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Digital page images are linked to the text file. -si-i- jjajpji RECKENRIDGr ALL THR NEWS THATS KIT TO PRINT CLOVEKPOBT VOL XXII KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 27 1897 Â¬ NO 15 Koyel Dialect the food pare TWBNTYEIQHT DEAD Jp PASSENGER TRAIN HURLED INTO THE HUDSON RIVER t The Engine and Tender One American Express Car One Composite Baggage and Smok- ing Car One Day Coach And Three Sleepers All Went to the Bottom List of the Dead as Far as Could He Ascertained Up to this Time MANY BRAVE ACTS OF HEROISM Garrisons N Y Oot 25 From the sleep that means refreshment and rest to the eternal Bleep that knows no N waking plunged In the twinkling of an oyo yesterday morning 28 souls men vronien and children Into the slimy bed of the Hudson river a train laden with slumboring humanity plonghed dragging through tho wntersthe passengers There was nothing to presage tho terrible accident which so suddenly deprived these unfortunates of life Following is a list of tho dead as far as ascertained up to this time Thomas Reilly St Louis Wong Gim a Chinaman Fivo unidentified Chinamen E A Green Chicago W H G Myers Tremont N Y Two women unidentified Guiiweppe Paduaano New York W S Becker Newark N Y Unknown man died whilo being res cued A G MoKay private secretary to General Superintendent Van Ettan Â¬ A boat was nearby and tho oarsmen se cured tho body It was tho furstjife less form of any of tho passenger to bo rescued A passenger coach without scats was close at hand and tho body was carried thither and dcposltod on tho floor The man was about 65 years His head was partly bald and a bushy beard tinged with gray covorcd his faco Ho was dressed in cheap clothes and his shoes wero cheap onos A G A R badge was fastened to tho breast of his vsst Tho busy rescuers did not havo tlmo then to make any inquiry as to who ho was but simply toro off a slip of paper wrote Body No 1 and pinned it on his coat and loft him to look for others By tho timo hoy had returnod tho der- Â¬ rick had drawn tho car to tho bank and tho work of getting the passengers who had come to such an untimely end was under way Tho searchers wero only nblo to find eight Chinamen and they wero all carried to tho morgao car They were laid in a row numbered and wero ready for identification Tho derrick next pulled the day coach to tho shoro and tho searching parties wero ablo to reach it Although it is known that thero wero many more persons in tho coach bat six bodies wero recovered and two of these wero women They wero all placed sido by side The last body was recovered at ESCAPED STARVING EIGHT MEN BACK FROM THE ALASKA GOLD FIELDS TIic Yukon River Frozen Over mh ou to ho issued now nnd duo notice thiTiiif pivMi It wonll bo impracticable to u eriiihh emigres beforo tho second week iu NotPttibi r or only throo weeks In ndvnucu of the regular session Mny STOP FILI BLISTERING THE UNITED STATES wholetome and dttlcloti Tho boxing contests at the Greenwood Athletic club Iu Urooklyn Saturday nght ended iu SPAIN MAKES A DEA1AND OF what may be n fatality Oct 25 Â¬ Nrw Youk il In llentl MORE HOPEFUL Only Throe Dentin nnd Cnne of Yellow Iorer Nnw On eans Oct OUTLOOK Nevr In New Orlenm 2 Tho usual mi POWDER Absolutely Pure BOTAl Thirty One Calls on the American Gov- - and No Way of Reaching the Gold Fields Until Next Spring Dawson People on the Verge of Starvation City variations was shown in tho yellow fover situation yesterdny Saturday thero wore 19 cases and seven deaths For tho past 24 hours tho now cases only reached 111 and tho deaths wero 3 as fellows DEATHS ernmentto More Strictly Fulfill the Rules And Duties of International Law In the Future -- Preparations For Victoria Bender Mies Euphraslo La Farguox NEW CASKS Juaudot UKINU PODtR CO KCW YOUK War Seattle Wash Oct 25 Tho steam rr Humboldt arrived last night with Coroner Woods ot Cold Spring was copt the crew of a tug boat passing with a tow They saw tho train with its light as it came flashing about the curves and thon saw tho groater pait of it go into tho fiver Sonio of the cars with closed windows floated and the tug whistling for help cast o its hawser and started to the rescue A porter jumped from ono of tho cars that re muiued ou the track and ran into tho ynrd of A gustus Carrs house near which tho accident occurred and stood Tho screaming for holp and saying train is in the river our passengers aro In a fow minutes Carr had drowned dressed himself and getting a boat rowed with porter to tho scene As they turned a point in tho bank they camo upon the express car and the combination car floating about 20 feet from One shorn bat sinking ovory minute man was taken from tho top of tho car and efforts were mado torescuo those in Â¬ side A few were gotten out tho pas sengers left upon tho track making a human bridge to the shore to tako the wounded out The day coach and smokor had gone down in tho deeper water and rescue was impossible In tho latter touch the conditions must havo been horrible The car turned completely over and the passenger end of it was in the deeper water whilo the baggage end stood up toward the surface Tho men in that lower end must have fought like fiends for a brief period for tho bodies when takeu oat were a mass of wounds The wrecked train was known as the State expross It left Buffalo at 7 oolook Saturday night and was due in New York at 7 oclock yestorday morning The train was hauled by Engine 872 and consisted of one American Express car one composite baggage and smok-Â¬ ing car one day coach and six sleepers Ponghkeepsie was tho last stopping place of the train before the disaster at 5 10 a m At this time there word in the smoker in addition to the baggage man Herman Acker of Peekskill who was in his compartment eight Chinese en routo from the Canadian border to New York and a middle aged man supposed to be Thomas Reilly of 2830 Wisconsin avenue St Louis All of these excepting tho baggage master perished The day coach contained 18 or 20 pas Â¬ sengers many of whom were women and ohildren How mauy of those escaped is not known but at least 12 wero drowned or killed in this car Behind the coach was the six Jloopers with about 05 passengers Tho total cargo of human freight oonsisted of something over a hundred people At Fishkill the train lessoned its speod as it is its custom to run from that point to Tarrytown at tho rate of about 25 miles an hour Most of the passengers were asleep those in the sleepers being in their berths while tho occupants of tho coach and smoker wero for tho most part doubled up in thoir seats Just how tho train met its awful fate will never be folly known for the men who first felt tho danger Engineor John Foylo and Firoman John Tompkins lio dead in the cab of their loco- rootivo at tho bottom of the Hudson Mver Conduotor Parish who was iu charge pf tho train and who was mak Â¬ ing up Ills roport in ono of tho cars when tho crash came was roudored unconscious by a blow on the head Whou he recovorod ho was throe teat ahead of tho one in which he had been sitting Ono of tho trainmen who survived tho disaster made it his first duty to run to tho nearest signal tower to tele graph for help The place where the wreck occurred is rather isolated It is just at the entrance to what is kuowu as Kings Out threo wiles south of Garrisons and five miles north of Peeks kill Two other express trains were following oloso behind the 111 fated state express and the engjneof ono of thorn was sont to Garrisons for General Man ager J M Touceywho lives there whilo the other engine hurried to Mr Toucoy Peekskill for raedicaUnid was tho first official of tho railroad at the scone reaching thero at 7 S0 Tho oJMchtls saw at onco that tho wrecking cars would be of little avail in raft tag tho cars from their position in the river where they wero Almost completely sub Â¬ merged so tho Chapman Wrecking company Nev York was notified to v derrick and floats to raise send the cars It was 8 oolook before the derrick and hoisting engine- - could raise the of the comklHlaH cars cohI1 mokeraad baggage compartiuet to ch a petition that tho top ot k was out of the water Slowly the big load began to rise and iu a few mlutttet It had beeu turned over so that the win dows were olear ef the water The body of a man came out of a window as the oar waibefug brought to the ihore Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ p on tho sccno and ho and several assistants were soon at work at the task of identifying tho bodies At 0 p m tho coroner gave orders for Â¬ the removal of tho bodies to undei tak at Cold Spring where they will bo embalmed and held a day for identification Â¬ ing establishments alasTwsneeds Extracts of the Annual Iteport of Uover nor John G UntilWashington Oct 23 The report of John G Brady Governor of Alaska for tho past fiscal year has been submitted to the secretary of the interior It estimates tHCpresent population at 80 000 natives and 10000 whites predicts that with reindeer transportation mails can be sent all over Alaska during tho winter and recommends that 100000 be appropriated for government build- Â¬ ings and JGO000 for schools It says nothing has so rotarded Alas- Â¬ kas substantial growth as the helplessness of settlers to obtain titles to their homes on account of the failuro of con gtess to extend tho general land laws and urges congress to create a commission of five pne senator one represen- Â¬ tative and three bona fido Alaska resi dents to codify laws for Alaska The secretary of the treasury is urged to confine the bunting of sea otters to the natives for If tho white man is tint shut off at once the Aleuts will havo to be cared for by the government Re viewing gold operations Governor Brady says Shipload after shipload of gold seek Â¬ ers and thoir freight has been rnshed to the extreme limit of salt water naviga tion Lynn canal and there they have been literally dumped upon tho beaoh some above high water and many below as they learned to their sorrow when tho water covered them as they slept Tho gold seekers havo had a terrible time but they aro brave and started out to endure hardships As a class they rank far above the averago manhood of the country Skaguay is being built up rapidly Lumber is in demand and lots are selling as high as Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i j 1 1 i i i -- i K John Foylo engineer East Albany Doay not recovoroa Al- Â¬ John Q Tompkins firennn bany body not rooo7erd Tho total number of known dcadis 10 estimated number of dead 28 Est Tho injured are Conductor E O Pariah of New York knocked unconscious severely bruised Chinaman bad scalp wound and body bruised imhospital at Peokskill Chinaman faco badly cut and leg sprained in hospital at Peekskill rrank J Degan 239 West Thirty fourth street Now York city j body bruised and faco cut Chinaman Tong Lee badly braised and suffering from shook in hospital at Peekskill Herman Acker of Peokskill baggago man bruised and head cut Shaw express agent Now York slight bruises John E Ryan 294 Barrow streot Jersoy City badly lacerated arm and legs in hospital at Peekskill Clarence Morgan of Aurora N Y broken shoulder in hospital at Peek skill W S Langford Bayonne N J body bruised Charles Buchanan John Smith John Flood A number of others wero injured but not seriously Tho New York Central train left Buffalo Saturday night and had pro Â¬ gressed for nearly ulno tenths of tho Tho idistanco toward its destination engineer and his fireman had just noted the gray dawn breaking in the east and tho light streak of red betokening tho suns appearance when with the great englno a servant on the rails a devil off plunged iuto the depths of tho river Neither engineor nor flroman will over tell tho story pf that terriblo moment for with his hand upon the throttle tho engineor plunged with hla eagiuo to tho river bottom and tho fire too was at his post Behind tbera came the express car the com bination car ana the sleepers and those piled on top of tho engine It is known that it was a trifle foggy mad that tho track was not visible but if there was any break in the lines of steel it must have beon of very recent happening for only an hour beforo there had passed over it a heavy passen Â¬ ger train laden with human freight Neither is there an explanation ready All is con jecture The section of road was supposed to be the very best on tho entiro division Thf wm a heavy retaining wall all aloRjt thobaak and while tho tide was high Saturday it was unprecedented What seems to havo happened was ft underneath the tracks and tics the wall had givon away and when W great weight of the engine struck hAwwsfported traoks It went crashing ttwooghtfumfrof tho wall and toppled over into the river Tlteu thsre happened what on the tstUroad at any other time would have now jNroved a very MkfJHl Hi MumikaL M the p urtwlninut tin innpHtiir that held the six Skene Woke and tiutr JMlMMJMtlr Mmaiuad on the blU otn 80 fcwkf fefckV I Americans aro anxioas to securo a route to the Yukon which shall be entirely upon United States territory Different parties are now out and aro carefully examining the mountains be Â¬ tween Yakutat and Cook inlet This is the third season of the work in Cook inlet The excitement over tho Klon- Â¬ dike has drawn many away from that district nevertheless tho output of gold this year will bo no mean sum Tho possibilities of tho wholo region horde ting upon this inlet and upon Prince William sound will draw crowds of adventurers in tho near future Â¬ 1600 PREVENTED A LYNCHING The Negro Who Assaulted Miss Swabb of Xenla It e moved to it Safer Jail Xenia 0 Oct 25 William Carter the negro who assaulted Miss Kato Swabb in this city Friday night was arrested near Clifton this county by Officer Knrch of tills city He was taken to Springfield to prevent his bo ing lynched by the angry citizens hero He will be kept in jail thero until it is expedient to bring him to Xenia His victim is in a serious condition being unconscious most of the timo Carter has a penitentiary record For attempted assault upon a youug colored girl he was given a workhouse sentonca owing to extonuating circumstances For a second assault upon a colored woman he was sentenced to threo nud one half years In the penitentiary and was released July 10 1800 The assault Friday night was his third perpetration ot the crime SHOT BYHER LITTLtTBROTHER Distressing Tragedy at the Hands of a Youthful riitol User Buena Vista Ky Oot 22 A terri bio tragedy occurred last evening at thp homo of Mitchell Parker living en Sul therj Sept 3 and threo men from Minok and other points on tho Yukon They say no gold will como out this fall ns this steamer has taken the last of those who have como down tho Yukon Tho river is already ffwcn hard and boats are laid up for thowmter The Humboldt left St Michaels Oct 3 Tho fivo men from Dawson are John F Miller and Frank K Sims of this city O A Harrison of Atchison Kan William Dnbel of Now Jersoy and William Braundof Black Diamond Wash They were passengers on the river steamer Margaret When they found tho mouth of tho river blocked with ice thoy resolved to come overland at all hazards For soveu days thoy cropt forward through terriblo wind and snowstorms Some of them fell in thoir tracks and had to bo helped by thoir stronger companions They crossed the river covered with thin ico by lying down and pushing their pack boforo them and at night they sought sholtcr from the storm by huddling iu an Eskimo tout or lying unprotected from the biting wind save by blankets Of tho 6000 or 0000 pcoplo in Daw sou and vicinity at least 1000 will bo obliged to flee from impending starva tion Up to Sept 3 when tho Miller party left Dawson now arrivals num Â¬ bered from threo to 20 peoplo daily and thero is no doubt that that ratio will be continued all wintor Throe hundred men wero woi king in tho gulches and in the hills wero several prospectors all of whom knew nothing of tho shortago and was depending on tho company stores for provisions Ono way of ro lief is opeu to the miners Five hun dred or 1000 could winter at Circlo City 100 miles below Dawson and draw their supplies by dog train from Fort Yukon Circle City has 600 houses and is said to be the lurgest log cabin towu in the world John E Miller saysv there will not necessarily be starvation but certainly miners will suffer extreme privations Five hundred men intended to corns dowu the river but it is closed and they can not get out Thero is no doubt that tho peoplo of Dawson havo been alive to the situation for sfx weeks Our leaving says Sims was th a beginning of a stampede for grub transportation companies at St Mi chaels and Fort Yukon claim the liquor traffic has no appreciable effect ou the supply of provisions Not more than 30 tons of liquor they say has gone into the country With tho blockage of Yukon every possibility vanishes of treasures by the steamer Portland No gold will come out this year There is any amount of gold at Daw- Â¬ son It is not unusual to seo horses loaded with dust But the mines are owned by men who know their value tho re Ono sees it on ovory hand turning miners say It scorns plentiful bit you must remember it was more plentiful iu tho United States treasury and is just as hard to get Peoplo who flock to the mines expecting to piok up gold in tho grass roots do not realizo what thoy are up against Thero is no doubt that a largo amount of treasure will como from tho Yukon basin next year if tho minors can got enough to cat to continuo mining dur ing the winter Gold sent out early this year will not be a cirenmstanco to next springs output of the sluice boxes Mr Miller says nothing of considerable valuo has been found this summer Thero is not an inch of ground un staked ou the Klondike The following named crcoks havo Sulphur Quartz and been located Mooso Hido for instanco for 13 miles abovo the month Henderson Dominion and Victoria gulch Heudorson creek Is 12 miles above Stewart river and Victoria guloh Is 13 miles below Stewart river Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fivo men from Dawson City leaving W O Lewis Larasslfl Elma Mor ris Sarah Mooro Alphonzo M Burchez Ella Jones Fred Cantrell L Pottit Tlioniburg Rebecca Wolfson O E La brano J Medley Lulu Smith William II Canell Thomas Picono Miss Er nestine Brest Thomas Richardson Pierro Boycr Ioonold Plucus Jacob Manguno David Humphreys Francis Junker Mrs A R Choppitt Jcannctte DnRimn Ethel Williams J H Belircns F Buck Frank Hawkins Mrs Elliott Edward M Boyer Tour Caicl In Memphis Mkmpiiis Oct 85 The board of health oilicially announces four cases of yellow fever here They aro as follows Mis Maggie Greer Marcus Cohen Jake Cohen and Miss Goldy Cohen All four cases aro directly traceable to tho McForrin residence Tho Cohens nro tailors and had just finished and delivered a pair of trousers to Mel errtn when tno latter was taken down Tho weather is cooler and last night was only A or 5 degrees abovo the frcst mark Tho peoplo seem to havo confidence in tho ability of tho board of health to hold tho discaso in check and thero Is no oxcitemout iiCht New CaiB nt Mobile Moiulk Oct 25 Thero was a much larger report of now cases hero thau usual Tho best known among tho sick is Mrs Cruoni sister of Mrs Bel lamy tho writer The now cases aro Millard Mom John Rutherford Mrs Stephens Croom Fcrd Karl Labella StrcichaiH Peter Walsh Robert Lori mer ond Floreuco Weincr Total cases 209 deaths 28 recoveries 140 under treatment 35 Ilepnrtril from Ml4llppt Towim Jackson Miss Oct 25 Tho stato board of health in its otllcial statement reports eight now cases of yellow fover at Bay St Louis ami one at Edwards and one at Albany No now cases aro reported from Clinton Nitta Yuma and Cayuga THOUSANOSOFLIVES LOST Â¬ Â¬ many persons havo been killed and that damago to property is incalculable Tho cyclone it is further announced destroyed the towns of Taelobau and Her nani on tho island of Leyte as well as several villages It is estimated that 400 persons lost their lives through tho disaster Later advices from Manilla say tho cyclone occurred ou Oct 13 and they add that Carigara and Burugo on tho eastern coast of Leyto havo been wiped out and that an Immeuso wavo swept engulfing villages Several inland thousand natives perished at Taglnban The cyclone also swept tho island of Samar The full extent of the catastrophe is not yet known Tho town of Leyto however sustained but littlo damage contrary to the first reports receivod Celebrating Djuplel Iloone Day Fkankfout Ky Oct 23 Today is Daniel Bbone day in tho schools of this ttate Tho day is boing generally observed and subscriptions taken up among tho children to raiso a fund to restoro tho mutilated Boone monument Boone day was inaugurated by Super intendent of Public Instruction David ion and othor stato educators Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tho Klomcntt Take a Hand In tho Phil Â¬ ippine ltohelllon Madrid Oct 22 A dispatch received hero from Loyto ono of tho Phil ippiuo islands says that place has been almost devastated by a cyclone that Â¬ luTQrt trial ended The Jury FalU to gree and Are Finally Discharged bu Â¬ phur creek near this place Hs son and daughter had just come homo from school and the parents be ing awny the little boy in coming homo went straight to tho mantelpiece and picking up hid fathers revolver pointod it at hi sister and pulled the trigger Thero was a load report and the little girl fell backward out of the door n corpse the bullet haviug gone through her head killiug her instantly Her parents are almost dlstraotcd with grief this boing the thiid