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E3 W VOU XXII k1B5 ALOa THfe NRWS THATS FIT TO PRINT ttlat Joartiey ihq drew a nccp sign ot re- Â¬ fne HUNG IN Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ mfm NO 22 BEWLEYVILLE 10 CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER as no was attcr tho enemy no roce to tne bank of tho rlvor where the work was go ing on and with on oath ho pried out d nonseirso Bring up Stop this d Hurry em up hore thoso wagons In IS minutes tho boxes Imd been taken In IB more n string off tho army wagons of them wore fastened together and floating In a Una across tho stream In two hours tho wholo command was on the other side Aged crossing by means of this improvised bridge That was John Logan for all the world- Walter Welluam i 15 1897 SCHEME TO HELP CUBA A New Journal Plans a tering Expedition Filibus- Â¬ BRANDENBURG Mr nnd Mm Gougli wt re iu Louisville week MIbb WOULD PRECIPITATE A CRISIS last 86 Such Action Would Involve the Unit- Â¬ ed Stale In War With Sunday morning and evenlrg Mr and Mrs Cbas Drury spent Satur day and Sunday with Mrs John FiaVes What a Few American Guns Could do lhe stores are chock full of beauti- Â¬ ful Christmas novelties Come and see In Cuba New Statues In them Washington Frank Ditto Jr has tnovi d his fauil y on West Hill to the cottage ni xt to Wm Spain Watkins of Louisville la a guest of Mr and Mrs Bennett Mrs Wm Rhodes is able to be out and looks much better Mr Hepson preached as usual laJ MiIntlrea WASHINGTON Doolt When Spoolnl It was proposed by tho owner of a big NeW York nowspapcr toorgnnlzo an expedition tor tho purposo of fighting for Cuba most They said It was a mere people smiled advertising echemo nnd could not result in anything of a tnnglblo nature But I And the men who are familiar with Cuba and tho situation which prevails thoro not so Incredulous It certainly would bo a dramatic performance if an American newspaper woro to organlzo an expedition of armed men that should march through the Island defeating tho Spanish and giv- Â¬ ing encouragement to tho Insurgent causo I was talking about this with an array officer who knows Cuba pretty well and what ho said was very interesting Strango as it may seem said this army officer I believe- a thousand Amer- Â¬ icans from tho western country sharpshooters with tho rlflo and experienced In Indian lighting would march through Cuba from ono end to the other I bo llovo furthermore that if such a troop were sent out and wcro supported by tho insurgents as it would bo great rosulta would follow In tho first plnco these They would fight men would be fighters Tbey would bring in Amorlcan fashion to boar against tho Spanish coolness pre- Â¬ cision courngo strategy If thoy did not accomplish so very luueh from tho military point of vlow thoy would certainly stir up tho diplomatic world Land such a party of armed Americana In Cuba and Spain would go wild Sho would loso her Sho would demand all sorts of head things from the JJnlted States and tho result in all probability would bo an in- Â¬ ternational row If the newspaper in question sends ou bo armed expedition I suppose it will bo with this result in mind What an advertisement that would mako Â¬ Â¬ K7W tVi for the enterprising paper I E Spain Weakn Every military authority in tho world Spain has not quelled tho Js surprised that this continued this army rotolllon before oflioer If Spain had tho proper sort of fighting material sho could put down tho revolt in short ordor Does It not Boem strange that tho diplomatic world should bo stlrrod up and tho poaco of two such nations as tho United States and Spain bo endangered by a Uttlo ono horso rebellion whloh In all probability 3000 American troops would wlpo out in GO days It I the opinion of most military authorities that our regular army or the troops of England or Germany would put an end to tho Cuban rebellion in two or three months Tho troublo Is that tho Spanish Thoy w HI troops fight only In platoons not adopt tho method of warfaro which alono can produce results under tho con- dltlons which provall Do you suppose Qonoral Gomezs scat- Â¬ tered bands could withstand such fighting as that whloh tho English did at Darkul ridge or suoh warfare as that which our troops havo time and again been compelled to wago against tho Sioux tho Mo England or No docs and the Apaches tbo United States would havo brought tho troublo to an end long boforo this The Spanish soldiers appear to bo all right but tbey lock leadership We hear in Washington that Spain would havo a good deal better chance to succeed if her gov- Â¬ ernment would suppress every cafo In tho island Tho Spanish officer do not caro to got far away from tho cafos Thoy enjoy themselves too well If thoy make a Uttlo sally out into the wild country tbey turn book in a day or two to have a good time at tho town Amorlcan or English soldiers would follow up a troll till thoy got what they were after If necessary they wquld tako their kits oil their books live on tho country and penotrato tho very fastnesses Just as we had to do in Indian fighting and as the English havo to do In fighting tho tribesmen on tho frontlor of Â¬ Â¬ h k u fc India Speaking of fighting men reminds me that wo are now erecting in Washington statues to two famous American military heroes A statuo of General Shormnn it soon to be put up just south o tho troas- ury department near the Whito IIouso while Ou fine figure of General Igan la about ready to mako its eppcaranco In the center of beautiful Iowa cirolo in tho fash Â¬ ionable realdenco part of tho city Merit ef Shrmaa and A retired army officer told me tho othor day a couple of good stork concerning these two military twees who are soon to be honored la KMwWeawd bfouze at the capital of their country Ia V - my QlfV l Wall he was tho bluff said tho officer eat old fellow you ever saw lie had a way when people started to enter his oMaa probably for the purposo of asking a favor at snorting out at them j Take am away I am too busy to see any one Let tuo alone One day I was la General Shermans Wee and I witnessed a performance Ilka tfett After quiet had been restored I saWt Sherman I know you through a4 through You ae an oM bluffer You aeara people off when they aw at mm lent th but when tbey je to you they Tow are a bluffer Awt ye soft and UaV what you are a4 undirntwth the swaaaaa you hae a heart aa sett as awontr Did you know okl fleneaal Sherman ans 7 Juatf It Youve hit It re Â¬ plied Mmmmn Its true I admit It Thats why I try to scare em off If they got to mw I am a goner no matter what tfeey want whether leniency ttf an aOaaJic or a aubeerJjo for a rtarvtotg aaftsy other story was charactcrlstle of Logaa His aomiuauu wiuia on i Moa eaMi to a rivsr Thre It aisMHch Mt w wurK to nulla iLMa -t It VLia plauawan -a ysaapfB as ir it wouiu ieaa toeui a ooupw army to gat the atruMNra up so tho f Uu MUM waf ma aurry aw thi - alstl-irttt- H II Harrington will move in a few days into the Itawllnge property which he lias bought Moorman Hardaway Was the gust of one 01 the handsomest glrlsjn the state aud she llvi a here Mr aud Mrs J K Ditto Mr and Mr A I irifin Ditto Jr spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs W D Howard T m Nkws was a real liye huatling holiday Courier of items last weekl The correspond nts and readers have just na o i to be proud of It Mib8 Agnes Worland Is convalescing nlrely and steadily She had a tttrean of calleri last Kundayto congratuate her i upou hi r improved condition M S uliz filled the pulpit at t p BjptSt clmicli last Sunday aud give a most couifortiig termon Bro Jenkins ljiaiViug una meeting at Cecilia with great ttui ms Miss Uiadley will bnak the bottle Much a do about over the Kemuckian nothing Lt it be baptlcd with hydrogen and oxygen Instead of Hour bon orcliampalgu Father Wlftlen had service at the Cttliolic church last Sunday aud baptz ed the infant children of Mr and Mrs Henry Malin Mr and Mrs Ed Yakel aud Mr and Mrs Charlie Bennett Dick Wiliett the incoming Circuit Clnk has bought the iome of Mr J D Haidiu and it Is tsald the bird is aso selected and ready to ily to her cage with the joung clerk Misa Eeflnor B Uendrick spent last Suuilttwith me aud gave me a glowii g description of lur delightful visit to Miss Nannie Uia diear of Cloverport Ella is a rhartniug whole soul girl and warm in her friendship Golden Bod Is right about that congenial corner on West Main Frukes Oasptrki D iwden autl Brown But a little higher up is just as congenial Ditto powdy Duncan atruwpheie Howard and Uiiniul We have no Carrie D s all Curirtinas trio at the Baptist church the 24th Cantata at Court house the 23rl entertainment at the Methodist cliutch the 2Hh at night It never rains In Braudeubuig uulesa there is a bristmaa week will be full d w pour Come o i and e Jy the festivities aiid prepare fur a long dull season after the holidays Mr and Mra R II N vitt HHtatned a icreat lots last week when their faithful kind cook Aunt Dinah laid down her shtavisaud was gathered unexpectedly to her rt ward She died in the night ol heart trouble She had been In the family for eighteen yeats The children w re all duvottid to her She was laid o reat iu a most tender gentle uiapner and A I gathered to show nxpect to a faith- Â¬ ful soul Talking over the telephone evidently Is not satisfactory juig ng from the an Â¬ nouncement of Cantatas in laat iarae Anyhow the i ntertainment will be Dec 23 dr instead of 2 h Thunday hours 8 to 10 We ave changed on account of the Christmas tree at the Baptist church ou the 24th The Can UUb will be given at the Court housx by the musc pupils Cime early and aa the h ginning Five dollar for the beet d aerlptioa of an Ideal wither an idtal httabaud in the PgB ii ttta Kveidug ftist Every man that lV a th wife with spontaneous rjt cuUivated riapowlve love liaahia Iilea of an hieat eonipanloii very woman who glwa a taan warm tru reaonaive love baa wet ker Ideal Will ower ha little to do with loye L te goecr where Itle atilLlueatd love learning to love la all iaUda wl Tele pathic ooiiHiiiHita l Iavlwg or as afOil and water will not mix affl finity ntty is what cormiitntee an liteal eoca a panlnu A woaian who la beok lover a 1V r ol taaale wiMt aaer a aowpanlon who fa owgnalal ami who eaa b tbfa taatei anu fWiaga wittt bar Whew ah meets hlmbef aatara invlwMrily goea out to bl km bi It ber Whaaevwi a man or woatan atarta out to hwat a oomi anion bappiiaaa rarely ever reaulta from Um hs1b Many at itutrrWdbat not aaatfd So many good wen hava got aosaebody alaaa wile or latedd for another no roany tru good women are yoktjtl to a pernor Gott created toraaotbar hadlvl dual Henoe dim dlvoraea r olH A woumm ol aaatl Ubt of unhappiROSH BMAt living with a man of a aold pblag gtatk Waapranpm Mlaaryl or vioe teraa Marry aAoitiee a4 tba KUal Â¬ -Â¬ -- rttd my tea will follow lfowMrBdltorploaMHd ma Bve oollara for yowknow tbla W the Um pbikMopby ol m idaoi wosVlod Ufa lief as She stepped upon the depot plati form of her beloved Canton once again Especially since the death of her hus- band Nov 24 1802 her children hnvo beeu most devoted to hor Not a day passed in Canton when he was there but that William MoKinley wont to see her Abner the youngest child who lfves in New York was constantly sur Â¬ Mother of the President prising hia mother by dropping in on her and he never passed through Clove laud which ho frequently bad occasion Passes Peacefully to do but that h made the further Away The and went to Canton ancan family have always been com- ing and going between Cleveland and Canton and Miss Helen MoKinley wai itself to her mother It was Her Pure Spirit Took Its Heavenly devotion an especially affectionate family For son William Mother MoKinley her Flight And Joined the Angels had a devoted affection whloh was re turned with real and earnestness Qreat White Throne Before the wrjloh only those who knew the man and realise the greatness of his loving T heart can understand Her hope for William was that he GREW WEAKER TO THE END might be a minister of the gospel and In her simple God fearing way she said when he was elected to the high est office the country could give him had this that she that Canton O Deo 13 Mrs Nancy president had could do hope but deal as of he a great Allison MoKinley tho aged mother of good the president died shortly after 2 Mrs MoKinley was adevoutOhristian oclock Sunday morning Almost two woman and a good Methodist When weeks had elapsed since the stroke of her health permitted she always went paralysis which was at once pro to church on Sunday morning She nounced fatal and tho wonderful belonged to the First MethodUt ohurbh vitality which had kept death at bay so Another notable abaractpriitio was tier Until the health long had delnded tho friends and rela Â¬ extremely robust she final illness came was rarely ill tives into the belief that the aged VASHINGJON FROM COMING womah might perhaps recover dosplte tho Tediot of her physician But un Soma mt the Cabin I Mcmbert Will At Â¬ mistakablo signs of approaohing dissolu- Â¬ tend Mrs MoKlnlj Fnatrat tion vjere seen early Saturday morning Washington Deo 13 All the mom and at nightfall it was evident that bers of the cabinet whose official duties death must come before morning will permit their leaving Washington TW demise of Mrs MoKinley was at this time will start for Canton this painless All night long the mombers evening to attend the funeral of Mrs of the family wore watching and wait Â¬ MoKinley The Jarty will iuoludo ing for tho time of dissolution From Secretaries Alger Bliss Wilson and II oqlock until the time of death the Gary Attorney General MoKcnna and M oKtnloy houso was quiet and shrouded is feeliju a stillness that was snggestlve of tho Secretory Sherman if the latter mournful scenes within the walls No ing well enough to make the trip Â¬ response could be obtained by messen Â¬ Secretaries Long and Gage aro degers or reporters wh6 sought ln Tain for tained in Washington by pressing denews Shortly before midnight the at Â¬ partmental duties Vice President Ho tendants discovered what were thought bart will also remain here his presenco to bo certain signs of dissolution The being necessary as the presiding officer foot was communicated to the inmates of the senate The ladles of the party Mrs McKenna Mra Gary Mrs of the household who had gone to their will be and Mrs Porter Tho arrange- Â¬ rooms but had not retired for the night Alger Around the deathbed when the final ments for the journey aro being made scene was enacted yrtn President Mo- Â¬ here by Mr Porter secretary to the Kinley his wife Mr Abner MoKinley president The party will have two private cars Mrs Duncan and Miss Helen MoKinley children of the aged woman Tho aged at their disposal Thoy will leave Washington at 719 a m over the sister waa there Mrs Abigail Oobcnae tho orjly one of the Allison family now Pennsylvania railroads reaching Canton living Mra Bowman of Lorain Misses about 10 oclock tomorrow After an Grace and Mnbol MoKlnlov Jarne Mo Â¬ informal luncheon and a brief rest the party will attend the fnneral servlcos Kinley Miss Duncan and Jaik Duncan grandchildren wore all in the sad party and return by the evening train for that witnessed the lost scene in the Washington The presidents oar will gentle life The president and his wife probably be added to the train and he remained at the bedside for an hour will return at once to the White Houe The president on his return will de aftor the end but by 4 oclock every vote himself to disposing of tho large member of the family had retired The funeral sorvices over the remains amount of rpatine business whloh has will bo held in the First Methodist accumulated iTMs absence and will re Â¬ Episcopal church of this city at 1 ceive no callers for the remainder ot the oclock Tuesday afternoon Interment week Just what effect ho death of the will follow in West Lawn cemetery just west of the citr and Tuesday nresidents mother will have upon tho evening President McKlnloy aaeVvife social erpntft teWrlal eirekafocthe and officials from Washington who att rematattororttMi winter an imnostiwe Â¬ tend the funeral will leave for the oap to say the matter being left iu abey ital reaching there about noon Wednes- Â¬ ance until tho president return day GERMAN CHINESE TROUBLE SETTLED The mother of President MoKinley Nearly Nanoy Allison MoKinley was a native China SnrrmwUr to German Krerythlng Atkel For of Ohio She was s bora is 1809 on a Pekin Dec 13 The German-Chines- e farm near New Lisbon Her fathers difficulty is practically settled name was Abner Allison and that of her mother before marriage Ann Camp- Â¬ Tho Germans refuse to discuss the ocbell Those two were married in 1708 cupation of Kiao Chou bay the gov Tho Allison familyon emigrating early ernor of Shan Tung province has been from England sottlod in Virginia but removed from office but- will not be later the branoh ffrom which Abner any further degraded no monopoly of Allison sprang located in Green county Pa Mr and Mrs Abner Allison were initios and railroads is conoeded to pioneers iu early Ohio life coming to Germany but that country is given this stato from Pennsylvania when the preference Finally the area immedi present century was young They trav- Â¬ ately surrounding Kiao Chou bay is set Mrs Allison apart exclusively for Germany eled by paok horses China carried in her arms her then youngest yields on all other points t child The Germans are extending the area It was not until thev were located on of occupation at Kiao Chou and now the farm near New Lisbon that Nancy control 400 square miles They havo Camnbell Allison destined to be the arranged a German administration add mother of a future president of the are already collecting dutles- United States was bornj She was six th Great Britain agrees not to oppose in a family of 10 children equally di Â¬ German vs occupation of Kiao Chou in vided five and Ave a to sex return for Germanys promiso not to There was little out of the common interfere in tho Egyptian question in the childhood and girlhood of Nanoy SISTER ANTHONY DEAD Alllsqn During the years when she was growing up ler parents left the Noted Meter of Charily and Ktwj Nurse farmftndwent to New Lisbon to live Has Fasted Away It was in that village in 1827 that Cincinnati Deo 10 Sister Anthony Nanoy Allison and the older William for many years mother superior at the MoKinley were united in marrage From that time forward Mrs MoKin- Â¬ Good Samaritan hospital this city is ley s life waa devoted to her husband dead at St Josephs asylum in Nor and ber children Home and church wood aged 82 Her namo was Anreceived her undivided attention and thony OConnell and her birthplaoe her aim in life waa to bring up her chil- Â¬ Limerick Ireland When a child she dren God fearing men and women Be Â¬ fore tthe hand of death was laid upon came with her parents to the stato of this good womin she had passed Maine Iu 18S6 at the age of 20 she entered through mBeb suffering whloh she bravely bore Fiye of the nine children tho Roman Catholio crdor of Sisters of who had been born to her preceded her Charity at Emmettsbnrg Md inwhlch In death and her hved husband passed she became diatingnished in after life awarfive years pgo The first child Daring the civil war she was conspicu- Â¬ ous in the hospital rervice notably at was pavld Allison McKfnley the sec ond Ann MoKinley the third James Nashville The Good Samaritan hospi- Â¬ tal in this city became widely known MeKinley and the fourth Mary McKin lev All of these are now dead The aa Sister Anthonys hospital Sho was fifth child was Helen Minerva MoKin a woman of universally acknowledged ley She still lives and was with ber ability toother in Canton when the venerable Boye Madly Burned lady was strioken with paralysis Sarah Fiv Points O Deo 10 William Elisabeth MoKinley was the sixth child Porter William Bnssert and three sons Sfee Mrs A J Danean of Cleveland of Charles Elliott were badly burned by The seventh ebll4ls the present preti the United States William Mo aav explosion of natural gas near here dent Xiuley The eigbtbWaa Abigail Celia yesterday The boys had noticed that MeJCinley who ia deai The youngest gas was escaping from the Brlce nat Â¬ it Abner McKlnler of New York city ural gas line whloh runs near the MoKinley the elder Wm aa eehoolhpuse They notified their sohpol JltUa ifOH aaaniacrerer ana xrom new ij teacher Mr J M Hatfield who ap to other plaoes living sue- - plied a match to the place where the removed Italy la Fairfield Mies Poland as was escaping A terrible explosion laally at Canton The way that oilowod and the boys were badly family eauie to go to Canton waa burned hUij Anna MoKinley then living Miners Strike Kaded wenf there to teach she bad bees Massillon 0Deo 10 The Mingle tbera two year when ber brother Wil Uamkoncladed that be would also oast wood mine strike hi settled and the bis lot in life there Two ef their wen are again at work The miners eblMren having removed to Cantos mm oat Monday demanding the dis tb d4 paople tboagbt tbey would ge charge of John Dnttermere because be rafwied to pay the initiation fee and Mrs MoKinley fonnd in Canton the Jet the miners unlen The trouble bom she loved and in wbieb she r was bodged over by the company constantly from the day mined almost barging Baftormoro as requested abe and ber husband tattled there antil of ber doatb the baa been of tbe boor f WaareMag Tailgates10 Oiroait Deo We ostae in Cleveland to sea Mta Dan M YSV1UK Ky om perhaps twice When William Me Judge Harbison baa ordered five guards Ttialey ber son was inaugurated preeU to proteot a toUgate en the MarsviUo dentil tbo United States she traveled and Mount S4c nog pike near Lewis to Waahingtost to be present It waa a raiders mamorabbt ooeasiow for many reaaons burg from the few days The gate was ago bat ha a bat hot tbo leaat of these reasons was domoMshad baek There are legnard pat tbotiMtwtiof tba dear and veneeabU been oh doty ia this ooauty at a oost of noW old lady proud of bar son jnH notwltb iUtaiiag loth to brink p ber homo 90 a day f staying hahita of yean save for love of ateeata mmt WHh asar s MRS MKIN- - PUBLIC HANGING LEYDEAD Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ reople doing nnilred of Alltre to See John Morran Die Millwood W Vn Deo IU Saturday when Sheriff Shlnii was making his daily inspection of Murderer Morgans cell he found one of tho lnrgo steel staples of tho cell door sawed nearly off While examining it Morgan asked him what he was doing Ho replied by accusing Morgan of doing tho work It was repaired