and onR Wns a diligent trun Hon of thunder In nn ngo of oppression nnd wrong Whllo the doctrlno of loving ench other Lay dormant nnd dead from Its birth And no man cnllod Ills fellow Mi brother On tho faeo of Gods beautiful earth Whllo envy and terror nnd bnttlo Drovo men to tho brink of despair Reduced them to dumb driven cattlo Or tho piano of tho bernt In his lair This ahephord and ton of tho mountain In prayer neath the auniet of oven Slaked his thirst at Jehovahs own fountain Lit Ids lamp at tho altar of heaven TIMES WILL VANISH IP YOU ADVERTISE JUDICIOUSLY DJ THIS PAPER Â¬ L vvlV V ThatbrlRht littlo lilo of tho oconn Old Erin tho home of the bravo Ktill romembors St ratrltks devotion And trimuris thu Rift that hu gave And her noun In tho detpont recLSsus Of civilisation and fnmo Come forth on thN day with their trews And wtuvu u bright wreath for his namu Thomas Balrd LADY MONTAGUS SHAMROCK BT JOHN J OSIIEA Ho know what ot tho mous regiment his ordor meant transferonco of responsibility from them to himsolf Iu n moment tho woman was liiBido and tho gatos wcro again closed and bolted Lady Montagu looked around It was tho first tlmo sho had been insido Dublin cnstlo Sho Bnw n great quadrungu lar courtyard boforo her with lines of scarlet contort infantry forming thrco fourths of a hollow square In tho cen ter of this squnro stood n towering sor gnant mnjor erect nud motionless ns u pillnr holding iu his hands tho festoon Â¬ ed colors of tho regiment on guard at A drummer und it bugler tho cnstlo moro lads both stood iu front of tho standard bcaror nwny beyond A second quadrangle this rovcnlcd itsolf through an nrchway In tho midst of n Jong lino of imposing buildings nud this space Lady Montagu saw was also filled with troops Ousting hor glnuco backward sho noticed tint heavy armor plates woro bolted to tho upright bars of tho iron gates and that two flold guns stood on tho sido paths their muzzles pointing to tho street out Â¬ Â¬ HtJld off Go bnck ou your lifol sho rctortod Another step nnd blow you sky high Seol Your luforunl Ill 11 rs SWEETEST S0XG OF KATHLEEN MA PRODIGY A MUSICAL machine Sho had plucked tho bomb from hor basket nud hold it ready to drop on tho hcurthstouo ImpulHis fuco blnnchcd Instantly sively ho retreated totterlugly toward Â¬ THE AUTHOR VOURNEEN OmI fcJT ra v itiLjB J tho screon sido Copyright 1897 On St Patricks graco 1807 only n littlo crowd mustered on Cork hill to watch tho timo honored military pageant called tho trooping of Lady Montagu ns flho tho colors drovo up to tho cnstlo gates in hor mug nlflcont oarriogo nnd pair nppenrcd to Turning to hor bo quito disappointed handsomo escort Mnjor Lncellos of tho Hor so Guards Bluo she said with a coAnd is quettish nttorupt nt a frown this tho great mirth provoking spectaclo you havo promisod mo tho crowd of mad rcvolers and noisy wits Why Major Lascollcs theso poor creatures look moro liko mouruors than merrymakers Your ladyship is unquestionably 1 must right replied tho officer plead guilty to a great mistake I forgot that thoro had been an abortlvo inÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ by tho Author day in tho year of surrection this year Thopcopluaro sullen I supposo they do not liko tho idea of tliolr leaders boing in prison await ing trial Vory naturally If that is tho explanation I respect then for it my doar major You told mo that they ad- Â¬ Â¬ m sm WW v AliVfll rGs p It wM BUT BID NOT WISH TO COMMIT HERSELF vnnccd boforo tho vico regal people and mndo on exhibition of thcmsolvcs whon tho lord lieutenant and his party flung sixpences in tho gutter for them to pick tip V And I havo Been somoof thorn do it your ladyship on other Patricks days Thoy used to danco and demonstrator in tho castlo yard until wo woro tirod watohing tholr fooling iou gave mo n wrong idea of nn Irish crowd I must say replied tho Ivo teen peoplo disappointed beauty nt Epsom races behavo liko fuutastio idiots and they woro London pooplo mostly Major Lascolles looked n littlo sheop ish It jvns no light mntfer for liiiu to havo the riuh and beautiful Lady Mon tagu thn cvnosuro of tho court oirclo find that sho had been misled cvon in so small a thing as this by his nssur Â¬ nucos li r Appearances aro sometimes mislead- ho began to stam onr ladyship mer winii his confusion was reliovod by tho stopphRebTlho coach and tho sound of n high pitched male voico rich with tho raciest of Littey brogues colling Qrcon shamrocks swcot Indyl Will yon bny n shamrock to mako you pur tior Ho saw that Lady Montagu smiled whllo her oyes and hor parted lips bo trayed n sort of plonscd curiosity Mon tally ho blessed the winsome faco nnd tho inuslcnl twang which had brought bo welcome a diversion Tho extended hand a small yot not overoloan ono hold up tomptingly n piotty bunch of Irelands logeudary symbol Ho looked inquiringly at tho fair faco beside him I will snid Lady Montagu Yes take tho shamrock nnd whnta moro Ill wear it today A look of astonishment for nn instant flashod from thu majors oyes but thoro was something in tho faoa of tho im- Â¬ perious beauty besido him that oheckod tho oxolamatlon ho wns ubout to uttor It was widoly known that Lady Montagu was willful nnd in her moods did fronkish things that in ado tho fashion nblo world lift its eyebrows In mild sur ing Â¬ exclaimed tho draw Mercy on mo ing room goddess as sho took in theso warlike portents in n comprehcusho glauco tho plnce looks ns if it were in n stnto of siegol Major Lascolles do you think thero is any likolihood of ronl fighting I nm sorry to say I do not ho an Thoy swered smiling nt hor nlnrm ore only making n show of milltnry preparation to overawo tho peoplo Now my lass those shnmrooks I ho called to tho girl aftor ho had handed tho lndy from tho enrringo He took tho littlo wroath nnd with a graceful bow hnuded It to Lady MonA goldpicco dropped luto tha tagu girls hand with o haughty wave nt hor suggestion of change nlicited n litany of fervent nspirations for tho temporal and spiritual wclfnro of tho bouutiful lady and himsolf which made thorn both laugh heartily They stood iu a wido porch nbovo which is n long balcony on which tho first tloor windows of tho vico regal mansion open out Tho girl of tho shamrocks ns sho moved away turned Woll her oyos upward and oxclnimcd God bless tho ould times whin wo could nil danco till we woro tlrod in this big plnco and tho fino ladies and gentlemen ud look on from up thoro oyo nud often got up n jig too thomsolvcsl Them wero tho days when thero was lashlons of nionoy but thoy woro too gOod to last Ivo seen many n flno lord nnd lndy up thero but novcr ns lovely ns your ladyship nud his honor thoro God forover bless you both nndsoud you luck and Hero sho paused for sho evidently did not wish to commit horsolf to any do cided opinion as to tho relations in which in her mind hor benefactors stood toward each other Hor hesitation nnd her ingenuous look of doubt nnd fonr of offending against tho proprieties ngnln caused them to Inugh in unfeiguod en joyment of tho situation Leaving thorn to enjoy thoir mirth tho girl turned nwny nud crossed the squnro behind tho lines of nrmed mon As sho did so sho glunced up in tho direction of tho row of old fashioned houses which front tho castlo on Oork hill and the topmost windows of which commaud n view of tho courtyard Thoso houses wcro kept under close surveillance lest they might bo utilizod for nn attack on tho lord lioutenant the Mur A dotectivo stood at quis of Aborcorn tho door of each and a corps of special ofllcers posted in different disguises on Oork hill watched ovory window ovory ninu carrying a loadod rovolver In his pockot ready to open a fusillado nt the smnllost symptom of dongor In all thoso windows but ono thoro was no sign of life Tho bonds of two littlo girls could bo seen looking down on tho scone bolow lnughing nnd talk ing ovldontly in the oaroless hnppy way of childhood nt each movomout of tho peoplo and tho mounted polico out sido tho castle gates A vory redheaded littlo maldon ono of theso children was Thoro was nothiug peculiar about tho other Dohiud tho backs of tho troops tho girl with tho shnmrockspiokod hor wny until sho hnd gained tho odgo of tho nrchway opening on tho upper castle yard Hero sho pnusod nud loqked up toward tho window whoro tho children v ero playing Thou sho slowly raised Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Id said Suro its against tho rulos one of them to woor tho blessed flower but youd conx tho birds off tho Nelly ODowd with them bushes cherry lips nnd sky bluo oyes of your rcpliod tho lnughing No matter Suro youll be mnidon roguishly drawing your Bhamrock when you got off duty and how could you do that liko to know unless you had tho Â¬ 1 linn TQr Â¬ shamrock to drown Tho men laughed heartily at this conundrum Nelly ODowd was ostuto enough tosDizothoodvontngo thoir good humor afforded her Cant I go in to soo tho chief sho said In her most seductivo tones just for n momont only Who knows bul I might get n half crown from him for ono of my bunches of shamrocks No you cant uot this way re Â¬ but whisper plied orio of tho giouts and ho stooped down and loworod his tho sido door nround tho corner voico is only on tho latch Slip in thoro and youll catch him in his privato ofllco Nobody will get auy blamo for that for wo ran pretend wo nover saw you Hiro n jewel sorrn n thing less I oxclnimcd tho girl warmly as sho skipped away Wont I pray that you Hands may soon havo tho threo Vs of gold laco on tho arm dunotiug tho rank of sergeant Sho waved n kiss nnd smiled n witch spell at tho good uaturcd ginuts as sho disappenred nnd thoy luughod lnzily and lookrd after her longingly Nolly Is n brick said ono Shes gouo iu to try to roax tho chiof about that boy of hers And I wouldnt wonder if sho sua responded tho othor Slios ceoded tho biggest dolucthoror I ovor cniuo across Ould Nick himsolf couldnt refuse her anything I think she has tho four lenved shamrock But Tnlbot is with tho chiof now nud thats one chanco agaiust her The girl meanwhile had entered tho hall loading to tho ofllco of tho chiof of police Sho knocked but rccoived no answer for jnst then all tho regimontnl bonds wcro crashing out God Snvo tho and the roar of tho martini Queen muslo drowned all other sounds Theyll follow this up with Patricks nnd Day said Nelly to horsolf piny othor thiugs besides now that the lord lioutenant is coming out Ill mako bould nud turn the handle Suitiug the action to tho word sho pushed the donr open and wont In The muslo completely covered tho movemont A tall screen cut tho room n lnrgo There was no ono In the ono in two portlou in which the girl found horsolf but sho heard voices ou tho other sido An armchair and nn ofllco tnblo littered with papers woro tho solo fumituro and a couple ot large maps the solo deflorations On a tray besido tho inkstand lay what uppearod to bo an ordinary egg It mndo tho girl smilo Such nn object In tho ofllco of tho chief of polico Dut tho seemed to her very ridiculous smile soon became lost in tho look ot eager Interest which flashed Into hor faco with tho first words sho oaught from iusido It must bo dono Talbot Woll nev er get juries to convict unless wo can show them theso men ura tho desperato villains wo say oxolatmed tho girl under Talbotl Thats tho spy thoy say is hor breath swoariug lu mon himsolf to get tho Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ mado null pick out your mnu nnd fhon you can orrongo tho job between you sq that tho explosion oan tnko place whore nelthor of you will be hurt Dut the escort mny cut him down with thoir sabers You can jump out You sco to that ot tho carriage and play tho hero res cue him from tho soldiers nud hand him over to tho polico Egad its n bright Idea crlod tho nud it suits spy laughing henrtily my fancy Tho job that has n dnsh of dongor in it Is just tho ono that suits mo host What nionoy is thoro in it chiof A hundred pounds apiece for you Only tuko euro hus nnd your partner not ono to blab Blab If ho did hod novor llvo to laughed tho truculent swoar to it Oh not Auy ono thnt docs nuy bravo work for Talbot knows tho sort ot man Lady Moutagu nnd hor escort wcro of tho party Sho had been presented nt court and thereforo needed no formal Introduction now Mnjor Lascolles was there by right as ono of the viceroys nlds Her ludyshlp knew ninny of tho pnrty nnd wus soou tlfo center of n brilliant oirclo Her beauty mado hor conspicuous oven in n company of women tunny of whom woro fnmous for their graces Tho lord lieutenant himsolf paid her marked nttontion much to tho chngrin of Mnjor Lascollcs Tho clock struck 13 It was tlmo for tho vice regal party to appear on tho balcony nccording to immemorial usage Oh I havo lost my shamrock cried Lady Montagu as the party moved forOh what shall I do for tho ward dear littlo flower If you will accept mlno you wU honor mo by wearing it said tho vico- Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Dont for Gods sakol ho jorked I glvo iu Jack Darcy will bo out out iu an hour if you swear not to toll what you know I do swear it so help mo God if sho replied you keep your word But Ill keep tho bomb to prevent inichief In n moment sho wns gone Tho chief tnuk helplessly into n choir grout cold beads of perspiration standing ou his brow Whllo this brief drnmn wns being en noted tha lord lieutenant nud his lady had been receiving tholr visitors Ills Knrly Ilfo In Ilnglmul lilt inliitlon of the Melody Thut It Known All Over the World Sketch uf MehiilU Crouch tho lteinnrltfthln CumpuMr Knthleen Mavonrnecn the gray dawn break Inn Tho horn of th hunter la heard on the hill Th lark from her light wing thv bright dew Is nlmkliiK yvin mi PWHER Absolutely Pure Ceti1 Ki itt Kathleen Mnvournecii Oh hint thou forgot tan loon v mint wjvor Oh hits thott forgotten tola day we must hon- - ma t What I SlamborliiK It may bo for yenra and It miy be forover Oh why art thou allont tlton volgu of my heart Kathleen Mnvourneen Arak from thy lumber The blue mountain glow In the aniia golden llKht Ah where la the apell that oneu tmaff en my number Ari In thy benuty them atar of my night lIuNourhenn Muvuurmvn my aitd teara are falling To think that from Erin and thoo I muat nrt It may bn for jtam and It may bo forever Then why art thoti allont thou voice of my henrt Ho died with nsong upon his lip Such is the brief obituury Hue of tho lirt bmlthtuln all form r Av i limhriti I r si n t i t nrK Strtigth t m nt Ul MM i ulum onJ m the lit ap brand i M V VKK and WASTE OF PUBLIC MONEY Representative Dookcry Accuses the Last Congress of Extravagance Ns KICHOLU CROUCH hois All right then Wait till I glvo you tho bomb vvl I i A V i ML Â¬ Â¬ v v Opposlto woro tho iron gatosof tho cnstlo Two scarlet coated soldiers hold thoui opou tyuy to oloso thoin ns soou TAU0TtKCLAlMEnTHE0inLUJJDKrtlIErt as tho equipage had possod iusido lltlEATH Tho drivor whipped his horsoson nnd hnr basket and plueed it on her head thovoudor of tho shamrocks was nearly nud passed undor tho arch swept under tho wheols so sudden was Tho red hend simultaneously disap Â¬ tho movement Sho was ngilo fortu pears from tho window imtoly nnd quickly sprang to tho curb It is in tho lower cnstlo ynrd that the stone running after tho vohlolo till tho fnmous Dublin polico havo their head Irongntcs nud tho poromptory Haiti quarters A couple of hundred of these of tho nrmed sentry stopped her gignutio representatives of the law nre Please let tho woman iu said Lady lodged closo to tho cavalry Imrraok uud Montagu spenkiug to tho guard from across tho roadway Is the police com tho carriage window ns thoy prepared iiiWiier ofllcp It was toward this I wish to havo a plnco that tho ilmuirook lasslo directed to olose tho gates her steps bunch of shamrocks A couplo of herculean fellows wero Tha guards looked at each other smiling but hesitating Thoy had strict or- Â¬ lounging about tho door displaying their proficiency in the difficult art of ders to admit none of the crowd It is nil right men said Major doing uothlug and yet seeming to be Do as the deeply occupied mentally and physicalLasoelles authoritatively ly Tq these the glrlieeuied to be well lady witliM His uhHotw th rUh oue of field known far thoy received her pleasant ly and she had no dirneultyju wheeofficer of tlw Qvmhs keuMhold troops Majo Laswllet too dling them into buying some of her bespata hi rlM4 f Um eolofil ywdaut wore M kmvu Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ prise blood nionoy Woll if you say it must chiof must It is I suppose Dut how do you proposo to do it You must got Bonie follow of nervo You must uot risk your liko yourself own life in tho mattor for youro too valunblo just now When tho lord lieu tonnut is going to tho thontor ho must Col lego green bo ut linnd with n bomb Tis will bo the best place I think wldost thoro Thnt wouldnt bo onsy to A bomb hnndlo Im afraid too bulky I mean Leave that to mo Ivonlittlo thing ou tho tnblo inside a now ntlalr called rk Kki nitroglycerin a harmls looking little thing You wouldnt know it from nil egg but twould blow up this houso for nil that if you throw It ou tho floor Nellys eyes diluted nud her breath seemed for a momont lost but only for I n momont Ero tho look of horror hud faded from her faco she hnd seized the Infernal object oxohnngod it for one ot I a couplo of eggs in hor baskot whioh sho had bought for bor midday moal nud covered it up with tho other in tufts ot shamrook Hut i any mishap occurs tho lord lieutenant might be hurt No well tako caro of thnt He wilt be informed before bo stnrts thnt thoro You seo hes so soft hearted la a plot boll never believe theso Fonlnu follow aro so bud ns we want him to believe Yw I kuow Iut what then When he heurt this he wont go nnd Wheres the fuu then You must take his pi aw Yoare n prieerl just bis height and build nnd all you He made want it the long whiikwr Gt tmlr suIm hor I Nelly stepped bnck a pace or two her hand on tho door haudlc ns though sho had just come iu Thero was no timo to think of any mcaus ot cscupo Tho chief ns ho cmho iu looked at Who nro her darkly nnd wondoringly you and whnt tho duvil brought you he said gruffly hero sho nnswor Not to sill shnnirocks ed firmly but to make a bargain Ivo something to tell you that youd glvo 1000 to hoar Ho wns a Ho lookod nt her keenly man of discernment nnd ho knew that tho girl wns sorlous ho sold tak Walt horo n momont ing tho egg off tho tray nnd disappearing behind tho screon Torriblo us tho situation wns tho girl could not repress n triumphant smilo as ho wont out So beautifully luid a plot nnd so ridionlously frustratodl Thlswus what sho thought Woll what havo you got to say to mo queried tho functionary whon ho Bo quick I must bo off to renppoored look aftor tho levee T1h about poor Jack Darcy sir His mother is dying dying of o broken heart all on his nccouut Suro tho poor boy did nothing Ho wns Urn muttored tho ohlof ono of those taken nt Tallaght and ho can givo us vnlunblo information tor hos iu tho iusido swim tho oxolulmed vo Dut ho wont homontly Hod rather die first nud wed rathor seo him dead tool Wol ho oxclnimcd looking nt her curiously What Interest havo you got In him pray Woro engaged to bo married sir sho replied blushing and dropping hor oyes but poor as I am Id uever marry ono who was so bad as to bo nn informor Ah nnd so thnts the kind ot u girl you nro Well youll hnvo to postpoiio your wedding mnybo for ten years Ho folded his arms and smiled grimly as ho snid this Sho uttorod n great cry for sho know what theso ominous words mount Then sho foil on her knoes on tho floor nnd sobbed piteously Stolid ns ho was bo eyed hor half pityingly You said you hnd something to tell Givo over uud let me ho said mo hear It sho rcpliod rislug Well Its this doflaiitly thnt If you dont show mercy to Jack Darcy his mud brother Will is Bworn to hnvo blood nud thntll bo todny Hos sworn ou tho Bible to kill tho lord liouteunut hos in n plnco whero ho enn do it nnd whon ho hours thnt theros no chnuco for Jnck holl shoot him Ho wns hivor in his sinsos sir nnd tho sight of tho ould mothor dy ing tins mndo him mad out nud out Ho stopped book Tho officer started a pace and lookod nt the girl sternly There Hor gazo mot his unfalteringly wus truth iu her tenr dimmed oyes ho said sternYou nro tooling me ly Do yon think Im n child to bo frightened nt this old womnns story sho crlod As God is looking nt bid rnssionntely tis tho gospol truth I Now Ive warned you nud you know what to do I cannot do it ho ropllod nftor My duty Is to keop ray prisonpauso er Now go nwny Sho turned n despairing glnuco upon his faco Sho snw ho monnt what ho said All the doggod policomaua spirit was written ou his faco sho Woll Ivo one card left yet said Ill forco my wily somehow into tho lord lieutenants prvacuco and tell him of his danger Holl suroly grnut mo Jack Darcys liberty for saving his own life And whllq Im nt it Ill just lot him know whnt you nud thnt villain Talbot hnvo juM concocted between you 1 ovorhcurd every word of it Youshnnt stir n stertout of this Youro you jadeH ho cried furiously Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A Y 1A DOXT FOlt CODS BARFl nE JFIIKED OUT Â¬ roy bowing hor with a mond aigrot Sho ncceptcd thn gift with n profound courtusy whoso grace wnsnsfuol to tho flro in Major Lascolles heart Ho looked so envious whon hor eyes met bis on instant later thnt sho could not holp Why did you not givo mo smiling your shnmrock major sho sold ban gnllnntly nnd presenting bunch fustcuod with n dia Â¬ tcrlngly I would givo you my lifo ho said But alus I was fool sotto voco enough to think thoro wns nothing in tho shamrock whon I might havo won the fairest ruso in all tho garden with oue As tho vice regal party stepped upon tho balcony tho bands ngnln thundored out tho British national anthem Iu tho window whoro tho two chlldrous heads hnd been noticed tho ruddy curls ot tho ono which had disappeared wcro again composor of ICnthloeu Mavournoen ond 2000 other ballad His life was an eventful romance from thu first chapter to the last A fatuous writer has said There is no eloquence that thrills liko Irish eloquence there is no poetry that touches liko Irish poetry thero is no wit so keen ns Irifth wit thfre is no melody so sweet nud plaintive ns Irish molndlcs Professor F Nioholls Crouch P R S such was his habitual autograph was born in Warren street Pitzroy square Marylebono parish of St Pui cros Louden on July 81 1808 At 21 he wns violoncellist before Roi bIiiI ond n littln Inter he wns at Drury Lane iu London fimous and accomplished Thoro ho wroto his first pongrf Zephyrs of Lore for Misri Annie Tree nud The Swiss Song of Meeting for tho celebrated Mine Malibrnu There too ho formed an aequaiutouoe with John Howard Piyne nnd when that equally unfortnnnto gonitis produced his opera Clarl tho Maid of Milan tho In orchestra wns directed by Crouch wns this oporn Home Sweet Home sung for tho first time on any stnge It was Mrs Crawfords en for tho words are hers thnt gave to tho musician the inspiration of his best sang Knthluen Murourneen nwake from thy lum Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The bluo mountain glow In the amis golden Ah where H tha tjWll that once linn lxrsl light Representa- Â¬ Wasiiivotov March tive A M Dockory of Missouri in a leave to print speech which Is to bo published in Tuesdays Congresaionnl Record attacks the Fifty fourth Congress for ite expenditures iu strong terms Ho myt in part The Republican party cannot escapo thu condemnation of the country for un- Â¬ just and unwarranted appropriations in n time of profound commercial depression When this Congress couvened at its first ne8ion lahor wns discontented because of inadequate compensation mining industries were nt a standstill manulactoriefl wero closed or riming up Â¬ on limited time while agriculture wna utterly prostrated Ipon the reassembling of tills Con grew at a second mumion in December last theeo adverse business conditions wore aggravated nud intensified Every consideration of patriotism equity nnd fair dealing demand n policy of rigid Some of the Republican economy lenders attempted to enforce such n pol- Â¬ icy This House however with its Re Â¬ publican majority of lbO has recklessly disiegarded the obvious requirements of the National Treasury nnd instead of mnking an honest eliort to close tho over increasing chasm butweou receipts and expenditures line still further Mid ened it by appropriations which in their aggregate nro w ithout precedent Iu my opinion the time has como whan Congress in response to the de Â¬ mands of the people must rednco ex- Â¬ penditures The best practical method by which this can bo accomplished is to chango the rule ngnln and clotho with tho re Â¬ quisite power nud responsibility ono committee be it thu case prior to 1SG5 tho Committee on Ways and Means By this method appropriations can bo reduced within the revenues of tho Government wlnely harmoniously nud without crippling any brunch of the pub- Â¬ lic survlcu There should bo ono com- Â¬ mittee organised to protect the taxpayers nnd the Treasury Â¬ on ray Hew Is This Offer visiblo whippor Thoyro coming out now ed u mnu who wns crouching bononth tho window sill his hands fiercely Look out Kitty for clutching a riflo tho man who wears n shamrock among cm Tho flro of lunacy was iu his oyes Tho children folt n voguo terror though thoy did not divino his purpose I sco no man witli a shnmrock but I seo thero said tho littlo girl Look nguin Kitty Mnybo hos not como out yot Ah I soo a servant bringing n big bunch nud hnuding it to n goiitlemuu replied tho watcher Tho mnu rose nud told tho children to go down stnirs His face white wild nnd hard set appourcd nbovo tho win dow sill ladies wearing them Â¬ flung open and a woman dartod out Sho cast ono glnuco up nt tho