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Digital page images are linked to the text file. zrSB 0 ALL THE NK could no notinng witn ner Two more t in urnrlr with thnm and thn GE NEWi NO 17 CONDENSED A Collection of oue Suhjecta NRS THATS KIT TO PRINT FEVER IS NEWa Royal Bakes the tool wheloom VOL XXII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 10 1897 in tho United States tho rumor that I am disposed to accept nutonomy as a basis of settlement or solution of tho present war Tho constitution of Cuba absolutely establishes in its Article U that pence IS tq bo negotiated upon tho basis of absolute independence of Cuba It U to obtain independence that wo have been fighting for two years and will continuo to fight until victory be The Steamer Idaho Qocs Down ours All statement that havo been hither in Lake Eric to or may bo in future published to the any effect that wo aro willing to accopt ctnrr solution short of indopendonco Tho Second Hate and a Deck Hand should bo regarded as false Wo will fight for absolute indopond Succeeded In Hanging to the en r3 ns ve stated in tho manifesto is Â¬ sued at Monto Ohristo as nlson it was Rigging Until Rescued later set down in our constitution and as wo are daily confirming it by tho shedding of our blood in tho battlo Steamer by CUBAL0ST TO SPAIN b Autonomy Will Never Be Ac I NINETEEN LIVES LOST cepted by the Patriots T r ir The War Must Necessarily De Con- Â¬ tinued as Spain Will Not Yield at Present i General Weyler Has dot to Explain That Speech or Be Court- - martlaled U SI PREPARING FOR WAR W i I EL1 m K Only omy Cuba is lost to Spain lndopendcnco for tho island will put nn ond to tho strugglo now devastating tho That is colony and mining Spain what eight leading Cubans all of whom formerly favored outonomy told Senor Jose Canalojas in the Fifth Avenue hotel Those Cubans did not represent tho junta for tho junta will dlsouss autonomy with no one but tho conference is tho moro remarkablo in its result becauso tho men who talked so Irmly against any proposition except Independence wero formerly leading autonomists who in viow of recent developments say that oven wero they to listen to such a proposal tho insur gents in tho field would simply scoff at it as an evidenco not of Spains good faith but of her weakness and willing ncss to promfso concessions rather than prosecute a hopeless war Senor Canalojas was formerly a mem bcr of the Spanish cabinet and is tho proprietor of tho Madrid Heraldo Ho comes to sound tho American feeliiig and to inform himself by personal ob-Â¬ servation of tho state of affairs in Cuba Before his somewhat dramatic conference with tho Cubans who rapped au tonomy so smartly at tho Fifth Avciiuo hotel meeting Senor Caualejas was un- able to obtain an exchange of views with T Estrada Palma the Cuban del Â¬ Tell egate and head of tho junta him said General Palma to an emis arrange an inter sary who sought to view tell him that when I was presi- Â¬ dent of tho republic of Cuba I assisted in making a law which is in force to- Â¬ day and by which any officer of tho government who listens to any proposi- Â¬ tion from Spain short of absolute indo pendenoo is regarded ns a traitor The meeting at thb Fifth Avenue ho- Â¬ tel was in reality on accidental one Senor Canalojas did not then and has not ninco his arrival posed as represent Â¬ ing the Spanish government but it is known that his promiuenco in Spain maked liis mission hero one likely to bear important frnit when ho goes home Tho Cubans present were Ga- Â¬ briel Camps Dr Diego Tamayo Ral xnundo Oaberra Enrique J Varona Nicolao Meredla Fidel G Picrra Man- Â¬ uel A It De Monales Carlos Pauraga They selected and Felix Yzcnaga Senor Senor Varona as spokesman Canalojas remarked that ho could not understand why if the Cubans had really beon in earnest in asking for autonomy they now refused to accept it Senor Varona reviewed tho history of Cuba since 1878 and declared that with victory at hand the patriots scorned the Spanish proposals The other Cubans present listened toVnro nas explanation of tho position with flashing oyes Senor Canalojas expressed regrot that their attitude was so uncompromising saying it was impossible for Spain to yield and that therefore tho war must necessarily bo continued Spain ho added had all tho resources necessary to prosecute tho war an assertion which the Cubans received with doubt Senor Canalejas said ho could not seo why if autonomy would givo to the Cubans all the advantages of independence without its drawbacks thoy should still prefer to continuo tho war To that tho Cubans thought Senor Veronas sotting forth of thoir position was an ample reply There was some talk then as to whether somo of the Cubans named for important posts by tho now premier wero man likely to imbuo the insur- Â¬ gents with the idea that Spain really intended to deal fairly with tho colony Senors Merodia and Oaberra said theso men wero rather of such a character thattho insurgents would bo irritated rather than soothed by thoir olovationi Tho Cubans continued talking of phaso after phase of tho autonomy question and explaining their belief that thoro is now no end of tho war short of abso- Â¬ lute independence and their firm con- Â¬ viction that tho insurgents will accept nothing elso Tho discussion was con Â¬ ducted with marked courtesy- - Its eject upon tho Spanish representative was marked Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ New Your Nor 0 Tho Herald says It Is too Into to talk of auton- Â¬ B b RED HOT AFTER WEYLER Dm tiot to KpUn That Speech or fit II CourtiuBrtIalil Madrid Nov JB Tho Spanish gov ernment as a result of tho deliberations of tho ministers ovor the utterances of Â¬ jiral of Cuba lias General Weylor former captain gen by courtmartial no matter Mjwee ho lands if he confirms tho accu HMsyof tho press reports bf his utter Mtcesj etry him como to tho dectstou h 2V Tho commanding officers nt all tho trots of the Spanish kingdom have been ktraote4 to demand of General Yoy lor the iiiowoiit he can bo comuiuuicat d with tho exact terms of the speech wktoh he delivered in reply to the man ifestation at Iluvaiu upon the occasion of his embarkation for Spain on Sun Â¬ tw tjw steamer Monserrat on whleh Gmmt1 Weyler sailed for Spain on Swetlay o Wednesday reached Glbarn Mi the norahweat coast of Cuba with bar engines disabled and may ho com petted to return to Havana in whioU it ia not unlikely that there will ba taiMiiihiff developments WDWtNDtNCE OR PEA1H yrww Cheaf tor Tour Nov frfMi U t tba Mbas Cub loutee Army Mm r m Coauw fcaaanliaehUf liberation daUd at his camp Mmy Soltewiiit htw of -- Tha Miw the Cuban Mi aid mp ppirtfcw os uud nave omxuawro dLftUu Salvador Cisneros former president Late Saturday Mariposa of tho republic of Cuba writes to tho Herald t Afternoon Independence or death has been nnd Is our motto Wo would rather seo our beloved country disappear amid a heap NAMeS OF THE VICTIrtS LOST of ashes than accopt any concessions no matter how ample unless they carry with them the absoluto independence of Cuba Tho Western Buffalo Nov 8 To obtain this many of Cubas best steamer Idaho sous havo given up their lives to obtain Transit companys this many more of her sons aro daily which left Buffalo Friday afternoon for shedding their blood which absorbed Chicago laden with package freight by tho plants of onr soil wo breathe in foundered off Long Point on Lake Erie tho air wo inhale during a fnrions gnlo at 4 oclock Sat Â¬ urday morning The second mato and PREPARING FOR WAR ono sailor who succeeded in hanging to Oreit Activity In Uncle Sam Navy and tho rigging were rescued by the steam- Â¬ Aruiy Departments er Mariposa late Saturday afternoon Wasiiixoton Nov 0 In both tho and brought hero Tho rest of tho army and navy departments there is crew numbering 10 wero undoubtedly greater activity than for years Prep Â¬ drowned arations for war nro going forward The following are tho names of 10 of Thoro is no disguising tho fact that tho 10 men who wore lost thuso ho are in positions to command Aloxandcr Glllis captain Buffalo tho best information ieel that a war Georgo Gibson firstmato Iuffalo with Spain is almost inovitablo A William Clanoy chfthr cngii cor Buf- Â¬ commission was established this week falo to inaugurate a system of coast signal John D Taylor steward Buffalo stations by means of which navy ma Nelson Skinner first assistant engi- Â¬ neuvers might bo reported immediately neer at Washington Louis Gilmoro watchman Pro cured work on all coast fortifica- Â¬ Richurd McLean wheelman tions is being pushed at emergency Robert Williams wheelman speed A recently published report A I Richard lookout snows tnat 00 per cent of tho arms dis Henry Thomson lookout tributed recently to volnuteor organiza Conrad Blanker flroman tions hare gone to points along the William Gregory fireman great lakes Another incident is tho John Henly assistant steward listing of all merchant vessels on tho Frederick Miffort oiler great lakes and along tho Atlantio Edward Smith deckhand Rochester board which might bo available for war M Bell dcokhand in caso of emergency Tho names of thrco of tho men Tho Competitor Cute drowned aro unknown to tho steamNnw YonK Nor C A dispatch to ship company Ono was a fireman anTho World from Madrid says Tho gov Â¬ other n deckhand and the third n porter ernment has decided totable to the auTho names of tho two men saved are thorities at Havana to begin as soon as Louis Laforce Jr second mate possible tho trial of tho crow of the William Gill a deckhand living at schooner Competitor beforo tho naval 137 Kent street Rochester tho decision of whioh courtmartial It is not known at tho office of the must bo confirmed by tho Madrid gov- Western Transit company whero tho Somo newspapers assert greater portion of tho dead men hailed ernment that tho government considers that tho from Spanish war vessel acted properly in Tho Idaho went out of commission capturing the Competitor and might throe or four years ago but this sunn havo summarily punished the prisoners mer she was thoroughly overhauled holding tluvt the protocol of 1877 only After her overhauling she was placed apnlied tQ American citizoua resldontiu at tho disposal of the Naval Veterans Cuba but this report of tho cabinets association aud by that organization attitudo mast be received with resorve used as a flagship during the G A R encampment in August At tho cIojb Three Friends Will Nut lie Belied encampment she was pat into Nov 0 It is sorai ofncially of tho Havana commission again as a freighter nnnounccd that there will be no trouble Tho captain of tho ill fated steamer hero upon the arrival at this port of the Alex Gilhs was one of the most widely American steamer Throe Friends which known of lake seamen He was 41 is alleged to havo taken part in fllibui years old nnd knew tho lako waters like tering expeditious and which is uow a book His brother Donald Glllis is bound to Havana on a legitimate com- captain of the steamer Harlom When tho steamer Mariposa arrived mercial orraud in port with the news of the disaster to A Weyler Itlot tho Idaho and having on board the two Santander Spain Nov 0 A publlo surviving members of tho crew Cap meeting which was organized hero to tain Root had this to say regarding tho arrange for n recoption to General storm on the lako and tho resouo of the Weyler tho former captain general of two men It was ono of tho worst gales I ever Cuba was attended by such riotous opyears position that the mayor was obliged to experienced in all my Chicago on tho with a lakes Wo started from dissolvo it load of oats All tho way down the lakes wo hud a fight with tho storm and ELECTION RESULTS 1 thought once or twice of putting in Ilattle of somewhere until it blew over I am Outcome of Last Tuesday llnllots glad I did not for I fear if I had theso Tho following is tho result of last two men who came down with me would have had to join their mates by Tut sdays election in the various state this time whoro contests wero hold 13S0 It Ohio Governor BushnolU Republic when Iwas learnedSaturday afternoon of tho wreck of the first an was re elected by 20530 Largo Idaho I was on dock when my first Democratic gains in tho legislature but mate Myron Chamberlain camo to me it will probably stand 75 Republican to and told mo he had sighted a spar off to 70 Democratic on joint ballot Sovcral the north and that ho thought there seats will bo contested before the legis wero a couplo ot men clinging to it Ho Governor pointed it out td me and whon I got tho lature by tho Democrats Bushuell carried Cincinnati aud Hamil glasses on it 1 could distinguish the men Wo wero running under a plainly ton county by nearly 3000 plurality the timo and but tho entire remainder of the Fusion goodonhead of steam at for tho spar I put more aud headed Democratic tloket was elected by near I was puzzled how When nearing It ly tho samo plurality Now York The state went Demo Â¬ to help the men offa for I could not lower a boat in such storm Finally cratic elcotlng A D Parker chief judge I circled about the spar until I ran of the court of appeals by 63000 plural- alougfido and my men picked the poor ity Van Wvok Tammany candidate fellows off They had to drag them for mayor of Groater New York city away from the spar by force for the was elected having received 81584 plu Â¬ men had beon long that their rality over Seth Low and 118401 over arms had become there soand were twist- Â¬ numb General Tracey Tho Henrv George ed about the mast and almost frozen voto was small The stato legislature fait to it remains Republican When we got the men on board wo Kontueky Shackleford free silver somo and gave Democrat was elected by nearly 18000 put them in bunkssoups and them thorn had warm food aud Tho constitutional amend plurality good physically when wa feeling pretty ment was dofeated Iowa Tho Republicans carried the reached harbor tho rescued deokhand William GUI sHoto by 17000 plurality years old Pennsylvania Bolcom tho head of a swarthy well built mail 23 ho was a lakes slnco the Republican tloket carried the state has sailed the moro intelligent than the youth Ho is by 143000 plurality The Prohibition average seafaring man and his story of ists mado grfat galas disaster Republicans carried the Wo left is a thrilling one Massachusetts Friday night bound tho stato by n good majority electing for Chicago hero a cargo of general their entiro state tiokot as well as three raerchandi o with Everything said he fourths of tho legislature Marrnnd The Rep aWicans eleoted seemed all right until we got outside aud then we were enough members of the legislature to tho breakwaterworst storm ever that by the insnro tho defeat of Senator Gorman struck W hen the first big breaker I struck saw for re election aud will elect a Repub Â¬ us we wero tossed up in tho air like a lican in his place came later a Entiro Democratlo state top and a secoudbow andbig roller down Virginia rolled elected by from C50Q0 to 00000 over the port foot deep tcket amidships a The wind plurality shrieked nird howled but we did not ay much attention to tho storm Wo J Hows ThiB I tad felt wind before The captain con We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward suited with the mate and deoided that for any caso o Catarrh that can nit 1m he coald weather it and he kept on his course cured by Halls Catarrh Cufe up the lake dead As F J CHENEY A CO Props Toledo O apainst we headedit appeared to be get Â¬ the gale Wo the undersigned have known F J ting worso every initiate Tho waves Cheney for the last fifteen years and be Â¬ were running high and the wind throw Weaken like dust lieve him perfectly honorable In all bus the tops from the aguinst the heavr VVe moved stewlv iness transaction and tlnaaclally able to wind and sea ana when we were well by thir up the lake w Jeand that the boat wai carry out any making water It kept coming taster JKig Hrm bilge pumps were ToW- - and fastar andth A Truax Wbolved pat to work tat the watr gaint4 and jtarvla overlu de O WaUllMff vary mittat the ship kept getting Ism baoyaat aaa th big omwrt contumwl WbaJMtk DruaitlafcJar took Walrlng ovac h Ball Catarrh Curyld me all Long Point at thU Wa ww which WmmI Ulna and tkw wttr Jy eti eftpitn alartad io put ts share with tha intention of beaching th mtttftua BurfacM frt yUWad and UlM rapidly hlpv Bat the water gained 70a uar hottla nine retorma Kti that it was too late She was already VmMmalailt4 laboriae aud the two men at the whaei Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ flolds They Were Rescued the obllstloy Wt W dlrijyluf if niuuly brought ner arouuu ana neauea her toward laud Captain Glllis started tho pumps ordered tho men to the fire bucket nnd vvi formed a line and beean to bill but it wos no use Tho water gotued on the pumps and tho buckets and toon the watir put tho fires ont When it was found that tho power Probably Its Last Flicker in the was gone and that tho Idaho could iot bo moved we know wo could not the iu Southern Cities tho trotiuh of that fearful sea and he only hopo left us was to run out tho nuclior and bring her head up to tho Only Nine New Cases and Seven sea and let her rido out tho gale Every seaman realized tho danger Deaths In New Orleans In the Past of attempting to do that in fuco of a hurricane nnd whon Captain Gillls deTwenty Four Hours cided to do it ho ordered tho lashlne f tho boats cut and told tho men tlieyH were lorcea to taico ono last onanco lor Very Few Pisces Quarantined Against their lives At tho word tho anchor dropped c W Npw Orleans and a Central from the bow and the chain beganv th pay out but the sea was too hejfltna Business Revival instead of tho anchor catching with a firm grip nnd bringing tho ship head up to the storm with a jerk it went too slow nnd simply tumbled into tho REPORT FROn OTHER trough of the seas which broke ovor her in torronts Sho wns as helpless as a log and sho was tossed hero and there has New Orleans Nov and taking every wave aboard From been a big decrcaso in tho number of port to starboard tho great monutalus fever cases during thij past 24 hours and of water poured rolling into the hold tho situation is still further improved and adding to tho quantity nlrcady weighing her down Tho load as too1 Very fow places aro now qnarKjtykd much and after a moment when wo against Now Orleans and thero has been nil felt that wo were lost the ship a general levival of bnsinoss keeled over to the starboard and went The record ot now cases nud deaths is down stern first as follows What became of my mates I dont DEATHS know I romomber that the baits had Mrs Philomeno Wild r been loosened and that somo of the Julia Angtll men were ready to take to them if tho John M oi pin vessol wont under but no boat could D La Porto have lived for a minute iu that terrible Rosario Tnrnnbcno tea and if any of them did get in tho Gniscppe Tamalla boats it was simply swamped as soon as Thomas Trimble the first wave struck tliom Maybe thoy didnt leave tho ship at all I was XEW CASES near the spar and when tho stern of Colosella Dr A B R Bartlotts to go nndor wont for Ohoppin Miss E Smith Charles Puritt the vessel began tho rigging aud went up as fast as I Mrs Seuiuara J E Hnrroll Louise could Another man went with me Rothcrsou Goiioviovo Davoy tho second mato and I thank the Lord All Oter at Montgomery that ho was with mo or I would havo gone mad during all tho long hours Montoomehv Ala Nov 0 Thero that I was up thero hanging on nnd wero no new fevor cases hore but ono trying to keep off tho frightful cold death that of John Dent Tho board that was slowly killing us both Thero was a rolling to and fro as the of health views tho situation here with that vessel struck tho bottom and slowly grent satisfaction and believes righted to an even keel nud then a sec- Â¬ work is over so far as tho spreading of ond later