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Digital page images are linked to the text file. - ALIa THE NEWS THATS KIT TO PRINT VOL XXII m CLOVEKPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 17 1897 IS Vl ot f nutjw in hanaitng tovWu accounts aggregating 143000000 after paying 3 per cent interest Great Brit ain earned n surplus of- 33000 nfter paying 2 1 3 por cont interest on 480 000000 mado up of 0500000 accounts Tho average communion paid to post masters is 1 cent per doposit Any ac count may bo settled and withdrawn from any depository in tho country Tho telegraph is coming into use as a means of withdrawal Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ NO 18 NEW SAVINGS BANKS Institutions Backed by the Pos- HELP THE STARVING Spains Armies In Cuba Ravaged by Disease Her Ships of aio states totnat nay romovo employed woncmerrwiii ue dead dirt and that tho 12 proscribed strikers will bo gixcii employment within a reasonable liiigth or timo The strikers havo taken tho proposition under advisement WHITE CAP OUTRAGE THREE BANKS FAIL Crawford County Intl tions Close Doors InstituÂ¬ tal Department RECOMMENDATIONS MADE WILL THISGOT3N FOREVER The Mtmlerer of lllanclie Lamoitt and Minnie Williams Gets Another Itcsplte War in Bad Condition BLANC0IS WORK IN CUBA Postmaster General Strongly Recommended Them In His First Annunl Report to President Clary - Ilobert T Lincoln Practically- Assume That Place With Iulace Car Company Chicago Nov 12 A meeting of tho directors- - of tho Pullman Palace Car company was hold yeetorday Robert T lincQn was elected a director Tho mostS important notion taken was the appointment of an executive committee consisting of H K Hulbert of Now York nnd Marshall Field and Robert T Lincoln of Chicago whioh will have charge ot tho general affairs of the com Â¬ pany Robert T Lincoln was elected chairman of this committee Tho election of a presidont to fill the vacancy caused by tho death of George their advantage It would tend to cultivate thrift in M Pullman was postponed Yesterdays action a largo class realizing the advantage of Mr Lincoln however practically makes president of the Pullman depositing with the government instead company of wastef ully and uselessly expending llre In Chicago it would tend to better citizenship bringing intq closer relationship tho Chicago Nov 15 Firo in tho factory government and its citizens nnd devel ot tho Nutriment company of Philadeloping practical and enduring patriot- Â¬ phia manufacturing chemists at Forty ism This growth of patriotic 8cnti ninth Court and Halstcad street last men and good citizenship constitute a powerful appeal to statesmanship to night dostroyed two buildings causing make a way for thoso bonofloent conse- a loss of 76000 to 100000 with insur quences Tho proposition is an accom ance of 30000 During tho blaze there plished fact in nearly every country in wore three oxploslonsof gasolino which jSurono in the British dependencies of wns stored in tho basoment Windows were broken and firebrands scattered all both hemispheres and oven in Hawaii tho neighborhood but In Great Britain 7000000 depositors over confiued to tho factory tho flames buildings havo upward of 550000000 in savings wore accumulated dunng 35 years and in 10 Tho Nutriment company is a branch of years fewer than 10000 Hawaiian tie Wyoth company of Philadelphia positors saved nearly 1000000 Do An Oltl Soldier Kill a Jfegro posits in Canada in 20 years exceedod Sandusky O Nov 15 George 23000000 vast accumulations havo boen Wingott an inmate of tho soldiers Those wade with tho least possible loss to the homo liore murdered William Everett ijovernmoats whioh guarantee thoir a colored man yesterday The mon repayment and with a minimum of engaged in ti quarrel over a woman cost to tho millions of depositors Moro when Wiugott drow n knife and stabbed than a third of the postal savings ao Evorott iu tho abdomen producing a coasts in European offices aro hold by wound from which the latter died in a Bhort timo Viugett gave himself up minors and over two thirds by th meet humble callings It is essentially to the police Tho murderer was forthe hawk of this class Portal savings merly a memb3r of the Forty second WMldnot conflict with those savings Indiana infantry and was admitted to banks but would encourage savings tho homo from Warren county O gather than accutnulatioas Tho con eloa of money order office into Akkon OFoul riay Feared friends and Nov 12 The saving depositories would soon afford ludennitelymoro facility for receiving relatives of Alfred Clark cashier of the interest beariux deposits than the in tor Meeks Pottery company are greatly est paying banks do now The aggres Â¬ alarmed pvor his disappearance He sive opponents are among the private drew- his months wages Wednesday institutions engaged ia sompwhat sim and left home to call on a yoan lady ilar enterprises though associations of Slneo that timo nothing has been heard large oities recognize in it a valuable of him although the most diligent financial fsiiir to the ourity andcurrents of the efforts hara been roado to locate him eeaoery not the rate of As ho had considerable money with essoutial btaas is the primary and and bonds him foul play is feared syiitom ootvtteiea U tnk a saatM aasatUs and municipalities Hanker Kon Shot of and real atUs fawiisu an illimitable Ottawa 0 Not 15 Gordon Reed nwn Comparing other countries tho peat ago 17 clerk la Mm Bank of Ottawa this which ale natter general say aaarly every coun city ofis presidentfataer Dr W- - X we aeaktenUlly try Bandits ita most nooalar coin as the Keed UBMaoai amoant of deposit varying shot iu the head and killed naentday by S oente in India to 1 in uauaua Bert Schoodle while hunting with am deposits vary nwa awe in party of others front this plane Ree to U4S6 in New Zealand U- - was Immwuaiedy brought ee fale uouintereet- fathers ftr that tuuoant arecountries the- minute oMee wlvwe he lived bat a few and in several us is by law invested iu national To Car OottinaM4m Voevvar Both depoaiu and accounts are TakaOwattraW CdvCaUrUfc- - Ms or ale an w MNarusxiaiieAd Fmqlv nue went in u Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The first an nual report of Postmaster General James A Gary to tho president was made pnblio lost night Its feature is tho strong advocacy of postal savings depositories a sohomo over which Postmaster General Gary has worked for many moalhs in tho formulation of plans to present to tho president and congress Ho says the timo is ripo for thoir establishment and that tho adop-Â¬ tion of a woll organized system would confer a great boon upon a largo num ber of pcoplo and ultimately be of inestimable benefit to the wholo country The estimates of tho rovonucs and ex penditures for tho fiscal year ending Juno 80 1899 aro Total postal rovenno for 1897 83605403 7S add 5 per cent 413327818 Estimated rovenno for G 1893 18079878580 add 7 per cent 07591161 Total estimated rovenno for 1899 9387404737 estimated expendi- Â¬ tures lor 1809 98922760 deilcionoy for 1899 estimated 004811203 Following Is an abstract of tho ro port Tho increase of tho postal doflcit for 1897 is largely a reflex of tho de Â¬ pressed business conditions which prevailed all over tho United States during tho first threo fourths of that period There has been no oxtravaganco of ex- Â¬ penditure save that obligated by law Reiterating tho injustico inflicted both upon tho postal rovonucs and tho people by seoond class mail mat cr carriago regulations the enactment by congress of somo measuro to remedy tno wrong similarly pointed out by past postmaster generals is urged As to this tho postmaster general says li tms wore aone Mere would be an end to postal deficits and the service could bo enlarged and popularized by a broad extension of free dolivcry without infringement upon tho general resources of tho government and oveutu ally result in tho much desired reduction of letter postage of 1 cent per ounce No method of perfecting the organization of the postal service has proved more erToctlvo than the consolidation of postoflices Legislative restrictions on its development aro to bo regretted and a repeal of tho five mile limit consolidation measuro in tho 1890 postal appropriation bill is rocommended Tho experimental rural freo delivery has been generously appreciated fow expenditures havo conferred greater benefits in proportion and it has un- Â¬ questionably proved a potent factor in attaining what should be a chief aim of government tho granting of the best possible postal facilities to tho farming class Tho report roviows in detail tho operations of tho various branches of the department Tho portion of tho subject of postal savings in brief follows Many mil lions of dollars is undoubtedly secreted by people who havo littlo or no confi- Â¬ dence in ordinary securities and mon etary institutions organized by private citizens It is dead capital but if its owners could bo inspired with absoluto confidenoo in the security of an invest- Â¬ ment it is altogether probable that the bulk of this fund woald find its way into the channels Of trado and commerce If tho government undertook this task tho servico would undoubted ly be gladly accepted by tho people Their faith in the government is un- Â¬ bounded Their little savings whioh separately could hardly bo put out at interest would amount in the aggregate to a sum that could bo Invested to 15 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Washington Nor Sax Francisco Nov 13 William Hcuty Tiioodoro Durant will not bo hanged nt San Quontin today after all tho supreme court of this state having granted him another respite nt tho eleventh hour Up to 4 oclook yester day afternoon when tho nows flashed over tho wires from Sacramento that iho court now in session thore had granted a writ of probable canso and Instructed Warden Hole not to carry put tho executiou of Durant until fur- Â¬ ther orders there was apparently no further hone for tho condemned mur Â¬ derer of Blanche Lamont and Minnio Williams as his attornoys Messrs Dickinson and Boardman had made a futile effort to secure another writ of habeas carpus in tho United States court and had not even been granted permission to appeal from that decision to the su preme court of the United States Meanwhile however Attorney Du prey hastened to Sacramento and ap-Â¬ plied to the Rtate supremo court for a writ of probable cause for tho purposo of staying tho proceedings against his client upon tho grounds that no official knowledge of the action of tho supreme court of tho United Stato3 In tho mat ter of Durants appealing from tho do cislon of tho federal conrt had yet been received that tho superior court had acted too hastily in sentencing Durant to be hanged as tho law required that ho be given at least GO days grace and thirdly that tho pendency of an appeal iu tho supreme court affecting tho con- Â¬ demned was of itsolf sufficient cause for a stay of execution The mattor was partially argued in chambers and later argued before the full court and taken under advisement Shortly aft erward the court announced its decision granting the writ applied for in which all the justicos concurred Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ PA3SSNGER TRAIN WRECKED Fire llreiks Out and tho Entire Train la Destroyed Tho passonger train on the Louisville Heudorson and St Louis road which left St Louis Wednesday evening and which was due in this city nt 7 S0 oclock yesterday morning was derailed and entirely consumed by fire nt 4oolock yesterday morning near Lowisport Ky 93 miles from Louisville No lives wero lost and no one was seriously injured The accident is attributed to a froak of the high wind which overturned a boxcar standing on the Lowisport sid ing The car fell directly across the main track and near a sharp curve on tho road It was not seen by the en giuocr of tho passenger train until It was too lato to stop the engine and the train crashed into the obstruction over turning tho engine and tender and the combination car The stovo in the combination car sot firo to the paper and other inflammable matter around it and beforo the train men could remove- the cars the other coaches also caught a sleeper and a day coach being totally destroyed iu addi tiou t6 the combination car in which was tho Smoker and baggago Tho passengers had plenty of timo to escape aud aside from a few bruises no one wns injured The loss will be heavy 19 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Louisviixe Nov PULLMANS SUCCESSOR aca New Your Nqv 15 Tho Herald published the following dispatch from Havana General Iaico continues to offer proofs of his earnest desiro to not only bring peace to Cuba but to rem- Â¬ edy so far as lies in his power and with tho least possible delay th6 awful suffering resulting from the ruthless polioy of his predecessor What this condition is no ono realizes more fully than he no one appreciates moro keenly tho imperative necessity of instant measures to check the harvest of death For the timo this is the most pressing of all needs It can almost bo said to over shadow the question of autonomy itself WhQo men women and chil- Â¬ dren remain to bo saved from the horrors of death by satarvation the question of political reforms may wait at least a snort while General Blancos first instructions to the now civil governors of provinces was to devote themselves at once to tho ANN EXATION OF HAWA work of relieving tho distress of tho ro couccntrados For this purpose he or- Tho Ailinlnlitrntlon atlfld That the Illll Will lie faneil dered the organization of rolief committees Somo of thoso committees re WAsmxaTON Nov 13 Ratification port that good work has been done In of tho Hawaiian annexation treaty by Havana tho omployes of one big faotory tho United States sonato is assured will work on Sunday aud devoto the The administration has mado a poll of whole days wages to the relief fund Probably nothing yet dono to relieve that body aud President McKinloy Is the suffering will have so beneficial an tatified that more than two thirds of effect as the order published recently the lenaton will vote for ratification urging the planters to grind sugar and The treaty is in excellent shape for permitting tuo employment oi recoil prompt action It was fully considered oentrados on estates where a reasonable by the tenato committee on foreign re of proteotiou can bo givon Bssurnnce reported to tho tenato and lation Criticism has been mado that Gonernl on the calendar with practically Blanco lias not abolished General Wey placed lerB edict of concentration but merely the unanimous endorsement of tho com mittco extended tho area of the districts is tho purpose of Chairman While literally this is true no other in It the first executive session Davis to course was open to tho captain goneral that a day be set for taking up ask tho The delay in publishing tho torms of trajy and that its consideration be conthe edict of autonomr is trivini riso to tinued until disposod of believing its General Blanco on somo speculation can bo reached before adhis arrival said the edict would be pub ratification for the holiday lished in four or five lays Now it ap- Â¬ journment In his message to congress tho presi pears that the details have not boen re Â¬ dent will set the ball in ceived from Madrid Advantago has senting is strongly as motion by prebeeu taken iu somo quarters to hint ments or annexation possible the arguthat a serious hitch had occurred in do The most potent opposition will como elding on tho precise terms of Pacific coast granted to the island It ha from tugar interests whilo most of in fluence Is divided and tha been asserted that the whole autonomy senators from that section nre in favor project is likely tobe brought to naught of the treaty Senator Whito of There is no reason for this Captain General Blanco is strictly in tc H to the senate- to lead the opposition vestigating the condition of the Spanish forces in Cuba and the further his in 6EnatJONAL ARREST quirios go tho less satisfactory bis disProminent Fhyilclan Confee to AilUt coveries prove to bo Both the army log Grave Itohbero and navy are in a bad condition Not only wero the ravages of disease to t Ohilucothe O Nov 18 Dr P K great extent concealed by General Drunimond one of the moat prominent Woylcr but in many instance direct physicians in tho city and a figure in fraud has been brought to light churoh and social It will be General Blancos unpleas yesterday charged circles was arrested with securing the ant duty to undecnivt Spain as regards body of Carlton W Kelloy from the her actual strength in Cuba and her fit Friends cemetery at Londonderry and ness to go to war with another country Spains navy in Cuban wateri is not in disposing of it to a Columbus college good condition to go to sea and fight Dr Drunimond coufesscd to his comIn fact two of her newest and best plicity iu the crime and oxplainod that gunboats the Filipinas and tho Al he rccoived a letter from tho Ohio State phouso XII could not steam outside unlverstty asking for matorial Two Morro Castlo while several stationed around the island have medical students whoso names havo been lying in various harbors so long npt boen divulged brought a lcttor of that tnoy would have to be placed in Introduction to Dr Drummond aud ardry dock aud thoroughly scraped before rangements wero mado to got tho body they could sail at their full speed In of Sam Jonos whoso death was occa Havana hazbor at least four ships are sioned by drinking three bottles of tho essence ot peppermint Kclloys body undergoing repairs In the army numerous frauds have was secured by mistake body was located in Columbus The already beeu discovered and thero is considerable murmuring among the and returned to Ohillicothe information being giveu with tho understand troops in consequence Jlowever General Blancos evident determination to ing that no namc3 were to bo disclosed bring all offenders to trial is doing Dr Drummond is iu jail awaiting a pre liminary hearing and tho city is much to maintain confidence A railway collision took placo near shocked by tho sensational develop Guinea iu Octobor and a pnblio sub ments scription of 10000 was raised for tho TCRRIBLB ACCIDENT IN POLAND families of tho dead and wounded This sum was deposited in the Bank of tThtrty Tenons Killed by Ilelng- Struck by vommerce anu remained tuoro una Train touched until a few days before General 8r Petersburg Nov 12 A terrible Weylers departure for Spain Not a accident has occurred near Bielostok cent bad boon distributed Russiaii Poland resulting in tho death 8paln Willing- - to Make a Mew Concession A wedding party was of 80 persons Madkid Nov 15 General Stewart returning from churoh to tho homo of L Woodford the United States minis the bride All were in ono wagon a ter had a conference yesterday yith hugo vehicle drawn by eight horsos Sonor Moret he minister for the colo- The road along whloh thoy drove nies aud discussed with him the prohi- Â¬ crosses tho railway track on tho levol bition of the export of tobacco from and tho driver either through careless Cuba Sonor Moret promised General ness or iguorauco of tho traiu schedulo Woodford to study tho tobacco prohibi upon pushed his swiftly moying tion carefully and at once cabled Mar the crossing just as tho horses was express shal Blanco for information on tho sub coming up tho The locomotive struck the vehicle tect In viow ofand Improved relations Spain the United States squarely killing many mombors of tho Beuor Moret is incliuod to grant Gen party outright nnd maiming others so eral Woodfords request that they soon oxpirod iu frightful agony Not a member of tho party es General Lea Kenelies llaruna caped Havana Nor 15 Consul Genoral Fitzhugh Loo and Walter B Barker ARqHAEOLQGICAL DISCOVERIES United States consul at Sagua La ThW CaRntry Inhabited by an Kullghtened Grando arrived yesterday afternoon on leople q Ma todou Dy tho Ward Line steamer Seguranca Lexington Ky Nov 13 A com They were welcomod by the consular of this port and a largo company of mittee fiom tho Kentucky university lias just returned from Blue Llok friends Springs where thoy went to examine Filibustering lCipedhteae Lanilej mastodon Jck8oxyiub Fla Nov 15 Three the bone of aThoy found recoutly an tho roinalns passengers on tae steamer Mascotte earthed thero just iu at Port Tampa from Cuba re Â¬ of an old roadway well paved with port a successful landing of the last fill stone many feet below the surfaoe of trastering expedition They wero of theearth and below a stratum of gravel the filibustering party but refuse to In whlob he mastodon bones were found give any details They boliove the workmen who aro MAY SETTLE THE STRIKE excavating aro on the eye of important archaeological discoveries which will liberators Make Their - First Proposition show this country to have beenjnhnb to tlie Striking- Miner enlightened people at a tlun WAgHiNQTOtf Iud Nor 15 The ied by an vyhea mastodons roamed the forests Company and renew between Cabel Mm Man Takes H Own Lite tlw striking miners appears to be grad ually lessening and a settlement U Painesville 0- - Nor 13 James A ikeogat to be uot far off Th opera Allen ouo of tho most prominent bus tor nave rabniitted their ftrst propoeu iness men of this city committed sol tioct einoe the strike WMepuimenced cjde yesterday evening by shooting six month ago They agtwto give 90 Himself through