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Digital page images are linked to the text file. saAftSLv- w- mH m ENRIDGE NEWS ALLTHR NEWS THATS KIT TO PRINT CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 8 1897 s iJ P J 7 T WIT- - - i WffiBriXLL CUBAN NO 21 CONDENSED S Colleetlea McKINLEYS MESSAGE To Congress by The BELLIGERENCY Speaker Reed Holds the Key To A Ycry Unique Document Sent DILEMMA OF THE PRESIDENT President It Ignores he dreat Bulk of Matters Usually Treated of In Presidents Messages And Is Confined to Foreign Rela- - announced at tho Whlto House upon tho return of tho president that Governor John W Qtiggs of Now Jersoy has beon tendered and has ac Â¬ cepted the office of attorney general of tho United States which will bo vacated by tho nomination of Attornoy General McKctiua to bo associate justice of tho supreme court It has not been settled when Governor Griggs shall nssumo his now office but it is probable that the date vill be about tho beginning of the now year eTjrTvjSorpBBj22v THE CABINET till Appolatmsnt Ofllalally AnnonneaJ Trom the While Homo Washington Deo 6 It was officially IN QRIQ03 Wtiy Centrws Is Dl posed to bb Mare Csmrvallve Meklnleys Hobby AwlIHIs Disinclination to Vetoes SBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBx FHIFND3 OF CUBA ARE STILL HOPEFUL Special The to come to tlio front in congress pretty soon Notwith Â¬ standing tho recommendation of tho presi dent In his message thnt this country should Walt a reasonable time to soo Wlmt tho effoot Is to bo of Spnlns new policy In tho Island a largo number of senators and representatives think congress should toko some action without further dolny Tho dostro of tho Insurgent leaders In this country Is that congress rocogntzo tho bol llgeroncy of Cuba All tho lnfluonoo they possess Is to bo brought to bear far tho purposo of bringing about such recognition at this session of congress Thoy hopo to suoccod Already a resolution recogniz ing belligerency is pending In tho house having passed tho senate As to whothor or not It will ba taken up and discussed In tho houso and bo allowed to como to a vote depends altogether upon tho attltudo of ono man Speaker Reed Hoed on the Safety Valve Last session Speaker Itocd sat on tho safety valvo so to speak through sovoral long and trying months IIo resisted all tho offortsof the friends of Cuba to forco action Ills Justification was that congress had boon callod togothor for a special pur pose Tho administration was just in of Â¬ fice and had had no tlmo to look Into tho Cuban question and to determine Its pol icy In thnt direction It Is obvious these arguments wll not hold good now If tho speaker concludes It to bo his duty to stand between tho houso and action concerning Cuba ho must haro sotno new means of justifying himself Thcso may bo found and tho situation thus bo hold substantial- Â¬ ly whoro It Is Nor Is It at all unlikely that tho houso Itself will bo more conservative than It was lost spring and tho scnuto as well Tho conditions havo changed MostYncn will agree that slnco tho adjournment of congress a greater measure of prosperity has como to tho peoplo of tho United States Thoro aro fower unemployed men and women than there wero a year ago Thcoutlook Is more hopeful Unquestion- Â¬ ably the temper of tho peoplo has changed Vhcn things to somo extent as to Cuba wore about as dark as they could bo In this country thoy thought a little troublo over Cuba certainly could not mako tho picture any inoro somber Any change might bo a cbango for tho hotter But now that tho situation is much Jmprovod they say they wont to hold what they have gained If prosperity is hero or Is coming thoy do not want it stricken down by a war or a rumor of war Without doubt this lino of roasonlng has had Its effect upon tho peoplo and upon tho peoples rep resentatives In congress So far I cannot discover among tho senators and ropresont atlyos any fierce dcslro to rush to Cubas aid Belligerency Claims Tho best argument In favor of a recognition of the belligerency of Cuba Is thut It is a matter wholly within tho rights of the United Statos Whothor or not a stato of war shall bo officially recognized In a foreign country Is for a nation to determine solely wth refcronco to its own in terests That there is war in Cuba and has been war for a long tlmo no ono will dony If the United States chooses to say so and to govern itself accordingly It Is tho right of tho United States and tho ao tlon is not a causa for offonsoor complaint on tho part of Spain Tho truo Inwardness of tlia dcslro op the part of the Insurgents friends In this country for recognition of bclllgerenoy was given mo today by a man who Is fa miliar with all the facts If wo rccognUe belllgcroncy said he It will not of itself change tho relations between tho United Statos and Spain Peace will reign as before that Is until orno foolish or ovorzcalous Spanish naval officer exceeds his authority or makes a bad blunder and solzes an American ship on the high seas and carries the crow off Then thoro will to a Spanish dungeon be an uproar Tho peoplo will demand that this sort of thing bo stopped This Is precisely what the trlonds of Cuba are counting on Thoy reckon that with a state of war officially recognized It will Rot bo long before Spain soterlously offends the American peoplo In her oxurclso of tho right of search upon tho ocean which she does not now possess that war Will follow Tbo Presidents Views President MoKlnley docs not want to Jaco tho question of belligerency IIo much prefers tha congress do not pass any resolution to that effect and send It to him for his signature The president would not like to veto such a resolution nor yot would ho lke to sign It If he adopted tho Utter course as Is probable ho would fear If ho vetoed It tho for tho consequences Mottle who aro frlondly to Cuba would say m was tbe enemy of liberty Om of President MoKlnleys hobbles l peassful relations between the oxeoutlvo Mm congress He wants harmony IIo gam of his way to tell senators and mewibsts of congress that It- - is his great clsts to have amicable relations and oo 8sMow bwtwecntho two ends of the av mm as we say In Washington Hothlnka congress sfcottkt defer to htm on tho Cuban He points out In his messago question that a good deal has already been accom pltetod Tbe Spanish hat heeded tho do mumU of this government They have re vswssd their policy In order to satisfy pith lb oftesosi In this country They have fMssl sit AsosrVean prisoners If the Span ish do et swusse In restoring peace In Cuba the Iftfssewea Is very plain that the Whs the tlmo comes piwsfctMt will ad msanwhita countess should keep ksMdsoff Cuba knowing the flsiss dsatn of the pessldent for haruionl W wIMtoas with the national legislature asd hh dJsteoUaation to veto a measure passed by that body believe be will sign a resolution recognising belligerency If the san only push one through the house They pronilM to bring the question to the So ws may make n front at an early day np our wind to have another Cuban dla Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tlons And The Currency WAsmNQToy Dec 7 Cuban-- question Is suro Question ar LV1 I l - ft SfL Both houses of congress met at 110011 today and after tho usual opening ceremonies committees wora appointed to wait upon the president and inform him that thoy wero ready to transact business Upon their return tho presidents messago was read and then both houses ad journed for tho day The main features of tho message is as follows The messago is mainly devotod to tho subjects of onr foreign relations and tho currency problotns It is unique in 0110 respeot in that it ignores tho groat bulk of matters usually constituting the dc partmentnl portions of presl nual messages Thero is sea erenco to tho subject matter Hnnl aovikj eP iuq nhlnn Atuila u UUUi iauuvv dent s pnrposo being to call only to the more important affairs of government For this reason the postal savings project of the postmaster gen Â¬ eral is not discussed in tho message Tho currency plank is in tho main an incorporation of tho views submitted by Secretary Gago though as to details the president leaves himself freedom of aotion by not taking any position with i eferemo to several font nros of tho secretarys plans while in dorsing its main object A strong presentation of tho Hawaii- Â¬ an question Is made and congress is urged to take immediate action by ratification of the treaty of annexation This part of tho messago strongly do picts tho necessity for making tho isl land part of the domains of the United States and roviows advantages that would acouro to tho country by its pos- Â¬ Dec 0 Â¬ Â¬ Washington iljiif coveixoh antoos Governor John William Griggs was born in Newton Sussex county N J July 10 1840 He was graduated from Lafayette college in 186S and became a law student in tho office of Hon Robert Hamilton at Nowton In 1871 he re ived to Paterson where he entered lato Socrates Tuttle hat year own account He was elected to the assembly in 1875 and was re elected two years later In the latter year the houso was equally divided and he be crtmo leader on the Republican side this brought him forward He was renominated fcr another term but was defeated He was elected counsel for tho board of frco holders of Passaio county and city counsel of Paterson which office he hold nntil 1882 when he was eloctcd to tho stato senate He was ro elected stato senator and became president of the senate in 1880 He was delegato atUarge to the Republican national convention in 1888 In 1805 Governor Werts of New Jersoy offered Mr Griggs n place on the supreme court bench of that stato which Griggs declined to accept Next year he was elected governor of New Jersoy His wifo was Miss L Elizabeth Trice of Cleveland Ho has two sous and four daughters Â¬ Â¬ tt Hires lefOM Killed and n Number la ejsjsj Jared Near Detroit Dkthoit Deo 0 Two suburban cars carrying 20 passengers and running at a speed of to miles an hour collided on the Detroit nnd Oakland Elcctrio rail road at 1 oclock Saturday afternoon The result was that three men were inThe Condition of Many Cubans stantly killed and a score of persons injured 10 of thorn seriouily is Most Deplorable The dead are John Savage superintendent of the road Charles L Whitehead motorman Sickness And Starvation on Every John Kelly of Detroit book agent The injured are Side Those Still Alive Seem Frank McIIugh motorman leg broken and internally injured te be Doomed Louis Harueck seriously bruised and internally injured Mrs John Doty of Pontlao two rib broken and otherwise injured Aged mother of Mrs John Doty of OTHER CUBAN NEWS Pontlao badly crashed and leg broken John F Madden of Leonard legs and arms badly braised Peter Hempel of Detroit holo cat in 0 TJie GiucAao Deo Records leg and face cut Washington special from W E Curtis Mrs E H Smith of Detroit legs and layst Tho latest information from face badly braised Cuba represents the distress as terrible Warner Goodale of Lapeer soveroly The state department tho Spanish le- bruised Mrs Warner Goodalo face cut and gation and the marine hospital servioo body badly bruised have official reports from their rcspco A E live sources all of the same tenor A county Robertson of Walnut Oakland leg badly movement is on foot for an appeal to Shoulder bruised out hand crnshod aud tho charitable peoplo of the United John Rtegel of Pontlao compound States It will have tho full sanction fracture of leg andencouragement of the administra A half dozen other were more or less tion and will bo encouraged by the cut by broken glass and bruised According to tho sohcdnle a car Spanish minister who has asked his government to suspend the collection of leaves each end Detroit aud Pontiac every duties on contributions from this conn along hour and there are three sidings the road Saturday the cars wore try and admit them free behind tlmo The one bound south General Blanco will welcomomatoritl ward for Detroit had passed an outhelp from the United States in reliev- bound car at the switch two miles from ing tho distress which ho finds to be bo Pontlao the crew apparently being ig yond his expectation when ho began to norant of the feet that another outundo the work of Woylor The state bound car was npproacliMig them less department will co opcrato in every than two miles distant although it Is way possible to mako otfective whatever claimed that they should have known be undertaken by tlie citizens of it from orders sent from Birmingham Jans for making use of The weather was foggy and the rails o distrib- - slippery from tho sleet which had been Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TERRIBLE DISTRESS WRECK OF TnOLLEY CARS MRS MKINLEY DYING The Aged Atother of the President Stricken With Â¬ KKWi Tar of lateretUat Item 0C0 cue Subjects KeyeoJally Prepare Tar the Hatty Header Qas has been struck at Paolt Ind All the blast furnaces In the Mahoning valley are now running Clio Merrtmaa has broken her fathers will at Columbia City Ind gets f 15 aa Paralysis Became Unconscious And Has Re- Â¬ Indianapolis People boring for a well near Stanford Ky discovered an underground lake 60 mained so Ever Since feet below the surface The definite treaty of peace between the subllras porta and Qreecs was signed In Pieildent Comes From Washington Butls Constantinople Saturday The Chicago Pipe Line Natural Qas company has gobbled up all the little comNot Recognized by Hit panies about Kokomo Ind Aged Mother Farmer MoNcaly opposite Galllpolls O became suddenly Insane fired his hou a and was badly burned Eighteen wild Big Four cars ran five Oaxtov O Deo C At an early miles at Sellefontalne O Another freight hour Thursday morning Mrs Nancy train switched to prevent a wreck In Troy towmhlp Delaware county O Alllion McKinloy the venerable mother of tho president was strickon with a rat hunt with 100 men and boys on a Â¬ tide paralysis and her death Is believed to dentsresulted In the killing of 60000 robe only a question of a short time Not A deed executed by Polk 60 unco Mrs MoKlnley was stricken has yeart ago to Ebal TetcrPresident aores ad for 160 there been a favorablo feature in her Joining Tipton Ind has just been recondition That the attack would ulticorded mately end in death was the first fear Joseph II Burknm near Lawrenceburg of the family on discovering her illness Ind Is charged with perjury by George and the consultations of tho attending Lowe growing out of litigation over the physicians have tended to confirm this sals of corn John McCafferty Rots eounty O belief Every effort is being made to render the patient comfortable and farmer U believed to have died of yellow fever In the south lie has not been heard what will doubtless prove to be her i from for months illness as free from suffering as pos Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Reports from 41 out of 49 childrens homes In Ohio shows 9604 boy and 7458 girl Inmates A Pythian Castls association with IW0 080 capital stock has been Incorporated at il Â¬ Â¬ a4 Â¬ Htsfvtndcof 4Mstea this wttov tion to tho recent troud of affairs on the island refers to tho schomo Of autonomy just offered by Spain and after rcoitiug other developments in tho situ AGED FARJMSiLBPaBED atipnt reaches tho virtual conclusion that existing circumstances do not war All Mnnneti of Tortnr Itrtorted to by tlia Tlirea Mntkcd Ilobbara rant interference in tba affairs of tho island Akron O Deo 4 John Hartong Considerable attontion is paid to the an cccentrio character aged 87 yours question of reciprocity negotiations with living alono near Greentown this ooaa various countries in Europe Special ty was robbed of 700 shortly before Commissioner Kassou has been working midnight Thursday Threo masked on this subject for somo time and the men forced entrance assaulted him messago deU with somo of tho devel Â¬ opments of negotiations already had brnised and gagged him and foroed him to reveal its hiding place The old nnd oxpresses the hope of the administration to secure satisfactory results in min received a severe cut on tho head After getting the money the men the future The policy of the adminis--tratio- n went to tho barn stole tho horeo nnd on this subject is outlined and citing French champagnes as an illus- Â¬ carriage and mado their escape Hartration tho point is made that if special tong was found yesterday morning in concessions aro givon nny foreign prod- Â¬ helpless condition and nearly dead A ucts tho United States must be given P06B0 is in pursuit of the robbers equal treatment by reciprocal concesTaken to tha rcnltentlary sions Newport Ky Deo 4 George The Alaskan problem is discussed at Melner and some length and a plea is made for con- Â¬ Greer Frank alias Dad gressional legislation including tho ex- Duke Croxson thq three convicted as tension of the operation of the publio sailants of Mrs Thomas Gleason senland lnws and tho granting of rights of tenced to SO years imprisonment each way for roads by which nil parts of and Terrell lirlgman convicted of kill ing Brakoman Johnson of the Ohesa the country may be mado more acces peako and Ohio and sentenced to 14 sible years were taken to the Kentuokypen WILL NOT AID LUETGERT itentiary at Frankfort yesterday They rrufeiaor Lone JlcCutee to Give Expert will be assigned to work in tho shoe shop Tutlmony at the Second Trial Chicaio Boo 0 Tho defense in tho Lived 113 Ycart Lnctgcrt case is likoly to be greatly Washington Deo 8 Mrs Matilda hampered in tho matter of ox pert testi- Delilah Shields a grand daughter of mony Professor John H Long of tho Richard Henry Potomax an Indian Northwestern university has practically chief died here aged 118 years She refused to havo any connection with leaves one son and two daughters 80 grandchildren and 35 great grandchiltho present trial v For his servloos on tho former trial dren Mrs Shields has lived in this lo-Â¬ life Professor Long was paid 300 In his cality nearly all her hardy and it is constituinherited tho researches ho spent much more than thoughther udian ancestors tion of this sum According to tho attorneys for tho defense there is no money avail Murder Over a Game of Cant able to recompense him for any futther Somerset Ky Deo 4 In a dispute services Owing to his college duties over a game of cards last night be Â¬ now Professor Long does not feel that Henry Olay Barton and John lie would be warranted it is said In tween Smi h was killed Tho trouble neglecting work for which he is paid in Smith occurred at the home of Mao Smith ou tho in erest of other persons Lnetgert will tako tho witness stand the Gumbo laud river in Wayne coun-to and tell his story regarding tho disap ty Both men concerned belong Bprton highly respectable families pearance of his wifo on May 1 At Tho country ii torney Harmon for tho defense decided made his escape on tills couro lost night Luetgert was aroused Caught Is tbe Knvas very desirous of testifying at tho first trial nnd th- - refusal of liis counsel to Lima O Doo 8 Wijlam Beeler a allow i wa probably tho chief canw youug man while engaged in operat Â¬ for tho latter withdrawal from tke ing a steam power corn hasker got his case left band caught in the knives His ANONYMOUS THREAT hand wes completely cat into shred and was held in the machine for half A Scheme tnu Hitoit Money Greatly an Hour before the engine coald be stopAlarm Farmer His arm had to be amputated Newtoa ped Quixgif 0 EKo betweeu tha wrist and elbow one of tke wealthy and Wilkonson City WorUhoma widely kuown farmers ot Legau ceaa Richmond Ky Deo 4 The eity ty livlug near this pJaW yesterday morulng found th following Me un Â¬ workhouse was completely gutted by The loss is aVoeit 14000 fire yesterday der bis door Wo are sitting 0 yew sssshir R P Foxs livery stable the largest in city would have been Isaaos doorstep penning thee Hea tbe the heroic efforts of theburned bat are departfor Wo are out o money and we ynA y ment A horse was burned belonging to AVe want yo to shell out 4 to he liveryman S200 at tho big stono in the Held your houeo ami if yon mark owe dollar Warahouie ttwrned of tho mouny we wUl MimrderyesHrself The warehouse Deo PlTWaXJKii and family and if yo do not leave the if jlwiltw De Long Se Company hair money we will bwrm your boose and fM and eavpot Huiug manufacturers on barn Allegheny This is supposed to have eotua from OotMord by sit yesterday Thewas ie loss is Are tho incendiaries who hare bmrned at asiuatod at 190000 insarrd Tha county least 30 fin hank Immu In t wtgiaof th ire U a mystery within the past six months If Us an tjioritles are suooeeufnl in tfasir efforts M Cms Marrt4 a to catch the parties notbiaf qm pmeut JoHu Blanch ntTM O Doo a lynohluf aud Mrs lUrnww M a Bowman widow of MyviUo Ky not lor th Tb pstiXNM who diatwbad th ooegt tfm vssiecdaVy sA th boas of Kition lagt flooda are reaimtsd to omU alUad nod wr marrtod hut on tb dragaut and gat 1 oottM f roiyi night g Honey ana woicn aiwaji M A B Fisher Oloverport 5 R A ShaUmao Gordoo 8tephasport UtVm FakavUU K A- - Witt HanUaa-Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ session As to Cuba the messages call atten- Â¬ revocation of Weylers info1 centration order thero can be such dls tress now This official of the United States writes Tho situation on this island has reached a point where it is impossible to see what can bo done to help tho un happy peoplo and to savo tho majority of them from speedy death It looks as if the greater part of the present generation was doomed to find its way quick ly to the other world no matter what may be done now Perhaps no peoplo oau endure more hardship than tho rural population of Cuba Thby havo learned by lifelong experience to etidnro privations They have learned to bo content with littlo When Woylcrs bandos drove them into tho towns what did they And to subsist upon Nothing at all They kept lifo in thorn by what thoy could R through charity and by occasional expeditious at -- the risk of