sho rolled ovor to ono sido 1 yellow fever is concerned thought sho Mas going all tho way over IytB Out ut Mot lie but sho did not Shjsettlod on tho botv Mon IE Nov 8 Tho number of torn and tlumgh the waves rolled heK enses of contlnuos to from port to starboard tho spar re now off from yellow fever big average last weeks mained out of the water with my mato fall Tho report for tho past 24 hours is tho aud myself clinging to it All this time the hail nnd sleot was most favorable since tho first woek of coming down in a cutting sheet nnd tho appearanco of the fever Only four new cases and no deaths we wero covered with ice in a fow minutes for though the top of tho spar on Quod iteport From Memphis which we were hanging was 25 feet Memiiiir Nov 8 No now casc and above tho water tho big waves struck us and broke over ns nnd tho hail cut ono death Mrs A Carrico was tho fever record hero for the past 24 hours us like shot I knew it was about 3 oclock when Tho president of tho board of health we went down aud it seemed too mo expresses tho opinion that Memphis will that daylight would never como When foot bo declared wholly free from any daylight camo we couldnt seo a sail infection near U3 and tho sea was as bad as ever WRECK ON THE C O Hour after hour we waited there aud then we saw tho Mariposa coming For Four Itrioni Killed and Seventeen Oilier a long time we did not know whether Injured she would sight us When sho finally Charlottesville Va Nov 5 Tho sighted ns and wo saw her head for us I Chesapeake nud Ohio vestibule express tried to tell my mate but I couldnt and ho looked at me with a happy look known as tho F F V from Cincinon his fnco It was a terrible time to nati to Washington was wrecked near us before she camo up to us and then I Old Shadwcll five miles cast of this knew wo wore not safe yet for tho sea place at 1 25 yestorday afternoon Four was running mountain high and the persons wero killed aud 17 injured big steel boat was rolling like n skiff THE DEAD Every wave sent her up in the air until Henry colored portor Keswo coald Bee her white bottom under wick Va Burnett her water lino Wo know nt once that An Italian woman named her captain would not attempt to lower infant believed to be from Merara and Cincinnati a boat for it would have been chewed Phelix Mareuo died after removal to up When the Mariposa got within a Charlottesville the isjCukd cablo length of us a man with a strong Moses GoMblatt Cincinnati kneo cap voice yelled to us to hang ou Dont givo up he yelled woll get fractured Conductor S O Buster legs Injured you off soon Engineer Duke dangerously hurt Then tho boat circled around ns Baggageman Pcrs Gordouville Pa coming as near as she could but when she was within a fow rods a big rollor badly hurt from shoulders down probaswept her far out and she wont off to bly internally injured A Merara badly hurt starboard rolling heavily whon she got Mary Mareno hurt about the head in the trough of the sea Then she but not seriously came back again and again she missed Two small children of Mary Mareno us and wo couldnt have taken a line had one been thrown to us Again she one badly W L Gochener of Stuarts Draft went around and we watched her and right hand wathcd tho men on her rail waiting Va N Miller ofcut Washington Pullman J to givo us a lift when they could On tho third trip around she ran right conductor painfully hurt in tho back Richard Berkley Hanover Va ex alongside onr spar and as sho went a dozen men reached for ns I press messengor bruised about tho body ont know who got the mate bnt Mr and badlyNshocked Baltimore kneo Haig John Smith tho engineer got hold of mo and he dragged mo from the spar and sprained slightly Mrs Busch 411 West 111th street An inover tho rail of tho Mariposa of Now York bruised stant later wo had passed the little stick presumably not seriously on which I and tho mato had been about head J W Elder Washington D 0 head hanging for almost a day although it and noso considerably bruised seemed a wcok 0 R OBrieu Louisvillo Ky slight The second mate Louis La Force told a harrowing story to the crew of ly cut about tho head Jonas H Hluckel Trenton Butler the Mariposa Ho said that in tho rush of men from the holdone of them a couuty Olio left hip painfully injured watohmau was tramplbd to death The BLOWN INTO SHREDS crew was frautio to get outot tho place Six or eight he said must havo beon Ojronmlte KI1U Three Men and Four llortei In Wed Virginia drowned liko rats in tho hold They wore not warned of tho sinking of tho Wheeliso Nov 8 A magazine of boat The first long dip of the stern nitroglycerin exploded in Pino Fork iu WB3 the first Intimation thoy had that the Wetzel county oil field Saturday dangor was at hand and thoy mado ling thrco men and a frantio rush to got on deck Tho afternoon kt traco of thorn or of leavthe hatchway was too small to lot them ing hardly through together and the result was magazine and two tcami of horses that that one of thorn was trompledto death wero near and several of thorn were left to drown William Conn of Cuba New York an oil well shooter employed by the MEN BY MASKED ROBBED South Peun Oil company of Manning Ajed Couple Living Alone Vlilted at ton went with n team and glycerin wagon to the magazine abont ti oclock Midnight nso to Ntw Harmony O Nov 8 Jepthn in get 40 quartz ot the explosive to was shooting n well While Conn Anderson and wlf agod people Ijvlug n the magazine two men were seen by two miles south of here wore awakened pcoplo Iu a farmhouse to drive up to at 2 oclock yesterday morning by a the magazine Just as these men knock and a voico at the door Ander Â¬ reached a point 20 feet from the maga zine and while Conn was inside there son went to tho door and was confront ed by two masked men who covered was an expjoilon that was heard 10 him with revolvers and compelled him miles away Wheu tho air cloared nothing re- Â¬ to hand over 45 all tho money he bad a hole in the ground 10 Meanwhile a third robber pried open mained but Tho three men four horses a window ontcred a rear part of the feet deep wagons and the magazine wero house and stole a suit of clothes two iwo out oxistonco while for BOO wiped watches and a pension cbeok for 30 yards trees of fences were leveled and Anderson and wife who live alone all the glassand of thrco were so badly frightened that they farmhouse a was broken ont quarter of n mile away failed to make the robbery known or A search revealed nothing but a harness several hours afterward and tho rob buckle and a part ot a mans hand bers escaped IUIng-- With a IHloeaa Nok WekUna Arete Salve O Nor 5 W R OniLucoTHK Conway a Baltimore and Ohio South Thk Bbst Salvr in the world for Cute western brakeman fell oft a caboose Brulpf Sores UIcits Salt Rheum FeÂ¬ yesterday and was brovght here in ad rn Sere Tetter Chapped I lands Chll Hi neck was nncofiscioaa condition a Corn all Skin KrapUoaa dUlooated and attempts tq save his Ufa bklne -no pay aadpeetlvfiy cnreePilrt are being watched witn interest by th give perfect medical profeieioa His body has Men qtifnU It ia gcMiwitteed inspeudod with the hope hat the dislo eetiefaesioN or rvftMded Pytee cated vertabrae will asenme their for mer positiou There haa been no ohange W oenta per box Ko Sale by Miott A for i hoars in his coudlton prt ai sUHcleas DYING OUT Interesting Iteim on Varl Kepeclalljr Prepared For disapÂ¬ Â¬ a peared from Louisvillo Two burglars nearly killed Policeman Stlckley ut South Bend Ind Thorn as Corey aged 14 years of Khrool Ind who lost his mind by cxoeiilva cfg arette smoking has boon sent to the asy- Â¬ lum Mm Robert Fowler pot judgment for 003 for the ftath of her husband from the Vandalia Railroad company at Craw fonlsvllle Ind Deputy Sheriff Felix O Trouwlale of near Paris Tenn committed sulolde at his home by shooting himself in tho head No cause assigned Joe Literal of Rushvllle Ind who shot at his daughter Blancho because she Wouldnt stop singing has been sentenced to two years In Michigan City peniten the Hatty Header F C TJphnm lias mysteriously POWDER absolutely Pure ao ai Ama rawoca co yokx tiary Ilftrry Eckenrode Baltimore and Ohio station agent at Sherwood O who disap peared recently has been located at Bog ton It was thought ho had been in Louis- THE MARKETS ItetleiT of the Grain and Livestock Mar Â¬ kets For November 8 Cincinnati Tooacoo Market Offerings Rejections Actual sales Â¬ Â¬ villo Mrs Joseph Goshak was found dead in bed nt Mount Cnrmel Pa and tho authorities have since loirnrd that she starved to death Her husland went to his work In tho mines without a morsel of food nnd the children found weeping over their mothers cornsx ucn almost fiim ished Crimea and Caiualtlet Josio Uptograf 13 fell from a treent Camden Intl and wns killed Amanda Barber 75 nn Inflnniry in matj was killed by u train at Kussol Hhdt 1800 2W 1875 MW Â¬ The price on the offerings ranged as follows SO 023 60 375 15819 75 879 Uwlpts 76 25 829 UH 75 851 110311 95 103 ft 5053 Do VS S2 WS 5 158 The 10 0hhdsolTeredaentged10 iSper 100 lbi against 110 71 for 3SUI hhdt for thu previous week and M 01 for 10t5 hhdj l5 the corresponding week In I6V4 Kentucky Philip Higgle nn aged lurniltof Beaver Dim near Canal Dover O fell Into thu fin ami was burned to death Mrs Sarah Conner was fatally allied at Newark O by overturning n kvttlo of water ou herself ns she fell In a fit 11 F Moore 70 wns struck aud Instant Â¬ ly killed by a train nt Shurpn lllo Ind while attempting to cross thn track lie wns dent boy of York Robert Young n town Ind who was left nt home nlonr Â¬ was burned to denth his clothing catch Ing Ore from nn open stove Howard Swnun 18 was thrown from a buggy near Huntington W Vn by a rutitiwny horse Ills feet caught In tho lines and he was dragged to death A freight train on tho Baltimore and Ohio Southwestern railroad Jumped the freight cars George McCutcheon conductor on tho belt railroad of Chattanooga accidentally fell from a train nnd was Instantly killed A ivtr pinbed over him oowjlitelj wver Ing his head from his body 12 track at Huron Ind killing Fireman Reuben Muy and completely demolishing Â¬ Sheep r5 rough t3 603 00 Choice U 2001 SO fair f l 6025 75 coma 25 mon U clioci lambs It 004 5 50 viitl cuhrs i 5037 00 Cincinnati Cat- Â¬ Whent 0394c Corn 20WO28I tle Selected butchers U WXat 40 fair to 3 85 medium H 103 b6 common S 85 Hogs Selected nnd prima butchers 05 common 75 packing W 50J 13 45 W Sheep l 84 nnd rough t 00 lambs U 0005 bO uuffalo Cuttle Cholco to prime IS 0CS 15 to good l TOt w common J 60O fair 3 E0O3 85 mixed Hobs Yorkers 4 35 80 common 3 30O3 40 75 packer cheep Prime l 6CI 75 oulls to common 11 7503 25 lambs 1 7605 75 Chicago 3 S5O3 70 Hogs Selected butchers mixed 13 40OJ 70 Cattle Xntive steers ft 00115 30 most tAles It 40O5 00 cow 1 00 and bulls il 753 40 Sheep W lnmbs I 7605 5 New York 15 Sheep 13 00OI 60 Cnttle f I 15 0QH5 tO lambs s 3 Â¬ rittsburg Cattle Prime U E0a 00 fair U TOO 1 60 bulls stags anil cows 13 U3 OU Prime light Kl RS63 V0 heavy Hob 6J 0J 03 03 35 i Â¬ TUchers wngon nnd black emlttTshop and smaller buildings Loss about 20000r Insurance 3500 Dentin Household Oods The ancient Greeks belieye that the Penates were the gods who attended to the welfare and prosperity of the family They were worshipped aa household gods in every home Tho household god of to day is Dr Kings New Discov- Â¬ ery For consumption coughs colds 000 and for all affections of Throat Chest The hotel San Marco ono ot the finest and lungs it Is invaluable It has been and most commodious hotel properties In tried for a quarter of a century and is St Augustine Fin wns burned to the ground Sunday morning entailing n loss guaranteed to cure or money returned No household should be without this of about 250000 with less than 150000 In curulico good angel It ia pleasant to take and a Flro destroyed a number of buildings in safe and sure remedy for old and young Wnlkerton Ind among them a livery Short Havnes drug store Regular stable nnd 13 horses thu fire department size 60c and 100 outfit the Fry hotel the Bobbins block Flret Tho Munco pulp mlll at M uncle Ind was partly destroyed by fire entailing a loss of IOCO fully covered by insurance Firu at Texarkaun Ark destroyed four Btt aiu dry kilns five lumber sheds and over 1250000 feet ot lumber thu property of tho Central Coal Coko nnd Lumber company The aggregate loss Is ofer 100 Groens Â¬ Dr Chnrles MoTnggart aged CO of Dub lin Ind Is dead Mrs James Martin of Xnrpnno Ind died on a train near Wooiter O Amelia Stenrt 101 wns found dead at her homo near Martinsville Ind Rev I D Smith died nt SnlnmonU Ind leaving n wlfo nnd child Uu wus pastor of the Methodist Episcopal chui oh nt fiat phee Cornelius OConner a local capitalist of Sin Francisco died early Sunday morning He was a pioneer In San Kronclrco nnd In mining days wns an Intlmato friend and associate of William OBrien bonanza king J C Flool and John W Â¬ Â¬ Mackay O Failure Company the lad L Cnsterltne ing Jewelry firm of Hartford Ind has us 000 signed Asrets U 000 Uabllltloi Bunnett S Brundlge nt one time onu of the largo it land owners of DeUwure county O has lied a deed ot asslgnmonl William Nlcholton Is the assignee Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Auaulted and ltobbed Union City Ind Nov 8 Saturday night W Wilmore n storekeeper iu Saratoga was dosing up when at tacked by two men one of whom struck him with a club knocking him senseless They then robbed him ot n large sum of money jumped into a wagon drivon by a woman who was waiting for them nnd drove off Wil moro laid unconscious for hours but Is now considered out of dauger The Deadly Hubert Nov 8 Bert Rob MoAnTiiun O inett aged i accidentally discharged aFlobert riilo hitting Scott aged 10 son of Rev O B Taylor In the right eye Tho sight was destroyed and ths boy may die Â¬ Iuunterfult Mlver Dollar C The treasury department has boon advised of tho circulation of a counterfeit silver dollar at many points in tho wet It is dated 1888 bears tho NewOrleaus mint mark tho lettering is large and poorly formed and the breast of tho eagle on the re verso side is entirely smooth no attempt being mado to givo it the feathered itppcarance of tho genuine llenjantln Uutlernrorth Critically III Cleveland Nov 8 Tho physicians in attendance upon Major Benjamin Bntterworth commissioner of patents who is ill with pneumonia at tho Hoi lendeu hotol givo but little encourageMr Butter ment of his recovery worths wifo and daughter who wero summoned from Cincinnati are nt his bedside Wuutauamr Child llurnrd to Death Halifax N S Nov 8 Tho resi- Â¬ dence of Georgo Tnllock about three miles from Halifax was burued to the ground last night Mls Mary Walker sister of Mrs Tullock and a 1 year-old child of tho Tullocks were burued to death Washington Nov Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Thn Heat of the Karth lu d Kelvin contends that tho earth might bo whito hot 2000 feet below tho hurfaco or us cold us ico CO feet bo low without changing our present oil tuatu Ho attributes tho intensely hot climate of an earlier age to greater heat ot the sun Abk Druggist TKIAI Your CATARRH for a pent nut 10 CKNT size Elys Cream Balm cocaine Green Mountain Snowcapped conalni no Â¬ Nkwpqkt Yt Nov 8 The Greon mountains were snowcapped Sunday uorning for tho first time this cason The first fall of snow last season was three weeks earlier OAtSTOniA tl SltUS K hat Tie mercury nor aiy oth r lijiirliuj druic It is ql- - Uy absorbed Gives lie el at once It opens aJcltsniM COLD ihe Nasal Iauagca Allays InHimmatloiv llcals and Protects the Membrane Iltttoro the Sens I of Taste aad t drurchtt or Smell Full site J t Trlsl XLY BHOTllKR by mail j6 Warren Street Ntw York P3 HEAD Going to Build or Repair Write Louisville For Prices on Lumber Doors Ssh anil Tllty Blinds Shingles Steel Roofing Will save you money Â¬ J P Will CO Ky Â¬ noy eBBBBvaaBBeBaaBaeBBfltBBaalBvBBiBBBBH iiiS- - aggifc t - Breckenridge fn D News 10 1807 kjr - 4T Oi Babtngt Eilti sniPriprltri WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER SIX PAGES Ex Secretary Carliso lmi New York city located lu Tiik south is beginning to freo Itself oltbe Yellow fever This ranch n posalblo It will in creaao the value of his lands fifty per roads cent Mm fanner buiit to Improve tlio Estimates made by the government fitatltlone of tlio United States and place the deficiency in the worlds wheat supply for this rar at 252000000 busliels It is claimed that the outlook is for better supply next year y r- r - - Tim letsin to be githered from the result of the eh ction in this county this year is that tho Democrats should steer clear of a fusion in the future They never made a greater blunder when they Qilt coughing is easy enough if you agreed to go under the clasped hands know how to do it The best way to device Hereafter the party should have quit is to take one dose of Dr Bells Pine a straight Democratic ticket or nothirg Tar Honey Summer coughs lung coughs winter coughs bronchial coughs We are at fie threshold of an unex- Â¬ or any kind of cough or cold is speedily ampled era of prosperity In tho sheep cured by the use of this remedy Chil Â¬ industry Never in tho countrys his dren love it Od people like it tory have the prospects been so bright GLENDEANE for the shepuian as at present Sheep pay and pay well They add to tho fer Â¬ tility of the farm They clean up rough Boy Cain Irvington was here Mon- Â¬ They day land They yield large profits give three crops every year lambs wool John Denno went to Louisville Mon mutton They earn their own living day and if given an opportunity will feed Ell Storms Lit every farmer keep a latter part of McDanlols was here the themselves last week Hock of sheep and he will be rewarded Miss Irene Board Joined tho party at for his prudence and enterprise D O Moormans Sunday Mr Dave Howard and his son Styles HARDINSBURG were in Cloverport Saturday Itobertson Bros g to Louisville with W TIME TABLE L H heavy stock shipments this week soma hit Mrs Georgo Short and Miss Mariah Pii engar Dally art Uardlnibarg 727 am Watkins of Cloverport are visiting here eoiio TU1T Little Louise Moorman spent Satur- Â¬ FaiienKr Dally arr Uardlnibarg 1 55 pm day and Sunday with her cousin Mary Peyton Falls of Rough Miss Ella Dillon is visiting at Cannel Miss Belle Pierpont returns this morn Â¬ ton ing to her home in Hardin county leav- Â¬ Mrs Bjwtner went to Cloverport last ing a boat of friends hero Friday Two of Hardinsburgs fair daughters What thelt publlcans did for us was a Mits Lzze Miller and Mies Ava Board plenty have been spending a few days with Miss Farmers should brgin to save their Mary Moormau seed corn The omission of Miss Ollle HcskinB Mc Avitt went to Union Star last name from the school report last week Saturday to visit his parents did her an injustice She is a hard work- Â¬ Vfeeo Neflf will ave a public sale at ing student and I therefore regret the omission Geo P Duncan farm Nov 17 Tho open session of tho Literary Fri Â¬ James St Clair and wife Webser day night has been pronounced the most ere visiting here last week ilr Mooreman of Glendeane was the pleasing effort ever made in Glendeane only Democratic magistrate in tho coun- The boys reached the oratorical in debat irg the girls seemed perfection in their ty elected excelfence and the crowd was sent home new board of trustees Bhould laughlrg The over the drill introduced here make it their business to restore the by Miss Board street lights VNaturalizition papers were granted J C Berry ono of the best known Charles BouIlL r in the County Court citizens of Spencer Mo testifies that he last week cured himself of the worst kind of piles by using a few boxrs of DeWitts Witch Sewing machine oil needles shutlcs He had been troubled bands oil cans screw drivers ect cill Ilnzil Salve with piles for over thirty years and had on T C Lewis many It will he an accommodation to