immediately Morgaus cell was searched and his clothes ohanged outer and inner complete The last of tho details of tha hanging are completed and tho scaffold is being placed in position Tho sheriff hus im panolod his jury of 12 men to determine when Morgan is dead at tho execution He has also chosen his physicians for the samo purpose The monev paid for his confession together with clothes pocket knife and revolvers aro to be given to his wife Thore is no disposition of tho body planned many beliovo his wif o will take chargo of it If not the sheriff will have it buried on his father-in-law- s farm Rlploy is filling rapidly with people and fakirs aro among tho number Tho hotels aro crowded with orders for rooms during tho week It will bo tho biggest day in the old towns history People aro coming in wagons and bug glesfor 100 miles around Many nro preparing to camp out aud many moro are asking permission to occupy tho large high school building Morgan v ill hang Deo 16 as thro is apparently no possible chanco of escape neithor can ho commit suicido as tho death watch has been Increased to two and changes ovcry three hours Sheriff Shlnn has taken every precaution to prevent the man from cheating tho gallows BIG ROBBERY CALIFORNIA Legal Execution After Years of Delay Phillip Cain Is attending a meeting at ilarned The B V R C will meet with Mra Heron Saturday 18th Mr Deavln has torn down hia barn and is building a greater one Mrs T P Hardaway and MrsT J Jolly are still on the sick list Mrs Ernest Anderson visited her sifter Mrs It D Cain Thursday The ideal husband will make hie wife and children a Christmas present Our Sabbath School Is an evergreen The attendance is always very good Mr and Mrs 0 II Drury visited rela tives at Brandenburg Saturday and Sun day Jim Anderson formerly of this vicini- Â¬ ty now ol Indlann is visiting relatives this winter here Will Ashcralt of Brandenburg was visiting lady friends in our vicinity a law da s last week Wra Cain Sr went to quarterly meet Â¬ ing at Howell church Hardin county Saturday returning Sunday Mrs Munford and daughters Miews EmilyErmlne and Ellen were the guets of Mrs PJggott last Tuesday Charlie Cain returned from Kansas who we all have been expr cting to visit us toon has settled in Vino Grove The Epworlh League will hold special exerc8s Christmas Those who will tako part are i xpectrd to meet Thurs day nlifht The male population of Bewlevville vicinity re very much attached to each otlfr II you dont believe It come and se for youia If how well they keep up conversation day by day nnd the rnjoy ment they get from doing it D ubthfsour prfsldentls wise when he advocate the annexation of a f w perennial islands iu the Pacific but how much better it woud be to say to Spain lands oil and allow our protecting armatn encircle defenselers Cuba The horrible atrocities of Jenghlz Khan did not i xcecd the mrcilss ravegaa we allow so near our boasted Christian civilzUton Mrs 7 TStith Invited several of her ladv frit nds to comn and ppend the day and hlp hpr Bew last Thursday The company numbered tho fatal thirteen hut ono of the single young ladles sue gstedto another that they would look forward to happy marriages in conce jutco So the evil was turned ino gond Tho dav was perf ct the work rs IKvly andjrjjjfistrious and the entertain Â¬ ment ruMbablR Success to Mr and Mrs StihTUoiden Rod Â¬ - Harvey Allcndcr Hanged Iu San Nearly Five Years Ago Qucn- - tin Prison For n Crime Committed DURANTS TURN COPIES NEXT Â¬ Â¬ One Ilumlreil Tliouiaml Dollnrn Tnkrn Irniu itrelfitercil Lettcm New York Doc 11 It has just beeu learned that one of tho biggest robberies in tho history of tho Now York postoffice occurred on Nov 0 Tho amount involved is said to bo iu tho 100000 neighborhood of nud was Â¬ Â¬ taken from registered letters iu tho rail way mail survico ou that section of tho Central railway of tho Now Jersey known as the Now York Sonicrville and Eastou branch Cn Nor 0 it is stated that two bags W000 each were taken containing How long tlv defalcations had gono un before that dato hai not yot beeu asMajor Charles F Lowis of certained th Philadelphia branch of tho govern- Â¬ ment secret service was iu tho city yes terday investigating the robbery which has beoti kept secret until now by tho postal authorities Admitted in Wn ill Ing ton Washington Dec 11 Tho postal officials hero admitted that tlicro had been a numbor of losses of registered mail matter reported on tho railroad referred to but said that up to dato no definito advices had been received as to tho amount IC would probably how ever not reach as much us 100000 BESSIE LlTTLi BURIED Albert Frantce Vctlm nt XantJtclilu Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ llarvoy San Francisco Deo 11 Allcnder tho double murderer of Snn Jose waa hanged nt San Quentin poni tentinry at 1030 oclock yesterday Ho has occupied tho death chamber since Sunday last aud appeared to await his fate calmly and with courage Tho crime for which Allcnder paid the extreme penalty was a nioit revolt Â¬ ing ono prompted by jealousy Ho w us infatuated with Miss Wollbcra Ficlmer nn intelligent industrious girl of irreproachablo character who repulsed him and becamo betrothed to Yinauzi Crnssottl an Italian black- Â¬ smith about 21 years of ago After having repeatedly threatened tho coupo Allcnder met them walking together along Third fittcet San Jose on tho nfteruoon of Aug 10 1S01 Ho accosted tho girl aud as sho attempted to pa8 him Alleiider drew a revolver niffr shot her iu tho neck Sho foil to tho sidewalk aud Alleuder then fired ugaiu killing her us tho lay at his foet Cnwsettl attempted to arrest aud dis nrm tho murderer but Allcnder turued his pistol upou him aud shot him iu tho abdomen indicting a fatal wound Allomlor then ran away and attempted to conim t suicido but fainted after slightly wounding himself aud was ar- Â¬ rested boforo bo recovered from his Â¬ i Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Deo 13 Bessie Littlo murdered by Albert J Frautz was Sat urday afternoon given a Christian burial concluding tho last chapter iu tho tragedy Tho headless body which hud been so many times raised from tho grave was again taken up romoved unknown from amidst numerous graves and reiuterred in Woodlawu cemetery The head which for so many months has been preserved by tho polico iu n jar of alcohol was united with tho body all this work beiug completed bo fore the few friends iu the afternoon assembled for tho brief service About tho open sepulcher wcro tho foster parents Mr and Mrs Peter Littlo and n few of Bessies former associates Tho short service was conducted by Itov A Grigsby Pesslos former pastor suitable stouo will bo erected DAYroN O Â¬ -Â¬ vlence k r Tho murderer was a carpentor GO Wlteii placed on tnai Al of ago leuder tried to establish tho plei of insanity but was convicted and sentenced to bo hinged After au unsuccessful attempt to appeal to tho stato supremo court he as eentonced to bo executed on Sept 2 last but his attorney appeal Â¬ ed to tho supremo court of tho United States on Sept 7 upon tho grounds ro lled upon by tho Durant caso thus stay Â¬ ing pMculion On Nov 2 last hovel or tho supreme court dismissed the appeal aud six days later Alleuder was again sentenced tobo hanged Durnnts Turn Comet Next 1 Tho pa Sas Francisco Deo pers on tho Durant caso have beeu filed hero It is expected that the murderer will bo soutonco for the third time on Tuesday and will be hanged ou tho first Friday of tho now year It is a singu lar fact that of the nine condemned murderers how awaiting execution n iSan Quentin three Allcnder Kbanks nuu Jjurant Kiucti two persons oacn swoon v rears Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ V FLEiaCHMANN DEAD Succumbs to n Stroke at rnraljiU nt lite Homo In Cincinnati Cincinnati Deo li Tho Hon Charles Flcischmanu died nt 4 30 a in yesterday at his homo In Avondalo CHARLES GARFIELD Mr Otto was here last Tuesday Win Macy is visiting his friends here this week Bro Nunn of Louisville was here this ww k O S Board returned from Lfuisville last we k from paralysis Tho stroke which was tho second camo at 280 Thursday morning and he never regained con Bcioimicss Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ m Â¬ Â¬ Mr Fleisohmanu was borii m Hun gary In IblU and camo to America in Alias Elen Morris is visiting near Tho Union Star 1800 and to Ciucluuati in lb08 hiH groat fortune was foundation of Mies Jennie Scott is tho guest of Mira laid by tho invention of patented ma chinery for uso in distilleries This was EHa Maey followed by utilizing a rye product hi Soveral from here attended church at distilling for tho mauufucturo of compressed yeast Ephceus Sunday His business interests were various Detective Wi1p of Cloverport was and manifold Until recentlv ho was One Way to Collect u Hill president of tho Comtiierciul Trtbuno her Friday Howard company Ko was also presldont of tho FRANKravr Ky Deo 11 J inipfl W hb ami family moved to the Johnson senior member of tho firm of Market National bank Ho had an ox Company was arrested on a tensive interest in tho turf and was tho old John llaynrs pace this week Johnson warrant taken out by ouo of his cus- employer of tho famous jockey Tod Itev Rriedlnf of Hardinsburg visited tomers on tho teohulcal chargo of rob Sloauo Mr Fleischmaim served two ti iMiaiu nilll IUU1IIJT f iiuuy juo Ohio from this dis bery Johnson iu trying to collect a bill terms as senator of Joe Claycomh of Irvington was the got into a fight with his customer aud tnct He held a number of olllcj tho latter charges forcibly took from such as lire commissioner aud tru guehtofMr and Mis Gngiry SuuJav for various associations and him tho amount of tho bill Misa Nannie Board is attending the His wifo aud two sons Julius and Max Long- - Strike Over S protracted meeting at Ephepus this and ouo daughter Jilrs O H Holmes SrREATort Ills Deo 11 Tho minbun ivo him week ers striko in this viplmty carno to an RESTRICT IMMIGRATION Ti o npson Johnson died the 5th of end yesterday afternoon when A L Sweet general manager of tho Chicago llccoiiiiiioiulatloiis Mario by the Ohio Fed Â¬ December at his sin In UwV near this eration of Labor Wilmington and Vermillion Coal complace Deo 10 Tho Ohio COLiMiiid O pany agreed to pay tho price demanded The fad news comes to us over the by the men which is 01 cents a ton for Federation of Labor yesterday adopted gross weight mining the following resolutions on tho re- telephone wire tlmt Mrs Jennie Fry mire is dangerously ill at her home In striction of immigration - THE MARKETS WiibiiKAs lho worklug peoplo of this Farmereville T xss Review of the Grain aud Llrcntock country aro in deplorable condition ntd V G Babhage and Morra Eskridga tho Inllux of foreign hlor wo believe has For December 13 a tendency to furthtr incrciiso this condi- Â¬ camo out Friday ou a bird hunt We Toimooo MurUot CluoluuiUl been ention and Imixmuch us laws liayo not learned how many of tbe feath Â¬ Hilda acted tending to restrict lmi Immigration IWOJ Offerings ered tribe tlK y ctpturml nnd Vii Rejections Wheruas Such Inwd havo lccn found 1311 Actual sales Receipts I9 in operntho on tho grounds of special leg islation ami AsV Your Tha lbOJhhds offered uvcniRid 9 lOper WnEURAs It was deehrtl that the net DrngKlMt Uili hhds the 100 lbs Hgulnit tS 77 for 1 lS8i which excluded tho Chi previous week and IS 3U for 2170 hints of Out frr cienns new would havo been declnml uucoiihiI the same week a yeurttgo IOCKT tutloiml nt th time un tho ground of spit III UgUlutlin but for thu enormous Tltlll SI7B rituburs lu tho way of publlo soutlimnt Cnttlo Prlme U 16l 85 fair 81 003 prtsuiro t SO bulU stag mm3 town ti OOOJ ou that was brought towbear Elys Cream Balm wouliV recommend llKhOLVhi Thivt hnuy Hogs Prime light 08a Sheep tho exclusion of fun ljn labor fur u period c n Hint nn cocaint J iMJ ixi 13 U6t33 40 rough Choice tt oOOl U fair t 6C33 75 com of 10 years nerci ti nor ary otb mon 93 54ta Si choice Iambi SI S0 Tho report win discussed at length e li J rliudtu 8 00 eal culves U 5037 00 but the vote for it was practically uuail It q ilckly al i rbed Cincinnati iinous vn t tit at oice gorn 252HKo Cat A rosoluton requesting congress to U np Wheat l3aKo ni a u ciin ti tie Selected butchers tl OJftii 35 fair to pass the postal saving bill was also the Natal rauagn nni UULU fill common 13 O0d J 703 75 medium adopted Allay Inflammation Ileal and f lotccti th 8 75 lions Selected and t rime butchers Bad of T Mcmbran Heitort th Sen ovsr-c3-t- 3 9 2B43 80 packing M 10B 0 common bheer ti 768 Tkifis- and rough II 103 10 Himll Fullli5octTriilli ic t drufaitror lie t W lambs W 11QS o0 BIYBUOTUBRS b matt tluKalo j Warn Strst Kf Yerk 0G04vk Cattle Choice to prime ft 0n31 75 fait to good t3 02i 00 camniun i 10J 75 Hogs Yorktw 3 4523 CO mixed pack erx t3 OOCftU 05 f3 U3 15 common t 6001 75 culls to com Sheep Prime mon t eNii 76 lmubs tt 7630 to Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ x- m Â¬ Â¬ Mnr--ke- U Â¬ Â¬ 11 CATARRH ill irJLj6azi -- Chicago 3 103 35 Hogg Solpcted butcher mixed fo 633 tO Cuttle NiuIvh ulcers M Si most mles W bOftl 75 cows 70 7523 60 Sheep f J and bulls JlS3S4SSMS4S3Ms1s1 Going to Build or Repair Write o8 lambs It w5 75 09I lambs CattU ii H Kl fcl 10 JJew York - Shcop 43 0C1 60 bimandbeoaww bewUhedit Itkf- tat atuf km tbol on bar rotaru from I vffia ties Louisville Ky d For lyrics on Lum r Doors Sah Roofing Tfcy Blincli Shingles Steel save yoii money will o J jp P Will C6- - cswxmnt f laMMMMMMa r t JFV urzt- - T a Tf 3T frju flower sky---WONDEBLAN- MMCMMMMMMMIHHIWIflMWMMWWkMHBMMII It was like the budding of a newborn rays of sunshine from a cloudy midst a slower of happiness for old and young like the bursting of burst forth That came to our store last week to see what Santa Glaus had sent us They knew and knew full well that if we advertised a thing it was so Deception destroys confidence integrity wins it We still JUMP U - N11lIff fKK and LJ tiairii LCJAIA coir Jif LUC UllUl nn rlicnlotr nf nnve hoc ftxrfir Annnlari niif rlic aw1 acrain AJU UXU UAW UJU AAU iMIBa U UX MVVAVU UA pjay js year At no time in the round year is this store so attrac WhIw tive to you as now Time money and brains have been taxed in collecting this beautiful array of Christmas Goods i Af t TCT f wHHk Fwf A wJL- fW - ATRKH kJ IvU reOU W W at Cr s 1 B r T- f ex Hf SZZZ T AU kJ V U V kJ JLA W A W Vfl WAIT WAIT MORE GHINAWARE Since the issue of last weeks paper u king looked and much delayed batch of chinaware has arrived such an assortment of rich and delicate designs in Tea Pots Cracker Jars Bon Bon Boxes Mush Sets Sugar Cream Pin Trays Chocolate Pots Cook- Â¬ ing Crocks Cake PJates and Trays you never saw before We invite you to come and see this splendid line even if you dont want to buy ITS PLENTY TIME TO BUY Is what a great many did last year putting off the buying as long as possible then when the time came to make their purchases they came rushing in bent on getting some pretty gift they saw a few days ago to find it gone That old saying the early bird gets the worm is likfc the early purchasers they get the cream of the newest novelties The selling began the day we opened and briskly will go the goods this J eiyour presents now week Pretty Pictures During dull days in sum trier we have been busy framing pictures for our Holiday trade They are made up of oarefully selected subjects and frame in neat picture mould Yards of Roses Pan sies and Violets Pretty bits of scenery in Pastels and the new designs in Delph frames and scenes We have a carefully selected stock of nice moulding and can frame your pictureb neatly and at a small cost Bring them to Wonderland U2 Our Toy Land lines of goods to it JYou can find anything you need from the baby up a present Have you seen the little floor sleepers and the mon- Â¬ keys that climb astriniyand jump along the floor ual Is better this year than us- Â¬ We have added new FOR YOUNG MEN What have we for young men ell we have some Smoker Sets Neck Titf Cases Collar and Cuff Boxes Ilankerchief JJoxes pretty Tics Purses or perhaps a box of good Cigars Then we have some pretty scarf pins Well come in make your wants known We havea splendid selection to pick from W Â¬ SEilUH IBHHIIII n a Meet Me For Young Ladies Boxes Manicure Setst Dressing Cases Albums Toilet Sets Great stacks of pretty Hand- Â¬ kerchiefs Then we have some pretty tokens in quaint Japa- Â¬ nese goods It would be an endless task to write the des- Â¬ cription of every article we Jiave Just come in let your wants be known and we can lit you out Pretty Vases Collar and Cuff SxijjJF at Wonderland Children SKATES Away away over fields otice S wif tly glidings swiftly sliding BOOKS We have a large line this year Bibles which come first on the list books of adventures for boys fairytales for the little ones and cute little books for baby Also a large line of novels for the older ones Â¬ -- rsr 3 I s What is life to boy without pair pflcjts Once vou was young yourself and what a nleasure it was to steal out a pair of skates and climb aver the back fence when mother was not looking and go tp the near est pond Sometimes your ekateSWere toobigtforyouandyou wedged up the space with cord wood Remember that boy wants to enjoy the same pleasure Get him a good pair of skates that will fit his feet See our display cL Â¬ Our Shoe Department Presents many useful articles for noldaygifs A nice pair of Slippers for father and warm pair of Over shoes Nearly every one in the fam ily can find some remembrance here Â¬ Â¬ Just one closing word to our country trade Its just 10 days until Christmas Hafdly one third of the people see our magnificent dis Pick them play but wait until the very last moment to come in to make their purchase We urge that you make your selections earlier picking best Come vhile WONDERLAND is in all its glprj out now and have them sot aside for you until you want themCome while the Â¬ 5 II L L mm S GOOD TAKSN CARE OF AND DELIVERED WHEN PROMISED I tA lSVlM THB BREOKBNRIDGH NKWS OIaOVRBLPOR Breckenridge News Pcoplo and Things In Hancock From Th Ilamleatcr - K 1 t LiS- m m L 9 lv Mrs lloiife widow of the late Tom House was found at her homo In the lower bottoms fcatutday morning nlincst totnly paral zed Miss Bradley will now perforin an act that would make nit average Kentuckian shudder by wasting a bottlo of good whisky over the nozsso of n boat Money setmi to be a thlrg which Is BRANDENBURG worthless liefoio It coiiirs to you worth lets after itleavts you and a ton ice of Held oyrrin m m wrck great trouble when it is with you Advent the Lord ia at hand The Presidents message is regarded Morchants ore busy and report bust by tht Republican press as a strong StHte ncea flue paper by the ellverites nH wordy and Brandenburg formal has new pupils windy and the rial D mocratia papers nearly every week Uotnu alonp room as being sorry that his mother is bo sick for more A well known citizen was asked by his I appreciate that kind Invitation from wife last week to bring a bucket of wat Â¬ tho Bay View but buslueBS keeps me er ho has not cat n meal or slept a mo- Â¬ ment since women have no right to from responding We can go rght from tho Cantata to parallz3 a man and thtn proceed in tin Btreet for awhile and then on to tho their work as If nothing had happemd Christmas trees There were fewer peopl- - in town Mon and Mrs D M Duncan spent day than ever known on tho begining Mr Saturday and Sunday with Mrs 11 V of a court week Not a man showed up who wanted to be on the jury aud those Duncan of Clovorport liaving business in court are waltirg the Money is not everything by n large day of their casts at home nnd at work mpjorlty It is a good thing but we all There is hut little HtigUion and that of are aware It dont pass some people by a such small moment that it attracts no at largo majority tention Just a faint sprinkle of a few feathery All bickering have ceased and sores flukes to remind us that Kirg Winter is healed from the campaign in this county wield his screplro on his throne ready to and the white wlnicd argtl of peace is for the iiolhU 8 spri iul over the entire ctiiity nnd will Tho curromy remain so until some fellow who thinks Congress in session question is sorter dim Tno annexa- Â¬ tho world is his oyster aud on that idea tion of Hawaii and the Cuba question trite to break into some c flice Of course will bo more popular in that event war will be declared and Bud Price will leave this week for the deck 4 cleaned and battlo begun on Buckley Washington where his bister all Mdes Mrs Albert lohnsou is and who Is very Bob Alien is the onlv man who can much pleased in the fur west probably sz up the utilvers at a gance The Normal will havo quite a number l r months there has not been a vacant Many are not classics building in towu nor lot upou which ono of new books and when we Bay literature it means could be trcttd This week tliere have books presenting life in nn artislic form been half dr z n men hunting for lots to Tratsferof real estate lies been pretty build on llearirg of tliere failure Allen lively In the last ten dajfl and changing remarked that this is tho first d d town residences will be as lively in the next ho ever saw that was finished We do not want any vacant f w weeks Ctpt Fnuk Lander received a letter hutises In town yisterday from Col ItaicTrabuo stating It strikes me as rather strange Hint that Mr Clins Gill formely of this place young men nro so cart It ss about danc- had ju t shot a devil tWh thirteen feet ing with their hostess at a coillion wide eijiht feet long and weighing 2000 party Eici yourg man present should pounds Tno Captain will jiin the sportscertainly make it a point to dance with men in a lew dnys on Palmetto island her at least onco TtioughtIcssn at is no now otvntd by Mr Gill excuse politeness demands It Capt William Hocraft an old time Thanksgiving night I was abked Do river man is dead at his home in Alton you not think Mabel Hardin and Lena Intl He commanded the John T Mc Combs when that craft was captured by Nevitt have peculiarly sweet voices I do not think it I know it Mablts Gen Morgan at Brandenburg and by alto is something wonderful not a harsh his genial manner and genteel deport tone but clear and sweet as a bird ment won the great generals heart while Lenas oice is a range higher and who gave him his boat Bafe and sound as sweet Mabel sing soprano as well No Humbug Both girls are gifted Foleys Honey and Tar does not claim If you feel discontented if you are to preform miracles It does not claim inclined to murmer go