being murdered by guerrillas The weak the women and the children failed first aud most of tho deaths were among them Now However the wholo body of roconcentrados is in a larokea down condition Thoso who wero strong when concentration began aro not ablo to work A state of utter helplessness prevails Those who sur vive the 150000 who have actually perished seem to bo doomed If they are sent back to their farms they will die by tens of thousands Tho Spanish troops and the insurgents have alternately ravaged tho field confiscating and destroying If they are sent out from the towns these rcconccntrados will find nothing to cat They will have no shelter because the houses were almost universally destroyed They havo no tools with which to build the shanty which would bo the Even first step toward rehabilitation the machetes which every Cuban formerly carried for all manner of purposes ou tho faim were taken away from them by Weylers order If these paciflcos were tho men that Weylcr found them when he depopulated the provinces they might manage to subsiBt and in time to reconstruct their homes But they are not They are wastod and broken by tho terrible years of starva tion Strength has departed Spirit is broken Anemia is claiming thou sands Only that food and care which theso people are not likoly to get could restore them to health Wevlers ao cursed work continues after his depart ure Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lar officers maki The paralysis when it first appeared was not of a serious form and seemed only to have affected her vocal chords She was ablo to walk from her own bed chamber to that of her daughter Miss Helen MoKlnley to give the first ssWWsKisssaViiftuLArne near a gravol pit intimation of tho attack and at that ana time teemed to be in possession of all fJWiajafjsjMnpnasMgyiqntiao her mental and physical faculties bat tf5RI5 tcrward a change was noticed iiajNtasUamsne same into a The cars were driven fumimmmmmm other and crashed to pieces Die company omciais are investigat ing as to the responsibility of the dis reached liero rrlrKjsnsMatsjsrfsnnM McKinloy did not recognizeaster Tho Detroit Birmingham and Pontlao romalned until Saturday afternoon when he returned to Washington to atroad Is a f eparuto suburban euterpriso tend the opening of congress He will Its cars enfr the city over the Wood return here tomorrow accompanied by ward avenue street car lne bu wife Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ sible Mrs Mary Dlggtns body was found to petrified when her remains were ex humed tor transfer tc s new cemetery at Hartford City Ind The Central City Oil and Or company drilling for oil south of Central City V Va struck gas and Central City will ba lighted with It Immediately The Short Llns railway Is fighting rep res ntatlves of the Baltimore and Ohio In the courts at Clarksburg W Va to over come obstruction In the way of exten sions b Â¬ Â¬ BBPmsW5 JV SPANISH ACKNOWLEDGE DISTRESS 8Mr Htal Forty Tliouiand Coucantradot Starving la the Irovlnee of Ilnar del Itlo Havana Deo 0 Senor Canaljas the special commissioner of the Spanish has returned here from his visit to the proviuco of Pinar del Rio Ho says there are in the provlco 40000 con Peasants gathered in from centrados the country in the towns for protection from the insargonts or to prevent them from joining the enemy and that they are all in want Of this number 10000 are orphans and the majority aro children of tender years Tho commissioner adds that the con At centrados aro badly distributed Pinar del Rio the capital for instance thero are only 800 of these anfortanato peoplo while at towns liko Oonsolaciou and Candolarla there are over 4000 0 sufferers The municipal authorities of snoh places the commissioner says are without resources and thereforp unable to do anytliiug to relieve the destitu tion Â¬ Â¬ or Torceswtsky convicted on Monday ol tho murder of William Galdensnppo was yesterday sentenced to be electrocuted in the week beginning Jan 10 1808 Thorn listened when sentenced without moving a muscle and when the Fireman J O Bieber and Head Braks judge had finished he inclined his head man S B Planck were on the engine slightly forward as If bowing to the when sho let go The prisoners lawyer then court Fireman Bieber was shoveling coal handed np an affidavit applying for an Into the firebox when the crown sheet appeal Justice Maddox took the alii blew out and he was hurled a distance davit and will pass on It later Thorn of 00 feet Into a field aud was badly was then led to the jail below burned and scalded and can not re After a consultation with Judges cover Maddox and Smith District Attorney Tho engine wa3 thrown ever on her Youngs has decided it is said to acside and Engineer Doolittle was pinned cept a plea of manslaughter in the first under the debris but was soon rescued degree for Mrs Nack the accomplico of He was badly cut aud bruised on his Martin Thorn In tho murder of Willeft sido liam Galdensnppo The extreme pen Brakoman Planck was braised and alty for this degree of orime is 20 years cat bat will recover imprisonment with a commutation of The injured men wero taken to seven years and soven months Huntington Ind MINERS SCALE UNSETTLED Four freight cars were derailed and piled np in the wreckage Traffio ou A Conference May lie Held Chrhtraai the road was blocked until 11 oclock Week to Settle It CHILD BURNED TO DEATH The coal Columbus O Deo 4 10 Trjlng- to Save Her Little Sitter Seh miners and operators are not agreed nor aro the two sides agreed among llerteir Caught Fire Slluvan IndvDco 4 Two little their own members at to whether the girls the daughters of the late George wago scale for 1805 whioh is to be mads this month is tc be made by the minOopeland wore burned one fatally ers national convention and operators eight miles west of this place yesterday The children were living with their or merely by agreement boiween repre grandmother both of their parents sentatives of minors and representative having died within the last eight of operators Probably thero will be a conference of months While Mrs Copeland was out of tbo operators with the national executive board of miners Christmas week and room tho clothing of tho referred to the girl caught fire from tho crate and in an agreement reached miners annual meeting in Jaun her eflorts to extinguish the flames the ary for approval of the dress of her sister caught agreement which ended Inst sum Â¬ The lire and she died before relief could bo ono still mer s strike seems to be lame in a proTho younger afforded vision for a new scale lingers but there is no hopo tor her re Tbe conference will probably be held coery in Pittsburg LOCOMOTIVE BOILER EXPLODES Three Men on the Knglne Wluo the Oil Hter Occurred Lima O Dec 4 The boiler of the locomotive 011 second section of east bound freight train No 81 of the Chi cago and Erie road exploded at the train was pulling through Westminster station sixmjej gast of hero yesterday DooMttle morning Engineer SLAVERS OF GULDENSUPPE Thorn Sentenced to Death and Mrs Nack to Get Twenty Year New York Deo 4 Martin Thorn Â¬ JH Â¬ Lee y eager t uust tally shot by his hunting compswWfcVtVScSriv Daniel Shankaller Ths shooting was ao- tfippl cldentAt Nellie Conway wai held up In the To- Â¬ ledo postofllce and rpbbed of money and valuables to the value of 175 Jauiss Campbell has been arrested Mm Kate McPhersou 61 of Ontario ttreet Cleveland took morphine when a friend In jest ai she suppos id offered a vial saying It wai poison ShVi died Willis and Sam Uurkhart who live on Cumberland mountain were burned to death In a firs that destroyed their house Two children were badly burned probably fatally Town Marshal Qeorge Jones of Hind man Ky hot and killed W S Hays durtng s quarrel over a relatives bond He hit lather Lewis Hays and brother A S Hays are In jail While working onthe new town hall at Bourbon Ind several men were badly Injured by falling from a broken scaffold Sam Kyle whose skull was crushed aud Aaron Zebley whose back Is said to be broken will probably dlo Â¬ Â¬ umiMKtnvKv Â¬ Failures has been appointed for the Harmon Cold Roofing company of Raven Â¬ na O The clothing store of Jerry Oppenhelm of Lebanon Ind has been closed by creditors Daniel Vogel of Chicago is a preferred creditor to the extent of 5CO0 Cincinnati and St Louis jobbers are cred10000 ited for large amounts Assets A receiver Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ liablllttes unknown Benjamin II Child and Edward O Huxley have been appointed permanent receivers of the Kent Sc Stanley company manufacturing jewelers of limited Providence R I and New York upon the petition of the supreme court of tha Rhode Island National bank a creditor for 32830 At the hearing It was stated that the company owed 11800000 and was hopelessly Insolvent The THE MARKETS ItevleiT ol Â¬ lv wt srod A4 Coal Gener a Lee has informed the stato depart meat that the insurgent in Cuba eleot ed aud installed at Yaza in Porto Prin cipe oa Oct 20 the following officers t President Bartolo Masso vioopresi eVeut Domingo Moadoa Capote secra tary of war Jose B Ataman secretary of the treasury Earaisto Font Stear Hug stctetiryof foreign affairs An drea Moreno de la Torro secretary of th interior Manuel B Sllvs general-ia-ekie- f Gomse lieutenant Maxim general Calixto Garoia Â¬ Â¬ PRESIDENT OF Somes II Oeaarat-la-ChlMaximo Army Washington Deo 0 MASSO CUBA ol th the Ilalderi Ky Deo 4 State In- Â¬ IlhdS spector Lester who was sent by tho fcoia Offerings governor to investigate tlie tollgate 609 Rejections 1507 troubles in Jessamine comity returned Actual sales 1100 yesterday and made his report to tho Receipts offerings ranged fol Tn prloe on the 7S U 1153 1U 75as Cw9 sinking fund commssioners Mr Leslows i t0iU 37H ter says the people of that section are 75 hS9 95 28 ilOtSU 75 X7S 1SH 35 60 043 05 800 MC5 05 4b3 afraid to ask for guards fearing that 037 77 per The li010 hhds otferutl averaged Id property two tho raiders will barn their 100 Ibl against ft 85 for 135 hhds should they do so days i0tH the previous week and fi 3 The fiscal court of the county prom Â¬ for vfiS9 hhds the corresponding week In ises at their next mooting to lease tha 1890 roads from their owners The commis- Â¬ Vlttaburgsioners are now considering the advisa 00 Cattlu Prlme H 7501 Sfi fair of to 4 50 bulls stags nnd cow t3 0083 tio bility untilsending troops takenguard the roads lhat action is Hogt Pilme light f3 4533 60 heavy Sheep f3 1083 15 rough 11 15403 85 fair 503 Choice 10t8565 choiceJ Iambs 75 comAfter luarmg some friends continually 3 7533 608 mon fl 50687 00 5 fc5 veul calves praising Chamberlains Colic Cholera Clnclauatl and Diarrhoea Remedy Curtis Fleck of Wheat ttfljWMo Corn 25337Ko Cat Â¬ Anaheim California purchased a bottle l 00451 35 fair to tleSelected butchers common 12 003 of it for Ins own nee and is now m en Â¬ medium ti 7643 75 S 75 Hogs SeU cted and tirline butcher thusiastic over Its wonderful work as 93 83418 33 common 13 8503 tOi picklmr people can ho Tlie 25 and 60 cent sixn sheep U 50 85 and rough II BE 60 lambs 13 7t5 60 for sale by A II Fisher Oloverport and lluifalo v R A Shellman Stepheneport Cattle Choice to prime U 6031 00 futr Clnelunatl lotmcoo Market the Oraln and Llvettock Mar Â¬ ket For December b TOLLGATE TROUBLES Feoplc Afraid to Aik For Guards Fearing Fkankfoot Â¬ Â¬ Fires Hamburg American Steamship companys grain elevator Columbia at Hobokun N J burned to the waters edge causing a loss of f 15000 She had been towed into midstream and the pros Â¬ pects of extinguishing the firs were good when the boilers burst scattering burn ing coal to all parts of ths lighter Fire destroyed a row of two story wooden business blooks at 830 and Ii9 South Main street Akron O ani owned by Colonel A L Conger and 8 N Wilson The entire loss will bo about 120000 and the Insurance about 5000 Jaraes Jackson and Mrs Rebecca Hardgrove who bad apartments In the second floor escaped In their night clothes and both suffered severs Injuries by falling down Â¬ stairs Â¬ Â¬ Not Keeponalble Clara Which college did Coolly attend Eva I dont know But It Isnt th liult of tho college Brooklyn Life - Â¬ 1 1 tt vJ pT dB ssi V ssjrvsBgsjs 20ST - of MMiih troops will b required for Cuba th present f otes being recorded M safflotsut to suppress thiusnrro lon bttoK h rainy sen son bat ins 1 airsy CaateV OisarMtsadlobMs Nlf MM BUT bUvd Cab N Xra MatttforMWeats MAtvaio Deo 8 According to a dis patch feooivad km from Havana it l Â¬ 10 common i 10 j 75 to good M Hogs Yorkers 13 60413 65 mixed paok 13 7533 00 3 1033 0 common ers Sheep Prime It eOeSI 75 cults to com uont3 6C1 75 lambs H 508 J 75 Chicago 3 1603 4S Selected butchers Hoes 45 Cattle Nutlvs steers mixed H 11 1615 16 most sales U 1605 00 cowl M and bulls ll 763 40 bWp l Si SS Apply UrtothSBoetrils ItleaakklvsUoroed cents St DftursWe or or nail eaaaplee lee bv malL XL HHOTUKK8 M Wrr St New York City XIVr8 CRKAM RAUC ts saeriM C43-J0l-S-a-- l6a Going to Build or Repair writ MCM lambs that M further reluforeemeats KtwTwk Cattkf4 0C5 00 8nis lambs MeJW fi 75415 05 o6i 1 H C4 habit sure niahaa NBL AftnrwrlttM IUmm ilk krakosd In var pacuauoain or tb grip Boo4 sfempwllin DM wowMrlal trBSP-rv- - Louisville Ky ForPricM on Lumber Doors Sash nnd Blinds Shingl They Steel Roofing save you money will J R Will Co Ail drawM iatpovw -- E- - T 1 ana n ft 11 f 1 I ft T OW FOR FUN BEaSBEElEJSEJSEE M NOW FOR PLEASURE COME AND SEE ZF -- WONDERLAND 11 i L r y i j From every clime from every nation What a display You have never seen before such a massing of childhood happiness than you will see New mechanical toys for the children Useful articles for the older ones To the many from the world over this year Dainty Come while the display thousand readers of this paper and everybody else we extend a hearty welcome to come and see WONDERLAND goods That wonderful touch of Come while the display is thickest Come and see wonderland in all its bright is brightest art that makes our store beam with brightness has made it more attractivethaneteflthiliveariMigQmiuidliee VUSfdHHOUtluWafllJlMIMI Bric-a-bracs goifjoMft M CI dUXk iii FOR GIRLS Wont - rw1- At j x it -- iy p -- A f - rXVv jiJrgS5 3l - j -- dren down through the vast display and see what we can find for the little girls Well hello heres a real little sewing machine Aint it cute Look here children at the dolls See the bisque ones with real curly hair look at the big ones over yonder aint they nice Well well come look at these stoves aint they cute Here are some cute little pianos just like big sis- Â¬ ter has Doll Buggies that will be nice to wheel dolly in Here are some nice Trunks to keep dolly clothes in and do children come and look at the stacks of Story Books and Games Well whats the use to go any farther girls we can find all the pretty toys we want in the Wonderland iff rm old Santa make thelittle girls happy this year What a lot of toys he has left at our store Let 8 take a stroll chil- Â¬ rssss Sl31N - - f Now is the time boys to make your selection of what you want Old Santa to bring you We have a lot of good things this year Magic Lanterns to start a show Get one of our Printing Presses and make money printing cards Then how would you like a Kocky Horse or a much gentler steed a Shoo Fly Then you smaller boj s we have Guns and Drums to play soldier with guns that shoot 250 times without reloading them Pistols that shoot peas Wagons and carts Steamy Engines Climbing Monkeys and Bugs Fire En Â¬ gines Toy and Keal Watches Masks to scare peo- Â¬ ple with whiskers and other kinds So many things we have we cant mention Just come to -- FOR BOYS WONDERLAND and see ART NOVELTIES Our line is TOILET SETS In Plush and in Cclu loid Comb Cases Man- Â¬ far greater than any previous year Medalion Pictures Art Gems Mirrors of all kinds Pin Tray handy Jittle novelties for the dresser Photo Frames in gilt silver and celluloid Jewelry Cases Ring Trays Fancy Pin Cushions of all kinds Come to Wonderland icure Sets of all kinds Cuff and Collar Uoxcs Comb Cases Neck Tie and Glove Cases A splendid goods line of this Come to WONDERLAND CHIN AWARE be an awful task to un dertake to tell all about this line Pret- Â¬ ty designs in Delph such as Lamps Berry Bowls Oat Meals Salads and It would s1tfjfl8ht find we have been amply The quaint people of the rising Sun have been toiling in their work shops making toys for Wonderland Our agents have been busy vJ gathering pretty novelties Mall all summer while you were fighting flies and trying to keep cool The results of their long and tedious hunt you will AWAY IN FAR JAPAN pw rewarded j Vases Then see the pretty Cake by these ourious Jljjgj plates Fruit and Berry Sets cute lit- COME AND COMff AND tie pitchers of all kinds New ideas SEE EE WONDERLAND WONDEKLANP and colors in Glassware of all kinds x Gems of sparkling brightness such as sel From twag Um now on until the 24th day of December this will be a Ohriataaa atore From three Oomtiaauta expert buyer bare aam greatest display ever exhibited in this olty The world has been moving and as it moved along w have beam biuey f4Nf a in dom come to a town of this size irwii t Come stocicin the countrynot an exageration but just as advertised Tou will find everything just aaraprpmaw hi e W0JMMnLjlf0b Tl 0a4a Taken and see the display at the COMS AND 3KB Cat of and I grandest selection ever Quaint designs in Cups and Pitchers dainty Vases ju tmmn f by having the assembled under our roof Saucers Ourious shaped Lots of pretty thing made people forgotten in the pretty DolU Wool Knjt Dolli Little Obimee Rollere OnrUi Swingi Vagpns Aubber Bih Rattiere of all what yon can find kinds Oome Has toyaxxQt been - JEtubber BABY ad Of fOIMUID ii 0 wonperland OTTT T7WOKL C Delivered at bny tme wantc exit iS L IS TMWIMMaaMMMlMaallMMMMaaMaMaBBMMaMMHBaiHnmHBMMHi SSilWS Lust year the tiepulitl lcans carried the district by d530 In this election tho Republicans pulled through by tho bare majority ot 80 not Democratic gain of 6C99 Similar gains for free silver in every Congestion nl district would make every State in the TJnlon Democratic froo stiver man 1 SR5SrK1K There BKFCKEHRIDGE -- NEWS 6 1897 s4i a WEDNESDAY DECEMBER Mother Checker Pie tie LP Neighbors MartMfl KS4r0 County is 4VtVfc4V9 M Something In the Mad Slant mEJC xtwr7C7MrVk 8 HM LOCAL -- Yu kentak eibmt ytr hlfslattn dlrners an UTHCKW1JE hap- - L It An ytr banquets an yer luncheons what are served op to the rich Where n eat er stuff In crurset and tocltse the vt welttia stan That whet jou finish op h lard tolell where- - yon began i Elfzabethtown and Hon D It Murray here attending court From the EllsabethtownKtws of Cloverport TAR FORK Our littte town is Improving The weather is very chaogeblo at Patridges are worth 1 per dozen Tho children are already getting visiting friends Nearly every body in Etlzabethtown mother used to make I can look back to that little couotrjr vOUge long who Is able has taken water except some of the councllmon How happy thin Ve yougtttn at the tint hint son of Mr Carl D thj fall of mow Fur we knew the Chrlstmst teaion twas a big James Lewis died last Thursday morning time tout then with the measles Wat nrar at hand and all the h ki would temble Mr John Scott ot Sonora and Miss once agin Wed gather round the taMe long and supplication Elvira Thompson of Knob Lick Mot calfa county were married last week at make For a piece ot that dear ol chicken pie that mother the residence of the brides mother used to make 1rof J O Oardwell who formerly On the morning of that happy dir how early we taught at Vino Grove is negotiating to would rite An work like beavers all of us a thlnkln of those establish a high echo il at L itcbfleld in pics connection with the public sjhool An father he wcolJs atta fiie In the little par Jcpbo j Talbott this county will read lor store To hare tverythlnjr In readiness when the folks a paper at the meeting of the Kentucky they did arrore State Horticultural Society at Jefferson An mo her oer the Utchcn file nntil her back did town Dec 7th and 8th on the suhjoct of ache Would work In fixing up those things that only handling fruits she could make Typhoid fever has been prevailing in Oh I them dajs were the hirpiest J hires nothln the vicinity of Titte Point for some Ume like em new and there has been a number Of deaths Fur when we meet Its different Its changed Mr Kobt T Wooldridge lost two sons about somehow with the disease Dave a grown yourg My wife she cooks as good a stuff a any one would ask rnuu and Robert about fight years of An she goes abcut I too at It It wasnt any age three-yoar-old Â¬ Id rather alt at h me and frtra the flatter take A hunk of the good ol chicken pie that my Fur me Mr Bon Clftrkson and sister Miss Llllie Clarkson of Big Sprlrgi are here task But ofalt the dainties the prearta theres none I row can take The place ol that ood ol chicken pie that my mother used to make The city folks ate many like mine Altho when In society shine too whose ftetins are they like lo cut a Mr J Helm Marriott of this county is on tho program to read a paper at the Kentucky Swine Breeders Association which meets in Louisville D c 14th and 16th His Buhject is What Figs Should the Breeder sell for Breeding Purposes Fouiteen new telephones bare been way people aro using the telephones they must be a g cat convenience and a pleasure and considering tho small amount charged for the rout of them everyone ought to have one If we can have the conven- Â¬ iences of a city why lets have them Sheriff Taber sent a check to the Slate Auditor Wedneslay for 12000 tho full amount ot the Slate tax for Hardin coun- Â¬ ty This is Mr Tab Vs last settlement with the State as ho goes out of the Sheriffs filce Jan 1 In the four years he has held the office he has never failed to settle iu full with tho State on the first day of December Prospective candidates for Attorney General are numerous The following well known lawyers have been