us if used DdWi different kinds of medicine Its was the one that did the will give us the names but the people here work and ho will verify this statement of their visitors if any one wishes to write him Short HayiHB Mrs Libs of G niton and her sister of Vine Grove were here last week visitROCK VALE ing Ma ltobt McGuflln ClauJe Mercer went to Liuisvillo last This country has been blessed with a week to try and effect a compromise good rain with the creditors of Mr Stamper Miss Cilar Harl Is very low with con- Â¬ Minor Compton of Garfield bought in a load of fine wineBap apples last Sat- Â¬ sumption Lee II Shreve is preparing to build a urday that sold for 50 cents per bushel new house Morris Kikridge went toTtockport Ind Wheat is looking well in this neigh- last Saturday to investigate the killing of his nephew young Butler of Hart RVeal Matthews will git married right ford soon to a Miss Rite in Grayson county Lost on the big road between Hard Alton Clemons Is moving his saw mill insburg and Den T Millers about two and will soon be ready to go to sawing weeks ago a gray drefs coat Wm Miss Ellende Rebarkor and mother Miller paid Mies Cilar Harl a visit one day last D it Murray was at the Lennln hotel week last Wednesday He thinks Democrats Farmers aro busy gathering corn in should go to work and organz the par this neighborhood It is turning out ty in every d strict about half a crop Last week we received two copies of J R Todd has not gone to the election tho Farmers Home Journal Good for many years until this time he made enough as we have to look after a hun Â¬ his appearance at the polls dred and fifty acre farm next year From the wav Bud Huff is hauline in The Presiding elder Kb v Overtop house furniture there is surely going to will preach at the M K church South bo a wedding in the neighborhood K T Pate is repairing his house and next Friday night He will go out to the quarterly meeting at KphuB Saturday doing his own work Jim Loyd says he is a fine workman and wants tog ft him morning Bill ilensley will accept the rooster to finish Ills house The Republicans are rejoicing over the nndor Iho device but eajs hell be iiangeu ll lie likes to mix iiis vote up result of the election in this locality with due harrows Old Hickory wagons The Democrats look a little down heart- Â¬ ed but will toon liven up again and tiling like that Tho election went off peacefully at this Democrats aro still Democrats but place with tho exception of soma drunk Â¬ hey wont tako a mixed ticket worth a cent Ills will enough to admit the en boys that drank too much hard cider fact The olllcera of the el ction solemn Â¬ Both parties worked hard at this place ly affirm that they never saw bo many for tho candidates Ben Hull while trying to roll a log on croajoJ ballots in all their lives the skid way at his mill met with a bad The commissioner will sell the Clover accident by getting his leg caught be- Â¬ port Brick Plant and several tracta of tween two logs No bones were broken land oil the Heeler farm and two houses but he will be laid up for sometlmo we and lots In this town at the Court House fear door next Monday Aim the Fenwick Something To Kmw land pear Chenault It may be worth something to know XrThe ineetli g of the teachers assocla that the very best medicine for restoring Hon in this district a t Saturday was tlio tired out nervous system to a heal Â¬ made quite Interesting by saveral lively thy vigor is Electrlo Bitters Tjils medi discussions among them One was cine Is purely vegetable acts by giving How to employ an idle pupil This tone to the nervo centres In the stomach seemed to bo an old tubjret to them gently etimiilatea the Liver and Kidneys but they go on to it pretty lively for a and aids these organs iu throwing off im Â¬ llttlo whllo Proa Logan Hnrnian purities lu the blood Electric Bitters Coke and others took part In the dts improve the appetite aids digestion and Ion After tho meeting a county is pronounced by those who hav trfai Mgaasitioa was formed and the first it as the very best blood purifier and awetiag yrtyl he hM Hie Meade nerve tonic Try It Sold for 50c or otuMy I VhIIo it oi the f 1 00 per bottla at Short A Haynw Drug ore twib Saturday In lfiw month 1 If wheat keeps up to one dollar a bushel next year some of tho farmers around here will be in it pretty largely Arch Goodman has put in 150 acres BUI Withers about 200 tho DeJarnett boys about 200 All over the county the average is uncommonly largo The Democrats who have coino into town since the election attribute our de feat to tho Fusion ticket There was al so a lack of organization bnt in tho fu- Â¬ ture they declare that the fight mnst bo mado under the rooster on a straight ticket ALlcensed to marry O C Shrewsberry to Cora Cashman Wm Preston to Lucy A Johnson Wm It Sanders to Ida Gad- dis Louis Hubbard to Mary J Kennedy Wm Yourg to Adallno IllntOn Stark D Haynes to Cordelia Lawson J S Bland to Winnie Stinnett Wesley Davis to Louisa Whltworth Ezra Hufflnes to Harriet A Morgan For liver ware Spectacles Jewelery watches clock strings for all kind of muBicAl Instruments and havo all of your repairs done first class bring your work Sly shop la i quipped with all necesary tools and machinery to give perfect iat isfaction Your Jew ler T C Lewis DEATH OF P J PERRY Master Mechanic of Tho Louisville Henderson St Louis Railway Prevent Pneumonia rrovonMon 18 always better than euro oven when euro is possible But bo many times pneumonia Is not cured that provontlon becomes tho anmmtpnmmig r CLOTHING ye begin to day our Closing7Out Sale of MENS S t A FUNERAL CERBflONIES Mr Francis J Ferry died last Thure day morning Just at tho dawn of day His death removes from this community a valuablo citizen a devoted husband and a loving indulgent father His placo will be bard to fill Honest conscientious upright and honorable in all his dealings with his fellow man eyer ready and willing to lend a helping hand when called upon Mr Ferry was up to tho tlmo of his death Master Mechanic for tho LouU yllle Henderson St Louis Railway Company witli hcadquartcis in this city This position ho lias held since the con- Â¬ struction of tho road and hiW rendered valuable service to the company He knew his buslne es and gavo it his un- Â¬ divided attention Mr Ferry vuis bom at Vllllanovis Ohatauqua county New York Sept B 1845 and was in his 53rd year He leavB a wife and six children two of whom aro married His funeral was one of the largest ovor hold in this city being conducted by the Rev T J Joiner at the Methodist church of which he was a member After tho services at tho church his re Â¬ mains were taken in charge by the Masons and borne to the Cloverport cemetery and there laid to rest under tho beautiful ceremony of that order conducted by bis friend and fellow work- Â¬ man Mr J G Harris Master of tho lodge in tho presenco of a large con coureo of people The floral designs were elaborato and appropriate An engine and tender pre Â¬ sented by the officials of tho road The employes at tho shops gavo n broken wheel and tho engineers contributed a beautiful design as did many others His grave was simply a bank of lovely flowers In appropriate designs- Following are the resolutions of bis Â¬ Â¬ natural act of that instinct of self preservation which is tho first law of nature Pneumonia can bo pro vented and is of ton cured by thouso of Averts Cherry Pectoral Some years ago I had a eovere cold and I could was threatened with pneumonia neither oat nor sleep and was in a wretched I procured a bottle of Ayers condition Cherry Pectoral and took it according to the directions and at tho endol fifteen dayswaa as woll and sound as before the attack I havo recommended it In many cases of pneu Â¬ monia since and have never known It to fall in offecting a cure JOHN HENRY St Joseph La Prepare Yourself for the the inclemencies of tho season by purchasing for yourself something that will keep you I was attacked with a cold that settled on my lungs and defied the skill of my phy Â¬ sicians so that they considered me incurable At last I began to use Ayer Cherry Pectoral and was entirely cured after having taken two bottles FRANCISCO A SEVERIANO Taunton Mass SUITS Aijtrs Cherry Pectoral is put up in half sizo bottles at half prico 50 cents Dry ALL - and Warm and thereby save medicino and doctors bills Notico those items 1250 to 1650 Suits go at 1000 Suits go at 1000 BRANDENBURG Mr J It Dowden was in Lewisport last week Brandenburg Normal will have a Thanksgiving entertainment Miss Llda Haynes is at home after an extended visit to friends in Ekron Miss Florlne Anderson spent Saturday and Sunday at her home near Guston Mr George Frymire spont last week in Breckenrldga county with his mother Miss A goes Worland has returned home much to the delight of her friends Mrs Morgan Fontaine was the guest of Mrs Geoigs Frymire last week en route to Louisville for a visit Mr Henry Harrington showed me a handsome picture of Ohas Weaver next Mayor of Louisville which city is to be congratulated E S Foote of Oweneboro spent Sun Sunday with us at Dr Footes enroute to Louisville Ed is a flno business man and a whole soul flno fellow Happy thrice happy is Samuel Shack- Â¬ elford who has bo recently added laurels ir to his brow lie will hasten to Duluth to share them with a Bluegrass belle He won on a silver ticket to secure a golden bride Mr and Mrs Jesse Malin of Vine Grove Mr P K Malin Chicago Rob Malin Owensboro Mr and Mrs Tom BoblnBon and other relatives of Vine Grove attended the funeral of Mr Mason McMonigle Mackintoshes from SOOSuitsgoat 500 Suits go at - 750 500 350 5i 250 to s 6 lodge Francis J Ferry wa3 born at Vllllan- Â¬ ovis Chatauqua county Now York on Friday September 5 18 15 and died at Kentucky on Thursday Cloverport November 4th 1897 Thus began and ended the life of a good citizen an hon- Â¬ orable man a faithful husband a kind and affectionate father And WiiEnBAB Tho Supreme Architect has in his wisdom removed from this scene of his labors our brother who be- Â¬ came a Master Mason on the 30th day of May 1802 and who ever since he was so obligated has been a diligent workman with plumb square level and trowel Therefore be it KtsoLVKD That CJoverpoit Lodge No 133 I A M recognize that in ths death of brother Other stores get from 1 to 3 more for no better quality t r5 NiKSE Miriy VEST S AAvAAVAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMAAAAAAAvvvvAv u cc 3 Â¬ Ferry a silver chord has been loosened and a golden bowl broken that there is a vacant seat In the lodgcrotm around which will linger the most revere t memory and the tenderest recollections and that affection will always pay tribute to hit name The annals of our brotherhood will bear to those who come alter us the history cf a true brother a true Mason and a true man Unsolved That this Lodge tenders to ihe widow and family Its sincercst sympathy and the assurance of each member thu there is a full reali Â¬ zation of the great sorrow that overhadows them That Ihe members of this I odge Resolved wear the usuil badge ol miurningl ra period of thirty days That copies of these resolutions be publhhed In the Masonic Heme Journal The Clover Democrat and The Urecltenridge News David It Murray C WMoorman MJungling James Hsnis W M M Junking Secy v Rubber Shoes and Arties for Men Women and Children ranging in price from ClosingOut Sale Millinery Having fully made up my mind to closooutr my entire stook of Millincry goods I vs ill from this dato November 8th until January 1st mako i Â¬ Rolhof Honor Cloverport High School The Becond month closed October 22 with this roll of honor based upon punctuality deportment attendance and dally recitation Walter 0elz9 Life Buhen Irene Jar boe Ruth Haynes Wilburn Hammon IraBehen David May Warfleld Col linr Ed Wroe Mabel Beavin Edna Jarboe Wearda Graham Llssie Newton Paul John Newton Louise Babbug Lewis Mgio Burn Rolls Fallon Katie Moorman Everitt Zrkle Sue Robert Gralum Watkins J D Babbagp Morvin Tucker Willie Hewn Mo Auliffd Brown Riy llojsir Carrio ilolniB Margaret Moorman Marie Mc Gavock Julia Wroe Esther Popham Myrtle Cunningham Beward Beavin Sterett Jarboe Griffith Watkine Robert Wilson Otta Fallon Orvie Perkins Francis Beayin Maude Carlyle Alma Perkins Several others received the average neccessary to have their names appear upon this honor roll but were absent one or more days Wo ask the parents to see that their children attend regular Â¬ Jr0a ly C F Cabiiman Piiucipal 9dd39c3993339d3S Punyi Children blood-makin- g- l Who would prescribe only tonics and bitters for a weak puny child i Its muscles ana a nerves are so thoroughly ex- hausted that they cannot he whipped Into activity The child needs food j a nerve strengthening and muscle building food r Scotts Emulsion ad ya of Cod Liver Oil Is all of this and you still have a tonic in the hypophocphites of lime and soda to act with the food For thin and delicate children there is no remedy superior to it in the world It means growth strength plumpness comfort to them Be sure tct SCOTTS Eswlsfcx joe and 1 1 90 alt 4rUU IIIHDIMMIIIIIMtm Our old town board was completely snowed Under last Tuesday and the following citizsns will hereafter wear the ermine viz E F Alexander T Sim- Â¬ mons Jas Bland J C Ashcraft and D S Richardson Mr D R Murrays friends are much disappointed over his defeat but he has the consolation of knowing old Meade stood to him like a Spartan Had Mr Murray been the nominee from tho first the tide might have gone differently However ho always accepts defeat grace- Â¬ fully I epent Saturday and Sunday with my relatives Dr P W Foote and wife near They havo a pretty cosy Bewleyvllle home where love and happiness are en shrined Dr Foote is one of the most progressive farmers in that section of the conntry and is conducting a first class creamery most successfully His stock and in fact every thing he handles is first class The fame ot his good wife lias none abroad for as a dlt edue home keeper and is well deserved We drove over to Mrs Piggolts to meet the Bay View Circle which charming e group of ladles had Resembled at her pretty homo to read and discuss German literature The topic this year is on that Interesting country TJio Circle is in perfect har Â¬ mony and barring the literary information the social features aro much to be commended Tea and a delicious light lunch were served We truly had a flow of soul and a delightful taste from the cup that cheers but not inebriates Long live The Bay View Circle The following ladles were present viz Mrs Hawes Mrs Ken Wathen Miss Tyler Mrs John Wimp Mrs Dr Fcote Mrs Caine Golden Rid Miss Jolly Miss Oaine Miss Lilly McGlothlan Miss Eva Herndon Mies Johnson Mrs Lucy Heron One ot the very saddest most heart- Â¬ rending deaths that has come to my knowledge for many years in my circle of friends was that of Mason McMonigle a bandsomo intelligent pious young business man who died at Owensboro last Thursday and whoso remains were brought to his old home for InlermoLt on Friday Mason was an exception when it cam i to lovely traits of character as husband and father He ws the em bodiment of all that goes to make a model one He was reared here from early boyhood and received his educa- Â¬ tion here till ho was sent off to college Ho served under Harrisons adminis Â¬ tration in a government position then engaged in business hero till 05 when be embarked in the same business staple and fancy groceries in Owensboro He was only ill a short time of typhoid fever AH that medical skill and kind friends could do could not stay the cruel scythe that cut down a manly Christian man He was a son of Mr Neal McMon Â¬ igle of this place and a devoted sou The funeral was preached at the Meth Â¬ odist church bv a Baptist Minister from Mason was a devoUd Bap Â¬ Owensboro tist and a Sunday school worker Ilia claei of little boys here strewed flowers on his casket and with a laraa domooim ot friends followed him to Uk last wip Â¬ ing plac Oae sister Mrs J D Blch Wilson survives him and a tep nloitr wtio nau uiw ana who joyetf him To al we txtond sympathy etipMUdly ylfe and IIU- I- Wm to the Â¬ wide-a-wakÂ¬ 1 Â¬ 2flc to 125 I and right here let us ro mind you that theso goods aro of reliable makes and fresh from tho factory Prices that Will Induce You to Buy whothor you need anything in this line or not I havo a full lino of Hats Feathers Ribbons and Velvets Now while you need thorri ia the time to Take Advantage of the Great Bargains that will bo offered you Nothing old or carried over Blankets and Comforts are now going very rapidly and why not Our prices mako them movo for wo Mrs H V Duncan vwwwwvw Wontbe Undersold wwvwwvwwvswwwwVv Capes for r Whats Better WITH HOT BISCUITS i FARMERS SSMT the Ladies aro tho best solccted in town and at sucli low prices that our city competitors aro not in it with us Como and seo them Bring your Samples of Nothing Better Tobacco THAN 0 Strictly One Price tO- Pure Open Kettle Molasses i IN Paces aetoim k The Fair CLOVERPORT KY ALL OOODS HARKED PLAIN FIQURES WeHtypEm markt ad We art ia th want to buy i 50c Per Gallon JBPaceJr - GregoryMbson I TriMccqoist CLOVERPOItf KY Ind of Grobfck Tex Ih Iim a ll of indlgw M and slufwi he mkm LLlRle Early lllaen at i light Hie mutt mora BtUo other Jo tbf k 8trt A HayBto Wk vvf youT sVHsssH tssssB ssH LSSSSSSf 5N r4 O r B T rui E UliWW TUiCi thtU aahr Am Uut will eelor yoar garatftUa vHMpt ilHfef Utn full ol coppwM bin VstM mU t Put iMMBiUr that iwih FmUImn Jff Uim vlttol oof9m a4 mofdaatr rot ywu oodp M iloaW h liability ol mUId TW Palaua Fsullt tfeM by W E row Irvlagioa j Kanhr Qull will kxm fa poa to uarkaf maaax kJ 5Z2S2S KKrK3 10 1897 Breckenmdge News WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER PLAIN TALK Ex Mjriistcr Says Wc Must In- - tervene To Cuba Save V P fc R0MISED REF0RA1S A SHAA1 -- jWritcs a Remarkable Review of The Situation t EAL OF SECRECY REMOVED f Tclrgrim to the Chicago Tiny lie aid The Now York Herald will preset to- - iVotk fecY rv Srl At yWfc 7i I - orrow mornlog a remarkable letter United forme om Ilannis Taylor ales Minister to Spain In which after dllng of his strcnous effort to prevent rupture of diplomatic relations he reon the two countries during tbo datk ays of tbe Competitor ens he asserts bat the ruling clasaea of Spain are deÂ¬ termined to refuse any concessions wblch would be accepted by the Cubans Mr Taylor the seal of sfcr cy having been removed tells how he and Senator Castelar tried to persuado the lato Pre Â¬ mier Canoas to offer genuine reforms to the Cubans as that otherwise intei vention by the United States must fal low inevitably This was Mr Taylors attitule iw a diplomatic representative anxious to pre Â¬ vent war For a time ho believed ho Biyr tbatilie iron Tremior had leldtd But when the proposed reforms were I saw that the made public ho Bays great man had trifled with us as if we were children Mr Taylor denounces the hollowness and emptiness of the whole shadowy pretense embodied in the rojal decree of and after discusslrg Febiuary 1807 what lie believes to be the attitude of Spains ruling classes says he sees no solution of the Cuban problem which will end the inhuman strife except ir terventlonby this country he points out has Gen Blanco brought with him no otlerof autonomy else he would have proclaimed it at once instead of trying to conceal the fact that lie is powerless to gtve any such re surance There are many dramatic passages in Mr Taylors letter and it makes plain much that was dark The former ministers frank narrative of diplomatic events and his outspoken attitude wll lend new interest to other announcements One is that prominent Cubans former advocates of autonomy had an extraordiLary interyiew witb Senor Canalejap who has come here ffom Spain to it am the truth about Cu ban matters in which they told him plainly that autonomy would not be con rdexed by the insurgents and that it