child they have lot this summer TERROR OFa REVOLVER On 1uIIIiik df the Trigger Set Off Half a Down Mullets 8vn Fjuncisco Oot 23 What is kvy lr bt W tattaif4fe Mfe1 of qr fmmm v Priiital Vf w no perhaps the most powerful revolver la this country- - has just been received from Bavaria by Theodore Kytke the hand writing expert This weapon is tho in vention of Bridgman the well known Bavarian weokanio and is called an automatic peejeet pistol because all i requires is fer the marktV a to set the pace by pulling the trigger owce where upon it emp iei itself of six load in two seconds sending a 43 eaHber steel bullet with such veloeity that a ik inch hardwood plnk U pierced at the diitauee of 00 yards That it will do all that U claimed for it ha been oouolwivel demonstrated by experiments made Mere phief of Polite Lee and others Â¬ Â¬ Chicago Oct 23 Adolph Luotgert accused of tho most remarkable crime of tho century will havo nnother chance to provo that he did not murder his wife and disintegrate her corpse iu a vat full of deadly potash solution The jury after boing put u fow min Â¬ utes over 00 hours was discharged at by Judge L Tuthlll 11 a m yesterday after it had officially informed him for the second tlmo that it could never agrco It is understood that tho jury on its last ballot voted as follows For conviction Shaw Fowler Fran Mahouoy Behmiller zon Bibbv Heichhold Hosmor mid Boyd For acquittal Harley Holablrd and Barber Tho beginning of tho end of tho legal battle over tho fate of Luotgert camo a fow minutes beforo 10 oclock At that time Judge Tuthlll reached tho criminal court building He immediately sent for Statojs Attorney Deneen for Attorney Vincent for Attornoy Phalen and for Luotgert the prisoner Â¬ County and township returns from all tho leading potato growing statos to this weekly newspaper show tho yield of potatoes to bo 174000000 bushels against 245000000 in 1890 280000000 iu 1895 185000000 in 1894 nnd only 153000000 iu tho short crop of 1893 The average rate of yield per acre is placed at 04 bushels taking the country at largo against 80 bushels iu lbJO 89 in 1895 and 03 in 1893 Tho reasons for disaster to tho potatoe crop of 1897 aro about as varied as a multiplicity of causes could makothem Standing out with moro prominence than any other two fuotors aro blight nud rot as n rosult of extremes of weather conditions While the yield iu bushels is small tho quality Is al most as deficient This Is truo of most bat uot all states Tho crop is best iu Such portions of Can tho northwest ada as make a spocialty of potatoes notably Outarlo and tho Maritime provinces show a general but not serious shortago Â¬ Â¬ POOR POTATOES The Crop of the United Stntei For 1807 Nearly n Failure New Youk Oct 23 Not sinco 1803 has the potato crop of tho United States proved so iiearly a failuro says The American Agriculturist in Its final roport of the yield of 1897 Compared with tho liberal crop of last year there is an apparent falling off of nearly SO per cent in tonnago and tho quality of the wholo Is greatly deficient Â¬ Cct 25 A government Ilcvlew of the Grain and Idreitook Mar Â¬ ket For October 2S note protesting against filibustering wll bo handed to United States Min Cincinnati Tonaooo Market ister Woodford today Thero is no Hhds donbt that tho governments reply will Offerings i05J stti lepresent the deep feeling of tho na Hi jtctlons KiKs 1077 a tion The noto dwells at length on Actual Receipts 1033 filibuster jig and other material and The price on the offerings rnngtd as fol Â¬ lows 81 t202i 2o 2U1 eiSoDlO 73 445 moral assistance which has chiefly con12314 73 itli tUXftll 75 86 839 05 tributed to the rise and duration of the UlW 95 DO 1 153 05 f037 15 181 rebellion and which in turn has dam The lUJfl hluls offered averaged 11060 per 100 lbs ngnlnst fO81 for 2 2trJ hhds for the aged American interests clearly intimates that Spain can pr vloua week nnd Jllw for 1530 hluls It not continuo tho forbearance shown the corresponding week In 18U0 by Scnor Caitovas del Castillo und the IltUbursr Duko of Tetnau during the past two Cattle Prime Jl b55 00 fair 4 70 years and that she now calls upon tho 4 80 bulls stngs aud cows ti 0033 00 American government to fulfill more Hogs Prime light i 0581 10 heavy Sheep strictly in the future the rules and f4 0034 03 routrh ft 50 3 40 75 30 fair Choice Wi 3com Â¬ duties of international law because mon f2 l 2031 5 choice lambs CO 75J 12503 75 the Miccess of the new homo rule pol6 20 veal calves icy and tho speedy pacification of Cuba Cincinnati chiefly depond upon tho conduct of the Wheat BlCllKc Corn 25337c Cut- Â¬ United States 40 fair to tle Selected butchers 4 00 J 33 medium LOOKS VERY WARLIKE fl tKi3 75 common Hogs Selected nnd prime butcher 2 76 Spain Will Strengthen Her Nanl Iorce 3 hOi bS packing H 0533 oO common Sheep 3 2SO nnd rough 3 003 00 In the Carrlbpnn Sea 4 00 lambs 006 IU London- Oct 25 The Madrid correlIuRnln spondent of Tho Daily Mail says Tho 4 0595 00 Cattle Choice to prime Spanish press unanimously supports tho fair to Rood 4 23 I bO common 3 50 of the government which it 3 75 Hos Yorkers attitude 10 4 05 mixed calls eminently sober and dignified but packers 0531 10 common 3 603 bO 50 culls to comSheet Prime 4C1 the impression is that the controversy with jtho United States has reached a mon - 3033 to lambs 4 2535 T5 Chicago critical stago which may bo tho prelude 1 85 4 00 Hogs Selected butchers to a rupture 00 Cuttle Native mixed 3 65 I spoke with threo membci s of tho f3 7503 30 uuwt sales 4 605 10 steers cow cabinet yesterday who iu almost indeu 50 uml bulls fl 753 60 Sheep 12 50 tical words contended that Spain has lnmb H C0d UO the right after her tremendous sacriNew York fices iu Cuba to demand tho observance 60 Cnttlt 3 05 00 Sheep 3 00 of international neutrality by other na OOiU tO lambs ti tions Ono of them added rrr Tho Gordian knot is tho United MAY MEAN A STRIKE States without whoso help the rebelMiners Drop Ono Demand but Intlit on lion would long ago havo been sup Another Iotnt pressed Wo do not want war but BitAZiL every European nation will approve of Intl Oct 25 A delegate our defence of our international rights meeting of tho block coal miners was Tho Spanish naval forces in tho held iu the jury room at the courthouse sea will bo strengthened ou Saturday Cambcan The meeting was secret tho pretext of u necessity for increased The miners agreed o drop the demand viglance on the Cuban coast for 4 cents advance but the demand WORSE THAN THE WAR that operators check off the initiation Hundred of Cuban Dying-- of Hunger and fees and monthly dues of the miners and pay them to the treasurer of the 1eier New Youk Oct 23 A dispatch to organization was insisted on The Tho Herald from Havana says A local last wasmen threatenedn that unless this to in fow every newspaper publishes ami vouches for miner iuagreeddistrict would days work tho quit the following At Chascapaba in the Handy Out of Dancer district of San Julian belonging to tho Chicago Oct 25 A private cable-gri-- i municipality of Melena del Snr thero from Paris states that Major were concentrated 2500 persons These Mcsi s Hai dy has almost entirely rerecoiiceutrados were tho only inhabi tants of tho placo Now thero nro only covered from his recent illness nnd is He will sail for five survivors tho rest died of hunger liou out of danger America next Saturday and lever Iu Havana city it is no un usual sight to see ten or a dozen dead on Attempted Suicide by Electricity one plaza early in tho morning The Ashland Ky Oct 25 Charles Mo authorities employ regular roundsmen Kee of Southpoint 0v twice attempted to remove bodies from tho parks He snatched up There is no abatement in tho activity suicide here Saturday on empty revolver in a repair shop and of the rebols in tho western provinces The Spanish regiment Vergara on its snapped it at his head threo times way to tho Hub hills iu Pinar del Bio That night lie attempted to touch a live stumblod across a dynamite bomb and wire in the electric light plant but lost 10 men killed aud 41 wounded caught the wrong ono A love affair is Further on thoy cume across another the causo but it failed to explode The soldiers Miners Were Victorious became terrified aud refused to procoed PoM moY O Oct 25 The coal min 1C0 rebels of In Havana province strike in Pomoroy Bend was Raonl Araugos command entered and ors raided a towu They carried away a brought to an end by the operators of quantity of clothing and provisions Peacock mine signing an agreement to pay i 13 per hundred as agreed upon without a shot boing llrod by the garri by other operators a week ago It was son Near Artemisa Havana proviuco a band of insurgents uudor Acea at- u vintnrr for the miners tacked nud machcted the Spanish guerA Hunters Mlifortuur illa forco stationed on the Neptnuo esMAUYSVlLtE 0 Oct 23 Amos Rig tate In a ratlrcad collision between Arte don a youug man employed on tho misa ond Mungus soveral soldiers wero farm of Mitchell Robinson went hunt killed Inhabitants of Guanabacoa a ing yesterday with an old army musket suburb of Havana report hearing firing When he discharged the gun the just outside that town last night The breechpiu blow out striking him iu tho tiring continued for soveral hours and eye putting it out ho other eyo was some wounded troops wero brought in to seriously injured that he will lose his sight He is now in u critictl condition AID FOR THE INSURGENTS with littlo hops of recovery Arms and Ammunition Sufllclont For Fire Used 1olson and llslol Trip or tho Dauutleis Lima O Oct 25 William GaHo SaVanNaii Oct 23 Advices just re- Â¬ committed suicido Saturday afternoou ceived from Florida by The Morning by first taking poison then News says The mystery of tho expe- ballots from a revolver into firing two his brain dition which left Now York last week Ho removed from Cincinnati to this on the schooner Silver Heel has been city ono year ago Ho loaves a wifo cleared up by a telegram received thero aud fivo children Despondency and by the Cubans According to this ro- ill health wore the causes of his suioidu port the schooner arrived In tho Florida keys Wednesday und was thoro mot by the tug Dauntless which left Savannah several days ugo Dr Juan Castillo Is cream a CIV T said to bo in charge of tho expedition Is quickly absorb P1- ninnnnpfi Mm I a arrTCAM Ml W si and went to Cuba ou the Dauntless which started from the keys lust Tues Nasal Parages Al- cVTf -lavs Pain and day night On board tho steamer was suflident iUmmstion If air arms and ammunition for five trips of and P oteeia thr tho Dauntless and Dr Castillo will Mfinhraiin from aV stand by until the Inst expedition li Oolil Htnrf8 tht landed when according to tho report HnR nof TBtHnd ho will land In Cuba and remain thero Smoll ilvf Ut VtNiru i uAf until tho war ti over Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Madrid 8J THE MARKETS tl5 Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ spiCATARRH In-a1 I Â¬ fyrc0l Hl y rM N OjSLSTOXIIA h ITiry TtlffM mc COLD NO SPECIAL SESSION Humor Majr Ha Aiieinbted In November Denied Washington Oot 85 For the past Â¬ That Cougrtu Not luiprcteed That tenor of ours has a marvelous voico Ho can hold ouo of his notes for half n minute Faugh I Ivo bold ono of his notes Cleveland Plain Deal for two years Â¬ It p lied riirtctly into the post il is alterable jo rrt is at D u guts i r by milt j iara i plf s ioc hv ira I KLYUROTHER5j6WjjrreaSt New YoikCV A pitlce HEAD few days thero havo been rumor here that President MoKinley had deter mined to call a special session of the senate for November 10 to consider tho Hawaiian annexation question and that a large number of appointments woald bo announced by that date It ran be stated authoritatively how Â¬ ever that the president has no Intention of celling a epeoiat eueket at eoagrees The regelar eeeeiou Qffcw Monday Deo 0 and were a propfriryrtiou far ao extra er Tho most oxponsivo stamps for colof Muuritiua and Ha lectors aro the waii Tho proper distance between tho eyee is tho width of ono oyo Swell pin safe pll DeWKte Little Early Klera cure biljaee esse ceenHpa tkwt awl ekk lieeJeehe gfaert k M ay- Â¬ Going to Build or Repair Write v j CO Louisville Ky For Prices on Lumber Doors Sash and Thgr Blinds Sltingl Steel Roofing will save you money - J P Will - - - C i m BreckenrIdOk it News 27 1897 149 V 6 Sattiga Editors HidPrayrUtn WEDNESDAY OCTOBER SIX PAGES AWHWeMMtl rKaraaulWUfdlo announce R M loiLvl for State Senator bjr tl e Republicans ol Ihe Tenth Senatorial Dlittl t cunuowd of the cruntlct ol November 1897 are auitilrtttj to anroooce If O Smith a the Ioptilltt candidate for the Stae ben rromtbt Tenth Seatorial Distrlci eompoied ate Hancock and of the countiea of Breckenrliee Maada Uectlon November 197 WE Hon D R Murray candidate for the State Senate will speak at Custer next Monday Some good thoughts are to bo gained from reading Rambling Thoughts in another column 8am Jones is carrying on a big meet Â¬ ing at Henderson and Is a great attrac Â¬ ts 1 for the people thereabout EvcitY Democrat and Populist in the county should know how to vote before going to the polls Study the ballot r r Flock and ibece should not be over looked by any farmer It tells you bow to improve and make money out of your Bheep There Is still some yellow fever in the south but the cool weather we are havÂ¬ ing now will have a tendency to check it somewhat Tub jury in the famous Luetgert case failedjto agree and was discharged by the court Luetgert will probably be put on trial a second time President McKtnley has removed our friend Alex Montgomery of Elizabeth town from the Dawes Indian Com- Â¬ mission and appointed a Republican in his place Away goes bis 5000 a year and so much for aiding the Hannacrat party Joe Blackburn Lad an immense crowd here to hear him last Thursday night Ho spoke for more than two hours had an attentive audience and his speech put fresh life Into those who are looking after the interest of the local Democrat- Â¬ ic ticket The News has abstained from abuse towards any of the candidates for the county dllcep We think this Is the better plan Let the people themselves judge of their Ulnees for the offices and go into their bectbs on next Tuesday and so express it Tin 9 is tho last week of the election and the Democrats should be active and study the ballot closely Much depends upon instructing the voter where to put bis cross In every district those who are interested in the succefs of the ticket should take the matter In hand The New Yoik Central Itailrcal broke its record Sunday for safety Twenty six lives were plunged Into Ihe Hudson without warning Tho accident was caused from the bed of the road being washed out in some unaccounta- Â¬ ble manner Full particulars in this irsuo Yoon ballot next week will be quite an exWndod affair Take a look at it and set if jou can imagine Low much work it took to get out about fifteen thousand like it The News has done all of this work making ballots for the counties of Breckenridgo and Meade and a part of Hancock The Republicans in this town held a little love feast here last weekmade up and now they are all shouting for the straight ticket while the Democrats are mouthing and saying bad things about A little love feast and a each other shaking of hands might do them some good Its not too late yet Better come together if you want to beat the Republicans t more whea t been There baa sown in Breckenriig county this year than there has been for many years past The farmers are hopeful that it will con- Â¬ tinue to linger around the dollar mark Even at a dollar it is not as high as it ought to be Fifteen years ago when All the apples in this section not money matters were easier it would many have been bought by Gus Rich- Â¬ easily have reached one fifty under like ardson at good prices conditions Call and seo me and if my prices are not as cheap as anybodys I will not ask A lovk letter is a good thing We en you to buy J II Brown joy reading one whether from a gold Miss Amanda Deane and brother to bug or from our sweetheart We try be In love always and with everybody Charley visited their sister Mrs Corn And thats why wo publish Brer J II well in Louisville last week Miss Nannie Owen in her usual chaim Wo letter When love letters begin to pass between old friends who have been ing manner sang straight to the hearts estranged theres hops for tho country of the audience Saturday evening Lets have some more of tl c same kind Bill Burnett who miraculously escaped II we cant write love letter lets have death a short time ago when a railroad a meeting and talk It over Wed tie fell upon his head is recovering eo lke to giye just one more shout as to be out and a shout altogether for true Democ- Â¬ MIbs Curtis after a ploasant visit re- Â¬ racy turns this morning to her Illinois home She is accompanied by her grandfather Mummy and Smith met on the stump Mr George Curtis in Hancock last week and as Murray Mies Ora Alexander of Gloverpoit wf a at home SunJay looking as vigorous spent a day or two with MIsi Lutle was quite evident that he did Â¬ as ever it Moorman nt loose any of bis hide that Bro of friends at Miss Alexander has a host Glendeaue Smith said tie was going to take from Since Yuba Dam has received its per Â¬ him whea they came on the stump together Smith got hot and charged manent and striking nam some one has around a good deal but Murray kept selected another name equally us striking his Load and was In a fine humor all for another section near The widow Mattirgly living in Glen the time This rattled Bro Smith the When they parted Saturday deane had a mare and colt to stray away saoe Any information concerning Bight Saaith had about to concluded last week that the race was Murrays anyhow them will be thankfnlly received They have asveral iMipoiatmeBUi in Siiva Mattingly Mannio Harper Ella u J lly was sot Smith Lake Ulark Haacock this wo k Lottie Matbeny with than la Hancock LIUieMaUlugly Sadie Eskrjdge Martha Johnson aro pupils who desorro mention for fine work in tho primary toptrtnen of school last month I H 4 W TIMl TABU The recital Sattrdiy evening was at uomo HIT complete succose a full houor n pleased TiJT a Pftiiengtr Dally air lUMtniWf audience nud dcor receipt rxceoding soma wm all expectation should bn mentioned PaiMnr Dalljarr IlarJInilatg I 5i Among visitors from neighboring towns are Rev W B Rutledge and Mies Ora A cotigfi which seems to hang New line of bulbs shoes at Vests Alexander of Cloverport Miss Kva on in spite of fill the remedies which today llensley Miss Ava Board Miss luu needs you have applied certain The eltillon ballot this tlruo is nearly Vessels Messrs Herbert aud Tom Heard energetic and Sensible treatment Mrs and Amos Boatd of ilardioshurg as big as a ho so blanket For twenty five years that stand Â¬ turn- Â¬ Frank IVyton and son and Meesrs Willis ard preparation of cod liver oil Frank Ham ell and his family r ed to Cloverport last Saturday evening and Preston Green of Fals of Riugh Tom Moore Mrs Grots of Buwleyville It May and Judge Mercer attended and Ernest MuDaite McDanlelr Vic Thursday the sale at Virge llardlns last Pile of Buras Godfrry IIaswll was at Cloverport all last week looking after his brothers Airs Cherrys Recllnl cur-Â¬ Interest in the saddlery business Vistorsand home people comprised a has proved its effectiveness in There has been a big Improve in ntin select audience that conifortabl filled ing the trying affections of the the depot surroundings at Cloverport Utopia Hall Sttuiday evening Both throat and longs and this is the cod liver oil par Â¬ One would hardly know the old place alike wero enchanted with tho grace reason why the tially digested strengthens and The editor of this department was over and skill of tho elocutionist Mrs II II vitalizes tne wnoie sys Â¬ at Webster lait wouk closing up an as Cherry who nslde from her personal tem the hypophosphites signment which accounts for the absence magnetism and natural charm possesses act as a tonic to the of the mual amount of news matter this talent and training that the mostctitlcnl mind and nerves and the week must recrgn3 an 1 or j ty glycerine soothes and Numerous solicitations to return to A brand new stock of j iwelery watch Â¬ heals the irritation Can es clocks silverware spectaclts watch Glcandeane aro evidences of the keen yoo think of any combi- Â¬ chains gaurds clarmsand all other lines pleasure felt by her auditors as sbc nation so effective as this of JDWtlery Call and see my stock and would act the dramatic portray the Be ure you get SCOTTS EmuUloiu Set Out the humorous or give expression fitting the Dun and fun are on the wrapper bring me your articles needing repalis All done 11 ret class and warranted your selection rendered Her laurels ns Ken- Â¬ 5x and Sioo all druggists UOWNE Chemtiti Nw York SCOTT tuckys champion certainly deck a jeweler T 0 Lewis wotthy brow and her reputation In Ken- Â¬ The election is only a week off What and the South is certainly a mer Â¬ 1 am confident it will as long as it pur- Â¬ a relief it will be to the candidate when tucky ited one Wo hope to have her again sues tho honest decent course it is pur- Â¬ the whole thing is over They have suing and while its genial and able been working hard for three months New line of ladies shoes at Vests editor is living on the fat of the land and and they will sit with anxious faces next today wearing diamonds with a long list of Tuesday evening when the last ballot paid up subscribers these other fellows A Little Love Letter has been turned into tbe ballot box No will be sawing