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Digital page images are linked to the text file. v Jt V TH t OK ALL THE BIQ RID THATS KIT TO PRINT STARVATION TALES Cubans Begging news NO 19 Contracted ORDWAY DEAD In Iarls Ends Fatally In Washington Royal bmIcm the food per wboIsjobm aa oeHcfM GENERAL A Cold -- i NEXWS VOL XXII CLOVEKPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 24 1897 ALBERT J Ka I fx Dayton was olectroctitod in tho annex Great Fire In Melbourne at tho Ohio penitentiary at 13 22 this morning It was lato in tho afternoon Melbourne Nor 22 A great flro Â¬ beforo oclock at What it Should be fusing Governor Bashnolls message re- Loss Will Reach Twenty Five broko out hero in a2very short yestorday to interforo was received Frantz morning and spaco of was visited during tho day by a brother timo did enormous damage v Says Secretary Alger Million Dollars and sister and after tho parting at 0 DEATH ON THE GALLOWS oclock Frantz faintod Ho was soon Hanging la the Hlitorjr of Vlrit restored to consciousness however and Fedneah Kentucky had fully regained his composure by Many Recommendations Made For tho timo for tho oloctrocntlon Ho took PadUoaii Ky Nov 20 Tho first his placo in tho chair at J 218 without Fully One Hundred and Fifty Ware legal hanging in tho history of Pndacah the Betterment of tfte War an apparent tromor The officials were occurred hero yestoriay morning at houses and Factories and Their slow in fastening tho straps and adjust 730 whon Bud Winston hotter Department ing tho electrodes The first shook did Contents Destroyed known among tho negroes as tho not cause death and tho current was Black Devil was jerked into eter- Â¬ applied again thrco times beforo life nity was pronounced extinct at 12 23 Winston was convicted of tho mur OTHER RECOMMENDATIONS Tho crimo for which Frantz paid the penalty was the murder on Aug 37 A Hundred Engines Called Out to Subdue der of Nancy Lacey a negrcss who had as 18U0 of Bessio Littlo a young girl been a friend to tho fellow giving him The Flames whom he had botrayed Her body was food and clothing whon ho was hunted thrown into tho Stillwater river where by officers who wanted him on threo or A Military Foree For Alaska Re it was found by E I Harporof Jr four criminal charges whilo bathing Tho nnravclling the K eommeaded London Nov 20t One of tho most SSWinston abused the woman and sho crime and tho trial furnished one of the disastrous Arcs in Loudons history resented this by ordering him to leavo Â¬ most exciting chapters in criminal his her homo This angered ho tory in Ohio Frantz mado an alleged tinco tho great flro of 1060 broko ont in struck hor with a flro shovelhim andher killing confession in which bo claimed tho a large blook of buildings lying cast instantly WasjIIotox Nor 22In his first girl had shot horself while they wero ward of Aldersgato stroct Sinco tho ho aaunal report Secretary Alger makes out riding and fearing ho would bo that thoroughfare aiid Red and between proved guilty trial in which wero was negroes who Cross street ac Â¬ many recommendations for tho better- Â¬ charged with murder ho had thrown just after 1 oclock yesterday afternoon quainted with Winston havo told of ment of the administration of tho war the body in tho river Tho Iamo3 wero fanned by a strong othor murders ho has been guilty of departmentf based upon tho concluIf tho stories told by them are trno CLUMSY PRACTICAL JOKE wind and wero fod by highly inflain sions of his subordinate officers Ho the Black Devil was a fiend and do Hoy Shot Over a Homo and One Was mablo stocks of Christmas fancy goods served his fate Mks favorable consideration for tho and flimsy dress materials of all descrip- Â¬ Thoro is overy reason for bolioving Killed by the Occupant proposition to add two regiments to tho tions that filled every floor of tho six that Winston killed six persons Wichita Kan Nov 2a Pink Smith buildings in he old street Consequent artillery branch pointing to tho valua Â¬ ble fortifications now being erected shot and killed John H Jones at the ly tho conflagration gained headway BARBAROUS PUNISHMENT which he says should not bo manned horrio of tho formor near Cliff The with surprising rapidity and was soon A Chinese Hoy Await the Punishment of killing was the result of a clumsy prac- Â¬ boyond tho possibility of boing checked by a corporals guard Being Sliced to Venth Ho says of Alaska that ns many as tical joko Tho father of tho Jones by the few engines which wero early on San Francisco Nov 10 EAdvices 100000 people will 10 gathered thero hoys got lost and ho stopped at tho tho spot For four and one halt hours flames had their own way and It from Shanghai say that an next year and a military force should homo of Pink Smith to find his way tho only was hundred en Â¬ be sent to the territory and largo emer Ho took supper with tho family and gines had after more than athat the chief boy had been arrested at Kin Kucl for worked an remained until tho tragedy His sops of the flro brigade hour out the signal accidentally causing tho death of his gency powers should be granted to tho sent mothor It was reported ho would president to repress lawlessness Prob Â¬ four in number came to tho houso that the fire was nndcr control havo to consequences of his -- in tho evening and ably tho croatina of additional military about 10 oclock Hamsell street was the sccno of tho accident suffer tho sliced by being to death Tho finding their father there begen shoot Â¬ outbreak of tho flro which was duo to reservations like that of St Michaels an explosion in connection with a gas foroign residents of Shanghai protested may bo the best means to meet the ing over tho building with a shotgun or After problem A boat for tho patrol of tho jumped five his six shots Pink SmithÂ¬ engine on the premises of Walter but wore assured that there was absoWinchester and re for Company mantel manufac Â¬ lutely nothing in tho report asked for as well as in Â¬ turned tho flro Ho shot John H Jones Brown Yukon is also at No 80 on that thoroughfare that creased pay for tho enlisted men serving through tho loft breast killing him in- Â¬ turers third factory was crowded with is It now appears prisontho wretched boy Their confined in at Soo Chow in Alaska stantly girls whon the flro broko out and it was awaiting the final orders for the carSecretary Alger recommends tho re Â¬ Explanations developed tho fact that instantly tho sceno of semi panic the rying out of the barbarous punishment vival of the grade of lioutenant general the Jones boys shot over the building frightened operatives rushing to tho Nine Arrests For White Capplug- saying that all the great nations givo to scire their father and not intonding roof of tho building and henco crossing then officers muoh higher ranks than to kill any ono Pink Smith is 23 years to other buildings and so effecting their Bloominotov Iud Nov 10 Nino does thd United States of ago and youug Jones 20 Smith escapo whlo tho flames wore pouring well known citizens in tho southeastern Ho endorses the recommendation of gave himseif dp and is in jail at Oak out of tho basements In less than a port of tho county havo been arrested Â¬ tho superintendent of tho military acadlaud bat will probably be released quarter of an hour the flames had en- Â¬ for White Capping All wero indicted emy that the number of students at veloped the adjoining warohouso and by tho grand jury It is alleged that HENRY GEORGES WILL West Point be increased by allowing thence thoy leaped across tho stroet to men took ing each senator to nomfnato a cadet All Ilia rroperty lloth Ileal and Ferson- - an enormous paper warehouse which on tho night of Aug 17 thoold mothor Milton Santhen aud his Ah an alternative ho snggcjts that tho was fully alight in less than 10 minutes al llefiiienthed to III Wife from heme by forco and cruelly whipped prosidout bo authorized to appoint 10 By this time it was evident to the them The names of the men arrested Nkw York Nov 22 Tho will of cadets at large each year filed Saturday witfi firemen that they wero face to face with nro William Sexton Eli Eadds Georgo Favorable comment is made upon tho Henry George was a great disaster ana a genorai alarm Hartzock Oscar Mitchell John Mitchell It be Was sent out Then from all tho flro Work of the military colleges of tho tho surrogato of Kinjs county country but it is suggested that tho law queaths all of his money to his wife stations even thoso quite five miles Maurice Lucas Everett Ohambois Georgo Palmer and Charles Bodkins bo amended so as authorize details of His two sous are witnosses to the will from the scene of tho disaster engines army officers only to such colleges as The will had been written out on an were hurried to tho spot and tho police Famous fhotog ranher Dead have at least 160 pupils actually presont ordinary sheet of paper by Mr George gathered about tho neighborhood in Cincinnati Nov 10 James Landy Attention is called to tho need of a great force This display of strength the photographer famous the world proper system of criminal jurisdiction and is as follows on the part of the pojico required I Henry George nt present residing In as the crowd swelling in was every mo- over died yesterday at his homo in this ovor military reservations and of a hall size city He was about 00 years old and of records for tho storage of 6fBcial pa Fort Hamilton Shoro road and Ninety ment Boon amounted to tens of thou ninth street city of Brooklyn N Y be sands of people and the firemen re leavps a widow a son ond daughter 4t pers The estimate for army transport tatioa is increased by 100000 to pro- Â¬ lng of sound mind and having In viSw quired every possible freedom of action His work as a photographer won him tho uncertainty of life do In tho presence vide means for moving heavy ordnances as their fight was ono of tho greatest medals from America and Europe His Seven Ages Hiawatha Know To provide for tho new posts needed on of my two sons make and publish this as difficulty owing to tho ilarrowness of my last will and testament Jjaughing ana Crying tin the seacoasts an estimate of 3000000 tho old crooked streets which are tho myseir In tho eent of my death beforo that of featuro of that part of London com- bies and Moses havo been copied is submitted Until recently tho hospital at Hot my wife I hereby will and bequeath to bined with the height of the ware- Â¬ far and wido Landy in his timo phoÂ¬ my said wife Annio C George all the houses which cut off the firomen from tographed many noted persons Springs was open only to soldiers of the regular army but Secretary Alger has proiwrry real and personal or mixed of all air ohanco of confining the outItarned to Death amended the regulations so as to au Â¬ which I may die possessed making her break Topeka Nov 22 Mrs M A Trigg thorize tho admission of suitable cases my sole executrix wlthwifcbond The oxcitemont among the on lookors TMttav George among the veterans of the late war who crowded every possible point of aged 52 years and her Henry George Jr RftSoW S George In the opinion of tho secretary an in Â¬ vew was very great as may be judged daughter Ethel lost thoir lives in a crease in the engineer corps in officers Witnesses from the fact that firemen had to be ro fire that destroyed their residence in enlisted men is indispensable Ho and peatedly rescued by their comrades by West Eleventh street at 4 oclock SunBULLETS END A DANCE points to the immense value and extent the fire oscapes of the buildings which A son oscapea with a Boy SbooU Twe had caught fire after the firemen had day morning jnmping of he work now in tho hands of this A Seventten-Year-Ol- d broken leg from a second corps and contends that it could bo Ilrother In Georgia mounted to their roofs to fight the story window Mrs Trigg had escaped better supervised and improved in flames in adjoining structures Go Nov 22 At a coun Movlthie but returned to save the daughter and quantity and quality by the assignment try danco near hero and attended by all The rescue of operatives by tho firo- Â¬ fell exhausted at her bedside Her body of more officers which is now impossi- tho prominent pooplo of tho county men the hurrying of hosts of clerks was burned to a crisp Tho girl was ble who were trying to save books and suffocated Secretary Alger transmits without re- Â¬ Robert Register was shot dead and his valuable papers from the flro and the brother probably fatally wounded as rushing hero and thero of many employes Attempt to Wreck a Train duction tho estimato of tho chief of en the result of a quarrel which sprung up who were attempting to carry to places gineers for the next fiscal year amount Greensneld 0 Nov 20 A das ing to 487281130 more than doublo tho with Noli Sinclair a boy 17 years old of safety oostly merchandise or othor tardly attompt was mado last night to appointments for the current year Ho Tho shooting was tho result of a feud valuables added to the confusion Tho Chicago says these are largely in excess of what which Sinclair renewed at the dance heat was so intense that several firemen wreck the fast Now York and at this thoy should be at a time when tho do His attack was unexpected by the Reg whore obliged to direct their operations express on the Erie railroad wands upon tho treasury are as great under showers of water poured upon place The wreckors had piled iron as now therefore he recommends a ister brothers and tho noiso of the shots them But in spite of exertions of the plates upon the trade but in such a above tho sounds of tho masio and entiro train miraculously large reduction In justice to tho chief scraping of tho feet created consternafiremen tlfo fire crept on very steadily way that tho them without being deof engineer Secretary Algorsaya that tion and soon scattered tho participants until Nicholl square which is situated passed over is the second attempt to thoso estimates were made by his own Sinclair escaped but tho coroner ro- - at the for end of Hamsell street was railed This wreck a train hero in the last few days direction that the facts might bo placed turned a verdict charging him witj reached before congress showing what tho ex muruer At a little after 3 oclock a dozen and detectives nro trying to locate the fiends ah the state penditures would be wero all the re Â¬ this section of parties nro weu Known in hose pipes each with a 12 foot spread quirements of the river and harbor poured water into tho blaze from an op- Â¬ Outrage and Murder laws completed with and he sites tho Struck It Itlch posite roof front the street below and Cleveland Nov 20 Mrs Nettie fact that the outstanding continuous Sajta Cruz Cala Nov 23 In 1894 from the burning promises themselves contracts ter river and harbor work will John IL Johnson left Bonlder Creek for but it did not seem to have any effect Winkler wifo of Jacob Winkler was murdered in her home at 1581 St Clair require an expenditure of over 17000 Alaska Ho obtained employment near The water rushed out of the window street yesterday afternoon Sho was 000 for th next fecal year The score floor like a water working faithfully and from tho ground leaped higher taryendores the project for tho con Â¬ Juneau as a laborer fallwhlle the flames and found on the floor of hor homo with her struction of the ship canal connecting for two years and earning enough to pur higher and as the floors fell in the skull crushed in from a blow with a Lakes Huron and Washington with chaso an outllt with which ho started plaoe still blazed a gigantic display of hammer Sho was removed to a hosPugce sound but statos that actlvo for Circlo Cty- Nothing boing heard fire and smoke till tho building was pital and died at 8 oclock The evidences operations con not be commenced for of him for two years th local court of completely gutted and tho walls keeled show that a desperate straggle had taken place and that she had been outsome time as tho right of way has not Foresters o which hq was a member over appointed a committee to ascertain his yet been acquired The confusion in the streets increased raged Thero ia no clew to tho perpewhereabouts His friends were grati- Â¬ as the fire spread Suddonly thoro was trator Secretary Alger especially comments for patriotism generosity and zeal Col Â¬ fied to learn from a letter written in an explosion of gas meters sounding Twenty Years Imprisonment onel Bufflugton and Captain Crozier Dawson City Sept 80 that ho is thero like the reports of field guns followed Cincinnati Nov 10 Duke Croxon the luyentors of tho disappearing gun known as tho Bonanza king his by a momentary hush After that tho carriage who generously donated tho claim in Klondike boing worth hun Wild rushing here and thero was ro the first to be tried of tho nine men who dreds of thousands of dollars invention to the government sumed with increased energy Men followod Mr and Mrs Gleason out of Tho report closes with tho renewal of risked their live in desperate efforts to Newport Ky and taking tho woman Fonr Children Hurled Together the recommendation that provision bo OouiNTir Ky Nov 22 A remarka Â¬ save daybooks ledgers feathers jew Â¬ from her husband at tho point of a ro ioc tue erection in wasmngtoii oi ble funeral occurred at Colemanville elry valuable chlnawaro eto One volver bjqtally outraged her has boon to Genoral Grant man actually hazarded his life to fetch foand guilty and his punishment fixed The estimates for tho next fiscal yoar Saturday Four children of Jefferson his bat and cane 200 feet of stonework by the jury at 20 years in the peniten Duuaway wero burled at ono time and glass falling at his heel a he tiary The Jrial was hold at Newport against 13 arattfate 66346449 atas the BM417 the amount appropria Â¬ They died ono after the other in quiok emerged from the building Ky under Keniuoky law the penalty Several firemen were almost buried coald havo been made death tion for the enrreat year The princi succession of typhoid feyer whicn as pal items of increase are in rivers and sumed a maljgaant form One of the in the naming ruins a front after jwrlMM where the estimate is 4872y Baa Amuck on Milpboard children a young matt was to have front of the flaming warehouses fell in ISO m against the appropriation pf been married withta ahect time The hurling ton of bricks and masonry into Boston Nov 33 Manuel Genoarin tMMf 0B fortiftcatlons and tea coast altlanced bride-- and paretita are nearly the streets tan sting and cutting the fire a PortagHese sailor of the fishing beside themselves with jfrief There hose in all directions while tons of schooner Two Forty of Gloucester fetaMea tt878571 m against boon six other M7rl awl Military posts parks and have also the neighborhooddeath from fiery matter were falling ia every di- Â¬ went orazy during last night and ran typhoid iu rection otnetcrlw 86538 against 880807 knife attacking with a There was ho abatement of the blaae araackshipmates sharp badly wounding tabbed to Death foar and ALU WERE KILLED before 3 30 p m Then the check cam thein while they wero lying in their New York Nov 23 Loreuao G1H ia J twin street and in Well street A OM FmHfV streaks Out h Wliluk Hello Gcnourtawas afterward found bunk an Italian streetsweefer was Where the collapse of a wall oa th Few tef4 Xea Their Lives the stabbed to death last night by a fellow Hflht hand tide of that thorouhfare dead in knifecabin his throat cat and hla bloody in his hand Mandsviluc JX Vot 32 Bayou coautrymait named Pominlco Cesar build the means of saving the Lsyqombe small setfkwent 11 miles duriug wr altercation in the hallway of vh ii the street Tha width of Red lag Child ratally Injured by He Mother of fcre has been tuescetieor a a hoste on Mulberry street Owe street a comparatively broad 23 Bam ilOPKiNsviLLx tragedy News has jetbeea The stabbing waa the outcome of a feeeoofhfar alto formed a barrier nei Gooch the Ky Nov ton of W G tare or aaesperaWflirtrtbe- - grndge which had existed between th th Saturday Tfcfcriet ravaged by th Are U Qooch was fatally isjeredMother was twsii Arthsy and Edward JoU est owe men for aeveval weekc After cutting Red ana xawara isjsmi GallHielle Oeeart nw away and ha boadd by Aldref4 ttyett Brad by a Jcmf with which hi slipped from mm iJtmwmm cutting Croat Maidea Head Coart and fd Th knife wklek molted in the kilV not yet boon eaptared on tW oik her hand and struck th boy between ford avMi and iuclad th tntermt Sbo U th parti oaoeernod Turkey ror the TmHwl diet Jwm HmI1 Well d the eye the sharp blade severing an HOMMM WWSTEKLTt K T HOV M Xdmnud and Jwia Ortcat and part artery Bm asjt yjMok weft ttta weapons ef Australian aveUDe Pauls aOy rVoM who has aunaally aeet a tvrkey OUiMmis U Fair Health Th omm of Um difflalr it aitriu- - Lp th presidents tabl alaee the day of Cripple Gate churchyard Wood A dispatch from London Mv Oa aeoonut Senator H B Anthony of Hhod Ialaad to aji old family Nichol tqmat tqttare MoukwtU of up natotesMM of th piao and the Uawardanfaaf that Mr Gladeto aad Yor ha aaUet a bird this year that will ISO ware laok of araituwjr mtoaa of