mention Judge Craddoclr ot Ilaeselville Chapeze Wathen of Owensboro Geo Fulton of Bardstown Frank Peak of LaG range Chas Bronston of Lexington and Judge Robt Breckenridge of Danville The boys down in tho valley are having a good deal of fun just now at the expense of Rod Watfield He is feeding about 1000 bead of Georgia cattle and they say they have had to rustle so bard for a living down South that they can climb like cats Rod put them in a lot with a straw rick and the next morning ho was astonished to fiad sixteen of them on tho top of tho rick sitting down on their hunches and making noises very much like wild cats It is practically settled that Hon D H Smith will have no opposition in bis party for re election to Congress Hon D K Murray who would have been his most formidable competitor has decided that it has been a universal custom to endorse a Congressman with a stood term that Mr Smith is entitled to this courtesy so he will not be a candidate this time Rev J M Bruce baa tenderrd his resignation as pastor of the Baptist church in Elizabetbtown to take effect Jan 1 to accept an editoral position on the new Baptist paper the Argus The church hero aud the community as well regrets to givo up Mr Brucn as he is generally beloved and universally re- Â¬ spected He is one of the best scholars in the Baptist church aud his breadth ot thought and charity of opinion eminent ly fit him for the editorial tripod of a church paper The Hardin county farmers are always up to snuff and thoy have bought this year about 40000 worth ot cotton seed meal aud hulls to fatten cattle on Tuis is probably more than alt the rest ot the State buys bocauie tho Hardin county farmers always lead the procession and be has caught on to something that the other farmers of the State have yit to learn to wit cotton seed meal dollar for dollar will put up 90 pounds to a steer in 30 days while corn cant make over 30 Eyery feeder who uses cotton seed meal gains from tho same investment tor feed iu corn 30 pounds per month cm each steer The rest of the farmers ia the state will catch on after awhile fc At dlnne sand recetlont big they want to pose askings And find fault with the luxuries thtt the weary waiter brings tluttbeleire In fact IM bet theyd Rive most any stake To hare a piece of the chicken pie that their moth- ets used to make HALT DENTON AtantaCo stitutlon put in and judging by the What It Meant if F V- - When we adveriiso that wo will guarantee Dr Kings New Decovfry Electric Bitters Bucklene Arnica Salve or Dr Kings New Life Pills it means that we are authorized by tbo proprietors to sell Uu 89 remedies on a positive guarantee that if purchaser is not satis Â¬ fied with results we will refund the purchase price These medicines have beeniold on this guarantee for many years and there could be no more con- Â¬ clusive evidence of their great merit Ask about them and give them a trial Sold at Short Haynea Drug Store - i- Grain Harvertfor 1897 From the Atlanta Cunsltutlon The importance of this country as a grain producer is strikingly set forth in the statistics of the present years abun Â¬ Selecting five of our dant harvest cereal product viz corn wheat oats rye and barley it appears that the total yield of these products for the year 1807 aggregates not less than 3200052000 bushels This amount is divided among the var Â¬ ious products in the following manner Corn 1897280000 bushels wheat 392 000000 bushels oats 722704000 bushels barley 60050000 bushels and rye 27418 000 bushels Of course these figures are not given out as absolutely accurate but aa most of the returns have already come in the verified etatlstlcs are not apt to differ widely irom the result above indicated As compared with last years figures covering thtse same products there ap Â¬ pears to bo something of a shortage in the present years harvest due mainly to the fallute of corn crop This crop from the returns at hand seems to be abort of last yeard by nearly 400000000 bushels the total corn for 1890 being 2283870105 bushels against only 1897 280000 bushels for the crop of 1807 Thte shorlag 1 in the pit sent years corn crop Is partially supplied by the onoi bjqim yield of wheat the crop for 1897 aggregating 402000000 bushels against 427000000 bushels for the crop of 1890 According to these figures the wheat crop for the present year is 03000000 bushels In excess of last years crop An Â¬ other increase of some 1 5000000 bushels is noted in this years crop of oats Alto- Â¬ gether the grain harvest of 1897 is not as large as in former years but Its present magnitude nevertheless sufll clea to show the very importance which attaches to the agricultural resources of this country Aa the United States is a great produc- Â¬ er ot cereals it follows also that she is a great exporter of ceioala Europe as largely dependent upon us for bread tufts and consequently most ot our ce real exports find their way into the Eu repaaa saarkat After pwsiBg a wrltlea examisatloB at tbe eteae of bird month the follow isg Iadea were made by the various pupil present Arthur AVer 03 Willie H Grada V Cox 92 Flottwre Kiddie 88 Mary 83 Ralph Ammo MtelwM 87 AauMtdM present The school at this place is piorets ing nicely Scott Morton is thinking ot moving to coop Daviets county Christmas goods are dally coming into Lash Hinton was the guest of Miss Wheatly Sunday town Wait awhile and you can get ripo Ed Hook went to HardlnBburg Wed Â¬ NOT NECESSARY icyclea nesday to visit his parenie Advertising is more effective during Mies Ada Brickey of Balltown is dull seasons visiting Mrs J B Rtco this week The pumpkin crops a failure and the Qllto a crowd attended the danco at pie comes high Mrs Beavlns on Thanksgiving day Walter Smart has returned to remain James Maxwell went to Glendeane to The Cattle of Arbela visit his sister Mm Jesse Powell Sun Â¬ untill January 1st Arbelo which gavo its nomo to the day Get your tkates in order and leave third great battlo between Alexander T II Chancellor and Willie Mason your bikes until next spring and Darius is a town In tho Turkish wero the guests ot Misses Alma and The Government employes at Wash Â¬ villayet ot Kurdistan on tho caravan routo betweon Bagdad and Mosul about Nannie GofT Sunday ington over 0000 women as clerks 40 miles southeast ot tho latter city Vannah Misses Minnie Meadow Spare ribs and back bones are what Tho battlo howovcr was not really Abounds nowhere else but hero Its a present and the Overton and Flora Milburn wero the the farmers enjoy for breakfast now fought at Arbela but at n placo 80 variety you aro after Thats whnt you see hero Rcmovo guests of Misses Nettie Mannie and Uongamela The wiJe awake farmer has ills wood Â¬ miles dlstaut then called that sad feeling by heariog our Music Box that wo will givo Jessie Seaton Thanksgiving day They shed filled and likewise his meat house now Karnielis away Well tell you about it all report a pleasant time The Str Cloverport was inspected Fri Â¬ Our pastor Rev J D Duncan filled day and found to be in first class con- Â¬ market Celebrated Green River Whisky bis appoiutment at Cave spring Satur Â¬ dition SOLE AGENTS day and Sunday A protracted meeting Louisville Ky Nov 8 1897 Jack Frost tho detective and Yellow will begin the fourth Sunday in DecemForget not Tho PUREST and BEST for medicinal use met j Yellofy Jck ber Our pastor and Rev Rutledge of Jack the murderer that wo aro Santa Claus for tho children Shippers should mark all packages plainly surrendered will hold the meeting I Chicken robber still continues Now with shippers name and pott offloe addrtn Joverporl November 23 Mr Charlie GOUGH Ky NEVITT BUTTJCR and then you can hear of a gentleman Moliie Hanking of Ohio fowls 14 18 Choice counWjr county The wedding took place at or two being relieved of their 0 0 Medlom There are a few who have the Klon- Â¬ Creamery Owensboro they came to his home - JO JJ The evening was spent dike fever in this town By spring Wednesday KQQS very pleasantly by the following who youll hear of them getting ready to Fresh II VEATQKRB were present Mr and Mrs T Batep start 31 Prime white gooie Mr and Mrs Mildurn Mr and Mrs J Mrs T W Geor of Carlinvllle III 20 Mixed B Rce and Mr Weather ford Mitses arrived last week to remain with her Old 30 00 and Jessie Ryan Minnie Meadow sister Mrs W G Smart for several No 1 duok Nettle Vannah Overton Sallle Weatherford weeks POULTRY liens Kattie Newby and Flora Milburn bi Burglars were in this vicinity last Springper lb 5 4 0 Chickens per tt Messrs T H and N Chancellor Frank they did nei week and fortunately u im a per ip ROCKPORT IND aejeamaillMBaaWbcaaitt Mnm Laab and Tom Hinton Tom and Fritz anybody for a great sum AjeVfJfJI 3H0U Tabellng James and Robert Milburn line tuero is no town bo outm II An iiwi Jor Tins Saw Repairing III 1 II HJII etnailll fftitVllaf AA Ivson Bates Gabo Taul Pixey Ryan and I Cloverport OucCoinplnint in 4ttttuMfW Floyd Lancaster Tho bride is a promi- Â¬ IrThero are twenty five candidates for Kwe5t4VterefliilSi 5 HIByLrf nent lady of Ohio county while the F From clahlfherTT iailer in Hardin county to fill tho unex Nary store I to 6 busbel Kt gThM HIT a4AM Sfhbel Mttidss ailttraDeans per groom is of this county who has many pired term of Joseph Sweets deceased wofWi TljoaaTwatwtaatfeWi el ROOTS friends who wish them happimssand 2 J52 40 W In all county elections there siems to Ginseng TyJfcteSyJaWHi others IlammerlnR lnrgeeJfeetar mm success 31 Sentoa Snake be a mania for thlsofllce U is our specialty and bhwb tfiatothw Pink 3D Only one time in the year do people Yellow The Discovery of the Day have failed on If you want satisfaction 6 Wild dinger on work and prices we guarantee it Aug J Bogel the leading druggist of practice deception and of course if It Ladj Slipper ft Ad drees 0 m Dr Kings New wasnt for custom sake this would not May Apple Shreveport La says H Discovery is the only thing that cures be done This huppens about Christmas Blood FIELD SEEDS my cough and it is the best seller I time and the little urchlnB are kept in Timothy per bushel 140 Rockport Ind darkness that there is no Santa Glaus Clorer per bushel 3 SO have J F Campbell merchant of 2 0 Dr Kings New When the child becomes old onough to Crimson Clorer per bushel Safford Ariz wiites 45 Red Top pel bushel Discovery Is all that is claimed tor It it know then the past pleasure of his or Orchard Grass per bushel 130 is Blue Qran fanoy pr bushel 85 never fails and is a sure cure tor Con- Â¬ life in the existence of Santa Claus WITH bushel Blue sumption Congbs and Colds I cannot a total destruction Ho or she look back OnionOratt extra perper bushel 000 Seta Yellow state of affilis Dr Kings and wonder how this - White say enough for its merits 0 00 CO BIDES New Discovery for Consumption Coughs could be told them iNCoaroaATiDj Merchants should not get discouraged Green sood and Colds is not an experiment It has Dry Salt good 313 310 Chnpcl Street net Main and Market and 2 1 0 220 Tenth Street SUM been tried for a quarter of a century over the Black in trade Two weeks pre- Â¬ Dry flint good 50 LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY and to day stands at the head It never vious to Christmas trade usually drops Sheep sklni WOOL disappoints Regular siz 50 cents and off considerable from the fact most per- Â¬ I3S Tub washed to 1 00 per bottle Short Haynes Drug sons bgin to save for their holiday pur- Â¬ Qreate fine 16 116 14 Wear that utual smile and Burry chases gists Four Months Storngo Tree Independent Warehouse Black when the first day of tho New Year rolls TJurrj and Cots Mnrk your hogshends BUCKNER TOBACCO WAREHOUSE 1 10 around It will be quite different We MISCELLANEOUS The New England Meeting- - Hooee m predict it will be one of the best busi- Â¬ Tallow Tho Now England meeting housowas Beeswax all on generally a square wooden box but It ness months Iu the year 80 give Sorghum Molasses FLOUR showed excellent tasto in tho dotail of ot your patrons a smile and things will fi 15 its slmplo ornamentation It is tho the Â¬ come around all right Never allow nigh Krade patent 6 SO ory of some thoughtful architects that diecoursgement to confront you but be Straight Patent 4 80 among tho early colonial immigrants to the opposite Treat your customers Low Grades OOKN wero men considerably nbovo tho abil- Â¬ politely and it will win in the course of No i Mixed at store 57H ity of ordinary carpenters In thoso time If you dont they get that feeling No J White MM was apt to bo both OATS days tho architect to call at your store No J Whit 34 designer and builder and it was not in of indisposition when net given an encouraging welcome No 3 n WE ard prepared to do all kinds of dental work at this country until very modern time 33 that the line was at all clearly drawn Theres our genial accomodating and No J Mixed OaU reasonable prices Crown and Bridge work n special Â¬ 31 No 3 between tho architect who designed and clover friend J Allen Armstrout of ty Havo your teeth filled while tho cavities are small and WHEAT superintended in the interests of his Rockport Ind who is doing the duty of No 3 Long Berry 85 il save a big bill We will be at Irvington on Wednesday and 95 client and so became a professional man cashier for tho Farmers Deposit Bank Nu 2 Red Thursday alter the fourth Monday of eacli month 03 and the builder who took a contraot to in Brandenburg He is highly connect- Â¬ No 3 KYK executo tho work and make what ho HARDIN WILDER Brandenburg Ky 50 could out of it and remained a business ed in Rockport and before accepting the No 3 Western ONIONS man It ia beliovod that tho excellent latter position held down come of the 1 753 00 tasto and judgment of these men among most responsible and imrotant county Per barrel BACON tho colonists mado themselves felt in offices in Spencer county While his con- Â¬ A tho tasto of tho ornamentation in what nection with the Bank people has Shoulders 6 wo call colonial architecture Thoy had been short yet he has made friends by Clear rib tide 11 M simss OH 1 no originality in the general design of the score and is proving to be a worthy Clear aidetleree Lard In ix4ti buildings because their oxperienco had constantly gains pat- Â¬ nover included that but they know how man and one who He has for ronage for his employers to carry out to perfection details of tho William B Bigolow in his atBlstant young Eugene Fountalne ensemble who has by perservanco and close at- Â¬ Scrlbuors tention to business won for himself a During a third of a century has never failed to drive out widespread reputation all blood impurities You cant head offrpare tlbafor break Â¬ fast Your business must bo kept before the people Havo you got a lock on the chicken Tite Ltltue Coimiy Herald Bays 4 Et cry now and then you hear 6f a fol Â¬ low who has been bitten by a mad dog going to a mad elonb to get the poison taken out of him and you read Jn the papers of people who have been delivered from death from rabies by reason of a cure being t fleeted by the mad stone yet doctors havo the audacity to Bay that there is no more tfllcacy in the mad stone than there Is in a rabbits foot and a year or two ago the LiRuo county doc tors poked fun at our Fiscal Court for allowing a man 10 for applying tho mad stone to a fellow who was bitten by a mad dog They may bo right in theory but wo have the facts on them now Tho Gloegow Times bajs that last week a mad dog was killed on tho streets of Glasgow after it had bit the Itg off a mule The mule gave Indications of rabies and its owner decided to try the virtues of the mad stone Tho stone was applied five times to the end of the mutes tall and he is now apparently as convalescent as usual Now then ttoatato CURtCOHSTIPATIOrl m CATHARTIC J2S50 T I 10 Lura3mvMMH9flma T Caaeartt are Hrt Id IRQilT of Ua4 flDOUbUltilil 1WIDIMTRR11 UUAMniiSiSUtithaerertaeraTipebatraseeatraataralreeaH Baat4 J pie and booklet free 14 BTKRMNO RKXKDT CO Chiracs HoatrtaU CanerBw Tort ltt llill te er MlP case eaaetiuHoa DWrMtSTI all CONSIDERATION i fflii CHRISTMAS 1QC1 7 The Child should be pleased ouce a year SANTA CLAUS wmm item Â¬ Brandenburg ROCKPORT SAW WORKS WIAJ84 I bftSiWKM 9a HPJ7 EMS v29 HH IfillPlllB J jXSSk BtimsitWl5BFiW Son Rockport Saw Works A Dutschke BUCKNER TOBACCO WAREHOUSE 1 Special Attention Given Private Sales sammmmmmmmmmmmmmtnK 1 DENTISTRY 1 1 -- mi iu in ai iu u u in m ia in liuuuuu 2 WINTtrlSMITHS TheINFLUENGE sounding through all 1 Our Pretty Girl Printer of the Mother shapes the course of unborn generations goes ages and enters the confines of Eternity With what care there fore should the Expectant Moth- Â¬ er be guarded and how great the effort be to ward off dancer and Louisville rosL The Time Tested Certain cure for scrofula pimples bolls In fact the time tested spring medicine Sold by druggists and mercnants everywhere the u Editor Babbage ol the Cloverport News one of the leveleat beaded news- Â¬ paper men in tho lVunyrile has the most of his type set by female printerp who are energetic and always set clean sticks Always Find SARSAPAR1LLA DR MENDENF ALLS IMPROVED M Bikil82 Mary Caafaaaa78 Myrna Cashsaa Etel Cart 78 WllHHtilain74 Qrov r Severs 78 ElTa Btusdy 70 Grade lV AllleeBWdlW Victor A4j7i CoraMcCnbblnf72 Mattle OU- y- 71- - Ida A tor 70 fewta H -- Bl Hope Cart 88 Ktete Pot Severe 82 Xtte Caaaacan 61 Bitkllif 79 Enet Crt 81 i 78 Oitaa I Juola Chayeetab 89 Ia katsafcugUaB 87 GaoaaaSdwardgtHil apaM W8tiar 8tf Vm Seven 4 Artamr BfeaaaaU Waiter CaaU There is ao long r any question that some of the large flouring mills are adult Â¬ erating their fl Jur by putting In it a conÂ¬ siderable portion of com weal and there by making a baadeesse ftoiL This ia unfair to the consumer aad Wo will in time effect the price f wheat Tue Kentucky Legislature should peas an act requiring mills whj put anal ia their fl jut to so brand their barrel HonTT R McBaath the populsr Cir cuit Judge of this district has a moat remarkable coustitution Hh is aearly if not quite sixty year old never had a spell of sickness and ia M straight M aa arrow and m active as a boy He sever wore aa ovtreeat hi hie life nor aay uu dejrwear nor km he ever towebfd a drop of intoxicating liquor er need tobacco ia any form Ha otight to live tobeahaa Â¬ Â¬ make her life joyous and happy Something to Write About Louisville MOTHERS FRIEND Â¬ Pott of tho Stanford Popular Ed Walton allays all Journal oae of the States beat edited Nervous- newkpapers iu way down South in Dixie ness rel- Â¬ lie ia vklting his brother in Atlanta and CIA A im CIS Competition Life of Trade Recognizing the nbovo ndage tho pcoplo Btill conlinuo to give us a liberal share of their alfllS V BBtBBBBBBBBBSr ieves the nn Titoa visit a UDue Coonty Herald system that ChlMWrih kiKdtflHiaBBBlLMsv and the time ot recovery snori-eneTha riault of the turnpike ralda iu many say stronger after Kentucky ia tl at la a few months star It in- Â¬ y all tha pikrs iu the State will become than before confinement sures safety to life of both poth Â¬ tha property of tha couatiea and there er d child All who have uaed will ba bo toll chaiged Another reault BaWatWPW rikwv Mtfturs rViattl say they will nev- Â¬ will be that ia a year or two thoaa eoant Mred er be without it again No other lea will bava te pay oat imneitM Maw QUAJUNTKZD TO CUB The gMwtli ot aMyer aUaaeat ia this remedy robs confinement of its pain of aaonay evary yar to kaap tba plkea CHILLS AND FEVER 1 Mliaair Wbota wMesjjsIMiihsfa THt lafaltapeaBdatibaaaiMsiaiaUie ptkea AU Malaria la ail Terras Tswtaleaa Mea ooejaary atxl even ia the eiiiea eaaot We a aa ts go lawaaa as otejsjM geauhn wktwX Has abow ptcswm ta tha wbleti ara bow Ibbhmm tor tbalr good b d- and Nau- Â¬ sea and so fully pre-Â¬ pares the is made easy Cramps Headache relativea elwwhere But wherever the keen scented Waltooa go they flndsome thli g to write about and Edd lettt ra to the Journal are aa entertaining as bin Buda best heavy weights M JaBKliW Dth to dood Ro4s patronage Our goods arc sold just as cheap as if thoro was no competition in tho world Some specials wo show this wcok in Dry Goods Notions Hats Caps Cold enough now to make a change in your underwear We have the line from dte oar tttoot awl raaaojaf tha u apt HM are laitd to work ad auwb iatatewt Wm itmvmkymtw the return la betWr UlaatMbd than MteCoagwesioaal ae in Chieaao laat weak to 011 a ntpaaey cauead by death m a UBS i i The currency jaetiioa was pad the 1S8L JfcSVKCTTstTitfH gold IKS auall4 trex upon aaolloailo eoatatalaeT only isaae in the campaign The iMGnean latiiimnfrls valMMe UVnMimn Deaaoareia au eapported the Immusjsjsx aJBAasTMtibarat satssi e 1 aunty owwrtaWp bf plkea may took to ba a good tblay built maaoa ha doath ol ebosa Rood roada aa4 ai yara qulltiM all Avar Aawatka aoMB tbaa onUaary dirt will boaoaw MMtk TUa tH atgatisre c JrQ MsailsaMaT BO oartta at all naaUom 25c TO W E 400 Irtington Ky ELeKiIl PMPAatS OHLY BY BROWN tmoUte KVAalWfUI Bold by tmmb HANlBft IWO wmi iiffi ryfitBaSic aaCZEza -- fMfe RoKWMmwmmmB Grippe ir K2L2SZES tmupfrvz I wf w i Breckenridge T Oi Baitings News n EilUn PnprUtn 1807 Ann thero stands the Hon Rtchanl Parks Bland with his sliver whistle plercirg tho RUilty ears ot the gold bug Let her blow Richard in Wsthlngton Good farm lands In this county dont go a begging notwithstanding times are a little bit close Forty tour acres ot river bottom sold not long ago at about This shows that good dirt MO per acre comimmla attention hero as well as elseÂ¬ WEDNESDAY DECEMBER la ii i SIX PAGES it What about a tion in this town iag card Horse traders ConvenÂ¬ cured This modern malady has bocoma dreaded not moro for its direct fa Â¬ tality than for tho weakness of body and mind it leaves behind iti Prolonged debility permanent prosÂ¬ tration melancholy and ouicido fol- Â¬ low La Grippo For this diseaso there is no remedy suporior to Ayers Cherry Pectoral The best remedy for la grippe that know of it Ayers Cherry rectorat Rev JOHN K CHASE South Hampton N H My - m urn What