the head He was 54 tneu work immediately and sv U this years old Depondenoy caused by thedeath of nl wile led him to kill himlist to 150 within to dan if the suke declared oat now they alee agree to pay the state seals and rednoe the priee ttUeet Utov le the Stat of powder 10 oente on the keg f nse o O Mnr 1 Ur cents on he doaeu and oil 5 oents on fe DoYutarowN wW oeleetaee hi Wtt Win ef this plaoe the gallon The will also nrani a reduction of 10 birthday aaaiveraary in a few days He anu in aottre praotwe and claim pa oente a load ror ooal rurin to mtnen tae oldest ooetor in tne date for dorottttio poseosea The propositi Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ men-of-wÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tho 3lrla Drag cad Trnui Their 1W Ilcalan ami Tarred anil Feathered Holoatk O Nov 12 Word has just reached this city from Oak wood O a hainlot 26 miles couth of nn outrage perpetrated Wednesday night by White Caps upon two girls Edith and May Roborts aged 10 and 17 years Ten days ago tho young ladies received a Whito Cap notice warning thorn to leavo tho town and county but they paid no attontion to tho notice Wednesday evening they retired early nnu uuriug uio niguc moy wero awak Â¬ ened by a band of eight or 10 men en tering their rooms And dragging them from their beds in their nightrobes to the nearby road whoro they were torri bly whipped by a which was found in tho road yesterday morning After beating tho two girls tho White Caps gavo them a coat of tar and feathers and took them back to tho house whero thoy woro found unconscious yesterday morning by peopo passing by May the youngest of tho two girls is iu a critical condition her flesh bolug out to the bono by tho whip A card containing 10 names was found tacked to the front door but none of the names aro known about that place Bloodhounds were placed upon tho troll of tho Whito Caps but owing to heavy rains and tho trampling of hun dreds of people about tho scene tho ani mals woro unablo to follow the soent and no other clow can be found Â¬ Â¬ ne win oo electrocuted nor in unlets the govornor Interferes which Is Im probable Farmer Instantly Killed London O Nov 12 Whilo John Chamberlain a well known farmer was engaged yesterday in pulling a threshing maohlne engine with a heavy rope tho fastening broke and the rope sirnoK unauiDcriain Killing nun la stnntly CONDENSED A Collection of It Reja4 iMkse tfc fee waalessis e4 sliHslias NEWS W akSi POWDER eselHtely Cure aom sAnma DEPOSITORS FEAR HEAVY LOSSES President Wlllett Left Last Wednes- Â¬ day and His Present Where- Â¬ abouts are Unknown Interesting Items on Vari Â¬ ous Subjects Especially Irrpared For the Hatty Header It Is understood that tho president has decided to make practically no more ap Â¬ pointments until the ajsombllngof con gress W H Mcintosh who was charged with having defrauded Dekalb county Ind out of 50000 was declared not guilty by Â¬ Mwoca eo miw vosk the jury Craw ford county is agog over tho closing of banks at this villago at Marengo and at English tho county seat Tho banks contain the pnblio funds as woll as pretty nearly all of tho individual do posits of tho business men of tho coun- Â¬ ty While no statement has been given out it is feared that all threooftho banks are heavily involved and that tho losses will be large for both pnblio and privato depositors Tho closing of tho banks wns hastened through tho disappearance of Riohard H Wlllett cashier of tho Leavenworth Citizens bank vico presidont of tho Bank of English nt English and president of tho branch bank at Marengo Willett is also presidont of tho Royal Spoke company of this villago nnd owns tho Royal electrio works and tho water Â¬ works hero Besides ho is secretary nnd treasurer of the Leavenworth school board aud it is thought that tho school funds havo disappeared with him Willett has been speculating heavily of lato it is reported although there was littlo suspicion of this among tho peoplo of tho village who havo always hold him iu the highost esteem and confidence Last Wednesday morning early Wil- Â¬ lett drove across country to Marengo the nearest railro d station a distanco of 14 miles Ho started ostensibly for South Bend Ind ou business connected with his spoko enterprise That is the last that has boen seen or heard of him Positivo Information has reached hero that he did not goto South Beud and friends of ex County Troasnror P F Walts now a resident of Paoll said that Walts had mot Willott in Louisvilo Ky on Thursday Louis villo Is 80 miles up the river from hore aud Walts thonght thoro was nothing unusual in Willctts appearance thero They chatted for a timo so tho story goes and partod after the bank presi dent had made some inquires at to whero lis could find II D Gllman a Leavenworth man who travels for Vogel Brothers of Lopisvillo Willett started tho Citizens bank in 1590 when ho first came to this villago from Littlo Beud Ky Ho had jut in herited 20000 from his father and had just been married to Miss Minnie Holl croft of Littlo Bend who brought hlra A week or so ago Willott s 15000 grandfather died leaving him nbout 15000 but this was insufficient to meet the pressing demands made npou him or cash He is ill years of ago 8 foct 8 inohes lall weighs about 1C0 pounds m light hair bine eyes and a smooth shaven laco He is a deacon in tho Presbyte rian churoh of Leavenworth nnd has always been fully trusted by tho peoplo of the entire county Many thero are louay intieeii wno roruso to believe that he has misappropriated any of the funds and maintain that his unex plained absence must be owing to somo accident Assistant Cashier H S Davis said that Willott took only 12000 from tho Leavenworth bank nnd it is insisted by somo of his friends that tho bank presi dent rcinired this sum to settlo balances against him in Louisville banks It is urged that his interests in other enterprises will bo moro than ample to mako np any shortagp in any of his banks and that us soon as matters can bo straightened out it will bo found that depositors will lose nothing There aro others however who inolino to tho op posito belief nnd the cooler heads had trouble holding these iu check 15 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Leavenworth Ind Nov The cases ngalnst Lewis Yum and Charles Genton tho alleged murderers of Isaac Hill nt Warren O havo been set for hearing Dec 6 by Judge Gilmer Cashier Peters of the Columbia National bank of Tacoma Wash was convicted on 24 counts for swindling Ohio men and the comptroller of the treasury He will get 20 years In prison Wytherville Va one of tho most popu- Â¬ lar health resorts on the Norfolk and Western railroad has an cpldemlo of ty- Â¬ phoid fever There are at presunt 800 cases and a number of deaths have oc- Â¬ curred The daughter of Mr nnd Mrs F W Reynolds of Chllllcotho O found a saucerful of arsenloand sprinkled somo on an apple sho was eating supposing It was salt Her condition Is critical but will probably recover It took the jury at Canton O only about 10 mlnutos to convict Samuel Syl- Â¬ vester of burglary Judge McCnrty oc- Â¬ cupied about as muoh time in sentencing him to seven years and he wus hustled to Columbus the same day Thieves backed a wagon up In front of J M Carmlchaels goneral store In Eaton Ind broke- in tho front door ami carted away goods to the valuo of 1600 Recently similar robberies have been committed at Dalevllle Albany Gaston and Yorktown W C MoKellar manager of tho WestÂ¬ ern Union Telegruph company mid agent of tho United States Express company at Kendallvllle Ind committed suicide by taking stryehnlno No reason is known for his rash Ho leaves a widow and two small children North Vernon Ind is exercised over the danger of nn epidemic of diphtheria Several cas s have developed In the last few days and two deaths have occurred The health authorities are making an ef fort to locute the sufferers nnd confine the contagion to its present limit Three quail hunters trespassed on the farm of Marlon Lcatherman a few miles north of Indianapolis The fanner re monstrated when onii of the hunters wrtttid a hatchet with which Leatherman was mending a fence and beat him over the head until he fell unconscious Ills oondltlon is alarming Leatherman rec Â¬ ognized his nssatlant as Herman Iusxihl of Brlghtwood Crimes and Casualties W H Mltzor an old man was prob ably fatally Injured by being ktruck by a train ou the Salem railroad at Salum O William Jones was fatally Injured in the Rose HU mine at Masslllon O Ills back was broken by falling rook Jones lives at Justin O A well Jrtneil unknown man wus found on the railway track at Nolsonvllle O with his skull fractured ClrcuiUitances Indicate that ho wus placed there to hide a crime The officers are Investigating William V Snyder aged 00 of Cam brldgo O was Instantly killed by a Baltimore and Ohio freight train near the tunnel west of that place His body was carried a distance of three miles and was so badly mangled that It could hardly be recognized Tho homo of Mrs Mary Qrelner of Tif fin O was discovered in flames and when flremon forced their way Into the house Mrs Grelner was found beforo a hot stove her feet burned off and lite already gone She was possessed of oonsiderablo prop- Â¬ erty nnd lived alone Â¬ THti MARKETS lterlew of the Grain and Livestock Mar Â¬ kets For November IS Cincinnati Tooaceo Market Offerings 3Wdl Rejections 003 Actual sales 2245 Receipt 1684 Tho price ou tho offerings ranged as fol- Â¬ 3 76 27U II 20 lows 161U 76 6Wt 10 11 75 112014 75 4ia 06 6 Jit iiH fO7 OS 240 U05 03 128 1 KXiJU 05 The 2801 hhds offered averaged tV B8per 100 lbs ngalnst f 10 23 for ICCO hhds for the previous week and 15 CO for 1910 Uhds the corresponding week In 1800 Ilttsburg- Ilhd 89 - Cattle Prime ft 76a 88 fair H CO 4 60bulls stags and cows fa 0CQ8 00 Hogs Prime light VI 708 75 heavy 8 Owaa 70 rough fc 5003 40 Sheep Choice ft Soai 40 fair 81 5033 76 com- Â¬ mon ta 7633 26 oholcj lambs 4 60 6 75 veal calves fJ 60d 00 Cincinnati Vhent 0193o Corn S0K28c CatÂ¬ tle Selected butchers 3 6604 15 fair to 3 0033 76 medium common ftt 254 1 86 Hogs Selected and prime butchers 3 6603 60 packing 3 603 60 common and roufzh 13 0033 45 Sheep tv 602 1 85 lambs ft 55 75 at Â¬ iinalo Cattle Choice to prime t 7681 TO fair to good i 40Qi 16 common 13 15 3 063 70 mixed i 75 It oss Yorkers packers 3 00 3 25 1583 30 common Sheep Prime t 5041 75 culls to com Â¬ mon 13 7603 25 lambs tl 635 00 Chicago Hogs Selected butchers f3 2J33 70 mixed 3 4533 70 Cattle Native steers t i 635 35 most sales ft 405 00 cows and bulls 81 7683 60 Sheep pi 7631 60 lambs f 1 U0U 10 Heir York Cattlt 1 00Jt4 90 Sheep 13 0041 70 lambs 5 6 2tt 0O 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ A Cle7or Trick looks like it hut there is realy no trick about it Anybody can try it who has Lame Back and Weak KldneyB Malaria or nervous troubles Wo mean he can cure himself right away by taking Electric Bitters This medicine tones up the whole system acts as a stimulant to the Liver aud Kid neyr is a blood purifier aud nerve tonic It curb Constipation Headache Faint Â¬ ing Spells Sleeplessness and Melancholy It is purely vegetable a mild laxative and restores the system to its natural vigor Try Electric Bitters nnd be con vlnced that they are a miiacle worker Every b ittlt guaraiittd Only 60c a l tie at Short llayuea It certainly Practical Co operation Ask Your The Oreateat Diioovery Yet Druggist W M Repine editor Tiskllwti III fT a genemus 10CKNT We wont keep house ays Ohlof TUU1 SIZE without Dr Kings New Discovery for Coniuraptlon Coughs ami Colds Ex porimented with many others but never Elys Cream Bill got the true remedy until we used Dr conatna no cocaine OOINO TOCHNA KIds New Discovery No othir reme mercury nor any othCharles lage Hryan Appointed to Succeed dy can take Its place fn our home as in er lijirl ui druif It Is ldy MlnUter Denby it we have a certain and sine cure for Qlvtsq ltd elab orbeJ at ice Washington Not 12 Tho presi Â¬ coughs colds Whooping Couuh etc a f It is Idle to experiment with other rem Â¬ II opens ana ciesn ei nAinii I dent has appointed Charles Pago Bryan the Nasal Paiugcs mJLU elEAaJt of Illinois tobe envoy extraordinary edies even II they are urs d nn you re Allays Inflammation Meals and IlOlccts the lust god aud miulstor plenipotentiary ot the Theyasare notasDr Kings Nbw Discovery as good because this reme Membrane lleitorrs h Sent s of Taste uuj United States to Ohhia dy has a record i f curt s and hcaldes is Uirittl Full site c Trill size ire at drurnktsor by wan Mr Bryan is a tcsldent of Elmhurst guaranteed It never falls it eatlxiy BIY BUOTIIERt War en Strut New York iu Reproseutativo Hopkins district Price f0 and f 100 --Short A lluym b Ho is about 42 years old aud tomowhai active in politics Ho ha boon a mem ber of tho legislature for three torms aud was a candidate for speaker Hs was oducated In Europe aud Is a fluent linguist Minister Deuby who is succeeded by thle appointment has held the position since the beginning of President Cleve lands first term President Harrison appointed ex Senator Blatr of New Hampshire to lucoeod him but he wm Kyv objectionable to the Chinese govern went aud Mr Denby was undltarbe4 Leavenworth bank lias not been heard from but John H Wcathors is said to havo telegraphed to friends here that ho will return and pay 75 per cent if the depositors will accept and proteot him from injury It is thought this will bo accoptod Weathers aud his wlfo nro heavy proporty holders at Siiico Wcathors left Leavenworth here Friday morning his wifo has been iu Leavenworth Tho present ostlmnto including county mill township monoys private de- Â¬ posits borrowed monoy nnd dobts anioug merchants from whom they purchased oloctrio machinery and other stock is 300000 A meeting of tho depositors yestorday afternoon was hold to choose men for receivers subscribe reward monoy aud means to proseoute Â¬ SHORT FULLY HALF A MILLION Seventy Five Ier Cent IromUecl Depoalt or In Cute of o rroteoutton Exoush Ind Nov 15 Batik Cash Â¬ ier Richard H Willott of the failed Fires The fiamo dwelling of Isaac K Onan sovon miles from Versailles Ky was burned with Us contents Tho family profitably salted nor smoked Ordinari Â¬ were awakened by burning brands from the roof ailing In upon their beds They ly they would havo to peddle or givn narrowly escaped cremation away the most of it or h tve it spoil nn Sherrys sawmill tho largost plant of their hands tho kind iu Connorsvllle Ind was To avoid this ten nelgibors organlsi burned Saturday evening The loss Is about 6000 with insurance for half a fresh pork club Whenever ono of tha that amount Tha samo plant burned ten kills a pj he dvldes the lean tidbits four years ago aud was a totul loss balng into ten parts of about five pounds IFromthe Nebraska Stale Journal The horny fisted sons o Maine have found a way to evadi Mr Armours combine of pork puckers and have been successfully following it for some tears Tbey foundt d fresh pork clubs When a Maine pirker is killed aveiagingMbuit 300 pouudf the fimlly owning him have about fifty pounds of spare ribs and oth- Â¬ er delicate lean parts that can neither he K that county Fay W Beck a young man about 5 years of age applied at police headquar- Â¬ ters In Chattanooga for lodging He was suffering from consumption nnd stated his home to be Bock Jllcb and asked the outhorl ten to notify Phoobo Paige ot his death which tctirred in about two hours and sends each of the other nine one Deaths and keeps the tenth portion Captain A II Goodwin recorder of portion Union county O died suddenly at his himself In this way by judiciously timing the killing the home in Marysvlllo aged about 68 years of tho Ho was one of tho most prominent men of club have all the frexh pork tlmy caro uninsured each ramira to consume during tho winter There ar 1000 such clubs In Maine which means that ten thousand families are independent of the butchers n id r frig orator people CATARRH Â¬ lir Â¬ 1 Going to Build or Renair Writ 432SM43ttS J 3tt44t4BI J P Will Louisville Co Albert Qolumbih O Nov li The heard ft pardons has rjeted the appilontion of Albert J Praata the Dayton nf derer I orooinmtUon of eenienee and lal Ouetue t For Prices on Lumber Doors Sash 4 Blinds Shingles Steel Roofing They will save you money -- A- - ii jtg - i - BRANDENBURG Real estate was in demand at Hun dlnsburg last Monday There were Jw 9 4 Y d Iftfctftg Etttort tad fiof rhtn several tracts of land sold by tho Com Rev Hcsson filled his pulpit as usual mlssionor in which the bidding was last Sunday WEDNESDAY NOVUM ER 101897 lively and the prices good Farm lands Miss Agnes Worland Is confined to Or6 in demand her bed again Mr Joe Reidaah is a gutst of Mr HARDINSBURG Chas L Moremen Sanctified rotmnon sense amounts to genius it is so rare L H ft W TIME TAKE A FEW irCWUMT iV flIS0Y Mrs James Ditto has moved back to soma hit Whopoby title time that possibly her home on West Hill m Daily rr Hardlnibarg TiJ7 the unfortunate candidate in tho elect Ptietncr Mr and Mrs J K Ditto spent Sunday SOmO WJWT Ion two weeks ngo and their friends with Mr and Mrs W D Howard have had time to cool OjF and give mat Ptiienger Dally n Ilardlmbarg 1 15 pm Miss Moore of Ellzabothtown visited tera eotno eober thought and proper Mrs James Blands family last week consideration ThtrBopubllcau Waterloo Mrs V Daniel is still quite feeble NImrods will be out in full forco this In this county was calculated to throw R N Miller went to Irvlngton last week and quail on toast will bo tho fellows oil of thoir guard Democrats Friday fad were lifted out of their boots as It were The quail hunters went into the Hold by something like a eyeone but it D S Richardson of the Arcado has could not be checked It seems like last Monday purchased tho Neafus home on East O E Haswell and Wife spent last Sun Â¬ Hill everything went under the log cabin tho returns from tho rural districts day in Cloverport Services at tho Catholic church last whore we expected galrs for the ticket Mrs Dr J T Baker has been quite ill Sunday I failed to learn tho ministers dtsclosod nothing The candidates work- Â¬ for the past week name ed hard but a lot of tho follows didnt Mrs Owen Cunningham left Monday Misses Zalma Strothor and Bettie dowhatthoy eatd they would do vote to visit her sister in Meade county Clarkson of Big Springs visited Mrs G under tho Fusion tlckot Thats where Mrs Gus Shellman spent last week in II Casperko we lost Who was to blamo for It tho county visiting her fathers family Mleses Lena Nevitt and Florence The Lord only kn0wpunlcs3 it was them Sewing machine oil needles shutles Smith spent Saturday and Sunday in other fellows Some sharp criticisms and harsh reproof has been hurled at the bands oil cans screw drivers etc call Louisville Mrs Cal Hendricks has returned from News and its editors for some so called on T O Lewis treachery to the party and tho tlckot Miss Lula DeJernett came oyer from a visit to her sister Mrs Harvey English God knows no did what wo could to Lodlburg last Saturday and remained near Stephonsport help the thing along The truth is that until Monday The Rev Mr Phillip Jenkins preached sometimes wo hardly knew where we The telephone has been completed one of his best sermons last Sunday and One fellow here vwas making from this place to Custer by tho way of the Lords Supper was administered wero at a magnificent suggestion at one point Ilarncd and Gai field Atlanta has the only military company out yonder was another It was impossi- Â¬ Mansions in the skies are built on the in this part of the country composed ble to follow them all Because a of girls who are said to use weapons as county newspaper has something else to installment plan and each good deed is the broom a brick used in the construction do besides giving Its whole time to the Hugh Ditto came up from Owensboro Mattingly Jarboe of Kirk sold 000 regulation of county politics However last Sunday to spend it with his sister Â¬ as we havo said we did what we could bushels of wheat last week to the Irv Mrs W D Howard Hugh is a line to holp the bojs get elected So we lngton MilliDg Company at 03 cents young business man Ilonry Lake of Rock Yale has rented suppose did all other fair minded Demo- Â¬ Messrs Victor Spauldlng and TCus crats But tho situation was critical the old Hamhleton hotel of W K Barnes Mr Lako will move up and Yates were guests of Mr and Mrs from the beginning Hardesty last Friday and Satuiday and The Democrats six months ago wero open up the hotel at once attended the Literary helpless as they stood with tho gold Rev S K Breeding has gone to Bon Miss Lydia Ackley Clarkson was ex- Â¬ bugs on onesldo and tho Populists on nieville Ky to assist in a protracted tho other They could not get the aid meeting Rev Felix Roberts will fill pected last Saturday to visit Mrs W D otonc but with the promised assistanco his appointment here on tho third Sun- Â¬ Howard but has written that her visit must be postponed for awhile of the other they went into a fight for day tho county offices Tho fight was lo The voters of New York and Louis- Â¬ Mr Marcus Kincheloe has rented his down the Republicans by an artful com fathers old place and will move his ville spoke out unequivocally on local binatlon which in tho beginning family to town Since taking charge of issues Let us hope it is a Harbinger promised somo hopes of success but in the post office he finds it too inconve for the future in State