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DW THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS AIaIa THEX NRWS THATS VOL XXII PIT TO PRINT NO 14 Koyd mikei the food part vrholtJome anddeltclM CLOVERPOKT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 20 1897 Tho highwaymen mado thoir os Operstanakl was brought to Clovclandand placod in tho Huron street hospital whero ho died from his wound yesterday afternoon Tho mur derers aro thought to bo members of an organized gang which frequents the Ox Senator Blackburn Will Throw lino of tho Lako Shore railroad Bon Dons To morrow A DANA capo WRECKED IN A STORM ribs BRANDENBURG CINCINNATI HORROR Dome of the Opera House Falls on the Audience TWENTY SIX PEOPLE HURT Â¬ h Overladen Steamer Triton Sank Near Ciiba PROBABLY 150 DEAD CHARLES The Editor of The New York Sun 1iMiei Awijtt III Long Ilautl Home New York Oct 18 Charles A Dana editor of Tho Now York Sun died 1 Box Party to Pour of the Capital City Belles All the News PEOPLE PERISH Forty two People at Ids homo In Glencovc L I at 20 oclock Sunday afternoon Mr Danas w AKIM0 POWDER Absolutely Pure OYL DAMNS POWDtR CO By the Disaster Rescued After Severely Suffering From Exposure Tho coasting Oct 18 steamer Triton from Havana to Bahla Honda province of Piuar del Rio lias been wrecked between Dominica and Mariel on tho north coast of tho prov- Â¬ ince Tho steamer went ashore Satur day morning during heavy weather grounding about eight miles from tho coast Tho purser and ono of the pas sengers arrived at Mariel lata Saturday ovening They said that tho Triton had on board over 200 passengers sol- Â¬ diers and civilians and were probably all lost Tho Spanish gunboat Maria Christina and tho tug Susio loft this port at onco for tho scone of tho wreck and have just roturned tho gunboat having on board 10 and tho tugboat 23 of tho membors of tho lost ships of whom 13 nro civilians and soldiers Tho where abonts of the others of tho company aro unknown Tho Triton which was overloaded struck tho rock during a hoavy rain stQrnr Her cargo shifted aud 1C min utes later sho sank in 120 fathoms of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Havana death had been expectod for several hours and his family and physicians were at his bcdsldo when the end came His condition had been such for soveral months that the members of his family had kept themselves in constant readiness to go to his bedsido at anv moment On Saturday morning ho had a relapse and it was apparent that recovery was Impossible Soveral times however ho rallied but toward night ho began to During tho night thero wero sink fecblo rallies but they did not last long Sunday morning it was seen that tho end was but a few hours off and his attendants romaincd almost constantly at his bedside Tho end camo quietly Â¬ A scone of terrible confusion and panio ensued as soon as tho passengers realized the meaning of the crash In n wild struggle- thoy rushed for tho boats Tho first boat that was lowered capsized immediately and all of tho oc- Â¬ cupants wero drowned in tho whirling waters Tho noxt was struck by an enormous wavo and turned over drowning SO but tho frail craft righted again and eight who hod boon thrown out regained Some were good swimmers and kept themselves afloat for hours others floated about for 24 hours on planks Four soldiors on planks whom tho strong currents carried east of Havana opposito Moro castlo wero saved yes terday morning by a pilot boat going They doclaro that toward Cardenas Saturday eyening thero wero many others near them on planks when morning camo all theso had disappear- Â¬ ed Somo of them probably had bo camo food for sharks Thoso who were rescued tell heart retiding stories of scenes during tho terrible quarter of an hour bofore tho Triton sank An army captain his wife and daughter went down together locked in a last embrace A mother With twins 5 months- - old drifted helplessly away on tho crest of a great wavo All tho other ladles aud children wero drowned Just as tho Triton was sinking Captain Ricardo her commander committed suicido by shooting him self with his revolver It is impossible to give the exact number of thoso who were lost but it is estimated thero Wero no fewer than 160 No passenger listUias been found Tho consignee- says that tho vessel which carried a general cargo was not insured Tho 43 rescued persons suffered se verely from tho exposure All of thom wero moro or less bruised and many of thom badly wounded On ioard tho Triton was 31060 in silver to be used for tho payment of tho Spanish military and naval forces Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ water I CHAHLES A DANA Tho causo qf Mr Danas death was cirrhosis of tho liver On Juno fl ho was at his oflico apparently strong and healthy Tho next day ho was taken 111 and ho novcr afterward visited New York Tho oxtromo heat of Saturday and Friday had much to do with hastening his death On Friday Mr Dana showed signs of distress and everything possible was done to relievo him Ho had been weakened by his long Illness aud dur ing the summer was soveral times thought to be on the verge of a fatal He did collapse but each tlmo rallied not improve much with tho coming cooler weather and tho sinking spells became moro frequent Mr Dana was 78 years old PYTHIAN HOME DEDICATION Fine Display of Dnmoni and tythlniei at Springfield O Springfield O Oct 15 Two thou- Â¬ YELLOW FEVER RAVAGES N rullliiB Off In the Number of Neir Casei but the Death Rate Incrennl New OrIeaks Oct 18 Dnring tho pat 24 hours thero was flvo deaths from yellow fever and 22 new cases re Â¬ ported to tho board of health Hero is a list of the deaths and now cases DEATHS sand visitors wero here yesterday for th dedication of the Ohio Pythian homo The Ohio brigade of the Uniform Rank was well represented the Second regiment from Cleveland being in lull force and companies from Cincinnati Columbus Toledo Delaware and other cities making tho attendance a fino representation of tho brigade The 16th annual meeting of tho brigade officers was hold in the morning in the armory of Company 44 Brigadier General J O Howo mado his an nual address in which the growth of tho Uniform Rauk was noted Tho enrollment is now 3075 Tho parade moved from Fountain squaro at 3 oclock Upon its arrival at tho home tho dedication exercises wero held This is tho first Pythian home in tho world Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Gould James Burns Mathlea Levy William Bookflold Domenico Micoli NEW OASES Â¬ Sohneider Guonolon Guy Mo loney Domenico Micoli W G Malotho P 8 Harvov Miss Agnes Shields Miss M A Roadis Frank Schonozmann Lorrena Scanlon Parnato Miohael Wierners Winter Julos Eibort MoKnlght Miss Francis Eibort Miriam Duggan Miss Louiso dayman r-- Ogden William Haack John Goodo Badio Henioan rive New Cae at Mobile k Mobile Oot 18 There wero flvo new cases of yellow fover reported dur Â¬ ing the past 24 hours as follows Thomas Mabry Harry Flinn Thomas fc2f Mrs v B- - MoAteo and LuonO Webb There wero four recoveries and no deaths Total cases to date 104 Joaths 21 j discharged 101 under trcatmout 43 Â¬ i counties is still operating with groat boldnoss notwithstanding the warning notices issued by tho farmers Friday night Ward Hobbs k farmer residing four miles west of tho oity was awakened by a nolso in his barn Â¬ Ho yard and went out to investigate was confronted bysoverol men who covered him with revolvers aud threat Â¬ ened to burn his home and barn if he ever dared to roveal who thoy wero Tho robbers then loft taking with thom wheat corn and poultry Mr Hobbs so far hs rof usod to reveal the names of the men aa he fears they will exocuto their threats Other farmers who have Uarned who the robbors aro refuse to give their names fearing that they will destroy their property Tho state an DmcUms may bo appealed to Murdered ou a Freight Train OuvntAXD Oct 18 While riding into Xlyrift oo Lake Shore freight tml at aa early hoar yesterday worn OpreUnki vthom home iiif R is in Htttbwg VH attacked ky hitBwaymea who were also aboard the train OpmsaacU showed ngai and aa a mm was mm Um nau tat J jpQp r ROBBERS runner Afraid to Tell the Nainee of Known Thlevti Elwood tfnd Oot 18 The organ Â¬ ized band of thlevos In this and Tipton BY BLUFFED criminally assaultod Mrs William Gleason on tho night of Oct 0 Seven were indicted for criminal assault the penalty for which in this stato is death Six wero indicted for complicity in the outrage tho penalty for wnioh is from 10 to 21 years John Shannon Mat Mcinir Hubert Motter and William Schoroly wero roleased All thoso in dloted aro in jail and tho fooling is now almost universal for tho law to take its courso There will bo speedy trials Abraham Garfield Married Cleveland Oct 15 At high noon yesterday Abram Garfield tho young est son of tho lato president was married to Miss Sarah Granger Williams at tho country homo of Mr E P Wil- Â¬ Tho ccromony liams at Greenville was performed by Rev Dr Haydou of Old Stouo church Tho ceremony tho was witnessed by 100 friends of the bridoand groom Tho wedding breakfast was served in a largo tout on the big lawn besido tho houso During tho afternoon the guests enjoyed themselves by dancing on tho lawn Ilonei Killed and Itlden Injured A TostrKiNsviLLE Ky Oct 10 fearful accideut happened on tho re union grounds at Green Grove Cumberland county yesterday Sam Smith of Kettle Creek and a eon of Will Heury Ross of near Albany Ky were running their horses toward eaoli other when thoy ran their horses together aud killed both horses Instantly Smiths richt leg was broken abovo and once below tho knoo his eyes wero badly in jured and Ins right arm crushed Ross was also badly injured and there is bat little hopo of their recovery Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Newport Ky Oct 10 Tho special grand jury of Campbell county ha3 reported tho indictments of the gang that Â¬ Thirteen Indictment Iteturncd man 85 singlo was struok by a Lake Shore passenger train hero yesterday noon and instantly killed Sherman endeavored to drive across tho track be Â¬ fore tho approaching train in a buggy in company with Daniel Weaver a shoemaker Weaver was seriously in jured and his recovery fs problemat ical Weavor is 60 and u man of family The horse was also killed and the carriago was completely domollahod Wahnino Persons who sufier from cough sad cold should heed the warn lam of danger and save themselves suffer Â¬ ing and fatal results by using On Mia uU Cough Our It is an infallible rem Â¬ edy or eougba colds croup and all throat and long troubles -- bort Jk Hey- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Elkhart Killed by Train ImL Oct 15 Harry Shor - IKWtF There will ba a donation party and re Â¬ ception at tlii pniSHisgn this afternoon Wediifnilay The membeis of Cedar Grove church will bo prtfint Mrs Thorjas Uit6 aud little Virginia have returned from a plewant visit to Hardinrburg Dovotlonal txerclses of Epworth Lergue Inst Sunday night were iroro In- Â¬ teresting than usual and the attendance was better Dr J R Dowden aud Dr J M liar din are dolrg an extensive dental busi ness in this nudarij ining counties They AT THE HEAD OF LAKE LINDEMAN aro fully quipped and up to date in This scono la from a photograph taken nt the end of tho terriblo Chilknt pass their profession Mr Bailey made ono of tho best Re T til lta B n publican speeches hero last Friday I ever one cm rirain irom cumin JUSTICE FIELO RESIGNS heard made and every one whom I heard gentlemanly nqiests Little Doubt That Attorney iencrnl SIo- meetings speak of the address spoko in similar Come out to our prayer Kriina Will lie IIU Silcccntor terms He is a very gentlemanly man Tuesday night at tho Baptist church Mr Washington Oct 15 Tho retire of a finished bearing and inakia uso oi Burton conducts seivices In his own ment of Jnstico Stephen Johnson Field choice language Mr Jo A Parker is happy original style Tuesday nght he from tho bench of tho suprenn court well known on the stump aa a ready off- Â¬ wishes each Christian to State in his or nfter tho longest term of servico on rec hand declalmer quick at repartee han Â¬ her own language or that of another ord was publicly announced yesterday at the court Tho corrcpoiulenco in Wed dles his points with precision and pro Why it pays to he a Christian cludes four letters In April last Jus church tico Field wroto to tho prOsidctit informÂ¬ claims his middle of the road Popu nesday night at the Methodist lism with irreconcilable ideas o fusion Bro Hesson rf quesU each member to try ing him of his intention to lotire on the which I admire He pictured the posi- and bring some ono elsp He gives an IbJ of December next tions of the two old parties In a strong earnest helpful talk which with thesonRS light and told us all about tho Chicago and prayers makes It good to be there platform being a structure built after the The second literary society of Bran Omaha fashion except one important denburg Normal was held last Friday pit ce of timber being omitted of which a niht and the pupils were greeted by of we are all aware Both Mr Bailey and crowded house The program was Mr Parker denounced the Louisville quite a superior order for the advanced Dispatch and referred to it in tones of pupils and tho nextgrado down to the withering sarcasm Politic Politics smallest tots showed marked Improve- Â¬ Oh what a tanuled web I But what an ment Little Pauline Dowden Flora infatuation it rxerls over its followers and Fannie Nevitt Mary Rlclmrdson and and what a mystic spell it weaves around Hattle Grinnell madetheir debut In song the subjects caught in its meshes and proved themselves stars Mr and Mrs Stuart Peckenpangh Can it be true that JohnM Palmer Louisville are visiting Mr aud Mrs who wss on the same ticket with ex June McGehee Jo and Will McGehee Gov Buckner of Kentiu ky baa volunw of Louiayille spent Sunday at homo teered his seivices to the negio s in Al- Â¬ The box party given by the library ton III as an attorney to force the JUSTICE FIELD association of Brandenburg Normal last whites to admit them into their schools No responso was mado to this until Saturday night was a crowning success We have no such Republicans even in Saturday last when President McKin ley acknowledged tho receipt of tho let and a nxst delightful entertainment this town but then this is Kentucky tor in a complimentary noto nnd acceptsocially A breast pin was awarded to In county man Mr And our Mm ed the retirement the young lady who received the greatest Elisha Ashcraft of a Senatorial rare of Jnstico Field formally communicated number of votes for being the hnndsom much renownjhaa stf pped downaudofftt tho fact to his associates Tuesday nnd letter ett oue in tho room Micses Maydee be succeeded by Hon D R Murray of on Wednesday thoy signed a joint which regret nt tho Pusey Mary Lewip Pearlo Wimp and Breckenrldgi couuty which conuty Is expressing the venerable necessity ceaso compelled justice to Mona Price wero the contestants Miss determined to have the next Senator his active labor Justice Field was appointed to tho Pearle got the piu Judging from theeditoriasin tho Meade supremoconrt of tho United States in Misa Lula Bland entertained her young Messenger I thought none more lit nor 18U3 by President Lincoln friends most delightfully last Thursday better equlppedfnor mor popular i audi After tho adjournment of tho conrt evening on her birthday Delicious re- date for the tfllce could be produced yesterday tho justices and tho oflicers of tho court called n body nt Justice freshments were served Music b gull Â¬ than our Meade county friend Mr Fields honso audintook official loavo of moro for- Â¬ the retiring justice Although his resed the happy hours and for Mies Lula Jolly will undoubtedly have a Mr ignation docs not take effect until the ono of our most popular youug ladiep It midable rival In his cnuityman 1st Murrays principle s are fully understood ing of December it is tho uudorstaud is wished that all her Iriends may b that Justico Field will not resume fond aud tru and firmly established his seat on tho bench dnring the inMiss Susio Elder was the guest of Miss terim To tho handsome home of Mr aud Tho prosident nppareutly has not do Mrs Ed Yeakel we find Ibo Slork has Lillian Rhodes aud ultended tin box olded yot upon the nppointmonts that made an auspicious visit aud left a tiny party Jnstico Fields retirement will occasion save that Attoruoy General MoKenna precious packsgo a girl baby News reaches m from Bro Pete and will bo nominated for tho suprome wife that they are comfortably installed bench unless somo causo intervenes Mrs D W Lewis Is visiting in Loulf in tl oir new home and very much pleas between now nnd Decoiubor to prevent vllle it Mr McKinloy has iado Eomo iu Mrs J K Ditto has been on tho Bick ed qniries of political callers which havo will soon have a sketch with pictures led them to bollovo that his mind is I lis but is better Mrs Lzze Board has not been well of all the gn at masters In music and on pretty well mado up on McKcuna as Saturday afternoons we will have an the next justico of tho supremo court for sometime of thom so far a- can read and talk but to none ho mention the matter of be with them learned did a Jeff Ditto has had uialarit but is now nftemoou about them My advanced pupils aro new uttornoy goneraX able to be out de- Â¬ pursuing a classical eurse and am NO SETTLEMENT REACHED Henry Moreruen has been confined to lighted No halt these days In music Mliiera nnd Operators ol Weit Virginia his bed for a week with fever play the best or none is the decree the Fall to Agree Mrs John Radley will return to Elza way is long the way is st pp but press Charleston W Va Oct IB Tho stay with her forward bethtown this week alter a effort to adjust the dltTercuco between daughter Mrs Henry Malin Mifs Claudice Siith of Louisville is tho coal operators of the Kanawha valSenator J O S Blackburn will address spending point time with her sister Mrs ley and their men has failed absolutely aud President Rntchford left last night the people of this place tomorrow Wm Bewley for Columbus disheartened over his Thursday on the political Issues ol the Louis- Â¬ Miss Susie Moigan Uclmrdson Two conferences wero held yes day The free siler element will gather ville will he among the debuantes this failure terday botween a committeo of miners to recelvo tlio political bon bons this re Â¬ winter Susies mother was Miss Bettic including President Ratchford and nowned Come you In peace or come Morgan a most intimate friend of my Chris Evans aud n committeo of oper you In war or come you to wed young girlhood aud a most beautiful woman ators Tho prlco offered by tho operators was Lochiuvar will distribute to his advo- who is still remembered here by many 0 cents for soft and fill cents for hard cates Seuator Blackburn has many friends coal Tho miners accepted this bat qualities that go to constitute a leader when tho question of a signed ugreo We need such men as he and Illnduian ment to bind all tho operators was pre Â¬ Buoklens Arnica Salve Thoy wanted sented thoy objectod to pull trgtther instead of opprs ng each The Best Salve In the world for Cut tho owuor of eaoh individual mine to other Brnlsep Sorts Ulcnrn Sail Ithenin IV mako and sign a separate contract Mlts Agnes Worlaud Is improving mid ver Boree Tetter Cluqip d IIhiiiIh Chil This was tho first disagreement aud tho second ono was on a demand mado by we hope she will soon bo with us again anil all Skin KninrWuiH blains Corn tho minors that tho men should not bo Mr I P Richardson of tint A rendu aud post vely cuts Illts or nupiy re discriminated against for not dealiug at East Main expresses himself as deling a quired It Is giinraiilid to give p if tl tho companys stores Iho oporators Pi ice refused to agroo to this aud tho confer much wiior man after hearing W J satisfaction or inoii y tefiinded was at an end For Saik nv A It ento Br an expound political doclrinia at 25 rents p r box President Ratchford fools bitter to Â¬ Ellnbuthtovvn By the way the talent Fisher ward tho operators Ho said he camo hero fully aotcrmiued to scttlo tho strike ed Nehrahkan siys that Hardin county iu some way Tho miners ho said had N w Grand Chain III Feb 10 07 croud wan tho games he faced iu the conceded nearly ovory vital point anil A down pour of J 0 Mi ndenhall Kviuuville ind old Commonwealth he wns convinced that the operators hlp another wero determined to fight tho miners You may Dear Sir rain had no ellVct