wood and asking tho lady one knows of course who will bo elect- Â¬ Ky Dsaii John Bio SiBiKa I of the house to nlease put a little jelly ed but we all have our preferences It have for some tlmo had a very strong on the hard crust given them is a good thing that no hard things have inclination to writo you a little love let- Â¬ I havo been told that tho blue pencil been said between the candidates bo ter Not that you como entirely up to would bo used freely on anything I cause when the election is over nil my Ideas as to what true Democracy is writo Now if this is to be let it begin friendships will want to be continued but because I believe you to be not only at Dig Springs and end at There was a fine attendance at the sale an honest politician but an honest man JWH at Webster for two days last week The At this time whon the woods are full of New line of ladles shoes at Vests bidding on many articles was quite lively political buccaneers and plratec who and interesting at times The men al Â¬ care nothing tot the prosperity and hap to day ways buy many things at a sale but they piness of the people but are simply in Redman Smltli Brilliant Wedding didnt have it all their own way at a mad and wild scramble for the office The most brilliant social event of the Webster tho ladles turned out there and It does a man good to see one man who season occured at Gusto n last Wednes- Â¬ put in some bids also They captured is honest nud independent enough to ac- day morning Oct 20 1897 Mr Charles about as many bargains as the men and cord with those differing with him in Friend Redman and Miss Lorena Smith displayed about as good judgement in opinion at least honesty of purpose wero united in marriage at tho Patter- Â¬ For this honesty tolerant and patriot Â¬ son Memorial church Tho Rev Donald tho bidding Women as a rule are not seen bidding much at public sales When ic coutsa I notice that the Democrat of Grant of Cloverport officiating Prompt Â¬ they do go they are backward about Cloverport and tho Messenger of Bran Â¬ ly nt 1030 oclock Mendelsshon march buying although they often see many denburg have seen cause to call you to was played by Miss Maud Adkisson and little things they would like to have taw These papers may think that they tho bridal party entered the church They are timid Some of them too are are pursuing the right course and meth- Â¬ First came the attendants Miss Eleamor not supplied with a little money their ods to strencthing thu party but age aud B Hondrick and Mr Eugene Smith and husband thinking of course that they some little experience have convinced Miss Ella Smith and Mr Wathen Hen cant rely on their judgement and that me that such methods are less helpful to derson then came the bride with her such matters should be left to them The any party than n more conservative course maid of honor Miss Nella Biggs they women often exercise better judgement would be were met at tho alter by tbe groom and Thoy seem to think that in order to bo his best man Air ICirby Blaine Imme- Â¬ in buying than the men and hence can make a dollar go farther in their pur- Â¬ a true Democaat you must froth nt the diately after the ceremony thoy left via chases Men would quit complaining of mouth and chnw liko n peach orchard Louisville for Nashville and Chattanooga hard times if more of them would make boar and bellow and tear up the ground Tenn Bowling Green and Glendale Ky their wives the cashiers of the establish Â¬ like a pawpaw bull and yell hannacrat and will be at their home Irvington ment Over at Webster the women got boltocrats traitor bought with gold from Ky after Nov 10th several good bargains and I was glad to Wall Street Lombard Streot an J in fact The bride was attired in a traveling indulge in all the cuss words that their costume of Cadet bluo see them doing some of the bidding Cheviot trimed limited knowledge can invent against in black silk braid with white chiffon those who honestly differ with them po- Â¬ front and carried an immonse GLENDEANE bequet of litically They havo even seen fit to brides roses criticise two of tho very best correspond- Â¬ The maid of honor Miss Biggs was Cheap goods at J II Browns ents the News and the Messenger havo attired in a pretty navy blue cloth John Deane is in Louisville this week Brandenburg of the Nun s and Preston trimed in silk and ribbon Miss Hon Â¬ Now I happen to All kinds of produce wanted at J II of the Messenger drick was becomingly attired in a brown have the honor of a personal acquaint- Â¬ novelty trimed in buttons Browns while Miss Mrs William G Smart went to Louis- Â¬ ance witli one and a personal know- Â¬ Smith wore a green novelty trimed in ledge of the other And I want to say ville yesterday velvet and lace Tbe attendants carried right hero that they both represent tho La Franco roses Mrs Cherry was tho guest of Mr D C highest type of American womenhood The church was tastefully decorated Moormans family educated cultured refined pure chris for the occasion and a large number of Miss Ava Board Hardinsburp is visit Â¬ tian women and it would ha n great guests witnessed the ceremony Mies ing Mies Irene Board for our country if some of our deal better Lorena is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Mr Wells little twins mentioned latt would be political leaders bad half the G W Smith and is quite a beautiful and week have both died political acumen Unit those noble wonttactive young lady possessed of a gen Mattingly Bros are moving their saw Â¬ men have There would be It si mud tie and amiable disposition none know slinging aud less to take back and repent mill to tho Deane woods her but to love her The young gentle Vic Pile Buras Is spending a few days of when they find out how great their man who is so fortunate as to win her Mr errors have been which they aro just as Charles Friend with his brother J II Tile Redman stands high in mire to do as the sun shines the respect of tho community and is in EJgar Lewis and bride leave to day Having known the editor of the News every way a perfect gentleman with after a short visit to friends here from early boyhood I have watched him Bro Itutledgo preached one of his with a friendly interest from the time he bright prospects before him He is now employed in tho L II St L R R best sermons at Goshen Sunday assumed control of the News then a and is located at Irvington Willis and Preston Green were visitors fairly good county paper until now by May their supreme happinesss last is fair dealing and decent journalism tho at Mr Johnson Deans Sunday tho wish of the writer Mr LeGrande of Butler county came News takes it rank with the very best New line or ladles shoes at Vests to- Â¬ among us Friday to organiz3 a vocal county papers in the State in fact as one has said it is a far more reliable paper day class Dispatch Gus Richardson was here Saturday than tho New Grand Chain 111 Feb 10 07 May it con Â¬ All honor to its editor full of politic business and happy ex- Â¬ J O Mendenhall Evansville Ind tinue to build up and grow better which pressions Dear Sir You may Bhip another gross of your Improved Chill and Fever Miss Nannie Fisher boa a new piano Curo on fame terniB as last It is a splen Â¬ of the most modern construction a fine did seller and I consider It the best Chill instrument Curo In the market Yours yery truly Miss Belle Peirpoint a charming Jacob Fbllenstkht of the Mother shapes the course young In ly of Cecilia is visiting Mies of unborn generations goes Sold by Short Haynes Cloverport Ky Bessie Moorman HARDIN8BURG Persistent Coughs SGOTTS ttMtMtltttWTtlTTtl rvnaavHEUTHruT itmtimnttmnmimttts COOL WEATHER Is bound to come nt an early date and every human body will WARMER CLOTHING It there fore behooves you to study WHERE TO INVEST YOUR MONEY and HOW BEST TO PLACE IT Note theso prices and then come to headquarters and get find it necessary t put on MORE FOR YOUR MONEY THAN YOU EVER RECEIVED BEFORE EMULSION BOYS CLOTHING All wool Mixtures A good pair of Cassimcrc Pants 30 inches wide 25c up good patterns from 10 to 400 All wool Novelty Eflccts All wool no shoddy 38 Inches wide 35c to 50c Mens working Pants 75c to Damassc Dress Goods nil colors 125 Worth more money LADIES DRESS GOODS GENTS AND 12ctolSc LADIES HOSE Tan colored Hose plain or ribbed 8c and 10 per pair Boys Suits 2 or 3 pieces rahg- ing in price from 75c to 450 Splendid values and latest styles Fast Black regular made cotton 150 our price ioo Hose 10c to 35c per pair A Shoe for 148 that would be worth from 12 i ac to 45c cheap at 200 CAPES IN ALL COLORS AND THE LATEST SYLES ranging in price from 125 to iooo worth consider- Â¬ able more money Ask to see them for wc show our goods with pleasure price to all All goods marked in MENS SHOES A serviceable pair of Shoes worth plain figures One Strictly One Price rpTTTJ JL JJLJSM JE JEXXXh CLOVERPORT KY El ATD Honest Dealing Â¬ ftiummiiuiuuiuuii To The Public Anyone having anything to express will leave same at the drug store of Mr E T Guthries opposite the jail except calves to be expressed which as formally will haye to be delivered at tbe depot by ths shipper The express wagon will secure all articles left at the drug store of Mr Guthries This applies to all except business houses to which the express wagon will come every morning and get anything which said houses may have All express coming to anyone in town will be delivered as soon as receiv Â¬ ed out side town parties will call at Yours Respectfully depot J WnrrwoBTii Express Agent Hardinsburg Ky Yellow Cascarots Candy Cathartic kills Yel- Â¬ No low jack wherever they find him uiimiuiuuumuuift Â¬ Jack Killed one who takes Cascarets regularly 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 GOc all druggists Address To tbe National Democrats and all Â¬ Â¬ others believing in a Sound Currency and the Gold Standard and in the Credit of our Country at home and abroad Tbe most effectual way to defeat the 10 to 1 or bust ticket is to vote for lllndman It is especially desired that every National Democrat will so vote as we wish to show our full strength in tbe state It wo poll 50000 votes or even less we hold the Balanco of Power in the state and this means much from a political standpoint Place the cross mark with the stencil in the small cquaro opposite Hlndmans name Then you can stamp under tbo device of any other ticket you wish to vote and your vote will be counted R L Nfwsom County Chairman Croup Quickly Oared Mountain Glen Abk Our children were suffering with croup when we re- Â¬ ceived a bottle ot Chamberlains Cough Remedy It afforded almost instant This celebrat Â¬ relief F A Thobnton ed remedy is for sale by A R Fisher Cloverport and R A Shellman Steph ensport There Is no reason why unlnitated voter should not be thoroughly instruct- Â¬ ed as how to vote There are plenty of sample ballots in circulation SHOES For Men Women and Children i at THElNFLUE sounding through nil the IRVINGTON ages and enters the confines of Eternity With what care there- Â¬ The IrviDgton Bay View Society met fore should the Expectant Moth- Â¬ at the beautiful home of Mrs John R er be guarded and how great the Saturday Oct 23 effort be to ward off danger and Wimp lnngulneshad not been dlstridut make her life joyous and happy eJTli j theroore tho meeting was void of He Likes It VESTS i M J Thlrswend of Grosbeck Tex says that when he has a spell of Indiges Â¬ tion and feels bad and sluggish he takes two of DoWitts Little Early Risers at night and he Is all right the next morn Â¬ ing Many thousands ol others do the Short Hayaea same thing Do yon MOTHERS FRIEND c allays ness re- Â¬ lieves the Headache and N a u Nervous all Cramps Tbe Grayetoa Eagle atfd Graysoa Gazette are aghUag aach othr over the EredoaUHT Noua A llEsngnsoN IBV8 Then has beB banks aad basken Tb Veteran Balterof th Fradenla Mrs J R Jarboe Celebrates Iter recently wUbllhe4thrbaka la that Cantor wrltaa Dr Fanner 1 X county Sixtieth Dlrthday I have ben ulaff your Blood rWc jour Via by Yoaeaataoardto Tbe house of Mr T D Jarbos near Ntrve Took aad allowing a eoM 0 develop ljte pafeumo Hardinsburg was made Sunday a house Â¬ and Liver Rwiedy aad Instant reWef aad b1 or eoasuapilew hold of much pleasure and enjoyment desks to say that I Hk K a certala eare are aotelad by Oaa Min Â¬ Tho gathering of relatives and frienfc I find it aa adattfable ranudy for the ute Geegfe Caw Short aadllayaaa was to celebrate Mrs J II Jarboe slxiotk aad MtVOM ckprw billotitaM swart A customer whoio wlf o uted Mothers Friend birthday dinner If yaar eyes em baewoe eajra that If lbs bad to go through the ordeal aaata will arain and there wero hut four uottles to be Mrs Jarboe was born and reared la sk laclekHt to ttw tfcaeglA SMKMM and bars or fwl heavy obtained and the coat waa f 10040 per battle he Marion couuty and wai married to 14 r glveyoa mora eoesfert tbaa yem ea U so Lavtom Dayton Ohio would hayo them yet MttMtii imagine U J It Jarboe deceased November 24 1857 lamUd ia a tab of Berth Perhaps yen Bent by express on receiptor price 1100 PKR To their union were given fifteen tatlng twt rtWBgihinlwg gle Eye Wv beads lHTTfK Iloolc to UXPKOTANT MOTH and Myea bya aavar tllU aor aaver will baya awe eysa EHH mailed free upon appllonUon containing children eight glrl O MARTIN OHAJtLlS Valuable Information and voluntary testimonial Tea survive her Mm Jarixw w tkfr Uita U ao tigs yaw ayaa do aat aaed Pbamaett A TH MAHKU RE8ULATM CO ATLANTA ajreMtHaaaiag aad yoar sight eWawd hannv reclDUHK of kmy lee MD IV All tMWTS Col ft come fully pre Â¬ pares the system that Childbirth is made easy and the time or recovery snort ened many say stronger after It in- Â¬ than before confinement sures safety to life of both moth- Â¬ er and child All who have used Mathers FrleBd say they will nev- Â¬ er be without it again No other remedy robs confinement of its pain scaandso exercises only of a business nature After attending to all neccessary busi- Â¬ ness the circle was scrred to delightful refreshments by the hostess in her charming way The meeting adjourned at 4 30 oclock The next meeting will be in two week at the home of Mrs W G PIggetts The circle wishes to impress all mom bers that lt is their duty to attend re gurally as every meeting grows more interesting Invito your friends tj Wabnino Persona who softer from coughs aad cold ahoaleL heed the warn Â¬ ings ot danger aael save themselves safer- iag aad fatal results by oslng One Min ute Cough Cure It Is an infallible rem edy for coughs colds croup and all tnroat ami lung woaoias jjuou x my- tlgfl MrTW Geerot Carllnyllls Ills peat Saturday aad Saaday with Mrl aad Mm W U Hmart Mr Uewr m supwlntsodencv beea promoted to of tli e Leitcfaaaki A Oerrolltoo railroad wkleh U of till Muff line svstemJ G Mm Gar hk wife stater of Mrs SsMrt will aHve thta week to make her V avian kttr tlJ CASTOR IA 7r IafcaU M liMM K sufklMiyiyklftd kUL aaaCalMrta 1 l Frlril4tt N0arlK aCfsssfJ w4mmmmMmmm Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 27 1807 ANDY CATHARTIC rabcoTxiAA CURE CONSTIPATION x FOU C1HCOIT JUDGE tot i ALL DRUGGISTS 25 50 X HPQflT ITTPT V nniPXHTPUn to enr anr east of constipation Catesrtts ire the Ideal Lii 4 ADOULUIdLiI UUAKnHlBuU t Vlp or i ripcbal cue mrnituralremlu tjtm I P1 jnilftKaoirtreaLftjiorjttwTerfa booklftfry id STKKMjfn gEWJIPr uti Â¬ jtlj DEMOCBATIC TICKET KOR CLEKK COUKT OK APPEALS SAM SHACKELFORD JUDGE T R McBEATH W FOR COMMONWEALTHS ATTORNEY WEED S CHELF FOR STATE SENATOR 4 DAVD RMURRAY ftvijj FUSION TICKET FOR HEPHESHNTATIVB 1 J II LENNIN FOR COUNT V TUDGK tofcT - W E MINOR FOR COUNTY CLERK A M HARDIN T A McGILL Deputy FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY b r GUS BROWN FOR CIRCUIT CLERK RS SKILLMAN SHEIUFi FOR JAILER FOR RICHARD OWEN J L D BEELER - FOR ASSESSOR REV GEO E MORRIS FOR SUPT SCHOOLS- Kr K HARMAN FOR SURVEYOR H C JOLLY FOR CORONER LEE BISHOP REPUBLICAN TICKET FOR REPRESENTATIVE j V JOHN P HASWELL JR FOR COUNTY JUDGE WM AHL FOR COUNTY CLERK minous and explicit K that intention al fraud committed such for example as tho use of material of minor grado or the substitution of ouo material for an other or the omission of n certain part of the work substructure eta is mado punishable liko any other frnuTl viz by jail from throe months up and n fiuo exceeding in value by far tby possiblq gain effected by dishonest practices bat tboro is a furtbor fact rendering illegal tricks next to impossible and that is tho Careful and strict supervision of tho building process by the royal officials a supervision so minute that it virtually extends from day to day hour to hour and at overy point whore construction is gqing on And since this supervision is not tho task of ono man alone but is carried on stngo by stage by a regular- - scalo of oath bound officials and as to honesty and striottjuforcemout of duty tho Prus Â¬ sians and other German officials may bo backed against tho world it will bo seen that oven tbo most cunning hud unscrupulous contractor would have n very hard job indeed to havo slovenly or dishonest workpass tho series of ar gus eyed examiners TJiero aro threa kinds of highways tho provincial tho kreis and tbo ge moindewego Tbo former two aro thoso whose building and maintenanco rest on the shouldorB of tho provincial or district representative bedies All tho rest aro communal or private roads Among tbo latter tho larger part aro bnilt and kept up on shares In assessing taxes for roads ono principle adhered to throughout is to lay theso in exact proportion to tho greater or lesser benefit accruing adjacent properly paying the largest share For rural communes especially tho burden of maintaining and keeping clean their roads is in many localities a heavy one And theso obligations aro not confined either to their own com- Â¬ munal roads for tho law compels tbo rural and municipal communes to render in many and frequent cases prompt unpaid help Thus for instance as to keoping tho highest grade of pub Â¬ lic highway tho so called kunststras sen artistic roads always in prdpor shnpo tho royal commissioners aro em- Â¬ powered to call at any timo for thq aid of adjoining communes ill manual la- Â¬ bor tools vehicles material in put- Â¬ ting theso roads ipstantly back into good order whenever snow accumula tions freshets long rains or similar ao cidents of nature havo temporarily ren- Â¬ dered traffic on them difficult or impos Â¬ Â¬ A PRIVATE AMBULANCE Reminiscence of the Clrlt War Related by an Old Soldier sibjb OWEN CUNNINGHAM FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY R N MILLER FOR CIRCUIT CLEHK SHERMAN BALL FOR SHERIFF VB FOR JAILER BURTON t GUS SHELLMAN FOR ASSESSOR - JOHN H COMER ANDREW DRISKELL FOR SURVEYOR FOR SUPERINTENDENT SCHOOLS CHINTZ ROYALTY FOR CORONER y r T JOHN SPENCER o aim auacfsi ft D COUNTY t 4SVSWA BOADS OF GEEMANY BEAUTIFUL HIGHWAYS KEPT IN STANT REPAIR CONÂ¬ SWfi Special regulations of other kinds exist anyway as to tbo traffic upon and maintenanco of theso kunststras sen For instance it is forbidden to uso them for vehicles with protruding wheel nails defective wheels screws spokes or otherwise objectionable gear Tho horseshoes with which tho animals passing these roads pre shod must bo of a particular kind As tho maintenanco of tho roads is fixed by speciflo laws and regulations so too aro tho conditions of construct- Â¬ ing new roads Thus tbo conditions to which communes are subject in such a case aro minutely prescribed One- of tbo most curious and significant para graphs is tbo first That provides that all districts not over 14 German miles 7 English miles to right or left of the lino of tho projected road must permit the taking of stobo gravel clay sand earth turf and any other material except wooil faKrSrtuat allow the temporary uso of their- spil Holds etc for work necessary in roadbulld ing free of any cost or recompense whatever Â¬ Â¬ - at Sea Stoves and ranges used nt sea Havo two peculiarities Ono Is that tho doors uro mado to turn down ancCnot to swing Stoves and Ranges Died Ditches llecelve Careful Attention to Pro Tide For Good Dralnaee Method of Su Â¬ Regulations aa to Mainte Â¬ pervision nance Horseshoes and Vehicle Oho main reason for tbo good oondi tiou of tbo German roads is the keeping Kowhoro of them in constant repairs a stitoh in elso is it so truo tliat time paves nine writes a correspond Â¬ ent of tho Now York Post Tho regu Â¬ lations as to that aro as minnte and comprehonsivo as thoy aro rigidly en- Â¬ forced In somo provinces of Prussia as in Silesia and in tbo other eastern or village sohulzo provinces tho mayor is strictly held responsible for the good condition of all tho roads within his district except the stato or provincial ones whioh aro undor tho direct supervision of royal offloluls Tbo ditches alongside tho road effecting efficient drninago are especially looked after and must always bo kept free of all hindrances and rubbish For the constant and immediato re Â¬ pair of holes formed iu the road and other damages or defloleuciesneat pyra Â¬ mid shaped heaps of stouo of assorted triad gravel sif tings clinkers etc plaoed in regular rotation are always to bo found along tbo roadbeds and a number of laborers aro always busy with such mending drawing for their material on these supplies These never ceasing labors aro striotly supervised wegewaertor by a smaller corps of aa4 ohausseo aufaoberaien in uni fom and under official oath These nbalterns aro again directed and con- Â¬ trol M by tbo higher offlcialstheiu speotorf dirbctors and obauisio ba raetho or councilors of road construc- Â¬ tion many of whom wear royal decc jratioM on their breast But even the