national affairs tho end proved disastrous Thats the nient to attend it and live out of town Denver is a convention city par excel- Â¬ fact of the business Mrs Owen Cunningham received lence Tho biennial meeting of the Tho blame cant bo laid lo any one word Organization of Womens from her sister in Meade county Federated mans door Tho Fusion was a blundor last week that two of her children were clubs will be held there and for which It tended to confuso The voters did quite ill with typhoid fever one of preparations are already on foot not understand the ballot They could whom waa likely to die Mrs Cunning The Dingley Tariff and Wolcott Com- Â¬ not vote intelligently under two dovices ham mission have been condemned by the left Monday to seo them Moreover a largo number did not fall A lamentable accident occurred to vote of 97 Where 20000 sound money under the Fusion device as they had Burros Ball son of Boney Bell one day Democrats voted for Shackelford doe- Â¬ promised This is all of it Hereafter While handling one of the snt it go to prove that we are getting we council the Democrats to stand by last week horses he was kicked on the head mak- - together the party device and to consult wise Misses Annie Bondurant Mabel Har- Â¬ The boys a bad fracture of the skull leadership condition waa better Sunday but he is din Mary L Ditto and I had a delightTho News is alwnjs open to legitimate ful visit to Mrs Ella B Hendricks last criticism but we detest mud slinging still in a critical condition Saturday night Wo bad an old fashion We do not havo to parade our Demo- Â¬ In the sale of the J D Beeler property sugar candy pulling If you want to cracy to tho world In the future we at tho Court house door by the Commis- Â¬ have a good time youll sure find it at shall go along as In the past attending sioner last Monday Mrs Beeler bought the home of Mr and Mrs Hendrick strictly to our business Counseling the tract No 1 G5j acres at 500 and tract The Republicans will lose a fine euceess of tho party as we seo it No 3 118J acres 317 and tract No 4 organizer when Mr Godfrey Hunter 77 r acres at 207 and tract No 5 CO Miss Lelia Henley of this city has acres at 101 and her house and lot at hies himself to Guatemala as Minister He proved his ability announced herself as n candidate for 700 J W Wright bought tract No 2 Plenipotentiary in many instances but it was not appre- Â¬ Â¬ Miss Ilenloy is a 124 acres at 1042 Allen R KinchState Librarian Dr woman of exceptional executive ability eloe bought the old Taylor property at ciated by an ungrateful party 220 Breckenridge Bank bid in Hunter has done right to accept the The and is in every way worthy of the position She has served two terms as the Cloverport Faving Brick plant at Hindman Guatemala appointment At the dance the other night a young postmistress in tills city by appoint- Â¬ 1500000 J B Warren bought one ment under Mr Cleveland and we ven- half of the Nickfield tract of the Fen lady was cited as being particularly sty- Â¬ The Bank of lish when some one said to mo Define ture to say the town never had abetter wick estate at 1010 I said fine feathers Offto Ever thing about tho office was Hardinsburg bid in the J O Miller land style what Is It usually make fine birds but not in kept in perfect order to the minutest at thoir debt interest and costs that case it is the girl hersell but detail When Miss Henley goes before Worth or Paquin could not define style Sheep Values Contrasted the Legislature as sho will do later and It is God given like other gifts Some presents her claims to that body of dis- Â¬ From American Economist girls are stylish in a calico dress tinguished men wo think she will make Tho difference in the value of sheep votes as none of her opponents can or unier Free Trade and Protection is The editor of the Meade County will We predict success for her shown in the results of an assignees sale Mtesenger should certainly resign his of the estate of Thomas McElroy a position and apply for ono with Puck Jim and Charlie Durham will invest farmer in Jefferson County Ohio who or Judge judging from his last edition this fall 300 in sheep and the Hon Tice had given particular attention to sheep of Messenger I shed no tears over Jollysajshe isgoing to plant fifty acres husbandry This sale took place in Oc Mr Hindmans defeat there was no in Hurley The farmers are getting n tober 1894 a few weeks after tho pas third State ticket hence to bring out a High prices aago of the Wilson bill and the animals National Democrat to oppose Mr move on themselves stimulates trade stimulates armors and offered were all fine black top merinos Shackleford was an off affair entirely and defeat was sure helps everybody Its not the question Tho files of the Ohio State Journal Mrs Dr D O PuBey and daughter of what brought about these high prices show that forty ewes were sold for CO but tho thipg to do now that they are cents each 30 lambs for 20 cents each Miss Maydee attended the chrysanthe Â¬ here is to take advantage of them and and one registered buck for 50 cents mum show in Louisville Mrs Pusey is get our share of the prosperity Thats Other lots chosen from the flock sold at a dear lover of flowers and has some what wide awake iarmers like tho gen Â¬ similar prices and all were fine merino pretty specimens of the Oriental fljwer herself Louisville may well be proud tleman we name abovo are doing and its sheep the thing for all farmers to do Secretary Miller of the State Board of her attractive display of treasures It of Agriculture says tho Fiqua Dis is a help towards humanity and follow The Democratic party won a victory patch is authority for the statement Ing the precept of Mohammed who said fn Greater New York last week which that to day ewes of the same grade are If he had but two loaves of bread he ought to add eomething to its strength worth 3 to 1 each lambs 2 to -- 50 would sell half and buy a hyacinth for in tho nation in 1000 There was a loss and registered bucks from 15 to 25 A the people now a chrysanthemum can there to tho Republicans of 33300 votes few days ago the Insurance Association be bought for them They claim that it was due to local of Medina County made an allowance of Mr and Mrs Chas L Moremen have causes but it was a thrust at Republican 2 each for common breed Iambs This arrived from Cincinnati and aro visiting rule in the east and a nbuke to tho is what the Republicans havo accom- Â¬ Mr and Mrs O G Moremen On policies adopted by that party through plished by a restoration of the Tariff on Thursday night Mrs Moremen gave tint tho country them a delightful cotillion party The wool In April 1890 there were 2033410 beautiful full blown roses as well as the The Owensboro Messenger Is wanting sheep owned In tho State of Ohio in modest just opening buds wero out the next legislature to change the elect- Â¬ Texas 2011093 in California 2739007 with a back ground of sere autumn ion law Almost before the ink gets dry In Oregon 2480247 in Montana 2 Mrs Moremen always enter Â¬ leaves on tho Statute hook somebody is ready 009 057 in New Mexico 2505032 in tains most pleasantly and this was an to have a change made in tho law Bet- Â¬ Utah 1002510 in Michigan 1438891 unusual succoss socially Bodenttadt ter let it alone The people can learn in Wyoming 1206134 in Colorado 1258 was on hand These who graced the to vote under the present ej stein as well 373 and in all the States and territories occasion were Misses Llda Haynes u any other and they are doing It the total sheep owned was 30404405 Maydee PuseyLllllan and Virgil Rhodes Allowing an average gain of 2 per Pear Wimp Florenoe Smith Lena EvKiiYiiouv was wondering last Mon Â¬ head in the market value of owes Nevitt Mrs P G Young Mrs Jim day what Morris Beard wanted with a lambs and bucks as contrasted with the Smith Mrs Bert Moremen Miss Zslma Cloverport brick plant Big Sprlug His bid of prices realized at the assignees sale in Strother Messrs Lon October 1894 tlietotal addition to the Neyltr Gene Fountalfte Jesse Ur00O came liko n bombshell No one wealth of Smith the country from this source was looking for it Now Morris if you alone amounts to 72028810 Wolf Creek j Otter Reesor Muldrauah really want a brick plant como down The total wosl clip for 1800 amounted James Bondurant Beall and Gotigh and well see that you get one This to 272474708 pounds and tho clip for Grlnnoll J T Haynes and Joe Reidaah 1897 Is reported at 250153251 pounds town needs a man with your nerve and your correspondent who never is A comparison of the prices of wool cur- Â¬ happier than when viewing a bevy of 1 1800 rent to day with those of August Captain ISiix Eliis is the winning shows that nineteen grades of American young people following an utterly innocard for Governor of Kentucky A wool average 03 per cent blither to day cent refined amusjment where a gentle Â¬ practical business man wHhJabllltypush than in the summer of 1800 At this man is expected to be a gentleman and rata tho gain in values of and wool and vim ho will inakoeucha governor aa the direct result of sheepProtective not rough or boisterous as in silly games the M Kentucky has not had in jeans Bill Tariff of 1697 reaches at least 100000- - or plays Ellis Why thb very name is a Damo- - 000 It will take a good deal of argu- Â¬ We only have to lead of Mrs Ella ment to persuade the American people crane lospirauoB that there is anything to object to In a MBride Rainy a philanthropist to know just what-- one woman can do in that at a single stroke add 100 - xiuEArrfca wufs a piiew m mmmi EIcy to the value of sfagla agricuN this world toward helping her fallow industry to say nothing of the offlc at the kwKh frf the po yfn actually so llttl oi futUM value and productiveaew of that crMtrs tacky ho will flhr Ur 8 nn ckU industry as the flock of aheep and clips SMriftM and know of so much aelothntM DativlHtT AiIvmh ih way of wool incrM0 each year under the in tbki world that to nttd of a worn lu mt figure it here in UrttknUUge whoa Hate ooeapUd In doing good for tinmiw oi rrowcuon Breckekridcie News others makes us realize that truly un Â¬ selfish individuals do actually exist on this mundane Bphero Mrs Ratney Is a simwnSittmmK SIX PAGES lilghiy gifted woman in music art and physical culture and enters into church and social life to put hor accomplish Â¬ ments lo pratlcal use Hor Boys Club numbers twenty and for which she has only two rules politeness and cleanliness which we know cart cover all sorts of moral and ethical questions No book in her library is too beautiful for a boy but his hands must be clean Sho en deavors the first thing with boys and girls to create a desire for good literature then she endeavors to inculcate a love for country her flag and thoughtfulnesa for anothers happiness She reports that in every iastance the worst boys have been reformed and benefited by r her treatment She has a club for girls and instructs them all herself in patch Â¬ ing mending darning button holes etc She reads to them and gives them social entertainmonts occasionally She helps people by finding them work In this beautiful life for others she has the full Â¬ est sympathy of her husband Now I call Mrs Rainey the new woman and tho very beet kind of a new woman The good she is doing cannot be caculat ed her influence is multiplying every day and sho proves what a grand unsel Â¬ fish woman is able to accomplish 3F -- - 1 I - f CLOTHING Ve begin to day Prepare Yourself for the the inclemencies of tho season by purchasing for yourself something that will keep you rA our Glosing Out Sale of MENS SUITS V T J c t t- McQUADY Luther Wilson has a new bicycle Owen Rice Tar Fork wasliere Thurs Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ day Chas Goff Tar Fork was here last week J T F Owen went to Hai dlnsburg Saturday St Marys Catholic Church is about completed Little Maltle Belle Jollyis very low with typhoid feyer Jas M Sapp went to his new farm last week to sow his wheat Bro White filled his regular monthly appointment at Corinth Sunday McQuady has rnted his farm near this place to W II Newman Subscribo for tho News and get the best and cleanest county paper in the state Miss Maggie Alvey Sorgho Daviess county is visiting friends and relatives here Mrs J W Pate and Miss June Mc- Â¬ Quady went to Hardinsburg shopping last week W D Wilson and family havo return- Â¬ ed from a pleasant visit to the hospitable home of J D Taul Magan Sheriffelect Y B Burton was in our town Wednesday wearing a double and twisted smilo over the result of the election A merry party of our young people attendod the dance at Chas Sherrions Kirk last Saturday and report a most enjoyable evening Tho protracted meeting at Corinth which was to have commenced on the second Sunday in this month has been postponed until the fourth Sunday JasM Sapp who has been tending the farm of his father-in-lanear this place has purchased a farm in Ohio county and will move there in a short time and is well liked by them and their par Â¬ ents Undqr his guidance the school has progressed as never before and though quite young some of the pupils will probably complete the common school course this term The school at this place is deserving of special mention We have a splendid teacher in the person of Mr Milton Coke and we much regret that we are to lose his services as he has secured a position in the Breckenridge Normal and will move to Hardinsburg at the close of this term Ho takes tho greatest interest in the advancements his pupils There has been a great deal of talk about a roller mill at this place and at last tho talk is beginning to materialize J B Bates is in Louisville this week buying the machinery the contracts have been let for the lumber digging of the lake etc and the mill will be in operation by the first of May This in Â¬ dustry is in the hands of enterprising people which insures its success and will be a great help to our little village Dry and Warm and thorohy save medicino S jh and doctore bills Notice these items ALL 1250 to 1650Suits go at 1000 flj 1000 Suits feo at S00 Suits so at Mackintoshes from 500 Suits go at - 750 500 350 TJ 250 to I 4 r 6 Other stores get from 1 to 3 more for no better quality t VESTS U AMWAAAAAAAAAfrAwUV j Rubber Shoes and Arties for Men Women and Children ranging in price from ClosingOut Sale Milinery - w 20c to 125 and right hero let us re mind you that these goods are of reliable makes and fresh from tho factory Having fully mado up my mind to close out my entire stock of Millinery goods I will from this date November 8th untilJanuary 1st mako Prices That Will Induce You to Buy whether you need anything in this lino or not I have a fall lino of Hats Feathers Ribbons and Nothing old or carried over Blankets and Comforts are now going very rapidly Our prices make them move for wo Velvets to themis tho timo Take Advantage of the Great Bargains Now whilo you nood that will bo offered you and why not Wont be Undersold Mrs H V Duncan vvyvvvyvvvvvAvAVAiSsJ i D Jpie Jffiealth Capes for the Ladies aro tho best selected in town and at such low prices that our city competitors aro not in it with us Como and see them ofthetair When is indicated by lb condition the natural secretions decrease when the hair becomes dry splits at the ends and comes outIncomblngf when the gloss disappears and the hair be-Â¬ comes gray or faded the tit health of the hair Is Indicated The success of AYERS HAIR VIGOR is due to the fact that It restores the organs to their natural vigor It encourages and promotes the secre-Â¬ tions of the hair follicles and thus gray or faded hair regains Its original color new growth begins and lost lus- Â¬ tre is tutored hair-produci- ng FOR SALE I sale my ontiro farm consisting fcf about 600 acres lvinc thrco milesjviSstof Glendoano Tho place is well improved about onahalf under cultivation It has on it three tenement houses and three barns and a good well For further par Â¬ ticulars Address fft FARMERS tlcalwNtttntFxli and Wbhfeep HaWtt cared at boo wKi outpaia Bsokojuur amwfc yjBflfl KwuuLiKrxn I will offer at privato Strictly One Price t Bring your Samples of Tobacco to Paeels - The Fair CLOVERPORT KY IN ALL GOODS HARKED PLAIN FIQURqS r actbry JAMES DEAN KY 3 Ibvuta W ar in the market and want to buy GLEHDEANE Â¬ JBPaeeJr B Toiwccftobt th hlr to kpju natural oolorndlipHlvcur ior miouu Ti o K YXAHT farBRMATMM r Twilsa It MUM 1 3 3 lUtuiiuiiuiurc CLOVEUPQUT that whn h Um april o tiuUfM tftko tloq m4 M W mmI riteMfebi rljr BImm at twootlteWiUarUtt My KY 1 i WtfUt night awl ing Mw thouuuM of oittt 1J tt aut thing Pa yoat Short Hynf TU City lud nil U IfgfaUd by olaetric UffhU ta all rWt th nt morn Â¬ CueaittU Oandr CrtwHIa tiM aort W6n wtriui mmukmu aeovrr oi ui et pica am guii wn mm rvrrwawr u we na pmihvoij on woey uver ana oowe eiMwuiaf um cum naanaou UHI StE3m5 our fiMimoMiea to fofi iSu olO DIIKMJBUOM i ievr naoiuuutUUonuipi HCiM to dy10 LMceuu CC i euro u nu UUJT yntem upi coM Ji A -- L S mi iJtJWifijfi ifi - vrrff Bt h -- tt - ---- it - TlfTrf1 BRECKENR1DGW NEWS BRANDENBURG What Does This ftcarii Prom The Atlanta Conitltullon fr 4 kV i 4 U7 T- I fTrWrrr II- - wtK That is a singular piece of news which llelJ over from WEDNESDAY NOVJfcMBEIt 17 1807 McLenn the Chicago Times Herald give to iho No mattorI thought whtther yes- Â¬ or ilanna fills that neat once occupied by public throng1 tho Associated lrbss CRbP REPORT will ever bow terday KENTUCKY None Allen G Thtirmao There Is a etrlko amorg tho coal u In inch within tho last two generations In reveronco to Another as to that old CURfCOHSTIPATlOH era in what is known ai the Northern nud that compared with his European CemlltloHs of Cropf and Live Stock Roman men whlto men contemporaries ho has been steadily coming along shouting Death to tho gave a rraj irlty to Mc Illinois district These Oar larjio cities ALL weightier in tho Bourbons I I sent out to invito thrco of November iat 1897 10 Americana at that have been labor Â¬ growing larger of limb Bcnlo and most significant of all lon Klnley in 00 In 97 these tame cities and DfUMtiOTSt tho ringleaders to confer witli mo aa to 50 for yeaifl under tho depression ger ing 25 lived New York Wcrrld went Democratic the currency question what they wanted nnd what It wns all iRSniHTRrY nnUP SNTRRD brought abont by tho Infamous gold The report for NovrniBfir is made up nmile the dtfTiirencc Ono of them wan Gambardollo You cant afford to risk your II in by about WEI fre 1 CTEHUMI KM W It Otleaw standard During that period they have J from replies received from 110 coires n great lender among tho fishermen Tuesdays vole should be nn ot j ct les- twice combined tooverthrow republican- Â¬ ntlowliicr a cold to develone into nnetimo More limn 82 cduntliB mo that thoy wnntod 400 pendents from oml nla or consumption Instant son lo aspiring leaders Bring out tho althiugh It was the n certain cure are adorned by relief Mln who Informed names ho had down in One Bourbons whoso the usual number of counties failed lo right man in 1000 and we will haveDtm ism in that state traditional al ute Cough Cure Short and Haynea party which held their n list and handed to mo scorticnrli I report tills montli and tho icpoit lor ocraticrulorgdn When in 1800 the lesuo be Â¬ h glance said Gentlemen pray sit down and let this Beason cannot claim to be hb full as Tho FollneM of Connlrjr Life us discuss tho question Now what do I am glad Van Wych Is to bo Mayor tween the people and their masters was for former months of Greater New York and if ho makes clearly formed the- Republicans went to In tho country ovory morning of tho you think Europo would sny whon it wheat the record that Moses II Grlnnell mado thoco old tlmo comrads and with tne yoar brings with It a now aspect of hoars that nndor tho government of The acreage seeded to wheat up to come to promise of International agreement In springing or fading nature a now duty Garibaldi and Gambnrdella 400 Bouraercago of that vast metropolis will havo Novomber 1st m compared to bo fulfilled upon earth and a now bons hnvo been killod rejoice Â¬ ono baud aud of Immediate prosperity to ROCKPORT IND lleinarks of corresBut my lord gcnoral says ho 1890 Is 00 per cent men to promlso or warning iu heaven No day Sugar king Haves Meyer has had an in the other they induced these pondents indicate that the present is without its innocent hopo its special do you not know tho way in which wo Abajs Ahead For Im Saw Repairing for nppendlcitle vote for the election of the Republican prudence its kindly gift and its sublimo havo been treated I myself havo been acreage will bo Increased should the oneration nerformed Mc Â¬ danger and in ovory procoss of wiso hus Â¬ in prisou and received 35 blows with a Fall plowlrg during henco tho break in the prion of sugar tlclot Tne appeal was successful Not One Complaint in season permit of BS and demise Kinley wai olected Ho took his place bandry and every effort of contending or stick Past Ycnr of Our Work November Figures on tho number of stocks last week The illit Why jny friend I said that is b conlngious in the White House He has had a full remedial courage The wholcsomo pasacres aro for this reaspn withheld until of our millionaires oecm to Tho many letters of high praise of our power I tho liu tho very point For having committed otcongrtsa through which he baa sions prldo nnd bodily of The Louisville Eveniug Tost mado a uefson next month yaunted protection borer aro excited aud oxcrtou in