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Wr THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS VOL XXI CLOVEKPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 24 1S97 00GD ADVERTISING NO 36 WILL KEEP- A BUSINESS MAN - OU HIS FEET 2-- 3 Corbelt Beaten FITZSIMMONS IS NOW CHAMPION OF THE WORLD ing liko a pston rod on Fitz ribs They clinched aud Fit roughed in tho break Â¬ away As tho gong sounded Corbott boomed anxious to continue but ho laughingly stuck his right glovoiu Fitz Fourth round Corbett rushed and lauded his left on Fitz body Fitz was short with his left Fitz followed with a stilt left on Corbetts stomach Tlioy clinched Fitz roughed it again Tho men wcro fighting at a terrific rato Tho contest began to bo a beautiful ouo Fitz rushed aud Corbett met him with a stiff right hand short on tho stomal i Fitz was doing tho rushing uud hitting nnd roughing it in tli Lr ukaways Corbett was by long olds maxing tho moro clover fight Ho was playing sys Â¬ tematically with his right and left on his opponents body An exchaugo of lofts occurred at tho head as timo was called Fifth round Corbett landed his right on Fitzs jaw Again tho left wont on tho jaw Fitzs blows had plenty of steam bohind them but they wero not TLo men frequent as Corbetts clinched nnd exchanged compliments ono arm hxwo Corbett led with a with very slow left Fitz landed his left on Jims neck Jim throw a stiff half round with his loft on Fitzs noso drawing first blood They mixed it and Corbett had tho better of it Cor- Â¬ bett lauded another stiff riiiht in tho body and his left on tho chin Tliis round was in favor of Coibett Sixth round Tho men clinched and Fitz tried to wrcstlo Corbett down Thero wero loud cries of Oil I ohl Corbott landed a light left jab on Bobs face Corbott upper cut Fitz fiercely with his right and had Fitz going Fitz was literally covered with blood but ho was fighting liko a demon Corbett was showing signs of his fast work Fitz was down on ouo kneo and took tho timo limit Ho was full of fight on arising Corbett was slaugh Â¬ tering him with upper cuts Corbett lrd wild and ho missed many blows Timo was called with Fitz looking very much tho wqrso for wear and Corbott pufllng Sovcnth round Corbett forcca tho fight Ho missed ou left swing at Fitz head Then ho upp rcut Fitz hard again on tho faco Fitz began bleeding again but ho was fighting liko a lion Both men wcro looking for a knockout blow Corbett lauds a light left on Fitz soro mouth Fitz missed with a right and loft swing Fitz tiled a left swing which was ducked by Corbett who countered with a heavy right over tho heart Corbott was very red Fitz looked liko a stuck bullock but he was as strong as tho other man Eighth round Fitz forced tho fight-Â¬ ing An exchaugo of uo damage Fitz missed with his left swiug and was lifted off his foot by a loft jab from Corbett ou tho mouth Fitz was doing all tho forcing in this round Fitz tried a right hand cross but Corbett ducked Fitz lauded his left on Corbetts faco and Corbott countered with a right on tho body Fitz tried his hard right at Corbetts head but ho was countered heavily on tho jaw with Corbetts good loft Fitz had tho worst of this rouud when tho gong sounded Ninth round Long rango sparring on tho part of both marked tho opening Tho men wero actlvo ou their feet Fitz lauded below tho bolt and ho was cau Â¬ tioned by Siler Corbett Lauded a stiff left on Fitzs wind Fitz rushed Corbett but ho did littlo damago Corbett was jabbing In tho clinch ho upper cut with his right iu tho breakaway Fitz lands a very hard left hand swing on Corbetts jaw and tried a right Fitz cro3s but Corbett was inside again tried his right cross but ho was bhort Ho was lauding moro of tcu than Corbett now Tenth round Fitzsimmons spit the blood out of his mouth nnd tried a hard loft swiug at Coibotts head Fitzsim mons camo baok with a stiff left and right ou Jims head aud body Ho was much cooler and stronger than Corbett at this stage Corbett stopped a left swing with a straight loft ou the mouth Fitz was bleeding rapidlv but ho forced Corbett back apparently bo iug tho stronger man Thoy mixed it up and honors wero about oven Both wero fighting hard Fitz caught Corbott aronnd the ueck and dragged him to tho ropes as timo was called Cor- Â¬ bett landed his left on Fitzs month Corbetts blows wcro lacking in forco but ho was fighting very cautiously Eloventh round After a clinch Cor- Â¬ bett lauded his right on Fitzs ribs aud ho was countered with a left jab ou the chin Fitz was receivor generally for Corbetts left jabs but ho was liko a Corbett missed a bear in strength half round hook iu the jaw Fitz laud- Â¬ ed a hard loft straight on Corbetts faco They clinched and Fitz crossed with Ids right in tho clinch Thoy mixed it aud Fitz had decidedly tho bettor of tho rouud Fitz fought Corbott to his cor- Â¬ ner aud had him weak as tho gong sounded Twelfth ronnfl Corbett rushed it Ho missed with his left aud iucouut ered on tho faco Fitz was bent on rushing it and Corbett was koopiug away Fitz got tho worst of it in tho rush Corbott lauded his left on Fitzs soro noso and followed with a half round at tho boty Ho forced Fitz to tho ropes and smashed him hard on tho short ribs Fitz spit copious wads of blood Corbott was now rushing it aud lauded right aud left on tho Aus- Â¬ tralians face Corbott lauded his loft on Fitzs faco aud followed with his right on tho body Ho tried a knock Â¬ out upper cut with tho right but it was a hair too short This was Corbetts round Thirteenth rouud Fitz landed his right short on Corbetts ribs aud a loft on tho jaw Corbott found Fitz with a good left Fitz rushed Corbott over to his corner but ho did little damago Corbott jabbed Fitz lightly on tho head aud Corbett was back again with tho same on tho body Corbett was spar Â¬ ring beautifully and ducking out of Fitz sonio very dangerous positions lauded his left straight und hard on the tried that hard right swing faco Fitz but it does no good Corbetts glovo was in Fitzs faco whllo Madden pushed tho button Fourteenth round The round opened withaieft swing for the jaw by CorÂ¬ bott It missed tho mark but he tried again with better success reaching the jaw good aud hard Fitzsjmraous was all thero however aud ho sent his left to the Dody with terriflo force Tho blow1 sent Corbott staggering backward sevorul feet uud ovideutly hurt him badly Fitzsliunions lost no timo but followed closely aud sent his right to Corbetts fuco causing him to totter again He then pushed his left hard ou tho body and was hot after his man but Corbett gave ground to get away Cor Â¬ bett came up strong however and put his left hard ou FitEsimmous body The latter put in a hard right ou the head Jim looked tired his strength was goiug aud he clinched After the break Â¬ away WtMimaioui pat a hard right and left eu tin jaw and the wea eoaohed agate Corbftt IgbtUg Â¬ d Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fuco FOURTEEN ROUNDS DECIDED IT j K It Was a Great Struggle Between the Men Frtm the First Till Last DETAILS OF FIGHT BY ROUNDS and nuick as lightning Fitzsluimous alut his left glovo on Corbetts body iust llow tho heart Tho blow was ono that would luvo shivered a plank His and Corbetts faco paled instantly nrms fell to his sides his oyes rlosed and ho fell forward to tho ropoa catch ing at them with his right hand His faco boro a look of intonso agony and ho was evidently suffering tho most ex- Â¬ cruciating pain Ho tried to riso but Fitz immons with his right caught him with a right jab ou tho chin Corbett tried several times to riso but was una blo to do so and was counted out by tho Â¬ Â¬ li7lo Iho southwest corner of tho ring ou tho jaw and Fitzdiu liions Bent ids right to tho chin with fearful forco Tho blow mndo Corbett lean backward and turned hi in nearly around Ho raised his guard a triflo Jim put his left Corbett Was Getting the Best of It Until He Received the Knockout BJov Over the Heart Neither One of the Men Very Badly Injured Corbett Wants to Fight the Winner Again but IGNORES HIM Corbett was moro unconscious from pain than from the forco of tho blow As ho lay writhing and groveling on tho floor his faco presented tho most No ghastly viippcnriuco imaginable man iu a last death strogglo could havo horrified tho spectators moro and his agonizing cries of pain could bo heard above tho choers for tho victor And then followed tho wildest sccno of tho day when ho aroso to his feet and with nil tho strength ho had loft rased at his opponent and tried to finish tho contest Thoso nearest tho ring jumped over tho ropes in spito of tho offorts of tho pollco to prevent them and in a moment the entire enclosuro was filled with a howling shouting mob and tho noiho and confusion was so great that tho rofereo was hardly able to announce his decision awarding the battlo to Fitz Â¬ rcfe reo Simmons FITZSIMMONS Over Five Thousand People Witness tho Contest The Minor Events Were Very Tame Affdrs broko away from them and rashed at Fitzsimmons a Focond time but this timo instead of attempting to renew tho fight ho Implored his victor to give him another chauco and to accept a chullcngo from him Fitzsimmons roso from his chair nnd pushing Corbett back said No no got away I dont waut to At this jnuctnro Fitzsimmons was dragged away by his jubilant friends aud borno to his dressing room amid tho cheers of tho 5000 peoplo who wero In tho arena accompanied by his seconds aud trainers and also by his wife who had watched tho contest from a position within a fow feet of tho ringside aud who had taken in overy detail oven at tho timo when it seemed that her hus band would bo knocked insensible at her feet Corbett staggered to his dressing room after tho contest his brothers Harry and Joo supporting him ouo ou each sido The defeated champion sank iuto a chair and burst into tears I can lick him I known I can ho said I dont know how I happened to let him get in that heart blow How it felt I felt as though I should dio the first fow moments after I went down on my knees I had a chanco to put Fitzsimmons out onco when I got him on his kneo but I wanted to let him rest a bit and put him out with a blow Thats whero I mado my mistake But I hopo for another opportunity to get at him and next timo I wont loso I would not caro so much if it was not for my friends They Jiavo lost thou sands of dollars on that blow Gradually tho nervo aud strength camo back to him but with it camo mental agony which ho made lo at Â¬ tempt to conceal Timo aud again he started to his f tot with tho avowed intention that ho would find Fitzsimmons and whip him ou tho street but caoh timo his knees gavo way beneath him and ho sank back into his seat white As his strength reÂ¬ and breathless turned and the bitterness of defeat forced itself upon him his appearance became spiteful Tho hopelessness of re gaining his lost prestige mado his talk uhuost childish aud Ids supporters wero relieved to get him away from tho arona It was a half hour after tho end of the battlo before Corbett could bo in- Â¬ duced to enter tho carriage for his dnvo to his hotel His rido braced him to somo extent and ho was moro cheerful when ho reached his room damaged faco was Fitzsimmons quickly repaired by Ids trainers in his dressing room and ho hastily dressed himself then tho whole party was driveu rapidly to tho training quarters Fitzsimmons is in good condition bar Â¬ ring tho sprain of the thumb which is badly swollen Ho drove into town later in tho afternoon with his wife aud loft on last nights train for San Fran- Â¬ cisco taking with him tho purse of 15000 iu drafts which was turned over to hini byAl Smith tho stake holder Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ of it nil Corbett who had boon forced to his corner by his friends In tho midst talk to yon The Winner Gets theFurse and Starts For San Francisco Oarsox Nov March 18 Under a clear sky and in n valley 5000 fecE nbovo tho sea encircled by snowcapped mountains widen glistened in the bright sunlight making a pictnrosuch as was nover seen beforo on an occasion of tho kind James J Corbett went down to defeat yesterday beforo Robert Fitzsimmons who became champion heavyweight pugilist of tho world Tho victory was not gained without a strug glo in fact victory did not seom possible for Fitzsimmons until tho last mo- Â¬ ment of tho battle Ho was giving every indication of slowly going to pieces when ho dolivered a blow in a vital part and followed it with two others which sent tho Califomian to tho floor with tho agony of pain and do spair imprinted on his faco and ho was unablo to riso within tho limit which would save him When tho ex champion finally roso with tho ussistunco of his attendants and recovered bufllcieutly from his dizcd condition to realize tho calamity that had befallen him ho broko out with all tho fury of an enraged nuimal and discarding all tho rules which gov ern tho art of w hlch ho is a deciplo rushed at- - his victorious opponent and made a vain btrngglo to beat him over tho ropes only desisting when his own seconds and friends forced him away Tho contest was accompanied by tho usual delays which attend such affairs duo largely to a wait for tho hoar when tho sunlight would would bo tho bright- Â¬ est so that tho new electrical dovico tho veracopo which was located at tho nngsido would bo ablo to obtain tho best results in taking an actual living picturo of tho fight For two hours be Â¬ fore tho men entered tho ring tho crowds gathered iu tho arena a tempo- Â¬ rary structure of vast dimensions hav iug tho canvass covered ring in tho cen- Â¬ ter with row after row of plain boards each rising from each sido and with no coverlug bat tho clear blue sky abovo It was a moment after tho noon hour when tho principals and their seconds appeared and both were greeted with George Siler tho referee great choew arranged tho preliminary matters in a short time and about 1310 tho battle commenced First round Tho men sparred for on opening Fitz forcing Corbett to his coruor Fita tried a loft swing which Corbett ducked cleverly J Jim was smil Â¬ ing Fitz was Very aggressivo and ho laudca a light ouo on Corbetts neck Corbott feiutcd aud landed a loft hook Ho followed with a on Fitzs stomach loft hook on Fitzs jaw They clinched douo iu tho break Â¬ but no damago was away Corbett lauded u light swing on Fitzs ribs Again thoro was a clinch but uo blow in the broakaway Fitz lauded his loft on Jims head Jim landed a hard right hand blow on Fitzs short ribs Iu the clinch Fitz lauded a heavy right hand oil Corbetts head Oh aud laughed Cor- Â¬ Corbott said bott lauded his right ou Fitzs ribs as tho gong sonudod Second round Corbett advanced to tho ceutor and forced tho flghtiug for a minute Again camo a clinch without damago Fitz lauded on Corbetts ribs with a loft swiug Moro clinching fol- Â¬ lowed Corbott was very cautious and looking for tho slightest opouing Ho lands two still eft swings on Fitzs head Fitz swung his left and right and landed lightly on Corbetts head Tho fighting was of a rapid character Both men wcro very lively on tholr feet Corbett landed a hard left half round jab on Fitzs stomach aud fol Â¬ lowed with another iu tho someplace He jabbed Fitz hard with his right aud left in the body when tho bell rang Third rotuKl Corbett started prompt Â¬ ly with that hard left hook on tho body Vite got savage aud tried his left aud light at Corbetts head but he did little damage Corbett landed another left jahon File wind awl followed with bis right oh Dm ribs Corbett eliuohed jCothiit bu4e4 bis riajkt hanl over the heart anl 7U mixed it b aud pat the heel of We jUBft to OettoWf In Â¬ Â¬ B- - f f r U The Wail of a Defeated Candidate Wkiwtkr Ky Mar 11th 1897 To hie Democrats of BRECKkNiiiiioE county Having rrceived solicitations from every district in the county to make the race for County Judge I decided to do so I Announced myself on tho 8th day of February In less thnn ono week some men in HardlnBburg dovold of principle began to say I was an extreme temperance man and it would not do to nominate me for the wlisky men would not vote for me if nominated It was not long until I heard of my opponents pay Â¬ ing neither the whisky men nor Catho lics would vote for me Various stories wero gotten up the last days of tho can- Â¬ vas One was I had driven two Catho lic women from my house Another 1 had refused to rent a house to n Catholic family It was charged that I was an A P A Humors wero sent over tho county before the convention saying I did not want Catholics to vote for mo I de- Â¬ nounce them as urfo lies gotten up for the sole purpose of defeating mo I never voted against any man on acI have voted for count of ids religion Catholics in conventions and primaries when they had protectant opponents I Ilmveolwajs been on the very best of terms with my Catholic neighbors They have been warm friends of mine in both of my races In regard to the temperenco question I made plain aud candid statements that ought to have satisfied any reasonable 1 said I was a temperanco man man but my private opinions sliould havo nothing to do witli my official nets if elected I said plainly I would follow the course of my predecessors and gratit license when an application was backed by law I make these statements now when it cannot bo said I am seeking votes to show how unfair and groundless tin 89 charges were As unfair as thoy were Mr Minor owes his nomination to them I did all I could to keep these questions out I did it not only for my good but for tho good of tho party I will assert hud all the candidates for tho various offices used their influence they could have kept them out I knew they would hurt the ticket regardless of who was ou It Thero were no charges mado against my character nor my Democracy and if it was charged that I was not competent to discharge the duties of the cflice I did not hear it My only sin seemed to be that I was a moral man and that that kind of a man had no right to a nominr tion Gentlemen I want to say there is two sides to these questions and the 1 mo cratic party can not afford to ignore either It lias becomo a common saying in this Ciinty that a man who tries to make an honorablo and upright canvas cannot get a nomination iu the party Them were men who aro considered good men whose names are on church regis tTs that took up the temperance qvs tiou and used it against mo Now if tho fact of my being a temperance man disÂ¬ qualifies me for holding rfllco and a portion of the party will not vote for inn if nominated whero is the consistency in asking my friends to vote for tho man who gets Ids nomination by taking the other side Charlie Lightfoot Baid Monday lie did not think these questiors were used against me in Cloverpnrt I know they were common street talk on the night of the 5th and the day following I will refer him to Frank Fraize and Flailge Carter I could make many more The first man to tell me of tho religious question was Dr Sam OBryan of Mooleyville who I think is an hon- Â¬ I know orable christian gentleman Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ when Fladgo Carter camo to me in Clo verportand told me I was being knlftd there on tho grounds that 1 was a temperance man and an A 1 A he told me what ho knew to be true It does seem to me thero ought to be a stop to these things Tiiero lias not been many races in this county for some time that thrsi things did not bob up The party cannot hope for success as long I am as these things mako nominations a Democrat I beliovu in the principle of the party which gives fo every man the very broadest religious liberty If the party desires success in the county there must be a radical change on thine lines Thero is a remedy and now is as good a timo to apply It as wo will eyer have In conclusion I want to thank my friends for their very earnest support I am glad no one dared to use these things in mj district There was ono other place they were not used that was Custer It wus through the iilluenco of Mr Cook they My voting place has wero not used brought mo under many obligations for their almost unanimous support No Â¬ JOLLY STATION Horn to tho wlfo of Mr Horaco Bland the th inst a nine pound boy Mrs Nelson Jolly sajs till her neigh bors that she lias ten hens setting Mr McClure and family ofOwensbo ro havo moved in Dr Hindis property MIbs Clara DeJernctte is talking of en Â¬ tering Utopian College Glendeane Boon Tho nnv rcadl ading from Mr Gid Millers via Mr James Lyons to MiQua dy has been completed Frank Lyons will exchange anything texcept wife daughter and self for calves at a reasonable consideration Q lite a number of our farmers are spending the week in Louisville with the hopo of selling their tobacco Miss Uebecca Wilson and Messrs Ben M Miller and Taylor Tate were guests of Miss Mattie McGary Sunday who was three Little Fva Wilson years old the 15 lust Bavs she is big enough to ride in papas wagon Miss Lula DeJernetto says lior favorite occupation is fishing when she has a certain Hook with which to fish Miss Annie Jolly and friend Miss Mat tie Miller aro visiting her sister Mrs Tom Miller llardinsburg this week Tico Jolly and brother shipped to the Iickett Tobacco worehouss twenty four lilids of fine Burloy tobac o last SaturÂ¬ Â¬ f0YAl POWDER Celebrated for t great leavening utrength ami lieihhfuIneM Atsurei the food apinst alum and all foimi of adulteration oommon to the cheap brands ROYAL ItAKINO FOnDER CO Absolutely Pure NEW YORK DUKES Oats sowing is the order of tho day if the day is dry enough Win Campbell and wife were guests Sunday of her parents Mr and Mrs B Sapp Martin Jarboe is very low with pneu- Â¬ monia but with good nursing may man ever had truer friends T B Henderson From Cripple Creek After tho big flro in Cripplo Creek I took a very severe cold and tried many remedies without help the cold only be- Â¬ coming more settled After using three small bottles of Chamberlains Cough Remedy both tho cough and cold It ft me and in this altitude it takes a meritorious cough remedy to do any good G 11 IIkniikiisov editor Dally Advertiser For sale by A It Fisher Drug Â¬ gist Â¬ Â¬ recover Mrs Emma from visited Satuiday and Mrs Sunday at her mother-in-law- s Frank Isoms day Ilev D L Bowlds will preach next Frank Lyons wife and little daughter Sunday at 11 oclock at the Cumberland Jessie Nelson Jolly h and wifeBpent Presbyterian church Sunday very pleasantly at Mr Hilary Mrs Klizibeth Starks lias been almost MeGarys unable to get around for several days Thero were a jolly little crowd met at with a misery in her back tho pleasant homo of Miss Eiizi Lyons Nate Starks and your correspondent GARFIELD last Sunday All seemed to onj iy them- weie very phasantly entt r ained Sunday selves very much at the home of Bev S J and Mrs Held over from last week Tho Anti Sweats of Jolly Station have Kitchojs How about the candy pulling wrsjt a reorganized their club with Tico Jolly Bev S J Bitchey has got the black Â¬ PreMdeiit and W A Jolly Sjcretary smith shop fitted up and is prepared to succiss accommodate the people in that line of Mr A A Richardson returned from Rogular meeting each afternoon UMiss Margaret Wilson who has been business Louisville Friday visiting her brother Granville was call Wo do lovo to seo thoso beautiful Kov II C Truman is visiting relatives away suddenly to tho homo of her other warm sunshiny dajsit brings forth tho near Irvlngton this week brother John whrsj wife has typhoid gras tho candidates aud many other Miss Lola Norton was the guest of the fever emblems of natures greenness Misses Board Wednesday night Callers and visitors have been few the Why Attempt to Cure Miss Blanche Claycomb of Irvlngton past week the weather has been of such is visiting relatives in our vicinity catarrh by the uso of so called blood rem Â¬ a nature that it was absolutely impossi- Â¬ That catarrh is not caused by Tho raauy friends of Mrs M K Bate edies ble for the ladies to venture out from of Lousville regret to hear f her ser- Â¬ blood troubles is self oyident when you their respective homes rell ct that attacks are alwayaduo to sud Â¬ ious IlllliSS Thero was a bad cave in in Willis J C S Beard aud D II Smith have a den climatic changps or exposure and Clarks coal bank this week The fall of occur mist frequently during the winter large contract for hauling staves for Mr and spring though the blood Is as pure rock and earth competely shut off the Otto near McDanlel then as iu summer or fall A remedy entranco to the room in which Mr Misses May Claycomb Nellie Bandy which quickly relieves and cures tho ca John Kabul worked He had six picks and Wallaco Claycomb of Irvlngton tarrhal attacks hns been found in Flys two shovels and ono ax in the room came down Friday to attend tho candy More of the roofing is expected to fall at Cream Balm pulling any timo Mrs Mamie L Gregory camo homo Saturday was court day and the A High Compliment Friday accompanied by her littlo dau Â¬ streets wero thronged with people there The suit of the Bock Spring Distilling ghter Mary who is attending school at Company vs It Monarch recently do were several candidates present with all llardinsburg cidtd in the Court of Appeals was tried the sccabihty they could command and Miss Katie Board returned homo on in tho Daviess Circuit Court beforo endeavoring to leave as good impression the Fast bound train Monday aflor a Chapizi Watheu Bpecial Judge In af as possiblo upon the minds of the voters pleasant visit at llardinsburg Hick Vale firming tho judgment Judge Hazelrigg in regard to their honest fulfillment of aud Glendeane of tho Court of Appeals paid Judge the offices to which they aspiro A Rehanlsoii A GaifMd is the Wathen tho most extraordinary compli There has een moro rain fell in this place for all kinds of goods Millinery a ment of adopting his opinion in the case vicinity the last three weeks than had epeeialty A fust cIuhh milliner Coun Â¬ as that of the Apellate Court stating that fallen in six mouths beforo Farmers try produce taken iu exchange for goods it was so well drawn that It could not bo are completely at a slaud still unable to The young mon hero got up a candy improved upon It is very laro that the do farm work of any kind and will bo pulling at Mis Manln Gregory Friday Court of Appeals has done this indeed late in preparing and pitching their but oue instance is now known when an crops Thoy fear that somo of this rain M si ninht iu honor of her guest of Logan will bo needed whilo their crops are Blanche Claycomb a large crowd attend Â¬ opinion by Judg4 llrodiuax county many years ago was incorporat- Â¬ growing ed and the many gay young folks wuie ed in tho records of tho Court of Appeals ttlad to see the success with the candy Â¬ Thoy pulled and pulled and atu and as tho opinion of that court Mr Wath For Sale 10000 SchaiFers Colossal Raspberry Plants carried nu with their noisy sport until a en stands very high not only at tho baS ho practices in this section of iuto iiour and all left feeling sure Mr at which 00 or 8 00 per 1000 100 for Â¬ and Mrs Gregory would soon wolcomo tho Sate but before the Court of Ap peals es may bo whII surmised from this Addison Dick Addison Ky them all back again incident OweiiBboro Ircss Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 THE MINOR CONTESTS Hawklni Wins One of Them nuil Georee Green the Other fiai B9 March 18 Tho fight tho first of the two minor contests was set for 3 oclock but it was 4 oclock boforo tho men cutcred tho ring At tho time thero was about 1600 persons present Both nion were weighed in at 128 Tho fight was soon over pounds Thero was ono exchaugo of blows a clinch aud a knockout Flahorty going down as though he had been shot It was all over in oue minuto aud four Oarsox Nov Tho fight between Mystorlons Billy Smith and George Greeu welterweights followed immediately Smith had tho worst of it until tho end of tho 11th round when he gave up the fight saying that his arm had beou broken in tho fourth round Malachl Hogau of Chicago was referee and he had his bauds full Tho moil clluched repeated ly and wcro loath to break away Smith devoted most of his attention to in lighting and iu tho clinches would get Green around tho nock aud with his right arm froo play a tattoo oil tho San Francisco boys ribs Greeu constantly jabbed with his left aud soon had Smiths noso and mouth iu a pulpy con- Â¬ dition It was uotieeublo that Smith refrained from using his left