to diminish their en Hn organization iu West Virginia grfw of your Improved Chill andFver thualasm Cure on antt terum hs last It Is a splen Â¬ says tho tight will bn continued on the My staunch sound money friend Mr part of tho coal diggers aud ho docs not did seller and I consd r It the best Chill now hopo to eco a settlement any time John Hardin of Big Spiiog attended Cure In the market Yours yery truly soou the Bailey Parker speaking last Friday Forget roi that the latest in stationery r Jacoii Fkllkkstkw and was the guest of Mrs Mary Martin Sold by 8bort llaynes Cloverport Ky can always be had at llabbagec Mr Hardin Is looking qulto himself his prestige not being impaired from Repub lican rue as he still bIicOIhs Uncle Sams SSS mail matter and advocates tariff for J revenue only along with other Ddinr cratio principles Misa Flaherty Is visiting her sister Mrs Eugene Ilardeety Miss Eula Pavls attended the Literary Ky last Friday night Mr A U Burton will have order at on He lealtaa that the HUwwy exf wist RonfinDr miincHos l - tJ Order Is Havens bet lew end that 0 without it any enterprise will talk He is so kind bat positive It fa aUuf any I O40 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ And Two Killed -- Realization of The Dangers of a Great City the Play That Was Being Produced Kt W YODK great city Tho houso was well filled not crowd ed Alittlo beforo 8 30 a lady in the audienco cays sho heard a creeping noise which continued for flvo minutes before the catastrophe Sho gavo it little attention thinking it was a part of the performance Presently tho plastering began to fall in small particlos at first but enough to alarm somo of tho timid or cautious who retired A lit- Â¬ tle later tho plastering began to shower down in chunks It camo from the coiling above which supported tho dome Thero was a rush from the gallery which was not very well filled Thoso Tho balcony wns soon emptied iii tho dress circlo retired as promptly as possible and strango to say without nn apparent panic Tho crowdiug of theso to tho door obstructed tho passage of peoplo from tho parquotto whloh no counts iu u measure for tho number of casualties Nobody oxpocted at that moment any other danger than from the falling plastering Suddenly aud with a great crash tho great central truss of tho ceiling 80 feet long aud 10 feet wido came plunging down Tho ends of it struok ou the two gallery wings nnd doubled it up iu tho center sending it down into the parquotto with a grent scatter mont of joists and timbers Nothing on tho stago was harmed Tho news spread rapidly Thero was a rush of patrol wagons and of firemen to tho sceno Tho salvage corps wit Its wagon was first on the ground aud It was followed by all tho police- patrol wagons carrying tho injured to tho Cincinnati hospital Tho list nt tho hospital showod two dead flvo dangerously if not fatally wounded and 20 moro or less seriously injured as follows Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Dangers Cincinnati Oct 10 of a Great City on tho stago of Rob insons Opera Honso last night was cut short iu its performance by a tragio realization of tho actual dangers of a Â¬ Isaao Neighbors Mrs Gcorgo Klceman Sir Goldman Mrs Studdcr Mnry Studder Mary Huas Miss Lucy Cohen the dead wero inquired ror that wero not In tho hospital list At tho opera house ropes wero stretched across all approaching streets and tho po co had all they could do to keep the crowd of 7000 or 8000 peoplo from crushing through All sorts of wild rumors wero afloat and public curiosity wis on tiptoe all the more ardent because of thoso rumors There was a story alloat that ono man was missing It was n wild story for ho conldn t bo in the opera house whore the debris was so spattered that it did not form n piled up mass anywhero Any ono standing at tho door of the hospital lu f out of that pitiful sorrowful anxiously inquisitive crowd could understand how not ono man but that many men women and childeu were missing by f iend9 at home Tho damago to tho structuro was nothing at all to tho stago compara tively littlo to tho gallery which suf fered most almost nothing to the dress circlo aud much less than one would think from the debris scattered around through tho parquetto where the main truss landed The truss rested in the parquetto very much lu tho ehapo of a capital letter V The wonder Is that io few were hurt and of the few hurt to many escaped with slight injuries The cause of the accident seems to be easily discovered Among the first who entered tho building after tho dome had fallen wns President George W Rapp of the Cincinnati Chapter Ameri can Institute of Architocts said he It was not that dome pointing to the lingo heap iir the center of tho floor that caused the trouble The fault lies with tho roof trusses Tho houso has been built more than 25 years and tho wood has shrunk until the bolts and nails afforded the smallest Ono of these trusses Eossible security away from its fastenings it has parted and thrown the two sections down aud thev in their descent nulled Xnese wood tho dome with them trusses nro of pine nnd they shrink very perceptibly in the courso of years They should bo examined every flvo or Modern structures nro put six years up w ith stool trusses Tho roof of this is liable to como down at any theater miuuto Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SAM JONES BIRTHDAY FATALLY 1NJUIIED Fifty Illicit One For Knch Year ol Life Greeted Illm lilt SKItlOUSLY INJURED Pearl Hall Graco Conner O J Weiss Jacob Weylo Mary Hess John White Amelia Weylo Mnry Howo Ella Moorman Delia Algeir and her three children Stanley Joseph nnd John Daisy Fairheail S E Long S J Fuirland T E Wiley Fred Jeuks William Moteu W J McCabo Clint Deal Kute lute Mngpio Studdcr Satnuol Rosenbanm Clint Steele In nddit ou to theso a largo number probably 23 or HO wero so slightly in jured as to bo nblo to wnlk homo Of tho dangerously injured nt tho hospital soveral will requiro amputation yet every ono refusing to submit to tho operation A score of surgeous volunteered their assistance to tho hospital A sufficient number was accorps cepted The sccno in front of tho hospital door was a Bad oue Hundreds of people gathered there clamoring for tho names of the injured An attendant stood nt tho door with a list of thoso brought to tho hospital and answered Uicsr anxious Juauiries Manvuamei Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Aiuuuii Woil Atlanta Oct 18 Saturday at Car tersville Rev Sam P Jones celebrated his 50th birthday with a notable gathering nt his homo Thero wero present 50 guests ouo for each of thejyears of his life including millionaires bankers merchants prominent divines distinguished professors nowspapor men and railroad maguatcs An elegant dinner was served from 1 to 4 p m nt which toasts wero drank iu water to Sam Jones as a preacher as a humorist as a nowspaper man as a lectnrcr nnd as n frioud Mr Joiies re plied iu a most feeling address Rov Gcorgo Stewart acted as toastmaster Many handsome presents wero given Mr Jones and ho received congratu latory telegrams from prominent peoplo in a uninbcr of cities There was a reception at his home in tho ovoning Extensive licet Sugar Experiment Elwood Ind Oct 18 Beet ingar culture will receive a trial on n largo scale near this city next spring a fine ICO acre farm two miles from town having been seenred for that pnrposo If the experiment proves successful a large plant will bo built aud the farmers within a radius of 10 miloi of thli city will nl go into the business Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Miner Ileiunio Work PiTTsninta Oct 15 Tho 3500 miners of tho river district who havo boon idle i for two weeks owing to a disputo over tho differential havo resumed work pending a settlement of tho troublo by Tho resumption was mado arbitration with the understanding that a decision is to bo reached within 10 days so that tho first pay received by tho miners can bo based ou tho rate decided upon by tho arbitrators -- i tfjVAfevv VftW mm h I will boH - - VSWW mm 1 to Iho higlipst anil best bidder on THURSDAY OCTOBER 21 1897 i A 4 1 4S43 Going to Build or Repair Write 3jj At the residencoof tho lato Virgil Hardin deceased Holts Bottom Ky All of tho personal proparty of said lUicedentjCon sisting of Household nnd Kitchen Furniture Livo Stock such as Horees Cattlo Hogs nnd oilier stock Farming Implements Machinory cj Also tho Hay Corn o now on the two farms Terms of salo will ba known on day of sale J am also authorized Co Btll at privato salo both or either of tho two farms of said decodont Any person desiring to purchase either or Loth of raid farms will call on mo at my residence at A Louisville For Prices Lumber Doors Sash autj Tliev StarI mimic you money will save J P Will Co j r HANNAH HARDIN O AmlAAkrs s Adminx mw 7 THE1 BRKOKBNRIDGH NEWS OLOYJRFORT KY Breckenridce Jm News L HARDINSBURG H BEWLEYVILLE Mrs Will Jolly was over at Irvington Thursday C II Drury was a juror at Hardins- Â¬ burg last wtek Dr Haynep the dentist is here again Give him a call Wheat sowing goes on apace 80 vera 1 farmers are done Mies Lena Drury visited in Hardins Â¬ burg several days last week Mrs Thos Stlth of Stlths Valley who has been quite sick has recovered Mrs Orendorf and Mrs Cozlne prove themselves to be very pleasant visitors J D Babbfge honored our town with his gracious presence Saturday the ICtli Mr and Mrs Z T Stlth were in Bran- denburu Friday visiting shopping and attending the speaking Elisha Smith of Stony Point wended his way not weary though to Bewley vllle Saturday evening Its better to live in Meade county and sell apples than to 11 vo In Brcckenridge and raise sheep or go to Klondike 9 It T 9 X11ici EdlUri tad PripItri 1807 1 W TIME TABLE eoiKo HIT WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 20 Faiienger Dally arr llardlniburgooiKO - 737 am SIX PAGES AMeaBewawU ITEare authorised to announce R M Iollvs TT acceptance of tha nomination tendered him lor State Senator by tha Republicans ol tha Tenth Senatorial District composed of the counties of nrecaenrldfe Hancock and Meade Election November 1897 Smith to announce are tha Populist WE astheauthorised candidate forItthe State ate from Tenth Seratorial District composed O Sen Â¬ Passenger Dally art IIardlnibargU hi pm Go to rut Depression of Spirits so common In summer time accompanied by loss of energy lack of thought power mean3 a deficient supply of nourish- Â¬ ment The vital force Is lost It Isnt a question of muscle and sinew but of resistance and endurance At any age but especially In youth It Involves the risk of lung disease Loss of flesh and a cough are threat- Â¬ ening signs I DO YOU KNOW THATir ONE-PRICE-STO- Witts for your drugs and medi Â¬ cines Assigueos sale at Webster next Friday and SaturJay ABorn to the wife of Jesse Whitworth Oct 10 a girl RE There was a negro lawyer here during court from Oivensboro W K Withers has sowed about one hundred acres of wheat Mrs Eliza Taylor of Rosetta Is visit Â¬ ing Mrs V G Babbfgi Rev 8 K Breeding began a revival out at Mt Zion last Monday Remember tho assignees sale at Web ster next Friday and Saturday Mrs D R Murray was here last week the guest of Mrs M II Beard Mrs Reed of Louisville is here visit- Â¬ ing her mother Mrs GV Bdard Judga M Board is a candidate for re election to the office of Police Judge Mark Shrowsberry of Leitchfield was visiting his old friends here last week Mrs Mitch Meyer of Custer was here last Saturday visiting Mrs Robt McGuf Â¬ Mde of the counties of DreckenrlCEe Election November 1807 Hancock and WAS received a very fine assortment of Ladies and Misses Capes of the very best makes and styles which can be bought at prices from 148 to 725 An inspection solicited VV IUU MIUW yftrd buJ wide Brocado Dress Goods in all colors that is worth 17o at other places 1 THE SENATORIAL SITUATION 12 The change of candidates In the Sena torial race In this district will give quite a different coloring to the situation The withdrawal of Mr Ashcraft of Meade and the selection of Hon D It Murray in his place almost assures us a victory iu Novomber Mr Murray is acceptable to all Democrats and popular with all men while so much could not be said of his predecessor Mr Ashcraft came into the race hampered by a number of things The Populists did not want him because they claimed that he had de serted them The Democrats were not over zealous for him at any time In the very start they felt that he could not carry the strength of his party As the election grew nearer this fact seemed to be more apparent It was a wise step therefore for Mr Ashcraft to get out of the race We dont suppose any one has any personal feelings towards Mr Ash Â¬ craft in the matter but politically they could all see his weak points He acted Judiciously in giving way and selecting a man who is in a position to unite the full strength of the party Mr Murray is that man and no better selection could have been made In adjusting the dif Â¬ ferences the party and Mr Ashcrafts friends who have been loyal to him will see a way in the future for political re Â¬ ward for him Just at this juncture however defeat was almost certain The point was to avoid this if possible and for Mr Ashcraft to get out of the race This he has done and we commend him for it His friends in Meade will at once appre- Â¬ ciate the situation and come up with a solid Democratic vote for Murray Breck enridge was not bidding for the Senator ship this year but Mr Murrays accept-Â¬ ance simplifies tho situation All Democrats will support him The Populists themselves do not oppose him and hence his chances for election are two fold in advance of Ashcraft Mr Murray is a statesman a lawyer and a man in every way equipped for the position The News does not need to extol him before the people Tha people know him and know him well enoughto give him their united support and thus make the election of a Democrat from this district to the State Senate assured Â¬ Â¬ SciiiuibigH the hypo meets these cases phosphites It tones up fattens perfectly and strengthens In Scotts Emulsion the taste of the oil 13 fully disguised making It almost a3 palatable as milk of Cod liver Oil with Tn aale at no and Jio by all drtunrleta- ftCOTT A Boil tilt uaemisu new ion 27 inch 2cIer Tin Vmi MOW buys tho latest fix Alpino or Derby Hats black or brown that lipt deal- Crs get 150 for no better ones BbnpeB 100 Do You Do You cSpS KnowffiCSS d 1 1 Do You Know Wn r uu ynil that cll Xr Aff ftftufc SK either The members of the Bewleyvllle Epworth League extend a cordial invita- Â¬ tion to their friends to be present at their next meeting Sunday afternoon Oct goods 32 inches wido all wool and the newest colors mado KnowMCfuX very Do You Know which are good enough to bo sold for 125 TZ7t fin Mrs Zirilda Brodie of Chenault was here last week visiting Mrs Cunning GARFIELD Doni fotgit the Literary at Gai field Â¬ Payday at the asphalt mines Tues day D R M Smith is at Mattlngly this week Our Sunday school here is progressing nicely Mrs Pollie Legrand is very low with malaria fever Robt Smith was here Sunday even ing to see relatives Gregory purchased a Mrs Mamie beautiful organ last week Mr George McCoy is going to have a fine house built right away Mr Daisy Dowell has been very busy barreling apples for the past week Mr Tommle Dowell has moved back to his fathers for his future home Many of the farmers have sold their apple crops aroun 1 here to S P Drury Â¬ Co Our Literary Is progressing nicely at the school bouse Meets every Friday night Mr Wm Driskell and family of West View were visiting relatives in our town Sunday I B Payne and wife passed through our town Sunday morning enroute for Irvington Mr Joe Moredock went to Owensboro Tuesday to see his sister who had got badly burned Mr Brown McCubbins who is teaching school at Gross District has organized a Literary society Bro Bcztrth will commence a big meetirg at Pleasant Grove the first Sunday in November Miss Katie Board went t Liulsvllle last Tuesday to be gone for some time on a visit there and other points Robt Weatherford returned home from Louisville Sunday after several days stay in Louisville purchasing goocs Mrs A L Read and daughter return- Â¬ ed home last Wednesday after a pleasant visit to her aunts Mrs F M Board Mr Robert Bell and wife will move near Irvington right soon and there are many friends who hate to see them leave cssary change Mrs Ethel Moorman and family of takes place Harned and Mrs Tlce Miller and family without Nau- Â¬ sea Headache of Hardinsburg were the guests of Mrs Nervous or F M BoardfSunday Gloomy Fore- Â¬ Miss Sallie Taylor of Rosdtta entertain Â¬ boding of da- Â¬ ed quiet a pleasant crowd at her horns ncer and the Friday night Those who went from trying hour is robbed of its pain Garfield were Mr Sidney Johnson Mist and suffering as so many happy Eliza Hook Mr James Bruuer and Mlsa have experienced Mattle Johnson All report a good tme mothers Nothing but Mathers Friead does this Dont be deceived q To wake the complexion good and the persuaded to use anything else breath sweet ue Dr Bells Peppermint Friend U the jreaUst reraedrerer I petrifies the blood tlda patMother market and all our euetonere praise rt Chill Teste oa tfce tlJfMy W H Klite A Co WMtewiljfct lex yow of Malaria aad ie aa upbuikUag ton TpMnt Uete ad Of druoelata at WW or aeat f supra oa re Â¬ Je aUlag trieof for book oooMlnlmr W pJinsauttff umrrnteedby all ceiptiafc price Write all Molbera MaUfdvalue nnaUoB for ft Ut ham Jones Mercer was appointed an ex- Â¬ aminer to take depositions at this term of court Wo are ready to give you bottom fig ures on farming implements Beard Dillon Co Remember that you pan buy all kinds of patent medicines and drugs of every description from J A Witt We are still in the market with Disc harrows plows buggies and farming Implements Beard Dillon Co J R Dellaven James Hambleton and C P Babbage did service on the petit jury from Cloverport Rev E N Metcalf and wife passed through here one day last week and were the guests of Mrs Robt McGufiln I am giving my whole attention to the drug business now and I will ive your prescriptions and orders for medicines the most careful attention J A Witt The members of the M E church south presented Miss Iida Mercer with a handsomely bound hymn and tune book as an appreciation of her service ai organist Tho public cistern at the court house went dry the other day All the summer it has furnished drinking water for half the town and it was said during the drouth that it was the beet drinking water in the country Richard Witt of Rosetta was here last Sunday He says he Is getting along well farming that he and his three boys can do as much work as any force in this country He has a crop of tobacco for which he hopes to get 30 per hun dred In which event he will soon get square with the world The Nkws regrets the ommission from its columns some time ago of the death of Mr Willis Hardin of Rosetta Mr Hardin was one of the leading farmers in that country and had an extensive acquaintance over the county He left a will which was probated in the county court last Monday His only child the BIGSPRING receives all his wife of Cat Basham property after the payment of debts The grand jury lay in a strong com- Â¬ We aro having some diptherla close plaint about not being able to get witnesses They aro only given a week around us and the fellows dodge around so that Prof Russell has a singing class here the sheriffs hardly have time to hunt of parties wtre of about twenty pupils them up A number This was the indicted for gambling Mrs Jess Clarkson of Louisville was case notwithstanding the fact that wit- Â¬ down a few days last week forget nearly all they nesses as a rule Mr Joe Medley has bought Dr Grays know when they go before the crand jury property and moved into it Many persons in this place were pain Â¬ Mr A R Morris was in Hardinsburg ed to learn of the death of Frank the bright little three year old child of Mr last week serving on the jury ana Mrs Frank Haswell of Cloverport Mr G A Meador and Mr J W Har Â¬ which occurred on last Saturday night din were in Brandenburg last Friday The remains were at Owensboro brought here Sunday and interred in Dr Strother attended the Mississippi the Hardinsburg cemetery The funeral Valley Medical Association in Louisville service was conducted by Rw S F Several of our cltizins went to Eliza Kelley of the M E church The par- Â¬ ents have our sympathy in this their sad bethtown to here the famous orator