hap such liko brutalities tho government of work is evldencu that vra are ahead of the crop as compared valiant tight for tho Democratic ticket passed that much The condition Tho companionship of tho Bourbons has fallen And if wo others Hammering large circular saws piest unison c bill For one entire year Republicanism domestic nnd tho caro of serviceable ani Imitated thoir oxamplo all wo should Is our ep clalty aud bhwh that others with average years is 02s On November Mr ItlrhannV Knottis a h nrleep in un It Is soldier He battles for the tight and gold Blandaidlsm have been mals soften and eulargo his life with provo is that wo oursolvcsnro unworthy have failed on If on want satisfaction 1890 the condition was 00 let poesoeslon of the high places lowly charities and disclpllno him in of llborty With thoso and similar o 1 work and prices we guarantee it estimated that 10 per cent of tho crop ho exrVoBCB frnud wherevir it exiaiB He qlalilltd The country has passed from winter in Â¬ familiar wisdoms and unboostful forti- words I succccdod In soothing their rago lUin fell has no favors to ask havo to be resown wllL Address and from that moment Garabardolla from that into tudes whilo tho divlno laws of sood to the vernal season throughout the Slate on the night of It Is hard for the negroes in Louisville autumn and tho harveot has been gith time which cannot bo recalled harvest placed himself at tho head of a now October 31st and there is yet time torp to r alhsa that they have oat their chauco movement iu thoso days ovcry ono had to which the couutryhas which cannot bo hastoned and winter Rockport I int sow should it be necessary Only a of becoming policemen They fhould ered added no man cau work compel tho to bo at tho head of somo movoment btcnbleesed with dollar wheat owing in which and coveting of his heart and was in tho habit of making mo his Bmall proportion of the crop is above however fully reallzB that words of con impatience of providence in the old into labor too snbuiisaivo to bo anxious counsolor nnd acting nccordiug to my ground and jn somo cases it is coming dolenco from their Kepnbllcan managers to an ailliction world aud no thanks to Republicanism and rest too sweot to bo wautou Johu advice Garibaldi got to know him later up in spota hore and there through the aro as chaff and thistle down WITH Yet alter all this what Is the sltua nnd liked him very much But ono Ruskiu fields We renp as we sow We hear that tioh morning tho poor man was stabbed in The editor of The Times Herald No complaint is inado of damage from qul often This Is only half truth wo Small pill Bate pill DeWitfs Little tho street Contemporary Rovlow personal friend of McKinley CO insects save hi Christian county wlere reap as others have sown Wo are heirs is the closo Early Risers cure biliousness constipaHe was one of thoso who carried on the iNCORrORATID two correspondents report worms doing to the past if good and ill and all tho Hay Short sick headache C Berry ono of the best knoTn J inclpfent campaign preliminary to tho tion aud great damage 313 310 Chapel Street llct Main and Market nnd 2 1 0 220 Tenth Street citizens of Spencer Mo testifies that he million on millions of men who have national Republican convention and nes IIOOH LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY prepared tho cured himself of tho worst kind of piles gone before havo for us Proud of the Capital made possible tin nomination of his Tho condition of bogi being fattoned way by using a few boxes of DdWltts Witch Tho people of tho country aro fond of friend no of all men should be the to for market compared with average years He had been troubled Hazel Salve Not much interest eecms to have been first to be able lo paint in glowing thoir capital Moro than tho Washing 87 The dry weather has been unfavor- Â¬ is Independent Warehouse Iour Months Storage Tree of the vote on colors the tucctas of this R pnbllcanism tonians themselves they havo seen tho with piles for over thirty years and had here in the result able for fetdlng and tho hist results taken Washington for used many different kinds of medicine Â¬ Mnrk your hogsheads BUCKNER TOBACCO WAREHOUSE the Constitutional Amendment and it which was to do bo mucli for the pros wonderful progress of somo of them ex Â¬ have not boon secured Cholera Ja not but DeWitts was the ono that did the been hard to make an es Â¬ perity of the people It is from the pen by visits at intervals prevailing to any great extent 35 corres- 8 oms to havo tending over yoars thoy havo mot with work and lie will verify this statement m voto It stood in the of this tditor that comts tho information of tho im some contrasts which tell tho story to If any one wIsheB to write him Short pondents report cholera while 80 corres timate 1 total llayu b county havo been absent and failed printed yesterday tho spectator moro thoroughly than connone- pondents report to lfcarn Chinese miners are to take the stant living in tho city could da Indif Â¬ CATTLK An Old Age ferent parts of tho country wo hnvo plate of Americans in the Northern A national quarantine will be consid- Â¬ of cattle Is 80 Pastures The condition Moralists nnd philosophers havo dono heard pooplo discuss tho growth of Illinois district Au attempt will be next Congress The South Â¬ falfed In some sections rs early as Sp ered by our Washington with prido nud relato tho tholr best when thoy hnvo thomsolves made to b eak the strike that exists tember 1st and slnco that time tho con- Â¬ ern States have beftun to nalzi that comparisons of thoir various visits Tho reached that timo of life to oulogize and the skilled cehstlals havo been but thoy do uotdecoivo ovaa old ugo dition has Btiadily fallen off Feeding tht y cannot copo with the yellow fever man who wns there 10 or 20 years ago plcktd up for tho work They will Theso old gentlemen neceesary durlrg the entire disease and the sutj ct has become a who goes again this yonr takes a tho young and has been uth- of all bear aim live inside a gitling talo back homo which ho nover tiros of says yomh with its callow cynicism month and many farmers have put thir most vivfd one in the minds theS nro foxes who navo lost moir iuiisv gun equipped stockade and be body tolling herds on the market lor what they em people And not only will Wnshincton havo Thoy havo dono tho samo thing with guarded by 100 former ChlcKgo po- Â¬ with McKinley took the I believe Piesident would brlng rather than contend no rival in tho sense of competition but poverty nud with tho samo ill sucooss lice An airent of the Chinese Six the many diflhultus in tho way of a oath of his high office with a deeiro to do It is destined to bo beautiful beyond any It bns had no exhilarating effect upon Companies was in Chlccgi last week supply of water and tho long feeding right and I believe he will do bo if his MANAOtW other city or nny other capital iu tho poor people Tho reasons why old men JJU1 YA C and made a contract with the Gen Â¬ season intervening between now and own party will allow him Ho s siid to world What has beon dono is simply hnvo written in praiso of old ago are eral Wiimiugton Coal Company to Spring grazing The supply of cattle is bo weak Lot him prove to the contrary an earnest of what is to como It will not far to seek thoy say with Johnson deliver 800 Chinamen at tho mines Do not lot us dlscouragoouoanothor bo tho capital of society as well as poliby takltg action in Una Civil S srvice for this reason very low of the Wllmlngton Braldwood dis tics Art and education will follow and Thoy nro in for it and tlioy maKo tuo 1IQH8E9 AND MULES conspiracy on hand already it is a fact that moro learned boat ot it It is not well to cry stinking tiict The fitst consignment of The condition of horses averages 87 Democratic victories or Republican next and authoritative men can bo gathered Osh Moreover thcra Is a natural tendChinamen will be there on Tiie price of young horses and muleB ones have no effect on Dame Fashion in au audience In that city than any Â¬ ency among woll priuciplod persons to Thursday and others as soon aa pro-Â¬ has been greatly affected by the increas- and her votaries The season is on in make light of tho ills of hunmniiy where elso in the country In fact Balof vision cau bo made to take care ed cost of carrying through tho winter our cities and higli carnlyal is reigning They fancy thoy aro paying n complitimore Is glad to bo so near Washington them Arrangements for an addi- Â¬ ment to Providence and perhaps ovon and the demaud that had sprung up for Beauty drew balle music flowers are Baltimore American We fully realize your thoughts when the idea of tional 1000 Chinese minora have conciliating it this class of stock as well as the Improve- Â¬ all in order when fair woman roigns Thoro nro many old men who say of Ilttlo children be Â¬ been made conditional on the sue having dental work done comes but nevertheless There is no need ment in price has disappeared queen and chivalrous man pays homage ciBi of those engaged Elaborate ing tortured by scald heads ewrai and and quite truthfully that thoy would BIIEEI tiiey must have attention anil tne sooner tne uetter On the train last Saturday I met sever if they could but preparations haye been completed to eruption DeWltta Witch Hzel Salye not bo young ngaiu not of course that Sheep show a condition of 90 and have al friends The Kev S IL Lovelac was We arc prepared to do your work with a guarantee thoy mcau is take caro of the first 800 Chinamen gives instant relief and cures permanent- - what withstood the trying conditions probably bound for Madisbnvillo to fill his ap Â¬ thoy would not oxohango weakness for to give satisfaction nt exceedingly low prices and to give them ample protection ly Short and Hay lies better than Mny class of stock Btrongth aud disillusion for hopo but pointment His family will remain in We will be at Irvington on Wcdnefday nnd Thursday after the TUB DROUTH What a pretty picture this description that thoy havo no desiro to livo thoir Tb Procei of Elimination Parkland till June on account of schools It is to your interest to consult us ended with the rain over again Tho clinging to exist- - fourth Monday of each month makes The drouth which I havo just soon tho man you nro lives Bro Lovelace looks well and remembers oven vory Thousand of Americans witli thout on night of October 31st was in extent this church with much pleasure Mr looking for 6uld tho oxcited citizen to enco that wo so ofton boo in lovo of WILDER Brandenburg Ey HARDIN It old men docs not ariso from of duration one of the severest on re- Â¬ O Roland Bryan was on his way to ands ofwomeu and children dependent tho detoctlvo Popo sitting by Sir Godfrey Knollors Whoror cord Its effect on crops however was Stephensport jubilant over the resulta upon them for Bupport are to bo turned dcathbod nnd finding him much dispirIn tho suburb whoro I resldo mitigated by the fact that it did not stt of tho elections Judge Mercer of Har out of employment turned out of their been n good man ETC PENMANSHIP BOOK EEEPINO SHOBT HAND TELEOHAPHY I am much obliged to you ropllod ited told him ho had go to heaven winter in until crops were saved or advanced dlusburg was another whom I hadnt homes In the cold and pitiless tho detoctlvo as ho took out a map and and would doubtless was tho doplor to a stage where serious injury was Im seensincowe were pupils in D O Cul to go starving or begging as they may crossed off n spaco on it Ah my good friend I wish God places are to be taken by possible Aro you not going to send a man out ablo but pathotio reply The Judge said something while their le s school It was - The western flection of tho State was would let mo stay at Whitton Chinese slaves imported for the ex there about his growing old not I you nreased decradatlon of white labor Whitthe flrat to feel itsetrects or to be mora know There would bo no uso of that Ho not howovcr tho attractions of James Who desires to better bis or her condition in life should write fov his mind These slaves are to be auarded by gatling is too smart to stay in tho narao place ton that ho had in Century exact a section a short distance west of tho Catalogue of tho Payu in Nineteenth The voto last Tufsday showed raBt guns and a regiment of police Shot aud long Still your information holps some the central portion of tho Sfoto com Â¬ coLcusively that tho good old Democrat shell aud cauleter awalta the appearance It points out a spot whero wo can bo prising a strip extending from Daviess KY OOISVl No 400 THIBD STBEET After usinea 10 cent trial th of Eyr Wash to the Ten Â¬ IP party is still the party of the people of the trembling Americans if they nrottv suro tho criminal is not and Hancock counties south Cream Balm you will be Bure to buy the Republican misrule was manifest not should venture to come within sight for ington Stat nessee line Here the drouth sit in as 50 cent size Cream Balm has no r ual in our own dear negotiation Not only this but the In- Â¬ You cant cure consumption but you early as June 20th and the damga to only iu New York but Kentucky Gov Black is not the only formation Is given that another thous- Â¬ can avoid it and cure- - every other form in curing catarrh and cold In the head tho corn crop alono is enormous hut bigol Meepy Ouloni he is not the only egotist extant and of these slavish laborers are to be of throat and lung trouble by the uso of Ask yonr druggist for it or send 10 cent father west the early corn had reached a Tho Loijdou Medical PrcbS asserts rsoai Kriniina w I am with the Courier Journal of last Imported upon the Buccets of the pres- Â¬ One Minute Cough Cure Short A to us stage where a fair crop was asauroJ be- Â¬ that somo plants sleep through tho rainy ELY BROS CO Warren St N Y City it was made ent movement Then we will be pre- Â¬ Thursday The issueaa during periods of drought Haynes fore the effect of the drouth waa fait Is just as essential to I Buffered from Catarrh three yiars season otherscold Farmers aro rather of white American Gradually It oxtended oast until by has been fought out and the verdict is sented with a sightchildren crying for used of heat or of I It got so bad I could not work accept it How- - men women and The Home ot m Oenlas to weeds over going success In business August 20th the entire State was in its unmistakable and I am Bkoptical about of beg for no meroy I ask no bread as the pitiless windstheirthe great Beethovon was born in a small house two bottles ot Elys Cream Balm and sloop nnd it is hard to realizo that nn forms as grasp and from that date unti October over I region ruthlessly pelt as your rating with without it onion bed is nightly wrapped in balmy your fireside for I havo not lake wander through the valleys of in Bourn His father had luhorltod the entirely well I would not be tuoy 31st only local showers of tho slightest seat by Bos Yet scienco in this matter is A O Clark 311 Shawmut Ave Ylco of drinking and often Beethoven slumber nny of the merchan to tho overshadow northern Illinois The stars and stripes character occurred Addud to this ex- changed my views as were obllgod ton St too woll fortified to bo doubted 1890 I simply accept the will be run up over the worse thau con- Â¬ and his younger brother father homo tile agencies Write heat prevailed to such au extent ing issue of treme iutoxlcated Louis Globo Dcmocrat decisive vote I never vict camps ol slavish Chinese working to tnko their II amort of Shorthand that streams and eprings thai wero never verdict given by a the Republicans into for starvation prices aud protected by the He was never known to utter an unkiud us for prices and Where AU Are Interested Tho conforonco of shorthand writors American jiniform while all around word about tho man who had mado hi known to fall before dried up and the would have voted gjuld I have supported them will be mounted the frowning gat youth bo unhappy and ho novor failed In connection with tho colobration of samples All work A significant ovidenco of Scotch good water upplybad become tbe most ser Â¬ power neither of the two evils ling to mow down those very men who to resent it when a third person spoko tho diamond jubileoof Pitmans systom Beriso is afforded by tho signs on tho guaranteed ious question that ever confronted the Mr Bryan perhaps but hence had I been voted for McKinloy last fall Take it size uncharitably of his fathers frailty discussal somo nunsunl applications of chairs and bouches in tho Glasgow farmers and cltiz sua gonerajly o Ken Â¬ choose ye the least There is Republicanism I thus Vnnntr riMlthnVMl W8S thus taught Protect your property shorthand Ono forvld gentleman en- Â¬ parks forced to a decision the rooster would it up measure it and pass your judgment Breckenridge News tucky many a sovoro lesson In tho hard school larged on tho advantages of tho swift reminding each citizen that ho is part Thqt the sound upon it became too hard to havo been recognized The ground early But his trials wero not art ns a help to courtship How much owner nnd has interests which ho must of adversity 5 s are dissatisfied with plow and wheat seeding came to a stand money Democrats without advantago to him They gavo gushing affection tbo speaker nsked caro for Iron texture which evaporates in tho procoss of writiuglovo except in corn and tobacco land the present administration is a palpable to his character that still Mr McKinley and his party have upheld him under his heaviest burdens letters in long hand Tho shorthand Some early sown whoat found sufficient fact At the Law Office of relation to the DR MENDENH ALLS writing awain penning hi tender episit to reach the surface ignored all promises in moisture to enable Every mother Something To Know currency but Instead have devoted tles to tho pbonogrnphlo maiden is freoÂ¬ IMPROVED where it war exposed to the burning sun feels an indes- Â¬ V G BABBAGE It may be worth something to know from this difficulty His intouscst feel a revision pt the tariff and drying winds for a period of Jrom themselves to cribable dread that the very best medicine for restoring ings ho can express in fluent strokes and CUBE IN IIARDIFSUUUO A Sound money men have been displaced four to six weeks with what result of the pain and the tired out nervous system tq a heal Â¬ curves tho moraont thoy stir within do npt believe snerpostion brouaht up an You be told until recont rains have No f polls awarded I cannot dancer attend thy vigor s Electiio Bitters This medi Â¬ iiim Thla they Bought any but putting negroes into speakor who favored time to show what can be done in the ant upon the cine Is purely vegetable acts by glvinR other a littlo reminiscence his hearers A Diw MortgagH or any writ- Â¬ offices in the South certainly In romota way of reviving parched vegetation important with most critical pe- Â¬ tone to the nerve centres in the stomach ten instrument drawn Rest shows no gratitude and hide bound pal ho had dosired to put to n certain days The wheat crop lias been pQstponejl to buy or sell a piece of land riod of her life gently stimulates the Llverand Kidneys young lady a cortain question to which The people spoke out last when a favorable Winter will be tUanatiin a time jf Becoming a and aids theso organs in throwing off im- - ho fejt difficulty in giving uttcranco A Collections made and rvmltvT required for an average crop altbouh Tuesday HfWcf ho anc s prompt mother should be purities In the blood Electric Bitters happy thought struck him tho would sway JaeUmcea may bo cited where syra paper in tho question The wpnrtcold I ever had In my life Copylmi doue on the Call a source of joy improve the appetite aids digestion and put of shorthand on This would bo mys aa late as No wheat sown lathis State Cough fcifev was cured by Chamberlains graph the beet type writer to all but the is pronounced by those who have tried bols to tho lady sho would nsk blm vebetOth1 has produced good yield Remedy writvn W II Norton e Sut Â¬ in the world suffering and it aa he very beat blood purifier and torlouB tho quostlon and his difficulties tV outcome of the wheat crop of 1893 ter Creek Col to read Thtacohl left roe with the ordeal make nerve tonic Try It Sold for 50c or would t onco disappear Man proposes JefiuJfl to an unusual extent upon a a cough aatt I Wm expectorating all the danger of 1 00 per bottle at Short A Haynea Drng its anticipation one of misery but things do not always work out as ho hI of favorable circumstances time The Rewdy cured me and I dosiros Tho young lady exhibited uo It ia pow too lie to expect any benefit want all of - my fj when troubled curiosity butqulotlypockotod tho short 1h tfce way of supplying Itinerated to jMwtuKH with a cough Q ceiijmy it f6r it will hand At tho uoxt interviow with hor Office an 6 SI CmtflHji gflK and feeding will have to ba do thejn good Bold by A R Fiher la lpvor sho calmly told him that aha bad AuiNc Texas November 01807 the remedv which relieve Mr J D Jlabbjf prepared view of the continued Dotlitrj n all Its HraoohM p actliai sa4 unraveled his moasago and was eetlwd In Oloyerport aud R A Shellmaa 8teph- all optratloni pofformxl n ta mott tktllfol women of Ute great pain and suf- Â¬ e4 feed already expended in ad to give an afflrraativo roply Tho wily Dcar Sir Enclosed ia 1 one dollar OUAIUNTEED TO CUBE enspoit manner at prloei to lait the tlmi fering incident to maternity ttoii for the BEctKNRiEiK News which in- - maiden had sout tho ehorthaud