oaousoaioo U it offlolally rpcrtd Vho hearth att amrtuiHfg weigh rt will be shipped to hooMt hav bean gutted that atUmatt 3ernUtg widely tjflatdhere W U An tk Mm details are nooeat arily vary PitwJdettt poouds Itearly uxt MofUqtey meagre Ooront itfoit has bswn noti of th damag done plaoe th amount hi tjaaai bmUk atpd Tttday mernlng at 4MO0OQ sterling or 130000000 fed and i mov on his way to the scans th oattlt walked to aadj fro SmaUpin pill DeWItt Little Nearly all of th BritUh r intor and ofuUMa tnvillftohfohf whet ho at Early HUwra com fciWaaBa aao oompaate ar tnvolvM ana Br ooaetlp earnce thtir m MMiloaily aaaei- - leuata ttawsjta W Hay- - iomiM ttotftDd riima Caeeant OUR WAR FOOTING Ilia FRANTZ ELECTROCUTED Murder of Bessie Little at tMt Legally Avenged FIRE LONDON Columbus 0 Nor 10 Albert J Frantz tho murderer of Dessio Little of IN cut thus interrupting communication with many of the big provincial towns Tho fire will canso an enormous ad vanco in tho prico of ostrich feathers which rose 80 per cent last evening Two feather firms alone havo lost 15 000 IttlNot Crumbs Residents of American 11 Â¬ That Americans Have Anything Due to the Relief Fund of Fifty Thousand Dollars Voted Last Spring by Congress Is SEVERAL SKIRMISHES REPORTED Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ a4e uu Â¬ Â¬ -- teesrt lt New York Nov 20 A special to Tho World from Havana Cuba says In overy town in Oria whero thero aro American citizens yronps of starv ing islanders gather overy day in front of tho lionsen of thoso Americans and beg for tho crumbs that fall from the table That Americans havo anything on their tables from which crumbs could fall is due to tho relief fund of 150000 voted last Bprlng by congress Consul General Leo has drawn so far about 135000 of tho total amount and haa distributed tho money to tho consuls iu Matanzas Cicufucgos Sagua Santiago and olsowhere Theso consuls buy piovisions aud distribute weekly rations to distressed Americans Thero aro 1400 Americans on the Of theso consular reliof fund list aboat 250 aro American born Tho others aro naturalized citizens and their families who having had their citizenship papers properly registered at the diuermit United States consul- Â¬ ates aro entitled if in distress to tho same relief as American born citizens This courso of action General Leo has followed iu all cases and tho stato department has approved it According to a statement mado by Consul Barker who is stationed at Sa gua about 10000 pooplo aro being kept alive in Cuba by these rations distributed for the support of 1400 Neighbors gather nrouud tho front door of tho houses of American citizens and beg a sharo of the food that comes from tho consulates FOUND A HIDDEN CAVE Where suffering is so genoral theso appeals aro not iu vain aud tho scant It Was Used j a Notorious Gang For supply of rice jerked beof aud bread is Storing Stolen Ooods mado to do service for fivo instead of r Decatur Ind Nov 22 Tho arrest ono Iu tho town of Sagaa a person walk- Â¬ of Amos Herman aud Adam and Albort ing through tho principal streets about Mussor near Berno last week for stealIU in or i p m can tell tho houses ing has turned out to bo a sensational of American citizens by tho Crowds of afTair and will be the cause of breaking starving creatures pationtly waiting at up ono of tho most notorious bands of tho door and hoping to got even a robbers in tho west Since tho above mouthful of rico or tho crust of a pieco trios incarceration here officers and citof bread The most pitiabio sight is to seo tho izens have been searching for evidence babes in arms hardly alive aud the and stolen goods and some startling dis email children with their thin little coveries have been mado Whilo searching in an- - old barn on legs and arms and distended bodies all Indicating lack of nourishment and Amos Hermans farm a trap door was foand covered with boards and straw r death by starvation Thero are no markets in auy but the that opened to a eave beneath the old bigger cities becauso uothing is pro- Â¬ stable Tho cave was quite largo and duced to supply them and uo ono has was almost filled with stolen goods of all descriptions An old granary near money to buy with Misery is universal safTering is everywhere and tho by was so arranged that by romoving a few planks a funnel would receive death rato goes up higher and higher and tolescopo grain to tho cavo which each day In tho town of Sagua whero thero is oxtended from barn to granary and wo a population of about 20000 tho death a large roomy affair containing hun Â¬ list for five years boforo tho was was dreds of dollars worth of stolen goods 600 a year Iu the mouth of August of including clover seed and other ffmali this year 018 persons died of starvation grain Tho premises of Samuel Wnensoh alone wander another farmer living near Consul Brico stationed at Matanzas by was searched and undor an old hay 37000 persons roports that sinco July stack was a cave in courso of construchavo died in his district As he was crossing tho public square tion It is supposed this was to bo tho home of the gang as it was being one evening lately ho saw a man fall to tho ground within a fow feet of him neatly arranged into small apartments and hastening to his side found ho was A Lunettes Awful Suicide dead His body was nothing moro than Louisville Nov 20 Jacob Lauer a skeleton such scenes occur overy hour of tho day all over tho island man a mauiao who was being taken to where pooplo aro herded together tho Indiana asylum by relatives killed Genoral Blancos orders to allow the himself in a tragio manner on a southpaoificos to cultivate land outsido tho bound Monon train yesterday As tho military Hues would diminish suffering train Blowod up at St Johns Lake if tho pooplo had tho strength and tho county Iud tho maniac lumped from implements with which to work but the train and ran ahead of the engine they havo neither and Weylors scheme as it started and throw himself down on to exterminate the Cuban population is the tracks The wheels mashed his rapidly proving successful head iuto a pulp It is generally bolieved here in Ha Â¬ vana that Blanco has received orders Yellow Fever Still Kxlits In New Orleans from Madrid to do everything possible New Orleans Nov 23 Thore were to provout starvation reports from going eight new cases of yellow fover and to the United States aud that Minister three deaths yesterday William Demp Dapuy de Lome has urged him to issuo sey Natallo Dl Vicentl and William proclamations and orders that will con- Â¬ Jackson wero the deaths vey tho idea that tho new regime will tako care of tho noncombatants and Instantly Killed by a Train will stop tho presont appalling death Fairmont W Va Nov 19 Jesse rato Parks of Farmington was hit by tbt STILL THE WAR GOES ON fast Hue in tho lower yards hero yester- Â¬ One Ilattle and Soreral Sklrinlihes 4re day and killed instantly He was a Iteported married mu and leaves a widow and Hi remains New York Nov 20 A dispatch to three small children Sev wero taken to Farmington where the Tho Herald from Havana says eral skirmishes are reported from Vari body will be prepared for burial ous proviuces Colonel Payaso with Farmer Kangled j a Vicious Hog SCO men attacked a Spanish column Harkodsburo Ky Nov 10 John near La Coloma killing several and Stone a farmer of Burgin precinct in capturing 23 A small fight took place shooting his hogs yesterday missed hit in the Calabrote hills whore tho rebels aim at one which wounded and crazed used dyuamito with great effect ran at him knocked him down and A battlo of considerable Importance broke his leg in two places beforo he has taken place near Gnanajuy The could bo rorioued Cubans wero commanded by Rodriguez f tupeudous Tobacco Ileal and Pedro Diaz in tho fight The Span lards had 40 killed aud 170 wounded Clarksville Tenn Nov 10 Mor also heavy Ou ac The rebol loss was row Brothers here have secured the concount of the condition of tho ground tract for tobacco for tho Italian govorn Spaniards could make no nseof meut the About 19000000 pounds of dark jhelr artillery and were obliged tore required every It is ar treat to tho forts of tho town Tho tobacco is deal and means year to Kou much rebels set fire to tho brushwood sur- Â¬ iminenso rounding the town and tried to barn tucky growirs the town but rain spoiled tho schemo This Is the district toward whioh Gen Â¬ Pictures Pictures Pictures 11- 1eral Purrado is proceeding and as there Knights are strong forces of Cubans near there a pitched battle is not improbabje Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ New York Nov 22 Goneral Al- Â¬ bert Ordway died at 716 oclock last night at tho Hoffman Houso in this city When death camo the generals wife his sister MIbs Emma Ordway Dr Pcaso tho attending physician and Lieutenant Very a closo frlond and business associate wero at his bedside General Ordway and his wifo returned from Europe last Wodnesday Thoy engaged rooms at tho Hoffman Houso Next day tho goneral was taken sick and ho continued to grow weaker and weaker until 715 oclock yesterday evening when he passed awny The generals death was doubtless hastened by tho sad and recent events in oonncotion with his wayward daughter Bettina Girard Tho latter a complete wreck was a day or two ago transferred to a private sanitarium from Bellevuo hospital Owing to tho pleading of his wifo who had become reconciled to her daughter General Ordway finally consented to the return of tho prodigal and a reunion of the family in Washington was arranged Goneral Ordways death is attributed by tho attending physician to jaundice and pleurisy which developed from a cold contracted in Paris Brovet Brigadier Genoral Albert Ord- Â¬ way who was born In 1843 served with credit and gallantry throughout tho civil war tho greater portion of tho timo with his regiment tho Twenty fourth Massachusetts infantry An act of personal gallantry at New Berno N 0 was followed by Ids appointment as adjutant of tho regiment Ho remained iu North Carolina until January 1803 later Borved in tho Army of tho Potomac then in Florida and through the campaign of 1804 05 In tho Army of tho James After the occupation of Rich- Â¬ mond he was appointed provort mar shal of Virginia where through a portion of tho troubles reconstruction times ho directed tho delicate duties of his position with much skill and tact For gallantry at various times and bo cause of his ability he had been succes sively promoted until when slightly over 22 years of ago ho was made brevot brigadier general being tho youngest officer in tho servico to roccivo that grade His regiment and himself were retained in the service until February I860 and were the last volnntoer troons mustered out in the stato After boing mustered out General Ordway went into business at Richmond and about 10 years later romoved to Wash ington whero as commanding officer of the national guard for a number of years ho brought that organization up to a high standard Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ torn akTk POWDER Absolutely Pure vt OTt min eowcts co mw touk THE MARKETS Iterlew of the Grain and Idrestook Mar Â¬ kets For Noyember 22 Cincinnati Tooaooo Market n Hhds 8601 M9 Â¬ 560 10 J3 Receipts ib4lÂ¬ The price on the offerings ranged as follows 15 tSOHl 75 246 1519 75 618 06 114 75 1U1 fl0iSU 75 480 The 26 Jl hhds offeml averaged 9 76 per 100 lbs Hgalnst t9 88 for 9861 hhds for the previous week and 15 81 for 8879 hhds the corresponding week In 18S6 Actual sabs Offerings Rejections 07 95 229 U6 96 Hi 89 tl3 96 Ilttsborg Cattle Prime ft 7501 86 fair U 00 4 60 bulls stags and cows B 004B3 CO Hogs Prime light 13 6093 05 heavy 8 6033 65 rough Sheep 5033 80 Choice 4 6094 60 fair SJ 5003 75 com3 mon 6 86 3 0033 76 medium 250 Hogs Selected and prime butchers 65 packing 3 4033 60 common f03 3 803 85 nail rough Sheep tM 600 4 88 lambs 3 606 40 lluOalo Cuttle Choice to prime 1 8505 00 fair to good 3 4534 CO common S3 16 8 75 Hogs Yorkers 3 CO 3 65 mixed packers S3 153 30 common 13 00 3 5 bheep Prime I 6004 65 otills to com- Â¬ mon ti 7603 25 lambsJt 7635 85 Chicago Hogs Selected butchers f3 403 66 mixed 3 853 65 Cattle Native steers S3 7635 10 most sales ft tOS5 00 cows and bulls tl 863 60 Sheep f 1 6004 66 S3 76Q6 83 iumbs New York Cattlc fl 005 10 Sheep S3 0004 80 lambs ft 7S06 10 tleSelected butcher choice lambs 763 veal calves IU 607 00 ClnclnnatL Wheat 0394o Corn 27K0283 3 25 4 604t 8 76 13 854 86 fair to 2 common 3 Cat- Â¬ Ynil rant nfriril tr rlnlr innr Ufa liu allowing a cold to developo into pneumo- t llrt rtSS nnnuae m nl I ah ji ui wuruujpiiuds Auauuii rune aim a PArtnfn mint ara afrAifltal Vt ftnn fln ute Cough Cure Short and Haynes lntl ulf 1 BIG SPRING Mr Will Gardner of Irvington waa hero last Wednesday Mr Ilcston of Hardinsburg was hero last Wednesday night Mr E W Jones was in Ilardinsburg last week on business Mr Russell Iisb begun the second term of bifl singing school here The telephone line from here to Ilard Â¬ insburg via of Custer is completed Mies Etta Groan of Vertreas waa hi ro tho guest of Mm Meyer last week Dr Strother attended the Medical Society at Brandenburg last Thursday A telephone line ia being talked of batween Big Spring and Brandenburg Mrs Ben ClarkBon and her daughter Miss Lydia who havo been in Louisville on a visit have returned home Dr Hardin the denist from Branden Â¬ burg was here three days last week practicing his profession Mrs St other aud daughter Mies Zelma aro visiting her neice Mrs D O Moorman of Glendeane Miss Ora Walton who has been visit Â¬ ing her sister at II ime Ky for several months returned home last Thursday Mr Fuchu a native of Japan give a lecture here at the Methodist church last Thursday night on the life of Japan which waa quite interesting Mr Sam Arms and Mlea Kllnglesmith of this neighborhood were married at the Baptist church last Wednesday eye Ing by Rev Walton The church waa tastefully decorated with smilax and palms and the like Mr Claude Taylor and a friend of Louisville waa down for a f jw days hunt last week and wero the guest of his grandparents Mr and Mrs A WClark son Jo CoXc2r Apply late the nostrils It Is quick absorbed M cents sAJharclete or bf mall seeiples 10c by mau XLY HUOTUKKS M Wam q ft Ksw York Cltj KLT8 CREAM KATM hamWnnm va Wejlsr Madrid Nov Â¬ tef tf trt ftd ttrt trt ttrk wk The captain gen eral of Galicia has telegraphed to the government here saying that in the in Â¬ terview which he had with General Weylcr the former captain genoral of Oaba the latter complotoly exculpated hlraaolf of tlo statement attributed to hint mpow the occasion of hi leaving Havana and affirmed W devotion aad adhetiou to the government 20 Defies It Sfrgg5gfrgs Going to Build or Repair Write Louisville Ky ForPrictc on Lumbr Doors Sash ami Blindi Shistgles St col Roofing They win saye you money ci mtmrn J P Will Co ttwB DiadtfurciMnt M m luJW mMM SE tt rc ty b by tBgLVWlU WJlch Haael Salv the grai re Mdy for plh and for til hind of to aoldd A Ifasy lor Hi by burs or tmhltts ghori at E3 yT wpjfPpW pn as r mj urnr rrriV L Hfc H BA6ltmMMlag brandenBurq yf 7y wwwgwfp HftWg 03U0Vftftl0ft t it - MMM BftECKENRliXiE fc B k Y 0 Jatilagi NEWS FraprUtn HARDINSBURQ BEWLEYVlLLE Hog killing timo has rolled around No sickness at all of consequence some hit onco more Chas and Henry Nevltt will spend WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 24 1S97 Paiiaogsr DII tr Hardlnibnr ra Thanksgiving 737 Alonro Bennett has been on the sick at home JiJtlffi TEHTHS Off somo WMT I understand Dr Burcb of Paynes list several days an the pain Paiiaaxsr Dally art HrdInibargU65 pm ville expects to locate iu Brandenburg Miss Mary Kolth visited relatives In andslcknesafrom Meado county Sunday in the near future which women Jtnge Mercer is in Loulsvillo Mr and Mrs Ernest Hardaway have suffer Is caused Miss Cliarldte Herndon will be with The tumplko raiders aro still getting by weakness or Hominy and beans at Haswolls Miss Jen Hardin to attend the Thanks- Â¬ returned to Louisville la their work In Central Kentucky derangement fn giving entertainment Miss Lena Drury will attend the A fresh line of groceries at Haswells the organs of ATR Wl Mr James Bland has bought the Irvington fovlval next woek Dr J II Hart is tho deputy clerk at menstruation Tub first and only negro ever elected McDanlels blacksmith shop from Mr J 0 Ashcraft Mr and Mrs Thos Stlth attonded Nearly always I lo office in this country died in Wash Sunday school hero last Sunday Mrs Fielding Guthrie has boen quite and Wm Bowltog will run It when a woman is not well these iagton D 0 last week was a lie This is a week of prayer set aeldo by Mrs T P Hardaway was quite sick ill for a week organs are affected But when member of Congress the Ladles Missionary Society of M E last week but is now much better they are strong and healthy a Dont forget Haswells for your liar church beginning last Sunday night Miss Kathleen Walker visited her woman te very seldom sick Mr Joun P IIabwkll Jr ol liar nes and saddlery To morrow another Thanksgiving aunt in the city last week and reports a ditwbarg elect has Representative W J PIggott is the deputy county We bow in gratitude to tho Rowarder of fine time announced himself as a candidate for clerk at Irvington tolls and the Sender of mercies Human Miss Maude Adkisson of Guston is epeakor of the House Frank Has well enmo up from Clover gratitudo toward the divino Giver of all talking up a music class in Stiths ValloyJ pott lost Sunday good things I luriiuxt spring U natures provision for the regu Â¬ Now is a good time to get in a good Oysters salman and mackerel all Mr and Mrs Chas T Moremen have lation of the menstrual function Mr 7ZZ a A Hardaway of advertising law for the state says the fresh at Haswells It cures all female troubles It left for Evansvillo after a pleasant eta Huston spent Thursday with Mr and Carrolton Nows Flvo newspaper men Is equally effective for the girl In Green Payne is tho deputy county with Mr and Mrs X- n JUoremen Mrs Z T Stith will be members of the next Legisla- Â¬ her teens the young wife with do Â¬ clerk at Harncds Station Charlie will ik3uis old position on mestic and maternal cares and ture Rev Ueeson and Mrs R M Jolly of the woman approaching the period You can find canned cfTv Jomatnnv JJircIVyo Wtate Irvington visited Mrs T J Jolly Fri Â¬ known as the Change of Life Mr D S Richardson of the Arcade day afternoon President McKinloys messfga which beans and rtirrat Haswells They all need It They are ail Â¬ Mrs Dr Baker went to Long Lick last has a letter from tho Hon Wm Jen benefitted by It he is preparing for Congress wilt be It goes without saying that ail widow unusually lengthy Ho has depsd him Saturday to attend her mothers funeral nings Bryan in reply to a congratulatory era are anxious to marry Let all who o self to alt visitors for sietime being Jno W Kennedy has been appointed one from him Mr Bryan tells all free can take pity on them directions aaaress ciTUf symptoms engaged in ita preparation administrator of Charles Douglass de silver Democrats to stick to the Dispatch ins uait Adrlsorr Demrtment Misses Blanche and Florence Jolly go Tha Chattanooga Medicine Co CbatU and says free silver will tritnnph yet ceased to Brandenbug to day Booga Term Monday on I wish I had been with tho Bay View business and pleasure bont 0 0 Ahl has been appointed admin- Â¬ Parties holding state bonds have 0 J last Saturday at Mrs Ken de- Â¬ Circle threatened suit against the Fiscal officers istrator of the estato of Gabriel Ahl THOS J COOPER Tuptfe Mitt Mpi Will Board of Stiths Valley went We have no Circle but Mrs Wathens of the state for their money It is open- Â¬ ceased Mr tiller tadtred from very down into old Breckenridge for that Mtf painful mtnitrutUen and lrrflf doctors Woodson Miss Maydee Pusey and ly charged that the states finances have Frank 0 Ferry has been appointed II 0 could not reHtf her Win ol Cental that is dear to his heart TuesdayNovlO this column form a trio that read and ndrtlr cured her and alto helped hi been poorly managed for somo years of the estate of F J Ferry administrator Bother teroufh fee Chanft ol LHt David Hardaway and Miss Mary Paul exchange interesting reading matter and deceased Overton Blanford and Thomas Cain we often go outside Mrs Thomas of Litchfield nee Miss There is only one woman representa- Â¬ Brandenburg Normal pupils will give attended meeting at Irvington Sunday tive in tbo General Assembly of the Eva Heston is visiting her mother here an entertainment Thanksgiving night Mrs Cozlne Mrs Orendorfand W Knights of labor says a correspondent tills week McQUADY consisting of instrumental and yocal II Cain Sr visited tho family of T 0 Yet in nearly all the classes of labor the Sewing machino oil needles shutles music dialogues drills tableaux cha- Â¬ Henderson Webster several days last women take to it more willingly than bands oil cans screw drivers etc call Tho proceedes week rade and recitations J W Pate went to Rock Vale Friday the men on T 0 Lewis will g to tho Library Association