arm which had beou brokou three mouths ago and could ouly hind an occasional right swing Â¬ Â¬ GREGORY OILS - Are Making Special Drives on CO PAINTS m i BUILDING MATERIAL 0 fi V Old People Old people who require medicine to regulate the bowels and kidneys will find the true remedy in Electric Bitteis This medicine does not stimulate and contain no whiskey nor other intoxicant but acts as a tonic and alterative It acs mildly on the stomach and bowels add ing strength and giving tone to the orÂ¬ v i hi riMjsw gans thereby aiding nature in the per Â¬ formance of the functions Electric Bit Â¬ ters s an excellent appetizer and aide digettioa Old people Sad it just exact Â¬ ly what they need Priee fifty cuts and 11 00 perbeUle atAR Fttwra Drag Stow Linseed Oils White Lead Doors Sash and Blinds Sewer Tile Yellow Pine Flooring- and Ceiling Weather Boarding Shingles Salt Lime Cement Laths Plaster Plow Handles Plastering Hair Brick c Local Agents Standard Oil Company andMichigan Carbon Works Estimates Furnished for Buildings and Building Material Sole Agents Blue Grass Mixed Paints Homestead Fertilizer in 100 pound Bags FERTILIZERS Cheaper than Ever for Cash GREGORY CO cloverport ky h V- - kV fc 1 THK NEW SOCIAL LEADERS THE QUADRENNIAL CHANGE OFFICIAL LIFE AT WASHINGTON Â¬ BREXOKEINRDDQEX NEWS OLOYHRPORT KY COMMISSIONER OF PENSIONS II Clnr l tatis of TrniiiMee Xninril Tor llmtOMre by Hi Irrlilint Wamiisiuos Mnrch 12 Mr II Clay Evans of Tenncssco hns been tendered the olllco of comnilpsioncr of pensions nnd iu nil probability will nccept tho ap pointment which is one of tho most im Â¬ IN Ladios of tho Cabinot Circlo An Â¬ Interesting Body of plished Women Accom- Wasliimtttn society so Fur mora i rrun us Mis hii 10 jrurs she bus spent tho best sight of tho I mil of every year within great white dome and in nil that timo she liui never once slighted her social obligations As n senators wife sho has loft licr cauls legularlynt the residences of cteiy ono on her big viiting list and her Thursdays havo become nil institution When tho Shermans first went to Washington they occupied n modest lit- try know thor-oii-lÂ¬ Their Important Social Functions 1 k Mr8 Sherman 8 Long Experi ence In Public Life OTHER CABINET LADIES It mny interest tho nvcrnRe citizen to learn that tlio cabinet chclo Indies of the now administration nro nearly nil worn on to whom jiolito society and its duties nud conventions nro perfectly fmnilinr It does not nlwnys happen so Occasion ally tho wife of a member of tho cabinot is a lady who sconm society functions of nil sorts nnd ignores her social duties them deliberately or elso neglect through luck of previous training This deeply offends nud greatly disturbs tho individuals who coniposo tho social world of our national capital Washington society is peculiarly or- Â¬ ganized It is composed of n number of distinct circles ono outside tho other and touching each other only nt tho In tho Nono of them oerlaps edges very center of nil this is tho cabinet circlo which nltliough tho smallest in numbers is tho rir t in importance About tho cabinet circlo nil tho other Next conies tho su circles revolve premo court circle composed of tho wives of tho justices nud after that tho senatorial circle tho liou o circle and then tho various depaitment circles On tho outer edge is tho big till embracing Â¬ Â¬ for free billing over tho railrrnds nnd other information concerning tho move ment Carloads of com mny bo consigned to W It Mumforl Company lllato building Chicago or F G Logan or Mcrrell Lyon board of trado Chicago and should bo marked For India Relief These firms will receive and forward tho grain without chargo No one receive ony pay for work dono in this movement Its object is to feed tho starving It is hoped enough corn will be contributed to scud another ship New York from Â¬ TO FEED THE STARVING Movement to Seenrn Corn Idr thr famine Hiillrrcm In tiiitln CniuAiio March 12 The movement to scenro corn for Indli re let hereto fore in charge of Dr II O Hobbs Jacksonville nud Dr 1 P lintfhilig ham appointed to represent tho Chica go Ministers association has been consolidated with tlio Chicago coniinltteo appointed in connection with tho bonnl of trndo Hon 0 O Bouncy is presl dent and K G Keith of the Metropoli an Nntlonnl bank is treasurer of this committee All theso forces will co opcrato with tlio mayor nnd others of San Francisco in loading the ship furnished by tho secretary of tho nnvy un dor direction of congress to carry grain frco to India Tlio corn will nlso be carried free to tho Paciflo by tho railroads Hobbs will give directions Dr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Fighting Four Days SPANISH ACCOUNT OF SEVEEAL RECENT ENGAGEMENTS t TUP pnriTCCT IMrDIPAsU UIUIC1V inc uncHicoi hitiliiiuhr fwnioivi Â¬ The Number Stain Small Remarkably portant in tho departmental scrvico nt Washington outside of tho cabinet offices Mr Evans is well known to public men throughout tho country aud long has been recognized ns a leader among southern Republicans tA TAYLOR l ror Hours of Fierce The WILLIAMS Fighting Engagement Lasted Four Days Spanish Soldiers Revolt LOUISVILLE I KY fr Jy - jCyf 7 8ALE BY I WL 76 Wal St X CLOVEIlPOItT KY MIlS LOXO V f if MPS SIimtMAN Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ circlo composed of tho clerks in tho va It is all hollow rious departments enough but tho ceremonies which the smallest and most exclusivo circlo ob hcrves nro tho veriest mockery Each cabinet lady is expected to have n receiving day This means that once a week sho throws open her honso to the public nt largo nud all who caro to con sider themselves in society Sho doe not do this to givo her friends n chance to drop in nnd have n little chat Not nt ull For two or tlireo hours sho stand up mid shakes hands with n throng of strangeis who crowd her parlors scram bio for refreshments criticiso tho appointments of tho house tho hostess iier dress and exchangobitsof malicious gossip about her bebt friends perhaps nt her very elbow It is needless to say thnt u cabinet lady does not nnticlpato theso reception days with auydegreoof pleasure When it is nil over sho is ns tired ns if sho had been doing si hard days work and sho is probably on tho vergoof nervous prostration A collection of forgotten um brellas n fctray wrap or two a few pieces of broken u lot of miscellaneous rubbish nnd a bushel or bo of culling cards remind her of tho crowd that lins passed through her doors nud sho sighs ns sho thinks that next week it lias to bo douo all over again Tlio littlo dinners which sho is ex- Â¬ pected to givo sovcral times during tho scuhon mo n sliado moro agrcenblo Tho company is small but even heio she can not coufluo her invitations to peoplo whom sho knows to lo congenial Thcio nro certain persons who must bo invited whether sho likes or not nud sho must do her best to seem pleased to sco them Such is Washington society which you hear people tell about enjoying 13 ut to an ambitious woman tiicro is a certain charm and fascination about tho rushing crowds nud tho social in trigucs which nro being planned nil around her The kuowledgo thnt she can mako or mar theso plans is perhaps a pleasing one Foremost uniong tlio cabiuet Indies of today is Mrs Sherman who ns tho Â¬ Â¬ bric-a-bra- c tie brick house on K street and it was not until the present secretary of stato wns 70 years old that he began to build tho handsome marble mansion only n few doors from the old hotic which ho Mr Shermnn is un ad now occupies mirable type of the American woman Her smooth brown hair is streaked with Sho is gray but she is Mill vigorous tall and stately and her manner is n pleasing combination of dignified reserve Shu has uover and cordial affability plotted to obtain kx ial supremacy but now that it has come to her sho may confidently Le expec tul to assumo tho leadership with as ntueli graciousness ns if she thought she was going to enjoy it Mrs Sherman has no children of her own but an adopted dnughter as dear to her as if sho vvrv an own child is happily inaiiicd and lives in Wash ington Two Lrilliant women both relatives willnlsosharo her social prestige and add to tho attractiveness of her Theco nio Mrs Camdrawing rooms eron tho young wifo of tho ex senator from Pennsylvania and Mrs Miles wifo of tho commander in chief of the army Ono of tho most attractive among the cabinet Indies is Mrs Alger wifo of the secretary of war Sho is an experienced hostess for during her husbands two terms ns governor of Michigan sho en tertained Lansing society in handsome stylo With largo means nt her com mand sho has been a leader of society in Detroit nud both sho nnd her hus band nro fond of this sort of thing Her part of tho social duties which devolve upon tho wives of tho cabinet officers will bo discharged with enthusiasm Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tho dead havo been found in tho Hazel ton wreck The fircmuu is supposed to bo buried beneath tho engino nnd the balauco of tho dead hnve been washed nwny It will probably nover bo known how many met their death in tho smok ing car Persons who wcro on tho ground immediately nfter tho accident tell different stories but nil claim thoy saw four bodies in tho end of tho enr that was above the water Many claim that from 12 to 15 men went down with tho wreck It is reported that nn overcoat mnrked J T Phillips was found floating on tho wnter near tho wreck A telephono message from Hazlcton is that another crevasse has appeared between White liver bridgonnd the ono whero tho train was wrecked It is spreading rapidly and tho dnnuigo to the roadbed will bo very serious The damage to the roadbeds of tho KvansilU nnd Terro Hautu and Kvnns villo and Indianapolis by tho recont rains and Hoods to ditto is estimated nt 1000000 Â¬ KNOWN No Store Iloml Unities Hnvo lli en Taken lrom tho Hatelton Wreck Pkincktov hid March 12 Nono of MAY BE NEVER Judgment Inr Shirley in the Sangamon circuit court has made an important decision in an insurance enso The case was that of Mrs Louise Henry who sued the sn promo lodge Knight of Pythins of th World for iHOOO insurance on thelifeof her husband Cliarlei Henry The ricfen o was that a by law of the supreme lodge exempted suicides from benefits from the insurance but the plaintifl proved that the by law was not made by the supreme lodge but by the board of control and then ratified by the supienie Indgo Judge Shirley held the by law wn not binding on Henry unless the srpremo lodgo mado it and instructed tho jury to find for Mrs Heniy PROCESSOR NEWCOMB RETIRES One nt the Im enmit Mntliomiitlclatis of the Vturlil INSURANCE DECISION n lli ncflclary Against tlio KlilKlitH ul Pythias SriusnFirxn Ills Mnrch 12 Judge LIFE Wife fcjlte jins oATtr She has two married daughters and her young unuinrricd daughter Frances is a brilliant nnd nccomplished young woman who will fully appreciate the advantages which her standing in Wash ington society will givo her Mrs Long tho wife of tho secretary of tho nnvy is by no means a stranger to Washington society though when she first cuuiu to tho capital as a bride her husband was only a popular member of tho houso Her social duties as wifo of a cabiuet member sho will probably fiud somewhat moie arduous Mrs Loug is a clever and resourceful woman and ns mistress of tho executivo mansion of Massachusetts gained no little experi Â¬ ence Mrs Gary thowifoof tho postmaster general is ti woman of many personal Coming from Ualtimorc attractions wheio she moved in most exclusive circles sho has been brought up in n so- Â¬ cial world in which tho conventions nro strictly observed Foryearsshohas been one of the most prominent hostesses of Maryland and has presided over n pro teiitious town house as well ns a spa Â¬ cious country residenco She brings with hor to tlio capital her daughters Â¬ clever and beautiful joung women who havo been prominent in Iiultimoro society nnd aie pleased nt nn opportunity to shino in that of Washington Of tho other cabinet Indies Mrs Ly Â¬ man J Gage may bo mentioned as n woman to whom social leadership will be no novelty Mrs Cornelius N Bliss will bo one of tlio most conspicuous ladles in tho cabinet circlo and will prob ably entertain extensively Ono or two of tho others may prefer to remain in tho background but Washington society will find that tlio cabinet ladies as u wholo uro exceedingly well fitted for tho parts thoy must take Annette CiwwronD Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tho Hardest sphero Aud what may I ask do you find tho most difficult duty in your now Tho other udvnuccd woman knit hor una aloeh wife of tbo tocrotory of Btuto is tho ac Â¬ brows Well sho repliod uftcr a mo- Â¬ knowledged leader of tho social whirl I guess the hardest centers about tho Whlto Houso for ments thonght that of tho president is expected to tiling I lmo to do is to pretend to bo the wife take rather n passive than on activo part nfraid of my husband when I come home loaded latoat night Detroit Ju it Probably no woman in the coun Tribune Santa Criv farm nfter withdrawing the that had been left at the fort Shortly afterward tho scouts were fired on and when tho insurgents reached Poreayofitnn tho insurgents appeared on tho right Hank partly hidden by tho They opened a hot firo but woods wero repulsed uf ter several hours hard fighting Tho march was then re newed When Santa Cruz farm was reached the insurgents opened firo on the van gunrd and tho right Hauk They wero entrenched behind n natural embank ment formed by u dried np stream Tha Spanish artillery and cavalry forces Next Minister to llauall wero used to tcizo the stronghold and Washington- - March 12 It is under tho fight lasted moro than two hours Tho water supply at Santa Cruz being stood that Mr Irving B Dudley of San exhausted General Castellnnos was is tho choico of tho Call Diego Cat for Las Claveles foruin delegation for minister to Hawaii compelled to leave passed on to Puerto from which point that his appointment has been Piiucipe leachingho city about noon nud the practically agreed upon by Prubidont Ho lost ono lieutenant killed three lion McKiuloy tenants wounded six regulars killed aud 20 wounded It is estimated that THE JvTARKETS tho insurgents losses wero 47 llevlvw or drain ami lltestnck Market Sylvester Scovel tho American war correspondent recently roleased from Inr March IS prison at Stucti Spiritus arrived hero llttsbiiri yesterday uveniiig Cattle Plnie ft Bi33 00 fi edors WEYLER HAS 3 0X3I IK FRESH TROUBLES ImlU mnisaud cow lb 3 6J Ho Illmu light ft 004JI 05 They heavy fj i 00 common to fall ti 5e Snntilsh fciilillcrs ltevolt llecaus Have Not llecn lnltl J6 Hiuip Kxtra fl 4Hai 65 good Key West March 16 Advieei from ft 10314 common IJ OUidJ 4Uj choice lamb is 0JKJ5 25 veal calve ft 003 Havana report that nn uprising of the 8 6J volunteers at Saucti Spiritus has nlready Cincinnati began Two hundred of tho volunteers Wheat SCO 0j Com 24i2Hfo m churs fJ bQH 40 fair to paraded tho streets thero shouting for J iMiii 05 medium eomiiiuii IJ SSffl money nud denouncing the Havana gov- Â¬ 2 00 Hogs Selected and iirlniu butcliurs Thoy ernment iu unmeasured terms 10 packing 3 7 31 80 common f3 8333 looted six or seven stores belonging to to rough 13 1133 05 Sheep fJ 5031 75 Cubans and Spaniards alike not only lnmbj 3 5035 26 taking provisions but nlso clothing and Chicago many other things A small bank man 3 1633 Hoga Solectod butchers 5 aged by the Cubans was broken into and mlxixi II 653 85 Cntllo NittlvoteoM pbout 1S000 taken Where the Cubans t3 2505 10 most mles 1 2531 86 cow Sbccp tJ 6 3 resisted they were murderously as mid bulls ft 2533 60 4 30 luiitb J 7535 5 saulted In four instances tho proprietors of stores wero shot down In cold New York Cattle fl 0035 15 Shccp 3 6031 75 blood Iambi 1 7535 00 Iu tho outskirts of the town a number of tho couutry peoplo who had been camping wero assaulted by tho mob of volunteers and six or seven killed Reports from Gnanubacoa reports that X llayi In Nature Major At the recent meoting of the British career Fousdoviella has again begun his of bloodshed nud murder Ou Association For tho Advancement of tho forbidden road ono mile from the Scienco Dr Dawson Tuckor btated that outskirts of tho town nu exploring the ordinary glowworm omits X rays party found sixteen corpses Some of which will pass through solid bodies them showed thut they wero young even a thiu shoot of aluminium It is persons while others were old The probably not the visible light from tho long tresses of hair found showed that iusoot which does tills for Dt Dawson many women wero among tho murderones Tuckor in his experiments had a good edA detachment of 700 Spanish troops deal of difficulty iu getting tho worms was waylaid by a portion of General to glow but ho fonnd that oyon when Gnrcias force Tuesday and in a two not yisibly affected they gave off a radi Â¬ hours fight that followed oyer 300 ation which affected the photographic Spaniards were killed aud thsy lost large umouut of ammunition plato Â¬ Professor eivroiih U S N who wns re Simon tired fiom a tive service yesterday is rccofiiied n ono of the foremost ninth ninte - of the wo Id He entered the United Htit e I avv as a professor of niatheniiiM on Sept 21 1501 bang ap poiuti i tn m Ma juhasetts For a C o many yeir he was nn ns troiiomer ar the uivni observatory at Wuslniigd ii whwv his work excited the itdiu rat on of scientists throughout this country and abroad Since Soptem ho has bom the director of the ber lbNautical Almanac His contributions to science have been many and vnluable outside of his alloed olllcial work Hirer Lives Lost In a llrn Buffalo March 13 Firo yesterday afternoon gutted the Chicago hotel a 15 ceut bed houso corner of Washing ton aud Exchange streets and causing tho loss of three lives The killed nro Pnddy Brcuunu n pugilist Toddy ODonnell nn expressman nud William Ilnnrahan u sailor Iuniiil Deail In Hathtub Los Anokles March 13 K II Wado agent manager of the Southern California railroad was found dead in tho bathtub in his apartments at the Hollenbeck hotol yesterday Ho had died some time during the night It is thought he died of apoplexy 13 1 11 Â¬ Vastvotov March Â¬ HavaSa Mnrch 15 General Jimenez Castellnnos owing to persistent rumors that tho insurgent government had its headquarters nt San Gcronimo Pneito Piiucipe decided to tnko tho Held on tho ith Proceeding by tho Ye guas road at tho head of a strong column of regulars he begun to encounter groups of insurgents nt n distance of about n mile and n hilf from tho city of Puerto Principe On arriving at tho Los Clnveles farm a distauco of about five kilometers from the city lie en gaged tho ndvaiico guard of tho insur gent nnd u hot fight ensued Tho in surgents wero dispersed but tho troops owing to tho luck of wuter wero com- Â¬ pelled to fall back to tho farm of La Union do Lames At daybreak of the fith tho march was renewed in tho direction of the Arnaiuez ranch From tho commence Â¬ ment of tho march thero had been fro nuent firing upon tho vanguard und flanks of the column nnd this was kent up until it reached the San Joso do Caoba valley where the insurgents hold a position in the edgo of tho forest Tho front and tho right Hank of tho column opened an extensive nnd hot firo nnd nfter an hours fighting the insurgents wero dispersed by the Turagona bat Â¬ talion and other forced which nsed artillery The Insurgents retired in two wings and were pnrsned until they disap peared This Hided the combat The coin n n continued the march to Aiaugnez the insurgents retiring on its Finding tho water supplycom ni rival pletely exhaut d General Castcllanos pushed on to the YegUbs river camping on the banks During tho fight he had several mon severely wounded und as it was not convenient to mrry them ho ordered tho engineers to build n fort whero tho wounded wen left under an escort of 40 men On tho Ith and on the morn ing of tho ith the fort wns attacked by tho insurgents but energetic ally defended with a los to the insurÂ¬ gents of throo killed During tho mlvauco of tho column from Ycgnas river it wns fired on frequently during tho Oth but continued to Sau Gcronimo with constant firing upon the advnnco gnnrd und tlio flanks until Las Larga was reached Hero tho insurgents wero in nmbush iu the woods while n cousidornblo party wns in tho valley Tho column dispersed thorn and renewed tho march toward San Gcroni- Â¬ mo where it finally went into camp as thero was no water elsewhere Within two hours tho insurgents resolutely attacked the position falling upon the ad- Â¬ vance guard But tho latter being re infoiced repulsed them using tho artillery During the day tho camp was at tacked by considerable insurgent forces vho believing that a surprise was possible fought resolutely and wero only repulsed with artillery Genorul Castellanos believes theso at- Â¬ tacks wero made by independent bodies of insurgents who retired after the fight wns ended During the night the insurgents at tacked the camp for tho fourth time but wero repulsed On the 7th nfter reconiioitcring for a long distance the marshes surrounding Sau Gcrouimo without meeting the insurgents tho Spanish column returned to the Ycgnns It had a skirmish in the Carmel woods camping there during tho night tho ndvauco guard was Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ zL lice II CLAY K VANS Â¬ it cno iicniPiLm DiiDoncrc Mr Evnns repro entcd tho Chatta nooga district in congress for soveral years nnd in the Hanison administra- Â¬ tion was first assistant postmaster gen eral Later ho ran for governor of Ten nessee on tho Republican ticket and mado a remarkable campaign Tlio re sult was in doubt for many weeks nnd it was not until nfter n warm fight bo foro a board appointed to review the election that it was announced officially that Governor Turney his Democratic opponent had been ro electcd Ho wns considered for somo timo not unlikely to bo tho sonths ropresontiitivo in Mr MoKinleys cabinet Mr Evans is n business man of conceded executivo nbility Ho is a manufacturer nnd has n largo railway supply and repairing establishment iu Chatta- Â¬ nooga Ho is also a forcoful und effective speaker Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ t i if rjpSS0SSS-HS-- PRICES TALK Does your House 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 THE FOUR AMBASSADORS Names That Will Probably lie Sent to the Senate Next Week Washington March 13 President MoKinleys nominations of tho four ambassadors which havo been anxiously awaited for some days nro likely to bo sent to tho senato next Tuesday and there is a strong probability that tho list will bo as follows Ambassador to Great Britain Colonel John Hay of Illinois Ambassador to Tranco General Hor anco Porter of New York Ambassador to Germany ex Governor Mcrriam of Minnesota Ambassador to Italy Hon William E Draper of Massachusetts Tho first two nominations are regard Â¬ ed as settled boyond further question yet after 20 years of public scrvico the president nover considers n thing douo until the last step has been taken and theso two nominations will bo considered open until tho papers are sent to The tendencies toward the sonato Governor Merriam for tho German mission and ox Representative Draper for Italy are regarded by persons well informed as so strong that little doubt remains ftB to their being on tho list sent to tho senato There is strong reason to believe that John A Logan Jr whose namo has bceu prominently mentioned in connection with the mission to will not receive that appointment It is understood also that considerable doubt has arisen within tho last fow days as to tho apnoiutment of Bellamy Storer as assistant secretary of stato Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Austro-Hun-gary NEVITT r GOUGH BRANDENBURG KY t 41 Loie n a nit Agents lor ureen mver wnisKey t g Submerged Cylinder Deep Well POISCE sFTTsMalE9- Si u u THE EES 3TE12SS With Brass Upper and Brass lined Lower Cylinders with latest improved Seates for sale by Glass Valve ifEv MSN JKym a JW fe Pate Co Jolly Station Ky HOSE VTTACHMT BALL IN HIS BREAST fired on On the 8th tho column marched to gmribou Â¬ Â¬ 1 but Unsuccessful Attempt to Murler anil Hob a Iaymaster Jackson O March 12 As Charles McCall paymaster for tlio Superior Coat company was driving from Wells ton to Superior No 0 nbont five miles north of this placo and having iu his possession about 1700 ho was suddenly accosted by William Ball a former employe of the company recently discharged who with drawn revolver demanded that ho hand over his money McCall emphatically refused whero upon Ball fired tho ball taking effect iu McCalls loft breast This frightened tho horso into a run Bull fired two shots after McCall aud then fled to the McCall was taken to Wellston woods where it was found ho was not fatally wounded tho ball having passed through a heavy overcoat also penetrating a heavy time book which was in his pocket nud lodging against a rib Ball is yet at largo Female Cowboy Demi Peuuy O T March 13 Mrs Clara Omo a western cowboy who claimed to havo killed five men during her ca- Â¬ reer is dead at her homo hero nged B0 years She is a Miss Murtiu aud wns born in New York city moving to Eldorado Kan with her parents when a child Her most desperato encounter took placo iu Littlo Black Tail Canon near But to Mon in February 1880 when she killed Ed Smith Ed Smith found tho woman alouo nud fought her with a hunting knife Mrs Omo used a pistol and after 10 minutes of flerco fighting won out Arrested For Wife Murder Wilminotov Del March IB John Qordy a farmer was nrrested here on suspicion of being tho murderer of tho unknown woman found dead uear Mil- Â¬ ton Ho was seen in company with tho woman Monday and it is thought she was his wifo His former wifo died it is alleged just after he had paccd an 19000 insuninco policy on her life Dastardly Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ MM H m -- H i ALSO DEALERS IN jh iHak m Buggies Fertilizers Field Seeds Steel and Paper Roofing Mowers Binders Reapers Binder Twine Threshers Clover Hullers Rubber Belting Pipe and Fittings Plows Cultivators Corn Drills Paints and Oils Picture Frames Wall Paper Etc Etc HOME FIRST The World Afterwards Every dollar spent in your home store adds to the development of the home industries It helps the growth of the town by helping the growth qf the inÂ¬ -- No Hodles Itecovered PiUSCETON Mnrch Iiul 13 No bodies have yet been found nt tho scono Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ of the Evausville and Terro Haute wreck at Hazlcton Tho water is fulling slowly und some bodies may soon be recovered Awful Fatality iu Algiers Tanoieh March 13 By tho falling of a section of the old wall of tho old town of Fez 180 workmen were killed Tho Justs Banarum of Persia bore tho enviable title the Just The righteousness of his decisions was seldom en Hod in questiou This title has been conferred on several Bionarohs among thoni being Casimlr II of Poland Ferdinand I and James II of Aragon of Arabian Nights fame Khosron of Persia Louis XIII of Franco Pedro I of Haroun-al-Rasohid dividual for we are all more or less dependent upon each other The grent trade centers pay tribute to the big stock We are keeping careful track of your wants nnd constantly adding to the stock to meet them Now dont fail to give me a call AH manner qf produce taken in exchange for goods s CHARLES RADENHEIMER Clifton Mills Ky Portugal Â¬ i L- laiaagea Greymsirs wife brought him home nit of dollies but I understand he mustered up the courage to tell her that 1m had made up hismiiidtoohaugo it Did lie ofcauge itr Oh yes te changed hUwiud GiMtMiMi Enquirer Mo One thing certain Advertising Pays a good spot to put Heres YOUR ANNOUNCEMENTS iM WT- - THR BREGKRNRIDGE NEWS OLOYRRPORT KY BRECKENRIDGE I i oAMdWUlfifatf NEWS -- WEDEN8DAY MAUOII i J 1807 i InauguralAcldress President McKfnley Gloarly Definos His Policy as Chief Exocutlvo Washington At exactly March 118 p m President McKlnley took the oath of ufllco and forthwith delivered his Inaugural address as follows Fellow Citizens 111 obedience to tlio will of tlio peoplu ami jn tliclr pii Hciice by the ntitlmrlty etel hi mu by thin outli I u gutnu tlio arduous uiid reniiouslblo duties of president of tlio United Btntos relying on the support of my countrymen and Invoking tun Kulduneo of Almighty Ood Our fnltli tenches that there Is no safer rellancu than