prppowil vance of lb usual time when feeding CHILLS AMD FEVER Work s peclIty Crown ana Brlii is dreaded as woman s atead of sending to Duncan Arizona Isaac-- Pitman who had Buppllod to Blr hour which The Cojored Teachtri begins It bebooww ue to practice mOre And Malaria In sU Vomu TW ts- k- SaS titractoJ rUUy Without isla Kenulue without thn boe plctura aud tft severest trial is not only mad you will please send to this place aa w hor with tho translation Westminster usual economy in feeding dur Amteck than the Tin Colored Teachers County Itfnaturu of J O Mf ndxnhall tne danger is re Â¬ have itiaerated Ibc the New Mfxlto Gazette Next VwHtplsta BeHlal IuoAMooinr iag Ow winter tkw convened at Gyerport Ky Oct paintessbutall Price SO cents at all Dealws who use Coafarefice waa held lfst month and moved by its use Those iHHHlirH iHaiavHM Cemmlstoner of Agriculture BY PREPARCOONLY 31st 1807 no longer d at oW enjoy lag the partoaaKdand The Precedent Prof Driakell ealM this remedy are JT O XMf ti CtN BlHtw Glh spontknt or gloomy nervousness pee4 aal lilh altltmk of the substan EVAVILLE IND k order Fifteen teclwt I mBmtH far weeks with eoHe and thJeu distresfng con Â¬ tial eouaty aeat oi JJrawter aeaaty were preMttt Ech took m active prt MUMwa and other caused by WlkuM During a third of n ceutury l Ji pIw la yso eh m n aXxjKMMM BtufiM nini MM Sold by SHORT EA1MW arc avoided thYystem U VaiySlacarely has hevrr failed to drive out velr ms axul bd to tak medlcliw all the in the acuKetto 8upfciUmdeHt brought dition ready for the coming event mad blood impurities F OowW- all Man Howard S a-si The CouMy Miiiifis mi while iiaiU I nasd Qtouabsrlalus Colic apd the snotu accidentsso com Â¬ K waay vlMbie po4ata rMtv M and Disrrbss Remedy wfclcta mon to tke critical hour rVrawa whoMfter from W wiinn u MftoiatloA wwk be ute of HoUnC tu dl 3Em4 OuSfc nfarttUI mwM f obviated by MwqclsHoM itttMwd a Tf Hb Tk 4 ttnpi jfcijr pwtH MttC 4 Certain cure for icroruja pimples is bitting to vwt -y U taip fl tommr mm j bolls itt fact the time tested spriM IMM tvnrvemn rm ton wpoarostwr thaata M Um Qloyrpot pof o Sold by druggists and ami fetal wmlta by unit Ova Mln asediciiie P Mi by a ot Uli iKliuu MW Fto blHoos oolk can wrd pflT the at-- avatioM iTIck merchants evexywl nCpugh Cutfc UlaqaiaJ-Mbtoiwin- -dy to mat Tho NKoefotiba adjourn S-tula wsosdy an soou M Bioulo r P s vvi old wd all lo ao4gU li number Uli at Irvinaton In a lolnt MUft OMtelBlav tavftliubia imlormtMa t I ntejrP n ajpsr Hold by A - I rwrHmlc ta Ulsvarsxtr III mm wwm titmbli Sbeit A Hajr-tkra ad tWtl nwi aoawsa ey mlHnHw Otot wpow anfl u a wen- WT lil Wf WW UuL ST CX Â¬ h lt iuir Aft tifditirltf ilttitt Recent athloHo t ticords show that Our young mon aro surpassing tholr prodo cossors Iu nearly ovory lino of muscular performance It has boon demonstrated moreover that tho nvorago American mau has bocomo tailor by nt least ono and tfc ftenpulJtanli Did yon hnvo nny dlfllcully wltli None I naked tho Neapolitans said Turn Tho following oplsodo will givo you nn idea of our relations 1 Dem Â¬ onstrations wcro tho order of the day I had only been governor of Naples two days whon looking out of my windows at tho Palazzo Forcstaria I saw nu Im menso crowd of about 10000 persons 6ttetal fiitt UI 1 mm ammm4tm ANDY CATMBltt JI 2SSKr2EaV53E fwir Â¬ lVg ROCKPORT - Â¬ SAW WORKS nPHH Son Â¬ wide-n-wa- Â¬ Â¬ Rockport Saw Works A Dutschke Â¬ BUCKNER Special TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Given Attention Private Sales Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ j ll Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Health Depends Upon Your Teeth Being in Order Good jfcjV 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ o BRYANT STRATTON iS SS i innn Â¬ 1 Baby Mine Â¬ GILL IM i Can Get MOTHERS FRIEND Jv iQsf iKi IHF B 11 asM--- a k J C BUSH D D S aawt Â¬ Ki Â¬ WINTERSMITHS MEN1I3NI311 MADE ME A MAN flaM IblnrMonaeM w trmk PHd tlia4eia bytag i hl ol The Time Tested DO YOU TRAVKL SARSAPAR1LLA f SvtJSl JtVTJ A-o O Vqamtkwrf scrk t of wmgm At 1 si iSTsi3l xxzzzzmr nvJlffPl sarrxiarewwcir iT lr f fWB OtxOVfeRPOHT BftECKfcNRIDGE KY WMffMSlttS CLOVCRfMT 1 GREGORY SfNMfMt csl ArmM NEWS 17 winKufiM The y NaVKMKU I travelers especially boforo and aftor from TheNw YorkTlmes1 thunderstorms flashes of lightning and Undoabtwlly tlm popular notion of ttie claps of thunder which aro so terrify Â¬ Klondike ngtonlia become that it Is a ing to blprds aud quadrupeds soom to placer which will 15 Mclmrutcd ol Its havo the greatestcharm and delight for these members of tho serpent family iracr gtd Unlit one or summer Whenever a thnndorstorm comes np eewon atfil will then revive forever to thoy havo a regular plcnlo Thoy como tte primitive wlllu lnAmlMvgry That crawling but of holes from behind Iim benM iho citao vvHU rtgoM mncli rooks nrid rotten stumps and enjoy tho fun whiloit lasts Their naturo Is quar raoro favored iliiUnre 1U inspect nf cli mato than the reglona witliln the Arctic relsorao their character fierce and thoy 01rclot whrre Co14 anil darkoesi reign aro aggrcssivo In n high degree although much mora tlinu half the jrfftr But their markings ara very beautiful Thoy aro not poisonous howovor their bark there aro very trustworihy agna Hint It worso than tholr blto Chicago Hocordis will not bo the case wfth the Klondike Tbe formation t the Yukon Company Lelgtitona Clmabue with a capital of 310000000 and ihe list In describing a visit paid to tho lato f names given in connection with it Lord Loighton ilrs Tooloy said that denoto that shrewed Investors who do tho artist on that occasion referred to aot mako their Invfstinenis except on tho success of his first picturo of noto Cimabuo nnd to tho fact which evi trustworthy Information believo In the dently still pained him that his noxt future of this renion picturo Orphous was greatly ridSuch preparations m they aro making iculed would be extravagant and almost absurd Whero Is tho picturo now ho wns If the available wealth of the Kondike asked Dont I wish I knowl ho replied could bo gither d In a season or two It would bo worth n fortuno to mo at The fbet which they have proj cted And thatwasalltho and the bulUiruK of which Js already In tho present timo rofcrenco ho made to it progress Indicates their belief in u perTho curious part of tho incident how manent business for It Their st amors over lies in tho fact that after his and tus might indeed be available for death tho canvas of this very picturo other utei after the crazV was over Was discovered rolled up and thrown But the twenty o id river barges which away in tho coal cellar Strand Mag Â¬ thoy have also ordered aro not available azine except foMhe special service for which The three year old boy of J A John- Â¬ theyaredesignednndit is hardly con- Â¬ son of Lynn Center III is subject to ceivable that such a number of them attacks of croup Mr Johnson says ho shouldbo expected to pay for themselves js satisfied that tho timely uso of Cham- Â¬ ami return a prollt besides out of the berlains Cough Remedy during a severo proceeds of a single short seasons busi- Â¬ attack saved his little boys Iifo Ho Is ness in the drug business a member of the Still mora sig liflomt of tho belief oi firm of Johnson Bros of that place and tho Investors in the future of the Klon- Â¬ thoy handle a great many patent medi- Â¬ dike la their determination to construct cines for throat and lung diseases Ho a railroad over tho Ohilkoot Iass The had all these to chooso from and skilled cost of construction must bo enormous physicians ready to respond to his call and this as well as tho equipment will but selected this remedy for use in his be absolutely worthless as soon as the own family at a time when his childs region is abandoned Yet the con- life was in dargir because he know it struction of the road is determined upon to be superior to any other and famous Thero seems no doubt of the construction the country over for Its cures of croup also of a road from tho Canadian side Mr Johnson says tills is the best selling which presents engineering difficulties cough medicine they handle and that it and difficulties of operation perhaps gives splendid satisfaction in all cases even more formidable Unless tho men Sold by A It Fisher Cioverport and V who have staked most upon their judg Â¬ K A Shellman Stephensport 1 ment prove to bo wildly wrong the lie Would Hut Klondike rrgon will bs a considerable Ono of tho guardians of Prospect park factor in the commerce of mankind for Brooklyn is n beliovor in matrimony many years to come This is Barney who dovotcs his timo to spearing stray leaves which dosccrato Bucklens Arnica Salve The Bkst Salve in tho world for Cuts tho parks clean lawns Barney is a pio Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Kheum Fe turcsquo figure and visitors to tho park t ver bonfi Tetter Chapprd Hands Chil- Â¬ who aro conversationally inclined novcr f fall to most blains Corns and all Skin Eruptions aro of aask him questions Ono of which personal naturo of tho first and postively cuits Piles or no pay re- Â¬ questions always Is How old aro you quired It is guaranteed to give perfect Barney Ono hundred and five Bar satisfaction or money refunded Price noy Invariably answers with great chcor fulness Now tho park people who know 25 cents per box Fob Sale by Short Barney best bollovo this to be something Ilaynes of an exaggeration for though Barney The I 1898 Almanac and Paper has undoubtedly lived tho allotted span We ar informed J hat tho 1808 Alma- - of a mans Mfo thero is no reason to m Hicks is now ready think that ho has bcon allowed to proAlt ana judging from its past history it will long his stay in this terrestrial sphcro not be many weeks in finding its way so much boyond that poriod but whether into homis and effices all over America Barney considers tho question too per- Â¬ sonal torcquiro strictly truthful reply c lUs much hirgi T and finer than any pre or whether ho has lived more years than vious issue It contains 110 pages in ho can count correctly his answer is al- Â¬ splendidly printed aud illustrated on ways tho same 105 lino book paper haing tho finest por- Â¬ Aro you married Barney tho con- Â¬ trait ever given of Prof Hicks It can versation making visitor noxt inquires no longer bo denied that the publications and to that quostion Barney answers ofProf Hicks havo become a necessity to with equal roadiuess Oh yes thrco tlraesl That is another frank answer the family and commercial life of this which might bo supposed to satisfy the a country His journal Woiid ANn Wobkb but one s aside from its storm weather and astron- Â¬ visitors curiosityfurther curious ques tioner went still I seo you aro omical featurep has taken rank with the a beliovor In matrimony ho said but f - 11 if n a ueai lueiary sciennuc ana lamlly magÂ¬ why dont you mnrry a fourth timo azines of the age Do not believe hear Â¬ Thou Barnoy grew confidential though F Well I would ho V say and reports See tho Hicks Alma- Â¬ still cheerful Disfigurement for life by burns or n nac and paper for ourself You will said but you see tho old woman shos not dead yet Now York Times scalds may be avoided by using DoWltt tt then know why they are so popular -They are educators of the millions and 0 Tho way to cure a cough is to stop the Wjtch Hazel Salve tho great remedy for piles and for all kinds of sores nnd skin unrlvaed safeguards to property and hu Â¬ coughing Dr Bells man life It is matter of simple record cuts the mucuotis heals the lungs and troubles Short A Ilaynes that Prof Ilicks has foretold for many bronchlcal tubes quickly Cures grip Animals In Oroupa years all great storms fbode drouth cough in ono night Guaranteed by all Tho ingenuity of tho sportsman is over all tho country Tho Almanac dealers porhaps no better illustrated than by tho uso ho puts tho English language to alone is 2o cents a copy The paper is in designating particular groups of ani100 a year with tho Alminac as a pre Â¬ The Wild Ilurtci of ArUona Tho following is n list of tho mium Seud to There must bo 20000 head of wild mals which have been applied to tho Worm am WoitKs Tun Co horses in northern Arizona said Will terms various classes A covoy of partridges 8 Barnes ono of the largest cattlo own2201 Locust St St Louis Mo tl of pheasants n wisp of snipo a ers in Navajo county recently They a nido of doves J flight or swallows a muster of Bloomfieid Mo Feb 15th JSU7 are tho worst nuisanco that can bo imin JO Mendeuhall Evansville Ind agined It has reached tho point when peacocks n sicgo of herons a building of rooks a brood of gronso a stand of ra Dear Sir Wo do not hesitate tore wo cannot safely turn out a riding horso plover a watch of nightingales a clatst commed your Improved Chill and Fover to grazo Wo havo to keep our saddle tering of doughs a herd or bunch of hi Cure ai vu have sdIJ a great deal of it animals and round up horses stabled all cattlo a flock of geeso a bovyof quails ol winter or bring them down to Pbenii durlug the last tar all on a guarantee a cast of hawks n swarm of bees a bi and have not had a single bottlo returned for pusturago Tho wild stock not only school of whales a shoal of herrings a cat tho food that ought to go to tho cath failing to give satisfaction herd of swiuo a skulk of foxes n pack tlo but thoy run cattlo off tho range Youra very truly Thoy havo chased off all tho cattlo from of wolvos n drovo of oxon a sounder of hogs a troop of moukoys a prido of Hko II CaossEK A Co tho west end of tho Hash Knlfo range lions a slouth of bears a gang of elk one of tho best gross districts in northIliiUliled tb eastern Arizona It is useless to put out Tbat rwipul inilnal hcomstohavo salt for tho stock for tho wild horses had riitlu r Uio Lector it remarked tho chaso away tho cattlo Grave 1 that come near Snatched from frit iul tho it At Int tullcutno lit llll nttllleri tin ilatnnllrn fat and this season of hides year thoy are Nut havo shining Thoy sweep oughdrawinglitinsiolf up haughtily Wovo over tho country in Â¬ In tho it him bo frightened ho doesnt daro ing up nuy stray great bands gather animals thoy may faco whero wo arc his Wash- como across A horso is ns good as lost Tl ingou Star that joins them Cor St Louis ca Olobo Democrat a A LITTLE SUFFERER ru KMMtfce 4m Cpuc 1W yet they aro often encountered bypraWlo Bnnlcee That USef Thunder Ono of tho wonders of tho bare sandy plains of New Mexico Is tho thaador snakes Thoy aro by no moans common Won 911 Bluff Â¬ lra Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ K Â¬ Â¬ That case in Malno recalls nn inci Hicks 1 supposo that Feldspar has 9 dent in my own oxperlenco said tho largo clrclo of friends lawyer who profits largoly upou tho Wicks Well if not a large circle matrimonial troubles Of others Thero there are many rounders ambag them v1 jgnr g was h rich widow living in tho town Ilottou Transcript mm whero I began prnctico and after her weeds wero discarded sho was given Too Many Thanks over to tho lighter ways of society Sho Sho Dont yon find journalism rather eSssajBjSjaBjafsJaaSMJM wns especially rrono to flirtation at her thankless work favorlto suromir resort nnd her engage Ho Oh not Almost everything I ments thero woro hold ns lightly as thoso write Is returned with thanks ilek of tho veriest summer girl Her return Md Up homo from a summer of unusual brll Useless lleadlnge lianco was followed in n short timo by a Kansas City Montana Sparo mo sho moaned rcspcctablo looking gontlemnn of 80 who But ho was unrelenting showod his business qualities by walk Â¬ Colorado Pacific Coast No ho nnswerod Ill sot spare ing Into my offico and putting down a yon a cent Cincinnati Euquiror handsomo retainer boforo talking busi Granny Metcalfe Utah Washington Omaha ness Plenty of Time Now sir ho stated with ndmirablo Witness YolL Judgo Ill toll you directness I want you to begin a 00 I am IT yttri 14 kd hurt bs4 bol kit f itf all I know Paul Nebraska aad Ubc rtntdltt thai b art aU darlaf 000 suit against this wealthy widow my IliVi aal fr lb beaafli f tho aaefertac I will Judgo All right go ahead There thai I kava aartf att4 a7 rtmed tqal to Da Biixa Slip gavo mo an unqualified promlso of Ftaa TAtttoPtlf ItKifM bIcK aait fMrmit tt Black Hills marriago and now refuses tu mako it ard two minutos yet boforo time to ad lief Ib grippe a wtll aiatatr vmfta WokNp Ula Brooklyn Life ar Iioqh all tat tlm bb4 vbM t b wltaaat tt good Men havo hearts to break and journ MbsU A MBtiLra130B0BUi4UiBtra4cBK VIA prido to humlliato just ns women havo Ber Unreasonable rapa and I proposo to striko n blow for my DR BELLS Sho I am so sorry Goorge I told BOX you papa would not givo his consent Would you compromise Ho It would have been all right if VESTIBULED TRAINS Pine-Tar-Hon- ey Yes In caso you so ndviso but not something to boot ho for less than half tiro sum named and n Nowhadnt wanted SLEEPERS DINING CARS York Truth written apology from her if it would CHAIR OARS holp any in tho matter of a settlement Fashion la Hair out of court I havo tho affidavits of half r M HUGO TRAVPABS f AOENTST LOUIS MO a dozen poor dovils that sho has thrown HOWARD ELLIOTT OENX MCR ST LOUI8 Ma over from timo to timo lWiWAKELCOENLPASSnAQTsrLOUISMa Tho widow stormed nnd fumed and gtsta or sent upon receipt Is sold by all drag pr bottle by thon capitulated Sho couldnt faco tho of price 25c 60c and r4ank tj prospect of having her foolish flirtations TIaEJC atkrhi4 BMlMaa Ca blazoned beforo tho public After sho had woddod again and gono abroad my HATNES Sold by SHORT olicnt mndo this admission to mo I wns novor engaged to that widow and Why Rent When You Can Own had sho proposod to sottlo by marrying mq I would havo run I took chances on You rent year after year and have no her forgetting just whom sho did prom farn when you get through The land- Â¬ Dotrolt iso to marry and I won lord has your money and tho farm at the FrcoPross We offer you Ohio end of the year The First Cab River Bottom land In Ballard county one Liko tho buses cabs wero introduced of tho best counties in Kentucky on the from Paris but somo ten years earlier toljonlngreasonablo terms or say about 1830 Although its typo BIX tsAr rLAN was not at all sottled tho cabriolet was 700 00 60 acres at 1400 per aero a little hoodshaped vehicle qnlto abovo Weve had the loaf and weve had the bun Cash 6000 its axlo and theroforo very high nnd But now you see the great big gan 2500 First Year 60a per acre Nuggets May Co difficult to get into It was only intend 50 00 Second Year 100 per acre ed to carry ono passenger though two Showing Ills Sympathy 10000 2 00 per aero Third Year slim ones who did not mind squeezing Landlady at dinner Do you sympa OANNELTON IND 12500 Fourth Year 2 60 per aero could generally xnanago to find room 150 00 thize with Cuba Mr Stnrboarder Fifth Year 3 00 por acre Tho drivor sat on a llttlo shelf or perch 200 00 Sixth year 400 per acre Starboarder Yos indeed No No on tho right hand sido quite outsido Spanish uinckerol thank you Now 700 00 Total cost of 50 acres tho body of tho machine This was on York Journal This land produced the past season of English innovation In Paris drivor and 1890 80 bushels of corn per acre and 5 faro shared tho samo Boat and this was acres of Early Kose Potatoes produced MARKET continued hero for prlvnto cabriolets 2000 bushels or 100 bushels to the acre Tho ingenious Mr Joseph Hansom 10 acres of Yellow Prior Tobacco mado who was an architect of Hinckloy an average of 1200 lbs to the acre which Nov 8 1897 brought in the market 5 for leaf aud Louisville Ky Loicostorshiro however bothought him in 1834 that if housed larger wheels and lugs acre of late cabbage brought 50 Shipper should mark all packages plainly sold at Cairo suBpendod tho body of tho cab botwecn You can raise twice as much on a good them tho vohiclo would hold two oasi with sUpperi name aad poit ofiee addreti bottom farm as in the hills ana your ly or thrco at a pinch would balanco BUTTER land dont wash away or wear out hotter bo castor to draw and safer if There has been no drouth In Ballard 14 18 tho horso fell Further improved by Chfctee country county this year and the crops are splen- Â¬ 0 5 0 pitting tho drivor behind and tho axlo Medium 22 Creamery 20 did They are good every year under tho scat tho invention soon mado We have good farms for sale on long jtaoa Henderson 1 Si Louis IVy Co its way and by tho fifties tho hansom Frssh li time at bargains in Dayiess Ohio and Loiisill6i was as mnch tho favorlto cab of London McLean counties cheaper than anyouo 7SATQEBS as as it is today Tho original patent is else will sell you We will exchange any farm we have for others dnted Deo 23 1834 Time Card In Effect June 20 97 Gentlemans Prime white goote Mixed For plat and further particulars apply Magazine Old toL Freeman Little over Bank ComNo 41 No 4 No 46 Eait Bound No 1 duok Only One Trouble merce or Hugh A Williams 211 Lv SLl ouIi 7 66am 8fi5pm POULTRY Owensboro Ky Third Street After tho young man had criticised Hvansvllle 6 53am 2 20pm 2 Inm tho courso of tho prosconting attorney Hens per lb Henderson 7 li 2 43 30 SpotUrtlle 7 38 3 7 3 28 at somo length and had ondod up by in Â¬ Spring Chlckeni per lt Ducks per lb Owtntboro 818 400 3 forming him what ho should havo dono Oeeio per dos Totter Salt Itlioura and Eczema HawesvUle 9 if 450 440 Cioverport 5 OS 510 9 41 tho latter grasped him warmly by tho The intense itching nnd smarting inci- Â¬ POTATOES 10 f7 Stephensport 