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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 1 J - - ALXx THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 3 1897 NO 10 Rrl rnfcM Mm fee VUafaaaaaA JkbSH taVafelkl W annvvWn WV iaBPIVVW VOL XXII CLOVERP0KT lar of indebtedness will PWS f Ttv m n E be promptly paid The total attendance during the exposition will exceed 1050000 A tlojr at the Cleveland Horn Princetok N J Oct 29 A son was bbrn to tho housohold of Grover Olevoland tho former president of the Unitod States at noon yesterday It Is said tho newcomer resembles his par- Â¬ ents in points of good health but neither Mr Cleveland nor tho three family physicians will say anything in regard to tho newcomer other than that ho is getting along nicely and is a fine is the first boy ia the ex DENTIL TO HAVE BEEN DUE boy This family the other threo chilpresidents dren being girls TO APOPLEXY Largest Cargo of Cutton New Orleans Nov 1 The steam ship Milwaukee sailed yesterday for cotcargo Awful Burden of the Campaign Through Liverpool with the largest generalotcargo Brought on by the ton if not tho largest ever floated It consisted of 23880 Which He Was Passing Was Well Known to the bales of cotton 80200 bushels of grain 88818 pieces of staves 2800 oars Her entire cargo being equal to 20000 bales World at Large Through His Writings of cotton It would tako 600 freight cars to carry her cargo and the train would measuro threo and a quarter miles in length Henry dYorge Jr Was Nominated to Take His Fathers Place on the Tannery Durned Ticket as Candidate For Mayor of Greater Ludlow Pa Nov 1 Tho large tannery of John G Ourtls together New York with a largo quantity of bark was to tally destroyed by fire yesterday afternoon For a time the town was threat- Â¬ rHnNaEORQE SR WAS BORN AT PHILADELPHIA SEPT 2 1839 ened by tho firo and a call for assistanceÂ¬ was sent to Warron Tho fire depart ment of that place responded and ar- Â¬ rived in time to prevent tho firo from spreading The loss will not be lea noosovelt uow assistant secretary 01 than 11600m New York Oct 50 Henry Georgo tho navy Republican tho candidate of the Joffersonian De Â¬ Unl6n LibeU Upheld After his nomination for mayor bv mocracy for mayor of Greater New tho Joffersonian Democrats a month Frankfort Ky Oct 29 Judgo York died in tho Union Sqtinro hotel at ngo Mr Georgo mado an oxtreinely opinion In the Death active canvass speaking several times Hazelrigg delivered an 4 45 oclock yestorday morning im- Â¬ thought to havo been duo to apo ovory evening and working from early court of appeals which is of vital is portance to organized labor The court headquarters to lato at his plexy Ho gavo to the campaign its most sen Â¬ holds that labor unions have a property right in their labels and other devices sational incidents its attacks on Rich nrd Croker and Senator Piatt whom ho designating tho fruits of their labor threatened to proseonto for various and may onjoin outsldo parties from crimes such as levying blackmail upon appropriating thisis device or counterthe first time this city contractors and aspirants for oRlce feiting it This point has been passed on in this state should ho bo eleoted mayor His enndi dacy gavo to tho coming election its Convicted by Ul Children greatest element of uncertainty for Laporte Ind Nov 1 Penal servi according to export politicians it was practically impossible to estimate how tude for lito was the verdiot rendered much of Bryans voto of last yeur bv tho jury in the Piukerton murdor Pinkertou would go to Georgo instead of Van case Saturday afternoon and nephew The killed his Wyck evidence of Pinkertons own son aud At a meeting of tho executive com mitteo of tho Jeffersonian Democraoy daughter caused his conviction yesteiday afternoon Henry George Jr ANDREE PROBABLY LOST Mai nominated to tako his fathers place on tho ticket as candidate for HI Uallooa Said to Hare Ileen Seen mayor of Greater Now York Floating-- In the Arctlo Ocean Oiiristiania Oct 29 Dispatchos reÂ¬ WEYLER SAILS FOR SPAIN ceived here from the island of Vardoo Tlcfore III Departure lie Met Generfd in tho Arctio ocean off Fininark which with Yardoehuus is the most lllanco nnil lteld Conference Havana Nov 1 Tho Spanish cruis Â¬ northern port in Europe say tho publio HENRY OEOIKJtt er Alfonso XIII with Marshal Blanco there is fully convinced of the truth of Sir Georgo arrived at tho hotel about tho new governor general of Cuba on the report that a whaling ship sighted Ho had jnst board was sighted off Havana yesterday Professor Andreos balloon floating on 1 oclock in the morning como from several larco massmeotings morning at 6 80 oclock At 7 ocloctc Sept 23 near Prince- Charles promon- Â¬ in tho boroughs of Qtccns and Manhat Â¬ the Alfonso XIII entered tho harbor tory Spitzbergen The news has caused considerable do tan The work of the night seemed to and Lieutenant General Weyler the havqtaldoa him Ho complained of Marquis Ahumada Admiral Navarro presiion among the friends of Professor being tired but his friends and relatives and other high military and naval offi- Â¬ Andreo Brakmo tho Arctlo explorer whoawalted him thought it only the cers went in a special steamer to meet proposed toinsail forto Prince Charles promontory investigate tho order natural fatigue that follows such hard General Blanco truth of the story told by the crew of After a long and cordial conference the whaler campaign work as Mr Georgo had been doing Not long after reaching tho Lieutenant General Weyler yielded up Captain Sverdrnp of Dr Fridtjof Nansens exploring ship the Fratn hotel he retired Mrs George awaited his command to his successor At half past 10 Marshal Blanco land- does not beliove the report of tho sight- Â¬ hint in Boom 23 of the hotel It was ed According to tho official account about 3 S0oclock when Mrs George was lie was enthusiastically greeted by ing of Audrees balloon floating near awakened She found Mr Georgo sit tho popnlaco who shouted Long livo Prince Charles promontory is correct ting in an armchair rropoed Itellef Expedition Blanco Lieutenant General Woyler and Mar Â¬ lam not feeling quite comfortable London Oct 29 According to a dis- Â¬ shal Blanco oxohanged farewolls on patch to Tho Daily Mail from Copenha- Â¬ saidMr Georgo to his wife Wont you go back to bed in- board the Alfonso XIII and the steamer gen a telegram has been received there Moutserrat sailed at 1 oclock p m from the island of Vardoe whioh says quired Mrs Georgo anxiously sue was outside tue naroor ny I Will sit hero awhile was the an Â¬ numerousescortea laden with tho friends that Captain SVerdrup of Dr Nausen a tugs exploring ship tho Fratn will start swer of the departing general and tho offi- Â¬ immediately Mrs- - George at puce grow anxious as cers of his staff An immense crowd Prince Charleswith an expedition for promontory to look for to her husbands condition Mr George witnessed the departure from tho Ifradually grew incoherent and lapsed wharves According to tho official ac- Â¬ tho Andreo balloon into semi consciousness Mrs George count the peoplo cheered for Weyler Still Another was now thoroughly alarmed and called tho pacificator Stockholm Oct 29 Dr Ottto Nor General Weylers escort on tho Mont derskiold the well known Antartio ex- Â¬ her son Henry Georgo Jr from au COO sick soldiers adjoining room Frank Stevens was serrat consists of plorer will superintend an expedition also called in Mr Georgo was now DASTARDLY WORK OF BURGLARS to be fitted out at the joint expenso of Hnconsclous A call was sent to Dr Three Slater Ilouuil Onpccil nnd Robbed Norway aud Sweden to ascertain Kelly of 117 East Fifty ninth street whether any trace of Professor Andree by Maiked Men balloon can be found near Prince and he came without delay Mr George Fqstokia 0 Nov 1 Nothing in and Charles promontory was still unconscious All efforts to re rocont years has excited such indigna vive him failed Without sign of reo- - tion as tho report of tho robbery and ON A MURDER CHARGE ognltion to those around him he passed treatment of tho Misses Stove three Dr A I Abbott Arretted at Iortmoutli peacefully away at 4 45 oclock Mrs liviug jnst city Ohio For Killing Georro Englert George was prostrated and was cared sisters with a recentlyoutside the sister Thoy deceased Portsmouth Oot 29 Dr A L by the friends of tho family at the havo for farm without male Abbott was arrested hero yesterday on conducted a hotel help for 0 years Saturday morning Mr Georgo has not been strong for they wore awakened by the barking of the chnrgo of murder Last spring Mrs Mary Englert and her son George tho past three years and his son u dog followed by tho bursting in of a Henry George Jr has been his com- door Miss Stove ran to tho stairs and camo here from Cincinnati and pur- Â¬ panion Jn - almost every enterprise in found four masked men carrying a chased a restaurant whioh Georgo man- Â¬ which ho has engaged going with him J torch Sho was carried roughly to tho aged At about 1 M on the night of Aug 23 he retired considerably in Qn ins tours 01 tue west as a special bedroom and bouud and gagged newspaper correspondent in tho last Her sisters wero treated in the samo liquor Soon after a pistol shot was and keeping way One of the men know tho dog by heard and his mother who was the jarOsldeutial Campaign close at his side in hiajnovomtmts in name and also tho combination of the first on the sceno stated that she found tho campaign Within tho past day or J safe from whioh 00 four gold watches him lying across tho bod with a revolver were taken two closo friends of Mr Georgo noted jewelry and valnablo papers the safo ouo in his right hand and a bullet holo from mon worked at Whilo the right temple to the base of the with apprehension marked changes in of the tho women got loose and escaped brain on the left side After a hasty His eyes from tho house but was discovered by his appearance and manner grew dull Wriukles camo at tho cor- - the lookout thrown down choked and inquest tho coroner pronounced it a aors aud his eyes sunk in hollow cav trampled aud left for dead When case of suicide Recently startling developments erns His voico usually resonant and found to bo alive sho was again bound throw a different light on the matter pleasant now pltchod almost to piping and thrown on the porch treble in conversations was querulous Tho mon flourished rovolvers aud It is alleged that there was a quarrel whilo he seemed liko one Whoso nerves frequently threatened the lives of theic between young Englert and Abbo t wrought that thoy might victims who came with tho Euglorts from Cin were so highly aap without warning Tho paco of Miss Sarah freed herself after the deÂ¬ cinnati and boarded with them It has Mm campaign was harder than this parture of the burglars and went ta a been also proven that the bullet entered was high strung aud sensitive could neighbor who notified the police the back of tho head Instead of at the maintain Bloodhounds tracked the men to Ami temple This was confirmed by an- examination of the skull made Wednes Â¬ Henry George was bora at Philadel- - den but thoy were not caught day night Sept 2 1889 Ho received a com v phla school education and then went CENTENNIAL CLOSED wee BUSINESS BUILDINGS BURNED into a countiugroom Ho was also a The Grcot Shownt Nmhvlllo Wat a Finan Â¬ Miler and afterward learned the print Village Without Tlr Protection suaer cial Succ trade In 1858 ho jeaohed Call Heavy Ioi Nashville Nov 1 Satnrday was forsia where ho worked at the print NOV I WlLLlANSBUIlO O Ylt tho last day aud night of the Tennessee r case until 1806 when ho became a 7 U0 Saturday jveporter and afterward editor work centennial exposition which opened its broke out at Walkers drug night in the ttoro from at different times on tho San Fran- - gates May t It was well attended rear of J B Times and Post He returned to about 8000Q peoplo many of them vis- sorrie unknown cause and spread to the New York M 1880 aud wont to England itors being present There were no adjacent baildjtigs causing a loss qf be Â¬ and Ireland th following year where day but at tween 18000 and 120000 only partial vIIm was twice arrested as a suspect but specialat features daring the ma slicjuU ly tmured The fire ocoarred ia the afterward released whon his idontity night 10 oclock after a middle ot the business block oa Main display of fireworks and a coqeirt became established and Third between Mr George is best known to the thore was hold tho dosing meettoy ta street aud burnedSecond a territory V y varid at large through hie writings tho auditorium which was packed streets 100 feet square over aboat notably his main floor and galleries It watf t toMOmlo question The building destroyed are m fol love feast held in coramomoratioa Mtk titled Progress and Poverty lows J B walkers drug store and wiMiahed ia 1471 His other works nro the closing hours of the exposition J residence Joeeph Hancocks marb whioh all the people of TenneiM Land Policy 1871 Oar Land a 1881 Social evinced the greatest and most loyal shop Ed Bishops shoe store Steia Wall Land QuMtiou 18S8 LwkI pride Sixteeu gane were tired coni Petersens nvtlnaery store Mayor li L Property in PrablMM tnemorating the faot that TeaneMee Brlttons office and the city prUon ooatroreray with tt lVako of Argyle M hmm were tent te Batavia and the 16th state ot the Union and The cotuuuoa ot iaoor a latter to Pope Leo XIII 180 aud then with the doxology in wUoh ha Metut Oreb for engine m the town por baa no fire protection bnt relief did nn ucriwrs Mdience joined In iiifrinf ed Philosopher arrive nutll the tire bad been bronjfht tion wm Declared cloted MM MM Mr OeorM was nomiuated Total receipts and axpeudHore will vndnt control A bucket brifad was Iff ttoUaited Labor party for mayor of not b known until tomorrow nlfht formed and prevented thespread of the flam against when the executive committM meett 3wTriCi BoUtM W 000 WwfciGnmfi Hewitt the Deuio bnt the exposition pays oat and Prost Hard fUSSTnA falliac Mm MtopMyfaaM and W000 tor Tbaodore ata Thouuw announce that f err dol Sf HENRY GEORGE DEAD SPAINS INTENTIONS Says She Will Soon End the Cuban -- JETGERTS TRIAL POSTPONED The Irlinner lllmiclr Atkt For and I liHiited a Continuance Â¬ FEVER INCREASING Death Stalks Upoa the New York Political Turmoil THOUGHT War Our Government Will Not Interfere With Her Policy For the Â¬ Preseat New York Oct 29 A special to The World from Madrid says Hero aro the principal features of Spains reply to Americas noto It is understood that tho Spanish government does not in- Â¬ tend o raako cither communication publio unless tho government at Wash ington sets tho example Tho answer begins with a warm pro fession of friendly feeling toward the United States declaration of a desire to preserve cordial relations between the two governments and hearty acknowledgement of tho friendly spirit shown by the United States in volunteering in the noto of Sept 23 to assist Spain in bringing tho Cuban war to a Bpeedy end It is romarkod in this connection that if the Americau government will ox plain how it proposes to co operate in the pacification of Cuba tho suggestion will rcceivo duo attention in Spain provided Spanish rights of eovoreignty aro respected and Spains rights to settle domestic disnutes with her colony when and how sho deems fit is also recog- Â¬ nized The note goes on to show how the Liberal government in the short timo that has expired sinco it took ofllco voluntarily began to carry out tho home rule policy announced in declarations mado by Senor Sagaata and Moret bo fore thoy took office and in accordance with the demands of tho Cuban autono- Â¬ mists The first acta of this polioy tho communication calls to mind wero the re- Â¬ call of General Weyler from Cuba and the appointment of Marshal Blanco to succeod him as governor general with instructions so liberal aifd so concilia- Â¬ tory as to amount to a rovcrsal of the policy- ot tho last two years thus pav ing the way to obtaining the support of all the colonial parties especially of the autonomists The new policy will not only go further than Premier Cauovas scheme went it is promised but virtually will put into execution all that American publio sentiment and the government under President Cleveland and Secretary Olney recommended in order to satisfy the aspirations of the West Indies Tho policy is to be carried oat imme diately as far as the Spanish executive can go under the constitution and under the condition ot affairs in the colony and will be ratified by tnccortes early in 1898 Spain oxpoots sho says that the well known American spirit ot justico and fair play together with the friendly disposition of the Washington government will give the new policy the time required to test its sincerity and efficacy Spain therefore can fix no date for the close of tho war but the United States can nobly and powerfully assist Spain tho note c6utiuues and prove the sincerity of their offer of henceforth checking filibuster ing expeditions whose moral and material assistance hitherto has contributed more than anything else to the de velopment and the maintenanoo of the rebellion in Cuba that has caused tl 0 damage Of Whioh tho United State complain The mdst carefully worded tho long Â¬ est and tho most elaborate part of tho note is that in which is set forth tho Spanish case against filibustering expeditions Precedents aro quoted from decisions of the Uuited States supremo court aud from utterances ot Presidents Taylor Buchanan and Grant and past modifications of laws of the United States with a view to tho bettor enforcement of tho rules of international pointed to Spain hopes that Pres dent MoKinley will follow in the fooS steps of his predecessors for then tho pacification ot Cuba sho promises will become a question of only a few months The Spanish note explains that Spain only recognbed tho belligerency of tho Confederates after several other Euro pean governments had dono so wh e Bhe constantly showed marked attention to the north tending and return ing immediately prisoners captured at sea and landed at a Spanish port by Confederate war vessels It issald that in the diplomatic and political circles of Madrid tho Spanish note is considered a very clover move to gain time to ward off the action fore- Â¬ shadowed in tho American noto aud to secure the sympathy ot tho other Euro pean governments Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ e Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Chicago Oct 29 At 4 oclock yes terday afternoon Luctgert appeared bo fore Judge Ohotlaln with Attorney Plmleu and had his caso continued to the next term of court on his own mo- An Encouraging Report From tion States Attorney Denecn was present Previous to tho continuSouthern Cities ance it had been positively agreed by counsel that Lnotgcrts second trial should begin 011 Nov 8 nnd Luetgert Five Deaths and Thirty Five New wanted this understood Cases at New Orleans Eleven New It was necessary to havo Luetgert ask for tho continuance as under tho Cases at floblle law of Illinois a prisoner held through four terms of court without a trial is entitled to his freedom Luctgort has Nkw Orleans Nov 1 Yesterday been held that length of time as tho Absolutely Pure disagreement of the jury counts as no was another encoaraging day in the trial Unless ho himself asked for tho yellow fever situation but it is feared continuance States Attorney Deneen that the heavy rain which has fallen would have placed the case on the call will have a bad elfect on the patients oyl ammo mwdcr CO mw roK and brought it up for trial at once and will causo many more new cases to UNCLE SAMS GOLD PILE be developed Tho cold weather is ex Â¬ pected to succeed the rain The Treasury Now Contain the Large Tho disease has spread in tho Jewish 1897 NOVEMBER Amount Since November 1800 1897 two Washington Nov 1 At tho close widows and orphans home and Sev- Â¬ cases have been reported from the ot business Saturday the last business enth street orphan asylum which has Su Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa day of the month tho gold reserve in been heretofore free from tho disease Tho joint committee on sanitation the treasury amounted to 1153651811 which is by a few thousand dollars tho and quarantine met yesterday for tho purtXHO of considering tho question of highest point reached sinco November abolishing tho house quarantine There 1SU0 was a lengthy discussion aud it was do Tho deficit for tho mouth was 9822 cidei to maintain tho quarantine br a 653 or 10 9725 greater than tho do vote of 3 to 1 Dr Formento voted in flcit for the tamo month last year Tho tho negative 2Z 2 total receipts for tho month were M Tho record of now cases and deaths is 890347 whilo for October 1890 they as follows 26 27 Of the receipts 9 were i2537072 deaths 713405 was received from customs Maggie Schully compared with 10078520 for last year Manuel Gonzales The total expenditures for the month Emilo Bruning were 83713000 as compared with THANKSGIVING PROCLAMATION W E Jonos 33630000 fer October 1800 Fetor Buffa The Plnt One Iiued br Freildent Mo Â¬ Â¬ POWDER laZZZZ 21 25 25 2i J 21223 245 Kinley 28JjM Â¬ Â¬ court of appeals reversed the case of Cain Lewis of Bourbon county under sentence of life for alleged wife murder The com t holds thero was no evidence that Lewis poisoned his wife as alleged Killed by a Illoycle Itlder Louisville Oct 29 Captain W R Abbott one of tho best known law yers of the city died yesterday from