upon the Uod of our faith who bus singularly fnvored the Amerleun people In every national trial nnd will not forsake in to Iouk ns wc obey Ills commandments and walk humbly In Ills footsteps The responsibilities of the high trust to which I hnvo been called always of Bravo Importance tire augmented by the prevail ing biiNlness conditions entailing Idleness upon wilting labor and loss to useful en terprises Tlio country Is suffering from Industrial disturbances from which speedy relief must bo had Our financial system needs some revision our money Is oil good now but Its vulue must not be further threatened It should be put upon an en during basis not subject to eusy nttnek nor Its stability to doubt or dispute Our currency should continue under the super vision of the government The several forms of onr paper money offer In my Judgment n constant embarrassment to tile gov ernments keeping n safe balance In the treasury Therefore I believe It necessary to devise n system which without diminish ing the circulating medium or offering a premium for its contraction will present n remedy for those arrangements which temporally In their nature might well in the years of our prosperity lmve been displaced by wiser provisions With adequate rev enue secured but not until then wo can pnter upon such changes In our fiscal laws ns will while Insuring safety and volume to our money no longer Impose upon tho government the necessity of maintaining so large a gold reserve with Its attendant and Inevitable temptations to speculation Most of our financial laws arc the outgrowth of experience and trial and should not be amended without Investigation nnd demonstration of the wisdom of the pro AVe must be both posed changes sure we n e right nnd mnke haste slowly If congress In Its wisdom therefore shall to create a commission to deem It expedient tako under early consideration tho revision of our coinage banking and currency laws nnd give them that exhaustive careful nnd dlspasslonnte examination that their Im portance demands I shall cordially concur In such action If such power Is vested In the president It Is my purpose to appoint n commission of prominent well Informed citizens of different parties who will command public confidence both on account of their ability and special fitness for tho work Ituslncss experience nnd public training may thus be combined nnd the patriotic zeal of the friends of the country lie so directed that such n report will be made as to receive tho support of nil parties null our finances cease to be the sub Â¬ ject of mere pnrtlsnn contention The ex periment Is at all events worth a trlul nnd In my opinion It cun but prote bene ficial the entire country The question of International bimetallism It will have curly nud earnest attention will be my constant endeavor to secure It by co operation with the other grent com Until that mercial powers of the world condition Is realized when the parity between our gold and silver money springs from nnd Is supported by the relntlvo value of the two metals the value of the silver already coined and of that which may must be kept con bo coined hereafter atnutly ut pnr with gold by every resource Bt our command The credit of the government the Integrity of Us currency nnd the Inviolability of Its obligations must be preserved This was the commanding verdict of the people nnd It will not be unheeded Economy Is demanded In every branch of the government nt alt times but especially In periods like the present of depression In business nnd distress among the people The severest economy must bo observed In nil public expenditures and extravagance stopped wherever It Is found nnd prevented wherever In tho future It may be developed If tho levenues arc to remain ns now the only relief that can come must be lint tho from decrensed expenditures present must not become the permanent condition of the government It has been our uniform practice to retire not Increase our outstanding obligations nnd this policy must ngaln be resumed and vigorously en Our revenues should ulwnys be forced largo enough to meet with ease and prompt ness not only our current needs ami the principal and Interest of the public debt but to muko proper and liberal provision for that must deserving body of public creditors tho soldiers and sailors nnd the widows nnd orphans who are tho pension ers of the United States The government should notbe permitted to run behind or Increase Its debt In times Suitably to provide like tho present ngalnst this Is the mandate of duty the easy remedy for most of our certain nnd A deficiency Is Incv tlnnnclnl dlfllcultles Itablo so long as tho expenditures of tho government exced Its receipts It can only bo met by loans or on Increased revenue WUIlo n largo annual surplus of revenue may Invite wnste nnd cxtrnvngance Inad equate revermo creates distrust and under Nolthcr mines public nnd prlvnto credit should bo encouraged Between more loans tp be but and more revenue there ought We should hnve moro reve one opinion nue nnd thnt without delay hindrance or A surplus In tho treasury postponement created by loans Is not a permanent or safe reliance It will guinea while It lasts but It coil not last long wlillq the outlays of the government tiro greater than Its re Nor must cefpU as In the past two years It bo forgotten that while such loans may temporarily relieve the situation the government Is still Indebted for the amount of the surplus thus accrued which It must ultimately pay while Its ability to pay Is not strengthened but weakened by a con Loans ure Imperative In tinued deticlt great emergencies to preserve tho government or Its credit but a failure to supply needed revenue In tlmo of pence for tho maintenance of either has no Justification Tim best war for the government to maintain Its credit U to pay as It goes not by resorting to loans but by keeping out of debt through an adequate Income se cured by a system of taxation external or Internal or both It l tho Bfttled policy of tho government pursued from the be ginning nnd practiced by all parties and to raise the bulk of our administrations revenue from the tax upon production en Jerlng tho United States for sale nnd con sumption nnd avoiding for the most part every form of direct taxation except In time of war The country Is clearly op posed to any needless additions to the sub jects of Internal taxation and Is committed by It latest popular utteranco to the sys There can be no tem of tariff taxation misunderstanding cither about the prlncl pie upon which this tariff taxation shall bo levied Nothing has ever been mado plainer at n general election than that the control- Ik Vft railing Of reVCHUO llnir nrlnelfilii from duties pn Imports Is xeajous care for American Interests and American labor The people have declared that such legls latlon should be bad as will give ample protection nnd encouragement to the Indus tries and the development of our country It Is therefore earnestly hoped and ex pecml thnt cougres will at the earliest praetlenblo moment enact revenue leglsla tlmi that shall be fair reasonable con servative nnd Just and which while supÂ¬ plying auWflMit revenue for public pur pose wll still ho signally beneficial and helpful to erfry section aud every enter To this policy we are prise of the people all of whatever party bound fry the volee of tho people a power vastly mow poten tial than the expfte vaf apy political ot platform Tho paraatHHt Is ti stop iWlWiwe bf tj aytowwa of ImlilaWsM WWifc kM al that untteettva tfc ways fBHtw TJte FfaWtKJ XM W Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ j strengthen Hip rredlt nf the government lmlh nt home nnd abroad nnd go far to wnrd stopping the drain upon the gold re scno held for the redemption of our cur rency which has been heavy nnd well nigh constant for several years In the revision of the tariff especial at Â¬ tention should be given to the re enactment and extension of tho rerlproclty principle nf the law of 1S0 under which so grent a stimulus was given to our foreign trade In new nnd ndvnntngeoiis markets for our sur plus agricultural nnd manufactured prod nets The brief trial given this legislation nmplv Justified n further experiment nnd nddltlnnnl lUcretlonnry power In the mnk Ing of commerclnl trentles the end In view nlwnys to be the opening up of new mar kets for the products of our country by granting concessions to the products of oth er lands thnt we need nnd can not produce ourselves nnd which do not Involve any loss of Itbor to our own people but tend to increase their employment The depression of the past four years has fallen with especial severity upon the great body of tollers of the country and upon none more than the holders of small farms Agriculture has languished nnd labor suf fered The revival of manufacturing will be n relief to both No poitlon of our pop ulation Is more devoted to tho Institutions of free government nor more loynl In their support while none bears more cheerfully or fully Its proper share In the nmlnteiinneo of the government or Is better entitled to Its Wise and liberal enre nnd protection Legislation helpful to the piodueer Is ben The depressed condition of eficial to all Industry on the farm nnd In the mine nnd factory has lessened the nbllity of the peo ple to meet the demands upon them nnd they rightfully expect thnt not only n sys tem of revenue shnll bo established thnt will secure the largest Income with the least burden but thnt every means will be taken to decrease rather than Increase our public expenditures iiusiness coniiuinns are not the most promising It takes tlmo to restore the prosperity of former years If we can not promptly nttnln It we can resolutely turn our faces In thnt direction nnd aid Its retnrn by friendly legislation However troublesome the situation mny appear congress will not I am sure bo found Incklng In disposition or nbllity to relieve It ns far as legislation can do so The restoration of confidence nnd the re vival of business which men of nil parties so much desire depend more largely upon the prompt energetic nnd Intelligent action of congress than upon nny other single agency affecting the situation It Is Inspiring too to remember thnt no grent emergency In the las years of onr eventful national life has ever arisen that has not been met with wisdom and equr ngp by the Amerlcnn people with fidelity to their best Interests nnd highest destiny nnd to the honor of the American name These yenrs of glorious history hnve exalt ed mankind nnd advanced the cnuse of free dom throughout tho world nnd Immeasura bly strengthened the precious free Institutions which we enjov The people love and The grent will sustain these Institution essential to our happiness and prosperity we adhere to the principle upon Is thnt which the government was established nnd Insist upon their fiilthful observance Equality of rights must prevail and our laws be nlwnys nnd everywhere respected We may have failed In tho nnd obeyed discharge of our full duty ns citizens of this great republic but It Is consoling nnd encouraging to realize thnt free speech n free press free thought free schools tho free nnd unmolested right of religious liberty anil worship nnd free and fair elections nre universally enjoyed more than ever before These guarantees must be securely preserved nnd wisely strengthened The constituted authorities must be cheerfully nnd vigorously upheld Lynching most not be tolernted In n great and civilized society like the United States courts not mobs must execute the penalties of the law The preservation of public order the right of discussion the Integilty of courts nnd the orderly administration of Justice must continue forever the rock of safety upon which our government securely rests One of the lessons taught by the late election which nil can rejoice In Is thnt the citizens of the United States are both law respecting nnd law abiding people not easily swerved from the path of patriotism nnd honor This Is In entire accord with the genius of our Institutions nnd but em phasizes tho advantages of Inculcating even a grenter love for law and order In tho future Immunity should be granted to none who violate the Inws whether individuals corporations or communities nnd ns the constitution Imposes upon the president the duty of both Its own execution nnd of the statutes enacted In pursuance of Its provisions I shnll endeavor carefully to enrry them Into effect Tho declaration of the party now restored to power has been In the past thnt of opposition to all combina tions of enpttnl organized trusts or other wise to control arbitrarily tho condition of trade among our citizens nnd it has sup ported such leglslntlon ns will prevent the execution of nil schemes to oppress the people by undue charges on their supplies orjiy unjust rntes for the transportation of their products to market This purpose will be steadily pursued both by tho enforcement nf the laws now In existence nnd the rccommemlntlon nnd support of Biich new statutes ns may bo necessary to carry Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ nnd Immigration Inws should be further Improved to the constant promotion of n snfe n better nnd a higher citizenship A grave peril to the republic would be n citizenship too Ignorant to un derstand or too vicious to appreciate the great value nud beneficence of our constitution nnd laws nnd against nil who come here to mnko wnr upon them our gates must be promptly nnd tightly closed Nor must we be unmindful of the need of Im provement niuong our own citizens but with the zenl of our forefathers encourage the spread of knowledge nnd free educa Â¬ Illiteracy must be banished from the tion land If wo shall nttnln thnt high destiny as It Into effect Our naturalization of adjustment nf differences between em ployers and employes by the Iortv nlnth congress In lSSfl nnd Its application wns extended to our diplomatic relations by the unanimous concurrence of the senate nnd ltnnse nf ths Klftyflrst congress In 1MH The latter resolution wns nccepted ns the basis nf negotiations with us by the llrltlsh house of commons In ISM and upon onr Invitation n treaty of arbitration between the United Stales and Oreat Ilrltiln was signed nt Washington and transmitted to the senate for Its rati flea Hon In Januarv Inst Since this trenty Is clenrly the result of our own Initiative since It has been rec ognlred ns the lending fenturn of our foreign policy throughout our entlro national history the adjustment of difficulties by Judicial methods rather than by force of arms nnd since It presents to the world the glorious example of reason nnd pence not passion and wnr controlling the rein tlons between two of the greatest nations of the world nu exninple certain to be fob lowed by others I respectfully urge the early action of the senate thereon not merely ns a matter nf policy but as n duty to mankind The Importance and moral Influence of fie ratification of such n treaty can hardly be oerestlmnted In the cause It mny well en nf advancing civilization gnge the best thought of the statesmen and people of every country nnd I enn not but consider It fortunate thnt It wns reserved to the United States to have the leadership In so great u work It has been the uniform practice of each president to nvold ns far as possible the convening of congress In extraordinary seslon It Is nn example which under ordinary circumstances nud In the absent o of n public necessity Is to be commended Hut a failure to convene the repiesentntlves of the people In con gress In extra session when It Involves neg lect of public duty places the responsibility of such neglect upon the executive himself Thecnndtlo iof the public treasury ns hns been Indicated demands tho Immedlnte consideration nf congress It alone has the power to provide revenues for the govern ment Not to convene It under such cir cumstances I can view In no other sense thnn the neglect of a plain duty I do not sympathize with the sentiment thnt con gress In session is dangerous to our general business Interests Its members arc the agents of the people nnd their presence nt the sent of government In the execution of the sovereign wilt should not operate ns an Injury but ns n benefit There could be no better time to put the government upon n sound financial and economic basis than now The people hnve only recently voted thnt this should be done nnd nothing Is more binding upon the ngents of their will thnn the obligation nf Immedlnte nctlon It hns always seemed to me that the post ponement of the meeting of congress until more thnn n yenr after It has been chosen deprived congress too often of the Inspiration of the popular will nnd the country of the corresponding benefits It Is evident therefore thnt to postpone nctlon In the presence of so grent n necessity would be unwise on the pnrt of the executive un just to the Interests of the people Our nctlons now will bo freer from mere parti san consideration than If the question of tnrlff revision be postponed until the regu We nre nearly lar session of congress two years from n congressional election nnd pnlltlces enn not so grently distract us as If uch contest wns immediately pend ing We can approach the problem calmly and patriotically without fearing Its effect upon nn early election Our fcllow cltlzens who mnv disagree with ns npon the char acter of this legislation prefer to have the question settled now even ngalnst their preconceived views nnd perhnps settled so rensoiinhlv ns I trust nnd believe It will be ns to ensure great permanence thnn to hnve further uncertainty menacing tho vast and varied business Interests of the United Again whatever action congress Stntes mny tnke will be given n fnlr opportunity for trial before the people are called to pnss judgment upon It nnd this I consider n great essential to the right nnd lasting settlement of the question In view of these considerations I shnll deem It my duty ns president to convene congress In extrnor dlnnry session on Monday March 15 1807 In conclusion I congratulate the country upon the fraternal spirit of the people and the manifestation of good will everywhere so nppnrent The recent election not only most fortunately demonstrated the obliteration of sectional or geographical lines but to some extent nlso the prejudices which for years have distracted our councils nnd marred nur true grentness as a nation The triumph of the people whose verdict Is carried Into effect today Is not the triumph of one section nor wholly of one party but The of all sections nnd nil tho people north nnd south no longer divide on the old but upon principles nnd policies nnd lines in this fact surely every lover of the country enn find cnuse for true felicitation Let ns rejoice In nnd cultivate this spirit It is ennobling nnd will be both n gain and n blessing to our beloved country It will be my constant aim to do nothing and permit nothing to be done thnt will arrest or dis turb this growing sentiment of unity nnd co operation this revival of esteem and animates so many affiliation which now thousands In all sections but I shall cheerfully do everything possible to promote nnd Increase It Let me again repeat the words of the oath ndmlnlstered by the chief Justice which in their respective spheres so far ns applicable I would have my countrymen I will faithfully execute the observe otlice of president of the United States nud will to the best of my ability preserve protect and defend the constitution of the United Stntes This Is the obligation I have reverently taken before the Lord Most High To keep it will be my single purpose my constant prayer and I shall confidently rely upon the fnrbenrnuce and assistance of all the people In the solemn discharge of my sol amn lespouslbllltles Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ hy dfschnrglng my duty In such a mntincr as to lighten your Inbor secure your appro elation of mv honest efforts to administer your rules with nu eye single to the nubile good nnd promote the pleasant nnd efficient Llko biliousness dyspepsia headache constl transaction of the public business I trust thnt nur official nnd nersnnnl rela nation sour stomach Indigestion are promptly tions mnv be nllke ngreenble thnt the cured by Hoods Tills They do their woik friendships wi mny form here mnv he genuine and lnstlng and that tho work nf the senntn mnv redound to the pence nnd honor of the eo utitrv n emhtpinnltresv cwmflcs nf the eniitifrv and the prosperity nnd hap piness of all the nein1 Â¬ Liver Ills 11 1116 I U WsVWsVsWsV WVsWsVsVsW THE WISE BACHELOR What lie Has to Hny About Men Women nnd Children It would bo ti good dcnl moro souslblo if tho men luul nlutpcroiis A ninu never behoves thnt tlio girl ho is going to ninrrr coultl over grow ns fnt ns her mother Tlio mnn who puts off gotting his teeth fixed befnro ho gets married is nlwnys too poor af forward bconusa lie lias to pny for tho childrens musio lessons womans first baby is 4 When months old alio isnt htippy till sho takes it to n photographer and hns its pioturo taken sitting on iv hair rug with all its clothes off A girl cant bo in iovo and hnvo n bad cold in tho bond at tho same time When a man says thnt nobody cares whether ho lives or dies ho isnt adver tising himself very well A woman loves a man better for some Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ easily and thoroughly B1 Best alter dinner pills B 1a7 23 cents All druggists Trepared by C I Hood Co Lowell Mass The only Pill to take with Hoods Snrsnparllla Hoods THE NATIONAL W C T 5 t m family or wmm use yotj wAsr3 1 Pure jjpple JJrandy I make n specialty of Fine Apple Brandy guaranteed I use nothing but sound and to be strictly unadulterated ripe fruit My Brandy is all fermented in tubs not in cement cisterns so that mean disagreeable flavor is not detected Desirous of introducing my goods will make special prices on one to lour gallon packages 05 goocts fzoo per gatton and 07 foods it7ci ncrpallon o b All packages securely scaled and shipped on short notice times hurting her feelings When a girl admits that sho has n corn sho says sho must quit wearing such looso shoes No matter how poor n stick ho is a woman always thinks her husband is an undiscovered genius A man always shuttles around and looks uucomfortublo when his wife talks about things that happened on Finns For tlio Next Aununl feathering nt M Louis Tho twenty third ntiuunl convention of tho National W C T U which is to bo hold in St Louis Nov 13 to 18 will bo in many respects one of tho most remarkable gatherings of this organization It will bn held in Musio lmll Ex position building which scuts 4000 pcoplo nud tho stage 1000 moro Ono of tho features of interest will bo nu Armenian mass meeting Sunday tho 15th Thoso who havo tluno most for thn causo for tho sulloriug Armenians nro expected to bo there in poison and mako brief addresses Tho aim is not only to make this a scrvico of arousal for tho aid of Armenia but nlso it mo moriul to tho 100000 who havo been Â¬ Â¬ u CM SMITH Andyville Ky n 1fcW Good Health Depends Upon Your Teeth Being in Order slaughtered Tho convention sermon is to bo preached by Miss Elizabeth V Green wood worlds and national superintendent of ovangclistio work A speoiul feu turo of tho convention is to bo mado of childrens work Â¬ Â¬ 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 your work with a guarantee to give satisfaction at exceedingly low prices It is to your interest to consult us HARDIN WILDER Brandenburg Ky their honeymoon A man isnt likely to enjoy hearing his wifo talk witli a woman who remembers him when ho was n boy When a woman tells you somo goisip about another woman sho always bo gins by saying Isnt it awful how she Â¬ Halls and entrances are Marble and Tiling of the finest quality 2000 has got herself talked about When a woman gets nn idea sho must Yardg of Brilliant New Velvet Carpet Adorn the Floors of Bed rooms sho hunts around and bo economical Parlors and Upper Halls Offices and Dining room Beautifully Deco linds an old skirt to rip up It isnt Unit a mail doesnt seo tho rated and Brilliantly Lighted Its equipments throughout are withont faults in tho woman ho is in lovo with a superior in tho South rate of charges considered but somehow tho faults seem lovablo Aftor all a mans household goods havo been carted around tlio strcots on Over 10000 have been expended in this recent improvement a moving vim ho feels ns though tlio out into professional and from the RATES 2 AND S250 PER DAY neighbors had taken an unfair advati carelessnchs of ignorance havo either tago of him been killed or maimed for lifo A man hurts himself moro in his wifes estimation by being brutal to other poop a than ho does by boing brutal to her kJ THE Beforo n man is 25 ho spends most of Great RESTORER his tlmo trying to mako tho girls think ho is n devil of n follow After that ho Restores pirfect neaui Moranu spends most of it trying to mako them tiianliuod mil rethink ho isnt moves all obsta The woman who fusses nud scolds cles to marriage Ji u - Fostoro3 the Uand slaps tho children for an hour be vi entire neivous foro Sunday school timo is often tho ICY sysUm and stops all Southeast Gor of Twelfth y Main LOUISVILLE samo ouo who sits in tho parlor all tho viLI losses Re ovoniug witli tho blinds up aud plays of the moves clfecta Selling Fee Reduced to 150 per hhd and 1 per cent Commission sins of youth and ex Now York hymns on tho molodoon cesses of later years Pross Removes all eilects Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ltulloon Accidents In 1800 Sinco balloon nscensions began thero havo novor been so many aeronauts injured ns during tho year 1890 Fourteen of them havo been either killed or badly injurod by accidcutR Two of these unfortunates wero women and both wero killed Professional balloon men nscribo tho accidents to ignornuco and carelessness Only threo of tho 14 ncionuuts referred to woro of long experience It has happened that this season thero has been u great domaud for aero nauts from circuses and fair associations Tho result hns been that many ambitious students havo suddenly blossomed Â¬ Â¬ The Willard Hotel LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Has Recently Been Converted Into a Modern Palace W Scott Miller Jr Manager Â¬ NERVE LIFE PVNS- - Â¬ ti ry h GOLDEN RULE TUB Â¬ Independent Tobacco Warehouse CO W B TATE Â¬ youth rather sharply over tho top of his glasses I gather from your remarks ho said that you would liko to ho my son-in-la- Whnt lie Wanted The old gentleman looked at tho of dissipation nd re palra all wnsto places Your daughter considorablo aspority hns enough money in hor own right to Chicago Post satisfy mo Seemed to ltemlnd Illm Speaking of that yellow old hum bug Li Hung Chang By Georgo Im glad you spoko of him If he woro hero ho would probably ask mo How about that letter your wifo gavo you tho other day Havo you mailed it yet Ill go aud do it right Chioago Tribuno now Â¬ Â¬ I dont caro a continental about rotorted tho young man with that diseases and restores development to all parts of the bedy NERVE LIFE Is the only purely scientific treatment and affords relief from tlio first days use It removes tho cause and assists nittuie to effect a euro Cure Special discount to physicians guaranteed Onr new ttcatiso en Nervous Diseases Manhood it3 Loss and Recovery mailed free in plain sealed wrapper for two 2 cent stamps Mention this paper Send 50c lor Trial Treatmtot and be Convinced NERVE LIFE MEDICAL CO KALAMAZOO MICH Cures IfiboaiDiaand teatores refreshing sleep Cures Im potence and restores full vital power Cures all wasting RoDlqnrl Saw Works Rijiln Siwa of All Kinds Particular nttentlon given to repairing large Circular Sawp HinnirinjanJ Straightening Spdclalty a Every Saw tested by stam before it leaves tho shop Kvery Saw warranted Workmanship the very best Prices lower than any shop in America Mark your name on Saws and send a letter of advice as to repairs wanted THE RJ3XP03r SAW WORKS HOOKIORT INI PENMANSHIP ETC THE PUEBLO WOMEN ami Ploturenque ns Olrls aud State ly as Young Mother Tho Pneblo Indian women aro often very pretty as girls nnd eohio of them Fvett Â¬ Â¬ E00K KEEPINO M w tft mmmm the foremost of the enlightened nations of the woild which under Providence we aught to achieve lleforniH In the civil servlco must go on Hut the change should be real and genu inenot perfunctory