around on Itlver to cure all cases of consumption or street to eeo that poor suffering needy asthma but it does claim to give com- Â¬ mother and little babe Kind charita- Â¬ fort and relief in advanced stages of ble handB have ministered unto them these diseases and to usualy cure early We can often learn leesona from such stages It is certainly worth trying by scones of poverty The White Caps those afilicted or threatened with these might cross over and interview the drend diseases A R Fisher Clover stronger member of the household H A Shellman Stephensport j port Haynes Patesvillo E A Mr Cups Dudley Warren delivers an Gordon Advent sermon In the Christmas num- Â¬ Witt Ilardinshurg ber of Harpers Magazine and the begin The Exclusion of Immigrants ning and ending of it is that tho world is ram the New York Times than it was The great preacher better It would be interesting to know the is no doubt right but human nature is much the came in all nyen the same nativity of those labor leaders out in elemental passions and temptatiors Ohio who have lormally resolved that still apsail men Prejudice and selflih the time has come for this country to re Â¬ nesa still blind men but still the guidance fuse admission to any more immigrants Are the orginators of that resolution all of the Holy Spirit is not in yain of immigrants who One can do so much and yet bo littlo liueal descendants Did the came over in the Majfliwer towards uplifting the struggling and dis pairing of this world We need not great grandfathers of them all fight in make companions of all but to be btave the revolution and on tho right side g tntle aud sympathetic towards one who Did they or their fathers take effective 1801 05 In a word has been unfortunate what a load we part in the debate of who nre they that they should claim a A word of encouragement can lift an euterest manifested what a witness right to shut tho nations door in the odds are 10 to 1 for charity and kindness i Sister Pate face of all comers The grace ttnt tach of thts i leaders so called was a witness and showed that the In pronouncing a ter- Â¬ of God poesessed mind nud heart She still has trouble WEDNESDAY DECKMBEU 15 1817 COURT OFCLAIMS Claims Allowed by Breckenridge Fiscal Court October Term 1897 John G McCoy and Albert Ityllt uo and benefit of W B Breckenridge county Fiscal court on Keguar Term October 1897 RobertsGardner work for bridges Co paint bridges It Is ordered by the court that tho M Hamman Son four pauper ctfiitts following suruB be and they aro hereby James Tucker repairs at Dean allowed to the persons and for the put bridge poses ylz James Brickey hauling lumber for bridgj Horace Scott merchandise to 0 00 Lee Stewart fees as constable poor house Horace Scott material for roads 11 F Heard Co merchandise lJ3 SO D F Barms house for election etc to poor house July 31107 O L Pate salary poor houso P Morris Beard work at poor 681 44 keeper houso 25 00 Hardin Pate work at poor C L 1ate repairing house 20 10 Bowou Carman J L rate sewiiiK etc material for 32 CO Anion Klucheloe drugs roads Dr A M Klucheloe salary as 60 00 John Ball use and benefit of F commissioner Fratze work on bridge Dr A M Klucheloe medical Nelson Miller use and benetitof 58 00 attention to paupers F Frafzj work ou bridge Dr A M Klucheloe medical at Â¬ William Camp use and benefit of tention to paupers county 21 00 F Fralzti work on bridge Anion Kinclieloe drugs for T L Smith repairing road tools 1 40 prisoners K I Brown work on load K M Taul hauling lumber for William Ahl commissioner to 2 00 road sell old jail J Hook Son lumber for poor Thomas Clemmoiis pauper coffin 22 31 W B house Gardner fees as D S of James Tuckerrepalring approach Breckenridge county 12 00 O L to bridges Pate fees as constable Frank Deilaven judgo special Payne Co material or roadi 31 2 00 F P Payne fees as D S of election July Matt Shrewsberry judge special Breckenridgi couuty 2 00 W O 31 election July Moorman material for clerk apt ci- Thomas H Witueis roads 2 00 Willis Greenlumber for road election July 31 al J W Wright sheriff special elec- Â¬ G 11 Mattingly bridge commis 2 00 tion July 31 sioner 1 day M L Ktncbeloe iudje special II O Like lumber for road and 2 00 election July 31 commissioner 1 day John M Liwls judge special Virgel Matthews 2 eiuu boards Z UU July 31 election John W Jarrett bridge com- Â¬ Amon Klucheloe cltrk special missioner 12 days 2 00 O O election July 31 Carman fees as msgstrat J O Ke illy sheriff rt ccial elec Bion Jolly fets ai mcglbtrate 2 CO D W Henry juror i tion July U owners in Â¬ John 1 Haswell Jr judge speci Â¬ quest 2 tiays 2 00 R M Jolly juror coroners in Â¬ al election July 31 Mike Miller juigt fipecial elec quest 1 tlay 2 00 T N McUlothlanjuror coroners tion July 31 Win M Heuslty clerk special inquest 1 day 2 00 election July 31 J B Herndon juror coroners in Â¬ O L Patf sheriff special election quest 1 uay 2 00 U W Frank juror coroners in- Â¬ July 31 Chintz Uoyalty fees aa surveyor quest 2 days 63 44 in road coses 1 A Heudry jutor coronors in- Â¬ Isaac Norton conveyiug pauper quest 1 uay 2 00 George to pooi housd Bramlette juror coroners Ezro Tucker conveying pauper inquest 1 uay 2 00 to poor house Thomas Northern juror coroners Ira Bernard work at Tar Fork inquest 1 day 44 50 Milt bridge Lockard juror coroners in- Â¬ Â¬ Dr Wm Howard medical attenquest 1 day 7 60 tion to pauper Johu W Beauchamp juror coro- Â¬ 1 60 1895 Fred Weiss poll tax ners inquest 1 day jheritf Breckenridgj county poll V B Burton agent Cincinnati de- Â¬ tax 1890 Fred Weiss Cooperage Co lumber for 160 ceased bridge attention Dr J T Bakermedical McGlothlau Jollypauper coffin 25 00 B to paupers Co supplies to F Beard Co printing Bradley Gilbert jail 6 60 B road orders F Beard Co material for Wm 11 Bell examining K Har Â¬ roads 0 00 Owen Cunningham fees rts clerk mon M Itliodes right of way for It William Ahl examining K t4 10 county roads Harmon Frank Bro right of way John O E Burch lumber for road 5 00 R N for county ioail Hudson bridge commiss- Â¬ John Beeler right of way for ioner 3 days 85 00 county road John Ball and Nelson Miles use Gus D Shellman fees as jailer 312 00 and benefit of FP Payne Andrew Driskell salary as Bchool repairs at Coney creek 822 90 commissioner bridge Milton West road commissioner Ira Bernatd work on bridge 2 00 Wm Galloway 2days work on bridge William Brown rood commis- Â¬ John M Butler bridge commiss- Â¬ 2 00 sioner 2 days ioner 2 00 O O Carman bridge commissStanley Boardchairman 2 days 1 00 M M Cundlff chairman 1 days ioner C L Hawkins toad commission- Bion Jolly bridge commissioner 2 00 Jesse R Eskriuge county attor- Â¬ er2 days O S Caittr road commissioner ney pro tern 1 00 1 day Lon Rhodes use aad benefit of 1 00 Daniel Dck chairman 1 day Mattingly A Jarboe lum1 00 Cyrus Merritt chairman lday ber for road Ben McCoy road commiesiouer William Coomcs use and benefit 2 00 2days Jarboe of Mattingly George ButIerroad commissioner lumber for road 1 00 1 day Lon Jarboe use and benefit of Thomas It Blythe road com- Â¬ Jarboe lumMattingly 00 2 missioner 2 days ber for road Thomas Gray road commissioner William Sanders hauling lumber 2 00 2dajs for bridge Ezro Dowell road commissioner O W Dean lumber for road 2 00 O E Uoswell trustee Monroe 2days Huston Dellov n road commis- Â¬ Richardson 2 00 C E Haswell sioner 2 duja trustto Kittle Lyons road commissioner James Robards 2 00 F Fia z trustee Kittle Robards 2dajs Thomas Gray road commissioner Samuel Payne trustee Susan 1 00 1 day Payne Dan Johnson road commissioner J C Nolte trustee Marion Dmn 1 00 1 day r Audrew Crawford truitee Johu 2 00 M M Cundlff chairman 2 dayB RiZ lr George H ltoyalty chairman 1 G Wash Payne trustoe William day 100 Hanks 1 00 H I ltoyalty chairman 1 day James Stephens tru tee Mrs 1 00 It E ltoyalty chairman 1 day C Chas Stephens 1 00 C Dowell chuirman 1 day H A Walker trustee Isaac Blair 1 00 Davis Dowell chairman 1 day Benedict Mattingly trustee Kate M M Cundlff chairman 2 days 2 00 Monarch 2 00 M H H 1atf chairman 2 days Meer trustee Fred Tanner Drury Bennett material for and wife 4 45 Wm Minor trustee Sarah Holt reads Thomas W Anderson fees as Thomas Simmontrustee Thotnas 2 64 constable Simmons Sr and wife for J B Hardaway hauling on road O 00 use and benefit of A A 6 91 H H Nonic material for road Rchardaou 1 35 G P Tau1 repairing road tools Gilbert Pile trustee Geo Priest D J W Meadow medical atten F Fra z trustee Jo Allen 2 00 Charles Jatbo trustee Joe Fraz i tion to pauper 1 25 C L Pale Custt r work on road aud wife Kobeit Lockard fur use and beu- C E Haswelltrustee Ben Macys t tit of Gilbert Pile pauper family 4 00 Andrew Crawford trustee Mary e illn Robert L Davis powder nnd fuiu Rillius 65 Bland fur run d JJtou trustee Mis Bill J lllair Clint Butler repairing road tools 1 00 Ft rd L ckaid use and bent fi of J Mi Butler ropofor Cubttr yot 1 00 Ueorgu Diurytruiteo Doll a irig plact V s Brook for use and benefit of Tliornhllt ST G E Drury clearng drift A R FishtT drugs for paupers 7 00 Dr David White visit to pauper from Deuva bridge 0 00 Dr Lon Moremen medical at- Â¬ Co material lor roads Rob rts Dick material for Addlsou tention to pauper 33 07 Jerry Taber attending public road 3 12 privy Roberts Co haullpg on road 0 K A Slelluian oil lor painting J D Babbage poll bookeleotiuu 1 00 bridge September 18 1897 0 20 John P Garner judge tdtctlon G G Barr material for road September 18 1897 J J Severs house for November 2 60 J W Stoims judge election 1890 election Mike Basham for ush and bruefic Sept mber 18 1897 of Mike Blttln repairing II A Hunter clerk election 15 September 18 1897 road tools I W T Cannon sheriff election Louis Warrenflll at Ytllow Panic 000 September 18 1897 brltga O M McUlothlan trustee Mary John G McCoy for use aud ben Â¬ Galley efit of Mike Blaln work 10 00 J A Haynes trustee E jah on Falls Sinking bridge Brown aud wl e Albert Petlft for use and bent fit D 8 Riuhaidion paupercofilu ol MrfUosH Bennet paint Â¬ 10 00 Dr A A S uions nudical a tea- ing Fulls Sinking brhgt tlnn to pauper II B McCoy for use aud bbntfit of J II Payne painting 8 A Pate let s as sheriff of 13 00 Breckei rl g county on Falls Sinking bridge John G McCoy use and benefit Johu P Morton Co booth and of Mike Blaln painting on ballot eto 30 00 II A Walker bridge commies bridge loner 21 days Albert Pettit use and benefit of Mike Blsin paiatlog oa J R Johrsoo money paid for 35 60 poll books apeeMl eUctloa bridfes State of Kentucky Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - John E Neighbors 12 00 mill hill Chas H Mattingly justice I days 12 00 12 00 John W Jarrett jnstico 4 days 12 00 Bion Jolly jtiHiw 4 davs O O Carman justice 4 days 12 00 12 00 II O Lake juatico 4 days 12 00 H A Walker Justice 4 days J B Poll taxes against James Sheiiff GaliiHV J I Itrown Tlinrntnn Douglass 00 E E Whcotloy for year 1897 U McCoy nsn and benefit of O C L tvs painting on Pals Sinking bridge Art Goodman work on road Art loolmar work on Tate July 31 1897 3 00 10 50 21 45 ubcaft lOV I 25 1 ANDY CATHARTIC 50 CURE CONSTIPATION 7iiUiMl ipwnHIPillLI Jfis Total 4303 07 Tnlnl lnVlt fr aDOULUlDlJl pnsnSNTRRnireleVeorMltMoCaMirurlu tlTnffri rlporrrlrwlmtMneeisjnstoralrnalU k wMTlirBllrl 111 All DRUGtlSTS K KTPIItlVfl ItVUVIIV rlilrrn Mnntral Pn TV Sim UKroRT ok rtrccKiVKH or taxes To the lion Judge nnd members of the Fiscal court of Breckenridge couuty Kv October term 1897 5 00 Tho undersigned ai receiver of taxes for Breckenridge county would respectfully 38 60 make the following report and statement fVfrfrWVVfrf GIVEN AWAY GIVEN AWAY To amount balance in hands of receiver April 7 1897 jfseo 25 00 49 52 report 2 60 To amount received from S A Pate sheriff Breckenridge fi 00 county six cent levy on 38 25 bonded indebtm 8for 1890 1000 00 Spet 4 2897 2 00 To amount received from same on 1113 89 same levy Oct 4 1897 7 87 4 6 To amount received from same on pauper levy for 1891 227 53 Oct 4 1897 7 05 To amount rtceived from Fame on current expenses levy for 11 35 Ojt I 1897 79 72 1891 14 70 00 1 30 8 00 1 10 00 vz Sweet Strains OF A 60 Dollar Music Box DO YOU HEAR i THE PARLOR Especially for this room Swinging Lamps Vase Lamps Beautiful lino QTATIflMPDV Ol A I lunuil Total CIIGII1TS 1970 CO BOOKS In this Department will be found a Book suitable for everybody Is too enten Bv amount paid L M Davis April 15 1897 Interest on county bond 17 50 1053 Balance Balance in hands of your receiver 1053 1C Oct 7 1897 1G 5 00 4 00 10 60 4 50 9 15 0 50 Respectfully submitted M EjKRirjaK Reor taxes B Attested Owen Cunningham Clerk October 7 1897 C 4 44 The persons who disturbed tho congre- Â¬ 2 50 gation last Sunday are requested to call on tho druggist and get a nottle of Foleys 1 60 Honey and Tar which always gives reR A lief A R Fisher Cloverport 10 88 Stsphonsport Gordon 2 00 Shellman Hayme Patesvllle E A Witt Hardins-bu-- g 18 50 24 35 10 60 Â¬ t t t Something or the most fastidious The line slve to mention All trades and qualities t 1 Candies Fruits Nuts the biggest line in town NEVITT G0UGH MAIL Co KY BRANDENBURG ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED iWMMIMtVii ROCKPORT SAW WORKS KOCKPOKT Always l5 -- I 1 00 60 CO Â¬ Louisvillp Shlppert thojlil with nMpper1 nam Oholoe rax k Ky Die 15 1897 INI Repairing Â¬ all ptckagas plainly addren 14 0 15 0 20 Aid For Fine Si 50 1 and pott ofile Not One Complaint in 00 50 50 CO GO BUTTKR oountry Medium Past Year of Our Work Tlio many letters of high praise of our work is evidencii that we are ahead of others Hammering large circular saws 1C is our epecialty aud saws that others have failed on If you want satisfaction 31 on work and prices we guarantee it 20 Address 29 00 I lllillBttSSrVil V BssKAa ffilv T uJ I J st i Crtaainry jtaas Fretn FEATHERS Prims whits goosa Mtxsd Old No t dnoh POULTRY Â¬ 1 JiPlffiS Son 0JJO Tenth Street 60 13 CO Rockport Saw Works Itockport Iiul 3 60 61 41 Hcni per lb Spring Chickens per Duok per lb Qeeie per doi Iriih ifi 5d 6 4 1 3 iA 0 04 25 8 POTATOES per barrel new A Dutschke WITH 24 00 90 30 0 00 5 00 40 00 New La Sweet potatoes per bu From atore 2 to S eti higher Nary Beans per bushel ROOTS 752 S 03 00 AO BUCKNER 311 3 1 TOBACCO WAREHOUSE CO lNCORrORATD aimeng Senlca Snake 2 2S2 U Pink Â¬ 4 00 23 00 702 Yellow Wild Ginger Lady Slipper May Apple Blood 40 21 16 29 Chapel Street llctMuIn and Market and 21 LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Special Attention lour Months Storage Free Given to Private Sales Independent Warehouse HUCKNlt TOBACCO WAUIIOUSE 0 2H 250 2 50 FIELD REEDS Timothy per ktishol Cloyer per bushel Crimson Clover per bushel ItodToppej bushel Orchard Grass per bushel Blue Gross fancy p r bushel Blue Grass extra per bushel Onion Sett Yellow per bushel White 2i 140 3 50 2 60 46 1 20 85 0 00 0 00 Mark your hogsheads 2 60 5 00 5 80 10 05 10 75 H E HIDES Green stood Dry Salt good Dry flint good Sheep iktni WOOL Tab washed Grease fine Burry Black Burry and CU MISCELLANEOUS Tallow Beeswax Sorghum Molaises FLOUR nigh grade patent IS 13 13 14 60 26 16 14 11 Not The Only Tooth In Your Mouth Maybe not But it soon will up if you insist upon de- etroyirg them No mans teeth will withstand without treatment the ravages of time and mastication You know this hut have forgotten it Wo do Dental work of all kinds We will he at Irvlngon on Wednesday nndThursday after the fourth Monday of each mouth HARDIN S WILDER Brandenburg Ky i 3 Zm 3 16 3 00 2 50 24 00 S 10 u I nsponded with a sweet spirit to every touch kind or uukiud Her influence will long be fet and cau never be gotten The Christmas number of Bookman Is xepfete with most excellent reading matter with portraits of noted authors and other Illustrations I notice that in the books in order of demand tho Choir Invisible and Qio Vndia still rank by Hall Caino Tho Christian first isvery popular Mis Duncan has it In Munaeys Manzne and which she has kindly sent nn I havo Tne Kentuck lans by John Fox Jr from Mis Word son it is a sweet swet t story of moun Â¬ taineer of Equality by Bellamy has been imm nsly jopular in the hook mart but I notci the sale has slack d up fr Native Americans and th those residents who are really American iz das well as legally naturalized are worried only over the arrival of bad im migrants of demagogues paupers and criminals and of fellows so selfish as to desire the exclusion of men ns good or better than themselves from the privil- Â¬ ege of this very large country rau minal iiA OH 3H 3 50 30 00 00 00 48 00 21 00 30 00 24 00 Straight Patent Low Grades 75 6 0 4 60 fi 7m riifpiww tf iu m u iim in ii in 11 T -- uuirc 3 - 30 00 30 00 81 00 30 00 OOrtN No 2 Mixed at store No 1 White OATS No 2 White No 3 No 1 Mixed Oats No 3 2VA 28 2 FPe if 26 RATES 2 PCH DAY WSjV r Iiwm KWentr IIj lncUd otlmthwCitu H 1 2 2 Hfc You do not liava to dry goods in tl o shade colored with Putnam Fadeltis Dyes They are fast lo tunlight niul S j d by W washing 10a per package E Brown Irvington exposed and the foreboding and dread with which she looks for- Â¬ ward to the hour of womans severest trial is appreciated by but few All effort should be made to smooth these rugged places in lifes pathway for ner ere she presses to her bosom her babe to which the Expectant Mother is MUtK WHEAT No 2 T ong Berry Nu 2 Red No 3 RYE No 2 Western ONIONS 61 1 96 05 03 i 48 00 12 00 6 00 15 00 Per barrel BACON 7502 A 00 Shouldr Clear rib sides Clear side Lard In tierces 6 4W56H fif 5 44 4 00 MOTHERS FRIEND DR MENDENH ALLS IMPROVED t 5 5 r allays Nervousness and so assists Nature that the change goes for- Â¬ HARNfcD ward in an easy manner without such violent protest in the way of Nausea Headache Etc Gloomy The p otracted meeting still continforebodings yield to cheerful and ues hopeful anticipations she passes Four drummers were in town Ja t through the ordeal quickly and week without pain is left strong and T A Payne of near Clove port ia vigorous and enabled to joyously moving to this placet perform the high and holy duties Safety Miss Lz i Black of 0iflad was the now devolved upon her to life of both is assured by the guest of C D Payne last we k Mothers Friend and B IS Gray has sold out It is not use of the time of recovery shortened known just where he Intends to locate I B Payne cama home from LouisI know one lady tho mother of three ville last week and reports a good time children who suffered greatly in the blrthOf each who obtained a bottlo of How can you do without the Nkws Mothers Friend of me before her It contains more go d reading matter fourth confinement and was relieved than any other paper in the Siute quickly and easily All agree that their labor was shorter and less painful Â¬ 600 GILL 33 79 AND WM GDI v t mrrrirrtmI THE DELAY Ofcontimes causes dissatisfaction ia purchasing i JOHNSON rl - zmu Tila ifcx uf UJWVtr rfe5 Jouisvilul Ky 20 00 11 50 jHHwiiflBBf 4 00 2 00 2 00 2 10 t d t tu Christmas Goods Come early and avoid that trouble Our line is larger than it has been for years MOST EVERYTHING Overcoats for the Boys Pflnps fin1 f lift VUlf vJ lll tllv 200 23 23 72 00 J y 4 00 7 00 07 24 18 25 31 60 GUARANTEED TO CURB And Malaria In all Forms Tasteleu Nottt genuine without the above picture aud signature o J Q Mendenbau CHILLS AND FEVER SO 2 ftiric 7 Mil 1J Prosperity comes quickest to he man whose liver la In good condition De Witts Little Eirly lUsors are famous little pill for constipation biliousness iodigdsilou and all stomach and liver troubles Start tf sysw John Q Pomiili Maoon Ua XOOrSRBOTTLBotBllDrugHtorei or sent By express on reoeipt of prioe MAKS Containing InrMuable Information of will be seat to VSr Interest to all women application bf fPtt any addrets upon Tn WMWICID RCULATOfi6aAnaNTaWu Price cents at all Dealers IND DRESS GOODS W E J PREPARED ONLY BY O MKNLKiyrLATTi HAYNES EVAHSVILLE BROWN Irvington Ky Soldby SHORT ntytwn ftymin Breckenridge lis D m m Mill JW gap IW mi iniiiwq rK -- THR BRHOKBNRIDQB ttWS QiteHFORI M r- - n yT llll II I fTm infill - stm 3gr- 7- ET i ft f hlWWMWWMMWiJWMMMl IIMrtt MTlTfllLn T 1 News 4 V 0 BabUjt Editors and ProprWtn 8 1897 WKDNKSIUYDEOEMUER ELGHT It is reported PAGES coin- Tiik stores in this town are perfect goms of jttlellde festivities Our mer Â¬ chants have the business down to a floe art Kvety little lass and lassie has caught the spirit of the coming event and their little hearts will b at and bound in joyous accord fiotn now until tliatfiHlve day IM us all young and old j dn the happy procession Dnt Lit to rmd the Chilstmas adds ing awAy Our merchants show corgderable taste In making Ills matter attractive and Tiikki are boiuo siting of prosperity in readtible to the public and you can set this laauo of the Nkwf arnt they it down as a fact that through them Is to be obtained tho best bargains 8rAR Reed says that Congress must call a halt on the pension extravagance The time for the meeting of tho Ken- Â¬ tucky I uislsturo ronuson slowly but Quo Henry Whio is ttio ouly negio surely O I the 4 h day of January 18J8 member of tho National House of Repre the members of this august body will sentatives a id he Ih from South Laro assemble themselves together to look Una after the dar old Commonwealth in gem m but nothing much in particular The Klondike fever Is still spreading The House stands seventy flvo Demo- Â¬ D wn at Evansyllle Ind a ompany crat and twenty five Republicans a has just beii formed with a capital of reversal of what it was two years ago Tuey propose to move on when everything was Re ubllcan with 100000 Alaska In the spring Mr Blandford as a ruling spirit Tiiey tell us tint Gov Bradley is already map- Â¬ with Real gems words that hum ping out I is mesesgand thinking it genuine air cihiii from a g attful heart over He will devote some of it to are thoio te print from good sister Iate prison reform breaking up of mobs the about a giaud good old woman thai has mppression of tire arms and the safety just passed over the river and welfare of us poor mortals in the inteiior Let us hope that he wilt not Ummk seems to be latgily on tho in get It mixed up with McKlnleya cur- Â¬ crease in this country That a great rency and that he and the legislature many criminals go unpunished because both may acquit tliemsolvt s honoiably of many t chnlcallties In the law is the and di cently f r once case now a id has b eti formany years Â¬ Â¬ that 3000 men are from the Klondike 2tyor S terdiets atl the promises made for it is the verdict 1 K l oril AYERS HAIR of those VIGOR Mitts ho have Med It You Know THE I have sold AVers Hair Vioor for fifteen jreara and do not know of a alngle cat where ft did not Rive entire satisfaction F OROVB