V hour of bereavement J Bryan Mr A V Williams who is teaching school here went home Friday and re Â¬ turned Sunday SiiiCd last writing Mr and Mrs Oohn of Tampa Fla were the g tests of her when the Creator said to woman In sorrow shalt thou bring forth sister Mrs Me er Mr and Mrs II Meyer and children children that a curse was pro- Â¬ against the human race have returned from Louisville where nounced but the joy felt by every Mother they spent several days Bro Mosdly alter an absence of sever Â¬ when she first presses to her heart her babe proves the contrary al months was here to fill his pulpit at Danger and suffering lurk n the Baptist church last Sunday the pathway of the Expectant Mr John D Meador has just had his Mother and should be avoided hearse painted and is now ready to servo that she may reach the hour when the people in his lino when needed the hope of her heart is to be real Misses Nannie Carlton and Etta Giots ized in full vigor and strength two charming young ladies of Vertrees were the guess of Mies Zlma Strother last Saturday and Sunday II Meyer having bought out the in Â¬ so relaxes the system and as terest of Mr Jacob in tho store here of sists Nature Jacob Meyer lias brought on a flno that the nee line of fall and winter goods Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J Bryan seems to be indulging in a ten like presidential campaign Its almost enough to shone the chief magi- Â¬ strates chair but its William McKlnley you know LaRue Cox celebrated his sixteenth birthday Saturday Many of his friends were invited guests and all enjoyed the generous hospitality and good cheer and with thanks and well wishes hope to meet him again Charlie Cain and family who moved to Kansas several years ago arrived at Guston Saturday morning They have always expressed themselves well pleased with their adopted home and are doing well there We gladly welcome them into our midst and hope for a good long stay Base ingratitude dwelt in the hearts of men in Shakespeares day ami was much implored by him The sad fact that the monster still roams up and down the earth is forced upon us Men go on for years receiving fayors from friends and one slight often fancied will be enough to make them life long enemies If you want to increase your stock of knogewled and Improve your mindp join the B V R 0 You will also come In contact with some pleasant peo- Â¬ ple that you could help and encourage and good the more communicated the more abundant grows The author not impaired but honored more The Irvington B V R O held a very pleasant meeting at the home of Mrs W J PIggott Saturday afternoon Oct 10th for the purpose of bfgining the reading for tho ensuing year This is to be German year and promises to be both interesting and profitable Mrs Piggott is president and leader Miss Julia Greenwood Secretary Mrs Lula Miller Mrs Bettie McGlothlan and Miss Florence Cain are committee on pro- Â¬ gram The Circle will meet at the home of Mrs J R Wimp Saturday p m Oct 23rd and all who intend to be members are especially requested to be piesent to make arrangements to send for books and magazines Golden hod 24th W buys Hn Vnn Unnxu 50c per yard au 40- UU IUU IXIIUW incix Wi0 wooi GLENDEANE Cheap goods at J II Browns Dick Owen heard Bryan at Henderson Mrs Robert Wells is very ill at this writing All kinds of produce wanted at J If Browns Hunters say there are a great many squirrels now Miss Flora Roberts Fordsvllle is at Joo Mattinglys on a visit Tom Owen came up from Owensboro for a day or two last week Mrs Bob Crlder and children of Fordsvllle aro visiting hero Guerdon Calaway Smithfield Ky visited relatives here last week Miss Alice Brown went up Saturday to her Harned home for a short visit W R Moorman was in town Saturday He quickly recovered from a dangerous illness Mrs James Harper and daughter Fan Â¬ nie of West Viow visited relatives here last week Miss Ada Curtis cousin of our agent and our agents father are here from Al- Â¬ bion Illinois Rev R T Harper and wife and little daughter Viola of 0 jvensboro were re cont visitors hore Little Miss Nellie Robertson spent Saturday and Sunday in town the guest of Miss Fannie Green Call and see me and if my prices are not as cheap as anybodys I will not ask you to buy J H Brown Dr Haynes of dental fame and Hon Jas Wortham of Leitchfield passed through town last Thursday Mrs Wood Wortham and two daugh Â¬ ters of Owensboro are spending this week with Mrs Margaret Deane Ken Rhodes and Ell Storms were among the Breckenridge people who went to Henderson to hear Bryan James Bishop for several years resi dent upon D 0 Moormans farm moves back to Hart county iu a short time Two more Republican voters at Mr jn- trn xuujr win uuu cucu iua m rrA u xituuuu- iv cud mi present election as they arrived last Sat- Â¬ urday twins Mr Lewis Ashley and sons will thresh their crop of tobbacco seeds this week for delivery to a Louisville warehouse sometime next month W 0 Moorman has bought the tie timber left upon GOO acres of Yuba Dam land a few miles from here Work opens upon it this week Jess Moorman late from Chicago is running as an extra on the railroad Hell soon be one of the regular crew if efficiency hastens to a place A favorite Moorman Hardaway from Irvington was hore one night recently He informs us that he will attend a echool of dentistry this winter Jesse Howard will move into town in a short time making himself convenient to his work of looking after timber inter Â¬ ests for Moorman Dean tie Co Heavy business on the railroad now Train late very often in the afternoon on Henrietta Cloth all colors 58c buys a vory fmo IAIIUW pcrcai0 Shirt latest pat- terns link cifffs sizes 14 to 16J that are really worth 1 and 125 show you somo of tho newest and best things from 25c up DoYouKnowLSXy plain cither Grain Shoes button or lace tips that aro worth 140 dTYou Know or XSsr Urge liiie of CLOVERPORT Oil ClofhjS and Mattings KENTUCKY IIIIMIIIIIIII THE FAIR 1 Just a Moment account of having to make two trips to got the big loads up Sinking hill Mies Nannie Owen will sing at tho re cltal Saturday evening Tho Utopian young ladies will also contribute a very enjoyable part in tho entertainment An unusual interest is manifested in debating societies and literary clubs In this part of the county Every school house has its well attended weekly meet Â¬ ing Miss Amanda Moorman and Jeff Owen and wife were in the country at Tom Moormans Sunday to see aunt Sallie Robertson who is more feeble than usual Dave Murray to the State Senate this iHlBpBBBBBBBHBBBBtmHill Ladies CAPES CAPES CAPES LadiesReadyto Wear Apparel Just a Little Better Just a Little Newer Just a Little Cheaper I IkTi MANY THINK year and to the United Sates Congress next year is our prophecy And the majority of the people will welcome its fulfillment Pantomimic dramatic artistic recital Saturday evening beginning at 730 sharp Given for the benefit of school Champion elocutionist of state Admis Â¬ sion 25 cents Since the rain farmers have actively pushed their work and if seasonable yet the wheat crop will be greater than our last weeks report indicated W It Moormans and R G Robertsons will be about 200 acres each I understand Jim May and Johnny Mattlngly will rent the Mattlngly House for a year beginning the first of Novem- Â¬ ber Immediately upon closing the trade Mr Joe Mattlngly the proprietor and owner will begin building a dwelling for himself Lacking tho poets descriptiye powers we shall not attempt to speak of the many October beauties which nature crowds upon us Rightly to livo now means to experienca some of the most indiscribable feelings of serene well tem- Â¬ pered gentle enjoyment Lets walk some talk less and think and live more amidst innocent lovely heaven-pointin- g nature Cherry Bros Bowling Green adver- Â¬ tise in the News in the other papers and in fact use moro printers Ink than any other people in Kentucky You can better judge their claims for your pat- Â¬ ronage if you will hear their teacher who comes to Utopia at the close of this week Teachers and pupils who expect to at- Â¬ tend school from home next spring and summer should not fall to avail themsel Â¬ ves of an opportunity to judge a echool by the fitness of its instructors THAN OTHERS And just these little things are what you want MOTHERS FRIEND Farmers are very busy sowing wheat Rev W II English left for the Theo logolcal Seminary Oct 1 Mr S II DIx is through gatboring corn His corn is much better than he expected somo ol it making fC bushels to the acre Eugene Gllllland is teaching our school in this district He Is teaching a good school the patrons all like him Miss Ella English is teaching a private rchoolnoar Hopklnsville She left the first of September and is very much missed from the neighborhood Miss DIx from Owensboro Miss Moorman from Yelvlngton Miss Pair Free Fills point from Ellzibeth town Mr Eugene Send your address to II E Bucklen Gllland Harry English Jr and Evearts Co Chicago and get a free sample box English have been the houte party of MU6kHTOI ittifcR of Dr Kings New Lite Pills A trial Mr and Mrs II S English tor ten days Dunkirk NY will convince you of their merits These past having a splendid tlme were meet Gelal an given an ice cream suppor at They L T Mr pills are easy in action and are particular- Â¬ Oae of the Roberts on the night of 13th Miss guccesafttl Commercial ly effective in the cure of Constipation Mattle Mllner joined them there Mrs and Sick Headache For Malaria and mea en the road II S English chaperoned them All Liver troubles they have been proved had report good Invaluable Thoy are guaranteed to be writes Dr Fenner I was stricken dowa music a piano time having harpplenty of and accom Â¬ perfectly freo from every deleterious sub Â¬ with acute Inflammation of kidneys had panied by good guitar voices vocal Mlts Pair stance and to be purely vegetable They was point leaves this morning for Glendeane and do not weaken by their action but by been suffering for some time tone to stomach and bowels great In a critical eeadlUon I secured a bot Hope she will have a nice visit there y invigorate the system Regular size tie of your Kidney and Backache Cure We regret very much to give her up 25c per bottle Sold by A R Fisher Ooe again Belle and sooa experienced relief After neb Druggist two bottle I WM entirely cured Stricken ROBERTS BOTTOM Down g35S28laBlj MATTINGLY The farmers are busy sowing wheat Another good rain wouldnt hurt Typhoid fever Is getting In its work in this community Mrs NY R Wethlngton U at tho point of death with comsumptlon W N Pate still continues to deal In live stock Nobs Is a hustler J B Rice and wife spent Sunday at OB Pates Misses Maggie and Eflle Hambleton and Bessie Oram visited friends here Thursday Misses Emma and Lillle May Pate who have been confined to their bed with typhoid fever we are glad to say are laiprovlBg Mlwee Ida and Nola Frank were the Sattday A MWa guests Satvrday Docle Bates B F Frank baa returaed liom Ute ouUi vbM b eoBWnpkies sawtalU- log la the future It la isMradby mat of the boy VESTS least that Miss Nellie will become Gray Will Wood says give him a cli ax brace and bit and a couple of rails and he can fill a wagon whee confectionery All heirs Interested should not f read the Ball heir notice in this Jessie Beavin Jolly Station is vli his grandparents Mr ad Mrs Hawkins near here Since the young row in tlds corns ty paid a hundred dollars for the prlvl of marrying his only choice tho boy all contemplating building a bache hall The candidates of thie Nale Dletrict entertained the people here unlay night Mullea ad Walker tl ire balle at each otbr uatill the Gould icwcely realise that Miller Bfowa was net before them Taul I eteae oonne Taal regardleee likewise Ik the want oolunut of this notice the article callio attfilnn Baltbelr estate at Wfrtloftc D wKKhsk iu ad dJr a Tha KrJSU s ISe- - flaV OAWTOXUA r r rTeB i CHARLES 0 MARTIN Viaaejat Fy NJonMbee Prescription lharnuclet fajise Co Cloverport a Z8g wroxixjew Sim aaaraefSpiB Jii a mtun iu littlo pnttlolcs njtfio roidpnr whonco litis been derived by tho Weathering of tho rock prior to its removal from tho quarry The microccopo shows that tho fold ppar of our traps aiid granites and other i0ul stones is never entirely free from a cousidurablo umount of knolluization 5S li Breckenridge News 1897 HERMIT OF ANTRIM AN EDUCATED MANS SOLITARY JSTENCE IN IRISH CAVES EX- HE TvOSTTIIE MATCH - WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 20 lANDY CATHARTIC I cl ijgj t I t Ft DEMOCRATIC P4 TICKET t TOR CLERIC COUKT OK APPEALS SAM aft- SHACKELFORD - KOIl CIRCUIT JUDOE JUDGE T It MoBEAiyfc WEED S OHELF FOR ST A E SENATOR FOK COMMONWKALTIISyATTORNttVt v DAVlDR MURRAY - 1 - IHj FUSION TICKET r FOR REPRESHNTATIVK t - J Ii LENNIN FOR COUNTV tUDOK i - W E MINOR KOIl COUNTY CLKIIKi A M HARDIN T A McGILL Deputy FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY QUS BROWN FOR CIRCUIT CLBilK R - S SKILLMAN OR S1IE1UF RICHARD OWEN J rOUJAIIRR D BEELER FOR ASSESSOR REV GEO E MORRIS FOR SUPT bCHIOIS- - K HARMAN FOR bUUVKYOIt H t C JOLLY FOR CORONER LEE BISHOP i UJ I i 1 REPUBLICAN TICKET 7 j jJOHNP FOR REPRESENTATIVE HAS WELL JR I t FOR COUNTY JUDGE WM AHL FOR COUNTY CLERK OWEN CUNNINGHAM I FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY R N MILLER k Jf FOR FOR CIRCUIT CLERK FOR SHERIFF s J SHERMAN BALL V B BURTON FOR JAILER GUS SHELLMAN FOR ASSESSOR i or alteration to clay This change has taken placo in tho crust of the earth to a great depth and no road material can contain feldspnrs frco from moro or less of this mineral depending upon tho character of tho rock and tho amount of wcathcriug to which it lias been sub- Â¬ jected Dy tho gradual wearing of tho feldspar by tho ubrasivo aotion of tho roller Ilia whcols of carriages nud tho feet of animals a small but lmportnnt quantity of clay is libeiated and this in combination With any olayoy ma Â¬ terial that may have been added to tho road Fcrvcs to furnish tho necessary quantity of cement to knit tho broken stono firmly together it is not to bo understood that an appreciable quantity of uhiy acts othcrwiso than objectionably hen used in rondbnilding Ab n rnlo nothing is moro undcsirablo than tho clay element in highway construc- Â¬ tion yet n littlo mixed with somo of our southern limestones serves to in crenso their cementing and enduring qualities Upon drying tho powdered lock sets much after tho manner of it sandy clay and serves not only to bind tho pieces of rock together thus giving rigidity to tho way but to retard the wear duo to any differential motion of tho frogmouts over one another while the load is passing along tho road A wetting of tho superficial portion of a roadway during rains tends by tho exÂ¬ pansion of tho cement to knit tho sur- Â¬ face together and make it impermeable to tho passage of water from a theoretical standpoint it w ould seem probable that a certain con Â¬ dition of inoisturo instead of being ob jictionablo to a roadway undergoing constant ue is rather deairublo than otherwise A condition of molstness serves to prevent loss of material worn ffho by tho abrasivo action of the wind and tho presenco of n thin film of wet dust acts as a cushion to protect tho fragments of rock from tho rudo touch and impact of passing traffic thus less Â¬ ening the wear and tear of tho surface in tho samo maimer tho moist cement operates to distributo tho bearing sur Â¬ faces of tho broken stono and to reduco tho local intensity of tho fiiction be- Â¬ tween ono rock and another although LCtaeut in this condition will tend to allow a greater freedom of movement among tho broken stones and henco in this way inako tho surfaco moro yield Â¬ ing Assuming that tho loss through increased nbrasion of material resulting from moist cement between tho rook fragments is iqual to tho saving duo to the cushioning effect of a small quanti ty of moisturo on tho surfaco thero still remains a FaVing to tho road by tho piotection ntiorcied by preventing ex cessivo loss through tho action of tho wind It is tho custom in England to plant htdgerows beside macadamized roads in order to insnro a rapid drying of iho raid after a rain by tho suns action In Germany it has been tho practice to phut fruit trees particularly the cher- Â¬ ry whilo in Kranco tho mulberry trco may bo seen along tho roadsides serv Â¬ ing the double purpose of food for silk Â¬ worms and shado In this country no precedent has been established in tho matter Tho states in deciding this question must of courso consider latitude and longitudo as affecting tho character of tho trees that will flourish therein and their re Â¬ lation to climatio conditions L Whittle Â¬ There If a Mjntery About Hint and No One Can Tell Whence He Came IIU Food ConiUU of lotatoet Only but lie Cooki Them Ilefore Eating- CUREC0NSTIPATJ0H 10 ALL ca ENOS WA3 GREAT BUT THE OTHER MAN HAD ATRICK THAT BEAT HIM A Coliteit lletween Horn Tlayera of Klral Bhowa That Waa Wltneaaed by the Citi Â¬ zens For Mllea Around and Umpired by the Mayor of the Town a MOONSHINER Quite IN REAL LIFE aa JOHN H COMER bUPERINTHNDENT SCHOOL FOR SURVEYOR JVNDREW DRISKELL CHINTZ ROYALTY FOR CORONER Different From Jill Confrere tjeeu on the Stage JOHN SPENCER u 1 JVSW WW roads rt - COUNTY OIAYASBOADMETAIfiOT DESIKABLE EXCEPT IN SMALL QUANTITIES l i Acti aa a Cement to Knit the Stone Ti gether When Properly Vied Action of Prevent Diut Water on the Roadbed amd Wear Treea and Heilce Tho part played by water on crushed etouQ while undergoing rolling is sev- eial fold lu practice broken stono dowif fs thoroughly rolled with a roller weighing ten or moro tons Tho wet surface of tho angalur rook fragments permits a moro thorough compacting as tho water acts as a lu- Â¬ bricant allowing tho stones to slip by t ono another with greater freedom than would bo the case woro the fragments dry At tho same timo the water retains tho powdered rock resulting from abrasion of tho particles and holds it between tho fragments This process is reactionary and cumu Â¬ the powder lative for the presenco ofcapillarity to of attrition acts through take up and retain still greater quau- titles of water until tho spaces botweeu the pieces of broken stone composing the upper part of the road bocomo com- pletely filled with powdered rock Not a little of the cementing or bonding of a road during rolling is in icalily tho effect of capillarity existing between the grains of powdered rock and the ad joining walls This prluciplo may bo observed on our seashores and sand roads Wbilo wet the beach or road may bo firm and allowing heavily loaded VHyifllding teams to pass over them but whon dry suck places aro impassablo for heavy mm and difficult of paasago for all kltwai ot Teiklcs In this case caaiqut itg m wain wily understood plays no part iu yaBaWciag adhesion between the grains ppoti drying tho grain aro attire feca to movs ever one another kaviaf lost tbe water which served to Mad togatnf Wbm a waoaajatn road k taoroudiy eflajML a oaraful iMayaqtfati will ata ahafragmestao braavta ato m ntnaalr adkad ana Um apaafttyarMii ar 1M with a powdtaiL which if derived horn aaitabb m4 asaawlal ourrtea a small ptnmtajn af bur-- Aajr of owr aoa aaoi4tMiowMoottiM aaap- ot Â¬ The Kentucky moonshiner iuroal lifo docs not resemble his counterpart do scribed in novels and impersonated on tho stage iu the least Ho docs not wear top boots and n slouch hat As a rulo ho is too poor to possess tho former and ho s moro apt to go barefoot or to am bio along in n pair of wornout bro gnus than to wear top boots His hat is usually ft torn straw Jimmy and his clothes are yellow and faded with ago Regularly on days whon the grand jury meets in Louisvillo a dozen or moro of tho moonshiners aro presented for inThoy present a wocbegono dictment appearance as thqy pass along tho streets in chargo of tho marshal Inthoir own poor homes in tho mountains they aro hospitablo but of tho stronger over sus- Â¬ picions Tho latter may mako his bed in tho ono room whero tho entiro fami Â¬ ly sleeps but his requost for a taste of liquor brings forth a statement that nono is to bo had this sido of tho storo At the samo timo a still may bo in operation within ten feet of his whoreabouts Tho storo represents to tho moun- Â¬ taineer all civilization On winter mornings ho will tramp to it through cold and snow to soil a iow stiff rabbits and swap yarns not overbrilliant One of tho mountaineers chief sources of incomo is his honey and this fiiids ready salo at tho storo Tho moon Â¬ shiner