5 25 5 22 hand nnd remarked dent to these diseases is instantly allayed 10 45 5 67 IrvinRton 611 1 76 Irish per barrel new 11 12 Brandenburg 617 B2I by applying Chamberlains Eye and It is evident that you havo given Now La 1235pm 745 780 Many very bad cases Arr Louisville Skin Ointment 00 this caso conBidcrablo thought Mr Sweet potatoes per bu havo been permanently cured by it It Brown nnd tho arguments you ndvance From store 2 to eta higher No 4I No 43 No 45 West Bound is equally efficient for itching piles nnd in support of your position convinco mo Navy llcani por bushel Lv LouliviUe a favorlto remedy for soro nipples 70im 460pm 823pm ROOTS that thero is only ono reason in tho Ginseng Brandenburg 0 3J 619 851 2 2532 40 chapped hands chilblains frost bites Iryington 643 962 915 you should not oven now bo Senica Snake world why 25 cts por box 22 and clironio sore eyes Stephensport 1021 981 720 as successful a lawyer as J Cioverport IS 1011 10 J6 Pink 739 10 3 Hawesvllle 804 1058 24 And what is that asked thoyoung Yellow Dr Cadys Condition Powders are 11 35 11 48 Owentboro 9 15 Wld dinger t just what u horso needs when In bad man 1217pm 947 Spotlsviila 1223am S Lady Slipper 10 10 12 40 12 5 Ilcnderton condition Tonio blood purifier and Yon dont know nB much May Apple Evansvllla 1040 Hi vermifuge 115 115 They are not food but Arrht Louis As tho young man slowly picked his Blood 7 32 720 medicine and the best in uso to nut a way along tho street ho couldnt help FIELD SEEDS horse iu prime condition Prico 25 A I trains run through Solid to KvantvlMe woudcriug to himsolf whether it wns Timothy per bushel 140 cents per package Throuch parlor cars and Pullman seepers on all 3 tS really worth whilo to givo so ranch vnl Clover per bushel trains Detween St Luii Kvantville and Louis- Â¬ Crimson Olorer per bushel 2 60 ville Numbers 41 and 42 connect at Irvlntrton for uablo timo to other peoples busiucss Red Top per buioel 45 VorJivllle nnd Hardimburs daily except Sunday Chicago Post Orchard Qrais per buihel 120 A O GliCnlar CO KTteY i ta Â¬ BEST TRAINS TrliNrMi FWtltiM tHlft IK StlllWl W CMftlJ Dealers In wmmMiWf Doors Bftsli BllnJa Yollow T1m Ins and Celling Wefttber Boudtag Shingles Salt Lime Oew eat Laths Plaster Pketeriag Jliii Flow B4kw Brlckn Eie I1er 4 m M 5t EttlM Fumlfthtxl frr lnlMltf awl Â¬ Bulllln Materlaf St Louis or Chicago Wff BANK or HARDI3STSBUKG B F BKARD President WILL MILLER Vlea Presfdsai J U BEARD Caihtor 1 J H Hunsclie The TAILOR OWDBARD with Will be in Clover port on the 2d and 4th INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS Friday of every m6nth YOUR volirhnpplnenii your sinnsUi FORTUNE four icnlth Is MORRIS ESKRIDOX R M J0LL7 -- Dlreetnr Â¬ Casper Â¬ Keep tho Head nnd rrhront clenr and beali hj and roar mind nnd brain I nlwarfl at ret and ea6 JUHIIMAXrf MKTHOIINHVJKItbO Krontnu rellof to mankind In all head troubles OUKFA COTIIM HOKB TIIKOAT CA ofCntnrrh 61 TAKR1I ltThat nwHil odor tn nprmnrs br n Hut Kevnraod Wnndormi Aathma nrIlUV OM17Y CVHIIIHTANM ir xaa aaat sat II at Mnitftta Ml for It Bf Ttonk en slMitaal rraa nail id Sml DUIQ V tV ClBliaiX rl CO tt 1SCKSH9 UB A WmW HOW TO TRAVEL B O aI3SdIE Trains leave Loiiiavllld as follows O B East S W 11AILVAY Clncinnatl and tha St Louis and the Weil I IHITS -- S W RY Henderson Route Â¬ Lv Loulsvlla Ar Clncinrall Ar Columbus Ar Pittsburg Ar Washington Ar Baltimore Ar Philadelphia No so 643am 1115am 8 jjprn a 35am No io 5 No 18 605pm 7 njjam 750am 153111 8 33am 2 45pm 15am sispnv 1105pm 3opm 3 40 pat 1 650am iiaoara 10 Ar4evf Vorlc ia3onn 555pm Ar Boston 3 copra 9 05pm Nraln No 16 Sas elttrant Pullman Buflet Parlor Car to Cincinnati and Drawing room Sleeper and dining cart Cincinnati to Washington Baltimore Philadelphia and New York without change Tran No 18 has elegant Pullman Parlor Car to Cincinnati and Pullman Drawlnp room and dining cars Cincinnati to New York without change Train No so has sleepers to Cincinnati open at 9 oclock to receive passengers St Louis Springfield and the Ar St Louis dally Lv Louisville SI 7 xsaaa Ar Springfield 8 40pm 9 33am North Vernon accomodation leaves at 7 is a m No so 935am Is 3can No 16 Wee t No 640pm 8 13am Stops 44 m Cnarlestown accommodation leaves at 5 30 p ja except Sunday Trains Nos 16 10 and 44 haveelegantday coaches Pullman parlor and sleeping- - cars to St Louis From East 7 5 am 1115 noon 640 p to 1115 a m 3 so a m lrom Weit 7 a c a m is 15 p m 6 40 p m City Ticket office southeast comer Fourth and Main streets Depot Seventh and river For detail Information regarding rates time oa Connecting lines sleeping parlor dining cars etc 11 S BIlOWNV address District Pass O S W Ky Ticket Agent B 4th and Main IoulsvilIe Ky or J M CHESSBROUGH General Pasaenger Apent Cincinnati Ohio G II TKAINS AUIttVE iS Blue Grass fancy buihel Blue Grass extra per bushel Onion Sets Yellow per buihel pr 85 0 0 0 00 YOU SHOULD H C JIOllDUE P A IMiliville Jiy White HIDES Green good Dry Salt good Dry flint good WOOL i 11 13 14 50 EMPLOY None hot the Countr Surveyor to do your work He Is the authorized Surveyor ol the County Is an experienced workman nnd knows his buiinesi He is also Notary Public writes Deeds and takes Acknowledfemedts Charges always Keasonable L II St L Ry FordsvIMe Branch 10 General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio WAKKEL Assistant ey TIHETALENb TAKING EFFECT WeitBoundTralnt Sheep iklns Tub washed Grease fine MAY 30 1897 Hurry Barry and Cots MISCELLANEOUS Tallow Beeiwax 8orgbum Molasses FLOUR High grade patent i Straight Patent Low Grades CORN No 2 Mixed at itbr No 2 White OATS No No No No 2 Whit 3 7 IS 16 lit 14 18 dHINTZ ROYALTY COUNTY SURVEYOR HAnDINSBURQKY Address Kait BoundTria Daily I Dally ex Sun ex Sun No 2 No 8 03 7 42 Â¬ Q If 8K 00 6 15 5 20 4 00 Dally I Daily ex Sun ex Sun STATIONS No 6 Nol 0Mara Lv lrvinrton At 1125 Oarneld 1140 1147 1165 12 10pm 12 25 1235 12 65 1 05 9o0tm Bafetji Cemfsft Â¬ - Junction HardinsburgJunction Kirk Glendeane Dempster Ilarned - 747 7 27 7 17 Â¬ Jolly 7 02 650 630 6 20 6 5 5 5 LouisviUs and ImiikXi - Â¬ 27K 23 Â¬ i - Tie Best Dental Work in thi Git Ibist set op TEETH 700 No bettor made 120 145 165 2 05 215 aw arFallsRoughlv Dcmpiter Itockvala Ruth Asklns 605 5 2 Mixed Oats 8 f n 10 19 2 5rm P Mitchell ArKoavillaLy 5io 500am 44 33 10 25 Paqket Line Fast Mall Lisa Sotwaw Louisville and Evansvillii BTKAMER8 Hpnest charges for all othor work Vo guarantee satisfaction reota mado In ono clay reolh extracted without painV LeuIsvlHe H endersonSt Lcuis RyCo ZHTO Â¬ m m- No 2 Long Berry Nu 2 Red No 3 No 2 Weitern WUEAT A 04 94 the RYE ONIONS - V 92 SO TIME SCHEDULE TuUIng 4 f Uj 301697 Matt Sound Train Mall E P D M G RAGOy W A Blakoji Ryan Master Fhw Per barrel DACON Shoulders Clear rib tides Clear side Lard la tleroes 1 lUSVILLE DENTAL PARLORS 44 FOURTH AVENUE 7t2M OvcrAvenuaThiatre AX 6 Eec TARASOON h Penny Master L T Gcmw PattMr At 630 oclck A U Sunday TELL CITY R H Ballard Xftatw W S Iftff Sound Traini 43 KswlMHJaaV1 f theriw LOUISVILXIE ollice v KYV of i 46Ji 0X lememler Ihe NUMBER and NAME Exprs Kxprs Dally 4 Mall A STATIONS Dally 7 30am 74S- - 0pm How long havo you been coughing Fms Hands and Arms Covored With a day a week a month a year Dr Scrofulous Humors How a Curo Bells Pino Tar Honey will cure that Was Effeoted cough There can bo no doubt of It When Uvo years old my llttlo boy had because it has cured many others iqually scroiuia on nis lace bands and arms It severe Eyeryono should Investigate was worst on bis chin although on on his cheeks and handj wero tho sores tho raorits of this great remedy very bad to It appeared in the form of rod pimples A FMi Story m M which would foster break open and run vrvniii ipii4ui UBiKunnn njwnnjyi A veteran Portland fisherman jays to nd then scab over After disappearing Letter to tho Jamestown N Y Sun they would break out again Thoy caused that when ho was a boy bis mother sent Iluitl Chautauqua Co NY fateMO itching and tho llttlo sufferer had him to get his fathers glasses mended Editor Sun I consider It a duty to make Tho boy indulged in a little fishing en fee watched continually to keep him to Ono year I from Ecratcblujr tho sores Wo becamo routp and lost tbo glaues overboard the following statement with Kidney ago lost disease April I became allctoa whtle landing i sculpiu Ho went home I employed one ot the most experienced phy Â¬ Clt greatly alarmed jit his condition My got Intimate acquainted with bis sicians and frequently rods to his oWco wlrVs mother had had scrofula and tho 14 braced slipper and 3ly medicine which had helpd her was mothers chilly mouths went hungry to waaeutup with pillows X obtained no per relief 1 was w pawed before h Hoods Sarsaparlila Wq decided lo glvo bod Blx te 1 dared to go fishing agalu but wbea at SMtm re t to our boy and wo noted an iruptpvo ot Ittt he fathor Jacob Johnson of Mt hi bb caio very soon After jvln to tho threw bis line a big codfefc tom My same ateewe three yeM Ellery dto4W tkw ao a4 surface near him aud tiros 0 gu to tklak timo was UMla bopo for tu I Uw lour bottle of Hoods 8anwparll to the fishs now rested the fold hews that w HKor bad all feecN hvm out of ku had cdtt the spankiiut Of corsa th mj IKMUHHtn say ui MtMrned c Uta pad it has iwsr cod m safely lauded and tb grnnin1 ltd 9MMW ten wo bottft M itttUtky MtttcUi au car Wvuum Baktz 4W mih WltUanu pt rccorersd The javwlU IsWbmim fisflssssssssslflgsssmV gsssUssm ssstt 1M1M tuur asaUa BMtdlwf Ujm p MA A JOsTWOM dldat go to bed ou a ewfty ok Yon eon twy and mrngghts pm Hoei- fciwiwiMii oi Ol that Night It U Mtryriaiug to howl OHARLB8 O MARTIN ntp triy oftoNaoMM of tJPriBOM of Moihtr atta PrMoriptloa PharisMri RUT HawIU DIII i wtmtrm m f K PKT to 1 J bttt Journal ifeiMACtis pa da JH 1 nj Fall Footwear An 3SiBitiXiXiXPiiiauW V ffl 603 631 640 648 009 618 626 9 13 IvUnn DM Kentucky St ptai Hxprs Kxpr pally Dally 1235pm 12 1 P D STAGGS 5J II I I I 5 4 6 00 81 82 8 8 wdn ilrandcnburv Wtllowdalo Kock Haven Long Branch Kkroq Outton- llrOaro 43 1135 S3 20 15p 33 665 661 64 631 626 618 610 613 660 6 46 B all style xcngir and varied lia ia A V i ggV ladle for nobbyhoe for Use - - tfQC k ggL w Worth 140 Mmi mi Protect Your Children s Feet from mud Sit 858 90 98 8 21 92ft 661 069 707 T12 720 724 727 799 743 764 804 812 818 827 M 860 907 915 31 42 61 21 02 DM 10 4 U 92 Irvlngton Plerco Sample Stephensport Addison 931 32 9 43 Webster Jodiburg 1011 1014 1025 1035 1043 JO40 UJ68 1106 1114 11 96J 961 666 1037 1021 10 20 1015 0 07 Dally siwpt Sateriay Utwaaa LtnliTtH and Kaw AmsUrdaai Fright skipped by tali line tibiJ Mi4c at than by rail MT Trarelen wilt find tas HHBtriMsw passed la equipment iisiigjsliiis Tbo best culinary are sto pVoyfd m oeeke J b menu u equal to that of tae bset hots ls General offices ITS and 178 4t4i Avafiw ai A t42 622 618 616 603 6C0 4 LoaliTllIe 6 84 5f4 IPKNNV 8p U V WILUAM3 WWKITK T P A OwwnhtiM p lW 940 9 45 Skllluan Hawesvllle Petrle Falcon Lcwlspott Waltman Cioverport Shops Ky 18 I 0i fa 864 8 49 115 AM llpm 1161 1208 1209 1224 Main your arrlfal Some ijood t I 1 r tmui tlSr ipf h mj Msk vrpt W g ffMtt BROW xjte n uhMd juet the thing Garry in your mind the feet that the prioe will be as low a any ot iw oomitHwrii Ia heary food we Hare pur ralue are awaiting llM 9S 47pi5l7 Pates Owenboro Msttlnely OriSth Stanley Worthlngton Spottsvlllf Keads Jowtrs 838 827 818 8 47 IMstal 240omar SMw Hrri 71 715um 745 738 75 803 768 07 344 329 3j 440 433 4S8 419 413 401 3 31 3M 818 3 1 I24pss ff Trains Nos 4t and is make connection at Ir vlanlon daily except Sunday with trsins a and from MsrdlohtUTr aadjfordsille Branch S3IVflHMVlaB9VlaBaiBaiBaiHBa inyiKOTON I nAihtk -- a v MUtVDUK A Q F A - rCiUmmmmiinmiimmtitk WLWkmmmmmilHM - lSSnmroihlp a - - and 4- x I UtoUJUUW nmnpw 1U I Omml 1 1 II1L III ill III THS RmOItmNTil4OH NEV8 OliOYRItPORT KV Footwear ol fashions For confectioneries Bakery Now millinery goods Millers Henlz sweet mlxe J America have a Henry Beavln has about recovered els in natural motion and cleanse type pf beauty from a recent Jllness at Mbs Judith to Mrs Orendorf and Mrs Cozlne continue the system of all impurities An 5 ved my childs lifo in nn tli e m b o 1 v e s to visit their relatives in thisvlclnity pickles at City absolute cure for sick headache attack of Tho climate Our particular friend and his good dyspepsia sour stomach con- Â¬ Bakery habit and social wife aro making an extensive strawberry Of Protracted meetings ate being held nil stipation and kindred diseases peculiarities bed over tho county have combined I am Invited to attend a weildlng Tues- Â¬ do without them Mr James Fenn of Kirk spent Sun Â¬ to produce a day afternoon Will toll all about it G H FRANKLIN day in this city type of woman next week R P Smith Chilesburg Va Bedford Springs Va By the people Opening Grand March Tobacco from all directions is coming hood quite distinct from tho women of Robt E Woods wife mother and writes I dont know how I could HALF SIZO DOTTLES soc To inspect our lino of wraps from 1 up into this markot becomo almost other countries It has baby visited the family of Ciias Mian do without them I have had The boats hnvo resumed traffic and are an overyday occurrence for tho nobility ford Saturday night SERENADE making good tlmo blood of Europe to cross the and royal Liver disease for over twenty Breckenridge News Mr John Shumato and daughter Ger- Â¬ The Shoppers Delight - By Dress Goods Dcpt Cas Whitehead shipped by river Sun Â¬ water in search of an American beauty Mollle Alexander visited years Am now entirely cured for the United States hai becomo famous trude and Mrs Elegant lino of Fall Drcsa Goods hogs WBDKNSdAV NOVEMBER 17 1807 day twelve bead of frionds at Webster Saturday grapes oranges cocoanuta and throughout tho world The American Malfgi WALTZ SONG Tho new hats aro lovely at least they beauty is a peculiar produce of this figs at tho City Bakory country She has however one formid- Â¬ haye the appearance it may be tho re- Â¬ By Underwear Dcpt Pure and Perfect MrsAR Fisher is visiting relatives able enemy not only to her beauty but flection from the faces of tbo wearers Seo our lino from 2 5 cents up at Rock Yale and friends IRVINGTON to her health as well That enemy is Our good editors head must be wooUnderwear warm and nice extra indigenous to the climate of the United lgathering In every paper its sheep good for tho price Sulzers States It is called Catarrh Almost sheep What a flock he is gathering All Coons Look Alike to me - By Hosiery Dept Mr R N Miller was In town Friday New Kraut Supers Something stylish in millinery can bo every woman has1 it in mild or stvero together chuck full of business Absolutely Fast Black at 10 cents per pair had from Miss Judith Miller Sour kraut at City Bakery forms Our climato makes it well nigh Mrs Dolph Jordan of Bewleyville One of our neighbors a widower has WALZ It is the only natural bought him a new buggy This and was a visitor in town last woek Mr M B Swain after an illness of unavoidable Our prices advertisous Sutews enemy the American woman has Not other small indications cause serious two montliB died last Thursday Mrs Mossbarger and little ones are off claee aweetcider at City Bakery by Calico Dept Girls in Blue First Two Little on a visit to Louisville friends Born NoV 12 to the wifo of John only is the United State3 the home of suspicions to arise in our minds See our 4 cent priuts Avoid lonesomeness by reading the catarrh but it is also the home of Miss Llllie McGlothlan has every- Â¬ Neubauer a fine girl Estella Grqer Tozaburo Kudo a native of Japan and Nxws the now world famous catarrh remedy a graduate of several colleges who in Â¬ thing going her way in tho Millinery Mr M I1 Stevens and family of Rock molass Â¬ Try on new crop New Orleans The medical profession has A Grave Mistake by Shirt Dept line Â¬ Lick have moved to Newport Ky es Sulzersj at last succeeded In devising a remedy tends to return to his home a mission Â¬ GO cents for a shirt when wo only ask 50 cents Be in a hurry Mr Piggott and finish by paying ary will deliver a lecture in the MethGapL J H Rowland and Rev T J for the well nigh universal disease Rirn VTflm ttlfn of PrpA MrV Jr 3 Bewleyville Friday your ice house we miss your genial face Joiner went out Monday for a hunt Dr Hartman tho original compoun- Â¬ odist church in GAVOTTE night Nov 10th It is hoped that a at the mill f has a recent book on YlfarWo Aarui WVfenmailitnir nrtttv Mlftf I Mrs James G Stephens of Alta der of Wo are glad to see Miss Nellie Hender- Â¬ J4aCU l by Shoe Dcpt Lay Aside the Slippers large crowd will attend the services VJJ Vista was in town last week shopping chronic catarrh which he will send free The subject of tho lecture Is The Home son at home but hope her mothers Judith Miller And get n pair of good warm shoes elegant line to any address for a short time Address illness is not serious Mr G A Hendry formerly of Irving H 0 Oerf manager of the Fair went Drug Mfg Co Columbus Life of Jafan ton lias located at Flaherty Meade Tho This is an upto date chartered town V to Louisville Sunday is stated in the Nov 13th number It Ohio and wont the city council pleaso give bulk 40 and CO cents county Freeh oysters in by Linen Dept of the American Agriculture that at the Remember Me Ask your druggist for a free us some new pavements Miss Bessie Jarboe one of Clover per quart at City Bakery Montana experiment station 11 pig Almanac for 1808 fA GALOP Mrs Dr Moorman and Mrs David 0 months and 27 days old weighed 23S0 Dont miss it got a corduroy hat or ports society belles went toSkillman by Tie dept The Tie That Binds Saturday lbs Our energetic dairyman and far Â¬ Heron went to Louisville Thursday on cap see our line Suzns He Knew Them By Their Whistle W Footo weighed in Bew- Â¬ business and pleasure bent was in the mer Dr P John Dean of Glondeanc Slaughter of Louisville Is MEDLEY Mrs The Louisville Post in State Stories Mr and Mrs Beauchamp are duly leyville Nov 12th 10 pigs 4 months and city Sunday with Mr and Mrs 0 W wtth Mrs John Allen Murray By Enthusiastic Buyers JuBfc as Advertised has this to say of young Cottrell He five days old that weighed 2535 pounds installed in their now home formerly Moorman Miss Jennie Warfield is visiting Miss W Short of These were beauties euch as delight a the property of Sandy Hendry was a brother of Mrs Geo Wo complete this entertainment with tho now song sung Mrs Elvira J Babbaga went to Louis-Â¬ Eula Miller near Hardlnsbug has been dead for fifteen farmers eye You may Bee they beat Miss Ada Hanks spent part of Satur- Â¬ ville Friday to attend the chrysanthe Â¬ this city and by tho cntiro force entitled The Infant child of Mr and Mrs Ed years the others and we feel honored that day and Sunday with her sister Mies mum show V ward Gregory dled yesterday To you and me and to most men In this has come to pass in our midst WE WOULD RATHER GIVE THAN TO BE UNDERSOLD Myra at Mr John Lyddans Webster A beautiful line of feathers and rib- Â¬ Louisville perhaps all locomotive and Mlse Mary Rtdgley Griffith went to protracted mooting closed Sunday Our Bro Overton our P E was a welcome bons awaiting your inspection atMiss steamboat whistles sound practically ADMISSION FREE TO ALL DOORS OPEN AT 5 30 A M Louisville yesterday morning morning Nov 14th No especial results visitor to members of bis flock on his Judith MillerB alike but to the practiced ear there is in the conversion of any one but those Chrysanthemum shows are all the tb trip to his quarterly meotlngs last week Judge William Ahl and daughter an individuality about each one of them sorbing subject with the women Miss Ellen McGeheo had as viators were with Most pcoplo in Bowling Green remember who attended the meeting aro greatly Miss 51la of Hardinsburg refreshed spiritually It is not a vain V- Local dealers in tobacco in this county relatives Sunday John Cottrell the youngest son of the thing to serve the Lord and He honors Sunday some former Louisville friends have had a harvest of luck this year Miss Elma Knobloch and Mr CarpenFete Dhonau this county shipped to late Rev Joseph B Cottrell a Method- Â¬ and J D Cooper and Geo Lawaonof Louisville on Monday nights boat 15 ist minister of more than local note those who do ita with His blessing true ter preacher of real presence As Haweaville were inihe city Sunday It is on open secret that wn are going While his father was stationed in the head of fine hogs lies practical Christianity we have scarcely to have sidewalks pavements some of Titf9- llBllt 6am Bruner jias returned home Ir ITltT Marlon McGavOck shipped to Louis- Â¬ Park City as pastor the lad spent most seen the equal of Bro Gillian who con- Â¬ TTlffW these times So much for an incorporat- Â¬ from a visit to friendrt near Hawesville ville by Monday nights boat twenty of his time in and around the yards and ducted the services May God reward ed town N railroad roundhouse of the L Miss Sueette Mattlngly of Hardins- - seven head of hogs u t Miat in a few months him for interest and efforts in our behalf Mrs Will Gardner and little Lamar Tobacco Buyers Are In Luck JMHgivlsited Miss Horonce Lewis last PnliVfiJjQ aildrTvnnnn TI I Mrs Griffin Dowell died Sunday morn- lilHi y JI- -are off for a few days visit to relatives in r on QlXfflutrVItrinifi nJ7rTCm- - i- - Juuieauitwas u J N week The present year has been a great She and i Mib at her home Brandenbufg during Mr 5000 brick at the wharf They are con Â¬ John Cottrell had learu u- aiuJ J art of t tho