swn laborers are usually hired by tho yMt ad their pay km tho duration of tMr service are isadeatrlctJy depend mm an tbeir behavior Aantw out main reaeou why tho hwUihag of roads in Germany eaurted kamailyia tb virtual alumna of tttiipOWni to do oMwrwUa lor not only am ttw lit thia aiiot and thi iMlaUdon on the building Md waluhtsiutM of public highways Mok oantsriM and M Ywrr toj- - I and havo fastenings t6hgld thorn securely whon thoy uro shut so that thoy cant possibly fly open Tho other po culiarity-- is in the rack oh top It is elo vatod four or fiVo inches and ruiis around tho edgo of tho stovo to keop tho pots and kettles from sliding off Somo stoves and ranges used afloat aro also provided with crossrods which run from tho fixed rod at tho back of tho stove to the rod fu front across tho top of tho pots and kottles and hold thoru down and keep thom from shift Â¬ ing They firo used In very heavy weather or when tho ship is rolling reason theso Iir somo on British crossrods aro raoro used than thoy aro on American ships When a vessel is in port tho frQut rail of tho rack ia usually taken out and then tho cook has an easy access to tho top of tho jitovo aa ho- would havo With a stovo ashoro Now York Sun Â¬ i Queer Kinds of FnaU In southoru California IS tho poach districts peach stones aro not uncom Â¬ monly used as fuel Thoy aro sold at tho cannories by tho wagon load Peach stones burn frcolyand make a very good in tho cocoanut trado cocoanutaarq used for fuel as thoy are alsq whilo tho ves sel iu lying at her wharf discharging not sound nuts but such as aro decayed and not salable Tho nuts aro broken before they arbput into the stove Co coanuts buru freely and mako a good boT flm Now York Sun Dr Bella rpperalrit - Chill Tonic curoa chills and makes you well cUa It rldjuof having thtm and hulda up yoa frtrcrgh IfjjpWasint to take and gves yoji wjweviWlhtful lettftig all oerlkBead ol the lUrable slitW Irg Itlijgpbd fQrthe stcrtaacb p ppes mint U he bVfit thing la the world for bowfli Avoid bitter qtlniae pltlfl that aaay make yen deaf and bayAalwas at harjd a bottle of Dr Bells ljppeunlnt 1 ChlU Tonic Its guaranteed v Thdnt lute you fwl or see any- Â¬ s the right thing wrong with your ey EajtW y tim to hh gttttwrtaM oura for iu rklv It is a miw and fltnution raulald lids or mm eyw Â¬ fire Ou tho homeward vuyago of vessols oi Hfter Among tho men wounded in my regiment at a battlo in Virginia said tho old soldier was a man in my com pany who was shot through tho body and taken to tho rear Our troops fell back after tho fight and wo had mbro wounded than wo had transportation for but two men out of his own tent set out to carry this man wherover wo wcro going which was presumably tho canip behind intrenchments that wod loft iu tho morning They took turns at backing him for half a milo or so until thoy camo to a fannhouso that had a grassy yard in front Thoy laid him down on tho grass and took a llttlo look around tho houso to seowhat thoy could sco In n build Â¬ ing at tho rear thoy camo across some Â¬ Patent Cov For Hunters thing that mado Jcm stand still and A Nebraska man has invented a pat Â¬ look at each other and laugh It was a ent cow for hunters Tho invention handcart What uso tho folks hero had presents thq perfect outward somblanco mado of it thoy couldnt guess but they of a most peacoablo and amiable knowilwhat uso thoy wcro going to mako but tho foro legs aud hind legs aro cow of it Thoy got it out of tho building tho two pairs of legs of two men iufact Thoy and rolled it around tho sido of tho aro armed with guns and havo a plonti- houso alongside tho wounded man and ful supply patont dropped tho handlo oh tho grass Ho cow moves of ammunition Tho harm along liko an ordinary laughed too when ho saw it Ho was less animal until it is in tho midst of a going tho rest of tho way in a private lot of birds whon it comes open and ambulance tho two men insido blazQaway Formed Tho two men took their blankots off in tho sides of the framo at suitablo thoir shoulders and untied them and points aro windows raj openings pro- Â¬ spread their rubbers down on tho bot tected by outward swinging flap blinds fom of tho hand cart and spread thoir and through thoso Windows tho sportswoolen blankets down on them and man in tho rear may dischargo his up and rest Â¬ fowling picco when tho gamo has been then they ran tho hand cart ed tho handlo on tho front steps of tho successfully stalked For tho firing of houso and lifted in tho wounded man tho hunter in the front of tho decoy and laid their guns in besidohim Then thero is provided a downward swinging thoy turned tho Cart around again and portion which inoludcs tho head aud ono man got insido tho shafts with tho nock of tho animal so that by simply crosspicco aganst his waist bolt and releasing a small catch from tho insido tho other man got behind to push Thoy of tho framework this releases tho all smiled again when thoy btartcd swinging front portion which immedi- Â¬ wounded man and all ately drops by gravity and thus leaves It beat backing him out of sight It tho sportsman free Boston Transcript was dry weather and tho roads wcro sandy and up hill and on tho lovel tho At Sea In a Cofflh wheeling was hard But thcro was It was tho French assassin Lupi moro down hill than there was up pla5cs whero thoy had to hold hack who escaped to sea from Cayenuo in a coffin Ho managed to get somo nails and it was all immensely moro com fortablo for tho wounded man and so tar aud cotton and ono dark night ho thoy got him back to camp and to tho got into tho coffin shod Ho selected a fine stanch and seaworthy coffin fas surgeon again But ho died after all tened tho lid in order to turn it into a New York Sun deck leaving a cockpit sufficient to on ablo him to crawl in Ho calked all tho FORTUNES FROM GARBAGE joints an well as ho could andwhon ho mado a pair Science Converts the Refuse of Cities Into this work was finished of paddles out of two planks Thou ho Steam Fertilizers Soap Etc with great precauWilliam Gcorgo Jordan writing on brought out his craft difficulty ho reach- Â¬ tion Without much Wonders of tho Worlds Waste in ed tho waters edgo Silently and slowly Tho Tho Ladies Home Journal says proceeded in tho hopo of reaching garbage of a great city is worth a for ho ICO tuno every year if properly utilized In either Vcnezuola or British Guiana or nautical miles distant Fortunately Louis tho refuse ia placed in enorSt unfortunatoly for Lupl tho steamer mous vertical cylinders surrounded by Abeille returning from tho Antilles off steam jackets which ovaporato tho 75 up half drownto 80 per cent of water in tho garbage Paramaribo picked him fainting condition almost iu xno iauy suosiances aro uissoiveu una ed andfovv tours a later ho was in irons as tho result of a numbor of processes n and a coll San Francisco Argonaut produced which is worth in his fertilizer is from 9 to 12 per ton the demand ex Poler In the rottofllce ceeding tho supply Ono of tho purest Givo me three aces said a sportand best sonus of tho countrv was mado of garbago greaso befbro cottonseed oil ing man at tho stamp window of tho entered tho Hold It Is now proposed to postoffico just boforo noon acOupleof light London by olectricity for nothing days ago Tho stamp clerk passed out three 1 It now costs that city 108 4s 8d to got rid ota ton of garbago A combina cent stafnps Now deal mo a pair of donees tion of rollers and other apparatus haB Tho cljrk passed out tho 2 cent been dovised that can burn tho garbago at 24 cents 1 shilling per ton and gen- Â¬ stamps I- soo you understand - tho gamu era to steam sufficient to run enough dynamos to light tho entiro city London said- tho man Yep sad tho clerk Anto up can thus savo S 8d on each ton and Tho man placed 7 cents on tho shelf I in addition illuminato tits city without My pot said tho clorki hascoop cost Garbage by a machine called tho dust- destructor is converted into clink- Â¬ od it in t J Tho men smiled as thoy ported ers which con bo used for roadwavs as stonoifor sidewalks and as Now York Commercial i artificial sand for mortar anil cement In Paris Nutrition For Jpnsumntlves j tho invisible particles of iron worn Tho following is recommended as from wheels and from tho shoes of horses aro rescued by passing powerful food that would bo nutritious for ono f suffering from ehronio consairtptieu maguota through thoswoopings smco ordinary foods had bOcdmo repug nant Onq hard boiled egg which whoa A Vision of the Future pressed through a siovo Clarence King formerly chief of tho porfoctly cold is so that tho albumen and hard yolk may United Statos geological survey eaya to Tho timo is not far distant when I bo thoroughly triturated then add heaping n man can start out of Denvor and this by thorough Btirring two travel to Klondiko stopping every night tablospoonluls or poriectiyToasteu pea nuts Nvhich havo been ground or cho I at a mining camp Already two Ameri In- Â¬ can stamp mills aro pounding away on jadrvery fino This will mako 1 two 1 a rn tho borders of tho strait of Magollan termediate meals say ono at and tho day is approaching when a and ono at 4 p m A cracker or gluss chain of mining camps will extend from of hot milk will help th ingestion and HygienioGa Capo Horn to St Michaels I boliovo socuro perfoct nutrition wo aro about to enter upon a century zotte Too Much Eloquence which will open up vast resources and In a recent interview with Mark will bo tho grandest tho earth has over kuowu Bof oro tho cud of tho twentieth Twain tho followiug amusing story was century the traveler will enter a sleep Â¬ elloltod It Boeins that Twain onco went ing car at Chicago bound via Bering to hoar a missionary leoturer who had strait for St Petersburg and tho worked among tho poor Tho snoakor Ho drew a picture of a K dream of Governor Gilpin will bo real Was eloquent starving family that brought tears from ized his audlenco and Mark Twain who Slang happened to havo f6ilr 100 bills with Tho difforenco between ancient and him said to himself Ill givo ono of modern slang was amusingly illustrated thoso bills whon tho plate comes round Tho preacher continuud his story bo iu a receut incident at tho Chautauqua assembly when tho teachor of English caimVmoro plteousaud iurrowiug aud litcraturo asked What is tho mean Â¬ Mark Twain said Ill sparo two of ing of tho Shakespearian phraso Go thoso bills But still tho talo of wooVwcnt on tho and ft member of tho class replied f tor Oh that is only Uio sixtooutu century agony aiKumulatlug anM accumulating cclaiuicd For expression of tho modern term Como until Murk Twain goouuess sauo sona time piato rouna bo Tho two phrasos whilo appar roff ently apposite do iu fact substantially that I can pour my- sympathy into it pnean the samo thing Chicago Chron tI41givo all fpur niUs and Ill writo a check too v jWle- But tho loeturcr rath Overdid it c f A Natural Inference Ho went on talkittaud talking Did you hea what Wbimptona llt- Â¬ said Mark Twain as he told tho story tlo boy said whea they showed him the and as ho talked my enthusiasm calmed twlUsVf and calmed and thq red flush of my Noj what was It sympathy becaiuo paler aud paler Aud Ho said There mammas been get Â¬ when ho had been talking about half ting bargains again Colliers on hour Iliad saved ono of thoso bills Weekly and when ho had talked flva bninute moro two of those hlllS werp nilr oaly agaiu and when ho had bcpii talking an If Is an extraordinary fact v two presidents wcro born between April hour I had won all four back and by and October Tho record by mouths is gosh whea he Anally dlifc send that its follows January 2 February 8 plato rouud I borrowed 10 cowWoutof April 1 July 1 J August 1 March H to pay my car fue home October 8 November 4 December 3 VetllfeMMM Cast te Oriel In RussU women booskold4M YOt on nymnMmt It hint tor all eleelivq MHoatu twsl on til JostJ sssVVy SB WtJsMC Ms IssMK SfaM th jPhiiadnlnhU Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ T - The Tender rasslon cook who was on tho wholo n very good pcrvant Sho had been educated in tho publio schools and could writo by putting a copy book boforo her and picking out lotter by letter thoso sho wanted to uso This took a good deal of time but sho was sensi ble enough to chooso her times so tho practice was not as objectiouablo as With most of thorn whoso passion for letter writing is so groat that it is in Â¬ dulged in at all times regardless of duty Ono oycnlrig overy ouo had gouo out and Lctty was loft to lock tho houso and go homo I camo bomb first and found on tho sideboard un immcuso pa Â¬ per bag I know at onco it must havo been forgotten by Lotty who lived at a distauco and so thrust my hand in to soo if thcro was anything ill it to spoil Fruit and cakes wcro in ft but my hand encountered a box such as jowol ers soil fiuo rings in I opened it of courso to know if it contained any val Â¬ uables A portion of her hair had been soaked in perfumed greaso and braided fiuo and tight to tho length it could bo stretched tiod with bluo ribbon and colled ring shape It rested on a picco pf paper on which was written My jloarest I send you a lark of- my hair and lot not any ono else lay tho woight of thoir finger upon it I read no fur Â¬ ther in tho lovo note shut and put back tho box but that lark of hair was an interesting proof how much aliko hu- man naturo is in all sorts and condi- Â¬ tions of moii and women Orleans Timcs Dcrhocrat - I I mJ- I hud a colored Â¬ Â¬ rather lflco looking fellow very uoatly dressed and apparently on tho alert to uo gaiiant to any iauy who migut Hap pen to run across his path His oppor tunity camo along very shortly when a pretty young woman sat down bcsldo him Ho took n sly unobtrusivo survey of her faco and figuro and ill tho courso of his observations his oyo rested upon a dainty bit of linen and laco lying on tho floor near tho edgo of her gown Tho young lady had dropped her hand kcrchiof thought tho gallant and ho promptly proeeodod to rcstoro it to her Ho srooped over and grasped tho dell cato fabric Tho noxt moment thcro wasft slight ripping noiso and tho gal- Iniif lilncliltitf -uw wu-r wuu0 fnrlntlalv Trnln lRoil lita tinlfl riTiiii flm lil nf Innn fwlrrnfl 1tinn Tho young woman looked daggers at him whilo tho other passengers snickered I aw beg pardon stammer ed tho unhappy young man I didnt know it was your aw I thought it Tho young was your handkerchief womans noso assumed an upward tilt and sho hid tho damaged liugcrio under tho edgo of her outer skirt Tho gallant left tho carat tho noxt cros3 street Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Subsidized Ilotels In Norway Somo friends who havo just returned from a tour iu out of tho way parts of Norway tell mo of a capital hotel sys- Â¬ tem in voguo thero which might bo adopted with advantago In somo parts logo whero no hotel oxists somo ouo of the moro prominent inhabitants is sub Â¬ Â¬ of Scotland and Ireland In overy vil sidized by tho Norwegian government and in return is bound to provldo accommodation for not less than four travelers Ho may tako iu moro if ho My chooses but four is tho minimum friends limdof frequent uso of theso sub sidized hostelrlos and aro cnthusiastlo concerning tho oxcellcnco Of tho accommodation and fowl supplied I did not gather whether tho tariff was regulated by government but I prcsumo it is Anyway tho charges aro absurdly moderate Norway owos much of her prosperity to tourists and sho certainly treats them well Sketch Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ GLACIERS PLOWED THIS PATHWAY TO THE KLONDIKE This blrdsoyo view of tho route to Dawson City via tha Chllknt pns and tht of gold hunt lakes Rives a vivid Idea of tbo wild country throuRh which tho army Tho sketch shows tho roulo from era Is now strUDsllnU to roach tho treasure fields tho head ot navigation on Lake Bennett to Dnwson Â¬ When to Uso Wood Aslies Foolish Stan Why do you think him such Ho asked me to marry him courso I refused tho first timo didnt havo scuso enough to city for a long while and who during her nbsenco received tbo sad news of tho death of tho husband of ouo of her inti mato friends upon her return hastened to call upon tho bereaved widow to extend her sympathy and condolence My dear I am so sorry to hear of your husbauds death said tho lady with u suspicious break ih her voice and you know dear how much I sympathize with you Yes I know yon do It is awful to havo your husband taken away and ho did not lcavo mo a cent of iusnrunco either said tho widow bursting into tears Toledo Blado Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tho Slid Part A lady who has been away from tho nfool and of and he ask me again Chicago Post A Curious Indian Dr Chauucoy M Dopow tolls how after tho Pawnee Indians had oxtermi uatcd tho Crows whon ho was a boy ho journeyed f rom Pcckskill to Now York to seo tho groat Pawnoo war chief who was being exhibited at Baruums It happened to bo tlio 17th of March said Mr Dopow and as tho parade passed tho museum tho baud playing Tho Wearing of tho Green tho great Fawnco war chief rushed to tho window and exclaimed to tho medicino man In our opinion tho very best way to apply wood ashes is to broadcast tbom after plowing aud thoroughly harrow them into tho soil Wo would do this In caso of meadows or boforo planting grain it is of courso impossible to ap- Â¬ ply ashes in this way In such caso we would broadcast tho ashes iu spring if Tbo praa possible beforo growth starts tico of applying ashes to young clover after harvesting the grain is often followed and gives good results ou tbo crop but to obtain tbo greatest benefit to tho soil ashes or limo should bo har- Â¬ rowed in Ashes contain considerable lime thcreforo their action on tho soil is much the somo as that of limo Itural Now Yorker Â¬ if I I3cdad Moiko loso my job Ill sco Exchange Â¬ that procession A Dame School In Euclaud 1837 Oil n perch forming a trlanglo with tho corner of tho room sat a cock and two hens Under a stump bed immediately beneath was a dog kciiuol in tho occupation of threo black terriers whoso barking added to the noiso of tho children and tho cackling of tho fowls on tho approach of ft stranger was almost deafening Thero was only ouo small window at which sat tho teacher ob structing throe fourths of tho light it Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ You cant cure consumption hut yon can avoid it and cure overy oth- - r form of throit and lung Iroibe by thn tin of Ono Minute Couyh Cure Short Is This the Oldest Tree Tho citizens of Dijon Franco recently voted a tax for putting a railing Ifaynes around a treo which stands within tho Tho treo bears a label city limits which informs tho sightseer that it is tho oldest poplar iu Franco Tho town council has a record tracing tho history of tho treo sinco tho year 732 A D It is 122 feet In height and 45 feet In cir cumfercuco at tho base Morning Tho Loudon Echo gives a list of largo landowners in Australia One of them has G20000 acres another 1200 000 a third 8000000 whilo the Uniou bank owns no fowcr than 7800000 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full Thickest Coal Seam Tho thickest known coal seam In tho world is tho Wyoming near Twin creek in tho Green river coal basin Wyoming It is 80 foot thick and up ward of 300 feet of solid coal undorlies Â¬ After Luka Jautjo tho Bcchuonaland chief bad been killed iu tho attack by tho Capo forces ou his camp his head was cut off by a British soldier at the ordor of his superior officer MADE TABLBTS POSITIVELY ME A MAN AJAX 4000 Heresy Â¬ Tho Russians aro colonizing tho whole pf their vastf Asiaujiossessious and carrying with them overy whero tho mir or self govorulns village wherein worn en who aro heads of households aro perÂ¬ mitted to vote On statistics macists it is estimated that thero aro in Paris alone at least SO 000 victims of tho niorphiiii habit You cannot always tell whether your It goods aro all wool or mixed goods makesnodifTerencBif you me Putnam Fadeless Dyrs They color everything Sold by W E Brown Irvington They qulcklu and turelu cretloni restore LcMt Vitality In old or young and fltamaa for study business or marriage rrevent insanity ana ixmsn million it ukMnin titr m ThnlrtiHA shnwi lrarnedlnta fmrimva ment and effects a CUKE 7her all other fall In They sist upon hating the genuine Ajnx Tablets hare cured thousands and willoureyou We sire a posÂ¬ itive written guarantee to effect a cure Eft PTC in each case or refund the money Price wU If I wiper pacltaaej or sU plrnes full treatment for fifiO liy malL in plain wrapper upon receipt of price ircnlar CU1JE M4 iicnuu jMrusr f allium luuui- ory lm potency HleepleHineM etc oaased by Abuse or other EicetM and Indlt 1 Breckenridge News SXsXS furnished by tho phar Â¬ AJAX REA1EDYCO Inr Snl- - In Clovcrpnr Ky Short A Ilnj ni IlriiBKlKlN At the Law Office of by V G BABBAGE IN 11ARDINSDURO J C BUSH D D S Cannelion Ind You Can Get A Deed Mortgage or any writ ton instrument drawn Rent buy or sell a piece of land Collections mado and remit ances prompt Copying done on the Call graph tbe best type writer in the world Office on 6th St n4 Dontlilry In all Its ranches p aetlccd all operations p rformel n tbo mnrt skilful manner at prices to suit tbe time Crown and Hrlde Work a specialty ettracted Positively Without Pain HI Teeth WINIBSMITHS During a third of a century has never failed to drive out all blood Impurities out Coniilnlo Dental ltnotn In Sntiltioniltidlnmi J RATC6 fw no- Mtur ig looatsd The Time Tested Certain cure for scrofula pimples bolls Iu fact the time tested spring medicine Sold by