or prompted by n zeal In behalf of nny party simply because It happens to bo In power As a member of congress I voted nnd spoke In favor of the present aw and I shnjl attempt Its enforce ment In the spirit In which It was enacted The purpose In view was to secure the most efficient ereo of the best men who would necept appointment uiuler the government retaining faithful and devoted public ier vnnli In office but shielding none under the authority of any rule or custom who nrv Incompetent or unworthy The InoirUMent best Interests nf tho country demand this and the people heartily approve the law wherever and whenever It has been thus administered Congiess should give prompt nttentlon to the restoration of nur American mer chant marine once the pride of the sens In oil the great ocean highways of commerce To my mind few more important subjects so Imperatively demand Its Intelligent consideration The fulled States has pro- gresed with marvelous rapidity In every field of enterprise and endeavor until we have become foremost In nearly all the grent lines of Inland trade commerce nnd Industry Yet while this Is true the mer chant marine hns been steadily declining until It Is now lower both In the percentage of tonnage nnd the number of vesels em ployed than l wns prior to the cvl war Commendable progress has been made of late years In tho upbuilding of the Ameri can nnvjk lint wo must supplement these efforts by providing ns n proper consort for It n merchant marine amply sulllclent for our own carrying trade to foreign coun The question Is one that appeals tries both to our business necessities nud the pa triotic aspirations of a great people It has heei the policy of tho United State Blnco tho foundation of the government to cultivate relations of pence and amity with all the nations of the world and this ac cord with my conception nf our duty now We have clerUhed the policy of noninter- Â¬ ference with the nffalrs of foreign govern ments wisely Inaugurated by Washington keeping ourselves free from entanglements either as nllles or foes content to leave undisturbed with them the settlement of It will be their own 1ometle concern nur aim tp pursue a firm and dignified for elgn policy which shall he Just Impartial erer wntrhful of nur national honor and al ways Insisting upon tho enforcement of he lawful rlaliu of Amerlcnn citizens every where Our diplomacy should seek nothing more and nivept nothing less than I duo us We want nq wars of eonqnet we must avoid the temptation of territorial agres Â¬ sion Wnr should newr be entered nnon until very ngBny of peaov has failed IVaeoM preferable to war Arbitration I the true mrthtx of settlement of Interna IimWvMmI differ m tlwul as mama l TJlltf t Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tick rnKMiJfcvrs address Mr llobnrt Promises to Do All In Ql Power Fur the Country Washington March 4 Upon being Inducted Into office Vice President Ho bart BpoHo Senators To have been elected to preside over the senate of the United State Is a distinction which any citizen would prize and the manifestation of confidence which It Implies U an honor which I sincerely appreciate My gratitude and loynlty to the people of the country to whom I owe this honor and my duty to you as well demand such a conservative equitable and conscientious construction and enforcement of your rule as shnll promote the well being uud prosperity of the people and at the same tlmo conserve the time honored precedent und established traditions which have contributed to make this tribunal the most distin guished of the legislative bodies of the Â¬ Â¬ as follows Â¬ mako stately young mothers writes Hamlin Garlaud in Ladies Homo JourThey work generally in groups of nal threo or four cooking whitewnshiug weaving or painting pottery Thoy com to havo u good deal to chatter about und their smiling foces uro very agree Â¬ able They havo most excellent white teeth Their ceremonial dross is vory picturesque especially tho costume of the A com a nnd Islotn girls All burdens nro carribd by tho womuu of Acoma Islcta and Lnguua upon the head and thoy have in consequence a magnifi cent carriage even late in lifo Tho old women of Walpi on tho contrary aro bent nnd down lookiug They carry their burdens on their backs Blung in a blanket Tho girls of Isletu wear a light cloth over their heads Spanish fushion and manage it with fine grace and coquetry Tho everyday dress of tho Hopl women consists of a sort of kilt which is wrapped around the hips aud fastened with a belt a modification of tho blanket or wolf skin Above this a sort of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ BEST TRAINS iijvzm TO Kansas City Montana Colorado Pacific Coast Utah Washington Omaha Who desires to better his or her condition in life should writo for tho cataloguo of tho sM d C4uiazyptWtOfts 400 THIRD 8THEET IiOUISVILIiE SHORT HAND TELEGRAPHY BRYANT No STRATTON BTffJJg KY St Paul Nebraska Black Hills VIA J T DP OWEIfcT with PICKETT TOBACCO - WAREHOUSE C A Bridges Co oiias w G St Louis or Chicago VESTIBULED TRAINS bridges bridges A IMIIUMlirTOIO Cor Elrjhth and Main Streets LOUISVILLE KY FOUR MONTHS STORAGE FREE SLEEPERS DINING GARS CHAIR OARS F M RUGG Safety THAV s AQENT Ea 2s RATES PCH DAY Tho mottcentr II j located Hotel In ttw city CONSULT TICKET AOENT OR PASSn world In entering upon the duties of the office to which I have been chosen I feel a pecu- Â¬ liar delicacy for I nut aware that your body with whom for n time I will be asso- Â¬ ciated has had but a small voice In the se Â¬ lection of It presiding officer and that I am railed uitoii to conduct your delibera- Â¬ tions while not perhaps your choice In point of either merit or fitness It will be my constant effort to aid yon bo far as I mny In all reasonable expedition of the business nf the senate and I may be permitted to express the belief that such expedition I the hope of the country All the Interests of good government and the advancement toward n higher nnd better ttV wl la0f condition of things call for prompt and positive legislation nt your hands To obstruct the regular course of wise nnd prudent leg islative nctlon after the fullest and freest discussion Is neither consistent with true senatorial courtesy conducive to the wel fare of the people nor In compliance with their Just expectations While nssltlug In the settlement of the grave questions which devolve upon tho senate nf the United States It will be my endeavor to so guide Its deliberation that It wisdom may be made fruitful In Its work whilst at the same tlmo exercising such fairness and Impartiality within tba rules of the senate as shall deserve at least your good opinion for the sincerity of my effort Unfamiliar with your rules and manner nf procedure I can only promise jthat I wll bring all the ability I possess to the faithful discharge of every duty as It may de volve iiinn me relying always upon your suggestions your advice and your co opera tin n nnd I should feel unequal to the task did I not trustfully anticipate that Indulgent aid and consideration which you have at all times given to my predecessors and without whleb I could not hope to acquit myself tq your satisfaction or with any de gree of personal credit aim to Justify the It shall ho my high Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ sleevoloss ohemiso partly covers tho Their hair is carefully temjed bosom but is worn in an ungraceful mode by Thn women of somo of the women Hauo cut tho hair in front square ucross about to tho liuo of tho lips whilo tho back hair is gathered iuto a sort of billot Tho front hair huugs down over the faces often concealing ouuoyo Tho unmarried womeii iu Walpi wear their hair in n strange wuy They coil it iuto two big disks just nbovo their cars tho iuteut being to symboliio their youth and promise by imitating tho squash flower the matrons correspond ingly dress their hair to symbolizo tho Somo of tho uiuldoiis ripened squash urn wouderfully Jupaneto iu uppear Â¬ ST LOUIB MO Comfort Louisville and knsvilk -- - Packet Line Fnt Mill Lino Ilttween gn INCOUlOltAIEl rahiXMSil L KD 5glguisviLLEKY Louisville and Evansville BTEAMEIIS WheelTobaccoCo THE SUN Â¬ Tho First of American Newspa- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ f HM UtcaaWfltliiM JMWtf JaHM Ship your tobacco to the Wheel Tobac- Â¬ pers CHARLES A DANA Editor co Co the only tobacco firm that la co- Â¬ operative Kvery one who ships ua live nuce The American Constitution the liogBheadtt bocomes a member ol the L T Conner Parser company anil uharea in all future profits American Idea the American Spirit Penny Muter PL Something to Depend On Dont bo fooled by amenta false promises These firs las and all the time Mr James Jones of the drug firm of rebates and IiIr prices We charge lew Cowdon III In speaking of Joiifs 8on W D Kewbell Purler than over before our regular fees have forever Dr Kings New Discovery saya that last R II BalUrJ Muter 6 a year been reduced from fifty centa to one dol- Dally by mail - - winter his wife was attacked with La STAGGS lar per hogshead to suit the low pricca Grippe and her case grew so serious that Daily and Sunday by mall 8 a year now being PU You will get tho best Dill except StturiUy between Louliilll physicians at Cowdon and Tana could do ia handled attention overy hogshead nothing for ber It seemed to develop end 1ew AuuWrdttn with the greatebt care and no rejection Having Dr Freight hipped by tbli llnedellrered quick into IUsy Corsnraption unit sa actually necessary We will re- Â¬ and sell er tbin by rail Kings New Discovery In soie mit by check or reRUtered letter Office Travelert will find the iteameri art iur ipg lolts ol U he took a bottle home and and sales room South east cornerof Main begin to get paned In equipment and accommodationi to the surprise of all she bait culinary we employed at eooki and and 12th streets Txmisvllle Ky Mark is the greatest Sunday Newspaper better from first dose and half dozen The menu li equal to that of tbs belt boteli yourbojsheads in the world her sound and well the dollar bottles cured General ofiloei 170 ad ITS 4th Arenue TOBAOOOOO Dr Kings New Dseovery for Consumpt Â¬ Louinllle maU 2 ion Coughs asd Colds U guarauteed to WMimUOESecy PrrCe5cacepy WYMIIT do this good wrk Try it Free- trial DLPKNNY BUN N w Yarltv Aeldrcaa THK LOUISVILLE KY Prei Sopt tettta at A K Hsbers Dt ut U P St E G ItAGON Maiter WA Byn Blitaop Tarm TARASCON TELL CITY Â¬ PD The Sunday Sun ly WHEEL ayw THE BREOKRNRIDGR NBW8 OLOVKRPORT Breckenridge News 1897 KLf IRVINGTON WEDNESDAY JIAItOH SI EIGHT PAGES NOTICE Nates for announcements In these columns arc at follows Cash Inudvance in eery chmi Circuit Judec or Attorney Jloou County Offices 500 CIRCUIT 1UDOK 1 am cnndkltte Tor reelection at Circuit JuJje of the 9th Judioal District subject to the action of I recojrnle the Chicago the Democratic party Platform of 1896 at trio true eJtonrrn nf Dtmuctnlk principles T It AI HEATH January ist 1897 Ajnr congratulations o Mr and Mrs Jemio Herndou Mrs Gardner Is visiting her parents near Union Star Miss Sarah Carter of LouIbvIIp is a gurst cf Miss Mollie Lyons Mrs H M Jolly anticipates a trip to Ixmlavlllp this week to hear the great spent Saturday ami Sunday nt llewleyvillc with her parents Mr and Mrs W J Piggott Miss Lucy Frank and Mr Hugh Hardaway of Dew ley vlllo vicinity weie in attendance at church Sunday Dont forget to come out to hear Dr Hawes Elocutionist at tlio Baptist church next Monday night the SUth Admission 15 nnd 25 cents Quito a delegation of the joung peo- Â¬ ple from Webster came up to church Sunday a in and Sunday evening We are always glad to welcome the stranger within our gates Miss Ella Hemlrick of Long Branch Miss Beula Bennett Miss Ada Hanks and Dr L B Moorman were entertained by Miss Nora Henderson Sunday at the residence of U M Jolly Mies Xora Henderson tang Holy City at church Sunday Her rendition was most heartily appreciated and enjiyed by the many who nre not slow to bestow praise when bo highly deserved MuGlolhau Mrs Lucinda Slith of Gustou Mrs Laura Kurtz and Mrs Dr Belle Kurtz of Webster Mrs T J Jolly of Bewley ville were among the benign faces we welcomed at services during the quarter- Â¬ ly meeting Bro Overton held quarterly Confer-Â¬ ence In the M E church Saturday and Sunday He preached five sermons administered the cacrament had love featt on Sunday and had three additions to the church Mr T J Jolly and Mr A B Coleman vied with each other on Sunday School Moody Mr and Mis It P Out door life and Scotts Emulsion of Cod liver Oil with Hypophosphitcs have cured thousands of cases of consumption In the early stages They cure old advanced cases too but not so many nor so prompt- Â¬ ly When a case is so far ad- Â¬ vanced that a cure cannot he made even then SCOTTS EMULSION checks the rapid ity of the disease relieves the pains in the chest reduces the night sweats and makes the cough easier In these cases it comforts and prolongs life Dont experiment with cures that destroy the digestion Pin your faith to the one remedy which has been THE STAN Â¬ Willi tion mtKPSSESE3SEE S2g3ggE8DSJ V o CLOTHING IPOtt COMMONWEALTHS ATTOUNKY lam a candidate for re election to the office of Commonwealths Attorney of the 9th Judicial Dis Â¬ trict ol Kentucky subjict to the action of the WEED S CIIKLr Democratic party hOIl SKNATOH TE are authorized to announce KI1SIIA ASK Ty CRAFT as a candidate lor the Mate Senate tubiect to the action ol the Democratic pa ty Tub late Hoods linvo done treat dam age to property on the lower Missicsppi Tub lion Gus liichardeon of Meade wnn at llawesville last Monday Gun has lots of staunch frleuda in Hancock Ki lsiiA Aslicraft announced himself at Ho tnado a llawesville lost Monday good impression down there nad lias a host of friends MEN ft -IfcTID -A- dard for Over SCOTT 20 Years Book about it free for the asking For file by all druggists at 50c and 100 B0VVNE New York 6 T We are in receipt of a bright little Col lege paper The Bailey Springs Journal Daily Springs Ala Miss Ella Stuart Goodson Is the f Editor-in-Chie- Â¬ WEBSTER Spring came Saturday Wheat may be a little too forward L M Matheny went to Clifton Mil s Sunday Work is progressing nicely on Py ne it Comptons store Quite a crowd attended church at Irv ington from here Sunday S Born to the wife of Jesse lltrndontlio 21st lust a nine pound boy Ether Hall came up from Cloverport Saturday to visit his parents Joe Jeffries had some fine decorating done on his show windows last wick Our social circle gladly welcomed Frd Moorman lack from Utopia last week The situation still remains open hern for some energetic pushing blacksmith S Geo Hook of Gat field was over last week the puest of Miss zze Hall Mrs Harry Stiwnrt returned last Sun day from several dajs visit to HigSprinr Mis Jus Lew in of Braudeuburg Is visiting her daughter Mis Jewo Hem don Sinking creek ws on an old tine tear last week shutting off much of our trade The continuous rails have thrown farmers behind willi their spring worl No oats sown and but little corn ground broken A crowd of men and bojs composed a party from hre lust Sunday to the famous Penitentiary cave ubout two miles South of here The people of this community are cor Â¬ dially invited to attend Sunday School here and start in at the beginning of the S cond quarter the first Sunday in April Uncle Jeremiah Norton living three miles from here and sged eighty six years walks here about once each week and canies a bucket full of butter and 1 Â¬ 3 It is reported that Weyler is soon to withdraw from Cuba nnd carry his whole army with him This would be an end to Spanish Utile in that country T I Harcjs who died last week in Marshall county this Slate was eighty five years old He was a magistrate for Bixty fiyo years and had married 1000 couples Tiiosk Republicans who have had vis ions of fourth class post oillces running through their bruins for the lust rix months have been rr quested to take a back seat and wait for further orders I he very decided stand taken by Gov Ilradley in refusing to interfere with the lgal execution of Jackson and Walling should further commend him to the favor of the good people of Kenlucky irrespective of parties BOYS xjL JL Tin height of Mr Dingley and his tarifJ bill is to protect the manufacturer and let the farmer shift for himself Wo imagine there will be a good deal of shifting on the part of the manufacturer when he comes to selling his product to the farmer lltEaiDEXT McKinley announces that he intends to carry out the Civil Jervict Notice reform measure This means that merit Why buy Inferior or doubtful brandy and qualifications aro to be the slaudard when Burchs Pure Apple can be had so in the distribution of the public oilices conveniently and so cheap under his charge This is a good sart Send C 0 D Price 2 00 per gallon by the new President if he will only see jug included W L Burch that it is carried out Ithodelia Ky The Indianapolis crowd threaten to call a convention in this State and nomi nate a candidate for clerk of the Court of Appeals provided the Democrats make a nomination They will have as little authority for this as any other act they have done the past year But their nomination will not disturb any one Â¬ Â¬ temperance talk last Sunday at the Methodist Sunday School Amen and amen brothers your plan for extermeu ating the liquor tialU is certainly com mendable Mrs Grinnell let mo tell joii you Brandenburgers are not iione when H comes to pretty and line baby girls for reference see little MNs Catherine Wimp the sweetest and brightest little darling you everstw and there are others too but space forbids mention Speaker Blandford of the House is the best presiding officer that has occu Â¬ pied the chair in the Lower House in many years He is not only a good pai llameutarian but he is alwajs alert and is as firm as a rock when the IIous is in a tumult Sunday Critic Certainly He is a Breckenridge county boy Â¬ VEST AAAuvAAAftAlAAAAAlA DRY GOODS NOTIONS A NEW STOCK COMPLETE GLENDEANE Lippincot axes only lOo at Browns Bob Crider Pordiville was here Sun Â¬ day Utv Donald Grant Is just as much at home on the church roof as he is In the pulpit He handles a hatchet with as much ease and race as he does the words of holy writ The new Presby Â¬ terian church is now under roof nnd it is due to his energy his hard work nnd good management that it Is done The chaplain of the Missouri Senate in his openiug prayer the other day began it in these words O Lord bltrs Grover Cleveland and when ho dies take him to thjself in heaven Well wo dont know what the Lord may do with Grover but one thing curtain the Democratic party has fouud him u pretty tough citizen I UH The finest piece of Journalism we have seeu in twenty years was that displayed by the Courier Journal in handling the Corbett FIIslmmons light last week It was by far the most complete the clev erest and most intelligent account of that great event thnt appeared in any of the big dailies in the country We congratulate the boys on the fifth floor A splendid piece of work gentlemen Â¬ Â¬ Joe Mattingly returned from Owens boro Saturday Seven pounds of Arbuckles coffee for 1 at Browns Mr Cass KhoJes is very III liemorage of lungs is his trouble Miss Alice Brown went up to Harned Saturday to visit her parents Bent Dockery bud Bill Cannon of McDaniels were heio Saturday Mrs Helen Compton of Whitesville visitLtl Mrs Ollie Hayes last week Dr Dempster was called to McDan iels Saturday to see Mr Will McDauiel a paraljtic Sam Smiths case of measles at the Mattingly House is the only case r main ing in the neighborhood A Mr Bezaith of Fulls of Rough was here Saturday He rented Mrs Lucy Hunters farm for the year Magistrate after next November James Moorman and wife spent Sunday at Planters Hall guests of W It Moor- Â¬ man n egg Nevada not content with political freaks further difgraces hers df by toler Â¬ ating prlzi lighting She should be purged from the United States and told to the Sandwich Islands It will bo good business for the pastor here when the matrimonial bleak is made ns there are several coutiles here with all arrangements made and who staud without a single excuse for delay IN GENTS FURNISHING LINE GOODS MATTINGS RUGS CARPETS The selection surpassing all previous lines shown Shirts of every description at prices that will astonish you Come in and price and be convinced of the fact that we are offering goods remarkably low All mail orders given prompt attention There are other Pebbles on the Beach In this case the other pebble It THE BLICKENSDERFER If jou cant pronounce the name spell it A typewriter visible writing per menant alignment interchangeable pe direct printing and inking Not a toy but a real thing Weight six pounds Price 35 00 II WEST VIRGINIA SUPPLY CO if nt rat Agents for Ky and V Va P Wisdom Joe al Aunt 240 5th it 1011 K v Kj tMf WAVAlkWAtlvAlvadkl KJ j r- - Hows This 1 VvywwvwyyvvwyvwwiwwiwAwwvyyvwwwwvWf W H BOWMER SON We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that can njt be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY CO Props Toledo O We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the lost fifteen years and be Â¬ lieve him perfectly honorablo in all bus Iness transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm West it Truax Wholesale DruggihtTole do O Walding Kinnan Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo Ohio Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internal lyf acting directly upon the blood nnd mucous surfaces of the system Price 75c per bottle Sold by all Druggists Testimonials free XDiDisonsr cSc jonucits or diok UNPRECEDENTED VALUES FOR THOSE WITH I Wedge Lock Spring Wire Fence iW A IFIEiW WW TO OTJK WOBDSsubstmtlal fence ever built FJLTnBIS The mst The above cut prttenti our p it Combination SHOES jZTJ FAT AND SCANT PURSES DONT PUT IT OFF A lot of odds and ends all good values and sizes We aro closing out the lot at less than half cost Cor Joe Haycroft and Col Jake Howe are having a red hot canvass for the nomination for Commonwealths Attorney down in the Sixth Judicial Dis trict TJ10 way they do score one anottier is a sin and a disgrace to a civilized com- Â¬ munity Their friends ought to call them oil aud give tho race to Ed Kelly a modest dlgulfled and deserving young man who needs the office and will be a credit to his party Â¬ Mu Wutterson contends that the tariirfor revenue only should be the only question between the parties in 1000 The great editor seems to forget the great blunder the Democratic party made along this line when it had the opportunity to do something When it had all the brandies of the government under its control tho reforms they un- Â¬ dertook to effect in the tarilTlaws were a makeshift and a fraud Tho people therefore are becoming tired of all this twaddle about reform in the tariff Tho money question will be the issue again in 1000 MifS Pobecca Orviugs after a visit to her mother went to Chenaulf where she will teach the spring term 0 school which baa heretofore been taught by puy Burch Guy will Immediately Wafer tlir 8 rncerlan Business College la Irllle Glendeane school girl who Its Dave Meyer of Custer attended the Have yru found lit You have b en learchlnsr for jears to find a tulaMe meant of fencing your land want8the Supreme Court to pass upon in regard to supp Ins me r spiels yes DHnt heavy hard upnuhts settle the question qualihcations for ming ttreni h t the constitutionality of one of the early party at Dr Baxters the lateral wire t III n again did not hard coiled spring wire coDtain the necessary Miss Helen Pollock and her mother The reaeon these elemtnta have not proven entirely stti factory Is because both are esrential rni must be amendments to our national constituAs sron weir susrender wi houtpanis c mtintd In order to aiiwerall the requirements of a wire fence were in Ekron Friday tion or pints wittout suspenders iiiuh one of thise elements without the other Jetse Baxter and Joe Bland of Irvirg Miss Nuuule Green lias gone to LouisADDISON DIOK Addison Ky ville to remain till July She enters ton were in town Thursday Miss Whelan of Paynesville is the school there preparatory to accepting Entirely New a position as teacher in one of the city guest of her sister Mrs O E Lewis Mr Lopp of Valley City Ind is tho schools Last weeks News was n treat By the giusl of his sister Mrs A A Baxter Mrs Mattle Chllds of Loulsyllle came way Bro Babbage gives his readers a biggur dollars worth than any other down Suuday morning to visit relatives Mrs McCans and children of Little local publisher in tho state Cloverports paper Hardlusburgs college and Glen Bend Ind are the guests of Ma G J deanes activity are three important NellIN From Ladies is great We have Msi Flora Loeb of Louisville came factors towards Breckenridges prosperity down Saturday night to visit her sinter spared no money nor time to meet present and future Mrs S Loeb this demand The selection of our UTOPIA HONOR BOLL Dont forjet the lecture next Tuesday The last months school work shows night by Prof Hawes of Louisville A if line cant be beat anywhere We tho roll of honor In the following order mission in cts Miss Hettle Hendricks returned Iiotia show you for principals room Thursday altera few weeks stay with Kallle Robertson Katie Butler Paul her sister Mrs McCall Dempster Robert Moorman Monna And The party at Dr Baxters Rutnrdnv Hunter Alma Mattingly Hallie Moor- Â¬ night was quite a success Some loolod man Rose Moorman Ella Robertson exceedingly poverty stricken Refrtsh May Dempster Sidney Owen Elliott ruenta sassafras tea and crackers Moorman Ada Maxwell Hurry Moor- Â¬ Something Exquisite in man Roy Moorman Arrle Robertson Ollie Hoskins Eddie Moorman May Moorman and Nellie Moorman During a third of a century has never failed to drive out In Assistants room all blood impurities Luke Clark Sllva Mattingly Nealle An elegant assortment of box Mattingly Maude Mattingly Mattle paper quire papcf such as Cranes Willis and Sadie Eskrldge ALL NEW Dond in all the latest colors Our Certain cure for scrofula pimples Farmers You aro cordially Invited to my line is a beuaty bolls in fact the time tested spring SEE US I am in the market for dark good medicine Sold by druggists and opening on the i a and 3 of April bodied old ground piior tobacco If you mercnants everywWc AMOK M KIMCHELOE have any bring mo a sample C V DiacAK Cloverport Ky Cloverport Ky HARDINSBUAQ Â¬ Â¬ GUSTON fr i iD -- All the latest styles at the lowest prices from 65 cts to 200 Special Prices On Groceries Queenswaro and Tinware ARTISTIC PATTERNS The Demand For Fine Stationery 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 When priced you cant help hut mako a purchase Heres a rare bargain Ginghams at 6 cents and upwards A cozy lino of English suitings at 10 and J 5 cents 4 - Leghorns Turbons Toques TProefuce i Bonnetts Childrens Hats Where are you taking your produce Wo pay the top market prico for country pro duco Catch your hens and bring to us 200 dozen wanted highest marketjfcfofs AX WINTERSMITHS The Time Tested SARSAPARILLA Ribbons Laces Veilings Reasonable Prices - BY ALL MEANS SEE US CO J W TEAFF pi Hardiiisburg Ey j n 1 bLEB Mrs H V Duncan KY ifSa ijAfifclaeft THE BRROKKNRIDGR NRWS GLOYRRPORT KY Awarded Highest Honors BR Worlds Fair Yellowstone New wall paper at T F Sawyers The pay car will arrive this evening If It Is meats you want go to Staders To be in the push advorllso In the Nkws Threo nice rooms to rent apply at this oillco F J Jarboe of Kirk was in the city CREAM t K BMING MOST PERFECT MADE pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder Free from Ammonia Aium or any other adulterant PMR 40 Years the Standard Breckenridge News 24 1897 WEDNESDAY MARCH LOCAL BREVITIES y f Yellowstone Stadera for tender meats Gibson Garden seeds Gregory Fresh oysters Thursday at F Selfrleds Mrs II V Duncan for spring millin- Â¬ ery It 0 Heyser went to Owensboro Sun Â¬ day Lace curtains 25 cents a pair Home Laundry J S Seymour went to Hawesvllle Monday Benedict Beavln went to Owensboro yesterday Business on the branch seems to be pretty koou Silas Pate of Hardinsburg was in the city Saturday Allen Dean of Owensboro was in the city yesterday A B and J T Skillman spent Sunday down at Skillman Dr David White of Stephensport was in tho city Sunday Emmett Giegory went to Cannelton yesterday on buainess You pay for the button and we will do the rest 