a It is to bo hoped that the News wont I J McQuady is quito sick with cold to disseminate wholesome throw up and go into sheep raising If Rev Father Gabe is building a now good cause The magnificent steamer Bluff City Mr and Mrs Lafe Taul Tar Fork aro literature and encourage a literary taste you gat more than you want Mr Editor burned to tho waters edge ou the lower fence and otherwise improving the visiting relatives at this place in the young Lend your presence and pass them around Catholic property Mississippi last week No lives were G R Rogars of the Empire Drill Co even if you cannot attend buy a ticket Mr Scott Bell will move to town this Mr Tudo tho Japanese lecturer filled lost but at last it was a narrow escape Louisville was here lost week A number of young people had a pleas Â¬ his appointment here Friday evening week and open a bakery and confection A railroad smash up would probably 0 V Wilson Oloverport came over ary in Mrs TieflPa old stand ant afternoon lait Sunday at the pretty The audlance was very good but noth Â¬ have caught them all country home of Mr and Mrst Bishop ing compared to what should havo heard Saturday for a short stay with friends Morris Eskridge went to Hartford last x Now is the winter of oar is content Saturday to attend Circuit Court there Ernest Bishop is running a first class him People who wish to inform them- Â¬ here poultry business with up to dato henner- Â¬ selves often make shipwreck of opportu- Â¬ Len Pate and family Clover Creek made glorious by the thought of and to look after some legal business when our heart will turn lightly to Miss Eva Hensley left last week for ies with incubators in an underground nities for a few cents The gentlman were visiting in this neighborhood last roost turkey oysters and cranberry Meridean Mississippi where she will apartment He has some noble speci- Â¬ had exhibits with which to illustrate the week sauce Yes thankful even if we should remain this winter teaching vocal mu- Â¬ mens of birds one 50 trio another 35 various departments of life in Japan MlssBettie Webb has returned from set all pedigreed and of royal decent One thing that he said that I wish to a few weeks visit with relatives at be disappointed sic I guess they will eat much better than note They have no kissing none at Paris Ky Judge M Board and wife left for Texas common stock and the hen fruit will be all Even the loyer does not kiss Wen Miss Dosla Bates Tar Fork and her At tho rato the telephones are run Â¬ last Wednesday where they will spend much richer I nwnnfhnnrL Unm ttmt hn nmtnWi guest Miss Nola Frank Rockpoit Ind ning in this county it may not be long the winter with their children living in had a pleasant visit last Saturday I My friend and neighbor Miss Annie visited Mrs W L Frank Sunday until there is one on every public road that state and Sunday to Arlington the home of Anderson was married to Jesse Dowell The people up about Garfield and Custer The epidemic of elopement is still rag- Â¬ Taylor Beard James E Chapln 0 M Mr and Mrs Thos II Ditto That good of Guston Tuesday Nov 10 at 3 oclock ing are so charmed with it that they some Â¬ in this community Its latest vic Â¬ McGlothlan Charles Blanford and Wm frugal wife proves what can be dono p m The marriage took place at home tims were Mr Jack Jolly and Miss times talk over it all night T Carman haye been appointed super Â¬ with poultry and marketing on a farm the Rev Bozirth tying the knot Byron Sudle Wilson who went to Cannelton visors oi the tax books for 1808 From March last till July she sold from McCoy arid Miss Kitty Anderson were and were married - Friday returning The last and most reliable grape vine T 0 Lewis the jeweler has a beauti 00 hens 050 dozen eggs besides raising the attendants Quite a number of Saturday morning for forgiveness and Intelligence from Mark Hanna is to the ful lino of goods for the holiday season 300 young chickens and using all she friends were invited to witness the cere- Â¬ congratulations which were heartily effect that he will be the nest Senator from Ohio The Hanna and McKinley Mr Lewis has been in the business a needed in family 50 fine bronze turkeys mony Annie was as lovely bonnie tendered them are now ready for market and 50 pekin bride as one could wish to see and Jesse combination is hard to down Iepubll long time and is thoroughly reliable Work on our new roller mill is being There Is an effort being made to build ducks which will be the last as they aro is to lie congratulated for having so wise Â¬ rapidly pushed forward The lake has canism in its stropg holds is hard to over a telephone from this place to McDanlels too troublesome in the yard Mr Ditto ly chosen Our good wishes are to them been dug building material is being throw by the way of West View and also to says there is money in Bheep and is in Â¬ forevermore placed on the ground and contracts hayo build one from this place to Glendeane terested in the raising of them The command Thou shalt not steal been signed for machinery for a fifty The postals savings banks is another should not be confined to such trashy barrel mill to be delivered April 1 1898 Licensed to marry Willie board to scheme to concentrate the money of the Bloomfield Mo Feb 15th 1807 things as ones purse but as the Sunday- - The mill will have all the modern people in the moneyed centers Keep Lula Jordan Vardaman Wells to Mrs J 0 Mendenhall Evansvillo Ind school Times says We must follow the improvement and will be strictly up to Rilla Thurman Richard Nalley to Nettle your money at home invest it in home Dear Sir We do not hesitate tore securities is the best way of making Fulkerson Churles Whitworth to Hester commed your Improved Chill and Fever Golden Rule very closely or we shall Gate in every respect Tim mi Ip nf moMi your home people and your home com- Â¬ Tate at Corinth Cure as we have sold a great deal of it oiien DreaK ine Jiigntn uommanamaot To the Public munities prosperous I haye just taken during the last year all on a guarantee by taking happiness or time or WSalth Baptist church conducted by Revs II charge of the brick hotel and will bo and have not had a single bottle returned from others and really robbing them of B White and James Lewis are attended more than if we had taken only money by large crowds and great interest is Our young and enthusiastic nephew glad to have a reasonablo share of the failing to give satisfaction or other property public patronage Rates reasonable and manifested Up to this timo there has of the Messenger we are afraid is in the Yours very truly boen several professions of faith and Golden Rod hands of the politicians So long as he satisfaction guaranteed H C Lake Geo II Crosser Co many are inquiring the way of salvation docs their bidding hell bo a fine fellow If you want first class work done on WEBSTER But let him refuse to come to time just your watcheslocks ect call and see There is no need of little children be- Â¬ while the church is greatly revived once and what thll do for him and say me Shop next door to J W Guthrie ing tortured by scald heads eczema and Bro Lewis was raised in this neighbor- Â¬ Thanksgiving Thursday about him will bo a plenty eruption De Witts Witch Hazel Salye hood and we all greatly enjoy his earnest All work in the jewelry line guaranteed gives instant reliof and cures permanent- Â¬ eloquent and soul etlrrlng sermons May A great deal of sickness Served five years apprenticeship in the the good work continue ly Short and Haynes W C Whitney of New York has Dusiness at Joutsvtiie ivy i can save Wheat is looking nlco just returned from England and speaks you money on your work J W Miller Thurman Smiths family moved to The Surprise Of All Gone Into Winter Quarters thus political If the Democracy be Mort Sklllman has been at home a few Louisville last week Mr James Jones of the drug firm of true to itself it will resume control of weeks from Washington city on a vacaTho New Sensation Capt Frenchs Henry Simmons went to Owensboro Being true to Itself tion Mr Sklllman is a strong Demo- Â¬ the nation in 1000 showboat has gone into winter quarters Jones Son Cowden 111 in speaking Sunday and getting itself in proper shape aro crat but he still holds his position there in Green river Says Owensboro Messen Â¬ of Dr Kings New Discovery says That Tho hunters are making a great on- Â¬ ger Capt Frenchs wifo Mrs Gallie last winter his wife was attacked with two quite different matters But there He is one of the ushers in the Treasury is time to do wonders in three years Frence manages a floating opera of a La Grippe and her case grew so serious department aud has held the position slaught of the game Harry Stewart is rapidly pushing his similar character as that of her husband that physicians at Cowden and Pana five years house to completion She pilots her own boat and is well could do nothing for her It seemed to The coming Legislature will be largely GLENDEANE Miss May Hatfield has been confined known on all Western waters Capt develop into Hasty Consumption Hav- Â¬ Democratic and some of the members French and his wife have followed the ing Dr Kings New Discovery in store to her bed for several days have already given it out in advance that they intend to fix things so that the Miss Mattle Adkisson of Ekron visit Â¬ show business for over twenty one years and selling lota of it he took a bottle John Heston McDanlels was here Mrs French who manages her show of It home and to the surprise of all she Democratic party which contains the Friday ed Miss Lulu Jordan last week and pilots the steamer is an attractive began to get better from the first doso majority of whites intelligence and proJ B Gibsons little daughter Angle woman She is about forty five years and half dozen dollar bottles cured her Frank Mercer Hardlnsburg was visit Â¬ perty of the state shall contlnuo to hold ing has been seriously ill for soveral days here Sunday old Mrs Frenchs boat will also go in- Â¬ sound and well- Dr Kings New Dis the governing power A protracted meeting closed at Clifton to Green river for the winter Miss Amanda Deane gies to Louisville covery lor Consumption Coughs and to spend the winter- Mills Sunday night have not learned Colds is guaranteed to do this good work There was a Democratic love feast Try it Short Haynes Drug Store Dr Dompster and wife returned from results held in Louisville last week Those Louisville Saturday June Mattlngly of Sample visited Blven Colvln present were office seekers and promi Â¬ Miss Alice Brown spent Saturday aud u elatiyes here Saturday and Sunday nent politicians The object of the Sunday evening at 730 oclock in Born to the wife of J B Gibson the meeting we understand wai to talk over Sunday at her home at Harned Toblnsport a quite wedding was salemn-I-j- d Wade Pile of Custer was the guest of 20th Inst a ten pound girl the recut victory and raise funds to keep The contracting parties were Mr Quite a number from here attended the Dispatch going About 25 0 waa Mies Monna Hunter Sunday Charley Colvln oi Louisville aud Miss church at Irvington last week A great many of our people are attend Â¬ subscribed Our experience is that Eunice Blven of that place Rev A The Brkckexkidoe News Is by far the sentiment goes a mighty little way in ing the meeting at Jollys Station Powell pastor ol the Baptist church the business of publishing a newspaper and common carelessness can make a performed the ceremony Attendants Miss Nannie Owen is visiting her sis best county paper in tho state that we have ever examined ter Mrs Joe Howard of Rockvale combination strong enough to dofy Were Misses Anna Dohnane Mabel Henderson Hicks one of tho octogen- Â¬ all tho healing skill of the physician Blven Mesers Hugh Gardner and Peter Dr Dempster and Jesse A Moorman There is some interest manifested as to what the official vote in the state will both have recently purchased fine new arians of the county who lived near Common carelessness lets the cold Loeeeh The church was artistically dec Â¬ Clifton Mills died last week orated in potted plants and ferns After be between the candidates for clerk of pianos root and grow Common carelene We know a great number of farmers the wedding the couple repaired to the the Court of Appeals Shackelford made Bird hunters are out in full force using brides bomeMr and Mm Dudley Blven a good run but hie majority vm not as a great deal of ammunition and killing who sold their sheep recently that are says hetweon paroxysms of cough ing It will bo all right ia a day or where a reception was given In their now regretting having done so The large as was anticipated As for Hind some birds hillsides of Breckenridge county should two and tho common end k con honor They left Monday for Lous man he was so horribly done up that his Miss Irene Board and Miss Monna be literally studded with sheep vote may be lost sight of altogether Hunter were the guests of Miss firmed lung trouble-- perhaps con-Â¬ ville In which place they will reside In Nannie the future Ilia chief organ the Courier Journal Fisher from Friday till Sunday Would it not be well for some ono to sumption Tho common sense treat fight and a manly sur Â¬ make a bard write a few articles on Tobacco Culture You cant cure consumption but you ment of a common cold is a prompt Mrs Etrother and daughter Miss We believe that good tobacco could still can avoid it and cure every other form render Zelma of Big Springs returned to day doso of Ayers Cherry Pecteral It of throat and lung trouble by the use of be produced In this county if peoplo from a few days visit at D 0 Moor is the most efficient reliable cure uae Minute Cough Cure Short would give it the same care and attention I Hows This mans for colds and coughs and is con Â¬ Hayaes tbat they formerly did We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward Dr Flemiaher dentist from Fordsville Jrtlarried Nov 10th Will Board of stantly prescribed by physiciaas OBrien Oreeaweod lor any case of Catarrh that can not be and Mr Drane a photographer were Meade county to Misa eared by Halls Catarrh Cure Lulu Jordan The marriage of Mies Cecilia OBrien relieving and painting beauty for Glen 8 IUtnh M D Ea raaac N Y saye y J CHENEY CO Props Toledo 0 deanora last week daughter of T U Jordan The young aad Mr Patrick Greenwood was solemn I have used AVers Caerry Pectoral taiay ized couple have a host of friends here who We the undersigned have known F J yesterday inornlag at 030 oclock practice alace 1853 aad have slwai leaed John Carter and Lee Meyer shoe wish them happiness and success fifteen years and be Cbeaey for the 1 at St salesmen were here last week Lee Is it rtlUela for tee car el eeWa eeeges aed wee aTheesa church Meade county It My him perfectly honorable in all bus- quiet affiur aad only the lmaaedl inawrrlnris and financially able to a now man on the road but is meeting Keties ate relative aad friend were preeent with the success of an old timer at pgrtUtfati4M Made by their MtesOBtiea la one of that eouaUe pop All penoae having claims afaatnet the 4 uWyoaacUdiea while the groom h a of Virgil Hardin deceased will The New floater Mechanic A Trvax Wholesale Dragglst Tole- premlaeat youeg man of thl eotmty preeest the eawe properly proves to me Meryls Mr 4dL 0 Y Aletitte ol Worches ea or before January 6tb 1806 WfMLoc XUusm Hirtiey tw Mass bWijfcmwly of LevJerWe WtMltMlt Vnmb olk PM OaeMea Caadr All persons knowleg tbewelvea In it take itOenutl bee bees appolsxetl Master Mecluwle of debted to the estate of Virgil Hardlnde WUaSf dinetrr ivotfti Noo4iud the Lottlerllle rfeadersoa A St Lok eeesed will corns forward and settle ve B Trim Railway sbofie felted ba UUe city He fifth Mae Hamiuh Hikauf PM e eefetanl eeaUUe mWmm Ul I all n lmMr aauM the 8 i IU I Adati4t4reiix ol the eatele A Virgil Editors ind k W TIME TAKE ALL WOMEN mTJHTUJMtMJr4i J THANKSGIVING 1897 SIX PAGES tjmv Everything Good to Eat 1 msm - VESTS Evaporated Apricots Evaporated Peaches Evaporated Prunes Evaporated Apples Cooking Figs -- Raisins Seedless Raisins m Currants Flakod Rico Macaronis - Cheese -- Mince McatJ Rolled Oats Oat Meal Hominy Flakes Hominy Canned Corn Canned Tomatoes Succotash Canned Hominy Canned Kraut Salmon Oysters Crabs California Peaches s i V Cocaonuts Lemons Oranges Pickles Apricots Pine Apples Olives And the list is just begun Oysters Tea Cocoa Celery Coffee BSiMMMMMAAamMAViMWIVWWWWWWWWWWW l IF YOU DONT RUSH THEYLL BE GONE 24 Walking Hats for 100 each 12 Ladies Sailors for 75c each 12 - Childrens Sailors for 75c each y Â¬ lhe most opportune time in your life to get millinery Glosino Out a BgVWVWWW Â¬ mrs it v uuncan MVVVVVWWvsvM u w 4i J - A common fVVViViviAMV Direct From the Manufac Com turer so the Wholesalers Profit Goes to the Consumer Â¬ X MAS In Lamps A GIFTS Musical Instruments Violica MandollnB Qui tars Banjos SEE OUR LINE protty assortment of Â¬ ad HangiDg Lamps Van Lamps and lamps within tho roach ofall What more apnroDrlata than preclete the line and other goode that will -- lu U MW pvMwvcam nWA Qi mUoi later Z F The I Iyers rtifiiriritiiiii ity 5vvvv Veil AH x NEVITT 4 GOUGH Brandenb v hihm Btya cmi cUbu sa QntiOaf OrriPetrtrt r r i t auW er Wat tafSSSssrLiLssfissit nimaaaM I TaUaaatroas of f Truaui hag Bt4 Olid It fa Uvli aai main Ha I a mk - lr wlO yw ri aodittt t WW f jin -as ahhl t uaau Ik - coilact J ia at to -- n TgT A aaaal hijveek - Jtartta decjejejgj jhk J i nil i - iiiir iyugou aiiiiwi-i- mm ninrftf aHw -- iitlMSwillWBiW n r r wUtmtfr J W yin 1lStfJfmmw it lMMMaa i km 4 itimp TH1B BRELOKBtNELIIDQESL NETWS OLOYKRPOHT TUT Store Llrrs Tlinn n Cat This is nn inscription on a ninrblo slab over n gravo nt Green Bay Dion sur tout Hero lyes tho Body of Lowls Oaldy Esq who departed this Hfo nt Port Royal tho 22ud December 1730 aged 80 Ilo was born at Mont poller in Franco but left that country for his Religion and camo hero to sottlo in this Island whero ho was swallowed up in tho Great Earthquako in tho year 1003 and by tho Providcnco of God was by another shock thrown into tho Soa aud miraculously saved by swimming nntil a Boat took him up Ho lived many years after in great Reputation Beloved by all who know him nnd Notes much Lamented nt his death aud Qucrioi Trouble Enough said tho judge If Well prisoner you havo anything to 6ay tho court i Breckenridge News 24 1897 WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER Nansen Oh the Lecture Platform from the Olob Democrat Among the lecturers of the season nono will exclto a more absorbing Interest v Ci- iMfntrrnHrnnil 2t 1112 Brandenburg st Louis SDrlnnfield and the West 7 30 U35pm 7 45 fif Sfrn bUment Many verv bad cases ArrLouiivllle No 44 No 16 No 90 castlo to Cumberland lodge At dinner UU13 is proyiDg a waste of let and snow he 93m 35am JOP LvLoulsvil So jl No 43 M her majosty full as always of gracious West Hound 7 4pm most fascinating lecturers of onoof the ArSt I oui nipples 8 4Pm 33am solicitude for tho comfort of her guests 70im 4 50pm 8 23pm Ar Springfield accomodation leaves at 7 15V a m a favorite remedy for sore Louisville by the time 9 32 K00TS frost Yites Iv llrnndenburg said I hopo youworo not tirod all North Vernon chapped hands cnllblatas cts per bos a 9 52 W3 915 Oh not at nn thO DCanWOH VI VUO unui your long walk i IAflnrf Ginseng Iryineton m 10 21 and chronio sore eyes 25 7 20 951 cliarlestown accommodation leaves at 5 30 p Stephensport Iiiiih Cnlna On a It Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey advances a 10 ft in rlilnlr that tho 8UnS0t WOUld thank you maam j hv 7 39 16 ton rioverpot ore 1058 elegant day coaches reca 8C4 as Pink all cough This As far 11 a 0 and 44 have 21 llawesville new theory in the treatment of bo almost as beautiful Dr Cadjs Condition Powders bad hack ns tho copper horso 1148 9 1135 and sleeping cars to St Louis ovi- - Yellow Owensboro rebukod 6 who 1225am Ihillman parlor just what a horso needs when in and 1217pm 9 47 lung and bronchial troubles It cures tho undergraduate Ms11ftrAwhen nnf wiiUs I whati inquired her majesty in Wild dinger fepottivlile TRAINS AimiVE 4ry -- - -- pminer -6 vrt 12 5 1010 un wiu iyi condition Tonic blood 1HO harmless i dont astonishment llenderson e pm Lady Slipper and cures quickly Absolutely loose the by tno aeau ui uw 10 40 115 From Kast 7 2 a m I 3 noon 6 40 115 They aro nos iuou uua Evamvllle vermifuge my 720 horso at tho end of tho long walkmy May Aprue 7 3i 19 a am 3 90 a m to put and pleasant to take It cuts straining ing to morning uuuj test in Lou ArrM and the Blood inconvenient hour 640pm or That s mucous without exertion oclock is snehon wt namlilPni Prico -- j Thats not a copper horso horso in prime condition FIELD SEEDS I vanvllIe City Ticket omce southeast comer Fourth and and stops the cough at once It heals sir If it woro 4 or oven 5 ono could grandfather A train run through Solid to 140 cents per package Â¬ Timothy per Vnshel - Â¬ sit up for it car and Pullman sleepers on all Main treets Depot Seventh and river Through parlor b 3 SO the inuameu parm and Iuis Lord R preaching at tho French ex time on iralnWween St Louis Kvansvllle