druggists and mercnants everywhere SARSAPARILLA t r I J DR MENDENHALLS IMPROVED v riLfiLA3IL - T - iVZWi rs zZr siiJvf QV 5XiJ iVY ri I0HNS0N VILLF fi ie --t- rw 1 CHL MD FEVER COBB B00K SEEPIKO Enoai nAD TZLEGLCE7 rSlTiBMir SIC HB Who desires to better his or hnr ronditon in life should vViltc foi tho Catalou cf tho UzxMyw t BRYANT to W iOttTHIUD dtItKBa- STRAY TO tiOU13VIilS - us eLSSaa Health Depends Upon Your Teeth Being in Order Good atJAlUNTEED TO CUBE Us- - And Malsrla In all Forms TasttskW Nob seaulsa without the above picture and Hut signature or J O MtDciunlmll CHILLS AND FEVER 80 onta at all Dealws PREPARED ONLY BY Prlc aBia J O EVAWrVILLE MENlKNIXAJLili IND We fully realize your thoughts when the idea of having dental work done comes but rievertlwl they must havn attention nnd the sooner tht txrtttr We are prepared to do your work with gnwtvuttt to give satisfaction at exceedingly low price be at Irvington on Wednesday and fhurftday atar w W will fourth Monday of tach month It U to your interest to consjtUt gold by SHORT ft HAY NWS HiJIDIN WILDBR BmadeikmrK Ky fi HRH9 rilDGE WIWCIKDAY find ISews de of things gained by brain and brawu and then throw into the common fund of humanity wiw aw vtra ipUMWW rj SMttfeatottllt KY GREGORY OCTODEK 27 1867 FLOCK PELLVILLE I From the Wool Record FLEECE j m jchiK9 Mete art rf ihla j wni prnn Tiers va - a CO KENTW4CY Lty lamMiii Thouyhti IT by Dave 8 Everybody sowing wheat Shm Woel Apple crop is almost a failure Every bod s milch cows are going dry Tho potatoes either Irish or sweet for Mom Ojthich TiiouaitTa Thoiong lf Med frlBil o seedy milliners with sate In this country hhi downy thighs and tufted Ull ia Fewer hogs being fattened here than called ia agala to point a moral by means ever was known before ol that silly head which he bobs Into the Rev Charles Morrison of Oklahoma sand to abut out all eight of the world Unlike Lira his human counterpart was here Saturday and Sunday Tabor Sff ranges through tveiy climate unfeatb There will bo several deceived can ered and unhonored Some even are in didates in this county next week your community Let us at them and The debating society here excels be done with our bird pointer forawhlle anything of its kind we have been to V Thou money lover with not only head down behind a few ring log coins through a world whose beau ties and noblest Joys are to thee invisible the avenger is stealthily approaching A little twirgi of pain somewhere a little numbness In your brain a great deal of turnirg hither and thither to but heart bent famed physicians what are these but warnings of your fate Your tiny heap seems so important to you that you thrust away the very thought of death and feverishly desire to feel forever tho magic thrill of wealth within your grasp You long to got more you build it up around you like a wall Fool I Help by wealth you may fly on the wing of the morning to tho uttermost parts of the earth but swifter than the shadow of an eclipse the arrow of death will reach you and then what have you The heap that you trusted in as a fortress with trouble proof bastions will not save you from the glazing eye and rattling throat the clammy sweat and the vague picking at the bed clothes These are yours by a common humanity and when they come to you nothing material can be taken away Into the darkness Some- Â¬ thing cannot be taken away from noth- Â¬ ing your life is nothing as you have lived it You will close your eyes and lie lifeless beside the beloved wealth that has already closed your eyes to the needs of the palpitating world of misery But do I Intimate that only ordinary death experiences will come to you 7 Nay if I do I He for there will be an outstretching of other eager hands to Â¬ ward your golden heap they are even now waiting for your Ueath in order to scramble for your possessions and as likely as not behind fragments of your souls all will crouch another generation of fools Is that all No for if you love wealth more than kindness if you gather from oppression if you wrong and cheat in order to rake more and more around you your memory will be crusted over with gangrenous hatreds Pleasant and wonderfully useful though money may be have you indeed chosen the better part of it in contenting joui self with acquisition Under the effort your bead with its noble powers is bowed lower even than the animals who by getting give and having done all Btand to serve humanity But you get and give not and the fervlce of human- Â¬ ity in any form is out of your range of vision your head is too low Â¬ The Republicans hero dont see tholr way quite so clear since Ashcraft with drew The new merchant Mr Hayes and his now goods shine as bright as a new crocs cut saw The canvass in this county has been the squalliest one for years and we pre- Â¬ dict those who squalled the most will be defeated most Frank Leiboevitz of Hawesville was hero last week moving his canned fruit and preserves His wife had put up about 75 gallons J D Moseloy and family of Curdsville last visited his brother M Moseley week and went to Hardlnsburg and Kirk to visit other relatives Dave Murray always puta himselt in where he is not wanted but Davy we will beat you if we can and if we cant heros to you the man who looks like us Miss Jennie Patterson is up and travel- Â¬ ing over the county now at a rapid rate Her opponent said in a speech here lately tbat she had not the claim on tho people he had from tho fact she lived in Breckinridge county until a few years ago While she lived there she was a near noighbor to us and enough formed her acquaintance to learn sho is the one to superintend the schools in this county for a teim GARRETT P T Noel was here Wednesday J M Tindall went to Brandenburg Saturday Bob Ensor of Ekron was here Monday buying stock Mrs Maggie Saunders of Owensboro is visiting in this neighborhood Miss Lula Crutcher came home Friday from Vine Grove and returned Monday Miss Alma Ritchie of Paynesville is visiting in this neighborhood this week Mrs Keys returned home Monday after some weeks stay with her parents Mrs Grade Roberts of Ekron was the guest of her mother Mrs Burch Satur- Â¬ day Misses Foushee and Burch were the guests of Miss Ida Bell Shacklett Sun Â¬ day James Ricketts and family were the gueaU of J C Crutcher and sister Sun Â¬ day Miss Maggie Payne was the guest of the Misses Miles Saturday night and Sunday Mrs 0 P Si pea and children wero the guests of Mrs Buckler and family Monday Henry Milen and sisters Delia and Murt went to Grayson county Friday to visit friends Several men from here went to Bran Â¬ denburg Thursday to hear the Hon Blackburn speak Mr Charley Caldman and family of Brandenburg were the guests of W B Mattingly and family Sunday Will Foushee and wife were the guests of France Ritchie and family Saturday night and attended the Literary society Â¬ Thou fashionable woman hiding thy nakedness behind frumperles that change with the changing day content ing thyself with a world limited by pat- Â¬ terns and rounded out by flounces thou art also among the ostriches Prinking and pruning and philandering covered with the products of creatures more gen- Â¬ tle and with flowers more fair than yourself you go your way as though the body was more important than the mind neglectful of the fact that the mind adorned and the spirit sweetly and gent- Â¬ ly cultivated will last long after the skin has wrinkled and the eyes have lost their sparkle Compared with the fa- Â¬ bric of your mind your body is but a basting thread Yet behind a contempt- Â¬ ible hillock of clothes you bow your beautiful head until you no more seethe wide world of noble womanhood to which you are surely called How self Â¬ ish you are Your father needs must deck you though his aged head calls for rest you cry Give give to both father and husband not that you may make any return either to them or to the world You circle around your self you admire yourself you get pleas- Â¬ ure In humbling those lees gorgeous Do you call that living Can you by any stretch of your perverted mind sat Â¬ isfy yourself that your powers were given you juBt to fulfill the function of a drees form If It were all bent wires with cillcia covering could fill your place in the world Silly ostrich when the avenger reaches you and your place knows you no more forever what will you leave Clothes whereat even the servants will flout in a little while Up- Â¬ on my soul life is not worth the effort of living if that is all it can be made to bring forth 1 1 A few weeks ago the editor was ta en with a very severe cold that caused him to be in a most miserable condition It was undoubtedly a bad case of lagrippe and recognizing it as dangerous he took immediate stops to bring about a speedy of From the advertisement cure Chamberlains Cough Remedy and the many good recommendations included therein we concluded to make a first trial of the medicine To aay that it was satisfactory in its results is putting it very mildly indeed It acted like magic and the result was a speedy and per manent cure We have no bealtancy in recommending this excellent Cough Remedy to anyone afflicted with a cough or cold in any form The Banner of Liberty Libertytown Maryland The Better Than Klondike 25 and 50 cent sizes for sale by A R What Is the Klondike what are a Fisher Cloverport and R A Shellman score of Klondlkes to the productive Stephensport soil of a country like this asks an ex ealc The Oreatest Ride In History A territory of 27000 square miles comprising Washington Idaho and Oregon as they are to day wet saved to the Union by one pan He had the courage and heroism to rideonmuleback ST for three thousand miles The ride was thrilling the trials and hardships mar volous the result a glorious one The whole story beautifully Illustrated will be given In the November issue of The Ladles Home Journal under the title When Dr Whitman Added Three Stars Bold by SHORT HA7NES to Our Flag the closing and most in Â¬ Tho Reaaon tensely Interesting article in the Journals lond their song successful series of GrOat Personal Why do the night birdsthe whole nlghi long Ta mournful number Events The first women to cross the List to their song and the words the triU they Rockies figure In the story which proves Though New York Sunday Journal beyond a doubt hat they preceded Fremont the Pathfinder by six years Tetter Salt Rheum and Eczema The intense itching and smarting Inci Â¬ J O Berry ono of the beet known dent to these diseases Is instantly allayed citizens of Spencer Mo testifies that he by applying Chamberlains Eyo and Many very bad cases cured himself of the worst kind of piles Skin Ointment have been permanently cured by it It by using a few boxes of DaWitts Witch Is equally efficient for itching plies and Hazel Salve He had been troubled a favorite remedy for sore nipples frost with piles for over thirty years and had chapped hands chilblains eta per bites box and chronic sore eyes 25 used many different kinds of medicine but DeWitta was the one that did the Dr Cadyg Condition Fowders are work and he will verify this statement just what a horse needs when m bad blood purifier condition if any one wishes to write him Short vermifuge Tonic are not food and but They Haynes The Usefulness of Sheep medicine and the best in nee to put a Price 25 horse in prime condition Sheep are tho moat profitable stock on cents per package tho farm As a friend told the writer the other day They are because they Why Rent When You Can Own are double headers and aro not liable to You rent year alter year and have no cholera or any otheriincurable or pre- Â¬ Louisville Ky Oct 25 1897 farm when you get through The land- Â¬ ventable disease They aro the most lord has your money and the farm at the profitable for more reasons than one In Shipper shoald mark all packages plainly end of the year We offer 7011 Ohio the first place they do not require so River Bottom landln Ballard county one much food that has cost labor as do other with iMp XT aara kad poit oflea address of the best counties in Kentucky on the kinls of stock They aro not very great BUTTIK followlngreasonable terms grain eaters but they are great consumers Choice country fib 18 It PLAN 7 8 SIX Mediant of hay and grass This is why they are 0 11 50 acres at 1400TEARacre 18 Creamery 70000 per so profitable Grass and hay are very 6000 Cash xaas good to keep up the fertility of the farm 2500 13 First Year 60c por acre fresh and sheep niche well In the combination 5000 Second Year 100 per acre JHATHBRB 10000 Third Year 200 per acre without very much trouble A small Prim while foese H 1J250O Fourth Year f2 flock on the farm is nearly all profit for Mixed it Filth Year 30050 per acre 160 00 per acre it Sixth year 100 per 4cre they are kept so easily that there is little Old 1 00 00 No II dak else required in keeping them than POpiiTRT 700 00 Total cost ol 50 acres would otherwise go to waste Do not liens per id M This land produced the past season ol understand us to say they require noth- Â¬ Spring Chlektni per K i 10 1890 SO bushels ol corn per acre and 5 ing for they do but we mean to say that n ir s - Ik of Early Potatoes Geese per doi bill acres bushels or Itose bnshels to produced a small flock can be kept on a farm stock- Â¬ 400 the acre 2000 10 acres ol Yellow Prior Tobacco made ed with other kinds of stock and they Irish per barrel POTATOES new 1 75 J 01 an average of 1200 lbs to the acre which will almost live on the weeds and grasses New Laa brought in the market 5 for leaf and Sweet potatoes per bbl 10 0 Ignored by the others lugs I acre of late cabbage brought 50 From store 1 to I eta higher sold at Cairo The animal that will convert weeds Nary Beans per bushel You can raise twice as much on a good and waste into cash is a paying one It BOOTS bottom farm as in the hills and your 3 33 40 pays to have animals on the farm that ainienr wash away or wear out 21 land dont will consume the weeds to say nothing Senlca Snake There has been no drouth Pink II county this year and the crops In BallardÂ¬ are splenof the profit obtained out of the salo of Yellow 31 I did They are good every year the sheep and the wool that grows on Wild Dinger Lady Slipper We have good farms for sale on long I their backs There are many kinds of MayAppl time at bargains in Daylesa Ohio and weeds tbat would get a good start on a Blood IX McLean counties cheaper than anyone We will exchange else will sell you farm if it were not for sheep They are FIELD SXKDS Timothy per baihel 140 anv farm we have for others sure death to sour dock dandelion and Clorer per bushel 3 11 For plat and further particulars apply many other kinds of weeds that are hard Crimson Clorsrper baihel 3 51 to L Fbbeman Little over Bank Com- Â¬ 45 merce or Ilcan A Williams 214 to eradicate we nau a Held tbat was Rod Top pu baiheL 130 Third Street Owensboro Ky almost taken some years ago by morn- Â¬ Orchard Orais per bushel Bias drasi faney per bushel 81 ing glories No matter how bard we Blue Grass extra per bushel Onloa Sets Yellow per bushel 111 hoed to subdue them thev would be WhlteV 311 masters The field was put to pasture WIDW1 Green rood and sheep and when it was put to grain r Dry i It JJtf the sheep were turned in on the stubble Dry Salt good Nose bat the County Surveyor to do your flint good II Sis iete work lie Is the authorized Surveyor ol the and thoy did the rest Bleep sxlss County is an experienced worahsn and II knows his business He ts also NoUry Public If you have a lot of briers that are en- Â¬ WOOL writes Deeds and takes Ackaovledgemedts 36 aoeeei croaching on the farm lands we know of Tub washed Charges always Reasonable f Greats Inc II IS 1 no better way to eradicate them than by uurrr Address It rni the use of sheep We once put out a lot Black of blackberries in the orchard and after Â¬ Bury and O0U1 COUHTY SUftVEYOjt MISCCKLEAMIODB wards desired to get fid of them and we Tallow L HABDINSBDROKY 8 could do it no other way than by turning Beeswax 33K Sorghum Molasief 30 in the sheep They did It Last spring r FLOUR we turned a lot of brood sows in a small High grade patent 8 35 paddock of about two acres well set to Straight Patent 130 Low Oradet 4 69 blue grass They did not seem to appre- Â¬ CORK Tw Bsst Dttttal Wark in tk Git ciate the blue grass and rooted a great No 3 Mixed at store 39 38 deal We harrowed it down level but No 3 Whlte 39 tj jo OATS OT TJXTK 5700 weeds came instead of grass in the root- Â¬ BUT No 3 ti Sn hntrnr mmla ed places and last week we turned in the No 3 White sheep and in one day they had it cleaned No 3 Mixed OaU 31 Honest charges for all other work v m up except a few of the woodiest of No I We guarantee satisfaction stalks Another trial like this will clean No 3 Long Berry WHEAT Teeth made in one day them all up It seems to us that no No 3 Red No 3 Teeth eztraoted without pain a farm Is complete without a few sheep RYB Exchange No 3 Western LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS The floece registers the shepherd care Healthy well fed sleep produce a strong bright eyen fiber It Is said that oats stimulate wool production and at usual prices they make a very profita ble food Many of the best clips are grown with Â¬ out shelter the exposure evidently being conduct vo toilnenesa of the wool but the food expended to supplying animal boat which should be preserved by shelter is so much loss to the shepherd and so much drain on the vitality of the sheep Sheep protected from the rains shear raoro than thoso unsheltered After the sheep aro washed If washlrg is considered desirable they should not be shorn until sufficient oil has accumu lated to give the wool Its natu al luster In shearing care should be taken to keep the flaece whole All tagt should be removed the floece should be spread upon a table shorn side down and pushed together until it is as dense as it was upon the sheep Fold the neck part back until the fine wool at the sholders can be seen next turn In the sides and then roll from the tall toward the head into a neat compact roll To facilitate handling in gardlng it Is necessary to tie the fleece which should be don6 with two strings one tied tightly around tho fleece each way It pays to pack wool neatly and in at- Â¬ tractive shape as the presence of tags or too much twine inevitably arouses sus- Â¬ picion in tho buyer which cannot fail to effect the price Ohios supremacy has been due to strict attention to details and the ability to put upon the market wool of the best quality in the finest con- Â¬ dition and a general effort on the part of wool growers throughout the country will enable other States to profit by her example and emulate her progress In this direction The Wool Record Â¬ Wheat 650000000 bushelf at 1 550000000 Cora 2000000000 bushels at 30 cents 720000000 oats 660000000 bushels at 25 ceBts 90000000 barley 00000000 bushels at 6 cents 934000000 ryq 30000000 bushels at 67 cents 17 100000 cotton 800000 baW at 8 ceata n Miunu ur v a otiir uvluuiuuu l ne total for six products a 1801100000 Nearly 2000000000 for tit staple crops I What would the total be if we could add all the other crops 7 The watermelon crop alone or the turnip crop or the bay croppr the product of eggs cucumbers tomatoes or fruits or any one of a dozen otW things would put the Klondike or any other gold field to shame The surest way to ret gold out of the earth Is to cultivate1- the coll Wool Record - Thh WWrff Ifetabttt AMh Msteefc -- rWrass r 2Xirl yi slSSMWJ t- - -- Vui mat Ej wf Man Was Polsoned WhH it nillo Trrl chtu Wnlei l9kl k MtTRPMT Ical AgeaU J BEST TRAINS - rVRfnni nliTnH W1fl 111 SiUwtfi IH Dealt rala CftHij Q otiml T H 71 i m Kansas City Hocifiu -- ncS4r M t dforafa Pacific Coast r ww -- 1 jt m -- BELL OJVc J 1 UUnWashinetoROnaluL St Paul Nabraska Black -- Doers Saab Blinds Yellow Hue Fleer lag and Ceiling Weather Boarding Shtsglea Salt Lime Oeneat FketeriBg Plaster Lath Hair Flow Haadlee Bricks te EtttawtH FwrnMiMl far lalMlaf IrtMlRi Material ftpsassg --i But viA lis - a4 St Louis or Chicago VESTIIOLED TRAINS- BANK v SLEEPS MAM r m DIMM ejfttS OARS 0 V AofMTSTtouia mo tav HOWARD ELLIOTT OirL MOfl IT LOUIS MO i W WAKKLCV OCirLIASrR QTtT LOUIS H nuao EAELIliTSBUEG B BKARD J H Hunsche rreildeat WILL MILLKR Vloe Preeldent H BKARD Oasaltr W BKARD 1 Director The TAILOR with Casper Alay KaUo-dld-- Will be in Clover port on the 2d and 4th INTEREST PAID 8M TIME DEPOSITS Friday of every montji Is your bealtb Toorrmpplneis our airennli YOUR FORTUNE Is MORRIS XSKRIDOK J RM JOLLY Co4 IND OANNELTON Keep the Head nad Thront clear and bealthr and roar wind and brain Is always at ret and ease OTjaHMANa M JUITHOI 1NHAXEK ll tss rellf to mankind In all head troubles oo sokb ofCatarrh ca- Â¬ dis Thmt TAlKH Its rate etwrui odorIn appears br ne WonderfnlCUSH MANS liar Kererana Asthma nr BUT ONsVT ms rr 11 rr a If th nil set ll mnlMm efi se WI a a CO Cfwuil tnesuis no J a a vim thkoat ti ae nit HOW TO TRAVEL B O TIUVEIE S W KY TjABXjE Henderson Route LouiTilli Trains leave Louisville as follows O B East S W RAILWAY CInclnnatl and tha SU Louis and the West Etiiinoa St Loth V 7U Co Time Card la Effect Junt 20 East Bound Lv St Louis Bvansvllle Henderson SpottsvMe Owensboro IlawesrOI Clorerport Stephensport Irvlneton Brandenburg West Bound No 4JIN0 44 N B 4 7 Mem 6 53am 3 30pm T 13 246 738 945 Ill 917 3opra 37 344 440 503 522 803 624 745 2i5m i0 SM 400 510 535 557 617 SO SSpra 4 50 1007 1045 f ArrLouliflll 1112 12 No so No 6 No iS Lv Loulsvile 8 sjara a 35am 2 45pm Ar Cincinnati 645am si 55am 605pm Ar Columbus 1115am 5 55pm 1105pm S jpm Ar Pittsburg 7 jam Ar Washington 650am 11 loam s 2opm Ar Baltimore 