window nnd saw tho faco and saw n riflo barrel No ono elso In tho crowd saw thoso She stood in the center of the road wnv and wuved her arm wildly at tho Dont Will she shrieked window Ive saved him Jack Is free Tho fuco and woapiU disappeared from tho window nud tho woman foil Tho in n heap ou tho stnno pavomont peoplo thought hor n cruzed thing or mayhap drunk but thoy littlo dreamed that tho shamrock she hud sold to Lady Montagu had saved tho viceroys life But that was exactly whnt happened on St Pntrlcks dny in 1807 At thut moment tho castlo gates were most popular Catarrh nud Hay Fever Cure KlyV Cream Ralm Riiilicicnt to was inpresd with the rhythmic beauty demonstrate it great merit Full eiza of tho lines and the tender patiios of the 50c thonie They kept jingling iu his brain KLY BROTHERS nud ono day while riding about the Now York City 5C WarrouSt grounds of tho Duke of Uodfordsonstlo I My ton wasflilllcted with catarrh at Kngley near the banks of the beauti ful stream Tnmnr in Duronshlre ho induced hlin to try Elys Cream Balm evolved tho melody that was destined to nnd the disagreeable catarrhal smell all bu sung by countless generations ami in left him He nppenrs ns well as nnyouo almost overy tongue J C Olnietoud Areola III When ho returned to his lodgings ho totupluted the toug This wus iu 1830 Abiding by The Verdict It was first sung by himself nt it littlo lKtroit Tree 1reu concert iu Plymouth and Inter he pre It wns the Judge who was talking sented the score nnd copyright to Mrs Ono of my moat peculiar experiences Peter Iloen the wife of n muslo denier In that Knglish town of whom he wns was whllo I was on tlm bench down iu very fond Tfte house of Roen tailed lVnnsylvanin Hunk Wodders was nud their effects jMissed into the poses brought down from thu mountains Co of Loudon lion of DAlmniue atenlingn shoat from ono who iesiud numerous editions of tho uharged with ot bin iielgliltom I had limited nnd melody With this were oonnectcd Der Their Murriugo nnd fished with the old fellow as n guide nud mot Astore I asked felt sorry to aee him iu trouble the quartet form Donth of Deruiot ing it history ot Irish lore nud romanco him if he wanted n jury trial An unfortunate marriage drove him Dunt want no trial tall ho replied to tho United Status In Portlnud Mo doggedly Ill just plead guilty I haint got no witnesses or no friends Thuy11 jlst eweitr I stole thnt hog an Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ numbers ArUu In thy beauty thou star of my nliihtl He had een the little poem iu ti liritUh anagazine or the authoress wnt it to him Crouch himself was doubtful nnd ho On receipt of ten cent cash or stamps a generous sample will bo mailed of tho whorellbr But did you Btenl it Hunk Rut I klu Didnt steal nothln tnko my modlclno a strlda toward tho girl to A bottlo of Dr BoIIb should hn on tho medicine shelf of every home In a sudden attack of croup it ia Invfllmihlo allaying thu Irritation nnd citoixns iiumiriAcK ending the dancer In less timo than which ho frequently rovlslted boing it would tnko to go or a doctor It thero Inst on his oighty sovonth birthstands pre eminent m n remedy for day ho taught muslo from 1840 to 1850 Personally ho wus stnlwnrtnnd broad coughs colds nnd nil kindred diseases shouldered nbout o fcot 7 inohas in hoight with wondrous blnok eyes that A Physician of Uigli Standing ngo novor dimmed Tho hnlr clung tena Hartford McaraM ciously to his sculp nud with his long It is announced that Dr T W Inrd drooping inustnoho wns until n few ner of Mndisonvillo will euceed Dr years ngo coal black in color nnd of silky Letcher ns Superintendent of the Wost texture Ho did not look to bo ovor 00 ern Asylum nt HnpklnsvlHe No better yean ot ago nnd wns nn etnbodimont cf selection could have been mado from physical vigor till nenr tho ond In his Ilenubllran circles Wo havo a ploasaut youth nud tniddlo ngo ho must havo been slngulnrly hnudsomo man Tho mom remembrance o Dr Gardner and lie a of ory him ti that of a inusloal prodigy wps tho first editor whoso we copy for his compositions fill nine volumes se up in type moro than twenty years AuirJir P HnuTuwicK sgo IIh is a physlcan ot high standing Farmers a man p splendid personal worth and I am in the market or dark boou executive ability and will grace with em bodied old ground ptor tobacco If you inent Qlnesfl the place to which lie has have any bring o a wimple C V Duncan been called Otoverport Ky Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ill enter a plea ot not guilty and appoint a lawyer to deond you You shall have a chance to prove your inno- Â¬ cence I haint agoing tar fool in round with no lawyer I bought that shoat from u feller an thats all thero are to It ed Then I called him tomo and whisper- Â¬ Now horn st Hunk between man aud tmui did you steal that pig Must ntween you and me Jedge No ono else shall kuow a word about it Course I did That there measly Bill Sims owed me 3 for two years an I jlst lifted th shoat ter get even Tho case went to trial The testimo Â¬ ny against Hunk was strong aud I cliarg- ed the Jury as fairly 04 1 over did iu my i iit ii mm Hie nut uiuy ui qiiiuculit Then Hunk came up to me iU y Fe Hushed face aud hanged head soul Jedgo I didnt mean for Wr tell you no lie I thought I flrtl soat -- ff Iwtjtrwaysl didnt tl j Wgsai rs 4 i fc f g THE BRE10KE1NKIDQE1 A IStmWS OUOYKEtPOIiT K pmmfiwmmtim A Gar Load of Nails and Fencing Wire A Car Load of Dry Goods Notions CLOTHING ETC Gar Load of Furniture IslHKJfiHHBlPsMPi This is why we can sell them so cheap We will sell you a bolt of heavy Domestic at 4sc per yard where we charge you 5c per single yard for the same goods For the same reason we can buy goods in car load lots much cheaper then other merchants who buy in less quantities Quantity makes the price in everything If you dont believe it come in and see the goods and get our prices We buy all kinds of Produce Butter Eggs Chickens Corn Lumber and anything the Farmer has to sell We havent any money but lots of goods IB Breckenridge 1m D IE ZBELA iRJD Some Lines Dedicated to the Defeated Candidates in the Recent Repub Â¬ CO Hardinsburg Ky News ud Proprletn 17 1897 T0 BMgt Editori WEDNESDAY MAUOII Uncle Johnathan Discusses the Lata Populist Party He Says It Died of the Itch Office Seeking Itch And All Future Roform Parties Should Take Warning Mr Editor Theroaro 3000000 un- Â¬ employed men in these United Statep The census tells us that an able bodied man employed ten hours can produce 5 worth of wealth per day This shows the enormous less to society of our pres ent social organization Theso 3000000 of men could produco 15000000 worth of wealth per day per week 90000000 of wealth per month 300000000 worth of wealth in homes clothing fuel and food and all things that contribute to supply the wants of man This repre Â¬ sents an annual loss to the people of the United States of 1020000000 This represents in part what God permits us to suffer in conseijuenco of our own folly in keeping eternally at loggerheads over such trivial questions as the tariir and silver Mr Editor just consider for a moment tho fine graded and macadamized high ways these millions of unemployed men might build if employed by Uncle Sam in this work under the direction of capable engineers And how much more de lightful it would be to ride and drive over well paved roads than to go pulling and tugging through our modern mud holes and ditches Think of the pleas ure Mr Editor in mounting a first class wheel and taking a spin over the smooth and even surfaco of such a road as Un cle Sams unemployed would build for us to a picnic or n political gith ering where tho genial Elisha Ash craft is billed for a speech on the iniquities of tho gold standard and the advantages of fusion or where Silver Dick Nevitt is announced to addretstho voters on tho Importance of electing him County Court Clerk for the fourth time and taking subscriptions for your excellent paper Again think of tho many and excellent homes these men might build the cloth- Â¬ ing they could manufacture tho food and fuel produce to feed tho hungry and pro Â¬ tect tho shivering from tho blasts of tiie Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ toward tho past who thinks something ought to be doue by somebody or says he thinks eo bnt who is always ready to oppose any remedy that is suggested Mr Kditor this is an intert sting ques tion Shall tho unemployed be supplied with useful employment or not Shall wo tax ourselves to support them in idle ness or givo tliein employment and let them support themselves and at tho same time add to the wealth of the coin muni ty Or shall we repose either to furnish them work by tho government or to support them out of the public reyenues and let them perish of hunger We have seen the enormous loss to the nation in maintaining a system of government that enforces involuntary Idleness on millions of men wehavo also seen what might be gained by giving these men employment by the property constituted public au- Â¬ thorities We then ought to seo the folly of per- Â¬ petually wasting time and energy over such foolishness as the tariff and silver questions This Beems to me to be self evident All men have a natural right to use their hands and all their bodily faculties in supplying themselves with the necessaries of life Men cannot live without food clothing and shelter and tinse things can be had only by means of labor Therefore the right of men to labor and to tho product of their labor is as clear as sacred as their right to live Any system of government therefore that denies the right of any mau or any number of men to labor that forces them into involuntary idleness is an unjust a murderous system of g lvernment and ought to be abolished That is the kind of government we have in these United States of Monopoly Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TO BE A CENTENARIAN IN JUNE THIS YEAR lican Primary Election The Republican candidates Who got a small votu Aro all contemplating Building a boat And up Salt River They aro determined to necend As far as navigable Water extends Mr Dan Parrish A very popular man tew Spring Goods Advance Styles in Millinery will be displayed in our Show Window to morrow Wc are abreast with the times and solicit your Millinery trade Miss Lennon of Chicago our trimmer is an expert and will be pleased to meet you in this department Wc welcome you to give us a call Hell bo boss Of the whole Sho bang If Jees Eskridge dont pilot I cant see why For ho could steer a boat Straight as a die He could plead with the waves In their fiercest gale He could anchor his boat Without prevail And I think Mr Parnsb While placing your hands You should give Mr Eskridge This job if you can Thero is Mr Jolly He dont like to work So I guess Mr Parrish Will put him in as Clerk There is our friend Mr Sara Pato He will have to servo As mud clerk and mate But be careful Mr Pate How you use your slang Or the rouBters will nab you And to a post you will hang And there is our popular Friend Mr Hook If theres no ladles aboard He will have to cook With Weatherfoid to assist him Which is no more than just Holl be able to serve a meal At the boss request There is Burch and Hawkins Perkins and Day They will all be rousters So they say Now the name of this beat Perhaps youd like to know It will assume the name Of the Republican Joe They will go up Salt river If their pledge thoy keep I wWi NS mm MARKUMS CANNELTON IND t s--a PRICES TALK Docs your HouhC Store or Fence need PAINTING When you get Ready to purchase drop us a postal We buy direct from the manufac- Â¬ turers therefore we can save you money on Paints Ready Mixed Lead Oil Varnishes Brushes for all purposes If V Editor we need n new political organization in these United States a party that will agitate and educate along tho lines of public ownership Such a party should never admit to its ranks compromisers fusionlsts or buyers and sellers of yotes Such men will render abortive important all the honest efforts of sincere reformers Witness the death of tho lato unlamented Populist party Fusionlsts traders schemers tricksters spoilsmen office hunters and all round traffickers in votes killed it The lato Populist party ought to have an inscription placed upon the slab over its grave something like this Mr IIKIIE LIES THE DEFUNCT POPULIST IT DIED OK TIIE ITCH ALL KUTUIIE ItEKOItM ING OKFICE SEEKINO PAKTIE3 PARTY IAMKS U IKKLANO died February 0 1871 He moved to Gallatin county in 1824 and lived near Warsaw until 1851 when he moved to five miles above Harcock county Hawcsvllle on the Ohio river where he still resides at the home of his son T D Ireland He has seven children now living the oldest being seventy and the youngest fifty two years of age Ufa grandchildren numbertwenty nine and he has also twenty nine great- Â¬ grandchildren Though a man of full years he is nevertheless healthy and vigorous and has lost none of Ids men Â¬ tal vigor Louisville Times remember the virtues of her husband the cursed cause of ruin And one day by her orders the Imposing monument above his gravo was erected and around it from apex to granite base the sculp- Â¬ tor had chiselled from the inanimate marble a snako of many coils whose forked tongue over protruding and and stony eyes never closing are a constant warning to all who looh upon it and read thu strange devlco upon the polished surface of the granite base that at labt it biteth like a serpent and stingeth like an adder Â¬ ITCtf TAKE WARN Â¬ Uncle Johnathan CELLULOSE PLANT This handsome old Kentucky gentlo man has nearly attained the remark- Â¬ able age one hundred years and is one of the very f W centenarians who are able to authenticate their claims to having lived n full century In honor of Mr Irelands one hundredth birth Â¬ day his son T D Ireland of Skillman Hancock county an ex Confedeiate who served in the First Kentucky has ar- Â¬ ranged for a celebration James B Ireland was born Juno I five miles 1707 in Scott county Ky east of Georgetown On April 25 1822i he married Miss Sarah Lancaster who A TOMBSTONE WARNING NEVITT a Sole Agents for Green River Whiskey GOUGH BRANDENBURG KY GbSS-SSaSg- - And drown their troubles In tho briny deep They will return in November If they have no wreck And all vote for the Demmys I kind er suspeck OWS Submerged Cylinder Deep Well tjfcowUi srjLDm -i THE 3B-S-Bie- S BIG SPRING u Mr II Meyer is in the city laying in his spring goods The Meade county candidates spoke here Thursday March 11 Miss Zeltua Strother lias returned home after a protracted visit Mr Ben Clarkson Jr was in Flza bethtown on business last Friday Miss Blanche Burkhartof Vine Grove is here the guest of Mits Zlma Strother Dr Jim Lewis has sold his property to Dr Gray and will move back to Tip Top Miss Mary McMeador was in Louie villo a few days latt week with her father Rev J J Smith insisted by two sing Â¬ ers Messrs Pratherand Denton are here carrying on a meeting Messrs John and Guy Meador have opened up a repair shoe and Harness shop Work reasonable The Meade county primary election was held hero last Saturday but this let-Â¬ ter was sent before results were known We now have another telephone line from Btg Spring to Dally Sklllmans where we have connection with Cecilia and Elilabethtown With Brass Upper and Brass lined Low cr Cylinders with latest improved ocuics r saie lor o oy Getting la Shape Main Building Fin ll V4T Tm Â¬ ishedHenry Head Smith Indiana Goes winters cold to The Message A Missouri Woman Had Chiselled on Her Husbands Monument Kansas City Times Glass Valve P iuiW How they might theso unemployed poor if they were employed and their labor rightly directed by the public authorities build and beautify public parks gardens gymnasiums and public libraries to be tho common property of the whole people Then our working people might on joy an afternoon or an occasional day of recreation in tho peo pies parks drinking in the fresh and fragrant breezes and listening to the songs of birds and studying the beautiful works of nature and of att instead of as now spending much enforced idleness in brooding over their hard lot in life and cursing the Institutions of society that force these hardships on them Â¬ We might have large and comfortablo public libraries where the people might assemble in the evunings and read and study tho works of tho great Master in literature and art where new acquaint ances might bo made and friendships formed and tho fraternal spirit quick Â¬ ened Then also think of the sins good roads would sayo our teamsters and farmers from committing Having a line systom of public highways teamsters and farmers would not have to swear at and beat their faithful horses for getting stuck in the mud or stalled In chuck holes rocks or ditches aa happens so often on or rather in our modern roads It would then bo a real pleasure to go drivings Our teams would move with ease and grace with spirit und speed over the even and solid surfaces of tho Few people would then peoples road be obliged to remain away from the pub- Â¬ lic libraries parks or churches on account of our heathenish and outlandish roads Â¬ Â¬ But Mr Editor its certain that some free trader protectionist gold bug silver bug or fuslonist will say this Is impracticable will say that Uncle Sam haali la hands lull now without attempting to famish work for the unemployed But such objections alwajs como from the croaker who always lias his face turned Â¬ V Thursdays Oweusboro Messenger says Mr M W Marsden general manager of tho Marsden Development company left last night for Chicago accompanied by Messrs A O Tagert the chief archi- Â¬ tect and C I Tingley the traveling auditor of the company who have been here a few days taking note of the pro- Â¬ gress of the erection of the mammoth cellulose factory While here Mr Marsden appointed Mr J C liurkholder the local superin Â¬ tendent of the company and transferred Mr Will Smith to the Indiana ware Â¬ house a few miles above OweiiBboro Mr Henry F Head was appointed the Owensboro book keeper for the company and will take charge at ouce Mr Head has recently been engaged in the tobac- Â¬ co business in Henderson All the steel work in the big factory is now in position aud the work of brick- Â¬ laying will commence to day The company is pushing the work vigorously and sparing no expense in equipping the plant with machinery of the highest grade The engines and boilers weie bought Iu addition to the big in Philadelpha Corliss engine there will be a tlfty horse power gas engine used in the depart ment where the grinding of the corn Â¬ stalks is doue Tho company will uso electric lights and electric power also In some of its departments where special care will need to be taken to avoid fire and will generate IU own electricity In an expenditure of its money iu putÂ¬ ting up this plant Owensboro dealers are getting a fair chance to furnish what supplies they can Some time ago Mr Marsden offered Dr J II Hickman the place of manager of the Owensboro branch of the com panys business but he was so situated then that he could not accept it Mr Marsden It is reported has again ollertd the place to Dr Hickman and it may be that he will eventually take It Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Out in Oak Hill Ceraetry the fashion able burying ground of Atchison Mo a marble shaft towers far above its neigh- Â¬ bors It is colossal in sz white as the driven snow delicate in proportion exquisite in design airy and graceful as a spire of the Cathedral of Malin when viewed ftom faraway It is the observ Â¬ ed of all those who visit the beautiful cemetery and who tread its ibwer llned and shadowy avenues and they linger at the granite base to admire tho delicate carving and pardon upon the strange and suggestive inscription chiselled upou its polished surface At last It biteth like a Burpant and Proveibsxxiil stingeth like an adder Â¬ f hose HTACHMT i If lLr- - JJOateJ V fc Jolly Station Ky ALSO DEALERS IN GUSTON Mrs farm IHf MB1 Itobeitson bus moved to her Mies Helen Pollock was visiting in Iryington lost Thuislay MifH Eva Herndon of Irvington is vUItlng at Mrs Munfords 22 This unusual and unique monument markes the grave of a once prominent citizen He was prominent in business prominent in politics prominent in social affairs He was the pt ramifica- Â¬ tion of business intgrity a leader in public enterprises the exemplar of the young men of the community By and by even as some insidious disease taki s pot session of the human body an appe- Â¬ tite for strong drink took possession of this business man this political leader this social Hon this model for young men It came about like this First tho glad New Years happy greeting then the convivial cup at the campfire aud the club then the public reception and the cordial entertainment of the citys honored guest His history is simply the old old story Ho fell from his lofty pedestal from his high estate from heaven to hell Prosperity political standing social influence everything was swept into the great vortex wherein sooner or later are engulfed all that has been or la of him who looketh upon the nine when It is red The man had lived and was dead and burltd and the great world forgetting his faults and futilities remembered only his excellences But the widow She remembered even if she did not Miss Olive Adkisson of Weldon will be Mr NtfTs milliner this spring Chas Patterson of Hart county is on a visit to his uncle It J Patterson Mr Baxter of Irvington spent Tues Â¬ day with his brother Dr A A Baxter Mctsrs Trent and Dave Meyers of Custer visited Miss Clara Loeb Sun Â¬ Buggies Fertilizers Field Seeds Steel and Paper Roofing i Mowers Binders Reapers Binder Twine i day Mrs McCans and Miss Fuilinwelder of I nd v ore guests of Miss Helen Pol Â¬ lock last week Rheumatism Quickly Cured Mrs John Cox returned from Louis- Â¬ After havlug been confined to the ville Wednesday She has been nurs Â¬ house for eleven days and paying out ing her daughter Mrs Ditto who has 25 in doctor bills without benefit Mr been quite ill Frank Dolson of Sault Ste Marie Mich Mr and Mrs G J Net aro in Louis- Â¬ was cured by one bottle of Chamber Â¬ ville buying their spring goods We lains Pain Balm costing 25 cents and will give the dainty fabrics a hearty has not since been troubled with that welcome along with the Jonquils complaint For sale by A It Fisher Our year old Endeavor Society cele- Â¬ Druggist brated Its birthday Wednesday evening OHIO BALTIMORE Thu oiling is the program Hugh llardaway What our Society rut uon TRAINS Uriel History olthY P SC B Aro now running on regular schedule Miss Hera Smith trading Mr Deli over B A 0 8 W Ralls SOUTH-WES-TER- A Threshers Clover Hullers Rubber Belting Pipe aud Fittings Plows Cultivators Corn Drills Paints and Oils f Picture Frames Wall Paper Etc Etc v ville will give a reading here Tuesday evening March 30th He will be at Irvington March 20th and as the two entertainments are of an entirely differ Â¬ ent nature we expect many of our friends to honor us with their presence Why Christian arc not as good looMrg at world Miss Maud Adkisson ly people Mulic Mlsi Etbel Adkisson Continuous Miss BvaCarrigan Our Gifts Prof Hawes elocutionist of Louis- Â¬ Beginning Friday evening March 12 O S W Trains resumed their all B regular schedule over their own track after a marvelous exhibition of engineer- Â¬ ing skill in restoring it to its former mag Â¬ nificent conditlono soon after the water subsided Through and Accommodation Trains are now running as usual without delay of any kind One thing certain Advertising Pays a good spot to put Heres YOUR ANNOUNCEMENTS rj JUsW MiaNs v n Breckehridge News 17 1607 WEDENBDAY MAKOH ORVILLE T SKILLMAN Gives The Roaders of The News An Interesting Account of His Trip To California Wonderful Sights And Strange Ad- Â¬ ventures A Land of Almost Perpetual Sunshine V i Los Anoelis Oai Feb 2G 1807 A ratny day In a land of almost perpetual sunshine creates a helpless feeling in the breast of the tourist and pleasure seeker and compelling him to remain in doors sets him to ruminating over past pleasure and to wishing ho could get at his friends at homo That ho might make them liBtten to his tales of wonderful siglits and strange adventures In lieu of their presence he sometimes pen and has recourse to his facile with vigorous grubbing in the niantansaa like dessert of his mind brings forth reminiscences galore which the readers of his home newspaper sigh over and submit to with beautiful generosity It is the regular order of things and not wishing to alter the plan of the Uni veroo wo like other tourists start the grubbing process and thereby hangs this tale It was on a bright morning in January that we stood waiting at the depot for the train that was to start us on our jour- Â¬ ney All the pretty uirls had assembled to bid us good bye For once in our life we felt popular and the dizzy and intox- Â¬ icating discovery for a time seemed too good to go away from and we almost deÂ¬ cided to stay and enjoy the delightful sensation Iiealizing however that the sensation owed its existence to the fact of tbo going an ay we stood heroically on the platform of the car and saw oui eelf rolled determindly away from so charming a situation In Louisville a brief but very pleasant little stay was made ending in a farewell banquet participated in by bx of us giddy young things who happened quite accidently to be in the city at the same time Next morning at 3 HO the Illinois Central flyer bore us out of the cityjmd we were really launched upon our initial trip to the great West During the day following with eyes and eats on the alert we were properly prepared that is our sails were properly set to catch all the varying bret zes of excitement that are ready to blow with their several de- Â¬ grees of interest at so many times during our