was HieTnater with yesterday tor a tobacco day Pettly lively wasnt where ington K It wruld beadraw f is Whats tlio matter with the price oi tobacco corn wheat cattle bogs or In feet anything that tho farmer has to sell Justice Field lias retlrad from the Supreme Court bench but his salary of 10000 per annum will goon as long as he lives Tint Cleveland administrator got some Â¬ thing after all It was tint bottlo ot whisky that Miss ltichardson sent to Secretary Herbert LI Conoress is now in session at both houses havirg convened at noon last Monday The Presidents message was read and the law making power of tho nation is adjusting itself for business Much matter of general importance is on hand to claim its at- Â¬ tention but what amount will bo done is a mere matter of surmise Thero is I hs currency our relations to Spain the Hawaii muddle and several other mat- Â¬ ters which the President dwells upon in his message These are to be dis cussed in their several connections Tne body however is made up largely of new members and thoy will doubtless get down to business very slow Wash Â¬ Â¬ You Know THE r i i ft kT m I I X X X - ii wife and fire children were taken down with la grippe while the disease was so widely prevalent I dosed them with Ayers Cherry Pectoral and before using quite two bottles my family was restored to health I know of several obstinate cases of the same complaint which were also cured by this remedy J PARMINTEU Taulette Miss VESTS always have - 9fc S Nearly all of the defeated Democra Â¬ It tic candidates in Edmonson county have filed notices of contest which will be heard in the Circuit Court Â¬ Â¬ v WUa4iftrTi flSSSseifiMflBli SSSASiSSWlSe JBVaP7 5 laajHtaJffsCiae Association Tiik clerk of the House of Representa tives has received notice of twenty con tests to be made in the present Cor gess seventeen years and leaves behind him one of which is furnished by Kentucky as clean a record as any public official the county has ever had The News Hunter vs Bhea docs not know what Uncle Dick will follow but we feel suro that he will find Judicious advertising is a prosperity to get somo lucrative em- Â¬ marker and no ndvertisera aio more it no troublo ployment prosperous than those who fully use the columns of tho News with Us moro than Tried and True 10000 circulations a month Thousands have tried Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin for constipation indica Â¬ A Democratic post master at Mobile Ala has refused to turn oer the office tion and sick headache and have found to a Republican and seems to defy the it truo to the claim made for it viz that president and all concerned to get him it is tho best remedy now before the out before his v time expires a J ear good people for the relief of stomach trouble Trial sz 10c large sizes 50c hence and 1 00 of Chas O Martin Mns Caroline Hardin wife of Gen P Macklna Islands Wat Hardin late Democratic candidate The Execution Committee of the for Governor died suddenly latt Satur-Â¬ Kentucky Press Associated WWV- day night at the homo of her sister Mrs Harris in Chart ottaUlei gtbtre Circuit Clerk R S Sklllman will pro- Â¬ bably offer his resignation this week- or next and turn the office over to his suc- Â¬ cessor Sherman Ball Every detail of the tlllce Is worked up and Mr Skill man g tea out with everything in so far as his cflluial record is concerned as clean as a die He has been an able and a most ifllcent officer during his term of I was cured of la grippe by tho use of Ayers Cherry Pectoral C S THOMPSON Pub Signal West Farmlngton a Ajjers Cfccrpg Pectoral is put up in half size bottles pneo 50 cents Nice things for I X at half T I A at and stoped at the Hambleton House Tho Young Ladies Parsonage and Home Missionary society will meet with Miss Ava Board next Saturday evening oclock Xvm and Frank Shellman sold De- Haven Sc Blythe 15 head of hogs at 3 cents and 4 head of cattle at 2 cents last Saturday R N Miller produced his certificate of election as county attorney for his next w term beginning on January 1st 1998 I lib and was qualified as such Mercer Mercer attorneysfor giainrr per navecuncMU aaM MiiiJBkiifl tto aWB aftffffiTrv W ma UUu aaVi r vt iffraV i Mimzm Christmas i x s I X M s H m You are welcome to look We will be proud if you buy anilBr MME9BiHr EMasiti jul VEST vi rc VTkryvwratvTgrmfvTyijryf ra vi yaraLracreQCwwra gc WEBSTER rViWAWnnrVnn AAA f ilTi flltowe d It G iSi JhC SSs raBQtaiin8p OfNrWcafileT hogs and sheep durirg lida year and its a fact that tbfro is more ready money in Breckenridge county now than there has been before in twenty jears A Tub right of a woman to search the pockets of her sleeping husband is to be We tested in a Pennsylvania court cant see the necessity of going into tho courts to test this questien Ordinarily the premise is on the side of the woman and her stii gy old husband ought to be demurred oat of court Tho following members of tho Com- Â¬ mittee were present II A Sommers Chairman Elizibethtown H A Wool folk Danville L V Gaines Elkton James Williams Midway W T Har cus Mt Sterlirg R E Morningstar Bowling Green R W Brown Louis-Â¬ ville and J I Babbage Cloverport Mr R E Morningstar the genial and There are no prisoners in the county jail at Hardinsburg ami hasnt been for sometime This speaks well for so large a county as odrs fio n a moral point of view Crime is degrading in any shape and when we can so educate our fellow men to run clear of it then there is hope for genuine good citizenship The sale of a court houso in Kentucky is something novel but if reports be correct such a thing is to take place at New Castle in Henry county The sheriff lias already levied upon tho pro perty and it is to be sold to the highest bidder for the payment of costs against the county in tiie Court of Appeals Â¬ energetic eecretary reported that he had made very satisfactory arrngements with the railroads and lake steamers for a trip to the Mackinac Islands to be made about the middle of June all of which the Committee approved and authorized the Secretary to complete the arrange Â¬ ments and tho trip will be made to Mackinac via Toledo Detroit and Put-Â¬ in Bay The Committee recommended several changes in the constitution and by laws ot the Association and that the member- Â¬ ship be confined strictly to newspapers It was decided that officers aud Executive Committee of the Association constitute a committee to attend the christoning of the battleship Kentucky in January and it is more than probably that they will all go accompanied by their wives HARDINSBURG H L W TIME TABLE The merchants of Louisville proposo to furnish tho means to decorate the eoixo iast business part of the city for two weeks Paiuoger Daily rr Hardlmburg- - 7i27 am previous to Christmas as a drawing card somo for the local trado in the surrounding PaiiDKr Dally arr Uardlniburgll 55 pm country As a matter of fact people love to visit tho city to make their holiday If you want fresh fancy candies call purchases at the sametime the home on J II Hook merchants can give them as good if not For an thing in tho confectionary or better bargains grocery line call on J II Hook If you want bargains in groceries and A Louisville judge has declared it to be a violation of law to operate the slot confectionaries call on J II Hook We will have a fine assortment of machine in that city and undertook to have them all removed from hotels and Christmas candies during the holidays saloons but ho does not succeed Those O T Dowell has qualified as the ex- Â¬ whooperae the machines continue to ecutor of the estate of G 8 Dowell de- Â¬ do so and have no regard for the law or ceased the moral aspect of tho question It is Mrs BarniU who has been on a visit aspecio of gambling whch tho courts to Virginia since August returned home rightfully suppress last Friday hit Snyders house Mrs Emma Wade who has been away for several months returned to her home here last week I will have on hands a fine lot of asÂ¬ sorted cakes for tho holiday All goods fresh and st class J II Hook The rllzibethtown News think that In the county court George Hook Jr Judge McBeath oughtllve to be a bun was allowed 300 for planting six trees dred years old because of his magnifi cent physical make up and adds the In the court house and jail yards furthurfact that the judge never swal- Â¬ Mrs Ed Tobin and Miss Mattie Stall lowed a drink of liquor or used any man of Mooleyvllle were here last week tobacco in all of his life This Is all the guests of Mrs Robert Mattlngly quite probable in which eyent he will E B Oglesby and Heman Allen of have been given lime to occupy Judge Cloverport were In town last Saturday Godfreys seat on- the Court of Appeals bench for a term or so Â¬ - People always find a little money to spend during Christinas no matter how the times are This is all right and in proper connection with lie surroundings The rich and poor alike Iovo to bestow a gift upon their friends on this gala day Just here wo mglit add further that there is no city in this section where moro good things can be found for less money than among the merchants of Cloverport Sewing machluo oil needles shuttles bands oil cans screw drivers eto call on T O Lewis ndrow Elder and Lum Davis have ih contract for building Mrs James Â¬ Gardner by the County Court for books furnished indigent children as provided by section 4403 of general statutes The school trustees in this district have levied a per capita tax of 10c and five cents on each 100 dollars worth of property to defray some Incidental ex Â¬ penses of the school The residence of John Hook situated about two miles from here on the Owens boro road was destroyed by fire last week The loss was put at 1200 with an insurance of 050 By an order of the county court E J McDaniel has been appointed guardian for Earnest O McDaniel Juett N Mc- Â¬ Daniel and Fred K McDaniel children of W J McDaniel deceased To the Public I have just taken charge of the brick hotel and will be glad to have a reasonable share of the public patronage Bates reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed II C Lake The largest stock of holiday goods in this place just received Everything that is now and desirable for Christmas can be found with us All goods marked to the lowest figure Come and see us A A ltichardson Garfield Prof Hayes will most likely be asso ciated with Prof Lrgtn in the B N college after Christmas Mr Hayes has signified a desire to teach here next sees ion and as he is popular with all of the students his services will no doubt be secured There was two burials at the Catholic cemetery last Friday The first was the seventeen year old daughter of Sam Thomas May who died last week after as Illness of about three weeks An- Â¬ other was the infant child of Mr Pop ham that was brought up from Clover- Â¬ port There is one man in Hardinsburg who has the Klondike fever pretty bad IMchardMay is sixty years old and says that he intends to go to the Klondike next spring provided his son Louise re ports favorable to him Mr May has two sons in Montana The oldest one writes that he intends to go to the Klon- Â¬ dike next spring Mr May says that he intends to follow him if he meets with success in staking a claim In 1857 Mr May went to California hut the gold ex- Â¬ citement then had about subsided there He got an interest in a mine however but It didnt profit him much Somo of Mr Mays friends try to persuade him that ho is too old to start to the gold field of Alaska but he thinks differently After being exposed to the cold or wet take a dose ot Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey and fortify yourself against cold This Is one of the most efficacious remedies known to science for coughs colds and incipient consumption Robbed of 310 ohnatuan Stiles of Ktephensport was robbed of U0 in cash last Friday nlgbt Mr Stiles carried the monoy In his pants pocket He went home that night pulled off bis pants on going to bed and laid them down on a chair near his bed as was his custom When be awoke next morning and reached for his pants they were missing and his first expression wa- he had been robbed which turned out to be true On looking around he found bis panto out on the pavement in front of his house with his papers and pocket book scattered over the walk and his money gone Oa further examination he found a pole with a hook oa the end of it with which the thief secured hU bounty by shoving It through the win Â¬ dow and rUblng hie pauU out Mr Stiles bad Intended to brlag his mosey to the BreeklBridge Bank la thU eat the axt day to deposit It The talei k Â¬ J I i53 L KnrjyvFiJTffjMrTVirTiJTrVirvyk ten iKPrtremHraraqtKreqprcre tj BRANDENBURG Old boreas aweeped down on us Sun Miss Mary Lewis has returned home Mrs D W Lewis has been visiting day k Born to the wife of II B Parks Nov near Que ton Miss Lula Woolfolk entertained some r20agirl A considerable amount oi sickness in young friends last Saturday night Miss Clara Wimp has returned home this community Mr Cain of Bewleyvlllo was the after a pleasant visit to Miss Lula Wool guest of Miss Ada Henderson Sunday folk Miss Agnes Worland is Improving L C Adkisson Henry Kurtz and We hope she may be able to enjoy the Charley Claycomb took stock to the city IF YOU DONT B -- It will be four years hence before there will be another election ot much local Interest By that time we hopotoseea harmonious feeling among all Democrats The time has been when the party working together alorg harmo Â¬ nious lines could be victorlone but here ysars we have pulled apart and of Thoughtful gone wide of the mark tbemeelvM DMuocfsifl attoitli r and i j for the fuuru w cvbm4 together lor Were Like UUouaness dyipepsla headache eonstl patlon sour stomach Indigestion are promptly cured by Hoods IlUs Tney do their work Liver Ills a li tlap ntH pvr Mtly and thoroughly Best after dinner pill Meant AUdruggW Frpar by L Hood Co LowoUMi Tttt oaly KH to take with Hoods BanapariBa -- Hoods Pills - i I I atU at kvfltt -- V lS ti ft - - AJmMlikfampfr i holiday entertainments last week Much significance is attached to the Christmas week will be gay The Meade Messenger must publish a social fact that Charley Claycomb called at calender so entertainments will not con- Â¬ Mrs Kurtz last Sunday flict The gossips have been busy since it Baptist church will have a Christmas was learned that Jas Kurlz called at Mrs troe Everybody cordially Invited and Claycombs last Sunday the tree is free for any one who wishes Enllsh Kendall Louisville has re Â¬ to put presents on it turned home from a two weeks visit to 11 H Nevltt has quit talking free sil- Â¬ his uncle Clyde English 12 Miss May Hatfields health is some- Â¬ ver and instead is explaining operettas cantatas and matinees to Dr Dowden what improved and she contemplate a 12 getting him ready for Christmas visit to Louisville during the holidays Loulsviilo has got a big move on her Wathen B Henderssn the clever and from now till the 25th moonlight salesman ot Shellman Co Irvlngton starlight love light gas light and electri- Â¬ attended Sunday school here last Sun- Â¬ city will draw a multitude of outsiders day mi to within her gates to behold the many There continues to be a great many attractiyo features diseased hogs around here Many hogs Mrs G L Neafus and daughter Mrs have died aod but few have fattened P G Youug are visiting in Louisville well The Hotel De Mucker that started Nevltt Gough Co is now the style of the popular corner drug atore Will hero so auspiciously a short time ago Grinnell and George Worland have under the management of Jas Brown bought an intenst Nevltt Gough made an assignment last week VAAAVVAAWWVWWWVVVVV A telegram was received here n few have thus recognized the worth of these young business men who are foremost days ago from Texas by T G Jordan iu business circles Their holiday dis- Â¬ bearing the sad inteligence that Mrs play means a rush for goods Come Janie Frymire was seriously ill and her early to see their handsome exhibition life was dispaired of and buy to stand a chance for their JA Perkins of Antiquity O was elegant prize offered People in big cities and folks holding for thirty years needlessly tortured by Ho big offices gqt into muddles as well as physicians for tho cure of eczema smaller fry For instance christening was quickly cured by using DoWilts tho battleship Kentucky I am glad Witch Hazel Salve tho famous healing lifa Richardson shows a true southern salve for piles and skin diseases Short Haynes spirit and is able to defend herself with ex Secretary Herbert Misa Bradley has The Bay Viewers too acted meet lady like I hope neither Irvington Bay View Society met with one of the ladles will accept the honor of baptizing the steam ship Senator Mies Llll McGlothlan Dec 4 at 130 Herbert has acted ungantlemanly towards A goodly number of members were a southern girl and I glory in her present and three new members were Â¬ enrolled making a total of twenty two spunk On Christmas eve in the evening Can the Columbia beat this After Mrs O S Grinnell and her music lesion which was verj Interesting the pupils will give a musical entertainment society were Invited to partake of a from 7 oclock till 0 oclock The seven regular dutch lunch which was very little girls will occupy one hour In ren Â¬ much enjoyed by all Society will meet dering a beautiful cantata The Christ Â¬ with Mrs Heron the afternoon of the mas Gift in which the birth of the Savi- Â¬ 18th All are invited to be prtsent our is sweetly told In song and recitations dialogues solos duett and choruses are Mrs Stark Pleasant Itidge O says sung by them to piano accompaniment After two doctors gave up my boy to T Tills cantata will be filled by another die I sayed him from croup by using more elaborate by the eight older pupils One Minute Cough Cure It is the entitled King Winter la which beauti- Â¬ quickeet and most certain remedy for ful costumes appear The songs are of coughs colds and all throat aud lung high character and all relate to Christ troubles Short x Haynes mas time They will conclude In ample Seeking LuhU Is The South time for Christmas shopping and thea Farmers Meeting be ready for the Obrietmaa tree Come Hoa Wi Minor his brother Mr rs tfe and enjoy a muaical afteraooa by hooae Jamea Minor and Mr J Scott Morton A D McNalr of Danville N Y Mr Uacareta Caady CaUiarUo Mm bmH we talents Mtsa Ruth Phillips will be lady left derful lamlteal d lacovery of Un aae plea Moaday on a prospecting tour will give a froe lecture and distribute LhA tmLm auft aaU of ceremony and explain the different through TeBBeeaeGeorgIa and Alabama free books to u farmora on the Fertlllza Dml rtftLlsJtAlw w iTll- Ti 7WTT - l iuiwff Ji vr MM H fJ scenes ia order that the audisace ma If they lad laade that suit them and the tloa of the Soil at Cloverport on Wed Â¬ fully enter lato the atorlea price is not too high they will probably nesday Dec 8 at 6 oclock p m The and MHeuwueM Pleeaa buy mad J to day t JttVS Ml Iwf ad move tbee Mr Mertoa has meeting hall will be announced by pos Â¬ IT For Xldaty Ttm1m i i ror nil Jragjarts rtMMtly sold kte arm of 132 acres to ers oa day of lectura there U Both lug bettor tbwi Foleys Kid Â¬ Deaato Sherrou aad Frank Ruppert at ney Cure every oa who Uit a it will Water works aree to thia A K Fiahar Cloverport 10 par aere R A tUtellmaa gtoptuNktsoK Oordcw Tmi MowaU With CuttaraU A Haysee PatMvUk Jt A Witt Har dlnaburg tavi If 000Mdniktarfua4noar If a C C lull to oiira druevku refu7nV RUSH linery - j k THEYLL BE GONE 24 Walking Ilats for 100 each Ladies Sailors for 75c each Childrens Sailors for 75c each The most opportune time In your life get Closing Out Mrs- H V OF YOUR Duncan 50 Per Cent i m Money Saved - When you or any member of your family come to Irvington ana ieei as tnough m purchas ing Dry Goods Boots Shoes mHATS CAPS er rr otiSns Jl You wish to save 50 per centthat place will be SHELM AMCo - - Irvington Ky KrTtr lt mo t4t Jkk mmm IT Toys mmJhMI Dandruff is Disease The beginning of baldness Is dandruff Keep ihe scalp dean and promote the growth of the hair by the use of IS tojs toys Vests Cfiinawarc Gregory Gibson All eyes are turned towards Vests Slaplo and fancy groceries at Gregory Gibtous Fresh pickled pigs feet can be had the City Bftkery James Minor town Saturday of Adkisson One box of Tutts Pills will save many dollars in doctors bills They willsurelycurcall diseases The Baptist Parsonage Burned at ofthe stomach liver or bowels Mid dyspepsia malaria constipation and bilio- Â¬ usness a million people endorse Save Your Money IN ASHES llhin m fSd93939ijg Blood HBHBp aBmamamsBaH was In For No Reckless Assertion sidle headache BRECKENRIDGE WKDKNHDAY NEWS 8 1897 DECEMBER Local Brevities Bilng the babies out lot them see Wonderland Suz r8 Author Haynes was In town yesterday enroute to Union Star Ptcr 0 Brashear of Owensboro was in the city Sunday Something pretty In bowl and pitchers at Gregory Gibsons Tho display of toys at Vests this Christmas will be grand Sparkllrg brightest display you have ever seen inthls city Suzsrs X At 11 Friday at night Where the blood loses its Intense red grows thin and X watery as In anemia there Is jjj a constant feeling of exhaus- - jj x tlon a lack of energy vitality m and the spirits depressed f j HrfiXiaaWaaaaH BPsHSFfl ESfaBaBaaHsaH srf i TUTTS Liver PILLS HSURANGE OF 800 ON BUILDING IS Scotts Emulsion I IILMM tt of Cod liver Oil with Hypo-oclock Friday night this town m D f vHkMmj2aTamrl5sF53P U There will be preaching at the Presby Â¬ terian church next Sunday Vest Vest Vest Head Sulzers mammoth advertlsment Seo Wonderland in this iesuu of the News For everything Vests Smith English is expected homo about Grocers Gregory Gibson the 15th of this month Vests Handsome holiday present Mrs M II Beard of Hardinsburg is Frerschmans compressed yeast Olty the guest of relatives in this city Bakery Will have our opening Saturday Deo Come Bee Wonderland in all its glory Come and see F N DHuy 11th Sulzers goodfl dally