0 L Knight Prompt delivery is what you get when you buy meat from Stader Miss Jennie Bates Caunelton is the guest of friends in the city Use Yellowstone for sickness It is pure and good W L Beaven J B IUudnll and wife went to Louis- Â¬ ville Friday for a few days stay Miss Lena MeGary of Kirk spent last Sunday with Miss Florence Lewis They are just lovely so the ladies say our line of new carpets Sulzers A sprirg hat or bonnet from Miller Llghtfoota will be of the very latest and lovo your Drink Yellowstone neighbor as yourself W L Beaven Douglas Kaflerty gave a birthday party to his little friends last Friday evening Miller Lightfoot will have their mil- Â¬ linery opening on the 1 2 and 3 of April Mrs 11 V Duncan will have her op- Â¬ ening on the 1st lud and 3rd of April Shirts Shirts Dont you need a few nice ones Come and Bee them Sul 1 1 yesterday Chas W Moorman went to Loulsvlllo yesterday Good wall paper 2 J cents single roll T F Sawyer Hot bread at your residence every day Iteldel Co P S Miller of Owensboro arrived here yesterday It N Hudson has purchased n hand Â¬ some new vehicle EliBha Ashcraft of Meade county was in the city Monday Herbert Beard of Hardinsburg was in the city yesterday Window shades cheap pretty and dur- Â¬ able See them Sulzers 0 0 Lewis of Stephensport was in town Saturday on business Those Cuban hats the fad now for early spring wear Sulzers Mrs Geo Bently of Hawesvllle spent Saturday here with relatives The Womans Cooking Club meets with Mrs S S Watkins to night You can find the very latest in mens and boys furnishing at Sulzers Homo Laundry will laundry your bhirt waists for 10 cents send them In Fresh oysters served in any style tomorrow Thursday at F Siefrieds Farmers are delivering Irish potatoes into Lewisport for 10 cents per bushel For Sale Extra clean country clover seed by Addison Dick Addison Ky We want your trade we can save you money Sulzers outfitters for men and boys zsrs A F Wijson of Louisville spent Sun Â¬ day with his children at Jno II Car sous Miss Lucy and Mayglo McGavock Dukep are gutsts of Mrs Z T Hardin 7 county Our dry goods department is tempting to the early Bpring buyers this week Sulzsra E J Seaton and son Frank and James Ball of Gleudeane were in tho city yesterday Dr 8 S Watkins aid children Sue Roberts and Grifllth went to Louisville yesterday The Patton VitriBed Brick Company shipped four car loads of brick to Owens boro ytsterday Come in let us fit you with a suit of clothes Fit you in siza fit your pocket book Sulzers Windelkin Carrie Misses Winnie Graham and Master Wilburn Gregory spent Sunday at Holt Misses Eva Mary and Clara Lewis of Hardinsburg spent last week with Miss Florence Lewis Tho Leaguers gave an Interesting en Â¬ tertainment at tho Elm Street Methodist church last Friday night Ohas Windelkin Henderson wak the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs Henry Windelkin Sunday Charlie W Moorman Jr who has been makiug a pleasure trip in tho south arrived home Friday night You cant buy without looking so come and look perhaps you will find something to suit you Sulzers Vlrge Hardin and daughter Mrs Emma White and Eugene Gilliland of Addison were in the city Saturday Mrs 11 V Duncan will give a nice present with every purchase of a childs hat Beginning Saturday March 27 Do you want a permanent position If so write to The with good pay Hawks Nursery Co Itofchestor N Y Gregory Cos warehouse has lately They are been protty well lettered branching out into the paint business Jas Gardiner Mathlas Miller Jeff Hook of Hardinsburg were passengers W Friday from Louta on the L II vllle 0 F Heyser and daughter Fannie were the May Heyeer of Leitcbflqld guesta ol tils brother Foster Heyser last week Mr Wilburn Gregory Mioses Winnie Wendelkln and Catrle Graham spent Sunday at Holt the guests of MIsa Mag Â¬ gie Lewis The latest pb olograph novelty lathe photo butWa You can secure one or more by leaving your order at the Plct ure Gallery ehlld in the It yon have vr wes appreciate the erovp ye gratitude of tke wqMibh who kMvr that Ob4 Mlwtfe CBh Cye tatfrni ttwlr little mm M ykUpiy a H l aAMsieUir afyol m Prayer meeting at the Baptist church Wednesday night All are invited to attend Mr W E Caley of Owensboro visit Â¬ ed his brother T L Caley of this city Sunday ltev Donald M Grant will preach at Gustoii ntxt Sunday morning and evening Mr Hardin of Cannelton was in the city Tuesday to attend the A O U W supper A It Fisher is having a new iron roof put on his store housewhlih is occupied by F Seifried Mrs 0 E Lightfoot went to luis villo Friday to purchaso her stock of spring millinery Mrs Lee Meyer Buras was among W Fri Â¬ the passengers on the L H day from Louisville Nomuau Birk and Arch Smith of Owensboro will arrive to day to be the guests of Koy Heyser Mr and Mrs James Boyd of Hender- Â¬ son came up Tuesday evening to attend the A 0 U W supper Nows the time dont miss it new spring house furnishing goods opened for your inspection Sulzers W G Payne and son Taylor of Har- Â¬ dinsburg were in town last Saturday and paid the News oillce a visit Richard McAfee Union Star came down Saturday to see his brother Edward who got hurt last week If the system Is fortified by Hoods Sar saparilla which makes rich red blood there is little danger of sickness For Sale A good farm saddle and harness horso Will sell for cash or on time R N Miller Hardinsburg Drs Simons aud Smith performed a very successful operation on little Yirgie DanielB last Saturday for club foot The BrtECKENMDOK News camo out in green last Wednesday in honor of St Patricks day The Grayon Gazette 0 W Fletcher lineman on the Texas has been off duty for threo or four days with rheumatism and a sprained back Your sweetheart wife and baby all want a button for you cause it is the fashion See them at Knights Gallery H L Stader received from James Stewart of Addison yesterday morning by rail a dressed hog weighing 450 pounds The barber shop on East enJ of the iron bridge which is occupied by Jess Weatherholt is being given a new coat of paint Miss Llllie Scott after a pleasant stay with Mrs W B Rutledge and other friends returned to Hardinsburg her home Friday Probably it has never occurred to you to visit Seifried for anything in canned goods confectlonarlts Ac give him a call the next time sThero were- - four additions to tho Meth Â¬ odist church Sunday night Mr and Mrs Joe Oulloy Wick Dellaven and his sister Mies Mamie Jo Harpolo an employe at the shops who has been off for several weeks on account of his eyes went to Bowling Green his homo Friday Mrs 11 V Duncan arrived home from Lousvlllo last Wednesday where Bhe has been several weeks getting on to new Ideas In millinery Rev Cundlff of tho Falls of Rough ws a passenger on the Wst bound train Monday for Cairo where ho goes to hold a big meeting Miss Mayroye Griffith after an extend edsojourne with her sister at Ashervllle N 0 arrived here last night to be with her sister Mrs S S Watkins Frank Seaton of Gleadeane sold Monday to J E Applegate who lives near Toblnsport Ind a fine span of horses and wagon for 110 cash You will bestow upon the News a great fiver whea snaking a purchase from reading any ot its advertUeseats to make nasties of it to the advertiser Doat allew the Use to be Impaired by the eoaWaweHow of a oeftfe It k La fajAflOAi AOiftMtHfllliiftt 11 JA MUUe Daweji Cure take ante it y will watd eeT aatf fatal lea tam John Newton of Fordsvllle Ky came up last Friday and placed an order with Major Rahm the nurseryman for 50 worth of fruit trees The Grayson Gazette Henian and William Allen were de- Â¬ livering their tobacco yesterday to Mr J Muncaster at tho depot They have G 42 8000 pounds and were paid and 1 The agent of tho Young Mens Institute was at St Rose church last Sunday endeavoring to organize a branch ot this Institute among tho young men ot the Parish I apt Nat Ahl of Mowiqua Ills was The in the city Saturday He said recent continual rains had done con- Â¬ siderable damago to the farmers in his section Mrs R N Hudson and daughter Vir- Â¬ ginia with her sister Miss Nellie GregÂ¬ ory after a mt st enjoyable stay with rela tives at Mobile Ala returned home Sunday night Mr Alonzo Fallon presented this office with Bprig of real Shamrock on last Wedmsday He and Mr J E Keith are the only two possessors of this rare leaf in the city This season wo present to you for in- Â¬ spection and elegant line of millinery in leghorns trimmed hats bonnetts Ac hat cant be surpassed anywhere Our line is the latest Miller Lightfoot Having always been and recognized as the leading milliners we display a handsome aud most gorgeous line of spring millineryon our opening on ouropouingdays Miller Lightfoot Good Old Granny Metcalf now 88 years old Hying at 1005 S Fourth street Padu cab Ky still says that Dr Bells is the btst grip cure cough lung and bronchial remedy that has been sold during her life Albert U Rlghter with the J P Will Lumber Co of Louisville was here last week doing some sign work He paint Â¬ ed an attractive sign for his house and the Mitchell Hotel on the bulletin board near the depot You are expected to visit our store on the 1 2 and 3 days of next month Youll see the best selected assortment of mil- Â¬ linery goods ever shown in this city Your presence will be appreciated Miller and Lightfoot Frank Burkhead who made his escapo from tho Hardinsburg jail about six months ao was rearrested in Loulsvlllo last Friday by Sheriff Pate It will be remembered that Sheriff Pate arrested him near Hardins spring for mooushiu ing last summer My opening will be on the first second and third of April with nleasure I show you the nicest display of Leghorns Tur- Â¬ bans Toques Bonnets childrens Ims and exquisite line of ribbons laces veil Â¬ ings u Mrs II V Duncan Rev L C Harris colored pastor of the M E Church in this city leaves next week to attend the annual conference at Springfield Ohio The members of the church are anxious that he be re- Â¬ turned to this charge for another year Rev VY B Rutledge pastor of the Baptist church baptized the following persons in the river Sunday Misses Nora Perrigo Emma Tinius and Charlie Morton Rev S G Shelley of the Meth Â¬ odist church baptized Elasier Nicholas E E Turner of Comptou Mo writes us that after Buffering from piles for seventeen years he completely cured them by using three boxes of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve It cures eczema and sQvere skin diseases Short Haynes Calendar of the A very beautiful Days will be given at the Presbyterian church Friday evening This will con Â¬ sist of dialogues eongs tableaux drills etc This will be one of the most artistic entertainments given here in a long time Do not fail to attend Quarterly meeting at tho Methodist church next Saturday and Sunday PreachlngSaturday morning at 11 oclock usual services for the Quarterly meeting occasion Sunday Quarterly Conference at the bank Monday evening at 730 oclock Dr G II Hayes P E They are so small that the most sensi- Â¬ tive persons take them they are so eflectfvo that the most obstinate cases of cor stlratlon headache and torpid liver yield to them That is why De Witts Little Early Risers are known as Haynes the famous little pills Short Dr R J Napper who has been quite ill for several weeks died at his home in Stephensport Monday night He was a prominent physician of that place and well known throughout the county G P Napper of this city was a brother of the deceased Â¬ Â¬ H L Japgprs and MIfs Clara Payne of Melrose Ky accompanied by C F Marthal of Inlngton drove Into the Tutfs Pills Cure All city last Friday and were registered at the Heyser House They left that nght for Cannelton Ind where they were united as one It is said that this was their second attempt to run off They returned Satuarday morning looking ex Â¬ ceedingly happy Hartford Republican sajs It is now an assured fact that wo will have another boat In Rough river in a short time aud the subscription has been completed for a long distance telephone to connect at Owensboro Hartford is now putting on metropolitan airs and the next thing to happen will be a railroad running into our midst Tlioro will be two new brick business houses erected in tho early spring Hon David R Murray was in Ellzv bethtown last woek representing the Railway Co in an action pending in tho Hardin Circuit Court of Wm Hubbard vs The L II St L R W Co This was an action for damages for an injury to Hubbard from being struck by some chisels thrown or filling from a baggage car of one of the trains at Rock Haven The case was tried and resulted in a verdict for the Railway Company David Alsip an old resident residing a few miles back of Hawesvillo died Mon- Â¬ day night Thecause of his death could not be learned but it is supposed his death was duo to old ago He was seventy-five years old He has been a life long mason The following members of the Masonic lode of this city went to at Â¬ tend Ills funeral yesterday morning G 0 Harris C W Moorman Jos loiter Ohas Llshen Jas T Skillman K L Oelz James L Smltli and J WShouso John Hogan was among the pnssen g rs on Sunday mornings packet from Doming New Mexico enroute to his home at New Albany Ind Mr Hogan ia tho owner of a large silver mine in Deming New Mexico and while in a conversation with an acquaintance in this city showed him an elaborate paper weight made out of Eolid silver with gold top It weighed one and a quarter pounds He had a magnificent cane which was solid silver with gold mount- Â¬ ings Tills he will present to President Wm McKlnley The Sulzers Bulletin VOL 1 Liver Ills Forthirty years Tints Pills have proven a blessing to the invalid Arc truly the sick mans friend Wo Plow Plant and Cultivate Bargains for all Mankind House cleaning outfits Tried Friends Best A Known Fact CLOVEIirrORT KY MAItOH 21 1807 NO 1 For bilious headache dyspepsia sourstomach malariaconstipa tion and all kindred diseases TUTTS Liver PILLS AN ABSOLUTE CURE HARDINSBURG Try Dr Shoops remedips Taylor Beard was at Fordsvllle week Mrs Pickard left Monday for a visit to Louisville Judge Ahl and wife went to Loulsvlllo How about b pair of Lice Curtain Stretchers When you get ready for n New Carpet come In and see the pretty patterns wo are displaying Drapery is Art Intercnange Bays Our designs in life of the room the Delph Japan Crepe and odd designs in last Japanese handiwork makes a pretty room Window Shades ranging in price from kinds for mantle and dresser ornaments llnvo you seen our new lino of Ladles Shoes Uemember wo are in the push on new novelties If you dont see what you want ask for it Mens furnishings of all kinds new and up to date Ilavo you seen our new lino of Hats The Cuban style is great Bee it Pretty rugp just in Some special bargains in odd size Texts Gains a age Suit 25000 Dam- Â¬ In the action of the LoulBville Trust Co as Admlrstrator of Allen Northern Â¬ er against tho Louisville Henderson A St Louis Railway Company which was heard in the United States Court at Louisville Ky on Wednesday and Thursday last Judge Barr gave the jury peremptory instructions to find for the defendant a verdict was accordingly rendered Messrs Gardiner and Moxley were attorneys for Plaintiff Messrs James P Helm of Louisville aud David R Murray of Cloverport represented the defendant This was an inter sting case especially on account of the law questions involv- Â¬ ed The facts were as follows Allen Northerner and Thomas Farguar wero miners aud had been working in the coal mines at Falcon in Hancock county but had quit and intended to take the morning train gong to Hawesvllle and thence to Cannelton Ind their homes They had their clothing in coffee sacks and had their tools tied together in one bundle It had been raining that morn Â¬ ing and the platform at the station was wet and slippery as also were the car steps When the train arrived at the station Farguhar got on tho train leaving Northerner to put the clothes and tools on the baggage car Northerner and Wm Robson took the clothes and tools to the baggage car and they with the assistance of Lewis the station agent put the articles in tte baggage car Noitherner remarked to the baggage master Put these off at Hawesvllle Thero was evidence that Northerner then started back to get on train Some of the witnesses said he stopped and told at least one person good bye and shook hands with him other wit Â¬ nesses did uot see this At all events the train starfed aud he let one coach the divided coach for whites and negioes pass and attempted to catch and get on the front end of the reer coach and m It sod his footing and fell under the wheels and was so crushed that he died several hours aftsr Neither Farguhar or Northerner had tickets The law questions involved wore First Was the relation of carrier and passenger established It appeared that the baggage master was also Express agent and yery frequently articles were put in the car uuder similar circum stances and he would go back through the can and fiud it there was a passenger to represent the baggagb if none lie then billed it as express matter Judge Barr held that there was enough evldecce on this point to justify submitting the question to the jury Second Did the train remain at the station a reasonable length of time to allow the discharging and taking on of passengers The judge also ruled that this was a question that might be decid ed by the jury Third Was Northerner guilty of contributory negligence resulting in his death by attempting to get on a moving On this point beheld that the train evidence for the Plaintiff showed that Northerner attempted to get on a mov Â¬ ing train which was moving at au In Â¬ creasing speed and when he made the attempt the tialn was moving about four miles an hourand from a patform which was admitted to be wet and slippery and thattneu was such contributory negli geBee as to prevent a recovery and heuce he instructed the jury to find for the Defendant The aeeideBt occurred on Mareh 7 1805 The Plaintiff sued for 16000 damages The praerloe of getting on and olt weylug ImIm m very oomwo sad Ja a daageHwe praetleo Persona cfolae as afeevad reajsibir If they aufW an in tar j that mar wtU ba hnlii ta py tjw v Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ y white shirts this week 15 cents up with spring rollers last Saturday Wood bottoms for chairs Nails 2 cents per pound at II L Stums Tho blank apacj on tho wall can be Rock Vale Ky Lace curtains from 75 cents up filling in with a pretty enlivened up ly Dr Shoops remedies are proving the picture Perhaps you have some of your Seo our fancy roach combs wonder of the age Misfcs Martha aud Isabel Gardner are work that needs framing or Borne pretty visiting at Louisville Courier Journal pictures engravings Mrs Watlirigton of Union Star is vis Â¬ Grocery wltn mat 30 cents Como and get our iting Mrs P M Beard of framing all kinds Robert Smltli has fully recovered from pilces on Seed Potatoes Men aud chlldrens clothing for all his attack of pneumonia Best caramel drip syrup 15c gallon ages and slz a Garden implements of all kinds II L Stum Rock Vale Ky Sailor Hats and Tarn OShan LidiiB Fresh Garden vegetables a specialty 22 pounds of granulated sugar for 1 00 ters atH L Stums Rock Vale Kv Bread delivered promptly every day ll3rn to the wife of CouutyOlerk Owen House Furnisning Outfits of nl kinds to your house CunnlnghamMarch 10th a twelve pound See us for prices Send your grocery order in Prompt boy Dr Shoops sarsaparilla and Iron will China ornaments brie a brac of all delivery purify your blood strengthen and give yoit appetite Mrs Curtis and liur son of Glendeaue Â¬ were here last week visiting Dr J T Bakers family Editor McClure of tho Leader was down at Glendeanu and the FalU of Rough last week Allen Burton has been appointed ad ministrutor ot the estato of Remus G Whittnghlll deceased G3J E3 Eiij ih Cooper of Rock Vale and Mrs LlOlJ Mary Ellen Duncan were married near Fordsvllle last Thursday Thomas V Robertson of Louisville was down in the Glendeane country last woek visiting his old friends Say the housekeepers to buy GROCERIES where Wait for tho new line of ladies spring you can always get them fresh and delivered prompt- Â¬ hats that will be received by Mrs J A Witt before buying elsewhere ly You made a great mistake when you failed to Charles Galllgan and Miss Kiln Collins visit our store Every day brings forth something were here last Sunday from Cannelton new It is our sole desire to always show new and Ind the gucss of P Dillons fauill good goods in the edible line f your merchants dont handle Dr Call the next time and let us make a few prices write TayShoops guaranteed remedies lor Beard Hardiusburg if you are sick Miss Netti Beard gavo a party Satur day night to a number of her young KY CLOVEUPOUT friends in honor of her thirteenth birth Â¬ ca day Mrs G W Beard goes to Louisville this week to visit hor daughter and to hear D L Moody tho celebrated evan- Â¬ gelist Charles Miller received word last weok Mr Parks living in that his Mifumri had been badly hurt on the railroad Mrs J A Witt receivnd word Monday FOR mil iter uroiuer uivu minim whs lying very low in St Louis Mo with con sumption Mrs J A Witt desires us to announce that she will have a new line of ladies trimmed hats about the 2oth or 2Uth of this month At the assignees sale at Harned last Wednesday U D Payne bought the store house at 100 and A Weatherford a vacant lot at 20 the A representative of tho Dispatch new daily paper hwu to bo started in Lousville was in our town one day last week J B Cox has accepted the agen- Â¬ cy or the paper The first number will WLxv - li appear about the first of April While returning from Cloverport last Saturday night Sheriff Cy Pate ran his hois aud buggy Into the telephone wire near Hiten Uun and just ercapd with his life Tho top of his buggy was torn To secure an Elegant Wide to pieces and his horso became unman to seo Gold Pilled Band RinR 14 k Aro always anxious ageable for a few miuntes Ho is hardly over tho scare yet and threatens to eue On receipt of SI 25 will tho New Spring Goods tho company for damages Department prices in carpenters tools and all kinds of Hinges and locks Price wreckers in hardware Come and see giSpecial It K Stack a Pleasure Â¬ Â¬ GREGORY GTBSON rajgwBgtaaBmjaMiiwggjgliai WWW it mm n in l5o son-in-la- Rare Opportunity Â¬ Ladies and gentlemen THE BUYING PUBLIC Â¬ DR MENDENHALI3 Wo aro loaded send to any address free of postage To Cure A Cold In One Day iui - IMPROVED- - Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All Druggists refund the money if it falls to Cure 25c For Sale by R A Shell man Stephensport Ky Dry Goods Notions In endless variety GROCERY STOCK COMPLETE F N DHUY CLOVERPORT KY Mimmmmmimk ITT LEAVE YOUR How Is Your House DOES IT NEED PAINTING Paints for everything thut needs to be painted We have a beautiful stain that makes old Furniture new and hdes all blemishes Speedily relieves and cure Coughs Cold Consumption Bronchitis Asthma Grippe Hoarseness Whooping Cough Croup and all diseases of the lungs and respiratory organs DRUGS Wo carry ovory thing 4copt m m m II orders hut BREAD m m iruioxs in tni rs DR by a first class drug store Bring us your Prescip tions CuniM i Mtruito ONtr by 1SVANSVI IL12 INH J C flRNUHNHALL J to A WITT Hardinsburg Ky m jit DELIVERED DAILY m W 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 nil colors Furniture stains in all the latest designs Brushes for all purposes Paints Wall Paper White Wash and Scrub Brushes See our line and youll appreciate the many values offered Sold by SHORT HAYNES w FARMERS I have concluded 0f -a- fcort A Bftjme Short Hiynis ajoJ aA Btaay ULV UBjjeuaMa purchaso 50000 lbs moro of tobacco Far-Â¬ mers who have large orops will please bring U4 ui WW wW sB iB iP samples to mo at once 01 8AL1 kku J B PACE Jr yo bMl of UM VaiUHiAGIC Ky t SmitiMiiport HIUmUiHU4 Hwmi lawkeja m RIEDEL m m - m m m Hiuuuuuuuuiurc tim41 in HfbY uttmtt ta All MnMI bavtac tUtmt J 10TICI utLH CLOVERPORT KY HttJhnr PtwtalK I4m CwBfMT Z2SZrrtyW Mj ihtlfc yJUH X 11 AviK - i - - 6 THBL brrokenhidge news oloykrport rc rjuiy 1 tuigiit nmut or cnTiiug hopo to gee out cf this tomorrow nt tho latest Sound of other hoofs hern mndo him slacken speed His road ran into nlioth cr some SO yards nway Through tli3 thin growth of tho intervening point ho saw Mlsii Winfold mounted upon tho tall gray family horso with Major n scrap if black boy up behind At sight of Mr Howell he set up nu ntroclous snigger crying nloud Miss Allco Miss Alloal Dar dovoy tnnn Mnrso Ben tookn fotch ter wo nils houso turrur night do man frum town lnaininy say sho spect gwlno out out nil your yothor Mnjor hush this miuuto Miss Winfold snid iter fnco taking onn brick dust hue Sho had taken stock of Mr Howcl upon their first encounter nud her mind was mndo up that falling Jack Talbat she oould do no better than marry him Shu wns niifelguedly glnd of tho chniico that threw him in her wny but maiden modesty ns shn under stood it fcrbndo hor to seem conscious of ids preseuco until unconsciousness wns no longer possible Even nftcr thoy had exchanged greetings shn kept n dis tant front toward him until ho drew directly besldo her saying with a lazy laugh Miss Winfold yon must bo hero ns a dirtot nnswer to pruyer I wus think ing of yon and behold I look np nud seo you I Oh indeedl Now I wondor whnt you wera thiukin of poor mo unless you were woudcriu how you managed to tnlk to such a littlo goose Miss Winfold snid with an arch lift of her brows What a slaudorl laughed tho lawyer nnd at onon rodo on beside her He was iu the humor to soo what was un der nnd within this uudulunt plumpness Tho girl lacked fascination whol- Â¬ ly hut ho seemed to discern in her n quality of subtle Bubservicnco which might mean much to a career such as ho had mapped out for himself Still nothing might have como of it but for Major though ho was tho uu likeliest possible Cupid Dit boy ho dost gut ter bo mean cr bust his motlcr habitually said of him nud just now he was ill content witli tho ostato iu which lin found himself There wns smal chauco for mischief riding thus within six inches of Miss Winfolds im niariiiatc nud starched pink shoulders unless that is one had Majors genius for it By tho timo they hnd gono n mile in Mr Howells company tho lad had found n long pin which ho recalled having hidden that morning somewlioro iu his woolly crown Next minute ho had thrust it into old gray so sharply that that sober animal gavo n great bound and Miss Winfold lay iu n heap upon tho road Major was there too n moaning lump of arms and legs But Mr Howell took no thought of him Ho knelt bo sido Miss Winfold noting even in that distracted miuuto how firmly tho neat flaxen braids sat in placo As ho slid nu arm beneath her bond sho opened her eyes and gasped faintly Water wn terl then collapsed against tlio arm from whoso support sho hnd chastely withdrawn herself Water water Major echoed in precisely her key Shut npl You nro not hurt you monkey Mr IIowoll said masterfully I does blcobo I kin walk Major answered with a grin then darting nimbly to tho roadeido Dest you ruu ter Miss Alico Mr Maul I gwino fotch er wholo buckotfnl cr water soon as obcr I gits back frum UnoJoo Toms houso As he vanished Mr Howell looked down nt tho round check ngninst his shoulder It was soft and smooth trobly tempting to lips lacking tho chrism of lovo Ho stooped nud kissed it Thon instantly tho palo eyes opoued with n glanco that ho could not misread Ho had met artifico and cunning fit to copo with his own Ho smiled n littlo behind his mustacho and said ns ho led her horse to tlio roadsido whero sho stood ready to remount That was a lucky oversot Without it wo might havo wasted six months in coming to nn understanding Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ KIT THE ST LOUIS WEEKLY TWICE-A-WEE- rob McGregor A TALE OF TENNESSEE CorvBtonT 1899 Stop i i mmwiwNWiK THE K a POST DISPATCH LY COURIER JOURNAL 5100 A YEAR Issued Wednesday and Saturday Mornings 50 CENTS FREE A yeah PAPER H J shore youvo earned it Then I sorter nidged round ter let vWi tin on I wanted mother sort er par an sho flung up her head nu laughed nu WfWsr- said An when xhc i ccn Vint xhc laughed till Oh Mr Topmnrk jest for er change now sposo you was ter talk ouo kuowin terkite crlid tho olo mail his that is fcenso ter mo I I know it would improro solf an Bob wont let him bo pestered your health with this ef sho kin any way