runnings about over the country We waited not in vain this time A pretty bit of feminity whom we had been furtively watching for some time flashed a tew bright loo Vs in our direction and We dont presently smiled irresistably believe in resistance so we quickly asked if wo mightnt raise the window for her or lend her a magazine or or any old thing Considering that it was snowing vigor- Â¬ ously she didnt want the window up she was tired reading bIio wanted no old talk thing she would just as leave Ab how nice is traveling A short distance above Jackson Miss we came to a wrecked freight train which detained us five hours Cars were tumbled in fantastic shape s one upon anoth- Â¬ er until by the aid of a little imagination the wreck became truly magnificent Five hours contemplation however eveutually made it seem a trill j dull and we innocently asked a man whether he Oh I thought we should ever get by wretk on so he said whereupon we swooned and were carried in blissful un- Â¬ consciousness into New Orleans No state of lethargy was pcsdble now The horrible cabbble stones of which the Btreets generally of the Ciescent city are made With a rumpity will vouch for that bump bump tbo omnibus rolls one to his headquarters where he is truly glad to arrive leaving behind as he fondly hopes the awful stones and terrible filth be has seen in the streets from the windows of his conveyance He is doomed With the exception to disappointment of tiie new parts of the city where as phaltum is used and those streets de f voted to residences he will find cabbk stones and dirt wherever he goes He concludes his time has come to eat his peck and good naturedly chews away Dessert time comes however when he climbs aboard a St Charles street car and hies him to the residence portion Here is fairyland What beautiful flow Â¬ ers and what comfortable cozy dwellings with their green and flower bedecked sittings What a transformation Is this from his cold and cheerless North It certainly ia refreshing It must not ba understood from above that New Orleans is not Interesting It has been truly said of it that it is the only city in theUnlon that isnt like every other city and it is to be hoped that it will never get so big or so modern that it will lose its distinctive character- Â¬ istics A few of them are its French quarter its old shops its Cathedral and other churches and especially old St Ilogue chapel and Campo Santo The jftlatter being the last resting place of many of the forefathers of the city The chap Â¬ el itself is noted for many authenticated miracles performed ia answer to prayers Upon shelves tad receesea of the inner walk are Ktnaay artlfteial limbs and parts ol the huaa body which have been presented aftor the satnetdoiM rt sto-ratios ol these lest wewbers by the De- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 1 Yi A ity TJCfttkdji SjrWM 4KB atswls wluw the first laHM Jeff VVMfn ffTf VipSJBJtMk ularly on account of its frescoec which are by Canova Tho St Charles and the Pickwick Ho tclsaro modern improvements to tho city where ono can ho extremely comfortable if liis pocket book is fat Crossing Canal street however into the French quarter and walking a block or two down Itoyal street brings one to tho Hotel Itoyal a place of much moro historical interest It was hero that the rich planters of old used to stop in tho palmy days befo do wah and many were tho oiglci pocket games and campaign supperp which con- Â¬ stantly occurred Tho stairway is a study in spiral architecture ascending as it does in continuous graceful circles from We were intently ofllce floor to dome studying this when tho clanging of a gong in the street with continued and curdling activity accompanied by n roar liko a cyclone made our hair rtand on end and rushed us outside to see the fire It was only a modern eleericcar turning itself loose down the littlo narrow French street We ran in again at once to keep the thing from knocking usofT the sidewalk The French Opera stands out in bold relief as tho grandtstplay houBe in the city It is magnificent comfortablo and bos an orchestra of fifty or sixty musi- Â¬ cians We enjoyed the mudc immense- Â¬ ly and laughed heartily at the opera This advisedly because the bill assured us it was comic and tho people present gave us our laughing cue Deeper into the French quarter is the Archbishops Palace and Sc Marys Chap Â¬ el The Palace is said to be tho oldest buildingin Louisiana The French Mar ket is too horrible to mention further than to say it is the finest appetite destroyer imaginable Another old land- Â¬ mark of tills vicinity is the celtbrated Haunted House which has figured in milch literature aneut its day Tis certainly painful to see such an example of the fall of tho Mighty as is indicated by its present signboard which reads The Haunted Exchange and Oyster Saloon Lake Ponthartrain the Coney Island of New Orleans was of course visited together with Bayou St John and the City Park with its collection of magnifi- Â¬ D zens of oher cent old oak trees things of much interest wero seen hut we will never get to California if we dont hurry on so pretty soon we found ourselves skirting the West bank of the Mississippi with its double fringe of ship ping and leaving behind the dark masses of the city Into the great cypress for- Â¬ ests we dash through tunnel like paths with tho follago luxuriating and running riot on every hand The trees are draped in the long silvery Spanish mots while vines twine like interminable serpents and swing from limb to limb At length into the land of the Acadlans which romantic people are responsible for Evangeline Thence by some great sugar plantations and on nnd on until at length comes the great State of Texas Great in a senso of quantity only as seen from the Southern Pacific and in the siz9 and magnificenco of its schools and public buildings Galveston was quite interesting for a time with its salt atmosphere sea brcezss and beech its wharf and jetties and its several magnifi cent residences owned by local million aiis of which Galveston boasts seven or eight The old Alimo at San Antonia is the most interesting sight at this place after which in regular order comes the Mex- Â¬ ican quarter A few things moro and we were again speeding over the great plains of Texas the extent of which seems truly marvelous It requires thirty four hours for the train to cross during which time one sees endless plains and a straight railroad track until he positively sighs for a little hill to go over or around In places the soil seems good but in very many places it seems decidedly craw fishy The most prevalent feeling in re ga d to the State- is one of intense lonli ni si A little bit of fine scenery is on countered along the Rio Grande river At times the waters of the river wash the shelf of stone upon which the track is laid while the great wall of gray rock on the right rises in castellated turrets sometimts projecting in roof like mases that overhang the track Over all shone the silvery radiance of the moon which made of it a picture not scon to be for gotten The Pecos bridge crossing Devils river is a remarkable structure in that It is 2160 feet long and 321 feet high Thenco we sweep into tho plains again and have plains morning noon and night until we positively hunger for something else The crisis is reached at Sierra Dlanco We can stand it no longer wo have a nice lunch Tho elevation here is over 4500 feet The atmosphere is cool light and exceedingly bracing Tbo clearness is remarkable in that one can seo the snow capped mountains of Mexico near ly a hundred miles away After El Paco comes the great dessert Miles and miles of sand which by the way have only to know the application of water to become most prolific gardens This is abundant ly verified by the wonderful growth that surrounds every water station Rolling on through the trackless waster gazing from the rear end of the sleeper we lazily watch the retreating miles of lovely straight track ballasted with nothing but smooth sand Hal What is that I see i Made by a thoe with a Footprints pointed toe I Perbars by a tight patent leather How they appeal to pedestrian athleticism I But no Ambition sterns to bate died We will not walk We arc trayeling on a regular passenger train with tickets in our pockets and not on a special by invitation of a railroad mag Â¬ nate Orof sing Arizona we see the proverbial lonely sentinel of the desert the tall cactus There are also many other vari eties of this bethorned sensitive plant Other growths of the desert are the adobe towns with their Mexican and Indian inhabitants which now become quite At Yuma standing at the numerous depot and squatted in groups here sad there bsrehesded with their long course btssk bhvkugiBg dowa their bscks wsm BMMsm ef Iaiisss rmIs sad fe Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THEl BRBOKEllSRIE5X NRW8 GLOYERPORT KY ityluch in Little forfao The President It male with their trinkets and blankets t was quite warm hero and we had our first taste of the delightful climate so soon to be enjoyed The perfume from orango blossoms permrnted the at mop phere and upon alighting from the train our vision was awarded its first glimpse He and His Mother and Brother of Pacific orange lemon pepper and eucalyptus trees and oilier tropical green and Private Secretary Por- eries with fhwera too numerous to men- Â¬ tor and Mrs Portor tion amid which we were so soon to nvil Occupy a Pew At Salton in Southern California we have pasted to the lowest point in tho bed of what was once an ancient sea The water marks are plainly visible upon SERMON BY BISHOP NEWMAN tho hills showing where for ages its surf line beat upon their granite walls A sea of salt on one side of the track left by Washington March 7 President Mc the receding waters is a spotless area of Kinleys first Sunday in the White snow like whiteurBS that glistens in the House was a quiet one No callers were sun We are here 203 feet below the sea received ami the President bftl an op- Â¬ level California properly begins a few portunity of resting from the fatigues of miles South cast of Banning The earth the week He arose later than usual gradually changes from sand to soil and mucli refreshed from a hard days work within a few miles we are entering a val- Â¬ on Saturday Breakfast was served at 0 ley Irtjd off with checker board precision oclock in orange groves and fruit trees of all At 10 oclock tho President prepared kinds with occasional wheat and grain for church and accompanied by his fields interspersed stretching liko beauti- mother attended services ot the Metro- Â¬ ful carpets of green over the rich rolling politan Methodist Episcopal church cor-Â¬ acres between the towering mountains ner of Four and a Half aud O Street N on either side capped with snow V where President Grant was accus- Â¬ Through the center runs the white line tomed to attend As the Presidents In- Â¬ of the Southern Pacific straight as an ar- tention had been announced the crowd row and as pretty as a piece of masonry was large and the President and his ven- Â¬ On we go into a land brighter and more erable mother had considerable trouble beautiful every moment Into tho midst In reaching the church vestibule of tbose three jewels ot the Santa Ana The President was shown to what is valley Uedlands Riverside and Sau called the Prsldential pew The other Bernardino occupants were his mother Abner Mc The shades of night have settled down Klnley and Private Secretary and Mrs upon us only too soon Wo are left to Porter The It v Dr Johnson the pas- Â¬ ruu through beautiful Pasadena into Los tor formerly of Canada opened the ser- Â¬ Angeles at night and here since we vices by prayer and the Right Kev have no claims upon tho entire space of Bishop Newman of Omaha Neb for- Â¬ the BreckeniiIdqb News which we can merly the pastor of the church when hardly refrain from taking so many Grant was President preached the ser Â¬ things are there to tell we shall have to mon He took his text I have not say farewell and assure our friends that come to call the righteous but sinners the next mornings sun found us very to repentance Good laws good gov- Â¬ OTS very far from homesick ernment knowledge and philanthropy the Bishop said were all good but Seek first the would not be sufficient A Point to Remember Kingdom of Heaven was the first and If you wish to pirifyyour blood you last principle of political ecomony should take a medicine which cures blood When the president left the church by diseases The record of cures by Hoods theC Street entrance tho crowd was so Sarsaparilla proves that this is the best great that the police had to clear the medicine for tho blood ever produced way As President McKinley passed Hood a Sarsaparilla cures the most stub with his mother on his arm the crowd born cases and it is the medicino for you cheered and the President doffed his to take if your blood is impure hat several Urn s Entering the car-Â¬ riage the party diove at once to the Hoods Pills are the best after dinner White House 25 pill aBjist digestion cure headache Mrs McKinley the Presidents wife cents was so fatigued that she could not attend church with her husband AXTEL After returning to the Executive Man son the President remained within a Miss Allies Jarboe is very ill with the doors until after noon when he took short walk with a friend returning from typhoid fever which lie spent the remainder of the day Miss Mary Critchlow is very ill with with the members ot his family fevers at this writing Vice President Hobart and Mis IIo Mrs Dora Hlnton who has been sick bart attended services this morning at is Improving very slowly the Church of the Covenant Tho Kev Secretary of War Farmers are all having there log rollings Hamlin preached and fixing to put in there ciops Alger and Mrs Alger and their daughter Mr Anther Wheatly of Kirk was the were at the New York Avenue Presby terian church aud heard a sermon by the guest of O E Bennett last Sunday Mis Sallie Berry of Glendeauo was Rev Dr Radclffe Sectreory Long and daughter went to All S mis church where visiting relatives here last Sunday Secro the Rev Dr Leavllt preached Mrs Palistine Henlng had a very nice tary McKenna attended St Matthows Â¬ crow of hands at her log rolling last MonCatholic church at which the Rev Fath day er Lee preached Chester Bennett and wife was the guest of Mrs Palistine Hening last Mon- Â¬ From Cripple Creek day After tho bigflre In Cripple Creek I Miss Mary Hoffey went to W T Can took a very severe cold and tried many nons a few days ago to make it her fu- Â¬ remedies without help the cold only be Â¬ ture home coming more settled After using three The youngsters had a very gay time at small bottles of Chainherlainti Cough a dance at Mr James Cannonu last Rmedy both the c mgh and cold left me and In this altitude it takes a meri- Â¬ Tuesday night good Mr Floyd Hlnton seems to be very torious cough remedy to do any G B Hknokkson editor Ddly Adver fond of Mc Daniels neighborhood as he tiser F ir sale by A It Fisher Drug Â¬ rides y very gayly gist Miss Nomie Spencer and Miss Dull Spencer of McDauiels were the guest of Nat Qoodwins Joke with Sullivan Mr B F Hinton last Sunday Chicago Record Miss Rosllan Hotley of this place When Sullivan was in his prime and to make her home went to Louisville was supposed to be the invincible cham- Â¬ with her uncle Wm OConnel pion of the universe he came to Chica Â¬ Nat Good- Â¬ go to play an engagement Cold and Grippe Cure wan playing here at the same lime win Dr Mendenhalls Cold and Grippe Goodwin like every other man with a Cure is guaranteed to cure Colds La drop of sporting blood in his veins ad Â¬ Grippe Headache Neuralgia Aching mired Sullivan He knew hlin very Feverish Conditions Prostration etc well as the great actor and great pugi- Â¬ For the Cough take Dr Mendenhalls list both came from Boston Cough and Consumption Cure For salo Sullivan was standing near a fancy bar Haynes by Short at one of the hotels whon Goodwin en- Â¬ The usual circle of admirers tered were at a safe distance from tho mighty A Complete Succeea warrior admiring him in awe stricken silence Goodwin pretended not to rec ognssj Sullivan He strolled over to the Who is bar and asked in a loud voice that big duffer Thats John h Sullivan slid the bartender Well what do I caro demanded tlm actor and witli that he walked over and brushtd against tho fighter Sullivan glared down at Uordwin and roared Say who are you pushln Oh keep still you big bluff replied 8 at Church Is especially true of Hoods Mils tor no medi Â¬ cino ever contained so great curatWo power In so small space They are a whole medicine chest always ready ways efficient always sat- Isfactoryj present a cold or fever cure all liver Ills sick headache Jaundice constipation etc 23c Tho only rills to take with Hoods Barsanarllla Who any Hoods tl nl- - T ev II III a Pure f Good tv m namuy or leaicai ITOIT WANT Tl Tl 1 HIT 1 TT use jpple JJrandy 35 Â¬ Â¬ In wntah tlmo rr drouf I wish Uo peopled lielsli doy talktn Dont nil an no mo dan clilcki in nquuwkJn I kuuss I knows whnli I is walktn I knows do nof fom sour I does not lovo Ellzy Ilrown I Ruen I known my mini Youd alius not to bring me down Bout ovnhthitiR you flu Ef dene hv ah folks will keop on flllln Yo linld a if nonwnsr un yotts wlllln I bet soni any dxyll bo n klllin Boniewlnli irlong do lino O coge 1 liuys de gal lco cream Whut elio I gwlno to do I knows JcV how de thine nd seem If Id he shot wit you On Sunday jous nt cliuch a shoutln Den all de uuck you spell a iioutin Izo mighty Unhid o all dis doubtln I tell you ouuao Izu truel Paul Luurenco Dunbnr In Century A 81100000 Mnnnoleum Jndgo Gottfried Krucgcr n rioh brewer of Nownrk N J hns ordered a mausoleum to bo put up on his plot in Fairmount cemetery aud n contract with Joseph O Schwald was filed in tho county clerks offlco Tho cost of tho monument is to bo 100000 nud I Dey bottnli hclnh dcy mouf knows 1 loves you thoo on my hcat 1rotcit aint truo to youl I thoo I make a specialty of Fine Apple Brandy guaranteed I use nothing but sound and to be strictly unadulterated ripe fruit My Brandy is all fermented in tubs not in cement cisterns so that mean disagreeable flavor is not detected Desirous of introducing mv goods will make special prices on one to four gallon packages 05 goods 200 per gallon and 07 goods 175 per gallIon I o I All packages securely sealed and shipped on short notice CM SMITH Andyville Ky J 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 arc prepared to do jour work with a guarantee to give satisfaction at exceedingly low prices to your interest to consult us It is HARDIN WILDER Brandenburg Ky according to tho contract it 1b to bo finished May 1 Architect Stnchlin says 34000 is to bo paid for tho mason work nlono The Willard Hotel LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Has Recently Been Converted Into a Modern Palace Halls and entrances are Marble and Tiling of the finest quality 2000 Yardg of Brilliant New Velvet Carpet Adorn the Floors of Bed roomB Parlors and Upper Halls Offices and Dining room Beautifully Deco- Â¬ rated and Brilliantly Lighted Its equipments throughout are withont a suporior in the South rate of charges considered Windfall For the Kaiser Documents recently uuearthed in tho royal archives provo tho emperor of Uermnny to bo owner of tho Schloss Platz Schlossfroihelt which iuoludcs almoet the entire Lustgartcn Tho prop erty was claimed by the city of Berlin aud tho question of ownership hns given rise to much litigation Tho documents just found however put au end to all disputo and gie to tho kaiser a colossal Â¬ fortune Over 10000 have been expended in this recent improvement RATES 2 AND 250 PER DAY NERYELIFE T W Scott Miller Jr Manager Orcot RESTORER psrfcct hcaiin uoranu manliuodTind re nwei all obsta es to marriage tfostoroo mo nenou entire stsm nnd stopi all Ro- tal lotses movos effects of the sins of youth and ex cesses of later years Romovos nil effects of dissipation and repairs nil waste places Curos Insomnia and lent ores refushlng sleep Curos Im potence and restores Â¬ Â¬ Rostoros GOLDEN RULE Independent Tobacco Warehouse CO W B TATE Main LOUISVILLE ICY 1 Southeast Gor of Twelfth Selling Fee Reduced to 150 per hhd and per cent Commission fejM Â¬ RDckport Saw Works Rapalrs Saws of All Kinds diseases CjT i to all parts of thoand restores bnly development full vital power Curos all nnsllns NERVE LIFE Is tho only purely scientific treatment and nlTonls relief from tUe first days use It remous tho cuise and assists nature to effect a euro Cure 111 Â¬ guaranteed Special discount to physicians Our new treatise on Nervous Diseases Manhood its Loss and Recovery mailed 2 cent free In plain sealed wrapper for stamps Mention this paper Vvtpm s Particular attention Riven to repairing large Circular Saw p Hammering and Straightening a Spdclalty Every Saw tested by steam to Send 50c for Trial Treatment and be Convinced NERVE LIFE MEDICAL CO KALAMAZOO MICH Â¬ before it leaves the shop Every Saw warranted Workmanship tho very beet Prices lower than any shop in America Mark your 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SUN Â¬ He Thank heaven Ivo nover disap Â¬ pointed my fathers expectations siuoe tho day I was born She So ho was expecting a girl was he Now York Sunday Journal Mary bought ft bike when blkea Were novel bere below And everywhere that Mr west Upon that biks aheM go Msrr Ha4 ft Utile Btka Goodwin Two or threo of the sp ctatora fainted and others pushed forward to save the actors life Before they could interfere Goodwin was driving tight and left at the big fellow who wai backing away apparently frightened out of his wits Most of the people who had bien look- Â¬ ing on ran for their lives and nevtr camobacktu find out that it was only a Tho First of American NewspaA DANA joke It is said that Goodwin made a prac- Â¬ pedaled It to school ona day To teaoh It vraa be rale And wtiw the children saw that bike It orftiy wade the aeaooL And when from thraco they hurried 0o With all their parent dear Tbey begfed and pleaded till to sash A bike there did appear And now the ashoot I closed and ea The tewna waeaetaned Biks With Mary alt ber retinue Bfee tice to assault Sullivan whenever he eaw him and the big fighter thought it was the funniest thing the comedian ever did Aa efflescious remedy for lung affec- Â¬ tions throat disorders and all bronchial troubles is fouad In Dr Bells This nedlcine has soade many BMryeloas ears sad is ijustly ranked assess the ssest important remedies ol Ship your tobacco to the Wheel TobacÂ¬ co Co tho only tobacco firm that is cooperative Every ouo who ships us five hogBheada becomes n member of the L T Conner Purser D L Penny Muter company aud shares in all future profits Dont bo fooled by agents false promises rebates and big prices Wo chargo lera R II Ballard Matter W 0 NewUll Tuner than ever before our regular fees have been reduced from fifty ceuts to one dol Â¬ STAGGS lar per hogshead to suit the low prices will get tho best Dally except Saturday between Loulullle now being paid Yon attention every hogshead Is handled and Hew AmiUrJam F M E G RAGON TARASCON Editor llyan Matter W A BUhop Tuner TELL CITY The American Constitution the American Idea the American Spirit Those firs las and all the time forever Dally by mall - - Dally and Sunday by mail PD 6ayear 8 a year DobUwaBdUkeandbtke Freight shipped by thlillnedelltered julok r than by rail Trareleri wilt find the itetmen are u iur paiied la equipment and secommodatloni The belt culinary ire employed at cooki and the menu I equal to that of the belt boteli ITS 4th Aienue offloei ITS Ueoera LottllTllle W W HIT B L PENNY ad with tho greatest care and no rejection nnhsa actually necessary We will re Â¬ mit by check or registered letter Ofllce aud sales room SoutUeast cornerof Main and ISih streets Lonlsvllle Ky Mark is yourhojsheads The Sunday Sun the greatest Sunday Newspaper in the world PriM Sc a wp y ly imM 2 a AAeUm THK1UN N V WHEEL TOBAOOOOO AVWUUUOESwy LOUISVILLE KY tbsafe Supt Pre YKt yr t I v r m a J A Vi etjaafe etifcaiftiav M W nrtorifl i4 fi tt i -- jatfcj HV a aftaVBatafeatl laflJaBBBai -- w -- r THR BRROKEXNRIIDQEl NRWS OLOVEtfRPORT Breckenridge News 17 1807 KLY WEDNESDAY MAR01I EIGHT PAGES NOTICE IlatM for innouncementt tn these cotunwi are at lollowi Ciuh Inmltance inettry case Circuit Judge or Attorney Iooo County Office 500 CIRCUIT JUDOK I am a candidate for re election at Circuit Judge of the 9th Judicial Diitricti aubject to the action of I recognlre the Chicago the Democratic party Platform of 180611 the true exponen of Democratic principle T II MillEATII January tit 1897 fc W TIME TABLE soma wht PaiMDjctr Dally arr llardlnihurgllill pm soma Paigenger Dally arr lUrdtnibarg TtSO atn LH - W Wa jsaasasasm hit HARDINSBURG Literary Society Quarterly Court 0 P Jolly Applicant For Post Ufflce Jihn Rupert Insine Mr Gun Goes Off Instantly when you pull the trigger So sickness may come on suddenly But it takes time to load the gun and It takes time to get ready for those exÂ¬ JW lne Y CLOTHING HPOIR J L D Addison was here last week at Â¬ tending court COMMON WE ALT VS ATTOHNEV Prof Roberts and wife went to Meade plosions called diseases Coughs of for re to Iat a candidate Attorneyelection 9th the officeDU county last Saturday colds any attack whatever of the Judicial Coma nwealtha the subject he often means pre ti ct ol Kentucky subject tn the action of the The Literary Society at the B N WEED SC1IBM Duocralc party cedingweakness and poor blood College Is flourishing Arc you getting thin Is lOIl SKNATOIl Mrs U N Miller returned home lait rour appetite poor Are you Saturday from Irvlngton KLISItA ASH osing that snap energy and tirE are nuthorkcd to announcethe fctate Senate VV CRAFT at a candidate for Mrs Frederick returned to