is vears too late for any proposition except independence Tae Chambers of Commerce today passed resolutions uriu tlo United States Government to strengthen its coast defense forces in order that the new batteries tntht not be hauilctppad by lack of artillerymen Here is Ilannis Taylors letter I am grateful to my good friend Sen- Â¬ ator Salvani for removing the seal of secrecy from my lips f s to a trauactlon of which I amvery proud I am also grate fui to the Herald for asking my eidd of a Rtory which I shall attempt to tell in some detail as its unfolding caunot fail to throw a powerful side light upon the Ouhan question as well as upou my per Bonal conduct while striving with all my might to act as a true and fearless friend to both contending parties For three years Senator Castelar was my near neighbor and friend and Sena Â¬ tor Sal y an I is his close and political fol- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ GETTING READY a trying ordeal to face If she Every expectant mother has docs not lower who ncla for hint henever ho needs nn intermediary Jrytbat way I becamo acquainted with the latter and his relation to the transaction In ques llon Wis simjily that of a Mondly agont between his chief and myself The darkest days of the Cimpetjtor case when I featod ttiaj a rupture be tween tho couutrles was Immlnen and wheiitllefietce passions of thMlsdrld that I populaco were si near fever apprehended an attack upothe Lgt tion every day I was icpvlnod that lessen the something must be done strain or war wculd be ltvitabe Weyler wasgolngi ttnclucktd with lilt bffrliarltlip tho Vrid press was di maudiug the Imiiilate x cution of I he Competitor prisoners and the Minister of State was beiK denounced as acraven became he listened totlin good advice 1 gave him cthal euI j ct Atthatme no step had been taken to t ffer ruorniB to Jul a Seuor Cand vat waspenly dtclarinx that the last dollaiymil the last man wpb the only lespyiisd lie woum ever iuhku w iuo e wlihad chalenged the sivtrrignty of ain iu arms I had tried in every way lo impress hlui with the suicidal character of tint policy and I had pleaded In ovety possi ble way to thoso near to hlrn in the hope of convincing them that tho inevitable result of ills plan of co rclon without concession would be intervention upon the part of the United States I told ever bqdy that wn did not wish to an Â¬ nex Cuba that personally I was very much opposed to it but at the same time I said we must have peace not only for the sake of commerce but because the inhuman strife so near our shores thrilled our people with a sympathy that entered a disturbing element in our internal politics I failed however to make any im- Â¬ pression and tlioso who were nearest Senor Cauoves told me that his word was lrv and that he would not listen to any pr j etto reform until the rebellion was completely crushed or nearly so At the moment when to this dieary out- Â¬ look wen- - added the perils arising out of tho Competitor cas Castelar who is one of the trutst of patriots and noblt s of men invited me to ill no With him as he very often did I thought I saw a great opportunity tadog od and I then fore resolved to Casengrige in a dai gerous enterprise telar and Carovas were born in tliesamt ne g ibuihood and the affection that be Â¬ gan in their school tajs continual with- Â¬ out a cloud until the Lamartine of Spain stood in teais near the body of his murEvery dered friend at San Agueda week they dined together and I knew that upon every passing political question they conferred freely with each oth- Â¬ er I therefore resolved to drop my representative character and go to Cas- Â¬ telar as a private gentleman and to ap- Â¬ peal to him as a friend to help me to bring the iron premier to a sense of rea In that capacity aud son and justice with that result after dinner I quietly asked Castelar to excuse himself from his guests includir g a lady and gentle- Â¬ man from Now York and to retire with me to a private room Strang ly enough we sat down upon a little sofa over which bung a lift size portrait of Gen Washington a gift to Cattelar years before from Gen Sickles Pointing to the picture I said You loye and honor him Yep he replied with all my heart He I replied is hero in spirit tonight to direct my conference with you If you will not listen to me you must listen to him Yoa know I said the great lesson embodied in his life If colonlia arq not well governed they are euro to be free I then went on and unfolded my whole thought I told him that the time had como when the policy of the Spanish Government must lie changed that gen- Â¬ uine reforms must be given at once to Cuba that unless something was done my government friendly as it was could not control much longer the rising pas slona of the people of the United States la conclusion I said My lait hope is in you you aloue can speak to Canovas with authority for you represent the people of Spain Go to him at once I Bald and urge upon him the imminent necessity of a grant of ganuine reform 9 Cuba save the island to Spain do something of which I can speak some day as your crowning act aa a lover of libisrty Not a moment did ho hesitate or fal Â¬ ter Swelling with emotion he took my hand aud tnid You are a trun friend I will go to Canovac and in thn e or four days I will necceseary the Intervention of the United States I am now the advocate of such inter- Â¬ vention because I ain satisfied that it is the only remaining means by which peaci in Cuba can possibly be secured The grid of the Battle From the Couner Journa1 yi Â¬ AT SKAGQUAY WAITING FOR TRANSPORTATION Hundreds of fortuno huntera nro stalled at Skagguay awaiting means to trans- Â¬ port their outfits ovor tho pass to the Yukon After the goods nro landed from the steamer wagons haul a rullo or two for 5 n load Then comes a ferry to cros a swift stream for which tl for horros or raon and CO oonts a paokago for baggago and freight aro charged Then como paok mules for four or flvo mllos with the tariff accordingly then native Indians for a fow mllos moro then moro ferrlos to the landing at the foothills whero tho hard work of crossing tho mountains begins Â¬ Â¬ NOT NECESSARY TO PADDLE YOUR OWN CANOE The passage Miles canyon Is a monster water toboggan illdo on the Yukon through Is madn In throo minutes or at the rnto of nearly 13 miles an hour Iu low water thore is a rock in tho mlddlo of tho ohannel that rendors the passsgs moro dlffloult Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ f Jl L32b mGxL In il --- r 1 - -J - -- rr J -- r - TiCA jg mj jer 21 i Z- - ii r - V W vwjLj 74 fcX W s i1lK 1 BUILDING RAFTS ON LAKE LINDEMAN Prospectors who tako tho Chllkat pass route must build their own boats or rafts to cross Lako Llndoman The Courier Journal has little to add li what it haialraly said by anticipa tion touching the Democratic situation In Kenlucky brought Into iving by the oo of Tin s lay last That vote confirms the position of the convention that nom- Â¬ inated Mr Shaikelford for Clerk of the Court of A p als nnd repudiates the p Btlou of tin Convention which 110m inated Mr Illiulmrtn It fix s the rula thnofthd Dimosratic organzition In Ktjntucky to the National organ zition of the Democratic party at least through the next State and National elections It is so drcslve in charactor as to leave nothing to corj icture aud the Courier Journal has neither tho wish nor the purpose to challenge it The i suo as it was made and lies been f night out was clear and explicit No effort was wanting to maintain It No- Â¬ body could by any possibility be mistak- Â¬ en about it We may regret the yerdict pgdnst us but we accept It We Bhall make no further effort to direct the party course or counselp or to share in any of tho responsibilities ot party leadership hving done our best according to our conscience and belief to divert our political associates rom a policy and procedure tho end of which no man can now foresee the results of which we very much fear both as to the welfare of the country and the party But we are Democratr not Republicans and ualling our fl ig to tho masthead of Hon t st Money Free Trade and Horn Rule we shall in the character of a private soldier in the rauks contribute whatever we are able to the iscertainraeiit and the vindication of Truth For the g nllemeii win have by their victory coi firmed their leadership we entertain not tho lead ill will All the honors belonging to tl at leadership be tht its and let us add all the responsi- Â¬ If they continue to win bilities victories thny will approve their com missions If they lose lliin they in turn will have to pay the penalties ol defeat Where we can we shnll suppoit ihem Where w can not eu port tht m we shall enter no factious opposition t them Wegi to political aiinihiation with perftct composure without a singh resentment or ng et having fought ou to the bitter end a profound conviction in peifect fiirneis and good faith There are many si gg sions which the vote of Tuesday ummons to the minds of thougtful people notably the n suite in Maryland Greater New York and the city of Louisville incident to the elim- Â¬ ination of strife and the union of party forces and as the smcke of battle clears wise men may perhaps fl id it salutary But to take these into consideration fir the present we shall leave the mora I of the coi fliit now ended to impress itself in its own way upin the nuuoi of the people As wu said iu the beginning and have said duriig the progrtss of the battle we repeat now from none of the ronec quenc s of the fight we made for what wo believed just policies and sound idesF have we the lead disposition to shrink Had we the whole thing to go over we shculd not veer a hairs line from tho courso we have pursued and reviewing the record we recollect no word or act which we would recall What the rest can stand wu can stand With charity for all with malice toward none we ih ill continue to do bnsintse at the old stand precisely as if notliiug whatever had happened relieved to be rid of all r eponsibility in party affairs glad to go to the rear of the columns quite aHEiired of our ability at all times and under all circumstarces to hold 0111 own with friend or foe and certainly indifferent whether the cas in point bo a 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by soldiers aud police to all of whom he was well known he did not deem it prudent to come to me so no very wifely his trusted friend Senator Salvani who sought mo quite early ono morning to tell mi in great secret that tin good battle had been fought and that Canovas had at last yielded to the plea of Castelar that genuine reforms for Cuba should bt at ouce get ready for it put forth The Senator who Is a noble thcro is no telling emotional fellow did embrace me and what may happen I have no doubt I did say You and I will bring about peace In Child birth is full of uncertainties if Cuba aud thus powerfully contribute to the good of humanity and uphold the Natura Is not given proper assistance great interests of clvlHzitlon by ending tho war the prototype of crime and a snt The three jear old boy of J A J hr Center LI is sulj ct to attacks of croup Mr Johnson sas he is satisfied that the timely un of Cham b rlalns Cough Rumedy during a seveio attack mved his little boys life He is in the drug busineep a member of the firm of Johnson Bros of that placo and they handle rgrrat many patent medi- Â¬ cines for throat and lung diseases He had a I these to chnoe from and skilled uhjplrlai s ready to respond to his call hut s U ctiil this remedy for use in his own fain ly at a time when his childs becaiifo e knew it life was in ang to he Miperior to uny tlier and famous the 11 111 1 j over for ltn cures of croup Mr Johnson phh this is the hist selling i otixh iii dchio they handle and that it glvef bi1 ndlil satisfaction in all cases and Sold by A R Fisher Oloverport R A Shel mtn Stephensport Sov of Lynn 1 1 skoptical about weeds over going to sleep aud it is hard to rcalizo that au ouion bed is uightly wrapped iu balmy slumber Yet seieuco iu this matter is St too well fortified to bo doubted Louis Globo Dcuiocrat Where All Are Interested A significant evidenco of Scotch good senso is afforded by tho ejgus ou tho chairs and benches iu tho Glasgow Is just as essential to success In business as your rating with any of the mercant- Â¬ ile agencies Write us for prices and samples All work guaranteed thus Protect your property parks reminding each citizen that ho is part owner and has interests which ho must caro for Breckenridge News S1 At DR MENDENTTALLS IMPROVED the Law Office of CHILL AND EHVHR CM V G BABBAGE IN IIAKDINSUUUO You Can Get Mortgage or any writ Â¬ ten itstiument drawn Rent buy or sell a piece of land Collections made and remit a ne a prompt Copying done on the Call irrnpb the best type writer in the world A Drted jlyvvHHiK Ii RAFTING SUPPLIES ON THE UPPER YUKON would be put in forci as a means f end that I am right ou that point Of course ing the war if Gen Blanco had brorcbt with htm Bur alas I When they wero made anything like autonomy lie would have public I saw that thn great man had proclaimed it at once Ills effort on the contrary was to concpal the fact that lip trifled with us as if we were children gtve any such assur- Â¬ I have already explained In my arti- Â¬ was powerless to ance cle in the North American Review the In tbo light ot these facts I believe hollowneaa and emptiness of the whole shadowy pretense embodied by Senor that the HeraU In common with all Canovas in the royal decree of February filr mlnded men will see how utterly I 1807 It deceived no one Ceitainly unreasonable It Is to call men jingo I am tnst the roverte My derr friend not the Cubans In my former article I deliberately tho Duko of Tetuan Jate Minister of Ventured to assert that 1 am sat it fled State who escorted me to the train upon after carefut Investigation that the rul- Â¬ my departure gave me his portrait with ing classes in Spain civil cleric 1 and a toudar Inscription In memory of my military are resolved regaadlesa of party coutinous effirts during stormy times to 4 Alphabet on a Pin Head Tho Now York Journal Is authorltj for tim fctatemtiit that F J Mulleiihauer an engravi r has eigavrd tin twenty six letter of tie alpiabe nu the head agnlfyiiiK glass the of a pin Under a letters are clear and distinct and each Is perfect Hut with the naked eye the minute letters ara merely scratnlies which have uo discernible form Mo lenliauerH work was the result of an attempt to beat the work of a man who had engraved the Lords Prayer on a tiree cent piece 11 ra Â¬ J JTJAIUNTEED TO CUKE C BUSH D D S Office on 6th St DentUtry Camlteii hi Teeth v return to barbarism That was JuH what I was trying to and when regularly np- It is a liniment accomplish but when I referred to Sal Â¬ plied several months boforo baby comes vani I meant of course his chief Caste- Â¬ it nalcea the advent easy and nearly pain lar So rejoiced was the good man over lew It relieves and prevents morning the great thing he thought we had ac- Â¬ BklaMM relaxes the overstrained mus- Â¬ complished that he gwo a splendid cles lelioves the distended feeling short Â¬ breakfast to which hn refers for the ens labor makes recovery rapid and ccr of mutual congratulations and without any dangerous after effects purposo taiii ono for tho purpose of bringing Castelar and Mnthara frlswl Is good for only myself together unobserved Tls to relievo motnernoou ci After the feast was oyer Iu which I did awl pain drink to peace Castelar took me lato a Om fetter Vet boMli at all drug stores or private room and told me all that Jiai i vz occurred the essence of which was that P WU4 a Canovas had at last ylldd ami In a very TNR MUOraU KfQWTOR CO short Urn genuine reforms for Cuba U the beat help you can uso Mothers Friend at this time In all U lraoohea p aetlced mi all operntlom perforiaeit o the mo it aVllI ful manner at prloea to mtt the ttngee I 1 Women How common nre chronic dltetacs to XTomcu Women know hey aredue to deranged kldaeyiauit failure of delicate ortraut to perform their natural function ind Malaria In all Forma Taateleea Nona genuine without the above picture and tho iuakurt vi tf j icuiiui CHILLS AND FEVER Crown and MrtdK Work peclalty extraetod PoiitiTel Wlihoot Pain Prlco 60 cents at all Deatora IND J PREPARED ONLY DV Itfaat Complete BuHtal Keam lit MeutberH Im4Iunb O EVAN8VILLE M13N1ENIIAXX HAT NES mtiipxwi t to refuse to make any concessions to their rebellions colonists ss would meet with their acceptance I can notdoubt that any Minister who dares to under take such a perlloui enterprise will be at once discredited and driven from office and tt will he great weakness upon oar part to be niWd by aay false liop sad promises la that rsjsird yaftta ia tlta fatars wrU rtamtHMtw Â¬ keep the peace For that reason many trembled to sea wo go away And now that tbla personal trans Â¬ action Iibb ben brruiiht to Unlit by lin lias the jhdit to Senor Balvant Bpeak for Senor Castelar a well a hlna salt it appears that in season and oat of season pronally as well aa ofllclally te Atxl a way to I was always work wwr and to mdtr el this erHl Cubs Sold by SHORT ME MADE TABLETS A MAN AJAX erMfrwi t roHTrnuvirH sewejBts anaav atM Ir arl 4UAIWII gfriacri naun Si ana 4wir aTTLIl Mi WINTERSMITHS BUCHU Buchu correct theprtmary came heal lnsandatrenRthenlnR tbrae organs ta is yeara of lucccai euarantcca lt value lite It and you will hae a clear oaiptcxioB and better health Bevcra JtmUuckr Sri Is in ucure uivt ahiaeua imhal Jtia Hp tbatheadac Uitnrrounnud acultkneM nv ana iu of iiiia lntialor to ireUt il nnireniaiiTeKiiawD woi TRAVEL DO YOU a trlpl yon ur rom Areyouirntiir to take hy nut froM It all De aiciAftlfllt Ua nlaUiaf TMtr DLWCe maul and aSlrtl a Oi Ut opoalwtttMi Ike aeaalM ami tkamaaia nae Willi frft tor tv LC vajH epfw keeleaaa ft aaaNMav altUteV taUjiay ha mmTr lr XUT INHAIHK Mr WigB M aa4 irtbtea VrHVt M1 Jon win K Im flUa Short lel Hew Im 0wwrar Ky iriarea fa -- d 1 fftlilWS GERftlffSWANTS I sa THAT AN AMERICAN IDYLLIC CONDITIONS CALL3 tin auii afcsfc i I will sell Dolnf the Work of Three or Fonr For Klghteen Roar War For JI135 Week Making- - a Pack Hone of a Girl IN I Till Story of Cruelty TruoT Thoy havo solved tho servant girl problem In Gormony said n Now Yorker to n Sun man I need not go Into tho details of nil I saw in Gorman family economy during jny year nhroad to convinco you of this I would not oven try to explain tho wny In which tho Germans havo dono it but I can giro an illustration or two of tho results ns I bow them Wo first went to livo inn boarding houso in Brunswick It was n very fashionahlo boarding houso for Ameri cans only and tho prices would bring joy to tho heart of oven n Now York city landlady Tbcro wero eight board ers besides my wifo nnd myself Thero wero tho father and mother of tho fam Gome ily and threo grown daughters Wo lived in a villa with n garden attachyou ment nnd n very imposing cntranco adorned with metal that needed polish ing daily For tho work of this wholo big houso and household tbcro was just ono servant who received just 5 marks or 125 n week for hor services Sho not only cooked all tho meals polished all tho doorknobs mado up all tho rooms and washed nil tho clothes but sho cut tho grass in tho garden trimmed tho grapoviucs scrubbed tho fenco and KY weeded tho walks Sho roso nt 430 every morning moreover nnd blacked nil tho boots Her hours of labor wero from 430 a m to 1030 p in daily and sho had just ono day off n month When wo first went to tho boarding houso I noticed that after each dinner tho herr papa went through n queer performance Ho would mash down two potatoes on a plato cut two slices of meat and lay them on tho potato add a spoonful of each vcgctablo to tho henp nnd crown tho collection with n thick unbuffered chunk of black bread I HM thought ho