soldoin receives monoy iu pay for his wares but is paid in a bit of bright calico for his wifo or a shoulder of ba- Â¬ con If ho can add to this a few1 pipe fals of tobacco ho is woll satisfied with tho results of his labors New Yoik Cominoroial Â¬ Thero aro portions of tho north of Iro laud whero nature assumes a grand and wild aspect On tho coast of Antrim thcrd is no annistico in tho furious bat tlo that sluco tho first nges of tho ter- Â¬ restrial globo was engaged between tho waves and tho rocks Columns of basalt liko gigautio scntiuols stand on guard to resist tho invasion of tho ocean nud tho profound oxcavatlons niado under tho granlto rocks that protect tills por Â¬ tion of tho soil of La Vcrto Eiin provo that tho waves must havo frequently niado most vigorous onslaughts and only retired after thoy had mined a land which thoy could not conquer It is not difficult to imaglno that this majestio and dcsolato slto should huvo seduced ono of tho vanquished ones iu lifo ono who had absolutely decided to scporoto himself from tho society of man Tho real hermits aro becoming moro and moro raro indeed it was bo lioved that thoy had complotoly disappeared but if a vocation for that singularly abandoned profession could still bo felt by any ono it might bo in tho presenco of tho marvelous spoctaclo of that sea whoso waves nover subside of thoso grottos whoso pillars and vaults possess a power which tho art of tho architect can never equal Naturo her- Â¬ self scorns to havo created in those rocks a rcfugo for tho shipwrecked for tho proscribed and perhaps also for thoso who despiso tho vanities of lifo About tcu years ago a mysterious in- Â¬ dividual niado his homo in tho grottoes of tho coast of Antrim Tho approach of any human boing seemed to inhpiro him with an iuvlnciblo ropugnanco As soon ns tho cavern which ho had select- Â¬ ed for his refuge was discovered by tho fishermen of tho neighborhood ho imino- diately disappeared and took up his quarters 20 or 30 kilometers farther ou in another retreat which appeared moro inaccessible For a fow months his domicilo was in an old abandoned miuo tho principal gallery of which advanced under tho ground to tho distance of about fivo kilometers but as tho inhabitants of tho nearest villago had long beforo carried away tho boams that sus tained tho vault to convert them into firowood tho hermit was obliged to quit that dangerous refuge whoro ho was constantly exposed to tho danger of bo- Â¬ ing buried alive So ho installed himself in a grotto tho nccoss to which was moro easily discovered but it was loss obscuro less humid and less llablo to cavo in Thero ho flattered himself that ho would find at least somo of tho con- Â¬ ditions of oxisteuco that bolonged to tho inon of tho caverns But it was in vaiu that ho hoped to return to tho lifo of tho first ages of prohistorio humanity Ho was obliged to pay tributo to tho exigencies of civilization and to mani fest less repugnance for all contact with his fellow beings Ono day ho found on empty barrel that tho tempest had tossed upon tho shoro and ho could not resist tho tonip tation of bringing it homo to servo as a bed Somo indiscreet persons taking iidvautago of hisabbcnco to visit his apartments discovered that ho had a pot for cooking his food Whero did that cooking utensil como from Was it also a picco of wreckago rolled up upon tho sand by the furious waves or was it tho last souvenir of civilized lifo car- Â¬ ried away by tho anchorlto who whilo endeavoring to return to tho conditions of existence- that bolonged to prohistorio times could not abandon tho habit of cooking his food That is a question which has nover been answered aud it is aUo impossi- Â¬ ble to find out whoro he gets tho pota- Â¬ toes upon which ho lives Did thoy como from tho discreet charity of tho poor fishermen of tho neighborhood who at tho proper timo renewed his provisions or in separating himsolf from tho world did ho mako arrangements for tho trans portation of his inodest provisions That is also a mystery which has nover been fathomed Ono point however is cer- Â¬ tain and that is that tho hermit deter- Â¬ mined to live upon potatoes alouo Ono day n sailor offered him half of his din- Â¬ ner Tho hermit pretended to bo glad to accept tho gift but ho never touched tho food Iu tho absenco of tho kind hearted sailor ho tossed it into tho sea Apparently ho also vowed that ho would nover enter a house and never touch u picco of monoy Ho kept his resolutions Nothing could ever induco him to cross tho threshold of any ono of tho littlo houses of tho fishermen who began to havo a sort of affection for him and nover onco was ho known to beg Tho only liborality that ho would accept and that ho solicited from tho munificenco of strangers was a match to light tho firowood gathered for cooking his pota- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - 25 50 GUARANTEED AA ABSOLUTELY plfiiKtbooilrtrrrt HTKUMNd UEnkllT ZZM2ZZX1 0rMcaro Montreal DRUGGISTS CnorKfTork lit THE OUTDOOR CHURCH The enrven pillars of llio tree Tho lowered mosalo of tho grnvt Tho frwn trnnapnrcnt tracorliM Of lenf on lent that lightly And lightly movrs w lien 11 ic7 J nna Tho nntlicm of tho wntcrfull My chorister tho ulnckblnla lay And mingling with auffunlng all Home by tho wind nnd atlll let fall Thp lncenso of tho now mem n hay Hero inrth tho kindly mother kneels iler mighty linnda outipnaa In prnycr Vtlille oer her brow tho nunny nlr A couth wind full of blctning etcnls Thla la my church my altar tlioro THE OLD FLYBOOK It la Dearer to the Angler Than Any Other Votrtnn U thero anything closer tonn nnelers huirt than his Hybrid I know of a caso whero a burglar nmoiig other things took a fly book Ho wns arrested aud speedily convicted nnd imprisoned Ho cleared things out pretty well iu tho house but tho owner seemed to caro for nothing about tho missing fur coatr sealskin sacks silverware and other valnablo Lares nnd Pcuntcs but ho did bowail the loss of his hook of flics Tho other thing3 ho could buy again but to cot tbgothcr such nu assortment of valu- him an imiwsslblo x ablo flics seemed to thiug Ho had been years collecting J them picking up odd ones hero nnd tucro until for quality nnct vnrwity his book could not bo excelled It wns n fly storehouse ns it were No matter whero ho intended fishing or whether for trout biss or salmon ho could ulwnyg find a choico assortment to draw from with which to fill up n supplementary book Although it was somo timo ago ho yet bcwail3 tho loss of that flybook Many havo bceu tho oflorts to get track of it but nil in vaiu Ho has gono to tbo expense of sending to tho prison In n distant city nud endeavoring to pro vail upon tho convict to divulgo tho hiding placo of tho book but without success A persistent search of tho pawnshops and periodical advertising huvo produced no hotter results Thero wero files in that book for trout and salmon iu Irish Waters flies lor tho salmon nu 1 trout of tho Scotch lakes nnd tho UnglMi streams nud flies for tho salmon of Norway Tho fin oil ten from Muiuo to California and from ono end of Canada to another wero collected iu that wallet anything nnd every- Â¬ thing from tho feather down midget with cobweb gut to tho lordly salmon fly abholntoly irrcsistiblo to tho lurk lug halmou dcop dowu iu tho ley pools of tho Cubenpedin Thiu o wtro flics in that book on which famous has trout and salmon had been hooked each fly carrying with it memories of battles foaglit from ca Â¬ noes amoug tho rushing sirlim waters Furot aud Stream Â¬ Sho wrnpn mo In her mantlo fold I kneel and pray bealdo her thero As children do whom mother hold And living air and sunlight gold And wood and meadow pray w 1th mo Eva Kcano In Bpcctator i Â¬ BUTTERWORTHS THEORY Ill Lenient Way of Treating For Information Embryo Criminal Commissioner of Patents Buttcrworth is ono of tho men who bcliovo that a prosecuting attorney is better engaged iu sidotracldng embryo criminals on tho road to perdition and getting them ou tho road to rightcoiuucss than in corralling thorn for shipment to tho penitentiary whero thoy aro thrown into association with professional crooks Soveral years ago Major Buttcrworth was prosecuting attorney in southern Ohio and ho had tho opportunity to test his theory regarding tho discrimination that should bo used iu dealing with men newly launched into crime A young ffcmor was arrested for passing counterfeit shinplasters ns Jtho CO cent noto was known nud tho case was put in tho hands of Major Buttorwoitk Tho young man told his story Ho had savod soveral hundred dollars had left his wife and littlo children nud had taken a boat down tho Mississippi river purposing to sottlo on a now farm ho was to buy with his hard earned sav- Â¬ ings On tho boat ho met an oxtromcly pleasant and well dressed stranger who learned of his mission and proceeded to mako himsolf agreeable In a moment of extromo confidenco thp stranger told tho young mau of n largo quantity of monoy ho had which was made from plates that had formerly bolonged to tho government and which tho government had long sluco sought to recover etc Tho youug man was struck by that re markablo method of acquiring wealth when ho hod toiled and saved for years to got his fow hundred In a burbt of generosity tho stranger offered to ox chaugo somo of his money for greenbacks belonging to his now found friend so that tho latter should havo two dollars for every ono ho possessed Tho bait was tempting and the fish bit At tho noxt landing tho woll dresfcod man disappeared from tho boat and tho dupo becamo alarmed Ho becamo suspicious of his new money and was afraid to offer it in payment of his pas sago Ho too loft tho boat determined to go back homo Ho started to walk and becamo footsore Ho began bhoving tho monoy to buy something to cat the countorfoit was discovered nnd tho ar Â¬ rest was mado Major Buttcrworth took iu tho situation I told that young mini ho said iu relating tho story that if God had made him a dishonest man ho had failed to put a sign on his fuco I told him to go homo to his wifo and children as an honest man Ho could scarcely rcalizo hat ho had escaped tho penitentiary Ho went home nud a moro honest or better citizen I do uot know today That man had not tho heart of a crimi- Â¬ nal but if ho had bceu sent to tho peni tontiary his children would havo bocu disgraced for lifo and probably ho would have belonged to tho criminal class for lifo St Louis Republic Â¬ Â¬ HUMOR AND ITS USES World but May lie Overworked Humor is tho very suushino of tho writes Cnriio II Garrett iu world Tho Womans Homo Companion Hardly any other siuglo gift will go so far to refresh aud iuspiro ouo iu everyday lifo and keep tho heart still young It steals merrily ucros s tho workaday world animating tho drear iest monotony aud finding placo iu tho most hopelobS destiny Such a gay trav- Â¬ eling ooin paiiion is humor for tho pil Â¬ grimage of lifo Tho womau with a sense of humor has a safeguard against ennui against folly and against despair Sho can never bo dull so loug na tho comedy of lifo is boing ployed beforo her eyes With a keen hcnso of tho ridiculous sho is uot likely to mako a fool of herself and sho will nover bo Jiopolehsly unhappy for felio will find in tho most odverso fato something still to laugh at ind after all laughter is your truo alchemist Howover it may bo with tho unmusical porson surely tho surly individual who cannot laugh spontaneously on occasions is fit for treasons strategeuis and spoils But this blessed gift of humor should bo used to lift tho shadows of lifo uot to deepen them A joko which causes another a pang of humiliation or makes Homo seusitivo hcurtacho is not only a cruel sort of amuscmcut but it is alho n vurj expensive indulgence For just u moments gratification at having mado a 4hit tho funny woman may forovcr ioso a friend aud may oven arouse- a very genuiuo spirit of enmity Wo learn to forgivo and mayhap forget many injuries in lifos troubled jonruoy but perhaps among tho wounds that ranklo longest iu the human heart aro thoiu which aro mado ouly in fun Â¬ It la tbo Sumlilno of the sold tho old circus man I suppose that tho greatest bass horn plnyor that over lived was Enos Stulkiuton Ho played tho bass horn in our baud Thero bavo been men with n bettor kuowledgo of music perhaps and somo with a more flniisbed stylo but nono that could touch him In producing thuuder His playing came in bo ouo of tho features of tho show Ho was n star attraction whoro ho was known but to most peoplo ho camo as a surprise wmothing more jd they en Â¬ than thoy had expected joyed Mm all tho auoroou thai account For instance at ovcry porfcajnauco btforo tho actual beginning of tho Mbow wo used to give n baud concert nnd Mr Stulkintou would begin to get iu his lino work tlicro As tho people listened to his first thunderous oompkahsl they wero nmazed Hut when they heard tho icailvas of tho givat tent flap in uuison with tho blasts at his horn they nil laughed nnd thereafter throughout the purfonnanco they nil paid oloso atten Â¬ tion when Enos raised tbo instrument W tried of courso alvnys to mako a route Jfor tho show that wqjjldut con- Â¬ flict with uiybody elso for tlero woro plenty of towjia that wouldnt sUhwI nut ouo show nt a timo Two would joso monoy in them however good tley niightbo But sometimes we ran Jigauist somo stubborn mau that wouldnt iyo way and then thero was nothing to do but to shjrr and beat him If wo could Onco vbca wo struck a town with another show wo lcntncd somehow that they had a greet bass horn player iu rtieir baud nud of courso wo challenged eu for a contest Aud thoy took up tho chaUengo very promily Thoio wasnt much timo to prepare for it but wo lulled Uio town in au hoar and got per mission to put up n stand ou tlw public quare becauso it was to toe a froo ex- Â¬ hibition nnd thut attracted attention Tho contest was at noon and of courbo tho two bauds played anntoiu panifats of tho horn players Jiud tVbat undo a big band coucert and tho cnpwl was something euormous Tho terms wero that each mau was to play onco jaul thou a vote of tho peoplo was to bo taVcu Tho man defeated in that round had a right to cnll for another It itlio man defeated iu tho first round won tho sccoud tho mau who wou tho first round tad n right to call for a third rouud JJnt tho winner of two rounds by tho vote of tho peoplo was to be do clarcd tho winner of tho contest Well thi men in our show fcot every dollar thy could nrko and scntjo on Enos aud somo of tho moro gentle hearted of them thought they wero just robbing tho man in tho other show Our old man not only bet nil his money but ho hot tho idol of his heart tho famous old Riraffo of our show agaiust tho other shows moth eaten buffalo nud ho was so dead stiro that ho throw in u cin Â¬ namon bear to boot Our sido had tho first iuuing and ourlhuud fchowed tin how to play nud then Xnos ntood up for his solo And how lib did mako tho thuuder I It was ootnplndi oomphali oomphahl ns it had nirvur bceu heard beforo nnd he fairly carried tho people off their feet Then thothor baud played a tuuo nud their nnu got up And theros no uso talking he raised moro thuuder than Enos did mid set tho peoplo bhouting Then tho mnvor cot up to tako the vow as hed agreed to do anJ WiJm Interested now M inuoh a anybody And tho peoplo voted for Iho othet nlan as wo expected they would But W hadnt any doubt about tub final result for wo thought that Enos would unw shacklo now and broak away and raaia tho blow of his Ufa And ho did We who had boon bearing him for yoara had nover heard him approach wfcart did now It was wonderful Ho eet tha peoplo wild nnd wo thought wo h4 cm sure But tho other mans very first oo phali mado us tremble nnd as ho wont on wo know wo wero lost money jgi Wed never Jiowd raffo everything anything liko this before It wawnt Jsfc sliuplo peals of thunder It was A thu der factory in full blast and working with ndoublo lorcoor men increcouju bo only ono verdict Thnt nftcrnoou tho wholo town wont to tho other show nnd loft our big tout empty Tho other peoplo como over for tho animals thoyd won beforo show timo Thoy wanted to tako em over nnd walk era around in their ring Tho old mau had em brought out When jtho glraffo realized what had happened Jin wound his neck around tho center polo and wouldnt budge But tho old man fliwlly persuaded him aud over ho weut to bo jundo a show of iu tho other circus Euos Stnlkinton never blow a bass horn again Hod lud tho opportunity of his life lwd missed it nnd ho hadnt tho heart After that ho always biw a baritone For my own part I always thoughj thero was a trick iu It Dont yon know thero aro things that look fair and squaro ou tho f aco of them that you feel certain all tho same aro off in some way Woll I know thoro was somothing wrepjg about that mans babS hqrn play- Â¬ ing and years afterward I heard what to it was lo had a bellows attached the tho horn wjth a hole in tho sido of lioru for tho Mpzzlo of tho hollows aud tbrj Mlow3 huado his clothes out of sight Wid a jod rmmhiR dowu to a treudlo under Wpjfpot Ho ro euforccd his own blowing With blasts from this hollows and of courso tho man didnt live that could staud up against biro Wo told Enos about tide bvttwai too lato Hod lost bin ambition nnd was satisfied now to play second fiddlo though ho might still have bceu cbav Now York Suu piou 1 V -- Stockport England boasts ono of thfl largest Sunday schools iu tho world number of scholars at present Tho ou tbefeviks is no fewer than 4834 whilo thite are 238 malo aud 105 fe- Â¬ male tcachqria grand army of over 5000 tvl It has boon stiianVd that over 2000 000 acres aro doyotqd to tho manufac Â¬ ture of deer In Scotland ami that about 5000 stags are annually MUed DO YOU TRAVEL liilnp 4HI1IM01H J jtV UeH tint litiuUclie cure that iierrouKiiLk ali4 eeulcfcueu Nr tho una or thli Inhaler tlis rpl njl itlmiilantaSt nrcTtntatlra known tl ft In JetAM HINllAKie and yon will aTWaya n It 1C CL81UUS JMI J jutvauv DrairfaU vmxsaKs 1A V 8 a Good Neat firiottfig Is just as essontinl to success In business as your rating with any of the mercllan tile agencies Write 10s A XJ Jfmrvoua Fall Log Mem or7Impot6nc7HlMpleMt1eeaieto canard b7 AbuM or other Exceebea and India cretins Thru quickly anti surety rafttoralrfMt Vitality In oldorjouna end flt tmau bualnnsa or mrrlane ftxdaflb Prevent Intanitj and Ccnannpt Ion It tukMn in time Thill man talmwar lmieedlavte fmDroTe- JUKE menlauid effects bero all other fall In riat upon havioff tha genuine Ajaz Tableti They ejaTecareaiuouaanaaana wuiiwayoa wokittj spo UUe written RaarantfNi toeffectsnir Xf PTC la mash 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Every case of this sickness moans one mouth generally two months of idle Â¬ ness If tho wages of tho patient aro only 60 cents a day tlioro is a loss of 16 a month Generally this sickness moana a loss of wages iu two mouths time of 60 or 80 Tho avcrago loss of wages for six weeks would bo f SO Add to this the dootora bill which is any whorofrvn 00 to 1100 wowJlfcay 00 If the patient lives in tho oity and has a trainod nurse for only threo weeks there is another I J5 Ten dollars for the propared food ice milk etc brings this moderate- - bill up to 18S Multiply this by tho number of yeopte sick and we can sou every year fat Uui United States 96000QOp lost to pa Â¬ tient by the Iwroada of this one diawwe Minmim Small pill afe pill mm DaWltts LittLa Early Risen mure bllloaeaeaa vaatia lion and tiek haadafha 8lort 4 Hay- - mm0mmianm The Rev J H Bernard endeavored to lift tho veil that hid tho origin aud antecedents of this mysterious person Â¬ age Tho man of tho caverns of Antrim endeavors iu vain to livo tha lifo of a Kvvago It has been recognized by more tluui one sign that ho has received a good education From timo to timo ho reads to tho flshermou somo passages front thoBibb but ho never comments upon them There is no uvideuco going to provo thut tha man has any particu Â¬ lar form of iusauity beyond perhaps tho harmless one of tho love of solitudo Ho is always clean and neat in appear onco and seems to bo sound and vigor- Â¬ ous in body Ho speaks with no accent A Boy Thlrat Yor Knowledge so that it is impossiblo to fix tho locali- Â¬ Littlo Boy I wish I was n great ty from which ho camo Ho soldoin smiles but ho doesnt look sad On tho philosopher liko you Great Sctoutist And why my sou contrary ho has a resigned aud perfect Â¬ Cause you know ovcry thing and ly biitisficd look Who ho is and why iu theres some