frvington for Clover per bushel For detail Information regiardlng ratescan etc vitality to the respiratory oigins It en 3 SO d inlne 41 and 42connt at hibition implored his hoarors to como Crimson Clover per bushel connecting luie leeplng park v le except Sunday The Limit receive the proper 45 It S lltOWK ables the blood to Fordsvllle and llardinsburg daily oau do vio Manches address Red Top pei bushel nnd drink of tho Ticket Agent liRUa 110 supply of oxygen It builds up the sys DitrictPas H C MOBDUE A O PA Ky You aro a nico llttlo boy said the ter Guardian Orchard Grass per bushel Louisville ith and Main Louisville Ky 85 tepi rendering It less susceptible to cold kindly old gentleman at tho hotoL Blue Grass fancy per bushel orJMCHESSnROUGH Blue Grass extra per bushel Teeth Mlled With Glass Thank you said Tommio General Pasencer Agent Cincinnati Oblo 000 No Flaw In This Receipt O H WAItrKL Assistant use for glass isrinstoad of Onion Sets Yellow per bushel any llttlo brothers The latost Havo you 0 00 Fordsvllle Branch White General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio rpknm a a Tjassaco in tho following -St L Â¬ LH do gold as a materiol for stopping decayed Yos said Tommio lvogo umb None but the Countv Surveyor to HIDES aiihnriztd Surveyor ol the 11 V paper which might strlko tho casual ob- - ers to burn but Im rathor short on tooth It answers splendidly nnd is far Green sood and TIME TABLE No 10 Countv Is an eperlenced workmanPubhc Harper a less conspicuous than tho yellow moral sorvor as something facetious but ho ia papas Wovo only got one USX Notary J Dry Salt good knows hi business He Is also Acknowledgemedts U no such effect was in mind 1897 assured that wrt Deed and takes courso it is not ordiuary glass but is Dry flint good Of Bazar 60 TAKING EFFECT MAY 30 Charges always Heasonable when tho Bontenco was indited Tho prepared by somo now paicmuu piww Sheep skins originally Address WOOL East Bound Train paper referred to is a recoipt For Pneumonia We tBonnd Trains which renders it soft and malleable Jfl Dally Dally washed given b an enterprising firm of HarrisDally Daily 15i Glass toor is boing cxtonsivoly used Tub fine Bishop of Agnow Mich STATIONS ex Sun ex Sun DrJO ex Sun ex Sun ana umi iiuu u toughoned Grease burg druggists No 2 No 11 COUNTY SURVEYOH0Kv Burry used Foleys Honey and for church bolls It can bo cracking No6 Nol in common voguo at tho time Thus it says I have Â¬ thoro is no risk of its BlacK lOMsm Lv Irvlneton Ar 9o0m 8IM Tar in threeyery severe cases of pneu- so that Comfort Uarnoia xuns 1125 Burry and Dots do ueyuuu uv Safety 7 42 - monia tho past month with good re- Â¬ and tho touo la saia to Hnrned MIB0KLTjaNE0US 1140 Kecelved July 21st 1708 ot Mr David Bear7S7 perfect soft and so- Junction aoota since OJ4 R A thing yet invented 7 27 Tallow llardinsburg A R Fisher Cloverport let the enm ot MC In foil of oil 1165 sult MX 717 anil Junction j tho year One when the Devil waao suckling- Shellman 12 10pm Gordon glass is a Beeswax Molasses wlebrtv8tephensport 00 7 02 Kirk Tho color of this now boll 1Z Sorghum toby up to this day being after thoHUNT 650 Jolly FENTOfl Hardins- Â¬ Rocord 1235 M Independency Haynes Patesville E A Witt FLOUR deep rioh green Philadelphia 630 Glendcane Longevity to Washington and God boyo the 12 55 6 15 0 20 nitnnltcr High grade patent burg 1V3 JO arFallKcughlv 605 j Ooagreea 120 palaco of tho king of Slam is in Straight Patent Tho Phnndelphla Ledger 5 44 Dempster 4 80 U5 5 38 olosod in high whlto walls which aro a Low Orades llockvale The Best Dental Work in the Git Fast Mall Line Between lrvs rmarQnc From Harsh EoTlronment COKN TSV 5F0 Within them Uuth 205 37K Kidney Troubles 5 25 a barren rango rnHts In circumference publio offlcoa No J Mixed at stor For A skins In Limousin there is 215 S8H Oak divid- Â¬ aro contained temples Â¬ No J White 230 BEST SET OF TEETH 700 Â¬ Louisville Mitchell I there is nothing better than Foleys Kid of low hills which lies along tho seraglios stablos for tho sacred ele OATS am 2nnmlArHoTdvilleIv tries it will ing lino between tho departments of phants accommodation for 1000 troops 24 No hotter made ney Cure every ono who a White STEAMERS No Dordogno Correzo and Hauto Vienno 3 nil other work agree to this A R Fisher Cloverport about half way between Porigueux and cavalry artillery war elephants and No 3 32 Honcfct clmrges for No J Mixed Oats Stephensport Gordon Loulsvllhs H endeuonSt Lculs RCo G EAGON theater Ti A Shellman B 31 Limoges Tho water courses show tho arsenal and a Wo guarantee satisfaction No 9 Â¬ W A Bishop Tarser xney exwuu Haynes Patesville E A Witt Har location ol theso upianas F M Ryan Master WIIEAT ono day tons of led consumed Of tho 12000 95 Teeth made in dinsburg over an area about 75 miloa long and daily in Greater New York Jn tho sum No J Long Berry TARASCON Teeth extracted without pain half as wido whoroin average humanÂ¬ mor timo about 20 por cent is artificial No Sited Hot an Absolute Necessity 93 L T Conner Purser D L Penny Master 1 hero Cffoct N3 misery Is most profound Donso Igno TaUlufC KYJT Only H quarts of milk for LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS Thoro is moro illiteracy Well woll rance prevails 50 30 1Q97 after exclaimed Ardup TELL CITY No 3 Western At 6t30 oclck A V Sandaj May Franco Tho simply havo to quit taking it thats than in any other part of ONIONS FOURTH AVCNUC tho low Ballard Master VT B Newbell Parser oven with 044 Over Eat Bound Train B ir 1 WtH Pound Train alL Wo cant afford it Pooplo can llvo contrast in stature surrounding region Avenue Thwiite Per barrel average of all tho without milk 3 D STAGGS BACON STATE Ol NEW YOKK 41 44 LOUISVILLE KY 1b clearly markod by tho dark tint Mall 43 8 And Ardups indignation was so groat rpiinm nrn imnrndio bits of QflUal dimlhU- Mall A Shoulders Kxprs Bxpr Dally except Saturday between LouIstIIU 6 tememUr the NUMBER and NAME of Kxprs Hxpra STATIONS that ho did not cool off thoroughly un Clear rib sides south and 8K olhce Dally Dally and New Amsterdam ho had gono down town nnd tlvenoss oleowhero to tho Dally Clear side til after Dally ventt imt nono is bo oxtonded or so ex Chi- pm 46M 7 Freight shipped by this line dellTerea quiet Lard In Heroes spent 50 cents playing billiards 4t0pm 7 30am IvUan titarlH2 3Min 733 Kentucky St 12 20 treme Two thirda of tho men aro bo 7 44 6 03 er than by rail eago Tribune 665 West roini UfOm 851 818 5 31 low 0 foot 3 inohes in height in somo of 1145 Travelers will find the steamers aw ussur Howard 8 SI 5 40 8 45 1135 Wlllowdalo tho communes and tho women aro throo s 82 6 48 passed In equipment and aeeommodaUosw 6 41 Itock Haven 11 JB 8 35 653 wd or moro inches shorter ovon than this 634 1121 The best culinary are employed u cooks Lone Hrancn 1112 8 42 600 026 Ono man in ten la below 4 feet 11 Inches llrandenburg 8 61 60 he menu la equal to that of the best hotels 11 02 18 Ukron 869 6 IS in stature Atm 010 1053 General offices 1T6 and 1T8 Guton 907 62n They Continued to Spread In Spite 6 13 10 45 This is not duo to race for several Irvlngton Louisville 03 915 aro raciol typos aro equally stunted In this 560 1037 Web ter 921 f Treatment bin Now Thoy 661 542 1021 lodiburg W W HUB 9 31 D L PENNY 66U s w pri Â¬ Wondorful worn 10 20 way within tno same area 54 Ilerco 9 707 6 SO 10 15 Supt Sample been a great marily duo to generations of subjootion 9 43 713 HFor many years I have 522 Stephensport 1007 961 ot my in 720 O V WlUJAMB T P A hnrsh climate to a soil whioh is 518 1002 Addison Wlferer with varicose veins on ono 956 724 5 15 U 69 Oweaahoro Ky Holt 9 69 worthlosa for ngrioulturo to a steady My foot and imb becamo dread 727 limbs 603 945 Cloverport 1011 739 SCO 9 40 may swollen Whoa I stood up I could diot of boiled chestnuts nnd stagnant Shops 1014 7 43 of water and to insanitary dwellings in Ii r Sklllman down tho S 1025 0j V 440 fet the bood rushing accidentallyveinsmy tho deop narrow and damp valleys 917 Hawcsvllle 1035 804 HOHTHM VRWJJAB hit Qne day 1 Ifcfe lmb and varied line in V 1etrle 1043 12 An extensive found to may be Falcon 1049 Brracuso WT 818 feet against some object ad a eoro broko Still furthor proof 1 Iewisport 1068 827 all styles A nobby Shoe for show that thoso peoplo aro not stunted w Wh cQptlnuoq 10 epreau mm j Waltman 833 38 4oi Powers m I concluded i by any bovodltary InHaence fo it has ladies for 8 42 cHKllngly painful Pates 123 853 boon shown that children bora hero Owensboro itMded a blood purlflerand 1 began taking lttlBifiB nw mi W 185am 9OT su 807 migrate and grow up olso Mattingly ahort tm8 hut who U46pro In Ifcxxig 914 Griffith height while Jifnloiaafohe5lventtentlon 1161 9 21 nue to hU OH IsUojr dreadful spres whlah baa cauaea whoro aro normal ia btanley 11 M 925 New Tork legislature n a Worthlngton born elsowww b heal ho Wrotoi 12 C3 Dr 032 u nnn1i miffurlntT beean to Barsapa- 1- thoso to this oavlroaaient wo Read 12 09 dariaf the wbVwJt rouitniIjJner inanv im t awaiting 920 joct Mon mn Snottsvllle itiiAB t on faithfully with Hoods Some good value are 1117 9 47pm from mud V Asmuirwji--ivl- 4 yoatn aw propor Raiaett rfiia and in a short time my limb was growing period of Solon 1224 have pur Popalar Solence your arrival In heavy goods we 10 lOmn li tOom r llnHfrl JL vry telv healed and the sorea gave me tionateiy dwarfed TosiUi lor wlilob I tkswit yo mind Pftin I cannot bo too thankful Monthly L just the thing Oarry in youras any TrlnNoa and 4S rae connection at ir chased uch bj VMt40R lntondllYlJiteplSundy7Hh tralr tU OosMUtatior - t wonderful work Hoods Barsapa- - QuUlBe hot iMttw mm hot tlrlska m A saai tu vrttAtf Ut WIWI Brah and the prioe will be as low from the fact AE M far JivSS22 Your MbsI TrtZPot tM tea Lou ijikt ki Only Una ru flff ftftTJ ft uWtcl line reaixMki for a eoW oltB doMBf thv IBJHk of our competitors 6uoir Hri4ad Vannon yoloag tttlin yiNaJt vlll oiHoi farthjK funetloM opii prsi ta the Nodh aa AaaaM Fr sjmh or TluZ Ali avsUm atcapUble to mora oold Dr OHAKLES O MABTIN u 5 MOinvr -v titan the hardy and accomplished Nor wcglan explorer who has just begun Ills course In this country Ills narrative Is vividly Illustrated by photographic pic Â¬ tures taken daring the years he passed In arctic latitudes lie remarks to his audiences that it is strange that so many should assemble to listen to a man who talks only of a wilderness of ice and snow but the curiosity of human nature Is strong and is felt by nono more power tliau an explorer Nansen was fitst at- Â¬ tracted to the far North by reading an account of the voyage of the Jeaunette Ilo reasoned from the drift of that vts- feel that lna ship flufllclently stanch he could drift through higher latitudes than any previously reached coming out the coast of Greenland Itwasnothfs main object to reach the exact locality of the pote He could not consider that au important achievement His idea in short was the scientific exploration of the polar region Throughout thrco years the Fram drifted in those ley seas the temperature often reaching 40 or 50 degrees below zero But tne experience was not one of desperate adventures The life is do scribed as lonesome but wholesome Fingers were often frosted in handling the instruments but the ship was snug and comfortably warm In many places the soundings showed a depth of 12000 feet The solidity and peculiar construction of the Fram saved the party again andacatn In midwinter the ice was like marble and the noise made by its grinding was thunderous On the first day of 1605 the pressure was so tremendous that preparatlonsMwere made to to leave the ship and no one not fully dressed was allowed to sleep on board After she 1ml been lifted out of her icy berth several times without Injury con- Â¬ fidence returned and a hoist of 10 or 12 feet ceased to disturb even a catd party in the cabin In his sledge journey with thirty dogs the oxplorer cut loose from the Fram not knowing where she might drift while he wa3 absent With his one compan- Â¬ ion and lieutenant ho reached the lati- Â¬ tude of 80 degrees 14 minutes the high- Â¬ est ever attained Looking North from a ridge they saw nothing beyond but a monotonous expense of tossed up ridges The sledging was very hard work and though it was spring the clothing of the two men was always frozan except when it was melted at nigbt by bodily heat Nansen pays a most far vent tribute to his dogs and killing them gradually for food was one of the most trying tasks of his life Nansena pictures thrown oh a screen during his lectures are exceed- Â¬ ingly realistic His English has a quaint accent but is quite intelligible aud his vein of humor enjoyable While it is Â¬ Â¬ A Human Trlotlng FrcM Gcnoral Joseph 6 Smith of Mnino tolls how bo published a paper without n press in Itath ilo many years ago Wiion Id got my papor all sot up nnd ready for tho press Id lay the typo on awnshstand got it all lovelod down well in tho chose or tho framoln which twas locked up and then Id oall in tho hired girl Sho wolghod about 210 when sho sat down Thats what I wanted sitting down weight So after tho hired girl camo in I inked tho typo laid over it tho sheet of paper and on top of that tho blanket and then I po- Â¬ litely lnvltod tho hired girl to sit down on tho washstand Two hundred nnd ten pounds romomborl Tho result was just as good an improsslon ns yon could got on any 100 hand press made in tho United States My edition in thoso days was about S00 copies and tho hired girl was good for tho job at ono Bitting no at 200 sittings And sho took an intorost in it too and was just as ready for business overy publication day as n 20000 Hoo perfecting press vwraldbo No Humbug TTnnnv nml Tnf rlnoa wnf aim to prcfornVmlracles It does not claim to cure all cases of consumption or asthma but it does claim to give com- Â¬ fort and relief in advanced stages of these diseases and to usualy cure early stages It is certainly worth trying by those afllicted or threatened with these Ldread diseases A R Fisher Clover- port R A Shellman Stephensport Haynes ratesvlllo Gordon EA Witt Hardinsburg -- Do Clockt Get Tired Do docks got tired said Mr Bill tops fl imaglno thoy da I lovo to hear a clock tick I snpposo everybody does Wo had n little clock that I nscd to kcop in my own room It stopped ono day and 1 shook it up n llttlo nnd it started on but it soon stopped again nnd after that it kept stopping and sometimes it wonld tako mo ten minutes to shako it up so that it would go on and kcop going I supposo I spent on thnt clock as Â¬ muoh time as would havo paid for half a dozen clocks llko it and finally it stop pod altogether and I gavo it up and tho llttlo clock lay idlo for montha I supposed that sooner or later wo should throw it away and I thought the only reason that wo didnt was becauso wo hato to throw anything away But ono day ono of tho children got hold of tho clock nnd took tho back off it tp seo what was tho mattor with it Yon know what happens when children begin fooling with a clock I novor expected to hear tho clock tick again but Im blessed if tho shaver didnt mako it go What hq did to it I dont know nothing I guess except to oil It and 1 suppose that was all it needed or olso it had simply tirod and had wahtcd arcst bnt its going again now and tioking away like a good ono Now York Sun Â¬ Â¬ Irish Wit There am many spots in Iroland to which aro attached legends in which bis satanio majosty plays n prominent part Such aro tho Devils gap1 the Dovils bowl and many others A good story is told of an Irishmans wit ia this connection Ono day an English tourist was being shown tho sights by a guide whom wo will call Dennis The Dovils gap had been scon and moving away the tourist romarked What an amount of land tho devil possesses in Iroland Ho must bo a very important porsonago in your country an Wisho then said Dennis yer honors right but llko tho rest iv tho landlords hes an absent co an lives Nuggeta in Loudon Where W 1 GREGORY Whirfmaslers fc CL0VEHP0HT CO KENTUCKY StNitat Af Hk Loctl Agents HentsfHd Fertilize CinHRf Dealers In ail r stariiri ill Cwniy Doors Bash Blinds Yellow Pino Floor CUREO Croup whooping cough and colds arc quickly allayed and danger It Would U Welcome ing and Celling Weather Boarding Shingles Salt Lime Cement Laths Plaster Plastering Hair Plow Handles Bricks Etc Estimates Furnished for BaUdlng and Building Material averted by will hear you DR BELLS PINE-TAR-HONE- Y Id rather bo excused your honor replied tho prisonor If I said what Id llko to say Id bo committed for contempt of court aud Ivo got troublo enough without that Harpers Bazar Â¬ BANK 01 Lost Many have lost confidence and liopo as well as health becauso they have been told their Kidney disease was in- Â¬ curable Foleys Kidney Cure is a guaranteed remedy for the discouraged and disconsolate A R Fisher Cloverport Yes I wish dat chainless crazo nd R A Shellman Stephensport Gordon strike dis establishment Now York Haynes Patesville E A Witt Har- Â¬ Journal dinsburg The Ministers Salary Deacon Skinflint Wovo failed again A Womans Wit this year Mr Dominlo Cant raiso A wostorn judgo was approached by half your salary a verdant couplo who wanted to bo Good Minister No mattor I have married Tho would bo groom asked had mysolf appointed a missionary to tho prico of tying tho knot and was told tho heathen and will soon be in tho pay it was 1 of tho board of missions Cant you tako beeswax inquired Ehl Air you goln to Africa tho rustic No I shall stay right hero Now Yos said tho squire York Weekly brought in and upon bo Â¬ Tho wax was Went to Headquarters ing weighed was found to bo worth just Thin Boarder I dont see how yon 00 cents Well said tho anxious groom tio manago to faro so well at this boarding tho knot and Ill fetch inoro wax next bouse I havo industriously courted tho landlady aud all her daughters but Im week No sir I dont trust That is against half starved Fat Boarder I court tho cook Now tho rules of tho ofllco Slowly tho disappointed youth turned York Weekly to go out saying C6uio Sal lotsgo I say mister answorod Sal with a womans wit cant you marry us as far as tho wax will go Yes I can and I will rosponded tho Louisville Ky Nov 8 1897 Exjudgo laughing and ho did Shippers should mark all paoksges plainly change Persons who sutler from with shippers name anil poit offic address Warnino coughs and cold should heed the warn- Â¬ BUTTER ings of danger and save thomsel ves suffer- Â¬ Choice eonntry 14 18 0 0 ing and fatal results by using One Min- Â¬ Medium 20 3 12 ute Cough Cure It is an infallible rem- Â¬ Creamery BOOS edy for coughs colds croup and all 16 Hay- Â¬ Fresh throat and lung troubles Short FEATHERS nes goese Â¬ Â¬ This famous remedy will cure an attack Of croup in the time it takes to find a doctor Every home should have it ready for the time of need It i9 nn Infal- Â¬ lible remedy for all brouchial and lung affections Bold by ilruRKlsts at Z5c SOc nnd botUe or sent direct on receipt or price by IVIank If SatktrluS BrfUlM l The Time of Meeting Meet mo in tho Uoy of G said a per ntr C musician to bis friend What timo will that bo friend At 1 sharp ropllcd tho aud ho wcut out alouo into dark night Clevolantl Plain asked the musician tho deep Dealer HAMOTSBURa D F BEARD President WILL MILLER Vic Prldnt II BEARD Cuihter Sold by SHORT Why Rent When You HAYNES Can Own J H Hunsche The New Haitian Minister M Jacques Nicolas Lcgor tho now Haitian minister to tho United States is a fino looking man of about 88 says tho Boston Transcript with an intelligent aud refined faco and most cultivated manners His complexion is light and his wholo bearing is that of a gentleman of education accustomed to refined society Not yet porfectly ac- Â¬ quainted with English his conversation is slow but in his native languago French ho is a fluent and graceful writer M Leger is a descendant of the ne groes who fought in tho famous insur Â¬ rection whioh gave Haiti her freedom at tho beginning of the century his an- Â¬ cestor Colonel Lcgor a commander boing in the patriot army His father is now n senator in tho congress He was educated abroad mostly in Paris at which post ho was a member of the legation returning later to his native land and establishing himself in the e practice of the law at tho capital Here ho rapidly rose in his profession nnd becamo distinguished as the head of tho bar boing elected chief of the barristers in that city Â¬ Â¬ You rent year after year and have no farm when you get through Tbe land- Â¬ lord has your money and the farm at the Wo offer you Oblo end of tho year River Bottom landln Ballard county ono of the best counties in Kentucky on tbe followlngreasonable terms BIX VKAR The TAILOR with MORRIS ESKRIDQE R M JOLLY Q W BEARD V DlrMtor rLAN 700 00 Will be in Clover- Â¬ INTEREST PAID TIME DEPOSITS port on the 2d and 4th FORTUNE Friday of every month YOUR VourhnpiMneisclenryour ttrenfttb your th Keep the Jlend nnd I rout and healthy ON In hen 50 acres at 1400 per acre Cash First Year 50c per acre Second Year 100 per acre Third Year 2 00 per aero Fourth Year 2 50 per acre Fifth Year 300 por acre