must havo a high bred dog about tho place For tho first week or two that was my idea of tho purposo for which tho dish was prepared Then I learned that tho hodgepodgo was tho to servant girls allowance Sho was per- Â¬ mitted to clear tho plato but not a W mouthful moro was hers From what I observed afterward I concluded that of any effort on her part to get moro would havo had diro results Tho herr Consisting of ojie farm 20S acres lying 14 miles south of Iliudinsburg papa certainly would havo had an apo- Â¬ plectic lit Tho frau mamma probably Ky on the Lcitchficlil road and 8 miles from Glcndcanc Ky would havo torn her hair and burst on tho spot tho moment sho heard such n about one half of said farm in good state of cultivation balanco request Tho consciousness of such poswell timbered Two good wells and several springs furnish an sibilities evidently was what deterred abundance of water A good six room dwelling barns stables tho girl from asking for moro All tho timo I was in tho boarding houso sho etc It is recognized as one of the most desirable farms in the worked her 18 hours a day with threo Forks of Rough Several horses hogs and cattle fanning portions of coffco mid black bread and implements and household goods tho hodgepodgp I havo described ns her solo uourihsment Terms made known on day of sale Ono day last May wo madoa trip in- Â¬ to tho Harz mountains Wo went as a big German family carrying all of our threo meals our beer and our wraps with us that is tho servant girl car- Â¬ ried them with us Sho had strapped on her back a deep conical basket capable of holding about two bushels Tho bas Â¬ ket had been packed with ham Bausago bread beer nnd various other resources of tho delicatessen shop On top of tho of push and energy and will get there provisions wero packed tho wraps Breckenridge News Loaded with tho two bushels of misceliu short order lany tho sen nut girl brought up tho The county election was the most roar of our procession through Bruns WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 10 1807 iieated contest ever held in the county wick and was shoved into a scatlcss notwithstanding the rain and cold every fourth class car and tho rest of us got HAWESVILLE into a second class car and nway wo man was at his post working for bis maD and no stone was loft unturned to secure spun to tho foot of tho Harz mountains Now not wanting tho reputation of a vote The election of John 8 Adair a long distanco liar I shall not tell you Plaindeal r was a splendid endorsement of his ad all tho wonders performed by that serv Â¬ Horace Smith is just as bappy as if lie minstralion and showed how much the ant girl on that picnio tramp Sufllco it psople believed of the charges mado to say that sho was with tho procession Lad been elected up hill and down dale climbing rocks ajainst him in the campaign Tbe defeat of Miss Patterson shone and sliding down tho steep places Wo that the time is not yet for women to A Visit To the Busiest began tramping up tho mountains at Alan and Best e nter the political aroua 880 and nt 11 oclock my wifo and I Farm In Meade County wero so tired that wo took to ponies The people Imve said by a nico major- but tho servant girl with her wicker a thief forger jYour ity that John Adalria not Correspondent had occasion to cono of delicatessen didnt turn a hair or has misappropriated county funds came sho got only her visit tne beautiful home and enjoy tbe When dinner The devices of the dock rooster plow hospitality of Mr Jesse Clarkson who littlo plateful of sausago and black got only and hammer got so badly mixed that owiw and runs the largest and inoet fer bread When supper camo sho a bottlo of beer and black bread Yet of the voters lost their reckoning tile farm in tho Bii SnrW valine jnany when it was all over sho stood up in also vote Mr Clarkson was just finishing sowing her fourth class car whilo tho rest of us The bitter feeling engendered by tbo his wheat Cron of 200 apron hnri inor dozed on our second class scats Sho behind lost campagn will live in some quarters filled his new silo with ensilage walked homo uncomplainingly us and tho next day not a boot was un as long as they live and then be handtd irom hu acres ot corn which ho had cut up upon tho most improved corn blacked or a peg unpolished in tho down to children as a heritage cutter and elevator of the period which wholo establishment Sho did not ho como suddenly lamo or weak or get a E M Heard a young man from the was run by about a ten horse steam en- Â¬ call to go at onco to her sick sister or lower bottom crazul with whisky leap Â¬ gine Tho dimension of tho silo are 80 rccoivo notico of tho funeral of an aunt ed from the second story window of the feet long JQ feet deep or uncle In short nono of thoso things and 20 feet wide lious TuesJay night and was bad Â¬ Tho sides aro court composed of three walls that harrow tho souls ot American serv ly hurt he was taken to Ids homo tho iuner wall being made of tho finest ant girls with regularity turned up to Wednesday morning tongue and grooved pine flooring which disturb her industry Sho simply work While Marshal Thomas was standing has not the smallest knott hole in it In ed on And that is what they nil do work on the btreet after the close of the polls order that all air may be excluded put their money In tho bank nud get some one struck him from behind a while on top it is packed airtight with married Outsido of marriago I couldnt sever blow with a club rendering him fino cut straw There are four compart see that auvthiuc was likolv to move unsconcious He was taken to n drug ments In the silo Mr Clarkson told me Btore and received medical attention ho that he would begin feeding this great amount of ensieage the first of this month is pretty soro but is on duty November to the 210 head of cat- Â¬ A company has been incorporated in tle that he has on his farm These cattle Patesvillo for the development of tho look as If they w ill average about 1000 lbs Gas belt and cannel coal company P M He showed me a hog that will weigh at Itigdou is at the head of it and if a man least COO lbs and saya it Is one that was left over from last years fattening pen I laughingly remarked to him that if he would leave It over ono more season that it would make a car load by its self He has Catarrh and Bronchial Trouble cattlo 225 head of hogs following his He cultivated 223 acres of corn Had no Appotlto Now Bettor In this season His cattlo barn is 80x60 ft Every Way A Dollcato Child Bomo Umo alnco I took a sudden cold and boa capacity for wintering 200 head Ho also runs In and could not fet rid of it Bolng subject of dehorned sUcib to catarrh and bronchial trouble I roughed connection with his farm a commiesary terribly I lost my appetite and grevr or store In which he keeps hata caps poor and weal and I did not fel UUo boots and shoe clothlnjr coaloll mea work I began taking Hoods Banwpa mohseaand other necessaries that his rllla Jn a abort tlmo tbo cough disap Â¬ employes use in their every day busi peared I slept well had a good appetlto ness Mr Clarksoaa wife and children Last and I was better in every way aru in LouUville this winter where h s spring I was not feeling well I bad no ap Â¬ RwANCmftDD children are attending school I asked I resorted to petlto and no strength Cleveland O him his opinion on the money question Hoods Barsaparllla and coon felt mora llko work My little nephew was a deli- Â¬ Iis reply wiu my good man I havent Pastor Ettclltl Arc 2tIECkHrck cate child and had a humor which trou- Â¬ got time to study politics and whlttln n writes Dr Fenner I havo used your bled iiltn so he could not rest at night goods boxes Ho also runs a barrel fac Ho has taken a few bottles of Hoods Sar tory maklrg both fbur i nd a ple 1 ar- - Blood and Liver Remedy and Nerve MparllU and now he has a good appetlto reIs- Tonic and find It tho best remedy for II h Ukll Miss Aubib J and la able to sleep Ouston Ky a deranged state of the stomach FjtEKMAN South Duxbury Mass liver and bowels of any that I have Disfigurement for life by burns 6calds may be avoided by using DeWltt ever used OHARLES O MARTIN U the Obo True Blood rur - 1rtrugi lrinfi Witch Hazel Salve tbo mat nmtv u piles and for all kinds of mm ami u ijinner Prescription rhrmacit Hoods Rill 1IH aid digestion 25c troubles Short Haynctf Neat Pretty and Neat BOTH 6LAVERY STYLE AND COLOR THIS SEASONS CLOTHING la which aro recorded all tho changes which thoordi nnry coursoof human llfomay oauso her to maka Tho entries aro mado by hor successlvo mistresses and sho is uover engaged without her having shown hor book A girl who started out in a city with n book recording semimonth ly changes throughout tho wholo of hor working career would bftvo no chanco of finding employment on tho faco of tho wholo Gorman empire That may bo ono reason for tho idyllic conditions that I havo described Kvcryglrl hsiher Â¬ fee CrWrrMW A girl ftrftt book tO glV6 ttOMCe GREGORY WhirfMNfwi ClQVCHftMT CO - k SteMhttl Apiti XINTUCKY ST TRAINS tfUtisW Farlisfrtr Cmmm isW taikf Pesters ht Doom 8aeh Bliadfl Yellow ItiK Ml toiftir Chinese Money For Men Boys and Children and make a close inspection away will not scare Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Prices Â¬ Â¬ Geo Yeakel BRANDENBURG Co PUBLIC deceased SALE On November 18th 1897 McDaniels Ky highest and best bidder the real and personal property of J McDaniel Â¬ E J McDANIEL Administrator Dlrseto MORRIS BSKRIDOK V You rent year after year and have no R M JOLLY farm when you get through The land- Â¬ lord has your money and the farm at the How to Care Bilious Colic We offer you Ohio end of the year INTEREST PAID OH TIME DEPOSITS I suffered for weeks with colic and pains in my stomach caused by bilious Â¬ Itlvor Bottom landin Ballard county one ness and had to take medicine all the of tho best counties In Kentucky on the of your bnnltta Tour happiness Is yoor slrenntb while until I used Chamberlains Colic followingreasonable terms Keep the Ilend nnd Throat clear and healthy BIX TSAR lLAN emse Cholera and Diarrhea Remedy which nl yonr tnlnit nnt brnln t lwy nt retjjrnl Is th UtlHHMAXN MKNTHUI1NHAIKX 700 00 cured me I havo slnco recommended it 60 acres at 1400 per acre relief to mankind In nil head troubles frpntnt COT1IS HOKE TJIKOAT 5000 Cash A tf to a g od many people Mrs F Butler dlf TAKKII Its n aixtu odor In That Wonderful ofCntnrrh and 2500 First Year 60c per acre May Co appears by liar Ferer Falrhaven Conn Persons who aro sub60 00 Asthma hr HUY ONLY OVSHMANN Second Year 100 per aero II PmrtliU If itRmS rr Bk mmd rr II ArtBy 10000 Third Year 2 00 per aero ject to bilious colic can ward off tho at- Â¬ Hralfcl Malt SO CANNELTON IND damns wad co iuciusss up d b a Fourth Year 2 50 per acre 12500 tack by taking this remedy as soon as 150 00 Fifth Year 3 00 per acre the first symptoms appear Sold by A 200 00 Sixth year 4 00 per acre R Fisher Cloverport and It A Shell 700 00 Total cost of 60 acres man Stephensport This land produced the past season of 1890 80 bushels of corn per acre and 5 acres of Early ltose Potatoes produced 2000 bushels or 400 bushels to the acre Si 10 acres of Yellow Prior Tobacco made II isof 1200 lbs to the acre which Louisville Ky Nov 8 1897 an ayerage the market 5 for leaf and brought in 3 sSl-F-E2acre of late cabbage brought 50 lues Shipper should mark all packages plainly sold at iCairo You can raise twice as much on a good with shippers name and poit offio address bottom farm as in the hills and your BUTTER land dont wash away or wear out Trains leave Louisville as follows 14 3t 18 There has been no drouth In Ballard Choloe country O S V 0 ft 0 splen- Â¬ county this year and the crops are Medium B Easts St LouisRAILWAY Cinctnnatl and the and the West Creamery - JO J2 did They are good every year No 8 No so No 16 good farms for eale on long We have 2008 Henderson I Si Louis Pj Co 8 ejam a 35am Lr Louisvila 2 4Srm in Dayless Freeh It time at bargains cheaper thanOhio and Louisrilh Cincinnati Ar 645am it 5Srn 603pm anyone McLean counties A r Columbus 5 55pm 1105pm 1115am FEATHERS We will exchange S 5pm else will sell you Ar Pittsburg 7 15am 14 Prime white goose Ar Washington 650 am lKam for others Time Card In Effect June 20 97 20 anv farm we have Mixed Baltimore Ar t 2opm 7 50am For plat and further particulars apply Ar Philadelphia 39 1015am Old 340 pm to L Freeman Little over Bank Com- Â¬ No 4s No 41 N0 46 East Hound ArNewYork 00 is3onn 555pm No 1 dock Ar Boston 3 oopm 9 05pm merce or Iiuaa A Williams 214 Lv St Louis TMiin 855pm POULTRY Nraln No 16 has elepant Fulman Bufltt Parlor Third Street Owensboro Ky Kvamville 66am 220m Car to Cincinnati arid Drawing room Sleeper A kind ot Chinese monoy which is largoly manufactured and sold is worthy of mention although tho traveler need not trohblo himself with It except as a curiosity This is prepared for tho spo clal purposo of burning at tho graves of deceased relatives ns an offering to tho dead Tho denizens of tho other world nro supposed to require and to bo oapa bio of receiving monoy in this way but tho Chinaman is far too practical a per Â¬ son to part in such a fashion with tho currency of tho empire Instead ho buys for a fow cash n largo supply of sil vered and gilded pieces of paper or of imitation coins blocked out of cardboard Although theso havo no purchasing power on earth thoy nro supposed to count for much in tho transactions of tho spirit world By this practice ono is reminded of on old story of a miser who left liis bolongings to his son on condi- Â¬ tion that a certain sum ot mbnoy should bo buried in tho cofiln with him Tho son was howovcr a chip of tho old block and carried out his fathers wishos by placing in tho coffin a crossed chock for tho required amount assured that it had littlo chanco of being presented at his bankers Chambers Journal Â¬ sensation In tbe tbront Is Instantly relieved by Dr Hells llne Tar IIoney n wonderful remedy for coughs nnd all troubles caused by innammutlon of the mueous mem branes of the tbront nnd respiratory organ A purely vegetable com Â¬ pound It contains nothing but beat ing and Invigorating medicinal prop-Â¬ erties It I guaranteed to cure tbe moct stubborn roughs a well as asthma bronchitis soro throat La Grippe whooping cough and croup Â¬ Â¬ Tickling DR Pine-Tar-Hon- That Kansas City Montane CoSoraoi Pacific Coast Utah WasYngton ObialwB FiM 71or and Coiling Weth Botwttag Shingles Bait Llm Oeflumt Laths rifteier Elwteriag Hair Flow HasdlM Bricks Etc St Paul Mraska VIA EMIawtH Fnrtskj Ut liriMHof art Bilttfflf Material Black Kills St Louis or Chicago VESTIBULED TRAMS SLEEPERS DINING CMS CHAIR CARS V r M RUQO TRAVPASSR AQENTST HOWARD ELLIOTT BENT MCR ST LOUIS LOUIS BANK or MO BELLS l sold everywhere at JSc Wc and t W a bottle or wilt be sent upon receipt of price by ey Mt TheE Slry- mif Sold by SHORT Why Rent When wwmmmmX HAYNES Can Own You Jllodlclne Company Paducnh Kentucky K Sntherlnnd tWWAKCLCYQCNLPASSRAaTStL0UI9MO HAEDHTS3URa 7 BEARD President WILL MIILKR VIm FimUssI H BKARD Csihlw B O W BKARD 1 J H Hunsche The TAILOR Will be in Clover port on the 2d and 4th Friday every month YOUR FORTUNE with jm Z i l Casper fl tl HOW TO TRAVEL - B O S W RY TlSlE TABTjIEL Henderson Route 1 liens per lb Spring Chickens per Ducks per lb Peeie per dot Irish Â¬ New La Sweot potatoes per bu From store 2 to 6 ets higher Navy Beans per bnshel ROOTS POTATOES per barrel new 175 22 00 OH I 60 Â¬ Olmeng Senlca Bnak r - 2 25g2 40 22 16 21 5 0 Many very bad cases Skin Ointment have been permanently cured by it It is equally efficient for itching piles and a favorite remedy for soro nippies chapped hands chilblains frost bites and chronic sore eyes 25 cts per box Cndys Condition Towdcrs are just what n horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They nro not food but medicine and the best in uso to put a Price 25 horso in prime condition cents per package Dr Tetter Salt Rheum nnd Eczema The intense Itching nnd smarting incident to these diseases Is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlains Eye nnd Â¬ Henderson hpottsvill Owemboro Cloverport Stephemport Irvington Brandenburg ArrLouuville- West Bound Lv Louisville Brandenburg 11 Irvington Stephensport Tloverpoit Hawesvllle Owensboro bpotisvlile Henderson Evansvlll Arrbt Louis llannville 715 738 818 945 2 16 3 7 2ira 30 328 400 460 610 525 017 6 67 7 3J 503 522 603 021 1235pm 745 1007 1045 1112 9H 344 4 41 and dining cars Cincinnati to Washington Baltimore Phlladelphlt and New York without change Train No 18 has elrgant Pullman Parlor Car to Cincinnati and Pullman Drawing room and dining cars Cincinnati to New York without change Tram No to has sleepers to Cincinnati open at 9 oclock to receive passengers St Louis Springfield and tho West 45 No 4I No 8 fit CCJ 43 No 9 32 7f0im 450pm 823pm 915 961 011 MM 043 720 739 10 ArSt Pink Yellow Wild Ginger Lady Slipper May Appl Blood - 2K 140 S tO 2 iO i FIELD SEEDS Timothy per hnsbel Clover per bushel Crimson Clover per buihet ii 45 85 1135 1217pm 947 10 10 12 40 1 15 10 40 7 32 8 04 9 05 10 J6 1068 1148 952 2t 1223am 12 6 1 15 7 20 Louis 640pm Is 3000 7 isara 8 40pm Ar Springfield 9 33am North Vernon accomodation leaves at 7 15 a m dally Cnsrlestown accommodation leaves at 5 30 p m except Sunday Trains Nos 16 10 and 44 have elegant day coaches Pullman parlor find sleeping cars to St Louis From Bast 7 35 am 1x15 noon 640 p m 5 a m 3 30 a m From West 7 sea m is 13 p m 6 40 p m City Ticket office southeast corner Fourth and Main streets Depot Seventh and river For detail Information regarding rates time on connecting lines sleeping parlor dining cars etc address utSBKWN By O S W District Pars Ticket Agent II 4th and Main Louisville Ky M CilKSSIlROUCII or J General Passenger Aeent Cincinnati Ohio Lv Louisville No so s 35am No 8 16 jjsm No 8 aopm 44 1 4 Sa TRAINS ABRIVE is BedToppej buibel Orchard Qrais per bushel White 1 20 Blue Grass fanoy per bushel Dlue Grass extra per bushel Onton Sets Yellow per bushel YOU SHOULD A 1 trains run through Solid to Eyansvllle Through parlor cars and Pullman seepera on all trains Detwern St Louis Kvantville and Louis- Â¬ ville Numbers 41 and 42 connect at Irvington for Fordsvllle and ltardinsburg daily except Sunday H C MOKDUE A G 1 A Louisville Ky a 0 0 0 09 HIDES Greenwood Dry Salt good Dry flint good Sheep skin WOOL 11 EMPLOY IS IZH 14 60 ta None but the Connty Surveyor to do year work lie U the authorized Surveyor ol the CountT it sn experienced workman and knows his buslnets Ho U aUn Notary Public writes Deeds and takes Acknowleagemedts Charges always Reasonable L II k St L TIME TABLE No 10 h FordsvIMe Branch General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio G B WAUFKL Assistant TAKING EFFECT MAY 30 1897 Tub washed Grease fine - SB Address Barry Black - 15 Barry and Cots MISCELLANEOUS Tallow Beeswax Sorghnm Molasses 10 It Q It 23 Ji 00 8 15 IS CHINTZ ROYALTY COUNTY SURVEYOR HARDIMSBUROKY West Bound Trains Hast Bound Train Dally Daily Daily Dall ex Sun ex Sun STATIONS ex Sun ex Sun No 2 No No5 No 1 10 60am Lv Irvmijton Ar 9o0tm 8 01 1125 Girneld 40 1147 1165 12 10pm 12 25 12 35 1265 1C5 11 a Safety JK FLOUR Haroed Junction Hardinsburg Junction Kirk Olendeane Dempster 7 42 7 27 7 17 7 02 ss Comfort 77 Straight Patent Low Grades nigh grade patent 60 4 60 2TH 28 120 Â¬ Â¬ CORN No 2 Mixed at store No 2 White OATS No 2 White 3 No No 2 Mixed Oats No S The Best Denial Work in the Cit BEST SET OF 1 45 1 65 2 OS TEETH 2t No Jl 20 700 215 2 660 630 620 arKallsRouRhlv 605 Dempster 5 41 5 38 Bockvale Kuth 6 0 Mitchell Jolly LouisviUo and EvansriUs Packet Line Fast Mail Lint Between 2 30 Atkins Oaks 6 25 BID SOCsoi bettor inutle rm ArKnrdyillTv H Louisville and Evansville STKAMKRS 19 04 WHEAT No 2 Long Berry No 2 Red No 3 SI 92 Clevelands Popular Evangelist RYE No 2 Western ONIONS 60 1 Honest olmrgeH for all other work Wo gunranteo snUsfnction