holp it Oh says I then vou wan tor talk Now yero comes Naomi Pickius grau Liusiiiutt 1 in ugreeublu Just you tiro daughter Magnolyer Tnbbs ouly hoir trway so furs I know waiitin ter git her him out cr it An sho says look in over my lioad rights But sho dont want tho land Perhaps Rob said though sho got I cant talk your sorter business causo But it seems to me nn I do I want likewise tlio gal that whito to tlio lips I aint got nono er my own nn other thinks sho owns it nu know I caint git Mr Topmark wo had better say no folks is clean out er tho quc tlou moro Wo ard not likely to agree and it unless I work my flies pretty sharp Why says I everybody thinks her light tlio cae Law an jestico is utterly foolish to quarrel She youvo got er heap cr business heap too cost caint Wo must agree on somothin or clsa money That sho a nt got Ef much fer er pretty young thing liko sholl let mo stan her friend itll be tho wust days work was ever you P But if sho will not let you stand her dono fer you an him Mr Topmnrk alAn then sho held up her hand say You think I reckon friend nud if Magnolia should discover most shouted in Stop You know business is btiyiii I toll you it how much better a bargain she could other holp will como Now Ivo mako mi Mlliu nn payin debts wont it shant I can givo you cr Mr Howell began but Top iiothin ter buy right now thauk Ood mark cut him short natno ns will shot every door iu tho nixt ter nothin ter sell pence tho colt face Now Ill git tho laud no matter what county iu yourwife havo all tako your was stolo an not cr debt in tho world that lifo ho said rising choice bo my Rob McGregor does In fact I cant git in debt Nobodyd heavily certain As fer that kin givo er olso tho load an tho world Thats liut mo fer 10 rents They know they one you dont know Nocli Ef lookin at you as tho dust under its fietl couldnt totch tho land fer it thats all other sho turned rusty hed think nothin cr Chooso quick too Youvo tried mo long wxvogot an Id hoot tho man that puttiu her out iu tho swamp with cr ernough would name salo er mortgago ter dad kuifo ercross her throat liko lios donn Choico is impossiblo Rob said her dy well some other things An Nocli ho faco whito and scornful since nothing You otighter bo rieli with all this dassent git mo down on him No sir eol elso on earth could bo to mo so hard so land says I Wouldnt you liko tor be degrading so entirely unbo irablo ns Its wuth er fortuno ef it was managed I know too much that I mako a first even tho contemplation for ono miuuto Then it is settled light movo tomorrow Mr Howell asked of boing your wife Then shn thnnpht er intuit nn Hung also rising Ho Mr Topmark swung upon his heel did not mark tho sudher arms over her lie ml i iyiii Yes I den curious grayness Topmnrks and camo faco to faco with Aunt Phemy about do want money er heap of it crnoiigh mouth but ho wondered n littlo thnt it who had been standing just outsido tho to mako some ratals suffer an givo grnpo nrbor throughout tho interview minute daddy nu tho dugs mi nil tho black folks was a full slowly beforo that gentleman Tho old woman was still spcochless answered cr good time Yes nu ef yon bring bnok word thnt Otherwise sho showed no sign of tlio You uiut nainin nothin fer your sho wants ter seo mo right off itll bo cowaidly midnight nttack Rob had al- Â¬ self I says Shorely you want some o0 extry tor you when wo como most forced her to come and shnro Mam thiu ef it aint no uion flno weddiii wuth Lizaii honso iu a corner of tho yard ter settle clothes Sho hnd been nbolliug poas in tho nrbor An then sho laughed shos jest liko whilo Rob talked with tho Inwyer that CHAPTER XVIII quicksilver an utyn sho Oh Mr Top Mr Howell camo back from Hoscoo morning Now she stood looking nt Mr mark Mr Topmnrk How enn you tan Topmark with tho eyo of n basilisk tho look of a whipped hound talizo mo sol You know ef over I full in with though ho brought Mr Topmark tho Thrico she nodded nt him then raisod lovo with nnybody lioll bo shoro tor But whon ho hnd her hand and pointed him away havo mothers nu sisters nu cousins nu wished for message Out cr my way you olo witoh ho delivered it ho went ou You havo not aunts thatll liato mo on tho faco cr got shouted rushing past her Rob had a nico job beforo you Topmark earth Theyll oben linto tho ground I sunk shaken and breathless upon tho walk on so Ill havo ter dry up inter Thnt young woinau will not bo bullied Tho old woman went oven by you Confound liorl Sho enmo turf scat within tho ugliest littlo old maid I reckon Ill nearer putting mo in n bluo funk than to her and softly stroked her lioad then blow away in tho end Thar aint no over a supremo judgo did I shall not took tho girls faco between her two lniuco er mo dyiu liko anybody ought know whether to envy or pity you if hands mid looked into tho eyes ns though when thcyrocrossedinlovc You ought get your own way with her of sho tried to comfort her ter bu sorry fer mo instill cr makiu mo you A tall shadow foil across tho sunny which I havo my doubts sorry for myself Mr Topmnrk was moro hopeful whon door Juck Talbot camo through it nud No Im sorry fer myself savs I sat down bosido Rob saying Bob white Youvo dono sawrd mo olf short overy ho sawno preteuso and heavy eyed Sho My mysterious passenger sent you n mndo of greeting but went tetch but Im bound ter say er feller stiaight message Rob a message moro mysteri nt tho heart of tilings I want that could git you wouldnt mind of all money 13000 sho said You know ous lliau even himself Ho bndo mo say tho other women in tho world was mad what for Will you let mo hnvo it ami loyou Darkness is coming with light ernough ter dio over it What do you mako of that tnko tho laud for it when it comes to bo behind I oughter say thanky sir says mine Do you think ho was crazy sho Hut I thought wod ngrced ter I hopo not Rob said trviug to Well yon see 5000 is cr heap cr talk sense spank steadily Tho darkness hns come I money cr mighty heap cr money Mr Oh no says I business It was quickly enough Let us hopo tlio It would Jack will follow an whothor cr no I menu ter toll you iopiuurk niibwcred slowly light bo tho wust sort er thing fer my busi niycominherosomucli moans business Beforo Jaok could answer Aunt Pho ness ter sink that much in er remainder Then I drnpped on my knees nu tried in trns But then thar aint nothin my caught Robs hand nud kissed it ter git er hold of her hnud but sho with smiles all over her deeply wrinkled jumped crway an flung er handful cr hardly I wont try ter do ter bligo good fnco neighbors Kuct Ih I been tryin ter jov them pnr fruits right in my faco Ono I told him ho of em was so uicllor it stuck on tho cud down that thar lawyer Fnto scmotimes disposes of hor might er my noe nu whon sho socn that sho hadnt no consoionco whatever fco ho said Boh btoko in Exeuso iest meu by menus of trifles light jis air laughed till sho cried Hut soon sho set Mr Top Not thnt Miss Winfold wns n trifle her bond up nu sayri sho in her high mo but I u ui so anxious But if Lawyer mark plcaso say simply yes or no If Perisli tho insinuation way you cannot obligo mo I must try olso Howell hud not chosen to rido abroad I dont wnnter seem inhospitnble I sent for you becauso I know just when nud whoro ho did ho would Mr Topmark but yon must know thnt whero you havo ready money Besides tho cortninly not have encountered her nnd you can novcr havo nnything ter say ter nud But let tlio event bo duly placn lies so it is worth moro to you mo that would not bo bettor said whero chrouiclod most people all tho world might hear it Good day thanYes Tho lawyer rode soliloquizing half sirl I caint ask you in tho house I Topmnrk Im bound ter say it is Mr nloud George but Topmnrk is u jolly admitted impartially with have got n heap cr othor things ter do1 tho uirof ono conferring a favor But fool I Ho thinks ho can tamo that pretty And with that sho left mo so mad I I aint pieco of pride Confound it I I wish I couldnt hco strnight not kuowiu hardly you see er remainder in trus hud not seen her I wnut to throw up moniiin the least disrespea Miss Bob whothor Id ruthcr kill her cr ask her I know your words Luttoru er bond tho caso when I think of her eyes Of ter walk on mo course I shall uot do it But who withBut tho jilnca wont It must havo tried your tomper such gentlemans gone be yours till tho olo out seeing her would over understand Sposin you died impertinence Mr IIowoll said yet Topmnrks iufutuatlon Tho wonder is laughed behind his hand nt tho thought first that haviug seen her I no longer won You shall not supposo such n thing of Mr Topmnrk with tho pear on his To do dor over it Sho might bo dangerous to nose Pardon mo if I seem imperti Â¬ Rob said with n quick shiver me only sho too fur into mo Then nent ho went on but you had bettor it would bo to deny tho mnrcyof God I thoro is that bees stubborn fuot Jack Tal shall llvo to tako caro of him I will do toll mo your wholo mind toward the bot Only n fool would overlook him other one Miss Magnolia Tubus is not it in spito of everything What yon But tho other ouo Topuiarks nieco bad looking but sho improscss mo us havo said though shows mn tho caso is shes almost us astonishing considering being well u trillo hard mouthed and hopoless so far its it concerns you I can the stock sho springs from What n way only beg your pardon for having trou Â¬ inoro than n trifle skittish sho has It was worth a lot tu sea how bled you Youro right Dut shos got her You know it aint no troublo not sho cooed and purred tho other ught I match that thar Nocli IIos tho dovil tho least Why Miss Rob Id do just Besides liofl got tho upper hnud Tho gals been nufortunit Thars or child unythingferyou nu gladorthochnuco Now dont yon soe Till I found that out thar Mr Topmark said eagorly CATARRH might or bcon two choices fer mo Nocli you frut nn think youro goln ter bo Ua turned out er house an homo That wouldnt havo tho laud ua or gracious shant novcr happen LOCAL DISEASE whlJo Bon Top nd li lit reult ofrolJi gift so sho MnguoJyor is crazy ter and iinldrn cllnutls git mouoy Say you go right over tor marks yours tor command Excuso me Yon must know I can thangti Ask for tho Iloicoo tennorror moruiti not accept nny but such help as may Thit remedy do not olo man Ef yon insist yon wont talk como crnuU mercury or any strictly only ter him itll skoer that littlo vixen Rob snid her in tho way of business o her Injurioiu drugi eyes beginning to shine wuisorn nnything But dont toll him Uorgivo mo if I seem bold Mr Top ELYS Talk ter her Dont bent orbout tho mark but I mast say in justico to my CREAM BALM Say right out youvo been asked solf that in thus bush applying to you I took m and clean iht ter tuko tho caso an how Ivo tried ter account not of your p ik gallantry but of Ot Naut riigc Aiuyi LULU fi nLAU keep you from totchin it au only givo in your well known shrowdness I nm of Â¬ tllnand InfUmation Ileal and Frouautht Men after you promised ter try an com nor mm Name cr whoppiu big sum Hay fering yon for 8000 what I know yon Iran from Coldt Ketlont th mqi of Taitt and want very 15000 though Ill git tho thing settled not get ut mucn ana otuerwiso would I Small llatilckltf abaoibctL Glvci relief at onca all jo cent at PruggUu or br matl wmilw i0 cent fer fa 000 Say I Lvggod nn plead with by mall Yon moan jest Roscoe I spose yaa ter lot tho olo man nt Joust live oat I do ELY HRQTHERS jo Warran St New York Cuy hjudavsju poaco an ypud liko tw do I Mr Topmark said crluulug lio T dont hardly know ir only Dntiiiis is ousinosa mi you Youvo got mo fitvrtorfd with your flnu aint tlio only lawyer Ono would think I wni lianlly n toll you plain jest wliar talk But nn how I stan with lior I been thar lawyer from tlio niinulcucsi of your In- this niorniii foond her et took up with structious Mr Howell said bringing cr passol cr naty llttlo turkcjH I couldnt his chair down upon all its four legs I think I can bo trusted with tho dipficasoly git cr word with nor She pearod moughty bright though sorter lomatic part What I want is n clear on aidge nsyon may say So I waited statement of facts and your connection talkin tor tlio olo man until I seen her with them Flip off out tor tlio pnr trees Then I In jest so many words tho facts is Hoscoo Mr Topmark said chased off arter her found Iter fllnpin theso sticks an rocks up in cm an pnrs jest land wns took up from govment survoy with money her father had give that olu riiinin down at every throw sho made Then sho up nn said how lazy sho wu woman Naomi Piukius when sho got any industrious bodyd clivib nn pick marriod Kf sho over jined in tho deeds tlio fruits oubruiscd as they was fer ter tho McGregor thar aint no papers pscrves Then I up nn said Id git up nor records ter prove though tlio Mc thar though I wnnt qnito cr boy nu Gregors say sho did do it But tlii only sho laughed real tautnliziu an said sho couldnt lot tho father cr n famly resk hissolf that way Then sho kep on throwiu an sot mo tor pick up what shn knocked down An laughl You oughtei cr heard her when thorn fruits como dancin nu hoppiu over my bald head Dut nrtcr n bit sho says Lets go in tho grapo arbor an rest Im fraid youll havo npoploxy I caint havo your death on my conscience Soiu wo went an set on tho two turf benches her ono side mo tho other Sho had her npcru full cr pars nn flung ono 9 3g ISA over ter mo sayiu Havo cr pnr Mr Topmnrk Im Jfcs wmammg8t8miBmii Br Tin Author By Martha McCulloch Williams Ill Â¬ Â¬ If 41w v3lpst ky - Â¬ havo ferthonskinMr Top mark began in Ills most aggrieved voico In spito of her deep trouble Robbroko I into n laugh nud answered gayly havo not tho least doubt of it Dear Mr Topmark do go and tako one of them You dont know how guilty I shall feci if I think myself the occasion of so ex cellent a husband going to waste Her laughing provoked Mr Topmark beyond words moro than oven her stead fait refusal of himself Sho could thus whistle him and his money down tho wind with ruin staring her iu tho face It must bo sho did not realize what sho wns about Ho had spoken fair words Now ho must try what virtuo lay in rough ones Yon say you lovo your olo fathor ho began Thar wont bo ninny tor bo- liovo that when they sco him iu tho poorhouso nn know yon could cr kept I not Iinlf wntit it Iuis4 Rob tint not cr Imtulroillli part ns bad m I want you Now dont you try tor slop me You sent fer nip remember I got cr right tor speak I know you dont kecr nothin in the world crbnut me nn Im er fool ter keep on arter you liko I do I aint un hnndsomo young sprig ter tnko your fnncy Neither I nint or pison smike So you jest say youll eben con sider me nn I pledge ynu my word you hant havo nn mo troublo with this ycro rascally gang Thank you but that is Wholly Ira possible ilnbsaid n deep scarlet stain so impossible ing her pallid fice shn went on wo will forget what you have said Top What makes it impossiblo mark asked doggodly Rob shivered faintly then drew back Faying Tho fact that Inm myself and vou yourself Youro tho only womnn round ycro Â¬ Â¬ tol bonus You coughing The quickest nnd surest J way li to toko JJr Hells llno-Tor- V lfnnnv A irnitrmHteetl COUCll rein- - W 9 edy wholly unlike nit others better J nets directly on the mucous mem- - m 7 branea hcola the lunga nnd resplra JU 8tnv nrimna Ami I fi V I ffnriLtAia thft H whole system That DR BELLS Pine-Tar-Hon- ey TiE GW SILVER ThePostDltpatch Is the Only Metropolitan That Championed the Free Sliver Cause In Advance of Hie Nominating Conventions It Stands Pat fur Free Silver for Western Men and Measures for the People Against the Po- Â¬ litical Bosses Pluto- Â¬ crats Combines Trusts and CorpoÂ¬ Â¬ ration Oppres- Â¬ sion J sctentlflo K wo ana li K At alt drvfrtitioritot h recti pi pnoe vj Tk K K Ritktrll4 Hrflctat C E contains the concentrated E tried medlclnnlagenU by n E extracted process new 23c epo lionllng tf mm Grkooj Mttoivlft ridMak 1 MitMflfoTMfol couldnt BEWLEYVILLE Held over from last week Â¬ 4 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ There is at present plenty of rain and mud Glen Ilardawav attended meeting at Big Spring Sunday night The Epworth Li ague held n devotional meeting Funday night Bro Smiths remarks on temperance were always to the point nnd we feel that we need to wake up on this subject Hon Chas Blanford left Wednesday tor Frankfort Mis3 Mary Bichardson who has been visiting Mil s Mary Blanford the past two weeks returned home Saturday Our Missionary Society did well thia quarter but there arc enough who do not help us to more than double our contributions The next meeting will be Wednesday p in before the fourth Sunday at tho hpme of our President Mrs Blanford Tho Bewloyville wing of the Irvington Bay View Circle attended the meeting of the same held in tho Baptist church over there Thursday the 1th p m A good crowd was assembled which we believe were entertained nicely But the return home well truly the rain descended I give my support when 1 can and my well wishes always to enter- Â¬ prises of this kird The protracted meeting at this place closed Sunday Mnr 14th It wai con ducted by Bros J J Smith Prather and Denton who are noble courageous workers and they have done a great work for Bewleyville Not that many have been converted but there has been a spiritual uplift such as wo do not often have The meeting increased in interest all the while and it seemed almost wrong to quit when it closed Golijkn Ron Dangers of the Grip character Tho P0ST DI8PAT01I dtservei theiupport of all Free Silver Democrats becauie of the grent fight it made in too recent campaign for Detnocratle principles and the Doinoeetlo ticket Hence the ree Silver men everywhere should rally to Us support by sending in their subscription and Inducing others to subscrlbo You M 1 Hnd the WEEKLY II Indl remaba du log tbe jear 1897 The J ear 18V Is going to be brimful of lot r ett The no tnlng t the M Ktnley Admin Â¬ istration with a new Congres eleetei up n a gold iila form means legislation of a kind that rill vlt It Interrst every ne spacer reader In the ounlry and especially In the We t nnd South tipecla Mention will be paid In the WEKKtY POSl DISlATOU to this news of a nation 1 character and It will be discussed editorially from the point ft view of the West and South aa contrasted with that of Wall street 1 he campaign for free sliver will go on In 1897 and nothing can do so much to hely along the campaign of education as a newspaper like the vVEEKLY POST DISPATCH This is shown In the fact that In Missouri and In everr other locality where the large circulation the gains of Democraoy and free silver were of a sweeping Beglonlog January 1 1897 the Weekly Courier Jour al was ehanged to the Tw ce a Week Courier Journal Publ cation days are The Wednesday Wodnesday and Saturday paper Till be devoted to news nnd political topics The Saturday Issue will be devoted to stories ntrcellanr pictures poetry etc a erf t family paper Each Issue will be six pages or twelve pagot a week an Increase of two psges a week U4 pages or 882 columns a year The p lltics of the paper will not be ehang- Â¬ ed and the battlo for pure Democraoy and true Lemocratlo 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 Twlce-a-Wie- k Courier Journal will remain the same 100 a year A feature during-- the coming year will be the editorials of Mr Henry Watterson on political and other topics of the day Dally Courier Journal year Dally and Sunday I year - - -Sunday alone I year - -- T G00 300 2 00 s TWIOE-A-WEE- K COURIER JOURNAL AKDTUC Ilreckenridge News EACH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150 We havo made a special clubbing arrange- Â¬ Twlce-a-Wee- k Courier Journal and will send that paper and ours for the price bamed to all our subscribers who will renew and pay In advance Sample copies of Courier Journal sent fico on application ment with the GREGORY Wharfmasfers CLOVERPOHT Local Agents CO KENTUCKY All Subscriptions under this fer must be sent to of- Â¬ Steamboat Agents Jno D Babbage Cloverport W K 11AHNKS A It Ky Homestead Fertilizer Company and Standard Dealers In Oil Company KINCHEIOE BARNES KINCHELQE Doors Saah Blinds Yellow Pine Floor ing and Celling Weather Boarding Shingles Salt Lime Cement Laths Plaster Plastering Hair Plow Handles Bricks Etc Estimates Furnished for Buildings and Building Material ATTORNEYS AT LAW HARDINSBURO KY Collections and special attention enforcement of liens given The well known Brands of c x sso 1 J H Hunsche ssttas25r -- JiS ysL The TAILOR Will be in Clover port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month with Louisville Henders on SSt Louis RyCo The greatest danger from La Grippo is of its resulting in pneumonia If reasonable caro is used however and Cham- Â¬ berlains Cough Keraedy taken all dan- Â¬ ger will be avoided Among the tens of thousands who have used this remedy for lagrippo wo have yet to learn of a single caso having resulted in pneumo- Â¬ Â¬ Casper May Co IND TIME SCHEDULE Tamil Effect At 600 oclck A M isro 3 OANNELTON Sandaj Dec 27 1896 Wttl found Traint 41 41 Eatt Bound Train Mall 42 Bxprs Kxprs Dally Dally 630pm 800am 6 45 812 7 25 7 28 7 37 7 41 45 8 48 8 fid 8 Malt St STATIONS Kxprs Dally 12 12 4 Hxpr- - Â¬ nia which shows conclusively that this 1887 LOUISVILLE KY Maroh remedy Ir a cerlian preventive of that Shippers should mark all packages plainly dread disease It will elleet a perma nent cure in lees time than any other with shippers name and post oOoe address Rheumatism Quickly Cured BUTTER After having been confined to the trratment The 25 and 50 cent sz s for Oholoe country Medium house for eleven days and paying out sale by A It Fisher Druggist Creamery 25 in doctor bills without bent flr Mr JCUUU 00 YEARS Frank Doleon of Sault Ste Marie Mich fresh Q 10 OflfllpHfe EXPERIENCE FEATIIEKH was cured by one bottje of Chambe- Â¬ Prime white goeie 4041 rlains Pain Balm costing 25 Cftnls nnd 6 Mixed St Old has not since been troubled with that UilO 1 daok No SSQOO complaint For sale by A It Fisher POULTRY Druggist Hens per lb iA to be continued lvUan ptar Kentucky West Point Howard Willowdaie Hock Haven Lang Branch Itrsndcnburg Ekron Guston Irvington Webster Jodiburg Pierce Sample Stephensport Addison Cloverport Shops SalUman St Dally 45pm 7 Mpm 80 7 43 1165am 7C4 Â¬ 112 1137 1130 1122 1113 111 1055 10 46 10 37 1019 1021 10 1ft 10 OS 10 05 70 759 8 9UJ U 1H3 71 63 6 47 6 41 US 0a tif4444 8 24 816 910 925 933 63 6 JO 613 fi iU 8j2 8 40 Â¬ MATTINGLY HtlJ over from Uit week More rain more Â¬ nst Anyone lending a ketch and description may quickly aecertaln free whether an Invention la probably patentable Communications strictly confidential Oldoat agency oraecurlngpateuts In America We hare a Wublniiton office Patents taken through Muun X Co rocelr special notice Iu tbo TRADE MARKS DESIGNS OOPYRIOHTS do Spring Chickens per dot Ducks per lb Geese per dox UOl 9 07 9 20 9 23 9 33 9 45 847 852 9 0J 953 7 4 POTATOES 7i5 00 00 3 00 1 fl Irish per barrel New La Sweet potatoes per bbl From store 2 to 5 cts higher Nary Beans per bushel ROOTS Olnseng Senlca Snake Yellow Wild Ginger Lady Slipper May Apple Blood 75 2 iU 7l100 5 9 63 08 1016 1025 10 38 10 48 1100 10 1013 10b7 10 IS 1020 1022 1035 10S8 10 4 J 10 69 11 07 1113 1122 1129 II JS 11 4 J 1211pm 1210 1220 12211 90 9 U4S 41 5 67 s49 517 5 42 Holt 5 19 6 2j 6 23 Hawcsvllle Petrle Falcon Lewlsport Powera Pates Owensboro Mattlnrly Griffith Stanley Worthlngton Heads Snottsville I 9 9 9 9 52 48 3 26 511 918 912 9 02 8 65 Waltmarv 5 la 4 57 4 47 40 4 31 46 3 69 3 49 846 8 31 8 25 80 7 68 7 31 7 43 7 36 419 410 116Jira 1106 1108 1115 11 813 818 Some of the Democrats are on the sick SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN list Tlios IlileyTar Fjrk left forfexas last week Pad Bates has gone to Mattoon III whero he will work this year Miss Sal lie Perkins Beech Fork gave us a short visit last week Miss Maggie Ilamhleton and her little nieco Mamie Hawkinp were in town beautifully Illustrated Inrffnttt rlrpulittlnn of auysclentino journal weekly terms S3UU a iear luOalx months Specimen copies and Hand Uook ON IUtents sent free Address 1123 2 40 275 64 MUNN CO 301 Ilrondwnv New York Pink 1155pm lOJpmfar 123 31pm 12 41 113SpdM2 48 38 383 33 3 24 316 310 304 ibOfU Headern riassctt Iv 720am - B Oa S W RY L FIELD SEEDS II 4 SI L Ry Fordsvllle DEO Branch aI3VEH Timothy per bushel E TIME TABLE No 9 Trains leave Louisville as follows SW BV O St LouisItAILWAY Cinclnnatl and the and tho West No jo No 1 6 No 1 8 Iy Iouletll a fi ajara 3 35am 2 45Pm Ar Cincinnati 645am ri 55am 0 05pm A r Columbus li 15am 5 5Jpm 11 cgptn S atpm Ar Pittsburg 7 35am Ar Washington 650 am 11 aoam s 3jpm Ar llaltimoro 7 50am Ar Phi adelphla 10 151m 340 pm Ar New York la 3onn S 55P Ar lloston 3pm 9 05pm Nraln No 16 has etejrant Pullman Hutlet Parlor Car to Cinclnnall and Drawl g rcooi bleeper und dining cars Ctnctniiitl to Watningion Ilaitlinure Philadelphia and New York without rhangr Tran No 18 has tligunt Pullman PailirCarto Cincinnati and Pulluuu Diuwliiu ruoiir mid dining cars Cincinnati lo New York without Chungs Train No so has leepers to Cinclnnall open at g oclock to receive passeige s Thursday W 0 Taul Bjech Fork was through this community last week purchasing young cattle Are you reading Hob McQrfgor in the Nuws If you are not you are miss- Â¬ ing a good thing Miises Ida and Father Frank visited at Tar Fork Baturday and Sunday They were guest of Mr and Mis J B Rice Misses Â¬ Clover per bushel Crimson Clover per bushel Red Top pu bushel Orchard Grass per bushel Blue Grass fanoy psr bushel Blue Orais extra per bushel Onion Sets Yellow per bushel TAKING EFFECT West Pound Trains White HIDK8 Oreen good Dry Salt good Dry flint good Sheep skins WOOL Dally I Dally I ex Sun ex Sun I No No5 No 8 No lUOam Lv Irvington Ar 920am 1160 Gartfcld 810 1205pm 12 12 22 1895 Hast Bound Train I Daily Daily STATIONS ex Sun ex Sun Harned lunclion Hardlnsburg Junction Kirk Gtendeane Dempster 7 50 7 40 7 30 7 15 t 1272 12 35 1258 Â¬ Tab washed Grease fine Hurry Blaok Durry and Outs MISCELLANEOUS Tallow Beeswax Sorghum Molasses 15 Vf 16 12 110 128 135 165 2 20 2 30 Jolly 700 660 620 600 516 608 460 6 30 arPallsIloughlv Dempster Hock vale Mitchell 242 264 309 320 Huth Askins Oaks 6 37 5 27 sftnm 4 41 CATARRH Oium James Taul visited on Beech Fork Sattir day and Sunday Fflo Hamblt lon and Bessie Missis M K ilatnbletou and jltfam G i St Louis SprlnQfield and the West L Â¬ nti niin North Vernon accomodation leavts at 7 I a in of popular candidates and they are going daily Charlestown accommodation leaves at J 30 p m to make the Pubs think of old times sicept burday TiainsNos 16 so and 44 havaclcgaotdaycoaches iu November Pullman parlor and sleeping cars to bl la uls Wick Barbee formerly of Uloverport TIIAINS AltlllVK From East 7 15 a m is 15 noon 6 40 p m 111 cultivate his un- Â¬ now of this place is sja m3 10am cle Win Howards farm on Clover Creek Kroia Weit -- 7 si a m is ij p m 640P m City Ticket office southeast comer Fourth and this year Wick says he will keep batch Main streets Dtpot Seventh and river Yfs ye think confidence la restored Iordctsil Information retarding rates time on connecting lints sleeping parlor diniig cats etc and times are Improving rapidly lMe addrtss US IWUnVN O S W Ily Ticket Agent II PUtrlct rats the Inauguration fer there waa a gentle- Â¬ 4th and Main loulsyilleT Ky man from Clover Creek in this commuorJMCHKSSBROUGIt General Pas cnger Agent Cincinnati Ohio nity a tew days ago offering 0 per O H WAKKKL Assistant month for a first claw farm hand General Passenger A jnt C1iwbm Ohio Â¬ The Democrats 1 ava a complete ticket Ar Springfield Ar St Louis Louisville sjjum is jonn No so No 8 10 040pm oJJini No 44 gaopni 7 4m nam i Good Neat Printing Is just as essential to success In business as your rating with any of tho mcrchun- tile agencies Vrjtc us for prices and 3 samples All work 1 guaranteed iSSS 5ij vl sc 9 33am ihbbbbI v wsTevBlV U SBS SB f ssssSessHssssKisjsSrlsssSsssssP V y yv Breckenridge News mmiMMi I THE BRElOKEXNRIDGH NRWS OLOYRRPORT CHRIST THE CAPTAIN REV DR TALM AGE PREACHES A SERMON OF MARTIAL ELOQUENCE KY 1 tho WnTIs of pcrfllthjll niitt nniidits very Binoko and flnmo nnd blasphemy he wnved his triumph whilo demons howled with dofcat nnd heaven Off Â¬ The Savloor Is the Leader the Cross tho Standard and All May Serve In the Great Army Fighting For a Glorious Cause Washington March 14 At this thud when our national capital hns Tor ten days been nblazo