things I cant understand tho world ho lives such an extraordinary but if I was liko you I could lifo nobody can toll Loudon Figaro Tell mo one of them Woll for ouo thiug Id liko to who belie vh chronic diarrhoea Those know1 why photographers can toko pic to he incurable sboud rf ad what Mr P tures of comets on meteors and flying E GrWiain of Gaars Mlllx La has to cannon balls aud lightning flashes and I have been a yot thoy cant photograph a boy withÂ¬ aay or the subject vlx suffer from qhroslo diarrhoea ever aiacft out squashing hishcad iu a pair of TPoarsoag Weekly the war and have tried all kind of meM piHcHer8 i ciaei or it At t I found a remedy CmiyMmm1 lRilU that affbeted a cure aud that was Cham Miss XeadowNweot Exoasa my ig bjarlalaw Calk Cholera and Diarrhoea ttorawee bat oaglit I to call you Mr TkaitiTy Thla Hadieiaa eaa always aa Squills or Dr Squills dipaaaiJ apou for colic ehokra aaarbaf The Deoior Ou call me anything dyamtary and diarrhoa It Ut plum int yoa Ultt 8omm U my frlbi sail we to taka and navaf fails to affaat a vara auoM fool mm lfea4aroarawAk SSandSQevntaliaiforsala by A K M ttabav Clovarport m4 ft A Sbailaan gly paant who knowyw Iptiwatalyl London Puck Htaybanajwft Â¬ Anta With Pluck and llralna To tho Intellectuality of ants which men liko Sir John Lubbock havo always delighted to polut out a now proof has boon added by tho observations of a woll known scientist Professor Bona- tolll who has communicated it to tho Vcnotian in8tituto Ho noticed that tho ants used as a bridgo tho twig of n trco which touched a houso thoy wero desir-Â¬ ous of roachlug Ho accordingly out off tho end of tho twig so that it was im- Â¬ possiblo for them to get across aud thou watched Af tor tho lapso of half an hour how over ho found that tho processiou which ho had stopped had reformed ltsolf Ho proccoded to investigate tho matter and ho fouud that tho littlo ants had discovered that thoro was another twig which when it was blown by tho brcozo touched tho wnll now nnd then Tho army of nnts had formed up iu ino to this twig aud wheuovor tho brcozo blew it against tho wnll tho foro most members of tho band took advau tago of tho opportunity to got across Man with all his boasted genius could do nothing moro for not only did tho operation requlro clover timing but ubsoluto confidenco iu making what under tho circumstances must havo becu a vouturosouio leap Strand Mag aziuo In all Jlranobei p aotloeJ all upcritioni performed in tha molt iVUlfal manner at rlcej to iolt tho timel Crown tnti JlrldRe Work a pelalty extracted Poiltlvely Without Pain lantltry Tooth Moat Complete Jloutnl Itoom WITOSlWl During a third of a century has never failed to drive out all blood impurities in ajnutlicrn Indiana RATES Z ra1tew m 2V4 PCR DAY Id moot anlr llu located rOTtlntn cltM The Time Tested Certain cure for scrofula pimples boils iu fact the time tested spring medicine Sold by druggists and mercuants everywhere SARSAPAR1LLA L J JOHNSON -- SajfS 0UI3YILLEKY DR MENDENTTATLB IMPROVED - CI XJKIJ CHE Al FBM GDI v B00E S2ZP1KO GHOHTHAND TELSQBATE miLAtTFSir Wbo desires to better bis or her condition la life shcu1 Tilt tae catalogue or tae Qs6Ss4ZrjYt J - y y egaWfi i fos BRYANT No 400 THIHD BTBEEJT liOUIBVITjIiK STRATTON iaigE3gaT JCV QUAHA1STEED TO CURE Aul H Malaria la all Forma Taatekee geoulna pKhout tha abovit picture as4 that ajnature Ct J O HeftdeniiaU CHILLS AND FEVKR at Health Depends TTpon Your Teeth Being in Order We fullv realize vour tliouirlitf wliM tk havitur intal work dona cc nia but k a by muH nay attention and th koomt Good UaMaf Ukt Friea at T MENLKNIUIX CKVANaVIULK 1MB GO oanta all Daalara PRIPARCD ONLY BY wUh a m W r nre oared to d vor to viva- aatlaniciloa at aacaeJlawrlr low prifiam We will U at Iryinam o Wadndar and Thuraday ftH fourth Monday of aach qaooth It U to your hjtajraat to qmuhhU tu - wk tha gold by jBHORT St AYNE8 HARDIN A WILD afcmadnbttri JJCft al t 4jfcial tX mmMmmnimmjf wm Breckinridge News WBDKBBDAT OCTOBER 30 1897 REPORT Of MULDRAUGH the Cloverport Post Office for the Quarter Ending September 30th 1897 n V i Amount of stamps stamped envelopes newspaper wrappers and postal cards on Mwidrattgh Vaioa fclmrch wm boadU Mlj Ancowted is di Herat t klad of flow hand at beginning ot quarter 257 80 eMM4feM Ofl tli ereaiugiot Oct Amount of stamps stamped envelopes S Mh when lrje erowd of friends ad newspaper wrappers and postal cards nfotivM kA gathered together eagerly received from the Department during sponso Manufacturer wlilfto witeees the marriage of Miea the quarter 400 05 Amount of be x Works on h salary Xaete Wiihen to W L Hall At the rent for the quarter 53 00 Total 807 Monoy laid by ffointed hmt erf eight the church doors 81 Deduct amount of stamps stamped Dont think so probably not abovo were thrown open and the party was envelopes newspaper wrappers and pos a few hundred dollars at tho outside led by Mr Tilden Withers and Miss tal cards on hands at close of quarter Rich relatives prospects Invest Bette Hatriogtoo Mr Off Dawson and 263 21 ments Grosarecelpts for quarter 554 21 Mm Mattie Withers Tho maids ot Nothing of tho sort All his folks Salary of post master 250 00 Salary aro in niodcrnto circumstances hotter were attired in beautiful white and dreeees trimmed in delicate blue ribbon of clerk allowed 00 00 Amount paid for thcro isnt oven a suspicion of- a rioh earryiog a lovely bouquet of pink flow ere rent of office 10 50 Amount paid for nnclo or a teapot or stocking hlddon by The former couple took their place at the lights 120 Amount d posited at Cin- Â¬ any old nuntio in somo out tt tho way left of the alter and the latter at the right cinnati July 8105 Cincinnati August chimney corner No tho secret of my 47 03 Cincinnati September 05 18 interost in that mans trado is that his The bride and groom took their place word is as good as his bond and what Just between the two couples and were Amount received on special delivery ar- Â¬ over ho agrees to pay or whatevor ho ticles 04 Total 554 GO metbylLW Jenkin of West Toint buys you may know that ho is to bo de Number pounds of the Bheckcnkidob pended upon And his family aro of tho who officiated After the ceremony they led back to the doors where they awaited News parsing through the office free samo sort Ho has two sisters ouo widcongratulations after which they went county circulation lt20 Number of owed and tho other a maiden lady and 1109 Tola everybody is very anxious to soil to to the hotel to await the night express pounds paylrg postage them because they aro such good pay and immediately left f r North Dakota Number 2405 lbs Merchants havo a very good chanco Number pounds of the Clover The bride was attired in a beautiful and to learn the peculiarities of human na- Â¬ Democrat passing through free county ture especially as regards monoy mat costly traveling suit and carried a lovely boquet of white roses and white roses in circulation three issues 01 lbs Num ters xnoy una ana mat vory oitcn J hsucs h r hair Tue groom attired in the suita- Â¬ ber pounds paying postag that thoso with tho largest bonk ac count and tho broadest fields often havo ble black Many friends gathered at tho 23 Total 81 lbs In addition to the above there were tho smallost souls and tho narrowest depot to bid them good by and wish them all happiness and prosperity Miss 204 money orders issued and 80 paid senso of honor Now York Lodger Withers was one of Muldraughs bellep during the quarter A Rainbow on the around We have fulfilled the law and have and was very popular among all who Will you allow mo through your pa knew her She is a daughter of Mr Lewis tried to please every patron of the oilice per to ask If other pooplo havo observed Withers of this place She is a mem- Â¬ and hope that we have given general a rainbow on tho ground instead of ber of tho Christian church and will be satisfaction as usual in tho air and if so would thoy bo so kind as to givo tho scientific Respectfully missed by ail Mr Hall is a son of Mr reason for such an appearance I havo Wm Hall of Webster J D Wlson p ru formerly of novcr beforo today watchod such a cu- Â¬ By M iTon Wealh trfnlt Asuf Cloverport He has spent part of his rious sight as that of which I spook time in the other states but now found Whilo taking a long country walk I Pointed Paragraphs his companion in Kentucky Miss was overtaken by a heavy shower and Withers has chosen one who is worthy whilo taking refugo from tho rain I From The Chicago News of her love He is an honorable pros- Â¬ watched tho lights and shadows moving Its a poor Bostonia that doesnt know along tho valloy below mo boing my Â¬ perous and industrious young man and beans self on tho crest of a downliko hill I we wish them all the happiness that can When a mans temper is rufllid his was struck by tho unusual glow and be bestowed upon them brightness of tho colors in tho valloy brows are usually knit and as I watched thoy formed a most fuThe farther a man can look in tho brilliant rainbow perfect in shape and DUKES ture the fewer creditors he sees color but lying flat on its sldo so to at- Â¬ There is something mysteriously speak on tho pasture land bolow tho We had a nice rain Sunday night and tractive about all mysteries except hash top of tho aro nearing tho opposito hills Monday No man has to serve an apprentice- Â¬ and the two ends toward tho down I Miss Beulah Roberts full Tuesday ship in order to learn how to make mis- Â¬ was on This strango and beautiful of foct was also witnessed by n friend who takes hurting her right arm badly was with ma I should bo much inter- Â¬ Whenever a man throws a bouquet at ested to know if others havo at any timo boy of Bob The little and Josle Tindle fell against a hot stove another he expects a whole flower gar- Â¬ seen the like and could explain tho causa Letter In London Morning Post one day last week burning its face badly den in return Whenever you see a man visiting a Molasses making is done in this neigh- Â¬ An Aitonlther borhood for this season The turnout was chiropodist there is something on foot a popular minTho Rov Dr X very small Fortune no longer knocks at a mans ister suffers from a halt in his gait a Rev John Storms is announced to door You niutt have an electric button peculiarity which ho inherits from his fathor Ono day when tho roverend doc- Â¬ preach here the fourth Sunday at 11 if you want to be in the push tor was still a student ho was walking oclock a m Some men would get along much fas- Â¬ along Princes street Edinburgh in Mrs Hettie Duke who has been sick ter if they didnt lose so much timo tell- Â¬ company with his father and on com- Â¬ with the fevers for three weekp is no ing other people how smart they are ing to a path whero tho footway was better at this writing It is sometimes a difficulty to tell a narrowed on account of some building gentleman stopped Farmers that have been waiting for mean man from a good one as it is to operations tho old on beforo him rain to sow their wheat are putting in tell a mushroom from a toadstool As thoy wcro proceeding thns n sober good time since the rain Those that bad looking countryman behind thorn eviMerit Means Money Made sown during the dry weather have to dently unawaro of tho relationship of only watch it come up Everybody wf b You cannot advertise money nut of tho pair frowned onco or twico at tho glad to get so good a rain peoples pockets all the time you may limping youth and shook his head at roprovingly Young X was Rev S J Ritohey S B Burnett and do it now and then but if you dont him wondering what this could mean when give them something of absolute merit R Supp committee appointed by the ho was speedily enlightened by tho Presbytery to sell the Lead Creek church in return advertising will never prove countryman giving him a smart hoc on in this county near Hawesvllle sold the successful The kind of advertising tho car at tho samo timo exclaiming intame to Alsop Bruner and Parker that pays is advertising a good thing dignantly Tak that yo young Jackanapes Yo elders of the Cambellite denomination As it bos merit the people will use it Never has this been should bo ashamed o yoursol fur mim Â¬ Saturday for 4500 with one fourth agaiu and again better illustrated than in the great suc- Â¬ icking tho anld gentlemans infirmity time reserve Yo toothless young seconded yoll may- James Jarboe moved in the residence cess of Coscarets candy cartharlr that bo lame yoursol somo day London we have been lately advertising in this Telegraph lately built on his father-in-law-s farm 8 B Burnett and will crop with him paper All drupgists call Csscarets re- Â¬ A Tower Tiro Thoiuand Xtt Ulrfh peaters that is people buy them like nc xt year Willium J Fryo an architect of New Â¬ them and them again J II Burnett went to Haweaville mend thembuy their friends and recom- York city has drawn plans for a towor to Cascarets to commumorato tho consolidation of Tuesday are guaranted to cure constipation or Greater New proposed tower The election will soon be here then money refunded and are a delightful is to bo 2 140York Tho feet in height in all ro all the candidates will get a rest some laxative and liver stimulant the best spouts the most wonderful structure in will be elected while others will retire medicine ever mode We recommend tho world Tho Eiffel tower in Paris is to their homes with faces telling their all our readers to try them 084 feet high nearly half that of tho proposed observatory tower for Now wretchedness better than tongue could York tell Croup Quickly Cured Tho tower is to bo twelve sided and We are very frtquently called calamity Mountain Glen Abk Our children built of steel Tho lowest portion will howlers because we have sand enough were suffering with croup when we re bo 800 fcot In diamoter and will bo in our craw to stand up and fight for our ceived abottle of Chamberlains Cough flunked by four pavilion buildings giv Â¬ rights and privileges Because we dont Remedy It afforded almost instant ing tho structure abasoof 400 feet say amen to the gold bug administration relief F A Thornton This celebrat- Â¬ Tho outer walls will bo of cement and wirccloth Internally tho tower will we are called silly croakers when we ed remedy Is for sale by A It Fisher can witness every day that times are Oloverport and R A Shellmon Steph bo a labyrinth of steel columns girders beams plates and other shapes in gettlngharder for the laboring class of ensport steel no particle of wood boing used in Â¬ people and instead of giving us prospericonstruction or finish ty as the Hannacrats promised they arei Electric cars with resorved motor French Cookery Dlsies as they have been for years drawing and power of compressed air will run spi- Â¬ M Gerou a Parisian gnxjor captured rally around tho 100 foot central area will still draw tho cord of oppreralon tighter around those that toil as long as n burglar who had entered his house making a trip to tho fifth floor from tho Tho man confossod that ho vraa a wait Â¬ top about a 2 milo rida Goldon power Is in their hands er in a cafo M Gcron vra a frequent Â¬ Days Delia Dukes bos walking typhoid er of cafes and had often pondered on Left Oat of the Prayer lloolc fever tho mysteries of restaurant cookery Whilo Mark Twain was in Dresden The opportunity was now offered to Lee Gilmore attended court at liar satisfy his curiosity Ho ado a com Â¬ ho oxprossod a wish to meet Dr Paul dinsburg two days this week pact with tho waiter that if tho latter Lindau Tho result was a dinner given Our school Is progressing nicely Mr would truthfully rovoal tho composition by an American resident thero which brought tho two distinguished authors Haynes the teacher seems to be giving of certain dishes ho vrould roloaso him In reply to tho question as to tho ingre Â¬ together When conversation bocamo general satisfaction general Dr Lindau gavo his views on The Cannelton butcher was in this dients ot chicken croouottos tho man America Ho had been thero for a few mentioned every aliment except fowl community this weok and purchased which was novor employed As regards weeks and know it all In particular ho condemned the cllmato of Florida Mr several nice beeves Mr Tom Pate sold a zambajroa tho revelations were of I was a fat cow to him suoa a character that M Goron for Clemens thoreupon spoko up thcro somo years ago and spont somo declined to There is prayer services at the Presby Â¬ tUe honor of Franco them to tho reporter Tho waiter timo in Key West Whilo at Key West terian church every Sunday night va Instigated by tho samo patriotio a schooner put iu ono day with soveral of tho crew dead from yellow fovor Deputy Miles Fuqua was in town sentiment when ho was requested to Well thcro was great oxoltoment in tho Wednesday collecting taxes give tha formula for a goulocho This ho positively declined to do oveii town and elaborate preparations wore mado for tho fuuoral A minister was A few weeks ago the editor was taken to secure his liberty M deron consid Â¬ scoured to officiate and when all was ered tho refusal as a broach of tho com with a very severe cold that caused him ready ho opened bia prayor book and pact to be in a moat miserable condition It lioe whereupon ho summoned tho po Zambayon is a torra probably cor Â¬ road tho marrlugo service Thcro was was undoubtedly a bad case of lagrippe rupted from ealpicon a ragout com Â¬ no funeral servico in tho Key Wost and leeognzlng it as dangerous he took posed of moat and vegetables and as prayor books Thoynovor havo occasion to uso haedlte steps to bring about a speedy such suscoptlblo of any sort of clandes press it New York Mall and Ex- tlno treatment at tho hands of an experi Â¬ cure From the advertisement of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and the enced restaurant cook A real goulacho lendihlp True Bosslo Horn Ive often thought of uuty good recommendations Included or gulasch Is a Hungarian composition thtrelB im concluded to make a first inado of rump steak stowod In a pureo of friendship but Ivo never been able to tomatoes and onions meat trit 0 ri nedlclae To say that It was and paprika Tho obstinacy glace butter xnako out really what It is of Flora 111 glvo you an instanoo its mttofaotary 1b it reeults Is putting it er la refusing to disclose thotho wait ingredl letting aOtdly indeed It acted like magic eats of this dish as served In Paris was when auother girl tell you her troubles Wjr youro dying to toll hor yours mm Mm nmR wm a speedy and per- - probably Inspired by professional pru Â¬ Xoudoa Fun mm We bare bo tiesiUBcy in dence which M Geroa like all hour was not ErrpUaa Doctor hhimibiHbk Mtk exMlleat Cosgh geots of humorendowed with a sufficient to appreciate Mily to aWtotsd with a etMtgt sense Acleat Egyptian doctors kaew the the periawa and had a Haunt fcroi oreoldU imj htmTU Sutw of Disfigurement for life by ban or or acfa which JC V Lore of Lyoai LllMrijr W Tlw aid Bay be avoided by wlag DeWitts bm dlaeovwtd 1b UMdloal pajgrri The M sad Mm4 JW mI by A R witou iiawl tMvt tie cm remedy for twtaw eooBC ta ttw oalrtrated BUrtM- A WmUomb mUMadforaJlklBdioaN lBAWt1niHtstMdE aad Mm Pirn mi Hm BMaoia had Bat Um tmH tthat A Uayaee -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ e- Word Mil His Bond Thcro Ive dene it at last said a Merchant as ho mado an entry on his books and closed tho cover of his 1 vigor with an expression of genulno satisfac Â¬ tion I havo tried for a dozen years to got that man for a customer and this Is tho first timo ho has over paid me a dollar or given too an order Hodoosnt look very prosperous but you cant always tell said his friend Is ho a landholder Doesnt own an aero was tho ro BU LINCOLN AT GETTYSBURG Atoomtt of How He Tint Wrote HI Fainon Speech Speaking of tho dedication of tho na Â¬ tional ccmotory at Gettysburg and Mr Lincolns famous address delivered on that occasion Nor 10 1808 Governor Curtin began by saying that thcro had been much discussion as to how and when that address was written and ho continued fuys Tho Independent I can tell yon all about that Of courso I was thoro and tho president and his cabinet had arrived and were at tho hotoL Soon af tor his arrival as wo wcro sitting around in tho parlor Mr Lincoln looked thoughtful for a moment or two and then said I bo llovc gentlemen tho commlttco aro ex Â¬ pecting mo to say somothing hero to- Â¬ day If you will oxcuso mo I will go into this room hero and prepare it After a timo ho returned holding in his hand a largo yollow government envelope on which ho had written his