her homo vigor that make subject to the action of the Democratic pa tj in Louisville last Saturday Do one thing build Our HardluBburg advertisers are those op your whole system with village Canton A DK5KitTKi who are doing the business SCOTTS EMULSION of Cod liver Oil It is the essence is reported here that Mrs G P great prizs Ught Is on to day The It It does not of nourishment Jolly is an applicent for the post office nauseate does not trouble the of Heres to the Democratic nominees Mrs Prank Haswell and her children stomach And It replaces all old Meade left last week to visit in Daviess county that disease robs you of Wallaco Skilltnan of Cloverport is A book tilling more about H cent The Fifty fifth Congress met in extra here visiting his father R S Sklllman free Ask for it session last Monday BOWKE New York SCOTT J B Whitworth and C Mattlngly are both applicants for the post office at Moonr the great evangelist will hold Garfield 1 meeting in Louisville beginning the GLENDEANE Wm Beard Sr has gone to Eddy ville ilthinst to accept a position as guard in the peno Lippincot axes only JOc at Browns SunscBUiioNs advertising and job tentiary All cases of measles have disappeared work keep rolling into tho News in spite B V Beard Co brought in three good times are car loads of goods last week for their of the hard times The Miss Mary Peyton spent last week at coming to those who work and hustle home spring trade Seven pounds of Arbuckles coffee for Marcus L Kincheloe has been appoint- Â¬ Postmasteu General Gary has given ed administrator of the estate of Stephen 1 at Browns it out that all postmasters fourth class as McCoy deceased Father Gabe was here Monday on paswell as those of Presidential appoint Â¬ toral business John P Haswell went to Owens Sirs ment will be allowed to servo out their boro last week to visit her brother Dr Dempster and wife returned from term of four years Melville Eskridgo Louisville Saturday Jim Matthews of color who has been j Miss Alice Brown spent Sunday with The busiest bodies in all this land are in tho asylum all the winter returned Miss Amanda Deane the hens But for them the circulating Mrs Oille Haynes is visiting Mrs medium in this section would be very home last Saturday If you have an item of news you will Hook of Hardinsburg small A thousand dozen eggs is a small confer a favor on the Hardinsburg editor stock for most any country store Vic Robertson went to Louisville Sat Â¬ by handing it into him urday to return Wednesday The first post office to be filled in Ken Leo Bishop is giving tho store house Knight of Bob McGuilln a knightly tucky by the new Administration is a occupied by A X Kincheloe a fresh the Grip was here Friday night Presidential one This information will coat of paint on the inside Je83 A Moorman Jr leavtB this be received sorrowfully by about four Lightening strueh Frank Jollys barn week for Chicago whore ho will make thousand on the fourth class line last week and killed one of his steers his homo No other damage was done Miss Ola M Shumate was here Fiiday The people of Carson City where the Mrs D S Richard of Union Starwho night on Iter way to Guson Site lias big prize fight is to take place are finding has been visiting her daughter hero been visiting at McDanlels out that it is to bring them something returned home last Saturday John Beauchamp colored has married besides money The town is overrun II L Kurtz bought at commissioners again I never learned the brides name with thugs thieves and the very worst sale last Monday the Dr Kurtz tract of but knew he brought her home to day characters in the country land lying near Webster at 1801 Fred Moorman retuns to his home at Tavern license were granted in the Webster to resume farming this week you have a party with which you If are fighting as a matter of principle why County Court last Monday to 0 C Fred has many friends here and all redo you want to stab one of its candidates Smith Irvington and John Cook Cus- gret his leaving and thus sacrifice the whole You had ter Miss Nannie Fisher was hero much of one of our dearest girls and wl 1 ba sadly Notice Any one desiring to go west last week better go over to thb enemy body and Mr She couldnt get home on ac- Â¬ missed in society and at home can obtain the lowest possible rates by count of high water and a certain young Nottingham is a prosperous merchant of breeches and bo done with it addressing Walter S Clark Hardins- Â¬ man wished a continuance of the ibod Immediately after the Constantino ceremony and many happy congratula- Â¬ NemoV Rambling Thoughts are not burg Ky Moorman Hardaway of Bewleyvilh If you are iatercstod in Sunday School was here Monday night enroute to Rus- tions Mr and Mrs Nottingham took the printed in any other paper in this counÂ¬ ty We have the right to their exclu- work please attend the District Convent- sell ville He is riding through to deliver train for Louisville where they visltod Tito Convention covers the Har a horse recently sold to a gentleman of friends and relatives a few days and then sive publication If you appreciate them ion returned to their future home at Con let your neighbor know where to get dinsburg Magisterial District that town May their future be strewn Tho protracted meeting at West View them This week each Thought is A pleasant little party was given at santlne condensed within the limits of one hun was discontinued on account of the bad Mrs Bettie Moormans Monday night with flowers and their lives be as bright weather Rev Kelly says he may begin The young folks were spending their last as their wedding morn is the wish of dred words friend again about the last of this month evening with Jesse Moorman beforo his a dearest John C Jarboe came up from Clover leaving for Chicago Boss Hanna wired to the Kentucky WEST POINT Legislature from Washington to proceed port last week in company with A B Flcoded low lands kept the train from Skillman and entered as Administrator making all its trips down to Fulls and at once to elect a Republican to the Wo are having quite an epidemic of United States Senate the which was not of the estate of George M Younger Fordsville last week It stayed here measles in our town at pnsent A A Richardson has built up a mag done Goy Bradley indicating that he two nights Conductor Tilford and crew Ten or were very kind to tho Glendeauers giv- Â¬ Wedding bells are chiming will tell was possibly able to run that institution nificent business at Garfield himself Jlanna and Hunter though twelve yeais ago he began there with ing them some rides right into the sea of you all about it in my next have shown themselves to be hard to almost nothing now he carries every- Â¬ waters Bro Miller went to Garnettsville Sun Â¬ thing a man wants in the mercantile handle day to fill his regular appointment LODIBURG line Miss Birdie Bleakly of Tip Top is There will he a District Sunday School spending a few days with Miss Tula Wil- Â¬ Theiie was a call fora meeting of the Convention held at tho Baptist church liams Mrs Tom Payne visited in Cloterport Democratic County Committee at Hnr in this place the fourth Saturday In this Bro J P Jenkins went to Branden- Â¬ dinsburg last Monday hut there was no mouth The meeting will open at 2 last week burg Sunday to fill his regular appoint- Â¬ Mrs F WBaslmm and little daughter quorum present Those present met in oclock p m The public are invited to ment of Sample visited tit II W Bashams a room at the Court house and Chair Â¬ attend last week man Whitworth and Dr Milton Board Mr Harrison lost a very fine horse last There was some talk of an application stated that they desired to tender their J Nick Mercer left last Tuesday for Saturday mornitig It was killed by an to the County Court resignations There not being a quorum being presented his farm at Stuttgart Ark He is quite I C engine last Monday lor a license to sell whisky present no action was taken by the an enthusiastic gentleman while ho re Mr F R Lord of the Ohio Telephone at McDanlels but a heavy remonstrance Committee gretted very much to leave Kentucky Company spent Sunday at home with came from that place and tho license Ho is a his family he kuew where his duty was was not applied for jolly fellow and will be sadly missed by Miss Ida Williams who is attending The Hon Herman A Ilosslock the John Rupert an old man from the genial and clever ex President of the Rock Vale country was brought here the young people of this place Success school at Lynnland College is at home or a few days Tennessee Vieaa Association is favorably last week adjudged a lunatic and was to you Mr Mercer Mr Henry Koch and two daughter mentioned for the position now held by sent to the Lakeland assyium Jailer Bro George Taylor occupied the pulAlma and Nettie of Louisville came pit here Sunday and delivered us two the Hon Vau Leer Polk Consul Gener Â¬ Gus Shellman accompanied him down Saturday to attend tho burial of very able sermons al at Calcutta India Mr McKinley Thero will be a District Sunday School could not appoint a better man for the Convention for the Hardinsburg Magis Â¬ their cousin Miss Flora Smith Miss Llbble Taylor who has been vis Miss Flora Smith a bright young lady place and we hope he will do it The terial district hold at the Baptist church iting friends In Louisville for the past News remembers Mr Hasslocks kind in Hardinsburg the fourth Saturday in living near this place died at her home week bos returned home She had attentions during our stay in Nashville this month beginning at 2 oclock p m Friday morning March 12 Misses Nettle and Nellie Carrico of only been confined to her room n few and to the members of the Kentucky Everybody is invited to be present days And her death was quite a shock Kkron are here for a two weeks visit Press Association in general and how In the Quarterly Court last week Dr to many here Miss Flora did not have the guests of Mrs D S Henry pleasant he made it for us Mr McKinSutton won his suit against M D the advantages of many young ladies for Mr Cam Taylor who was run over by ley will make no mistake if he appoints Pumphrey on a bill for medical atten- Â¬ she knew the value of a mother and a frightened horse in Louisville last Fri Â¬ Mr Hasslock tion to his wife The account of May wished to help her yet while this is day is at home recuperating from the Solbrig against A J Gross was decided true she possessed superior talents to wounds received in the accident Now if we know anything about con- Â¬ in favor of tho defendant Stewart A many who had better advantages and We have for the past two weeks boen ventions and especially Democratic Bro against same defendant was con- Â¬ strove hard to be Intelligent and was surrounded by the high water and our conventions the distinguished body tinued The business before the court meeting with success when death took ouly outlet belug the two railroads But which met at Hardinsburg ten days ago was pretty large aud the session lasted her in its cruel grasp She will be re Â¬ the river is falling rapidly and will soon and put out a ticket was strongly indica- Â¬ nearly all the week membered with a pure spotless name be in its banks again tive of success There were a few per Â¬ There was a Young Ladies Pareonago Rev J 0 Argabright preached her J Lewis Williams our worthy candi Â¬ sonal bickerings and cross firings always and Homo Missionary Society organized funeral Saturday eveuing after which date for State Senate Is at home for a to bo found at such gatherings and at Mrs Withers last Friday with her remains were interred in the family few days We tliiuk tho chances for where the personal friends of candidates seventeen members The o 11 cers elect- Â¬ graveyard Her grave was strewn with Lewis nomination are very good and if are worked up to an unusual fever of ed were as follows President Mrs Tlics the loveliest cut flowers brought by her he is elected will make us a good Repre- Â¬ political excitement but upon the whole Withers Vico Presidents Miss Tida cousins Misses Alma and Nettie Koch it was an evidence that they were not Mercer and Mrs Percy Beard Treasurer of Louisville Tho bereaved family sentative there to kill time It was a representa- Â¬ Miss Alice Baker Corresponding Secre Â¬ Mr J W Williams has enlarged his have the sympathy of tho writer tive body The best men from all sect Â¬ taries Misi Ida May and Miss Ava atom and built an addition to hla hotel Nottingham Dutsciikb ions of the county were there participa- Board Visiting Committee Misses Hal X On adds considerably to the looks of Sunday morning March 7th Miss which ting They tried to put out a ticket that lie Bceler Mattie Breeding Leila Mc place of business Mr Williams is Ida Dutschke of this place and Mr his would win and wo believe they suc- Â¬ Gary and Nellie Hook most enterpiislng young man we George P Nottingham Constantine were the town ceeded Of course we cant take Into united in the holy bonds of matrimony have in our account the heart aches of those who Mrs 8 H Jenkins was called last Fri Â¬ by Rev Duggins Protuply at t oclock daughter Miss Norma to didnt get there We are not able to tell the bridal party entered the parlor amid day see her them how It was just now but this we who is very sick at Lynnland college a few friends and relatives and were much to hear of Miss hope will all be arranged if It isnt done made one Miss Dee Basham and Carl- We regret very already Normas Illness as she Is a special friend Tisnt worth while to treasure ton Dutschke were the attendants CURES The PAIN IN will soon be able these shortcomings In our hearts No ladles wore white the gentlemen of ours We hope she THE BACK All ILLS party can succeed or ever did succeed to resume her studies again tho conventional black The bride DIABBTBS KIDNrS at it The cry has been for the last six was attired In a lovely white albe BLADDER DROrSr this fight must be won If months that troa with rick trimmings of white satin URINAItr GRAVEL you are still of that opinion wheel Into Mis McCans is visiting Lum Smith and silk lace white slippers and gloveB ORGANS BTC ETC line Mrs John Musseltnan la on he sick ahd looked her sweetest While tho groom a conscientious gentlemen was list MUs Eva Herndon is viUiug relatives fully aware of the prize he was winning YEARS SUCCFSS Travel In the Parlor cars on the Texts looked his best Mrs Nottingham is at tho MeGtothlan House dally laercasioif clear-headedne- ss Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ T MEN -ZEsTID BOYS AT TEST Miss Nora Henderson made a flyirg trip to Louisville Friday Miss Bettie Taylor of Rosetta is the guest of Mrs Foster Lyons b A Mr Hendry and little Pauline male a visit to his father Saturday and Sunday Mr Smith and Miss Jen Hardin took dinner with Miss Lillie McGlothian Sun Â¬ day Miss Ada Hanks spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents in Stephens port Anyone wanting a good square piano very cheap address L B McGlothlan Irvington Mrs R B McGlothlan spent Saturday with her sister Mies B Ada Drury in Louisville Miss Pollock and Mrs Fulleuwider from Alton Ind were in town on busi- Â¬ ness Saturday Mrs Drake and little Beula are visit- Â¬ ing her father and other relatives near West Point Miss Ella Hendrick of Long Branch will bo the guest of Miss Nora Hender Â¬ son next Sunday Little Annie Lee Bandy fell from a horse Sunday and received a slight shock but not seriously hurt T N McGlothlan handles everything in the hardware line and farming imple Â¬ ments a specialty call and see him Mrs Gen Swain of New York Mies Sallie Harris aud Mrs Tydlngs of Louit ville are at Col Bate Washingtons There will he preaching at the Methodist church next Friday night Saturday a m Saturday p in Sunday a in and Sunday p in Little Nanuio L e Jolly spent last week in Bewleyville attending the revival services at the Methodist church A glorious meeting Heres a hearty handshake and amcu to you Mrs Griunell Long may you wield your pen in favor of right rather than party faction Quarterly conference at the Methodist church Saturday and Sunday Bro Over ton presiding older will bo present as will also Bro Pato All are cordially in- Â¬ vited Dont forget Dr Haweg will give au elocutionary recital at the Baptist church on the evenlrg of the 20 h Ad mlsston 15 and 25 cunts Everybody specially invited A raro treat is in store for all Â¬ 11 UNPRECEDENTED VALUES -- FOR THOSE WITH FAT AND SCANT PURSES DONT PUT IT OFF SHOES A lot of odds and ends all good values and sizes We are closing out the lot at less thnn half cost All the latest styles at the lowest piices from 65 cts to 200 Special Prices On Groceries Queenswaro and Tinware Beautiful Spring Goods for the Women Our spring stock has arrived and is opened for your inspection Dress goods prints Domestics Ginghams White Goods and Laces When priced you cant help but make a purchase Heres a rare bargain Ginghams at 5 cents and upwards A cozy lino of English suitings at 10 and 15 cents Produce BY ALL Whore are you taking your produce We pay the top market price for country pro duco Catch your hons and bring to us 200 dozen wantod highest market prices - MEANS SEE US J W TEAPP ca Hardinsburg Ky EKRON Hurrah for Noel and Ashcraft Capt Guedry left Sunday night to join his boat for New Orleans Mrs T W McOanand childreu Bend Is visiting Mrs Guedry of WIHTERSflllTHS Little C H U B U Â¬ Irvington 35 Dan Roberts Jr and Lony Williams came up from Hardinsburg Saturday to J8 vote Mr Williams talesman for engiues and machinery was here several day8 last week Z T Cox agent for the L II St L spent Sunday with bis mother near Stephensport Mlaa Llda Haynw of Brandenburg baa returned and will take up her clasB ia moalo this week mm Tr t There are other Pebbles on the Beach immmmmm tioiMi i TEH BLICKENSOERFER Uthltcaw thtot If jou ctni pruiteuM tUy Atypewriter vWble writisg per Gaesaat allgamsat iimwhangblt poBdf nantf tfwll it typ direct printing and Inking Not- wy ww a real tnig 48h six Prloe6 WttTYIMUHAStffflreV mimmiiiwimfiw Awarded Honors mrtYlymimiwr JW w mrmw0miMm T nmwuiiipimijiiiu ff Mfc Ufcm n 4ii wiwiijwipyj fc J - THR BRKGKRNRIDGR NRWS GLOYERPORT KY - Highest i4 4 i Da Worlds Fair The only two living ex Presidents are Bonjaraiti Harrison and Grover Cleve- Â¬ v- - land Miss Lucy Frank of Irvington was tho guest of Mrs Frank Fralrp last week Chas May shipped n car load of hoop poles to New Orleans Lit Thins lay over Given Away These iCectsJli fmmmmmi Useful fHiUffl Books Mr J D Babbage our popular Editor was here last Friday The News Is pop ular with everybody and the Editor is proud of it likes It much better than Â¬ Tutts Pills Cure All Liver Ills Bilious and Intermittent Fevers which prevail in miasmatic dis- Â¬ tricts arc invariably accompan- Â¬ ied by derangements of the Stomach Liver and Bowels i IN THE HOUSE V V KMk r it 4 iUK IV P- Tv i - r l - It 1 5 i I grvw- - r K K - ft iS t t o k t- i-- VVfer u K 8 Wf X V - tho Texas The Republicans of Evansville have nominated a colored man as a candidate for Councilman MissfB Nellie Furrow and Annie New ton were guests of Miss Titia Gilbert Saturday and Sunday Read our many advertisement that MOST PERFECT MADE appear in this issue Give thorn a call A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder Free and mention the News from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterants MIfs Judith Miller a member of tho 40 Years the Standard Light foot is Millinery firm of Miller in Louisville buying her spring stock Breckenridge News Jack TIndle Representative of HanWEDNESDAY MAI10H 17 1897 cock county left Friday for Frankfort He said he was a strong Hunter man For Sale A good farm saddle and BREVITIES LOCAL harness horse Wilhfiell for cash or on time R N Miller Tlardinsburg Caney vlllo Is to have a bank Do you want a permanent position St Patricks Day in the mornin If so wrlto to The with good pay Gibson Garden seeds Gregory Hawks Nursery Co Rochester N Y Seed potatoes Gregory Gibson Charlie Bonier has moved into Mrs Lucy Youngers house Mrs Younger Fresh pickles Gregory Gibon has taken rooms in the old Bank build New wall paper at T F Sawyers ing millinery at cost Mrs H V Dun- Â¬ All Tbos Donahue went to Louisville Sat- Â¬ can urday and returned Sunday with a pair Mrs Jo Culley went to Skillman Sun Â¬ of fine mules He is fixing for a big day crop S Ronoy of Lewiaport was here last Dr James T Owen and James T Skillman returned Friday from New week Three nice rooms to rent apply at this Orleans They had a most enjoyable time ofllcq Rev S G Shelly and Mr JT Daniels Lice curtains 23 tents a pair Home went to Owensboroyisterday to attend Laundry the District Epworth League Con Jliss Evelyn llickswent to Louisville ference Saturday tledium hogs sold in Louisville Mon Â¬ Benedict Beavin went to Owensboro day at 3 05 Cattle were firm with a yesterday good demand at 375 and J for best Garden seeds all kinds at Martins butchers pharmacy Patton Vitrified Brick Co are leading Mr Isaac Whitohouse of Mattingly a barge at the upper wharf with 80000 brick consigned to Milt Cooper Tell is very low City Ind J D Hatnbleton of Henderson came Preaching at the Presbyterian church up Sunday next Sunday morning afll oclock and Good wall paper 2 cents single roll evening at 7 30 Sunday School and T F Sawyor Bible class 03 Hot bread at your residence every day J D Braahear and daughter MUs Iteldel Co Motile living near Addison went to Miss Bertha Mattingly has returned Sample Saturday to spend Sunday with from Henderson his sister Mrs Milt Miller J W 51 uncaster of Henderson was O T Skillman in writing to the Ncns in the city Sunday says Come out and let the- sun shine Clins Galligan Cannelton was in through you and warm up Weed the city Monday like too very much but Mr and Mrs Henry Kay went to Howard who ran a steam Chapin Ilawesvilie Sunday laundry here luve sold the whole outfit Mrs Younger and son James went to to Mr J A W Meyers of Vine Grove They shipptd it to him last Thursday Hawesvlllo Sunday Key Rutledge arrived home Monday Mr Jos T Skillman and Dr J T Owen came home charmed with the from Mt Washington Mr Skillman says you Moorman of Vine Grove was Sunny South Mr can set him down for that trip every In the city last week Major Barry went to Hardinsburc year George Lyddan was atGuston last Sat- Â¬ Monday on business urday with his fine Jack Snowball and For pure white lead paints oil Ac go eight or ten as fine mules as we oversaw to Martins pharmacy Mt Maple stock farm turns out some WV Bowmer and Sam Board went handsome stock to Hardlnsburg Sunday The following is the name of a hand Â¬ Geo H Baker went to Glasgow Junct- Â¬ some little fellow that made his appear- Â¬ ion last week on business ance in the Gusto n neighborhood one Best rootling paint in town warranted day last week Thomas William Jen Â¬ at 0 0 Martins drug store nings Bryan Anderson Mrs Miko Popham and son Austin Walter G May of ths city has a went to Cannellton last Friday position with the Golden Rule dry goods Mies Jolly daughter of Wm Jolly is house Louisville Ho can be found at visiting Miss Florence Lewis the dress goods counter and will be glad Lee Meyer of Hardlnsburg was in the to see any of his friends Go to Irvington the 24 and 25 If city Sunday enroute to Louisville Harry Moorman came up from Owens you need any dental work done at reasonable prices Hardin Wilder of boro Sunday to spend the day Brandenburg will be there on the days Mrs Marion Ryan of Louisville is mentioned prepared to do tho work here with relatives and friends Fon Sale 10000 SchaflVs Colossal Home Laundry will laundry your shirt 1 per 100 or 8 per raspberry plants waists for 10 cents send them in 10000 It is one of the largest most prola with rela Â¬ Miss LaFayette Lallelat lific and finest fltvored berries ever tives at Henderson and EvanBville grown L D Addison Addison Ky 1 M Rgdon of Louisville was in the Geo W Short bos begun to prejare city Monday enroute to Patesvllle his lot below his drug store for the pur- Â¬ M W Mitchell lias erected a bullitin pose of building a one story busimsi board near the Texas depot 50x10 Co an enter Messrs Frankel room When you want pure drugs medicines prising clothing and gents furnishing and chemicals call on 0 0 Martin firm of Louisville will occupy it when Martin Jarboe who has been quite III completed with pneumonia is now improving During the storm of last week the For Sale Extra clean country clover lightning struck Joe Facklers barn near Guuton udJ killed a flue turkey goblcr seed by Addison Dick Addison Ky James Elder of Mooloyville was the something the lightning was never It chaued the gucBt of his cousin Felix Elder last known to do before feathers off one side just as uiceasifit week had been picked Mrs Charles Rtedel of Holt spent Cannelton Telephone Bajs Mr Wal- Â¬ Sunday with her daughter Miss Rosa ter Smart of Cloverport had business in Rtedel Ilawesvilie last Thursday but he came The new courthouse at Leitchfield across to Cannelton to get his dinner at has been received by the building com the Sunlight Hotel This hotel already mittee has a wide reputation Walking hats sailors and a beautiful O Bruuer and Miss Mary Roberts line of trimmed hals at cost Mrs IL V ob union mar were passengers on Wed Â¬ Duncan nesdays West bound train for CannelII Scott Jarvls was up from Hender Â¬ ton where they wero united in the holy son Monday looking after his tobacco bonds of wedlcck They returned the business here samo evening happy as they could bo Wilder dentists Branden Â¬ Hardin The coffee social at Mrs Browns on burg will bo at Irvlugtoa the H and 25 Monday evening was well attended and of this mouth seemed to be enjoyed by all Suveral of Ribbons ribbons fancy or plain go- Â¬ the young ladies furnished delightful ing at cost for the next 30 days at Mrs music while Miss Tompkins gave a very entertaining recitation and responded to II y Duncans