Sixth year 4 00 per acre Total cost of 60 acres 5000 2500 50 00 100 00 Casper May Co IND and yniirmlndnnrt hrnl n nl way nt rent and eae UUHIMIANH MENTHOIjlXlfAJKKIsthe frrpntcn relief to man kind In all head troubles CJUlirn COT1IH SOKE ca TAJCICII Thnt awful odor ofCntnrrh dis appears by Itn ue Wonderful In liar eTeran4 1YV CUNIIltrAHS Aftlima hrllUY II By I ttxxl h la tiikoat Â¬ 12500 150 00 200 00 700 00 CANNELTON If yN cm vt It i bmrfltu far null SO emit Hmd for lloek on Mmlhl frM tlSHBAX UKia CU TISIKMKB ISD V 8 A Tho persons who disturbed the congre- Â¬ gation last Sunday are requested to call on the druggist and get a bottle of Foleys Honey and Tar which always gives re- Â¬ lief A R Fisher Cloverport R A Shellman Gordon Stephensport Haynes Tatesville j E A Witt Hardins- Â¬ burg Inconvenient Prime white Two Anecdotes James Payn recalls that when young and romantio he agreed with a friend to n9ssiuiJTvl3Q5lljm frjojnTWiJnr as it scemod to Mr Payn in the mid dlo of tho night and ho qnito agreod with his friond when tho lattor persua sively asked tho guiae wuo Who does not know tho copper horso at Windsor that equestrian Etatno at the end of tho long walk to which and back again tho local flyman Mixed Old No 1 duck POULTRY 5 6 SI 20 20 00 liens per lb This land produced the past season of 1890 80 bushels of corn per acre and 6 acres of Early Rose Potatoes produced 2000 bushels or 400 bushels to the acre 10 acres of Yellow Prior Tobacco made an average of 1200 lbs to the acre which brought in the market 5 for leaf and lues i acre of late cabbage brought 50 sold at Cairo You can raise twico as much on a good bottom farm as in the hills and your land dont wash away or wear out There has been no drouth in Ballard county this year and tbe crops are splen- Â¬ did They are good overy year We have good farms for sale on long time at bargains in Dayiess Ohio and McLean counties cheaper than anyone Louisville Henderson I St Louis Py else will sell you We will exchange any form we have for others For plat and further particulars apply Time Card In Effect June 20 97 to L Fbeeman Little over Bank Com- Â¬ merce or Huoit A Williams 214J No 4 No 44 No East Hound Third Street Owensboro Ky Iv St Louli Hvjiuvillo Henderson SWAfcvOle 7 HOW TO TRAVEL B O 0Z3yCH O S fat S W KY TABIjB Cinclnnatl and the Henderson Route Co Trains leave Louisville as follows East Louis and the West W HAlLWAY 46 mi- Spring Chickens per lb Ducks per lb fYlInT per rlarrei new Now La Bweet Dotatoes per bu From store 2 to 6 ets higher HaTy Beans per bushel 86m 8Mpm GB3m 2 20pm 2 45m 2 48 715 3l0 7 as 17 No 30 No 16 No 18 Lv Loulsvila 245pm 335am 823am Ar Cincinnati 645am 1155am 605pm Ar Columbus 555pm 1105pm 1115am Ar Pittsburg o 95pm 7 95am 6 50am Ii aoam Ar Washington 1 2opm Ar Baltimore 750am Ar Philadelphia 1015am 340 pm 11 sonn Ar New York 5 55pm Ar Boston 3 oopm 9 05pm Nraln No 16 has elejrant Pullman Buffet Parlor Car to Cincinnati and Drawing room Sleeper and dining can Cincinnati to Washington Baltimore yHIIMIMIMMWUI JUAMLXMMI Jj I3n SNoVi i- m kc 1 YOU SHOULD wj EMPLOY h CHINTZ ROYALTY t ffmgj llsl3gF Louille Packet Line Imih m and Evansville TIM 3ro 4 SCHEDULE Ex Lieut Governor l0 P Those Dreadful Sores wMJEb slkvSNl1lWVS t 0t vimw Footwear VJr -m Sr3pal Worthlt40 0 Q Protect Your Childrens Feet that 2F1 MmH JmlumAM aia ui Sv HoocPs fc parllla Iitnebest UiiaetU iSw--r-iW-i- tf a ni limner loatUullgo-of BtuiritMfswHoatjr th troublsi and gotw w w tanm Uw dlaas wUl miI UVtJZLZl PraKripUoir r harmaciat i W E BROWN irvihotonJ iiif w HjmI THH BRBOKHNRIDGR NEWS GLOYERPOBT KY BRECKENRIME ftEWS 1897 A Famous Old Church fc 1- - M Tho citizens of a Georgia town were There aro more titan 10 000 Europeans Tho Marqnis of Lorno has grown very greatly annoyed by tho incessant ring- and Americans resident in Ohinn Of much stouter lately Tho Marquis of Bute whoso fiftieth ing of the boll of a schoolhouso where theso 4000 aro English SONS SACRIFICE Hongkong is tho capital of forelga oirthday was recently celebrated has colored children wero taught A com had tho titlo since ho was about a year mittco waited on tho principal nnd en Â¬ industry in tho far oast Moro than tered a vigorous protost old 8000 vessels touch thoro annually Confessed to Murder to Save His LW Is it absolutely necessary that yon Tho British oolouinl socrotary lias ap- Â¬ Dradshaws originator Mr Robert should ring that bell nil day long ask Â¬ Father Tried and Acquitted proved a loan of f 0 000 000 for tho build- Â¬ Digglos Kay has just died in South port iKasssssssP HsssstkB ed tho spokesman of tho committee ing of railways in tho Malay peninsula England Though ho edited tho guldo 10 what it is sir replied tho Dats for 4 1 years he lived to bo 87 years of principal From the Globe DermWat Dr Hills of Manchester Ky at DRiKctsrs hits ono or do regulations years of ago rodo in n pacing rnco 70 as 50 ago- at 14 The cr do school LkIikotok Kv November IBBATTTWrV pniDIWTFRntefremPHllCMtlrurtfctriff BmaBkrULUIBbl UUflMHlBnUtlTrrrlperirrlpWfniertnrlrMsM Barboursvillo tho other day and won it President MoKinloy has recoived from Will you ploaso explain remarkable munler rial in tie tho popo a copy of a book describing and Twenty two ports of China nro open Certainly sir You see when a Kentucky tfrnilnateJ in Som ilstory of illustrating tho Borghcso apartments in now pupil conios in wo rings do bell no to foreign rcsidenco whoro Enrqpeans erset this week when James Hollars tho Vatican Only 100 of tho books cord In tcr his ago Ef hos 0 years old aro nil owed to own land pn which thoy was acquitted on the charge of murder wero printed llvo wo rings her nino times cf hes 20 4 fey a jury In March 1895 Samuel w No fowor than four of tho British sho rings 20 on so on up tcr CO Den Tho oxport trndo of Siam with En Shadoan a prominent young farmer of commandors in chief in India havo been when a scholar gits up tor spell his lesropo has increased rapidly within thrco Pulaski county while plowing in his son wo rings his ago for tcr encourago years being mostly in rico and teak Scotchmen Lord Clydo Lord Strath field near Tate ville was Bhot And killed naim Sir Donald Scott and now Sir him en ef bo donn mako a miss wo wood rings hor twlco do number cr his age William Lockhart The report by some porton unknown At Wilmington Del whoro offenders ot the gun was heard by several persons Sir Edward Sassoon who has bought for tor celebrato him Yes sir hits ono aro publioly whippod crowds of pretty ROCKPORT IND Barney Barnatos London houso is a cr da regulations cr do school en as girls look on s and seem to enjoy tho vicinity of the shooting and in the grandson of David Sassoon a Hobrow yon say hits absolutely necessary about an hoar later James Hollars who spectacle Always Aki Repairing Atlanta Constitution -of Bagdad who mndo a great fortuno Good mawnin was a neighbor of tho dead man was Scavcr Falls Pa has throo physi Â¬ in tho India and China trade Not One Complaint in - Sf5WTi iJJlTOrsatnE Asrent Been leaving the vicinity of the fluid cians whoso nnmes aro Grim Aguo and Past Year of Our Work where Shadoan was killed carrying a donuson M D has just Â¬ The canvasser with tho patent adjust Â¬ Coffin In spito of thoir names thoy enucuu iiumuieu as nsiuuent at mo Mary- Â¬ able flatiron heater had talked for 15 joy lucrative practices Tho many letters of high praise ot our gun Just as he emerged from tho field land Col lego of Pharmacy Sho is tho minutes without a break when tho wo- Â¬ he met two young girls and a boy lie Denmark has labor unions comprising work Is evidence that we aro ahead of fir it femalo student the Institution has man of tho houso interrupted him by seemed very much excited 88000 members Tho Swedish unions others Hammering large circular saws had sinco its foundation in 1841 producing a small card and lead pencil havo a membership of 7000 tho Nor- Â¬ is our specialty and saws that others tlmm lin IiaiI VIIIaiI filiailnfin IBP v news Julian Ralph who has been living in and romarking in a calm emotionless wegians of 12000 laboring men have tailed on II you want satisfaction spread tho cllkers Loudon for tho past year and a half is way Mrs Dorothy Lamon of Washington on work and prices we guaranteo It now contributing two or three articles a I havent heard n word you havo has rocolvcd from her old homo in Vir- Â¬ llULinio IIUUJ3D vm aucot mil ug Address week to tho London Daily Mail Somo said PIcaso writo it on this was gone About six weeks ago lip was ginia a enno which was mado for Abra- Â¬ of his articles aro devoted to his experi Ho looked at tho card gasped onco or located in a Western Btate and brought ham Lincoln from wood tuken from ences in England twico and went away with his lips mov- Â¬ Lookout mountain back to Kentucky for trial His father Rockport Ind ing nervously but no sound issuing from Sumner A Leach of Plcasantvillc Levi Hollars died last year When tho Whilo tho Now York papers havo Chicago Tribune Knox county Ma has tho hat that his them case came up for trial the commonwealth been disonssing why men do not marry wore at tho timo a society woman of that city says that introduced the two girls and the boy to An Excellent Schema of his wedding 140 years ago It was a Yes I always lot people know that no woman can bo really woll dressed on whom James Hollais admitted the kill WITH black beaver with a very wide brim and my wifo is a Republican and Im a less than 36000 a year I cost 7 whon now leg It was the general belief that a reEven tho Japs appreciate tho valuo of markable strong case had been made out Mrs Jeromo Boccher of Chicago has Democrat It saves mo lots of explana- Â¬ CO printers ink Tho mikados government given 46000 to tho Chicago Orphan tions against Hollar and the commonwealths iNCOKPOHATIDJ has appropriated 43000 to bo expended In what way asylum for a now main building and attorneys as well as tho public wire Why when pcoplo hear us raising in advertising throughout tho Unitod 3 1 33 to Clinpol Street Ilet Main and Market and 210 320 Tenth Street William A Fuller and Otto Young taken by Biirpriso at tho remarkable lino also of Chicago havo added LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY 10000 morry turmoil thoy think of courso it States tho merits of Japancso tea at- Â¬ of dofenso offered by young Hollars is only a party dispute Cloveland A Providcnco man of iconoclastic diseach for two cottages torneys Hollars was put on tho stand Dealer position has put an old fablo to a deto Johann Strauss has gono for a short Plain Something To Know and told the following sensational story structive test by lotting a pot fox havo Too Bad may bo worth something to know stay at Baden As ho ordered a largo It Independent Warehouse Four Months Storago Free My father Levi Hollars killed Samtho run of n vineyard with grnpes with bundlo of musio papor to bo sent thoro Mnrk youx liogshcnds BUCKNER TOBACCO WAREHOUSE uel Shadoan The latter had accused that tho very best medicine for restoring for him tho Vionnoso aro anticipating in his reach Tho fox cares noither for ripo grapes nor sour but will cat chick- Â¬ father of stealing his timber and father the tired out nervous system to a heal nnother waltz or perhaps an operetta en every time being an old man was afraid to cope thy vigor ia Electric Bitters This medi- Â¬ ironi him boforo long Census figuros recontly published nt with him in a Hit light and lie shot and cine is purely vegetable acts by giving Lieutenant Winston Churchill of tho Washington show that average longevr killed Shadoan As there wore no wit- Â¬ tone to the nerve centres in the stomach Fourth hussars son of Lady Randolph ity has madb a pcrcoptiblo advanco ovon nesses tho case looked bad for father gently stimulates tho Liver and Kidneys Churchill formorly Miss Jcnnio Jerome ln the last ten years and as pcoplo livo asked me to wsume the crime and aidstheBo organs in throwing off Im- Â¬ daughter of the late Leonard Jeromo of and he twico as fast ns thoy usod to tho sum topurities in the blood Electric Bitters New York is acting as war correspondand then leave tho country oefore the improve ssssssssssssssEsVtfirBffwWllHBls tal of lifo is very much longer and rich1MKi3riAClJiDMBHiBKSL aids digestion and ent for tho London Daily Telegraph in the appetite oflicers could arrest me I hesitated er than formerly Is pronounced by those who have tried India but when I saw my poor old father it as the very best blood purifier and Pure gold is found very seldom in the Colonol Isaac M Morrow lately ap- Â¬ sheddirg teais and when I thought of nerve tonic Try Transvaal Recently however somo pointed immigration inspector of Do it Sold for 50c or specimens wero found and ono of theso tho humiliation it would bo to him to 1 00 per bottle at Short Haynes Drug troit fought through four wars tho valued apart from its sciontifio interpenitentiary I told him 1 go to tho one botwoon Uruguay and tho Argenttcio Dismal Dawson Dis is tough est at 1500 was not long ago pretine Ropublio tho war against tho would do as he desired and picking up Florida Seminolcs tho Mexican and looks forward all day tcr a good nights sented by President Krugcr to tho Ger tho gun I went through the woods to Bleep in a barn and den I find it full of man government Chinese Conservatism civil wars done the field where the killing was them blamo ham fat actors Its nough Many talcs havo been told of tho unOut inRcdlands Cal they havo been According to tho Westminster Ga tor drive a feller tor work Now York and when 1 heard tho children coming willingness of tho Chincso to cutting grain this season with a har Â¬ boo tho zetto tho reason no biography has over World my along I camo out with the gun in advantages of tho introduction of tho boen vester that is truly a mammoth of its Delano hand and told them I had killed Shadoan telegraph into China A telegraph jourÂ¬ editor written of Mr Timos is tho lato kind It has a cutting bar over 50 feet The Cheerful Idiot of tho that tho never nal now adds to tho dumber by tho ro proprietors London Had I not been arrested I would of Tho Times havo always It is a wondor to me said tho in width cuts tho grain thrashes it have returned to Kentucky but as fath- Â¬ cital of an incident connected with tho forbidden it Recently a fresh appeal epoculativo boarder that moro dramas tics it np in sacks and turns out hun er is dead and my own life is now in first cnblo along tho coast from Poking was made to them but it is said with- Â¬ nro not writton by physicians Thoy dreds of these sacks an hour Tho population of London is now es- Â¬ jeopardy I believe that it is no more than to Shanghai Soon after tho cablo was out success boo so much of tho ways of humanity1 laid lottory drawing camo oil in Po- Â¬ Didnt somo dootor writo Tho timated to iucludo 250000 persons of right for me to tell the whole truth king ain which many of tho resldonts of Heart of Maryland and Tho Lights of Irish and 120000 of Scotch parentage STAGE GLINTS about the kiillog We fuI1y realize your thoughts when the idea of Shanghai held tickets Onoofthegam- 45000 Asiatics Africans and AmeriLondon asked tho cheerful idiot leased to them that ho was the real mur cans with bomo 00000 Germans 80000 ouc nevertneies B utuiu nwm uuuc tuuius townsmen realizing n small fortune lntimtlftAWMltl on a turn in tho musio haiisinstoad of an I from wu derer of Shadoan but bound them to tho theyjnuist have uttention and the sootier the better Kentucky Tho supposed gravo of Evo is visited wiion JSot lone nfim- - fhn B iu uui uow piay r was n scanty crop of rico in rlm secrecy should his son ever be arrested Charles Coghlan 7P4aSa Whofc makes you ask that by over 40000 pilgrims in each year to e ve sniUfi i Then he said they could tell of his provinces and a Shanghai merchant ono of his own playsis going starring in Littlo Robert Our teaoher told us mn It is a historical today that camels can go uwuM tory outsido tho cityJiaaan Tho cemo conies3ion ana save his boy from the telegraphed to Peking instructions to drama laid in tho timo of Georgo for wooks at walla tomb IV ony heavily Thn nHmn timo without water Chicago Nows a is 50 cubits long and 12 w gallows or the penitentiary Nnnco ONeils real namo is wido Tho that jo BM out at nu immense profit Gertrudo Arabs entertain a boliof that Evo The jurymen believed the statement nnd damson Sho is impressing Now York WILDBE Srandenbnrg Ky retired on nu independency By do- - ers as Candor tno tallest woman who over lived was HABDIN or young Hollars aud of his neighbors tho loading lady of a stock com suppose I said tho campaign work t0 dawu on tb Cbineso pony A man in Cartersvillo Ga and they were out only a short time un tnat it was lust nswnii pur Â¬ -j chased tho gallows on which a man Annie Russell will cronto tho leading straight ticket Huo til they returned with tholr verdict tolcsrnr a lu Hcgrnpu was a was hanged and built a hennery of tho The court house was packed with peo- fairly good thing to have around tVNoV sad tho swerving partisan 7V in Charles 8roumana production lumber Ho has nover had a chicken For Hoaraentss new play Tho Salt ple anxious to know the fate of the 80iffto keep on voting the same oluu irum it ana it is said uuiirmnr that old ticket I dont om h W SO VkAWAW Benj IntfersOn of Hnttnn Tni your g man who had mad such an un n ored brother wont go within tho col The worst cold I ever had in my life of 1tho Earth I nn 1 l I ITWUllt a block of ho Ind not spoken ri x iuuum uariyio nas boon enrracod tXPEHIlENi uusnmgton Btar as cured by Chamberlains Ib uiual defense one never before made It if ho can possibly avoid doing so bv above a whispnr for w x Cough Charles Wwl months and one bottle of Foleys Honey uuiuuu io appear in Tho in the history of Kentucky crimes and Remedy writts W H Norton r c Tho civil court at Lnon has given Great Good Fortune vuno ueather a and Tar restored at tno Academy of tUtT fli ml f1l irm t com left me when the jury filed in stillness iiiovailad his voice I It is used mis with music Now York torTDId you havo mnch luck in drench lady damauos for thn Wo trunk and its reasonable contents but very largejy by speakers and singes -The people were divided on the quesIon Johnstone Bennett who announced tho Klondiko lias refused to nllowmvtir iu- - u con- - A R Ushers Cloverport It A of young Hollars imilt and the defend Â¬ time Drifter Luck I Von -uBraedy cured me and j she was going into a ti i She uj sidcrablo sum of monoyJ allegod to havo man Stephensport ant himself feared that the jurymen want all of my friends whon troubled ago now declares sho convent two years Lgot out alive Now York Journal TnWn Gordon is going into trado Tradc Marks been in the packngo on the ground that Patesvllle E A would believe that ho was trying to ex- - with a cough or cold to use it for it will and manufacture nocktios UEWQN8 rnr iiardlnsburg a trunk is not a proper placo to carry The Briefless Barrister yPVUKIHTa Ac do them good Anroniindi Cloo do Mcrode recoived culpate himself by fastening the crime Sold bv A u vii was taking a turn or for dancing pnlcslT uoeruTn onr oniSi2ajPtl wsV at Koiter Binln v In shabby habiliments dressed on his father A look of deep expectan- Â¬ Uloverporr and It A Shelimau Jnrentlon li probsblr SBS8uJtiJr io Its DltTerent Then Consul Dobbs at Valnarnlsn tvna WM Mockingly worn r week Mario Lloyd tho Engiishserlo cy was on his iace and his frame shuok ensjiort a i0 him Wlth Lls am aromid out that tho attempts to introdnco licht tl mat uaa invested his vest comic was paid 060 a week as the judge asked the jury if they had lQe united states in Â¬ troiu nHuEch1 hd mBe breach Sirl MauAdan38nindo ber stage debut made their verdict In equally solemn to rrCT havo proved failures The na Chilo and worsted were worse A Peculiar Optical Illation n1HTntzyonknow tives profer thoir own hmn S10 t tho tender ago of 8 lone uie loreman re n led A handsomelr v Ti lllntri wtT f wiV And not a half crown in his puree Chlcago Post A which cost CK to cents to tho Im or Oak i She is now in ennB Hearts Aad thus ss he wandered along hortwinHmi ported beer which cannot be sold at man handed the clerk a nanow slip of tcrcst that attaches to year A boodless and comfortless An Old Story the Ronnf rv loss than 14J cents a bottlo paper from which he read in a sur- He sought for relief In a songelf Branch 0co 4l r Bt Washijfyf Jgf nong photographers who often Modjesko whowhilo shomadomonoy V riPdh7I1Car0uhavo 1wt eot mar Or complalnlngljr talked to is growing penurious In art prised sort of way uut iu n position to invest in clabo himself t0 t0 ffer Klondko to ovory needy matters Jean Francois Millofs statue Sons Unfortunate man that J ami We the jury find the defendant Pcsvo sets of apparatus Polish exile is said to bo not exactly in which is ready to bo sot up in his na I ve never a client but grief I Ho Oh yes I was James Hollars uot guilty as charged in says it is not genorally known that by bntUOt t0 bavo money enough to The case Is Ive no caso at all married throa At the JLaw Office tlvo town Groville must wnlt Mil