Teeth mntle in ono day 1eetl oxtracted without pain DENTAL PARLORS LousviHe enderf onS Lg uIs RyCo F M 2STO TIME SCHEDULE TalMiilf Effect At 630 oclck A 4 E G RAGON lljan Master W A Bishop Parser TASASGON D L Pecny Master LOUISVILLE U Sunday Uay 30 t T Conner Parser 1897 Per barrel BACON Shoulders CIcsr rib sides Clear side Lard In tierces 75JO0 o 544 FOURTH AVENUE LOUISVILLE KY teraemLer tlic NUMBER and NAME o Out Avecus Tleaun - TELL CITY E n Ballard Master W B Kewhll Purssr VFtil Bound IVains 43 Eatt Bound Tratn Bxprs Expr Dally 12 12 Ttl il 6 OK 4U36H Bxprs Bxprs Daily Dally Mall Si STATIONS Mail 42 41 P D STAGGS Poor and Weak x3se Fall Footwear ladies for from mud 410pm 7 30am 7 48 S03 531 818 6 40 6 48 8 21 IvUnn ivcmucKy at ptar Dally 663 600 609 618 626 813 AM 821 8 35 8 42 861 859 907 915 931 932 9 43 9 ft 1011 1014 10 25 9 21 r Howard Wlllowdale Itock Haven Long Branch Brandenburg Bkron Guston Irvlngton Lodlburg Pierce Sample Stephensport Addison Cloverport Shops SMUman Falcon Lewisport Waltman West Point llfOlm 1145 1135 1121 1112 11 35pm 20 1U8 661 645 641 AHi 7lt 665 M 669 707 712 720 7 24 Webster 1063 10 45 in 97 M9 727 7S9 7 43 961 966 Holt 1020 1013 10 07 1002 9 45 9 40 626 618 610 613 660 6 42 Daily except Saturday betweea LcUTlIIe and leir Amstsrdam Freight shipped by this line deUrete4 qulok er than by rail V Travelers will find the ssm pused In equipment and aeeowwedatiens The best culinary are essployed m sxmJh and he menu Is equsj to that of the best Voters Oeneral offlcej 176 and 1T8 4tt Atsbus stniise LonlsTllle D Ii 61 6 30 969 622 618 615 503 SCO 4 49 0 PENNY Supt V William T W W HITK P Â¬ An extensive and varied line in all styles A nobby Shoe for the A OwMwbe Pri - Ky 751 804 tn XJ Worth 1 40 812 818 827 833 8 42 Protect Your Childrens Feet Some good values are awaiting your arrival In heavy goods we have pur- Â¬ chased just the thing Oarry in your mind the faot that the price will be as low as any of our competitors 863 616 9 21 90J 1043 10 49 1068 1100 1114 1125 Hawesvllle Petrie Powers Pates 8 47 927 917 903 903 864 4 40 4 83 HWSim lWtinm 1161 1165 925 12 02 932 9 f9 1209 9 47pm 1317 961oir 1221 10 103m 12 40nml Owensboro Mattlngly Griffith Stanley Worthlngton Heads Spottsvllls 8 07 8 02 838 827 818 768 7 62 7 45 3 44 3 83 3 29 8 26 8 20 1 419 413 0I 363 4J8 tr HrfitWxtv It 15 L- 1781 TW I 3 07 3 01 813 m 746pm Hoods Sarsa parilla C door obtrrma JUCot Clavrrpart W E BROWN irvihvih LTmnrsllaarsilirrrfmmnnTTTtt8itBBIIcJ XnorreVn lI spa lassr aTws lh cntneciion at lr jlngton dsily except Sunday with trains to and Hardlnaurg and Fordsvllle Uranch Train a BHJ - CTMORDUEAaAJ Ixjutsvltk Ky h aw wwmW WORMS lb - o t V - - 1 i department It lea regular palace What Vests Suzsrs grocery store Vests are closlrg out their line of mens Joe B Cox of Hardinsburg was in clothing at very low prices town Thursday And still tho ladles cloaks go Dont Oatmeal and rolled oats this years you want ono Suzws Ff good at Vests Dont forget ui on guns Our prices Suzers Jacob Frankel proprietor of the Fair lower than wholesale was here last weeky New apricot peaches pean r unep Mrs A CASEY Plgott Ark Thoy burn anything tiro never goes get em whllo they are fresh from Veets out Pay for slljrer Vest If you can get a good gun worth 2250 Breckenridge News Miss MalltsiArcher of Ekron is the for 15 Wont it pay to buy from us Sulzers guest of Miss Lydin Graham WEDEN8DAY NOVEMBER 10 1697 Mark Twain says be good and you Game law out on the 15th if you havo will bo lonoomr wo say use a Cole un got ono now1 8uz9rs Jo Blackburu has announced hlmeelf stove and be happy Mr Henry Arnick a prominent Y as a candidate for the Senate W i suddenly Oorfcl results are obtalotd through the citzn of Leavenworth Ind dropped dead last week utilization of tho News columns A drop in the temperature So says Fall gootle embracing all of tli9 latest the signal service drop in and see our stlep colors and thapes at Vests lino of underwear Suzers Vests clothing sale Mr and Mrs Samuel Baker of Pates- Â¬ In Floral Hancock county some vllle were in town Friday shopping Fruits City Bakory farmers sold their tobacco at the f blow- Â¬ Closing out clothing at Vests See Vests clothing they are closing ing figutes 7 5 and 1 Use a Cole stove and be happy Vest out to quit the mens clothing buslucis Mr and Mrs Jerry Ganano came over Mr George Jolly and son Calvin and from To get the news you must read the Fordsvllle last Friday to attend sister Miss Ada wete in town Saturday News the funeral of Mr F J Ferry shopping New rack ol 07 canned goods at Mrs Ella LaNeave will arrive Thurs- Â¬ Thursday November 25 has been Vests day from Franklin Tenn to bo with as Thanksgiving day by President The boats will probably resume traffic named her parents Mr and Mrs A S English McKlnloy this week Miss Bcttle Bowmer who has been The hunting this fall promises to be with Remember we keep queenswaro Greg Â¬ her cousin Miss Lucille Setrrelt fine Get a guu now and be ready for ory Gibson in Hawesvllle for a month came home Suzjrs it Friday - The river raised some six or eight in- Â¬ The littlo boy can bo seen going out night ches last Miss Lillian Moredock of Lonisville early every Saturday morning for his has accepted a position as trimmer in A full line ol millinery to be closed winter walnuts Mrs Georgia Sargents millinery store at out in the next CO days Mm II V Miss Bessie Jarboe has returned from Stephensport Duncan Sklllman where she has been with rela Â¬ Two negroes were put on the block The question of who will bo tho next tives and friends last week at Lebanon and sold to tie master mechanic is agitating the minds Mrs II J May and daughter Mjsa highest bidder for nine months One of many Annie after two weeks stay in India brought 4 25 and the other 5 Mrs Eliza Holmes and children havo napolis are homo again I mean exactly what I say when I tell moved to Eyaiisvllle where they will Mrs M A Willing has gone to Anx you I will sell you millinery cheaper live in the future vae Mo to spend the winter with her than you ever bought before Come and There is no use talking Is the verdict rnephew Mr Sterling P Martin see and bo convinced Mrs II V Dun- Â¬ of all Hie Nebs gives you value every Mr and Mrs E A Baldwin who have can week for your dollar been stajing at Morganfleld for a month There is nothing In it to you said Metsrs J T Ditto and E 0 Bubbage or so returned home Saturday evening the drnmmer when he found we Sunday pleasantly at tho home of spent Save money save fuel secure comfoit were retailing guns at wholesale prlcos Mis Eva Carrigin by using a Coles air tight heater for but we are closing out our stock alleo MraCharles Wendelken spent sever- Â¬ wood Use Colos hot blast heater f r Bamee Sulzars al days with her parents Mr and Mrs coal Mr M B Swalu was reported to be in J T Daniel last wet k Every polit- a critical condition He is a native of Hancock Clarion says Hon Jonas Wilson will from now on ical patty under the oun will be repre Â¬ New York State but has been a rislderit serve the patronB of his oflico nith two sented in tho make up cf the next set of this town for a number of years He daily mails on Sunday of county ofllcers aso ran the Tar Springs for quite awhile Bowl and pitchers in blue and brown It was a most evident fact SaturdayJ Mr Owen Seaton was in town Satur- regular price 1 75 our price colors that those doing the business in this uay tie sola ins crop ot tobacco wuicn 148 Gregory Gibson town were merchants who use the will be 10000 pounds or more Owen The pportsmen are anxious for Mon Â¬ columns of the News was greatly pleased over the price ob Â¬ day November 15 to roll around Tho tained The American Tobacco Company WLea you go to a certain tstabllsh quail law expires on that date uiant on the look for groceries you dont were the purchasers Just call for On Monday mornings West bound Clover creek is bginlng to look like have try go any further itself again water at a rapid rate lias what you want and you will gtt it at passenger train their was a private car once more begun to flow into tho Ohio Vests attached carrying Messrs Edgar Hill MisiMary Cosby Lswis tho pretty Traffic manager of the Henderson Route W Jordan has made Mrs George clerk of JilTjraon some needed improvements on the prop- Â¬ lovely and intelligent daughter of Mr Wm P Johnson Wolf Mr Williams recently purchased above the and Mrs J W Lewis of Brandenburg county Mr erty she will epend a month with Miss Eva Car and Mr W A Bayless They were en Mitchell hotel route to Spottsville where a week oi rigan near Guston For sale cheap if taken at once fine hunting and fishing will be spent No Mr Isaac Loeser of Louisville came bred Plymoth Rock Indian Game and Monday doubt the gentleman will have a gala Leghorn chickens G W Short down Sunday to remain until White Mr II 0 Cerf time with his brother-in-laCloverportJCy is eo succeEsulIy managing the who Notice The time of year has come when there business of the Fair is nothing more palatable than hominy de- Â¬ All persons having claims against the Tho family of Mr F J Ferry new hominy and hominy flakes Jrom ceased di sire to extend thanks to their estate of Virgil Hardin deceased will Vests Try some many friends through the News for present the same properly proven to me The Cannelton Telephone wa i seven their kindness and assistance rendered on or before January 5th 1808 All persons knowing themselves in- Â¬ years old last week E iitor Early Is an during their late bereavement debted to the estate of Virgil Hardin de able writer and gives tho people of Can JXjrhe happiest young raau In Cloverport ceased will come forward and settle nelton and vicinity a brgM and newsy is Mr Urville Uregory junior part Mrs Hannah Hardin Bheet Co whaif masters ner of Gregory Admlnistratix of the estate of Virgil Rev Donald Grant who intended of this city He is now called Papa Hardin deceased holding service at the Presbyterian and its a handsome girl who arrived last cjurch next Sunday lias recalled the Thursday night NOTICE His physicians thii k announcement Mr F A Bush brother of Payrnaitor it best for him not resume his work- - just Bush of the Henderson Route has bten To the Tax Payers of Breckenridge yet County appointed agtnt of the road at Guston You are hereby notified that after the W5 do not make this announcement That community Is much pleased with to draw trade or customer I havo al Mr Bush and trut business will be first day of December 1897 I will ad aud more than I can manage I am sufficient to keep him in their midst vertise and sell property for all taxes unanxious to quit business and will do jiint morning ought fo be tho morn paid and due me as Sheriff for either ot This what I say give the greatest bargains ing for you to visit tho pity Bakery the years 1895 189Cand 1897 and tax all Mrs II V offered in millinery ever Something Umpting will greet you and legal eosts I will ba at the following to collect vz Duncan make your mouth water such as grapes placfs before this date Ouster Nov 2H 1897 Therell be worse than wonderment bananas pears oranges cocoanuts lem- Â¬ 21 Hudson spread on the face of a certain gentle ons and Figs McDaniels Nov 25 man who lives in Hancock county when 111 z nan pastor of tho Ger Â¬ Rev Wm 20 Glendeane the sad news reaches him of tha roman- Â¬ man Baptlot church Louisville will be 27 Rockvale tic wedding that tcok place at Elktoc present at the prater meeting services Hardlnsburg sheriff office open every November 2 A full account appears to night at the Baptist church He will in the Malllsonvillo Mail of the above speak in the Interest of his church All day This will be the last chauce to save I Respectfully ivy date arc invited to be present and hear him S W Pate S B O Nowthat the election is oyer no doubt MrJohn Hougland of New Albany for Fifty Cent you have neglected your business In Â¬ Just homo from his gold mines in New Guaranteed tobacco habit makes weak vestigate your supply of printing and if Mexico was in town Thursday with men strong blood pure Wocure All druggist II getting loir send an order to his pockets full of gild ore He you find It the Bbkckenbidoe Nkws whore you can evidently has a fortune down there and rest assured of it being done in first knows iS too He left ramplea ofoie class style Nothing adds to any busi Â¬ and stock for sale at the Cannelton State ness more than neat and up todate Bank Cflnnelton Telephone printing Amngthe beauflful country homes Mr P M Rlgdon of Patesvllle has ia Meade county is that of Mr R Patte organized a company for the purpose of sjnnear Guston His granddaughter TWO DAYS OFFER developing the mineral resorcrs of that Miss Eva Carriaan conducts his house Â¬ place It will be called tho Patesvllle hold duties as an entertainer SV Gm Oil and Mineral company Tho cannot- - be excelled and real P M charter meaibjra are as follows Kentucky Irscitsllty abounds in Rlgdoo president j S J Baker J A tlita liappy lioini use visit gives an 01rk J W Jarboe T W Harmon A agerness to 8on return AND TUESDAY NEXT MONDAY CorlymuoUl8enbIottJ R Burn Â¬ Ilss Florence fnwls who for the past er F K Gordon J M Fawber and M eight years has been connected with VMirlow Wm Vest Sons baa associated herself A Real feitiliie Bargain Ciix Taytor Tate and Miss Mattle Mo with the Fair It is unnecesary for us Gary both residents of Kirkf this coun Â¬ to give her an introduction to the buy Â¬ ty two lovero came to this city 8unday ing public for all know her She shows Bight They remained until Mopday no partiality treating all alike and has Llstsa Samw Mornlax the guests of Mr and Mrs won for herself through faithful applica- Â¬ Jomm Wilson They took the 045 train tion to business the reputation of an ex Â¬ Pwrcalo Bosom with Linen Kewtar fcr - Hawesvllle and crossed port saleslady Cuffa formerly Bold avr to CmmmUob where the nuptial Cal Bosham is a possum hunter from kiwrt wm tUJ Mr Ben Miller accom for 1 Bold on these C 1 away back lie can go out most any then and acted as best vain Jj U U two dnyB for good to be parental obJetioW night with his dogs and make a Jiws Friday night be was oat as None sold after tho tro days MUk MMsd tem to ran away Tky haul Last caught six coo as ami tsa m pvoatiaMi and well to do petyl of usual andand was not a mentioned at this price it food ifbt fef ttMiHbrhood They returaul tfcat possums Cal says b bat tho business either WMfaqt i this ltf looking exceedingly left for Kirk fouiteea possums in bis fatWelag p mdy for thp Market gftltlnp the whtt tlM Ut r M la the future aays in about two weeks Utsy will will ship tbstn to YaM Bwiala W in fius ortlsr wum Oftadf OsfeMtle w eeaatipatlav lfcmi wwmjr Loulsvllls HUUU nu urutfH1 and other bowel com- Â¬ plaints to which chil- Â¬ dren arc liable there is no medicine equal to City Bakery New OrleaDB molasses at Vests The Ohio will f gain be navigable Have you been in Vests dry goods Lunches Fresh pork to daySussrs Sweet elder at City Bakery Oysters and celery at City Bakery Madlsonvllle is to liayo a cotton mill See our line of pretty 4 cent calico BEWLEYVILUB It rains and rains Prof Pato was in Hardinsburg Tues Â¬ day Miss Lucy Clarkson Is here attending tho meeting David Hardaway makes his home at this place again Mr and Mrs Harry Stewart recently visited relatives near here MTho Sale of the property of II W Cain deceased was well attended Sat- Â¬ urday afternoon The most ignorant mnu in all the laud begrimed by filth and full of whiskey bad a perfect right to vote last Tuesday Can this be liberty Our protracted meeting has been very mucli hindered by bad weather Bro Gillian is an earnest excellent man and his sermons are old fashioned Methodist stylp which pleases Borne of us very much As yet nothing appears to have been done but such earnest endeavors will surely be rewarded MIsaManr Blanford writes that she whnts all the nows Irom home any old thing about Btwley vllle Miss Grinnell of Brandenburg was the gupst of MrB P W Footo Saturday and Sunday She was a welcome visitor at the B V R O Saturday afternoon bright and appreciative and contributed much to the enjoyment of the meeting Sho has promised to come again whlcti we hope she will not fail to do Wo congratulate the newSenator that is most ot us uo lor it is a act thats appreciated that he received a majority at tils old horse Ernest ilaruaway and wife are spending Bometlmeat the home of his pn runs Mr and Mrs TT Hardaway Miss Eva Ilernilon attended the Bay View meeting Saturday aud remained to be the guest of Miss Florence Cain a day or two The Epworth League here expects to hold Thanksgiving exercises on the morning of that day The B V R C will meet Saturdav p m 130 oclock Nov 20 with Mrs Ken Wathen I have it from good authority that there are 11 branch treasurers of the Womans Foreign Missionary society of the MethodiBt Episcopal church hand ling over 300000 and not one of them is required to give bond MissMollle Aldrlch visited her par- Â¬ ents last week returning Saturday morn Â¬ Â¬ wrrKY7 Tried Friends Best When Forthirty years Tints Pills have proven ablcssingtothc invalid Are truly the sick mans friend ci li imu r name f - When it Turns Cold A Known Fact For bilious headache dyspepsia sourstomach malariaconstipa tion and all kindred diseases AN ABSOLUTE CURE it Turns Cold What will - SPILLS TUTTS Liver PILLS STEPHENSPORT f I Local Brevities in iii i Born to the wllo of O O Lewis Noy 4 a flno girl Mrs M Blalno is in Loulsvlllo pur- Â¬ chasing millinery goods Mrs Electa Bennett of Chenault is -- visiting friends and relatives here Mr and Mrs Ferry and Floyd Miller of Henderson are here visiting relatives Mr and Mrs R A Brashear Gas City Ind were the guests of Mis Napper last week Miss Blanche Moselcy has returned from a visit to Miss Mary Allen Chenault The meeting at the Methodist church closed Friday night Bro CundIT lett Saturday for Rono Ind to brgin at that place What Will Poor Cock You Do Come Direct to Our goods Store Â¬ and we will show you a splendid assortment of heavy winter Robin Do He will go South Feb lfith 1807 J 0 Mendenhall Evansvlllo Ind Dear Sir We do not hesitate to ro commed your Improved Chill and Fever Cure as wo havo sold a great deal of it during the last year all on a guarantee and have not had a single bottle returned falling to give satisfaction Yours very truly Geo II Crosser Co Bloomfleld Mo Ladies Capes Men and Boys Overcoats Warm Hosiery Warm Footwear Clothing of All Kinds Dont forget to como and get our price on Ladies Oapes Price within tho reach of the smallest purse Sulzers WANTS ticular tent FREE IIMWOOLLEY MTJ mOfflcelMNiTjoraH Mark Hanna says this is an off year Yes decidedly for his party 1 Â¬ Found Dead in the Woods Aaron Mobley of Rosetta an old man of that locality mysteriously wandered away from his home on Thursday last His disappearance aroused the neigh- Â¬ bors so that a diligent search soon began ing Golden Rod Ills body in a lifeless condition was found the next morning CO yards from TTIOn JIKNT Three nl e btdroonu on tecond floor A A LaIIiist The cause of this action The worst cold I ever had in my life where he lived Cough is unknown The supposition is that was cured by Chamberlains For Sale writes W II Norton of Sut- Â¬ he died from old age and exposure Tho Remedy Ten head mulo3 years od In the iprlng all colors and ifnod size Will i ell chfp Come This cold left me with coroners jury decided that death was Koodsee ter Creek Cal und them If you want a bsrg4ln a cough and I was expectorating all the caused from natural causes and all In CAL HAS1IAM Knsetta Ky time The Remedy cured me and I dlcatlons prove that he died easily QALKSMAN WANTKD A reliable man to want all of my friends when troubled O sell our Tiger Brands Lubg Oils and Greasrs You cant cure consumption but you Melt Oils and Roofing Paints Libera Iterms and with a cough or cold to use it for it will commission References require Address