The Columbia Circle B V R 0 a hearty encore Mr Jos B Fisher met at the home of Mrs Dr Smith last read a selection from Whltcomb Riley Mr Frank A Yates of Derby Indiana Monday evening Reerva March the 20th or the enter Â¬ and Misa Ida Weiseuberger of this city tainment at the Presbyterian church It were married In the fit Marys church at Derby on the 2nd Inst Father BarÂ¬ promises to 19 good of that plaee preforming the cere Dr S B AdkUeea returned yesterday ron Miss Ida is one of Cloverports from his fathers hoe at Lodlbnrg who raoay nqoet eetlKable young ladies beautiful is gettiug much better accomplished and one who has made a Mrs Vltula Mattingly aad baby of Mr Yates la a teacher sacceas m IlardimburK are vicitiug her pareat man of Derby and la promlaeHtj Mr aad Mm Tboe Lewi aho well qwJIied ai a teacher They Jo Harpele who went away to bare will leave ahwtly for Central Normal kia eye treated arrived here yesterday OollegPt whw Miay will enter school Tky are a gMt 4aal bitter tba protest Mtey will make Derby of Uth eUy tblr tutpya home The Nxws exteuiki Tl A 0 U BA1f41a2 uaIaJ In a ma4 hub iiAu u kka opwtniitl m sad wkea the woeh M mft Wa Mm hat fight CREAM BAKING Â¬ POJtTO Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ being Senator Fon Rhodes will move into the house on Kaat Main opposite Ed Yeakels new home Mrs 0 8 Grinnell will take the cottage vacated by him on Weft Hill next door to Mrs Abram Dittos The birds are singing as cheerily as May time but it always seems as if thoy were trying new notes in early spring to reclaim running 5fmbJ2i Fancy Wjrx the drearover vocal scales made dull what u rr f ii r ivw winter months fffr R m 1 IMft xsJS i SNArtrfinArMn Wll rvv Miss Iono Dowden will bo in Louis ff Inttructlont sCJtorti ville this week to see the spring styles of for making in frtt ttkatmkmArt and millinery Miss lone will return with W- Fancy Work the latest and ia at your service in her Mrs Nella Daggett of Boston has re usual pleasant accommodating manner cently written a book Fancy Work and The IMpullsIs of Meade county have Art Decorations that gives practical In- indorsed Albert S Johnson for State structions for making doiliestablo covcrs Senator Mr Johnson is well informed scatfft tray cloths pin cushions etc etc intelligent up to date young politician with fifty illustrations This book to and tho party could not do better than gether with Successful Home Dyeing to Instruct for him will be sent free to any reader who will Mr and Mis Jesse MalinVine Grove Burlington have been here for a week Jess has addrtss Diamond Dyes Vermont Inclosing a 2 cent stamp taken temporarily D W Lewis place The above liberal offer is made to ad- Â¬ In the bank Dennie has not been well vertise the reliable Diamond Dys and for some time aud is resting up for a to get their book upon home dyeing Into while tho hinds of women who want to dress Service last Sabbath at both churches well by making their old clothing look Bro Pato gave us an excellent sermon like new on hungering and thirsting after right Â¬ The fact that Diamond Dyes have been eousness The Lords Supper was ad Â¬ tho standard home dyes for nearly twen Â¬ ministered with the full beautiful ser- Â¬ ty years and that their sale increas s vice Misses Lena Drury and Pearle from year to year is proof positive tutt Ditto sang Rock of Ages as an offer- Â¬ they have never had an equal tory I understand Bro Phillip Jenkins delivered a good sermon and as usual Miss Enie Bruuer went ts Louisville the singing was fine Monday Mrs Dr Booth of Big Bend died last is the week from the effects of measles Tho A A Richardson Garfield place for all kinds of goods Millinery a baby almost a year old died also Mis specialty A first class milliner Coun- Â¬ Booth was a Mies Needham from Hardin try produco taken in exchange or goods county and a most intellectual woman She was the mother of eleven children foreman of the bridge all living Maggie and Park Booth con- Â¬ Ed McAfee crew on the Texas was brought here tracted the measles here in January with yesterday evening on the work train such fatal results as the above To lose from Hawesville where he and his crew such a mother such a wife is a fearful Ho had attempted to calamity and beyond all human comprewero at work split a block with a foot adze and it slip- Â¬ hension ped inflicting a severe wound jnst above The Brandenburg Normal had a Long Â¬ his ankle fellow commemoration last Friday night Miss Florence Lewis while going down The graces of the poets go together and a a pair of tteps Friday lost her footing knowledge of ones beauties makes us Miss eager to enter the domain of another and fell fracturing her left aukle Lewis is employed as head clerk in the coming in coutact with beautiful thoughts emanating from poetical minds inspires dry ROjds department of Wm Vest Sons store It is regretted by her many melody in the soul and creates a reach- Â¬ friends as she was just recovering from ing after higher ideals and makes one a a sprain that happened to her sometime better man or a better woman Prof Burton is endeavoring to stimulate the ago students ot his College to such aspira Â¬ office a C V Sims has left in our tions handle gourd the larg st of tho kind wo Tue die lias baen cast The Rubicon ever saw It measures 30 inches round has been crrsied and the successful can- Â¬ bowl and is 31 inches long Mr Sims didates have laid their trophies down says if any one can show a bigger giurd while the disappointed ones are consolof the same species he will make the ing themselves that he who fights and person a present of a years subscription runs away will live to fight another day to the News I havo a few juat a few sincere regrets Next Sunday will be mifsionary day over the results One friend especially at the M E Sunday School Friday I would have loved to havo seen died evening he Epworth League will Lave with official harnets on I would have everybody been delighted with a larger majority a literary meeting free invited The second quarterly meeting for some but it is all fair I reckon I will be held tho fourth Saturday and send the reuorts of election as far as I Sunday In this month Regular prayer could get meeting Thursday night It seems to me that word Liberty is an awfully abused term The popular ISWrn R Sanders died last Sunday nigh of stomach trouble at his home He idea is that a man has a right to whatleaves a wife and two daughters Miss ever he wants to do whereas a man has Minnie and Mrs Lorenzo Wells Dur Â¬ no right to do anything that he wants to ing the war he enlisted in the Third do unless ho wants to do just what is Kentucky Cavalry and his comrades say right for him to do Government is a ho was one of the best of Uncle Sams great deal more important to the world soldiers He was buried with G A R than liberty There is really no true honors at tho Fordsville cemetery last liberty possible except under govern- Â¬ ment and any struggle for liberty that Monday Fordsville Star does not include a struggle for good gov Â¬ ernment as well is misdirected Too Hows Thii We ofier One Hundred Dollars Rcjward much liberty in schools too much in for any case of Catarrh that can nit bo churches too much in government Is tho crying eyil of this age There is really cured by Halls Catarrh Cure no hope for a Bchool a community a F J CHENEY CO Props Toledo O church a nation unless true liberty is We tho undersigned have known F J controlled by right government Even Cheney for tho last fifteen years and be- Â¬ indifferent bad government is prefera- Â¬ lieve him perfectly honorable in all bus ble to bad liberty Law is better any way than license If was more iness transactions and financially able to and b tter government there throughout the obligations made by their length and breadth of our laud and less carry out any liberty many evis would cease and firm West Truax Wholesale Druggist Tole- Â¬ more good would abound Walding Kinnan do O Marvim Vote of Meade County Wholesale Druggists Toledo Ohio Following Is the vote cast in last Sat Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internal Â¬ urdays Democratic Plmary held in ly acting directly upon the blood and Meade county mucru surfaces of the system Price For Circuit Clerk 75c per bottle Sold by all Druggists W II CM dough Testimonials free 881 J K Wlllett OR ON issaas lis Mmfc SHI iH i DoctorsSay THE STREET Â¬ The Secret of Health Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The liver is the great driving You need a pair of good comfortable Shoes that fit closely yet free from that cramping sensation Wc have a shoe that is giving general wheel in the mechanism of satisfaction in workmanship style and long wearing man and when it is out of order qualities that commends your special attention the whole system becomes de- Â¬ ranged and disease is the result Tutts Liver Pills Cure all Liver Troubles The Womans Club All those interested in literature will be elad to know the Columbia Circle B V It C at Cloverport Is growing rap Â¬ idly In numbers and enthusiasm If you wish to And the most charming women of any community cultivate the womans club for here they are brought together from a literary standpoint by instincts of culture and intellectuality and by no- Â¬ bility of character and a desire to do good Tho ijuiet homo person who lives in books and is enjoyed only by a circle of a few chosen friends finds there some- Â¬ thing congenial to tho tiute The woman who has a purpose lu life w ho llvts for BelMmprovement and to make others better Is a club member because in com panionship inanytflort there Is always inspiration Slio learns here the privileges of being a woman outside of the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ IN LADIES SHOES Wo want to call your special attention to a new line of Ladies Shoes in Chocolate and Black in all the newest style Toes Easy fitting to the feet Sec them tliis week Â¬ MISSES and CHILDRENS SHOES A neat line for the youug Misses all the shapes in the Fancy Toes stronger ones Come in for the School boy and gill tliis week and let us show you all our new Spring Styles in footwear Our Spring Line of Footwear was never more Stylish never more complete than this seasonCall and See Â¬ domestic circle and while it does not unfit her in tho least for home duties she is moro to herself and the world The womans club is the center of a graceful cultivated noble womanhood and long may it live He a woman I on to duty Itnise the world Irom all thats low Ilace high in the tocial heaven Virtues fair and radiant bow Lend thy Influence to el h rtlon That shall raise our na ure human He a brae wholesouled true woman1 SULZEPS mM ltov I B Timberlake of Salem Ind spent several days with Mr and Mrs It IS Sueh a Pleasure Say the housekeepers to buy GROCERIES where you can always get them fresh and delivered promptly You made a great mistake when you failed to visit our store Every clay brings forth something new It is our sole desire to always show new and good goods in the edible line Call the next time and let us make a few prices Â¬ 0 W Moorman last week How Is Your House DOES IT NEED Â¬ PAINTING Paints for everything thsit needs to be painted Wc have a beautiful stain that makes old Furniture new and hMcs all blemishes GREGORY GTBSON CLOVEUIOltT KY SPRING GOODS Its a Fact That you have to take a Jewelers word for it as to the value of any article you buy from him You couldnt tell a 100 watch from a 125 watch if your life depended upon it But w lion you buy A Â¬ THIS SEASON We have spared no money in this line and our stock is complete to meet your wants Enamel in all shades Buggy paints in all colors Furniture stains in all the latest designs Brushes for all purposes Paints Wall Paper White Wash and Scrub Brushes Sec our line and youll appreciate the many values oflercd ARRIVING A New Line of Clothing Hats Shoes New Mattings Watch or a Ring New Carpets line of phirts Youll still lmvo money in your purso if A nobby Short Haynes you visit us Our grocery Department is al Â¬ ways filled with the choicest ediÂ¬ nmmmptmtmmt uium A TRIAL 18 ALL bles Prompt attention given to mail Serd for samples and orders prices W H Or any article of Jewelry you want to be sure you aro getting something reliable and at the right price Our guarantee backed up by our paat dealings goes with every purchase made from us BOWMER SON KY BRANDENBURG Miss Allie IWd Is visiting in New Al Â¬ For Rapreseatitlro Paul Mllli 8 J Campbell County Judge 8 P Woolfolk F N DHUY 471 699 163 881 397 AJ J J W D Tfcompion Thats Necessary TO GET A Smooth Shave an CLOVERPORT Buying Â¬ kJo Â¬ yeg VH fr bany Mr J D Hardin left Sunday night for Frankfort Miss LIda Hayncs has gone to Ekron to teach music Mrs Brown of Ekron visited Mrs Lizzie Board last week Mrs Ella Snyder of Woodland y is ted Mrs R II Neritt last Saturday Miss Eleanor B Hendrh k was a visi- Â¬ tor of Miss Lillian Rhodes last Sunday P W Grinnell aud James Bonduraut attended church at Highland last Sun Â¬ day Mrs J W Richardson will go to JefÂ¬ ferson county this week to visit Mrs Adyellotte Miss Maydee Pusey had guests from the city last Sunday whose names we did not learn Mr Wm Rhodes has been quite sick but 8 he baa made such a sweeplpg race for Sheriff no doubt he will rally rapidly Mr McKlnley has been to church arid woachoered Mr Cleveland baa been to church and was not cheered one is in the other out Miss Susie Elder has gone to Guslon to take a school and a few mutio pupils Susie has made many friend here who regret her departure Mrs Jefl Ditto la or Ilia sick list suffer Â¬ ing from a painful sore or her foot In that household we find a dalay girl taby looks like lu Utfeer tad you know JuK lawieof Ute beat looking rmr or WMtMaia Ilardlo W Veiieli Clerk J78 766 LEAVE YOUR m m m Furniture 0 Count RH A Neritt Baikett A E Ouedrj Ilayden Mile Conn Attorney Tbos Ilamllten Wlllett P TNoel 431 85 86 Hair Cut and a good clcnnShampoo Can be found at East end of Iron bridge ORDERS W W MIT BREAD j 445 357 53 J nF T Sheriff Once u Customer always one J W D Bland E h Ilagan Count Bupt of Sohooli D W 470 853 676 574 JT L Arnold Alheraft Duron For Ja ler E R Uondurant II II Harrington m U IU M DIllVERtD DAILY Is simply bewildering So many diflercnt prices Every dcalci claims to sell the cheapest but you cant somehow sec it that way when you go around pricing Most dealers say Piicc at other places and then come here but we Â¬ 383 169 337 J 98 76 J0 Buaoklett Tboi Tborniberry deo K Mllei Wm Edmondt Geo Klulnger W It W Price Here First say fit Then Anywhere ffl 49 53 39 316 M 1 i Your System Needs a good Spring Tonic to cleanse out the Impure blood I have a tonic that Is made from tny own select ed formua Thats Just the purely thing you want vegetabU Its streugthing to the system and will give new life to the bood and remove all Impurities Dont wait until you feel bad get a Itottle to day at Â¬ Alienor R T Owlngr W D Dowell deo IIIbm I 0 Oraj Judion Rio 3 K Vafiellf liaatel Tbonpirtn 99 167 131 308 JJ RIEDEL m m III And well take the chances of your coming back again Pictures enlarged in Cra yon and Water Colors Call and sec samples Mail orders given prompt attention M Â¬ i 76 co in HAMMM SON KY CLOVERPORT far Circuit Clerk jr H Wlllatl A J TkompaaH UauHtr Juetfe I P Waalfalk uauHirtoork H hncvim Following are the nominees HsprHltlv OauMir barlf f Aaaaaaar tfUUUUUlUUlUf F A BEAVIN Jallar Tbaa Tharnaharrir W T atwlMra ATMr t K Ei MagM T Naal Chas G Martins Plianmanc Yesterday evening scorned to be the day for the ypung ladles There were TKIIM8 ItEASONABLE twelve la number all in one bunch and were the prettiest and iaot stylish Addreaaall eoBtauBiUaai to OWw group that wm ever seea part Ky Practical Surveyor J J F ki - i o hi j mmmmmem 6 THR BRElOKEiNRIDQEl NEVWB OLOYBRPORT KY THE ST LOUIS WEEK Y TiCE-A-WEE- rob McGregor A TALE OF TENNESSEE CopTftiont 1896 immmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Teddy Barton was always hospitable especially with his employer out of tho Way But tlioso ubout him tho night of tho party were amazed ut tho lavlslmcss witli which ho set out things to oat nud drink particularly to drink Ono round of bottles was not empty beforo fresh ones wore ill their place Thero was nn great company of tho revelers only two man or two from of Teddys chums tho hoop polo region who wcro each in Mr Topmarks debt and Enoch Anuis whom Toddy culled familiarly Noch All theso Teddy kept uproariously going By midnight what with his wit nud whisky they were drunken ripe for nny sort of adventure nil that is savo Annis Ho had grown nioro sober nud dovil snturuiuo apparently with each glass Mr Topmnrk had indeed n faco of Indeed ho said contemptuously aside fury us lio dropped into a chair nud Teddy wns blumo slow in bringiu wiped his forehead witli his hnnd The things to a head But Teddy answered She was too ijtilck for him only with a wink nnd nu cxplosivo gig- - killing ho had grown reckless ns Toddy hand shook nud his breath camo n thought unevenly nsho said through his glo then struck up wildly was affrighted At his words tho old set teeth Cynrvo tint pomumt Cynrvo dot posauinl woman shrank nud shivered moaning Cyarvo nn cook dot jxwHiim chlllunul Well from tho looks er things How moro than over but still ho held her Cyarvo lilm tcr do hturtl oll youll havo ter take that caso nn try fast Then ingeniously ho led tho tnlk to tcr put Youro pisou slow fludiii that thar daughtcr Miss Mugnolyer Tubbs grnn night ridings and raidiugs repeating of Naomi Pickius deceased ho called after n minute pison vaingloriotisly tales caught from his in possession er hor rights Hurry up cr Ill elder brothers of what ho called patAll said Mr Howoll half closing Something cut his speech short n ter rolliu in tho slavo times and Inter eyes Thoy wero too wido awake bullet that hissed nnd sang sharply his with tho Kuklux It must huvo been Dont bring up busiuoss toduy It through tho nir u yard above his head Sny now why not fun nlive ho said seems mndo for idleness try jest er littlo of it Niggers n plonty And somo one n slight girl camo on Oh nuy timo yon plcasol Its your thn run her eyes burning hor faco ns scuttercd nil round tho country uu good business not mine Mr Topmark said men and horses jest goiu ter wnsto nt whito as her frock n short laugh Out of this Begono or I shoot you with languidly nnd Mr Howell laughed sto All fellers that air gamo holo tho too in n half apologetic up tho right hand bGeorgol Every liko thn wild beasts yon nro sho cried fashion as ho said stopping short nud flinging her gun to body was gamo Just wait till ho could Pardon tho correction but if this is got out n fow things Tiio fun should tho shoulder Sho wns so white ho frail not your business it certainly is not so slender young any ono of them could bo had in style yes if it broko tho mine store Topknot Hang Topknotl Who huvo crushed out hor lifo with one hnnd Soy but not n hand was lifted Tho men drivin nt what in tho nation nir yon was ho anyway Besides ho was so lovo Mr Topmark nsked angrily stood still shaking nnd staring whilo crazy ho wouldnt nover know it cf sho ranged herself beside tho old black Mr Howells fnco grew moro than over half tho stock wns taken lot Mono jest tranquil as ho replied crnough whito stutf nu black tor dress woman who leuncd heavily against tho I thought I wus explicit enough solves gavo n low contemptuous Rol tho Kukluxcrs like thoy oughtor bo houso but if I must speak plainer I begiu Yon mean yon know I would go to Fact itd bo tho best sort er joke nu laugh thou went on work ouly upon recoipt of a suitable- ro tho worlds end for you Jack said cf tho olo man dares tor cheep why This is bravo workformon Dangers of the Grip attack Â¬ tainer uud Miss Tubbs says with ad his breath quickening Swcethoart tell him ter go tor Halifax ing a harmless woman nt dend of night The greatest danger from La Grippe is mirable candor sho has not 10 to hor only toll mo I could guess who you nro I will not of its resulting in pneumonia If reason- Â¬ Hush I cannot listen to to such do not want to namocrcaturcs so inef Â¬ name Well what or that Suo fer half able care is used however and Cham- Â¬ Somo half an hour later thero wns n things now Bob said You must fably mean and vilo Bo off nt onco I berlains Cough Remedy taken all dan- Â¬ know I nm asking no service for myself grotesqno procession down tho road nud tell youl Remember this is Roscoo nud you recover Mr Topmark said sulkily Again tho lawyer smiled over tho creek Two nud two tho men I tho mistress of it I would rather dio than do that oven ger will be avoided Among the tons of rode their horses linlf covered with I think I need not toll ono so woll thousands who lmvo used this remedy from you Hoi Yon wont bo long my fino Then who Jack nsked dropping whito cloth Tho riders had black cloths lady Noch shouted ns ho mado for his informed ns yourself ho said silken for lagrippe wo have yet to learn of a that lnw is not nn exact science his hand over hers Rob darling he over tho faco and carried stout stioks horse Tho rest wero already mounted ly nud that in contingent cases one is novor single case having resulted in pneumowont on I nm not sordid enough to from which other cloths black and nud galloping for lifo ncross tho fields muko conditions over helping who- Â¬ white floated nnd flnpped ns they moved They had scattered furiously nlmost nt cortain of not having his trouble for his nia which shows conclusively that this remedy is a certian preventive of that ever you say I must but wont you along Teddy riding in tho rear with tho bullets ping Nocli stopped and pains Confonnd youl Mr Topmark dread disease It will effect a perma Â¬ promiso to seo nnd hear mo somo day Noch gavo n low satisfied whistle faced nbout Ho wns nlono with tho Huh Dont bleevo tho rn alo Kuklnx breatlilcss old woman tho slim scorn- Â¬ growled Ivo dono lot you inter this nent cure in lets time than any other soon Thcro is so much wo must clonr ho ful girl up Until tonight denr I was wild looked any horriblcrn us rollers Why not wring thoir necks an you know you can blocd me All you treatment The 25 and 50 cent sz for Hey thur all cr you Stop yero mad enough almost to think you had said and mako uu end of them His hand lawyers is reglor leeches though as sale by A R Fisher Druggist nt tho creek an git your mouths full er itched to feel woll you as cruother brought yourself to tolorato that bruto that soft throat iu its I thought you would hoar reason Topmark Your dear eyes told mo bet Â¬ grnvel Then tlio devil that owns you grasp Ho had hated mistocrnts nil his toll by listeniu who you nir SO YEARS tor They aro rank traitors to your caint lifo Now lio hated her with u hot per Â¬ Mr Howell roturned with u bow When they wcro nguin in motion Now lots get our bearings so to EXPERIENCE soheme When may I come doarost Do sonal grudgo Noch rodo nt tho head nnd Teddy speak I judge you wish very greatly to please say tomorrow With a lioarso cry brought up tho renr They hnd changed upon her Sho was ho mndo to spring marry tho heiress of Roscoo Rob shivered in spito of tho warm too quiokior him It aint that Topmark broko in dry summer air Sho had lot hor hand faco and wero going straight towaid Sho jet hor back ugninst the wall flung It mought er been at first Befo my lie passivo in his grasp Now sho drow Roscoo When some ono nsked confused her riflo to tho shoulder and fronted ly whero they wero bound and who wns him in tho moon rays it nway and said very low without ono thrill wifo died I did want tho laud but Yon mnst novcr say such things to bo disciplined lioch nnswered with of fenr Her fino nostrils dilated her now TRADE MARKS I understand tho lawyer said nny raoro Jack We wc belong to nn oath Oh woll show you bofo wo oyos flamod with tho primal firo tho el DESION8 toll you But I repeat you wish to marry tho COPYRICHT3 Ac our fathers and mothers emental impulse of Anyone sending a sketch and description mar Then thoy rodo in silenco for ten finger ouhumautrigger wus combat Her heiress of Roscoo You wish too that Thon in n voico wholly ohangod sho qutcklr ascertain free whether an Invention Is ns steady ns tho probably patentable Communications strictly that person shall turn out to bo Miss unfolded his duty Ho must drivo on to minutes or moro Speech was not easy steel Sho half smiled us sho said covconfidential Oldest agency foraecurlng patents thoso disguising pcbblos Rob McGregor but ouly after she lias Moro ering tho heart of her In America We hare a Washington office the bridgo get his mysterious passenger with adversary Patents taken through Munn Co receive boopijui Mrs Topmark nnd carry him duo west ns far nnd fast than ono of tho gung mado to spit them special notice Iu tho How I would liko to kill you if only out and discourse with drnnkeu gravity you wero worth killing ns Timothy nnd Olovcr could safely go SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN TO BE CONTINUED but wus stopped by tho man ut his elbeforo daylight When it was ended Among men Noch Annis beautifully Illustrated largest circulation of bow Presently Noch foil back nnd ard Ho owned n sullen was no cow any sclentlflo Journal weekly terms 13 Ul a Tear sho said imporativoly brutnl bull Specimen copies and II AND 1150 six mouths ou 1atxnts sent free Address Free Fills Put mo down hero No thero is spokowith Teddy in a hushed under dog conrngo crufty nud cruel but cour tono Tho confcrcnco wns brief and nt MUNN CO nothing to bo nfraid of I will not rob ago for all that Send your address to II E Bucklen Yet now ho slunk 301 llroadwny New York Novileuco Ro away muttering as lio set his horso in my protego of another miuuto when tho end Teddy said Co Chicago and get a free sample box member that bovo nil things We jest full ruu each ono may bo so precious of Dr Kings New Life Pills A trial Without a word