the effects of injuries received by being struck by a bicycle a few days ago Â¬ Frankfort Ky Cain Lewli Wrongly Convicted Oct 20 Tho NEW CASES son-in-la- Fire In Cotumbut 1 Ohio A lire Satur Columbus O Nov day night at 10 oolock caused a loss of Com about 40000 to O H Bobbins pany milliners aud ladies dress goods Com North High street Hockott pany piano dealers 2000 and 5000 Com to building owned by Schultz pany the Zanesvillo soap manufactur ers Fully insured Â¬ Martin Trowley W E Jonrs M A Marion Wulf Kupitwitz Louis Par done Felix Pecorne Elsie Oubro Lillian Drinkmann G Fairo Joseph Sa loche John Vaughan Thomas Neal John Zcigler Miss Paulino Pomcrade Mrs S J McConnell Loretta Amon Louisa Frecho Mary Droil Paul Nel- Â¬ son Calderwood Harris Mrs A J Carter Lawrenco It McMulty Zerlina Maveraut Miss Kato Pearson Miss Kate Killilca Rev Jesse F Moore Emtio Bruning Board of health reports New cases of yellow f over 05 deaths 5 total cases of yellow fever to date 1510 total deaths from yellow fever to dato 1S3 total cases absolutely recovered 745 total cases under treatment 583 Â¬ Jennie Smith Misi Jennie Wilson Washington Oct 80 President MoEddie Williams Peter Buffa John Kinley has issued his first Thanksgiv Wagner Miss Judith Korn Max ing day proclamation as follows Schwartzmantal Hov Iiobert Steelo Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Eleven New Cate In Mobile EIGHT WHALING VESSELS FROZEN IN Upon Some of Them Thero Will He Great SulTerlng If Not Starvation Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ r San Francisco Oct SO Eight whal ers are fast in the ico off Point Barrow and on at least one of them tho Jean nle there will be great suffering Not only is the ship so far away that-theris no chance to tako her supplies but her mon who aro facing a good short ago have no appliances with which to make there over more than 150 miles of ice Tho full list of tho vessels known to be fast in the close in in addition to tho Jeannto ae tho Newport Orca Jesso Freeman Belvedere Fearless Hosaria aud Wanderer Tho nows of this state of affairs in the whaling fleet was brought out of tho Arctio by the steamer Kartnck which was barely able to reach free water with her seven whales Tho catch of the Kartuck is ono of tho heav iest of the season although all of tho whalers who had spoken had made some progress The Kartuck reports that nono of those vessels which aro stuck in the ico are close to any supply station and that thero will be trouble for tho men on board them is certain The ships are separated and no communication was had with them by the steamer which Â¬ eÂ¬ Mobile Nov 1 Tho number of new cases reached tho high water mark of four weeks ago the total being 11 for tho previous 24 hours Tho names of tho new cases aro Joseph Lawrentino William Jones Neela Davenport Charles E Goldthorpo F Wctnard Dr F J McKaig Elizabeth Gordon Mrs O E McConnell Mrs D J JJrown Miss Carrie Matthews Mrs Charles Spicer There were 110 deaths Onlv Three Caiea In Memphlt Memphis Nov 1 Only threo new cases of yellow fever were reported by the board ot health for the past 24 hours There were no deaths The situation is much brighter and no fur- titer alarm is felt by tho citizens generally It has been raining and colder weather is expected to follow the cessation of tho downpour The new cases are Ilufus Snowdcn Miss Dobbins and Sylvester Griffin Â¬ Â¬ Six Caie In Montgomery escaped Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ jiag i Kee Â¬ -- ja Â¬ vu cernlng Cuba which was received hero Wednesday has been talked of infor mally between tho president aud sev- Â¬ eral of the cabinet ministers and it may bo stated positively that the administration regards the noto so far as its tenor is revealod by the abstract ca- Â¬ bled by Minister Woodford as being conciliatory and as not calculated to breed an issuo It can also be stated that gratification is felt that the answer was forthcoming within so short a period ot time after the delivery of Mr Woodfords noto having regard to tho intervention of the Spanish cabinet crisis aud change The acta already performed by the now cabinet toward a correction of some of the evijspf whioh we complain in Cuba are regarded as an earnest of the indention of the Spanish govern meat to falthfujly carry ott the entire reform program and if there should be a speedy alleviation of the frightful aonditiou of the unfortunate reooncen tradoea In Cuba through a prompt re vocation of Weylors concentration or dar It la felt that oar government will Wave little f urtper to ask Â¬ FREE TO ACT SPAIN Oar Government Will Not Interfere With Her Cuban Policy Washington Oot 29 The Spanish reply to Mlnster Woodfords note con grand jury has returned a true bill against Sheriff Martin and his deputies Schoolhouie Ilurned for tho La liner shooting The true Morristown Ind Nov 1 Shiloh bills included 19 for murder one for schoolhouso burned Saturday Loss each man killed nnd one for the victims conside ed oollectlvely Thirty six 2000 probably incendiary E M Stone Ieid trno bills were found in the same way Louisville Oct 29 E M Stone THE MARKETS for felonious wounding against the sectotary of the Grand Lodge 6t OddIlcvleir of the Oraln and Livestock Mar Â¬ samo defendants Â¬ Tho fact that truo bills have boon fellows of Kentucky dieJ here yester ked For November I found occasions no surprise as this ao day as the result of a cold contracted Cincinnati Tooacco MarUet If the inry had ig- at the Grand Lodge meeting at Oweni tiou was expected JIluls nored tho bills tho defendants would boro last week U80I Offerings The like- Â¬ 320 have been at ouco rearrested Two Men Killed by a Train Rejections lihood is that Sheriff Martin aud his 1074 Actual sales Meads Station Ky Oct 29 A J 1060 deputies will elect to be tried together Hecelpts Jacobs and William Dials employes of The re entry of Garman and McGah The price on tho offerings ranged as fol82S fISdSIP 75 614 60 rlXge J 7 low ren who withdrew from the caso at the the Ohesapeako and Ohio road were 12314 76 381 fl0U 76 864 89 05 timo of tho preliminary hearing indi- Â¬ run down by the Fast Flying Virginian OS 88 337 637 05 179 li3 05 per cates that the proseoution will be pushed yesterday aud Instantly killed The 2 1 hhtlt offend avemgvd 1071 with vigor 100 lbs against 10 60 for 1020 hhds for the 5 01 for 00 hhds Acrldental Shooting frevloui week and week in 1806 Massillok O Oct 29 Mrs Bryan VltUburg Miss Gunder aud her sister-in-laCattle Prime 4 8606 00 fair f4 70 4 80 J XX33 00 Gunder were accidentally shot by John bulls stags and cow Hogi 1rlme light 18 05 4 00 heavy White who was hunting The women 3 wJ4 00 rough 3 269J 60 Sheep were digging potatoes and White shoot- Â¬ Choice 4 203 U0 fair J bOi 75 com- ing at a rabbit The animal escaped 4 00S chotc o lambs 2 7693 86 mon but Miss Gunder was shot through tho p 60 veal calves tl 0J8J 76 Mrs Gunder was struck on cheek and Cincinnati the back of the head but the metallic Wheat 07308o Corn 26S3JKJ- Cat- Â¬ stiffening in her bonnet probably saved tle Selected butchers 3 OOtgt 40 fair to her life 2 35 3 1083 b6 common medium I Hogi SeWotod and prime butohor 2 65 3 40i3 60 common 3 t63 70 packing Tin re art BomH who take the stump 3 004JJ 40 KVg CRXAM Sheep 3 25 I and rough whonevirthey can They would take Apply ktto tae BoatrD 8AIK aeitivecarM 3 78d560 ItUoolckiyabtoftxd 4 00 lamb cent at TMacgkt or by Mall mbidU 10c b maU the whole cgtr if they coud get it lluft alo XLY HR0THKK8 M Wtrrea St Nw York City 6 0045 10 Cattle rChnleo to prime 7644 00 common U 603 Rood fair to 8 8523 00 mix 4 80 Hon Yorkers packer W W tEEHPNS OgfrSM 0634 00 oommon 3 603 A 60 cull to comSheep Prime 0 S53 mon e 6033 26 lambs 4 2535 75 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ this month The Bteam whalers Orica Belvodoro Jesse H Freoman and schooner Bosario were last heard of on Sept IB when they were solidly imbedded in a mass of ice cakes along tho shoro at Point Barrows The total number of men on tho ves sels is 800 It is known that all ho vessels were short of provisions as thoy had expected to rcturu to San Francisco Â¬ Montoomery Ala Nov 1 Six new cases of yellow fever were reported here Mrs A King John Frabetis M A Shirah Willie OConnor BH Weathers and Miss Dowe No deaths These cases indicate no new foci of in- Â¬ fection All originating from the in- Â¬ fected district Only Two Cae In Mltalulppl Town Jacksov Miss Nor 1 The board of health in ts official statement chrou icles but two new cases of yellew fever In this section of tho country and these are at Clinton INDICTED FOR KILLING MINERS Sheriff Martin and III UeputU Charged With Murder Wilkesdarre Pa Oct 29 The In remembrancj of Gods goodness o us during ths past year which hns been so let us offer unto Him our abundant thankoglvlng nnd pay our vows unto the most high1 Under His watchful provi- Â¬ dence Industry has prospered the condi- Â¬ tions of labor lmvo been Improved the reÂ¬ ward of tho husbandman have been In- Â¬ creased and the comforts of our homes uiultlillol Ills mighty hand has pre 6ened pence nnd protected the nation KesiMwt for law nnd order has been Btrinthened lore of free institution chtrished and all Factions ot our beloved country brought Into closer bonds of fra- Â¬ ternal regard and generous co opcratlon For these great benefits It is our duty to prnlso the Lord In a spirit of humility and gratitude nnd to offer up to Him our most earnest suppllcntlonB That we may acÂ¬ knowledge our obligations as a people to Him who has so graciously granted us the blessings of free government and material prosperity I William McKlnley president of the United States do hsroby designate and eet apart Thursday th 5th day ot November for national Thanksgiving and prayer which all of the people are Invited to observe with appropriate religious services In their respective places ot wor- Â¬ ship On this day of rejoicing and do- Â¬ mestic reunion let our prayers ascend to the giver of every good and perfect gift for the continuance of Ills love nnd fivor to us that our hearts may be filled with charity and good will nnd that we may be ever worthy of his beneflclent concern In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and caused the seal of tho Unitod States to te affixed Done at the city of Washington this 29th day of October in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and ninety seven and of the independence of the United States the one hundred and twenty second William McKivlkv By the President John Siikiiman Secretary ot State Bucklens Arnica Salve The Best Salve in the world for Cuts Bruisep Sores Ulcere Salt Rheum Fe Â¬ ver Sore Tetter Chapped Hands Chil- Â¬ blains Corn and all Skin Eruptions and postively cures Piles or no pay re- Â¬ quired It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded Price 25 cents per box For Sale by Short Â¬ Hay nee Oct 29 The presi- Â¬ dent has pardoned Lewis Redwiue ot Atlanta who is now confined In the penitentiary at Colnmbns O Iledwino was convicted of embezzling the funds ot the bank of which he was cashier and sentenced to tour years in the peni tentiary The pardon Is crap ted to restore his citizenship as his term would expire Nov 4 Iardneif Washinoton by 111 PreildenU l5 79r Â¬ jS 1 - 1 Â¬ Chicago Hogs Selfctod butchers i 0O3 60 Mixed 4 4633 80 Cattle Niitivo itoen 8 was 0 mot sale H 605 25 cow and bull tl 763 W Shee- p- 7534 56 1 oa lamb 003 Saw York Going to Build or Repair Write g5334aaB43Sa34BfrCa 74mm la no need a4 okiWren beÂ¬ ing taritwael kiy Mntd Haada aeaeoM and runiloa D Witta Wilek Haaal arr ire- nriW nail mum yamnnwit ljrf lltk Cattle MW 00 BtwspM 0e4 7 Â¬ Short and Hnjraan lntnt Xfr 7 Louisville Ky For Prices on Lumber Doors Sush aj4 BlirtttShinale Steel Roofing Tfcv will iwe you money J P Will CO TH liHfc BftECKENRtDtiK fat D Hy t It mr i hi irfltfn an NjEWS Jrtprlttri 1897 BRANDENBURG Mis LTtsle Board is much better Mrs Wra Melntlro is Improving Mrs J D Hardin is able to walk out Tho meeting at Oik Grove is Btill in 17 0 BHgi Editors tad WEDNESDAY KOVEMDER 3 prcgrvsi Mis Jim Smith spent lasl week in Louisville Grr your thanksgiving pcullry in Mirs Eva Carrlgan visited Mrs Lewis order family last week Mr and Mrs Jess Herndon wero in TiiKRBisblg money in sheep Have town Sunday and attended church yon a lock Tho Hev Mr Phillip Jenkins is con y A hainv day never keeps a Republican ducting a meeting at Oak Grove away IrotatUb polls Mrs W D Howard spent last week with her mother Mrs J K Ditto Tut best revenge Is to bo as unlike as Miss Eleanor B Hendrick spent Satur- Â¬ possible the one who has wronged yon day aud Sunday with Mrs D M Dun- Â¬ SIX PAGES if SI ton yTiiK acreage o wheat in Breckenrlijge The quarterly services were interest county is b6 per cent greater than ever ing Bro Overton gave us excellent ser Â¬ sown before mons Mrs Helmstotter and Miss Georgia Tin-- easiest way out of a difficulty Is entertained friends from Louisville last always tho best That is why so mo Sunday people pay their debts Mr Franklin Ditto is able to be up and drive down to town which fact J am glad Tub Owensboro Mecscnger has two to chronicle 10000 damage suits on its hands as a re- Â¬ Miss Susie Elder spent Saturday and sult of the late campaign Sunday with Miss Lillian Rhodes Susie is teaching very successfully There is a good demand for good farms Jim Bickerstaff knows how to rush a farm lands in this section If you think girl when she wants to be rushed Ask are low just try to buy them AddieG Ditto if it isnt so Misses Baskett and Hendricks wero There aro good times ahead for tho farmer if be will only take advantage of guests of Mrs Win Blands last Friday night and attended tho Literary his opportunities Itaiso sheep Miss LIda Powell has been to Louis-Â¬ The defeated candidates can take this ville to take items in tho dress makipg consolation that theres lots of fun in line She is well posted and asks your running oven if they were defeated custom I had a kind Invitation to go to Big Do not let your want of success de- Â¬ Spring last Friday to hear the nominees press you but stiuggle on Labor hard The spirit was willing and the flesh continually and you will win in the wasnt weak but it was a busy day in end music Mrs G 11 Casperke Charlie Cas The Union Jaciflc railway was bid in perke Misses Lulu and Mary Lewis atby the Reorganization Committee at the tended tho Sunday school convention foreclosure sale at Omaha Monday The union at Salem last Thursday price paid was 57000000 The political lgbt will soon be over when hearts and brains will rest or a ItECEirrs of tho Federal Government spell However one contest is scarce- Â¬ forOctober were 24391 115 and expen- Â¬ ly over before preparations are made for Â¬ ditures 3H701512 Excei s of expenditures over receipts for the four months another Mrs Wm Cain and daughter Miss of tho present fiscal year is 33099010 Florence of Bewleyville wero hero lost Golden The man who gives his children habits Saturday and attended church of saving provides for them better than Hod is a great admirer of this paper if leaving them a fortune Teach them to alio does net favor the white metal deposit their dimes and nlckles in a bank theory The socnl calendar never wes duller instead of squandering them in nonliterally nothing on the tapis Wed essentials dings are a tiling of the past Cupid Every farmer w ho has a rough piece makes poor thots or his arrow is terribly We hope for an im Â¬ of land stony or grown up to under- Â¬ blunt this season brush should get sheep on It next season petus Thoy will at lemt pay interest and taxes Ice lias closed the Yukon and no more and give you all tho fresh meat jou treasures can come out this year A stampede for something to eat lias al- Â¬ need ready begun in the Klondike What The death of Henry George removes good can gold do a body when he is one of the most remarkable characters minus food 7 which America lias produced lie was France has been a large purchaser of a man of undoubted ability a dreamer American wheat so the demand for gold perhaps and a theorist but ouo whose for America will not fall on the Bank of dreams and whose theories woro for the England alone but the Bank of France benefit of the masses of the people will have to supply a considerable por- Â¬ tion of the demand Bleed Them Well Mrs M G Bold has had a fearful tlmo with her finger from oleander poison Maryland and Philadelphia dry picked turkeys iajs the New York Produce the leaf of the plant or the ooz coming Review command the highest market in contact with a little scratch it had to price not only for the reason that the be lanced to the bone Watch out for turkeys are fat and usually of a line oleander leaves It has been gloomy so gloomy this grade but that they are well bled in killing which naturally gives the skin a Halloween we do not know that one bleached white appearance Western would care to take a peep into the futute turkeys of a good quality can bo killed by any of the proposed and time honor- Â¬ in the 8ame manner if shippers will pay ed schemes the gray clouds the smoky more attention to bleeding them well atmosphere the leaden sky seem omi- Â¬ when killed Dressers usually employed nous But as the young folks cannot for this purpose are very ofton paid by celebrate on account of it falling on Sun- Â¬ the number of turkeys dretsad instead day they propose to hold high carnival of by tho day or hours employed and Monday night anxious to accomplish larga results I have no patience with hide bound bleed the turkeys very little and then partisanship The greatest liberality was by knocking tho head in order to cause promised by tho party now in power a quick relaxation thus enabling them last fall to some who voted from convic- Â¬ ff remove the feathers quickly and with tion The present policy of appointing ease causu the blood to settle in the negroes to important offices in the South head and breast of the turkey giving doesnt sot so well and it is not surpris- Â¬ the skin a dark dull appearance through Â¬ ing our affections are somewhat weaned out and before the turkey reaches tho market the neck and breast become dlscoorod making the turkeys undesir Â¬ able ami of less value This rule ap Â¬ plies to fowls and chickens as well The remarks of tho Rjview are corto which the Expectant Mother is rect In tho main It is not however exposed and the foreboding and tho stroke on tho head that causes the dread with which she looks for blood to settle in the breast but rather ward to the hour of womans the imperfect cut with the knife The severest trial is appreciated by but stroke should be heavy enough to pro- few All effort should be made duce unconsciousness but not to kill to smooth these rugged places quickly Thus made It is humane and in lifes pathway for her ere she alda the bleeding proceas provided the presses to her bosom her babe incision with tho knife be properly mado The relaxation which causes tho feathers to loo39n should be produced allays Nervousness and so assists by the knife Nature that the ehinfre rrnes for Death of an Old Citizen ward in an easy manner without Gustos- - KyNov 1 07Honry W such violent protest in the way of Cain an old citizen of Meade comity Nausea Headache Etc Gloomy died at tho home of his daughter Mrs forebodings yield to cheerful and Leona Adkisjon Wednesday Oct 27 of hopeful anticipations she passes typhoid pneumonia The funeral ser Â¬ through the ordeal quickly and is left strong and vices were conducted by Rev Walton of without pain Big Spring at the Guston Presbyterian vigorous and enabled to joyously church after which the remains wore in- Â¬ perform the high and holy duties now devolved upon her Safety terred in tho family burying ground to life of both is assured by the A Healthy Daby use of Mothers Friend and Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ to make the editor eel good drop in and pay your past duo tub ecriplion Ir you Want can Miss Mary ljwls will spend several weeks with Miss Eva Carrigan near Gus- Â¬ An alienation Ja in order The Demo Â¬ crats aro together in Madison county for all local tickets as they should bo every- Â¬ where bnt they Are not That bouquet II W J throw us two in last issuo was a veritable daisy one Mr Hardin hasnt forgotten how to write lovo letters cither just the O K kind orthodox sound And by the way I wish our friend would often send this paper some of his racy spicy entertain Â¬ ing communications Mr Editor Pres ton and Brandonburg have taken their hats off In appreciation of tho Lovo Letter Tho gatesof tbo Tennessee Coutennlal Exposition were closed forever last Sat urday ntgbt The last week was decidedly womanH week the press was glor- Â¬ iously represented and woman proved herself at homo That rcmlnJs mo that Mrs G II Casperke has one of tho pret- Â¬ tiest souvenirs from that exposition I have seen even from the Worlds Fair A Venetian scene beautifully executed and inlaid with pearls It Is artistic and unique Cards aro received announcing the marriaga of Mr Clarenco W Kerfoot of Oklahoma to Miss Anna M Richardson who went West several months g to take a position as book keeper in Ker-Â¬ foot Bros slore Annie has a large circle of relatives and friends hero who are glad to know she has married a most worthy estimable gentleman of fine bus Â¬ iness capacity Annie is n great favorite here and we all extend warm congratu- Â¬ lations Great Britain positively refuses to havo Wo thought a Monetary Conference tho British Cabinet would refuse Will the decision havo any