750am Ar Philadelphia 1015am 340 pm Ar New York le aonn 5 55pm Ar Boston 3 oopm 9 05pm Nraln No 16 has elepant Pullman Buffet Parlor to Cincinnati and Drawing room Sleeper and Car dining cars Cincinnati to Washington Baltimore Philadelphia and New York without change Train No 18 has elrgant Pullman Partor Car to Cincinnati and Pullman Drawing room and dinlstg cars Cincinnati to New York without change Train No so has sleepers to Cincinnati oped at 9 oclock to receive passe pgeis St Leuli Springfield and the West 45 7 isam 8 40pm Ar Springfield 9 33am North Vernon accomodation leaves al 7 15 a m No 4I No 4 rjo t-- Lv Loulirllle ArrStLouU Brandenburg Inrln ton Stephensport Cloverport Hawesvllle Owensboro Spottsvlile Henderson Evansvllle 70m S51 1011 915 951 7 20 450pm 423pro 609 93 643 952 1021 1018 1058 1148 1 Ar St Louis dally Lv Louisville No so la 3000 a 35am No 16 813am 640pm No 44 8aopm 1035 1135 1217pm 1240 115 732 759 804 905 947 1010 1040 1223am 6 Cnarlestown accommodation leavca at 3 30 p pi except Sunday Trains Not 16 so and 44 have elegant day coaches Pullman parlor and sleeping cars to St Louis tl 15 V20 A 1 trains run through Solid to Evahsvllle Throufh parlor ears and Pullman sleepers ou all trains between St Louts Evansvllle and Louis- Â¬ ville Numbers 41 and 42 connect at Irvlartoa for Fordavllle and Hardlnsburg daQv except ouadav II C MORDUEA G PaI Louisvllli Ky YOU SHOULD L H St L EMPLOY h forisfllle Bruch 10 From West 7 sea m ta 15 p m 640pm City Ticket office southeast corner Fourth and Main streets Depot Seventh end river For detail Information regarding rates tine on connecting lines sleeping parlor dining cars etc 11 S BROWN address O S W Ry District Pass ft Ticket Agent B 4th and Main Louisville Ky M CHESSBROUGII or J General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio O B WAHFEL Assistant General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio is From Bast 7 S3 a ra3 so sum TRAINS ARRIVE 13 am is 13 noon 640 p m TIME TAKE Ne TAKING EFFECT MAY 30 W7 a CHINTZ ROYALTY West Bound Trains Bast Bound Trala Dally I Dally Daily I Dally ex Sun ex Sun STATIONS ex Sua ex Sua I No 2 No 5 Nol Ne 10 50am Lv Irvlnrtea Ar 9 oSasa 11 35 1140 1147 1155 OarBeld JJlHii Safety Coin fort 1210pm 1136 1336 1366 Hardlnsburf Junction Kirk olly Olaadcaae Junction- - Hsrted 1 00 TeC 106 165 305 3 16 330 arFalliBenflv Dempster Dempster 737 T27 717 e 7 fit 660 630 r 630 666 5 r Iioiii Tut and Jla MisBetween - Paoket Line Mall Rockvali Rata Asxlaa - 6S HI Oahe f INlt 6 3S 5M SOSes 3ea Liiiivlllc H ATKnrJsvilrv ea Louisville and Evansville STEAMERS nsro TaklM Wft jMHseJ lYaM 43 toii r Lents Itft J B G BAGON M Ryaa Matter W A Bishop Parser M TIMX SCHIDULI Affect TAEASOON P L Peenj Master R L T Ooaaer Poner B bl Shoulder Clear rib tides Clear side Lard la tierces- ONIONS BACON ItSiShtkklJhiiijliijJ Matt JesMsl Mail -- S37 TELL CITY 8 Ballard Muter W Newbell i 1 9J1I ge 8 - FOURTH Oter Avenue Theatre AVBNUm Porm ABERDEEN ANGUS Prlie Winning- Cow and Ball of the Hornless Black Brood A New York reporter Vtkmotu - M- - Oh How Lit argclyt Let lifes current flow IIke genrous flood from winter now Full iwilt and strong nor light bent By any small Impediment 1 he narrow mind i like the strcsm That sparklet bright In summers gleams Hut tiny rocks or fallen tree Will rheck Its journey toward the sea Wherefore bok wide and lesrn to live On heights which true perspective give So nothing- - trivial shall bide The clear horizon stretching wide writing up a Thankful V SilieiSWS8fii J 4K gj Mall LOUISVILLE KY Bxpra Kxprs temeaUr the NUMBER and NAME ot Dally Dally oflicej PD Dally 666 STAGGS STATIONS pW CMX3B0ja ebS9 IrUan ptar Kentucky Wejt Poat Howard Wlllowdale Rock Haven Lour Branch Brsndenburr Ekroa Gustea Irvlagtea Webster Lodrsu ir SHeBkaaVspoft Dally Kt Lift up your heads 0 ye ostriches I Peep out with blinking eyes from beÂ¬ hind your fades and your foibles Raise your head oa high where they belong and then look at life as a whole with a due Hwa of proportion impotable be Â¬ fore when yoa were so sear the ground That bo one cares Whatdo youkara foryotsao log ai yoa care only for yoaiMlIj tbevtttM love of your fellows is totefrht witk a prirp a great price wbeJaeeJtWp-a- r ovn iwlMor MUMMil it mat lUei ami Mt CtfUMred tbat hi tWIH to a V 4toil live stock show described an Aberdeen Angus cow as a Guernsey that had been Pain Was Maddening and Hop Had Been Abandoned Wonder dehorned A reporter who undertook to wrlto concerning cattle should havo f ul Results of Purifying the deed known enough at a glanco to discover A very severe pain came in my left that the one belonged to a beet breed knee which grew worse and worse and the other to a dairy family finally a sore broke out above the knee Certainly no ouo with half on eye It discharged a great deal and the pain could fail to perceivo tho great beof from my thigh down was maddening qualities of the fine cow in tho illustra- Â¬ large hard purple spots appeared oa my leg tion She is the old Abbess of TurlingI suffered In this way for years ton in nor day the most famous Aberdeenand gave up all hope ot ever being cured -Angus dam of the American My wife was reading of a case like mine branch She attained a size remarkable cured by Hoods Bantaparllla and she for this breed Her weight at her best advised me to try it I bejan taking it was 3100 pounds showing that though and when I had used a few bottles I they mature quickly the blaok hornless found relief from my suffering Ob cattle are capable of growing as heavy how thankful I am for this relief I I am as any other beef breed stronger than I have ever been In my Ufa The second picture shows another oa I am la the beat of health have a good of these middle belt Abcrdoea Angw appetite and am a new man altogether cattle a champion bull 3 years old Ha J P Moose Lisbon Fall Mains ia a wodel animal his body showing perfect staoothness With his short lags ad heavy body be carries alaaoat as utacb meat to weight of U sm as a lathe keet ht taet U Om Tnie JHo4 PuewW hog - v - rrrm r - -- r -u Â¬ Dally except Set onlay between LoahTllle aad Mew AoasUrdam Trelgkt skipped bj this Ike 0eHTer4 qalek e Utaa by rail Travelen will find the tteaBSM are nnsar la eqalpmsnt aad aeeemaiodatlMf Tke bert oaUaary are employed m eoeki aad k auaa Is ejatl to that of the beet hoUIl eaeral oSeM ITS aad ITS 4th Aveou funi Vj 3 Footwear from mud IVwaaVrWe i 8aal IPKT OV Cteverpott Adotsoo MoK Shops William T P A OifnnJ fk WyrHITB Pre - Jjr V An extensive and varied line in all etylee JL nobby Shoe for the ladies for Worth 140 98c Protect Your Childrens Feet Some good values are awaiting your arrival In heavy goods we have pur Â¬ chased just the thiag Garry in your mind the faot that the prioe will fee as low as any or our competitors Waltaaa 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tfettBfe Breckenridge News 27 1897 imrDGfigNBvsr eKJs vfe Mn iwnf WEDEN8DAY OOTOBEK m Fresh Creamery Butler Suitors New lino of ladies shoes at Vests to- Â¬ day New line of ladles sliosat Vests toÂ¬ day New line of ladles to day shoes at Vests sr y - - R sIP i Plant Kale Seed now have greens fell winter Suzors erHS Woman has llireo weapons flitter Now braid IrlrnnilrigB Suztb food and flirtation The boats will soon be out rgiln Mr 0 W Moorman is confined to his Beo It in tlio News count it aa being bod with mnrlarla fever BO MtB V G Babbage arrived from Hard foggy morn- Wo aro now lenjojlng Insburg yesterday evening togs Mr and Mrs Wm Bahlie spent Sat Â¬ The City Council mceta next Monday urday in Louisville shopping night Farmers are forming combines In Tex Â¬ Try the sweet cucumber pickles at as to protect the cotton growers Suiters Mr Alfred OjIzs went to Frankfort Geo Baker went to Hnrdlnsburg yesterday to attend the Grand Lodge of Monday K of P Burrol Beard of Eddyvllle was in the Tho Great Northern railway has let a city Thursday contract to build a line across the State ffhls cool weather necessitates a of Minnesota change o clothing Sheriff Silas Pate was in the cljy yesBenedict Ueavin of Ilawesville was terday evening Mr Pato likes to come well now followers in the city Monday Mr D W Lewis has returned home often as the attractions are great Octobers the best out West He is from a V G Babbage of IlardlnBburg spent October is the best Its a collection of bargains worth se- Â¬ looklrg business trip well Sunday in the city eingand interesting to you even to look October is the month for me The Squire Bob Craycruft was hero to hear leaves are dying in a happy glow at the We are fixed to fill all your wants in at them this week Suzsrs Senator Blackburn and was verily touch of Autumns kisses foot wear Suiters Delicious The mission of Hoods Sarsaparilla is caught up to the Seventh Heaven All of the candidates for county offices Autumn I My soul is wedded to thee of testi- Â¬ to cure disease and thousands were in town Thursday A column of the Meade Messenger and if I were a bird 1 would fly about monials prove it fullfills its mission well the editor has kindly offered for newB the world seeking successive Autumnal It will take a good deal of water before The New York Sun contained only and Items from Brandenburg Normal and right now we are having hero in llio boats can resume traffic two lines on the death of its able editor old Kentucky typical Autumn ideal of Helms Dana It was his request and was fully pupils Just openod a new barrel The proceeds of the box party given days Tho country is more lovely than kraut extra fine Sulzsrs out carried by tho Library Association will purchase in mid summer Pretty designs in Roman stripes in We no sooner spring one wonder an unabridged dictionary and a stand goods Sulzars ladles dress Next Friday afternoon nt the school- before another Is Incubated thats why for it Good I homo the music class will have a lesson Tobacco in this county will not turn you want to keep in touch with our I notice the sheriff of Marion county in theory and a sketch of Rubinstein store Suzers out as good a yield as last year will sell chronic loafers or negroes who Man and musician will be read Ills Debating societies nro taking the rounds The column in The Evening Post will not work The sheriff of Meade fascinating personality made him prj u headed State Stories is good digestithrough the country villages mljit catch some tucli hr as man just as his great musical One week from yesterday and well ble matter and is worth the price of tho It is quite the thing dont you know productions made him a cotquering paper for one month know which way tho wind bloweth live in closj proximity to a popular hero as he traveled from city to city in One glance at our big advertisement ti D S Duncan after an absence of girl who receives boxjs of candy and tho sixties and seventies producing his will convince you that wo are offering several years returned home Saturday of grapes See 7 opera Pupils taste can be cultivated to bargains Dont you want baskets Glittering bargilns for all who state some splendid Tho corner drug store was radiant on a high standard by taking the course in some of them Suz rs their clalnnvlth us this week Suzers Blackburn day Flrgj flying The musical literature that I know have Hon Dudley Hambldtoit was relieved Just drop in let us show you our line arcade was patriotic and so was J D Mr Bailoy while I differed with him of his pocket book the night the Ex of comfortable coll weather wear green front on some points made the most conser- Â¬ Senator J 0 S Blackburn spoke in this Richardsons Suwrs The Newj is Democratic in every fibre vative most elegant most refined speech city He did not discover the loss until Miss Neddie Hunter of McDaniels Is the next morning The pursa contained It is and always has been for the Demo- Â¬ that was ever made from the rostrum with her uncle Mr Jasper Dyer and ten dollars in gold cratic nominees andhosalwajs been in except Senator McCreearys last year family for Democracy Abuse vituperalIoninyectlveP are of Mr Waldo Simons n most prosperous the battle If you liavo not seen our line of capes Perry county farmer just opposite this Bro Phillip Jenkins preached last no avail with an Intelligent Individual you should call this week while the city was over Saturday and presented to Sunday morning and night He always because some of our prominent political special prices last Suzsrs has largo congregations and Is very public men held a certain oplnipn once the Nkws four large pears of the Kelfer on a political or economic question and at the Methodist variety They altogether weighed near- Â¬ popular as man and preacher Church Conference church Thursday night The members ly two pounds Mr Simons has some Hon D R Murray does not want you now see differently he is called incon are requested to attend twenty tros bearing this luclous fruit to vote for him but for Senator Black- sistent Wiso men often change fools Tho next United never To suppress investigation to and Mrs J B Randall have Mr Mr and Mrs A E English received burn remember fetter thought to enslave it Is ging returned from a pleasant trip to the tlio sad news Sunday night of the death States Senator is what ho has in view back to the middle ages exposition Nashville Mr Thos LsNeave Deny no man the right to change his of their The Evansvllle papers of Oetobjr 21st He was forty seven opinion if research and observation Miss Laura Yesger has accepted a of Franklin Tenn contain accounts of the marriage at Sons In the years old and died of paralysis Mr havo convinced him to the contrary position with Win Vest LeNeave was wedded a number of years 18971878 leaves ID a man can change Princton Ind of Mr Chas Lin More dry goods department man of this place ti Miss Nellie D Louisville is said to have the best Your faca will bear a pleasant look ago to their only daughter Miss Ella Holmer of Evansvllle Ind There was when you get our prices on The ladies aid society of the First telephone service in the country the no objection to tli3 marriage but the clothing Sulzers Presbyterian church will give an art sale arrangement for the me of the instru- young couple concluded to be romtic Mrs Geo E Chick who has been and entertainment with lght refresh- Â¬ ment being much improved and simpli Â¬ and elope but returned that night to with relatives in this city left yesterday ments A small admUsion fee will bo fied Evansvllle for the mothers blessing charged This will come off the latter Miss Addle G Ditto was among the They were married at the Presbyterian for her home in Mt Sterling James Moorman and daughter Miss part of next week A more explicit enthusiastic devotei s on Blackburn parsonage by the Rev J II Cane Miss day She loves old Brandenburg and Holmes has been assistant manager of Lutio of Glendeane were registered at account will be given next week J D B asher and Courtney V Dun Â¬ her old friends She has made me a tho Cumberland Telephone exchange tbo lie jsor House Saturday promise for the mar future at Eyansvillo for seven jears where she Mrs Eliza Stephens sold one tract of can of the American Tobacco Company spent the greater portion of last week Why not have aa association for the stands high for business qualities and land last week containing 43 acres to condi this We for a most amiable excellent young I over of county inspecting theseasons music teachers of the county John Duke Consideration 300 tobacco crop for this tldn should certainly meet and discuss lady She has been the chief support In the want column of this issue purchase They report that the crops methods and leading subjects of mutual of a widowed mother for years which is notice the article calling attention to tho will yield about one bait of last year the loveliest tribute that can bo paid a interest Let us hear from them Ball heir estate at Washington D 0 E J ward Grrgiry who is in chargi of The social eveut of New Albany last child of either sex Miss Holmes has Mrs W H Bowmor and Mrs 0 B Suzers advertising and window display week was the marriage of Mies Olive lately visited Mrs 0 G Moremen Skillman Mr and Mrs G W Short has just received a handsome and Browning and Mr Jeffeison Houpt Charlie Moremen is a Kentucky boy went to Louisville yesterday morning beautifully designed medal awarded to Irvian Faucett was best man Miss not Illinois aa the papers state and is the Rev M Kuds a Japanese preacher him by the Journal of Window Dress Â¬ Drue Faucett gave them a reception popular clerk of the Buckeye sato He of Depaw University will preach at the ing of Chicago Ills This medal was Tho parties are all known here is handsome intelligent and hails from Methodist church next Sunday night a pedigreed family on both BidtH of the presented to Mr Gregory for the best Mr Blackburn wants the Democratic There nominees supported from the clerk of house The young couple are now in Mr and Mrs W 0 Allen and Mrs display in window dressing F T Iloyser and Miss Ora Alexander were nearly three hundred competitors the Court of Appeals down to constable Cincinnati A best of friends extend have returned from their southern trip for it Our sound money frjends will support sincere congratulations Miss Mollie Withers of Muldraugb Instead of 4500 being paid for the Mr Jolly notwithstanding and ho will Them is no need of little children be Â¬ Tead Creek church as stated in the tendered her visitors W F Withers and get the solid Republican vote ing tortured by scald heads eczema and News last week it should lmye been Miss Lorena Mattingly of Kirk last Next Saturday and Sunday our first eruption De Witls Saturday night a dance Those present Witch Hrzul Silye 45 for the Conference gives instant relief and cures permanent- Â¬ were Misses Olandla Puseyof Louisville quarterly cervices Mrs Ella Ditto of Long Branch Burbrldge of West year will be held at the M E church ly Short and Hay nts arrived Friday and remained until Sat Â¬ Nannie and Cora l ere The Rev G B Overton Presid Â¬ Point Messrs Robert Seifres Envel Mrs J D urday with her sister-in-laing Elder will preach at each services Nelson Virgil Neff of Vine Grove E Babbage Holy F Brown of Owendsboro and Mr and Love Feast Sunday morning and Capt Nat Ahl of MowequaIHs was Mrs Communion at 11 oclock service WL Hall of Webster It was a In the city Monday He says corn can most pleasant gathering and all dreaded There will be a lecture tomorrow twenty bo purchased in hla locality for night Tuesday at the Methodist church the arrival of the hour for departure cents per bushel also a mock quite wedding took place Thursday by an intelligent Japanese -A Sam Board operator at the shops and night in which the contracting parties maniage according to the customs of William Bahlie engineer on tho Texas were Mr William Preston to Miss Lucy that orientiai country A portion of the left yesterday for Nashville Tenn They Johnson Rev W B Rutledge perform- proceeds will go to the Ladies Aid will be absent for several days ing the ceremony Mr Preston has been Society Martin of Unlontown Was there ever quite just such a cam Mr John 0 connected with the Texas railroad came Saturday night to be with his son for sometime in the capacity of section pago aj Is now being stirred up In New Mr Martin was at foreman and is an excellent gentleman Oharles 0 Martin York Silver men and gild men are oneMlme an old resident of this cily Miss Johnson is quite a beautiful young mixed platforms are all targled and RV Miller Republican candidate woman and is the oldest daughter of everything in a general muddle W J forCouity Attorney came down from Mr and Mr James Johnson They will Bryan may consent to make a speech to pour oil upon the troubled waters or Hardlnlburg Monday He said Every Â¬ reside in this city tall hust- Â¬ vice versa thing is going off smoothly In my This week therell be some Henry Nuvllt who is a student of the ling both in county and mnnclpal poli favory MrsA B Skillman whose illness has tics One week from yesterday and the Louisville Medical College spant Satur Â¬ beenrequently rmntioned in the Nbws jig will be oyer Every candidate is out day and Sunday at home Henry is looking flue and is delighted in the pur- Â¬ At times the seeing and interviewing his best friend Is yet confined to her bed He chances for recovery are flattering but for his support Of coursa some will suit of his chosen profsilon have to go down in defeat aud it is a speaks in high terms of the college and is often followed with a relapse We want our town boy to how all can instructors difficult matter to tell Mrs D W Fairleigh and children Politics am h slid go to the top Friday night to be successful arrived from Louisville a Hancock politician A persin never Mrs Blanche Fountalne has returned be with tier slstnr Mrs J D Babbaga to know his enemy from Louisville where she spent several them here has the opportunity Mr D W Fairleigh jolnod time comes for him to bo a days in purchasirg goods for her custo- Â¬ Sunday returning that evening tq their until the candidate A g ntleman the other day mers and ftso in takirg items in the borne of dressmaking in a conversation with a Nxws man was She is first Vftie marriage of Mlsa Sudie Nawbery relating the story of A candidate who latest styles many good qualities are class and her of Dukes and Mr CIscero Reldan of took up the plan of making a housa to widely known to a large circle of friends jMoom Bridge was BoIemnlzd Sunday house canvass This candidate made and customers flight at the home of the bride R iv S the canvaw and found all whom he met Amonp my friends in tho crowd last J Ritcbey ofllelatlrg Bith are wll to to be for him When the election came Thursday and