Faunsdale Ala faer s air 3 li VESTS always have f When dlneate caued nr hair to fait ont t found AVERS HAIR VIOOR a moat excellent nrifTiaratlon and one that doei all that la claimed for IU L RUSH ConnellsvUlt Pa igror Aters Hair Vioob doa all tkat tiolalmed for It It restored my hair which waa fatt becoming fray back to Ua natural color dark W II IIASKLIIOFF Pateraon NJ brown 1 Nice things for a time mr hair began to fall out The use of Ayers Hair Vioor stopped the falling out MRS and made the acalp clean and healthy C II AYRKS Mount Airy Go Mjr head became full of dandruff and after Amotiikii telephone line is ah Hit com Â¬ pleted from McDanlels via West View to Hardlnsburg They already have one running by Big Spring to Elizbothtown and still another is talked of o Fords HARDINSBURG When you come to Cloverport during the Holidays you are Invited to make HIT There Panangar Dally arr Ilardlmbarg 727 am your headquarters at Vests verything now can be seen soma wiit County court next Monday There fiinnjir Dally arr IIardlnibargil 55 pm will be plenty of business and a number of people in town Several tracts of Look out for a wet Christmas land will be offered at the court honeo Holiday presents at Vests Cloverport door Xmas candies fruits and nuts at Has The long delayed suit in tho quarterly wells court over a few stone between Wash Xmas cards and art novelties at Has Holt and L D Addison came to trial wells Monday resulting in a verdict for the Wagons rocky horsts and chairs at defendant Addison Haswells Hon William Miller passed his sevenIf jou want fresh fancy candies call ty-first birthday last Sunday In hon- Â¬ on J II Hook or of the occasion he invited a number A full line of dolls games and tojs of of his kindred and set them down to a substantial and sumptuous repast all kinds at Haswells OOIXO L H W TIME TABLE Christmas You are welcome to look We will be proud if you buy vllle and Hartford Tiik price of wheat took another slide up the scale last week going as high as JlOltJ The coutest seems to be between the spculators and if some of them lose nobody a few thousand at tho buslnts will shed any tears Tim disgraceful scene of two evang diets engaged in a personal difllculty occurred on the streets of Louisville the other day One called the other a liar and at It they went When these saintly fel- Â¬ lows fall out the victory goes to the devil and the Lord is left out VEST t4 4 i tn W i 1 I J w kt i Miss Mary Bandy of Irvington is vis- Â¬ Charley Oelzo has sold his farm to The death of Airs V Daniel at her SL Willett for 600 00 Mr Oelze will home in Hardiusburg last week removes iting Mrs Gua Shellman Comb sets photo boxip album and moye to the old Sam Bland farm on the from among us one of the most widely turnpike where he will build anew resi- Â¬ known and respected women in this writing desks at Haswells dence and mako his home In the future section She was particularly known for i Full line of cups and saucers vases J bor deeds of charity among Hose who and bit que figure at Haswells goods in Good Money In Farming The largest stock of holiday A Qood Woman Gone so X5SX5SSiS needed it most Everything Remember Haswell has a full line of this place just received AH Taylor and Shelby Triplett have Pfeclous in the sight of tho Lord is that is new and desirable for Christmas the death of His Saints Xmas goods and will sell cheap Loved honor- Â¬ rented Cal Bashams farm near Roeetta A It is a pleasure to read of tho life of a For an thing in tho confectionary or can be found with us All goods marked ed and clieiished by friends and loved They pay a cash rental of 1000 for two to the lowest figure Come and see us manlike H A It binson who died in grocery line call on J II Hook ones is the memory of them So our years It is a very tine farm in good A A Kichardson Gaifield Louisville a few days ago Tim press heart feels as we writo of Mrs Vitula fix fences up and clean good dwelling You will find a full line of home made says of him The life of this man was a Circuit Clerk It S Skillman stepped McCreery Daniel who on Tuesday after- Â¬ barn and out houses There are seventy We are having a surprise party at our store long uprg t and most useful one his harness and saddles at Haswells acres of wheat sowed on the place which If you want bargains in groceries and down and out of his office yesterday and noon Dec 7tb quietly and peacefully career a great en dit to himself a price Â¬ was succeeded by his Republican oppon- Â¬ yielded up her spirit to Him whose she looks now like it would make anywhere less heritage to his posterity and an confectioneries call on J II Hook ent elect Mr W S Ball Mr Skill was and whom she served She was from 20 to 30 bushels to the acre There We will have a fino assortment of honor to humanity mans time did not expire until the first one of the oldest and most respected is some fine tobacco land and splendid Christmas candies during the holidays of January but Mr Ball was anxioui to citizens of this community having lived pastures on the place Mr Taylor says Mn Speaker Reed of tho American Those who come aro surprised at the low prices MiwiTida Mercer is in Louisville this get into the office and familiarize himhere since her marriage in 18tO to it is a pretty big rent but he has faith Corigresn in Bald to be opposed to the week visiting her sister Mrs Estel Sut self with the buBims for such a high grade of goods ag wo sell He says also that he has so Mr Skillman Vivian Daniel who preceded her to in the output And we annexation of Hawaii Mr Reed do sul ton resigned Mr Skillman has rented an their heavenly mansion some eight or one of the best workers and managers in must confess that the great multitude of new comers seem to be in tuiiuh with his party at Had you observed that Undo Dan office over James Gardners store where ten years She was a very remarkable that section If there is anything in attracted by these extraordinary values is even a this time on mnny public questions but Haynes Thanksgiving services cost him he can be found until his business is woman Possessed of more than ordi- Â¬ farming Mr Triplett and bis four bos surprise to ourselves as a ruler over the movements of his nary business qualifications of solid will get it out Mr Taylor says he is wound up 2030 member hes a success character and sound judgement but best going to push it for all it is worth I Mr and Mrs Frank Haswell were up Dan Haynes who lives near Garfield already bought W00 worth of catfrom Cloverport Sunday visiting hi lost 2030 in gold about ten days ago of all of a great warm loving heart have Tiik wheat crop neier looked better in tle said he and I want to buy some mother The money was all in 20 gold pieces ex- that went out to every person in the BreckenrhUe county at this season of w 01 Id in need of a friend She has fed hogs and sheep I believe there is good 10 piece Mr Ilaynes had V B Burton executed bond and was cept one the year Tiiere is a larger number of the hungry clothed the naked visited money in farming and I am going to try qualified as sheriff in tho County Court kept the money at his house all the time the sck and cornforted many a acres planted than was ever known heart in it for two years at least and felt that it would be safer there than before and if the price hangs around the Monday distress She had been a cripple con Â¬ He never entrusted Mrs L A Foote of Bowleyville is anywhere else dollar mark until harvest comes aiain fined to her home and denied the privi- Â¬ Free of Charge to Suffereis M UILIIKII llll rtr t r the boys wil have a little cash and some hero this week visiting her daughter any of his money with tho banks al- lege of attending the houso of God for though we dont suppose it was because Mrs V G Babbage to spare Cut this out and take it to your drug Â¬ ix he mistrustod them ia any way He more than seven years but in all those gist and get a sampio bottle free of Dr Mrs It B Pierce came up from Clov- Â¬ has always had bia own notions about years of confinement her cheerfulness Kings New Discovery for Consumption The Uuittd States Pension depart erport last Wednesday to attend the fun- Â¬ these things and doubtless felt his abil- Â¬ patience and active interest in the Coughs and Colds They do not ask you ment is still looking after the old soldiers eral of Mrs V Daniel church the poor and In all matters ity to take care of his own funds better and gives tin m a good quarterly rating pertaining to the welfare of the commun- Â¬ to buy before tryli g This will show Mrs James G Haswell and her daugh- Â¬ than any one else Mr Hiynes mad a as the years come and go MI lions up- Â¬ ter Mies Linnie will make their Lome ity in which she iivtd were remarkable you the merits of this truly wonderful money and hoarded it away long before on millions are paid out every year and iu Conneticut this winter for one of her years Her lovo for her remedy and show you what can be acwe had banks in this country and these a large amount of it goes to those who church was intense she gav e it the first complished by tho rrgular size bottle MisfeiNeta and Ada Beard gaye a gold coins have doubtless bjen the hard This is no experiment and would be 49 Ladies and Gents Rocker from ooc to 6 oo are the least deserving This was the birthday dinner to a number of their earnings of many years Mr Ilaynes is place in her affection and service It disastrous to case under a Democratic administration the proprietors did they was a delight to her to minister to the 37 Childrens Chaiis and Rockers 6oc to 250 young friends last Sunday beyond seveuty oud the loss will g which did all it could to rectify it servants of Christ One of her last acts of not know it would invariably cure 12 dozen chairs in split double cane open cane Miss Eva Hensley writes home that hard with him On November the 25th cobler and uph 1 Many of the best physicians are now us last the family concluded they would go thoughtfulness and that after she had ing it in their practice with great results stered from 190 to 900 per set Stone of the First Dis she is very much pleased with her posi- Â¬ Gait WJ to church and though something un- Â¬ taken her bed was to call the women of tion at Meridian Mississippi trict is now in the race for the Democra the church together and buy a carpet and are relying on it in most severe Sofa Lounges Book Case Secretaries Center Tables Music usual no one was left about the premises Racks It is guaranteed Short tic nomination for Governor of this Btate for the parsonage Then when almost cases There is plenty of money in the banks Mr Ilaynes took his gold on this occa16x20 pictures in 4 inch frame 65c Regular size 50 at bottom prices Capt Stone is xery pleasantly remem and the fellows will jerk it out after sion too weak to talk aloud she called her Ilaynes drug store 20x24 pictures and went out and burried it near cents and 1 00 on 4 inch frame 90c Easels white and oak from 60c to bered by the Democrats of Breckenridge a w Idle and go to spending it 160 tho barn He felt of course that it was daughter and directed her to pay her and when the time comes he will no assessments for the year She of whom Thrce fourth life size portraits in 6 inch frames white and I will have on hands a fine lot of as Â¬ all secure and didnt go back to look afgold and doubt have a pntty good folowhgin sorted cakes for the holiday All goods ter it tor several days We believo he I write has passed away from earth it is Fiction Dnjut Treatment of the Rlrh a and gold Water Color this county true Is out of mortal sight And yet it 300 Crayon 260 Perfect picture guaran said it was on December 3rd when he fresh ami II st class J H Hook A griovauco thnt seems to me that the places that knew Tery lujudloiously has boeu treated teed Samples at store In many works of Our meichants are filling up tho town went to look after it But he found that her once will know her always Hon Charles Hanfjrd is being promi that fiction is tho relation of tho rich to the with Christmas goods and old Santa his treasure had flown Mr Ilaynes Mrs nently mentioned as the R pubican Daniel is not dead that she can poor Absolutely false ideas as to how was much disturbed bewildered con aus is on the run hunting them up never die to those who knew and loved tho rich get their wealth and what candidate for Congn sa from this district fused The accumulations of many Down at Cloverport they have a great they do with it next yi ar Mr Illamlford will no doubt years gone He came to town and laid tier Though gone she ling re with us been persistently when they got It havo ChrUtmas dieplay That old town baa floated by novelists for In word and deed ami example accept the place if tendered him but it the matter before his old friend B F Palms of victory I palms of victory whom as for the journalist a millionwill b j an empty honor He let the been g i ty of trying to make a big show Beard Now Mr Biard is the presi aire is always fair game It is not worth for n any years best opportunity slip in this connexion E F B dent of tho Bank of Hardinsburg and he thou shalt wear whllo to expend any sympathy upon when John W Lewis run iu four years Capt J 11 Rowland and wife who dosent believe in handling the the millionaires in this matter as they precious 9100 Reward 8100 go have been visiting Mrs V G Babbage can struggle along under a considerable metal in that way So it wasnt much returned to their home in Cloverport consolation uncle Daniel cr uld get from The readers of this paper will be pleased weight of vituperation but tho rest of The County Assessors cilice is one of last Saturday him However Mr Beard sympathized to learn that there is at least one dread Â¬ ua cannot afford to bo put continually the inou Importaut in the county Yet Yes we will take a few sheep at a fair witli him in his loss and suggested that ed dlseaso that science has been able to iu n loise aiuiuuo toward wealth Hatred or envy of the rich is not a pleas we dont b viii to iealin the inequalities price Need tltsm on the farm Tbon some thief had wached him when he cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh ant companion for our felt by a great many in the improper President McKIuley Fays there is no burried the gold and Halls Catarrh Cure Is the only positive and tho poorer wo aro tholelsuro hours went and got It less pleasant aascsinent of property for taxation business in free wool This is no doubt the solution of the mat- cure known to the medical fraternity oompany it is likely to bo It Interferes Somebody has to pay the tax and if we- Jjrjie ter and the thief bad doubtless been Catarrli being a constitutional disease with our working to the best advantago fllnura 0 Mrl v U and cuts us off from opportunities of treatment B Church South last Wedne- - watching the movements of that gold requires a constitutional mate value It will be done for us We day accumulating the very wealth that i veiling at 2M oclock Bkiknap Ills Feb 10th 1897 conducted for sometime Detective Wills was up Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally might ease our call attention lo this because there Is by It vs IU Great Charm Bneding Kelly and Sneed from Cloverport last week and went out acting directly on the blood and mucous Home Journal pains Droch In Ladies J O Mendeiihall Eyansville Ind some complaint as to he manner in The pall Yes we f bearers wore Messrs Morris and looked over tho surrounding but surfaces the system thereby destroy Â¬ Diar81r Your Improved Chill and pupa really went all over Europo but which a great deal of property is listed Eskridge ouly enjoyed himself In Kimball Harmau PM Beard we didnt learn that be caught any clue ing the foundation of the disease and ever Cure has been one of mv beat nd Venice Stma Isovei looked entirely and a great John P Haswell giving the patient strength by building The Coming Woman to the robbery Mr Ilaynes is ttlll la lore during the last year my purchases Jr Owen Cunulnghtm Ah yes uo wonder The gondolas deal Is not put at balf its value menting his ill luck and V G Babbage would the ma up the constitution and assisting nature who goes to lbs club while her husband having exceeded two 2 Gross I find St Marks tholtialto the iu doing its work The proprietors have tends the baby as well jority of us under like clrcumstanci s Oh it wasnt that But he could as the good old that it gives splendid satisfaction as those A successful farmer of Carroll county so mucn laun in iu curative powers fashioned sit In woman who hoks after her who use it once invariably call for It of tho the hotel you know and fish out says the Wool Record gives in Iud Kxatsvillx Ky Nov 15 I860 My that they offer One Hundred Dollars for borne will both In time run down in again window London Fun Yours respectfully object lesson showing how sheep can husband was in a serious condition with any case that it fails to cure Send for health They will be troubled with loss B II ltaus made profitable Last fall he pur Â¬ be internal ulcerated piles He did not obÂ¬ lists of testimonials of appetite headache sleeplessness faint Elizabstii N J Oct 10 1800 chased twelve sheep for which he paid tain relief from prescriptions and his life Address F J CHENEY A Co Toledo O or diuy spells The most wonderful A Japaucso saying runs ElyBbos Dear Sirs Please accept A womans 75 stitTSold by Druggists 76c In the spring and summer he Are features peculiar to nooda nils Small la was dispaired of Finally he began remedy for these women is Electric Bit tOllgUO is only six lnnhm 1nn Uk It my thanks for your iavor in the gift of a sold 111 Iambs for 4 18 and his wool clip site tasteless efficient thorough As one man Ing Hoods Sarsaparilla and this medi- Â¬ teis Thousands of sufferers from lame can kill a man six feet high bottle of Cream Balm Let m mv I Bitted him I1S0 making a total of f 577 Lung soreness is a forerunner of ter back and weak kidneys rise up and call cine did him eood In a short time he have used it for years and can thoroughly Ha has three lambs left and all the wasable to walk and ride and last fall lous trouble If you feel the slightest It blessed It Is the medicine for worn recommend It for what it claims If di Â¬ Knbody Sail Sa sheep In his original flock which he he sowed his wheat this being the first Indication Dr Bells Pins Tar Honey en Female complaints and nerv us rections are lollowed Your truly Mtlma m are to Uj worth 160 more than will allay the intimation and prevent troubles of all kinds are soon work he has done in four years relevod hy Rev H W Hathaway what he piid tor them a year ago All saMi Yuu new know on further progress of the disease It is the me usi of Electrlo Bitters Delicate Holla E Hesd No clergyman should be wkbot If are stocking sure taken a pill till It U all formers In that rnrpr n clcaualng tho enUru syau rn dlsii most fB lent bombs of caring coughs wosbsb should have this eTcrMaaiIIoodCa Cream II ilm la kept by all dfiaggMs remely on aF in- - a a a Mgh up ou siivtp T rroprlwr Lowell Miss Hwds Pills are the only pills to take colds asd bronchial agctioa kmud in hand to build up the system Only 60o fun sire 60c Trial s se 10 eeta VW Tlxo only ptUa to take wltb Hoods SampwilU pritw ftxl irr ft nit fo net with Hoods SamararlH I per bottle mail it iioauuia U mu For sals by Short A Hayne guaranteed to euro draflsMa KLY BROft M Warn XT CMr X I SURPRISE DARTY 7HS EEK Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Christmas Goods Galore GEO YEAKEL ill Co Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Furniture Talk Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Call and Inspect Stock Â¬ All Goods Marked in Plain Figures M HAMMI k SOK Â¬ - j CLOVERPORT KY Â¬ u asy to Take asy to Operate Hoods aSlI - IlSi S KVPntrrri Iff VS- bHjk BHKpRisrmoaEX Aycrs Cherry pectoral When tho doctors considered mo incurable Ayera Cherry Pectoral cured mo of Vest DHuy-DHuy-D- Knir duovBXRPORT I ky WE WILL virrpfVp 5 Vest Hily Vest Im going to Vest Tho goods aro at Vests Toys toys toys Vests Canned goods City Bakery Chronic Bronchitis L B LARDINOIS Rosioro Wis IIALF SIZD BOTTLES 50c Breckenridge WRDRNRPAY News 15 1RQ7 DECEMBER The randy people are Vest Candy for everybody at VestV Flno GhiUtmas candl s City Bakery Wagon rocking horsss cradles at Vests J W M Field of Otfeimboro wts in town yesterday Judge James R Skillman went to Hatvesvlllo yesterday A handsomo metal lamp Pittsburgh burner for 2 25 at Vests From golden locks to gray beards gifts for nil ages Suzers Drayman Geo Wllsoi will now haul your goods In a new wagon Its going to be rich Its worth going miles to see watch for it Suzers Mr Frank Ford of Covington a dis tinguished and wealthy citizen of that place died Monday Miss Emma Riedel of Holts Bottom Sons will act as cashier for Win Vest Vests aro tho people The candy people are Vest See thoso Banquet lamps Vests Tho latest in work baskets at Vests Have you hoard the band at DHuys John Beavln mirkcted by boat I head of lings yesterday The most suitable Christmas gifts are to be found at DHuys c Miis Evelyn Hicks spent Saturday and Sunday at Hawesvllle Mrs Annie M Brown will leave this week for Louisville to spend the holidays with her daughter Mrs A Y Ford S T Smith of Glendeanc wont to Louisville Monday to sell his tobacco G Local Brevities 7k i pa L Efij Vest Vest Vest Prices a siiprlse SuIztb Candy for everybody at Vests Mrs Charles Balltnan is quite sick Fall millinery Miss Judith Millr For fruils and nuts see us Suzers 2000 pounds of fine candies at Vt fits Two cap pistols for 5 cents Suz irs Tliose pretty easles where Vests Oysters and celery at the City Bakery Something for everybody at DHuys Candy candy till you cant rest VestV ei Bert Cunningham of ClunauU went to Louisville Monday with hogs and apples and sold both at fair p Ices Mr and Mrs William Mattingly of Hardinsbnrg will spend Christmas with her parents Mr and Mrs Thos Lewis The assorlment immense this Christ Â¬ mas you will have lost something if you dont visit DHuys during tho holidays during the holidays Mrs Georgo Gropr left Sunday morn Â¬ It snows it tains It shines but you get the s line peasi ig plcturos when ing tor Indianapolis where sm wasfiim tnnncil to come to tho bedside of her you go to Knights sick sister Mr and Mrs Charles May went to Mrs Imngeno Stucky with her two Owensboro jesterday to spend a few children Edward and Imagine of Lou- Â¬ da s with relatives isville were tho J D Brashear buyer for the Amoii- - White last week visitors of Miss Georga can Tobacco Company paid out 5000 for tobacco here last week Squire Jarrott holds his regular quart Â¬ Charley