effect upon Con gress this session 7 Does the Administration fear defeat in the Senate 7 That reminds mo of Mr A B Montgomery being beautifully dislodged by a Republican being put on the Dawes Commis- Â¬ Did sound money Democrats ex- Â¬ sion pect any spoils Arent they being treated with gratitude The intelligent Japanese lectured here but failed to tell us anything about the government or the religion but still his remarks were quite interesting to those unacquainted witli many of the habits New and customs of the Empire Japan is just now attracting much at- Â¬ tention and the Japancso minister at Washington has made a valuable contri- Â¬ bution to the good understanding which should exist between his nation and our own in an article on The New Japan in Harpers Monthly for November The articlo is very engaging and contains the writers personal views while- - it recapitulates much that tho country has already done He hopes to see Japan attain much greater national development This new life that Japan has entered upon is ono of upward struggle The United States has been a friend to this Oriental country helpful in tho hour of need considerate at all times The re- Â¬ cent discussions as to Hawaii should not mar our friendship but let simple justice be done Mr A O Burton gave a most interest ing talk last Friday night on the knotty problem of Social Discontent we might head it While at Chicago University he in company with his professor and school mates visited the poorest slums of that vast American Paris to acquaint himself with the miseries in which tho poor in large cities live He gave a graphic description of their cycle of wants and cravings He thinks the two impor- Â¬ tant qwstious confronting us are to con- Â¬ vince those classes that they are as good as George Pulliams con and to Impress a millionaire that he is no better from having been born in a palace than a boy born in one of those boyels As before said it is a knotty problem and if it is ever solved or settled it will be by what we term sociological results of missions Civilization cleanliness education dis- Â¬ content of despair all follow in tho wake of the cross Social savagery exists in all our laiga cities just as it does in Africa and India but just how to reach it and how to deal with it after it is reached is tho perplexing question These mis- Â¬ sionaries can do it eventually to a certain extent by his example as well as by his Or her doctrine of love mercy con- Â¬ sideration and holding up the Savior but Id like to see the color of the mis- Â¬ sionarys eyes and hair that could make a young Vanderbilt or Gould or Astor or Pullman or Rockefeller believe a fel- Â¬ low born in the slums is his equal Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ BORE XI6AT In a letter to Hartmanr Dr dated Dec 27tb 1890 George A ot Blanchard Rdyaiiy PrifrfialrJcih Cool Washington Ga writes My Weather is bound to come at an early date and every human body will And it necessary to put on in the habit of getting sore ovory year for the last twenty years and if any medical skill did mo any good it was so little I did not know it Two years ago my wife was down flick two months tried two doctors but the caso was a stubborn one of female trouble not only a good safe I found In remedy for throat but for weakness and nervous prostration I quit the doctors and and purchased a bottle of in three days after my wife got up and she has been going every since and I have not been bothered with that bad sore throat It used to last at least fif-Â¬ teen or twenty days Since we have used your medicine my wife has not lost a single day and she has gained over fifty pounds In a later letter July 22hd 1897 Mr Blanchard writes All of tho sickness we have in the family is when we cannot got We people in the South is a God sent blessing I think to friends o recommended mino that had asthma and one botte is used cured them Whenever it speaks loudly for itself Dr Hartman the original compoun- Â¬ der of Pe ru na has a recent book on chronic catarrh which will bo sent froo by Tho Peru na Drug Mf g Co Colum- Â¬ bus O Ask your druggist for a free Pe ru na Almanac for 1808 a Pe-ru-Pe-ru-a Pe-ru-Pe-ru-- Wf throat has been Warmer Clothing It therefore behooves you to study where to invest ypur money and how best to place it The Salt Lako Herald 6iyai Mr W Young 01 Third street Is tho hostess ol a delightful house patty Thn guests are Miss Murray Miss Mlnnlo Murray Miss Alllono Murray of Kentucky and Miss lolse Sherman Tho young ladles were invited Friday to remain Until Tuesday A number ot entertainments have been given In their honor 1riday night Mrs L O Trent entertained for them Yesterday Mrs Young pave a box party at the matinee in their honor which was followed by a dinner Today a number of gontlemen among them being Mt George Lawrence Dr Orltch low and Mr Murray will be addtd to tho party the features of tho day being a dinner and an old fafbloned southern supper Tomorrow night the festivities will close with a brilliant box party to witness Mr CraneVopenlug play SCROFULA One of Americas meet f raous physicians say -- Scrof Â¬ Serofutoua children arc ften beautiful children tut they lack nerve force strong booes stout muscles and vower to Fo delicate resist disease children there is no remedy equal to ula It external exKUumptlon J J Scotts Emulsion of Cod liver Oil with Hypo phosphites of Lime and Soda It fills out the skin by putting rood flesh beneath it It makes Z the cheeks red by making rich blood It creates an appetite for food and gives the body power enough to digest it Be sure you get SCOTTS Emul- 11 Note These Prices andthen come to Head quarters and get More For Your Money Free of Charge to Sufferers Cut tills out and lako it to your drug glet and get a samplo bottle free of Di Kings New Discovery for Consumption uougns ana uoius xuey do not ask you to buy beforo tryirg This will show you the merits of this truly wonderful remedy and show you what can bo ac- Â¬ complished by tho ngular sl3 bolte T sion This is no experiment and would be 2 druggUti 00 oi ind disastrous to tho proprietors did they BOWNE CtumUu New Yotk SCOTT not know it would invariably euro Many of the best physicians are now using it in their practice with great results Mr and Mrs G H Mullen of Owens- Â¬ and are relying on it in most severe boro wero with his brother Mr William cases It is guaranteed Short Haynes drug store Kegular sizj 60 Mullen of this city last week cents and 100 Mr Len Parson and Miss Mary Mills wero united in the holy bonds of wed- Â¬ Wont Tobacco plt and Hmone lour I Jre Awj To quit tobacco easily and forever bo mag lock Sunday night R9V VY B Rut netlo lull of life ncrvo and vigor take ledge officiating It was a quiet affair tho wonder worker that mako weak men only a few intimate friends being pres Â¬ strong All druggists GOo or tl Cure guaran Â¬ CtetCCCCCHlfr teed Booklet and sample free Address Sterling Remedy Co Ch learn or New York ent WARNING FOR SCHOOLMAAM A Fond Slother Viewed the Acquaintance With Some Suspicion Tho conrso of a teacher in 6omo rural schools is not unmarked by pitfalls Ono young lady thus engaged tells on Â¬ AAAVAAAMAAAAAAAAAAAAAAWWVVSAAJ Than You Ever amusing story of tho anxiety her conduct unwittingly caused tho mother of ono of her pupils Tho pupil in question was an overgrown and stupid but well behaved boy of 10 named Tobias Hodgo Ho was older by soveral years and far bigger than any other pupil in tho school but ho was not so well ad- Â¬ vanced in his studies as somo of tho younger ones Ho scorned so anxious to learn that tho teacher often got him to romain after school for tho purposo of assisting him in his studies Their homoward way lay over tho samo road and thoy would walk homo togother of tor tho hard places in tho lessons had been mado easy for Tobias LADIES Often in tho morning when aho left homo to go to tho schoolhouso tho DRESS GOODS teacher would find tho boy waiting for her and sho tactfully gavo him soveral lessons in politeness such as lifting his 36 inches wide hat to hor and othor ladies and assist Â¬ ing her over bad places in tho road up- Sho was beginning to feel that Bho might really mako something out of To-Â¬ ALL WOOL NOVELTY bias when her efforts on his behalf re Â¬ EFFECTS 38 inches ceived a sudden check by tho rccoipt of wide to 50c tho following noto from his widowed mother Maddcm I Just want to Bay that I have 0AMASSE DRESS hoerd how you nro carryln on with my eon GOODS all colors Tobc on all I cot to gay Is that he aint of Â¬ ClosingOut Sale Millinery Having fully mado up my mind to closo out my entire stock of lillincry goods I will from this dato Received November 8th until January 1st mako Before Â¬ Prices That Will Induce You to Buy whether you need anything in this line or not I have a full lino of Hats Feathers Ribbons and Velvets Now while you need them is Iho lime to Take Advantage of the Great Bargains that will he offered you all wool mixtures 25c rJUu Qrp I2C to 18c Mrs H V Duncan WWWWWWVWWVWWWVWWWWWV 58 lBffifflggggffifflgBffiffl8BBra marryln use an 1 am his gardoen the wise ought to bo sufflshent A word to London Tolegraph How the Sccna Wa Once Lighted THE DANGER Â¬ Â¬ when reading of tho old porf ormanccs in tho last century how it was that the Tho power of lighting was contrived oil lamps was limited enough Theaters liko Drury Lano and Covcnt Garden woro of enormous sizo Thero woro no footlights at least until about tho mid dlo of tho last century and thoy wero tho humblo floats dim enough Yet thoro was amplo light to observo ex Â¬ pression and play of features so neces Â¬ sary in interpreting tho fino old como dics of character Nowadays tho Btago is ono blozo It is literally bathed and suffused in light Thero aro no shad Â¬ ows and yet it might bo said tho amount of necessary light is no more than thero used to bo and is not nearly as satisfactory How was it then In tho theaters of Garrick and earlier days tho stago was really lit by four great chandeliers which hung directly over tho heads of tho actors from tho arch of tho proscenium and just outside tho curtain When tho play was over theso wore lowered slowly a signal for tho uudienco to dopart Thcso chando liors furnished a goodly amount of light on a circular zono immediately below them Tho actors faces and figures woro lit in tho natural way as tho sun would light them but tho rest of tho Some Georgia Nuggets stago was comparatively dark or Gentlemans Magazine Some folks would rather wait all day gloomy fer de wagon than run ten yards ter ketch a train Doan judge de church by de steeple Some steeples is bo high dat sinners cant hear de bell ring De worl wuz a mighty good worl tili it got folks in it Vase in dein days dey A COMPLICATED CASE CURED wuznt nobody ter tell you how bad it It must havo often struck pcoplo LADIES HOSE TAN COLORED HOSE plain or ribbed and IOc per FAST BLACK REGULAR MADE COTTON HOSE worth from JJp pair 0U IOc J to 35c per pair 12o to 45c CAPES IN ALL COLORS AND THE LATEST STYLES Q1 Oh ranging in price from to 1000 Worth considerable more Ask to see them for wo show our goods with pleasure All goods marked in plain figures One price to all tjjlt Â¬ GENTS AND BOYS CLOTHING A GOOD PAIR OF CASSIMERE PANTS good patterns from All wool no shoddy M PA picJV 400 to So Completely and Quickly MENS WORKING PANTS Worth more money MOTHERS FRIEND wuz De proJIgil son never went home till he got hongry After dat In got religion en made a bee line fer de ol mans De middle er de road is purty dusty but its lots safer than stumblln rouu in de woods Atlanta Cokstitutiok The Trial of the Great Dreams of inilucnco and command filled his mind Men bowing beforo him crowds striving to obey his ovcry thought and wish flitted delightfully across his imagination Then tho door openod suddenly If you please sir uiid thooxcitod butler tho cooks given notico to leave That was nil but it was enough Brooklyu Llfo 75c to 135 mm l BOYS SUITS 2 or 3 pieces rr wv ranging in prico from to 450 Splendid values and latest styles SHOES For Men Women and Childran ir I 51 MENS SHOES A OF SHOES worth our price A SHOE FOR that would be writes Dr Fcnneri I bad a beary pala otm cheap at 200 my kidneys and cramps In my limbs lor a long time Alio backache wlh scanty and Fro3onlaNy turbid urine bloating ot limb and a general SERVICEABLE PAIR 150 m dyl A P1 at m DM msMMiiruutR shortened I began taking Hoods Sarsaparilia and I know one lady tho of three giving it to her and continued the inedir children who b tillered mother in the greatly cine for some time when the disease dis Â¬ birth of each who obtained a bottle of appeared She is now a healthy and Mothers Friend of me before her fourth well developed child and I feel I owe her quickly confinement and was relieved and easily All agree that their restoration to healthy to Hoods Sareapar labor was shorter and less painful Ilia Mrs J L Jjtrraus Seven Guns John G Pouiill tacoi Ga My baby was taken with eczima r- the time of recovery m X tli O 1 Q m formerly Hixsou No ho punctured tho tiro on his wheel of fortune Chicago News Tho annual taxes of tho world aggro gato tho enorraoMBumoi 4880000 COO Cant Jtalie tile Wind Dixon Young Softloigh doesnt soem to bo traveling at such a rapid gait oa DROPSIOAL CONDITION ot the lyitem caused by heart dlMaefrta which I had lufferod for years 1 have toeo taking your Kidney and Backache Our awl com to be entirely Kllvd I Mvwrk4 uodlcluohclpmo Maotaaktaly aa4 quickly STRICTLY ONE PRICE HONEST DEALING VESTS with Hood JUoii fills are the ansflM S o W IOOPERBOTTLS at nil Drugstore or sent by expreai oa rolpt of price to taxo MAVS Containing UYlabla information or HI N teat to uuu Mver YSc tateroM to all vronita appttoattea fey MCE any addma upon is OEABLB0 J TH KUFfU HMULATM 6 AnT Them aro world aad 17 qulmiiw f time aw la Qymmaf laotorie la tiw O MARTIN FTMriftid PJwrtaacUt bov THEvFAIR Cloverport Ky tfoer Fe CI aver Mrtj Breckenridge - I News 18S7 HE DID WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 3 HUMAN BRAINS How Silence Views the lllfferelico Iletwcen Men and Women Tho weightier brain vrould seem nlso to Indicate a priori tho greater intel lectual power ntitl this too is bonio ont by undoubted facts Women it has often been said havo yet to produco tholr Newton tholr Dante their Aris totlo their Pnscnl thoir Uoctha Tho asocrtlou is very fcobly met by tho contention that womens education hat been for centuries neglected It was not education which enabled Pascal ns n child to sco his way through problems which not ono man hi 1000 can understand after prolonged mental drill It was not education which gavo tho raco its groat meij poets Thoy lisped in Uumbors for tho numbers camo But where aro their fomiuiuo equals Wo will howovcr tako on art in which women havo enjoyed far moro training than men tho art of muslo Thero aro somo excellent women pianists and violinists but whoro aro tho femalo Uachs Bcethovcns Mozarts and Wagners Ka Â¬ tun only can oxplain tho absenco of great women composers as of tho fcini nino compeers of Titian and Raphaol tho techniquo of whoso art seems peculiarly fitted to women Nature tolls us that slio cannot fonn tho matrix out of which commanding intellectual geniuses of tho femalo rcx would proceed Why this is bo wo may partly guess but cannot wholly know Wo boo that naturo has divided tho world into sexes for her own purposes and that to each box peculiar functions aro assigned Wo sco that tho physio- Â¬ logical functions of woman necessitate a different anatomy from that of man and wo infer that theso functions and this structure prcclndo speaking generally tho kind of effort which wo call euprcmo genius as also that kind of effort which wo call sustained cxecutivo power Whilo women aro not so far differentiated from men that they cannot enter with pleasure into mens works and often in a great incisure share in their production it remains a fact that it is mans particular organization which is alouo capablo cither of tho highest manifestations of genius or tho most sustniued exhibition of energy Whether itwill always bo so wo do not know for wo cannot peer into tho future It is sufficient that it not only is so now but that it always has been so and that scieuco docs givo us eouio good grounds for believing that tho fact is deeply rooted in tho very structure of London Spectator box Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ill cnildr for yon mid Jack at tho start As ho etolo a shy glanco at the maid of hi heart IIo picked up tho nlhllck the brassy and oleek Blio Brospcd her pot drlvor too busy to speak Her Hub soon sho soloil II a hazard within And sat on n bnnkor ocrcome with chagrin How nro yon cried Muggins Four down sho roplled Will you be Nover mind said a whisper my brldo Why yosl Twos Jack who had spoken an swered sho mnrry you Jack If youll enddy for mo Ill Harvey Wlckhain In Now York Bun - ON I THE TRAIL OF A GHOST I FORMER DUEL8 Some of the Famous Affairs of Honor ef OLD TIME FLYCATCHING rrlmltlve Method of Getting Hid of the Troublesome Tests M wWWsspsn sji w wasw y sjs A Specimen of the Letters Sent to the London Times Tho following lotter to tho London Times tolls a rather interesting oxpo rlenco and is a good illustration of tho way Engllshmou writo to that paper about all sorts of topics To the Editor of The Times Bin A curious parallel to your correspondent Mr Wicks exorcism of tho ghost that ltauntod tho houxf at Esher occurred somo few years ago In an old Oxfordshire mansion of which friends of my own had recently bocomw possessed Boon after tho now owners arrival tho grewsomo discovery was made that on thn upper floor containing the servants apart- Â¬ THE CARIBBEAN Captain Malinn on tho Strategic Impor- Â¬ tance of the I and Girt Sea Canscs superficially very dlvcrso but essentially tho samo in that thoy aroso THE HEALTHY PALATE It Does Not Crave Condiments but the Food Must Iossess Flavor PI IJ While a perfectly sound and healthy palato docs not cravo for condiments even prefers to do without thorn yet tho majority of digestions require to bo humored and kept in order and thoir peculiarities must bo studied Dr Bruii ton says Savory food causes tho digestivo juices to bo freely secreted Well cooked und palatablo food is therefore moro di- gcstiblo than tho unpalatable If food lacks savor a desire naturally arises to supply it by condiments not always well6electcd or wholesome As commcrco brought them within reach of tho peoplo condiments in sim plo or complicated forms camo greatly into favor and foreign spices were added to tho wild herbal growths of tho fields and hedgea In our early history tho spicory was a special department of tho court and had its proper officers In tho fourtccutn century spices wero both costly and rare most of them coming from tho Levant Chaucer mentions many by namo canclla macys clowes grains of paradise nutmegs cloves caraway and spikenard Tho ancients especially tho Greeks und Romans in tho luxurious period of their history usod condiments very freely An old English historian referring to tho earlier Roman court says Tho best magistrates of Rome allowed but tho ninth day for tho city and publick businoss tho rest for tho country and From this it would tho sallct garden Ecem as though tho education of taste was accounted of somo conscquenco in thoso days Exchange Â¬ Â¬ from aud still depend npon a lack of lo- Â¬ cal political capacity havo brought tho Mediterranean nud tho Caribbean in our own timo to similar conditions re garded as quantities of interest in tho Bphcre of international relations What over tho intrinsic value of tho two bod Â¬ ies of water in thcmsolves or in their surroundings whatever thoir present contributions to tho prosperity or to tho culture of mankind their conspicuous characteristics now aro thoir political and military importance in tho broadest tenso as concerning not only tho countries that bonier them but tho world at largo Both are land girt seas both aro links in a chain of communication botweou an cast and a west In both tho chain is broken by an isthmus Both aro of contracted oxtont when compared with great oceans and in couseqnenco of theso common features both present in an intensified form tho advantages and tho limitations political and military which condition tho influcuco of sea power This conclusion is notably trno of tho Mediterranean as is shown by its history It is oven moro forcibly truo of tho Caribbean partly becauso tho contour of its shores docs not as in ho Mediterranean peninsulas thrust tho power of tho land so far and so sustain cdly into tho sea partly becauso from historical antecedents already alluded to in tho character of tho first colo- Â¬ nists and from tho shortness of tho timo tho ground has been in civilized occupation tlicro docs not exist in tho Caribbean or in tho gulf of Mexico apart from tho United States any land power at nil comparable to those great continental states of Europo whoso strength lies in their armies far more than in their navies So far as national inclinations as distinct from tho cautious actions of states man can bo discerned in tho Mediter Â¬ ranean at present tho sea powers Groat Britain Franco and Italy are opposed to tho land powers Germany Austria and Russia and tho latter domiuato action It cannot bo so in any near future in tho Caribbean Tho Caribbean is pre Â¬ eminently tho domain of Bca power Captain A T Mohan U 8 N in Harpcrp Magazine Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ments and