The Howard Oil anu Gkeask Co SoUby A R Fsber can avoid it and cure every otlu r form do them good Cleveland Ohio of throat and luDg trouble by the use of Cloverport and R A Shellman StephThoroughbred Light lira h mat SALE One Minute Cough Cure Short A ensport Felch and Autocrat Strains Ihrte dnen Haynrs young he is and pulets and three cocks Also Â¬ OPIUM Bud Wbbker nubia cured at home with- Â¬ out Mln Book ot par Â¬ There is no need of little children be Â¬ ing tortured by scald heads eczema and eruption DeWitfe Witch Hazel Salye gives Instant relief and cures permanent ly Short and Haynes Henry L Martin did not vote under Kali for him the log cabin Small pill safe pilirDeWItts Little Early Risers cure biliousness constipa- Â¬ Hay tion and sick headache Short CASTORIA For Infants and Children Let tho plowshares be bright when away then they will be bright when lought out next spring Disease often lurk In the blood before they openly manifest themselves There- Â¬ fore keep the blood pure with Hoods twe ve 11 V Hock Cockrels Terms reasonable for quick buyer Miss M II Ghkenwoou You cant atfbrd to risk your life by allowing a cold to develope into pneumo- Â¬ nia or consumption Instant relief and a certain cure are aQorded by One Min- Â¬ ute Cough Cure Short and Haynes IrvlDgton Ky sfeST PmciNcrs Tit litHalle s pilars - OASTOniA will be ol iriry TIfH Sarsaparilla Tell City Ind electric lights lighted by IWriobscro spit and Mnokt loir life Awa To quit tobucco easily and forerer bo mag nctlc lull of 110 nervo and vigor UUeNo-To-Ui- c tho wonder worker that makes weak men strong All druggists Mo or II Cure guaran Address teed Hooklct and sample free Sterling Kemedy Co Chicago or New York OFFICIAL VOTE OF BRECKENRIDGE COUNTY He ublcan Ticket Democratic Ticket November Election 1897 t 2rf H A i ss o 2r a Fusion Ticket K 3 i Hardinsburg No I Hardinsburg No a lUrdinsburg No Cloverport No s Cloverport No 2 Cloverport No 3 Balltown Glendeane Custer Hudsonvllle Ilig spring Bewleyvllie OS 104 loo 101 Sl6 305 3oQ M 14 J 1 t OS a o i so MS 84 01 97 317 M4 1 00 108 80 Â¬ tot If 04 89 OJ 88 3 99 07 79 33 108 i 915 1M 81 03 104 108 IOI so8 14 01 U 08 aoi 146 09 91 98 97 sc6 315 145 8 01 108 1471 85 I0O a o 9a 122 116 H I4j 87 tc m 157 73 107 J 162 ICO 161 TI1 1P9 IB 145 17 9 21 U HI 7 M 140 iuj 7 34 9 80 351 Sj ts 6 4 151 37 w lot 136 i7 7 I73 38 91 5 177 97 41 64 9j Va 38 00 itA 78 135 3S un 77 13b 174 00 9 i7 Si M Of 63 75 130 ic8 7u 33 n2 74 114 37 74 i6 1 3s 8a 34 39 98 rYi Â¬ IrvinKton Webster 5ti phensport Union Star Mooleyvllla McDmlels Glendea e Rock Vale 95l 33 9 3 168 91 37 17a 38 93 5 7 S3 15 139 111 111 52 t9 52 73 74l 75 119 12r 122 OS r 6 118 13o 70 31 122 IBI 5 2 5 74 79 140 62 T3 1122 0- 1 ll 121 121 121 C8 140 - 2 2 I7t 38 S I70 38 7i 13f ltU 78 140 10W 01 77i 46 38 8v 37 2U fi3 74 87 81 90 9 107 QJ 86 54 8i 5 81 166 3 C9 5 16 93 8 51 23 I wi Mi1 iu 73 88 116 2 5 21 32 2 44 3 3 4 35 51 8 170 93 4 ffl 95 4 So 00 9 IM 118 93 3 103 l 1 167 81 4- 9 on 66 91 40 78 3 18 4J 04 80 39 6t 6j 87 3 a v 63 75 37 9t 40 65 77 4 2 6 93 70 38 57 K2 lt 18 IT 12 r2 7 89 92 132 72 ro 90 91 132 74 104 5 53 G6 m f2 72 87 an I 4 73 109 141 7 1872 175 78 99 VV 78 93 13 10 116 79 1740 1C65 04 61 r8 39 3 39 38 9sf Jt 3 4 lift 0 6J 74 72 22 14 8 8 51 12 J7 U 198 9 23 4 M 118 124 12 J tiJ b 97 98 121 f5 9 4 0 S 22 81 121 3 78 80 79 3 186 Tottl 74 s77 8j j 81 229 H7J 141614261 310 10 i8 173l17f6l798il710 1783 VhlX Â¬ to T Jackets For Spot Gash Cloaks We Have Bought Largely of a Bankrupt - THE GREATEST Manufacturer We Can Save You 50 Per Cent By purchasing of us as we are 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 Eifty different styles to select from New Millinery New Dress Goods New Blankets and Comforts If you haye never visited our store it will pay you to do so Our Quick Sales and Small Profits motto EVER MADE SUIRTS SHIRTS pld p awd ytwkf t The FAIR We want your Dried Fruit We want your Produce- - Highest Market Price 94t rJtOtt- eceH rfi JtsftaArUmi tAfrfi fltii itirJYT if H r iMi 4ahm aifci iliA wnBPE9VSvTHn IS - r- - Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY NOVEMBKU 10 1897 WASHINGTON LETTER Toung- Buffalo - Kentucky Gloriously Redeemed From the Loulttllle Dispatch of Hawaiian Annexation The Judge and tho Lynchers Special Correspondence Por the Zoo One View WOMAN AND FASHION Latest Styles In Evening Qowns-Pop- nlarlty ot the Sash Snvlng the Eyes Things Done toy Women that this practiced IRVINGTON Plenty of rain and tnud MlwSalllo Henry Is vlslttng her Bister n fir Ekron Mr and Mrs Will Gardner are at homo to their friends at last Miss Nora Henderson contemplates taking In the Chrysanthemum show Miss Myra Hanks and Nannie Lyddan ol Webster spent last Thursday p m with MJesiAda Mrs Nannie Henderson was on tho sick list last week Wo hope to hear of her entlro recovery booh Mies Charlotte Herndou is od for a visit to Lellclifield friends chaperoned by Miss Jon Hardin of Brandenburg Bob Jolly always assured us that ho would win and he did do it yery hand somely All gory to old BrcckenriHgi Oar petite P M is off to see his best girl this week Wo searched in vain for an old shoo to 11 ng after him but Â¬ r alas Miss Ada Hanks was in Louisville SaturJay nnd homo in Stephensport Sunday returning to her school duties Mouday Our town Improver the sound of the hammer and saw the snish of the brush etc nro unmistakable signs of our prcgresHiveuess y H I rt Our regrets to Mrs Grlunell that we wero nrsont when she mado the little call Do come again and give mo tho long coveted pleasure Job Jolly once lived and was married in old llardlusbuig and didnt the old town treat him most handsomely her memory will always be sweet to us Sunday was unusually dull Tho rain Interfered with all religious worship exicpt tli9 Methodist Sunday school at U p m Only a small attendance there butasujuala gjod Sunday school with our excellent superintendent in attend Â¬ ance Come out and see for yourselves Mr Redman with his bride haye returned from their trip aud are nearing the completion of their property When finished it will bo a neat little homo and quite an improvement to our tquare Wo extend congratulations and heattily welcome them as neighbors and fellow citizens Next Mouday evening Bro Hesson the new pastor of the Methodist church will begin n series of meeting at this place Let everybody come out and take an interest in tho meeting praying that much good may renilt Our little town is not much worso than other little townp yet wo need a gracious outpour- Â¬ ing of tho Holy Spirit among us Miss Worland after a prolonged Btay owing to illness has returned to her homo in Brandenburg She Is a bright girl and we rejoice with her in her entire recovery owing no doubt to tho skill of our young M 1 and tho tender care bestowed by t o Misses Greenwood who are most excellent nurses as wel as entertaing hostess The B V R 0 meet Saturday p m but being neither a guest nor member am not nblo to give an account of its proceedings but- - suppose of course a most delightful tinio was spent with Mrs 1iggot whom all sy is an ideal By the way I should like to hostess reid something of tho doings ol the Columbia Our interest is still strong in our offspring R M Jolly sends greetings wlh thanks ana kind npprtciatiou to his many friends in his sonatoral race who stood so loyally by him in tho late elec- Â¬ tion A tender feeling in thu heart for eaeli and all and a hope thnt nono may ever hao causo to regret having provon that loyalty duo ono friend to another in which his wife joins with a heartful of gratitude The pride of Bob Jollys hoart was realized when ho got tho election ie turns from Irvirgon and Benleyville his home whore he was born and rais- Â¬ ed it giving him an incroaso of ICO votes over last election He was heard to ex- Â¬ claim May God eer bless and prosper my own people of Bewleyvillo district Tho people seen proud of Bob and he is justly proud of them Master Embroy Wrather has been tho proud poEsessor of tho badge given for most perfect lessons in school for the past flvo weeks This week little Nannie Leo Jolly captures it from him Slio is very proud of tho fact for wo all know Embrey is hard to beat jet she has succeeded by hard work aud now he must watch his colors or wo predict our little Nannie Leo will hold him at bay for a while any way Â¬ yolled ened An important nddltiou was mado to tho collection of nulmals ot tho Wash Â¬ ington zoo recently when thrco young buffnlocs arrived and took up their win ter quarters under tho chargo of Super Â¬ intendent Blackburn Dr Frank Baker has been looking up animals for tho oo ovor sinco congress authorized tho purchaso of animals Tiio buffaloes woro purchased from tho Allan herd in Mon Â¬ tana nnd nro all splendid specimens Two of tho shaggy beasts aro females nnd ono n bull All nro largo for their 2 years and nro in fhio condition Xhcso young buffnlocs wero accom panied on thoir nlno days trip by Wil liam Vau Duskirk an experienced breeder nnd handler of buffaloes Con- Â¬ siderable ingenuity was exercised by Mr Blackburn in transferring tho animals from tho car to a wagon yesterday Persuaded With a Stick A big express wagon was backed to tho sido of tho car nnd proceedings were coramenccd Two men with n gato for tho rear of tho wagon got on tho car and after tho visitors had been persuad ed to leavo thoir travoling quarters with a stick tho gato was dropped and tho wagon rumbled off to tho park Tho animals paid very littlo attention to tho public buildings but a great deal to n slight luncheon of hay which had been thoughtfully provided for thoir ro gnlcmcut during their rldo On tho nr rivnl at tho zoo tho wagon was backed up to tho gato of tho buffalo corral and tho visitors entered without an introduction or any unnecessary loss of timo Dr Baker paid his young friends a visit nnd wns delighted with their appear nnco nnd tho way thoy had stood tho long journoy Ono View of Hawaiian Annexation Tho other day I talked with 0 Car- Â¬ son Kcnyon a young Englishman who was connected with tho police department in Honolulu nndcr tho rcgimo of nx Cneen Liliuokalani Ho said Tho presonfc government only repre- Â¬ sents tho 19 men who overthrew tho monarchy It is upheld purely by forco My viows may bo biased but trying to look at tho situation impartially it seems to mo that nunoxation of Hawaii would bo a very bad thing for tho Unit Â¬ ed States If tho United States takes tho islands sho must preparo to defend them Each ono of tho group must bo mado a fort a cablomust bo built thcro must bo an incrcaso of naval strength It would cost 100000000 at tho low- Â¬ est calculation to possess a territory of doubtful valuo On tho other hand should tho United States dcclaro a pro- Â¬ tectorate no other nation would attempt tho scizuro of tho country Tho Japanese- do not want it nnd all stories of Japans aggrcssivo attitude ha vo been manufactured for a purpose Japan would no doubt conccdo with tho greatest rcadiucss tho protectorate of tho United States An Alleged Reign of Force It is a great mistako to think that all tho Americans in Hawaii favor annexation Somo bitter opponents of tho plan aro Americans A good many who favored it strongly at first nro now in Â¬ different Ou tho other hand by no menus nil of tho English Germans and other foreigners nro opposed to annexa- Â¬ tion It is a matter about which thcro is much diffcrenco of opinion nnd thcro is no diffcrenco resulting from conflict- Â¬ ing raco prejudices Under tho monarchy everything went along smoothly but over slnco tho inauguration of tho Dolo government thero havo been uncertainty and nnrost that havo hurt business Tho govern ment recognizing no doubt that it has not n preponderating public sentiment behind it feels that it is obliged to uso forco to porpotuato itself At tho last election only about 1800 votes wero cast which shows tho apathy of tho people How long such a regimo can last I will not attempt to predict The Judge and tho Lyncher I didnt catch his name bo his titlo Ho was down at tho post was judge ollico department tho other morning and ho wns uumisinkably a person of importance Ho was telling as I camo in of how ho stopped a lynching somo where in tho south Tho man who was to bo lynched ho said was confined in tho county jail tinder guard but tho sheriff doubted his ability to protect him Tho judgo mounted his horso and rodo out to meet tho mob Hello boys ho said as ho met tho vanguard What you going to do Going to string him npl somebody Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The victory of Kentucky has a mean Â¬ ing which might as well be understood It means that tho balanco of power is in the hands of the Democrats to stay Tho Democratic party has shown that It is In the majority and lias the rlghMo control the destinies of the state It has an overwhelming majority in the legis- Â¬ lature which gives It tho power to Irgli lato Tho public may rest assured that it will use that power to givo tho people good government and to continue the rule of honesty and intelligence in the state for the future Gov Bradley will stand out in the history of Kentucky as the only Republican governor in a half Ho will bo succoeded by a century Democrat Senator Deboo will enjoy a liko unique distinction as a political curio A Democratic successor to Lind say will bo elected and his name will bo Joe Blackburn The people have had ono tasto of Republicanism in lie statei and a full dose of it in Louisville and it will take more than a quarter of a cen- Â¬ tury for them to bo far forget it as to lake risks on divisions again Hereafter Lou isville Democracy and state Democracy will mean one and tho samo thing and the decision of the majority of the party will bo accepted as the party law The occupation of the political trador be- Â¬ tween the lines is gone Tho guerrillas and the bushwhackers have been ob sorbed by the one army or the other The traitors havn been dealt with accord- Â¬ ing to the ussg s of war and shot with straight Democratic bullets Hindmans raco ends the faction for which he stood and it can choose between Democracy and Republicanism Parkers race ends the faction for which ho stood and it must likewise choose Of course there is no law to prevent as many factions as may be formed but the beauty of it is that Democracy is stronger than all fac- Â¬ tions and the Republican party combined The election TuesJay is hut a foretaste of what is to come The Democratic party will from this time forward grow stronger and in 1808 it will carry this state by 50000 majority When 1000 comes all the money of the trusts and combines and all the hosts of treason and corruption will not arrest its for- Â¬ ward movement Kentucky Is redeemed and her Democracy will hereafter stand like Gibraltar a rock of invincible strength for the cause of the people Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tfvery 10 or IB min ntos roliovcs tho muscular tension rests tho eyes nnd makes tho blood supply much hotter Thing Done by Women Mrs Mary Shannon nn Indiana wo Â¬ Gowns designed for ovenlng wear aro man wears bloomers and bosses a rail road station being mado with trained skirts again A Bnckoyo maid Sadlo Wobb by nnd tho blouso front in many instances appears on tho bodice Thcro aro throe namo has a mail contraot which takes in five thriving towns Tho beautiful homo of Mrs Olo Bull at Cnmbrldgo is tho sccno this month of what aro called art conferences It is claimed for Mrs Annto Shantvan ci Tularo Cab that sho Is tho only woman engineer In tho United States Thero is n decided revival in tho art of fencing Classes aro botng formed for women as well as men for winter exercise Hoppner Or has a womans brass band tbb membors of which aro composed of tho daughters and mothers of prominent families in tho town It is told in a southern oxchango that a woman living In Louisiana is support ing herself comfortably on tho proceeds of a farm ou which sho grows nothing but mint Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ a FADS OF FASHION A NEW LVEN1KO GOWN a laco bertha rufflo around a low nock styles of Bleoves tho long slcovcs mado Applique vines of laco aro used for laco or other transparent fabric tho of trimming tho front skirt seams and cor- Â¬ throo quartcrs length finished at tho sage of ovenlng gowns of whito yellow elbow with n laco frill and tho short turquoise pink lavender or uile green sloovo which is usually a doublo puff of chiffon or tulle A fcaturo of tho silk Poplins aro in stylo again in plain evening gowns is tho gorgeous coloring If tho gown is whito or of somo deli plaid nnd striped effects and nro to bo cato tint then a strong touch of color used with velvet waists or tho lull appears iu tho trimmings Combining dross is of plain poplin trimmed with three shades of ono color is a popular velvet Becoming neck arrangements show n finish in instancoof which may bo cited a pink Bilk gown draped with whito net high medicl collar effect at tho back and in front a lnrgo bow of tullo or a nnd trimmed with volvot ribbons repre Dotted gauzo or tullo Is senting thrco shades of red ThrOo laco cravat shades of bluo aro also effectively usdd more becoming than tho plain on white gowns Violet is employed An overdress of pearl gray gauzo has with bluo and thero aro other uniquo tho entlro waist and slcovcs in cross combinations which rcquiro caro In tho tucks collar and belt with long ends of selection of shades to insuro harmony orango colored satin This Is used over Net leads iu materials for evening a partly worn gray silk and has whito gowns nnd is rando up over silk or satin laco ruffles in tho collar and wrists Tullo and chiffon continue fashlonablo Neat black gowns aro rollovcd by col- Â¬ and aro similarly employed Transparent lar and belt of black satin fastened with materials nro In high favor nnd the gilt buckles a row of small gilt buttons shops provido laco and net skirts already down tho sido opening and a scroll shaped and finished for use Ingenious braiding over tho waist front of black women find these pattern affairs exceed- Â¬ satin ribbon edged with gilt soutache ingly convenient for combined with Sovcrnl of tho very latest hats show old silk aud satin dresses an elegant thick Turkish twists ot polisso or silk gown is nehioved without too great ox encircling tho crowns or resting penso Sometimes tho laco is used only muslin front or on tho bodico and sleeves A successful well out on tho brims At the evening gown in yellow brocado may left sido theso wrists are knotted and bo mentioned ns an oxamplo Tho low finished with a bird with ontstrotched wings bodico is draped with jeweled chiffon Smooth finished blno black silk warp meeting tho sash iu tho center of tho goods aro very fashionable for utility front and crossing at tho back Sashes aro worn on evening gowns gowns mado up all black or with a colThoy nro ored vest and collar They aro trimmed also on other houso drossos mado of chiffon pot tullo and fancy with satin volvot braid jet and oven heavy laco as a yoko and tako all of tho ribbon being often finished with a nardecorations equally well row frill of laco nil around tho edge Narrow ru flics of net edged with ribbon HORSE TALKS nfford a favorlto trimming for gowns of transparent materials Colored volvot is still tho Old Johnstons 200 ribbons furnish another fashionnbjo champion mark to high wheeled sulky stylo of decoration Margarino and her filly foal by Han Â¬ Tho olement of smartness in all houso gowns is tho details of finish and trim- - over havo been shipped to Richard Cro kcrs stud farm in England son of old Buffalo Cracksman 214 Girl is credited with having pulled Ownor Latimer a mllo in 200 j 4 A few French breeders hnvo formed a society tho object of which will bo to promoto tho breeding ot high class sad dlo horses The doublo champion bred hackney stallion Rosencrantz has been sold by his lato English owners