Corley for many years known erly court at Stcphensport to day Next as tills towns expert huntsman is critic- Â¬ Friday Squire Bion Jolly will hold his court at Bewloyvllle ally ill witli onsumptlon Miss Lela Iienly went to Holts Bot- Â¬ There will be preaching in tho Presby- Â¬ tom Saturday to be with Capt and Mrs terian church Sunday morning by Rev Donald Grant After services there will A J Gros for several da p There cannot elsewhere be shown a be a congregational meeting 9333339993aaa3a9999 tfapo Fiend Arretted Oscar Lrgvlon known nil over this county as a notorious and Jusperate character wni arrested hero Monday by Marshal Hall and Detective Wills Tho latest chag against him Is for raping his step mother who lives in Meade county Last Friday ho was in If you have coughed and Payncsvlllo drunk His stepmother coughed until the lining mem- who was in town witli him prevailed on him to go home with her He consent- Â¬ brane of your throat and lungs A ed and they started for her home T t When they got a short distance from fi town ho pulled her iff her horso and 8 beat her unmercifully witli a club and while she lay unconcloiis on the ground he committed his hellish crime leavng of Cod liver Oil will soothe her In tho road to get home as best she m strengthen and probably cure could He left the country and the first m The cod liver oil feeds and seen of 11m was in this city Monday strengthens the weakened tis when he was arrested Sheriffs Deputy The glycerine soothes Will Gardner and Fon Rhodes were at in sues Lodiburg Monday looUn for him r and heals them The hypo- Sherlil Gaiduer hns a wairant for hlni n phosphites of lime and soda issued from Butler county for a like ofm impart tone and vigor Dont fense committed over there He is the neglect these coughs One same Logsdon who was whipped and run m bottle of the Emulsion may do out of Irvlngtoti somo llnni ago for Lo in company with a woman of disreputaa more for you now than ten Logsdon is now lodged ble character r can do later on Be sure you in tlie city Jul awaiting orders from m get SCOTTS Emulsion olllceis of Meade county whtre he is to AlldrugglsW flj 50c ndioa wanted A 1 Weak Lungs Saturday Dec Give Away FREE w 18 Scotts Emulsion 3Family Egg Cases3 w V s v vi Â¬ w w w Â¬ Â¬ S 0 jj t To the three persons bringing us the largest amount of eggs on that date These Egg Cases hold 12 dozens free from breakage Remember it costs you nothing to try to get one The cases arc worth 50c each Your name with the number of eggs you bring will be placed in a book and when trade is over Saturday night the person having brought the largest number the second and the third largest williecctvc the prizes Sec next issue Â¬ to SCOTT DOWNE Chemists New York ARE YOU NERVOUS 1 We Mrs O O Fil- Â¬ rVVV--tV- V ler 135 South Fourth street Columbu Ohio to Dr Hartman of Co lumbus O as lollows For ten or fi 1 0 e n writes Â¬ Our display is just grnnd see it WANT WAIN Vlyv UQwe lm EU 100 lb Suz rs Ige day Gibson went to Lodiburg Sun- Â¬ See the new Suzirs Vf us lineof holiday nick wear Fino pickles in bottle or bulk City hotter selection of silverware and jewel- Â¬ Bakery ry than is on display at DHuys John Slaton of Rojetta was in town Dont complain of the weather and Saturday hard times just smile a smile and come lmvo our p cture taken at Knights Handkerchfifs from one cent up Suz rs Mrs Julius Brashear and children of West Point were thegursts other slbter- AH of tho larg bakeries Invn consoli in law Mies Nannie Brashear last week dated Wo becamo acquainted witli old Santa Mrs Alf Otlza has been quite ill for many years ago and are on more inti Â¬ several days See that wonderful handy kitchen mate terms than ever this year Suzers Advertisers should read what John table Suz rs Wanamaker has to say of advertising Prayer meoting at tho Baptist chutch which van be found elsewhere in this to night Wednesdiy See the new gimes and home amuse Â¬ ments Suz rs All millinery is purchased from Mies Judith Miller Corao now come to day it may bo gone to morrow Sulzers If you want a good Christinas dinner go to tho Galonay home Tuylund was never mom attractive than this year at Suz irs A CliristmaB hat would be a desirlable gift Miss Judith Miller Come now dont wait ths rush for the novelties aro going Sulzers Our J 00 cabinet pictures for 250 durirg the holidays Knights gallery We start the procession light the way for others to follow by Suz rs Dr William Milner of Union Star was in the city Saturday on business Your confectioneries when bought from the City Bakery are pure and fresh Send in your grocery orders for Christ- Â¬ mas dinneis we can fill them SuIztb Rev W B IluMelga will hold services in the Baptist clUch Suadty rooming and at night The eyes dezz led mlud puzieled wondering what wo are next going to do issue When you come to Cloverport during the holidays you are invited to make your headquarters at Vests Tlieio everything new can be seen Just a3 good pictures made in cloudy weather as sunshine by our instantan Â¬ eous proceps Havo your photograph made now tor a Christmas present and muku Homehodv linnnv Kniehts liIiss Lida Lyons and fol Jollys Station will 55 T7 iJV Suzjrs Mr George Jordan has had her house painted a beautiful blue J T Daniel did the work Honest valurs stitched with truthful words you will find in our Christmas display Sulzers A handsome tea pot in black with gilt border very artisitic and tho thing you want Vests There is gulng to be a gay old time in many parlors witli those boss games we arc Belling Suz rs Truly we show the largest line 0 candy that has ever been shown in Cloverport Vt sis Nearly every day we are turning out pretty picture frames presents for loved ones Suzers Those pretty and stylish hats and bonnets continue to pi get one from AHssJffllith Miller Bare walls takes all the brightness from a room our aisortment in pretty pictures is complete Suzijrs The housekeeper who needs a tea or dinner set plain white or decorated can certainly bo Bulted at Vests Mr and Mrs Rminoy Rmfrow came to this city yesterday by land from Sulphur Spilngs to visit relatives China lampo brass bottoms something elaborate and the kind you are looking fyr at Vesta and only f I 25 yKlamt b F Susan 12 Jtsoph G and William T Mason 8ld to George T Mason one tract of land on Tar 0eek containing 10 acies consideration 200 I ugo F Bott manager of the Tel City Journal Bpent a few hours In this city Sunday It was his first visit and was much Impressed with the town Miss Moillo Adkisson entertained very handsomely to dinner last Thurs day at her beautiful home near Webster Those present wero Mrs Luby Adkis- Â¬ son Mrs Colgati Mrs Wm Hall and baby Prout Mimes Elizabeth Hall and Manna Adkisson and Dr S 15 Adkisson Dr James T Miliner son of Wm Miliner of Union Star has recently lo- Â¬ cated at Liwisport f jr the practice of bis profession The doctor is a pplendid young physician a chip off the old block and the News bespeaks for him a sue cessful and widespread practice in his new home VIr Jaiob A Payne of Lodiburg died last Friday night of typhoid fever He was 15 years old and leaves a wife and Sulzrs eight children Mr Payne was a good Tliose wine and water sets in new green and gold pattern are the newiest substantial citizen and will be mlsstd in He was a brother of Mrs and swellcst things shown in the city at that section Gus Gibson of this city Vests Mrs Mirrs wife of Luther Marrs Dont wait for the last day and bo near Custer was reported in a dying caught lu the whirl of the busiest day in the year Come raako your purchase condition last Friday from pneumonia Just a day or two b fore their little nine now Suzers year old daughter died of the same dis Especial effort has been made this easa Mr Marrs has the sympathy of year to please all in wooden and willow the whole neighborhood in his doep afware The line should be seen to be fliction appreciated Vests Tis said that tli9 feminine sex is given The time is drawing near and it wont to yawning more than any other and of be many days until youll lmye to com- Â¬ course they have that privilege It is a DHuy rare occurrence that anything of a ser- Â¬ mence making a selection extends a hearty welcome to you all to ious character ever results from it This visit his establishment time a certain woman of this town while conversing Monday wont to yawn and Mrs J Miller went to Hardinsburg Monday accompanied by Mrs L Burnett her j nv b came daocatod However lady from continu- Â¬ and Miss Mollis GofT who spent the day It did not prevent the ing the conversation with their relatives Morris Eskridge and Probably you wish a lamp and aro one this Christmas you should visit Vests for they have em to let Suz rs aro giving away 3 nice prices to tho ones bringing tliem the most eggs see their t iF r in thoir regular adver- Â¬ tising space Mrs Geo Dowden lies returned to Brandenburg She was accompanied by her daughter Mrs Orville Gregory who will remain several weeks Mrs Augustus Gibson returned from Lodiburg yesterday where she has been to see her sister Mrs Tom Payne who is quite ill A platttr for the turkey a gravy tureen or beat a celery btand some extra dishes is what mother wants going to purchase Mr Alyin Miller be married to morrow Thursday at the home of tho bride Rev W B Ruttedgo officiating Only the immediate friends and relatives of the contracting parties will be present They aro both well to do and prominent young people of that neighborhood been subject to I would have spells nervous dlspppsia of quivering in my stomach with smoth- Â¬ ering feelings My nerves were terribly debilitated I was suffering fro n what is called nervous prostration My stom- Â¬ ach felt bloated and I was constantly weak and trembling I consulted sever Â¬ al physicians who treated nio without doing any gro 1 I had almost given up in dispair when I heard of It was about six years ago that I first took I fonn I It an immediate re- Â¬ lief to all my disagreeable symptoms It is the only medicine that lias ever Mrs Lucie been of auy use to me Waldie Otsego Lake Mich Box 07 For three eors I suffered writes with catarrhal dspepsia I wrote to you for advice and you told mo to take your medicines It has been ten months since I began to use your medicines and I am peif ctly well I think your medi Â¬ cines deservii got much praise Send for Dr Hartmans latest book on Winter Catarrh Addrsiyour letter to Cilumbus Ohio a Ask your druggist for a froe Almanac for 1808 a Pe-ru-- wmM Syonrs I haye UllCity Ind six FOU 1IKN1 Oneftory dwelling he or For with outbuildings in Eistanil Infnnutlon npply to Mrs bjmuel Johnson nt ihe old bank building rn IIk1i Street h rOIEV farm one S1KAVKU Oilwhite spotted Irom myfour cam hound old hid a r pe hitter on wlren disappeared Lib eral reward villi begivinfor lufonnalton or n turn to i N Tatils shop NOTICK All re sons indebted to the undersigned will please call and settle with out deay Upon failure to tlo so 1 will of neets have to Ukrjudgnietlt on all unpaid accounts si in order that 1 may he nble t d spnse of the claims to good advantage II S bKitLMN Clk Hreckesiridge Circuit Court Dec 6 iS7 paiticuhrs address from 4 000 feet Uock rr Hitter t 7 inches in iliimitir Kcr 1 Cm ammo Mitt want you To bring us ell li Your Eggs Feathers Old Hens Beeswax Tallow and Dried Fruit Bring them this week SULZERS What have you to sell 3 9 C j SAIK A tract of lint cnntiinlnq 16 six mile s norlheust ol llardinsbiirij 50 acres cullivatlrg nnd 40 acies vulley land and the balance wood and 1 wo duellings an excel Itnt orchard wo I w iterrit It is known as 111 John Uoaid larm 1cr further in o maticn wnte ti II K Ham FOR Let us know aileldkv 1 he undersigned as ss Inec cm Charles Kadi In itner will cm the 1 t d j of Oece nber lDi r at pub k sale to the holi Â¬ est bidder about o clock p m at Asians hy slid K idcheimersonelhird inttiest In a disti lerv NO 1 1CH net and fixtures and same distil ery forimtls oier a ted by Itadeheim r lnutli on a cndit ofthree V O Uabhace Aninee months CCCtLCvJ mn ULU SANTA HAS STOPPED IN Apple Trees IjlOIt SAIK one at ijperioo cash ort the luerid in Cloter Hen Uavis atinte tree leooo three and ur jear eld I llighi ind Nurseiy orde V s ASlfllV iiu pric 1 Strayed or Stolen From my farm at Ituras Ky one steer two yeirs old wtighlng 80 pounds clehcrDet when horn were larne nearly white itirkcd half crop oft right tar swallow fork anu under bit In left ear One muty heifer two enrsoid nearly led weigh Ing 700 prunds inatked swil ow folk in righ eir under h If crop in left tar 1 1l1er1l reward will be or their return to me at given fir Information Ituras Ky Ur Ken Han ed c 1 IRVINGTON WITH HEADQUARTERS AT To De Married This Afternoon This afternoon at 3 oclock thero will occur at Muldraiigb Meade county at the home of the brides parents Mr acd G Mrs Silas Harrington a pretty wedding Their Store is packed with Holiday Goods Notice of which the contracting parties are their against the daughter Miss Nettie to Mr Jeeeo R All persons having claims wii p esent estate ol I Cashman deceastd th3 seme Toys Books Bibles Comb Brush properly prusen to me on or befute J n ay fth G Weatherholf of tills city Rev All per ons knowing themselves iuiibted i8y8 Shelly former paitor of thu Elm street to the estate of R V Caslunao deceased tnton and set le Methodist church here will porform the Star wll come I rnrd F CAMIMAN Admin A NEW C ceremony Immediately after tho wedW DRY GOODS NOTIONS BOOTS SHOES HATS CAIS ding the bridal couple will leave for this Hani Dp city where a reception will be given in L Dad You aro n regular rolling stone We cant bo excelled in tho above articles One visit their honor Miss Harrington is a sister my sou Did you laiow that n rolling will prove to you that we are the people 1 0 trade with of Mrs J S Seymour of this city who btouo nover gathers any niosi Sou Yes but the rolling stene would is quite popular in society and has an exten ed acquaintanceship Mr Weath liko to raiso a littlo dust ubt now dad Uoston Courier or a chungoerholt is one of Cloverports self made young men and his many friends wish Most of tho canal barges iu tho soutk htm and his better half a happy and of Kuglaud aro worked by wotueu prosperous voyage through life The Nuns extends congratulations A Good Memory Bucklens Arnica Salve AAAAAVSA aaaaaaamaaa aaavaaaaa often BavfB inonoy nnd nlco good health The Best Salve in the world for Cuts K jou are troubled witli constipation o WE BOAST OF THE Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fe Â¬ indigestion or any form of stomach trouver Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chil Â¬ ble remember to tako homo a bottle of t n 9 a blains Corns and all Skin Eruptions Dr Caldweils Syrup IVpsin and health MMAAt s Â¬ value and postively cures Piles or no pay re will be restored to you Tiial siz 10e quired It is guaranteed to give perfect 10 doses 10c latg tV e C0j and 100 satisfaction or money refunded Price of Chas C Mmtiti Never Mote Worlhr Thin Now j 25 cents per box For Salo by Shoit SHELMAN COS p and Cases GOODS ENTIRELY Â¬ o SHELMAN Co Irvington Ky OIXKKIO1 v Â¬ m fffffl To come and examine my You are Charles BouflW has just completed the repairing of the tank to tho short lino engine It is almost new and it will uot be long before everything will be working einoothly Jamra B Yac Jr tobacconist of thl city Is in from a trip through Ohio county There he found an immense crop and sijs the farmers there thor Â¬ oughly understand the handling otthe weed lie purchased a good many crops and for o pild 71 for leaf and lugs which wm atrlctly first clan There will be a much larger crop than was 4 rat aatlelpaUd River News We make the assertion that no where The river is in an excellent boaliug else will such a complete stock of gro Â¬ stage and tho boats come and go on ceries bo found than In our grocery time department Vests At the wharf thero aro two boats Rev Donald Grant came down from buying all of the old iron that can be Louisville Saturday night and preached gtthered up In tho city an excellent sermon In the Presbyterian The shipping of stock has been exceed church Sunday morning He left yes ingly light for tho pant two weeks by terday for Guston to spend tho remain Â¬ river Tula is on account of the fall In der of the week prico Mr and Mm Fletcher Pauley of The Great Eastern of the Ohio and Holts Bottom bavo moved to this city tho Str State cf Kansas went by here Mr Pauley has accepted a position in Sunday night loaded with btock the Texas thops Their friends will southern freight find thorn at the home of her father The Str Buckeye State pa6od down John Carson whom they have taken Monday night drawing nearly eoven rooms for the present feet of water She had a large consign Â¬ Miss Mamie ft Griffith who has been ment of irercbandlse for the south a guest at Mr Turn Moores for tho past TIh town authorities should look after week will leave here to morrow morn the condition of the lovy If not given ing for her homo at Cloverport A more prompt attention the tlmo will Boon charming visitor Bardstown has never come when It cannot be repaired had and It is with sincere regret that we Neaon Recor see her leave Uncle Barry Maoy living near Har YOU dinsburg accompanied by hi nephew G P MacyofSteplienporland Micajih Uu Arms went to Louisville Monday constitution undermined by ex- Â¬ cle Berry goes to consult a physician for a rupture from which he has been travagance in eating by disre- Â¬ suffering a long time lie will proba Â¬ bly remain there for several weeks It garding the laws of nature or is Mr Arms first visit to Louiavillo physical capital all gone if so The nkws comes to you one and all brimful of freBh news and attractive advertisements on every page CorresÂ¬ Tutts Liver Pills will cure you pondents from Almost every available For sick headache dyspepsia point In this anil Meade county If anything occurs of any Importance it sour stomach inalaria torpid can be found in this paper Study the liver constipation biliousness advertisements as a great deal of in- Â¬ and all kindred diseases formation can bo gained from them Furthermore when ordering fioru any of thena you can reat assured youll gt jurt what Is advertised Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ family HayneB Wifely Devotions In Memonam The earthly house has been dissolved and her glorifi d spirit has enterod that house not made with hands eternal in This thought came to the Heavens me when I heard of the death of Mrs V Daniel the trunnml faithful friend to the preacher and family Only one year did we servo the good people of Hardirsburg but during that time I can recall many pleasant associations especi- Â¬ ally in tho home of this dear friend Her great kind heart was ready to receive me from the first aud take the place of mother and tliroughout tl oyearBhe was ever thoughtful and anxious to b ightun the hours aud days we Bpent at the par sonsgo by her kindlier remembering us in many ways all unknown to the world Many a veary itinerant lias fouu welcome aud rest in her homo In the long ago And many living now will rls i up and call her blesied lu every work ol the church she was interested helping the poor preachers in the far West giving of hur moans Poor old Muuuyrich I With ouo leg in tho grave Yes but his young wifo is pulling Indian valiantly ut tho other 0110 apolis Journal W GIVE BARGAINS Â¬ THAT HAVE NO PRECEDENT Invited beautifully selected stock You shall not be asked to buy that being left entirely to your own pleasure Come look at everything ask all questions you wish it filial be our only duty to make you pleased old or young white or black Our long experience In jowelry is a guarantee that we know something of the bueTaesa not as the dry good man or groceryman rely on the drummera word wboee on Â¬ ly interest is to sell We are prepared to do all or any repairing at onie no delay ltepairu done neatly and bo cure New tools new goods and competent skill Â¬ ed workmen in charge Come one come all and make yourself at homes On Juno 13 1755 upward of 2400 Fnlmon wero taken abovo tho bridge iu tho river Tyuo and sold iu NowcastU nt Id aud t4d per pound 1 Listen to the Pacts all you Economically Inclined People Itb because wo sell the grcacst value that we stll the greatest qltantity and it is uccatisc we uuy in targe quantities that we can iindcitcll all other stores Just Glance Over Our Magnificent Stock And See if we do Not Save You Mouoy on Â¬ C VsVSSytH O tfZAirt tWB ivxvuAJer vjikiuo The Talk of the Â¬ Y Every Item Why is it that wc are the leading exponent in high class merchandise Ikcmtsc our assortments are bigger and fresher Uccnusc our prices are lower Uccatisc we protect out pa trons by the guaranty The Dcst Â¬ Â¬ Town Our Candy ARE BANKRUPTinhealth NEVER DESPAIR tq places smooth make rough and to foreign missions alio freely con tributed giving the heathen the hopes and comforts of the blessed gospel The Influence of her life will not soon pass away the excellencies of hor character have left a lasting Impression upon her many friends and the memory of her virtues will bs a blessing to us all Mas E E Pate Maughteniville Ky CITY BAKERY We are on the Â¬ T C Lewis HARDINSBURG KY F N DHUY Sealer in CASTORIA For Bttfet- HMM Corner breVdT LUNCHES - 1 Iafats and CMldren Tutts Liver Pills an absolute cure Ji Gyffi kn Watches Clocks Specta Â¬ cles Sewing Machines and Musical Mer Â¬ chandise J 1 ami V flPHJMgggtg sv e VVVVVVVWVVVVsV I W WW u ju j ji l U aa THB BRBQKBNR TCJf MJ T vf tfjfc vTn 3W1 CROP REPORT Nearly w TIP1 Jf altOVFOiEi wi jffiayfr -- - fnrr Sy w Uiw twMpyi iJlifcpji breckenridge News WEDNESDAY DECKMUEU15 V- 1807 TlW Mid LOCAL OTHERWISE iwwwwvi Ever body reads the News Send the Nkhs jour printing Wheat lias mnde another jump Alton fcllth vta in town FatiiMny Gen Clays young wife will return to liim Tobarco still continues to comu Into 1 fW 6S this market There Bre flfty Beven frog farms in the United States Your money well ent when space is purcbaptd of the News Mrs D It Murray and son Hal were in Louisville last week Mrs John Allen Murray and children weie in Louisville last week George Greer engineer on the Texas after a short lllnem is out again Mrs V It Weathington of IJalltown is quite low with consumption Santa Clam Is a very close render of the advertising columns these days Steve Hull has been given the position of nltflit watchman on the work tram Jubal Hook J and 0 0 Ah of Ilardinsburg were in the city Sunday Messrs E LClark and S II Ewrey of Huwesville were in the city Monday Mrs Alex Royd and Vtghter Mies Kate returned from Louisville Situr day