tie childrens nurseries thero was a chamber which had long boon known m haunted and in which no ono could over bo In duced to sleep lly daylight It was n pleasant sunny room but to be In It at night so every occupant declared was enough to chill the very marrow In onos bones No sooner was tho homo all quiet doors and windows shut and inldnlght near chiming from the church tower then strange sounds hoard nowhoro elso bo- pan to All tho haunted room Weird tnulo broke the silence now swoot and soft and lovely as a dream thon swelling into wild confu- sion then dying away In long drawn moans of infinite- distress Nothing was ever seen but there was no delusion as to tho sounds It wns no uso putting a now servant ignorant of tho facts to sleep there Midnight was suro to mako tbo secret known Those moans as of n soul In pain so it was steadily afflrmod pro ceeded from no human visitant The room was haunted and It was not to bo expected that any ono would sleep In company with a Â¬ I ghost My friend tho mistress of the house was n woman of great ncrvo and common sense Bho needed the room for household uso and sho resolved to lay the ghost Accordingly sho had It made ready for occupation nnd after a care- Â¬ ful examination of everything in tho apart ment prepared to spend the night In It herself The tales were quite true Toward midnight when all was rtlll tho ghostly muslo began to quiver through tho silence sweet and wild and exquisitely sad My friend listened not quite guiltless perhaps of tremors Then she reso and examined the room carefully afresh Pres Â¬ ently It struck her that the sounds procooded from one corner of the floor She lifted tho rug put her ear down and found it to be the case Bho ltad located the ghost If it was not laid Next morning a carpenter was sent for the boards were taken up and Immediately beneath thero was revealed a perfect plexus of bell wires which had been conducted by this routo to the different parts of the house When doors and windows were all closed and everything still at night the wind finding Its way by what channel It could turned tnls labyrinth of wires Into an eeollan harp whenco Issued tho mysterious sounds by which suc cessive households had been scared The wires were adjusted tho chinks and crannies closed up tho ghost was laid and tho haunted room has been comfortably occupied over since Â¬ Â¬ The Magnet In Surgery Tho following rcmorkablo account of tho extraction of a needle from tho body by means of a magnet is given by UnclcvNates Ilreak Ono of our neighbors Undo Nato as wo call him was greatly bothered by a whipporwill that camo nearly every night and sat on a rock in his back yard and sang his lovo song or wliatover it Ono night ho lay awako and as ho 6aid stood it just as long as ho could when ho got up aud taking down the is until Undo Nato was nearly wild old gun that was loaded with a fox charge ho went to tho back door and drawing a bead on thq rock which ho could dimly boo in tho faint starlight blazed away Then in tho pleasing consciousness of a good deed well done ho again sought his couch In tho morning his first caro was to reload tho old gun as there was no tell- Â¬ ing when it would bo needed After this task was finished ho started for tho back yard to gloat over tho mangled re Â¬ mains of his tormentor but what wore his horror and disgust to find that in Â¬ stead of holding on tho rock ho had completely riddled his wifos best wash tub which was turned bottom up about four feet from tho rock Tho disappointment was bad enough but when Aunt Hannah camo out and saw tho ruin Undo Nato af tcrward declared it was worso than tho whlppoor will and ho mado a break for tho barn his usual haven of rcfugo in such coses Forest and Stream Â¬ SLATE PENCILS What Titer Are Composed of and How Titer Are Made Slato pencils undergo n number of processes bof oro they are ready for nso and in making them nearly all of tho manual labor is dono by boys First broken pieces of slato are put into a mortar run by Btcam ana aro crushed to a powder which is then bolted in a ma chino such as is used in flouring mills A fine slato flour results which is thor oughly mixod in a largo tub with steatite flour and other materials thowholo making a stiff dough Tho dough is kneadetLby being passed between iron rollers a number of times and it is then taken to a tablo where it is mado into Ehort cylinders four or flvo inches in thickness and containing from eight to ton pounds of material each Four of thoso cylinders aro placed in a strong iron resort which has a change able nozzlo so that tho sizo of tho pen Â¬ cils may bo regulated In tho rotort tho material is subjocted to great hydraulio pressure and is thus pushed tlirough tho nozzlo in tho shape of n long cord As tho cord comes through tho nozzlo it passes pvern knifo aud is cut into tho desired lengths Tho lengths aro laid on boards to dry and are then placed on sheets of corrugated zinc tho corrugation preventing tho pencils from warping duriug tho baking process Thobaking is dono lu a ldlu into which superheat ed Btcam hOutrodwul tlirough pipes Tho pencils go lruu tho kilu to tho finishing and packing room vhcro tho ends tiro held for au Instant under a rapidly revolving emery whegl which neatly points them Fiually Ihc7 ure packed hi pasteboard bosea IQOpuicllsiu each box thou 100 f tlve paateiioard boxes are packod in n vootteti bos and they aro ready for Philadelphia Times eUijHsent Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- The Decline of Man Thero seems to bo somo uncertainty as to tho sizo of our great mother Tho p V i French orientalist Ilcnrlou member of tho academy howovcr fixed it witli a precision satisfactory at least to himself Ho gives tho following tablo of tho rolativo heights of several eminent historical personages Adam was precisely 133 feet 0 inches high Evo was precisely 118 feet 070 inches high Noah was precisely 103 feet high Abraham was precisoly 37 feet high Moses was precisoly 13 feet high Uorculos was precisely 0 feet high Alexander was precisely 0 feet high Julius Caesar was precisely 6 feet high Â¬ Atmospherlo Temperature Tho touiporutnro of tho atmosphere cools on an average about ono degree for every 800 feet that wo ascend or worms at tho same rate as wo descend Tho mean temperature at tho north polo Is 0 and at tho tquator between 80 and 00 degrees Wo can therefore get into a temperature ouo degrco colder for every 70 or 80 miles that wo travel north aud in a temperature ouo degree warmer for every 70 or 80 miles that Philadelphia Times wo travel south i Two ladies driving along tho Bathurst N S W road recently overtook a small boy trudging wearily along ou bare foot When given a lift it was found ho hud walked from Lawsou to tho valley 1 a miles to buy a loaf of bread which was a penny cheaper thoro Twouty four miles to save a pea nyl Religion Versos rolltlc Olerk Man wants transportation to i Chicago Ruilroid Gfliciul Confounded cler- Â¬ gyman I suppohO Well I hato to do it but you may sell him a ticket at Tim worat cold I ever had in my life half furo Clerk a miuuto later Man says hm utd by Chamberlains Ootlgli writ W II Norton of 6ut- - hos uot a clergyman Hes a member of This cold left me with tho legislature tar Omk dal Railroad Official Ah Toll klm wa a OMgti and I waa expectorating all the takq pleasure la handing him a fee tioksv If JJaraedy cured ne and I waafajl of fay Manila when troubled pass Brooklyn Life villi a taamS or oold k ua it for It will Smaller twt Mm Aeilre ctotiMagaod HoWbr A R Finder ia swallar The OtoMpett and B A b1Ibmh Staph that oftongue of wotaau utau Ifroiiaites apapart ists among continental hotel employees Usually on board tho boats from Calais Boulogne and Ostcnd notes are compared by tourists who havo covered tho same ground and followed tho samo itinerary Tho results ore significant of cyo open Â¬ Somo such colloquy as tho foling lowing is often overheard My box and two portmanteaus were The Number Thirteen smashed fearfully by that villain of a Tho superstition that 18 is unlucky which is traced back to a sacred source porter at tho Hotel des Bains Villavilla Â¬ meets with as many contradictions as and my wifo and 1 could get no attendconfirmations Tho fact that tho horri- ance That is curious for wo were treated ble fire in the Paris bazaar started at booth 13 was telegraphed all around tho by all tho servants most beautifully world whereas littlo notice is attracted May I ask you a question Did you tip by Nanscns success with 18 men At tho servants properly at tho previous ono timo 3 was a dreaded number in pluco Hotel do Luxe Lucerne No I confess it was an oversight England owing to tho dynastiodisas tcrs to all monarchs second of thoir but what has that to do with tho Villa namo from Etholred II to Georgo IL villa hotel Everything Look at tho hotel labels Yet Napoleons number through all his lifo was 3 and who could wish for cu your lnggago All on lower right better luck than camo to Goody Two hand corner That implies that you aro Now look at initio Shoes or than that which results at mean and illiberal times from having two strings to your All tho labels in tho upper left hand corner That signifies liberality treat bow courasa hitn your Threo which since tho days of Py- thin jwrsou well politeness will bo rewarded My friends thagoras lias been tho divino number shows that it is not invariably fortu- Â¬ bag hero has a label stuck right in tho and nate for though tho fates aro threo so middlo tip that means A good fellow but very oxactiug not easi will also aro tho furies Tho graces oro London Mail threo but so also are the judges in ly pleased hades and tho heads of Cerberus Then Longevity of Astronomers thero oro tho records of three disloyal Tho longevity enjoyed by astronomers tribes in Wolsh history there oro tho threo robbers in Orions belt thero is proverbial and an astronomical jourwero tho throo tyrants at Athens and nal gives a long list of them who havo 3 in mythology is as unlucky us it far exceeded tho threescore years and is divino Just so clearly as it has been ten Among tho eminent names ore Cos shown in timo that tho unlucky 3 sini who lived to 07Carolino Hcrschcl can be lucky and that tho pleasant to 08 Sir W Herschel to b4 Nowton 0 can bo unpleasant tho followers of to 8 i Mary Somorvillo to 03 Halloy to Writes Letters to Himself tho lato Captain Fowler would show 80 Sir Georgo Airey to 00 Sir David John Bcckwith tho warehouseman Brewster to tU Sir E Sablno to 04 received a letter the other day address that tho unlucky 18 can bo tho luckiest Humboldt to 00 Schwaboto 80 Santiui ed in a round business hand and boaring number thoro ia So wo may as woll to 01 and Fouteucllo to 100 Regular tho Oakland postmark IIo glanced at regret his departure whilo wo wishÂ¬ ity of habit conduces to longevity in any it rubbed his forehead reflectively a success to his associates Boston Jour walk of life aud It is a necessity to the moment and then without nncnlng tho nal astrouotner This added to tho calm envelope tore it into bits nu Authority pursuit of thcoo who study tho heavens asked his Why did you do that Daniel Websters oratory was not al counterbalances tho effect of lato watch might have contained ways of tho pondorous order OccasionThat partner lugs and exposure to tho night air something of importance ally ho would introdaco a bit of humor How to Cure Bilious Colio No it didnt I wrote it myself very offoctivoly on instanco of which Aro you in tho habit of writing lot I stiff rid for weeks with colic aid Tho Green Bag gives as follows tors to yourself Daniel Wobstor when in full practico pains In my ftomach caused by bilious Yes I have to Now if I hadnt was employed to defend tho will of nesa ond had lo take medicine a 1 the written that yesterday and mailed it 1 Roger Perkins of Hopkinton A physiuntil I used Chamberlains Colic would havo forgotten that bunch of cian mado affidavit that tho testator was while Cholf in and Darrhea Remedy which braid two dozen pearl buttons and five struck with death when ho signed tho yards of haircloth that I havo got to go will- - Wobstor subjected his testimony cured me I have sit ce recommended it Mrs F Butlhi down town and buy right now Onco to a most thorough examination show- Â¬ tingiod many people though I wroto a letter to myself about ing by quoting medical authorities that Fairhaven Conn Persons who are sub Â¬ something I wanted to remombor and doctors disagreo as to tho precise mo- Â¬ ject to bilious colic can v a d oT the at Â¬ forgot to mail it for two weeks Sou ment when a dying man is struck with tack bv taking this remedy as soon as Francisco Post death somo affirming that it is at tho the first symptoms appear Fold by A commencement of tho disease others at R Fisher Clovrport and U A Shell Ills Oood Reason its climax and othors still affirm that man Sephi nrpott Patient I want to toko gas wo begin to die as soon as wo ore born Dentist It is not usual to adminis Somo lCoyal Titles op- Â¬ I should llko ter gas for such a small tooth my boy posing counsel to know said tho what doctor maintains Tho kings and queens of Eugland It wont hurt you for an instant wero not always styled his or her Youvo got to givo mo gas or I that thoory said Mr Webster with majesty or after tho pattern of that Dr Watts wont havo it out her most great dignity Tho moment wo bogin bestowed upon Victoria You shouldnt bo so afraid of being Henry IV was styled to live wo all bocln to dio KTucious majesty hurt Now sit up there llko a littlo Henry VI his mobt ex Â¬ hlsgroco The three year old bojTof J A John- Â¬ man Edward IV high and cellent grace In subject to 1 aint afraid of being hurt but I son of Lynn Center III Houry VII his grace he mighty priuco expect l shall screech when it comes attacks of croup Mr Johnson s Henry VIII his and his majesty Â¬ nf Cham out Is satisfied that the timely n his majeshighness and afterward That wont matter berlains CourIi Remedy during a svero ty Subsequently tho English kings Yes it wilL All tho boys I ever attack saved his little boys life He Js wero Btylod his sacred majesty licked aro waiting outsldo to hear mo In the drug business a member of thn Whilo on tho subject it may uot bo un Exchange holler firm of Johnson Bros of that place and interesting to give tho meaning of BOina they handle a Kifflt maay patent medi- Â¬ royal titles thus King means father Bow to Get Found In Boston IIo kaiser and czar Cajsar or autocrat a A stranger has no oxcuso for being cines or throat aud lung dls asea vMifmnHnii rt Rnnmlnrobcta duko lost in Boston although oar streets are had ail these to choose from and skilled mcaus leader emperor commander a trifle crooked If tho visitor who has phyelclarsready to respond to his call hospodar master of tho houso khan lobt his hearings will only strlko out at but selected this remedy for us In his provincial chief landgravo land roovo random ho will bxm find himself ou own family at a time when Oils childs inargravo border roovo nlzara ruler Bos Boston Common Its a suro rule life was In dargr because lie knew it phoraoh light of tho world shah pro ton Record to be superior to any other and famous tector sheik ldrj sultan ruler Way the Air Is Warm the country over lor its cures ol croup Meteorologist say that thoacat of tho Mr Johnson says this Is the lwst selling sir Is due to six sources 1 That from the couah medicine they hamllu and that it DAUGHTERS Interior of the earth 8 That from the Development budding- Into womsuhood gives splendid satisfaction in all raup tars 8 That from the moon 4 That slaw eyes dulled face pimpled complex Ion sallow pains lu back and sldo and Oloverport and from the friction of tho wind and tlMs Slid by A It Fisher constantly tired 6 That from the meteors 0 That from R ABhellmin Stephepsport the nun Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ thrust a broken necdlo into her right hand whilo wash Â¬ ing clothes Tho necdlo having disap- Â¬ peared in tho flesh tho surgeon who was consulted Boveral days after tho ac- Â¬ cident refused to perform an operation fearing lest ho should bo obliged to mako a largo number of incisions among tho ligaments of tho articulation Two months afterward tho girl lost tho use of her right hand and tho least move- Â¬ ment of tho fingers caused her exqnisito pain Drs Gorinowski and Ccrcstin then determined to extract tho necdlo with tho aid of a magnet drawing it into a fleshy region where an incision could bo mado without danger To causo this movement thoy choso a very fooblo electro magnot but a difficulty aroso Tho necdlo having entered point first it would havo to bo drawn out backward tho broken part in advance Tho first trial lasted two hours with short intervals of rest without appreciable results Beforo the third trial tho girl said that sho felt a pricking hi tho palm of tho hand near tho placo Avhcro tho magnet had been tip plied and whero tho needle ought to ap- Â¬ pear At tho ninth sitting finally tho necdlo appeared beneath tho skin and camo out whole broken end first with out pain and without loss of blood It fixed itself to tho polo of tho electro magnet and tho young laundress was cured Tills result tho drawing of a necdlo through tho flesh is very re markable In 20 hours after tho first trial this necdlo was extracted from tho inside of tho hand after lying there moro than two months Translation For Literary B igost Cosmos A young laundress the rast General Benedict Arnold fought a duel near Kilbuni Wells in 1701 with Lord Lauderdale who after Arnold missed him refused cither to fire or to apologlzo saying that if tho general was not satisfied ho could keep on firing until ho was In 1801 tho turbulent Lord Camolford tho symmetrical ar Â¬ rangement of whoso whips and sticks over his chimnoypioco is described by Byron From tho thick bludgeon to lost his lifo in a tho taper switch duel ho owed to a vengeanco do femmo Captain Best had caught a sharper named Symonds in tho act of cheating and kicked his faco to a pulp Tho mans wifo wrote Camolford an anonymous letter to toll him his friend Best hod slandered him A duel was fought witli pistols they wero the two best shots in England and Camolford foil You havo killed with a mortal wound mo Best said tho dying man but tho fault is wholly mine I roliovo you of all tho blame But men of mature years and established reputation risked lifo as recklessly as tho wildest young guardsmen or London rakes Charles James Fox fought a duel with a cabinet minister Mr Adam lu 1770 Adam Four shots wore oxchanged missed Fox fired in tho air and apologized Sir said Adam you have In India behaved llko a man of honor toward the end of tho last century a duel was fought between Warren Hast Â¬ ings and Sir Philip Francis tho latter being dangerously wounded Shortly afterward in Bombay Lord Macartney and Mr Sadlor qnarrclod at tho council board and in tho duel Macartney re- Â¬ ceived a dangerous wound Tho Earl of Talbot and Jolin Wilkes fighting a duel at night in tho garden of tho Bed Lion inn at Bagshot and discussing tho conditions of it beforehand in a private room over a chop is a tableau do nicours Georgo Canning was seriously wound ed when ho and Castlcrcagh met at Put ney in 1807 to oxchango four Bhots In tho duel botweou Henry Grnttan and Mr Corry a bullet shattered tho lattcrs arm As late as 183S Mr Roebuck fought a duel with Mr Black of Tho Morning Chronicle when two shots wero exchanged without result Tho fighting parson was then ns well known as tho fighting editor Tho Rov Henry Bato editor of Tho Morning Post was both A dead shot and with what his contemporaries call a profligato ho was most successful as a tongue Fighting Fitz duelist Ho pinked gerald a Mr Teniplo a young barrister who was his assistant editor and sovcral others but met his match at last in Captain Stoncy Robinson who gavo him a severe wound but whom ho also woundod Comhill Magazine Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Wilson living ono mllo a Scottsburg Ind communication has hanging in his barn an interesting kecpsako in tho sliapo of a flycatcher It is not so curious in it- Â¬ self as it is in showing tho primitlvo methods resorted to by tho farmers hi early days to rid themselves of flics It is simply two smooth walnut boards perhaps 80 by 13 inches bovolcd at ono end nud fastened together by two whang cords strung through matched holes In tho antcbollum days peoplo nover thought of keeping flics out of tho housoj tho problem was to dlsposo of them as thoy swarmed through tho rooms maklug lifo miserable generally In fact tho uso of netting to prevent thoir ingress is of comparatively recent origin tho invention of this much need- Â¬ ed artlclo dating back only 15 or 20 years As everybody knows flics aro exceptionally thick in farmhouses oven whoro screens aro used and when they In aro not they aro almost intolerable tho olden days tho method most commonly employed in tho country to do Btroy tho troublesomo fly was tho uso of such Instruments as tho ono described above Tho boards wero hoveled and hung in such manner that by thoir weight thoy separated at tho bottom and thus hung in an inverted V shape To attract tho flics thoy were smeared with molasf os ou tho inner surface Thus prepared they wero suspended in convenient places about tho honso in kitchen liallway porch which gen erally sen oil as tho summer dining placo and especially in passageways It was a common duty of every 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Indiana s T