arriving nt tle City Just as advertisod you will find our New BakorV display Come and soe Surirs Willie Mullen came home Sunday If it is in the market yon can gel it Dont make a mlstako when you start from Nashville Tenn where he has at Vests out for supplies but stop at DHuys been attending Draughtons Practical Mr Eugene Haynes went to Irylnglon Mrs Emma White of Holt was with Business College He took a regular yesterday Mr and Mrs Leon McGavock last week business course and is now qualified for The eaily buyers git tlft cream of the Just keep your eye on Suzns Set most any position pick Supers your clocks by Sulzers You wont miss Mies Alllene Murray daughter of the Master Mechanic Alstine went to LouHon D R Murray this city and one of it isville Sunday Mr Frank Lander a prominent Haw the most fascinating young society ladies Mrs 0 W Moorman went to Louts esville cltlzin spent Sunday with friends after a sojourn of six montns or more vllle yesterday with her cousins Mlssess Nannie and For your Christmas candles go to Gre- Â¬ in this city Tho old and young can find all kinds Minnie Murray will arrive home about gory Gibsons Sul Â¬ the 15th of this month Drop in See how we can interest you of presents at the Wonderland Mrs M B Ford Ruddells III suf- Â¬ zers at wonderland Sulzers fered for eight years from dyepepla and Miss Lilly Greenwood of Holt is Mr U G Hill has moved into the Visiting Miss Florence Lewis property formerly occupied by Henry chronic constipation and was flnaly cured by uslrg DeWitts Little Early Come and see Seeing is believing Armstrong Risers the famous little pills for all charges for seeing Suz tb No The Infant child of Mike Iopham When in the city and have that hun Â¬ llird Friday and was taken to Hardina- - I stomach and liver troubles Short Ikynea gry feeling go to the City Bakery burg Saturday for burial vLJShe following Hancock farmers were Today you see it Tomorrow its gone Three stories first second and third there nothing like it in town Suz ire floor filled from bottom to top awaits I in town Monday delivering tobacco to the American Tobacco Company Jo Mrs Geo Dowden of Brandonburg your inspection at Vests Ballman 2400 pounds price 5 3 and is visiting her daughter Mrs Orville The Chief Brownie has transformed 1 Jno Johnson 3500 pounds price 0 G gory Come 5 and 1 Ben Powers 2000 pounds meeting place of everybody our storo into a real Wonderland Its the price 7 7 and 1 They report tho that Wonderland See It in all its glory and see Suzirs Rev M M Benton Eplcopal minister crop short and light and will not rr Suzsrs Ve have prices that will mako every will hold services in the Presbyterian yield more than 500 Co GOO pounds to the bargain vein in your body tirgle F N church Sunday Dec 10 morning and acre W O Taul Breckenridge county afternoon 3600 pounds C 5 and 1 DUuys Mies Elemor B Hendrick after a Half has not yet been told See most enjoyable stay with Miss Nannie Wonderland for further particulars Those Who Endure Brashear will leave to lay for her home Tho pains of rheumatism should be re Suzers Holiday candies there is not a person at Lorg Branch Meade county minded that a cure for this disease may but who dearies to kuow that it Is pure Mr and Mrs D M Duncan of Bran- Â¬ be found in Hoods Sarsaparilla Tho Vest has that kind denburg arrived Saturday to be with experience of those who hayo taken Old peoples day at Sulzirs ou Satur Â¬ his parents Mr and Mrs H V Duncan Hoods Sarsaparilla for rheumatism and day Dec Hth Come see Wonderland The little fellows heart beats with have been completely and permanently in its brightest glory Suzers greater rapidity about this time of the cured prove the power of this medicine When it comes to buying eatables ytar than at any other for them to be to rout and conquer this disease Hoods there a not a house anvwhere that can lappier bring them to Vests Sarsaparilla is the One True Blood Pur- Â¬ fill the bill better thanVest8 ifier and it neutralizes tho acid which John D Wright and Miss Bertha H causes the aches and pains of rheuma- Â¬ Our business and yours a store full arlow of the Fordsville vicinity were of Christmas goods Call and see us tism This is why it absolutely cures Â¬ going elsewhere F N DHuys married in the Court house at Owens when liniments and other outward before applications fail to give permanent re- Â¬ J B Blgis F L Boyd and P 8 Mil boro Monday at 4 30 p m ler all got assignments under E T When your eyes give out or when you lief Bo sure to get Hoods Franks in his first list given out Dec 1 think they are giving out come in and The Coal Land Around Hawesvllle to Charlie Mattingly of Hardinsburg let us tell you whether or not glasses Be Developed went to Ower sboro Monday to look after will help you F N DHuys an appointment under Collector Franks Dr SJ Harris of Philpot passed UawcsTille Clarion Old people who come to our store Sat- Â¬ down on the train Saturday night re- Â¬ Messrs Heron Cooper and Harris urday will meet many old friends also turning from a visit to his sou who is have taken leases on thousands of acres Sul attending school in Clinton county glory see Wonderland in all its of finest coal land in the county adjacent sers Into each life some rain must fall to this city and if they are not repre- Â¬ Misses Mayme Ireland and some days must be sad and dreary says senting an English syndicate they know Crockett of Hawesvllle were the guests Longfellow but wouldnt the life o the what they aro doing as the leases com- Â¬ of Mr and Mrs Leon McGavock last community be sad and dreary without pel development and mining in a short week time which will require a rail road from F N DHuys Christmas goods this city that will bo extended to Hart- Â¬ Be sute and make no mistake when The Japs Chinese German French What you ford there is to day more probabilities out looklrg for eatables and American have met at our store want always fresh and pure at Gregory for Hawesvllle than any place in the each have tried to out do the other in Gibsons State new novelties They have made our If you have a friend or relative to store brighter than ever before Suzers INTERESTING LETTERS whom you wish to make a Christmas Wlats the biggest thing on earth present your money will be well spent asked a teacher in the Cloverport High The following to come to Vests Why schooV the other day interesting le Misses Margaret and Bettle Bow Christmas display said the small boy ters were re Â¬ mer will on this evenimg Wednesday aud went promptly to the head of the ceived by Dr entertain at their beautiful home the claw Hartmao Co- Â¬ Ladles Cooking Club lumbus Ohiot Miss Issie Johnson Cloverports poet Prismatic git am of brightness porvado laurette contributes a poem on wonder- Â¬ from thankful our store Glitteilng gems from all the land and it appears in the regular adver Â¬ women Mrs L world stare you In the face You wil tising spAce of Suzers Miss Johnson A Adams Bear wonder what next Sulzers is a bright writer and Suz rs are quick don Tenn The regular term of Police court was to recognize her ability writes I can gladly reoommend Dr held Monday at the City Hall Judge George Baker operator at the depot Hartmans wonderful remedies They There in this city has been promoted to bill are all any housewife needs with the James R Bkillman prcsded were a number of cases before him clerk and cashier in the office at Owens- Â¬ books sont free treating on the different -- for 8 P Parks has been appointed for ailments I have used boro Lewis 0 Stiles of Stephensport postmaster at Webster He is a leading will take charge here temporarily until four years and It never falls to give re- Â¬ Kepubllcan of that vicinity a live Jack Board is relieved of his position lief if taken in time Whenever I feel citizen and will make an efficient with tho work train who has been given done up It helps me wonderfully In cases of colds chills lagrippe if taken capable postmaster the position Mrs Ella LiNeaye and little daughter Christmas doesnt in hot water it acts like a charm I can The old eaylng Ella Louise left Monday evening fir roll arouud but once a year is true recommend it for pains in the back cold home in Franklin Tenn alter a and the fact of the matter is it is the bands and feet You will save doctor heir pleasant visit to lur parents Mr aud only time when everybody feels like bills by the use of Dr Hartmans won Â¬ spending money ae they please Another derful medicine MisAS English thipg you must seek the proper place Miss Linnie Mr James W Miller Hardinsburg and that is Vt sts where goods of every Wifglnp Berlin aHLlIIIIIIIItttdl returned Monday from a visit to relatives description can be purchased Their Heights Ohio is New Madrid Mo He stopped off sock embraces the best with the saoet writes I suf varied asajitment v fered with ca Â¬ ti very uu uuiu iuuiiwku uh wi inH 1 JMaeter Harry Weatherholt celetmttad tarrh of the nose train ids tenth anniversary Saturday afternoon H aW i1iLVT bead and throat EllbaGardHr of Unlon Star was in by entertaining his schoilraatee from Jifor three years town last Thursday Elisha is always 2 to 5 Those present wre Mltg s I I could get no fill of politics and is a leading Republi Margaret Moorman Sue Robert Watklo relief uatil I be Â¬ em la hie section Ills hobby now la Jan and Ella Smith Donald Muuay f gan taking Pe-reuperlntea- ClwurlU Cashman for school Masters Vivian aid na I took three bottles It has dose and Maud Polk daat four yearshence Independent of curing my Allen Pierce Edward Harris John All n wondsis yJlU Anna Raltt will open a private- Murray and J D Babbege Jr caUrrh it lww improved ny general Msfiool n the High School building lmThe following roMlgmenls of tobo baHk I oannet describe the change mediately on the clew of the publlo t aebool lvt of January She solicits the co were received Monday aad yesterday Any one wKutng from catarrk and patronage of all parents who have child- - at James B Face Jr factory 8 L knowing that it be enred would be to sead to school r Breckearidge county 1000 very unwbtenotto take Dr Hartoaaa Bashara Follow dlreeUoM pounds price fOVfO andfl J F advleUw Hut does Tabtelng 000 pounds priee t7 17 J AddfM the Pt ru ma Dm Manufact Â¬ 1 Obedtah McQuady 2000 pounds uring Company Cotasatw Ohio hx a d II H C Easarlan Han- - froVfook eVkiUed Winter CMrrh W m o Ask your drueeiet for a free P rttHU 7mt ImAuria Mi OUUrt coek county 8000 pounds 18 90 and SI 5aad Aiiuaaac for ISM JAMHoboll3000 powuk Oao Minuta Ocgti Owa vum qoioklf ti Pat Qainn A4000 poaudf prtoe6 ti and II Hay Mitchell 8000 pound Tbaftwhat yon waatl Sfcort pries d 16 and Â¬ Mlsi Mary Holt who was reported dangerously ill at Clarksvllle Tenn is much Improved Misses Lucille Starrett and Ma me Duncan two of Hawesvilles popular young ladies are expected to day to be with the Misses Bowmer AMr Jesse Moorman of Glendeane was in town Monday delivering his crop of tobacco to the American Tobacco Co for which ho received 0 JO and 1 He will have something near 7000 pounds All of the merchants are making great preparations for the holiday trade No where else will such a varied and hand Borne line of this kind of goods be on display It is worth your time to come and inspect the Immense stock shown in Cloverport was thrown into wild excitement over the alarm of fire No sooner was the alarm given when people from all parts of town gathered to the scene It was the late residence of Richard Witt on Second street but recently purchased by the Baptist church to be used as a parsonage and was occupied by their pastor Rev W B Rutledge The origin of the fire is a mystery and cannot be determined as to how it start- Â¬ ed The first Impression was to the effect that it caught from the gas left burning in the kitchen stove but Rev Rutletge is almost confident that the gas was turned out There Btands in the yard back of the kitchen a meat house and the Neighbors claim that thoy saw the fire first start from there If this be the case it was evidently the work of Incendiaries Mr Rutledge had not retired for the night but was engag Â¬ ed in his study He beard at intervals a noise and came to the conclusion that some one was trying to enter the house and he remained quite until the smoke He knew then the became suffocating house was on fire and gave the alarm The flames spread with such rapidity and was so unexpected that he could not do much good but to look after his wife The situation of the and childien building was such that nothing towards saving it could be accomplished and all hands were doomed to see the structure The night was a most go up in flames disagreeable one cold with a drizzHng rain falling which prevented the adja- Â¬ cent dwellings from catching fire Had the night been dry and windy there Is the fire would have no telling ended It was a two story frame build- Â¬ ing The fam- i- occupied the first as sleeping apartments Some few things were saved from the firet floor but all Mrs were consumed on the secont Rutledge lest all oi her clothing silver- Â¬ ware chinaware and other valuables Mr Rutledge had a complete library which went up in ashes There was insurance on the building to the amount of 800but none on the household furni- Â¬ ture which loss falls entirely on Rev Rutledge J m b m a is peculiarly adapted to correct w x no bUU uvcr tiita vuuuiuuii oil emulsified to an exquisite fineness enters the blood direct and feeds its every corpuscle WONDERLAND I m system The hypophosphites jjS reach the brain and nerve centres and add their strength- - g ening and beneficial effect Z Tf tu I fr cheeks if you arc growing J thin and exhausted from over- to tell use SCOTTS Emul- sion i you get SCOTTS Emuhlon D restoring the natural color and giving vitality to the whole w v u maP JXf ti L tho Brownies from tho moon Camo down a score or more And nil tho little fairies One night Jf in bright Went direct to SULZERS store With hand liko brightest ray of sun The little sprites their work began Soon the store was all transformed Into a sparkling Wonderland ture svuii All druggists j 30c ind lioo x Lnimira new uunnc Tone u ByvfBvv9v igTjssssstiW WANTS v- j 4JUJ mvmnv A A FOIl rtKNT Three nice bed rooms on second LaIIkist TOR SALE JL1 timothy 100 hay tons first class clover and Address U DADDISON Addison Ky There everything heart could de- siro For evcryono there is something there Christmas presents for old and young Within that fairy laire ANTED To sella good farm well linpror VY ed and under good state of cultivation Con- Â¬ venient to railroad For further particulars address care this ofllce rr FOR six miles northeast of llardintuurs jo acres cultivating and 40 acres valley land ai d the balance woodand Two det fogs sn excel lent onhard well watered It is known as the John Doatd farm Fir further in ormation wilte to It K llALLOaifieldKT The undirslgned as ssignee ol Kadthiimer will on dy of Decenber next offer at public sale to the Mut Â¬ est biddrr about j oclock p m at Askins Ky said Radeheimers one third interest in a distilery and fixtures and same distillery formetlv n cr Â¬ ated by Itadeheimer Lowell on a credit of time months V G llAnrAGE Assignee SALE A trjet of Ian I containing 16 Every ono who wish to know About that bright and joyous land Just take a trip to Sulzers storo And see the wonders of Wonder- Â¬ land A Go boys and girls go one and all And see tho works of fairy land And all will be delighted with The dazling display of Wonderland I Ka5 NOTICE thelt Apple Trees T70U SALE 15000 three ai J number one lien Davi apple trees The price d itti perin100 cash at the HignlanW Nursery nrdt- SASIIbY iiverea noverroit 8m kVeVVtttWVwV WWT STN hi Her color between black and rel foot From my Strayed or Stolen frtn near Piseah chirch with black spot In split of hoof reward will be given for her return to me one Jersey Lett hind A libeial Forrest Campbell y 3100 Reward 8100 Strayed or Stolen Ky one back From my The readers of this paper will be pleased and white farm at IMane s Hall four years old and spotted muley cow to learn that there Is at least one dreaded-di- giving milk Marked underbit in the right ear and pe In left ear Cow sease that science has been able to crop and undetbitdisappeared Liberal had on rwill reward halter when sle he given for information or her return to mu at cure in all it stages and that is Catarrh Planters Hall Kv V R Mcorman Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure known to the medical fraternity Strayed or Stolen Catarrh being a constitutional disease v treatment requires a constitutional nld welohintr Rta oounds dehorned when horns Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally were Marge nearly white marked half crop ofT under bit ear acting directly on the blood and mucous right muly swallow fork and old nearly in left ear red weighheifer two years One ing 700 pounds marked surfaces of the system thereby destroy Â¬ under half crop in left swallow folk in right eir tar J iberal reward will be ing the foundation of the disease and given for Jjformation or their return to me at Dr llenllarned giving the patient strength by building Uuras Ky and assisting nature up theconstitutlon Strayed in doing its work The proprietors have From my larm near Kirk about the 10 of Septemso much faith in its curative powers ber last one cow and a ster Cow red dehorned swallow fork and under bit in right cir hipped that they offer One Hundred Dollars for Steer red and white spotted white lace and wide any case that it fails to cure Send for horns two years olJ Any Information will be re warded Low Jashob Kiik Ky lists of testimonials Address F J CHENEY Co Toledo O Notice 9Sold by Druggists 75c Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Fishermans Luck A man will tramp all day around a lake to catch a three pound fish and then givo it to some one who likes fish Where t This question remains a doubt in most persans minds the confec- Â¬ tionery to visit Santa Claus has left a guarantee to the effect with the City Bakery for all who will be suited 111 Fruits Candles Nuts Figs Raisins Oranges Bananas Lem- Â¬ ons Cakes there to be found the choices and purest articles in Thats Fun The Green River Poultry Show will give its third annual exhibition at I Owensboro Dec 28 It will continue flye days There is a good deal ol interest manifested In the exhibition and it promises to be one ot the largest ever held A bnaquet will bo tendered The Green River Poultry association All persons having claims against the estate of R T Cashman deceased will piesent Ihe same properly proven to me on or befure January Jth All persons knowinir themselves Indebted 1898 to the estate of R T Cashman deceased Union Star will come brward and sttile u r Liiau wiii simuin Notice All persons having caims against the estate 01 Frank I Ferry deceased will present the same properly proven to me on cr btfure January 5th f 8uzs the exhibitors and their friends on the fourth day All the leading poultry men and women o this section are ex pected to be in attendance esate of Frank J Ferry deceased will come wa All persons khowing themselves maeDtea to tnelorit and settt Frank C Ferry Admr 817 and St Henderson Ky jb Another man will shoulder a gun and tramp from fivo to fifteen miles to shoot ono poor lame duck and beat Grovor Cleveland out of his Store Who have made great prepa- Â¬ ration to please everybody both in quality and price JULIUS SIPPEL f 4 and Notice to Contractors We will on Dec Jo Lelnff County Thats Hard t A man will play ten- Â¬ nis in tho hot sun for four hours just bo cause some girl re marked whero ho overheard it that he looked stunning in bis tennis suit f Pe-ru-- wide-iirake How to Prevent Pneumonia let to the lowest and best bidder a contiact to build a bidge aiross Sinking cretk at the crossing and of At this time of year a cold is very of the new Custer width Uosetta read laLength feet of roadway span j feet t easily contracted and if let to run its length between the abutments Jo fetti hegth ot the abutments above bed of creek 15 feet tipacltir course without the aid of lonin roliablo so tons Bids received on this structure oi both cough medicine is liable to result In wood and stel Abutment to be of stone bedded We In cement Sealed bids pneumonia R N Miller that dread diseas i W Heard of no better remedy to care a know Wm AM cough or cold than Chamberlains Cough place we will and at remedy VVe have used It quite exten Â¬ letOn the same cayand best the same a contract to bidder to the lowest Fork at Fiseah church IheTar sively and it has always given entire hitlJ a bride acrossleet width nfroidway Length of span 45 ulet j satisfaction Oolagah Ind Ter Chief capacity so tons llids to De maue on oatn Is known wood and steel abutmeat to be laid in cement This is the 01 ly rtmedy that IIN Miller Com J Wm Ahl to be a certain preventative of pneumo- Â¬ O V Heard nia Among the many thousands who will the have used it for colds and la grippe we letOn the same day and at bidder lame place toI build a contract to the lowest and best have never yet learned of a single case a btldce across Daniels creek at Glendeane feet Span having retulted in pneumonia Persons Length of Inchosisgwidth jof height of abutmentsca rosdwav la ftett reason to fetsnds tons The abutments to be built of dry so paclty who have weak lung or have Bids to be made on both wood and maioneiy fear an attack of pneumonia snouiu llids on each ef these contrasts will be received The keep the remedy at hand up unl II a oclock on the above nentiomd day 25 and 50 cent sizes for salo by A It lflght reserved to reject any or all bids K Pit MiltTi Fisher Cloverport B A ShellmaStephensport EKRON 1 Court day Or1TJTrrTnXTTTl a vJinxLiVjAAiijiv BAKER sW vWt r ESSENTIAL PM DRIVING A WARM Thats a Racket in tho world does a man want to tramp around for all day to buy Xmas Goods whea thoy know theio is ono man who soils tho best coods at tho lowest prices But what LAP BOTH ROBR Fur and Plush ALL COLORS Frank Haswell News and Opinions -- OF J WW vTrvi a CASTORIA H Mr II W Adklseeon and son Nea 100 pounds Tell City arrived Monday night at 13 fus received ten dollars per for their best tobacco last Thursday at good trip oclock with a the growers house Mr John Edmunds Str Tarascoa took on here 6undy and G T Basham received eleven dol- Â¬ about 80 bead of stock lars per 100 pounds for one hhd nt tho Buckeye State ituti up Sundjv samo house on Tuesday loaded with stock lugar and molaaser BJ Carlco Jr went to Louisville The Btr Ragon liM made an Improve Friday on business taeat la her whlMIe which has a better Miss Mattle Basham returned from tone yesterday Lodlburg Sunday where she baa been The Str Bagoa put off to visit relatives morning a oeawigameat ot 1000 pounds All parties wanting good Burley to- Â¬ fc Mattla gly of boUUs for Boyd bacco seed will call at the depot can get Bbxknap Ins Feb 10th 1807 them free of charge direct from Growers warehouse J O MeadMhall EvaMylllp Ind Dear Mr Yor Isb proved Chill aad Beta Olarktop R A Ewar aad O A Vevr Ohm haa be one of my beet sel Montgomery shipped Ave load of stock y iwk Uw Ut Wm dart ftoaa Ekroa Ttveaday 8 Groat I fed that It givfttayiettdtd aaUateetton m theae OAaYVORXA wboua It onee lavariably eall for it nejjr River News Thats DHuy National Importance THE SUN ALONE iiicrXii8M3iIKiXli4 Str New South passed down Moodi y Bight with two model barges CONTAINS BOTH by mall anJ Sun day by Koa cohUIhIbk 2000 Dallj dike aad Yakoa barrels salt aad loaded to waters edge Dully with mUcelkneoia freight ftajea nal ft a yea 7m XwrmeM be had net spoken above a whisper f r bottle ef Foleys Hoaoy BMMtbs aad It U wed MsdTw restored It s Yoke very lasfaly by apsaksw aad BeaJ IfHrSMOBt of Hutte lad says The Sunday Sun U It the grcatttt Sunday Mwspapar la tsx By auH f J Prlco jcacosy AUmt THKSUyKwYik mmmmawm a itvieoddtw6 yr TI Yowl raflpacilmlly 8 H I 1 Hwa i i iT1 ZaE t MuAg JLKyWsVCtevsH K A MmIU Gordo Haysxa aaan 8tophaitftoH PaUevllle E A Witt Hjurflaabttif tit isj Ttiiejil fraMHiliil iilWaliaffin ra jbl mm n TiLT amaiaiBKaV Jto umsmTim W - xxtzrzTestfruus OVER 100 YEARS AGO Yf Some Early History of the Good Old Town of Hardinsburg Hov Hardin and His Men Built Their Fort and Began the Bus iness of Their Lives A present site of Bloomfield in Nelson county The first eon became I hoi famous Ookiiel John Allen ono of the greatest lawyers ever In the common- Â¬ wealth being atsociated with Henry Clay as oho of Aaron Burra attorneyp and finally as Colonel of the First Regi Â¬ ment of Kentucky Ibflemen fell In the memorable campaign against Mlsslssine From his marri waor Turtlestown age with Jane Logan many of the states best families are decended or connected the Crittenden Murrays Bultera and others Captain Joj Allen came to Hardins- Â¬ burg when quite a young man being about 23 years of age when he was Â¬ A Uttef frota MIsfcHifl NRWB TO TilS fertKCKKHnlPClB Mo Nov 27 1807 By MkXlCO the klndnees of VERY INTERESTING THEME Sad and Awful Tales of Savage Cruelty to the McDanieland Bruner Families Thrilling Scenes and Valiant Deeds of the Men and Women Who Gave Up Their Lives and Suffered Untold Hardships - AmINTKD CIRCUIT CLERIC This was in 1800 and he held the of-Â¬ fice until 1858 a remarkably long term of service His monument cites that he and Matgarfct Crawford were man and wife C9 years In two of tho campaigns of 1812 ho had charge of the advance guard or company of spi s He was of herculean strength and neveijknew the meanlrg of physical fear At otto time the counties bcrJerirg on the Ohio were troubled by bands of horse thieves who came over from Indiana and then A d across h6 river I That We of This Day and Time Might Live in Peace and Prosper ity Tlie Aliens Dents Jarrcts Pates and Rhodes Among the Early Settlers INTERESTING READING FOR OUR HOME PEOPLE Special to the Cincinnati Enquler v 1 8 t I i 4 L The bravery of the women would fill a DRIVEN AWAY BY THE IDIAS book It is related of an aunt of Colonel The deposition of Christopher Bush Alfred Allen that she killed a full grown gives his age as 82 and confirms he bear dropped the rifle and heeled it to etatementsof Hardin as to the timo of the Iioupo their arrival But the most commanding personality In response to the question Was not among them bv vlrture of his position the Ohio during tho whole of the jear as tho head of the pioneer community 1780 called and known by the name of and by reason of his own sterling quali the Ohio 7 he answered Yes it was ties was William Hardin He was born The depositions also aflirm that in Virgina in 17 17 1705 his father bo Bborlly after their coming Mike Leonard Martin Hardin emigrated from Fauquier was killed by the Indianp They brought county and settled in Western Pennsyl Â¬ tboir families with them and built a fort vania On reaching manhood William on tho bill in the southern outskirts of married Winifred Hollzjlaw In 1780 the town It is a strong and command attracted by the reports of the rich fields ing position being wept on threo sides along the Ohio he floated down that by two valleys which unite at tho south- Â¬ riyer in search of a site for a colony MOST CULTURED FAMILIES ern base and form un outlet for Hardins which he had recruited among his One daughter married the late Hon creek friends and neighbors Like most of To quote the wotda spoken by Colonel the men prominent in tho early history Henry D McIIenry The most representative man Hardins- Â¬ Alfred Allen at the Centennial in 18S2 of Kentucky ho was young in years burg has ever produced was the late in this lively scene by sirorg of frame and active as a panther Here then and the side of yonder stream wIiobo music The Indians called him Big Bill and Judge Kincheloe He was born in the has never for a moment ceased since learned far and wide to ftar his military town December 12 1805 and for almost they first drank of its wateis Hardin powtrs and deadly rifK On one occa- Â¬ aceniury was luentiueu wan 118 every and his men built their fort and block- Â¬ sion while pursuing a band of savages interest As a lawyer he had few peers When Judge J N Ball house and here they abided their he outrode his companions and came on Some one said of him enemy here they ate their jerked veni- Â¬ five cf ihein eating their morning meal Kincheloe gts warmed up in a speech Sustaining Pride son and here let us hope worshiped Two of them Instantly fired and killed to ajury his words fall upon the ear like There is nothing EosustaiuiuBr in mass titeir God and began tho business of ills horse which he at once used as a the notes of Home Sweet Home During the civil war Hardinsburg was ing through an ordeal as proper pride their lives And what a future was breastwork and kept the red men at a before them I No neighbor nearer than distance by waving his rifl- - which he the scene of threo thrilling raids Being An Atchiuon woman who was struck on tho head by a boor bottlo in Severns valley no doctor in case of ail- Â¬ was afraid to fire kuowlng he would be intensely Union in its feeling it was the bands hands claims that it was her hus Â¬ a cham objective point of raiders both regular pagne ment no friend to cry for help sur instantly killed ere he could reload bottle Atchison Kan Globe Though shot through the hip he kept and guerrilla The meat memorable one rounded by the endless woods alive with Trained For Torture dangerous wild beasts and venomous them nt hay until Weatherholt with occurred Saturday October 15 18G4 Algorian Chief Prepare tho young snakes and sheltering a human foo fcneeiilps ramo up shot one of the Early in the morning Captain Carroll animated by the hatred of a hundred Indians and together they put the rest who said that he belonged to Forrests American for tho torture chamber The Cnptlvo Pooh old boy you to 11 cht In the battle of Saline which command rode into town at tho head of years growth Here then they were 40 miles from was fought in the Illinois territory he twenty men Tho home guards had cant 6caro me Ive been hazed Clovo been notified and were on the alert laud Plain Doalor the fort in Severns valley 40 from the procured rest for his community Soon the whole population was aroused J Oil A LONO lKRIOD fort where Hartford now elands and 05 from Vienna Falls on Green river He concealed his force of eighty men in by the sharp and rapid firing Several These on the south but on lie north nclunpot trets which 100 warriors ap of the guards were painfully though NOT SERIOUSLY INJURED along the river front not a settlement proached suspecting no danger The from the falls of the Ohio to the French rnuians were disconcerted by the first nineteen oi mo raiuers wero killed or and Spanish settlement on the Mississ- Â¬ fire hut soon rallied and a horrible wounded The dashii g your g Captain ippi Where else but in the bounds of battle ensued Hardin was Bhot through who was only 22 years of age was borne Kentucky as it then was could be found both thighs with marvelous power over into a neighboring house to die Ills hearts that would not quail at such sur- Â¬ pain seated himself on a log and direct Â¬ last words w re a meesagi to his mother ed liis men Tlie conflict raged for hours in Providence Louisiana roundings But At last tho Indians fled leaving thirty THEY QUAILED NOT There are many notable old buildltg Confiding in the protection of Provi- Â¬ warriors dead and more than half of their ia the town The first one to attract at- Â¬ dence and their walnut stocked rifles number wounded It is to be question Â¬ tention as one drives in from the depot they pursued their way as carelessly as ed whether Kentucky ever possessed a is tho old stone store built In 1822 and though sauntering along Broadway New greater Indian fighter History has not occupied for half a century by --Vivian done him full justice While the east Â¬ Daniel Etq His residence Joy Hill York Yet sad and awful are tho tales told of ern settlements were meetintr with was out far awayand here many a weary savago cruelty One of the most horri Â¬ defeat and disaster Hardins settlement itinerant preacher found rest and a JL Ill M ztx r ble exhibitions of it occurred when tho remained secure He lived to a good giaclous hospitality The Holmes Hotel RfYM JHKvMjlOwt McDanlel and Bruner families came out old ago and died respected and honored which Is on the other side of the Equaro from Viginia They drifted down the Ills grave fa unmarked and lies neglect- Â¬ from the stone store has been open for Springfield O May 14 1854 Ohio in a flatboat and arrived at the ed but a few rods from the town which guests since 1830 Not far away is the Dr M M Fknnkr Fredonia N Y Dear Sir My el Falls of tho Sinking eight miles from bears Ills name and whesi beginning he old Female High school built in 1828 as your Blood and grateful appreciationand Liver Remedy Hardins settlement The two men left nourished and defended o residence and for years tho most Nerve Tonic is the object of this writing Towards the close of the last century luxurious home In Breckei ridge Coun Â¬ After lour years coafinemetH to ttudy their wjvts and children In the protection of a negro slave and pushed on to several families of strong native endow ty The head of the school was Mrs I became run down and prostrated with nervousness by over com- Â¬ the fort for help to convey thither their ments eetthd In and around Hardins Â¬ Bessie Gardiner the wife of the late pelled to discontinue work and was at the my attendance burg Prominent among them were the Rev It G Gardiner a well known college when J desired to be there most families and outfit In their absence a The Professor recommended the use Dent party of Indians appeared ant to fright Allen Jarreltr Patea and Methodist preacher 30 years ago Many eaed Mrs McDanlel that she foil Into Ithodecea The first nemed family has girls from all over the state and South of your Medicines After six weeks use of your Blood and Liver Remedy and the water ad was drowned Seizing left a doep impress upon Kentucky were educated here Mrs Gardiner still Nerve Tenic I returaed to the College they hurried history for well nigh a century Cap- Â¬ lives a noble Christian woman 80 years well and ambitious The benefit ami Mrs Bruaeolnd the slave their village In tain Joo Allen was one of the three toss ofag hut taking a keen interest la comfort found in my restoration to beahJi acfoaa tlfuygiftin Illinois MMTBrimrf was nnable td of James and Mary JCeisey Allen who everything which pertain to preeent fills a place that words can not express travel feet bins nee of tb 1be la her emigrated from Yjfglnla about 1778 day affaire She ia the KuHlter of the CHARLES O MARTIN mvsbm They settled fiMt at Clarks Rub sear new ftnperintendent of Um Western PmonrtnilAn VhiavnaiW trot ami Oil an Inert M tiutfjJao the little weJlhey split the I Danville and than dually mu h AnrloMatHotldaaTilU Nwt door aboyt Vajras Co tlOTSrport I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Bowlino Gbkek Ky November 27 Sixty fivo miles southwest of Louisville on the Fordsylllo branch of tbo Louis St Louis Hallway is ville Henderson one of the oldest towns in Kentucky mid the rolling Beautifully situated landscape of llreckenridgo county it is ricli in the traditions of a thrilling and noble past Fortunately the early history of Har dinsbnrg does not depend entirely on Preserved in the handsome tradition courthouse which adorns the public square are two documents which fix beyond all doubt the age of the place They are the defrosltioi a of William Hardin and Christopher Bush in the case of George Itobards executor vs BeDJatnin Hardin and Martin Hardin They bear the date of 1812 and set forth the fact that in April 1780 Wil- Â¬ liam Hardin Christopher Bush and Mike Leonard arrived at tlio spot where- Â¬ on Hardinsburg is located Hardins depestion cites tho fact that he lived in the place ever since save in 1783 and 1780 7 when he was limb of a treo and inserted its tiny wrists The wood closed upon them and left the child suspended in the air The derroas then stood off and used it as a target for their arrows while the pcor mother went into paroxylsms of grief So terrible was her anguish that they caught her by her long hair scalp ed her and then plunged a knife into her thigh She was only riscued from Ueatli by the declaration of an old chief thatho intended to make her his wife still thirsting for blood they killed the negro slave and made ofl leaving the dead babe hanging in midair Mrs Bruner wasaterward rescued and lived many years afterward a happy wife and mother In strong contrast to this dark picture stand out the heroic figure s oi the first settlers Much might be written of Bruner Brashear Claycomb Haynes Rice Jolly and others how Samuel Spencer silenced forever the Indian turkey gi hbler how Weatherholts rifle sweetlips TEALED ITS BONO OP DEATH with their booty Captain Allen organ- Â¬ ized a company punu d the thievep burned their settlement killed quite a number and put an end to the raids Beirg ruked what had become of tho leader of tho garg Allen replied that the last ho had seen of him was through the sights of his rla The Governor of Indiana sent soldiers to Hardinsburg to arrest Captain Allen but the latter collected his men captured tiie troops and made friends with them The house in which he lived it still standirg It Is very old and is a story and a half When first built it attracted visitors from far and near who were anxioui to Bee a home in which steps had taken tho place of the rude ladder which in pion- Â¬ eer cabins led up often cutslde to tho room above From such an old hero there sprarg a noble family of children His oldest daughter Jauo married John McClarty n merchant of Hardinsburg Fom this union tbo late gallant Clint McClarty was born Other descendants married into the Lirue Peyton Ganna Morton way Chick and Wat hen families Tho fifth child of Captain Allen was the distinguished lawyer Colonel Alfred Allen who was for many years in the Legislature State Treasurer under Governor Bramletto and CONSUL to foo enow China under President Grant He is best remembered as tho principal prosecutor in the celebrated Ward case His speech was remarkable even among the great ones heard on that occasion and will live in history as a specimen of oratory in criminal prosecution rarely equaled In the first half of this century many other families found an abiding place in Hardinsburg the 1oytous Daniels Boards Beards Lghtfoots Pulliams Fitzgerald Coxes Haswells Gardiners Holmeses and others whose children though often far away still lovo the Ono of the most dear familiar spot noted figures in the early history of the place was Father Taylor a local Meth- Â¬ odist preacher For half a century he baptized nearly all the children and married most of the couples for whom these offices are performed It is said that on one occasion ho rode several miles in the country to perform a mar- Â¬ riage ceremony The weather was intensely cold the thermometer register ing several degrees below ztro After be had united the couple the groom surprised him by handing out a twiet of tobacco as the fee I The descendants of Father Taylor are among Kentuckys Â¬ the editor I will address my many re Â¬ latives and friends through the columns of his paper Breckenrldgo county is my native homo although it has been forty long years since I turned my back on it to seek a home in the west The winter of 1878 my family and I spent threo mouths most pleasantly visit ing from placo to place enjoying the hospitality of brother and sisters uncles and aunts and cousins by the score renewing old acquaintances and making many new ones Little thinking it would be the last time many of us would meet on earth But nlnteen years has passed sinco then when Oct 25 1807 1 was called by letter to meet the Joseph Dall heirs in a family reunion Oct 29 at Hardinsbug which I gladly accepted as a first rate oppoitunlty to visit Ken lucky once more I reached Oloverpor Oct 28 and on the day ap otnted lor the meeting in company with Louis Pate Went to Hardinsburg there to meet H00 of the Ball heirs Too meet- Â¬ ing was a very satisfactory one presided over by Dr J W Cumpton of Evans ville IndShermin Ball was secretary All passed offprcfluble to those present but alas how many faces we missed from that throng Many who we wished to Bee we were told had gone to their renardsand woud meet with us no more heret Among those who had lived lo ilpe old fg and had lived exemplary Uvea here who had gono to meet their God whom we love were Uncle Louis and Aunt Polly Ball of near MtQuady Uncle Gid and John Jolly of Hardens burg Aunt Bettie Rickettr o Union Star and Aunt Malica Miller I bad not an aunt uncle or Bister to visit The many Bad changes of course marred my visit to a great extent But happy was the meetiug of Brother Lou and myself who had not clasped hands or looked into each others faces for ninteen years I was glad to see the young generation stepping in to take the placo of those who fell out of tho ranks and doing it so honorably The first Sabbath in November I worshiped In dear old Clov- Â¬ er Creek Church where in my sixteenth year I was converted and united with the church at that place I was a Bap tist then since comirg to Missouri I became more liberal In my views and haye been a good Methodist for thirty five years How everything has changed in fact nothing Beemed natural but a few timo worn faces The farms do not seem to lay as they use to the hills seem to bo much higher and steeper or at least it wearied me more to climb them At the time of my last visit there was not a railroad in Breckenridge county the nearest point to one was Louisville Now the iron horse goes puffing right through Hardinsburg and the thrifty town of Jolly Station has been populated I had Ihe privilege of witnessing an- Â¬ other electidn 1n Kentucky which was a yery quiet one I was rejoiced to see my native state turn from tho error of her ways and come back into the Dem- Â¬ ocratic fold from which I hope they will never stray again I notice tobacco is still in tho lead of agricultural products Well do I re- Â¬ member the many nghts my boyish back has ached from worming and hoe Â¬ ing tobacco You scarcely ever see a stalk of tobacco grown In this part of Missouri notwithstanding this fact three fourths of the men of Missouri use the weed in some form My visit was limited and I did not get to go a great many places I would like to have gone I was accompanied home by Godfrey Ball and his wife who will make their home at Rich Hill Bates county Missouri I would like to Bee more of my relatives come to Missouri to live for it is a banner state sociable people fine school system and all religious denominations represented all in all a God fearing people I am yours truly Â¬ Stop r as r vuuKiuiiK mtmmrmmmHm J H Hunsche GREGORY W trWl I ted jMM itf 1 MBsStfSBiSae i 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Strategy and Football Tho stratogio position of tho Grcok and Turkish armies In tho late cam paign was but llttlo more complicated than the sfrateglo position of two football teams whon they aro linod up for n Bcrimmaga When tho gamo began tho Greeks had possession of tho ball and tboy rushed It Into Turkish territory where thoy lost it almost Immediately on a fnmble and after that tho Turks drovo them rapidly down tho Hold go- Â¬ ing around their ends and breaking through their center very muoh as thoy pleased Tho Greeks wero outnumbered threo to ono but thero aro many pooplo who think that thoy would have run away even had the number of mon on both sides boon cquaL Thero is howovor no way of proving that thoy would havo dono this whilo it can bo proved that thoy wero outnumbered and wero near ly always for that reason attacked as strongly on tho flank as in tbo front This fact should bo placed to thoir cred Â¬ it sido in summing up thoir strange conduct If an cloven from Princeton played threo clovens from Yalo at tho samo timo ono can sco that tho gamo would hardly