with our na Â¬ tional flag tho imagery of this sermon of Dr Tnliuapo seems very vivid nnd appropriate Tho text is Psalms xx 5 In tho namo of God wo will set up our jl banners I hato war In my boyhood wo may havo read tho biography of Alexander or of somo Revolutionary licro until our young heart beat high and wo wished wo had been born over 100 years ngo just for tho gory of striking down a Hessian For rusty swords hung up on tho rafters njel bullets out out of log houses in which they were lodged dur- Â¬ ing tho great strifo wo had unbounded ndmiration or on somo public day clothed in our grandfathers soldierly accoutennents wo felt as hrnvo as Gar-Â¬ ibaldi or Mlltiades Wo aro wiser now for wo mako a vast distinction between tho poetry nnd tho proso of war Tho roll of drums and tho call of bugles and tho champing of steeds foaming and pawing for tho battle a hundred thousand muskets glittering among tho dancing plumes God Savo tho King waving up from clarinets and trum- Â¬ pets and rung back from deep de- Â¬ nies or tho arches of a prostrato city distant capitals of kingdoms illuminated at tho tidings generals returning homo under flaming arches and showering amaranths nnd tho shout of empires that is poetry Chilled and half blanketed lying on tho wet earth feet soro with tho march and bleeding nt tho slightest touch hunger pulling on every fiber of flesh or attempting to satisfy itself with a scanty nnd spoiled ration thirst licking up tho dew or drinking out of filthy and tram Â¬ pled pool thoughts of homo and kindred far nwny whilo jubt on tho ovo of a deadly strifo whero death may leap on him from any ono of a hundred bayo- nets tho closing in of two armies now changed to n hundred thousand maniacs tho ground slippery with blood and shat- Â¬ tered Hcsh fallen ones writhing under tho hoofs of unbridled chargers madden ed with pain tho dreadfulncss of night that comes down when tho strifo is over tho strugglo of tho wounded ones crawling out over tho corpses tho long feverish agony of tho crowded barrack and hospital from whoso mattresses tho fragments of men send up their groans tho onlymnsio of caruago and butchery dcsolato homes from which fathers and husbands and brothers and sons went off withont giving any dying messago or sending n kiss to tho dear ones at home tumbled into tho soldiers gravo trench and houses in which a fow weeks before unbrokon family circles rejoiced now plunged in tho great sor- Â¬ rows of widowhood and orphauago that is prose No Quarter Will Tie Given But thcro is now on tho earth n king Â¬ dom which has fcet itself up for conflicts without number In its march it tram pics no graiuflolds it sacks no cities it impoverishes no treasuries it fills no hospitals it bereaves no funiilics Tho courago and victory of Solferino and Magenta without carnage tho kingdom of Christ against tho kingdom of satau that is tho strifo now raging Wo will offer no armistices Wo will uiako no treaty Until all tho rovolted nations of tho earth shall submit again to King Emmanuel in tho namo of God wo will set up our banners Every army has its ensigns Long be foro tho timo when David wrototho text tlioy wero in use Tho hosts of Israel displayed them Tho tribo of Benjamin carried a- flag with tho inscription of n wolf tho tribo of Dan n representation of cherubim Judah a lion wrought into tho groundwork of white purplo crim- Â¬ son and blue Such flags from their folds shook firo into tho hearts of such numbers as woro iu tho field when Abi juh fought against Jehoram mid thoro wero 1200000 soldiers und moro than COO 000 wero loft dead on tho field Thcso ensigns gavo heroism to such numbers ns wero assembled when Asa fought against Zcrah and there wero 1680000 troops in tho battlo Tho Athenians carried an inscription of tho owl which was their emblem of wis- Â¬ dom The flags of modern nations nro familiar to you nil and mauy of them so inappropriate for tho character of tho nations thoy represout it would bo im- Â¬ politic to cuumcrato them Theso en Â¬ signs aro streamers borno on tho point fS of u lanco nnd on tho top of wooden shafts They are carried in tho front and rear of armies They unroll from tho main topgallant masthead of an admirals flagship to distinguish it among other ships of the samo gquadrou They nro tho objects of national prido The loss of thoui on tho field is ignominious Tho tln eo bttuuers of tho Lords hosts aro thobauncrof proolnmatiou tho ban ner of recruit and tho banner of victory When a uatlon feels its rights infringed or its honor insulted when its citizens liavo in foreign climes been oppressed nnd no iudomuity has been offered to tho inhabitant of tho republio or king Â¬ dom n proclamation of war is uttered On tho tops of batteries and arsenals nnd custom houses and rovenuo offices flags nro immediately swung out All look upon thorn realize the fact jj who uncompromising war is declared that Thus it is that tho church of Jesus Christ jealous for tho honor of its sov Â¬ ereign and dotenuiued to get back those who liavo been carried off captive into tho bondage of satan and intent upou the destruction of those mighty wrong which have so long cursed the earth and bent spoQ the extension of the Saviours reign of mercy in the name of God seta op ite banner of proclamation Awault A tort Ma The ohuroh wake no assault mpon Â¬ Â¬ f I ii BMf uWecwt in iia nila Let m ate UM work talking so Moota afalu OoivwfaoMd jt wBMseA a Uta fcf ginning XIiotifti n virwngriiilil CT God I sro in it yet tho great Fathers lineament1 Though tossed and driven by tho storms of 0000 years sho sails bravely yet and ns at her lnunc hlng iu tho beginning the morning Btars sang together and all tho sous of God shouted for joy so nt last when coming into tho calm harbor of Gods mercy sho shall bo greeted by tho huzzas of glori fled kingdoms It is not tho world against which wo contend but its transgressions Whatever is obstinate in tho will degrading in passion harmful in custom fnlso iu friendship hypocrit Â¬ ical iu profession against nil this Christ makes onsot From fulsc profes sion ho would tear tho mask From op pression ho would tear tho rod From prido ho would rend off tho plumes From rovengo ho would exorciso tho devil Whilo Christ loved tho world so much ho died to savo it ho hates sin so well that to cradicuto the lust traco of its pollution ho will utterly consume tho continents nnd tho oceans At tho gato of Eden tho declaration of perpet- Â¬ ual enmity was mado against tho ser pent Tho tumult roundabout Mount Sinai was only the roar nnd flash of Gods artillery of wrath against sin Sodom on firo was only ono of Gods flaming bulletins announcing hostility Kiucvcli and Tyro and Jerusalem iu nwful ruin mark tho trnck of Jehovuhs advancement They show that God was terribly in earnest when ho announced himself abhorrent of nil iniquity They mako us believe that though nations belligerent and rovengeful may sign ar ticles of peace and como to an nmicnblo adjustment thcro shall be no cessation of hostilities between tho forces of light and the forces of darkness until tho kingdoms of this world huvo becomo tho kingdoms of our Lord Affrighted by no opposition discouraged by no temporary defeats shrinking from no exposure every man to his position while from tho tops of our schoolhouscs nnd churches and seminaries and asy Â¬ lums iu tho namo of God wo will tet up our banners A Glorious Standard Again it was tho custom in ancient times for tho pnrposo of gathering ar mies to lift an ensign on tho top of borne high hill so that all who saw it would feel impelled to rally around it In moro modern times tho samo plan has been employed for tho gathering of an army Thus it is that tho church of Christ lifts its flag for recruits Tho cross of Jesus is our standard planted on tho hill of Calvary Other armies demand that persons desiring to cuter tho lists of war shall bo between such nnd such an ago lest tho folly of cx trcnio youth or the infirmity of ndvanced ngo bo a clog rather than an ndvautago But uouo is too young for Christs regiment none can bo too old Tho hand that is strong enough to bound a ball or trundle a hoop is skilled enough to fight for Christ whilo many a haud trem bling with old age has grasped tho ar- Â¬ row of truth and with a dim eyo closo to it taking aim has sent its sharp point right through tho heart of tho Kings enemies Many of you have long ago had your names written on tho roll of colcstial troops and yon like tho serv- Â¬ ice well although you now bear tho scars of multitudinous couflipts and can recount many a long march and tell of siego guns opened on you that you thought never would bo spiked But thcro may bo somo who liavo not yet enlisted Your being hero implies that you nro seriously thinking about it and your attention makes mo hopo you aro only looking for tho standard to bo hoisted Will you not 100 of yon with all tho aroused enthusiasm of your na- Â¬ ture come bounding into tho ranks whilo in tho name of God wo set up our baunors Through natural modesty do you hold back and say I will bo of no advan- Â¬ tage to Christ I am too awkward to learn tho step of tho host or to bo of To nny service in tho shock of battle you I mako tho reply Try it Ono hour under ChristB drill mid you would so well understand his rules that tho first stop of your march henvouwurd would mako tho gates of hell tremble on their hinges Wo may uot bo ns polished and trim as many Christians wo havo known nnd wo may not ns well undor stand snapshooting but thcro is rough work which wo can nil accomplish Wo may bo uxmeu and how a pathway through tho forests Wo may bo spades Â¬ men and dig tho trendies or throw up tho fortifications Wo do not care whero wo do not caro what if we can only help in tho cuuso of our King and shout as loudly ns any of them at tho comple- Â¬ tion of tho conquest There nro nou professors who havo a very correct idea of what Christians ought to bo You havo seen members of tho church who wero ns proud as Ahab and lied as badly as Ananias and who wero us foul hypocrites as Judas You abhor nil that You say followers of Christ ought to bo honornblo humblo nnd self denying and chnritublo and pa Â¬ tient and forgiving Auien So they ought Como into tho kingdom of Christ my hearer and bo just that glorious Christian that you havo do Ecribed Every church has enough stiugy men in it to arrest its charities and enough proud men iu it to griovo away tho Holy Ghost and enough lazy men in it to hung on behind till its wheels liko Pharaohs chariots drag heavily and enough worldly men to exhaust tho patience of tho very elect nnd euough snarly men to mako appropriate tho Bl Bowaroof dogs bio warning If nny of yon men on tho outsido of tho king Â¬ dom expect to mako such Christians as that wo do not wuut you to como for tho church has already a million mem Â¬ bers too many of just that kiud Wo do not wont onr runks crowded with serfs when wo can have them filled with zouaves Thero nro men now as Iu Christs time possessed of seven devils In bowo instances it seems as though at conver- Â¬ sion nuly six of theso evil spirits were oast out while thero remains still ono in the heart- - tho devil of avarice tho devil of lust or the devil of pride Men of the world Jf you would be trans Â¬ formed and elevated by the power of the gospel now k thet lino to come It is no mean ewsign I lift this hour It is a time honored gag It haa been in ter rifle battle DfttgflU in hadest ot a gavioarsJmMUktUou iro JMtttotaew to Calvary Jtcwt to Walls eesiaagfet the spears of - nuMene4 MhHasy mi the hands at mm who said Let Mat Wist Ibis ensign to Ma beoraeiaed bkoulag bawl tka Havkwr soalad tba btUMa of oar sUu WMfe tktt M meant Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Thronged his chariot wheels And bora him to his throno Then swept their golden harps and sung Tho glorious work Is dono A Victory Wgnal Again when n grand victory has been won it is customary to auuounco it by flags floating from public buildings nnd from trees nnd from tljo masts of ships They aro tho signnl for eulogy and rejoicing nnd festivity So tho en sign which the church hoists is a banner of victory Thcro was a timo when the religion of Christ was not considered respectable Men of learning nnd posi tion frowned upon it Governments nnathematized its supporters To bo a Christian wns to bo an underling But tnnrk tho difference Religion has compelled tho worlds respect Infidelity in tho tremendous effort it has mado to crush it has complimented its power And there is uot now n singlo civilized nntion but iu its constitution or laws or proclamations pays homago to the religion of tho cross In tho war in India when Sir Archibald Campbell found in nn hour of danger that tho men ho or dered to tho field wero intoxicated and asked for tho pious men whom tho Chris- Â¬ tian Huvclock had under his manage Â¬ ment ho snld Call out Ilnvelocks saints They aro never drunk nnd Ilnve lock is always ready That Chris tianity which gathered its first trophies from the fishermens huts on tho shore of Galileo now has Samsoninn strength thrown upou its Bhoulders nnd has carried off the gates of science nnd world ly power Wo point not to tho fortresses and standing armies nnd navies as tho evidenco of tho churchs progress Wo point to tho men whom Christ has re Â¬ deemed by his blood What if arsenals and navy yards do not belong to tho church Wo do not want them Tho weapons of our war fero nro not carnal but spiritual nnd mighty through God to tho pulling down of strongholds Tho world nnd satau hava no idea of tho strength and heroism which God will yet lot out against tho forces of darkness As yet they liavo hud only ono round from tho first regiment Tho Lord of Hosts will soon appear in tho field nt tho head of his troops Depend upou it that when God inspires tho soul with a new lifo ho puts in it tho priuciplo of never givo up In all ages of tho church thcro havo been thoso who havo had n faith that was almost equal to sight looking through persecution and reverses with as much expectation as through palpablo achievements Thero havo bton men for Christ who havo acted ns did tho favor ito troops of Brien attacked byFitzpat rick of Ossory Tho wounded soldiers begged that they might enter tho fight with tho others They said Lot stakes bo stuck in tho ground nnd suffer each of us tied to and supported by ono of theso stakes to battlo in tho ranks by tho side of n soundman It is said that 700 or 800 men palo and emnciated from former wounds and thus supported by tho stakes struggled through the combat Thus has it been that multi- Â¬ tudes of tho children of God though feeling themselves weak nnd wounded perhaps in body perhaps in estate per Â¬ haps in soul supported by tho staff of Gods promise havo warred it up to tho hilt in tho subjugation of a world of wickedness Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 cclno to tTico ill tilts nameof tho Lord of Hots the God of tho armies of Israel whtim thou hnst defied Effect of thfl Conquest Now tho church goes forth bearing precious seed but otter nwhllo it will bo tho shenf binding and reaper nugels shall hliout tho harvest home Now it is tents and marching and exposure but then iu tho ranks of Jirostrutc iniquity and on tho very walls of heaven in tho name of God wo will t ot up our banÂ¬ ntut thtfPylenrcSMeirTnh ruidtuo oceans tho walking place of him who trod tho wnvo crests of Galilee nnd tho grcnt heavens becomo n sounding bonrd which Bhnll strike back tho sound of ex- Â¬ WHY NOT TRY J E KEITH work ultation to tho enrth till it rebound ngaiu to tho throno of tho Almighty Angel of tho Aioealyphc fly flyl For who will stand in tho way of thy might or resist tho sweep of thy wing SON on your Granite and Marble quarry and manuÂ¬ They buy direct from facture and deal in nil kinds of Cemetery work Our ptices will be found ns low ns such work can be sold for by any competitor A Mighty Cause mighty iu this cause for wo havo tiio help of tho pious dead Mes Â¬ sengers of salvation from high heaven they visit tho field They stand behind us to keep us from ignominious retreat Thoy go beforo us to encourage us in the strife Tho McCheyues and tho Pay sons nnd tho Martyns and tbo Brain erds an uncounted multitudo ot tho glorified nro onr coadjutors Havo you Tho herdsheard tho Swiss tradition men say that three great leaders of tho Helvetic nation though seemingly dead nro only lying down under the ground in their old timo dress refreshing themselves with sleep and that if at any timo tho liberties of thoir country nro in danger they will immediately spring to their feet nnd drive back the enemy May I not havo tho thought that if ever tho church of tho blessed Christ Bhnll be threatened with destruction by tho foes which seem too great for her strength tho Lord himself will not only como to tho dclivcrauco but thoso great ancients who have scorned to bo sleeping cunoug tho dead shall immediately hear tho trumpet blast of tho church militant and full armed spring back to their old positions in tho ranks More than of God with tho battlccry couquorers through him that loved us Although wo havo already much to en- Â¬ courage us in tho work of tho worlds evangelization yet wo must confess that muoh of onr timo has been consumed in planting our batteries and getting ready for tho conflict Wo havo not yet begun to preach Wo havo uot yet begun to pray Wo have not yet begun to work On tho coast of heuthendom aro mission ary statious They huvo scarcely yet be gun to accomplish what they propose It takes somo timo to dig the trenches aud elevate tho standard and direct tho rent guns From what I hear I think they are ntwut reudy now Lot but the great Captain wavo tho signal and tho ringing of colcstiul weaponry shull quako every dungeon of holl and sound np umoug tho thrones of heaveu Pago das and temples shall tumble under tho shock and besotted nations flying from their idols and superstitions shouting HKO tno cuntounded worshipers of Baal Tho Lord ho IsthoGodl Tho Lord ho is tho Godt We go not nlono to tho field Wo havo invincible allies in tho dumb eleinonts of nature As Job said wo nro iu leaguo With the very stones of tho flold Tho sun by day nnd tho moon by night di- Â¬ rectly or indirectly shall favor Chris tipnity Tho stars iu I hoir courses nro marshaled for us ns they fought ngulust Siscra Tho winds of heaven nro now ns certainly acting in favor of Christ as in reformation times tho invinciblo armada in its pride approached tho coast of England As that proud navy directed its guns against tho friends of Christ nnd religious liberty God said unto his winds Scizo hold of them and to Tho Lord tho sea Swallow them with his tempests dashed their hulls together nnd splintered them on tho rocks until tho flower of Spanish pride nnd vulor luy crushed among the waves of the seubeach All aro purs Aye God tho Father God tho Sou and God the Holy Ghost are our allissl The Mohiuumedauf iu their struggle to subjugae the world had passages from the Koran inscribed oh tlie blades of their sclwitew and wa have nothing to fear if approaching the IttMeUty aud maUe that Ofm tbo klfdOM of Christ waaball have glittering cm ow gUt words the words of Davy to Wo nro Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ners Tho earth sends up its long deep groan of pain and clanks the great chains of its bondngo nnd cries by tho voico of sen nnd land nnd sky How long O Lord how long Thero wns a tradition on tho other sido of tho water that tho daughter of Lir was transform ed into a bird of tho air aud that sho wandered for hundreds of years over river and lake until tho nrrival of Chris- Â¬ tianity nnd that at tho stroke of tho first cathedral bell her spirit was freed Uncounted millions of our raco by tho power of sin nnd satan huvo been trans Â¬ formed into u stuo of wretchedness nnd they wander liko tho poor daughter of Lir but they shall nftcr nwhilo bo released When tho great church of Christ shall in thoso darkened lauds from its tower ring out tho glad tidings of tho gospel then millions of wander ing souls Bhnll find rest in n Saviours pity nnd a Saviours love transported from the kingdom of satan into the kingdom of Gods dear Sou By nnd by you would hardly know tho enrth if you saw it Tho world as a whole shall bo as greatly improved ns the individual heart by conversion Frnud leaving its trickery will go to work for nn honest living Knavery shall begin to mako righteous bargains Passion Bhnll nnswer to tho control of reason Scoffers shall bo changed into worshipers and skeptics into Bible lovers Christ shall begin his reign on earth Whether ho shall descend on to tho earth iu person nnd establish n gov- Â¬ ernment nt Jerusalem I cannot say bnt it will bo un era of moro than Augustun splendor That is enough Knowing this wo can never despair But as wo seo tho church of Christ putting on her beautiful garments aud arising to thine wo will sny with tho cnthnsiasm of Oliver Cromwell who standing beforo his sick aud famine stricken soldiers at Dunbar saw tho sun rising out of tho morning mist and pointing to it witli his sword uttered n prayer which hurled his men upou tho crushed foo liko n sky Arise O Godl fall of thunderbolts With Let thino enemies bo scattoied tho car of faith I catch tho sound of tho latter day glory Church of Christ nn sheath thy sword and this moment into tho bnttlo In tho name of Christ march on I Upon every school nnd hospital upon every baukers desk and merchants counter upon overy chemists laboratory and astronomors tower upon shepherds hut and woodmans cabin upon ships deck and sailors hummock far out on tho sen and high up in tho mountain beforo tho gazu of nations under tho npplaudits of heaven in tho namo of God wo will sot up our banners My subject has taught you that in this contest we nro not withont ensigns nnd colors All we want now is men to carry them Beforo I sit clown I must proposo to cuch of you this great honor Becoming a Christian is uot so ignoble It a thing ns many havo thought it makes a mnu 6toop you say I know it but it is only the stoop of nn heir of roynlty who on his knees is to recoivo n crown of dominion Wo wnut standard bearers iu all pulpits iu nil places of business everywhere I do not ask you how old you nro nor how young how weak or how strong how dull or how sharp nor what your homo nor who your ancestors Without nny condition without nny rcscrvo in tho namo of tho God of Israel I offer you tho honor of carrying tho churchs ensigns Do not bo afraid of tho assaults of n world whoso ranks you desert nor of devils who will opposo you with infernal might It were moro blessed to fall hero than stnud anywhere else It wero moro of an honor engaged with Christ to bo trampled underfoot with this army of banners than opposing Christ to bo buried liko Edward I iu Egyptian porphyry The Surrender You know in ancient times elephants wero trained to fight aud that on ono occusiou instead of attacking tho eno my they turned upon their owners mid thousands were crushed under the strokes of their trunks and the moun tain weight of their step Thcso mighty opportunities of work foi Christ may accomplish groat things in overthrowing tho Bin of tho world nnd beating to pieces its errors but if wo do not wield Uiom ariuht these very ndvautaccH will In unguarded moments turn terribly upon ns and uudcr their heels of vengo Rejected nuco grind us to powder blessings are soi enfold curses Wo enn not compromise this matter Wo cuunot stand asldo aud look on Christ has de Â¬ clared it All who nro not with mo Lord Jcsns wo sur Â¬ nro against me render Tho prophecies intimato that thcro shall beforo tho destruction of tho world bo ono great bnttlo between truth and unrighteousness Wo shull not probably seo it on enrth God grunt thnt wo may boo it bending from tho battlements of heaveu On tho Bido of siii shull bo ar- Â¬ rayed ell fonns of oppression nnd cruelty led on by iufumous kings nnd gen- Â¬ erals tho votaries of paganism led on by their priests tho subjects of Moham medanism following tho command of their sheiks And gluttony nnd intern poranco and iniquity of every phaeo shall All bo largoly represented on tho field the wealth nnd splendor mid power nnd glory of wickedness sbnll bo concentrat- Â¬ ed on thnt ono decisive spot nnd mndden ed by 10000 previous defeats shall gather themselves np for ono last ter Â¬ rible assault With liutrcd to God for their causo and blasphemy for tho bnttlo cry they sprcud out over tho earth iu squaro beyond rqnuro nnd legion be yond legion whilo in seine overhanging cloud of hluckucss foul tplrils of hell watch this last strugglo of hin and darkness for dominion Scattered by tho Llntta cf JehovuhB nostrils pluuder und sin aud satnnio force shull qnit tho field As the roar of tho conflict mwihIb thrcurh tho universe all worlds chUll Ihtcn Tho air shall be f nil of wiufsof heavenly cohorts Tho work is dene mid iu tho pretence of it world icclulucd for tho crown of Jcsua sad amid he crumbling of tyrannies and the clefeut of sutaulo forro und maid the Miuml of heavenly acclama Â¬ tions the church shall rite up in the im Â¬ age of our Lord aud w ith tho erowu of victory ph herbcud and the scepter of dotuinicn iu liar hand iu the same of God shall tet up her banners Then xi Slcu Hiwlaa Khali trxGirc Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Drill n In Winter Bruin does not rctiro from tho open till ho is compelled to doroby frost mid snow Ho lUes through tho summer on berries buns itfsects of overy kind grass mice cr nny other small niiimnl thnt ho can get I may say for tho ben Â¬ efit of tho gentlemen that publish so many terrifying bear stories in the daily newspapers that bruin is ns harmless as a cow during tho summer and will tako to his heels in fright on sight of n human being It is only when ho leaves ids loir too early in tho spring aud ho is not nblo to find anything to eat that ho will attack man but ho prefers n calf or sheep and tho farmers tublo is ofteii short nt sundown But ns I have said when winter overtakes him ho sets about to find n winter home Ho has very likely during the summer when poking his uoso into hollow trees looking for the honey uf wild bees seen somo placo that will Buit him und to this ho goes straight Â¬ way The trco must bo n large one nnd ho will not select it unless thcro is n spaco with plenty of room whero tho snow or rain cannot reach him Thus secured ho bundles himself together his head on his paws closes his eyes and remains in this posture till thoso blind motions of tho spring tell that tho year has turned Then lie drags himself out und begins his strugglo for existence Sometimes however when lying in this stupor loud sounds startle him und his trco custlo shakes This is when tho lumbermen huvo found him nnd aro as sailing tho treo with their nxes He sel Â¬ dom escapes uud if he does ho willsuic ly dio iu tho fcnowy forest unless ho enn find another home Our Animal Friends Â¬ Estimates promptly given on application J E KEITH SON CLOVERPORT KY To The Public Uew Harness New Buggies New Horses Is what youll get when you order a rig from us Prompt services and rates reasonable HEYSEH STADEE CLOVERPORT KY Northumbrian Womans Diet A Northumbrian woman whoso work lay in tho fields who cumoof a big race mid ullaytil her own hearty uppetito with oatmeal porridgo nnd milk was naturally buxom and blowsy and had a gait nnd manner that belonged to her You could not expect much vocation delicacy or re fincment there Yet many of thcso big strong awkward women had n simple kindness uud nffeetionntc ness thilt belonged equally with their faults to nn unsophisticated nature I speak of tho old style chango lias been proceeding rupidly during tho lust dec ado or two Tho gangs of womon now to bo seen nro paler iu color moro stuutid told by thoso who in size and I employ thcut less capnblo workers than thoir predecessors And this by n kind of paradox is nn effect of hotter times It is to it large extent duo to diet Sinco wheat lias fallen so much in price flour has supplnut d oatmeal nnd milk has Tho now been ousted by cheap tea food may bo moro genteel but it is not Longmans so nourishing as tho old Magaziuo A Nursery Stock 12000 3 and 4 year old Ben Davis ti Apple trees at 200 per 100 4000 No 1 Peach trees at 500 per 100 No order accepted for less than 100 trees Address HIGHLAND NURSERY OLOVERPORT KY Tho Wolf Dog of Ireland Dublin has sustained n serious loss in tho