Tobacco and cornstalks are the two principle products going into Owens- boro More actual reading matter in the Nkws than any other local paper in the Mr It Deavln ealoonlstof Hawesvllle has the rarest collection of coins In the Hie slate says the Hancock Clarion collection comprises about POO rare coins and their value Is about i 2000 In the lot Is found an English dollar of date 1770 Another of 18U which are both valuable Mmr II V Harris manrgT of tho Hreckenridjie Coinrnny Lmlted Rail Â¬ road of this city with headquarters In Louisville and Mr David Duncan also wore ngiatered at the of LluUvllli Mr Duncan Heyser House Monday comes to take Superintendent Herons place who recently rt signed The timo for Christmas is almost upon us Every available opportunity is be- Â¬ ing ued by the merchants and it wont be many days before the largo end varied stock ol X inaa goods will bo ready for For many years CIov yourinspictlon erpoit lias held the reputation as the foremost town along this line A continual cry can bo iieard in this town about property which is to rent Tho complaint is that most of the dwell inps are notsuitableand that if good com- Â¬ fortable ones were erected a fair rental rould be obtained Why dont men with capital invest and secure good in t rest on their money Mr Thos Hlythe of HardlnBburg was Mr Bytlie has been in town last week buying a great many cattle and said they no Hendrck Mr were bard to Und nno of llr ckenridge countys well to do farmers lull made he said the largest He has nalei of cattle in the county sold upwards of 1500 worth and has 28 hogshead of tobacco stored iu Louisville The Ladles Cooking Club held its first fail meeting at the home of the Misses Bowmers Wtdncsday evening from from 8 to 12 Miss Lucille Sterrett of assisted them in re- Â¬ Haw isville ceiving Tho evening was delightfully spent by all present Dainty luncheon was served at 12 A number of laugh- Â¬ able and interestir g charades were introduced by Miss Sterrett Mrs J II Ilamlall and others The next meeting will be with Mrs WG Smart Tito Fraternal Mystic Circle elected the following dicers at their meeting Monday night for tin ensuing year II L Stailer Worthy Kuler Thomas Mc Cool Wo 111 v Vice Itner Gm Getz -danuer Past Worthy Kulei Charles Fal- Â¬ lon Worthy Chaplain A A LsHelBt Worthy Recorder Chas May Sr Worthy Collector Chas W Hamman 55 Â¬ Â¬ KENTUCKY BURIED OQLD STOLON A Brcckcnrldg County Condition of Crops and Live Stock December ist 1897 For this month 130 corrpppomlenta reported from 05 counties WlfKAT Farmer Loses 3ooo from Ills Barn- Â¬ yard The month of November lias been unusually favorable to the growth of the wheat crop and as a result a considerable portion has reached what Is an advanced stig- - considering the very late start It made Tho general tenor of remarks of correspondents is that the crop promises well and a few consider the outlook very floe Of course much will depend upon what is met with during the winter In the way of sudden and hard frctrB when unprotected by snow Should the crop be visited with the average amount of hardship during the winter the result may be disastrous Considerable win at was sown during Novembe- - the acerage compared with 1600 having increased from 00 per cent 103 on December 1st on November The returns from AwHwsora reports show the acreage for 1890 as OU G21 the estimated acreage for 1897 acres would therefore be 027078 con-ldi-r- trflnltle Iol A few days ngo IlAnniNfiiuio Ky Dnnlol Haynrs a well lo farmer nl GarÂ¬ field this toiirity biirle el innrh 3100 in ttold hark f Ids Mable thinking he would keep it wife from marauding thieves who have been numerous In that pine 5ilJL5 j c bush d d s Henderson Route Office on 6h Slreel Cannelton liitj LoniiTille Dentistry In all its IlroncliPS practiced and all oporatiens performed In tho most skillful mnnncr nt prices tit suit the tlmp Crown nnd Wxm No St Louis I No Co Time Card In Effeot Juno 20 97 Eat noand Lv Sr 41 No 44- - 46 llihgi Woik n pprclalty Teeth pxtrrclcd Positively without Pain limit Cniuplclo llrlilnl llooinaj In Noiirlinrit liiillnnn llendenon SpotUrille Oweneboro Kaniil1e Irtil TMim 865am a 20pm 7 IS 2 2im 3 10 8Mpm Cloterport ritrphenport lmnKlon IlrandenburK ArrLouUvlll I llacsile 788 818 917 945 10U7 10 4-11 12 37 344 440 323 400 4 SO 60 6 22 fiUl 6 24 4I No 4 41 localty ha went with his fam Â¬ ily to chinch hut hai not hceji away Ho reported from home another time here toelay 1I1 it when ho went to dig up his gold he found It had been stolen Hohasnoctu and thinks there is 10 way of finding the stolen money A few iitghlBSg Honey will stop yourcouh and cure YOU SHOULD EPiSPLOY None hut the County Surveyor to do vour work lie Is the RMnotfsid Surveyor ol the Ciur tv Is an expe ienced vorkuiHn and knows his bnsln ss He Is nIo Noturv Public writes Deeds and taki s Acknowledgemedts Charges al ways Keasonalle 1235pm No 74573J No 45 60pm 610 625 657 017 Ir llramlenburj IrylnRton Slcplienpori Vet lloanit Loiilivlle 70im niortrpot Ailtlrova CHINTZ ROYALTY COUNTY SURVEYOR HARDINSnUROKY Oweiuboro SpotUvlle Henderson Eramvllle ArrSt Louis llawnvllle toil 861 915 9Dt 609 6 43 7 20 9SJ 952 10 823pm 135 732 8C4 9 05 1135 1217pm 9 47 10 10 1240 10 40 1 15 739 0 21 16 1068 1148 1223am 12 6 1 15 7 20 lso Mrs Stark Pleasant Ridge O says After two doctors gaye up my boy to die I saved llm from croup by ulng One Minute Cough Cure It is the quickest and mont certain remedy for coughs colds and all throat and lung troubles Short ft Haynes Better Tlian rurcliiueil PrctenU Every woman cannot nfford to glvo n haudsomo lamp for n Christmas gift but any woinau can concoct for her friend a set of thoso dainty feathery shades which aro always in order upon table candelabra Moroovor Micro nro nil manner of iuexpeusivo shades for lamps which require a womans deft fingers and which uro niado far nioro charmingly tit homo iu her boudoir thuu thoy cnu bo purchased iu tho shops J H Himsche The TAILOR with A I Iralnt run Irtrougn noim 10 jiTanaTmo Through parlor can and Pullman tleepera on all Loult KaaniTllle and lAjiiii tralnibetwrtnSi vllle Number 41 and 4Z connect at IrYlnffton for FotdtTllle and Ilardinsburg dally except Sunday II C MOltDUE A O I A IxiulitllleKy B O S OTS W OrilvdlB Louis ET 16 CORN Corn damrg i pondents report the crop liuht and chatty and not yielding as well as indicated earlier As to quality 2 correspondents report it good 71 average aud 31 bad The yield fjr the statu averages 2155 bushels per acre In 1390the average yield was 27 bushels The acreage by the returis of the County Assessors is 2220308 acres Taking now the estimated average yield of 24 55 bushels per acrp glvrs a total of 51509038 bushels 1 is reported cribbed without Many corresÂ¬ slnco maturity the cms Sold by SHORT PAniHMti irv Bold by all druggist or sent upon receipt of price 23c 50c ana It per bottle by TUB CE SDTIIKRlAM MEUICIXC CO HAYNES TABLE Will be in Clover- - Trams leave Toulavitle aa follows and the West jjuil uu uie 6U anu tn B Eattl St W ItAtLWAY Clnclnnatl and the No No No Loulivlle Friday of every month Cincinnati 605pm 645am Lv A 30 a 33am 33am 11551m 8 18 2 45pm J1EJIP The number of correspondents reporting hemp appears to gradually decrease The estimated yield per acre Is 839 lbs In 1890 the average was 1045 lbs On quality 7 report it g od 2 an average und 1 Â¬ State Harry Moorman came up from Henp boro Sunday t veiling returning that night Mrs T V Geer of rarllnyllle Ills V G la here with li r sifter Mrs Smart bad LIVE STOCK The condition of all livestock shows an Improvement during the month The condition of liorset is 95 cattle 02 Ou Novembui i heep 14 anil hogs 94 1st these conditions were 87 60 90 and 87 A Mr and Mrs Frank McGary of Kirk were the guests of Mr and Mrs Thos Lewis last week Worthy Treasurer John Pauley Worthy Hon CharlfB Uroimtnn is one of the Marshal CIibs May Jr Worthy War Â¬ probable candidates fur Cot grets In the den J E Keys Worthy Guard Lice Gibson Worthy Sentinel A A La Seventh district Hi 1st Chas May Sr and Clias W Ham Hal 0 Murray after a coulliemwit ol a week or more with a tpnuutd ankle man Worthy Trustees and Dr A A Simons Worthy Medical Examiner is now out igiin Dr S 11 Adkisson and Mr James T Wallie Lisbon Bold liftt week 1000 Skillmaii went to Webster last week for pounds of bonis He received twenty a few days sport They went to hunt cents per hundred and to enjoy good old country cooking Hancock Daviefs and Ohio counties of the latter one is sure to get They farmers are delivering tobacco to the returned Saturday and the doctor has buyer in this city been happy over the fortunate luck he Ex Governor Drown of Henderson had He went out for a day of sport is mentioned as a probable candidate for aod at one shot killed five patridges Governor next spring While everyone knows that the doctor C Vic Hoberteon wns on our market is not an expert there hangs a mystery Monday willi a ear load of stock Louis- Â¬ as to liiw he killed them Mr Skill ville Live Stock Journal roan wlio is a great huntsman might The National Fox Hunters Assocla throw some light on the story but he tlon will moat likely hold its next meet Â¬ smiles and saja nothing However no one doubts the doctors assertion The ing at Owingiville mxt year The A 0 U W lode has rented doctor is joking Immensely about it and Boyds hull anl will ictupy tame ou lov s to talkjforan hour or more when a long that line Tin one that gets ahead January 1st ai their headquarters of tho doctor will have to arise a good Nearly 2C0 wagon loads of cornstalks bit be ore day to h ad lim off were on the streets of Onensboro last Wednesday for the Cellulose factory After Inuring some friends continually Miss Ciiiistlne Dradley will act ns praising Chamberlains Colic Choleia sponsor at the chrstening of the Uatte and Diarrhoea Remedy Cuitis Fleck of ship of Kentucky nt New Port News in Anaheim California purchased a bottle of it for his own use and is now as en January Capt and Mrs J II Rowland came thusastlc over its wonderful work as home Saturday from Ilardinsburg and people can be The 25 and 50 cent size Kostttn where they spent several weeks for sale by A R Fisher Cloverport and R A Shellman Stephensport with relatives and friends TIjOi MiFarlond of Lisport Mr Dont Be a Crank Hancock county died last Tuesday of Fioni the Nebraska State Journal old age He was 81 and served CO years No successful man is a crank Look at as an elder in the Cumberland Presby Â¬ the cranks of your acquaintance and you terian church will tie surprised to notice that not one Hey T J Keith an Indiana preacher of them does anythir g well They are has returned to the Government some Â¬ not prominent citz ns They are not thing near 500 of pension money which prominent socially they do nothlntr for he was uot entitled to He was was a the general good A crank who is a law good soldier but this shows his honesty yer Is not a lawyer a crank Is usually a Mrs Churl b Lshen wife of Charles crunk b cause he Is a failure After de- Â¬ LUhen the butcher left Ittet Widlas monstrating that lie lacks ordinary com day for Fulvinn Kans to attend the Minn si nan a crank pretends that he funeral of the wife of Mr Edward Llsh knows everything and that other people eu who died at that place She leavis do not know anything that society has one child n little gril Mrs Lisbon on learmd nothing from exnerienc and her return home will brirg her to raise that tho world should b turned upside Mrs Uichael Weatherbolt who lives down to nccept some of hU untried tho -in tills town can probably boast of hav Â¬ ies if you tan avoid being a crank ing the iiKnt ancient stove arid pipe youM belt r do it u cant sucened She has in lierporst hsiou a cooking stove as a crHiik at anjll lug and ppn which has been in cunstant use for moie than forty ears und yet is Mm Mary llinl Hariisbuig Pa says perfectly wood My child is worth millions tu me yet Mr II V Djncati who was corn ecled I would have hint her by croup had I with the American Tobacco Company not invested twenty II Vh cents in a bot for two years us their buyer is uow as tle of One Minute Cough Cum It cures coughs cmIiIh and all threat and sociated with Jai It Iace Jr tobacco nist of thB city Hu is considered one of lung troubles Short St Hayues the best judges of the weed in this sec- Â¬ Death of an Old Colored Woman tion and will offer the top price on al grades Aunt Caroline Mead r an old and Rav S G Shelly cnnndown to Irving well known coored wormn elied at her ton Saturday and returning that even Â¬ home iw ar Hu son in this county Nov ing with ills wife who had been visiting 28th She was a slsi r of Margaret Wat her old home near liig Spring llro klnp of this city She m ived from here Shelly eat a he Is well pleaud with his twenly soven years ag to live with newchag- - and has plenty of work aunt Polly Miliner a sster of Uncle d She lived with He ia still iu ten st d In his old home and Jack anxious about eveiybody ol h m he Mrs Millnor fur twenty four year and at herdrfath wa given the horn iHteail on lrqulred which she lived for hur faithfulness Tho beautiful Str Alfred llennin She was a good woman well liked anil which has recently been launched in hghly esteemed by both white and colHawesvlllo and constructed by Mr ored aud will be missed In the neighbor- Â¬ James Hennln of that place canM to hood this city Monday night with a crowd of j bout 40 people This was the boats It is easy to catch a cold and jiut as first trip and was a successful one After easy to get rid of it If you commence striking this wharf they embarked to early to use Oie Minute Cough Cure It the residence rf Mr and Mrs W II cures cot ghf colds bronchitis pneu- Â¬ Bowmer where a mor rtlMMnt time monia and all throat and lung troubles mi if ant They r a o llawer It li pleasant to take safe to use am Â¬ a Â¬ WAKNINO Information has rebelled me that Australian rabbits are being kept ar pets in this and oilier sections of Him state 1 feel it my duty to call the attention of thoe owning these apparently harmless little creatures to their wonderful powers of destruction and rapidity with which they increase iu numbers The female brings forth her young 4 to 0 iu number every month It can easily be seen that a single pair turned lot s i would In a year or two make themselves felt in that Bectlon and would rapidly spread to ad Â¬ joining sections They are especially destructive to young orchards and g ird en crops Belr g a burrowing animal it is an easy matter for them to tunnel underneath the enclosure intended for their confinement The English sparrow nusance from which wo are now suffer- Â¬ ing should Berve as an ol j ct lesson against the importation of any more foreign pests The publication of the monthly crop reports will close with this Issue until the opening of the growing season next spring I desire to express my thanks and the oblgitions of the Bureau to the corres- Â¬ pondents throughout the state and to solicit their further valuable services when the work is resumed Lucas Mooue Commissioner of Agriculture AuntMahnla Aged 103 Elizabcthtown New Dead Â¬ Aunt Mahala Wlntersmlth an old colored woman said to be 103 years old died in Louisville last Saturday She originally belonged to Col Jack Barrett of Greensburg and was sold to II G Win tersmith about 1820 and has lived with the WIntersmith family here and in Louisvlllo ever since Trie Lovisville Commercial says After Bhe cime to Louisville Mahala married Bob Anderson a servant in the Bervice of George D Prentice the fa Â¬ mous ditor and Bhe used to tell won derful tales regarding high life in th good old times in high society She had only one child Mary Berkley now living in JetTersonvllIe Ind at whose Â¬ 1 Her huiband left her some timo ago and Is now living in Har- Â¬ din county According to Mrs Poston and Col WIntersmith Mahala was one of the most faithful color il mammiiB and a famous pantry 0 eik H11 ii ver slack ened iu her devotion to her young mas Â¬ ters and mistresses aid h r last words when lying on her eleatli b el whon she saw Mr and Mrs Poston who were with her in her last moments wvm tlm gr et irg My young master anil my young home she died Tcnnynon anil tho rcernce Civsper May Co Threo times tho bnronotcy was offered to Tennyson nnd ns many times ho ro CANNELTON IND fused it When therefore ono day in Mis Alllo Hugies Norfolk Va was 188U Mr Gladstouo said to tho lauro frightfully burned on the face aud neck ntos son that for tho sako of litcraturo Pain was instantly rolleved by DeWitts ho wished to offer his father tho higher Witch Hazel Salve which healed tho distinction of a barony thcro was gravo Steamboat Agents Wh2rfmaser injury without leaving n scar It is tho doubt nbout Its acceptance Tho only dilllculty which tho primo minister famous pile remedy Short it Haynes thought insurmountable was tho possi - KENTUCKY ble insistence by Tennyson on his right CL0VEKP0RT no Was n Woman to wear his wido awake iu tho lionso A person admitted to an English of lorela Tennyson was so woll boyond long ago objected to tak Â¬ tho mcro flattery of an offer of tho peer workhouso not ing tho usual bath with tho men mid itgo that ho took tho friendly urgcuco of Homestead Fertilizer Company and confided to tho medical officer that ho Mr Gladstone with great calmness Standard Oil Company Tho womans story and at first was not to bo moved from was n woman which sho subsequently told is stranger his determination to remain platn Mr Dealers In than fiction Sho was educated at n Tcuuyson to tho end of his days womans col lego and married nt 10 to a Doom Knsh Wind YhIIoh Pine Floni Ho was finally persuaded howovor man who ill rented her Sho left him that ns the foremost representative of inn nnd Culling Wealhir Pogrdiiin and went to livo with n brother who litcraturo tu England ho ought uot to Sliinirles Fait Ilme Opiniiit was a painter aud decorator Acquiring put nsido n distinction which would Ijitho Plpiitr Plpstoritis a kuowlcdgo of tho trndo sho donned mark tho formal recognition of tho placo Ualr Plow llAnellfn inalo clothes and becanio a successful and function of litcraturo in tho lifo of Bricko Etc painter mid decorator For 22 years sho a great people I cannot but bo touchlived with her nioco who kept houso ed ho wroto to Mr Gladstone by Estimates Furnished for Buildings and for her and posed as tho painters wife tho friendliness of your desiro that this Building Material Three mouths ago sho fell from a scaf- Â¬ mark of distinction should bo couferrod fold and nlthough sho injured her ou myself and I rejoico thnt you who ribs nianugcd to prevent tho doctors havo shown such truo dovotion to litcrfrom discovering her secret A failuro aturo by pursuing it in tho midst of to obtain employment finnlly compelled what seems to most of ns overwhelming her to seek the sholtor of tho workhouso and all absorbing businoss should bo with consequences disastrous to her tho first thus publicly to proclaim tho or manhood Now York Tribune position which litcraturo ought to hold Hamilton V tho worlds work J A Perkins of Antiquity O was in Mabio in Atlantic for thirty years needlessly tortured by physicians for the cure of eczema He Lost was quickly cured by using DeWitts Many have lost confidence and hope Witch Haze Salve the famous healing as well as health because they have salve for pllesand skin diseases Short been told their Kidney disease was In- Â¬ D F BEARD President Haynes1 t WILL MlnLEIt Vloo Presldenl curable Foleys Kidney Cure is a guar- Â¬ UBKAnD Cashier anteed remedy for the discouraged and T7p to Date disconsolate A R Fisher Cloverport said littlo Freddy ox Mamma Gordon QW HEAIID cltedly tho ferryboat wo woro on al- R A Shellman Stephensport Haynes Patesvillo E A Witt Ilar- Â¬ M011KIS EHKRIDd 1 Director most ran into nuothor forryboat whilo R M JOLLY dinsburg crossing tho river Did iff asked mamma anxiously Novel Flihlne Yes iudued Im suro thore would INTEREST PAID 0U TIME DEPOSITS It is said that tho Dutch havo an in havo been n collision it tho other boat genious way of attracting fish Thoy fill Ba Harpers hadn t back pedaled n bottle partly full of water and then At the Law Office of zar add wiggling fish and bugs nud after For Pneumonia V G BABBAGE that sink it near whero tho fishhook is floating When tho fish In tho stream Dr J G Bishop of Agnew Mich IN HARDINSBURO sajs I have used Foleys Honey and seo It they gather around It to learn tho meaning and are thus easily caught You Tar In three very severe cases of pneu mpnia the past month with good reA DeeJd Mortgage or any writ- R A A R Fisher Cloverport sult ton instruruont drawn Rent Gordon Shellman Stophensport buy or sell a pieco of land Â¬ Haynes Patesville E A Witt IlardinsSay few children escape that most annoy Collections mado nnd remit Inj but most common chidhood comburg anct3 prompt plaint caused by deranged kidneys and weak urinary organs In 33 years sales N Copying done on the Call not a single report of a failure of Nlatit riiotocrapby of tbiS Future graph the beat type writer TliehO night pictures suggest all 6orts in tho world of valuable and interesting possibilities We may beforo long bo nblo to photoDuchu to cure this bad habit Winter graph the crowds and scenes around tho smiths Duchu not only stops present but checKS certain future misery nnd pain bulletin boards on election night tho 35 years success guarantees its value All frantic enthusiasm of n great outdoor druggists and merchants sell It Arthur political meeting aud other great gathreier at to iuisvuic Ky uenl Agmts erings Many memorablo scenes by tho The Best Dental Work in tiie Git uso of tho camera at night can bo mado a part of permanent history in all their BEST SET OF TEETH 700 details that now can ouly bo generalized by the rapid pen of tho artist No ono No bettor made who has over obsorvod tho streets of n city ou n stormy night can havo failed Is your hoilth VonrhTiimlnr- - Is ni-yur sirenutn Honest charges for all otlior work Keopthe lleixl to bo impressed with tho uuiquo pio anil rntirinlnilnti1 mid Thro itt rl r rtmil li on thy Wo gunrnnteo satisfaction pl lirMn tintitonte iriitteiue tures presented by tho shiny pavements uUHiiuiVN to mankind in n1 hcii toublos fiTcntnHt rcilof A tho dully glowing lamps and tho over tlTICIM COT1IH HOItli HIlOVT- i dis Teeth mado in ono day oUor rltitiappears br passing gleams nud lushes that como TAltllll ItThut awl ul no Woidprfnl In P vn and Teeth extracted without pain Asthma hrneV IMV Ml- fnrt from tho ft roe t cars and tho rumbling It r cant frl II al lriillM trail rt II lif Hall 10 rala Ha4 for Itah on ilnthsl