at a record prico to go to tho Argentina Oscar Amos owns seven Joo Patchen yearlings and tho youngsters havo all shown to harness quarters in 40 seconds or better N W Hublnger who won nearly 10000 on Rilmn In tho Transylvania mado Driver W O Footo tho very hand somo present of n 1000 noto after the race John Mead Grconflold Mass is sav Â¬ HOME DINNER GOWN mlng Yokes of embroidery tucked and ing his trotter Willie Mead 2224 by shirred silk aro displayed among tho Harablotonian Don for big stako events now gowns and tho bodico which opens noxt year It is claimed that tho trotter on ono sido still has a place A pretty can go a mile below 2 IS Star Pointer not only has beaten all homo dinner gown in pale manvo silk trimmed with pink chiffon and cream pacing records but ho has staid ou edgo lace is mado with folds draped across sinco long beforo July 4 tho dato of his below the yoko in sarplico fashion after first race and considering tho number of very fast miles ho has gone that is somo of tho Parisian models truly phenomenal Saving the Eyes In the now famous bicyclo horso raco In tho continued uso of the eyos in at Holmesburg Pa tho tlmo actually such work as sowing typesetting book mado by the horses for flvo miles was keeping reading and studying the sav 064 and by tho quad 1013 which ing point is looking up from tho work difference being expressed hi yards at short Intorvals and looking around amounted to 800 Tho cyclists lost 600 tho room It is authoritatively stated in tho transaction--Horsom- an Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ with out stool buckles aro used to head Black volvot ribbon rosettes centered To Cure Catarrh Do not depend upon snuffs inhalants or other local applications Catarrh is a constitutional disease and can be suc- Â¬ cessfully treated only by means of a con- Â¬ stitutional remedy like Hoods Sarsapa rilla which thoroughly purifies the blood and removes the scrofulous tints which cause catarrh The great number of tes timonials from those who have ben cured of catarrh by Hoods Sarsaparilla prove the unequalled power of this medi- Â¬ cine to conquor this disease If troubled with catarrh give Hoods Sarsaparilla a fair trial at once Â¬ GUSTON Charles liedman of Irvington nee Miss Lorena Smith is sponding several days with her parents near Gus ton The Republicans hereabouts are feel Â¬ ing jolly as far as the senatorial race is concerned but not so good as far as the stato is concerned Mr Bush paymaster on the L II St L has purchased the depot building at this place and his brother from the state of Michigan is shoving tho pen in this office now having succeeded Mr George Neff forrner agent The county candidates had an appoint- Â¬ ment to speak at Big Springs just prior to the election but didnt speak on ac- Â¬ count of the people not going to hear them This shows how tired of the po lltlcil harangue tho people are growing Mrs In SUFFERING Thousauds of tlio Interest On tho 22d of next January thero will bo a total cclipso of tho sou to which nstrouomors aro looking forward with groat interest Tho moons shadow will first touch tho earth about BOO miles southeast from Lake Tchad in central Africa In tho early morning it will pass over Gondokoro and after crossing tho continent and the Indian ocean will roach tho wostcru coast of India near noon about 1D0 miles south of Dombny Thence It trnvols northeast crossing tho Hlmnlnyns near Mount Everest nnd leaves tho earth about 400 miles north of Poking Most of the track is practically Inac cosslblo to astronomers but in India especially near tho coast it is other Â¬ wise nnd n good many stations will bo occupied Whcro tho shadow strikes tho coast it is nearly 60 miles wido nar Â¬ rowing to 40 in northern Bengal tho duration of tho totality ranging from 2 minutes and 10 seconds to 1 mlnuto and On tho coast njso tho 40 seconds weather conditions nro usually very fa vorablo in Janunry so that tho astrono Â¬ mers havo good reason to expect a better fnto than thnt which ovortook most of tho observers in 1800 Mr Shackloton however it will be rememborcd was fortunato thnt year nnd in Nova Zambia secured a wonder fully beautiful photograph of tho so callod flash spectrum of tho solar atmosphere nt tho critical instant when tho moon had just covered tho disk of tho sun and next January nn earnest nttempt will bo mado to outdo him Two of tho English parties and tho party sent from tho Lick observntory by tho liberality of tho lato Mr Crocker will take out apparatus moro powerful and presumably moro offectivo than that used by Mr Shacktetou Tho inter Â¬ est of tho flash spectrum lies in its decisivo indications as to tho constitu tion of tho solar ntmosphcro and tho validity of different theories now held respecting it Other parties will dovoto thomsolvcs chiefly to tho study of tho corona tho lovely and still mybtcrioushaloof lumi nous streamers which surrounds tho eclipsed sun Mr Bnrrkhaltcr of San Fraucisco with a second California party subsi dized by Mr Pearson will employ a peculiar apparatus of his own inven- Â¬ tion uselessly carried to Norway iu 1800 whicli promises to secure photo Â¬ graphs of tho wholo phenomenon much moro satisfactory thau nuy hitherto ob- Â¬ tained giving in a single picture both tho brighter and tho fainter portions of tho corona with equal perfection Other instruments will bo devoted to tho study of tho corona spectrum iu hopes thnt it may lead to tho identifitho unknown cation of corouium gas far lighter presumably than oven hydrogen and helium tho charnctcrintio constituents of tho chromosphcro aud prominences In tho mrantimo most American as- Â¬ tronomers whilo cordially wishing suo cess to tho observers of tho 1808 eclipse aro waiting moro or less patiently for their owu special opportunity in tho eclipso of Muy 27 J000 Tho moons shadow will then again traverse our routhorn states passing into tho ocean from tho coasts of Virginia and North Carolina Youths Companion Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THE COMING ECLIPSE Sptclacle or Nut Januarys toSolar Astronomers Croat Too Much Knife Tho use of tho surgeona knife is fe coming so general rcsultlngfatally in such a large number of cases as to occasion general alarm Mr William Walpolcof Walshtown South Dakota writes About three years ago there came under my left eyo a little blotch about the size of a small rxa It grew rapldlyand shooting paina ran lit every direction This I wouldKot consent to IrSing little faith WVhe indiscriminate use of the knife Read Â¬ ing of the many cures made by S S 8 I determined to give that medicine a trial and after I had taken it a few days the cancer became Irritated and began to discharge This after awhile ceased leaving a small scab which finally dropped off and only a healthy little scar remained to mark the place where the destroyer had held full sWay WmSW W Sk 4EJ I became alarmed and good doctor wha pronounced it can cer and said that it must be cut out consulted a A Real Blood Remedy disease of tho blood Books mailed free address bwift fape- cific Co Atlanta Oa Cancer Is in the blood and it la folly 3S toexnectan oneratiotl to cure It guaranteed purely vegetable Is a real remedy for every sss I SIZES A demy folio volumo Is 18 by 11 2 Inch cs Tho ordinary human nose is inches ling Tho duodecimo pago measures 7 by 4 inches Tho crown octavo pago Is 7 H by 4 inches A royal folio volume has arpago 0 by 12 inches Tho foolscap octavo pago is 7 inches long by 4 iu width Ono hundred drops from n medicine dropper mako a spoonful Tho averago boight of man is 6 feet 6 pounds inches his weight 141 Tho average boight of woman Is 6 feet pounds 2 luohcs her weight 124 Tho 5 cent nickol picco is exactly three quarters of an inch in diameter Tho incisor teeth ot man aro seldom moro than ono fourtb of an inch long to 8 feet in The woll is- - from 2 length aud stands about 18 inches high Tho hyena Is about tho sizo of an or Â¬ dinary Newfoundland dog from 8 to 86 feet Tho old fashioned copper or 1 cent picco was a little moro than on Inch in diameter Sculptors eay that tho porfoctly proportioned mouth is three quarters of tho length of tho nose Tho lenses for spectacles aro about 1 1 inch C 8 inches iu their greatest and in their least diameters Tho seat of an ordinary chair is 18 inchos from tho floor Luxurious church pews aro 2 to 8 inches lower Â¬ Brooklyn N Y Dc 10 1800 Mk4srs Ely Bro3 I have used Elys Cream Balm a number of y tars and find It works like a charm It has cured me of the most obstinate esse of cold in the head in less than 48 hours from the time I felt the cold coming on I would not Respectfully yours be without it 281 Hart St Fukdk Fbiks Cream Balm is kept by nil druggists Full size 60c Trial szs 10 cents We mail it Ely Bnos CO Warren St N Y City SCHOOL REPORT Three Queer Tennessee Farmers Thero is iu Tcnncsso a family of thrco sisters which presents somo of tho most startling peculiarities imagi Â¬ nable said Mr J J Kennedy of that state Tho three sisters livo together on a farm thoir solo means of subsist- Â¬ ence nnd work early and lato to earn a livelihood Two of them work In the field tho third does tho cooking and other housowork Thero is but ono porlod of the year when any member of tho trio has any Â¬ thing to say to any other member All during tho winter spring and summer thoy go nbout their business with the seal of silence on their lips When fall comes and tho crop is harvested thoy break the silence and then only to quar Â¬ rel over the division of tho proceeds When each has succeeded in getting nil that sho thluks posslblo silence roigns again until tho noxt harvest tlmo Tho sisters as you may judgo havo made a namo for thnufsolvcs Thoy aro known far and uca as tho deaf and dumb trip lots although such a titlo is scarcely Washington Post nppropriato Verdi and Ills Work V ITEMS OF INTEREST Dulwich now a popnlons district of still has a tailgate across one of its main streets at which tolls are collected regularly A German paper calls attention to tho fact that at Aachen alone 800 tons of steel wlro aro nsed up annually in tbo manufacture of uocdles 4500000- 000 in number valued at 1600000 Ono of tho stations of tho railway which is to bo built from the Red sea to tho top of Mount Sinai will bo ou tho spot where it is supposod Moses stood when ho received tho two tables of the law from Jehovah Not to He Scoffed At Let no man scoff at a ypQng couple occupying both sides of a front fence in tho twilight Not only a gate but a wedding may hiuge upon it Philadelphia Times A Savage Slor Mr Oldboy I remomber tho first fish 1 over caught Miss iert What was it an ichthyo tanrusf Harlem Life Loudon Â¬ r ii ant to tho taste never falling in result Get a bottle today Keeping Vegetables When your throat feels raw and rough as if you had swallowed a piece of sand Â¬ paper nothing gives such prompt and effectual relief as Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey A wonderful remedy for coughs colds and bronchial affectIone Pleas i For tho winter keeping of vegetables suca as beetr turnips potatoes carrots etc place In a perfectly dark roorp as soon as roinovoM from the flelfl 1 stor- Â¬ ed In a cellar there Is nothing better than a good tight barrel with i In of sand on top Tako any choap material old bran sacks are best cut In pieces tho right size to well cover the top of the barrol then put on the sand and the following spring you will find your vegetables as fresh and plump as when taken from the ground Keop tho cellar cool but ntet take any chanco of let- Â¬ ting frot geti If hero Is the least danger of UiIOura a few lamps or bet tor a kerosene stove till danger Is over A great njrHt ol atoaage room cm be r i fn tiers gained by ptackjfg one above the ouer juibwik i Vast i in Fwm and Hon Frieda Riedel 01 j Fred Riedel 00 Pearl Fella Od Paris Dutschke 85 Harry Board 03 Addle Payne 81 Effie Boultinghouse 01 01 Grade IV Virgil Fountalne wont bo shot Frank White 01 Sallte Williams 04 Hero tho judgo laughed again Jonos is a good follow boys That Gus Riedel 95 Alice Board 05 Everett prisoner in tho jail will bo hanged do Petrie 00 Katie Payne 03 Bertie ccutly by tho sheriff if you let him Pierce 00 alone but Jones is mighty worked up Grade III Idella Stewart 00 Ollle about it Hos afraid to wait Timos Bawn 01 Green Payne 85 precious to Jones and business is dull Grade II Mildred Fountain 05 i Tho judgo turned his horso 01 Lzzlo Merritr 00 Well good night boys ho said Nelllo Dowel If yon want to go on nround tho cor- Â¬ Jtpbert Petrie 85 ner and bolp out Jones business scbomo Grade 1 Ernest Pierce 01 Minor go ou Its kind of you but youre a lot Pierce 01 Ida Duttchke 80 Walker of blanked fools Pauley 00 Lester Eoulllughouse 02 Aud thcro was no lynching Katie Stiles 05 Jim Boultinghouse di Cam Schofikld Hallie Pierce 01 Henry Pierce 85 The merchants aro beginning to realize Nola Payne 85 the valuo of the Nsws columns Primary Grade Elder Petrie 80 Llda Bawn 88 Lee Board 05 Beiale Petrie 88 Annie Rally 80 Irvln Rally 88 Chester Pauley 85 Card Boulting- Â¬ Causes fully half the sickness In the world It renins the digested food too Ions In the bowels house 85 and produces biliousness torpid liver ladl- Enrolled to date 42 Attendance and interest Good 5 Tho judgo smiled His smilo broadHo seemed to attempt to conceal his mirth aud then ho burst into a laugh Tho mob stopped surprised Well boys said tho judgo still chuckling go on Tho jails just around that corner nnd its guarded by old Confcderato soldiers You know how woil thoy shoot and thoyll firo just ns soon as you turn that corner I should say that 30 or say 25 of you will bo killed But theros ono man among you who wont bo killed for bo wout turn tho corner Hos boon doing n heap ot talking too about this lynch- Â¬ ing Hos becu mighty worked up about it Ilia natno is Jones and hos an un Â¬ dertaker Hos stirred up this lynching sentiment Hos terribly excited but he Â¬ Â¬ Report of District No a for October MONTHLY monthly Inter Â¬ vals with pains in the head back breasts shoulders sides hips and limbs But they need not suffer These pains are symptoms of dangerous derangements that can be corrected The men- Â¬ strual function should operate painlessly 1897 Grade V troubled at women aro Verdi is spending his timo nnd much of his money in building nn asylum for superannuated musicians in Milan Tho building is ndvanoiug rapidly toward completion and will bo finished in a tow months Cnmillo Boito brother of Verdis friend and collaborator Arrigo Boito has chargo ot tho construction of tho asylum which wlU cost 600000 fraucs tu addition to which Verdi will BLADDER TROUBLE bequeath it funds yielding nu annual The bladder was created for one pur- incomo of 70000 francs It will accompose uamely a receptacle for urine and modate 100 people and will contain a assuchitis not liable to any form of concert hall and a chapel besides ample disease except by one or two ways The living accommodations In spito of his first way is from Imperfect actidn of the 84 years Verdi goes ovcry week from kldueys The second way Is from care Sant Agata to Milan to luspoct the progress of tho work less local treatment of other diseases Â¬ Â¬ THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE Lung Troubles ard CeastimptleR Can be Cured An Eminent New York Chemist tist Makes a Free Offer ts Readers uti Scientor Â¬ SAMILIJSENT Winrardiu makes menstruation painless and regular Itputs the deli-Â¬ cate menstrual organs in condi- Â¬ tion to do their work properly And that stops all this pain Why will any woman suffer month after month when Wine of Cardul wilt relieve her It costs Jr 00 at the drug store Why dont you get a bottle to day Por advice In cases requiring special directions address giv Â¬ ing symptoms The Ladies Advisory Department The Chattanooga Medlclue Co Chattanooga Tenu Mrs I Constipation II Imd Uste coutod toiiKiio sck heauaehe In- omnia eta Hoods Pill ewe constipation all Us fieitou Hoods Ej ad easily aadthoroMhhr W Z Unhealthy urine from unhealthy kid Â¬ neys is the chief causo of bladder troubles It is comforting to know that Dr Kll mers Swamp Root fulfills every wish in quickly curing bladder aud urinary trou- Â¬ bles It corrects frequent calls inability toholduilne and scalding or stinging pain In passing it or bad fleets follow- Â¬ ing the use of liquor wine or boer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to get up many times during the night to urinate Tho mild and extraordinary effect of Dr Kilmers Swamp Root is soon to be realzjd It stands the highest for Its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases If you need a medicine you should have tho best At druggists fifty cents and one dollar You may have sample bottle and pamphlet both sent free by mail Mention the Bbkckknjudqb Nkwb and send your address to Dr Kilmer Co N Y The proprietors of this paper guarantee the geaulnenesa of this offer A Fitrn results oto All lYeparea tiy C LHojd Cks LoweH Mm TlMoulyPutaki talcs altfc HomCs iteaaaarUla HIS w I Persona who sutler from Wabnino coughs and cold should heed the warn Â¬ ings of danger and save themselves suffer Â¬ ing and fatal results by using One Min Â¬ ute Cough Cure It is aa Infallible rem Â¬ edy for coughs colds croup and all threat Mid Jung treublai Short A Hay- - jHHtWA UWM wee Wwisk4 Ky Not 0 Marion Walker who sawed hk hand off at V B Mathows sawmill abc at two weeks aye died yesterday Murala at Opclock Maysvjlle Victim otXookJuw st mmSAv Imu ST m ovCa mg jtHsf T640fif9RLreaSa I v j Tho distinguished New York chemiat T A Slocum demonstrating hie djaeov A Uot Itath ery of a reliable and absolute cure for A hot bath is usually rather decried Consumption pulmonary Tuberealoek as provocative of colds and other evils aud ad bronchial throat luag and Every ono knows of cases ot severe illchest diseases stubborn coughs catarrhal ness occurring from oxposuro to the out Â¬ er air soou after such ablutions and yet affections general decline and we aksasB nothing is moro refreshing as nothing Iocs of flesh and all condltioaa of watt Â¬ ing away will send Til REE FREE BOT Â¬ is moro harmless If properly takon This means that ono should uso the hot TLES all different of hW New Diaeav bath as ono does that of very cold wo eries to any eiUictfd reader of the BaacK ter meroly ni a plunge followed ty Pnbidge Kkhb wrllirg for them quick mid thorough rubbings and mas His New Bclentlho Treataieat has sago cured thousands permanently by ltafc New York Post timely use and he consider it a ataaal Suojtruck professional duty to suffering hamjUy la donate a trial of his infallible cure Why Jlmmlo what was thatyoll Science daily develops new wofleVrW fng I beard from your back yard this and this great chemist patiently experi Â¬ morning menting for years baa produced reaelta It was a sunstruck caso maam as beneficial to humanity as can ba A sunstruck caso claimed by any modarn Hit aa Yes maam Nng sertion that lung trome and coosump tho son Im gets 1st aar climate is movmi Hon aro curabla by heartfelt 1M i gratitude nld Hopeless rat in liis America aa4 Baropaan laborator Â¬ Pat Suro Ivo lost me dog an Ol ies in thousmda froat those cured in all dont know wot to da parts of the world Reporter Why dont you advertise Medical experts eoocad that bras for himr chlal chest aud In a tfoaMaa wad U whi- p- UtoWrrapted Pat But faith an th dog cant read Consumption means apeedy and eastakt aaatft it if I do Detroit Frco Prssa M Simply write to T A 81a poat 08 Piue street Xav Yatk- offico and fpraa s dfaaa aad tba fraa KTerrbedy ys So medicine will te wnmplif asnt Buffer tlio iSffi jaed discovery pf tho most wob em should tokrttmaf adraatage of hie fCdrv jarfal generous wpaMOa 2d Pleaaa UU Uia Doctor that you taw Newa his oter la tha Â¬ i v gI f -- Mf a tMadajdia Lsft mr4zzrz ftjer 0alp isihs inoa baaUasl eoEstlpaUoo m wmm ef Tc mw yOstarta Panvh Z1L Msar - JMiifcss