with whom I bad a chat do of that k ctloa off and the votes were all counted he glad meet Mrs Dr Divd Callev will return thie week was paraljzjd to get the information I was MabeltoAylawortb Mrs Walker andÂ¬ Dr HamilVictoria lie has been there in that three fourths voted for the other Mite frew ton Mr and Mrs Jake Shacklett Mr ebtvrge of the Breckenrldga Company fellow lies Reesor Mr Withers Mrs Gabe The Limited atoro for several months Yellow Jaek Preveatatlve Meador Mr and Mrs Wrather Mrs jttaaewlllbe filled by some genth man Guard against Yellow Jack by keeping Bruner MrJ Miles and had a glimpse frai Lettlevllle d free and a bow from others tb system thoroughly clean K4r William Crosby of Kawb trow germ breeding BiaWer Ceeearete The Fraukfort Capital Is a good Xmm ewMty Utah a4 Eldw Daniel Candy Cathartic will ekaaee the sysÂ¬ Its polities k Republican but county tem and kill all aesWgiove disease one Itipwr el Farker not Dtftoe Todd kind Djboe hant a In tbcattr They are Mor Id jtertna treated our Brauilewbarf Meade county mon preohra a are dealroua of mma New line of ladW alioea at Vests man Stanley Brows haw of Louisville gurrw a JaMUabierooita I Unlay right awt the Oepitel fell it Wank qf weeHngi Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ son-in-larnade-tc-order Â¬ 4-lÂ¬ Local Brevities had been hoping Sherman would wield a mighty icflueroo or him To think of tbo office seekers I and to think too of Henry Moreman Is still qulto sick their disappointments Some went to Attend tlio Ltcrary Friday night Washington the day after inauguration Tlio donation at the parsonage was n and have been there over since waiting success for tho die to bo cast Mr McKinley is Mrs J Woolfolk veiled her children sild to bo very tender harted and hates No to tay last wetk Rov Hcoson is conducting a series of A largo crowd gathered lust Thursday mei tlrg at Cedar Grove to catch the bon bons thrown by Sena Â¬ Mlfs Ellanora R Hendrlck was the tor J 0 S Blackburn am they were guest of Miss Fannie Phillips eagerly swallowed and I presume as He was somewhat Uert Moreman Is hern from Shawnee readily digested modified but still severe in Ills denunci- Â¬ wife and family town to seo his ation with those who differ in opinions Mis Klla Ditto of Long llranch visit Â¬ but he pleased the majority He wore ed Mrs BAbbflge of Clov rporr lost tho gray for four yeans which with mo week covers a multitude of foibles Miss Claudia Stith a handsome Louis- Â¬ Mr EllBha Ashcraft explained last ville girl Is visiting her sister Mrs Wm Thursday why he had resigned In the Den ley senatorial race for the cause of Dem- Â¬ I know of one staunch sound money ocracy Hon D It Murray followed Democrat that will vote for D R Murray telling why ho had accepted Mr but not Shackelford Ho is strong for Ashcrafts fallen mantle for the sake Hindman of the party he made a patriotic state- Â¬ Mr and Mrs Ntvltt have had a very ment of the proposition which met with sick baby but the little fellow is about the approbation of his admirers and BRANDENBURG Against the Stock Law Editor -- I have rtcontly heard I that there is going to bo a strenoua eflort on the part of some of our fellow towns man to pass a stock law in this district Perhaps a few words in time may help to counteract this Injurious law which they aro tryirg to have passed Now in the first place I am one who keeps a cow and you can easily see that if tills law is papsrd it will be nn lnury to me as well as to a great many others in tills town Now I consider that this summer and so far this fall in keepirg a cow I have becu a public benefactor n t only to myself but to many others for the sim- Â¬ ple reasou that there has been such a great demand for butter and milk es- Â¬ pecially butter that the town has had to be supplied as well as could bo by the Now people who keep cows In town sometimes at a oacrlfico to my family I have let people have butter and milk which wo could easily have used our- Â¬ selves and many of you have been in tbo same fix Now in all earnestness I ask the public if this ouzht not to bo appre- Â¬ ciated well a good many will Bay that you have reaped a harvest this summer aud made gwd profls this is a mistake With feed as high as it is and ice COcts per hundred nnd Belling butter and milk at the samo old price where is the profit Suppcss the same existing gained year next circumstances happen namely dry an 1 hot summer and you vote a stock law and wo are forcd to sell our cows will the surrounding country producd your butter or milk yes probably the same way it has done this summer and fall you will have to ship creamery butter which will cost you 30cts psr lb as somo have had to do yet apart from all this I do not think that it is your desire that anyono should have a monoply of this business Com- Â¬ petition Is the very life of business and if you havo no competition then you have to pay any price which is asked I have you or do without your butter heard of some farmers just out of town who say that the stock law will be a good thing for them as it will enable them to sell their butter for a good price when they will not have the townpeople who keep cows to competo with Now why I ask did not Ilia peoplu reap a rich harvest this summer when tlirsj nrticlis were in 6U li demand They hid no ice to buy no feed to buy to take their why did they not supply the profit I leayo that question with them town Then there uro some leiple hore who keep a cow which makes two thirds of their living can you deprive them of that privelege I say no most emphatic- Â¬ ally Now another feature of tho case is this there aro some people in the town who are careless about their gates beirg left open consiquently occasionally a cow peeps in and there Is another kick coming Now is this tho ciws fault or whose fault is it I might keep on enum rating such things but I close with this appeal to you who will be en abled by vote to diclde this question Sound your candidates or city council and if he is for or against this stock law Of coutse find out and vote accordingly we want councilman who are against stock law or any law that wqud deprive a man of the liberty of keeping a cow Live and let live should be our princi- Â¬ ple Now if there is any reasonirg in this article show by your voto that you want to have what is right and just Equal rights to all and exclusive prive leges to none J Eukn Â¬ The Power PURSE OF THE Is shown hero in the rich gleanings we aro offering this week RuBhifyouwant them Goods offered at these low prices go quickly Dont Miss it Ladies Capes A laga assortment makes us able to fit the purse of every customer We have them at all prices but start the ball rolling with a lot oi Capes neatly trimmed 100 and a dandy for the price Â¬ Heavy rourh and ready with 399 itonn colar Worth 300 A dandy coat in fashionable colors Ug liar price 1000 cut bUU this Wiek to Dark gray and plaids with aud with Â¬ out storm collars A 0 00 coat cut to 398 3 25 coat cut to 200 2 50 A 100 coat cut to Only a few of tlicsi bargains left Mens Overcoats Mens Shirts Nothing like cm in the city White and colored with plain and fancy colored bosoms Choice 50c out of the lot Boys Overcoats Flannel Shirts out door work gains A 125 Flannel A 100 Flannel A 7uc Flannel Working mon and men exposed should grab theBe bar Â¬ Shirt for Shirt for Shirt fjr Made of dark cloth well bound with ear protectors worth 50 conts to this week Mens Caps Coffee 25C 75c 50c 15c IV r pound Good green coffee that will make you a strong cup of coffee 2C The power of the purse speaks plainly of its purchasing power There are a host of bargains besides these Come ami see We are turning the stock quickly into money Sulzers L F J Ferry Paralyzed J Ferry Master Mechano of mo ij ii a ai i railway snops in nut city received Saturday night a paralytic stroke Mr Ferry retired at his usual hour and tremed to be outside of his other tlllictlons in the best of health Ho had nn occasion during the night to get up forsomethlng and on returning to his bed full on the side of it giving a groan His son Fred who stayed in tlu room was immediately aroused and spoke to his father but he ma le no reply ills family physician was immediately called and on his arrival soon dsrovcrcd that his right side and power of speech was pnrulz d The News has men tiontd before the trip Mr Ferry took and remained an ay a month or more which proved to he benificlal to him Ho returned home resumed his duties at tlid shops aud one would have j i1god from appearancts that his condition was very much improved It is with regret to note that ho hrs a complication of diseases coupled with this paralj tic Btroke which makes the chance for re- Â¬ covery very much ngaiutt him Mr Ferry has been mister mechanh of the r xas every since its construction nud is a valuable man He haB done a great deal toward the bulldirg up of Clover port and was alnajs ready to render as sistance when called upon by any of his friends Mr F Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TMr sell a Rood farm m lyANTIill-To tcreii Y Grod dwelling fine barn well watered four Wtbucr adjoining Mrs Ed Hen larm Termi reasonable Address S T Jc rdin Imngton miles soulh ol uswwvw AITANTKD Two girls at once one for dining WANTS MIlCIIBLI crass VVfc Vfc nas TT room and one for upstairs work oi Krou tnaracier nteuapniv isonsbjt HOTEL Cloverport Kv 50 cents H01T Holt V tushel- - WD at pr r ANTED -- All heirs Infrested In the Joscth Ty Hall estate at Washsngtnn D Care hereby notified and reqm sled for their be efit to meet nt llardlisburg Saturday Oct 30 Alio bring your Compton agent lor baleis It possible Dr J this branch will be present FOII niiNT The ni e btdrooms on second A A I aIIxiht For Sale Ten head mules 3 years od In the fprlne all good colors ami good si Willieltch ap Ccine and see them If y u want a hargiln CAL HAS11AM Rosetta Ky Notice fro n my farm near Kirk one two jear tale red market wilh acropolf the right wr and swallow for tn the lelt old steer Ft acd llKNT MIMKIl For Sale I lour srck steers la g oJ couditl jn Slader Cloverpott Ky Apjily to II New line of ludits doy shot s at Vests tc- - better than cure Tutts Liver Pills will not only cure but if taken in time will prevent Prevention dyspepsia biliousness malaria fiOj all constipation jaundice torpid Vow liver and kindred diseases ti day Sick Headache Yellow Fevtr Germs M O IAYNK breed In the bowes Kill them and forejjnuary i8yS M l IAYNK you are safe from the awful diseaso Executors Cascarets destroy the germs throughNotice out tho system aud make It impossible Is an election fjr now ones to form Cascarets are Nos hereby itiventh Itprecincts In will be held in a and 3 voti ijf tVe Clovcrpoit the only rel abln safo guird for joung MagisterU district on Tuesday Nov 3 igj r and old against Yellow Jack 10 j 25c he purposi if taking the set se of the legal totera 1 Â¬ All persons having claim agalnit tho est li if Kohert lane decntdt will plrsae triQ t tin forwa d for sttl ment properly proten 011 ti bv Executors Notice d uimisls Hue of ladies shoes at Vists of said precincts on the question for or ugainst th J lunniug at Uge of cattle in slid precincts 1 and 3 In said Clotepnrt Diurkts Wm Ahl CJ II C TUTTS Liver PELLS ABSOLUTELY CUKE tlpttsii ti Tilfl- ilmlli 0 ASTOHIV Ttrr VTifjer li ea mmm AUnuu uu OiUco 104 N and Tfhlibcr Habit cutol at homo with Â¬ out imiu Book of par Â¬ ticulars sent IlIllE IBMWOOILFYMU Iryor fit 1 We Have Bought largely of a Bankrupt Manufacturer We Can Save You 50 Per Cent Â¬ For Spot Gash By purchasing of us as we aro retailing these garments at whole sale prices You cannot fail to be pleased If you will inspect our stock you will find no CHEAP PRINTED SHODDY goods in the lot Fifty different styles to select from motto New Millinery New Dress Goods New Blankets and Comforts If you have never visited our store it will pay you to do so Our Quick Sales ond Small Profits X2 Jot DXDIS03ST rECEOsTararaKTS HREffllH r2Hft il r 7 T iff im if WUTE IIS EDITOR DANA A Skelck of His Life and Char-Â¬ Wholotrlp went Up fthd lllch 1 had 35 drt this 1 lived In Kuropo eight months went oVcry whero saw plenty of revolutions support d myself thcro and my family In New York and cntuo homo only f 03 out for tho acter SOCIALISM EXPERIMENT CeMectlon With the Tribune Ilia Pervlce In the War Fnrchaeo of the Sun lilt Cnpclly For Work 1rWsto Life and Literary WorkThe Granl Old 11 an of JonrnalUm Tho thousands of pcoplo who dally croM City Hall park In Now York city used to oco Bitting near a window In tho northwest corner of Tho Sun building a vcnornblo flguro Intent upon manuscript or printed mnttcr Tho profllo roTcnled a high foro head and a bald outline of symmetric head with a brain to lit It arched brown gold spectacles n forceful noso n full and rag ged mustnehoand beard led up to by a suit That of slroplo and conventional apparel was the lata Charles A Dana tho gifted tho grand editor of tho Now York Sun old man of journalism n man by natlro ability and acquired endowments tho best equipped for successful newspaper work In tho country Charles Anderson Dana was about 0 feet 9 Inches high and weighed nearly ttOO pounds Ills sanctum was a slmplo and unobtruslro room nbout IS by 14 feet and devoid of frills In this workshop tho greatest of American journalists sat al most overy day In tho yoar wheu ho was not traveling In Europe Ho was born In Hinsdale N II Aug 8 1810 As a boy In this rocky and dcsolato town It seemed to thoso who know him that ho was phyu ically of such structure as mado tho successful farmer Tho clergymen and tho schoolteacher recognized however early In his boyhood days that his physical equipment was well matched by his Intellectual no was ono of thoso boys of whom It sometimes is said that learning Is not a study or a task but a delight for them Ho bad scarcely any need to go to Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ho returned to Tho Trlbuno on a salary of 25 n week which Was acccptablo until another paper offered him llOOttweok Ho wont to Tho Trlbuno pcoplo and told them that ho could not alTord to stay at 2B They reminded him that Mr Oreoloy drew only SO and it clearly would not do to glvo htm mora than his chief Hut they gavo him 150 tho samo as Horace had and that was tho highest salary ho over received thcro Mr Dana drew to Tho Trlbuno somo of tho ablest writers and thinkers of tho time and ho mado tho paper tho gospel of tho thinking conservative and cultivated elements In tho community Tho elder Dennett discovered that tho young manag Â¬ ing editor of Tho Trlbuno had qulto as keen a noso for news as ho himself pos sessed and as good a judgment of tho relative lmportanco of news Mr Danas connection with Tho Trlbuno gavo him an lntlmoto acquaintance with most of tho great men of tho Republican party and when In 1801 owing to a dis agreement with Hornco Greeley respecting tho attltudo of Tho Trlbuno upon tho con duct of tho war ho retired ho was esteemed as ono of tho Influential younger men of Edwin M Stanton tho secre tho party tary of war who knew Mr Dana well otTcrcd him tho post of assistant secretary of war nnd ho undertook these labors with extraordinary energy Much of tho tlmo ho was with General Grant In tho west Ills cxecutlvo capacity was nover mora su perbly revealed than when as tho rcpro 6cntattvo of tho war department ho was engaged In forwarding Grants gigantic military schemes After tho war Mr Dana might havo ac Â¬ cepted several offers to ro cnter business life but tho fascinations of Journalism caused him to decline every proposition of that sort mado to him A company was organized to create and publish a great Republican newspaper in Chicago nnd Mr Dana was offered tho editorship and a small interest In It was given to him At that tlmo howovcr Chicago was not tho great metropolitan city that It Is today and Mr Dana found difficulties of various sorts In establishing tho nnnrr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ j Mm mMMim mm am 3m Ho soldout nts interest receiving therefor somo 7000 and that was tho first tlmo In his life that ho found himself possessed of any considerable sura of money A friend advised him to Invest it In ahouso in New York which ho did and others of his old tlmo Republican friends notably Colonel Fred A Conkllng brother of Rqscoo Colliding subscribed a sum sufficient to buy for Mr Dana tho New York Sun which was to bo published as a low priced Republican nowspapcr Mr Dana took chargo on the 1st of January 1808 tho paper then having about 40000 circulation and his conspicuous career began with that Issue of tho paper Ho called about him a competent staff nnd In less than two years had In many respects revolutionized journalistic meth ods Ho sought for news hero other editors hid Ignored and aimed to havo It presented so that tho mcro reading would His Idea bo Interesting and entertaining was that n fact of Itself of no particular consoquenco might nevertheless In tho telling of It bo mado as Interesting as moro Important news Tho Sun gained tho reputation of being not only tho most caro fully edited but tho best written paper In Now York nnd somo of tho sketches nnd reports that havo nppcarcd In Its columns havo been regarded as equal to tho work of tho most famous writers Under Mr Danas management tho pa per secured nt ono tlmo as high ft circulation osl60000 nnd Its Sunday edition oven moro than that Mr Danas Idea wns that tho editorial pago In tho paper should bo mado fully as attractlvo as tho news pages and whllo somo of tho comments somo of thoso fantastio and seemingly ridiculous editorial articles which havo appeared from tlmo to tlmo upon tho editorial pngo have seemed to violate all tho traumons or journalism yet they wero written nnd printed for tho purpose of compelling tho readers of tho pnicr to talk about tho editorial pago Mr Danas extraordinary learning for ho has been a student nnd Investigator nil his days enabled him to detect errors In tho writings of his associates so that Tho Sun under his net ho manage ment seldom was historically or scientific ally Inaccurate Mr Dana was n hard worker Mental application was n delight to him Ho learned botany while riding to and from his ofllco In his spare moments ho mas Ho know tered the Iceland lo langungo Dante probably better thnn any other Amvrlcuu In Nuw York so that when he had his Interview with tho popo ho re sponded In a quotation from Danto to another which tho popo had mado to him Spanish literature delighted him nnd ho Ho could mastered It at odd moments speak French with tho Parisian accent German- with tho accent of Berlin and he conversed in Russian If required A learned horticulturist tho gardens of his summer place wcro filled with choice flowers and for trees ho had an affection which led him to know thorn all and to ralso upon his island retreat In Long Is land 6ound overy variety of fir troo capable of living in a temperate cllmato Ho liked good horses and ho kopt his health ho thought by driving a high spir Â¬ ited team dally between his country place nnd tho railway station Mr Dana was fond of good cooking and ho know wines liko a connoisseur although sparing In the um of them Ho was an excellent critlo of paintings and In his later years became fascinated over centrales and choice uottcrv the kletorr of which he knew m Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THE liATE CHARLES ANDERSON DANA Ills ralim ua ot that peculiar constitution sometimes discovered which suggests that thcro is no need of mental discipline Tho very qualltlos which a col logo curriculum aro supposed to dovclop ho possessed by natlvo gift Ho took to tho CoUogo classics beforo ho was 10 years of ago When ho was 10 ho entered Harvard col lego and immediately gavo evldcnco that ho possessed unusual mental gifts But lie gave up his collego courso during his junior year Whether It was ovcruso of his eyes or somo neglect a functional disturbance which threatened to becomo or ganic compelled him to abandon his books Soon nftor Mr Dana went to Buffalo then a thriving village whero with a rel ative ho sold goods ocr tho counter A short expcrlcnco was sufficient to satisfy him that his calling was not in trade Books observation association with men who know much nbout many things had for moro fascination for this lad than did tho drudgery of barter or tho chink of sil ver over counter Ho becamo fascinated with tho problems of socialism as thoy wcro discussed in his early youth nnd ho gladly Joined that famous but wholly impossible socialistic community called Brook Farm which was established in what was then tho town of Roxbury Mass Hero Mr Dana with Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ study of It Mr Dana probably got moro rational enjoyment out of life moro honornblo nnd exquisite delight In learning and In nature and art thnn any other man ot his tlmo Ho was not fond of tho medlocro cither In inanimate objects or among men For a medlocro reporter ho had small toleration but ho was onthustastloovor n brilliant reporter or writer although rather careful not to let tho young man know It Ho was 50 years of ago beforo ho began ot his own oxpcrlonco to know tho luxury of wealth Ho would not havo mado n great money maker since ho cared but lit tle for money excepting ns It enabled him Somo to gratify his cultivated desires times ho was thought to bo foolish in his expenditures for If a thing suited him ho took It oven though tho prlco was exorbitant On tho other hand it ho was not satisfied ho would not buy no matter how great tho reduction In prlco Tho royalties on his book of household