address Hero gontlomcn ho said I want to road this to you to soo if It will da And sitting down ho read It to us and then said Now for your criticisms Will It do What do you say Several spoko In favor of It and ono or two commended it in strong says tho president Well terms havont you nny criticisms What do you say Seward Mr Howard mado ono or two sug- Â¬ gestions bearing on somo slight verbal changes which I bcliovo Mr Lincoln in corpora tod Now if you will allow mo gontlo men continued tho president I will copy this off And ho again withdrew mado a copy of tho address Ah continued tho governor If I had had wit enough about mo to havo begged of him that yellow cnvclopo what ft trophy it would havo been How much it would havo boon worth to somo of tho ladles fairs which a littlo later began to bo held to raiso monoy for tho hospitals and tho soldiers But I did not think of it then 1 k GREGORY CO KENTUCKY tefd BBBBBBBBBBM BEST TRAINS Kansas City Moiitn Colorado Pacific Coast Utah Washington Omaha Si VIA lWtorfMitrS LtVEHrtflT StMHtHt AfMlC Local Agents NMMtat FtftlMztr buHiy Simiari III Dealers In hi btitfy v Doors Pino Floor Boarding P lsg and Bhlnjcles Bait Lime Cement jt Latha Plaster Plastering Hair Plow Handles Bricks Eto Yellow Sh BlindsWeather Colling ip St Paul NeorasTar Black Hills sU Wit g pCttifMtM FiiniMew for BulWlsft aw vjglWiBS Material ott0 St Louis or Chicago vccTiem en tbiimc SLEEPERS r DIN1KQ CARS EATS CHAIR CARS 8FREE 1 ban 0 V H M RUQG TRAV PAtSn AOENT ST LOUIS MO HOWARD ELLIOTT OENL MOR 8T LOUIS M lW WAKCLCY OCIfLPAMR A0T8TL0UI9M HARDI1TSBUEG B7 BKARD President WILE MILLER Vloo rresldnl H BKARD CtsMer Q W BKARD Sold by SHORT HAYNES J H Hunsche Xeep tho Month Shut As a guard to health old ago needs and by tho way peoplo of all ages as well need to know that it is noccssary to kood tho mouth shut for it was not intonded for breathing purposes tho noso boing essential to this purpose and having tho advantago that it warms tho air and strains from it irritating mat Â¬ ters injurious to tho lungs Remember tho mouth is exclusively noodod as a port of entry for food and a port of exit for crystallized thought tho chief mo Jium of communication between man and man It is woll for all to remom bor though unfortunately tho sick and suffering and tho agod havo especially to romomber that savo in rare exceptions unkJBsed kisses aro tho best Tho kiss is only good for family uso and sinco wo know that more than 100 variotlcs of microbes havo their homo in tho aver ago disinfected mouth thoasoptip kiss is tho only pormissiblo ono anywhera Medical Mirror Old Time SerranU Servants wcro servants away back In 1G00 just as varied in fact as tho woman who bossed thorn and both wore much as thoy aro in this end of tho century year Servants wcro fined in thoso days for each trivial offensa A penny was thought enough to fino a servant who loft open u door that should havo been closed and tho somo fino did servico for missing family prayers or leaving tho bods of tho houso unmado later than 8 oclock in tho morning Tho cook might havo n beau but sho had to pay a fine ovcry timo ho camo of a penny If such rulos wcro onforcod now madam would find herself with out lady help In short order Phila Â¬ delphia Lcdcer Â¬ The TAILOR with MORRIS E8KRIDQK R M JOLLY ON Director Will be in Clover TIME DEPOSITS PAID port on the 2d and 4th INTEREST Friday of every month It your bPitlth Yourlinpplncss jotir itroniub YOUR FORTUNE Is Casper May Co IND Keeptbe llend nnd Thront clenr end tiealttaf nml tout mind nnrt brnnlnlwayntrelndeaw OUSIISIANtt mintiioi IMIAIEK U tbe relief to mankind tn nil Lend troubles UUKFH COrUH HOKE Til K OAT OA dis TAKKII Ha That mvmi odor In appears br ne Wonderful ofCntnrrh liar Fererand Asthma ONLY CUSIIMANH Druagltla It II rrtt Malt Â¬ OANNBLTON at aaai far If J J SO raata Haaf far Hank an Haathat fraa CU9H1U UBlQ CO T1ICII1IXS III U B A rHBr cant at LOWING MARKET REPORTS HOW TO TRAVEL B O S W EYe Louisville Ky Oct 10 1807 Shipper ihonld mark all paokagei plainly with drippers name and poit offiot addren BUTTER Choloe oonntry 16 7 18 TiiviE rrjttUEi Henderson Route LoQ9rile Henderson Trains leave Louisville na follows Mtdinm Creamery - - 18 8 32 13 34 20 SO BA O S W ItAlLWAY Clnclnnatl and the St Louis and the West xaas Fresh 7KATIIER8 Prime white goeie Mixed Old No 1 daok POOLTR- St Louie Ey Co Unrt No One and No One Unt 111m At tho battlo of Chickamauga I saw a fellow shooting straight up in tho air and praying as lustily as over ono of Cromwells roundheads prayed Tho Presbyterians of 1040 prayed loud and sang hymns in battlo but thoy shot straight at tho cavaliers every tima This follow was blazing away at tho sky and when Lieutenant Killing worth remonstrated with him about it ho paid no attention to him whatever Captain Joe Billingsloy threatened to out him down with his sword if Jio didnt shoot at tho enemy for tho woods in front were full of them Ho merely remarked to tho captain You can kill mo if you want to but I am not going to appear beforo my God with tho blood of my fellow man on my soul Ho novcr flinched but stood squarely up exposed to every volley of tho ene Â¬ mys fira When tho sun set on tho evening of Sopt 18 1803 Captain J O Billingsloy and Lieutenant Allen Kill iugworth both lay dead on tho battlo wont field of Chickamauga and R through without a scratch Cor Gal Â¬ veston Nows The Editors Own Poetry Time Card In Effect June 20 97 Eait Bound Lv St Louis Hvansrille Henderson SpottiviUe Owensboro Cloverport Stephensport No 4a No 4 No 46 00 Hem per lb Spring Chlekeni per Qeeie per do tM H 8 10 7 15 7 38 9 45 1007 1045 652irri 818 9 IT 76im 2 48 855pm 70jm 245im Daekiperlb 1 0 8 1S0 00 80 Haneivue 37 3 41 440 6 03 SO 328 4 00 Now La Sweet potatoes per bbl From store 2 to S oU higher Navy Beam per bushel BOOTS Ginseng Senloa Snako IrlDK tee aeiteeee Yellow Ginger Wild Blood Irlib per barrel POTATOES new 7S1 50 Arr Louisville Brandenburg West Bound Inritton lt 522 603 621 1112 1235pm 745 No 4I No 43 460 610 525 617 661 7 30 No Jo No 15 No 1 8 Lv Loutsvila a 35am 8 ajam 2 45pm Ar Cincinnati 643am 1155am 605pm Ar Columbus 555pm tt 05pm 1115am 8 95pm Ar Pittsburg 7 15am Ar Washington 650 am n soara 1 2opm Ar Baltimore 750am Ar Philadelphia 10 15am 3 40 pm 11 3cm n Ar New York 555pm oopm Ar Boston 3 9 05pm Nraln No 16 hai elegant Pullman Buffet Parlor Carlo Cincinnati and Drawing room Sleeper and dining cars Cincinnati to Washington Baltimore Philadelphia and New- - York without change Tran No 18 has elrgant Pullman Parlor Car to Cincinnati and Pullman Drawlntr room and dining can Cincinnati to New York without change Train No 90 bat sleepers to Cincinnati open at 9 oclock to receive pauergett St Louis Springfield and the West 45 No - 2 1522 40 21 JO Lv Loultvile Brandenburg Irvington Stephensport V 7f0im 450pm 823pm 9 31 861 6W 643 962 915 951 011 1035 1135 1217pm 1240 Ar St Louis dally- Lv Louisville No to Ar Springfield 8 40pm 9 33am North Vernon accomodation leaves at 7 15 a m i3onn ajjara No 8 16 640pm 3m No 44 Saopm 711am 2 5 6 XS Lftdj Bllppefeeeeete eee MlT ApplOteteeeeeeeM FIELD SEEDS Timothy per hushel Clorer per bushel Crimson Clover per bushel RedToppei bushel Orobard Orass per bushel Blue Grass fanor pr bnshel Blue Grtss extra per bushel Onion Bets Yellow per bushel M 1 ArrSL Hawesvllle Owentboro Spotlsvlle llenJcMon Evanvill Louis Oloverpot 720 789 8P4 10 1021 6 1148 12 115 732 100 9 05 9 47 1068 1223am 6 Charlestown accommodation leaves at 3 30 p ro except Sunday Trains Nos 16 to and 44 have elegant day coaches Pullman parlor and sleeping cars to St Louis 715 am 1115 noon 640 pm 3 90 a m From West -- 7 at a m t 13 pm 6 40 p nu City Ticket office coutheatt corner Fourth and Main streets Depot Seventh and river Ford tail Information regarding rates time on connecting lines sleeping tiarlor dining cars etc addrrsi US BBOVVN O S W Hy District Past A Ticjtet Agent B 4th and Main Louisville Ky or J M CHESSBROUGH General Pasenccr Agent Cincinnati Ohio - 1040 115 720 TRAINS ARRIVE it 15 From East a m 40 0 61 3 2 45 1 10 85 2 59 3 60 A I trains run Ihrough Solid to Evantvilla Through parlor can and Pullman seepers on all trains betwern St Lmiiii Kanvvllle and Louis- Â¬ ville Numbers 41 and 42 connect at Irvincton for Fordvlllc and Hardlmburg dally except Sunday II C MOIIDUE A G I A Louisville Ky White HIDES Green good Dry Salt good Dry flint good L H St L Thats just what I thought Its a copy of somo vorsos you wroto in my auto graph album while wo were at school togother Pearsons Wcokly No FoMlble Danger 11 Editor to old schoolmate It hurts 16 me old follow to wound your feelings Sheep skins but really we aro so overstocked with WOOL poetry that its usoless to read yours Tub wnhsd Wo can only accept what shows unmis Grease fine - 16 takablo genius Burry Old Schoolmate Woll Just read that Blaok 10 Q poem and toll mo what you think of it Barry and Cots MISCELLANEOUS Editor having read tho poem It is Tallow as I feared tho poem shows no promise Beeswax whatover Pardon me but It Is simply 8orghnm Molasses FLOUR absurd nigh grade patent Qld Schoolmate with a broad grin 1SH 10 50 i TAKING h Fordsvllie Branch General Passenger Ageat Cincinnati Ohio n 4 G B WAIIKBL Astlttant r TIME TABLE No 10 EFFECT MAY 30 1897 It It 11 11 23 3fl West Bound Trains Hast Bound Train Dally I Dally ex Sun ex Sun No I No 9o0am 8 09 in Safety MHbjSvjfV 5pRfri Dally I Dally ex Sun ex Sun 8TATIONS No 6 No 1 1060am Lv IrvlnKtonAr 11 25 Garfield 1140 1147 1165 12 10pm 1225 1235 1265 li Hsrned Hardlnsburg Junction Junction Kirk 7 42 7b7 708 660 630 620 60S 7 27 7 17 Straight Patent Low Grades - Â¬ 6 25 6 10 4 60 29 30 23 What do you consider tho most ab Â¬ solutely certain way to distinguish toadstools from mushrooms Cook tliom got somo other man to eat them and then watch his symp Â¬ Chicago Tribnnq toms Yellow Jack Prsventative Gaurd against Yellow Jack by keeping the system thoroughly clean and free from germ breeding matter Cascarets Candy Cathartio will cleanse the sys Â¬ CORN No 2 Mixed at store No 2 White OATS No 2 White No 3 No 2 Mixed Oats No 3 106 120 145 1 Jolly Oltndeane Dempster r Falliltoughlv Dempster Mik and hmk - 28 2V 215 65 2 05 2 30 llockvale Iloth Atkins Oaks Mitchell 6 44 6 38 Packet Line Fast Mall Line Between 6F0 6 26 610 BOQam 35 im AaVniiUeIv Loolsllle H Louisville and Evansvilie STKAMKRS 21 - 11 JO 94 04 92 efidertonSl Louis RyCe WHEAT No 2 Long Berry Nu 2 Red No 3 HYE No 2 Western ONIONS 60 1 nsro At C20 oclck A TIME SCHEDULE Taking Effeet K 4 E G EAGON F M Ryan Master D L W A TAKASCONg Penny Muter L T Oer Frr SIhp Prtf Snsdij ifij 30 1207 R Per barrel BACON Shoulders Clear rib sides Clear side Lard In Heroes 902 00 K 0 rfesl Bound Troint MVl JtVwf Sound Trot n TELLOITir B Ballard Matter W Kewboll Fumr tem and kill all germs contagious disease - 40i i i i i i i i OK Bxprs Kxprs pTil7 4 a STATIONS Ma 12 P D 7SB 6 STAGGS Rxpra Expr Dally Dally 1235pm 7 46fvB 0pm 7 30am 7 48 Py 818 8J1 Fall Footwear An extensive and varied line in all etyle A nobby Shoe for the ladiee for from mud gome good value your arrival In heavy goods chased just the thing Carry the faot that the price will be of our competitors 6 03 6 31 6 40 IvUnn ptar Kentucky St Howard Wlllowdale Rock Haven Long Branch Brandenburg Kkroo Irvington West Point UfOtsa 666 1146 11 11 2 9 663 68 6 00 6 IN 661 82 8 31 8 42 8 61 1121 1112 1063 1045 1037 10 IS 9t3 7 20 618 626 661 669 707 712 869 907 915 9 31 11 Oil Gutton 641 634 626 618 610 660 642 574 630 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7M 7 ll si 12 e4tt Iu IoT ioi Ball Hm HflENBBBv IbkbT mm rVw Mykd ad W E BROWN Mil irvington iBaeWtftiitrl Train So 41 ana 4a auk tnraectloei a Ir 4allr races teatley wka train to aatl frSaTSarJiuWg aaaltofdwIHe Hiiki Oirylta maolatr Parlor Can between Loal Osdy tVrect Hew vttle Qxenthafo an4 Hsaaersea t the Metik nasi Beat tm fctkew btwatetten Aaaewtk a oaUetteri vhagtess rrKOrwwllinttYiaFBHBW v JajL J THR BBLROKRlMRlDaK NRWS OLOYKRPORT Breckenridge TkFENSDAY opyaoaiiii OCTOBER WmrJlVMf MVJ kHrjVr - e ICtf News 20 1807 JvK Local Brevities V Politics is w trmtng Fresh candles at City Bakery Yesterday was umbrella day Fruits and colery at City Bakery Election Election Election Election None better try U 8 bread Sulzers Clover creek has somo little water in it See the fancy line of ladles belts at wn Another rain Ney kraut at City Bakery B ll Plcliard is in tho city Those that advortlse do tho buslneBa Try pickled pigs feet at City Bakery Jopepk Taul was In town Thursday night Court at Hardlnsburwtlladj mrn this week dp A Httlo rponoy works wondors at Suzersx- Miss Ethel Oulzi went to Louisville yesterday New lino of ladles itrecn shoes Suzrs Addlfou A Dick s ll salt at DOo per barrel Central City will have a new hotel at the ccst of 5000 The candidates have two weeks to chat their friends Extract of Love Letters is a very fine quality of porfume How many csterns were in readiness to catch this rain The new depot lioud bo initiated wllhan oil time dance Alfred Hunnln ol Hawesville was In tho city a few hours Monday Mrs John Burks and Miss Nellie Bulks Supers Fresh oysters served In any style at weroin the city Thursday Harry Morrison is off from work at City Bakery will tho shops He sprained his anklo The creeks and all Inland streams They do say that McKluley linn lost begin to flow W II Morgan of Stephenfport was his eye sight from too much smoke The Balky and Parker debate here in town Saturday of tnons green Thursday night vaa well attended Have you seen our line liatB Sulzars Mrs Robt Duke of Duke- - has re- Â¬ Whats better than good fqulrrel pie covered from a case of tj phoid fevi r The season is on Arthur Haynes and Porter Bradahaw Rev Father Carrol went to Ovens of Union Star were in the city Sunday boro Monday night Born to tho wife of Mr William Mc Dont buy a wrap untlll you see the Cracken Saturday morning a fine girl line at Salzers Addison Dick have the cheapest caln Dr William Milner of Union Star Beatt d cbalis In the county for 2 75 per set was in town Saturday Mrs Robert Patterson of Cannelton Little Virginia Hudson after a weeks Ind spent last week with Mr and Mrs illncBP has recovered E II Marciillat of Leopold Ind was Noel Mrs D V Wilson and daughter Ida in the city yesterday of the proprietors visited friends at Tuckers Flat last Jacob Frankel one week of the Fair is in the city Mis E J Bandy of Union Star is the W Victor Bowmer and 0 It Touspy A Mrs E guest of her daughter went to Hawesville Sunday Kissam day until we Just two wctks from to We have rainbows in the ground now know who tho lucky ones are instead of the air Fully explained in MiBS Bettie Bowmor is with her cousin this issue Miss Lucille Sterrett at Ilawrsville Chas May Harry J May and Clint Feel easy wear well fit fine thats Worrall of Cannelton Ind wero in what they say about our shoes Sulz9rs town Sunday Ex Senator J 0 S Blackburn will F N DHuy and wife left Monday speak at Brandenburg to morrow Thurs Â¬ for Cincinnati and Chicago They day will be al santa week Judge W W Tabor came up from Fresh from fashions centers our line Hawesville Monday evening on bus- - of ladies wraps SuzVs nee Messrs J W Jarrett Oliver Sliellman Read the advertisements in this issue Stephensport and Geo Casbraan of Possibly you might giin some knowl Union Mar wera in the city Saturday edge Addison Dick have the hrst green Mrs J D Babbage spent Thursday at bo fFee in the county for 10c per pound Long Branci with Mr and Mrs Abe and Arbuckle ct HV e at 12c per pound Ditto account of tho death of little John P A Tucker canio here from Hender 4laswell three year old son of Frank son Saturday He was enroute to his Haswell can be found in Hardlnburg home at Buras column Miss Jesse Hall of West Point came The persimmons are falling off the Sunday night to be the guest of Miss tree chestnuts are ripe and Sunday par Â¬ Nannie Brashear ties are regularly formed to gather tbis With water works electric lights and fall fruit opera house Cloverport an The News gives its readers from one would be strictly in it to two columns of matter every week on Mr Edward Bradley of Owensboro county roads In reading same you was in the city Sunday the guest of Mr will gain a good deal of information and Mrs Chris Swapgot Died On Monday or any other day Wesley Swfg jot has gone to Owensin the week with Putnam Fadeless Dyts boro where he has accepted a position goods will not f tde either by sunlight rr in the Montgomery candy factory washing Sold by W E Brown Irving Mr E French and Miss Llssyo Mc Â¬ ton Donald of Hendersju were the guestn Tbero is a gentlemen in the East try Â¬ of Miss Alice Mattlngly Sunday ing to devise somo means t calculate John Muldoon of Victoria left Mon Â¬ the amount of dust that accumalated on day for Pineville Ho has accepted a the leaves of trees during the prolonged position with a mining company drputh We clothed the boy for school clothed Mr and Mrs Nelson Jolly of Jollys Station spent several days in tho city him for bujinesi clothed him when he last week with Mrs Sal Ho Yeagar fell in love clothed him when he was Indications are favorable for one of married we can clothe you also Ooverports lawyersVo locate in liar Sulzers dlnsbuig alter the November election Mr Charles A Dana editor of the Born to the wife of James Haynes nee New York Sun died at his Island home He was tho greatest most Miss Jeasa Hawkins of Meade county Sunday in this city Friday a fine bouncing powerful writer of the pgi There will never be but one Dana girl Â¬ You can find on pige four the repoit Wonder what Brer Mitchell will sur prise the public with since he has blotted of the Cloverport pos ofTbo for the out that artisltic sgu on the West end of quarter ending Sept 30 The new man Â¬ agement so far as the News has been the hotel Â¬ Miss Carrie 0 jrons who was the guest able to learn has given entire satisfacMiss Alma McDerinolt tion last week of Dr Sam T Hambloton who probably Louisville lies returned to her home In enjoja the sport ol Ashing more than any Irvington Ky The Capital Hon J 0 S Blackburn ex Senator of other person in the county carries the record so far this season He caught last Kentucky will speak in this city Everybody come week a bass weighing four and a half night Thursday pounds out and hear the great orator Mr Cliai R Sklllman lefc Monday for Mr John T Patterson presented the Nkws with tho largest pear that wa have Louisville Mr Sklllman goes there to seen this year It weighed sixteen represent the Masonic Lodge of this ounces and was of the Kylfer variety city at the meeting of tho Grand Lodge Mr R L Oelie Junior Warden of tho It seems that the Cloverport clubs Masonic Lodge Js also attending During this have almost vanished The traveling public will not havdany time last year thro were some six or room to complain Cloverports now de- Â¬ seven clubs which met every night in pot will boon be complete and fitted the week Mii Margaret Bowmer the handsome with all modern conveniences InsteadÂ¬ arridaughter of Mr and Mrs W II Bowmer of it being a hatred to wait for the val of trains it will now be a pleasure will arrive Thursday from a prolrnged ja under erection and visit to herIater Mrs W JSheifnanjin A new platform when you alight from the train you are Toledo Ohio in stepping distance of the depot Mr J D Brashf or arrived in the lity The following spent a most delightful He is buyer Monday from Owensboro pluco for the American Tobacco day at the horns of Mrs Win Minor jttbfa Company and will begin purchasirg the in Addison last Friday Mrs George Chick Mt Sterling Mrs Robert E first of next month I Mcormin and Mrs E B Oglcsby This week wo g vo our readers on the Cloverport Mrs John Burks Mrs Wash 1xth pagt suveral paragraphs p rtIulng Holt and daughter Miss Mary HoU to adverting Tuoy should he read by Mrs J G Stephens and daughter Miss all those that advortlse and thoas that Brook Alta Vista do not Tut e good value in store The members and friends of the Fra Mr C J Fella of Holts bottom was teral Mystic Circle gathered at the lodge m town MondayMrFella has passed the room Friday night to spend a most bMWtury mark All of his childrea pleasant evening The occasion was the aswrabkd at a4 MWMkhildMn nave a wniuy his- second annual banquet of the order reijWKttruay w Alter all bad assembled Rey W B Rut ledge peetor of the Baptist church de Â¬ View RaAdUtg Circle of Irvr livered TJb woet ieapreeeive dlecouree to ifcfM will auwt with Mm Jobs Wimp the Members and vleltote All were Out iitU ai I