rf imir you are safe from tte awful ukaaaa Oascaraii tkattoy the item taravgb 04 the ayatam atvd aaaka it impaatibs for saw ob Qaaearata ara to form th ely raiiabla afc ftoanl for youa aad obi again Yaltow Jaalr 10 Site Me al druggists YalUw ftrtr iwrai bread la the bo wait Kill than aad French billiard tables havo slxka instead of four as in Amoriea Joro i aro uo strings for marking bco kept by shalklug tho figure on a Blate Bet ia tho side of the tablo or on a ine chaulatl reckoner inserted la the name Nearly 4500000 wortk of artificial flowers aw oW 1st Lomloei yaariy Most both mother and daughter Regulate and strengthen the delicate organs which should perform the natural unction or WOMANHOOD trying and critical time of Sold by SHORT HAYNES ME MADE TABLETS A MAN AJ fr life for fl 4UJVmM orr ImpoUuar ciwgu bj Abase AX HU V tf MS bttttl WINTERSMITHS During jj years Winter wossanhooil iWc5laUvllleKyGntAfeta Maltas Buchu has never failed in curing the ills of girlhood at this critical time Arthur AU InoMi and merchants Severs TRAVEL DO YOU a trlpl joa swr fnwa arSTouffnla to Ufa MoaalaekM Wpriroui h Bo tatuioU mtaiiaa rwrl Fr Meereasa mot I J5Z tan MTiuesi list jjsijUche JtR7 fl tip uv saa ata a cure sssksLasrsrnainsi aissst nt atxf prarentfttU n awss ru HrMrf thT Ham uMd skMHaaXTsi3iil ma tmf uWe flTsn tin rnia aaaneiee n sbms a sisifaaM ilaTTtrMtMaX h er nriuun l I BUCHU 1 HSsJSf fife sra2th known OrU VjTbVWI WaiasssisUnl Mk MBoy7 ttkavrl A Ky HrsalslaClemss Mamm Ba etsjajltta ky MyE1lTi sate MtSM imHDn WJtMfMSbAY NOVEMBER 3 1897 THACKEftAV IK MM OSTON Good Society of 3CAKY INTOXICANTS MR JOHNSON WHO TRAVELS FREE Â¬ LY DISCUSSES THE SUBJECT Three Valuable Books Given Away ART AND IANCY WORK NURSERY RYMES HOME DYEING Mrs NIU Dargett editor of The Home hm published a new edition of her popular took Fancy Work and Art Decorations that Rivet prsctlctl Instructions Cir msking dnilie utile covers scarfs tray cloVis pin uvhlini rie etc with fifty Illustrations Thli fool together with Nusery R ires ift poie pjmplct with hand srnie colored cover designed to the Old Woman Who Lived la a Shoe aid Succtstfnl Home Dyeing will he sent fret to any reader of The BRECKUtnlDce News who forward t the following roapon tqWtllj Richards in Co Ru lington Vi COUPON This entitles any reader of the iIrkckeniiidge bf Fancy vVcrk and Alt Decorations NarteryKh met and Sue cestful Horn Dyeing Nes loenecepy I I The above liberal offer Is made to advertiie the old reliable Diamond Dyes and to get their book Upon home dyeing Into the hands of women who wantlodreit we I by makl g their old clothing look llkentw Diamond Dyes have sprctal dyes for cotton different frtm those that aru used tir wool tnd are the only package djee en the market Ihit can be relied uprn to give colors that will not fide or crack The bet hat Diamord Djes have been the standard home dyes for nrnrly twenty yesrs and that their sae Increases from year to year is pro f positive that they have never had nn equal THE FIRST THANKSQIVINQ DINNGR Indian Chiefs Were Hospitably Enter- Â¬ tained By Pilgrim Fathers The first Thankrgivlng whs appointed by Governor Bradford nt Plymouth Maesicliusettp in 1021 the year follow- Â¬ ing the lauding of the Pilgrims in order that tiie Colonist In a more special way could reJoicH together at having all things In good and plenty writes Cliflord Howard in the November Lidies Home Journal In preparation for the feast gunners were sent into the woods for wild turkeys which abounded there in great numbers kitchens were made ready for preparing the feast especially the large one in Dame Brewsters house which was under the immediate direc- Â¬ tion and charge of Priscilla Molinep she who afterward became the wife of John Allien while a messenger wasdispatched the chief of the to Invite Massasoit friendly trib to attend the celebration Early on the morning of the appointed Thursday about the first of November Maesasolt and ninety of his warriors arrived on the outskirts of the vill- Â¬ age and witli wild yells announced their readiness to enjoy the hospitality of their white brethren The little settle- Â¬ ment which now consisted a seven dwellings and four public buildirgs was soon astir with men women and children who gave the Indians a hearty welcome as they Died Into the large fquare in front of the Governors heme Soon the roll of a drum announced the hour of prayer for no day was begun without this religious service Then followed a holiday of feasting and recreation which continued not only that day but durinp the two succeeding das the usual routine of duties was suspended the children rompted about in merry play the yourg men indulgtd in athletic sports and games in friendly rivalry with the Indians the little American army of twenty men under the leadership ol Miles Standish went through its drill and manuel of arm to the great delight and astonishment of the native while the women busied themself in the care- Â¬ ful preparation of the excellent meals which were eaten in the open air Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ That tliy Mr Thaclrcniy brought from England a letter of introduction to nn important gentleman of Bcncon street Dy him ho was most hospitably entertained and passed from dinner party to dinner parÂ¬ ty But Thackerays interest in the- cap- Â¬ ital of New England did not end with Beacon street dinner parties Ho had heard something of tho eminent men of tho town nnd nt that moment happcuod to bo particularly interested in Theo Â¬ dore Parker Ho wished very much to hear tills oclcl ratctl Unitarian preacher Ho mentioned this desiro to his host Tho Beacon street gentleman seemed lunch surprised bnt without abating any of his outward courtesy and mak- Â¬ ing somo valid oxcueo took him to Kings chapel on Suudny morning in Â¬ stead of to Jlnslo hall where Parker preached At Kings chapel tho Bea- Â¬ con street gentleman said people of tho best society might always ho fonnd Thackeray it is needless to say was n mild mannered man not fond of a Mrugglo to frco himself from his ente- Â¬ rtainers clutches Ho saw that it was impossible for him to get ou Sunday to Music hall But during tho week ho heard that Parker was to tlolivcr n dis courbo nt tho funeral of n rich and pub Â¬ lic spirited merchant Thackeray went nlono to tho funeral and was greatly in Â¬ terested and thrilled by tho address Ho also saw many pooplo who looked as if they wcro moro interesting than any ho had seen at tho Beacon street Ho went homo that dinner parties morning to dinner and found that his host had invited to meet him several gentlemen of tho best society most of whom wcro bores Thackeray could not holp telling nbont Parker and tho funeral and confessing how much ho had been impressed by tho preacher nnd tho people His host was visibly distressed and presently managed to whisper in his car I beg of you Mr Thackeray to remember that Mr Parker docs not belong to our best society This was moro than tho Englishman could stand nnd ho replied loud enough to bo heard by at least ono nt tho table Upon my word I begin to wish I hadnt got into good society when I camo to Boston Nineteenth Century Â¬ Comment em the QUEER LAKE SALAWIK ft Waters Grow Warm In Winter and Men Can Fish There With Clubs The rich placers of Klondiko are not tho only curiosity of tho country travers Â¬ ed by tho Yukon Not far from Dawson there is in Alaska a really extraordinary lnko which wns named Salawik by its discoverer tho Rov P Tosi a mis Â¬ sionary among tho savages This lako which is 00 miles long and about IS miles wide is perhaps tho only ono in all that cxtrcmo northern re- Â¬ gion which does not frcezo over during tho winter No communication has been discovered between it and tho sea nev- Â¬ ertheless nt high water upon tho coasts of tho northern ocean tho level of tho lako rises and it falls again at low tide This sympathy with tho sea does not extend to tho point of making Salawik a salt lnko Ou tho contrary its waters aro good to drink But another of its peculiarities is that its temperaturo rises in winter and falls in snmmcr When nil tho water courses of tho neighboring country nro completely frozen over Lnko Salawik becomes so worm that it is really pleasant to batho in it On tho other hand in tho summer timo tho water is extremely cold Tills peculiarity mnkes it in tho win- tet tlino n- - Mecca of fishermen Tho abnnduuco of flsh in the lako is so great that a person can almost catch them witli tho hand and con kill largo quan- Â¬ tities with a club Hero for tho miners is n sourco of food supply which thoy had not counted upon and which certainly will contribute to diminish tho cost of living especially during tho winter in that iuliospitablo region In an hour n man can get enough fish to supply himself for a month and of tho very Lett qunlity including salmon ranging from 20 to CO pounds in weight It will not bo astonishing if somo flno day wo may see upon tho shores of Lako Salawik ono of thoso fashionablo hotels which aro tho glory of American watering places Lewistou Ma Ro publiquo Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ PROQRAM Teachers Association District Number One V O Ilabtxige llesponse Mi ton Coke Why the Teachers mutt study Psychology Irof Logan Morning tsercitos Association How manage the Idle Iup I K Harmon Heading Primary Mittrs Katie Etkridge Ellen Slith and Itebecra Wilson Advance lleadiag II 1 Matthews Sidney Hall Language Lctsont and Technical Cram H C Jolly Jr C A Adkisson mar Neatness Punctuality and Tardiness Kobt Whratherford Alice llakerJulla Coo met Current History M B Avitt Iolnt to be reached in US 1 III lory with Filth grade pupils In five months Forett JUnet Sidney Hall Supt Drikcll How explain tuhttrtclion and division to bvglnners Miltoa Coke Thomas lletrd Difficulties Association Organiatlon of Ceunty Association Supt Drlskell Wtljomc Address ABSINTH IN FRANCE Tailing it Glasa of the Liquor la a Whole Kveulugs Work f The association will be held ut the court house Nov 0 1897 Let every teacher in the county who possibly can come and come expecting somo ouo elso Then for tho first tlmo tho French to take part in the Association man dhows somo signs of interest in tho Fellow teachers be euro to make matter Ho relinquishes his hold on his known your difilculties May wo have cane but ouo hand only tho other an interestirg and instructive meeting uovcr deserts tho cane Ho carefully and a good enrollment in tho County places tho perforated spoon across tho top of tho glass Ou tho spoon ho balAssociation ances with careful nicety a block of M E Auit Vice Pres sugar and gently pours a small quantity of ico water over tho sugar into tho Hows This I We offer Ono Hundred Dollars Reward glass This dono ho once moro grasps for any caae of Catarrh that can not bo his cauo with both hands and apparent Â¬ ly forgets all about tho boverago before cured by Halls Catarrh Cure him Tho sugar slowly molts drop by P J CHENEY CO Props Toledo 0 drop into tho glass through tho per- Â¬ We the undersigned have known F J forations of tho spoon Quite awhilo Cheney for the last fifteen years and be- Â¬ nftcrwaid sometimes a half on hour lieve him perfectly honorable in nil bus- Â¬ tho drinker again shows an interest in Ho looks to boo if tho iness transactions and financially able to his boverago carry out any obligations made by their sugar has all melted then bo removes tho spoon and raises tho glass for a sip flrra of tho concoction only a sip howover West A Truax Wholesale Druggist Tole tor it is sip by sip that a Frenchman rUol6j Walding Kinnan Marvin consumes bis absinth and a glass of it Wholesale Druggists Toledo Ohio including tho tlmo passed in tho prepaHalls Catarrh Cure is taken internal- - ration takes an entire evening Chi Jy acting directly upon tho blood and cago Tribune mucouj surface of the system Price Santa Rosa capital of Sauta Jiosa 75c bottle Sold by all Druggists county CuL has a Baptist ckwch which holds over S00 pooplo Vwilt en Â¬ TtttlmvMk free tirely from timber sawed out f a inlo pi Ye tmt efre consumption but you redwood Timbers weather kxMsbitf Tke every otlwr loim and inner lining tiro all of ym em imfiiM vki too is of siiingl ea fret the of tlira4 a Ivy tbe hm ot roofing Ihb aaWe reey will after it wa aU SatVaW -- Short A One Miate Gujh 0ee wew W000 si1hw Mt Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Although absinth is to a Frenchman what whisky is to an American ho uovcr dreams of running behind a screen and swallowing a glassful in ono tro mendous effort Thero is something almost poetic in tho way a Frenchman prepares nnd partakes of bis bovemge It always takes two waiters to servo a glass of nbsinth Waiter No 1 brings tho tray upon which aro a carafo frap po ico water that has been frozen in tho comfo a tall glass a tiny tray piled up with small blocks of sugar and a queer fiat perforated spoon Walter No 2 who has remained discreetly in tho rear advances with tho bottlo of tho popular stimulant said to bo tho destruction of so many French minds and bodica After saluting monsieur tho gnrcon carefully pours tho desired quan tity Into tho glass and goes on to servo Â¬ Â¬ Be Occasionally Indnlcea In Ilnaheeth Himself How an Opium IJabltne Wai Cared Btherle as a Substitute For Al- Â¬ coholic Kthllaratlon Johnson travels for n New Yotk stato wiuo and brandy producing firm and is a vcritablo mino of information concerning wines and spirits alcohol percentages bouquets methods and processes of refining and aging wines and besides is a connoisseur of no mean quality in everything drinkable No ono over saw him drink moro of any al- Â¬ coholic liqnor than tho half dozen drops ho sips before passing a wonderfully near infalliblo verdict on a sample Nov crtholcss Johnson remarked ouo day to a friend tliat ho took nn occasional spreo Not an alcoholio drunk ho explained but v hasheesh vision Hashocshl exclaimed tho other Why Ivo always regarded tliat as moro dreadful than spirits Perhaps It Is replied Johnson I dont adviso any ono to uso it But in parts of Europonndinnll oriental coun tries many persons uso hasheesh as I da Tho effect of tho drug taken in tho larger quantity is to stimulato tho im- Â¬ agination It seems to rclcoso tho soul from tho bodys bonds Fntlguo depres sion mental weariness business cares nil harnssments in fact nro thrown off and tho mind revels in an abnormal and plcasurablo superactivity I nover expe- Â¬ rienced nny unpleasant reaction Persons of different temperaments aro affected indifferent ways I know a man who wanted to try a dose of hasheesh with mo Ho had a most un Â¬ pleasant timo of it no said that his mental sufferings wero Indescribable fear or rather apprehension of some- Â¬ thing mysterious and moro growsomo than all tho ghost stories over told rolled into ono awful horror oppressing him throughout tho short timo that ho was under tho spell of tho hemp Ho never will try it again for which I nm glad for ho might get into tho habit of it Johnsons business takes htm among pharmacists a good deal and by way of adding to Ills disclaimer of being n hasheesh slavo ho remarked that every druggist has among Ills customers ono or moro opium fiends who do not feel tho bondago of tho drug although thoy aro cnslnvcd I saw a clork mak Â¬ ing 100 small powders of morphino ono day said Johnson and I asked him why ho was putting up so many Tho clerk replied that ho pnt up tliat num Â¬ ber every Thursday for a certain lady on rcnowal of a physicians prescription Tho physician had authorized tho rcnowal and tho patient had been tak Â¬ ing tho morphia for Eov6ral years in tho same quantity Tho habit probably grow out of tho drug having been pro- Â¬ scribed originally for tho rolicf of somo obstlnato pain Tho patient only know that tho powders kopt her pain away This samo drug clerk also told of tho successful euro of a sufferer from tho opium habit another lady who ro nlizcd her situation and longed to bo free Sho went to livo at her physicians honso Sho had been drinking so much laudanum n day Tho doctor began by allowing her tho equivalent in mor- Â¬ phino in capsules taken at tho hours at which sho had been accustomed to tako tho liquid Ho kept her on a nourishing and stimulating diet nnd very gradual- Â¬ ly without tho patients knowledge reduced tho sizo of tho doses of morphia Aftcr a tiiuu liu Substituted for OUO Of tho morphino capsules daily ono of tho samo appcoranco filled with cinchonl dia on alkaloid of Peruvian bark liko quinlno but weaker Tho patient did not feci tho difference Another cinclio nidia capsulo was substituted daily aft Â¬ er another week or two and so on until nftcr somo months tho habituo was talc Â¬ ing nothing but cinchonldla ouo day with perhaps two morphino doses tho noxt As gradually as before theso woro eliminated and tho patient was told ono day that sho had had no mor- Â¬ phia for n mouth Sho was surprised and incredulous but sho at last real- Â¬ ized that sho was cured I dont know that every ono could bo freed from tho opium habit in that manner Tho druggists clerk told mo of a fellow cmployco of his who had a pas sion for other Ho hnd found him sev- Â¬ eral times asleep or dozing In a heap of excelsior packing in tho cellar mid nt last discovered that tho young man had been stealing ether Ho would saturato a sponge put it into n pasteboard cone hold it over his nose and thus ouocs thctizo himself You know that tho sensation of passing wider tho influence of ether is very pleasant It is akin to tho exhilaration of alcohol Tho patient about to bo operated upon Is In a stato of high spirits no matter how groat his anxieties may be as soon as tho ether has begun to iiitoxicato him But in ouo part of Ireland whoro tho malting of potheen has been squelched by tho excise tho simple na tives havo taken to using ether a product not expensively purified liko that used by surgeons Only instead of inhaling it thoy drink it It induces ox tremo exhilaration then sleep and tho drunkard awakes with a headacho a sick stomach and an unpleasant sweet tosto in tho mouth just ns tho surgeons patient docs The other driuking makes a man noisy and qunrrelsomo and reck- Â¬ less whllo its exhilarating offect lasts Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ anil Is in officr ways fat worse thaa whisky A man may bo drunk and soÂ¬ ber again in 10 minutes Tho local cler Â¬ gy nro very bitter against tho excisemen for driving out tho comparatively harm less potheen Now York Mail and Express A Failure Now Servant I found this cola upon your desk sir Master Im glad you aro honest I put it thero purposely to test your hon Â¬ esty New Servant Thats what I thought Pick Mo Up Â¬ mmmtttastatssssBtsssaawssissMsMsrsrcwtssisssMtn GREGORY r Wt Itwwwll W CO sjsst KENTHMY vlVstrwvi ClBVRfMT Local Agents BEST TRAINS m Prssssa psajsj i nlffaSs srsTspirwJ trsrsl irllHrfl M Dealtn Is Doors Bash Blinds Yellow vVBjeMjs Its Utee When thoro ore in a community epi- Â¬ demics of typhoid fever cholera ery- Â¬ sipelas scarlet fover and tho various types of malarial fover which are trans Â¬ mitted almost entirely through tho mo diurn of food and drink coffee is a valu Â¬ able agent and may bo used as a drink instead of water It is a valuablo agent in assisting in tho digestion of food and aids tho blood in taking up moro nourishment than it would without it It quickens tho circulation of tho blood and respiration It is also stimulating and refreshing duo to tho caffcino it contains In tiding over nervousness in emer gencies it is a sovereign remedy As a stimulant and calorio generator in cold weather It is 100 per cent ahead of whisky or other liquors As a disinfectant it is ono of no small usefulness in tho sick chamber Coffee and ASih al ofSafgty A attt-yrÂ¬ SJ if- - - Kansas City Montana Tim Fleer Colorado FanHc Coast Utah Washington Omaha Ins and Coiltug Weather Boarding Shlnglns Bait Lime Oemeat Laths Plaster Flearteriag Ifalr rlow Hftadlea As tho bell buoy enables the mariner U avoid sunken rocke and Vielioalo ao Dr Hells Ilno Tais Honey warJt ofT the serious conse p quonce of n couch neglected It storm the cough and cures the eauoe HyMra raid hundred of dollara to doc tors and for morllclne but eTerrtblngfalled until I trleO Ir Hells Dne TaMIoner reinMr nil wonderful ROSEX saved mr lire 111 B St Paul Nebraska Black Hills VIA BrirMEtc Estimates FurftlsfcM fer BnlMlst bihJ BrMfir Material DR BELLS Pine-Tar-Hon- J Ortntsborc St Louis or Chicago SLEEPERS VESTKBULED TRAINS DININQ CARS GHAIR GARS C3 LOUIS Ma LOUI8 Ma BANK 07 ey la a guaranteed cure ror all throat Ions and chest troubles Including asthma La bronchitis drill wbooplng cough croup IMtmaUiK oOe fl tnin or M RUQO TRAV PASSR AQENTST HOWARD ELLIOTT QCNL Man 8T F mSm lWWAKCLCVaEN LPASSf1AarSTLOUI8MO HAHDIITSBUEG B Mtl rwHpt pries by Orsasj tliwiai sijAAsVasasaWWWWtjStAA xnu r raSsnt tr De Witts Little Early IMecra cure biliousness constipa- Â¬ Hay tion and eick headache Shot t Small pill safe pill Sold by SHORT Unworthy HAYNES nes be That man Davis is clearly not tit to J H Hunsche The TAILOR with 7 BEARD Frsildtat llBEAHD VlM Pratlrfsnl Casblc WILL-- MIILKR QW a father Why DEAKD MORRIS KSKKIDOR U M JOLLV Orvnnr 1 ouisville Ky Nov MI 1 1897 Ills child is a week and a half old and ho hasnt expressed tho belief that Chicago News it recognizes him J O Berry ono of the be9t known citizens of Spencer Mo testifies that he cured himself of the worst kind of piles by using a few boxrs of DeWitts Witch He had been troubled Hazsl Salvo with piles