Jack drew roiu Then wnntor mako tho witch woman swuller That thar gal shos tho dovil or ono will convince you of their merits somo cr her own stuff thon take her ter These whou sho had loft his sido ho sent tho cr his mighty big imps pills are easy in action and are particular- Â¬ tho swamp an leave hor Mayby sbull horses forward at n slapping trot with out oven ono backward look ut tho slim find herself mayby sho wont Thats Iu somo way Rob managed to got tho ly effective in the cure of Constipation nono er our lookout TABLjIEJ For Malaria and shajio nlono in tho moonehino old woman iusido nud stir tho hearth and Sick Headache Tho swnmp Noch cchood It is embers to n lenpiug blazo Then sho Liver troubles they have been proved CHAPTER XVI er good pluco uu convenient Nobody Trains leave Lonisvillo as follows Rob was utterly without fear Sho nover thinks nothin out cr tho com in on found u lamp lighted it nud lookod at invaluable They are guaranteed to bo thought nothing of going nnywhero cf they do sen buzzards n flyiu round Aunt Phemy who sat cowering and perfectly free from every deleterious sub O S W IIAILWAY Ciuclrnatl and the shaking but uttering no sound As Rob stanco and to be purely vegetable They Jiast St Louis and tho West I i ubout tho plantation nt nny hour of day over it turned to her sho pointed eogorly toward do not weaken by their action but by No o No 16 or night Sho walked slowly nloug tho N018 In a littlo while they began to ride Iv Ioulsll tho wuter pail Rob ran uud fetched a giving tone to stomach 3351m 813am 2 5P mill road her head bare her eyes up- Â¬ iu Indian fllo along nu overgrown pnth and bowels great Ar Clncln ali 645am 11 jjam 0 05pm dipper of water which sho drank with Ar Culumlms 11 lua torn raised now to tho twinkling stars now It camo out upon tho brink of tho spring ly invigorate the system Regular size Ar Pittsburg b jua 7 sjam to tho laco of branchy boughs thrust be beforo Aunt Iliomys cabin Thero was i great effort 25c per bottle Sold by A II Fisher Ar Washington 650am Ii 10am Aro you hurt Aunt Phemy Toll mo tween her and tho sky Ar Riltiinore 1 2jpm 7 jouni a littlo clear space set with grass about I Druggist Ar IM adelphla 3 40 pm 10151m It is almost toodelioious tosleep to- Â¬ tho well head and thero thoy saw what Show mo where Rob said bonding Ar New York lajoun 5 55pm night sho said Ar lloston I havo a great mind spurred them to swifter notion Though oloso to tho old womans ear Tho black Miu g 05pm 3 nrpm Katie Alvey Died March 1 1807 Nraln No 16 has eleirant Pullman llufltt Parlor to moon about hero in tho dow for an tho moonshiuo flooded it n leaping flra lips woro ashen and shriveled as by tho Car to Cincinnati and Diawl g ruom bleeper unj touch of n strong corrosivo They tried One rrectcui to our hearts has eo e hour But maybe I had bettor go homo glowed ut tho waters edge It was new dnlngcart Ciiuinnwl to Wathlngton llaillmore to speuk but no sound camo ovor them The sweet voice we lovtd is itlllej 1hiUiielphla and New York without changr Though pappy is safo in Lions guard ly kindled nud fed with dry thorns Bo Tran Nu 18 has chgant Pullmau Pari r Car to savo n faint iunrtioulato husky cry The place made vacant in our home lio may bo wakeful nnd fret for mo foro it with u thorn iu the breast hung Cincinnati and Pullman Diawing room and dining Can never more be filled Can you heur mo Aunt Fhoiny So thinking sho wont quiokly forcars Cincinnati to New York without crange n waxen imago slowly wasting iu tho Odr lather Iu his wisdom called Train No to has sleepers to Cincinnati open at ward stopping so light tho grass hard lient It had been so placed that tho Rob asked her own lips quivering 9 oclock to receive passerge a The boon hit love had given Tlio black woman nodded Jy bent for her tread Tho houso was moon shnilow of it fell iu tho grnvn St Louis Springfield and the West An though rn earth the body lies Can you speak dark and sllout whou sho camo to it posture feot to tlio sunrise head to the Her soul it aaf- in heavtn No so No 16 No 44 Sho shook her hoad big bulk made n shaggy blur of sunset Aunt Phemy stood watching Lv Louisville Lions ijjam 8sjani Ssopiu Miss Katie Alvey daughter of Warren At M louU t4opm Ujuiiii sain whito upon tlio floor of tho long hall breathlessly tho molting uwuy Now g 40pm 9 33am Alvey was plucked from earth by the Ar Springfield Doors at oitiicr end stood wido to tho and again sho muttered strange guttur North Vernon accomodation leaves at 7 IJ a m hand vagrant nir and from tho big squaro al words and caiit fresh thorns upon tho CoXoYVh gle of Uol nnd she has gone to min- dsily Charlestown front room to tho right camo tho sound tiro with the white robed anghs on that except bur day accommodation leaves at 3 30 p in of gentle breathing oven and regular as far off shore whero sin and son ow is at Its tho full cr tho moon tenilght Auio iu suunu 44 navecirganiuaycoacnes Pullman parlor and sleeping caratuSt Lvuls that of a child Itob listened to it a Shos work in tho dead man coujuro an end and parting in no more Her THA1NS AHIUVE minnto then stolo back into tho silver ihos er gun Teddy said his tooth luneral took place onThursday Mach v m u 13 noon 6 40 p m moon rays Sho was tousolyalivo overy chattering Ha would havo ruu away at 4l from her home near Soruho Daviess i From East3 to7 a13 ma ro S3 a o unty fiber strnug to its utmost pitch and onco for all his masking but Nochs Sue was beloved bv all who West 7 a a m is 15 p in 6 40 p m Prom knew her and will be missed by a large sleep out of tho question Sho strayed baud fell over his iu a grip ho dared not City Ticket office southeast corner Fourth and Main streets Depot Seventh and river c r le of friends on to the garden and laid her cheek misunderstnud Ior di tail Information regarding rates time on ogainst the full dew wot roses Sho Its all tho better Wovo caught connecting lines sleeping parlor dlnlrg cats etc Tt Cure A Celtf In Oae Day aKCS tdM plucked a clovo pink too and sot it at her in the act ho said in Teddys ear addnss US IIIIOWN Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets Outrkt Pats St Ticket Agent B Q S V lly her throat Jack Inved the pinks most A horso uoffilicd impatiently Auut 41b and Main Louisville Ky All Druggists refund the money If it fails of all her flowers Aflerwnrd sho nover Phcmy looked up saw the grotesque KLY8 CREAM BAIM If PoelHTeeBre or J M CHKSSHROUOH Apply Into U nostrils General Pasenger Airest Cincinnati Ohio nulled than without recalling that ttummers and with ono sweep of her csnU at Drarguitt by It Is quickly absorbed M to Cure 26c For Sale by JR A Shell or malt I ismpM 10c by malL OH WAKKKL Assistant eric nlglif man Stephersport Ky foot scattered the fire tbeu to Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Tho company broko nn hour Inter Scenting thunder in tlio nir Lawyer Howell pleaded that the night was so flno ho hod rnther wnlk tho milotoTop marks Ho had a foxy sharpness that had mndo plain to him soino part of what was under tho onrds Topmark augry wns ho know oxperimentnlly nn ugly customer Let his wrath expond it solf properly on his own llcsh and blood not an innocent strnngcr seeking diversion and honest profit As tho gnto clicked behind him Mrs Winfold Jmrst out Brother cf you kill mo for it I must say it Oh do promiso mo you wont lot that despisn bio littlo vixen mako n mock of you no more liko sho did tcrnight I thought I should dio I did scoin tho nirs sho put ou Did you nsked Air Topmark with an ugly snarl Sis Sarnli lemmo toll yon this is n mighty bnd timo fcr sniv elin on backbitin I stand tcr what I told you I mean tcr marry that girl in spito cr all tho women in Christendom oben hcrsolf What With folks talkiuns they do An nftor tho way sho acted tomight nobody caint deny nothin that muy bo said of her nn Jack Talbot Airs Winfold began but paused nt sight of her brothers livid face IIo drew a hard breath thon broko out All they says is lies tho damnedest sort You know that yes ns well ns I do The gal is or reglar touch mo not but sho dont need tor bo Tho man dont live that could try tor mako free with her when sho looked nt him as shn can Another thing you hnvo got tcr stop your scandalizin Its good words for her or nono of you wnnter keep friends with me Ill treat hor liko sho win n queen from this timo on Mrs Winfold said spitefully But tho Lord knows I dont seo nothin in her ter set you nn nil you men so crazy after her Ef you git her tho worst wish I mako you ii that yon may not bu sorry of it tho last day you live Thnuky Ill risk it Im of age Mr Topmark snorted I couldnt mako you understand I wont try it that shos one er tho sort thats worth all the pretty women in tho world I caint maku you understand neither how I feel about her but I reckon you do know plain English when yon hear it nu this Ivogot ter say shes my choico cr all tlio world Dont mind mommer Undo Ben Shos n littlo foolish 01 er ui yon know Alico said suavely But Mr Topmark was striding awuy without so much us u good night itob hardly spoko tironliout Tlio thrco luilu drivo to Krcoc When thoy had got half way from tho outer fato to tho house kIio lud a limid hand on Jacks arm sayintr t oftly Stop here plrae I dont ask what yon nro thinking of me Jack I am too suro you huvo not got out of your habit of helping peoplo who cannot helpthem Â¬ Â¬ mssmssmsswm i By the Author On sho wandered to hor mothers grivc a greou mound of dowy myrtle into tho orchards beyond nlmost oat into tho road again then stopped short Her keen oar had caught a most uncom- Â¬ mon sound for tho timo and place It was low but vibrant tho tramp of many hoofs sharply in motion I won der let mo tea what that means Rob said half nloud making swiftly towaid tho houso An sho entered it Lion sat upright with his lioso in uir as though on tho point of howling Rob softly silenced him and caught her riflo from tho rack It was her solo personal extravagance a magnzino gun light and trustworthy Lion watching her crawl ed to her feet giving out little low ap pealing whines yet not offering to uu Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ By Martha McCullock Williams crouch without her word No I Keep guard I Good boy I Guard I Rob said shaking her head and running lightly nwuy Tho dog quivered nil over in his eagerness to follow but lay obe diently on tho floor head to tho wind I do wonder what it can bo Rob repeated Then bIic laughed nloud and nddod I wonder why I wonder when 1 shall certainly soon find out Â¬ ward tier houso But botoro sho hud mndo ihrco steps Noch had gripped her should rs her throat nud was bearing her earthward iu fiiitn of lirr struggles Go savin over his shoulder to Teddy iu Iind her bags nu bottles Woll servo her us sho duos tho rust cr tho world Tlw old womnii writhed nnd moaucd Sho could muko no other outcry They had bonio her to her threshold Sho could hear them rummaging within Then tho grip on her throat wns rcluxed a triflo as n thick honey pusto full of acrid pungent flivors for nil its uncut was thrust within her month Dautio what it is somo or dovil Toddy stufT It itll do I reckon said thickly His teeth wcro chattering Still ho wus wishing hi in self well out of it all even that ho had never em barked in such enterprise though refu sal might huvo cost him Mr Topmarks favor Look fcr snnko pisou Shos got it I know Ivo beared toll sho kills folks sometimes with briers dipped in it Noch said aloud In tho brutal joy of Â¬ Â¬ ujtt tncy thoy hurt you burn tor turo you Rob asked her eyes nguin flaming her hands beginning la clinch Again tho old woman shook hor head Then she stooped picked up nn over Â¬ turned enrthen pot lull of pungent vis cid pasto held it n miuuto townrd Rob then pointed down herown throat t understand Thoy mado you swal- Â¬ low that tho girl said Again tlio old woman nodded Next breath she had thrown tho pot into tho flro whero it hissed and its contents sent up weird groeu nnd yollow flames CHAPTER XVII Lawyer Howoll wns certainly a cool hand Though Mr Topmark awakened him at daylight tho next morning for n confcrcnco that ought to havo set him in n flutter ho camo to breubfnst sleek nud sorono ns over albeit lioll talkod froo ly with Mrs Annis nud her nieco Ho was Iu holiday temper well pleas cd with himself and nil nbout him Though ho fancied himef n bachelor confirmed ho had still itscmihuman do light iu tho young of his species ospo cially when thoy had spotless faces and woro fresh whito pinafores nud had a habit of speech quaintly frank uud diverting Then too thn green couutry charmed him It had such wondorful harmonics of tint nud tono Tho happy bnbblo of water slipping past was music to his oars Tho day is a concroto idyl ho Baid to himself about 11 oclock tipping back his chair so fur ho half Jay nt euso in it It is truly n enso of all savo tho spirit of man is di vino Can Topmark bo such n fool ns to think I do not sco what cards ho thinks ho holds nud how ho menus to play them It 1b nstouishiug his infatuation or rnther it would bo if tho girl wero merely pretty Sho is so very much more ono of tho women men dio for I myself might ho rather haul hit if sho would look at mo ns a human being Sho did not last night I wns merely n now sort of nuimnl about whom sho wus not rvon curious Sho had something on her mind I wonder no I wonder most how my respected host relished tho snub sho gavo him No I um suro I could not afford to lovo her oven with Roscoo secure My wifo must put success beforo everything This girl will never do that Sho will nover do anything indeed that docs not squuro with n sense of honor nlmost fantastic A hard ono to drive she If Mr Topmark thinks otherwise ho is lotting himself in for n very bad half hour IIo is tho shrowdest blunderer Oh hot Here ha comes looking liko tho Â¬ Â¬ THE K If ii y II POST DISPATCH only 50 TIE G COURIER JOURNA 8100 A YEAR Issued Wednesday and Saturday Mornings CENTS A YEAU FREE SILVER PAPER EAT Sound Lungs lone apll of fever jto I had that settled In ray lunn and caused a se vere cough Sly physicians thoufht I would hot recover bat On Fin xv j are kept sound and weak lungs are mode strong by Dr fiiavs n scientific remedy of the most wonderful efficacy iu all lung affections A year Bells X I Thn Post Dispatch Is he Only Metropolitan That Championed the Free Sliver Cause In Advance of the Nominat- Â¬ ing Conveniens It Stands Pat fur Free Silver for Western Men and Measures for tho People Against the Political Bosses Pluto- Â¬ crats Combines Trusts and Corpo- Â¬ Â¬ and noon restored me to health GEO A ALLEN Clear Springs Ky ration Oppres- Â¬ DR BELLS ii You l 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safety which originated and completed the project of tho enpturo of Ticouderoga and Crown Point In May 1779 Mr Root was chosen a delegate to the congress of the Confederacy and continued there until the close of the war in 1783 In 1798 he was appointed Chief Justice of the Superior Court of Connecticut and was requested to deliver nn address of welcome to Washington at Hartford af ter his election to the Presidency Tho Madison County Chapter of which Mrs William Tevis is Regent and Mrs Hel- Â¬ lene Wigant is Historian was organs d about nine months ago and s nt ai del- Â¬ egate to the congress Mrs Bertha Miller Smith Madison county was the homo of Daniel Boone and the scene of many of his struggles Tho first fort in the State was built in this county The first patriotic celebration held since the war on the Fourth of July was carried out under the auspices of the Malison chap- Â¬ ter Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ character rekder In the ountry and especially in the We t and South Special ettentlon will be paid In the WEEKLY POST -- DISPATCH to news of a natlonil chsraoter and It will this be discussed editorially from the point of view of the West and South as contrasted with that of Wall street The campaign for free silver will go on In 1897 and nothing can do so much tohely along the campaign of eduoation as a newspaper ilk the WEEKLY POST DISPATCH This Is ahown In the fact that In Missouri and in everr other locality where the large circulation the gains of Democrat and free silver were of a sweeping Incll rensabb da lng ike jear 1897 The jenr 1817 is golnfe to be brimful of Int r est The no mlng ot the M Klnley Admin- Â¬ istration with a novr Congrei elects up n gold lila form means legislation of a kind ill vtt II Intertit every newspaper that find the WEEKLY II lleglnnlng January 1 1897 the Weekly Conrier Jour al was changed to the Tw ce a Week Courier Journal Publ cation dnys are Wednesday and Saturday The Wednrsdsy paper Kill be devoted to news and political topics will be devoted to The Saturday stories n licollanv pictures poetry etc perf t family paper Each Issue will be six pages or twelve pates a week -- an Inerease ot two psges a week 114 pages or 831 columns a year The p titles of the paper wtll not be chang- Â¬ ed and the battle for pure Democracy and true Democratlo principles will be continued successfully In the future as In the past In spite of the expense Involved In the Improve Â¬ ments noted the price of the TwIce-a-Wte- k Courler Jonrnal will remain the same 100 a year A feature daring the coming yer will be the editorials of Mr Henry Watterson on political and other topics of the day lue Dally Courier Journal year Dally and Sunday I year Sunday alone I year 6 -- 00 300 2 00 TWIOE-A-WEE- K COURIER JOURNAL and the Breckenridge News EACH ONE YEAR The POST DISPATCH deserves the support of all Free Sliver Democrats because ot the great fight It made In the recent campaign for Democratlo principles and the Democatla ticket Henco the tree 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Will be in Clover port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month with Louisville Henderson St Louis RyCo 35TO Casper May Co IND TIME SCHEDULE Taking- Effect - 3 OANNELTON At 61OO oolclE A U Snndaj Dec 27 IS9G Welt Bound IVaint Kail Sound Tram Kxpra Expr Dally Dally 12 12 UVULE MARKET REPORTS 41 Kxprs Kzpra Dally Dally LOUISVILLE KY March 9 18V7 Shippers ahonld mark alt packages plainly with shippers name and post offlce address BUITKR Choice country M 13 Medium Creamery 8 6 30pm O4o 7 25 7 24 7 37 7 4J 8 8 Mall STATIONS Mail 42 41 00am 45 812 8 4S IvUan pUar Kentucky St Wlllowdale 45pm 7 65pm 70 769 8 04 860 9M 9 01 9 25 9 S3 9 41 9 48 1013 I West Point Howard 30 743 11654m 7C4 11 2 741 1143 1137 1130 1122 1113 916 Hock Haven Long llranch Ilrandenburg 63 6 47 641 618 IO Ij2j33S PKATHKHh Prime white goose Mixed Old No 1 duck Hens per lb npring uniCKens per aoi Ducks per lb Qeese per dos fresh xaas II S 40 10 20 10 810 8 24 8 c2 15 15 ail IU S Ol POULTRY a 00 Q7 SO 840 847 o oz 8 0J u fl 9 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Ha jjifrb yMm sever tJkakMM CoU rmmlmmm m KKwUn DHQT11ER8 W Warrva fit ad V durrd UT Nt York City General Paweoger Agest Cincinnati Ohio SssgggZ ftJKmwmtjftK m sa Is just as essential to success In business as your rating with any of the merchan Jile agencies Write us for prices and sample All work guaranteed Brickinridgt Haws r njMM- t - JWfkk - THE1 BRRGKRNRIDGm NHWS GUOYERPORT 1LY Breckenridge News 17 1807 TWO A TRAGIC DEATHS WEDENSDAY MAKOII Pillaging LAWLESSNESS In Crete IN THE CITIES OF CANEA CANDIA AND RETIMO f- - t The Landing of Europoan Troops Is Hourly Expected Foreign Admirals Ask For More Troops Greece Hastening Other Her War Preparations Cretan News Oanea March 15 Pillaging began yesterday at Candin Retimo and at this jlnco and lias coutlnned ovor bIiico Tho bishop of Klco romalns hero though alone in tho hope of being ablo to save tho Metropolitan church from plllago Tho lauding of European troops is ex pected immediately Tho insurgents maintain a ceaseless cannonade at Spin nlonnn Tho foreign admirals have not yet been informed as to tho decision of tho powers on their proposals of a week ago Yesterday thoy telegraphed their rc hpectlre governments asking that de Â¬ tachments of sailors equal in number to thoso already landed at Canea Roti nio Candia and Sitia bo sent immedi- Â¬ ately to reliovo tho present force whoso work is most harassing comprising as it docs tho doublo function of polico and ilrcmcu Tho admirals havo been instructed to confer with tho consulates as to tho best means of proclaiming tho fact that Tar key has granted Creto complcto auton Â¬ omy Tho hopo is entertained that such a mcasnro will help to pacify tho island Great Britain has instructed Colonel Chermsido and Major Bor to remain at Canea A Russian cruiser brings nows that tho insurgents bombarded Kisamo yes torday Tho town was sot on flro in several places Desultory fighting continues around Canea ENGLISH FEELING London lCesIdciitfl Kxprcsa Sympathy For the Cretnim London March IB Between 30000 and 40000 pcoplo crowded tho apÂ¬ AN llitlcemnn Shut mid n Iliitrn rmoni Morn or Uii Hurt BtitMlNOHAM Ala March 15 Two tragic deaths n policeman shot and n tnall riot in which a dozen persons were moro or less hurt constitute tho net re tilts of what occurred insldo of 30 min Â¬ utes on tho South Side yesterday A burglary was committed by Will Hunter a notorious negro Policeman William Pcrdno was detailed on the case and yesterday afternoon he found Hunter und arrested him Hunter drew his pistol and fired striking Perdue n tho jaw indicting dangerous wounds Tho negro made a break for liberty tho officer pursuing and firing as he ran After firing thrco shots tho officer fell from exhaustion his last shot wounded Hunter fatally in tho back It dovelopcd afterward that ono of Perduos shots killed Myrtle Roland a girl who wos playing in an alley two blocks away When tho polico finally took Hunter in charge a mob of negroes followed threatening to rcscno tho wounded pris oner A number of white men soon ap peared on tho scene and a general frco fight ensued between negroes and whites in which fully a dozen persons wero moro or less hurt nnd several ne Â¬ groes budly beaten Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THE SUGAR TRUST TRIUMPHS loulivile Pet WRECK ON THE SOUTHERN Trnln Ilungr Over lnrt of n UliiirHlxty Tret High Rome Ga March 16s A passenger Iae-enf-- er hour Saturday morning on tho approach to tho high bridge of the Southern rail- Â¬ way over tho Etowah river Tho en giuo plunged down a bluff GO feet high into tho river with tho engineer stick ing to his post Tho wreck caught fire and soven cars wero burned Tho injured aro Engineer Jnmos T Pittman left leg brokeu and badly cut and bruised fatal ly hurt Fireman Alfred Kennedy internally injured und bruised fatally Expiess Messenger Polk Culberson leg bauiy laceratea Baggagemastcr Winston painfully bruised passenger John Simpson colored badly braised All those named live in Atlanta Two other passengers whoso names could not bo learned wero slightly in jured Tho trestle 10 foet high crossing the Western and Atlantic railroad track weakened by heavy rains gave way Tho wreck caught flro from the stove in tho baggage car Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ train wreck occurred hero at an early The Dingley sugar schedule line according to the Chicago Tribune been agreed on and it is unolln r dlbtiiat triumph or the Sugar Trust It has been agreed Mint there should bo an additional duty on sugar and a double duty would not have been surprising But tho Dlngleyitea have changed the present rate 40 percent nd valo- Â¬ rem or from 8 miles to 1 cent to a pacific rate of 1 cents a pound The dlfltrence between the present tax on raw Biigar and refined sugar Is one eluhth of a cent that is tho tax on rt fined sugar Is ouo elght of a cent higher than the tax on raw sugar This la a dlrert bounty to thuHugnr Trust as no refined sugar is linpoited It was a bouuty put in by a i or nipt bargain between the Sugar Trust and a certain cotorle of Senators It whs this bounty in the bill which made President Cleveland de- Â¬ nounce it as perfidy and dishonor The country had a right to fxpectthe abolition of this differential duly It is retained and additional perfidy and dishonor are added Certain countries in Europe give an export bounty to sugar manufact- Â¬ urers that Is they tax their own people that England and America may have cheaper sugar To ofT et this bounty that Is to deny to the American consumer the benefit of this generosity the German combine put in a differential duty of one tenth of a cent a pound This was an additional bounty to the Sugar Trust though it did not in any caso equal ouo fourth the export bounty paid by Germany and France But in the Dingley bill the differential against imports from all coun- Â¬ tries paying an export bounty is fixed at xactly the export bounty That If whenever foreign countries increase their bounties on export our law shall incrers the duty on sugar from these countries to the Baine figures exactly This is for the solo benefit of the Sugar Trust It is not for revenue It Is not for protection foreutar groweis for the trust fixs the prices of raw and of r fined sugar But note the difference between the Gorman bill and the new Dingley bill This differential in the present laws on imports from Germany Is one tenth of a cent a pound The new law makes it i qual the bounty paid by tho country from which the sugar comes In Germany the export bounty is estimated at from one half to one cent a pound This differential for the sole purpose of protection to the Sugar Trusts Is therefore from flvo to ten times what it is under the Gorman act Nor Is this all there is an additonal tax of one eighth of a rent on all sugar Imported from countries which do not permit the free Imports of American products to be abolished by the Presidents proclamation when- Â¬ ever that country shall admit American products free Here now is the sugar schedule on raw sugar 15 cents per pound plus one eighth for