oeiook All then wated at tables ard served to a tcpecto4 to be in alUm georgeons aupMr The Otoverport or Â¬ dene and rqnatd to bring any friend chestra delighted the MMOsbUiJip with tbei wishes to Join this year tbelr beautiful tttralna of atteio cr Â¬ Â¬ fSn The Secret of Living Long from the Glubi Dra xrut At the ngq of 87 Popo XHIhas put into verse in the fonn of tho Latin poets his rules for good living high thinking and bar I work The advice comes with good graco from a man whose life has baen one- of sustained intellect- Â¬ ual effort and who assumed great re- Â¬ sponsibilities after ho had crossed the line into tho region of old ngo Moreover Leo has nover been what is called robust Ho has made the best of a delicate physical organization and taught his body to answer tho highest mental demands As a yrung man ho was the do meetlc prilate of Popo Gregory XVI then suppressed brigandage in several Italian districts was n Cardinal at 43 and Pope at 08 In tbo twenty years of hie labors as Puntlffhe hashown exception al activity of mind and has dealt with affairs vigorously though seemingly a very frail man Throughout his whole career tho Pope has been a busy writer In addition to his cores of administration The title of Leos poem is significant Shun Greed Bo Content with Frugal Faro It is not a new keynotP but while admitting its value tho world gen Â¬ erally disregards it Even the lesson of moderation Is impressed with difficulty Thoreau noted how the buds swell imperceptibly withe ut hurry or confusion as If the short spring days were an taught that every Seneca eternity tills g exceeding the bounds of inodera tlon has an unstable foundation and Cicero that To live long it is necessary Fragility in living is to live slowly still harder to practice though Johnson calls It the daughter of prudence Gold smith a road to happiness Franklin a fair fortune and Herrick and Humboldt tho strongest fence against disease Even as good a diner as Sydney Smith declared that mankind consume too much food In tho course of his poem Pope Leo pic-Â¬ tures the grossness of tho Roman ban- quet where guests were drowned inglut tony broken In body by greed losing the sense of the diviner air which is mans inheritance But Leo is not a believer in tho creed The regimen he com- Â¬ of the ascetic while simple is rt fined and mend Neat- Â¬ grateful to the aesthetic feeling ness comes first he cays enjoining that the table be bright with shining dishes The meats and and white napkins cereals must be of the best the eggs immaculately fresh and boiled or poach- Â¬ ed Sauces be distrust and rules out those that are 11 iry or highly spiced Foaming bowls of milk fruits salads and honey in small quantities are all good Then even though an Italian be would water his wine of Cbianti vintage Last of all comes the deml tosso of black coffee sipped with appreciative slowness Such are the precepts of Lo for a diet leading safely to a green old age There is probably no better living au- Â¬ thority on the subject nor a more convincing illustration of tho value of a fare that whllo tasteful and nourishing Isyetfrugil The poem is free from a fad and for a discourse on diet this is remarkable Io When the Dingley Bill f3K5ftftfKggafll9r Went into effect there was a rush of the ocean greyhounds to reach New York Some of the before it became a law steamers failed WE BEAT UNCLE SAM beat him bad We are offering some SPECIAL BARGAINS IN WOOLEN GOODS Men and Boys Clothing come and see Â¬ Boys Clothing A line for your inspection Mens Clothing Sunday-go-to-meeting A business suit a work suit a suit that will meet the approval a dress suit or any other kind of parents who want a grade of Clothing that will wear of suit you will find in our large and varied stock of well See them mens wear Â¬ Shoes ELECT A COUNCIL THAT WILL CLEAN UPTHESTREETS Not an Extremist The BitECKKNitmoK News is the brst free silver paper coming to this office John D Babble is not an extremist in nnj thing but deals strictly In fads whether for or against him Pellvillo corrt spondent 0 ensboro Daily Irquln r Breckenridge County People Who We aro selling Shoes for A line for men and boys service good strong ones ladies and misses that we aro that will do you good We sure wo can not only please want you to see our stock of you but fit you comfortable Fall Footwear Tempting bar and at prices that will be all right gains at tempting prices Underwear M CANNELTON Tell phone Mrs Sally Miller of Cloverport Ky Is visiting relatives at this place Mr and Mrs Frank Perry and children of Cloverport visited at Mrs Belle Sut Â¬ tons n Fourth St Sunday Iko King of New Albany owns a farm In rljtill county Ky upon which a quarry of fine lithograph stono has Just to give you satisfaction A little girl once antiy said Satisfaction is onlv found in two places thats the Diction We want your trade and we are going ary and Sulzer s Store Every dollar us you get good values spent witn Attended the Owensboro Fair Mrs Jennie Milltr of Hardliisburg returned homo jestordny Mr Silas Miller returned to Ifardlns burg yesterday afternoon Messrs If 0 Murray and M Tierney of Cloverport are in the city on legal business Henry God and wifo of Brandenburg are visiting the family of J II Matthew on Main street Mrs J W May of Hardlusbu g who has been visiting her brother-in-lrMr L F May returned home yesterday Mr and Mis A A Richardson of Garfield Ky who havo been attending the fair returned liPiuejesterday morning Mrs Bettie Rolllni who has been vis iting her sister Mis T J Williams at Big Spring Ky returned homo jreer day Mrs E A Wilt c f Hardiitfiburr who has brm visiting her sister Mrs E R Pennington returned homo cstrrday tnorninp Mrs Laura Kurlz who ban been visa Â¬ ing Mrs Geo W Matins relumed to her home at Webster Ky jesterday afternoon Mrs Martha Hendricks nnd niece Miss Nancy Hendricks of Ilardlnsburp roturned home jesterday afternoon nflor attending the fair Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ been discovered Cnpt Frenchs show boats havent gone down the Mississippi this season on account of yellow fever One Is up tho Mississippi and the other up the Illinois river Ills Own Master said tho chairman Wo havo como of tho committc0 to nk you to tako this nonilimtlou Tho city needs a man like you strong bravo solf made self reliant ow niiig no master fearing uo Sulzers Something j i tWtkWVW WASM - WANTS Wanted Miscellaneous small advertisements Vi r Snle Ioit Found K inserted undtr this held at the uniform rate ol me ce it a word each Insertion EXCEEDINGLY c I j Beyond Fine man Tho grcal man was visibly touched Ill not deny said ho that your kind words havo shaken my resolution I trust that if elected I may justify your coufldcnco and provo that I am indeed strong bravo self reliant that I own no master nnd fear no man Supposo you wait n ininuto till I sco if my wifo Strand Magazine will let mo accccpt An cast oud London clergyman who sent out invitations to ajubilco ban quet among tho poor of his parish and received 70 acceptances on an nouncing that ho would havo no beer lost 63 of his guests and was bWda guyed by the uowspapwra Â¬ Â¬ To sell a good farm uijij acres dwelling fine barn wtll watered four ibster adjoining Mrs Ed Hen netta tatm Terms reasonable Address b T Jordtn Irvington WANT HI Question 4 miles south ot Twogtrliatonce one for i ling ANTKD oue umi rnrm ami one iurup uairs wum of irod char icter ncedapplv MUC1IEM 1I01FL Llovtrporr Ky All heirs int rcsUd In the Joseph estate at Washsngton 1 C are hereby notified nd reqiu sted lor their be efit to meet at ljrdlsburg baturdavOct 30 Also bring your baskets if possible Dr J W C mpton agtnt lor this branch will be present Y T7IOI1 RKNT w California I White Heath Peaches I lirANlED Dull 1 3 Pound Cans 25c for 20c floor Th ee nle bed room A A I on second California I 3 aIIeist Â¬ City Politics X The political pot in the municipal race for the election of Mayor Police Judg4 and Board of Couucilmen will evidently get at a fever beat befote the election There are four candidates for Police Judge namely Jas R Sklllman for re election James Hambleton J R Dellaven and J II L Moorman For Mayor J A Barry the present incum- Â¬ bent has the field to himself biing the There has not been only candidate any particular issue sprung but a few have expresssd themselves as desirous of electing a Board of Couucilmen who are in favor of water works Tho present board have managed tho affairs of tho city well and economically and to the best Interest of the people Thoy claim tbo indebtedness held by the railroad prevents the town from assum Â¬ The town ing any other obligation financially is in better shape than ever before for which the gentlemen should hi commeuded There is no doubt that Cloverport should have water works and as soon as could be obtained The fact of getting out of dobt should alvvays bo considered first It is true by having water works industries would start up and manufactories would seek this point The News calls the farmers attention to its market report which is corrected every week Some exceedingly laughable remarks aro overheard in this land of the living APRICOTS Pound Cans 20c fnr IRn For Sale Ten head mules 3 yenrs od in Ihe tprlng all good colors aid good sUe Will tell chrap Come and see them if iu want a batgiln CAI 1IASHAM Rnsetta Ky t Secret of Beauty is health The secret ofhealth is Notice ayed from my farm nesr Kirlr one two jear old steer mle re I market with a crop off the right luranil swallow for in the lell llENT MILTKII the power to digest and assim- Â¬ If jour eyes ever become tired smait ilate a proper quanity of food and burn or f el heavy 25 cnnls will This can never be done when givejou more comfort than jou ran the liver does not act its part imagine if Invested in a fuho of Slither Gregory GIBSON M Do you know this Tutts Liver Pills are an abso- Â¬ lute cure forsick headache dys- Â¬ pepsia sour stomach malaria constipation torpid liver piles jaundice bilious fever biliousness and kindred diseases Â¬ Public Speaking Tho lion Clina lilanfonl will addre a lands Eagle Ejo Salvo Peihnps j ou the Ieope nt tlio following timts nnd nover did nor never will havo soro ejes places Kirk Station Wednuday Oct 27 this is no sigu your eyes do not need Glendeanp Thursday Oct 28 strerglhenlng nnd jour sight cleared Kock Vale Friday Notice lahertby Not and Liven Ot n MWOOLLKY ftaflHMmHBlOfflco 10 N TriorMD St AUauta Uu All persons hating claim againit ih est ite of Kobeit lane dereastd will pleni tring them forward for s ttl ment property priten on 01 be Â¬ fore January I i8jS M O IAYNK M 1 mM I U IWWB W 111 curcd at home wtiv- - tlculirxent FUCK 29 Tutts Liver PiK ihit an eectlrn will to tell in 3 volliR jreilncls in the Cloverport MaRiiterii HUitlct on Turiday Nov i 897 fcr he purpon tftakintr ihe scse of tre legal oters of cald precinct on Ihe question for or against the tunning at largo of cattle In slid precincts 1 nnd 3 Tit fas- llBlli in said Cloverport Dutrkts tifsitBta Wm Ah Balltown Saturday Oct 30 Cloverport Saturday Ojt t0 nlgit Republican CouimiltO Excu tors Notice OSlSTOIIXA IAYNK Executor Apply to II CJ 11 C 545 tcucM EJ Ii ea I Pour srek st ers in g od condii in Stader Cloverpo t Ky For Sale fRf5Fwo3B3VTPiil flmJR 5335gKE3SRBg5a WE ARE AGAIN BEFORE YOU TO ANNOUNCE SPECIAL BARGAINS OF SEASONABLE GOODS ira 1 WE DO NOT OFFER IMPOSSIBLE VALUES We Know We Have Sufficient Variety to Please Ever3Tone The News representative caught this from a married gentleman last week My wife which goes after this fashion sbo Is the meanest thing Id Just as soon be dead I Last night she touched the mattress spring and threw me out of bed Mayor Barry is tho recipient of a fine silk umbrella with silver mountings Mayor which bears this inscription Thew gen Â¬ Barry from Kviey Bro tlemen reside in Vino Grove and send it as a token to the Mayor for tho many Mayor favors be has rendered them Barry is Justly proud of it Sunday afternoons are more pleasant for strolls than any other season of the year Almost every Sun day parties in threes and fours and greater numbers can bo seen leaving their homes for a short walk to the woods to gather ferns wild flowers per- Â¬ simmons and chestnuts They return borne not worn out but with new vigor and chat for an hour or probably longer forgetting the time of night describing the beautiful scenery and wonderful for Â¬ mation of trees WE ALSO KNOW OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST And every article the best of its kincl We ask everybody to see them and be satisfied that we are DIVIDING PROFITS WITH OUR CUSTOMERS REMEMBER OUR MOTTO QUICK SALES SMALL PROFITS NEVER FOLLOW BUT ALWAYS LEAD CLOAKS Cloiks nnd Cupes in nll wool Kersoys all woil Mo1 tona Beavcra Neat Chcckp Velvets and Lato styles lato shapes attrac Â¬ Plush tive finish in hraid officts fur pipoiiiya Remember 15 dozen and silk linings to select from and vr bkix the host qualities at fiamo prices that somo st rea ask for poor qualities 15 doz Now DRESS GOODS Novvesb rhades in doeirahlo qualities Imporial Serges in Fall Noveltiei Covert Cloth Mohairs Bro Cheviot9 endos SilkEinlnoiderod Crrpons Shop ardp Checks Silk Mixed Plaids Ladies Cloth and Cashmeres with tiumsunos Wo CAIIRFUMY 8KLECTKD TO MATCH have marked these goods at low enough prices to mako our ealcs this Foason A IlECORD MlEAKl IN OUK DKESS aOODS DKPAHTMENT MILLINERY Our Milliner is ospjcially eolectcd to untcli cloaks and dross god hut our stock is lorgo enough to euit tho most fastidious tasto Oar trimmor having spent several dayB iniho timming de Â¬ partment of a la go millinery firm ac Â¬ quiring Btylo finisrf and de rign We make tiik juioad abskiition up-to-di- te In Autumn Jackets Â¬ i THAT NO FIJIM CAN UNDEnBEU US ON ljr CASTORIA ftr IsfaaU and Childrea 1 Dont forget we want your Dried Fruit your Produ6jpPmll kinds and always pay the highest market prices for it jfts iabenae SZCWsz kN ZLDDISOlSr 8z XDXDISOISr 2C3a3iTGDTTOHCTr- - DICK J afaasaaL 3I Tai - mpr sBIPS CONDENSED A Collection of wawwMMHiAABraawBy NEWa wfcVr L qlovrri - K l Kt Â¬ END THE CUBAN WAR Sck is the Wish of thclPrcscnt Administration OFFICES TENDERED OCTOBER WEATHER BEST By th United States to fledtato Be twee Spain and Cuba -- Spain May Qiant Cuban Independence Nkw York Oot 16 Tho Herald publishes the following based on high authority which it claims is substan tially tho instructions issued by PresI dent MoKlnleyto Minister Woodford to tho Spanish qncon None but the most kindly relations exist betwoen tho present administra Â¬ tion and Spain and so far as lies in tho power of tho administration they will continue The belllgeienoy resolution which passed tho senate at tho last sea lion of congress merely bore evidence of the tremendous popular feeling throughout this country in favor of Cuba Â¬ Intereitlnc Items oa Tarl ons Subjects Kspeclallrrrr pared Tor the Hasty Header The Union Window Olam company of Anderson Ind has signed the new scalo of prices and will begin operations on Oot St The water famine Is becoming alarming at West Union O Much sickness Is resulting and stock Is suffering Water tells at tO cents a bnrrel Kills Michael a leading manufacturer and capitalist of Laporte Ind died of heart disease and kidney trouble aged 73 He was president of the Lnporto Qns and Coke company and Crown Cycle company Will Pearson the alleged embezzler who Is confined In the county Jail at Mid dletown O has told that ho has 1000 of his plunder deposited in an eastern bank but ho refuses to tell in what city he has the money deposited Tho toJy of Albert Hammers an offi cial of the Modern Woodmen who disap Â¬ peared from Klgln Ills threo weeks ago and for whom all Woodmen camps had been searching for was found Saturday in an abandoned mill a few miles north of Elgin He had taken his life At Martins Ferry O tho police havo arrested Pat Wesley and Charles McG In dcr Sanford Daker Tom Wilson and Will Gardner alleged members of a large gang of thieves who have been operating In that county and In Wetzel counties W Va Â¬ Rheumatism Jfuet Now to bo Fearod PmjIb Citck Cold said Iho boy I was oWy try in to cut Pearsons my namo on his back Wockly Canned Yoode oxcollent and Suffer With the - Prevalent Malady Mr S E Chases Experience Tho Very Simple Rem Â¬ edy He Ueod Rheumatism Is growing more nndmoro prevalent here And neuralgia adds Its tortures to the disease that Is making life a burden to many in Oloverport Tho cold wet weather tho carelessness about getting the feet wet or perhaps nomo indiscretion in tho diet result in the agonizng rheumatism Ono part of tho system is attacked oftor another and Sometimes the vital organs yield to it to that the increased mortality rate of Octo- Â¬ ber is chit fly due to this disease and its complications The methods of treatment are as differ ent and widely varyltg as there are physicians but nothing has yet been discovered that begins to equal the sim- Â¬ ple remedy used by S E Chase a well known G A K man of Waltham Maer lie is an old soldier nearly seventy yeors of age and was all run down with chronic rheumatism liver complaint and heart disease In fact ho got a pension for these troubles He was so low that he thought he could not lire long But ho used a vegetable extract called Paines Celery Compound which as ho puts it did wonders for me and made me feel like a new man Mr Chase is doing all he can to spread the good news of this compounds won derful efficacy in rheumatism neuralgia and nervous disease He already baa ten of his friends using it and saya he can cure any one When such a simple preparation as this is known wliich ap pears to be so reliable it is foolish for any one to suffer Inn Â¬ Tho process of preserving aliments in tin hod its origin at Nancy Franca In 1841 Josoph Colin of that town established an agenoy in London for tho snlo of tinned delicacies Their cost com- Â¬ pared to that of today reveals what Los boon accomplished in cheapening thoso products during tho past 60 yearn In 1841 n quart of turtlo soup In tin put np by Colin cost 375 a small box of sardines 128 on cntiro truffled sal15 a bocf tongue 3 a Ton mon louso duck truffled fO Vegetables woro proportionately dear Colin evidently carried his system much farther than is nttomptd at tho present day Ho sold in tin an cntiro sucking pig for which ho charged 1260 an ontiro tnrkoyfor 760 six pounds of roast lamb for 426 and an ontiro pheasant for 1 2 60 Ho also preserved butter in tin for which ho askod 75 cents n pound Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ and Tho honse to be sure voted down the resolution passed by tho senate Bnt this was with a view to postponing the issue and not doing anything for the moment that could be construod as hostile to Spain Tho honso like tho senate is strongly in sympathy with Cuba This feeling of sympathy throughout the United States will un- Â¬ doubtedly take shape as soon as congress convenes and it will bo necessary for the president to communicato to congress such recommendations as ho deems best in regard to Unban affairs Under these- circumstances the gov Â¬ ernment of the United States tenders its best offices to mediate between Spain and Cuba and it offers to mediate bo as to bring war to an end on such terms as will be honorablo to both parties This government expresses the hopo that Spain vill reply by tho end of October so as to give tho president a chance to report to congress by tho time it convenes Senor Sagasta has promised President McKinlev an answer by Oct 25 and the president will then frame his mes Â¬ sage to congress accordingly It is not unlikely that the president will convoy another message to Spain in the meantime or that he will take steps recog- Â¬ nizing tho belligerency of Cuba The president is understood to bo nnr- tial to the granting of freedom to Cuba apon tho paymont of an indomity of say 150000000 as partial recompense to Spain for tho surrender of sovereign- Â¬ ty and the millions sho has lost in the rebellion Tho presidont is of tho opinion that this can bo paid in Cuban bonds to be secured by customs rev Â¬ enues the collections of which shall bo supervised and bo applied by represent atives of the United States He is hoping that the inltiativo will come from Spain who when she sees that she can not burden herself with any more bond issues for carrying on the war in Cuba may invito tho United States to participate in n settlement The Herald says it has como into possession of important facts which tend to show that Spain