cbtanTr Ovtf i ist re- - AiillnM tsinnn tlin Alnnlinn Gardners first boom for the tobacco buyers in tills Fon RENT Three nice bed roomi on second lwitlBtlli continue to deliver bread signed to Concordia Tltl D D tinguish one locomotive whistle from ing JNovrriiujapping parties county It has been ten yeara or more 11 Air A A LaIIeist but have discontinued my wagon City u mu meelinKat since the buyers made any money to Mr Coleman Haswoll and wife of tho other With his eyes shut he could ner daughter Mrs McianfcljalJeged thaYrVQKaf-yip-ro-lcte- d Bakery Thoroughbred ITIOR SALE Autocrat StrainsLight Brahmat and tell you when an engineer blew for the turned from a visit to Mrs SheVoVTPk Three dozen speak of but ever since tho first of May tKlWW- hejs All aboard from both sides of the de- - Hardinsburg spent Sunday with his station a - jounj II K and pullets and three cocks Also -- - v mile away not only the number raricianu Mrs Dowell has been in bad I brother Mr Frank Haswell eu UBO twelve Rock Coclrels Terms reasonable ou viwKxmH jjui tun uo ueara wnen uae passenger - i e meso V of the engine but the kind of train Me price on tooacco was or quick buyers Miss M II Gkeknwood Ky it health for sometime and tho visit to tho Irvlngton miss sue M Hoard who has been trains come in a It sold w with iter sister Mrs Dr FM 8mlth for waspuiiing and the crew in charge In city was to improve her condition but n iukiw ill the iiinrninn and 7 nVlnir the SALE One arm containing im acres You can rely on the market report Storing Stolen Oo6nd TTIOR testing his memory one dav the vard such could not be The friends of h a week left Monday for Big Spring this In the evening Everybody welcomo Last Spring Vind NOV 23 Tho BrWssJid It has on It a rood house and bam that appears in the News It is correct- Â¬ master tried John on nineteen different neighborhood tender their Mr Hix of the Louisville Seminar sympathy Mr Wesley Swaggot of Owensboro iiu tweiiiT acres unaeninca ed every week about as low as ltRd Adam and Albort engines and he didnt fail to give locatei d on Blackford creek VOU Um all to the bereaved ones and feel that the preached at the Baptist church Sunday anywhere from one dollar to nv Jor steal- - allowing a SoWSS11 frora IUw From the wee little tot to the great spentSunJay in this city the cuest of the desired Information about each four loss extends far and wide morning and evening in place of the tuis hardly paid the farmer for putting nil Qia or put six iooter we can clothe them good his parents Mr and Mrs Chris Swaggot minutesboforeltcame into the station -- mort Ky regular pastor who Is ergiged in a meet it out The News Golden Rod Mrs Robertson wifa of Mr Joe RobÂ¬ man met Foster pendid tsln cure are aflnnluJl rf- xand cheaply too Sulzers ing elsewhere Lyons at Irvlngton last Saturday and he S A2fffle--Shr- t uGSkr Mr li C Copper and ife of Rock ertson died at her home near Lodiburg Louis And Return 5 Dont forget that you can dve all klnU was reiolclne over his luck with thn ville For inlormation tn iiwt ueunesuay jnov 10 of typhoid NOTICE Vale spent Saturday arid Sunday with The L H A St L Ry Co will sell of libera cotton wool or silk at the same weed this year His clear profits will rieuiros CloMv fever Mr and Mrs Thos L Wroe tickets to St Louis and return for 5 To the Tax Pavers of BreckenrMotime in the same vessel with Putnam reach about 3000 Alf Taylor of f Mr Doc Furrow and wife and Mr County Mr Clint Griffith and Miss Anna Tickets to bo sold for train No 45 Nov Fadeless Dyes Sold by W E Brown Rosetta is another lucky dealer who has James Durham and daughter Miss Ida 20 furtheVpaSarsiudres g00d Coadion- - or Griffith of Owensboro You are hereby notified that after the Irvlngton duo at Cloverport 1030 p m were with Dr of Kirk made about 3 00 Hugh Springate has were in town last Thursday Tickets will bo and Mrs S S Watkins Sunday J Friels Cloverport Ky good returning from St first day of December 1807 I will ad made about 1000 on his purchase A crowd of merry girls went to the BIlUppiDg haw Louis up to andincluding Noy 22 See vertise and sell property for all taxes un Wanted A good house girl ono wil Â¬ There are others whose names I do not Strayed Mies Ada Ladles if you want to see something the agent for further paid and duo me as Sheriff for either of uui Saturday afternoon ing to do light housework apply at my information recall now who have made monev ouiiui new and novel see the new four leaf the years 1895 180Cand 1807 and fax all Jolly cuaperoning tliem and Louis Dean residence to day Ed Gregory Co of Glendeane and B F driving tho wsgon fork and unrf he looked clover pins Good luck with every pin fJ1 dhOned legal costs I will be at tho following Co of Hardinsburg were heavy GARFIELD lonesome but am Bure he did not feel Beard Are you going to purchase a fall hat or Sulzirs places before this date to collect vl A5 rnutlon wOl be re- buyers and their profits will be large warded bo bonnet If you are dont fail to Inspect The friends of Mrs ABSklllman will Ouster Nov 2H 1897 Lon Jarboe Klk Ky The farmers are busystriping t6bac-the line of Mlse Judith Millers Eva McGlothlan and Nannie Lee Mr Lyons thinks the prices will not get be delighted to learn that she is rapidily co Hudson 24 Breckenridge tobaccos Jolly won the medal jointly the nast mucn nigner David Barnes has moved to this city improving and is Notice McDaniels Nov 25 on the road to perma Â¬ have been from Hardinsburg and has rented the nent recovery P WWebb went to frvington Thurs- All wcck eacu uavmg me same number of fromjten to selling on the market for Glendeane 20 sixteen and a quarter dollars Ktm Dersniu havfnw tt W ol Kerr7VwaJ3 perfect marks Next week we hope to per hundred which appears J day Llllard property where ho will conduct Rockvale magnificent Properly provento me on 27 Miss Pearl Wimn of Brandenhnn before January jth give the names of other pupils a hotel when it was bought at about J5 Miss Katie Board still remains in who Hardlnsbunr sheriff offico onen every to the A satisfied customer is better thana arrived in the city yesterday at noon to Louisville day This will be the last chauce to save deserve special mention for proficiency visit her sister Mrs R H firashear lor-page advertiBtnent thats why we are Tba Great Dana Dogr O Mossbarger left Friday to The Asphalt mine clmwrl far dIq levy Respectfully Frank C Ferry Admr uwensuoro Measenger be gone making so many living advertisments The Groat Dine tho oxhibitlon dog t Henuerson Ky until Christmas His position as travel- Â¬ S W Patb S B O Mr D G Hatfield of Patesvllle has season last week Sulzars ing salesman takes him into the recent of today and growing every day in favor Dick Taber and bride passed through sold his crop of tobacco of 5000 pounds aa a beautiful and biddablo dog is Strayed or Stolen Mr and Mrs A J Pate Henderson plague infected district of the smith tho modem A River Man Happy to the American Tobacco Co uj nan v ThA our town Wednesday representative of tho boar came up yesterday to visit their old The News man could not imagine We regret his coins at this nartlonlar hound On tho continent whom Hn Sivinj milk Marked undeTburoSeXh01 price received was 7 3 and 1 Kov II O Truman of Fordsville is homo and friends They are well pleas Â¬ what had overcome Mr John D Grec- - time but wish him a safe return to his Danish origin is ropudiatod it is called crop and underblt In Ictt ear n Those at a dielancu hayo a great deal visiting relatives this week ed with Henderson ory senior member of the firm of Greg home and friends at the expected time tho German mastiff and under this j ftf tvtnliln In Aniil The telephone line from Bic 8nrini In wuuuo Mr- - and Mrs Miss Nellie Henderson one of our head nil its varieties aro classed at Will Mattingly and anything u gluing a uai nonnet or ory Co early Monday morning He in the millinery line to suit naruinsourg is completed allows while in this country wo call it W R iloorman daughter Mits Agnetaof Hardinsburg lovllest girls who is studying Kinder- tho postively had no time to talk unless per- Just drop me a postal card and your Great Dano and cataloguo under Miss Eliza Macy spent Saturday after Â¬ were the guests of Mr and Mrs Thos wining 10 Dusiness lie wore an unus garten in the city came home Tuesday that namo all tho vnriotios of Gorman Notice to Contractor Uwants will be fullfiled Miss Judith noon with Miss Nannie Board Lewis last Thursday ally broad grin and it soon came out to be with her mother who was quite mastiff so that taking tho ono with mi tif The- - first quarterly meeting was at that be was rejoicing over xr- It to uVtowwaJJ best lldCdr5r Court y mo ouicr tbo dog conios by its rights Those that are fortunate enough to the resump- Â¬ ill We are nleasod tn honr Miss Itoaa Ityan has accepted a posi- Â¬ Epheeus Saturday tion of business and the arrival of the Henderson is rapidly convalescing Mlsi and Sunday It is a beautiful creature this Great celebrate Thanksgiving Day in the pro Â¬ lr road tion with John D Babbace in th wiam of per way should have no fears about tho 0 8 Board mother and sister attfni boats His time previously was engaged Nolllo will return ere this goes td press Dano and gives tho impression at once n Pv oetweenci abutments ia Uiti Lano jn the stationery book and notion department ed meeting 01 ootn power ana activity and its tern the abutments above bed in playing with his dog known to eve y turkey crop Jt was never so good at Ephesus Sunday The B V It 0 will meet with Mrs fai per look at its small keen oyes is ex- Â¬ otons Bids received MiMASe4P1clr She will at all times be glad to see her Now this wonderful KenWathen Saturday Nov 20th tho actly what Prof Macy will giya a ThankseivinB body ao Fritz The ladles of the Yn sby terian church friends and give them io be ono might expect from a dog tho inoet upto-nog is Jeit to take care of himself This circle is larger this year will give an oyster lunch in their old uavogoouam entertainment at the school house and more en of war and of tho chaso venoerod with R N Mulrr IIU8 lino is a remarkable dog he only eats two thuslastic than ever before bulidingforthe benefit of the bulldjng m Am The Off tho elegancies of civilization for it is Bev Borarth began a meeting at Tho Columbia Circle B V R O met Pleasant meals a day dinner and supper He is Spring his entirely outgrown its oqnablo and de hant on bas good tern fund of the new church Friday night Grove church Tuesday night Place we will with Mrs Dr kind hearted playful and never becomes foster mother M Smith Mondav Miss Eliza Wo hope Cloverport pored but woo to tho object that irri Â¬ Hook is organist bit dames ueane oi Mienueane was night The meeting was tates it Tho conciliatory stramrcr who vexed He is of a pretty white color and circle will piy u that promhed of fpon 43 t wiuh0oraoidvfh an euthuaiastic visit goes to pat ono as in town Friday He is one of Brecken Â¬ A large crowd was out at Ephesus wears a tail that m tj if it woro a lap dog capacity to one and they elected a wide awake looks like a thrashing this year ridge countys most prosperous farmers iXJStoR biiurntz0 finds a great blunt nozzle thrnst forcibly quarterly meeting Sunday Bro Over- - machine had clipped It off presiuent lor the ensuing year We wonder if our editor feels as and said tlie acreage sown in wheat this much and roughly into his hand or perhaps wrnVh ion preached a grand sermon Preacheis Joseph Culley engineer and Harry present cut up oyer tho criticisms leveled at into his ribs as who should savs All year would far Burpasa any previous were Its v J O Laws of Irving- On the same day and at the Morrlsou Ireman on the Texas were von u u his head for pursuing tho even tenor of right old follow Im not going to hurt let i ace I am years will to the Amman of Fordsville and the flret to handle one of the new en- - Rev M contract in hniM his way as his correspondents do for you You neednt pat mo and call me a bridge across Danin D Pumhrey of West View k From all over Brfckenrldee countv Glendeina good dog He novor awaits your per Â¬ f snndVXnSl advocating their principles and saying a new ones have been re Kines of w people came to our store bargain eelved xivo uu WV aDutments c J ca T few words in favor of tho victor In our mission to make your acquaintance but picltysotons i h numbers lp and 20 They are y ma oneiy B1d to be madi hunting they left our store loaded with beauties introdncos himself without formality if School Report Ww caso we wanted Bib Jolly elected he ho wishes to know yon Going through good bargains and well pleased with HIJl on each of thesa r III be received District No 50 Nov 6 After passing waselected and wa still Bay we are a narrow passage a Great Mrs OTTubor of Himsville came Dane will iintintils - I thelr trip Buyers glad of It an examination the following- - pupils in take up more than half tho room Ho Scotts Emulsion nai heen the up Suturnay to meet her aunts Mrs Oar Christmas man save he wants KT Miller an itppruuvu graiics Mr Smith from Mooayvlllo was in docs uot drop behind llko tho elogant ktandard tttotdv for ntArW a t nwre room shoe clothing and dry goods Elhubelh Burnett of St Louis Mo and Grade V Medore are Boona Cakiwel of z century Physicians Mrs Dr y Welch of Vernon lad and vn umiuoj prospecuig ior a new mannorcd St Bernard with a poHto - j i i it Good SalM Of Teaets man before dogs sort of air bnt hus Evarts English 00 Harvev fl readily aimit that they obtain re- - atore IU has a son who Is doing a to ba present at the family reunion on 07 4 tles you robustly for equal space Not Prtflal to get - Bke price for tho urxt two week HlltS from It that thev uniwt re menl haPP i utiewer iiicks oU Sunday at her aunts Mrs Sarah Goff f thriving builnes in Bowlipg Green and tlint iio is a dangerous dog Ho is T out for Old Santa Suzrs sim In the Joly neighborhood dr j Grade IV MattleStlfl05 Cleveland from any other flesh forminj food the Idea is to open up a brant h store ply n boarhound aua Mta Mattio Walter not oyer the a creature of immonse result of Hamilton Otj Allie StlflT 01 William tae recent election but aoue 41 uuuivup juu tuPBur ul lie There are many other prepara Â¬ hero He claims that he Hill sell cntuU onuuoui aim iuuuiiq courngo una cour-Â¬ The following party of gentlemen left Walls 89 Texasulntenda to put the ground which thing better some salan of tnhaiw -Gertrudo Shellman 80 tions on the market that prctead cheaper than we can buy them in Louis- - teous only one of condosceusion Good Sunday or Beeds to spend a wwk It Archie Ballow they made in Louhvill last week iWMMihe eet end of the depot Into 60 Lawrence Shellman to do what vine ti mat bo the case tills is the place Words Mr hunting Messrs John Sawyer R N 85 flowers James Lyons sold 13 hhda of old Barley The waiting passengers will I it him for we have the most enterpris- Â¬ WtlrUiUliluf Moorman John Dean Grad III DoraBjllow 01 Wniiam at an averaof 1375 etu hhd brlnainir tb have something to keep them from HiuUou0 W Casey ing morchanta this side of Louisville and no cautiously If 1 should propose Sam Siltes Anoelirate FmJ uawcuice so 10 75 He sold a lot ol old Red jpttlsg weary like Oliver want more would yon say YoaV A M McCracken liuiwn and Geo She moro cautiously Grki II Ialav Wall 00 Tn i It k said there is only one place which wonldnt Uv li you knew u x Mrs Harry Major had a narrow escape Weatherholt wont alorg I won Id say Yes would yonproposo brought six raoettht a wltr romv has no value and that is the culinary department to look after 81 W Willis Kullwian 87 Haakel from a horrible death last Frldav twe cants Kh 1 Wt they fail to pthem ft Itchoboth Sunday Herald SfcUMw 85 And there ara otfee Mtk Klondike Men think no more Tten mh mil The pure Norwesrlan CodUv CM waa riding horseback when hor Imru Jolly Jaw Wriht Sn aijiMJKtlfaf30QtQ 1000 than of Apropos to the lover of flowers whje Hitte pix 03 Blanch uuuewy sprang acroas the road throw AMl There is an extend v trade carried oh tochlw92 Lw Shellman 885 Helhm mawk into a 4Ufhtiul cfeanu ikiU wiifig ikr sqtwre tho writer is forced to admit that the a day ng her from the saddle her foot hang Â¬ between Great Britain and Belgium in B4i ad WUIUtm Wlmtly all hut fotty hUoitd with the Hypo ho old wornont horses which arc skipped week at a good pri Mr Frank K Doiwhertv of Barbs chrysanthemum show in Louisville can Â¬ Ballow 89 Thy nil Ihto pfcitcs of Lime tad Soda whkh ing In the stirrup fortunately it bream I ana highly nlMWed with tka wnrV walling tvm ad fxu4m Mt In most conation to flJwMi cam to tbeciy Sady and was not bo surpassed he calls attention to arc such valuable tank dintngled and she was dragged a anda Ghent pitiful English porta Antwerp j y Mu from tho beautiful display that can be seen at accownlWel by b W0W0 1 mm Hmm short distance roceiylnft only a scar m lb house Mr makes this preparation an term Woht fart that naighiifuhas j wmk and a goodly amount of mod Nothing Hy la a young uutnef ability and Mm residence of Mrs J T PatUwon Knat U Weal one and cheeks the fre thM aahss PalroMa0ooddiwaM b Ik JPlnnktnfiew m honor for una city unrougn tier energy Mie has I miiiiMUnil gtv iy 0 ym waatinjr tendency and the dauaUd Mr Major hmmmM and at her home on the hill fifty six vartU atiUiitwWwiyirtMMtM mm oanw on to JrvrglB and ahtMt thnt fa fwtfj proud by tht voters huwH mmm wm ww Mtf jssj Jnw jhm jajH R almost JoMMdUt thewfan H la m immvUi IJwa Circuit Ckrk which are simply a mass of article cul- Â¬ haw your ellklwn yor Otity to m to jwt en aMy Enent that wyfr tMtmd Mho J 2 tNv VVvflNV fo 9 Una and in the tivation hgnlarly rain a Kit vrhkh BptUt them kwtslwUksw KuauiK liiuuvD TMhr To qwil le 1 1 llvr XwQ- - TSnuTvUakltkhm cptrs tMhU smhmihm Mite full trf Ufa tUy i M ewr ka wT JtZSJS tf mw oorrow- nlBW Ba U wosutw workar U MM iMt l Mp wmii uufajty j WkBSM aHp mm mil JlMl Hvoa ah iinmnn IMioWWi w Jm km MM mum mm M vwi Mr Busy Wft fTV l Acr Vfcirg Pecttrai Sulsers visit tho City AMIRI0AM JIAUrY BEWLEYVIULE of Women Twenty Years Proof Tutts Liver Pills keep the bow-Â¬ h t peculiar PROGRAMME Croup Cant musical entertainment beginning Monday morning and continuing the rest of the week 4 Tutts Liver Pills M r al Brevities Â¬ SCHOTTISGHE T - Pe-ru-- DIRGE a REEL Pe-ru-- - 5 SULZERS Mta Â¬ OASTOHIA WANTS - -- 1 -- 1 - -- - ththnitt nlr W0 Wa-WJ-Mt- o - it nmn - 0u70riVuCoiv d- - SJL 87d v i - - iit iatTLWgar ofiine2 rrleu el -V tJu liSlKVdarthan General Debility and Loss of Flesh iorn yttttt irffrto3irtrd fre tm 8p ninii -- Â¬ Â¬ 5 ii 5 1 1 V4B mli GrlI W EMULSION SCOTTS -- jm ih m Hjer ItUw4ittUt My w ii ry mm Whiiti JL fWkmm ftMh wnj OAMTOIUA yJr tarth CASTORIA lh Sl tvmwizssgsi ott m4 tynHtaaow i fljPrnFWBftEClCENRIDGE 4 v H NEWS 17 1807 WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER MATTINGLY Lota ot rain Farmers He Rbout dono sowing wheat Tho PubV made a clean sweep of this county and magisterial district Mlsa Nola Frank Is visiting relatives iu tho Tar Fork locality Bates Frank have moved their saw mill from Kirk to B H Bates A protracted meeting commenced at Hickory Lick Sunday Misses Emma and Ltlllo Fate who have been sick forBoroe tiino nro able to bo out again Mr Brashcar bought sovoral crops of tobacco In this locality last week prices ranging from 5 to 0 GO for leaf from 3 to 5 for lugs and 1 for trash Unless previous arrangements are altered a series of meetings will begin at llsgah the socondSundayln this month Mrs Stlcklor of Louisville who has been a visitor at J E Hintons for the past three weeks returned homo Satur- Â¬ day Miss AJn Brlckoy returned home from Beech Fork last Saturday accompanied by her coustn Miss Mary Mlngus AVillio Whltehouse who left these diggings with tho Intention of enlist- Â¬ ing in the standing army it is roported has carried out his resolution The Republicans had a big rally here Saturday night attended by the sur rounding community ot couise they had no brass band to lead the parade but they had a number of tin horns cow bells and plow molds that made a racket just the same They also had the Btreets beautifully decorated with lights made of carpQt rags soaked in coal oil stuffed in oyster cans and tied on the ends of benn poles V B Burton sheriff elect closed tho meeting by addressing them with a short political speech Tho base ball ground seems to be the center of attraction here every Sunday evening rain or shine big little old and young married and single all take a hand They have a nice level place for the diamond of course out side of this it is a little sidling and cut up with gullies but they play ball just the same and it takesva champion nine to tear their slgnSSown Frank Mattingly Is clialrmnnoflthe organization Mrs WmsjRiyan Tar Creek is no JQ better AlexanderlKVown is on the sick list Mrs W KVethington who is down with consumption is no better Fladge Whiteboueo is Borne better John Staples baa symptoms of heart trouble rfS- The mostfihrilliant affair of late was the marriage Tot Mr Win Young of tKi Indiana to MisjfcYnuio llinton Oct 27 at place Wednesday even the Cavo Spring Brsi church the Bev 01dluvsfcar Fordsvllle ofliciat- in- 0 30 oclock the beautiful song was Leaning on the Everlasting Arm sung by Mr Milburn and his elegant choir and tho bridal party entered the church They marched slowly up the aisle to tho altar which was tastefully decorated with ferns and evergreens Miss Dessie llinton acting as bridesmaid while Mr Charlio Barbeo acted as the Immediately