for over thirty years nnd had used many different kinds of medicine but DeWitts was the ono that did the work and he will verify this statement if any one wishes to write him Short JIayntB Why Rent When You Shipper thould mark with shipper1 ptoktget plainly Will be in Clover INTEREST PAID ON TIME fEPOITS port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month Is your honllh Yonrlinpplnr It jour ilrenilb YOUR FORTUNE ss name and poit flflloe addren BUTTER Cholae country Mediam Creamery - 14 7 18 Casper May Co IND - 8 12 13 20 OANNELTON Keep the Henri nnd Throiit clear and bealtbr and rnnrmlnflanrl nrnln I til ways n treat nnd ease JUHIIXANH MKTHOIINHAIKKItbe rmitixt rellnf to mankind In nil hend troubles A UUKFN COTItS SOKE TlfHOAT TAKKII Us n awful odor In Unr nrrh andÂ¬ Tlint Wonderful or Cut Jeter dis appears br Asthma tfrHUT ONLY CUNIlMANeJ ir ita ttal t II l Drassltu Hal ttr It If stall tft rmts S4 nk Hrsttsl n s UUt Q CO f IJCUIIES I JB O S A 44 naas Jreih FEATHERS Prime white goete Mixed Old No 1 dnek Clll3 tr lb HOW TO TRAVEL I 8 6 Can Own P0ULTRV rieni per lb Spring Chlokeni per Ducks per lb Qeeie per doi Irith N C1T POTATOES per barrel new U 1 75 Sweet potatoes per bbl From store 2 to 6 cts higher Nary Iletnl per bushel BOOTS Senlca Snake 0J You rent year after year and have no farm when you get through The land 8 lord has your money and the farm at the 160 end of the year We offer you Ohio River Bottom landln Ballard county ono J00 of the best counties in Kentucky on the CO followingreasonable terms Hi 10 BIX YEAR III I llTlT B Il O S W RY ssI1HtsSajS3ivirc4asClES TI3H TABJLjB Trains leave Loniflville aa follows rXAN 700 00 Henderson Ecmte Louinill Hsndtrson 50 acres at 1400 per aero 2 BiO S V nAILWAY Cinclnnatl and the M Louis and the West aiming Pink r 1 5532 40 31 Yellow Wild dinger Lady Slipper May Apple Blood n 29 O s ft itee teeeteee teeeeeee tees S 2H 140 3 10 1 40 45 1 20 uaan First Year 60c per acre Second Year 100 per acre Third Year 2 00 per acre Fourth Year 12 50 per acre Fifth Year 3 00 per acre Sixth year 4 00 per acre 2500 00 ou 60 00 100 00 I i Louis Fy Go 12500 150 00 200 00 Tlmo Card In Effect June 20 97 Eatt Hound No 41 No 7 41 No A 46 FIELD SEEDS Timothy per nihel Clorer per bnthel Crimson Clover por bushel Bed Top pel bnthel Orchard Qratt per bushel Blue Gran fancy boihel Blue Q rait extra per bnthel Onion Seta Yellow per bnthel pr 85 0 01 White O0J Green food Dry Salt good Dry flint good Sheep tklm Tub washed Oreate fine Burry HIDES It 13 13H 14 tK ill WOOU IS 10 3 Q iS 11 It It Barry and Outs MISCELLANEOUS Tallow Betiwax Sorgbrra Molattet FLOUR S4 2Sf 30 ft nigh erade patent Stralftbt Patent Low Uradet COKN No 2 Mixed at itor No 2 Whit OATS No No No No 2 6 J5 10 j 1700 00 Total cost of 50 acres This land produced the past season of 1800 80 bushels of corn per acre and 5 acres of Early Kose Potatoes produced 2000 bushels or 400 bushels to the acre 10 acres of Yellow Prior Tobacco made an average of 1200 lbs to the acre which brought in the market 5 for leaf and lugs acre of late caUbage brought 50 sold at Cairo Yon can raise twice as much on a good bottom farm as in the hills and your labd dont wash away or wear out There has been no drouth in Ballard county this year and the crops are splen- Â¬ did They are good every year We have good farms for tale on long time at bargains in DayieBH Ohio and McLean counties cheaper than anyone else will sell you We will exchange anv farm we have for others For plat and further particulars apply to L Fbebman Little over Bank Com- Â¬ merce or Hugh A Williams 214 Third Street O ensboro Ky J- Iv Su Louis Fvamvlile Henderson fcpottsvill Owentboro Cloverport Stephensport Irrinzlon I Ilawesvile 111 718 813 1017 1112 1235 B6jm 220m 24Vni 2J8 Olf 344 441 6 im 65pm 37 603 622 603 621 745 10 3ZS 4 K No to No 1 6 No i J Lv Ioultll o 135am tsjam 2 45pm 64531x1 Ar Cincirrall 605pm 1155am Ar Ccltimbus 1115am 555pm it 05pm 895pm Ar Pittsburg 795am Ar Washington 650am ti toata 1 2opm Ar Ilaltiinore 7 50am 10 15am Ar Phi adelphia 3 40 pra 19 3onn Ar New York 5 55pm oopm Ar Boston 3 9 05pm Nraln No 16 hat elegant Pullman IlnfTet Parlor Car to Cmcinnal and Drawlrg room Sleeper and dining cars Cincmmtl to Washington Baltimore Philadelphia and New York without change Cincinnati and Pullman Drawing room and dining cars Cincinnati to New York without change Train No so has sleepers to Cincinnati open at 9 oclock to receive pastetgeis 94S 045 60 6 25 667 617 7 43 460 TranNo 18 hat elgant Pulman ParlirCarto ArrLoultville llnrnhnburj 3 St Louis Springfield and the West 4J West Hound No 4I No No Ir Loultvl le llrandenburg Stephensport Tlovcrpoit Owentboro bpotlsvile llenderson Evansville Louis Intogton llawesrille 915 961 011 VtSt 1135 1240 70im 861 460pm 823pm 9U fit J 613 962 T2U Ar bt Ixniis Lv Louitvflte 739 9 05 84 217pm 947 1021 1116 1068 1148 12 Arrbt 115 732 10 10 1040 1223am 6 Ar Springfield 8 40pm 9 33am North Vernon accomodation leaves at 7 15 a m daily Charlettowrt accommodation leavea at 5 30 p m except Snrday Trams Nos 16 so and 44 have elegant day coaches Pullman parlor and sleeping cars to St Louis From East 7 95 a m 1115 noon 640 pm a m 3 90 a m From West -- 7a a m 19 15 p m 6 40 p m City Ticket office coutheait comer Fourth and Main streets Depot Seventh and river For di tail Information regarding rates time on connecting lines sleeping parlor dlnlrfr cars etc 19 95 ia3oan No so 935am No 16 640pm 8 93am No 44 890pm 711am 115 720 TRAINS ARBIVE A 1 trains run through Solid to Eyanlvllle Through parlor cars and Iulliuan seepers on all trains betwei n b Louis Kan vi le and I ouls ville Numbers 41 and 42 connect at IrvlnKton for Kordsrillc and llardmsburg daily except Sunday II C MOJIDUE A O I A Louisville Ky addrrss District 4 60 28 20 t 20 30 22 YOU SHOULD O S W By Ky or J M CHESSBROUGH General Pas enger Agent Cincinnati Ohio G II ft Iatand Ticket Agent B Main Louisville 4th HSBHOWN EMPLOY L fi St L Ry Fofdsvllle Branch General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio WAHFKL Assistant Whit Oatt WHEAT 3 2 Mixed 3 21 70 19 None but the County Surveyor to do vrmr work He lithe anthorittd Surveyor ol the Countr la an esperlrnced workman and knows his business lie is alto Notary Public writes Ded and takes Acknowlcdgemedts Charges always Heasonable TIME TABLE No 10 TAKING EFFECT MAY I 30 1897 West Bound Trains Dally I Daily ex Sun ex Sun No6 No I 1060am 1125 1141 1147 1165 12 lOpm 1225 1235 13 65 East Hound Train Dally DsTIj ex Stn ex Sub No H No No 2 Long Berry No 2 Red No 3 04 94 Address STATIONS 92 RYE No 2 Western ONIONS Per barrel BACON Shoulder Clear rib ildet Clear tide Lard In tiercel o 6 1 CHINTZ ROYALTY COUNTY SURVEYOR HARD1NSBUROKY Iv lrvwjton Garfield A SeOpi 8 01 7 7 27 7 IT 7 02 ijlliiie x Safety Comfort 50 llardinshurfr Junction Kirk Ulendeane Dempster Dempster Hockvalc fnctlon Jolly Jlarned 717 660 751C0 uiuucljjj No wmfifr 1 Louisi Fait 15 120 1 6 30 6 44 6 38 arPallsIloughlv Iluth Atkins Oaks 620 616 4Koj 0K The Best Denial Work in the Git 5 Paoket if all d Line hwi Line Between W A Blrtop Parser L T Conner Purser Tetter SnU IUiouni and Eczema The intense itching nnd smarting inci- Â¬ dent to theso diseases is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlains Eye and Many very bad cases Skin Ointment havo been permanently cured by it It is equally efficient for itching piles nnd a favorite remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains frost bites and chronic soro eyes 25 cts per box Dr Cndj8 Condition Powders nre just what n horse needs when in bad BIST SET OF TEETH 700 Mitchell 2 6m rlvlleTv fiQCam better made Honest charges for nil other work Laulsvine H erderfonSt Lcufs RyCo We guaranteo BaiBfuction nsro roeth wade in one day SCHEDULE reetli extracted without pain Taking Effect 165 a 05 215 23l 5f0 6 25 61j Louisville and Evansville STEAMKR8 TIME TTstl Boun4 4 E G RAGON F M Uyan Muter TAEASOON DL Penny Matter OUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS At 630 oclck A SC Sandaj Kj Mall 39 1897 TELL OITY B II Ballard condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food but 3 Mall A LOUISVILLE KY medicine and the best in uso to put a Kxpra Kxprt Price 23 teraemter the NUMBER and NAME of horso in prime condition Dally Dally cents per package office B44 FOURTH AVENUR 0er Avenue ThcairsJ Traint BTrTlONlJ KailJlound Tram A Matter W B Ntwbell Partem Bxpit Expr Dally Dally 7 P D STAGGS Daily except Satarday betweeo LoIit1K and Is Amitrrdam Frelht ihlpped by this line itHrt4 qalek er than by rail Travslars will tni tkn a ill wv In equlpMMt FROM FOOT TO KNEE Ohio Woman Suffered Great Agony From a Terrlblo Sore Her Story of the Case and Her Cure For many years I wai afflicted with a milk leg and a few years ago It broke out in a sore and spread front my foot to my knee I suffered great agony It would gp8SSXXlli Opm 7 3Cam 74 6 03 4 jr ef rai rlr tt bum and ltoh alt the time and discharge a great deal My health was good with the exception of this sore I tried a great many kinds of salve but somo would irrltato the soro so that I could hardly stand tho pain I could not go near the nro without suffering intensely Borne one acnt me papers containing testimonials of cares by Hoods Barsararllla und I told my husband I would like to try tills med Â¬ icine He got me a bottle and I found It helped me 1 kept on taking it until my I cannot limb wat completely healed praise Hoods SareapariUa enough for tho great bcneSt it hai been to mo W leasee the blood of all Impurities niiS Mua Awu U leaves it rich and pure Kaxxn WaltHescy Ohlo iMy Hoods raiMrllla of all Ytt IN wro to get only Hoods VtsMrtoi Fall Footwear from mud T7 640 6 48 63 SU 6 00 60 618 626 0 13 SI 82 35 8 8 42 8 61 S 818 vUnnptar Kentucky bt Drandanburg Loogllranch Ekron Irvlngton Webster Lodlburir Pierce Guston Howard Wlllowdale llock Haven West Point sorn 783 llfOlm 663 12 12 35pir 23 1145 1135 869 9 07 7 07 661 669 915 An extensive and varied line in all style A nobby Shoe for the ladle for Worth 140 Vi tt4 i J VJv t Protect Your hildren s Feet HK ws 712 720 724 727 739 743 764 804 811 818 827 8 3a 844 868 9 95 M 931 9 Si 961 966 969 9 21 9 43 StHiple Stephensport Addison 1011 10 14 10 23 036 to 43 10 49 063 1106 114 1128 Holt Cloverport Shopt SUllmta llawcavllU Petrlo Falcon Uwltport Waltihan Vowora 1121 1112 1102 1063 1045 1037 1021 1020 1015 1007 1Q 02 9 45 9 40 Ills 64 6 34 6 26 661 615 puiod 618 610 660 642 522 518 615 SCO 6 13 The bett culinary try m eeflis aa4 be soenu It etjaal to bsvat of Vk Wet Oeaeral oBoee ITS ITS 4th ArMM e4j4 j a4 atttsisisJaHtBi wwiws b4s LolTllle 64 5 SO 6 03 BLPENNY Butt WWHITI lHS OWMWfMM 969 0VWlLHAaMTPA Xr 927 017 9 03 90 449 440 419 864 827 818 4 S3 4 18 lllSsra It 115tr 9 32 202 Worthlngtoa 763 320 Some good value are awaiting Heads 9t9 313 74s 47pm 17 3 yur antral in heavy goods we have pur- - 9964up 109 Spottsvlll 7738 801 224 Battett 31 TOMorn I24uomltr yir n 1 15 ra onaaea jnet the thing Garry In your mind fom Tralnt Not 41 and 4a make connection 04 Ir rntt rant Usar the nroa will ka as Tab on iwn piny except Fflrniviiin trains fl iivm naiuiniuunr anaSunday withHrinch toitanii of our oottpetltors 1 926 llU Owentboro Mattinrly Orlffitl Stanley PtUt 8 47 8 38 8 07 8 02 ot 3 e3 3 44 3 36 3 99 768 SM arBBBSvfijSlBKvlsaBKfjSBBBBB I nOd Will eaMtwCc rflte r TXfAYfJ W a AAW Alj 1KXJUTUN v mmmmmm WW rrriT sM -- if AfJw Uat - ttrnl mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmi i ts f KoHh and vjziyy HICjLVs lf wiiii rartvr vw V pmwim far krtker wvtoltfy y a a nm S2 AAitslBiiJ lfflfll riaiWini awnaftgyaBiTTmr BRECKENftiDGS ftEWs 3 1807 W1DKNBDAY KOVfcMBER Monday wan All Saints day FkbIi cakes at Gregory A Gibsons Mrs John Lillclet has malaria fever Tom Caley was dead agin the stock law Mrs sick HARblrJBlJrlG Republicans Carry thtf County 8matl Majority By ft L H W TIME TABLE OOIHQ aGfj M Local Brevities A ad ita all over A fresh stock ol cakes SuUera Mrs Alfred Oelste la still qullo sick Tho farmers are BtHrB plenty of rnln Miss Befflle Jarboo la with frleuda in Bklllmau Judge Wash Holt of Holt was in the city yesterday School was closed yraterday on account of tho election Do you need rubber shots see our atock Suzira Â¬ s Pr w rr re mr E Jpaniol S Duncan has accepted a position at the shops Ernest Robertson of Glendeane was in the city Monday Drop in get sorne prices on waim underwear Pulzers Mr G W GTofl went to Louisville Sun Â¬ day to visit his family Kentucky has 445000 voters and a population of 1858000 Protect yourselffrom the wet weather gjt a good mackintosh Suzar s Harry Morrison has been promoted from rubber at the shops to fireman Many a cold was caught yesterday from Btandingout In the cool and drizzling rain Mr and Mrs Wm Hall and Mr Geo Trout of Webster were in the city Sun- day Succisa lies at your door when the columns of the News are judiciously used Prof Charles Cashman left Monday for his heme in Union Star He went to vote A full line of millinery to be clsed out in the next CO days Mrs H V Duncan Have no fears in sending Jour print Â¬ ing to the Nkwb It will be executed in tho latest style Gibson yilliam Sahhe and Samuel Board have O B s at St phensport has secured roturned home frojn their trip to the contiacts for a halt million shingles His Nashville Exposition shlrge mill and his corn mill keep him Mr Arthur Irelatd and Miss Etta moving Polk of Sklllman were the visitors of Therell be many a defeated candidate Visa Ella May Sunday who will sit by his fireside to night and Mrs II J May and daughter Miss mourn over his defeat and how he made Annie left Monday for Indianapolis an error iu his canvass T bey will be absent for a week or more A pretty fair gas well was struck out at with friends Patesville last Saturday at a depth of 55 Mr A M Tatr the jolliest etfgneer feet They were boring for water- - The on the Texas was rt asking quite proud little towu vas very much excited over Saturday mornirjg over the arrival of a the find twelve pound boy Mr R II McGavock and Oscar Mo Now that the election has passed sup- Â¬ Gayock went to Louisville last week and pose everybody settles down or up as the returnrd Wednesday night They took case may be and see if it wont make a up 34 hi ad of hogs for which thoy re ceived -- 23 change for the better Addison Dick Addison say their Miss Mabel White of Grand Rapids Mich arrived last week Miss White business has been unusually good this will spend the winter with her sistsr summer and fall They are pretty live country merchants and are building up Mrs James G Harris who has been visit Â¬ a floe business Miss Eula Miller Mr and Mrs R A Brashear of Gas ing Mr and Mrs Samuel Baker Pates vllle was in the city Saturday enroute City Iud wero the guests of Mr and Mrs Eugene Haynes for a day last week to her home in Hardinsburg Mr and Mrs J P Babbage and chil- Â¬ They also visited relatives at Hawesviiie dren and Mrs Elvira Babbage went to and Stephensport We do not make this announcement ratesville Sunday They spent the day to draw trade or customers I have all with Mr and Mrs Samuel Baker Father Carroll pastor of the Catholic and more than I can manage I am churclvleft Monday night for Louisvillb anxious to quit business and will do just where he will remain for sometime until what I say give the greatest bargains ever offered in millinery Mrs II V the condition of his health improves i mtan exactly what I say when I Duncan Mr Samuel J Baker has 75 acres of as tell you I will sell you millinery cheaper than you ever bought before Come and Que wheat as we ever saw for this time 8cendbe convinced Mrs II V Dun Â¬ of the year And his land is as fine and rich as any rlyer bottom if it is in the can Mr and Mrs L T Rtid came home hills It produced 40 bushels of corn to Sunday mornlni from their wedding tour the acre last year notwithstanding the drouth Mr and Mis Rledwillbe at tho home Mr Chas E Oulz of near Hardins Â¬ Mrs F M Smith for the pre of Dr and burg was in town yesterday it being sent The City Council met In regular ses i his first visit for quiet a while Mr Outside of the reg- Oelza has on hand one of the best tobac- Â¬ Bion Monday night He also has in of claims and accounts very lit Â¬ co crops in this county ular list tle business of importance was trans- - twenty five acres of wheat and says the prospects are favorable for a splendid acted fiUIU Miss Ruth Haynes entertained a num lHinry Satterfleld a mo3t industrious Misi berof her friends Saturday evening colored man who had beeu in the em Ruth is qutefafavorlte and has received ploye of Mr Chas Lisbon the butcher many compliments for her gilt iu enter fortttelveyeaw lost his life Saturday talnlng evening by the front wheels of a wagon The Baptists at Fordaville closed a partially loaded with lea running over meeting last Sunday with 40 additions to him Ho survived for au hour and died from internal injures sustained the churdi HO by baptism and four by Mr and Mrs A M McCracken Louis-Â¬ Owensboro did letter Dr Barrow of ville came down on their private car the preaching and spent the day in this city last Satur Â¬ The News comes to you this week day Tuey had for their guess Mrs inch is the case brimful of news and Rouah and Mrs Kites of Toledo Ohio every week No household should he who were much pleased with the outing without it Instill your children to read charmed with the scenery along the while they are young Texts and delighted with Oloverport Mr Chris Swaggot accompanjed by They take to their northern home a good impression of tills southern clime and its Misses Eflla and Sallle Wa daughter and neic Miss Delia Bat tr spent Sunday people While talklrg over the county politi iu Cannelton the guests of Mrs Statira cal situation with que of the candidates Btt and family Mr James Pace Jr tho tol agonist recently in regard to his oat look which has returned to this city It is not was in every way favorable he said am kowtt whether he will purchase tobac Â¬ lyWhether I that defeated or not I earnest Â¬ believe Its tho duty of every co la this city He says he wlU M the mnn during his life to ba a candidate for crop provf s sitlsactory office You havo the opportunity Kte Agaa WorlanJ who has been some of reading human nature in ita beet light quite ill of typhoid Kver at her Uncles and there is something connected with Floyd Greenwood jaiar Jrvlngion is it which recalls his first days ia school now convalescent and will soon return There may he talented song writers ia fo her home In Brandenburg our mighborlng towns and we extend J Tfee Standard Oil Company com our tight hand that success may be of BMBend ysOeriky tearing dowa their W unbounded scope Thore are few lioww vmi m a storage room scar the people residing n this stirring old town dcjfct They will iw erect tbe bulldls l Oloverport that are aware that within oa the opposite aide o Wis railroad her corpotato llwlta Uvea a young lady of extraordinary strong mviad cultured la every wfty who mom iky wlU bekeuMl lwm m a aovsliet She ta exot piieaally I eaerUdalag m a con ventttioMHtt aad mm Or ady wriMM several aovete Keoowr iwement la all thei la metteary to Wing thla lasted yean wewaa to the Jvont The election returns came in Very Benedict Elder has been quiet slowly last night owirg fo no telephone connection with Hardinsburg Our re- Â¬ Fair weather failed to greet the voters ports up to 11 oclock last night indicate that the county has gone Republican by and candidates The new depot will be ready for occu- a small majority The race for State Senator seems to be pancy nrxt weok very close with a flghtlig chance for Mrs Mike Jungling who lias been ill Murray a now convalescent In thft Stale Ou the 0th pug youll find a number Shackelford seems to be an easy win- Â¬ of our correspondents ner and in Louisville Weavers election Mr and Mrs T F Sawyer went to Is conceded by 2000 majority flawesvllle yesterday The City Election Mr J D Brashear of Offensboro For Police Judga Sklllman carried tho came to the city yesterday city by 37 plurality Barry and tbe old New crop New Orleans molasses board of councilmen were re elected genune article SulzVs Hardinsdcbo Nov 2 Eight voting Heres our congratulations to Joe places heard from and majority for Re- Â¬ Bland and his bony bride publican county ticket about 100 The K eeplng warm wont be t xpenslyo if election of the entire Republicoa county rigged out by us Sulzers V G Babdagk ticket conceded Jack Frost cant never touch you un Â¬ Vote In SttshSRsport der our 50 cent blankets Sulzirs Following are the majorities Cun Â¬ Allen Stith who is teaching ecIiodI in 04 Ahl 30 Jolly 103 Has well this county went to Guston yesterday to ningham 70 Miller 73 ShellmanOl Burton 74 vote Driskell 75 Arthur Haynes was iu the city yester Â¬ day enroute to his home iu Union Star Summary of the Vote For County Offices to vote Following are the majorities in the Miss Addio Louiso Babbog i has been three voting precincts of Oloverport confined to her bed for several days with Bally 01 Jolly 15 Haswell 33 Ball 22 malatia Ahl 30 Cunningham 0 Brown 1 BurÂ¬ Havo you a good warm outfit of under- Â¬ ton 22 Sbellman 20 Driskell 28 Spencer wear If not see our Hue and get our 20 Royalty 30 Comer 24 Walker 21 W prices C Taul 19 Parker received 7 votes Mc Suzaru James T Robards has moved back to Beath 254 Chelf 241 Wallace 1 Haynes the Falls of Rough and accepted his old 5 and Smith 4 Uindman 18 place with Col Green Six precincts in Meade county gave A wet leaky shoe is dreadful wu have Murray 290 majority