means of a Very slmnln optical illnslnn weeks agol-Tit-- BIts In retirement nno-- tn of And In brief Ive neer had a brief the indictment year owing to the lack of anapproprla ni iiium penocc imitation of tho won- - New York to open a school of aVting Hollars seemed to be the most sur dors of radiography tlou and for tho samo reason the Cer waited and waited In vain V G BABBAGE JournalUtlo Luck Expecting an opening to And prised man iu the courtroom and when out tho troublo mul can bo shown with nuschi collection in Paris for which 2 Arizona Country Editor This has IN IURDINSBURO Uw8r J0 his friends crowded around him to con fmVLh0i for the toll of hismlht gats England offered 8l000000 nn tnbca or flnscent scroens been a lnoky day for mo aiTi00 mind opened to the public You gratulate lilm he looked at them iu a Faithful Wife Has TU not that I am wanting foVfi -- V uuwssa7 ls t tako a small There is no Whilo a brido and bridegroom elect to pay a subscription somo ono boen in m dazed manner Or lack sn Intelligent fsoe in Uw Phcasan w turkoy and He finally remarked 5 A Deed Moris word so full i Ioso n rftst others have cases to plead iuuhiujj oyer tno houso thoy wero Editor WelL n o it wasnt n lnb th0 oyo l00k lnBii that lie felt good to set foot on free Sh Whilo I have to plee4 for a cose ten instrument drawn to occupy at Woodfords Me some as that but I was Of mpnnlnrr tho radiating ribs nt tho end ground shot at and misscd of tho and Kant workmen arrived with wall paper about which such tnnrW nnS Wow York Wookly wM tll w cn P010 Jlngcrs or tJl0 hand hold Now that all the facts of this peculiar op 7ounK wn 15 cr hope a note saying that if tho patterns of and holy recollections cluster as that toward tho sky or against tho win for the smallest progression I Collections mado the case have come to light the people of dow Tho The professions already so full paper suited tho couplo tjio andwilt Retired From the Rni flesh of tho flncers will of Mother ances prompt workmon she who watched Of lawyers so full of profession Pulaski county regard young Hollars as appear to bo transparent Wallace--Wh- at wero instructed to twinnr fi ill Copying 1 is tho reason Johnny with tho Over OUr heloless infanev anrl miM While thus he wag strolling done on the Call throughout tho whole to b taken a hero who was willing to take upon opaquo bono running down in as a any wearing his Little Defender badge ed Our first totterinrr stcn Vfff tho cen Ills eye accidentally fell sround graph tho best type writer wedding present moro jnmseii me outum ol mu der and the or ns shown by tho truo radiograph If the life of p boio n the Bronnd every Expectant Moth Airs Wallace He aTJ7 sighed to himself It Is in the world t Tho Church Times England life of a fugitive in order to eave Ills it is desired to nxMMt i he doesnt seem to bo welll er is beset with danger and all ef leading articlo entitled Who Aroin a father from the humiliation of imprison Â¬ To curb his emotions be sat animals tho fort should be made to avoid it Wcsloyaus P informs its rodders ttlo half frozen r th8 P008 of ment and perhaps a felons death f tant Then cried Heres an opening at lastl so asssts nature Dr Rigg and Mr 11 p Hughes that t0 8 U warm hl Pkot Cin havo And In less thsn a Jiffy was In HI no moro right to bo called Wosleyans oinnati Enquirer The Ihree year old boy of J A John J O Lorry ono of the best known than tho archbishop of Canterbury to NfJ morning twolve citizens came eon of Lyon Center III is subject to citizens of Spencer t Twas the coroner bade OfflMti Sti St Cuitlfii be called a 8nndemanian and Mo testifies that he the Expectant irl assorts To the end that It might bothem attend DR MENDENHALLS attacks of croup Mr Johnson sava h cured himself of the determined -- uuu 1 now the man had determined his end wesiey could revise the ueDtiitry la all to Brtaoiss worst kind of piles Mother is ena- Â¬ astfaMd a is satisfied that the timely use of Cham Â¬ -- j al operst oai performed science of bis labors ho vnii IMPROVED bled to look for- la Vk k tew noxs oi ileWltts Witch The man was a lawyer I hear xlltfal Anglo Catholia pnoesTo suit lbs HM berlains Cough Remedy during a severe rl wif linnf War ton IalVe IlB bad boen 1HD EH7BB CUBE au h maB wh0another the corse atack saved his little boys life Ho is with piles for ovor Iblrtv vpra troubled dread suffering or gloomy fore- Â¬ Crown sni Bridge MiTyef ZotllB Al6erdam ni 11 bodings Undoubtedly died of remorsel Tseta Mtracted PosUlvsly WltostTUT in the drug busiuea a member of the used many difijrent kinds of current opinion that to the hour when nli medicine President Kruger is narrow mindod A third said he knew the deceased firm of Johnson Urns of that place and Camplete Teaiai Kini butIaVittswastleone that did the experiences the joy of Motbwko kssSVLsLsea An attorney well versed In the laws Tho paper relates thnt rrthey handle a great many patent medi work and he will verify tils statement Its use insures safety to the lives to tho cause of his death I awaro that Leyds is an atheist when h SaHtberH iHiasa if any one wishes to wJito he wm no aouot irom he want of cines tor turoat and lung diseases He pt DOM Mother and Child andshe MMAHUK U mo now ramoua 6ocrotary uayn s cause of had all these to choose from and skilled is found stronger after than before stato of tho Transvaal to his post The jury deelded at length physicians ready to respond to his call UU Iles For Slercy Krugor told Leyds that if tho But confinement in short it makes latter TfcVI01Uwnjr wohnif the mstter In a bog stealing caso In a Georgia Childbirth natural and easy as wore otherwiso an honorablo man but selected this remedy for use In ids lawyer was drownded because Tljat us couU not keep his head a bore water unbolief uccd not stand in his way his own family at a timo when his childs so many have said luo juugensKoa tno prison IMC to 7 Dont be V tho highest oiBce JohnU Uaxe life was in dang tr because he know it or what ho had to say for himself persuaded to use anything but iiv vuswp or oik IQisibsibubsbsHiIHm Ho hesitated a moment then step lVOL mj uo nupenur 10 any outer ana lamous Vru Villa rMtOM XaMViSl ping forward said 1 the country over for its 4cure8 of crouS ftddrM8 to ILE Bucklea rorMadr K I stole dat hog jedgo yer f n la II Vo JUT and get Ch cago Mr Johnson says this Is the best soiling but J wants yon tcr make de honner cjs5KT a free sample box nital sad Ut nnoa of Dr Kings New Life rough mediciuo they handle aud that it light kaso he got way fum mesentence fattta na rills A trial no less will convince yon of their gives splendid satisfaction in all cases dan six times en I sprain two 1pm on a How common are chronic merits These tch iirzr aewfw Mywlfe suffered more in ten Biln p diu peculiar to wumen are easy ta actios and are particalar- Sold by A B Fisher Cioverporr and ono arm fo 1 finally kotched him en got utes with either of her other two Â¬ him on deflro T Atlanta Constitution la tha CHN 0 dren than sho did altogether withchil K AMeilHM0tephensfort her UfUo OkfissaV last having previously used d CTf Headache bot J M Thlrswend 0 Groaheck Tex tles of Mothers Friend four iVaÂ¬ Liver trouble they Fot Malarta and It have Uw proved CMt iUl Umflemmat me that when he has a spell of ladlgw- tLH7OM expecting to be l Tjluable They are ne a muthjek Wigffatf kMattew typewriter girl Mysa 04Mtowr Prfeetly lion and eos bad and sluggish he free f rom vry delteri Ukes IIkndxmok Dut Oarmi Illinois We Immmm ot On otbM- onor sub- wno m ajswui8 wttie Early RI -oc j aboctaiTS O iI eihiur original la all rloll II fn success siunirfJE TS t i w- - ou ont a all iM Hudowniliseacisir value lue mxt mo i Dear I neMsa IliSor- siikl iMrls m fa tmdMm writ 1 eossplexloo sad 6eur hsakk M MI arco Mty gy 11 inf is u fsss SPf tstwrt h CUya IVAMVILLB ImJT fcl WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 24 Â¬ Â¬ PMTwhen wine iiLJ IZlJSSlyXnth Â¬ At Aloxnndrin Va stands an ancient hureh in nearly its original condition Christ church whoso nrchitoct boro tho namoof Wren not however Sir Chris topher It was completed In 1770 In November 1700 tho vestry of whom Oeorgo Wnahingtou was ono lovied an assessment of 31185 pounds of tobacco to build two churches Christ church boiug one Tho specifications called for shingles of juniper mortar to bo two thirds limo and ono thlnl sand tho pediments to bo iu tho Tuscan and altar pulpit nnd canopy in tho Ionic order Washington was tho purchasor of pow No C for 30 10s Tho old records show 6omo curious entries Two pounds ten shillings was collected of Bryan Fairfax in 1770 for killing deer out of season and Thomas Lewis was fined S shillings for limiting on tho Sabbath Tho money thus collected went for tho support of tno poor tlio Initio and tho blind and buried tho dead Tho old records show that scats wero assigned according to rank or for special reasons Ono Susan nab Edwards officiated as soxton to tho cntlro satisfaction of tho congregation Tho old cdiflco had neither chimney nqj fireplace until farn8V Tho most con epicaous families in tho early history of Virginia wero worshipers at Christ church tho Adamses Herberts Cus tisos Blackburns Carlyles Muirs Droadwators Alexanders and others equally prominent General Robert E Leo attended Sun day school and was baptized and con- Â¬ firmed in this church and n tablet to his memory adorns tho eastern wall Daring tho occupancy of Alexandria by tho Federal troops tho rector and many of tho parish fled within tho Con fed era to lines Tho church was held by tho military authorities A largo mound in tho churchyard marks tho resting plnco of lit Confcdcrato soldiers who died in Federal hospitals in Alexandria Harpers Weekly PERSONAL CHATS HUMOR OF THE HOUR FACTS IN A FEW LINES 4 nniVnNcrinATihM mftmmonaecs MTillwliiT11 all - 4 3 Â¬ ROCKPORT SAW WORKS fiHiniSf lBiajbojs lJttPir Â¬ Â¬ Rockport Saw Works A Dutschke Son 1 BUCKNER TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Â¬ Â¬ Special Attention Given Private Sales Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Health Depends Upon Your Teeth Being in Order Good 3 Â¬ Kui f- WMV - i Â¬ T- ii Sf i0 if I Ajj3jra rii vu v you1 Â¬ i- m MtiWZSSg iuj ntnl8 Â¬ nlii lt nn MOTHER Can Get tot Kfe Ifkllil LiflIlltorlEtodab rr J - C i BUSH D ds Friend -- sld 3ipcfen CHI Mt WADEMJA 1 - ffimfl MAN m Hi t l v v i MOTHERS FRIEND jLt women MH uK3aes was goteedtob WJNTJRSMITHS - SBWsa am hx iwZI7l ssssi SPSacaansfitsffB m IPAiWI ycHu Bold by flBOpT HAYNBS iktfjjsiji je 1 J i il rf iTVAifunr sres uitt X ryi toWr - W Ov appeared on my r tho ontiro kg and spread lower portion of the nb I got tsn Mn from tnndicln0Viil tied yours lwa8curedbyonbboUoof RMMiing Bores Coles stoves save fuol Vest Tho best kraut City Bakery Fresh candles City Bakery Coles stoves secure comfort Vest Send your ads to the Nkws for clirist mas ISAAC ACKER Cowans Va M Breckenridge tTT WEDENSDAY News 1 NOVEMBER 2 1897 Local Brevities m f Btadbr butcher Coles ptovea eavo money Veat All kinds of fruits City Bakery For palatable beef go to Gladera Malaga grapes City Bakery Mrs Honry Armstrong is very ill II L Thanksgiving ends tho life of the fowl Gibson Leading grocers Gregory Buy your Thanksgiving eatables from Promptness In everything at meat shop Where will the turkty be to morrow in the oven Fleishman compound yeast frtsh at City Bakery Staple and fancy groceries fresh Gregory AGIbson William Victor Boomer went to Hawesvllle Sunday How pretty those Tarn OShanters at Mits Judith Millers Gregory Company report business improving at the wharf Virgo Wilson spent Saturday and Sunday at Jollys Station They burn everything combustible Colds stoves Vests agents Owen Seatpn and William Brown took stock by boat to Louisville Sunday Feather boas all black from 25 cents and upwards Miss Judith Millers Tom Drane tho popular machinist at tho shops spent Sunday In Cannelton Prayer meeting Wednesday night at the Baptist church All are Invited to come Those- new turbins are the talk among the fair st x In display at Miss Judith - disease by the timely use of Tutt3 Liver Pills an old and favorite remedy of increasing Staders popularity Always cures Airest 4AAtfeVfc Your House In Repair Estimates Furnished on Tin and Iron Roofing Spouts and Gutters made on short notice - - -- - - JP - rrr-gf-g- y - - tt I JL WANTS kVaWf nice TJOIl HUNT Three floor k btd roomi on AA second L J CkM Mr Mi Mtt THURSDAY WsiNiOnii t SICK HEADACHE sour stomach malaria indiges- Â¬ tion torpid liver constipation and all bilious diseases LaIIiist TUTTS Liver PILLS y iic 79 ir wins ii Ilin under cultivation Ami the balance tim A good house and bam plendM orchard and twenty ncrea underlined with coal Thi farm It located on lllaciford creek In Hancock county and etshtmllei from llawei ville For Information adJeii Krlel llrof Cloverpot Kjr 1 ner ber land JmDilitv nrMiu v It hat on it IS THANKSGIVING B Strayed or Stolen A imall l ay fillr until white star In firehead and carrlet her tall a little to one aide Any one returning her to Alkiii Ky or bringing word that will lead to her recovery will be well reward Â¬ ed by W W Whalen I WONDER HOW I WILL BE AND SERVED Glance over this list and bco if you cant find something good to go along with Mr Miss Anna Hennln after an absence of two years In Europo and other for- Â¬ eign countriop has returned to her home in Hawesvlllo Miss Hennln poeseses those qualities that go to make up an s0B sfv r Millers Gibson fjryour Thanks Gregory Vests forerunner of the holidays giving groceries Thanksgiving visit their grocery de Â¬ We get what the market demands partment Gregory Gibson Thanksgiving morning you can get i Everything good to oat at Vests oysters celery and cranberries at City grocery department Bakery For ribbon always go to the milliner When out shopping for eatables for Miss Judith Miller Thursdays dinner dont pass Gregory II Sheldon Jarvla tobacconist of Gibson Henderson was here yesterday Mrs A R Fisher after a weeks stay To morrow will be turkey day and to at Rock Vale and Irvlngton returned home yiBterday get that turkey you must see Stader Your table should be supplied with Sherman Ball Circuit Clerk elect of Breckenridge county was In town Sat fresh fruit to get em you must go to the City Bakery urday Capt J II Rowland and wife left Miss Kitty Marlow principal of thej Stephensport school was in tho city yVterday for Rosetta Tbey will be with Mr and Mrs Alf Taylor Saturday Madame-- Rumor has it that one of Broadway RotB has offer- Â¬ Mr Charles ed 1000000 for the restoration of his Cloverports popular salesladies will the coming month be led to the altar eyesight turkeys and every-Â¬ The complaint against tough meat Celery cranberries dinner Gregory should be a thing of the post You can thing always ret the tenderest from Stader Gibson Mr and Mrs Wm Morton of Rock Miss Nannie Brashear has returned home from a visit to Miss Bessie Jnrboe Vale were the guests of Mr and Mrs Chris Swnggot several days last week at Skillman Misses Amanda Tate and Esther This fall I show a line of caps all Dinkwater of Tobinsport spent the day colors in plaids that cannot be excelled Sunday with Mrs Marion Weatherholt see them Miss Judith Miller The platinum process something new Miss Mary Ryan entertained a num Â¬ is what 0 L ber of friends last Thursday night in and strictly Knight and wife can finish your picture honor of her birthday the 21st L E Henderson arrived from Irving in Dr Thomas 0 Moorman of Rock ton Monday to visit his sister Mrs E Vale is reported seriously ill and not S Foote Owensboro Inquirer Mr Allen Stith and sister Miss Mabel expected to live He is eighty odd on ra who art teaching school at Illtea UUUt I JSU nl1 JSLUb Marion Hambleton left last week were in town Saturday shopping She will remain all we exteAffftfor Henderson Thursday To morrow i thanks to you all for tho liberal patron Winter iuo guest oi Air ana Airs J v Hambleton age shown us Gregory Gibson How can you resist having your pic-Â¬ Mr and Mrs Sam Ahl went to Hard to spend the day with ture taken when you see the fine and Insburg Sunday his parents Judge and Mrs William artistic work C L Knight and wife are turning out Ah Thanks awfully ought to be the reply must have been fowl Saturday surely day Some ten or twelve wagns loaded coming from some friend to morrow for with chicken coops came into this a nice picture of yourself taken at Knights gallery market Scott a prominent arid James F Mrs E A Kissam and son James wealthy citizen of Lexington died sud El ward left last Friday to spend several fci denly last week from a stroke of par Â¬ weeks with her parents Mr and Mrs alysis J Bandy Union Star A joint meeting of the Teachers Asso- Â¬ Gray and Pate shippers from this ciation of this and Meade counties will point marketed by boat to Louisville conyene at Iryington Saturday Novem- - Monday night the following list of stock ber 27th 30 hog 2 cows and 54 head of sheep Whitehead have formed a 5 claves Stader partnership for the purpose of handling All persons Indebted to the firm of all kinds of grains in Bubbages vacant Miller Llghttoot will please come for- Â¬ store room ward and settle as we wish to have all There were three deaths from typhoid outstanding accounts closed Miller y fever in Holts Bottom since last Friday Llghtfoot iuo uociors report it in all eolorou Christmas will almost be upon us you epidenlc form Mrs Dr H O Morton an old and cannot think of a better gift than to give estimable lady of the Rock Vale nefgh- - your relatives and friends a picture of borhood died last week She was In yourself 0 L Knight and wlfo are doing excellent work her eightieth year The gentlemen named took wagon Prof J H Logan and wifeof Hardins- burg were in town Saturday This is Monday for the woods where a day of Messere Mrs Logans first visit since they moved hunting will be engaged in Geoj ge ShortSilas LUlard Ohas Bohler to the capital city W F Smith and Charles Hale of Jesse Keys and Samuel Conrad PellviUe were in town last week They Charles Mook with Carter Bros report tho business outlook in that Co of Louisville was here Monday section as improving Charles Is well lfked by all merchants Miss Mallssa Archer who has been and enjoys a good trade His business he guest of Miss Lydia Graham for tho for this year has been encouraging post several days returned to her home Mrs Augustus Gibson who has been t Ekron Monday morning to see her sister Mrs Tom Payne of announcing the niarriaee Harris urn out Lodiburg who was reported to be critic x 7 rsHijaWB neuia jiurnugiuu uiuturuugu ally ill with typhoid feyer has returned to tit Jewe Weatherholt this city he reports her Bister much belter lata place Wednesday December lClli Uuion Thanksgiving services will be Mr O F Redman and wife of Irving held in the Elm St M E church Rev FtML were here Sunday the guests of Mr VY B Rutledge pajtor of the Baptist hmiUta W 0 Allen Mrs 11 M church will conduct the services iMaum hi mother accompanied them Preaching to commence at 1090 oclock A party consisting oi Misses Eliaa BfttMy Ihllpot of Ekron has so I May Bettie Bowmer Ruth Hayneo Ray rtwived the best price for tobacco Jleyser and Master David May west to ohsilndd la that county He sold last Tell City Tharwkyai tfa Growres Warehouse Cannelton and Mrs Frank Saturday 09Â¬ Fralxj chap their bikes of tobacco for 512 per 10p om hogshead They returned that eroned them poaad evening on the flS0 train Mr A 0 MunEon Sremaa on he Mr Williams Traveling Pa Â¬ Tax wm suddenly takes sick yester ssngr C V lor the Louisville A Evanc agent wornlng It Is feared he Las typhoid day Hate a half brother of Payaas villa packet line was here yootorday to m He 0 Ims ad was yestorday even look alter business for the compoay great Tho boats are carrying a to Louisville where he said it jaM ha Mr bk brother and have amount of cattle and boa and business fatttf oUontioa HiafrijsuJa hope that has wonderfully improved Tbey are M I 1LI lit t now all running on good Um pgnufHrwH win uYrof k KrVIi Th Columbia Circle BV K 0 will In the future hold its raaeilnai o Satur day afternoons at 2 oclock instead f I Monday evenings Tboae who eofeUnv DlaU joining am cordially Invitod to be Imt fafrtta Mi OkihlrwL preaeut at Mr Dr V p Smiths Satur Â¬ day November 97 at 8 oclock 1 Vest attractive and culturod woman Her friends here are glad to note her re- Â¬ turn Mr Cole tho great inventor of Colia great air tight heater was a fire man In In a foundry in Burlington Iowa tampering with his furnace doors he GEO found or formed the idea of an air lght heater They wore a success so is Mr GETZENDANNER pole br imrlers t the Audltnim Hotel in5EIcrgo The Vtels are hfsT IfrM 0 agents In Cloverport Mr Alex D Heron has resigned bis Lex ewk levexeitemaafe VeVtVW position as snperlntendont of the Breck- Â¬ enridge Company Limited Mr Heron J has had control of this companys busi ness for sometime and many regret to hear of his severing his connection with them He was a faithful efficient sup Â¬ erintendent and managed the affairs of the company well and profitably Ho has not decided