will eventually grant independence to Cuba on the pay ment of an indemnity of 160000000 The information comes from banking snd diplomatic circles Spam would gladly hold on to Cuba if she could but her desperate financial condition has led her to seo the inevitable and after a certain season of delay in deferenco to publio opinion will yield to Cuba all that sho asks Publio sentiment in the United States has muoh to do with this decision it is itated Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ homes of the party Several hundred dol Â¬ lars worth of valuable property which has been recognized by merchants was secured Crimea and Casualties Floyd Burdsell aged 14 son of Ernest Hardsell of Columbus O fell out of a hickory tree and was killed Dr Howard Crockett 23 residing at Wllmore Ky wos shot at a dance near thatplaco The shooting Is shrouded In mystery Fifteen Hungarians beat Michael Mar kiewicz to death and badly injured his oompanlon In a drunken row at South Bend Ind By the explosion of a boiler In a wash houso at Adrian Mich William Pratt Thomas Qrlnnell Bert Kimball Lon Patch Jacob Schneider and Albert Holtz were badly Injured A number of others were slightly hurt William Thompson of Mlddlctown Boono county Ind went to tho houso of George Wilson In Crnwfordsvlllo Ind to persuade his wife to llvo with him Sho refused nnd he shot her through tho right breast The woman will dlo Thompson Is In jail In a fight last night between town and country boys at Monon Ind Charles Robinson was fatally shot by Charles Griffith Griffith with his brother Ed were ottacko 1 by a crowd of boys who had been making wur on the country faction Young Griffith has not been arretted Two miners were crushed to death In tho Colorado Fuel and Iron companys mlno at Crested Butto Colo by the falling of the roof One was an Italian by the name of John Pltonl who had been In this country but a few months The other was Frank Kardin a nntlvo of Tyrols Near Kenton O Mrs Addis Heed turned Mrs William Ashbas cow out of the Reed lot and Mrs Ashba quietly arove tne animal uacK whereupon Sirs Reed picked up a club Bnd knocked hor senseless Reed followed up by kicking Mrs Ashba In the stomach Tho woman will die Tho Reeds havo been arrested Â¬ Cren county Pa at the various The Morning Bath There is ono point I should llko to emphasizo and that is tho good a tepid spongo bath overy morning taken on gotting out of bod may do a man out of sorts If a porson can toko a cold spongo bath so much tho bettor but a tepid spongo bath acts on tho nervous system in a very decided manner and of many persons who And ing which is n capital tonic for thoso who havo a good reaction after it I do not think wo vnluo cold and tepid sponging as highly as wo ought Dr A Wilson Java Coal Mine Coal mines havo been discovered in Java but tho veins aro generally thin often faulty and lack of transportation facilities adds anothor obstaclo to do velopmeut An Appreciative Hearer moans of preserving their health and tono Of conrso tho tepid bath can bo taken all through tho winter oven by thoso who aro not accustomed to baths at all but personally I prefer tho cold spongo bath ovory morn mirablo Â¬ I know it a vory ad Â¬ ment at Madrid informing him that he will bo permitted to embark for Spain it any time and upon any steamer ho may prefer Tho dispatches also contained instruc tions to the secretary general of tho jovernment Senor Gamundi who recently tendered his resignation and to tho provincial governors whose resignations havo been placed in tho hands Df the government to remain at their posts until further orders Â¬ Â¬ MAY RETURN Tells II Im to Iava Havana Whenever lis Pleases Havaka Oct 18 General Weyler has received telegrams from tho govern WEYLER Railroad Accident Sidney Webb aged 60 years whllo driv Â¬ ing across tho Lake Erie and Western railroad south of Koblesvllle Ind was struck by a passenger train and Instantly killed Martin Smith a veteran 67 years old who lives at 85 Royal street Dayton O was struck by Cincinnati Hamilton and Dayton express 89 near Woodlawn a suburb of Cincinnati and killed The Cleveland express on tho Cleveland and Pittsburg railroad ran Into a shlf tli g engine In tho West Park Allegheny and both engines were demolished Ross Grif- Â¬ fin fireman was fatally htut nnd a number of passengers were cut and bruised but not seriously Injured Â¬ Sagasta Â¬ Tires The grain elevator and warehouso at McCoys O was destroyed by fire Low 3000 Insurance 900 on building and 1500 on contents Tho farm residence of William Hender- Â¬ son an officer of the Nlrst National bank of Cadiz O was destroyed by fire Loss 1000 3000 Insurance Tho village of Flat Creek a thriving community in Bedford county Tenn was demolished by flreJrlday morning Thirteen stores and residences were consumed and only a few scattered cottages remain Insurance does not amount to the loss Â¬ Dauntless Off on an Unknown Mission The famous filibustering steamer Dauntless steamed away from Tybeo in a southerly direction Saturday and has not returned It Is suppose that sho is on another filibustering expedition and will moot a vessel at sea which will transfer to her a cargo of munitions of war for tho On Dan insurgents Mix Cisneros to Ilecotna a Cltlsen New Yokk Oct 10 Evnngelina Cosio y Cisneros has adopted this country as her home Sho signed her declaration of intention to become a citizen Of tho United States yesterday afternoon Under tho terms of her oath she has renounced all allegiance to Spain HEROINEOF THE HOUR Mlti Evangeliaa Cisneros Tendered a Re 18 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Savannah GaOct THE MARKETS Jlevlew of the Grain and Livestock Star kets For October 18 Cincinnati Tobacoo Market Hilda Offerings 8203 Receipts 10iC The price on tho offerings ranged as fol 17 2023 85 347 75 447 lows 1510 Â¬ Rejections Actual sales 1214 76 1 ail IW1 1 0043 05 05 931 flS5 95 1CU The 3893 hhds offered averaged 981 per 100 lbs against 1980 for 3 171 hhds for the previous week and 500 for 8143 hhds the corresponding week In 1800 421 07 810 10311 76 437 839 05 i il them well dressed women crowded the upper h U of Madison square park ind filled Broadway and Fifth avenue ind waited patiently for the congratu latory speeches to bo finished and the Cuban heroine to appear J Lincoln de Zayas was speaking when a carriage containing Miss Cosio and Karl Decker hor rescuor appeared it the stand Attired in white satin ind enveloped in a huge fur caped loak the Cuban girl mounted tho nar Â¬ row steps to the platform bowing and imllllng to the people Miss Cisneros appearance was the signal for a tre Â¬ mendous demonstration by the great rowd Senator Thurston said it was the duty it our governmeik to grant belligerenoy to the Cuba is If I had my way said he not would tho belligerenoy of Cuba be recognized bnt I woald send a battlo ifcip to anchor in Havana harbor in order to inspire with hope and courage those who are struggling for freedom Amoag those preeeat at the reoeption la Dehatoalcos were former Ambassa dor KoWa aad wife Colonel Ethan Allen and Oitarles Dana Gibson Noarly s very prowlMttf aaember of the Cuban cokwy was pretest Ycm eatit cara eoMuaaptloa bat you 6M avokl it and rni a every other form e4 tliroat ait n V tmnhiA by the bm of Mlutio Jwub Cum Short A 0 of Â¬ ception In New York City New York Oct 18 Tho popular re ception to Miss Evangelina Cosio y Cisneros in Madison Square Saturday night was an extraordinary demonstration Fully 60000 persons probably one third Â¬ 10 4 06 3 50 3 60 Sheep rough Choice 4 1031 20 fair 3 6033 75 com J 7533 35 choice lambs tuon 003 6 25 veal oalves 8 0005 60 Cincinnati Wheat 88301c Corn 2fQ81Ko Cat-Â¬ tle Selected butchers 4 0024 40 fair to 3 0033 85 common medium J 333 J 35 Hogs Selected and prime butohers 4 0034 05 packing 3 8524 00 common Sheep i 00 and rough 3 003 J 80 a vj minus f j owgo ao Iluffalo 4 0035 10 Cattle Choice la prime 1 b0 35 common 3 75 fair to aood Hogs Yorkers 4 1524 30 mixed 4 50 ackers 4 10 1 SO common 3 50 3 70 S heep Prime 10 I 85 oulls to com Â¬ mon 2 6033 35 lambs 3 7535 35 Chicago 1 Hogs Selected butchers 454 CO mixed 3 70 I 05 Cuttle Native steers 1 60 5 10 cow 3 105 85 most sales and bulls it 753 60 Sheep 3 00 I 85 3 76 J 10 lambs New York Cattle 4 0C5 00 Sheep 3 00 I 00 4 1 1 1 Vlttiburc Cattle Prime 4 00OS 00 fair ff 70 4 80 bulls stags and cows 3 00633 00 4 8054 35 Hogs Prime light heavy Mrs hor employ a greenhorn Her only qual- Â¬ ification for tho position of waitress which sho possessed on hor arrival in this country wns a prottyfaco Sho was volublo of speech and slow of com- Â¬ prehension and many a housokoepcr would havo given her marching orders at tho end of tho first week but Mrs G thought thcro wero tho makings of a good servant in her and so kept her After tho girl had been with her a month and had learned how to servo soup without spilling it down tho backs of tho diners Mr G gavo n dinner to which woro invited two vory digni A Man of Action fied people in whoso homo everything In a provincial town threo mon wero ran in lovo with the Bamo girl tho elderly eter with tho smoothness of a chronom and sho was naturally anxious to Widower foolishly tho impocunious npproximato that smoothness in tho younger son passiouatoly tho curato scrvico of hor dinner mildly For two courses everything went as Tho elderly widower who bad four heart could wish Bridget refrained children talked to her about tho advan Â¬ from speech spilled not a thing was tages of a comfortable incomo and ma- Â¬ nttcntivo to tho wants of tho guests ternal duties Tho impecunious younger and looked as protty as a frosh young son raved about romantio marriages Irish girl can which is saying a great and tho picturesquo sido of poverty deal Tho curato ato buttered toast and lisped Bnt when sho removed tho fish and on indifferent subjecta attempted to take stairs to tho Tho girl listened to tho elderly wid Â¬ kitchen sho trippeditondowntop step and tho ower with a domuro smilo and a coy with n scream and a series of bumps blush Sho sat with clasped hands and and crashes sho and tho fish accomplish Â¬ n burning faco eagerly drinking in tho ed tho descent impocunious younger sons flights of Mri G nnd hor fumily vainly imagination Whilo tho curnto cooed tried to keep from laughter There was sho knitted rod petticoats for paupers such a cheerful bnmpy sound in her Tho elderly widower proposed His down going Tho two dignified guests tono wns modernto his langnago digni wero adamant Thoy evidently heard fied Ho bado her pauso nnd reflect nothing But oven their risiblcs wero Tho two most desirablo things in tho not proof ngainst what followed Mrs world was in his power to offer her a G sat irresolute for a moment hop Â¬ Christian homo nnd a ready mado fam ing that tho girl would not require as Â¬ ily sistance And sho did not In tho rich Â¬ Sho thanked him with toars in her est of accents a voico camo up tho base Â¬ eyes and took n week to think it over ment stairs impocunious younger son also Tho Did ye mo Fell arl proposed Ho pleaded passionately elo-Â¬ down shtairshear landed on mo tho way and fut loiko quently Lot her fly with him ho a burrd Harpers Bazar urged to tho nttermost ends of tho earth not a prosaio inoxpensivo rail- Â¬ Some Tested Folnta In Diet way journoy somowhero within reach Formerly a fover pationt wns forbid Â¬ but n regular oxtrnvagant expedition to tho antipodes utterly beyond thoir den to tako milk whilo in modern prao mcana Ho clasped her in his arms and tico it is about tho only food allowed and n woll nigh oxcIubIvo diet of that sho sobbod upon his breast liquid is said to be very efficacious in Tho curato married her dlabotes At tho German spas Carlsbad It was a quiet wedding Pick Mo Wiesbaden etc a vory llttlo broad is Up- allowed tho diot boing mostly mado np of milk eggs grapes and lean beef A A City Set on a Hill Tho town of Ithaca overlooks a groat nonstarch diet is thorulo bread starchy extent of country as well as tho waters vegetables and cereals being almost ex- of Cayugn lako which is about 40 miles nlwlAfl TilnA la Aaallv rilfwatarl Rnri an long In approaching tho town ono of tho railroads makes many turns and this fact has given riso to an amusing story THE NEW WAY A stranger coming to Ithaca by rail caught sight of tho city sot on a hill in WOMEN used tho distanco and asked a fellow passen Â¬ to think fe Â¬ ger What city is that male diseases Ithacn tho pthor responded In a could only bo treated after lo few momonts tho city disappeared from c a 1 examina Â¬ view and after awhilo nppoarcd again tions by physi Â¬ but as it 6oemod to tho stranger in a cians Dread of different dlroction tho railroad having such treatment mado a curva kept thousands of What city is that ho asked again modest women That is Ithaca client about their Onco moro tho placo disappeared and suffering The In- Â¬ troduction of in dno timo camo into vlow ugain ap Vlne of Cardul hsus now demon- Â¬ parently somowhero else strated that nine tenths of all the What city is that ho askod again cases of menstrual disorders do That is Ithaca not require a physicians attention Tho stranger gavo n whlstlo and look- Â¬ at all The simple pure ed imploringly around the horizon Whcro for goodness sako said he aint Ithaca Youths Compan- Â¬ Voll of this village in a boxing match Saturday night knocked out Frank Ka zewski of Dopew with a blow over tho heart Kazewski was rendered unconscious and did not recover and yesterday died Voll has been arrested Ka zowski was formerly of Detroit Indiana Mnralioi Still Ilurnlnc Valparaiso Ind Oct 18 Tho marshes in tho south and west- points of the county within five miles of the city ore on fire Tho flames can bo plainly seen from the city and cover a distanco A high of over five inllos in length wind is blowing and much damage will probably Â¬ Â¬ Lancaster N Died From a Heart Dlow Y Oct 18 Edward said tho returned tour Â¬ ist boastfully I nppoarcd at court How much was tho fine quoried his cynical friend Philadelphia North American An Amiable Greenhorn G of Statcn Island had In In Loudon already in a condition to bo absorbed eral words in the want column of the and assimilated as soon as caton Tho Nkws food elements in brood and corcals havo If you have anything to sell uso the to undergo n process of digestion in tho stomach and then bo passed on to tho want column in the Nbws intestlnos for 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by treating the kidneys it acts as a tonic for the entire constitution If you need THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE a medicine you should have the best Lung Troubles and Consumption Can be Sold by druggists price fifty cents and one dollar or by mentioning the Bueck Cured enridob News and sending your address Co Dingnamton N Y An Eminent New York Chemist and Scien- Â¬ to Dr Kilmer you may have a sample bottle of this tist Makes a Free Offer to Our great discovery sent to you free by Readers mall The distinguished New York chemist T A Slocum demonstrating his discovery of a reliable and absolute cure for Consumption pulmonary Tuberculosis and all bronchial throat lung and chest diseases stubborn coughs catarrhal affections general decline and weakness loes of flesh and all conditions of wast Â¬ ing away will send THREE FREE BOT- Â¬ TLES all different of his Now Discov- Â¬ eries to any afflicted reader of tho Bkkck knridqe Nbws writing for them has His New Scientific Treatment cured thousands permanently by its timely use and ho considers it a simple professional duty to suffering humanity to donate a trial of his infallible cure Science daily develops new wonders and this great chemist patiently experi- Â¬ menting for years has produced results as beneficial to humanity as can be claimed by any modern genius His as Â¬ sertion that lung troubles and consump- Â¬ tion are curable in any climate is proven filed by heartfelt letters of gratitude in his American and European laborator- Â¬ ies in thousands from thoso cured in all parts of the world Medical experts concede that bron- Â¬ chial chest aud lung troubles lead to Consumption which uninterrupted means speedy and certain death write to T A Slocum M C Simply 08 Pine street New York giving post office and express address and the free medicine will be promptly sent Suffer Â¬ ers should take instant advantage of bis generous proposition Please tell the Doctor that you saw his offer in the Breckknbidok Nkws Â¬ said tho politician I said I was tho workiugmans friend But you dont do any work sug gested tho man with calloused hands No not at present And yon never did any work Thats truo You sec what tho workingman most needs is work and I am too much tho workingmans friend to run any risk of taking work tway Washington Star from him Yes Â¬ soon enough If you are not quite well or half sick have you ever thought that your kidneys may bo the cause of your sickness It is easy to tell by setting aside your urine for twenty four hours a sediment Why Rent When You Can Own You rent year attor year and have no farm when you got through The land Â¬ lord lias your money and the farm at tbo Wo offer you Ohio end of tho year River Bottom land in Ballard county one of tho best counties in Kentucky on tho followingreasonable terms 50 acres Cash at SIX YEAR llAN 1400 per acre GOe 700 00 per acre 100 per acre Third Yar 2 00 per acre Fourth Year 12 50 per acre Filth Year 3 00 per acre Sixth year 4 00 per acre Second Year First Year bottom farm as in the hills and your land dont wash away or wear out There has been no drouth in Ballard county this year and the crops are splen- Â¬ did They are good every year We have good farms for sale on long time at bargains in Dayiesn Ohio and McLean counties chpaper than anyone else will sell you We will exchange any farm we have for others For plat and further particulars apply to L Freeman Littibt over Bank Com- Â¬ merce or Huoit A Williams 214 Third Street Owensboro Ky Total cost ot 50 acres 700 00 Thin land produced the past season of 1890 80 bushel of corn per acre and 5 acres of Early Rose Potatoes produced 2000 bushels or 400 bushels to the acre 10 acres of Yellow Prior Tobacco made an ayerago of 1200 lbs to the acre which brought in the market 5 for leaf and lugs acre of late cabbago brought 50 sold at Cairo You can raifo twiro as much on a good i Looking Backward YOU SHOULD Â¬ Â¬ You must fool very happy in this lovely cottago you call you own How can I when I think of my fam- Â¬ ily that owned an estato of thousands of acres with a castlo and awholo regi ment of servants Why when did they lose it During tho eloventh century Brooklyn Life There is no need of little children be Â¬ ing tortured by ecald heads eozemnand eruption DeWitts Witch Hazel Salye gives instant relief and cures permanent- Â¬ ly Short and Hayncs mam EMPLOY None but the County Surveyor to do vcmr work lie It the authoilzid Surveyor ol the Countvi Is an experienced workman and knowt his business He is also Notary Public writes Deeds and takes Acknowledgemcdts Charges always lteasdnable Adtlreaa CHINTZ ROYALTY COUNTY EJEaaaaaaaaah SURVEYOR HARDINSBUROKr ia1SSJaaaaKi Yellow Jack Killed Cascarets Candy Cathartic kills Yel- Â¬ low jack wherever they find him No one who takes Cascarets rrpuarly and systematically is in danger from the dreadful disease Cascarets kill Yellow fever germs in the bowels and prevent new ones from breeding 10c 25c 50c all druggists Tiie Best Dental Work in ttiaCit BEST SET OF TEETH 700 bettor made Honest charges for all other work Wo guarnnteo satisfaction Teeth made In one day Teeth extracted without pain No M J Thirswend of Grosbeck Tex says that when he has a spell of indiges- Â¬ LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS tion and foe s bad and sluggish he takes B44 FOURTH AVENUE two of DeWitts Little Early Risers at Oier Avenue Theatre night and he is all right the next morn- Â¬ LOUISVILLE KXr ing Many thousands of others do the temember the NUMBER and NAME of same thing Do you Short Uaynes oflice Yellow Fever Germs breed in the bowels Kill them and you are safe from the awful disease CascareU destroy the germs through- Â¬ out the system and make it impossible Cascarets are for new ones to form the only reliable safe guard for young and old against Yellow Jack 10c 25c 60c all druggists Â¬ ion lambs 4 t05 00 tly 3r6il i I Â¬ Â¬ aaaVlaaaaaaWT wmskmOMmk m EFZawJBBtP iAC ad arjv AnSVWKM SiSrifl VI JIII I Xlmm CoU eWLyVMfrtWJal v 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