and three precincts 80mo good shoes well suited for wet in Hancock give Jolly 88 weafher wear Suzers Official Vote or the City of Cloverport There Is a splendid farm in the Forks Republican Ticket of Ilsugh advertised forsalo in this Issue CLovBitronT rnEciNCT no 1 ft is the W J McDaniel place James G Bailey 83 R M Jolly 80 W F Djckery has been appointed Jno P Haswell Jr 87 Sherman Ball postmaster at McDanlels and Mrs L A 89 William Ablf88 Owen Cunning Â¬ Jolly p03tmlstrisss at Irvlngton ham 88 R N Miller 80 V B Burton Do jou like something pure in the 89 Guj D Sbellman 81 Andrew Driskell molasses line Well then get a gallon SU John Spencer 85 Chintz Royalty of puro open kettle from Grfgry S7 Comer 85 Walker 83 Taul 83 Democratic Ticket HIT rr Qardlnibnrg Til7 am asixa WHT Pamngtr Dally arr HardlmbargJI 55 pn Paniitiier Dally The Hon D H Severs camo up from Henderson to vote Miss Maud Tucker still continues quite ill with typhoid fever Rev S F Kelly baa just closed a successful meeting at Fair View The Foreign Missionary Society meets with Mrs McGufllu next Fdday McRoss of Bewleyvllle has rented Mrs James Snyders farm for next year Mrs W S Bsard who has been right sick for some time is slowly improving Claud Mercer went to Asktns last Thursday to look after some legal mat ters Miss Belle Boyd was here last week and gave a two nights exhibition at the city hall MissLzzie Miller was in town last week Beveral days the guest of Mrs M H Beard Mrs Ely of St Louis Mo was here last week to See her mother Mrs V Daniel Mrs John Haswell was at Cloverport last week visiting her sin Mr Frank Haswell Mr and Mrs Cal Basham of Rosetta were here several days last week vlbitlrg relatives Jo C Poter of Cloverport came up Saturday to look after his Interest in the Ball estate Miss Alta Royland of Illinois is tho guest of the Misses Goodman near this place this week Lee Meyer has gone to Chicago to look out for a traveling position with a big firm in that city The school teachers will meet here next Saturday for the purpose of org in izing a County Teachers Association Lost on the big road between Hard- Â¬ insburg and Ben T Millers about two weeks ago a gray drew coat Wm Miller Iff There has been but very little tjphold fever in this town this fall There were a few fatal cases in the country surround- Â¬ ing us Judge Milton Board land wife aro ar- Â¬ ranging to start to Texas about the mid Â¬ dle of the month They will be gone all the winter Burrel Beard has been at home from Eddyville for a week He came iu to be at the election and help the boys out on the last stretch Mr O V Robertson of Glendeanp was in town Saturday He says the stock trade is still good He bought three car loads this week The first quarterly meeting of the M E church South of this place will be held out at Ephesus embracing the second Sunday in this mouth Mrs Bowmer showed us a grape a f jw days fg that she had grown It is a late fall grape and a fine variety She says it is something altogether new Htnry Shrewsberry has sold his wheat at a good price and has a good crop of tobacco still on hand Henry will come out all right financially if given a litte time David Barnes thinks of moving o Cloverport and openlrg a boatdlng house in the Llllard property Mr Barnes has been here about a year In the Hambh ton hotel Mr Joe Bland of Irvlngton and Mhs Winnie Stinnett of this place were married last Thursday at tho Catholic church A dinner was given the young married couple at Mr Zick Stlnnet the brides father on Friday A brand new stock of j iwelery watch es clocks silverware spectacles watch chains guards charms and all other lines ofjewelery Call and see my stock and Â¬ bring me your nrllcltB needing repairs All done first class and warranted your Jeweler T O Lewis Iieep cattlo and hogs have been bought up very close around here this fall The farmers have received fine prices for all tho stock they have sold There ought to be a good deal of monoy scattered through the country The farmers say tho stock trade has not been so good in twenty years Dr J W Compton of Evansville was here last Saturday consulting with tho heirs of Joseph Ball deceased about prosecuting their claims to his estate About a hundred of the Ball holrs met the doctor in the circuit court room where ho undertook to explain to them tho possibility of securing a large for tune for them from said estate Joseph Ball was a rich merchant of Pnlladelphla who died many years ago His kinship are scattered all over the country some of whom havo been at work a long time trying to secure au interest in his estate Dr Compton has spent much time investigating tho matter and feels that there is somethit g in it He has con sulted tbe best talent In the country who assured him that he will ultimately be successful in getting a large amount of monoy Dr Compton was raised in this county but at present resides at at Evansville Ind He has tho matter in hand for the Ball heirs in this county and his visit here was to urge them to put up some money in order that their interest in this estato may be prosecuted to a finality Â¬ To ono of the ooldest winters we hare had for a number of years JUST RIGHT NOW You want to take a poep into our store for good comfortable clothing that you will need - HAVE YOU SEEN OUR LINE OF DO YOU WAKT A GOOD PAIR OF SHOES SCE OUR LINK LADIES WEAPS HOW ABOUT HEAVIER UNDERWEAR LOOK AT OUR LINE OF CHILDRENS WEAR SEE0E0F WARM OVERCOATS SEEOTOSTOcfoF MACKINTOSH AND RUBBER SHOES JOLLY JOE DISBERRY CAREER OF A THIEF OF TIONARY TIMES REVOLU- Â¬ Nothing Conld Care Illm or Ilia rilferlnr Propensity All Ilia Property Confis Â¬ cated Ilia Kara Cut Off and Imprison Â¬ ment For 31 Yean Imposed Upon Him Bring your pictures to Ufa and get them framed from a brand new stock of pretty moulding Just arrived Shackelford 40 6G McBeatb Party Ticket 1 59 Chelf Murray 53 People Parker 1 Smith Uindman National Democratic 0 Citizens Ticket Ticket Lennln 52 Sklllman 59 Minor 62 52 Owen Hardin 51 Brown 58 Bishop 51 Beeler 53 Harmon 52 Jolly 51 Morris 52 Mullen 65 Taul 53 POLICE JUDOS 18 Sklllman 33 Dellavon ton 8 Moorman 1 XXOVKRrORT llamble Republican Ticket PBKCIWCT NO 2 Â¬ Jimes G Biiiey 91 R M Jolly 87 Haswell 04 Ball 02 Ahl 03 Cunning ham 03 Miller 01 Burton 02 Shell man 01 Driskell 91 Spencer 90 Roy- Â¬ alty CO Comer 00 Walker 01 Taul 89 Democratic Ticket Shackelford 02 70 Murray 75 People MoBath71 Party Ticket 2 Chelf Parker 0 Smith Wallace 0 Prohibition Ticket National Democratic Ticket 2 CITIZKNS TICKET Uindman Lennin 73 Sklllman 74 Minor 75 Hardin 75 Brown 70 Owen 75 Beeler 75 Harman 74 Bishop 73 Jolly 73 Morris 73 Mullen 74 Taul 74 CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT Â¬ About tho oloso of tho Revolutionary war n notorious character named Joo Dlsbcrry lived about Seliusgrovo nnd Suubury on tho Susquehanna Whouco ho camo is uuknown but ho is supposed to havo been of Connecticut origin Ho is reputed to havo been possessed of great physical strength nud powers of endurance could oxcel iu runuing and jumping and iu thloviug nnd lying had no cqunl along tho river Ho was of a humorous disposition also and fre quently indulged iu amusing pranks whilo engaged iu plying his avocation- It is related of him that on mora than ono occasion ho was known slyly to cu- Â¬ ter tho kitchen of n family when all woro iu btd start up tho firo and cook himself a meal nud loisurcly eat it If discovered ho rolled on his swiftness of foot to escape Finally his thefts bo camo so numerous that tho whole neighborhood nroso against him and ho was arrested and confined in tho rudo jail at Suubury but ns it was uot very socuro ho escaped and Sheriff Autcs offered n reward for his apprehension Joo took rofugo on tho islo of Quo nnd concealed himself iu a denso thicket Ho might havo eluded pursuit but for his iuordi nato love for perpetrating jokes Whilo lying in his placo of concealment near tho road which crossed tho island Joo heard tho footsteps of a horso and slyly peeping from his covert discovered tho sheriffs wifo approaching on horsoback on her way to Solinsgrovo Quickly stepping into tho road ho pulled off his hat made a polito bow and as quickly disappeared in tho bushes Tho aston Â¬ ished lady who know him hurried ou to Seliusgrovo and gavo tho alarm A party beaded by Gcorgo Kroner afterward a member of congress was hurriedly mado up and went iu pursuit of tho rcf ugeo Ho was captured and ro Â¬ turned to tho custody of Sheriff Antes at tho jail iu Suubury Ho was tiled and convicted nnd his scutenco is ono of tho strangest fouud in tho annals of criminal history in Pennsylvania Tho quarter sessions docket still preserved among tho court records at Suubury for Soptctnbcr term 1784 shows that ho wns convictod of folouy aud tho following sentence- was imposed Judgment that tho said Joseph Disborry rccolvo 80 lashes botwoen tho hours of 8 and 0 oclock tomorrow to stand in tho pillory ono hour to have his cars cut off and nailed to tho post to return tho property stolen or tho Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - SULZERS valuo thorcof remain m prison three mouths pay a fine of 80 to tho honor ablo tho president of this stato for tho support of tho government and stand convicted until flue fees etc aro paid This rcmarkablo sentenco shows tljo estimate that was put on Joo as a criminal Tho whipping post and pillory stood iu tho public squaro in Suubury aud tho spot can still bo pointed out Colonel Henry Antes tho sheriff di- Â¬ rected tho whipping if ho did not do it himself Thcro is no record to show who did tho car cropping but ns tho surgical operation foil to tho sheriff it is presumed that ho did Amoug tho 13 men who composed tho jury wero sev Â¬ eral noted Indian fighters aud Revolutionary soldiers Peter Hosterman fore Â¬ man was activo as a mllitiamau and had command at ono timoof a company to repel Indian attacks Adam nnd Mi chaot Urovo wero famous as Indian scouts and wero engaged iu several bloody encounters with tho savagos This scvoro seutenco did not euro Joo of his thieving propensities for tho quar ter scssious docket for August term 1708 shows that ho was arraigned and tried on threo indictments for robbing tho houses of Philip Bower Petor Jones and Isaiah Willitts aud convicted on each Tho Hon Jacob Rush president judgo of tho judicial district was on tho bench and imposed tho following Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ livered Joo was au attentive listener tho last soven was pro- Â¬ nounced he broko in with tho remark Why judge threo times seven aro 311 which caused tho audieuco to smilo Joo was brought to this city nud served bis loiig scutenco which expired in 1810 Ho returned to his old haunts about Sunbury and Solinsgrovo an old mau but as merry as ever His loug and frequout punishment failod toniako au houetmau of him and ho continued to pilfer wherever an opportunity offer- Â¬ ed Tho dato of his death is unknown but it is said that ho went ono night to a mill in Union county to steal Hour and falling through a hatchway sus tained injuries which finally killed him Philadelphia Times ami when Â¬ Directory Too Common No wo dout permit our names to go iu tho directory dout you know Aud why notr So deuced common dout you know Why last yeah my namo was sand- wlched in between a garbage collectah and ou alderman Its a fact pou hoa Cleveland Plain Dealer ah -- Candy Cathartic euro constipation foreioi Oossc fall druggist return monar Educate Tour lliiwela With Ciiacareta ircC0 sentenco That tho prisoner Joseph Disborry forfeit nil and singular his goods aud chattels loud and tenements to aud for tho uso of tho commonwealth and Sale Orchard gran at 50 ctms p r undergo a Ecrvitudo of soven years for IOR W D llouT IMt tho burglary committed in tho bouso of ltKN I Ihre ni e bcd ioom on tecuul Philip Bower and bo committed to tho FUM houso of correction pay tho costs of AAI aIIkist Tho court then sen prosecution eta For Sale teuced him ou tho two other indictments In the prlnjrall Ten head mule 3 toveu years each aud continued That good colors a m gmnl year od fell ch ap Come lti Will tho defendant bo convoyed to tho jail and see Ihein Ifym want ahsrgiln CA1 HASH AM KoMtta Ky and penitentiary houso of Philadelphia to undorgo tho servltudo aforesaid for Notice tho term of 21 years Aud that tho said Seajrcd from my farm ncsr Kirk ope two year wiih tale red Joseph Dlsbcrry bo kopt for tho spaco old steerswallow lormarkel lelt a crop ofT the right in the ear and of two years iu tho solitary cell out of 1IKNT MILtEIt tbo terra of 21 years When tho sentenco was being de Extcutors Notice Tit fl- - wants oastohia sp ll oa Tirj vttpfN All persons having claims aealnit the estate ol Robert lavne deceased will plesse Lrinir them forward for s tilrment properly proven on 01 be- ai u a 1 nit forejanuary I I8j3 M 1 r 1AYNK Executor For For 10 sgalnst 0 CATTLE QUESTION 31 against 35 Daily 90 Jolly 100 Haswe V101 Ball 99 Ahl 104 Cunningham 10 Miller 05 Burton 09 8hellman 101 Driskoll 08 Spencer 07 Royalty 07 Comer 00 Walker 99 Taul 00 Democratic Ticket Shackelford 101 130 Republican Ticket CLOvanroRT i kecinct no 3 We Have Bought Largely of a Bankrupt MiBeath 124 Chelf 115 Murray Hindman National DeraocrattcTlcket 10 CltUcna Ticket Leunln 119 122 Hardin 131 121 123 Sklllman 125 128 Brown 13J Boaler 123 Harnun 121 Jolly 120 Morris 122 Taul 122 Minor Owen Bishop Mullen Manufacturer For Spot Gash Bilious and Intermittent Fevers which prevail in miasmatic dis- Â¬ DoctorsSay We Can Save You 50 Per Cent tricts are invariably accompan- Â¬ ied by derangements of the Stomach Liver and Bowels By purchasingof us as we aro retailing these garments at whole- Â¬ 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 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 and Small Profits motto The Secret of Health The liver the great driving wheel in the mechanism of manand when it is out of order the whole system becomes de- Â¬ ranged and disease is ike result is CASTOR A Tutfs Liver Pills Cure all Liver Trophies DaKBasrrTTaac sr We want your Dried Fruit J- - 5 2eTl aaaa Strang Wood pure MvTrlM for Wttjr Owit Uuaraatatd lebaoro habit ewe auka weak Mtlli AUOxvtfrltt I11 iiwe- - - 0WM1 inra gfc We want your Produce Highest Mark Ptrii KwJi 1 mJLas Jb 4fiLAiTlk H3 4Li ETaJ If tt - If- QLENDiMSfe you will mke DO YOU SUFFER thorn happy and be enabled to thank HCiZ tho Lord from tbe bottom of your he ar No mora scarcity of water WEDNESDAY NOVEMDEtt 8 1897 for such a blessed privilege Jess Howard moves to town to day The editor of the Bumble Bee BlosÂ¬ BIQ SPRING som seems to think that a man must Nor lsU Floyd Matttngly has gpne to AVebster were a long face complain of hard times Mr Sam Jacobs was down from Louis and abuse- all creation generally in order for a visit of two weeks to be a Democrat Now wo know it is ville last week Miss Irene Boartl went to HarJlnsburg Dr Strother was In Louisville pro- - a Populist he is thinking about We Saturday returning Sunday afternoon Authorities Say Rheumatism long since learned to associate such ideas fcsslonaly last week one day Fred Moorman is hero from Webster Is Unusually Dangerous Mr Bon Clarkson Jr was in own with blear eyes long hairnnd great huge Freds frionds and admirers are lfglon whiskers Miss Daisy Deano Col Eli Deans last Friday eve to attend a reception daughter was sick aud out of town lost Sljnlflcance of Its Alarming Increase During Mrs Kimble of Ellziliethtown was BEWLEYVILLE week Lore with her husband attending the This Fall meeting Miss Bottle Skagg ono of our school There is plenty of election consultation girls was absent lost week visiting MrA It Morris has returned from in these parts There has boon so much discussion frionds Louisville whero ho went to lay in his recently about the alarming increase of Mrs J M Hardaway visited her winter feoods A Louisville man recently offered 300 rheumatism in this section that a News Jefferson county relatives recently for a 00 by 100 Glendcane building lot man was instructed to investigate Miss Mary Ilatl and Laa Kinkade of Mrs I J Jolly was very ill a few days Befused v A member of the board of health said Cecilia were the gucBts of Miss Ituby last week but Is now much better Do not quote mo as saying that rheuma- Â¬ Miller last week Charles A Mattingly Illtes Jtun Dr J M Walker and wife were trad came over Saturday to see his sister tism is necessarily a mortal disease It Rev Kimble who has been here leg in Brandenburg last Thursday Mrs Julian Brown isnt But there are often times when it helping in the protracted meeting at the Henry Beavln has been quite sick for Misses Maggie and Sudie Iliodos of leads to heart complication or disturb Baptist church has left three weeks past but is now improving McDanlels stayed here Sunday night anco of the brain and results in death Mrs Strother and daughter Mlsa And whether dangerous or not tbe Mary Keith was thrown from a horse enroute to Irvlngton Zslmn attendtd the dedecation services suffering is always intense Anxiety and and considerably bruised up last Satur- Â¬ Charley D ane predicts a 50000 sound at Hill Grove last Sunday care mental shock and injuries lead to day money vote in Kentucky tomorrow Miss Beltlo Clarkson has returned rheumatism but the prevalence of this The B V It 0 will meet at the home With interest we watch result home after an absence of several weeks disease at this time in Cloverport and of Mrs W J Plggott Saturday after- Â¬ Bod Mattingly and family and Miss vicinity is undoubtedly owing to at Brandenburg Elizibetbtown andthe noon Nov 0 Alma Mattingly spent Sunday with re Â¬ damp cold weather of the fall other points months Our school moves serenely on and our latives in AVest View neighborhood W II Doran has sold his blacksmith The usual treatment of rheumatism is After an absence of full two months uncertain inefficient and disappointing shop to Messrs Martiu and Bewley who teachers Mr and Mrs Pate are well qualified for their work Mist Sallie Moorman returns from Tom as is acknowledged by many physicians will take posesslon tbe first of the year W II Cain Jr shipped 10 hogs to Bobortsons to her Gleudeane home Mr Doran will open up a hardware and Henry C Babe who resides at No 1 Alec Hardaway Louisville last week implement store here At this writing comes the meager re Sycamore St Buffalo and who is a prom port that Wash Q ligglns was shot and inent G A B man recently created Putnam Fadeless Dyes are as cheap at and was well pleased with the result Mr Burrel Bard deputy warden killed over a game of cards at McDanlels considerable stir by going before Jas AV 15c to 30c per package as any other make Cbatman a notary public and swearing would be at 10c for each package colors Eddyvlllo penitentiary visited his rel- Â¬ Saturday night from one and one half to three times as atives Mrs Piggott and Mr Bion Jolly Allen Stlth Persimmon Flat peda- Â¬ to the truth of the following statement I Early last fall I had a severe attack much good as any other 10c per pack- Â¬ last week gladdened gogue from near Clovcrport age Sold by W E Brown Irvlngton Bro Walton with tbe Bev Gilliam friends here with his radiant smiles of rheumatism accompanied with great weakness exhaustion and indigestion began n series of meeting in tho Meth Saturday and Sunday M J Thlrswend of Grosbcck Tex I was incapable of anything like work says that when ho has a spell of indiges- odist church Sunday evening Oct 31st Last Saturday a perfect tion and feels bad and sluggish he takes The meeting will probably continue a autumnal day was thoroughly but my health was fully restored by the two of DeAVitts Little Early Itinera at fortnight and we hope to have a good enjoyed by a gay party of fourteen who use of that vegetable medicine Palnes celery compound It has brought joy to night and he Is all right the next morn- Â¬ revival went out to Sand Knob our household and tbe physician who ing Many thousands of others do the The good Baptist people of Hill Grove very pleasant Bocial was giyen Fri Â¬ A samo thing you Short Haynes vicinity began a meeting on tho morn Â¬ day night at Mr Jesso Moormans in discovered it may truly be called the Good Samaritan There has been several transfers in ing of Oct 31st These people have honor of Miss Bessies guest Miss Belle Inquiry among our druggists shows recently built a nice new church which Pierpont of Hardin county real esate in our town in tf e last few that this compound has been used by weeks Dr Gray sold one house and is to be dedicated soon AV C Moorman is furnishing work for lot of Joe Medley and one house and lot Monday This Is a typical November about twontyfi vo hands on his Yuba quite a number in Cloverport and no to Henry McGehee colored W A day Doubtless our beautiful outdoor Dam tract of timber Not till some time case of rheumatism or neuralgia baa failed to yield to its curative powers sold one house and lot to Joe weather is at an end but still we may next summer can tho work bo completed Doran Foor W A Burkhart one lot to W II have even more delightful times indoors Utopia literary this timo will meet Doran Esau Bowinda one lot to W N with friends and good books and plenty Eggs And Poultry Friday night tho house being called to Strother of nice work with good old country fires According to the report of the United order at 7 00 oclock Come out Our to make us comfortable own Sidney Owen will take part with States Commission of Agriculture quot- Â¬ I have been informed tbat any one us for the first time this year WEBSTER