what he will engage In but for tho present will locate in the country Another runaway couple came to this city by land Friday night on their way to Cannelton They wero Mr John Jolly and Mies Susie Wilson and were married I will ofTor at private salo in that place Saturday morning Messrs Henry Elmore and Forrest Miller ac- Â¬ entire farm consisting of my companied them There was no causa about 500 acres lying thrco J for the elopement as was learned by a mileswcstof Glendeano Tho Tbey returned News representative by land Saturday and wero given a plaeo is well improved about The groom is the son hearty welcome ono lialf under cultivation It of Mr and Mrs William Jolly and is quite well to do The bride is the has on it thrco tenement daughter of Mr and Mrs W D Wilson houses and thrco barns and a and is one of that sections popular good well For further par- Â¬ young ladies Iron Mantels Strayed From my larm near Kirk about the to of Septem- Â¬ ber lait one cow and a tteer Cow red dehorned wallow fork and under bit In right eur hipped Steer red and white ipotted white face and wide horni two yeara old Any Information will be re warded LoM Jaxbok Kirk Ky 0 3 Turkey Strayed or Stolen Prom my farm at Plante j Hall KyM one back and white potted muley cow four yeara old and siting mrik Marked underbitln the rlfht ear and crop and tinderblt In left ear tow had jm rope halter whenshe disappeared Liberal reward w 111 e given lor information or her return to me at I Ham Breakfast Bacon Dried Beef Sausago Cluckena and game of all kinds MEATS 4I Planters lIallKy VV R Moorman Potatoes of all kinds Turnips Cabbage Kraut Pumpkins and Cranberries Canned Tomatocs7 Peas7B8aasConij Peaches Plums Apricots Pears and Apples Rolled Oats Oat Meal Hominy Beans Grits and Hominy VEGETABLES I ff IRS i All persons hiving calms ngalnst the estate ol Krankl Icrry deceased will present the same hrojierly proven to mc on cr before January 31I I898 CANNED GOODS csote of Frank J Ferry deceased will come lor wa d and settle Frank C Ferry Admr 817 snd St Vll persons knowing themselves Indented to the Henderson Ky DKIED CEREALS Flakes sn FOR SALE We will on Dec jo Icing County Court day let to the lowest and best bidaer a contract to build a bidge across sinking creek at the crossln oT the new Custer and KosetU road Length of span s feet width of roadway ts feet length between the abutments 30 feet helgth ol the abutments above bed of creek I J feet cspaclty so tons Dids received on this structure of both wood and steel Abutment to be of stone bedded in cement Sealed bids R N Miller O W Heard Wm Ahl On the same day and at the same place we will let to the lowest and best bidder a contract to build a bridge across the Tar Fork at Iisgah church Iength of span 45leet width of ro id way is let capacity slide to be made on bjth 30 tons wood and steel abutment to be laid in cement It NMiller Com Notice to Contractors SAUCES AND PICKLES Sweet and Sour Pickles Mixed Pickles Catsup Horso Radish Curry Powder Tobasco Sauco and Celery Sauce Mustard Mackerel Cod Fish Canned Salmon Mackerel Sardines and Cove Oysters FISH I i t FRUITS Oranges Lemons Apples Bananas Figs Dried Apples Peaches Apricots Prunes Raisins and Pine Apples A good selection for Thanksgiving dinner you can find in our largo and varied stock If you dont see what you want on this list we can get it for you IWrnAhl O W llesrd A WHOLE KAN A wnole man is another name ticulars Address A On the same day and at the same place I will let to the lowest and best bidder a contract to build a bridge acrois Daniels creek at Glendesne Length of Span sg feet height of abutments 5 feet and Inches width of roadwav ts fret t c psclty 30 tons The abutments to be built of dry maronery Bids to be made on both wood and steel llids on each of these contracts will be received up until a oclock on the above mentioned day light reserved tq reject any or all bids K JAMES DEAN KY NMiller SXJTiZEPtS for a man healthy One of the GlENDEARE prime essentials of health is clean- Â¬ liness The first step in this direc- Â¬ tion is a clean This fact skin Wrtf la well known Not only should the outside of the body be perfectly clean but the interior of the body as well Clean teeth clean mouth clean throat clean nasal passages are all requisites to perfect health The whole body as well as every organ in the body is lined with mucous membrane which is even more liable than the skin to be- Â¬ come very dirty Tho most frequent cause of unclean mucous membrane is Catarrh creates unnatural catarrh secretions In this condition goo J health is Impossible NOW DEAR GEORGE offer Who can fall to take advantage of this Send 10 cents to us for a generous trial size or ask your druggist Ask for Elys Cream Balm or buy the 50c sze We mall It ELY BROS 60 Warren St N Y City I was tfllcted vylth catarrh last au- Â¬ tumn During the month of October I could neither taste or smell and could hear but little Elys Cream Balm cured it Marcus Geo Shautz Rah way N J NOTICE try to make me believe that any other house outside of DONT THE PAIR ONE-PRICE-STORE can or will give us as much for our muncy cu Breckenridge Dr Hartman has made a specialty of To the Tax Payers of County treating chronlo catarrh for nearly 4o You are hereby notified that after tho years His great remedy has become known throughout the United first day of December 1897 I will adStates and Canada It Is certainly the vertise and sell property for all taxes unbest and probably the only effective in- Â¬ paid and due me as Sheriff for either of ternal remedy for chronlo catarrh Its the years 1895 189Gand 1897 and tax all cures are permanent The Doctor is also legal costs I will be at the following the author of many books on chronlo places before this date to collect viz Ouster Nov 23 1897 catarrh His latest book on the subject 24 Hudson will be sent free for a short time by McDanlels Nov 25 Co Columbus 0 Drug Mlg 20 Glendeane Ask your drupglst for a free 27 Itockvale for 1808 Almanac Hardlnsbursr sheriff office open every FALLS 10F ROUGH day This will be the last chauco to save Respectfully levy Pe-ru-Â¬ Â¬ Pe-ru-Pe-ru-- uicy win iui x nctw shopping amongst them all and I find that the Fair is the only and best place to save money Just look at the annexed items and be fully convince4 that my assertions are correct uu LZis--- e - k Capes At 8125 they will sell a good cloth cape that is worth 8200 elsewhere At 175 thoy are offering a regular 83 00 double capo with fur around cape and on jtorm collar At 8298 you can buy a regular 400 cape with pleated and volv ot inlaid badk in Black Blue and Green At 8550 up to 81000 thoy are showing some perfect gems in Astraohau and Plush capes LADIES MISSES AND CHILDRENS KNIT UNDERWEAR At 25c you can hup a ladies Heavy Pierced lined Vest or Protracted meeting at Union Chapel last week Mr Ed Adams went to Glendeane shopping last week Everyone Is pleased - with the new pastor and his wife Mr Bill Bozarth has leased Mrs Hunt Â¬ ers farm for another year Col Greens fine roller mills will be in operation next week It is sol 1 they are the finest In the state Work and business is booming right People seem to aong at this place haye all the hustle and stir needful to make them progreesiyo I have just returned from a ten weeks visit in Owensboro therefore I do not know much about the doings and goings on of my neighborhood jut bow I was quite disappointed on my return home to learn that Breckenridge county had gone Republican- - In Owensboro of course everything wa all smile and good humor over the electioa t Mr John Eskrldge celebrated his slxtj first birthday Saturday Nov 13 His family nve him a surprise dinner party which was largely oUenJed by friende and relatives He also received several nice presents In the evening the young people were eqtertained and a delicious supper was served and other refresh Â¬ ments during the evening There were about sixty guests present Coiif hs eolds pneumonia and levers by keeping the blood pure and the system toned up with Hoods Samparilla rtaivta AH Tho News 8turls Ky Nov 17 I887 Mr J D Babbag Dar Sir Inclosed you will fladjljcwtbe Nkws It gives all the newtatwl Is far battar than a latter from for it ivs ma the news el bate to Meaaa a4 Bcwkoarldga both K P Stuoklt YwsrsAe SW Path SB 0 pants in silver gray and ecru fin- Â¬ ished with silk ribbon and pearl buttons worth 35c everywhere How to Care Bilious Oolio I suffered for weeks with colic and pains in my stomach caused by bilious pess and had to take medicine all the while until I used Chamberlains Colic Oholera and Diarrhea Remedy which cured me I have since recommended it to a g od many people Mas F Butlmi Falrhaven Conn Persons who are sub j ct to bilious colic can ward off the attack by taking this remedy as soon as the first symptoms appear Sold by A R Fisher Cloverport and R A Shell man Stephensport Â¬ For the children thoy havo a splendid vest or pants ranging in sizes from 14 to 34 with prices beginning at 10c per garment and increas- Â¬ ing in price acording t size citypticos88 50to1500 MEN AND BOYS CLOTHING JMLens From GOc Clothing ribbd shirt I Modern Treatment of w w Consumption treatment of diseases written by forty eminent American Cod liver physicians says oil has done more for the con Â¬ sumptive than all other reme Â¬ It also dies put together Tbthypophosphltes says of lime and soda are regarded fey many English observers m specifics for consumption u v Did you see that 8500 suit for men that is well made and trimmed and worth fmllly 8750 They havo boys suits ranging in prices du- Â¬ An oxtra heavy fleeced lined or drawer at 48c worth fully G5o The latest work on the from 76o to 8950 that no other houso can plicate to 93o per garment thoy havo somo oxtra fino all wool unde twear in silver gray tan and scarlet that sell in tho city for moro money Ladies Shoes In that lino thoy havo a magnificent lino ranging in prices from 98o for s good 150 arti Â¬ cle to 8300 for a regular 8450 shoo All tho latest styles and shapes Blankets and Comforts f All California blankets 8398 wool Com- Â¬ forts from 50o to 8265 anywhere Nono hotter to be had ny be prevented Scotts Emulsion contain the test cod liver oil la a f artkUy digested form combined with the Hypopte tr imr4 r jMu9fUmtndSo43L TfaJa remedy a standard for a THE Ttsr Jn SlIjRIj CLOVERPORT KY CASTOR A HMtlMMMMBMOM MM Km Ciuanntaed lotaMMi bUI urn makes voak ssH au oniorw To 4ttli tofaooM MaUy aod forever M Mas Mile lull of life nerve end visor Uke the womjer worker tfcet make weak men All Orvovwu fe or Si Ourem Booklet d Msawle tree iddreea er Kevs York Wectisa ReaMgf 0ft Obi j fi IwUkH cparie of A eentory k m cxaet accord wMk the lalee vkwsoftsKrftcdkalyrefserion SCOTTS Be sure you EmuUocu ft N ASoWsbMI ywae4lloe SCOTT k BOWNS Ctiseiam few York aiiim 2Uj2S5T k Osat lUya yo say okilde tiomkT It sw a beauiUlu Mm await your ImbcUob at Miw Utu MilWe Itt iaej from dm to di wmmm WnWk sB MLXMJkJJtlk9njLJJijKJR JJM 4amenpar- - r I-Ml 1 iK Breckenridge News 24 1897 WEDNBBDAY NOVEMBER ANNUAL PROGRAM COURT OF CLAIMS Claims Allowed by Breckenridge Fiscal Court April Term 1897 of SHORT NEWS STORIES Xta Kama Is Jonea He Xead Novels He EaU Cupld Ends a Kentucky Teud Pickpocket and Snake Milton O Work told a very good story os tho ovonlng of tho match between tho Now Jorsey and tho Now York Stato associations It Is a matter of common kanwlodgo that ho accompanied a crlok t team to England in tho summer and therefore was not presont at tho soveuth Americas whist congress Ho said that at ono Of tho many complimentary din ners given to bis party a Wither pom Â¬ pous Englishman brought tho conversa Â¬ tion to whist and announced in a I daro yon to knock tho chip off my shoulder stylo that tho English play ers wero fully tho equals if not tho su Â¬ periors of their American brethren and that ho did not havo to go out of his own oity to find them in abundance Mr Work remarked in his usual qniot mannor that Mr Jonos had op Â¬ pressed a contrary opinion to which tho Britisher replied that ho didnt caro a fig what Jonos said his statement was corroot whereupon Mr Work asked him If there was onyrccognizod author Â¬ ity in England whoso opinion would be Â¬ Â¬ FOR GIRLS AND WOMEN BLADDER TROVIlt Plans to Improve Their Physical Condition m Itc i L h t If 02 50 on court house Jesse Kincheloe repairing road 25 00 2 00 Walt Bland hauling lumber O O Carman redisricting roads C 00 4 days Clayton Beard repairing poor 2 50 election 1890 Bouse cistern 50 V F Nichols Primary Education 2 00 Jerry Tabor attending public J L Taul holding inquest on Supts E H Marks and J II Discussion 0 00 body of Sam Owen colored 10 00 privy G months Ashcraft 2 00 material on Oscar Alexander Wm Camp repairing Beech Our Public Schools J E Dorland 2 05 roads Fork bridge 0 00 Music 3 00 Crawford Meador 4 sign boards 4 00 S A Pate fees on sheriff 121 33 A R Thomas Johnathan In School G D Shellman conveying Jno David Carter conveying pauper How Psychology Affects Method 2 00 8 10 Rupert to Asylum 3 00 to poor house AL Peterman Tnos Urane bouse jnov election David Allgood viewer on road 1 County Teachers Association 2 00 J K Kail 1890 2 00 1 00 day Music Owen Cunningham fees as clerk 72 05 J W Pool repairs on North Fork 2 00 AFTERNOON SESSION 10D0 Mrs Sarah McGary Ex on 1080 bridge Music Jno F Day 4 days work on bridgo Richard Penick putting up sign 3 30 4 00 The School Hook Trust us Ac II 0 Lake boards 4 00 Discussed by the Aisocialion Man Marlow 1 days work on Mary J Miller administratix 2 00 1 00 bridge use Ac II C Ltko Thatlloyand That Girl 4 62 taxes wrongfully paid Mrs Eva - Morrison Ed Jeffreys 1 days work on Mary J Miller administratix Ex 2 00 1 00 bridgo use Ac II C Lake Music on 525 year 1895 Educational out look in Kentucky Jno Parton 1 days work on 10 00 MHamman 4 pauper coffins 2 nn bridge use Ac II G Lake 2 00 Geo D Barnard A Co election lly the Superintendents 11 II Cherry Addres II O Lake lumber and nails for etc 22 00 ballot box of Howling Green Ky 2 05 2 75 Joo L Taul holding inquest over culvert Miscellaneous Dullness G 50 II O Lake 5 days as bridge com- body of Robert Beavin Total allowances Music 3550 03 7 50 II A Walker juror at inquest misioner 50 Adjournment II C Lake team 5 days work on Lewis Miller juror at inquest 50 KKrOKT OP RECEIVER 8 35 Eli Taul juror at inquest All teachers and friends of education bridges Ac CO Jno McClellan juror at inquest 50 To the Hon Fiscal court of Breck in the Fourth Congrepsional District are Wm Simmons 1 days work on 1 50 Jack Cnmmings juror at inquest 50 enridga county April term 1897 urged to be present as many topics dis- Â¬ Nob bridge Matthews 1 days work on CO Ueo Wardrlp juror at inquest ine unuersignea receiver 01 taxes cussed will bring out defects in our 1 00 Pat H Keenau for Breckenridge county would respect- bridge erecting bridge Common school system that need legis Â¬ Monroe Marlow house Noyomber 75 00 luuy Buuuiin uu juiiowing report over Tar Fork To balance in hands of receiver election 1890 uso Ac II S Pat Keenan erecting approachers lative attention The indefinite reference 2 00 at date of last report Octo- Â¬ Stum 12 50 to Tar Fork bridge of the new Constitution to the system II A ber 1890 Walker juror in inquest 27 68 H A Walker 15 days bridge and the ambiquity of the language 50 over Sam Owens body 22 50 To amount received from 8 A commissioner Pate 8 B C October 7 refering to its taxing privileges The Sam Jackson juror in inquest Wm M Carwile guarding prison- Â¬ 1800 50 over Sam Owens body 1 50 510 04 ers etc Budden shrinkage of the school fund and To amount received from 8 A J B Jackson juror in inquest Lee T Meyer horse and buggy Â¬ all demand the inthe Book Trust Pate S B O January 10 50 over Sam Owens body 1 50 hire telligent consideration of the teachers tsam Beavin juror in inquest over 1807 S A Pate fees as sheriff and 200 00 To amouut received from Wm Sam Owens body 50 and their co operation in calling upon mileage 15 95 Ahl judg January 20 RN Millerlegal advice to school our legislators for certain enactments Robt Thompson juror in inquest 1897 50 over Sam Owens body 10 00 trustees etc for three years 75 00 vital to the success and perpetuity of the W O Taul juror in inquest over To amount received from Wm Wm Ahl County Judge salary Public Schools of Kentucky Sam Owens body 50 Ahl judge April 5 1807 GOO 00 1897 G D Shellmon fees as jailer 300 10 R N Miller County Attorney J It Asiilock 20 75 Breckenridge Co Urn Ex on 1075 salary 1897 500 00 To amount received from 8 A J It Covle Mrs Dr Kennedy Ex on 1890 Pate S BC April 7 1897 Owen Cuninghamsaary as Clerk W II Siiucio Mrs W G Smart Ex on 1500 100 00 150 00 Fiscal Court 1897 Committee on Program Reuben Reynolds Ex on 1208 R N Miller ofllco rent 1897 30 00 Tom Blain Ex on 030 for 1895 Total on Fiscal Court 878 27 SA rate waiting and 840 for 1890 April 1897 8 00 You get more for your money get fas- Â¬ Jas S Tinius lumber and work 4 days April CREDITS H A Walker justice 1897 ter colors and brighter colors when you 12 00 Vouchor 1 by amount paid G W on bridge COO Beard interest on bond W Jarrettjustlce 4 days April buy Putnam Fadeless Dyes and it takes E E Sutton drugs for paupers 2 10 J 1807 December 24 1890 12 00 50 00 less time to dye and makes less muss Roscoe Eskridge work on jail and Voucher 2 by amouut paid Bertie 1 00 Bion Jolly justice 4 days April Court house and for the same price 10c per package Horace Scott road tools Ac McGary interest on bond 1897 12 00 23 85 Sold by W E Brown Irvlngton December 17 1800 C C Carman justice 4 days Owen Seaton chain carrier on 20 00 April1897 12 00 Voucher 3 by amount paid same road 100 part payment on bond II C Lake justice 4 days April W S Galloway balance on lum- Â¬ The News Keeps lllm Posted December 17 1890 1897 12 00 22 07 ber Cloverport bridge 50 00 Voucher 4 by amount paid L B Heron lumber Cloverport John T McCamish judge Nov- Â¬ Eobt Niagara N Y Nov 12th 1897 A Dbridge Masey interest on bond 2 00 44 00 ember election 18UU Mr Editor The Bkbckenridoe News W V Perklnp work on Clover- Â¬ January 4 1807 T N Dyer judge November 30 00 Dear Sir Allow me space in your 2 00 Voucher 5 by J B Gibson inter Â¬ election 18JO port bridge 55 10 est ou bond January 0 Tom Harrington clerk Novem- Â¬ columns to say that I have become veiy Crawford Beauchamp conveying 1807 115 00 ber election 1800 2 00 much interested in your paper It keeps Thospauper to poor houfo magisÂ¬ 7 00 Voucher 0 by Robert Payne Satterfleld notifying J M Butler sheriff November me well posted in the home affairs It 1 75 interest on bond January election 1896 trate Ac 3 00 seemes Hie a letter from my best friends Hawkins Smith lumber and work 81807 4125 EB Gardner judge November on culvert 4 GO at Bewleyville I have been in the civil election 1890 2 00 Voucher 7 by Mrs 8 A Teaffe interest on bond January Leon Cashman judge November service seventeen months I am enjoy- Â¬ Jas Crawford house November 21 1807 2 00 election 1890 75 00 election JSiMJ ing a soldiers life I have seen quite a Roberts A Co repairing tools Ac Voucher 8 Judith A DeJernette 1 T S Frymire clerk November lot of the Continent since I left my old w liarger lumber lor culvert 4 interest on bond January 2 00 election ISJO Yours Truly Kentucky home 231807 Meredith Drain Lumber for road 0 O Black sheriff November 75 00 3 15 Voucher 0 by M H Beard Wm Ac election 1890 4 02 Wm It Beard Virgil Hardin judgo Novem Â¬ and J Miller bond interest Jno P Morton A Co election on bond February 3 1807 50 00 ber election 1890 2 00 0 50 stencils Ao L L Waggoner judge Novem- Â¬ Voucher 10 by Judith A De Bradley Gilbert Co road certlilc- 0 50 Jernette interest on bond 2 00 cates ber election 1890 M Weatherholt clerk NovemVirgs Hardin coflln medicine Ac 10 00 February 01 807 for Lottie Sipes 20 00 ber election 1890 2 00 Voucher 11 by L T Roberta R S Carter sheriff November interest on bond March 3 Jno P Morton A Co election 1807 2 80 7 00 election 1890 pads Ac 200 00 Â¬ O O Smith whiskey for paupers Voucher 12 by J T Skillman 75 Tlomas J Jolly judge NovemÂ¬ 1810 Dr David White medical atteninterest on bond March 5 ber election 2 00 1897 tion to pauper 8 50 W N Drury judge November 60 00 1890 M Kincheloe 0 months election Dr A 2 00 Voucher 12 by W K Barnes Â¬ Alf Taylor clerk November salary as poor house commisguaruian interest on Dona Mr Lincoln Nelson of Marshfield Mo March 6 1807 sioner election 1890 50 00 2 00 25 00 For six years I have been a writes McCoy sheriff November Dr A M Kincheloe Voucher 14 by Sarah J Gardner pauper SJ election 1890 sufferer from a scrofulous affection of practice Interest on boad March 1 37 60 15 3 48 50 the glands of my neck and all efforts Balance la hand of receiver J R DdHaven judge November of physicians in Washington D C Dr A A Simons medical atten- Â¬ 1897 tion to pauper election 1890 2 00 3 00 49 62 Springfield 111 and St Louis failed to E B Oglcsby judgo November After six Dr A A Simons Ex of Rosa John- Â¬ reduce the enlargement election 189U 2 00 Total son 10 00 my 878 28 months constant treatment