after the grooms beat ceremony the happy couple followtd by a host of friends and relatives went to the home ot the bride where melodious hymns were sang until 0 oclock which ended the entertainment The brides attire was of beautiful blue cloth trammed in whlto silk while the groom wore the usial black The bride is tho oldest daughter of John llinton and has many friends here while the groom is a prosperous fanner of Perry county Ind They left Thursday morning for the home of the groom where they will make their futuro homo May supreme happiness forever abide with them is the wish of the writer Â¬ Â¬ torpid liver which prevents tllgcs fe ferment and putrlty In Won and permit to Then follow dirtiness headache tlio stomach Is caused by Biliousness TIkj CHy of Barlown CURRENTMISCELLANY Tho other llfo ns wo lmvo boon by vrny of designating tho coutlnuauco of lifo after leaving tho physical body ta growing very roal aud clearly doflncd in tho light of psychlo solonco Tho discov Â¬ ery of tho inner other which pervades tho nlr wo brcatho offers a olow to tho 4 r tit Insomlna nervousncM and l not relieved bilious ever or blood poisoning Hoods Tills sttmufato the stomach ronss the liver euro headichodlrzlnesi eon- ftlipaiion rio z ccnu wnu ur u iiriiKKl The only lllls to take with J iwu i Barsaparllla Hoods TEACHERS ASSOCIATION IWk i F i Meade a ESP A and Brcckcnrldgo Counties Joint Teachers Association Will Mectat Irvlngton Nov 37th 1897 IROflKAM m Oiganlzaiion to Welcome Address Mrs R II McGlotfdan A C Button K T lllckenon The Primary Teachers M B Avllt Current Hlitorjr Muiic D SIlobertJr Biography In Teaching History Mils Ada Hanks Essay A C Button The Feeling What the Teacher ofTo day Should be Itesponta FMCJolly Itecitation Music Mrs I S Iloberts A II Carrico Kentucky State College I II Hosklnson Sources of failure Miss Autic Hamilton Itecitation It AdkbsonP I Yntes Crmpulsory Education 1 he Need cf Higher Education the Teacher O E Thomas K Harman Practical Eduration fr Muic In School Miss Kittle Marlow V D Wiilett Life oi George Rogers Clark Eugene Cilliland Politeness II I Berryman Literary Work in School I II McCubblos Ethics Miss S Esttlla Elder Original Story Joseph Ashcraft State Pride Milton Coke Character Miss Nona Price Esay Music Adjournment The teachers patrons trustees and all persons interested in the common cause of education In this and Meae county come out early and lend us aid by your presence and attention Should Music be Taught 10m I J w Andrew Oriskkll D AiltCKArTi S C S II C S- bi Ci - Mt c J says M Thlrswend of Grosbeck Tex indiges- Â¬ that when he has a spell ot tion and feels bad and sluggish he takes two of DeWitts Little Early Risers at night and he is all right the next morn Â¬ ing Many thousands of others do the same thlrg Do you To California Through Sunshine The great Burlington Route ofldrs more diverse routes in connection with Pacific Coast travels than does any other railroad Its several main lines to Kan Â¬ sas City Denver Billings and St Paul permit an unlimited number of variable routes for coast travel No journ lout the the Keltic Coast is comply Part of il No Burlington Rout hottpuau tban the Burlington can 00 tound in any journey to the Pacific Coast l TUB SICK Drawlngroom and compartment sleep- Â¬ ers chair cars seats free and dining cars Only line with dinlug car services St Louis to Denver OS per cent sun Â¬ shine through the year via scenic Colora- Â¬ do and Salt Ltke City The Billings Route is in connection with Northern Pacific Railroad for Puget Sound travel Handsomest trains in the world between ChicpgiandSt Paul Ask ycur Ticket Agent for the Burlington Rute on Coast tickets Howard Elliott L V Wakklby Â¬ lots of people All the world arnuud That would like to hear the story Of the city ot Balltown So If yon will be patient Just a little while Ill relate to you tho Blory In tho best pcetlo style This town Is situated On tho road to Bowlin Green And it is as cute a llttlo town As a traveler ever seen It was settled in 78 Early In tho fa And Its name originated From Mr William Ball Ho was a merchant of courso And his trado it was immense For eyory sack of flour you bought Cost you a dollar and five con La But they wouldnt let the prices Of nothing get them down For they had a full determination To build them up a town They were a set of people With much self control And they had started the Ball lollirg And the Ball it had to roll When tho town was bulldirg rapidly As tho ball rolled around Thero was a gentleman from Hoosier Walked into tho town Having an Indiana rubber tongue And a pocket full uf bait He bought tho store of Mr Ball And all his real estate But this never checked tho Ball from rolling Not a little bit For this Hoosier was a hnstlor And he had lots of grit But from ancient history I will now decline And call your attention To tho present day and time For the merchandise business Is now transacted by Mr Pate And be is one of tho h us tl Ingest mer- Â¬ chants In old Kentucky state He is clever and accommodating And exceedingly polite Hes a llttlo on tho stingy order But thats alright And down a little funh r If you wish to stop Youll find Mr Perkins Busy in his shop From morning till night You can hear the sound Of his anvil and hammer All over the town We have no street cars In our llttlo town But have other conveyances Wo readily propound Tho material of our streets Is bound to be ruro - For it is genuina l9 V jr3ugiiiy matured We are not botnerod with coal dust Let that be understood For the citlzms are all farmers And they all burn wood We aro not disturbed By the roaring trains Buzzing factories t know theres possibilities of tho noxt llfo In a very praotlcablo way ns this other is un- Â¬ doubtedly tho ntmosphcro of thoso in tho ethereal world If then thoy brcatho an air within an nlr it is equally possiblo to concolvo that inter blended with onr vfsiblo world is thoir invlslblo world coexisting with ours as other coexists with air In a recent sormon that brilliant and profound thinker Rev JohnPngoIIopps Soionco is carry Â¬ of London has said ing ns in every direction into on tmsooa nniverso and tffis unseen nnivorso is ovcrywhoro felt to bo tho sphoro of causes and tho source and center of all tho essential elements and activities of creation This inquiry into a future lifo is n striotly scientific ono and is as has said a proper branch of tho physiology of thospooios It is only tho nccidont of Its connection wltn tho quostion of rowords and punishments and with considerations relating to tho boing and tho providence of God that has mado it a religious quostion Womans Tribune 3roe a Century Old A strango story of a frog is told us by ono who is acquainted with tho facta On tho old Ritchlo placo which abounds with relics of early days Is an old log springhouso built at tho begin Â¬ ning of tho century by John Rltchio tho inventor of tho sour mash process of making whisky A nover failing stream of ico cold wator flows into this old houso forming a pool sovoral foot deep Hero since John Ritchlo loft Lynns Fort and bnilt himself an independent dwell ing it is alleged n giant bullfrog has had its homo As tho frog family is en Â¬ dowed with groat longevity it is said by thoso who ought to know that it is reasouablo to beliovo that tho frog is tho samo ono whioh took up its resi Â¬ dence in tho Ritchio springhouso in pio neer times What lends color to this theory is tho faot that thero has never boen but ono frog soon in tho neighborhood of tho old spring and Mr Stephen Rltchio now a man well advanced in years states that this samo frog or ono Tory similar to it had its homo in tho spring when ho was a child and that ho has often heard his grandmother term tho frog her rain sign Tho frog is said to bo of vast proportions with a than derous volco that can bo heard a great distance It is very activo and shows no ovidonco of its century or moro of years Bardstowu Ky Record Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ BUOOcR TROUBLE The bladder was created for one pur Â¬ pose namely a recepUcle for urine and assuchltis not llabl e to any form of disease except by oM or two ways The first way is from Imperfect action of the kidneys Tho second way Is from care Â¬ less local treatment of other diseases SAMPliHRENT FKKE Unhealthy urine from unhealthy kid Â¬ neys Is the chief cause of bndder troubles It is comforting to know that Dr Kll mors Swamp Root fulfills overy wish In quickly curing bladder and urinary trou- Â¬ bles It corrects frequent calls inability to hold urino and scalding or stinging pain in passing it or bad effects follow log the nso of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to get up many times during the night to urinate The mild and extraordinary effect of Dr Kilmers Swamp Root is soon to be realized It stands the highest for Its wonderful cures of tho most distressing cases If yon need a medicine you should have the beet At drupgsts fifty cents and ono dollar You may have a sample bottle and pamphlet both sent free by mall Mention the Bbkckknbidok News and send your address to Dr Kilmer A Co N Y The proprietors of this paper guarantee the genuineness of this offer Kb SU71 Vot Her Stay I Stay I ho murmured She turned and faced him in tho doorway No sho said I cant do that Im Cleveland Plain a dross reforrner Dealer Â¬ Pretty and Neat BOTH IN STYLE AND COLOR 1 THIS SEASONS CLOTHING Fop Men Boys and Children Come and make a close inspection Prices J will not scare you away Geo Yeakel BRANDENBURG KY 3vtrut3Si Co THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE Lang Troubles ana Consumption Can Cared m iauvLruuvLr iii ifViriorwjrsflorvirynoxK rti nyjtyupjtysjcrotyoi ou rtnCKXSarjyarsxHJ An Eminent New York Chemist and Scien- tist Makes Free Offer to Our Readers SALE Â¬ And such like things The school house is located All alone So the noise of the children Wont bother you at home To speak politically I will have to say The Republicans have It All their way For the majority are soldiers Or aro soldiers sans And they think It a crime To fire Dmocrat gun So you havo read the history As plain as can be And if you dont believo it Just come and Onions and Cupid Among tho Groeks tho onionwas for merly used nt marxlnjwT dr Jar of len tils o cY3flw and ono of onions bo Vk spoken of as gifts to tho daughter of King Cotys upon tho occasion of her marrlago to Iphlcrates In somo places even now onions aro thrown after bridos as is rico in our land In tho south of England this patri- Â¬ archal plant was used by girls to divino thoir futuro husbands When tho onions wero purchased for this purpose it was necessary for tho purchaser to enter tho shop by ono door and go out by another It was thcreforo important to select a greengrocers shop which had two doors Onions bought in this careful way if placod under tho pillow on St Thomas ovo wero warranted to bring visions of tho futuro husband Country girls wero also wont to tako an onion and namo it after St Thomas It was then peeled and wrapped in a clean handkorohiof after which plac ing It carefully on their heads the maids would say Â¬ Â¬ The distinguished New York chemist T A Slocum demonstrating his discovery of a reliable and absolute euro for Consumption pulmonary Tuberculosis and all bronchial throat lung and chest diseases stubborn coughs catarrhal affections general decline and weakness loss of flesh and all conditions of wastÂ¬ ing away will send THREE FREE BOT- Â¬ TLES all different of his Now Discov- Â¬ eries to any afflicted reader of the Bekck KNMDflK News writing for them His New Scientific Treatment has cured thousands permanently by Its timely use and he considers it a simple professional duty to suffering humanity Mi donate a tnai 01 ma jnamuie cure KfInnrjalnUutointp8 new wonders and this great chemist patiently experi- Â¬ menting for years has produced results as beneficial to humanity as can bo claimed by any modern genius His as- Â¬ sertion that lung troubles and consump- Â¬ tion aro curable in any climate is proven filed by heartfelt letters of gratitude in his American and European laborator- Â¬ ies in thousands from thoso cured in all parts of the world Medical experts concede that bron- Â¬ chial chest and luug troubles lead to Cousumption which uninterrupted means speedy and certain death Simply write to T A Slocum M 0 08 Pine street New York giving post office and express address and the free medicine will be promptly sent Suffer- Â¬ ers should take instant advantage of his generous proposition Please tell the Doctor that you saw his offer in the Bbeckknbidqe News -- POSTPONED On account of a mis- Â¬ understanding the jSale jif the estate of W J McDaniel Deceased of McDaniels Ky adver- Â¬ tised for Nov 18 97 is postponed indefinitely E I J McDANIEL Admin BBffigBSgafflmriSlBBBBBBHaaH Geneial Manager General Passenger Ag nt St Louis Mo Good St Thomas do me right And lot my trao lovo come tonight Thnt I may look lilra In tho fsoa And him in my fond anna embrace Ada Storling in Chautauquan Hows This Wo offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that can not be se cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY CO Props Toledo 0 We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last fifteen years and be- Â¬ lieve him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their Â¬ 0 W S Mattingly Ky This Tells Where Health May Be Found And that is more important than making money If your blood is impure Hoods Sarsaparllla is the medicine for you It cures scrofula salt rheum rheumatism catarrh and all other diseases oiglnat-in- in or promoted by impure blood and low state of the system lira West Truax Wholesale Druggist Tole- Â¬ do 0 Walding Rinnan Marvin Wholesalo Druggists Toledo Ohio Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internal- Â¬ Galupoli O Nov 12 Ambrose Black living near Win field was as ly acting directly upon the blood and Hoods Fills are easy to take easy to saulted by his son and last mucous surfaces of the system Price operate Cure indigestion headache night because ho thrashed Mrs Black 75c per bottle Sold by all Druggists Telephone lb lied A cndgi 1 was used over his head and ho was killed His slayers havo disap- Testimonials free Ono of tho modt Ingenious applica- Â¬ peared tions of tho tolcphono is tho portable Constantinos Cowardice form which is known as the portable It wns only right that both as the heir apparent and ns commander in hospital telephone Its particular nso chiof Crown Prince Constantino should is to enable pooplo in a sickroom in havo taken care to prescrvo his Ufa which an infectious disease is boing But ho was too careful or to bo qnito nursed to commnnicutivo with the pootho rest fair to him it may have been that ho ploIninhospitals ot tho house this Is a deep seated blood disease which was ill advised by tho young men on tho telophono to simplo adaptation of tho requirements of tho all the mineral mixtures iu the world his staff Still his staff was of his own cannot cure SSS guatanlccdpurely choosing His chief of staff was a yonng situation will bo found invalnablo but vegetable is a real blood remedy for man known as a leader of cotillons in an oven greater field for its utility will blood diseases and has no equal Athens and who so I was repeatedly bo tho privato houso Mrs YT Duck of DclaneyArk had Tho irksoraeness of having somo of Scrofula for twenty five years and most infonned has rofusod to fight ninodnels tho infectious diseases in a mild form is in a country whero that relio of barba of the time was under the care of the multiplied tenfold by tho enforced so doctors who could not relieve her A rism is still recognized as an affair clusiou of tho patient who is suddenly tonching a mans honor It wns this specialist said he cut off from lntorcourso tho rest could cure her hut youth who turned tho Urock ladles out of tho family Now bywith mero adtho he filled her with of a railroad carriago to make room for arsenic and potash tho prince and who helped to fill it dition of this llttlo instrument to tho which almost ruined with his highness linen and dressing furnituro of tho apartment it is possi- Â¬ her constitution She cases It is pleasant to remember that blo for a sick person to keep up a con Â¬ versation with any member of tho rest then took nearly ono of porters at every so called blood railroad tho democratio indignant tho of tho family and in this way tho te was so station at medicine and- drank dium which is inseparable from tho this that ho knocked tho them by the wholesale compulsory isolation may bo relieved but they did not reach full length on tho platform Ono of tho Furthermore tho nurso will by its ucr trouble Some Greek papers in describing tho flight ot moans bo saved n good many journeys one advised Iter to trv tho crown prince said in an editorial oven in noninfectious cases for she can s MV Wo aro happy to stato that on the ar0V IfeJ soon found that she had a real blood rival of the train it was found that not ask for things to bo brought to her at remedy at last She says After tak Â¬ ono pocket handkorchicf to odd times which in tho ordinary ing one dozen bottles of SSS I am tho prince was lost and so belonging of courso sho would havo to go for or at the honor perfectly well my skin is clear Another paper said least ring a bell and havo somo ono and healthy aud I would not be in Grccco is saved Loues the peasant won tho raco from come to tho door to ask what she re Â¬ my former condition for two thousand quired Pearsons Weekly dollars Instead of drying up the poison Marathon Constantino tho prlnco won Richard Hard in iny system like the potash and tho raco from Larissa Notici arsenic SSS drove the disease out ing Davis in Harpers Magazine t through the si I u aud I was perma Â¬ All persons having claims against the A 1artlos ft nently dd of estate of Virgil Hardin deceased will Penelope Their engagement created present the same properly proven to me qnito a sensation bat I bolievo that some on or before January 6th 1808 gS S never ails to cure Scrofula cruel misunderstanding parted them All persons knowing themselves In Â¬ Mario Yes ho understood that her Ifczema RhJuinatistn Coutagious Mood debted to tho estate of Virgil Hardin de Iolsou or any disorder of the blood father was wealthy -- Brooklyn Life Do not rely upon a simple tonic to cure ceased will come forward and settle a deep 51 ted hlood disease but take a Xacoalo Mm Hannah Hardin real blow romtdy Tbonfihtly Well old bom I nadcr Admlnlstratix of the estate of Virgil Ou- - hooka good politic and yon applM Jer Hardin MMd ytcilajr WIuU was tint ovteoawf 1 wtin Swift V Lucky JIm otwarfally Iswowo V T tsw yifr CBha k 8plu G Ca Ou AMatatkk sum ulu Cincinnati Ootwwelal TrifawM p Atlanta WD son-in-laÂ¬ u ir neuter irf it Scrofula Â¬ In the Bine Paper Lady Holland in her memoir of her father Sydnoy Smith gives an amusing story It happenod nearly CO yoars ago but it has not yet lost its point Havo you never observed what a disllko servants havo to any thing cheap They hato saving their masters monoy I tried this experiment with great suc cess tho other day Finding wo con sumed a great deal of soap I sat down in my thinking chair and took tho soap question into consideration and I found reason to suspect that wo woro using a very expensive artlclo when a much cheaper one would serve the purpose bettor I ordered half a dozen pounds of both sorts but took precaution of chang- Â¬ ing tho papers on which tho prices wero marked boforo giving them into tho hands of Betty Well Betty which soap do you find washes best Oh pleaso sir the dcarost in tho bluo paper It makes a lather as well again as the other Well Dotty you shall always havo it then And thus tho unsuspecting Betty saved mo somo pounds a year and washed tho clothes bettor Â¬ HLL I WILL - ON r- n i Tuesday Nov 23d Sell to the Highest and Best Bidder 1897 n n Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - fiiLJh mWj p ni 1 Â¬ Low Water Alarm An apparatus for sending an elootrlo alarm when tho water In a boiler sinks to tho danger limit consists of a mer cury tubo incased iu a metal fitting and attached to tho boilor by a pipo and ol bow inserted at low water level Two platinum wlro ends aro lot Into tho sides of tho tubo abovo tho normal po Â¬ sition of tho moroury ono being attach cd to tho fitting and tho other to tho in- Â¬ sulated binding scrow at tho top thero being thus but ono wlro to tho bell and battery So long ns the water is high enough it maintains its position la tho pipe and the moroury is kept bolow the wiro ends but shonld tho water fall bo low tho lino tho pipo fills with steam tho mercury rises above tho wiro ends and an electrical circuit is formed and tho alarm bell sounds continuously ua til tho water is again above the dauger lino Science Â¬ 14 Head of Horsed and Mules nmUMm - Cattle 55HeaipW BTV JCV J5X ogs - A Real Blood Remedy tho height or a nouso mu not exceed 82 feet Th floor 0 Mw last story must not bo more feet abovo tho level of tho street Whi tb ground slopes this menuro hib be taiJ en from tho highest point Tb boas must not havo moro than Ave stories In Vienna tha Gt Farming Implements Household and Kitchen Furniture Corn Hay etc at tho residence of the lateW Y Hnrdin jss 2 milesiputh of BewleyViille Ky jfe v - - T including tho cellar and attics Tho word do or its oqaivalest sound exists in all laBgangw and every 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