refined sugar making it 1 025 j plus one eighth for reciprocity purposes making the tax 1 75 plus one half to ono cent on sugar that conips from Germany total 2 75 according to tho German bounty Bad as this existing schedule is the Dingley schedule is infinitely Â¬ fvikvi whose rfilco nnd warehouse Is at 741 West Mala street occupying four story and basement premise a Ox 180 feet in dimensions was inaugurated in 18C7 by II O Armstrong who was succeeded in 1892 by the present company incorpo rated with a capital stock of 76000 Tho stock Includes the most desirable grades and qualities of table and fancy groceries grorers sundries canned goods imported dellcaclcp provisions and every thing In the grocery Hue The com pnnvH trade extends to all parte of Ken tucky Tennessee Indiana and tho South Mr 1 W McGee the President is a prominent member of the Louisville bar while Mr Morton Armstrong the Secretary and Treasury is a am of Mr the founder II O Armstrong Armstrong for so young a man has a handsome interest in the home having been admitted as a stockholder to a lim Â¬ ited extent as were also the two principal salesmen Mr C P Babbagoand Mr A Bollinger but the business proper Is owned by the late II O Armstrongs widow Mrp Josephine Armstrong who backs its credit up with possibly the largest estate possessed by any ono wom Â¬ an in Kentucky her individual income being between 20000 and tOO0O au nually The credit of the- - American Grocery Company is therefore first class in every particular the house paying cash for everything it buys and buying in quantities to justify discount which It never falls to take advantage of aud thus is enabled to offer Its trade the best inducements as to prices and terms Mr Edward Flocther tho buyer and active manager of the force in the house and his brother Ktnil Floether who has charge of the shipping department have been with the houso since they were boys and aro among tho citys rising young business men One of the most i indent men in the clerical force is Mr Harvey M Wood who was alsi with old house Mr Jim Wheeler the head porter has been with the house for over a quarter of a century and ia highly re Â¬ garded by his employers Â¬ Â¬ WHY NOT TRY J E KEITH SON on your Granite and Marble Â¬ work They buy direct from quarry and manu facture nnd deal in nil kinds of Cemetery work Our prices will be found as low as such work can be sold for by any competitor Ektimaes promptly j iven on application J E KEITH SigjEiSl SON CLOVERPORT KY Attention Farmers Remember we are headquarters for Fnrminrj Implemcnts of all kinds Dont fail to call and see our stock of One and Two horse plows in steel nnd chilled to suit the all si tcs purse of all It will be 1 LIOIJ Money in your Pockets Our old To look through our large stdek store room is filled with EVERYTHING We call especial atten FOR THE FARM tion to IMPROVED FIVE TOOTH 0NEH0RSE CULTIVATORS WITH HORSE HOE ATTACHMENTS The best implement ever used on the farm hav Â¬ ing tried it thoroughly for the last two years on the farm feel at liberty to say it will pay for itself in one season in the extra expense saved for labor Watch our Future Advertisements There is 1 money in them for you JO Jl J ADDISON DICK ADDISON KY 35n worse to secure the votes cf Gorman and Smith of Caflery and McEnery of Louisiana and of certain Senators from the Northwest It is constructed JACKSON AND WALLING Will Governor llrniller Interfere tho Mnmlates of the Law caled sometimes Populists and sometimes silver Republicans With Tho Chicago Tribune says the ijugar Trust has abandoned the fight What it has won is beyond the Of course it has abandoned the fight dream of avarice Down with the Sugar Trust down with the men who thus purchase votes in the Senate by bartering away the revenues of the country The people are to pay a tax of probably two and a half cents a pound on the sugar they consume but one third of the tax is for the direct advan tugi of tho Sugar Trusts Democrats of Kentucky of the South is it not time to get together in defense of the rights of the people TYWH0PITY The Cyclone of Last Week Does siderable Damage to Property a 5 Con- Â¬ Â¬ proaches of Trafalgar square yesterday afternoon to express sympathy with Grccco and Creto and according to tho posters announcing tho meeting to as sist djplpmatists to mako up their Tho gathering was made up of a less respectably dressed plass than tho great Hydo park meeting of a weok ago Tho windows of tho clubs and hotels facing on tho square and tho approaches to it wero filled with spectators Tho Greek colors were worn by a majority of those present and many Greek Hags wero displayed Tho proceedings began at 3 oclock the speakers including Kov Dr John Clifford tho well known Free church minister and tho following members of the houso of commons Michael Davitt E II Pickersgill P A dimming S J O Morton and Have lock Wilson Tho bands and banners with the Tho speakers occupied six patforms resolutions wero similar in protest to thoso adopted at tho Hydo park meeting and in general terms stated that the Greek rep y to tho identical notes of the powers ottered a satisfactory basis of Tho meeting appointed its settlement chairman and tho various speakers as a deputation to present tho resolutions to Lord Salisbury Â¬ imwus C -- -- j i a IP CRETAN PORTS IoTe BLOCKADED Tint Ilunl Agrrriieiit ltvnclieil by tho 1nr AdmlrnU Rom March 15 It is ofllcially an xouueed htro that tho ro ult of the pour parlirs of tho powers is a dofiiiito agroomont not to leply to tho Greek uoto but to ibsao orderj to tho foreign iln Tilockado to establish an immediate of Cretan ports which will probably bo in fall operation within the next 12 hour This agreement is somewhat in tho nnturo of a concession to Russia and Franco Rusia dining tho middle of last weok proi sett with Franco sec Â¬ onding tho piopcsal another joint note tGrvcco insbiiug ou tho withdrawal of tho troops instead of an immediate resort by tho powers to force Rnssias action was iusp rod it is olllcially stated by a certain sympathy for Greece but bo many objictionrf wero raised by each power in turn to this suggestion that tho other course hus finally been agreed upon It is thought that tho simplest way to carry oit tho threat made in tho iden tical noto will bo tho blockading of the Cretan ports and tho landing of forces sufficient to insure tho maintenance of order leaving fatnro actlou as to tho fato of Creto to liter negotiations This was tho view of Russia at tho outsot ACTIVITYAT ATH ENS War Trcnnratloni Hilnir Kept Up and a admirals Â¬ Contllct Expected t 3 of tho powers But tho minister of war Js hastening in every possiblo way the military preparations precisoly as if war wero already do lared Great uuevsiness is caused by tho strained situation on tho frontier Graver advices oro being received from Larissa A dispatch states that 18000 troops have Leon concentrated near Elosaoua Among tho Groek troops on tho fron tier thoro is an increasing desire to try conclusions with the Turks A declara tion of war is awaited with impaticuoe in military circles at Larissa Tho Iortaa Intention The Constantinople March 15 Porto continues to adopt an acquiescent tono in answor to tho roquost of tho powers Replying to tho collective noto of the ambassadors of tho 6th instant tho Porto announces in writing its in tention to concentrate the ut toman Kabblta CatiM Diphtheria troops in Crete iu the fortified towns as Rabbits have caused an epldomio of as the Greek troops havo evacu boou diphtheria in Iowa and it has sproad ated the kiland The forte has aiso sen an identical request to the onvoys of the to Dows Iowa Faljs Jewell Junction powers begging them to expedite the and Aides No lees than a doaen deaths solution of the- - crUls have been reported For the past five years diphtheria has annually broken Formal Ultimatum L ondon March 15 The Daily Ohron out ia tee iwnediate viaiuity of the lale aunoaiioes that a formal ultimatum Tybitha Lutheran church which is Â¬ um been delivered to Greece minouno- - used as a school building A large num iBgtkat Ue blockade of Crete and of ber of raublu have ben Dying under ertaln Greek porta Hot yet named will that building for a long time sad the Some of the physlolans have leaclicd Ike eotwlMioii Veflbt oil Wwlueeday power have deeidetl that unless Greek that the little MBiiuaki have planted the yields or f sb deolMres war on Turkey gerws of tba diwtwe yhle spread severe mhni still smiw pola U wUl b em I uuoiur the ehildttu Tl eliuroh will wMwiy U ployed even to Mm KauM Cjly be iMurtwd aaaritur QseftM M MMM Â¬ Â¬ Athens March 16 Everything ro mains in statu quo pending tho aotiou FitAMCFOitT Ky March 15 Muny falso roports havo been sent out about tho governors action in tho Walling and Jackson cases Lato Friday evening ho filially passed upon Jacksons caso Ho then an refusing to interfere nounced nnd continues to aunouiice that ho will not pass on fallings caso until some time this weok Waitings friends aro greatly iu hopes from tho governors manner that he will respito Walling for 4 a fow days or until Jucksou is hanged and all hopo of any confession from him is dispelled or fulfilled It is possiblo DUKES though not probable that ho will do so Tho governor has been Hooded with Born to the wife of J J Burnett telegrams from all parts of tho country and from all kinds of pcoplo begging March 0 a fino girl him to spare tho lives of these inno Â¬ Martin Jarboo is on the sick list this cent men At tho same time ten mill- Â¬ week Symptoms pneumonia tho United States hopo ion mothers in S B Burnett and wife spent Thursday that ho will refuse to show any lonieucy and givo tho brutal butchers of poor night with Martin Jarboe and wife Pearl Bryan their just deserts Sympa Mrs Aggie Roberts and two children thy expressed for tho mothers of tho spent Thursday with Mrs Harriett Bur- Â¬ condemned wrotches is in no ways equal to that for tho parents of tho poor girl nett Hon R J Tindle left Friday to be who now lies headless in a Greencnstle cemetery present at the opening of the called sea SHOOTING AFFRAY sion of the Legislature Mrs Emma Isom and baby Arthur A rollcemin Shot uyaTongh Who In Turn Sleets Death spent Friday and Friday night with her SatHorKiNBViLiE Ky March 15 sister Mrs Ollie Johnson urday at 0 30 oclock Policoman Henry That patent cistern water the boys Tayne was shot and instantly killed by drank at the house raising Thursday Walter Merritt a tough and curbstone to on the mind of some in gambler who was in turn killed by seemed sour stead of the stomach Policemen Moorman and Cravens Mr Tom Hale Republican candidate Merritt was drinking and had been disorderly all tho evening Tayue went for County Clerk was here last week to him and politely told him that if he mixing among friends He has the name did not go homo quietly ho would have of being a perfect gentleman to arrest him Tayne had both hands Rev S J Ritchey being sick Sunday in his pants pockets Not contemplat- Â¬ ing danger without warning Merritt with cold and not feeling able to preach jumped back from Tayuo nnd with the Rev Oowlds occupied the pulpit and words Ill fix your clock for you preached a splendid sermon shot tho ball entering tho inner corner Mr Wllmus Downs of Daviess county oyo and ranged upward of Taynos left was here Friday and Saturday to pur- Â¬ through tho brain With his hauds still in his pockets the chase the eaw mlll but we hear that the officer sank to tho ground and expired partita failed to agree on tho price instautiy without uttering a word If tho honor of our nation was in the Merritt turned and fired two shots at tho other two officers botli of whom hands of worthy men there would not shot him ojio ball in tho faco and one be American citizens languishing in in tho heart Ho ran a short distance Spanish prisons and innocent women and exclaimed Im shot fell and died exposed to brutal outrage by heartless instantly Spaniards eit Congreu Organized JJ Rev S J Richey and Washington March 15 Tho caucus of Republican members elect of the Husk of Daviess county brought up Fifty fifth cougross which was held tour loada of plunder Thursday and Saturday night voted by acclamation to moved their families Saturday The renominate Speaker Reed and all the farmers aro glad to see Bro Ritchey ar oillcers of tho last house to Hervo during Tho Blato rive in our midst as we stand in need of tho Fifty fifth cougress chosen is as follows Thomas B Reed a black smith at this season of the year speaker Rev Henry M Coudeu chap The epidemic of double blessednisi lain Aloxandor McDowell clerk Ben that lias invested our community the lat sergeant-at-arm- s W jamin F Russell J Glenn doorkeeper Joseph O Mo three weeks lias not proved so serious as Elroy postmaster thought at first though it ia thought by Young Father MUlutp Madam Rumor that it will make its wel- Â¬ Brunt Ky Maroh 15 It lias de- Â¬ come appearance in the near future again veloped that tho man who was injured for there are some left who have been bv his horso falling with him near Four badly wounded with Cupids arrows Mil6 bridgo is William Hyatt of Ross A cyclone passed a little North of this Ky Ho is still unconscious andchaucos are against his recovery He is about 21 plrc Tu sday evening about 7 oclock years of ago has a young wife who gave tiling considerable damage unroofing birth to their first babo only four days houss and blowing down timber and previous to his accident and it is feared that the shock will prove serious to her fencing The cloud struck Rev Dosha Ho was not intoxicated as flnt rojwrted Bowks house lifting it off of the pillars and partly turning it around the meat lnmpkln Tie fatal Prrrsnuita Maroh 15 Bessie Shaua house was demolished the flew was torn sister down the clock thrown from the mantle hau aged 10 and her Mercella died yesterday evening at their lamps and fruit Jars broken Mr Boulda homo in Abbots Wilkonsburg Flor and three of his children were all of the once aged 0 nnd Hoatrico aged 3 aro the dangerously ill They uro tho children family that were in the house at of Thomas Sliuualmu engineer at the time Mr Bowlds recoived somo injury deaf and dumb asylum in Edgewood from a fall during the time but luckily It is thought they wivo poisoned by eat- none were seriously hurt ing pumpkin pie Â¬ W Â¬ Â¬ son-in-la- A severe cj clone passed through our vicinity Tuesday night about seven oclock aud swept barm stables etc as it went It was about 100 yards wide and a mile long and damaged three farms as far as we know at this writing It first struck the premises of II W Wright damaging It to tho amount of 1500 It blew the roofing off his house and otherwise damaging his farm It next struck Allen Eotes place blowing -down a stable turning over another housi and raised his meat house off its pillars moving it about six foet blew WEBSTER three flues off hia dwelling then stack- Â¬ ing acorn crib crushing it to eattli It But little farming done yet unroofed his stock barn and then struck Some hog cholera reported here Wheat fields are getting green rapid his tobacco barn making a complete wreck of barn farming Implements and ly Abe Skillman attended church hero vehicles Ills orchards and fences were almrst totally destroyed It then struck Sunday Frank Hall stopped off last Saturday Robert Pense still sweeping things as it went It blew down ono barn en to see his folks tlrely and unroofed three others Blew J B Gibson and family visited Dr hla meat house off its foundation and Paiks last Sunday Misses Julia Greenwood and Maggie wrecked hla fencing with other severe damages It then blew down a barn for Carter were here shopping last week Mrs Coopor this being the lest we know Col J M Fitch was here last Saturday taking acknowledgement of a deed of It The total damage in this neighbor hoo 1 is supposed to be as much as 3 Call it prosperity or what you choose but this town is doing an increased busi- 000 Hancock Clarion ness L M Matheny Lai sold his property S to Dr Parks and will move to Louisville Office on 6th St Cannelton Ind shortly Some first ilasi bccksmitli will do Deattitry in all Its Branches p actlced and well to give thia placo Immediate con- all oper Horn performed In the mort skilful manner at prices to cult the Mine sideration Crown and Bridge Work a specialty Teeth Several went from this community to eitracted Poiltlvely Without latn Hardinsburg last Monday to attend the Mont Complete Dental Kooiiin Kurtz land sale In Soiillioru Indiana Several ladies of thta community were tfVVYVVVYlVYYV7Y7YYY5YYtfYVVSVY royally entertained at dinnor at Mrs W Laura Kurtz one day last week Miss Lola Norton a charming young lady of the Freedom neighborhood ia visiting her sister Mrs Tlios McCoy Uncle Pat Lyddan of Washington 1 county is visiting his brother Mike Lyd dan near here Uncle Pat is 85 years old but can ride horse back as well as w w many men of 60 1 1 Retailed at The public roads of this county were probably never In as bad condition be 1 fore as they are now and systematic and 1 Wholesale Prices well directed work should be begun on them as soon as the weather will admit To The Public New Harness Hew Buggies New Horses Is what youll get when you order a rig Prompt services and rates from us reasonable VVl Â¬ HEYSER STADEH CLOVERPORT KY J C BUSH D D Â¬ 1 Nursery jE 12000 3 and Stock 500 I FINE Shoes Â¬ I 1 Apple trees at 200 per 100 4000 No 1 Peach trees at I 4 year old Ben Davis5 B per 100 No order accepted for r than 100 trees Address HIGHLAND NURSERY OLOVERPORT 3 less 3 3 3 KY2 4 s riiiiuumiuiiiuiuuiaiiiuiuiiiiiiimiuij AAAAMAAVAAAAAlAAAsVsy a 5 HOLT Chas Rledel shipped a nice lot of hogs Tuesday Miss Frieda Rledel went to Clovernort Saturday Virgil Hardin went to Hardinsburg on business last Wednesday Morgan Fontaine went to Louisville Sunday with a lot of hogs Mrs Chas Rledel was in Clovernort shopping Friday and Saturday Jesse E Weatherholt 0f Hancock county was in the Bottom Sunday Harrison Do Haven wra in Hardinsburg a few da s last week on legal business Fred DuUchke purchased 1600 feet of tiling from the Cannelton pottery last week Q0 Â¬ 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 LUMBER Your wautacau be supplied Prlcea are rilit BUGGIES WAGONS If You Contemplate Having Any TIN My line la xtonsivo Con- Â¬ sult me before making a pur chaso 5 4 at 2 and One Third Value 3 LADIES 150 Shoes Their Farmers you make a mis take by buying elsnwbere FARMING IMPLEMENTS Â¬ Can furnish anything re- Â¬ quired by a fanner at exceed- Â¬ ingly low figures and I 4 3 3 50 2 and 150 Jake Hanks went to Louisville last Tuesday with his last years crop of toÂ¬ Shoes at One Third Their Value CHILDRENS i At R S Bandy Irvington Ky IRON ROOFING GUTTERS and SPOUTS bacco twelve hogsheads State Senator A J Gross and wife left for Frankfort Friday eyening to enter the txtra session of the State Legislature Shoes of All Prices at One Third Their Value the Law Office of Write for TO TIIH MEMORY OPLITTLB IBA DUkf A littla rosebud coma to dwtll Wllhln cur healt and home Now the one we loved to well Our Title one b gen How ihcrt a lime our dtrling I Inge ed To neU twcetly Inouratmf But Irng trough o galu an utrarce To the love within our hetrtt Rett to iw etlr lilte Ira With the angel up above Cod knowi how we --alia our darling The ttedcr litlle one we love bay b lUwnlug When the lat Aud we climb the golden Heir A tweet Hit angel baba awaltt ui UkI Ira will betfwre One who kevaw W D Holts family will not arrive from California for a few weeks Heres to you that Win will be our next County Judge A Live Grocery Home The Courier Journal has the following to say of a well known enterprising wholesale Grocery house ia which a Olorerpcrt bay has an Interest and Is one of the factors of its success aad to whose energy hard woik and close attea tlon to bueiueM U due la some measure ta the bulldlBg up of its large battues TUe Ceurrer JoHrual says Tu AbuHmh Grocery Cewpaay V G BABBAGE IK HAUDINSUUHQ A Great Sale of Footwear The Price on Every Pair Reduced- You Can Get A Deed Mortgage or any writ Estimates and Frioos W E Lualsf BROWN Shea Dealer All ton iLstlumant drawn Kent buy or sell a plrce of land Collections made and remit- Â¬ tances prompt Copying douo on the Call graph the best type writer in the world Geo Getzendanner CLOVERPORT KY iV VVWVVVVyvvWWVVVYWV grt AisigaMi Notice nnllTyeJ to pro U iWUr ittlfneJ aro dura ha toma bafera mo ia UaraWaurg ifieJ on or Wfem tha i day ei May i8ff MATTHIAS MILLKR AulgM T rnon bavlnir cUnn IRVINOTON KY alnil ht Iha Miateol rOKIALI oq WhU btick oata aad a 14 of1 Una potatset whkh we will taH raaiwaUa or writ ut It ft S IHK3AN If Two mulct pnBlr J tlm HIM M999999999M9Mtt9994 Kf 8 Breckenridge Jn D V 1HEX News snA 3REOKElSRIEQR NE1WS OLOYERPORT KY DepartmentStores their small 0 BsbUge Edltori PropiUtri 1897 WEDNE8DAY MABCH 17 Retiring Admirals VETERAN SEA DOGS WHO WILL SOON BE ON HALF PAY Walkor Ramsoy and Brown Will Com- - Make Way For Ambitious modores Who Aro Awaiting Promotion All the Retiring Officers Sorvod During The War Â¬ Between now nntl June 20 threo of the six rour admirals of tlio United Staled navy will bo retired on nccount of ngu Tho men who w ill thus be rele gated from urtivo duty to retirement on half pay nro John O Wulker Francis M Bamcay and George Brown Their places will bo filled by commodores who havo been anxiously waiting for this advancement for years When tho com modores nro thus moved up they will lenvo vacancies into which captains will step and to on promotions will bo made along down tho lino In tho navy ns perhaps in no other branch of the public service is tho truth of tho old saying Few die and none resign Naval realized so forcibly offlcors are notoriously long lived and it is rarely that they tako ndvantngo of tho regulation which iermits thorn to rctiro on tlireo quirters pay at tho end of 40 years sorvico Most of them wait until tlioy havo reached the ogo limit It may safely bo conjectured that every mail who v ill bo benefited by tho coming retirements lias long ago figured out for himself exactly when tills good fort u no woultl come to him So slow is promotion that nearly all tho oillcors of high rank today entered tho navy before Â¬ few ss Ifjmp JlEAIl ADMIRAL WAIKPH tho war and mobt of thoe wlio do rench tho rank of rear admiral get thero bo luto in life that they have only a few years to serve before they must rotire Jooph K Miller the senior commodore and tho flrfct to bo promoted will only havo a little more tlmn a year to servo boforo ho will reach tho age limit 02 years The office of rear admiral is at prcsont tho highost one attainable in the navy for not since the death of Admiral Por- Â¬ ter has the navy had uu admiral or any ofllcor who holds a place corresponding to that held by Major General Miles of tho army The virtual ruler of tho navy however is the rear admiral who acts as chief of the bureau of navigation Just at present Bear Admiral Bamsay holds this post and wliilo it is ono which gies tho incumbent great power it is in many respects nn unonviablo berth The man w ho fills it is almost certain to bo the most unpopular official in tho navy Bear Admiral Bamsay 1ms not oscaped but ierhni ho is not quite so cordially hated as was his predecessor Bear Admiral Walker who siuco ho has been pit trident of the lighthouse board has regained much of tho popularity which lie while he acted as chief of the bureau of navigation Tho chief of this bureau virtually has control of all the officers and ships of tho navy In the name of the secretary of tho navy he raakts the assignments Now of court there are a few berths in tho navy which nre regarded as especially agreeable When a dozen officers aro after each berth it follows that every time uu assignment is made ono is gratified and the other 1 1 are disgruntled All throe of the retiring rear admirals entered tho navy long before the ciil war Bear Admiral Bamvay entered in 16S0 us it midshipman a grurie that no longor exists in the United States navy During the war of the rtUllinn he uas rupldly advanced because of coiibpiouous Â¬ lt Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ IlEAIIADMinAI IUMSAV s navy as an Annapolis graduate having become a cadet in lbOl Ho served with distinction during tho war uud is beat remembered by tho general public i tho commander of tho squadron of evolution in 1600 Bear Admiral Gcorgo Brown nt pres Â¬ ent commandant of tho Norfolk nnvy yard was ono of tho old time midship Â¬ men and entered tho navy ut tho ugo of IS Daring the war ho roso in rauk until ho li command of a blockading squadron but ho was not inudo n roar udmlrul until lbV8 tt J Bowiuur Â¬ Â¬ miral until threo years ago Hear Admiral Walker entered toon after merit uud readied tho rank ant commander becomlug of lieuten Â¬ commodoro Ho was not mudo rear ad Â¬ tho Tho trained ear can detect sounds Inaudiblo to tho untrained tho trained eyo can bco Into beauties Invlelblo to Copyrighted ordinary mortals the trained hand Wo Accomplishes things luiposslblo to gross How Bheep llko many of uu act Merit talks tho Tho heart trained to Intrinsic valuo of Merchants reflect on neither past nor futtiro there manipulation Every dollar spent in your home store IIoodsBarsaparllla is for us no glorying in deeds done by Interests outside itself looks upon a now adds to the development of the homo against encroachM- Â¬ power to Merit in medtclno means tho the race no realization of our sharo In world Without Interest in others a industries It helps the growth of the cure Hoods Sarsaparitla possesses actual no learning from the narrow life remains narrow with It oven further progress town by helping the growth of the in- Â¬ ENTS and unequalled curatlvo power and thero voico of History no vision of happy a sick room may becomo tho centro of dividual for we are nil more or less foro