here O S Crosson clerk November M EsKRiiciB Receiver of taxes physician urged me to submit to a re- Â¬ J W Hunter repairing road 1 05 tools Ac election 1890 2 00 Attested Owen Cunningham Clerk critical mo moval of the gland At this W V Perkins sheriffNovember Dr A A Simons investigating ment a friend recommended SSS April 7 1897 2 80 dlptheria epidemic election 1800 5 00 and laying aside a deep rooted preju- Â¬ J D Wilson judge November 2 00 dice against all patent medicines 1 be Â¬ Dr L B Moorman drugs for FIGS ANDTHISTLES pauper 17 00 election 1800 2 00 gan its use Before I had used one bot Â¬ Amon Kincheloe drugs for pau- Â¬ John Jennings judge November enlargement began to disappear tle the No right thing is Impossible per election 189U 2 00 33 05 and now it is entirely gone though I am Tho pig would rather have swill thaa J E Black shoriff November not through with my second bottle yet Philip Greenwell pool house keeper 4 75 2 80 rosea election 1800 Had I only used your SSS long ago 1 50 J II Blythe clerk November I would have escaped years of misery Horace Scott shoes for pauper A cats heaven would have to be rail It A Shellman Jr drugs for 2 00 election 1800 and saved over iso of mica pauper 8 CO Ben Miller judge November This experience is like that of all who Marrying for money is an expMiT6 2 00 election 1800 uasweii tsr making u bunks suffer with deep seated blood troubles for jail 0 00 Nathan Board judge November investment The doctors cau do no good and even 1890 2 00 elecUon their resorts to the knife prove either HawkinsSmith lumber for Fisher The man who has a hobby will bridge 50 12 A A Scott clerk November fruitless or fatal S SS is the only election 1890 2 00 lack for oxcroiae real blood remedy it gets at the root of Irvlngton Milling Co paint and The world takes off its bat to Un sun 28 05 8 H Thornhill sheriff Novem Â¬ nails for bridges the disease and forces it out perma Â¬ Everett Jolly for use and benefit nently 3 00 going up the ladder ber election 1 890 Mrs Eliza Jolly work on and F G Parr Judge November SSS guaranteed purely vegetable What tho fox locks la left be feu to painting Fisher bridge 40 00 election 1890 2 00 make np In cussing G A Henilry bolts for Fisher J B Frymire Judge November A large bead may be M eapty m a bridge 50 election 1890 2 00 is a blood remedy for real blood troubles Dan Hook work on Fisher bridge 7 60 Guy E Burch clerk November years birds nest it cures the most obstinate cases of Bion Jolly 6 days as bridge comelection 1890 2 00 Wby be troubled aboat the twM Scrofula Kczema Cancer Rheumatism 7 50 J T Jarboe sheriff November missioner etc which other so called blood reme Witt A Conrad house November a CO that may bqvot happen election 1890 The devil roan wltk laughter wbe dies fall to touch SSS gets at the R W Owen judge November election 1800 2 00 rpot of the disease and forces It out perÂ¬ Mm Dr J E Brown bouse for ottaes election 1800 2 00 profeated CbrlatUuM fly a Valuable books will manently 2 00 J W Howard Judge November Novwaer election 1890 throat Rams Hora aa 1890 be sent free A B Skillman trustee F Wal Â¬ election 2 00 O V Hall to any address dark Vnruilur ters bouM Novwnbw electloa by the Swift 1800 ebcUoa 1 2 00 2 00 Vif Specific Co At- - k lmm T Owm ttMriit Normbr A kj J Hook A 8oa 10 lpivdi wood tor 1 I- Kentucky Breckenridge county Fiscal court Kegular Term April 1897 The following splendid program Las It is ordered by tho court that the fol- Â¬ been arranged by the Committee for the lowing Burrs be and thoy are hereby meeting of the Association to be held nt Hodgenyllle Ky Friday and Saturday allowed and appropriated to tho persons Dee 17th and 18th 1807 Friday morn- - and for the purposes herein named and will bo given up to social enjoyment tho sheriff will pay same out of the to encourage a closer acquaintanceship county lovy for 1807 V M Downs work on road and MBoefc the teachers of the District The 15 00 bridge Association proper will conveno at 1 Ac 2 00 oclock p m in the Kenyon College Jno OCurry hammer handles 1 35 J L Taul work on road tools BaittiB w w Keitn iiouso tor noiuing 200 election Nov 180C AFTERNOON BESION Same houso for holding Court 5 ft Muilc 200 days Invocation Rer 0 C Oierstreet Jacob Meyer house for hold Â¬ Welcome Address Supt C W Wlliiamt 1805 2 00 ing election Nov Response W II Sprfgg Xnrollmtnl 6f Members i d lteport of Committees Louis Warr careing for Annie Slaughter 500 Teaching The Profession ol Professions for use JC Tlrtle Louis Warr ofsame Drury and 500 QE benefit Music medical attention How Should the Teacheti General Knowledge Dr Walker 1 50 Annlo Saoghter Compare With That ol Other Profes Dennett merchandise sions J APayne Drury 2 65 j Annie Slaughter s cnnu Discussion a T II Carlton and O K Holbert O Vf Kasey repairing bridge 15 00 Calisthenics In the Public Schools f lenry A Norris fuse Ac on road 0 52 Mis W II Sprigg OIayMrribr-inaterM--an- u Discussion It II Caloes and Willis RIggs Nelson 5 00 auAVmtg culvert Music 3 50 Paul Johnson nauper coflln fcssenlial conditions of Emcltncvtffutil W Starks boards for Itoeetta bchoois I if i 4 C5 bridge JiriTinMiniT irrr w xlwanl HT Lay W Starks for same for use Ac man and It II Sjwrrier 12 75 AlfTaylor Music W Starks for same for use Ac NK1HT BeBSIOK 0 75 C O Smith Music 7 oclock Jan Mitcham covering same for Supt E H Mark of Louisville Ky Address 12 22 use Ac A Taylor Muilc 5 00 Alf Taylor nails Ac for bridge Eph Board repairs on bridge uso Recitation Mrs It II Cherry 150 of Howling Green Ky AcA Taylor T N McGIothlan conveying pris Â¬ Music 5 00 oners to jail Adjournment T N McGIothlan pauper coflln SATURDAY MORNING SESSION 4 00 Thos Hayden Music Invocation Her 11 K 1 lagan O C Burnett bouse November Â¬ For the Mccltni of Fourth District EtfeartloiMl Association of State Kentucky Clonnie Dellavon two barrels of W B Gardner fees as deputy sheriff F P Payne fees as deputy shoriff Robt Lockard nutine un 2 slca boards J E Greer putting up 4 sign boards Morris Eskridee salary as recelv- er of taxes 1890 KoBcooEekrldee 2 days as com missioner II A Walker 1 day as commiss ioner Lee Bosloy Ex on 1502 year 1890 tu uavis woric on roau sc Sam Pate delivering poll books lew election C L Pate delivering poll books 895 election R Sl Skillman costs in case No limo t Wayman Furroir removing driit from bridges W 8 Galloway caring for pauper C D Payne trustee for Jno Hibbs Jno W Jarrett bridge commissioner Ac i wi innmnn iinnua ins iiiiii wiuo uwD Â¬ -- 2083 L R Adkinson Judgr November election 1890l ou E II Miller jtidgi November GO 34 election 1890 24 55 Jas Crawford clerk November election 1890 2 00 G P Mosley sheriff November election 1890 4 00 W E Dockery Judge November r lection 1890 125 00 W T Cannon Judg November election ibw 5 00 F K Rhodes clerk November election 1890 3 50 Jno P Garnor sheriff Novem- Â¬ ber election 1890 3 75 Jno P Haswell Jr judge Nov ember election 1890 400 Mike Miller judge November election 1890 400 Wm M Hensley clerk Novem ber election 1800 15 05 N Taul sheriff Novemcer election 1890 2 50 L Fisher judgo November 11 00 electloa 1800 B Parish judge November 2 05 electfon 1090 O Clemmonp clerk NeVem- 25 25 A Mrs E A Buoks Recovery 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 80 2 00 2 00 2 00 Prom Sevore Norvotis Prostration The Simple Melhhd Which Wrought a Per maacnt Cure In Her Case 3 20 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 2 00 aoooptod Of ciurso 2JI0 Priest pauper ctillos L Matthews work on Tate mill bridge S Galloway W repairing ap- Â¬ proach to bridgo Jno B Bates lumber on road T L Smith blacksmlthing Julius Dutschke lumber on road cost painting Falls Lafe Green 4 JJ Wm Eli Pile lumber and nails on road mtl KIHM-h- -u u 3 01 15 00 10 50 jjwTrriToifr t i v - P I 8 50 24 81 2 00 7 78 25 00 Jno of Rough bridge P Haswell Jr ss agent Aetna Ins Co insurance R A Shellman judge Novem ber election 1800 M L Kincheloe judgo Novem- Â¬ ber election 1800 Frank Haswell clerk November election 1800 J O Rilpy sheriff November election 1890 Matt Shrewsberry judge Nov Â¬ ember election 1800 Frank Dellavon judge NovemÂ¬ ber election 1800 Thos II Withers clerk Novem- Â¬ ber election 1890 J W Wright sheriff Novem Â¬ ber election 1800 8 J Park judge November election 1890 A M Hardin judge November election 1890 B A Parks clork November election 1800 J V St Olair sheriff November election 18fl0 II O Drane judge November election 1800 J H Butler judge November election 1800 J II Comer clerk November election 1800 II O Garner sheriff November election 1890 J M Mullen judge November election 1890 R P Pate judge November election 189G W B Taul Jr clerk November election 1890 J B Jackson sheriff November election itim - Blprtlnn WWVXWKf INim WW nuvemoer certainly Cavendish Is an 2 00 undisputed authority in England Are you acquainted with him 3 15 asked Work No I havo not that pleasure 2 00 whon Well replied Mr Work you do becomo acquainted with him 2 00 you will find that his namo is Jones and bis opinion is diametrically opposed to 2 00 yours Brooklyn Eaglo Xe Bead as Ho Ate Washingtons many lunch houses a regular customer is a mtddlo 2 00 agod man of gaunt staturo with n slight mustacho a long beaked noso and 2 00 a pair of eyeglasses that bear tho stamp of a street peddler At lunch hour this 2 00 man may bo seen seated at ono of tho dimo 2 00 tables holding in his band a lurid novol Absorbed in tho thrilling inci- 2 00 2 00 Wh Why Mayjl ask his name - replied tho Englishman answered In ono of nB EXTRICATED HIS DIGITS FROM TIIWASTUT dents that nro contained within tho cov Â¬ ers of such litorature he sits for an hour or moro paying but littlo heed to tho victuals beforo him Ono day recently tho novol fiend was intensely interested in an especially lurid huod novel His eyes would glit Â¬ ter with excitement at times and ngain a scowl would overshadow his brow as somo book villain of deep dyo would do a dastardly deed Suddenly ho laugh Â¬ ed aloud in merriment and slammed his fist down on tho table in tho exuberance of his glee It happened that a largo pioco of plo was on tho table just where his fist landed Tho rather odd dilemma brought tho man back to mundano things and amid bursts of laughter from bis tablo companions ho oxtricated bis digits from tho pastry and with tho aid of an improvised finger bowl in the shapo of a largo tumbler of water ho succeeded in again assuming bis normal condition with perfectly clean hands Nothing daunted ho continued to read and occasionally to oat Washington Post Beware Â¬ Cupid Ends a Kentucky FouJ Said a Kentucky traveling salesman in speaking of Kentucky feuds and a mar riago that bod been roportod as ending one a fow years since I saw a marriago throo weeks ago in a North Carolina crossroads villago that ended what I understand has been a bloody fond between two old families I was told by a customor of ours that ono man on each Bide had been killed during tho trouble which camo up over a division fence But a truce was patch ed up last spring and sinco that time tho son of ono of tho fond leaders and tho daughter of another havo boon a koopln company with each other1 This friendship ripened into a lovo match which culminated in the wed ding The participants in tho feudal fights that had lived to enjoy tho moun tain scenery wero at tho marriago Cu Â¬ pid has dono in this instance that which bloody midnight raids assassinations pitched battles tho slug stored shotgun and tho razor edged bowio knifo have failed to do Loulsvillo Post Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Oi the Knife Â¬ The Pickpocket Got Hold of a Snake Ex Representative Harvey Horner of Sumner county is a snake tamor and usually carries around with him in his pocket a live bull snake with which he makes lots of fun A pickpocket touch ed Horner nt tho circus at Wichita re cently and happeued to get his haqd into the pocket whoro thd suako was kept Tho Bhock made him scream and Horner hold him until tho polico ar Â¬ rived Kansas City Times Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Thore has been more or less talk of late about the benefits of gymnasium work for girls and women Thero is no doubt that their physical condition can be greatly Improved by systematic exercises And it is certain that many stand in sore need of such Im piovement Tbo great wearineis nervousness poor sleep inability to walk far without tiring bearing down feeling headache and backache cold feet and spinal tender ness all theso are symptoms that affect a largo proportion of women Tho seneo of exhaustion Is a remark Â¬ able one the woman is always tired she passes tbo day tired bIio goes to bed tired and she wakes up tired qften in- Â¬ American Forests Dlsappetvrhiir deed more tired than when sho fell A statistician computes that in C9 asleep She sighs a great deal and her years tinio thero will not bo a single arms and legs tremble or fall asleep so trco in this country Each year it takes frf tjuently that she fears palsy or paraly- Â¬ COO 000 acres of timbor to supply sleep sis ers for tbo railways But few havo opportunities for physi THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE clal culture and they give up hope and thoy give up hope and suffer silently and sadly Into the darkness 6f thoir Lung Treablcs and ComHimpflea Can be Cured sorrow comes a gleam of brightness from the experience of Mrs E A Buck of An Eminent New York Chemist awl Scien Â¬ Lynn Mass Sho writes tial Dfakes a Free Offer te Our long time I was on tho verge of For a Readers norvous prostration and general debility was so I could not walk any distance I Tho distinguished New York chemist without a terrible palpitation of tho heart and a dizzy faint feeling Nothing helped T A Slocum demonstrating his discov Â¬ ery of a rellablo and absolute cure for mo until I used Painoa celery compound A few bottles of that remarkable medi- Consumption pulmonary Tuberculosis and all bronchial throat lung and cine made me feel liko another woman I now do my own housework sleep well chest diseases stubborn coughs catarrhal have a good appetite and can walk a affections general decline and weakness long distance without having to rest at lots of flesh and all conditions of wast Â¬ all I only hope that this testimony tf ing away will BendTHRSEFREEBOT- mine will induce some poor nervous TLES all different of his New Dlecov- wornout fiiend to uso this compound eries to any afflicted reader of the Bbbck ENMiftiK Nkws writing for them and bo cured His New Scientific Treatment baa Why should there bo suffering and sickness among women when there is cured thousands permanently by its timely use and he It a simple this scientific common senso remedy professional duty toconsiders humanity suffering Painea celery compound that cures to donate a trial of his infallible cure Science daily develops new wonders If you do not need it yourself speak of it to some weak and nervous woman and this great chemist patiently experi Â¬ menting for years has produced results and tell her that at last there is relief as beneficial to humanity as can be for nervous ills claimed by any modern genius His as- Â¬ sertion that lung troubles and consump- Â¬ tion are curable in any climate is proven by heartfelt lettere of gratitude filed KNOWING TOURIST THE in his A lerican and European laborator- Â¬ ies in thousands from those cured in all And the Inrormatlon He Gets From the parts of the world Good Natured Native Medical experts concede that bron- Â¬ A person whom the tourist always chial cheat and lung troubles lead te meets is the good natured man who is Cousumption which uninterrupted ready to supply any amount of informa Â¬ means speedy and certain death Simply wrlto to T A Slocum M 0 tion all of which is inaccurato Ho dis courses volubly to tho pcoplo about him 03 Pine street New York giving poet averring for instance that Mount office and express address and the freeÂ¬ medicine Adams is ten feet higher than Mount ers should will be promptly sent Suffer his tako instant Washington that all tho water for tho generous proposition advantage of Summit Houeo is pumped up from tho Please tell the Doctor that you saw baso of the mountain by a hydraulio his offer In the Breckenbidoe News peak is as high abovo ram that Pikes tbo timber lino as Mount Washington Inconvenient is altogether and so on James Payn recalls Ono of theso njen of vast and varied misinformation was encountered by a and romantia he agreed Wltb a friend to ascend Holvellyn from Thirlmere to correspondent of tho Boston Transcript sco tho sun rise Tho gnido called them be- Â¬ on board tho steamer which piles tween Boston and Plymouth Ho was as it seemed to Mr Payn in the mid engaged in assuring a lady passenger dlo of tho night and ho quite agreedÂ¬ that tho old ships which sho saw at with his friend when tho lattor persua Â¬ tho Worlds fair at Chicago wero not sively asked tho guide who was expa those in which tho pilgrims camo to tiating on tho beauties of the dawn Dontyou think that tho sunset would Plymouth but tho very ones in which This reealls Columbus expedition discovered Amer- Â¬ bo almost as beautiful tho undergraduate who when rebuked ica Â¬ But just what was tho Mayflower by tho dean of the collcgo for not comBat 7 any Â¬ ing to morning chapel roplied Was she liko asked tho lady oclock is such an inconvenient hour thing like this steamer wdro on 1 dont exactly know answered sir If it wore 4 or even 0 one could All Im sit up for it tho cncyclopodio gentleman euro of is that she was a sido whcclcrl The Umlt This story reminds Tho Freo Press of You aro a nlco littlo boy said the Plymouth of somo of tho historical in kindly old gentleman at tho hotel formation which the people of tho pil Â¬ Thank you said Tommio grim town get from excursionists on Hayo you any littlo brothers their streota An oxamplo was this re Â¬ - ycssaidTommioIvogotbroth mark dolivored ruminatingly by ono ers to burn but Im rather short oa tourist to abothcr on thoir way down papas Wo ve only got ono Harpers to tho boat Bazar I suppose that Pocahontas and Cap- Â¬ tain John Smith bavo walked up und Buoklens Arnica Salve down this streot a hundred timosl The Best Salve in the world for Cute The climax ofnisiuformation is euro 8orea Ulcers Salt Rheum Fe Â¬ ly capped by another excursionist at Bruisest Tetter Chapped ver Sores Hands Chil Â¬ Plymouth who had got Intoa discus sion with still another over tho qucstiou blains Corns and all Skin Eruptions and postively cures Piles or no pay re-Â¬ of who discovered America It was Georgo Washington of quired It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or lfionoy refunded Price courso said tho second mjin Not nt all answered tho other 25 cents per box For Sale by Short It was William Tell Haynos Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tho bladder was created for ono pur Â¬ pose namely a receptacle for urine and assuchjtis not liable to any forrt of disease except by ono or two ways The first way is from imperfect actfoa l t4t kiduoys The second way 1 from eat less local treatment of other diseases SAMPISHBNT FMEE Unhealthy urle from HBbealthy kid Â¬ neys is the chief cate et bladder twW It is comforting to know tbat Dr Kil Â¬ mers Swamp Root fulfills every wish in quickly curing bladder and urlaary irew bles It corrects frcquont calk Inability to hold utino and scalding or BtiaglHf pain in passing it or bad effects follow- Â¬ ing the use of liquor wino 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 Kllssrs Swamp Boot Is soon to be realised It stands the highest for its wonderful cares of tho most distressing cases If you need a medicine you should have the beet At druj gsts fifty cent and one dollar You may have a sample bottle and pamphlot both sent free by mall Mention the Bhkckenridob Nkws and eond your address to Dr Kilmer Co NY Tho proprietors of this paper guarantee tho genuineness of this offer i ifi o tbaj9l4bg Â¬ Â¬ msirirarijr TROUSERS V i Hasnt Anybody Lloked Him TetF A man in Paris finds a profitablo busi ness in collecting bad debts by stopping at tho debtors with a wagon around Â¬ PANTS w 3 jr Mr tbo top of whioh are theso words This bvggy only stops in front of tbo bouses of people who will not pay tlioir debts Everybody and particularly business people dread this mans buggy so much that they pay promptly New York Tribune BREECHES ail them what you will w have with- Â¬ out doubt the choicest line thats to b found anywhere in the city Lots of thc All kinds For the roughest work or the swellest dress The low prices we ask made our business the ucee It it i - A Real Blood Remedy wlMyM take Boats IW TlwblgoM teaid ugar oetted pUto which tear 550a allte me No Cripe ae bo m 1 ur who Jiooa a Â¬ lt eb gm V Fll OAMTOK1JL rrr mta vw ttotioft 8 00 1 tT 40E Md mi y to operate U truo M Hoods PIUv whlcli are up to dt In every respect laJe eerteln and sure All Co Lowell Mass I Uc dntnalsts gsa Ttse only Jim to inks with Howls Bawapartlla Hoods Pills a Cora la Mlling at 40 oeati per boaliel hhuw ie GEO YEAKEL A CO i Brandenburg Ky iBtbtti