ed by tbe Banner England imports for who wislies to learn the mysteries of You cannot always tell whether your annual consumption 48000000 worth poker and so ven up etc can do so by goods Pastures are green are all wool or mixed goods It of eggs New York city and State alone making a trip to a grove near Bewley Some corn Is being cribbed makes no difference if you uio Putnam consume 18000000 worth of eggs and ville Competent teachers easily accessi- Â¬ Fadeless Dyes They color everything poultry every year The United States J L Henry Is convalescing ble This is truly a sad state of affairs yearly consumes 500000000 worth of Sold bv AV E Brown Irvlrtrton Fred Moorninn Is at home from Owens and we hope the professors will desist Canada exports epgi and poultry boro before the law takes a hand and wins X J O Nail from near Big Sprirg will 30000000 worth of eggs annually The lie lias erg industry is worth 150000000 more Hog cholera is still getting in its work the pot as it s likely to do some fine come nere ueceraner 1st bought out Julian Brown Julian goes day around here than all tho dairy productsof this nation to his farm near town hoping a few The poultry products of this country Henry Simmons returned Saturday months in tho country will improve his aggregate more in a year than any single from Owensboro SCHOOL REPORT health Both as a citizen fend as a busi- Â¬ crop Of all tbe countrys industries the Pleasant Yates and wife returned Sun ness man has Julian established his Â¬ day from New Albany Report of District No 17 For Sept 97 name with our people and genuino re- Â¬ poultry industry is most generally pursued In 1800 the poultry earnings of The defeated candidates now think Grade V Ben Blair 84 Iroa Blair gret h felt at his moving away the UnitedStates amounted to 290000 politics is h These are the closing hours of the 000 being a greater yalue by 52000000 89 Eda Blair 89 Mattie Dalton 83 Geo Prout of Corbin Ky visited Cliflle Stinnet 03 Bert Stinnet 91 Annie quietest campaign your correspondent than our entire wheat crop 105000000 here a portion of last week Meador 97 Oriell Bobbins 84 Olllo ever witnessed here As these lines are greater than our swine brought ub 30 read on AVednesday well be feeling 000000 more than our cotton crop more This town has a regular Sunday mall Jolly 88 Ben Brown 88 Grade IV Finis Meador 88 Clannie good over victory or blue over defeat than three times as great as all the beginning with last Sunday Â¬ Either will find most of Glendeanes interest paid on mortgages during the A protracted meeting will commence Meador 89 Mannle Bobbins 84 Vergood people conscience clear neighbor year 112000000 more than we spend mont Bobbins 88 at Clifton Mills next Sunday Grado III Frank Aldrige 70 BIchard loving and neighborly The Republicans for schools and yet there am people We never saw farmers in better spirits Aldrige 83 Meador Simmons 83 Hat are preaching good times occasionally who think the hen small potatoes or more hopeful of tlie future but most people find but little time to Harpers Bound Table Jolly 80 Cleve Wheatly 88 Miss EJTlo West of Hardinsburg visitGrade II Mary Dalton 91 Jesse listen to what they fail to feel people ed Miss Lzzte Hall last week Stinnet 88 Grace Simmons 79 Lizzie have a way all their own of preferring BLADDER Thurman Smith run down from Louis- Â¬ Wheatly 80 Maud Wheatly 88 the experimental to tho theoretical TROUBLE ville Sunday to visit his tatnily Grade I Biley Blair 78 Nevada Even rallies and orators dont draw tho The bladder was created for one pur- Â¬ people from their shops and fields They There is a largo acreage of wheat sown Bobbins 81 Michell Smoot 80 pose namely a receptacle for urine and Primary Grade Sallie Aldrige 81 are working and hoping I guess A well as such it is not liable to any form of in this section and is looking nice Harmon Aldrige 81 Lizzie Aldrige 71 advertised Republican rally for last disease except by one or two ways The Born to the wife of Aaron Do well Ot Bell Blair 83 Mary Blair 80 Annie Thursday barely gave an audience big first way is from imperfect action of 31 two girl bablei More bargains the Blair 83 Sudie Blair 74 Halite Dalton enough to listen to the speaker Mr kidneys The second way is from care- Â¬ Mrs Maggie Wilson of Daviess coun Richardsons appointment the next day C9 Pearl Howard 98 less local treatment of other diseases ty is visiting her father Aaron Norton 93 Stella Dalton Jesse Howard 9G Estil Stinnet 89 Carl resulted in no speaking All is apathy SATIILKSENT FIIEE Sam Dugan one of our most enter- Â¬ Are the people quitting Meador 95 Buesia Bobbins 75 Carrie no enthusiasm Unhealthy urine from unhealthy kid prising farmers has moved to a farm Simmons 71 Leo Wheatly 84 Emma politics or are they thinking and getting near Brandenburg ready to vote to vote with a vengeance nej s is the chief causo of bladder troubles Wheatly 85 It is comforting to know that Dr Kil- Â¬ The attention of homo seekers is in Number enrolled to date 50 Average this time mers Swamp Boot fulfills every wish in ylted to this section as there is a great attendance 32 5 As I havo sold my store to J O Noll quickly curing bladder and urinary trou- Â¬ deal of fine land bein offered for sale II C Jolly Teacher I will close my stock out at cost Respect- bles It corrects frequent calls inability fully Thero Is a great deal ol improvement J II Brown to hold utine and scalding or stinging going on throughout the country now When you aro suffering from Catarrh pain in passing it or bad effects follow- Â¬ New building of all kinds are being or Cold in the head you want relief right Iferrlnei Ilefp the Drain ing the use of liquor wine or beer and A medical authority on tho virtues of erected away Only 10 cents is required to test overcomes that unpleasant necessity of Now tbat tho election is over get on it Ask your druggist for the trial size various kinds of food declares that tho being compelled to get up many times herring gives tho muscles elasticity tho the stool of repentance and resolve that of Elys Cream Balm or buy the 50c body strength and tho brain vigor and during tho night to urinate The mild you will never allow your political pre- Â¬ size AVe mall it and extraordinary effect of Dr Kilmers is not lit eh forming ELY DUOS 50 AVarren St N Y City judice to run riot sgain Swamp Boot is soon to be realzjd It was odlieted with catarrh lastautumn I Mis3 Ella Kurtz one of our most popustands the highest for its wonderful cures lar yourg ladies has taken charge of a During the month of October I could of the most distressing cases If you neither taste nor smell and could hoar private school near Owensboro Miss need a medicine you should have the Elys Cream Balm cured Ella will be greatly mis3ed in this com- Â¬ but little best At druggsts fifty cents and one it Marcus Geo Shautz Bahway N J munity dollar You may havo a sample bottle discom- Â¬ and pamphlet both sent free by mall Disfigurement for life by burns or Utopia Honor Roll forts and Mention the Bkeckknbido Nkws and scalds may be aoided by using DeAVltt dangers of send your address to Dr Kilmer x Co Witch Haz8l Salvo the great remedy for Second month closed Oct 22 witii this cnild birtncan v B NY The proprietors of this paper piles and for all kinds of sores and skin roll of honor for pupils above primary be almost en Vk nUmr tirely avoided guarantee the genuineness of this offer troubles Short Haynes und intermediate grades WineofCardulf Tho standing of each pupil is made How ore you on the temperance ques Â¬ relieves ex Â¬ Ills Exculpation upon attendance punctuality deport- Â¬ pectant moth Are you satisfied to have the tion ers It gives A minister met n littlo boy Sunday vile stud sold in jour midst or are you ment daily recitations and literary effort tone to the geu afternoon with a string of fish nono of ready to join in a united effort to vote it on Friday afternoons italorgansand which was more than two inches in 11 a Bobertson Â¬ Miss Sal a last year medout Politics can not bo dragged into nuts them in length al winner leads with an average of 09 70 condition to do their work now now is a propitious time it Dont you know said tho minister perfectly That makes preg Â¬ Wabnino Persons who sutler from The other names are arranged according that yon committed a sin in catching nancy less painful shortens coughs aud cold should hoed the warn Â¬ to their standings 07 being the lowest those littlo fish on tho Sabbath dayr labor and hastens recovery after average admitted to roll of honor child birth It helps a woman ings of danger and savo themselvessuuer Taint my fault replied tho boy Emma D Moorman Martha Powell bear strong healthy children causo tho big ones wouldnt bite Ing and fatal results by using Ono Min- Â¬ Columbus O Stato Journal ute Cough Cure It Is an infallible rem Â¬ Bosebud Moorman Mary Peyton Bobert Moorman Monna Hunter Ilallle Moor- Â¬ edy for coughs colds croup and all On of tbe First man Mary Moorman Elliott Moorman throat and lung troubles Short Hay Â¬ Oh I wanted to ask you about that May Ddtnpster Mary Blantord Harry nes society novel yon wero reading I Dldiio Moorman Icle Hennlng Boy Moorman marry hor after all has alio brought happiness to Put up that Tnanksglving turkey now Ella Bobertson Johnnie Hoskins Nellie thousands of homes barren for No ho was ono of tho first to marry and have him well fatted and invito Moorman years Af ew doses often brings Jisio Bhodes Eddie Moor Â¬ hor Detroit Journal your neluhbots to dinner with you the man Glen Joy to loving hearts that long Moormau Joa D Owen for a darling baby No woman Owen Hunter Arrle Bobertson Henry Bloomfleld Mo Fob 16th 1807 should neglect to try it for this Moorman May Moorman Nannie J O Mendenhall Evansvllle Ind trouble It cores nine casei out of ten All druggists sell AVlno Eisher Otter Owen Eula Harper Dear Sir AVe do not hesitate tore of Cardul 00 per bottle following pupils are not up to the commed your Improved Chill and Fever requirement on account of sickness or Cure ai we have sold a great deal of it For tiilca In eMi requlrtnr special Are features peculiar to Roods Tills Small In other cause rendering during the last year all on a guarantee unavoidable direction addnss rWlar symptom size taitelejs efficient Uiorougu As one man absence one or more days tha Ladlii Advisory Doprtmnt aud have not bad a single bottle returned Th Chitunoor Medldao Co Chitu Paul Dempster Ada Maxwell Meda failing to give satisfaction noocTon Maxwell AValter Moorman Styles How Yours vary truly ard Glen Fisher Alma Mattingly Daisy MM LOUISA HAlt Co Geo II Caoasw Denne Allie Harper Disy and Llllia WMn I flrtt look Wins of Cartful MtU Yqutiarcrknowycvi w k4 bM marrl4 hr yMt but Willis and Tommle Speaks MXOSRXJaw touM not bava any efetMrMi MIm w taken a ll till t Let all try next month Regularity 9UM-ritudaftiisginfcMy ofr29cCIiiooqkio UKM of attendance is vrted Proprietor Lowell JKm Tkftooly pills to take witii Hoods fttrwarUIa JJB FlLBFriMijM tmm IWIEWbW hews tli last ad in m eltMc Mawcsvllle Poet and Story Writer WINDS AND LEAVES Wat winds that flap the sodden leaves Wet Iostcs that drop and fall Unhappy leafless trees tho wind bereaves What a Physician lias to Say About This Season Foor trees and small - All of a color solemn In your green All of a color aombcr In yonr brown All of a color dripping gray between When leaves are down I Oh for ths bronto green eucalyptus spires Far flashing up against the changeless blue Shifting and glancing In the steady fires Of sun and moonlight too Tbe Owensboro Messenger bats Miss Roberta Young Bush tho accom- Â¬ plished story writer and verso maker of Uawesvllle has just put on sate a solig which promises to bo a popular one not only with Kentucky singets out wim The title is those in other stales Whenover its Night and it is written in Miss Bushs usual charming style both as to rythm and melody The copy is dedicated to littlo Miss Grace Dexter Bryan second daughter of AVIIIiam Bryan who is a special frietid of tho author Msscs Mary Bidgely and AnnaOrlfflth gave an Autumn luncheon last Thurt on Griffith day at Od Homestead avenue in honor of Mrs Gus Brannon Those present wore Mes James Gus Brandon Samuel Tallialirro Bobert Pennington and Edwin Field Misses Eczema All Her Life orange groves pomegranate hedges bright And varnished fringes of tho pepiwr trees And ah that wind of sunshine wind of light Wind of the seas I Charlotte retains Btetsonin Land of Bon Deep hlno GREATNESS Shakespeare UNDERVALUED Seott and Mrs Slddons Were Mot Wonders Once - Â¬ Ij Â¬ In theso modern days when tho most extravagant laudations ore paid by lit Â¬ tlo cliques to littlo poets and mediocre actors and tho longuago of eulogy is exhausted on what scorns very small provocation it is difficult to plcturo a timo when not only tho minor bard and tho second class nctors wero severely dealt with but oven tho best and great Â¬ est wero exposed to Irreverent criticism Bobert Greono who howover was in tho samo lino of business wroto him Â¬ declared his contemporary self Shakcspcaro to bo an upstart crow who in his own conceit was tho only Drydon shakesceno in the country Ho writes wroto of tho bard of Avon in many places below tho dullest writ Â¬ ers of our or any preceding ago Never did any author prooipitato himself from such heights of thoughts to such low expressions Ho is tho Janus of poets and yon havo scarcely timo to ndmiro ono face ore yon dospiso tho other Coming nearer to our own times it is generally but quite erroneously sup Â¬ posed that tho Wavcxly novels wero ro coivod with n nnlvcrsal accord of no claim on their first appcaranco but this is by no means tho case In many of tho contemporary organs of criticism thoy wero damned with faint praise and in somo oven without it Mrs Slddons again a statuo to whom was uncovered in Paddington by Sir Henry Irving is supposed to hnvo taken tho town by Btonn and to havo boon at onco acknowledged tho queen of her profession Yet Horace AValpolo admitting her groat talents by no HH- means expressed himself with such en- Â¬ 1 Sho pleased mo beyond my --1 thusiasm expectation bnt not up to tho admira tion of tho ton two or three whom wero Mr in tho samo box with me Crawford asked mo if I did not think her tho best actress I over saw I said By no means Wo old folks ore apt to bo prejudiced in favor of our first im- Â¬ of Sho is a good figure hand pressions somo enough though neither noso nor chin according to tho Greek standard Consisting of one furin 208 acres ljiDg 14 miles south of Hardinsburg beyond which both advance n good dcaL Ky on the LoitcliGQjrl road and 8 miles from Glendcane Ky Her hair is either red or sho has no obabout one half of said farm in good state of cultivation balanco jection to its boing thought so and had used red powder Her volco is clear and well timbered Two good wells and several springs furnish an good bnt I thought sho did not vary its abundance of water A good six room dwelling Cbarns stables modulations enough nor ever approach enough to tho familiar but this may etc It is recogojzed as one of tho most desirable farms in tho como wenh moro habituated to tho awo Ports of Rough Several horses hogs and cattlo farming of tho audienco of tho capital Her no Â¬ l implements and household goods tion is proper bnt with littlo variety not When without motion hor arms are Terms made known on day of sale gen Wei Thus you see nil my objections aro very trilling but what I really wanted but did not find was originality which announces genius and without both which I am never intrinsically pleased All Mrs Slddons did good senso or good instructions might give I doro to say that were I ono and twenty I should havo thought her marvelous butt alas I remember Mrs Porter and tho Domes nil and remember every accent of tho Illus Â¬ former in thovery samo port ft trated London News BRECKENRIDGE NORMAL COLLEGE- The UomiDg Woman Mr E D Jenkins of tithe Ga ited a says that his daughter Ida severe case of Eczewa which the usual mercury and potash remedies failed to relieve t Year by year she was treated BhA aISmIma fit invuiwiirc uicrnai appliwitu various Au cations and internal remedies without result Her sufferings were intense and her condition grew steadily worsei All the so called blood remedies did not Kcui 11 ctica mr is case at all Until 8 SK win t I ven iii an improvement ivn ftf ntiri iinftFRS The medicine was continuecu wlln fav Â¬ orable results and now she is cured AVeir Mame May Sadie Slack sound and well her Sue Anderson May Bidgely Crutcher 41 in tvrfrrtlr and Anna Griffith clear and TTe and she has hce saved from what threat Marriage of Miss Sallie Davis ened to blight her life forever Tbe Courier Journal of last Sunday SSS guaranteed putrly vigeUble contained the following account oi the cures Eczema Scrofula Cancer Rheu Â¬ marriage of MiesSallleDvis well known matism or any other blood trouble It is arealbloed remedy and always in this city and county It says cures even nftr all else fails Tho marriegj of Cbas A Baechtold ane Miss Sallie A Davis took place at Nashvllla on October 24 The groom Is the son of Bev J J Baechtold pastor cf Take a blood temedy for a blood disease tho Geman M E church of Newport a touic wont cure it Kyaudlsa graduate of the Purdue onOur books and University The bride is the daughter skin blood diseases of Henry Davis of Irvlngton Ky a grad mailed free to address uate from the John N Norton Memoral any Training School for Nurses with tho Swift Specific Co class of 05 and is ontt of ths best known Ga Atlanta nurses of this city After spending sev- Â¬ eral days at tbe Centennial they returned You cant afford to risk your life by to Louisville where they are at homo to allowing a cold to develops into pneumo- Â¬ and their friends in tho New Dohn 11 lis at nia or consumption Instant relief Min Â¬ a certain cure are r lorded by One C03 AVest Broadway ute Cough Cure Short and Haynes ir 1 AA- Â¬ ffof3 inlw A Real Blood Remedy Â¬ sss PUBLIC SALE On November 18th 1897 deceased McDaniels Ky I will sell to highest and best bidder the real and personal property of W J McDaniel Â¬ E w W W W J K v- - McDAMEL Administrator HardinjbVir frfy Â¬ who goes to the club while her husband tends the baby as well as the good old fashioned woman who lcoks after her home will both in time run down in health They will be troubled with loss of appetite headache sleeplessness faint or dizzy spells The most wonderful remedy for these women is Electric Bit Â¬ ters Thousands of sufferers from lame back and weak kidneys rise up and call itbletsed It is the medicine for worn en Female complaints and nervous troubles of all kinds are soon releved by tho us3 of Electric Bitters Delicate women should havo this remody on hand to build up the system Only 50c per bottle For salo by Short Haynes Chestnuts are selling in Blue Bldge at per bushel Theyre cheaper than that however in the newspapers and magazines 1 v J l L M J t c 1 About twenty five pupils are in rrgular attendance in tho Preparatory Commercial and Scientific cburses These pupils are doing efficient work Others should come and do likewise because m m 1 Our School is Centrally Located It is Healthful It is Economical It is Permanent i They find c asses suited Students can enter at any time to their needs Thediscipline is firm but kind Church facilities are the best Thero are no places of y vice to tempt the pupils The citizens are refined and educattd The citizens are in sympathy with the school It affords good advantages in Music W Â¬ THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE Lung Troubles and Consumption Can be Cured 38Xt3 isMothers An Eminent New York Chemist and Scien- tist Makes a Free Offer to Our Readers The distinguished New York chemist T A Slocum demonstrating his discov- Â¬ ery of a reliable and absolute cure for Consumption pulmonary Tuberculosis and all bronchial throat lung and cheat diseases stubborn coughs catarrhal affections general decline aud weakness loss of flesh and all conditions of wast Â¬ ing away will send THREE FREE BOT Â¬ TLES all different of his New Discov- Â¬ eries to any afflicted readerof tbe Bkkck enbidqk Nkws writing for them has His New Scientific Treatment cured thousands permanently by its timely use and he considers it a simple professional duty to suffering humanity to donate a trial of his infallible cure Science dally develops new wonders and this great chemist patiently experi Â¬ menting for years has produced results as beneficial to humanity as ran be claimed by any modern genius His asÂ¬ sertion that lung troubles aud consump- Â¬ tion are curable in any climato is proven filed by heartfelt letters of gratitude in bta American and European laborator- Â¬ ies in thousands from those cured in all parts of the world Medical experts concede that bron Â¬ chial cheat and lung troubles lead V Couumptlont which uninterrupted means speedy and certain death Simply write to T A Slocum M O 98 Fine street New York giving post pJBee asd express address aud tbe free medicine will be promptly seat Suffer take instant h atamldproposition advantage of his gfOtte tell tfca Doctor that yon saw Please Ma Qatar in ths Bmsoxbmwmii Naws H nktfcptla 4k O -fait te- nuSoVfeSjia rsftsul saoots4 Oft Ufa Pretty and Neat BOTH IN STYLE AND COLOR mmf THIS SEASONS CLOTHING a For Men Boys and Children Gome and make a close inspection Prices asy to Take asy to Operate will not scare you away H o ods y El HU i Geo Yeakel BRANDENBURG KY Uo- - Haf Car ftmstls Vosavs