it has truo merit When you buy dependent upon each other The great peoples yet to bo blessed Sheep take world wldo inflluence Tho shepherd Hoodj Sarsaparitla and tako it according trade centers pay tribute to the big things as they And them men force tending his wandering sheep tho miner Agitation Rocontly Bogun In to directions to purify your blood or Tho stock We nre keeping careful track nature to their will Sheep are content working omld dangers tho farmer euro any of tho many blood diseases you JrV of your wants and constantly adding tho wife at If just merely w ell fed men do not live wrestling with difficulties aro morally certain to receive benefit Chicago Is Spreading Through- Â¬ to the stock to meet them Now dont Tho power to euro is thero You aro not by bread alone Sheep look constantly her unpaid labors all can Hvo transform- Â¬ out the Country and Is fail to give me a call All mnnner of trying an experiment It will mako your at material things men gaze upward ed lives If they feel their tharo in tho produce taken in exchange for goods blood puro rich and nourishing and thus by the shimmering worlds best interests unabashed even drive out tho germs of disease strengthen glories of tho throne of everlasting tho norvoa and build up tho whole system might Let us be men I Whittler describes lifo as a cry Bocoming a Political Issuo Intor- Clifton Mills Ky between tho alienees That Is a lone- Â¬ esting Foaturos of tho Try to cultivate a free mind that will some view of It Your life and mine believe In things not seen in deed not aro links In an endless chain Wo aro Controversy shared In in powers not passed by your- Â¬ tho living expression of the dead who self A tadpoles horizon Is limited by rest from their labors wo aro tho custohis unwholesome puddle but your hori- dians of tho future if so be that wo live Is the best in fact the One Truo Illood Purifier zon Is limited by nothing if you will but How dead tho imagination that cannot Prepared only by C I Hood Co Lowell Mass I Unborn sous and curb selfishness and lie u sentient being understand this Theic Is lunch to be said on both sides For them of the department Nture question mid Hoods Pills The past Is all ours Though often you daughters aro within you your daily lifo Is preparing a gloomy or Chicago people me saying it They aro fi rget it you are a lineal descendant The Conquered Banner What that morn Is to uot only talking but they arc iieting from the earliest ages The great of a glorious morn Perhaps no poem ever touched and every clime are your kinsmen bone of be we you and I Hre predestinating by The same intention i being agitated in human bone and llesh of human llesh our strength or by our weaktuss other paits of thu country and ecn in thrilled tho henrtH of the people of the Canada The legislatures of ut least two South as did The Conquered Banner Find Inteicst outside of yourself enjoy rartfTO the inheritance of great things already But mark you To live Is to turn tho other states besides that of Illinois aro by Father Ityan It canio from the heart HafsMgaHi at presuit considering measures which of thu poet at the time when tho south Â¬ done back on Inaction sloth and real living Likewise are antipodal earnestness are Intended to wipe tho department land stood In grief and in untold sorrow Â¬ full appreciation by our fellows stores out of existence but tho storm Though his faco woro a serious and al Just as learning njdend lnngungo helps and center of the whole disturbance seems to most sad aspect hu dearly loved to gath Human nobodies have bo in Chicago S1SSSSSSSI SW I I H I SK S 1 1 M SW BH9 A K Jim us underMaud Ktiglish eo tho past are Impossible er children about him as ho seldom Interprets the present with its multiform no enemies but ho who goeth forth with In that city tho nut I department store Bpoke to older people Ho always held activities Without such knowledge life noble purposes Is bound to run counter agitation almost nmounts to a popular wero angels that Never beforo has a problem that littlo children Is to us as with unthinking brute bereft to tho legion demons of laziness and uprisiug walked with God and that it Was a priv- Â¬ of clue as to whence or whether The stupidity gluttony and filth who cry which on the faco of it seems so purely ilege for a priest to raise his band and blood of heroes for rightousness and out Leavo us alone what have wo to economic been so generally discussed It is debated in mass meetings it is the give spotless childhood a blessing writes They whoso souls are martyrs to racial duly courses in huu n do with thee topic for everyday discussion tho press Aqulla in Colorado Catholic a many a womans life veins Such knowledge will thrill a to go marching on with armies whose devotes columns daily to it and it is it was several years eg that Aqulla a benediction incolumn marks tho spot No aspiring man into the full stature of manhood footsteps never yet havo echoed must oven taken for tho themo of pulpit disDR MENDENHALLS met with a young lady from tho South where tho priest patriot and poet is Yet the supreme grandeur of living can face contumely If they try to lift human courses by prominent divines Tho de who IMPROVED related to him the following beauti- Â¬ sleeping hut his words still live in the partment store is already on issuo in tho be our only when doing something ity one Inch higher ful and touching incident in tbo poets fit municipal campaign for tho platform of hearts of tho peoplo and tho recard the definite Wo may draw inspiration and tho local Bcpublicou party contains a life respect the high esteem he held for wopride of birthright from the past we Unhappy for tho world is it for a man plank denouncing tho department storo I was then a little Ono Chrietmns men bespeaks the purity of his bouI must live and aet in the present to attain his full ambition Ho ceases and tho Bopublicau majority in tho leg girl says tho young lady I came td Best thee saddest tenderest most his efforts inaction is death Better Isluture seems committod to this policy father Ryan with a book mark a pretty spiritual poet heart that has sought our far to have tho full fruition of effort Tho movoincut originated with tho little scroll of tho Conquered Banner Bunyans muck heap raker Baw no hearts and hreathed in it a music that selfishness in tho essential always just evading tho hand and thus Chicago Business Mens association or and begged him to accept it I can noyer beauties Let there rather tho organization grow but of tho forget how his lips quivered as ho placed the lajwe of years can not still Bleep and of the beckoning to further deeds duties of life and appreciation rest on The visions that camo to tho movement for it was formed tho othor full meaning of life do not abide together be no contentment with one good thing doy when 300 dolegatcs representing as his hand upon my head and said a littlo mind of tho priest as he Walked down serve our race and woishlp done but have each purpose merely many associations and lines of business We cannot kindly remembranco touched him so tho valley of Silence Down the dim Mammon If wo iliuk ourselves with apart of something greater just aa with met and proceeded tumultuously to map Call your little Bisters and I will tell voiceless valley alone aro living on for money bags or if we want to just for the universe made up of numberless out a campaign of extermination After them a story about this picture they are prayers stars all grouped into Bolar systems electing C F Gillmann president ho Do you know my littlo children what they may bring of personal comfort we are condemning ourselves to these included in tho vast aggregation choosing other officers and solcoting a said as wo gathered about his knee that Bucklcns Arnica Salvo loiUlinets and heart aches Money never itself and that in turn pushing onward number of committees tho association people said that tho Conquered Banner Tub Blst Salvk in the worfd for Cuts went to work on an ordinanco to bo pro Is bought a friend and money neve held through space to something yet neither a great poem I never thought so Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt routed to tho city council and a bill to Rheumrife Speedily relieves and cures Coughs one The transforming grace of a true seen nor foretold nor imagined ho continued In that dreamy far ofT way ver Sores bo submitted to tho stato legislature Tetter Chapped Hands Chilitnma Colds Consumptanoncnitis womans love it never purchases It so peculiarly his own a poor wo blains Cornp and all But for tho Chicago pcoplo propose to legis Skin Eruptions Cough Grippe HoarseneswfroSjieg it buys self Becking f Ioverty is no bar to breadth of mind late the big stores out of existence Half man who did not have much education buys eye service and postively cures Piles or no pay re Â¬ Croup and all dlsases of the lun sycophants The house of the heart is or of helpfulness The poor havo always way measures find no favor A radical but whose heart was filled with lovo for quired It is guaranteed to give perfect respiratory organs reform is called for uud nothing else thu South thought so and If it had not empty when suuh till it given proportionately more to each othtr sttisfuctlon or money refunded Prico scorns to meet tho popular approval an nuii no contH been for her this poem would have been 25 cents per box Foil Sale iiy A it than tho rich havo bestowed upon them Tho Illinois houso of representatives s w pittPAneo only by The widows mite Is no solitary instance has adopted a resolution beginning swept out of the houso and burued up Fi slier and I would never have had this pretty in tho world And as for giving whose DR J C M15NI15NHALL Whereas Department stores havo bepleasure is greatest they who give and como a gravo monaco to tho business book mark or this truo story to tell IND THE CHIN AS AN INDEX Oh you aro going to tell us how you are glad to havo money tako tho place and property interests of tho stnta and came to write the Conquered Banner I of fellowship or they who Buffer in havo retarded tho dovolopmcnt and gen Sold by SHORT HATNES Can You Tell a Persons Character by ik iUj order to help Beal giving means shar- Â¬ eral welfaro of tho communities wherein cried all interest and excitement havo destroyed to a danthe Shape of His Lower Jaw Yes1 ho answered and I am going ing Or as tho Master says in Lowells they exist and gerous degreo tho individual occupations to tell you how a woman was the medium poetry of tho citizens and their ability to earn St Louis Clinljue of its publication For tho gift without the jivtr li We Then a shadow pass 0 Who ghn Minsilf with hit alms feeds three ed over his face a dreamy shadow that I have just read Dr Leufs letter on Ilimtelf his hunKcrlni neighbor and me was always thero when he spoko of the Physiognomy in the Medical Council Lost Cause and ho continued and am prompted to say in reply to his Capital Stock 25 000 Do not train your little ones to think I was at Knoxvillo when the news request for contributions on the chin We have numerous Inquiries In re- Â¬ Surplus 7 600 came that Gen Lee had surrendered at gard to S S h in caes of internal that tho main object of life is to pass Protrudiug chins characterize men and B F BEARD President cancers such as cancer of the womb of tho get thero typo Successexpeditiously and silently by tho world Appomattox court house It was night women stomach and bowelt When the dis Â¬ as a foe of grace Wo WILL MILLER Vice President and I was sitting In my room in a house ful peoplo usually carry their chins are here to live ease attacks these organs the doctors M n BEARD Cnhler w hero many of the regiment of which I right where we are and now setting up forward with compressed lips Q thrust generally admit thai it is incurable W DEARD J We make no boast of what S S S will rightousuess and striking down wrong was chaplain were quartered when an This chin if heavy with broad rami and MORRIS ESKRIDUE U Direoton do in such cases as tho following let- Â¬ The religion J old comrade came in and said to me swelling masseters Indicates fighting R M JOLLY justifies a man in tak Â¬ that ters we feel are worth more than vol- Â¬ blood INTERESTPAID ON TIME DEPOSITS All is lost General Leo has surrendered umes of claims that we might make ing all his communal rights peace pro- Â¬ Bead them carefully tection government and in giving no A retreating chin shows luck of force I looked at him I knew by his Bervico In return whitened face that tho news was too true mentally morally and physically usual- Â¬ even deriding the Noitwicn Conn Deo 30 1805 world as lying In the evil one that reli- Â¬ I simply said Leave me and ho went ly of tho yielding sort soon discouraged Tub Swirr Spixiric Co gion Itself is an abhorrent foe to the out of the room 1 bowed my head upon desires protection small executive force Atlanta Go Gentl kmen Will you kindly mail grace of living which Is tho noblest thu table and wept long and bitterly The development df other faculties often me your book on blood poison skin preparation for the grace of dying Then a thousand thoughts came rushing make up for this defect diseases and cancer My mother 70 A small well rounded chin with mo- Â¬ through my brain I could not control to 75 years of age has a cancer In the The True Remedy rectum Two of our best doctors here them That banner was conquered its bile and red cushion of 11 bH upon indi- Â¬ have given her up and say the sooner W M Bepine editor Tiskilwa 111 folds must be furled but its story had to cates apleasure loving owner If dim she dies the better for herself and if DISIIOP SAMUEL FALLOWS Chief bo told Wo wont keep house Wo were very poor my dear pled all tho more so for dimpled chins says she lives long she will die in agony While I do not know that they are without Dr Kings Now Discovery for n livelihood and ending by a declara- little children in the days of the war I beloug to coquettes Peoplo with dim Â¬ wrong In their opinions I am not sat Â¬ Consumption Coughs and Colds Ex tion in favor of regulating controlling looked around for a piece of paper to give ples lovo to bo petted and loved like ad Â¬ isfied with them and believe your THE GREAT or abolishing Mich spires expression to tho thoughts that cried out miration and praise Uonerully fickle 8 S S if it does not cure her will at perimented with many others but never Tho remedy suggested by the bill within me got tho true remedy until wo used Dr All that I could find was a Usually this ehiu is healthy recuperative least relieve her so she will die peacewhich has been prepared is similar to piece I got her started on your Kings New Discovery fully of brown wrapping paper that lay and long lived No other rem 8 S S yesterday and what I want of edy can take its place In our home as in ono which has been prescuted to tho ou tho table about Broad chins signify nobleness and an old pair of shoes Wisconsin legislature It authorizes tho your book is points as to bathing or injecting Will be pleased to bear it we havo a certain and sure cure for city councils of cities of over 100000 that a friend had sent mo I seized this large dignity unless vertically thin Coughs Colds Whooping Cough etc from you soon inhabitants to collect a liccuso from each pieco of paper and wrote The Conquer when if with it thero bo thin lipd of Yours very truly storekeeper Tho various lines of trado ed Banner The first to bring High Prices It is idle to experiment with other rembloodless kind you find cruelty O L CnoscinovE edies even if they are urged on you as aro divided into 73 distinct businesses Then I went to bed leaving these lines Square chins with littlo flush douote Box 161 Norwich Conn down and are keeping just us good as Dr Kings New Discov- Â¬ Tho liccuso fee for engaging in only there upon tho table Tho next morn flriuuess and executive ability These ery They are not as good because this ono business is nominal but it increases lug the regiment was ordered away audi make good haters iu double ratio when more than ono lino NonwicH Conn Feb 0 1600 them down remedy has a record of cures and besides of goods is carried and tho limit is fixed thought no more of thu lines written in Drunkurd8 usually havo a circular lino Tn Swirr tivecirio Co Is guaranteed Oa It never fails to satisfy at ten a license for engaging iu such a such sorrow and such desolation of the about their chins Atlanta Gentlemen When I wrote you Trial bottle freo at A B Fishers Drug business being so high as to be prac spirit on that fateful night What was Cpmpare ourprlces with others Slovens have wrinkles about their part of December my Store the latter tically prohibitive my astonishment a few weeks later to chins mother was according to tho honest Thus far the small retailers and tho see them appear above my name in a Long thin chins aro poetical unstable 22 lbs Standard Granulated Sugar- - 1 00 belief of three physicians on her Notice 8 real estate men are tho most octivo op Louisville paper The poor woman who and delicate In GoodGreonCofleo 100 deathbed she could uot retain either constitution Such peo ponents of the big stores Tho latter are kept Why buy inferior or doubtful brandy food or medicine on her stomach and 1 00 tlie houso in Knoxvillo had gone ple aro subject to bowel derangements 25 yds Best Hooslor Cotton it did not seem reasonable to think when Burcha Pure Apple can be had so not directly affected because tho depart as 05 sho afterwards told me into tho room If thin through the angles of tho moutlr 11C0 yds Fine Brown Sheeting there was anything but death tore ment stores although they carry almost V 05 prs Mens Jeans Pants lined 50 Hevo her The doctors informed us conveniently and so cheap everything else lu stock have not yet wheru I had slept and was about to throw too they are prono to tulwrculosis Ouo Send O O D Price 200 per gallon lot Boys odd Coats sizes she had a cancer in the lower bowel put corner lots flats and tenement build- tho piece of paper into the fire when sho Generally Bhort-liv-and there was no cure for her She jug Included W L lluncit 0 810 CO ings on their bargain counters But bo saw that there was something wrltton Medium chins with a suggestive bifur Â¬ showed such vitality for a person to Bhodelia Ky Ono lot Ladles and Childrens causo of these big emporiums of trade upon It She said that film sat down and cation In tho centre with small be so near death we thought thero mounds Hata worth COe 1 the smaller merchants have been forced cried and copying them aim sent them of ilei h on either side characterize must be something to help ber and gen Â¬ 30 pre llrltlli ltulo thu Cabin out of business and this has1 left thou to a newspaper in being saved by tho reading of others Ladles Calf Bal Shoea Louisville And that erosity Impulsiveness cheery natures Nearly four fifths of tho submarine sands of stores vacant That is where use of your 8 6 8 wo thought it to 35 was how the Conquered Banner gotinto Tho samo slzu chlim with a dab of flesh Ask seu our tine Childrens shoes cables of tho world nro in tho hands of tho real cstato men aro pinched would do no harm If not some good to try It so wo Informed her of her British companies who own a length print That is thu story of tho pretty Just under tho center of tho lower lip IS pra Mons flno shoes worth Among tho foremost champions of tho 170 condition just as the doctors had in Â¬ of moru than 160000 miles of cnblo 100 indicate meanness Bolfinhness brutal agitation iu Chicago is Bishop Fallows littlo scroll you have painted for my formed us and left it with her to try laid ut a cost of over 80000000 Of a big Big Cut In Carpets and Wall Paper ity hearted philanthropist who has al When I get to be a woman said the remedy or not as she saw fit Sour ooncluded to try it and from the 14 cables ncross tho Atlantic to Ainerlea ways been a sturdy friend of the peoplo N B No ouo feature can bo taken iu Beautiful Window Shades worth young lady I am going to write that sto Franco has 1 nnd Great Britain 10 40c Iu a recent sermon ho roundly denounced 25 first dose or two she began to brighten Judging character Often development Aro you ry lie answered Ah It while ho popular arc tho Britih cables the department stores up and ImproTo sbecan now get up B2 prs Iaco Curtains worth 75c Thero is no le- Is CO dangerous to bo a writer especially of other faculties of mind or feature en- 10 pes 0 out of every 1 0 telegrams aro dis dress and help herself and can eat that gitimate place among us for these great Nice Heavy Cauton Flannel 05 tirely governs In each em tako tbo for a woman hut if you aro determined everything- or anything she wants and patched over British Hues aggregations of commercial interests GO prs Mens Suspenders worth 35o 15 no distress- from it We all feel quite totality of indications before Judging let tue give you a name and he wrote he said ami they ought to be legislatNelson Seamless Socks only six Iu Now Jersey wheat raising costs hopeful that tho cancer will pass away ed out of oxisteuco on a pleco of paper the word tfjna It in due time by tho uso of your 8 8 8 I202U per acre Therefore tho Jersoy prs to each cuatomors 05 Tho department storo magnates them n an Indian name ho said in explana which alio will now gladly take Tou man cultivates vegetables and berries 72 prs Ladies Black Hose worth IIUllut M selves aro saying very little Thoy de- Â¬ tion uud it means a snow bird You may make this letter as publlo as you for tho markets of New York and Phil Ho Mls3 Luolla I lovo yon madly 20o 10 oboose and the more so the better as adelphia clare that any such legislation as has will always j remember like a snow bird Will you bu miuo too much praise can uot bo glren your been proposed would be unconstitution- Â¬ If you ever saw bargains you will Sho This really in eo sudden Mr valublo remedy Alfonso X of Leon and Castilo was al and that their lawyers aro prepared to keep your white wings unsullied A see llieuinovf Yours truly to carry tho issuo into tho courts the woman should always bo pure and every Bitsuis I must havo tinio to think it 1 Big Box of Embroidery Bemnants tho Wise Tho samo title wus besowed Geo L OnosanovB over boforo I answer you mother should teach her boya to look moment such measures are passed Upon Solomon king of tho Jows Charles price Ho Cant give you mnoh Last car V of Frauco and Cho Tsou of China They also argno that this is a free counupon a womau as they would upon an goes in 15 minutes 10 Cincinnati En 7 inch WhlteWasb Brushes Tho above Is but a samplo of the many try and that they can use their capital altar qulrer Good Heavy Straw Matting only 10 letters we receive daily in regard to aa they sco fit DISICASIIS OP THE SKIN Thus far the Incident waa related to various deep seated blood diseases One lot Men a White Laundred Iu Wisconsin a similar fight is being me by my Southern friend The intense itching and smarting Inci- Â¬ An Awkwanl Adtleuduni which other remedies do not touch Shirts 60 dent to eczema tetter salt rheum and other waged but there no provlsiou has as Contagious Illood Poison Scrofula Ko So both your sistom havo married Many and ninny a time in the hurry 2 0O teina Bheumatlsra and Tetter are ob dUcuca of tho skin U instantly allayed by yet been made so that the proposed law said tho man who nuts his fnnk tn if One lot Mens Suits worth 1 00 stlnato blood diseases and only a real applying Chamberlains Eyo and Skin will uot affect tho general storekeepers and bustlo of the noisy world the words 75 and ypn are tho only ono loft Excuse Boys Knee Pant Suits blood remedy will havo any effect what Â¬ Ointment Many very bad cases havo been of tho country districts Tho Now York of the gentle poet priest come back to mo wo ho hastoned to add 03 I ehould Mens Fine Fur J lata ever upon them 8 8 8 guarantid permanently cured by it It is equally legislature is considering a rcsolutiou to and iu wrltlua this littlo sketch for the havo said the only ono remaining- purity vtgttablt Is a real blood remedy efficient for itching piles and a favorite rem Â¬ send out an investigating committee to and never fails to cure any disease hav Â¬ edy for sore nipples chaiid hands chil- find out whether the department stores Colorado Catholic of how it was through Indianapolis Journal The Great Bargain Store r ing its origin in the blood it matters blains frost bites and chronic sore eyes aro good or bad In other localities ho a womans thoughtfulnees that the gr at A Convenient Itinue not what other treatment has failed For sale by druggists at 36 cents per box crusade is being agitated more or less Southern epic wag given to the world I Valuable books can be obtained by ad Â¬ Who ore the deserving poor Try Dr Cadys Cesdltlon Pewters the cannot refralu from repeating this littlo GEO YEAKEL vigorously and it may be that tho day CO dressing Tho Swift BpuoIQo Co AUan aro wjio speak of Tha jioor just what a hone needs when in bad condi of tho burguin counter is nearly done talk which waa the outgrowth of this them nayer that those UOa find tion Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge Detroit News O T Baxtkb story and which might prove a help and MANKNWH ny by kkmo Rarcbling Thoughts protest VJt Talks Sarsaparitla XIXMVIe HOME FIRST The World Afterwards W Â¬ Hoods CHARLES RADENHEIMER Â¬ pinLM mmsmm mm Â¬ Z T COX Agent - - Ekron Ky Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ jixtciz Â¬ Inter Â¬ Â¬ Cancers Â¬ bank HAEDHTSBURG Â¬ ANOTHER CUT Co Â¬ Geo Yeakel Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Bargain Store Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ d Â¬ is Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 4ifmm I 4F4 - t im- MmiSmi imBWKttEimmmimwKlfQm3mmrlKBmw9m3mmPliiMMi mmmimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmSm1mmmmmmmmmmmmm JHK 119 WWLVtBg i