bo interesting nnd to car- Â¬ ry out tho similo still further nnd then to drop it it was ns though this Princo ton cloven was untrained and had no knowledgo nf tricks or of team play and absolutely no rcgird for its captain Richard Harding Davis as n cuptalu in Harper s Mngaztuo Â¬ Â¬ A handsomely Illustrated weekly Lsntest rtr dilation of any sclentiaa Journal Terms M ft yean four Months L Bold by all newsdealers Scientific Jftnerican Branch Oflloa C35 MUNNCo3B1BfM F Bt Washington I New York V HAEDI1TSBUEG Tetter Sait IUictim and Eczema The Intense itching nnd smarting inci Â¬ B 7 BBAKD President dent to these diseases is instantly allayed WILL MILLXR VIos FihUsbI by applying Chnmherlaius Eyo and II BKARD Cashier Mnny very bad coses Skin Ointment havo been permanently cured by it It Is equally efficient for itching piles nnd I n favorite remedy for sore nipples- OW BEARD -- Dtreetorr chapped hands 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sak vtatton JallT races fctdJay In f wish trains cnnaactlwi at to Ir M ir 18 1st L Si Waisw - looi Supplies y 6E OVERPORT Y t h At fHE EIHLmOKmHHIa WLMHMHHHLMH NBlWa OLOYHRPOHT 1Y JfjSflM 7 THE HOIIDA YS am COLD WEATHER Dress Goods Department 98c In tills line we claim to be Are surely with us and still one sees any number of people with a scarcity of warm clothing upon them Dont wait any longer BUY NOW before the crowds begin to pour in and Every department of our spacious store is well stocked with whiLe the stock is unbroken bright new goods and at such low prices that no one can resist buying Capes and Jackets A neatly made doth cape worth SI now A stylish looklrg cane with fancy work on it city price 2 00 now CO Blankets and Comforts 10 4 Ladies Shoes Wo aro showing a Doogila and glove grain Shoe for Ltdles button or lace not all szes 1 25 value for A real good Dongolalace or buton Shoe In several syle toes for Lidies all good 1 50 goods at Mens and Boys Clothing QKn A serviceable pair of Jeans Pants for working men and well made only the Leaderp and 11 4 Blankets to be had Blanket borders All Wool Only a limited number good colors OUC JKp QOn 70U AA XUV 125 fear no competitor either in styles or prices IS Pieces to select from of Brocade Dreys 28 inches wide all colors 1 OXrt Goods fancy or plain worth 18c and fancy JJJ QQn QQ aOL pair Jeans Pants lined throughout home made a regular 125 article at A real good A A splendid Double Cape fur trimmed and nearlv All Wool regular sdllrg price 3 00 now An extra good article in Blue Green and Black with pleated bark and velvet inlaid one that is worth 5 00 now An unusual gnol jacket that is well made and trimmed we are oiTjrlng nt A nicely made Jieketof giol Biaver coth and the newest Green in color that ia well worth 5 CO now We are oflrlrg an elegant Astrakan Jacket with tlm best lining1 and Mulsh 114 8175 Blanket god colors fmcy border worth St 00 now Pt0 szs 298 250 348 675 20 Pieces Henrietta Dress Goods in all the 38 Irenes widp nearly 1 Qn latest colors LOt all wool Worth 23c We have a splendid assortment of Comforts from 50c to 2 50 that other houses ask 75c to 3 25 for no bett r goo is Xt I OK sells for here at Childs Jacket and Pants that usually 1 25 and 150 at other stores 1 J fWfl Sho left buttons only allBVsS2 00godsat Onlv about 24 pairs of our celebrated colli toe f Kft XUW TOYS TOYS ia Pieces Novelty Drefs Goods 38 Inches wide tli newest things and all wool Worth 35c OKn JO jou Mackintoshes A well made 4 00 Coat that will keep warm aud dry Here at A real good coa well made and strap- ped wool face worth 000 here at thatia worth 10 00 now if you want to tako ndvanngo of these low prices a9 they will n6t hold out Coma now QO Kft QtOJ A and 2 50 Shoes for la Â¬ dles are tho best things to ba had for the money in this or any other town O ir 1 All kinds of small and large articles in 75 108 2 25 very long 5 Pieces All Wool Serge Dress Goods 8 inches wide in Blue and Black Good value at 40c now OK CtL tul We have a splendid line of Children and Misses Shots ranging in price from COc up that lino from the tin dog for 5c to the fin- Â¬ est Dolls in endless variety from tho wee china one at 5c to the finely attired ones for moro monoy hut always at such low prices that it is next to impossible to head us Bring the little ones J Our Stock of Goods in Every Department is Complete in Every Detail - and You Might Go Farther and Fare Worse Strictly One Price All Goods Marked in Plain Figures Cloverport Ky I t3 m Retire the National Bank Notes Fr m the Ne v York Sun I BIGSPRING Mr Doran has the building for his Btore nearly completed GUSTON Miss Maud Adklsson has jmt return- Â¬ ed home from a visit to Lodiburg Mr Forest Gilllland and wife of near Big 8pring visited Mrs Luclnda Stilh Mrs G N Lyddan spent Wednesday night with her mother Mrs Adklsson D Y Lwis and wife Brandenburg spent several days last wetk with their grandfather It J Patteaon MIsj Flora Loeb returns to her home in Vine Groye this week after a very pleasant visit to her Bister Mrs S Loeb James E Munford Misses Ermine and Ella Munford and Miss Maud Adkiseon spent the day with Mis Eva Carrlgan last Sunday Mrs Fred A Bush with her two bright little children of Howel Michigan arrived here last Wednesday to join her husband who is railroad agent here Mr Pierce Hardaway of Bewleyville waaTOiinterjng a very lonesome saunt around our town last Saturday but alasl Pierce she has gone home Our pastor failed to arrive here last Sunday on account ot sickness sq the congregation returned to their respective homes without enjoying the services Preaching here now is ou the first Sun Â¬ day instead of the fourth Some people without cause seem to think that our good EJltor John Bab bage Is not as good a Democrat as he formerly was but for myself I see no difference In John But probably the cause for their kick Is beciuse John hasnt got the free silver hydrophobia in its worse Btngj like soma of the balance of thtir admirers have got it Here is a case of supply and demand which rule governs the price of every- Â¬ thing U L Bell sold to It J Patteson 1 40 one hothead of tobacco per cent which was in very high condition in the pprlng il 1800 Mr Patteson shipped it to the Green IUvor House Louisville and ordered it fold It was put up for site and rejected 11 SO and in a few days it win offired again and r jected at 75 cents this time It J Patteaon then says o Bell it you will pav tbe expanses on that tobacco which was 10 02 when sold you may have it Ball said what do you take tne for A few weeks ago it was put up and sold and the house Bent Mr Patttaou a check for 41 00 clear money Now was it the amount bf mosey In circulation or the amount of tobacco that was on the Louisville breads that set the price ob tble tobacco GLENDEANE Christmas With an Emperor S The Ideal Husband Twenty five Letters T31 s J- - i f - f N fr-A 4 Vl - 14f j fr V i The only currency measure which the Administration is likely to press upon Congress at its coming session is one re pealing the act of May 31 1878 which authorizes the reissue of the old legal ten- der notes whether they come into the Treasury by redemption or otheiwlse separating the gold redempt6i reserve from tho other funds In the Treasury and permitting the reiBsue of demand notes only against gld deposited for their future redemption His doubtful whether a measure of this kind can be passed but if it can be it will place the issue department of the Treasury in a position similar to that of the issue deÂ¬ partment of the Bank of England and deprive the enemies of Government paper money cf all pretext for denounc- Â¬ ing it as an endless chain for deplet Â¬ ing the Treasury of its gold Under it so soon as any considerable amount of Government nott s was sent in for re demption and the gold drawn out for them was shipped abroad the curreucy interest ratts would be contracttd would rise and the ou II iw ot gold would be followed by its return to this country It is desirable however that to si cure to the Treasury the full- - bentfiV of this reform the currency irsuul bytho national banks should be retired as fast as consistent with the vested possible tights of the tbankp and its pluce sup Â¬ plied with Government notes Fortuu tho ately thethutttri of a banks will expire in the ciuiso of tho next ten yearp fcnd those of nearly all These of them in five years thereafter charters should not be renewed and the banks should be required to relncorpor ate themselves under the laws of their resptctlve States relinquishing coui- pletoly the privilege of Issuing vnrrency which oug it never lo have been granted them With bank currency out of the way tl at of the Government woud e bd wluht be have e ft111 to augmented without risk to inert every n quirt nieut of business lrovlslon aso should ba wade for supplying the needs of the Government In case of deflclout revenue by giving the Secretary of tho Troaury authority to borrow money on short dst tl obllga- i nronatlt tha nntv WAV fnr hltll to meet a deficiency is by availing him douhiful powers confe red HMfetoLb 8unptiqnaitoMB40 we t6IIMnBiv under the pretext ot iMtttb but Bids AmI yea toltM for redemption purpose ua what trfuga to which Govern compelled to resort and mpmm yoi Bitot It by tho Oleyeland MV will ever be a blot upon tTlMtf Â¬ Foster Lyons Jr visile I relatives at Custer last Saturday and Sunday Ben ClaikBon and sister Miss Lydia were in Elhubethtown last week Jew Ilarl of Cecilia was here last Sunday tiie guest of Miss Daisy Meador Miss Mayme Medley who has been visiting near Flaherty for several weeks returned home last Friday It v Haskell a blind preacher filled the pulpit at the Baptist church last Saturday eveningand Sunday Mrs lick Oiarkson and little dauehter of EUztbethtown wero here visiting triends and relatives last week Alex McCana and Dave Tdlbott Jr of Eztb thtown were here hunting several days last week and were the guests of Jim Clarkson near here II Meyer shiptd 331 turkejs for Thankeghlrg this firm is doing a bust llng business as Mr Jacobs will retire from tho firm and g ods are being sold cheap Buoklens Arnica Salve world for Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum FeÂ¬ ver Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chil- Â¬ blains Corns and all Skin Eruptions Tiik But Salvu in the and postively cures Piles or no pay re Â¬ quired It is guaranteed to give perfect Bitlfcftictioti or money refuuded Price 25 cents per box Fob Sale by Short Uaynes LODIBURG fevt r iM 0on Keys la Improving rem typhoid and Mrs Sam Koys visited their parents here Sunday Mrs G T and Jacob Pajne are still quite ill wilh typhoid fever Mrs Sarah McGIothlan of Illinois is vlsfling her sister Mru Jane Hardin A M Hardins n sldenca is much im proved by birg beautifully painted Mies Kettle Cashman and Mr Mack Jtobbin of Sample spent Sunday here Ma Mattjo Baalism of Ekron re turned home last Sunday much to the regjet of the young men lAlt MIILKK HJarrltd on Wednesday eyenlrg Nov I at tho home of the bride Mls4 Min Â¬ nie Miller and Mr Jonas Baahaui Amid a number of friends the Iter J O Argabrlght united the happy pair Tbe Thats why KnmtA nrotectlon of the bride wore a wilte a bet roe richly ldfor tbe redemption of trimmed In silk antTlace awl the groom wbM ttwy notes with the retire r n iibuiai in uuurv uinii black May thtir life be loaf awl a rno Wpttfora trlghlorwani perotH arte i the wih of Ihta writer ptDtfbf woney to meet flw other uo MNl Lvm ILua iUBcUikIS Mies AI lUgW Norfolk Va wm noa oilyvUBg Hj currerpy fkf awcti hdM th oiigiuC Mta to tome fright hill burned on tbe feee and nekt totfM tWr pUllM uwt m they PaIu wu inlatly relieved by DnWWi ta IkwoUWuBt eurrenoy Wtlflh HuePSalve which healed tbe f Ml tuftlw truuitt iron Jatu injury without leaving a scar Jt la tbe Uul uw M ihwretiwd iantttepile remedy Short A Haynce Â¬ S K Fefeye Honey ami Tar does not plam rrt wlt wjmt to pteforoa miracle It does not fclalm to cure all caeca 0 enemuptiqn or aethma but it doea eteln to give eete 1 reiki tort la advaaeed eta gas of early theee diseases aad to tamely etagee It W eertalaly wfpth tryia by ttwee alHIeted or tbreateaad with tbeee thread dlmaese A B Fleber Coer- pprt A Hhellman fitepheoaport Gordon A Hayaea PattavUU K JL Witt HrdUMbM ee The Christmas Ladles Home Journal tells how the German Emperor with the Tom Owen of Owensboro is here Mr Alec Eikrldge talks of moving to Empress aud the Royal family spent Christmas Day with their children The town Dr Dempster returned from Louisville article is written by Mr Nagel von Brawe an attache of the Court who was Saturday Mrs Julian Brown was visiting her permitted to be present at the celobra tion last Christmas iu order to write parents last week W O Moorman was in Louisville last this article The pictures were made ou the spot and approved by the Em- Â¬ week buying goods peror Mrs Jeff Oivon has been spending For Pneumonia some time in the country Dr J O Bishop of Agnew Mich Vic Robertson left Saturday to ship a sajs I have used Foleys Honey and lot of Ono cattle from Irvlngton- Tar in three very severe cases of pneu- Â¬ Tiie now Master Mechanic passed monia the pest month with good re- Â¬ down the road one day last week A It Fisher Cloverport R A sult Miss Mary Blanford and Misses Mary Shellman Gordon Stephensport Nellie and Halllo Moorman spent Sun Â¬ Haynes Patesville E A Witt Hardlns day at Falls of Rough guests of Miss burg Mary Peyton Good Old Alother McKinley As these Items are mailed I hear that Louisville Timet Dr Dempster has bought Mr Alveys The probably fatal lllnessofthomoth property in town Mr Alvey will move er of the President comes only after the to the country fullnesiof time and the rtallzatlon of Constable elect Edtridiso and our old earthly hopes carrying with It nothing friend Milt Matheney were among the of the shock and dreadfultusi of premavisitors to hear the Innomlnata last ture death Mother MtKlnley has Friday afternoon years of a useful vlgir had Mr Nail of Big Spring lias taken ous and earnest life tier old rge being made nobly happy by seeing her son possession of Julian Browns store room which he has rented for a year Julian honored with the hgheet honor men may bestow upon a man Pain or tor goes to his farm in tbe country Lan row dots not mar the sereuo end There Fred Moorman of Webster and nle Moorman of Vine Grove are visit- is little of sadness but much sweetness ing here Fred tells us that he will not and a lamhlent glory iu such a life and return to Owensboro but will go to Vine drath Peace with you aud unto you Grove where he takes a position with god Mother McKlnley a dry goods and grocery store It Is easy to catch a cold and just as The first snowfall I How lightly lies easy to get rid of it if ou ovtiiinouce tbe earths soft wrap The gladdened early to use One Minute Cough Cure It colds bronchitis pheu children run out and lift it in their tiny cures corgb flngeis forgetting the cold lu the jojs of monlaauuall thioat and lung troubles thoirplajlng Snow and purity child- Â¬ It is pleasant to take safe to use and Haynes Meet it is that sure to cure Short hood and innocence these young souls enj iy the snow fresh New Winter Schedules Southern Rail from the regions where they picture the Way In Kentucky Master of all things Certain rules made by the men New Winter Schedules of the South Â¬ etranlylrg over at Buck Moormans ern Railway becomes effective December saw set when broken require the of Â¬ 6th 1897 after which time trains will fender to be punished by the application leave Louisville 745 a m 40r p ra of a board or thin short plank a pro and 745 p ra Trains will leave Lexing- Â¬ patter of ton 440 a in 733 a in 420 p ra cess that reminds us of the the shingle or slipper when we were arriving at LouUvlllo 725 a in 1050 a little Stanley Mattingly the oftenest m aud 730 p in Connections will be puplshed walked to Kirk Sunday to made aa usual at Lwrencebutg fur and see If he could get thick padded aults from Harrodtburg and Burgin and at such aa aro not found In Glendenne Varsailles for aud from Midway and Truly The way of the traoigrearar is Georgetown Couuectfons aro made at hard Lexington with trains tor points South Dont be persuaded into buying HnU and at LguUvhle with Hue for the ments without reputation or merits North and West Parlor cars on day Ghamberliaaa Pain Halm coate no more trains and through sleeping car Louis- Â¬ and ita merits have been proven by a ville to Chattanooga on night tralus By this new chango of schedule the reet of maay years Such letters as the Southern Railway train leaviog Louis- Â¬ following from L G Begley Hueaeuie ville 745 a m reached Chattanooga 055 Gal are coaetaatly baiitg received rHHly tor pain 1 have ever p m Atkat 1040 p in and Jackeos The used ia Obareberlalae Pain Balm and I vllW Fl 845 a ra sayeoattr uaig It in niy family for For eouipkte schedule and latorma several year It eutea rb wnMaj tioa apply to neaceat Ticket lame back spralua aad aweUiofp Foe the Southern Ballway or addreea aet d It yfm H Taorto Aaet ale by A K Fiahar Qlo veraort No 810 Foarth Avenue ToattetUeljf A Sheu aa HHuumpaA Â¬ Â¬ Tho enterprising Louisville Post is offering a prise of 5 for the best letter from a woman describing an Ideal Hus- Â¬ band Following is Mrs Sallle J Cains very happy and our Golden Rod conversatlve Ideal not too high nor too low just the sort of a man every good woman ought to have And it shes got one and he dont come up to that stan Â¬ dard its tbe wifes fault Every Ideal husband is just what tho wife makes him Mrs Cain Eays The ideal husband is a comfortable man Ho Is not particularly bland or smiling or over indulgent He is not a liege lord or a servant He does not see everything and he makes allowances for he unexpected He is respectful taking in the circum- Â¬ and rourtecu stances before committing himself in words or actions when things go con- Â¬ trariwise with him He does not steal bis wifes time by coDjQilIng her to do things for him that no has ample time and strength to do for himself to keep her house in order He takes the world and all thlrgi therein for what they are worth and the wife as the sine qui non of tarthly existence He allows his better half the privilege of exercising her own sweet will occaslonaly and credits her with sense enough to take care of herself yet all the while assum- Â¬ ing his God given position in the tear of the Lord The Ideal Wife issue C of Franklin Ky gives his Idea of the Ideal wife My ideal wife is a woman of virtue and M B It may interest our advertisers td know that the satisfactory results ob- Â¬ tained from an ad inserted in the columns of the News is beyond question Tne Nkwi msn happened to be near by a certain gentleman of this town who had just gotten a letter out of the post office He said This is something like twenty flye lette s I have received in rtply to the ad I inserted in the News This was a small ad and was not put in a conpplclous place but it had its V weight For stocking and mittens for the children dye tho wool with putnam Fadeless Dye Scarlet Cardinal or Tur Â¬ key Red Each time you wash them makes them brighter Sold by W E Brown Irvington Jockey Street To pass away a tew hours every Sat- Â¬ urday you should go to River Etreet To jour surprise there will be seen a throng of horses and horse traders It is quite a lively place and amusing to hear the different amounts of lucro offerad to effect a trade The pedigree of the horse must bo told eyes sound perfectly Rate both in harness and under the saddle They assemble on Saturdays and peopla from all parts of the county aro begin Â¬ ning to attend In the fame paper and same WhS FOB WOMANS PECULIAR Un lu deroonitrateilalmost thouund infallible times that It U modesty avoiding even the appearance of evil As much of tho busbinda suc- Â¬ cess depends upon the wife she should be economical to a degrou of stinginess WEAKNESSES She should be neat and industrious should be a good cook and a tidy house- Â¬ keeper She should know how to milk a cow She should be of a cheerful turn of mind with nough temper and spunk to stand up for her just deserts She should bo well educated cordial in her manners lo htr husbands gueitiliu free from all familiarity with any one She should be fond of her husband and en Â¬ tertain the greatest respect for his feel Â¬ ing and wishes hut should not ba too inquisitive about his business affairs She should be reasonably intoreeted in neighborhood gossip but not a great rrader of books She should be a deÂ¬ vout Christian but not an over i aloue church workf r to the n gleet of home be should have uo pets except duties her children and husband should be pretty and reasonably fond of flowcre and music and should know how to re Â¬ model old dressed aad bate Mr Mary Bird Harrlsbaig Pa aaye My child ie worth wIIIWm to mm yet Jt irregularities and derangement has become the leading remedy for this clan of trouble It exerts wonderfully healing strengthen Â¬ ing and soothing InflaeBce upon the menstrual organs It cure whites and falling of the It atop flooding aad reliefs aup- - m ob i greessd and palatal for Okng ot Ltr iiraUo ieUw -- 4 atarlaf rMMrw aocaeakelps to ta tot hlMr - fAlMftian for ear Ml late atreagtbeM uu wkop ajrs toail W1j allUeUd Gardwi Mklr 4v4iUr u r witkia a SMMJ AAfavH bt totttMttOceW tfaMA pVV9VsWPsvHpNsVTVlVMKt aoU tte T r M4hml MM Aat Wl M Iwoaldhave teat her by eroop bad I aot invested twaty nve eenta in a bot Â¬ tle ot Qne Miaut Cough Cure It aorea cougba toida and all throat and J Was vWVaWflQflp MJ JVBQn arHisaa W ii A --i- v --- 8 THK BRROKENRIDQR NKW8 OLOYiBSlRPORT KY i Ota Settlers TarM We are Overstocked Wi Winter Goods And must close them out in the county fiK To do this we will offer you the best bargains Our SHOES are a great bargain as we bought largely LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE and our customers have the benefit WE MAKE ONE PRICE TO ALL and that a low one MILLINERY Wo have a large and complete line