poetry nnd upon Appletons cyclopedia brought him n generous Income although this money camo to him mostly after ho becamo editor of Tho Sun In his later years Mr Dana received a salary of 50 000 a year from Tho Sun nnd hnndsomo dividends upon tho stock n majority of which ho controlled despite nil reports to tho contrary Thoso who know Mr Dana well havo always felt that tho slnglo limitation of his character was that ho could not always Ho was ns stanch control his prejudices nnd truo as steel to his friends oven though others accused somd of them of abusing tho friendship nnd ho wns also persistent vehement nnd his enemies used to say malicious In his antagonism In his prlvnto llfo Mr Dana wns ono of tho most charming ot men to meet Ho would hnvo made a lino orator had ho chosen to speak very much Ho loved fun and reveled In humorous anecdotes and when ho had passed threescore and ten and wns asked how ho kept himself so young ho replied that lio did It by keeping up his lovo of fun Not long beforo Mr Danas death ft re porter of Tho Evening Sun who had recent ly joined tho staff wns coming down town In nn clo voted railway car onp morning An elderly gentleman with a gray beard and spectacles camo into tho car and sitting down besldo tho reporter accidentally leaned on him as ho was rending his news Flattering himself 6omowhat on paper his powers of sizing up his man tho re porter addressed tho stranger In tones of freezing politeness with Havo you hnd your breakfast sir Yes replied tho stranger blandly Well sir I should feel much obliged If you would icon on It rather than on mo With this somowhat crushing annihilation tho reporter again settled himself to his newspaper nnd half an hour nfterwnrd was gleefully telling his collcngucs In Tho Evening Sun ofllco tho Incident when tho gentleman who figured as tho other party Ho Immediately told entered tho room his companions of tho fact but found tho laughter gono out ot them said ono Do you know who that Is That Is Charles A Dana editor of Tho Sun Mr Dana was never In soolety using tho common meaning to that term Not a slnglo member of tho Four Hundred in Now York would admit thnt Mr Dana hnd such a thing as n social position Probably ho never wanted It Although his learning nnd ability wcro ndmlred by tho high society lenders or such of them ns had senso enough to apprcclnto them they probably drew a lino which passed between him nnd themselves Neither wns Mr Dana a member of nny club nnd this liken Ue wns probably according to his Ho had a handsome- summer homo tasto an Long Island and ho spent his money liberally for things that pleased him Mr Dana was not a hard taskmaster Under him Tho Sun men wcro not overworked nnd they wcro well paid but al though usually courteous to his subordinates ho was often hasty In forming nn opinion nnd he seldom changed his mind Mr Dnnn leaves Tho Sun In good hnnds Thcro may bor less vitriol In Its pages under Paul Danas management but It Is safo to say It will not loso In cnterprlso Dana Ills Is nbout 40 years and energy In of age able actlvo and resourceful somo ways ho Is a second edition of tho Ho bears ft closo rcsemblanco older Dana to his father mentally and physically Ho Is a slashing writer when tho occasion do mnnds nnd ho has for omo tlmo taken upon his shoulders tho editorial burden Besides Paul Dana borno by his fnthor there aro a dozen or moro men who hnvo been trusted lieutenants of Tho Sun for many years They nro as familiar with Its traditions its policy nnd Its distinguishing characteristics as they nro with tho alphabet And somo ot them aro as brilliant journalists as ever dipped their pens into nn ink well But tho unlquo personality of tho paper Was largely lost with tho death of the re markable man who has Just passed away Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ though his llfo hnd been devoted to tho MATTINGLY Ntxt Tuesday ends the campaign J M Mullen Is out looking for voice Mies Ada Brlckey Is visiting relatives on Beech WHAT IS RHEUMATISM Ml THE NAVAL CHAPLAIN OfltM Matte tm DvMee Ia Time More Prevalent Than Blood Poison Contagious Blood Polsen hubeen ap Â¬ propriately called the curse of mankind It Is the pae disease that physkkne can Â¬ not ewe their mercurial and petes remedies only bottle up the Pmo in the system to surely break iorth in a more virulent form reSHltiaf i a total wreck of the system Mr Prank B Martin a prominent Jeweler at 926 Pensylvania Ave Wanh- for a long time under treat meat of two of the best physi Â¬ cians of this cilr If lor a severe ence of blood poison but my condition grew worse nil in while not withstanding the fact that thrv charged Mr C hundred hie three Hollars rotk for Many Years Tho Hon Glins Blanford will speak liero next Saturday Mrs J V Pate Jollys Station Is vis- Â¬ iting relatives here llyou nnnt to know what the world Is doing subscribe for the Dreckenridojc News 8 O Fiank Is przlng a hogshead ol New Hurley to put on tho Louisville Sudden Changed of Tempera- Â¬ ture an Immediate Cause A Dartmouth Professor Finda nn Unfailing Ciiro for the Ailment market Mr Duncan of American Tobacco company was through this neighbor Â¬ hood last week prospecting Mis feudle WUsod Jollys Station spent Saturday nnd Sunday with Miss Maggie Moorman It you dont know about the Cuban war ask your neighbor if he dont know Read tho Nkws it will tell you Tho Democrats held a meeting here Saturday night and discutsed the politi- Â¬ cal subject from start to finish The death argil railed at tho home of by Tuesday and Mr Georgo Wathens took from them their ono year old babe There has been a debating society or Â¬ ganized at Tauls Bchoolhouso and it is well attended by the orators of this lo- Â¬ cality J B Bates oITatfork passed through here Friday enroute to Oloverpor with 4 hogsheads of old tobacco bound for the Louisville Matket Tho young lady In Balltown that makes vinegar tea and tries to force her llttlu brothers to drink it should read her bible more carefully There will bo moro wheat Bowed in this community this ear than ever be- Â¬ fore Moat of the farmers took the ad Â¬ vantage of tho tobacco season last wetk The largest drovo of hog that has piAcd through Balltown for several years was drove through Friday by V N Patf he purchased them at the Har- Â¬ din tale ThuiBlay James Dell who lecently left here Joined thu ngiilnr army at Evansvllle and Is now located at Port Itano Kan- Â¬ sas He writes htck that lie 1b palhfi d with his undertaking Mrs Elzabeth Blair who died near Jullya Station last Wednesday was burled here Thursday at the Tar Fork Chrlstianluirch She It aves a husband and six children to mourn her lose but may their loss be her gain in brighter mnnsioua above I suppose its best that Uro McKlnley is not anare of hov the Duke correspond- Â¬ ent is abusing him through his items to tho Nbwft if lie did no doubt he would resign I would like to ask the corres-Â¬ pondent how he is expecting prosperity to arrive in this country Horse back on foot or on a bycicle or would he realy recognza It If he was to meet it If he cant reals that there has been a change In favor of the laboring class of people since the presidential election be must be selling load wood and Invest- Â¬ ing liis money in plug horses I think the gentleman feeling confident that Grovor was good as his word went to sleep right after tho expiration of Harr sons administration and never awoke until after the Inauguration of MrKtnley and now it will take hlin four years to realize the present condition of Ills own country Rheumatism is more prevalent In Oloverport than for many yoars When this disease fastens on an individual he generally knows what is the trouble The inilimmation soreness nnd pain in combination with chills coated torgue loss of appetite and swell- Â¬ ing of Joints toll plainly that this Is Â¬ rheumatsm To quote the Medical World the pa- Â¬ tient becomrs a pitiful object of sufTerin helpless and incapable of movement and possibly an eventual martyr to a chronic slate of the dlsaasi which will shatter his usefulness though It spares his life Perhaps though the heart and Its belongings are fatally Involved as not in fn quenlly happens But what is rheumatism 7 Physicians opinion vary Some say one thing and some another Yet all agree that a poison g ts through the system and rheumatism results The immediate causes are cold and moisture and sudden changia of tern pornture acting upon those who are weak or specially disposed to the disease It should bo regarded as a warning in- Â¬ dication of a low state of health and the first twinge of pain or Btiffncaa of tho muscles ought to be carefully placed un- Â¬ der treatment Rheumatism can bo relieved by Pains celery compound a purely vegetable ex Â¬ tract whose ifllcacy in rheumatism was discovered by Prof Phelps of Dartmouth This compound strengthens the system restores vigorous nerve power and reg Â¬ ulates the circulation thus driving out the rheumatic poison Tho best proof of its value Is the giod it has done Though known for a com- Â¬ paratively Bhort time there probably is not a city or a town in this State where It has not effected a cure That it is all that is claimed for it is being daily dem- Â¬ onstrated Many have thrown away their crutch c and now walk briskly and erect without pain or Buffering solely through the use of this celery compouud All lovers of the good of humanity will rt jolco that at last there is a positive and relablo way to cure rheumatism and relieve suffering What reason then has one for sufferÂ¬ ing with rheumatism or neuralgia or allowing a friend to limp with pain Tho chaplains official station In most ship ceremonies and in time ot battle is at the sick bay whore lio tho atok Dis- cipllno and fresh air are wonderful pre Â¬ servatives of health and a chaplains duties to the slok la times of peace aro very light At naval hospitals however whither are brought from the ships the vory sick and tho seriowriy wowded a chaplain finds ample field for Mae eer ciso of that tender sympathy which wins souls to God and for the ministor ing of tho oonsolationsof religion It is also tho duty of the chaplain to assist at naval burials The regulations re Â¬ quire that Christian bwial bo provided for all men who dio In the scrvico If possiblo tho bodyjs Interred with the rites of tho church to which tho deceas Â¬ ed had bolonged Whon this sad daty Is required at sea the ship Is hove to the flag displayed at half mast and the offi Â¬ cers and men are mattered on deck to pay thoir last tribute to the departed Tho funeral services follow and tho body is then consigned to the deep A guard of honor fires three Volleys over the watery grave and the bugler sounds sad mournful notes of the last tape tho bugle which tell of the hour of sleep If the death occur at a hospital on escort and a guard of honor from tho ship to which the deceased had been at Â¬ tached accompany the funeral cortege to tho grave As the procession enters the comotcry the bugler precedes fol- Â¬ lowed by tho chaplain This spectaclo is always impressive It naturally sug Â¬ gests the prayer that angels led by tho angel guardian may boar the soul of tho deceased beforo the throno of God as friends bear the body to tho grave that tho angel at tho judgment scat may proclaim welcome joy and glad ness as tho bugler at the gravo recalls Donahoos loss sadness and regret Magazine Â¬ I was lglUUASlmijr WsiBefcSA V PlJaW vwm filled JIE4 ih tj wtn eating sores my tongue Bluiost eaten away bo wm- months I was unable to taste any Folid food My hair was coming out rapidly and I was in a horrible fix I had tried various treatments and waonearly discouraged when a friend rccommemua -fcSfcit Alier uau iukku hepan to net better nnd when I lint finished eighteen bottles 1 was cured sound and well my sKin was wuuoui a blemish and I have had no return of the disease SSSsaved mefrqmalife of misery SSS guaranteed purely Â¬ - mtiMrmr i and its treat- Â¬ mailed ment free by Swift poison Books on thediscase 1 nnrn iinv niinu u Specific Co Atlanta Ga sss uw i Glass bricUH uro liiiulo extensively in Germany They uro blown with a hol low center coiitainiUK rarefied air and they are said to bo as strong and dura- Â¬ ble as cloy bricks Thoy freely admit TrofeMore light -- J WOT FOR EVERYTHING Pennington property in Bewleyvllle pur- Â¬ chased by II G Cross Nearly all the purchase money paid in each transact- Â¬ ion Z T Stlth hauled a nice load of corn over to Big Springs last Monday and left it with Bro Walton Come out all ye voters next Tuesday and vote for Bob Jolly He deserves the office ho seeks and wonld appreciate the honor ol getting it from the people who have it in their power to give it to him I am personally interested in this office therefore I urge it Golden Rod But if you have kidney liver or blad dor trouble you will find Swamp Root just the remedy you need People are not apt to get anxious about their health soon enough If yon aro not quite well or half sick have you ever thought that your kidneys may be the cause ot your sickness It is easy to tell by setting aside your urine for twenty four hours a sediment or settling indicates an unhealthy condi- Â¬ tion of the kidneys When urine stains linen it is evidence ot kidney trouble Too frequent desire to urinate scanty supply pain or dull ache in the back is also convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder need doctoring There is satisfaction in knowing thai the great remedy Dr Kilmers Swamp Root fulfills every wish in relieving weak or diseased kidneys and all forms of blad- Â¬ der and urinary troubles Not only does Swamp Root give new life and activity to the kidneys the cause of trouble but by treating the kidneys it acts as a tonic for the entire constitution It you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists price fifty cents and ono dollar or by mentioning the Breck eniudqe News and sending your address to Dr Kilmer Co Bingbaraton N Y yon may have a sample bottle of this great discovery sent to you free by mall Tho mlsuso of tho titlo professor when it is applied Indiscriminately ifl musicians in gcnoral finds an amusing examplo in tho following story credited to Bandmaster Sousa nnd printed in Tho Musical Ago Somo years ngo Sousa was leading a band at a small country festival Tho advent of tho band had been awaited with intenso interest by tho audience and when thoy arrived tho bandsmen wero quickly surrounded by n surging crowd which hemmed them in so that it was difficult for them to keep on playing Sousa appealed to ono of tho commit too to keep tho crowd away and said that nnloss his men had moro room they could not piny Tho committeeman shook his hand warmly and turning to tho asemblcd multitude bawled out Gentlemen step back and givo tho purfosserspurfessors a chancotd playl Aggravation Uolow Stain Mrs Greene Really I think that girls in domestic servico havo a pretty conifortnblo timo of it One of Them But wo havo our trials mum Just as liko as not when wo have got a bonnet or a gown that is particularly becoming first thing wo know our mistress comes out with something exactly liko it Boston Transcript To make the compUxlon good and th breath sweet use Dr Bells Pepper mh t Chill Curo It purifies the blood rid you of malaria and is an upbuilding ton- Â¬ ic aiding digestion Pleasant taste and pleasant effect 50c Guaranteed by al dealers S - m 8X3 BRECKENRIDGE NORMAL COUEGE About twenty five pupils are in regular attendance in the Preparatory Commercial and Scientific courses Theso pupilsare doing efficient work Others should come and do likewise became BEWLEYVILE The di ntlbt Dr Haynea is still with us Mrs O II Drury and daughter visited frionJs at Blue Ball Sunday Mils Ada Hanks was the guest of rela- Â¬ tives in our vicinity Sunday Misses Mary KHth and Nell Drury spent Sunday visiting Miss Mary Payne Mrs W J Pigott and Mies Blanche Jolly atteneed the meeting ol Ilia B V R O at Mrs AVimps Satuiday after- Â¬ noon They report a successful mt oting and a splendid time Womans Missionary Society is doing well here A very Interesting mteting Wednesday p m The Epworth League met Sunday alter noon and held an entertaining Bible reading Mrs Cizno of Chicago and Mrs Orendorf of New Albany continue to vtslt relatives in our community Will lolly and family visite 1 friends in Stiths Valloy Sunday A very particular friend ot mine cele- Â¬ brated his fiftieth birthday to day Monday 25th We do not havo fifty Invited friends as did Sam Jones but simply wish to nolo tl e fact in the Nkjts We are all sorry to hear ot the acci- Â¬ dent tiiat nppened to our friend Mr B P RuBEell His horse ran off and throw hlin from his buggy and hurt him caDbldorably but he is still able to sing A band of gypsies pasted through our tswn Thursday Mrs Janus Thcinpson of Guston who w as so severely crippled a few weeks ao is rapidly improving and ia able to walk about the Iioueo Quite a number of our people attended he Smith Redman wedding at Guaton Wednesday Several Bewleyyille people Including Mrs Cozlne and Mrs Orendorf were guests of Mrs Ben Haulaway Thursday Mrs Hardaways kindness and hospital Â¬ ity aro well known and never was she more gracious than on this day Mr ctevo Greer of Owonsboro for Â¬ merly of this county was here a few days last week renewing old acquala tancepand looking after the PeBBlgtoo property which he sold Times are better Who will doubt it I Note real estate transactions of the put week A farm of 230 acres sold to a F McCoy by The Northern A hottie M and lot In BwWyvllW eU by B CoytoThof e4h4Ni Tke Dr Bktf Â¬ 1 Â¬ Nathaniel Hnwthorno and Margaret Ful ler and Georgo Ripley and Gcorgo William Curtis and others who wero of literary fame or promise did his slinro of monlal work with cheerfulness nnd held his own in the literary and philosophical discus sions which wore carried on by these Â¬ Â¬ A represented by tho provincialism of Brook Farm Mr Dana went to Kuropo This was In 1818 at tho tlmo of tho French revolution and beforo going ho saw Jioraco Urccloy and proposed that hi be given the post of foreign correspondent ef Tho Trlbuno Putting him on tho shoulder In his affectionate way Grocloy aMl Dana thati no use You dont know anything about European matters You would have to get your education beforoyew correspondence was worth your ex- thinkers Dana was ono of tho first to rcallzo that tho experiment was if not ab surd at least bound to bo a failure Ho lived long enough to see nil of his associ ates In that oxpcrtmoiit dlo and overy ono of them convinced that tho scheme was Utopian When Mr Dana abandoned socialism ho decided to become- an actlo busy man of affairs and to win his way as ho believed every man must with civilization what It If by his own unaided efforts Ho had been ono of tho editors of a little weekly paper called Tho Horblngor which advo cated tho socialistic Idea and this association suggested to him that Journalism was bis career Ho was fascinated with tho work oven thon although at that tlmo ho hod not such nn understanding of tho news features as ho camo later to possess Anxious to put himself In touch with tho world and to go to tho other extromo from Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tired locomotive Locomotives liko human beings hnvo their ailments many of which defy tho skill of thoso deputed to look after them says tho Toronto Mail Wo hear of tired razors n simplo complaint which vanishes after a brief period of rcposo but locomotives aro npt to bo tray indisposition oven nftcr n days rest nnd much oiling of tho various parts Two good engines may bo mado on tho most approved principle Thoy may each cost as thoso of tho London and 2200 and Northwestern railway do yot ono will exhibit from tho first n hardihood of constitution nltogethcr wanting iu its companion A first class locomotivo of 800 horsopowor costing 2000 is expected to travel during its llfo 200000 miles or say 13000 miles per annum for 15 years yet now and then an engino is found so impervious to tho assaults of timo as to bo ablo in its old ago to do its dally work with all the zest and vigor of a youngster An Ancient Those who believe chronic diarrhea to be incurable should read what Mr P E Grlsham of Gaars Mills La has to say on the subject viz I have been a suffer from chronio diarrhea ever since the war and have tried all kinds of medi- Â¬ cines for it At last I found a remedy that effected a cure and that was Cham- Â¬ berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhea This medicine can always be Remedy depended upon for colic cholera morbus dysentery and diarrhea It is pleasant to take and neyer falls to effect a cure 25 and 50 cent sis s for sale by A R Fisher Oloverport and R A fiueliman Ptephensport Disfigurement for lite by burns or scalds may be avoid cd by using DeWitt Witch Hazel Salve the great remedy for piles and for all kinds of sores and skin troubles Short Haynea vi Our School is Centrally Located 1 Is Healthful 1 It is Economical It is Permanent Students can enter at any time They find casses suited to their needs The discipline is firm but kind Church facilities aro the best There are no places of vice to tempt the pupils The citizens are refined and educated The citizens are in sympathy with the school It affords good advantages in Music m W w THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE Lung Troubles aid Consumption Can be Cured D3gii An Eminent New York Chemist and Scien- tist Hakes a Free Offer te Our Readers The distinguished New York chemist T A Slocum demonstrating his discov- Â¬ ery of a 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