trtp lames B Carriugtou in Scrib cabs LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS Hainan imia to tiMiui lit u u a GEGOSIY GO 11 15am 1105pm 5 557 Ar Cclumbus 8 jpm Ar Pltuburg J t5m Ar Washington 650am it aoam t 2opm 7 50am Ar Baltimore 10 15am Ar Phi adelphla 340 pm SSSPm Ar New York l3oiin 9 05pm Ar Iloston 3 ocpm Nratn No 16 has eteirant Pullman HutTet Parlor Car to Cincinnati and Drawing room Sleeper and dining cars Clnclnnttl to Washington Baltimore Philadelphia and New York without change TranNo 18 has elegant Pullman Parlor Car to Cincinnati and Pullman Dratvlneroom and dining cars Cincinnati to New York without change Train No so has sleepers to Cincinnati open at 9 oclock to receive passergers St Louis Springfield and the West Ar Springfield 8 40pm 9 33am North Vernon accomodation leaves al 7 15 a m daily Charlestown accommodation leavea at 3 30 p m except Sunday Trains Nos 16 in and 41 have elegant day coaches Pullman parlor and sleeping cars to St Louis TIIA1NS AURIVE From East 7 35 a m 11 tj noon 640 pm 13 35 am 3 30 a m lrom West 7 3 a m is 15 p m A 40 p m City Ticket office southeast corner Fourth and Depot Seventh and river Main streets Kor detail Information regarding rates time on connecting lines sleeping parlor illnlrg cars etc Â¬ Ar St Ious Lv Louisville No to 135am l33onn No 16 640pm 83311m No 44 810pm 713am addnss Â¬ O S W Ity District Pass A Ticket Agent It 4th and Main Louisville Ky or J M CHESSnROUGH General Ias engtr Acent Cincinnati Ohio U S MIOWN General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio O n WAllFKL Assistant Â¬ BANK Loulsvltfe H endersonSt Lculs RyCo SCHEDULE TIME Taking Effect M 630 oclck A ITO H 4c Sandaj I1I7 42 30 1097 vfeil Bound Train Eatt Bound Train HABDINSBUIuG it Mall 4 Kxpri Expra Dally 4C0pm 5 03 5 3T 5 40 5 48 5 53 6 00 41 STATIONS Expra Expr Dally 12 12 Mall Dally 7 30am 7 48 IvUnn 818 8 21 ptar Kentucky St Willowdale Rock Haven Long Branch Ekron Guston Irvington Dally 7 45pa 821 8 35 8 42 8 51 8 59 9 07 9 9 9 9 West Point Howard Â¬ 93 6 61 669 7 07 7 20 7 21 7 27 609 618 626 nrandenburg Webster Iodlburg 915 23 31 32 43 712 Â¬ 961 856 9 59 1011 1014 1025 10 35 1043 10 49 1058 1105 1114 1125 Pierce Sample Stephensport Addison Cloverport Shops SMUman Falcon Lewlsport 733 1160am 665 6 51 1145 645 1135 1128 640 1121 634 626 1112 1102 618 1063 610 1045 613 1037 660 5 42 1024 1020 35pm 20 1015 1007 1002 9 45 9 40 9 27 9 9 8 8 8 630 64 618 616 6 22 03 00 49 40 4 33 Â¬ 7S9 7 43 7 64 8 04 Holt 969 Can Get 27 8 33 8 42 8 812 818 Hawesvllle Petrie Wallman Powers Pates Owcnsboro Mattlnely Worthlngton Heads Spottsvllle Griffith Stanley 917 5 5 4 4 Â¬ 4 90 863 09 03 64 47 38 8 27 48 419 413 363 3 44 3 33 3 29 01 918 9 21 Â¬ 1165 12 02 9 32 1209 919 9 47pm 12 17 9 Mem- - 1224 1 lQnm 12 40nm 925 6am 1146pm 1151 11 818 8 07 8 02 7 7 7 7 768 62 45 38 31 Â¬ Trains Nos 41 and 41 make cnrnectlon at Ir vington daily except Sunday with trains to ard from Hardin burg and Kordsvllle Branch Only line running Parlor Cars between Louis vllle Owemboro and llendersnn Only direct line to the North and East For further information call on or address Agents or II ft MOHDUE A G P A Louisville Ky L H llassett wHtt T5im 826 320 313 307 301 1 46nn Â¬ BUG I k St L if y FofdSYille Branch TIME TABLE No 10 TAKING EFFEOT YOUR FTUR3E i I West Hound Trains Dally Daily ex Sun ex Sun No 5 Nol Warn II 25 114 11 47 1155 W I0im 12 25 1235 10 30 18t7 East Bound Train Dally Dally STATIONS ex Sun exSur I MAY Mivrirj Iv Harned Junction Ilardinsburg Junction Kirk Glendeane Demnsler No 2 I No Irvington Ar 9o0am 8 00 Garfield 7 42 7 -- 7 7 27 7 17 7 02 -- ucrs Kidney Trouble Terrible Ialu UuchnIhcsb and ItCNtlCHtmCKB YEAnS EXPERIENCE BO 544 FOURTH AVENUE Orer Atenuo Theatre UN 1 1 Jolly f5 120 6 660 030 iiHEns Anyone sending a sketch and description mar qulcklr ascertain our opinion free whether an Communing Inrentlon Is probably patentable iinna at rifttu nnnfldAntfa1 Handbook on Patents sent free Oldest agency for sccurlnj patouti Patents taken throueb Munn A Co recclro tjiuial notice without charge In tho A bandsomely Illustrated weekly Tarirett dr culatlon of any sclentloa Journal Terms li ft yean four months IL Sold by all newsdealers LOUISVILLE KY lememLer the NUMBER and NAME of office 155 a 05 215 2 30 2 6 ar Kallslloughlv 606 S 44 Dempster Itockvale 5 38 6 f0 Ilnth Asklns 5 25 Oakc 51j Mitchell f ilrtv BOOaT Comfort 6 20 Marks Designs Copyrights c TnADE mistress1 Her last days hail been made comfortable by the grandchildren of her old uiaater who watched over her ai if she was a member of their family for all of them were greatly devoted to the noble old colored woman Mrs Jainia O Poston went to JetTer Scientific American lirancb Offloo Tetter Snii Tlheuin mill Kczeinn Tho intense itching and smarting inci dent to thoso diseases isinstantly allayed by applying Chaniborlulus Eye nnd Mifny very bad cases Skin Ointment havo boMi iiorinanently cimd by it It ia equiilfjCiPcumt for itching idlea nnd a favorltoT jemedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains frost bites and chronlpsorp eyes 21 cts per box Â¬ Safety Louisville and Mall Lin Mils Between Packet Line Past Louisville and Evansville STEAMERS HUNNCo360 HS New York just what a horse needs whon in Tr Cniij ComlllloH 1oivilfrR nre bad F BL Washington 1 C UbboiU18nclok Mini to rum -- filinrf ITarmia J sonvllle yesterday and made all arrange iiients for the funeral which will take place at 2 oclock to morrow afternoon on from the church Reformatory Heights Dont be persuaded into buying llrl minta without reputation or merits Chamberliaus Pain Halm costs no more ami its merits have bean proven by a test of many years Such letters as the following from L G Bigey Hueneme Gal are constantly being received The best remedy for pain I have ever us d Is Chamberlains Pain Balm and I say so alter using It in my family for several years It curea rheumatism lame back sprains and swelling For sale by A R Fisher Cloverport and R A Shellman 84phafQrt MRSfV 00Di N Y June 30 1894 Dr M M Fknner Fredonla N Y Dear Sir About 4 years ago I had kidney trouble and backache I was so bad that I could not ride out In a carriage without giving me great pain and a feel Â¬ ing of uneasiness and restlessness I also bad rheumatism all over my system I began the use of your Kidney and Back- Â¬ ache Cure and continued it until I had taken three bottles with the result o entirely curing me Ca3sadaoa O MARTIN Prescription Pharmacist Nut deor ho Ptynt Cot Cloverpart Severn Ifeudachcs DO YOU a trip yon suffer from TRAVEL areyoatrolBtr to take Kirvoiinea Do condition Tonic blood purifier nnd vermifuge Thoy nro not food but medicine nnd the heft in uso to put a horse in prime condition Price 25 conts per package E G ItAGON F M Ryan Master W A Iitihop Pnrier Parser TARASCON D L Penny Matter L T Conner Henslek TELL CITY R II Ballard uravantatl Ilaf In liar anl asthma fVlltr V dlBIII aaULNH INHAICK and you ill aTays iw tl 11 IT prattLM iriaa aaat stlKaasalfar B aa ataarorll fraa Mall SO irala IUala1 cuuua Ditiuio iiicmaw uu 1111 Muter W D Newbsll PurJM rrr P D 8TAGGS Dally except Saturday between Louisville and Hew Amsterdam Prel ght shipped by this line delivered quick Â¬ er than by rail Travelers will find the tteamtri at aiiur passed n equipment and accommodatloai The best culinary sro employed as oooki and he menu It equal to that of tha beat hotU flsoeral ofioee US end 178 4tk Atmm JLIINmrvouM ItlMsaMmm Vail Ins Mam C4QmI oi7tjiupotDoyHlMpluiaMS6la br Abuao or otbor ExnawM ftoj lndlr crvtlon Thv quicAIu ami urclu rMtonliaUViUlUr la olJorjouiitfaaJ bulnMOr marrlM ft amaaforttadir and OmBurmitinft it rraTnt lnuiiUy an frtrrnd4T vm77ir Dini Tr In lima - Thalr naat thi Mra tin mad lata IsUl It tjuuc naniuu imu lit niuer iTr tun jlux iarm MADE TAuLirrs rosmyEiY cram ME A MAN ajax jpf t it w LooIitIIU D CHARLES ub rckao LPBNNY Beipt WWHITB W 1 mm or Mfyasj tM Ujouej 1rlc or U tAstM fall tntjnnll for ftUQ i mt JBf ktfriu O V V Pr WiuJAtH T P A Owwwbora Ky rrr nTirrpuVinfi i7Trsrtrrvrti irnimirr ih in MM V li feResttfftiiDQm Nwe - rrJ rrr V t liAm -- rTT olkOyrport - ly MM4ftrttti jArjJJBJ wUMttteaHi 7 W N V stf V S EFVl 1 aBnflsnBnl SnLnLa jPH aH saBnSnR aaKaLaL assaLaHLaL LaLzLaLr Laaatt s k JwMii it iliHi Reduced Prices on all Capes and Jackets A neatly made cloth cape worth 150 QOn Ow now A stylish looking cann with fancy work J1 QK on It city price 2 00 now tpLtO A splendid Dnubln Capo fur trimmed and nearlv All Wool regular Balling Q 1 YK price 300 now An extra good article in Blu Green and Black with pleated back and velvet QQ QQ inlaid ono that is worth f 00 now An unusual pood jacket that ia well QO Kft mado and trimmed we are offering at A nicely madn Jacket of good Beaver coth nnd thn nwPBt Green In color CJO AO that id well worth 5 50 now Wa are oflVrirg an elegant Astrakan Jacket with thn best linings and finish VK that ia worth 10 00 now t M l fill -- You will find them in our store Some are in the ornamental line and they are exquisite so much so that they arethe observed of all observers in the Holiday line Talking about gifts though why dont you buy a stylish CAPE or a HANDSOME DRESS PATTERN or an elegant pair of Shoes for the wife or daughter n Go i This would be PLEASING and LASTING and keeps many a heart in good spirits forever Dress Goods Department In this line we claim to be the Leaders and fear no competitor eitllerjn styles or prices - Blankets and Comforts 10 4 11 4 Ladies Shoes We are showing a Dongola and glove grain Shoe for Ladies button or lace not all sizes 1 25 value for A real good Dongola lace or button Shoe in several style toes for ladies all szis Mens and Boys Clothing A serviceable pair of Jeans Pants working men and well made only for Blankets to be had Blanket borders Ouly good a limited number colore Kfln OlC QOn 70L JKn QQn and fancy colors 00 now OOt QPtn QliO 5 Pieces to select from if Brocade Dresa 28 inches wide all colore Goods frfney or plain worth 18o flln Ajj 114 All Wool Blanket fancy border worth god 1 A real good pair Jeans Pants lined throughout home made a regular 125 article at A i70t Qf QQ Iwet70 0O ao Pieces Henrietta DressGooda in all the 38 itches wide nearly 1 Qn latest colors J OU all wool Worth 25c We have a splendid assortment of Comforts from 50c t0 3 50 that other houses ask 75c to 3 25 for no better goods good fl50 goods at AAO OK Childs Jacket and Pants that usually sells for 125 and 1 50 at other stores I AA AVU here at Only about 24 pairs of our celebrated Jewel Shot left buttons only coin toe all sz s 2 00 g xds at A KA Jl TOYS TOYS t ia Pieces Novelty Drefs Goods tvida tlio nairoar tlilt irva anil all urnil A Worth 35c Vtl tjtyiO 38 Inches CP Come now if you want to take advanngo of these low prices as tlioy will not liold out very long QtO r znn i Mackintoshes A well made 4 00 Coat that will keep JJO you warm and dry Here at A real good coat well made and strap-ped wool face worth 000 here at Kf pvJV Ait Oar 1 75 1 98 2 25 and 2 50 Shoes for La dies are the best things to be had for tho money in this or any other town We have a splendid line of Children Misses Shoes ranging in price from GOc up And 5 Pieces All Wool Serge Dresa Goods 38 inches whin iu Blue and Black Good value at 40c now 9 OKo CJL - All kinds of small and large articles in that lino from the tin dog for 5c to the fin- Â¬ est Dolls in endlf ss variety from the wee china ono at 5c to tho finely attired ones for moro money hut always at such low prices that it is next to impossible to head us Bring the little ones Our Stock of Goods in Every Department is Complete in Every Detail Ail Goods and You Might Farther and Fare Worse Strictly One Price THE FAIR mwmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmaammmm Marked in Plain Figures Clorerport Kjr Association of Meade and Brccken ridge Counties Btaiituoiit The deceased was a most txcullent young man jutging from the statements of those who knew him and stood high in the community Ho came there two years f go from Harned Station Brecken ridge county Kentucky and entered the empoy of Jaa T Enlow who commends him highly as a young man Ho was industrious and sober and was active in clmreh work being a member of tin Baptist church of this city He camo from Kentucky with four other young mero le of them Marcup being his brother Tho others are Samuel and Humphrey Marshall and Jesse Payne His father is John Wetherfoid a prominent farmer of Breckenridge county and it is said tho boys were not compelled to work out They came here to see the county and being pleased with it decided to remain On Monday afternoon tbe remains of Louis were taken to bis former home iu Kentucky the four young men accom panying them on their sad journey A large number of friends of tho dectased from the vicinity of West Ridgn were at the depot to pay their last respects to the yqnng man who had spent two years among them At the inquest it was learned that there was heart trouble in the family but Louis never complained of feeling badly until a few minutes before his death Â¬ Â¬ V ti BI3SPRING John Miss Meadow Mollie GUSTON John L Henry of Sandy Hill was in town this week t Mrs Pollock has been very sick but is improving very fast Miss Olive Adkleson f Doe Run is visiting friends in our town John Meadow of Big Spring was In our town last week trading in stock Miss Beulah Craycrolt of near Ekron in visiting her aunt Mrs Hick Anderson The debate was postponed from last Thursday night until next Thursday night Come all and hear it We will have a Christmas tree here Christina eve Everybody is invited to attend and hang your presents for your friends George J Ni ff accompanied by his two litto daught rs Emma and Lillie went to Louisville last week to purchase CuriBtmasgoods Mr Redman and wifeY of Irvington visited Mr and Mrs George WSmith last Supday and went from there to Louisville on a short stay The Rev Franklin Haskel Baptist minister who is totally blind preached to a good audience injthe Presbyterian church hern last Thursday night He reads his Bible made with raised letters And it dqes seem fast anl intelligibly that if a man who has been blind ever since eighteen months of age can accom- Â¬ plish what he has we who are bleaaed with two good eyes are doing comparatively nothlrg and that we ought to make some new Resolutions Nfw Year and not only make them but stick to them Mr Haskel was bora and educated in the state of New York and and has preached in nearly every state in the union Â¬ DUKES Jr was in the city with some Btocic Board is visiting Miss for Christina Hortenae Miller Meyers Is headquarters goods and Candies i Miss Mary KichardBon was visltlrg in Vine drove last week Miss Zelma Strother was in Vine Grove for a day last week E W Jones was in Loulsvjlle last week on the tobaccoreaks v ii uaiau win utcujjjr hio tiuio- room about the first of the year W H fllarkson Jr was in the city with several car loads of he gvlast week Several from here attended tho sale of Griffin Dowell deceased on the 10th inat It i8 rumored that we ore going to have a wedding in our midst Clnistinas Will give the particuara later Mr and Mrs Fuller Grossof Vertress were shopping last Friday and were iln nitnif 1 nf ff nml a frfvnr EL tlt Meyer has a full line of nnnAa llu nnil Ilia wlf llRVn il 1- - have ed from the city where Bovrtrnl dava niircbnslrc such tblrci that f will briing gladnets to tbe hearts of all uuiuraugu v Dr Htrother attenaeu me Hill Medical Society at K izibethtown last Thursday which meets there turee timon a vear and is comDOsed of tbo fol lowing couuties Hardin Meadp Bullitt v Grayson llart uuo neison Jtuerson aad Ialtue llt lVtjllTl been they Chritmaa lit e in ok- - as r- - How to Freyent Pneumonia At this time of year a cold is very easily contracted and if let to run its course without the aid of Ecmn reliable cough medicine is liable to result in We that dread disease pneumonia cro a kuow of no beltyfctfedy cough or cold than Chamberlalna Cough remedy 4Ve have used it quite exten sively and it has alwajs given entire satisfaction Oolfgah Ind Ter Uhtet rril- 1a n 1m Mtnmtu lliaf la linnan to be certain preventative of pneumo nla ABaonv the noanv thousands who we la j have used It for colds and a grippe case smgie haye Bvr yet learatd ol having resulted In pneumonia Vcreons In order for Cloverport to regain the1 JwJio have weak lung or have reison to trade she ooced had a prove most be fMr M WtacK 01 pneumonia biiouiu made toward the building of good roads fjkseB tle remedy at hand The Intovwn Tbs News representative had 25 a4 K mki or sale uy a it dtflkj with starnber of farmers who irWwr OteYerpart It1 A Shellman were In to a4Saturday What we want they say are roads roads tkst are pas Â¬ sible Then your to wr will wwewtit to fUJ Pacv Wiv AhaaulaRcd yoa ksow that k is V Y wa la busloesj to sell goods Tha something Did difficult to travel any disUnes U tbe Hom tuHNMwneB tbe oiaiogiiWAV 01 MMtstJvg a businMs has to As abn- - winter ad especially ea the roatla Isadt ing toKJIoverpott Let all luw4 itst 1to aa gt sw lltUyau bh g4hr ami RMtks some stove amiSS ty Is no bsitVr medium the rotuUUoa of the roads eaat e kU a TbM khaa tha V li kiAaa Intn Ilia bosjra V si kb Wt bufsts IwArssksBridg1 Uan J spit irl sjhI Mssds counties V MoH of the tobacco of the neighbor- Â¬ hood has been sold We are glad to say the sick are all on the road to recovery Miss Clara Johnson spent Friday night with Miss Beulali Roberts Wheat never looked bettor at this time of the year in this vicinity There has been two new residences built in town in the last month Rev John Lay of Louisville ia visit Â¬ ing Ilia brother Jim at this place James Lay will take his tobacco to Owensboro this week if In proper condi- Â¬ tion Jty J Ritchey Is holding a meet in Ohio countywith the Hickory church congregation We learn as this leavts us that Mrs Ballman who has been sick for some- Â¬ time Finley Burnett and wife returned home Friday from a visit to borparentB near Pateavile Itev W T Galloway of Daviess county will assist in the meeting here if not providentially hindered Christmas will soon be here but we have not heard of young man going to receives a bride a a present We should always live that we can forglveand forget apl willingly give otlr hand as a lokeu ot God4 speed over the rough road of Hie Lafe dewberry has six shoats strayed anay from home cropiindlMnderbitln both ears any person gmngirlformatlon will be thankfully received The j reply to tjie Mattingly correspondent in regard t MgCiuley prosperi- Â¬ ty was overlookedsome weeks ago hence this Is the reason thenTwaa bo answer For Hoarisaen A s ries of meetings coaaraencid here Der Ingerson of Hutton Ind pays Sumky We hope ere Iroees there he liad not spokin above a whlsppr for may be nbany names of our friends and month and ono bottle of FWb Honajr loved ones added to the list in tbo and Tar restored his voice it is used Lambs fair book of life very largely by speakers and frlngera John Duke represented tbe turn out U A fihelj A Tt Fishers Cloverp in tbe corn crop when he said lie had to GoriU i HJbs man Stephecsport dilyeso long In order to get a wagon Patosvlllo E A Witt HaVdiDstmrg bsdfull he had o grease his wagon jsffore he could get home with his com Farmers Talk Notes of The Fire George Graham worked diligently Sparks were flying in tvery direction Hollow Are and the rooplo will fo ow NO HANDBILLS FOR HIAI Wanamaker He Adver- Â¬ tises In Newspapers Only Wool and Cotton Ki porter Tell Why Where was tbe fire brigade in obscuri- Â¬ ty The railroad track was lined with peo- Â¬ ple Tbe ladies costumes were in touch with tbe color of the Are The weather neyer gets too bad for tbe ladies when there is a fire The largest portion of the crowd in attendance were railroad employes The entire community is in sympathy with Rev and Mrs W B Rutledge More umbrellas than was ever seen before in any one body were in vogue Mrs Elisba Collins was worrying about her frult being consumed in the Are I never in my life used such a thing John Wanamaker ay Â¬ People look most attractive when aroused from their slumbers about mid- Â¬ night Tom Nannie machinist at the shops has found out its best to let a red hot stove drop A long folght train cimdjalong dur- Â¬ ing tbe Are and chared the track for awhile Certainly well get water works now wait until Monday night and see if the city dads dont talk em Someone ran Into the burning build- Â¬ ing and came out with a Aower vase and run quite a distance to place it In safety When the heavy timbers would fall tbe Are wonld be stirred up so that it had the appearance of a maseTof gold dust going to the sky t Mr V J llamman of Uvgensboro representing the W W Kimball Co piano and organ dealers was in the city yesterday as a potter or a dodger or handbill said My plan for twenty yt aiB has been to buy so much space in a newspaper and All it up as I wanted I would not give an advertisement in a newspaper ot 500 circulation for 5000 dodgers or posters If I wanted to sell j cheap jewelry or run a gambling scbeme I might use posters but I would not in Â¬ sult a decent reading public with hand- Â¬ bills The class of people who read them are too poor to look to lor support inmej cantllo affairs I deal directly with the publisher I say to him How long will you let me run a column of matter through your paper for 100 or 500 as the case may bo I let him do the flouring and if I think be Is not trying to take more than his share I give him the copy I lay aside the profits on a particular line of goods for advertising purposes At first I laid aside 300 Last year I laid aside and spent 10000 I have done better this year and shall increase Organ Solo the anm as the profits warrant it I owe Wlcome hcippnie my success to newspapers and to them I Solo freely gjve a certain profit of my yearly Currant Malory busi n ess The Tt achers Association met at tho Irvington Baptist church Nov 27 The good people of that community tendered a royal welcome to the teachers both by their presence and the choice vituals they spread at the school house for the satis- Â¬ faction of the inner man nothing left undone for tbe comfort and pleasure of al A day of which many pleasant memories will abide with us many days Especial praise ia due to the ladies who furnished such sweet music both in- Â¬ strumental and vocal Many Interesting papers and essays were read and per Â¬ plexing questions discussed One thing in all our gatherings which brings a flush to our cheeks is that this proud old Commonwealth is behind in Education and our sister states can You