of Ladies Walking Hats Ladies Sailor Hats Ladies Trimmed Hats from 76c up Also Misses Children and Babies Hats and Caps You can not help but be astonished at the low prices we make you on this line before the advance and we give you the advantage of this at least 25c to 50c a pair as we do in everything else in our store WE BUY AT THE CLOAKS SACKS CAPES Prom 1 25 to 1500 and not a one but what is worth double what we ask you for It Dont buy until you have seen our line It will pay you and pay you well for the trouble MACKINTOSHES Something nice for Ladies at Worih double 76c to 500 anywhere else Salt 90o barrel Arbuokle Coffee 10c A NO 1 article of green coffee something nice for 10c Something nice for Men at 2 60 to 900 Â¬ per pound We want your BUTTER Always pay the highest market price rm rK 1 your EGGS your CHICKENS ALL THE DRESSED HOGS WE CAN BUY your FURS and In fact all your produce LOOK OUT FOR OUR XMAS AD NEXT WEEK Thoy were two old ploncors of ufjfer HichlgM entertaining tho gullible ro sorters Whea I Mrst came to this region said the veteran who owns a log cabin a flatboat and a turnip patch wo bad a good deal of troablo with bears Theyd como snlffln round the shanty at night and you could go out any morniu and lay in a stock of bear boof Bout tho host luck I over had Was ono lall when I was pokln about just hoyant Jhe clearin I was shovlu abullei homo with an iron ramrod when I see a she bear and threo bubs com in toward mo Thoy boo mo at tho same time and all went up in a row oil tholr hind legs Of course I was naturally eaoited and banged away When tho wnoke cleared thero was them four bears strung on that ramrod and there wasnt a good kick loft in noEte of cat The other entertainer looked troubled for a few seconds but sooa rallied aad looked is honeet as an owL you mus reca Hank he began leek that red cow of mine There was the beatlnest crittor I over see She could kotch moro fish than airy a man in tho settlement She wasnt no ex Â¬ pense cause she could steal a livin the year round Sho could pick a look with her hornB and ole Jim Clay ter swears he see her cllinb a tree after a black bear onco I wont make no aflldavy to that but I know alio used to bring in bear reglor Sho could do moro with them horns of hern than any man could with a riflo Wasnt she a corker Hank I haint spinnln this here yarn Ligo declared tho other pioneer who was plainly jealous but tho only cow you over owned sinco you como up here waBa mooloy Though they aro both old thoy nro as tough as pino knots and it took five minutes to part thorn Tho friendship of years is broken and each declares tho other the prince of liars Detroit Free Press A Convert of the Wheel Podalton used to bo very fond of saying thero is no such thing as perfec- Â¬ tion In firo Yes But that was before he bought Washington Star his now bicycle wmSaWin A Remirkaale CsmfWaftd Kepraef That rVtaNy Cares HflfrWIWtlMfi NtHnaHpftt AIM sVtvff SMtHf Nervsas sHmmm Say That It Has a Cleve rsert Steetfily ritertaelH Sale vriMa ADDISON Mi DICK Lost Addison ky IB rTVTymmj3r3Farcyj3rajG n iflniBr TTir n i nfiJjfr ISews 8 1897 B NOT ALWAYS UNDERSTOOD Breckenridge WEDNESDAY DECEMBER JOLLY LITTLE JAPS THE FOR HOMtt MADE CHRISTMAS PRESENTS DOLLS UTILIZED Dn LT Hii CroP 1 5 h m O Ilallct Dancer Shaving Taper Case That It Just Too Cuto For Anything A Fan tastlo 1enwlper and lllottlug lad Makes an Acceptable Gift As tho holidays draw near thcro is a great tlcniund for novelties especially for thoso that can bo inado at homo XX Many have lost confldenco and hope as well as health because they have been told their Kidney disease was in- Â¬ curable Foleys Kidney Cure Is a guar- Â¬ anteed remedy for the discouraged and disconsolate A R Fisher Cloverport R A Shellman 6tephensport Gordon Haynes Patesville E A Witt Har dlnsburg Mrs Creamer accompauied by Mr Powell spent Sunday with Mrs Joe FOR THE DRESSING TABLE A nine Box Makes a Pretty and Accept Vli NG Seymour PINCUSHIONS Pretty Christmas Presents That Are Has to Make A Christmas gift that will bo appre- Â¬ ciated by almost any of your friends is a doll pincushion This is easily mado by taking a dolls head and building about it a cushion of lambs wool An empty cotton spool is used as a pedestal for tho head to rest upon and tho wool is laid about it Ovor this is drawn a covering of satin in any color cut bias and pasted over tho edgo of a round bottom of cardboard Tho scam in front is concealed by a strip of tinsel braid Tho top of tho satin is gathered in tightly about the neck of tho head which is ornamented with a fanoy tur- Â¬ ban having a soft crown of whito satin with a band of the color like tho cush- Â¬ ion Tho band is decorated with rows of pearl beads and has a gilt crescent at tho front Tho lower edgo of tho cush Â¬ ion is finished with a flno silk cord and over tho cardboard bottom is pasted a pioco of fancy paper which is trimmed off oven with tho card Other cushions have tho heads orna- Â¬ mented with caps of different national- Â¬ ities such as tho Russian Swiss or Ital- Â¬ ian peasant or littlo monks hoods and toboggan caps Hanging pin bolls are Prt - i i 6 then in tho back and is tied in n bow in tho ccutw A loop nf bo ribbon is then sewed to tho crosspieco by which to hang it up Hand Tainted Present gP Two useful and dainty gifts which can bo easily mado by tho aicrago bright American girl aro hero described At a Japancso etoro that homo of pretty things within tho reach of tho most slender parses can bo purchased for the sum of 10 cents a lifcliko little head with n fringe of wiry black hair protruding from under a paper disk In tho center of this is a hole through which a duster is intended to bo slipped but a very fantastic penwiper nud blotter combined may bo readily inado instead Cut two circular pieces of cha- Â¬ mois of two contrasting colors every desirable shado can now bo obtained in this leather tho model was mado of yollow and royal purplo and haying pinked tho edges gather in a bunch from tho center and fasten with a bit of wiro to a burned match Slip tho match through tho opening fu tho top of tho head until it rests crosswi50 insido thus fixing tho penwiper firmly in place Now cut six squares of blotting paper of thu wmo color as tho dmfiois and lay them alternately ouo odjjjpgp of nuothcr then cut a circlo of chamois an inch and a half in dlametor and lay in tho center of tho topmost ploco of blotting paper Toko tho head mako a hole in each sido of tho neck and thread ing n largo needle with baby ribbon pass it from tho chamois on top through tho last sheet of blotting paper and then back again this timo passing through the holo in tho sido of tho neck Now tako tho two ends of tho ribbon and tie first in a firm knot and then in n dainty littlo bow Having mado u similar bow on tho other sido tho novel littlo gift is finished Tho ribbon used must of courso bo of tho samo color as tho chamois Another pretty present Is a Japancso ballet dancer shaving paper caso An ordinary Japancso doll about ten inches high is used for this novel littlo dancer Having disrobed tho victim of its nativo gown proceed to array it In crapo tis euo paper Tho ono in question was dressed in light blno tho ribbon used ueing black Tho trousers which roach just to tho end of tho unsightly brown muslin and tho beginning of tho pink knoo aro cut from an oblong pioco of tissuo paper Bowed up tho conter and shirred at tho bottom of each leg to form a ruffle A waist is out from a straight pioco with two holos cut for tho arms Into which is Bowed a plain straight sleovo shirred at tho end to form a ru 11 0 This is creased around tho center to mako the wheclllke effect shown in tho illustration The waist is then shirred around the nock about half an Inch from tho top to form a ruffled collar For tho skirt out 20 circles about 4 inches in diameter and notch thoir edges fold in half and then again in quarters without creasing them Thread theso through tho pointed end on a strong pieco of linen cord and tying tho cord tlghtly round tho waiit of tho doll pnsii tho frills until thoy stand out evenly all around A ribbon is then passed round tho wajflt crossed in front Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ How many oxquisito littlo holiday gifts ono can preparo if sho can paint I A fancy greatly appreciated by ono who cannot paint is this Tako a satin rib- Â¬ bon from threo to four inches wide havo it long enough to tio in a hand some bow fringe tho ends and then abovo this paint a tasteful design Flowers aro perhaps prottler than any- Â¬ thing else but I saw ono with a tiny laudscapo painted upon It with such delicoto touches that it was lovely These bows are to be used as adorn ments for snfu arms or backs or to put upon tho left hand corner of a chair Â¬ Â¬ ing tablo is a tiny heart shaped ring box mado of palo bluo satin Cut y four heart shaped U JV pieces from thin and cardboard rf f covor throe 01 thorn with satin Tho fourth ploco for tho cover should bo em Â¬ broidered with forgot mo nots and a layer of cotton wadding inserted between tho satin and card- Â¬ board Sow tho covered pieces together so as to mako two double faced cards Cut an inch wido strip of limber card- Â¬ board and covor it with satin Then beÂ¬ ginning at tho indonted place in the bottom cord overhand the narrow strip to it and sow up tho scam at tho side Fasten tho cover firmly to the box thus formed and sow a tiny loop of bluo ribbon to tho pointed end to open tho box able Christmas Present A dainty addition to a womans dress Â¬ F- V J Â¬ with A Christmas Hint A pretty hanging letter holder is uao ful for tho desk and is easily mado The back is cut from cardboard fancifully shaded and covored with plain silk elaborately embroidered with flowers in embroidery silk To this section is at taohod a pocket of bright figured silk gathered 11 oar tho top to form a frill and finished at tho bottom with silk tassels Tho holder is ornamented at top and sides by rows of wido satin or silk ribbon Coughs and colds In Untnnlvil a not serious maladies The most trivial cough or cold If neglected may lead to asthma bronchitis or consumption Tho right timo to treat a cough or cold Is right away Djlay means danger Dr Bells Is a quick cure a surd cure and a said cure Drug Â¬ gists fell it y A fact often overlooked or not always understood is that women suffer as much from distressing kidney and bladder troubles as the men The womb is situated back of and very close to the Madder and for that reason any distress disease or inconvenience manifested in the kldneyp babk bladder or urinary paesagp Is often by mistake attributed to female weaknesn or womb trouble of some Bort The error is easily made and may be as easily avoided by settirg urine aside for twenty four hours a sediment or settling Is evidence that your kidneys and blad- Â¬ der need doctoring If you have pain or dull aching in the back pass water too frequently or scanty supply with smart- Â¬ ing or burnlrg these are also convincing proofs of kldnoy trouble If you have doctored without benefit try Dr Kilmers Swamp Root the great kldnoy remedy The mild and the extraordinary effect will surprise j ou It stands the highest for iu wondeiful cures It you tako a medicine you should take the best At druggists fifty cents and one dollar You may have a sample bottle and pamphlet both sent free by mall Mention Tub Bbkckknbidqk News and Co send your address to Dr Kilmer Binghamton N Y The proprietors of this paper guaranteo the genuineness of this offer Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Physicians proscribe It That Is one of the eevoral remarkable tillage about Ialses celery compound that distinguish It from other advertjeed remedies n Another noteworthy point about this compound Is that It was discovered by Irof Phetpe LL D of Dartmouth Col- Â¬ lege one of the ablest physicians and surge ns of the country Prof Phelps was aided in his wotk by Col M K Paine the well known com Â¬ pounding chemist and Palnes celery compound took lis name from the atter The result of their labors was a scien Â¬ tific common sense remedy for those diseases and troables that result from weakened nerves and overstrained mind It is not a sarsaparllla bitters or mere stimulant but a true food for the nervt s and brain and is rightly regarded by both the medical nrdfesslon and the pub-Â¬ lic as an unequalled system regulator But perhaps tho meet remarkable feature in connection with this com- Â¬ pound Is that its fur inula is freely fur- Â¬ nished to reputable physician and for that reason perbap they have special confidence in prescribing It knowing it to be harmless as well as useful Such mon as Dr J II Hanaford the well known medical authority and in Â¬ vestigator Atub Llveiey Jf D who is editor of several medical journals and Dr A W K Newton the skilful sur- Â¬ geon endorse Paines celery compound with words of moet positive prals and prescribe It for rheumatism neuragta and all diseases that result from a weak- Â¬ ened and Impoverished condition of the nerves and blood Inquiries among the local drug trade elicit the Information that this compound is meeting with an increasing sale and that those of their customers who have used It are highly pleased with the re Â¬ sults and invariable spi ak of it in the highest terms It Is particularly pleasing at this time to know that thero is a remedy that cures rheumatism when the sufferer is within reach of human aid In two or three icetancts as the News man learned from those who had used the compound the result was almost miraculous restor- Â¬ ing to health men and women who bad been confined to the house for mouths and enabling thrm to walk without the aid of crutches agent for the CIncli -Cooperage Company purchased some weeks agi in Meade county tim- Â¬ ber land to the amount of 800 The gentleman of whom he bought was somewhat particular as to the kind of money he would get Mr Marlow ten dered the amount In check paper and stiver money but he wouldnt be satis-Â¬ fied with anythine except the yellow stuff and he git it M V Marlow Leprosy is au exclusively human dis ease It is not inooulable to animals It is novcr of spontaneous origin but is in variably derived from M lesions or se cretions of a person similarly aiseasm Its development in a country previmNn exonipt irom hi aiaease mnyyuwujp traced to its Importation la of a leper from an infected 01 know nothing definitely of the infection or the cnaaneia of entrance through which the baeillaa naina aopees to the organism whether by direct eon tact by inhalation or Imbibition of the Ob Â¬ gorms or by other intermediaries servation proves conclusively that every leper is n possible source of danger to all with whom he stay come into Inti mate and prolonged oontaet Dr Prince A Morrow in North American Review Â¬ Re VaTored the Idea he said as he kid down the paper you ought to read that ad dress by Mrs Mouser the eminent leo turor on womans work She says that whenever a wife gets angry she should stop and earefully consider the matter for ten minutes before saying a word to her husband Thats a grand idea My dear And where will you bo when I be Â¬ gin talking Oh I dont know somewhere down town I presume bat dont let ihat in Â¬ terfere with yon at all And she was bo mad that she didnt say a word for the full time limit Chicago Times Herald Bearded Belles of Aaoieat Borne Among tho Roman women at one pe- Â¬ riod there was a morbid ambition to grow beards and they used to shave thoir faces and smear them with un- Â¬ guents to produce these inappropriate ap Â¬ pendages Cicero tolls us that at sue time to such an extent did the mania for beards grow upon women that it was found desirable to pass a law against the adornment San Fran- Â¬ cisco Chronicle The streets of Cloverport were throngh ed with people Monday from almost every where The prevaillrg good weatherbringi the farmer out All of the merchants were enjoying a good trade It s eh I consider it so P O CO What We DO Do i co CO CO o We do good printing In act we do Ihe I EST printing that can be done and we charge 7011 no mere lhan some fellow who dres a bad job and knocks off half because he made a bad lob of it We tale as much patntwitha froojob aswedo with a f 1 000 job GIVE US A TRIAL nati NEWS FO RYOURADSi THE IT PAYS CO CO CO What We Dont DO dont do poor printing be cauie we have po pror printers We drnt or poor material turn out a job that will not We dont stand criticism We CO s CO buck Another artido upon which tho brush may bo used to advantage is tho covering of a flue netillo pillow Tho latest novelty in shape is that of a thuff half tho cover to bo of palo pink tho other hnlf of palo green Tho cuds woro tied with bows of pink and green ribbons Tho decoration was a branch of pin Â¬ EMZAnirrii N J Oct 10 1890 Duos Dear Sirs Please accept ray thanks for your iavor In the gift of a bottle of Cream Halra Let me say I havo uied it for years and can thoroughly recommend it for what it claims if di rectioni are lollowed Yours truly Rev II W Hathaway No clergyman should be without It Cream Btlrn Is kept by nil druggists Full sin 60j Trial sze 10 cents We mall It ELY BROS 50 Warren St N Y City Ely holds tho pad to tho cover which has a bow at tho top to correspond Attached to tho upper and under sides aro lo of leather for holding pea and per and for binding the eoTera togetlier For the Writing Desk A handsome case for a writing pad is of whito linen mountod on a pasteboard foundation 13 by 8 inches Tho front is daiutily decorated with pink clover done in water colors and a pink moiro ribbon est to the volublo discourse of a well known Irish enthusiast who spent much of his timo travoling about Eng Â¬ land and enlightening the English mind on tho subject of popish errors especial- Â¬ ly in Ireland After dinner Hartley re quested to bo presented to a man so re Â¬ markable On tho presentation he took tho far famed traveler and pbilosophor by the arm whilo a fow of tho guests gathered around and addressed him with awful solemnity Sir thero aro two great ovils in Ireland Thcro are indeed sir replied tho Irish guest Tho but pleaso to name them first rosumed Hartley is popery I It is said tho othor but how won- Â¬ derful that you should havo discovered that Now tell me what is the second great evil Protestantism I was Hartleys reply in a voico of thunder as he ran away screaming with laugh- Â¬ ter His new acquaintance remained panlo stricken Recollections of Au Â¬ brey de Vere Â¬ The Troubles of Ireland On ono occasion Hortloy Coleridge had listened with deep apparent inter- Â¬ Prosperity comec quickest to the man whose liver is In good condition De Witts Little Etrly Risers are famous little pills for constipation biliousness indig etlon and all stomach and liver troubles Short Haynes Js o chsrge any more than the very best houses chsrge and not as much as srme of them do Jobtdelivered when piomlted CD GIVE US A TRIAL toe 333S The Yeakels Will do the Right Thing During Christmas THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE A Wichita Kan Doo J J R King who live lit mile west of Chelsea J T went down to the river hunting Ho heard a crackling noise in the bushoa behind him and turning saw a nude woman Hir features were those of maniao He succeeded in getting her away und the womnn was locked ap She has thn appearance of being of Spanish or Mexican descent and ii very tiAantifnl Wild Wumitn IlUcnivre I by n Hunter Rheumatism most convenient for a bathroom and bunohes of vegetables such as carrots radishes beots or tho liko aro quito ornamental to hang bosido tho dressing caso Theso aro made of linen or satin stuffed in tho shapo of tho vegotablo it imitates and then colored with water color paint Threads of coarso linen aro drawn through irregularly to imitato tho roots and tho bunch of six or sovcu cushions is suspended by baby ribbons of unovon lengths Tho largo ornamental pincushions aro mado as elaborately as possible and ono of the handsomest examples is satin covered with a top of ombroidorod tin sol net and a frill of tinsel lace put around to round off tho corners Bunch esof tasto ribbon aro placed hero and thoro Another largo cushion in yellow satin has a centerplooo of oriental embroidery bordered with a ring tassol fringe In yellow under which Is placed a rufllo of fine oriental lace This cen terploco Is put on reversely to the square of tho cushion and tho corners are filled in with ribboa bows which require tbrep quartors of a yard of ribbon for Is a blood dlseasenndonly a blood reme Â¬ dy can cure it So many people make the mistake of taking remedies which at best arc only tonka and cannot possi bly reach their trouble Mr Asa Smith Greencastle Indiaua says1 For years I have suffered with Sciatic Rheuma Â¬ tism which the best physicians were un Â¬ able to relieve I took many patent medicines but they did not teem to reach my trouble I gradually grew worse until I was un able to take my food or handle myself in any way I was abso- Â¬ lutely helpless Three bottles of SSS reÂ¬ lieved me so that I was soon able to move my right arm before long I coald walk across the room and when I liml Intshcil one dozen bottles was cured f upktely and am as well ae ever I o elgh 170 Â¬ Santa Glaus You are Invited Is There GEO YEAKEL Lung Troubles Mi CoMUiatlM Cured Can be Ah Eminent New York Chewlst and Scien- S CO Â¬ Brandenburg Ky tist Makea a Free Offer to Our Readers Â¬ VJtSi9XiS9 Oil HowThankful Pain Was Maddonlns end Hope Had Been Abandono J - Wonder- Â¬ ful Results of Purifying tho Clood A very severe pain came ii my left knee which grew worse and worse and finally a sore broke out abovo tho knee It discharged a great deal and tho pain from my thigh down win maddening Large hard purple spots uppcared on my leg I suffered in this way for years and gavo up all hope o over being cured My wife was reading of a case llko mine cured by Hoods BarsaparUU and she advised me to 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