denth of u splendid specimen of tho Irish wolf dog Congal was of tho purest breed of this almost extinct brand of dog nnd though tho sluughtcr of tho last Irish wolf 100 years ugo might havo been expected to deprivo him of his condition nnd ferocity as of his rnison detre ho was as fiuo n beast as any of his more fortunately situated ancestors could havo becu It is related that tho Into Professor Hnughtou a constant vis- Â¬ itor to tho zoo used to say that if ho wero walking in tho gardens and n keepÂ¬ er told him that tho royal Bengal tiger bad broken looso ho would answer do outly Thank God it is ivot tho Irish Westminster Gazette Kolf ilg Â¬ IiJ 1 SUITINGS I I FOR If You Contemplate Having Any TIN anc IRON ROOFING J S SHBN and BOYS 5 i I 1 I I I e i J v x Amply Irutectcd by Ills Mule Frank Mooro of Beuuotts Chapel Ivy while returning home from n political meeting wns attacked at Mo- Â¬ rtons Hill by two footpads One seized the mulos bit und tho animal retaliat- Â¬ ed by seizing his hand Tho other ran Â¬ i o yl GUTTERS s and SPOUTS to his companions assistance but was Mooro kicked over an embankment was thrown off his mule on to tho first footpad Tho robbers took fright and fled nnd Moore nfter a littlo trouble reenptured tho mulo and rode homo Clevewithout further molestation land Plain Dealer Â¬ I 1 1 i I Write for j Ii Natal Utility In addition to tho torpedo bout do stroyer During which is about tho British North American sqund roil it is further uuuonnced that during tho coming winter tho battleship Ho uowu 11 guns 11 J SO tons and 13000 horsepower und tho cruiser Flora 10 guns lUUU tons uud 0000 horsopower will join tho squadron Tho regiments iu garrison nt Halifax aro also to bo bronght up to their full war strength These measures uro tho cause of much comment Now York Sun IlrlCI 1 tore-en-forc- o el l j i 5 Estimates and Prices Geo Getzendanner CLOVERPORT KY ii 1 Latrst Garments from and upward in Urown Bluo and Black Ennglifih Worsted Suitings all new nice fitting vvvvwvvvvwwwvvvvvvV Suits for 1 BoyB from 00 to 800 23 cts to 1 tmmimtpmmm 50 Knee Pants from Tho Ilcrolo Ae Ho speaks not well who doth his timo dcploro Naming it new and little and ohscuru Ignohlu and unfit for lofty deeds All times wero modern in the timo of them Aud this no mora than others Do thy part Hero In tho living day as did tho grvut Bo shall men Who tiindo old duys Immortal Fur gailng bark to this receding hour Bay Then tho timo when men wero truly test Special Drives on Jean Panta frc m 60 cts to 1 00 To appreciate our immenBO stock of Spring Pants you must see them uuiiu A TRIAL IS ALL men Though wars grow less their spirits mot tbo Of no conditions conquering civla wrong Saving the stato anew by virtuous lives Defying leagiud fraud with sluglo truth Not fearing loss and daring to bo pure When error through tho Und raged like a pest Thoy calmed tho madness caught from mind W E BROWN Leading Shoe Dealer Thats Necessary TO GET A Sniocth to mind By wisdom drawn from eld und counsel sano And as thu martyrs ot tho ancient world Quve death fur man so nobly gavo thoy llfo Those the grout days and that tho herola age IRVINGTON KY a In Century F A BEAVIN Shave an Hair Cut and a good clcanSlinmpoo Can be found nt Iron East-cnel-- of miucn from abroad have arrived at Hot Springs and aro busy proipooting for gold in tho mountains adjacent to that oity Rich finds aro reported six miles northeast and tho mining fovor is becoming intense Tho woods aro fall of prospectors Soma Potatoes Gold lound In Arkansas Within the past few weeks a numbor Practical Surveyor bridge TKUMS ItRASONAUIK Address all communications to Clover port Ky Once a Customer always one T L J C BUSH D D S CanneKon lad Arnold Office on 6th St A Cartersville young lady who re Â¬ Dsntlilrln all Its Brtnohes psetUtd sod cently visited in 1iokcim county brings performed la tho matt skillful baek a marvelous story us to tho size of all opsrttloni uitDDcr st priest to suit th tlmei grow in that seot sweet potatoes tliut Grown tnd Brldg Work ipselsltr Tstth Why they are so large the eitret4 PotlUvil Without Plo tlou says that tho people have to eat thetul Most fjamplsta Beitlat Haawts OartersYille Gae up with a ehopax Souihsris Indiana News - lu 5 8 Breckenridge News SSEfS THH BRROKRKRIDGR NRWS OLOYERPORT KY er btrdnlhal were my childhood compan- Â¬ ions but space forbids I almost imag Â¬ ined ns I rodo along tho lonely road that 1 could still hear all their tongs and cries and calls The Quail piping for its mate Cures talk In favor in the distant wheat flild The cry of of Hoods Barsaparllla I as for no other medl- the Ptfwee as it flutters from cliff to cliff elno Its great cures recorded In truthful in search of a Miltahle place to build lis convincing langusgo of grateful men and nest Tho Snow birds clustered In the effcctlvo ad Â¬ women constitute Its most hedges talking to each oher of their vertising Many of theso cures aro mar- Â¬ prospective trip North And the lone- Â¬ velous Thoy havo won tho confidence ol pcoploj havo given Hoods Barsapa- Â¬ some monotonous evening wail of the tho The drumming of Pheas rllla tho largest sales In the world and WhlpperwIII have made necessary for its manufacture ans In the distant woodland and from the greatest laboratory on earth Hoods the depths of the dark ravin 8 camo the Barsaparllla Is known by tho cures It has notes of the Cuckoo as thoy would striko made cures of scrofula salt rheum and the air more and moro slowly like the eczema cures ot rheumatism neuralgia clack of adlsant wheel that Is being and weak nerves cures of dyspopsla liver sUpped at the cloioof harvest troubles catarrh cures which provo ijfmmitii iri ii tion of self that war entails Tho fact is not ill founded neither Is it unanswera Â¬ In D V 0 BttWga Edltori tad ProprUtri ble The attempt will bo made in this column to show that peace bath Its WEDNESDAY MAUOII 21 1897 victories and quietude Its problems that thero are calls sharp and dtclslvr away from selfishness and that whether Some Rambling Thoughts tho answer of our nation is to bo satis- Â¬ By Nemo factory to all demands placed upon It Copyrighted depends on tho young people of tho I reckon that Intensity of love or ones present day country has always been inost noteworA distinction without a difference thy among populations that have Inhab Â¬ ited one region for ages The rocks and amounts to nothing There Is a differ rills of such a land all becomo In time eneco a real difference a vast d ff r tho scenes of events that make them enco between Dr Bells precious and the hillsides cover theboncs and any other cough cold or lung rem Â¬ of un numbered dead whoso names are edy To see it or tasto it proves this im- Â¬ still borne by tho living So the hearts mediately but tho greatest difference is of the people strike their roots into the to be found in the results coming fiom Besides cutting tho phlegm soil and become part of it as even with its use the Greonlanders whose dreary coasts and curing tho cough or cold at once It hold the feelings of the Inhabitants In soothes tho irritation heals the lungs and brouchlal8 It fortifies the sjstetn such thrall that absence means agony agdnst cold from tho ue of which no even death evil after effects can arise Â¬ y Cures The Fsoplo Are Waiting Atlanta Conltltu lfn Â¬ I Jl If Hoods Sarsaparilla Hungary has recently celebrated thousandth year of existence Is tho best In fact the One Truo Blood Ptirlfler MATTINGLY of proof that I reckon also it cro llver MM easy to tho ancient people most firmly knit toHOOU S FlllS take cuay to operate fflc Plenty of rain and bad roads gether In one where those whose precari Â¬ W N Pato went to Louisvlllo last ous existence was continued only by week with a lot of hogs and cattle BIROS vigilance and coulllct I need not hesi Â¬ James Dell has returned home from Wrltt n Kxptessly for the ChilJrtn by I M Smilh tate to cite the Spartans since the mind tho South where he lias spent the win- Â¬ As I rode through tho country a few of each well informed reader will at ter days ago I eaw lying In tho road a beau once recall the hardening and unifying AsherNewby of Tar Fork and Miss tiful bird dead The thought came to experience of that little nation whose Grade Crist of this place were the me what becomes of all the birds It members preferred to perish together guests Sunday of Miss Alice Brickey is not often that wo see a dead bird and rather than live separated Similar of Davitss while r fi ctlng I remembered my fond Cornelius Whitehous proof Is given by Rome in its early days county was here last week lending a ners for birds when I wrs a boy The when it was being prepared by most helping hand to his brother Mr Isaac ttudy of their names and habitp was my strenuous experiences for tho conquest Whltebouso He returned home Fri greatest pleasure therefore I was well National trials largely ac- Â¬ diy of the world acquainted with the peculiar characteriscount for national strength A series of meetings began at the Tar tics of all tho birds In the country Fork Christian church last Wednesday I thought of the balmy spring morn Â¬ Rev Green will conduct the ings when I would be awakened by tho Furthermore tho nearer people come night to telling the deeds of heroes by word meeting We hope ho will have a grand Cat bird singing in the apple treo neor of mouth as did Homer the Old Testa Â¬ meeting and a rich harvest by I would steal out In baio feet and Mr Isaac Whitehouse who has been try to get sight of the little Kentucky ment worthies and the bards when willing surrender of self to patriotic du- so low f n tho past two weeks with drop Â¬ Mocking bird while it was singing but ty When the Hashing eyes of tho fath Â¬ sy of the heart ended his sufferings here it always saw me first which it let me er accentuate tho story of his own deeds on earth hut Wednesday morning at 3 know by Its cat ke cry from whence it that he is pouring Into the childs soul oclock Mr Whitehouse was a highly derives its name nnd then I would reach or when the mother knee Instruction respected citizen of this plare and his the boughs of the tree for its nest and tells why tho childs father fought and death was a shock to his many friends discover it in tho topmost branches I died then the father becomes to him here and elsewhere Ho was 53 years of would climb up to it and when I touched a living epistle and his ancestors a age He was married in the COs to Miss the nest the mouths of tho four little Rosa Mattingly daughter of B J Mat cloud of witnesses beggars would ily open as much as to tlngly of this place Ho has ever since say give us a worm I was greatly Where are we now Approaching been n devoted husband and a kind tempted to take the little birds away but the homo land When long residence father Mr Whitehouse was a Catholic I happened to think of tho lines from the in one place a perpetual state of con by faith and was a strict and devoted song that you children all sing When they can fly In the bright blue ky llict and the handing down of war tra- member He leaves a wife and nine They will warble a song for me ditions by the fathers are found to be children and a host of friends to mourn Anct when I am tad ihey will maVe me gaj strong Inducements to patriotism what Ids loss but may our loss be his gain In To thnk they are happy aril free hope Is there for our country 7 In one brighter mansions aboye His remains How well I remember my rejoicing hundred years or in other words since were laid to rest In the cemetery at St that I was not a man and did not have tho fathers of living aged men were boys Marys church near this place Thursday to get out and hustle for a living on soft our population has grown from some- Â¬ afternoon Tho bereaved ones have the lazy spring mornings but could wake of their many friends heartfelt sympathy thing over 5000000 to about 70000000 and be lulled tosleepagain by the friend Â¬ We know not when the hour may come Of these 17000000 have come from ly Redbrmtiu a distant treo sending When we will be called to our eternal li Jine abroad since 1820 and tho oflspring of fortlt on tho balmy breeze his soothing these fecund immigrants who can num lyric for the pleasure of all the children ber Our swarming and restless popula Â¬ within his hearing tion ever moving forward into virgin I have not forgotten the little Amer Â¬ H territory has made tho area of tho United ican Sparrow who always I Imagined Statis increase from I23000 square miles was proud that his race was mentioned in 1770 to over 3300000 square miles in in Holy Writ When I wished to feed Our people of New England notit it would seem Bhy at flist but I would withstanding the remarkable history of finally gain its confidence and it would the early settlement of that recion in come and eat crumbs at my feet When many coses gathered their belongings toit flaw nway I felt at liberty to go to the gether and settled along the Southern bush and take tho eggs out of Its boundaries of the Great Lakes and be Â¬ In Mr Frank B Martin who Is enrragedÂ¬ rote the jewelry business at 926 Penn ntst to look at you all know what a yond The group of Southern States sylvania Avenue Vauliington City peculiar sensttion creeps over us when with Virginia as a centre scattered their where he Is v ell and favorably known form of Ur wo hold a birds i gg in our hand a sort children North South East nud West was a victim of that worst of mingled feeling of fear and delight blood breaking up almost entirely the ties of ease contagious life was poibon to He realized that his about be And there were the Martins on the location As a coneequenco of this mix blasted for this terrible disease has first warm spring days fluttering about ing and moving and changing of inhabi baffled the skill of the physicians for their littlu house and familiarly chatter- Â¬ tants it is practically impossible to find ages and they have never yet been ing to me as I thought thanking me for His effect a in America the never dying affection for able to can bettercure imaginedmental be despair than t iking care of their home while they places that characterizes more stable described About were gono on their Southern tour But In a recent letter he says populations Compared with older nafour years ago I contracted a severe the Blue Jay I must scknowledge I did tions in Europe wo are but new born case of contagious blood poison and to think too much infants For instance Buda Pesth in It was not long before I was in a terri- not like He seemed of his fancy blue clothes and little cap of Is easy Â¬ Â¬ V Â¬ 1 V Â¬ Â¬ f bOiiUiRiOliS lt7 Â¬ Â¬ 8 toic roison Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ its Bulwarked by oceans freo from Eu- Â¬ ropean outanglenientsplaced apart by the fiat of tho Almighty whoso will tet our bounds the millions of this country without a known possible invader are beckoned forward into a now century A nation whose population increases by leaps and bounds Is being subjecttd to none of tho concentration that comes from attack and is realizing nono of its benefits We have more of subjugated territory behind us than of slain people and the wars in our history aro ns noth- Â¬ ing to tin bulk of our population What of military glory have wo to Btart the blood of the modern boy tingling within him V Tho devolution Is a mere shadow to our myriad newcomers the War of 1812 even more so except for Perry the Mexican War one of mere extension the Rebellion a battle between brothers to have been forgiven as soon as ended if Lincoln had lived Even admitting that the Titanic struggle was thrilling what meaning has it for the twelve mil- Â¬ lion emigrants who have landed and multiplied slnco then Our heroes aro mere names to them and tho point at issue something they have never seen The boy of other lands can know that the blood of his kinsmen have wet the earth to keep inviolate from conquest tho spot on which ho stands Thrilled by their deeds he can swear todaro what they have dared and can sanctify him- Â¬ self to the task left by thorn But our boys father may not so much as know the smatterings of our language and probably may understand still lees of our history The average American youth is therefore entirely deprived of person Â¬ al touch with warriors who havo fought for Homo and Native Land What ho learns of warfare and our countrys battles must be from the unimpassioned pages of school histories many nations Because come have reached their highest civilization by means of continuous battles and bo cause the redolence of human blood is not on overy page of our history there are not wanting those who can foresee no bright future for us ordaiued as we are to isolation and peaceful develop ment They ear that our civilization will come tumbling around our ears seiae day because there In no call to arms and to the subjuga I immediately placed ble condition myself under treatment of two of the best physicians In Washington city Their treatment which I took faith- Â¬ fully for six months cost me just three hundred dollars and left me worse than when I began it My condition can pZfrn Mk V even best be appreciated when I state that my throat and mouth were full of tores and my tongue was almost eaten away I had not taken solid food for three My entire body was covered months with red blotches my hands and feet were sore and my hair was falling out rapidly I was in a truly pitiable condition I felt that I was incurable and was in great despair when a friend recommended 8 b S stating that it would certainly cure inc I began its use and when I had finished the fourth bottle I began to improve and by the time I had llultlicd eighteen bottles I was thoroughly rid of the disease of course I was not sure that I was cured but am now convinced as no Blgn of the disease has ever returned for four years B S S is the best blood remedy in the world and my cure was due solely and alone to it Contagious blood poison is the most horrible of all diseases and has been appropriately called the curse of man Â¬ kind It has always baffled the doc- Â¬ tors and until the discovery of 8 S 8 was incurable For fifty years 8 S 8 has been cur ing this terrible disease even after all other treatment failed It is guaran teed purely vegetable and one thou sand dollars reward is offered for proof to the contrary 8 8 8 never falls to cure contagious blood poison or any other disease of the blood II you have a blood disease take a rem edy which will not injure you Bo ware of mercury dont do violence to your system Our books on blood and skin dis eases will be mailed free to any ad rw Bwlft Specific Co Atlanta Ga Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Phnk B Martin ftathers He was all the time nodding and bobbing nnd screeching as if to at- Â¬ tract attention and seemed to think lie was the most beautiful bird In the grove I would follow him up with my low and arrow and try to get to shoot him but he was always tooeharp for me The Wren that charming little songster was anoth er of my favorites 1 loved to watch it leisurely waltzing along the fence and suddenly dart into a littlu crevico whore its nest was secreted Many times have I sit on hot summer days under a shady Elm in the harvest field and watched the red headed Woodpecker as he clung to the side of a tree hopping higher nnd higher as I thought to get out of my reach but doubtless was hunting a soft placo in tho tree where lie could drill a hole for his nest Often when the air was laden with the perfume of apple blossoms have I stroll- Â¬ ed through the orchard and watchod the affectionate Doves walking in pairs in front of mo They were nodding and bowing to each other and seemiugly so interested in their conversion that I could walk up closo enough to them to almost lay my bauds on them and then they would fly away It was charming to me to listen to them cooing till they came together again And I must not forget James Lane Allens Kentucky Cardinal the Red bird a favorite ot all the children His familiar whistle which old folks say foretells more pleas ant weather is a Joy forever Many days have I sat by tho window when We looted upon a world unknown On nothing we could oil our own No doudi above no earh below A unlvine of tky and mow Tho Springfield Republican calls atten- Â¬ tion to the fact that the McKlnley administration has very llttlo newspapor opposition and character b it as very remaikable It Is unprecedented but there Is a very good reason for It Tho Republican pary has gone Into power under new condi- Â¬ tions and in the midst of the mott ser ous busings and financial emergencies the people have ever been called on to For the first time in its history faco the Republican party is on trial on Issues not concernedawith sectionalism or the prejudices growing out of tho war Sucli sectionalism as now exists is purely geographical and the it sues which are to decide the fate of tho Republican party Buoklens Arnica Salve are purely economic Will higher The first Is the tariff The Best Salvk In the world for Cute Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Itheum Fe- Â¬ duties more protection restoro prosper Mr McKlnley has said so and the ver Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chil Â¬ ity blains Corns and all Skin Eruptions Republicans have pledged themselves to and postively cures Piles or no pay re- Â¬ it Well the people aro waiting the re quired It is guaranteed to give perfect sult Then there is currency reform sitisfactlon or money refunded Price What do the Republicans propose to do That remains to be sien 25 cents per box Foit Salk iiy A It about it Meantime why should any reputable Fisher newspaper go slashing around opposA million argu- Â¬ ing Mr McKlnley HARNED ments are not equal to one event If the tariff restores prosperity everybody ex- Â¬ Too much rain cept a few mugwumps will say that the Hut little if any oats have been sown end justifies the mtnns If protection H A Pumphrey West View was in fails why then it is a d ad issue and the Republican party will die with it town Friday dealing Under the circumstances there is no O C Weymuth witli H Wedeklnd reason why tho newspapers should opit Co was here Wednesday pose Mr McKlnley Forest Haynes returned Sunday from Torturingitchlng scaly skin eruptions quite a pleasaut visit at Clifton Mills Miss Ada Mi ador Hardlnsburg spent burns and scalds are soothed at ouce somo dnjs last week with Mrs V F and promptly healed by DeWltts Witcli Hsz 1 Salve the best known cure for Grein piles Short Haynes When Robt Weatlierford returned from LouUvllle he brought two beautiful NEW BETHEL top buggies S M Henninger West View was out O L Hawkins went to Hardinsburg Tuesday telling tho boys some of his Saturday long and fairy tales It seems like oat sowing is going to be Geo Gray and W N Pate shipped a late this time Richard Adkisson who has been on car load of Btock to Louisville consigned the sick list is better Manin Hardaway Rev Joseph DugginB filled his appoint- Â¬ Ernest Babbage of tho Nkwb Clover ment at New Bethel last Saturday and port passed ou the West bound train Sunday enroute for Hardlnsburg Miss Jennie Barnes is attending the J B Jams Lousvillp of J B James Breckenridge Normal College at Har- Â¬ Bro Fertilizer Co was in town Thurs- Â¬ dlnsburg day looking after the interest of his bus- Â¬ Mr and Mrs Silas Miller wero guests iness of their parents Mr and Mrs Alfred Marcus Weal hei ford started Monday Miller last Sunday the 15 for Tuscola III Bobt Weather Lafe Williams and Miss Sallie Furrow ford accompanied him as far as Louis- Â¬ were married at the residence of the ville brides father Mr Minor Furrow March We extend congratulations W G Shacklette with D H Baldwin 11th Mr J E Keith of Cloverport was In Co Cincinnati O was here Friday We are told Miss Moggie Goodman pur- Â¬ this section last week We wero sorry to see him not enjoying the best of chased a beautiful piano V G Babbagp assignee of E Pile sold health Rev Joseph Duggins time as pastor of the store formerly occupied by Mr Pile New Bethel church for this year will on Wednesday tho 17 at public auction expire the second Sunday in April Bro Same was purchased by Mr O D Payne Duggins has served tills church faithful Arch Weatlierford and son Robt pur Â¬ as pastor lor seven yeais chased a lot winch was formerly occuIf the bi metallists of this country pied by G P Nottingham and will at want to carry this State they must begin once erect a new building and run a gen Â¬ with the counties So let overy man eral store stand to his post and that Fusion ticket and old Breckenridge will suro have a Many casts of Grippe havo lately change of hands next November been cured by One Minute Cough Cure This preparation seems especially adapt- Â¬ Cold and Grippe Cure ed to tho euro of this disease It acts Dr Mendenhalls Cold and Grippe quickly thus preventing serious com Â¬ Cure is guaranteed to cure Colds La plications and had tffVcts In which tills Grippe Headache Neuralgia Aching diceasrt often lenvts the patient Short Feverish Conditions Prostration ttc Haynts For the Cough take Dr Mendt nhalls Cough and Consumption Cure For sale by Short A Haynes In Memoriam Derhy Isd Feb 28 Baby Ruth daughter of Matt and lVnrl Hargls died after several dayB illness of measles com Â¬ plicated with pneumonia A life begun and ending without stain a rudlmental existence beautiful spotless guileless Innocent and pure as tho driv Â¬ en snow How pure and holy must be the Spirit land from whence sprang the soul of that brief little soj urner among THE GREAT us Her short life is a little poem She was one of those rare babes that finds a place in everyones heart old and young were alike her friends and Ruth seemed Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ GREAT FRANCIS MURPHY Foremost Apostle of Temperance Endorses Paines Celery Compound f fv f Tho discoverer of this mst successful Prof of remedies was no mere theorist Edward E Phelps M D LL D of tho Dartmouth Medical School had accumu Â¬ Â¬ lated tho most absolutely convincing evidence of tho remarkable virtue of this great discovery enough to satisfy the ni06t skeptically inclined person before he offered Paines celery compound to his follow practitioners and to tho world For absolute reliability in routing out obstinate disorders from tile system there is nothing that at all resembles or ap piojclies it Paines celery compound should bo taken by everyone who is try Â¬ ing to get rid of noryo or blood diseases or a disordered condition of tho liver or kidneys Such evidence of an unhealthy cond tion as those constant lieadacln s melan- Â¬ choly dyspepsia or constipation rapidly disappear under tho cleansing regulating action of Paines celery compound Dont confound Paines celery com- Â¬ pound with tho iguorant catch penny short lived remedies sarsaparilla ner- Â¬ vines and tonics that bear as much resem- Â¬ blance to Paines celery compound as the parasite vines do to tho oaks that they live on Dont take any thing less than Paines celery compound Francis Murphy tho widest known temperance ndvocate in the world was born CO years ago in an humble cottage in Ireland He is the founder of the blue ribbon and iron clad pledge Mr movements Murphy and Mr Moody have rocently been laboring to-Â¬ gether in some of tho large cities How deeply thoy have entered intotho affect Ions of the 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making the sunshine of yes- Â¬ terday that played in and out the win- Â¬ dows bright and cheerful seem such a mockery to day changing the mirthful tones of other children Into funeral notes and the wiuds that seemed to whisper softly of pleasant dells and babbling brooks to day seem to be sighing such was the spell baby Ruth had woven into the meshes of our hearts so quietly that we scarcely knew how dear she was until the little form lay still and prostrate All who visit her little grave will Cud a sweet place for pure thoughts and holy medita tion and perhaps after all lead us to think that it may be best for buda of in- Â¬ nocence to be nipped by the frost of time before the canker worm of corruption has nestled in its bosom W T II t Â¬ The first to bring High Prices down and are keeping them down Compare our prices with others 22 lbs Lunch Stand HAEDI1TSEUEG Good Drinks B 7 BEARD Preildont WILL MILLER Vlo Prtidat M II BEARD Caihlr QW BANK or -- DIrectori Standard Granulated Sugar- 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