point the Anger of scorn and say can boast of your education horse but We of our children Let the bugle note of a higher education and u better preparation sound a long tVe lines and arouso tho sleeping ones to activity in this the noblest profetsiou of them all Following is program as carried oat Mr Mr John Wimp It U McGtothJao Mitt AC Ln M K Buixta Drury Some Affectionate Appeals to Santa GAnmiD Ky Dear Santa Clacs Please bring me a little stove and a eel of dishes a piano some oranges bananas nuts figi raisins and a good big sack of candy and two bisque doll heads one little aud one big and the Susie book Lovlugly Mary Lee Gregory OAitmLD Tried aad True Thousands have tried Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin for constipation indiges tion and sick headache and have found It true to the claim made for it vis that it la the best remedy now before the good people for the relief of stomach trouble Trial ssi 10c large sins 50c and 1 00 of Chas O Martin Chrlttwas ass New Years HelMay Rates H 0 MW KV As utual the B A 0 8 W Railway has arranged for Special Holiday Rates for their patrons and will Bell round trip tickets from all stations to any point lKCntral Passenger Association terri- Â¬ tory This territory covers St Louis Louis Â¬ ville Cincinnati Cleveland Chisago IndlaBapolif Pittsburg Buffalo iad nuay otfeer points Tiebets ea sals Dec 2ttb 3tb 3 1st awl Jaa Id Qeei returning to and ja taHagJaa 4th 1806 give fall tatorwattoa O PMgCartt flaaMrttl FrtnTinniir Mj M B Ford fWJ fo eight years from dyspspU and QhrM constipation and was laaly eBwslby uairg Ce Witts Uttle Early RWersjtle faHHHWjtyi pills for all tHpftji aad j liver treables Snort A Haynss Mothiug pay sbmUWc flivi4a4sj la sptritvsl rosslts ttuut ksaklag spseial ty ot disQovsriiig tbs ihertsssatagsl ef iHbsr felka fUaa KsshJ RuJdells III anf et gpeH 1 leJ xsr l imtSSSStm rmmtjSnSSSlU Fg ZtfZ CyUren are mow susceptible to eoW ikM gfWR folks tjftd there eoostHwHeas of qainlfts r sibsr tlU will tM eal ttstaieBt Dr Wts Mrs prlt tm AdXAO8 W Tiskst Agsat - a 5k Ctaeitutati O t Ky Dkah Santa Claus Please bring me a nice fascinator and a nice pair of goyes and bring me a Sudden Death of a Breckenrldge Coun- Â¬ large stick of candy and some nice little ty Boyf candy fHhes two ot them and some fancy candy If you pitas and soma The Tuscala III Review gives the orarg s two of thm Please remember following account ot the aud Ion death ot my little brothers Lovingly Louis Wetherfurd formerly of Harned Mary Sutton this county Kirk Kv Diab Santa Ciauss I A very sudden ditsth occurred at the am a little girl nine years old I would home of John hoppy sear West Ridge like for you to bring me a doll and some on Sunday morning last which caused candy oranges nuts and a little trunk general sadness w tbe eommunity and aad Liiava a little brother two years old once more demonstrated forcibly the un- Â¬ aad he wants a little wagon aud rocky certainly of life hotse aad train and candy orange nuts At 10 oclock that morning Louis aad lots of things and 1 have a little sis Â¬ Wetherford a yiinng maa2l years 0 sge ter stven years old her name is Mud aad she wants a little stove and a doll who was working at Mr Shsppys suf Â¬ and some candy oranges nuts and all fered from an attack of heart trouble yon will bring her Now please bring aad within a very few Ealaatss ha was all of these things and we will be good seen to stagger aad fall to tbe 1 mt dsed The family was nasa alaratad at tbe eblldwa Yoar little girl aadJsH sail aad hastened for a pliysi Lala Fgrrew staa bat it was two lte Jits spfak bad KMaey TreaWss HaaCvn nfl Mfsarw tbsre is nothing better tbaa Fsleys Kid aftaaaJ OatttSntlalaJr Ifatiakaainl aaUBaVSlAaaLful IaaTW TVRV XWR aBVaFa TlHRVlaeVRrll RaSana gerll aey Cure every who Irks it wlH 4oeeeklaUM atttwaeoa Iteld aa ia-MMMtoUik A JLFUhsr Otavsrpsrt tbs jary beta saatpoasd rf aaiga EA Wtallaiaa MtaphaaapoH Qsjwiwt ban aa iaa v taaatty --Taajr e4araaei a A BayiMtvrasmilto A Witt waslMaM varatsita Mmtnm wlia Jm Knajr Implration Mla Ada HanVa Pealing AC Burton Organ Solo MlaaRtWaahlngion Original lotm Doc Gray State Pride Joieph Aahcraft tompuUory Education Supc Aahcraft Cruaadea Miat Hula DtiU Sola illn Nora Hendtraon Mlaa Mona Price Prlmarf Geography Original Story S Eatella Bldcr George Ilogut Clark W 1 Wiilalt Solo Mill Ellen Munbrd Character Milton Coke Need ofa Higher Xdncailon A C Burton MltCetlaneoua Maiy K Moorman Sec At Bottled Up Whether iu the form of pill powder dr liqnid the doctors prescription for blood diseases is always the same mercury or potash These drugs bottle up and poison and dry it up iu the system hut they nls dry up the marrow in the bones at the same time The suppleness and elasticity of the joints give way to a stiffness the rack- Â¬ ing pains of rheumatism Tbe form gradually bends the bones ache while decrepitude and helplessness prcma turelytake possession of the body and it is but a abort step to a pair ol crutches Thea comes falling ol the hair and decay of the bones a condition truly horrible Contagious Blood ftPOTASHiy Poison the curse MERCUfy of mankind is the most horrible ot all disease and has al Â¬ ways baffled the doctors Their pot ash and mercury bottle up the poison breaks naaManRjrff V but it always attack forth again DVBbWbbMbIIbbI1 ing same delicate organ frequently the mouth and throat filling them with Mtlng sores SSS is the only known care ferthfs disease It is guar Â¬ anteed partly vsae- table aad one thousand dollV reward is for proof to the eeatatry It Hover falls to care CoaUctea Mood PeWoa Scrotals Bosnia Khoasaatisat Caaeer or aay other disease of Um blood If yoa have a blood aisoasa Uks a reatoay which will Rot iafare yoa fMware o mercury aoat do violence to vow system Doat got bottled ap i Oar book saaai fiaa to sjtvatidreas Jiwift SaociaV Co AUaata Qs Â¬ IKIJi illj erd I m MaataaR R Ui Vt i o 1 I JEI X XmSJ JFV JOLi OLOVHRPORT K Beautiful Presents for One and AH v V And Santa Claus has once more brought his bountiful supplies to ff i t jj ADDISON Candies Oranges Nuts Etc Two pounds pure mixed Candv One p uind French mixed Candy One pound pure DICKS Glass Chinaware Etc 9 For distribution to both young and old at prices so low that you can not help being pleased We will endeavor to give you a few prices in the following lists Carpets Matting Etc A First class Rag Carpet per yd 20c Beautiful Ingrain Carpets worth 415c at 30c Mattings nt 10c worth 15c Mattings at iajc worth ace Mattings at 15c worth 25c Mattingi at 20c worth 30c Floor Oil Cloth 25c yd Something nidc in a hemp carpet at 15c yard worth 35c Lace Curtains Curtain Poles and Hassocks White Fur Rugs Angoria Goat a beauty 2 25 6x72 worth 3 25 Smyrna Rugs reversible 30x60 325 worth 335 Smyrna Rugs reversible 18x34 at 6c worth 100 Â¬ Aaiftacwi Ky Cloaks Capes and Jackets ANOTHER CUT and we are determined to close this line cut regardless of cost as we have no room to carry them over and they must go It will pay you if you do not need it this winter to lay it away for next This line unheard of bargains Â¬ Stuk Candy - - 05c 15c 10c 15c 10c One pound finest Cream Mixed Candy Ono pound Kiss Candy A beautiful line of Penny Candies One pound of Dates One pound of Figs Two ponnds of Mixed Nils Cocoanuts large One pound 4 Crown Raisin Oranges 30c 35c and 45c per d cn Two packs of Htc Crackers Roasted CoflYc per pound Extra Good Green CofTee per pound -Salt per barrel 23 pounds of N O Fuear Roman Candles and Sky Rockets -- - 10c 10c er 25c 05c 10c - 1 05c 10c 10c Tumblers three kinds per set 20c Extra heavy Goblets per set 30c Shaving Cups and Saucers fiom25Cfct and up Cups in china 10c We have a lovely line of Fancy Match Holders 10c Lamps in hanging a d the standard varieties both high and low decorated and undecoracd from 25c to 350 lovtly Vases Macaroni Sets Toilet Sets Wasli Stand Sets Six pieces Glass Table Set sugar cream butter and In fact spoon holder 25c A nice Mollis cs Stand toe anything you wish in Glass and Chinaware and at prices that arc all a bargain Toys Our 5c 10c and 15c Tables are loaded with everything to make the children happy as well as the old folks Also on other tables we have Wrought Iron Train Mechanical Toys nckel plated Fire Engine Hose Carriage something nice extra large Tea Sets decorati d4 sold by other firms for 75c and ohe dollar our price 40c and 50c White enameled and decorated doll cradles and Bed Steads 20 The Old different kind of games such as Lifes Mishaps Golden Locks arid Three Bears Mill Parlow Foot Bicycle Races Pikes Peak or Bust Ball Strategy Old Maid Ring Loss Dominoes Checkers and numerous Kindergarten games for the little folks Dolls of all kinds and prices and hundreds of other toy which space forbids is to mention Â¬ Â¬ 00c v 100 Hardware A beautiful muzzle loading double barrel Shot Gun -- Furniturer 500 Handsome ipiccc Antique and light finish btd room sets fund carved and worth double at 1650 1 Full sized beds from i7 and up Something extra nice in a solid walnut Cradle Automatic Swing worth 750 at 450 A good Cradle worth 200 150 - 2 75 Cane seat Chairs worth 335 per set Kitchen Safes 95c and up Extension Tables Fancy Tea and Card Tables Antique Rockers etc Â¬ Double Barrel Breech Loading Gun 7 5 Double Barrel Breech Loading Gun rubber hilt Somclliing nice in Ladies Side Saddles 350 and up pistol grip top brake rebounding locks twist barrel a beauty for only Mens Saddles from 3 00 up A heavy set of Breeching 950 If you are needing anything in this Zulu Breech Loading Guns 3 S worth 150 450 A full line of both table and pocket Cutlery In fact line it will pay you to sec what we have before buying and most anything you wish in Hardware and at prices very low how low our prices are Saddlery Harness Etc Erom now on until Christmas we will give you 5 per cent back on every dollars worth of goods bought for cash Remember we want your pro- m duce Butter Eggs Furs Dressed Hogs Dried Fruit in fact anything that you have to sell Will pay highest market prices Eemember our motto Une rice to All Quick bales and small fronts a m Â¬ r Breckenridge News 1847 A NEW r S1EPHENSPORT THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE CloverÂ¬ DRESS FOR TEN CENTS Tells How She Made for Only Ten WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 15 CITY Met A Mlchlgin Woman An Old Dress Look Like New With Hoiday port presents at Viets Lung Trouble and CoMunpilea Cured Cai be Â¬ THE PEOPLE FLOCK HERE FOR THEIR GROCERIES CHINAWAtfE This being the time of yoar when articles of this kind m ike a Bui table present Here iB the place to como v COUNCIL Transacted Work Boatd of Mtnday Night m elr Regular Roulliu Supervisors Saloon Licenses Granled Met Monday i r MM4tq The City Council met In regular monthly a mion Monday night in the City Hall All mi mbers of tlie board A word about our Christmas MOCHA and JAVA COF- Â¬ were present with Major Barry preoid ADVANCE r log Thu mliiut s hiuI famines of pre FEES viousraeeliug were flirmed Tht old FINE TEAS Our assortment greater than eyt r We wish you one and all a board of superviuon were re elected to BRING US YQUR PRO- before Mixed candies from 10c serve and mt t Monday at the City Hall MERRY CHRISTMAS VISIONS to 50c a pound but adjourm d until yesterday Tu sday on account of Police Court Tney are Alefsrs II A O z Bkillman and Dyer with V N DHuy as clerk All members on thr following oinuiitttre repotted with uo new buslners Finance calabois street and misjcellanous with 44444444444444444jc4444444444444444444444444444444444l44l444444444il the pxeption of the sinking fund Mr 0 B Skillinan made motion that in tlii important matter hail not betii given the proper attention that somo action should be taken It was agreed to put Rices all revenue into raid fnnd and retain rectious 1 enough to meet actud exp nsis The We are having some ery unpli asaut IRVINGTON I certificate of the rtcent municipal electweather ion was read before the body by clerk Norvan Chancellor will be our next Holiday piesents at Vt sts Cloverport F N DHuy showing that all Ulcers o f singing matter at this place Miss Lula Law 1b of Brandenburg is the old Board ol Councilmen were re Rev Snead filled his appointment at elected and would be sworn in January litre for a short stay Keouans Chapel last Sunday All of tle aloonista were 1st 1818 Miss Nellie Handy who hrs been very ThiUttii lit Miss Hettie Ryan is visiting her uncle present or their reperaentative and made sick is convalescent Mr William Ryan of Pisgah applications f jr license to retail spiritous Iitle Lamar Gardner who has been Prayer Plenty of and malt U tors for another trm of one quite pick is much improved mi etltig at THr Fork church A Day Joaraay year which was granted The following every Sunday morning at 0 oclock A day Journey Miaa Ella Hendrick onij of Biauden- as tbo expreasioa c ams ai il recounts were ail wed Shop There seems to be o ilte an attraction Is used In the Scripture means from burgs sotiety belles is in town Too Candy coupons 1300 John L Hall inarsha 10 to 20 rallta The Sabbath day t Balltown for Aalier Newby Mr Sam KJ8 of Cloverport jia8 salary J5 8 0 Wllaon lamp lighter journoy Iroquontly mentioned la the Tvlt is rumored mat tnero-- will be a Bible was 3050 paces or about three 1080 Ju lgo J It t killman 15 G movid into his now home on the hill wedding at Cave Spring church the 23 quarters of a ml la The Jew were for Â¬ G T Miialiall and eon Clnulle W Cheap to Mis Lane putting in cuheit Owen B H Pates and son are buiding a bidden to travel farther than this dis Â¬ Cunningham Standard Oil Company made a 11 lug trip to Hardin county last new house ou their faim near this tance on their Sabbath but often evaded ni 4 77 V N Dllui afwiw r book week the prohibition by taking a aaail qaaa Quote the place U5 Kllier Hall and Horace Newton Mrs Fonnle IthodeH Brandenburg tity of food and burying it la tae greaad special police elt Ction 00 each J B Bates and wife was the guests of at tho required dlatanoe frosa their As the most Important notk IihI been and Mies Cunningham are with Mrs We have lately puroh L I Paul and wife Saturday and Sun Â¬ homos whereby this spot became tech Â¬ acted upo a day mil date had to be Gar liur Price aeed an Immense line day nically a habitation and they coald settled on to re aiwiiibU so m In give The loivn council holds many m et proceed from it another Sabbath day the R 14 d of rinporvlnorn iliiw enough to at corner prices We G N Taul cur rnost enterprslrn ings Im hoped we will have g mhI tide turn in the assessors hook with tlin cor Â¬ on theif way oan certaialy pleaae blacksmith la huihJhig up a g od trade journey rect a n u it of lax IiIh pn ptrtv This waksooii vt r soon d te was IIx hI ui on for December 28 l you M s lUykO id still reuiRii a with friends at this pace NOT ALWAYS UNDERSTOOD at which tim it inav Ih kimwn what the at Irvigton and is with Mm Mr lvl Hook and his liet girl Mi s It chard tax rate will be The body then ad Â¬ A fact often overlooked or not always Katy Newbj atendel the baptlshgat Wrather at Ih s wrltirg journed understood is that womn eufferaa much Pifgah lat Sunday Any me Hunting a nice n w Kinball trom distressing xidaa ana bladder organ very h ap cm additsa L U Me- L 0 Taul our deputy amedsor has troubles as the men The womb 1 sitÂ¬ Glotblan Irvingtoii lCv com pi ted his work for 1807 and will uated back of and very close to the II ro Vallaudingham 11 led his ngular deliver his schedules Tuesday tdadder and for that reason any distress appointment at this place Fundav and When it cornea to buying eatables disease or Pain Was MaddonlrtG end Hope preached inconvenience manifested In splendid sermons mere is not a store any wtiere tuat can the kidney back bladder or urinary Had Been AbardonoJ-Vondo- rCo linv- - added quite a All the bill better than J B Rico Sheltifian passage I often by mietakr attribated f ul Results of PUrlfylns tho Clood lot of rotivt nlencles ami improvements The old saying Christmas doesnt to female weakaeM or womb Jaoktte xx trouble of A very severe pain came li my left generally to their store on West Main St roll around but once a year So let b some sort OapM knee which grew wune and worse and go lo J B Rices for our Christmas Mrs Bailie Sims has rt turned home The error I easily made and may be a finally a sore broke out above the knee Blukate after a delightful stay with her brother toyes easily avoided by setting uriae aside for a grtat deal and the pain It dlichareed Mr II O Perkins of Beech Fork was twenty Hendrlck Wathen at the old home four hoarr a sediment or settling from ray thigh down was maddening Mrs Bailie Cain and daughter Miss visiting G N Taul Salurdaynight I - evidence that yoar kidneys Bd blad Â¬ Large hard purple spots appeared on my Ug I suffered in this way or years Florence also Miss Blanch Jolly Bew think there aro other attractions that der need doctoring It yoa have pal a er leyvllle spent last Saturday with Mrs L brought him out and give up all hope ot ever being cured dull aching la the back pass water teo T II Chancellor f aid that be didat rt qitently or acaaly supply with swart- My wife wai reading of a case like mine B Mi Glotblan cured by Hoods Bantaparllla and aha Dr Bewlei fonder resident here but know which he had lather do talk to lag or btirti g these an also convinc Â¬ advUed me to try It I bejan taking It now with Dr James the grls or fox hunt hut when Gabe ing proofs ot kidney trouble If yea In the Marshall i and when bad nscd a few bottles I office is always welioming his old com- - Taul blows his trumpet T 11 Chan have doctored without beaat try Dr MATTINGLY LttUe efalMfM OW Saata mivrt at found relief from my Buffering Ob rads and friends Kilmer Swamp Root the great kkluy eel lor goes Kiac NUU WklttkMMi aBtattateMi remedy The mild and the extraordT ny SManiay U wilt taaaala awttl how tbaskful I am or this relief 1 I am B Jackson of Blue Lick J Bro Haakel a blind preacher from was at aary eff ct will surprise vtal l hat friaml Tbaiwlay afMiaff jou It jstaad troHJT than X have ever been in my life New aar Ohriataac aatl aa4 e biai Cbolae BfeaeriM at O B Pata gave a very Interesting this place Friday Jule la always fat the highest for it wonderful cure York If JVMtythlBK la Um Carialaafi Haw I am te Um beat of health have a good sermon andStat In regard HI Alka aVkkey ha Fe4arad trwm veu take a HttdleiMwrou should take to to the differÂ¬ ot politic aad he la a leading RHpablleaa talk appctiU a4 am a new man altogether Mr W JaltacM t Tar ark g mi mV far Inaaniloa Q B Fbwx beet Atdruaoiata fifty eaat aa4 oae la Id section We are expeetlag him dollar You may ent modi s of trachirg the UTud J P Moww Lbboti Falls Mains fMM jtjraa and Maaoa hart tare a Piagah wm aww Mm A ta Haglaad of Allxh III who to be oar aext aaadhkte tor Jller fear and Mcaphlet both cent Misule at wka ba Wa Atws witk MiMSaaanMaaM mm to Aritaawaa fa by Hut atvata U W la ht aat aat h on her way to spnd the wlsUr ta yeanheaee MmUmTkr fiaacKBMBiMB Nawa OlLPai want to CBavarawft alar I Mf taMid atr aaaak 90 and yaur addraM to Dr Xilmar Aafayllh NwU Caroliaa m vMtisg bac Oo tmL ear O YMtrpatMMt hijaV VtMhaat aa4 ah Ua war iar la hla CMataaaa aovpiy Of Mlta Umwn Uaaa qakfcly MttghaaitoH X Y Tna aiopfctsM of lafejM aarf taf f h tia 0i i Trim HI km PiirMkf 0 rektlw Mm LHltU McGlottilM ad TWi nfMliWMwWi yWiiatl Ithifrj Hy JEfrltt- - iiiMWHaath aaatihjiannoi Vat wm BPa aim iril liver Mia fi wU hawkaMaaaaVjiBl H rata watt la LaiatlW a far TWa Wit I Iba 4ay mlum JJ JT Mr aud Mrs M Baine w nt to Lou- Â¬ isville Sunday Khby Blaine shipped a lot of cattle to Louisville Sanday on tho steam r Tarn Last fall hal a dnai dyed at a dye scon shop uriUe Mrs A L Irion of Detroit J amis Hoy Brashear returned to his 1 home Hnd paid f2 50 for the work Mich from Powers in cHephensport could usj only part of the goods as they Station Saturday where he has been were not all of the same color Now clerkhg in a store last week I toughtapackegmf Diamond When you come to Cloverport durir g Dyes for ti u CHtita and dyed a whole the Holidays you are invited to make dress with it The drets Is just lovely your headquarters at Vests There and tne smallest pieces ar i as good as everything new can be seen the large owe every thing beinganeVen Miss Sm Henri Brashear the bright color It is not a difficult task to dye with aud amiable daughter of Mrs Bettie H Diamond Dyi s for plain smple direc- Â¬ Brashear left Sunday for Louisville to tions on every package tells how the dye vhither cousin Mrs II B Hawkins should be used Many roors can be after the holidays she will go to Midway Sue is quttu a mHiltt with uo more troulbe than it Ky to enter college favorite and leaves a host f friends who would be to wash the goods Do not risk your material with dVes will inisi her that claim to color both cotton and wool with the s iiiik th e for it is impossible to TAR FORK gel Bithfactory rrmta with dya of thai character In Diamond Djis there are Bird bunting takes the day special djes for cotton and special dyep Buy your overshoes at J B Rices for wool and they are all guaranteed to For Christmas candies go to J B give eatibfattion if used according to di Diamond Dyts Cents An Eminent New York Chenlst ami Scientist Makes a ree Offer to Our Reader GLASSWARE 5 cents Stock pure and fresh in ai J Â¬ -- The distinguished New York chemist T A Slocum demonstrating hi discov- Â¬ ery of a reliable and absolute cure for Consumption pulmonary Tuberpulosls and all bronchial throat lung and chest diseases stubborn coughs catarrhal affections general declineand weakness loes of flesh and all conditions of wastÂ¬ ing away will send TIIRFE FREE EOT TLES all different of his Now Discov- Â¬ eries to any afflicted reader of the Bbbck enbidob Nxws writing for them His New Sclent tic Treatment has cured thousand permanently bv its timely use and he considers it a simple professional duty to Buffering humanity to donate a trial of his infallible cure Science daily develops new wonder and this great chemist patiently experi Â¬ menting for years has produced result as bem tidal to humanity as can be claimed by any modern genius His asÂ¬ sertion that lung troubles and consump- Â¬ tion are curable in any climate is proven by heartfelt letters of gratitude filed In bis American and European laborator- Â¬ ies in thousands from tboee eured in all parte of the world Medical experts concede that bron- Â¬ chial chest and lung troubles lead to Cousumption which uninterrupted means speedy and certain death Simply write to T A Slocum M 0 08 Pine street New York giving post office and pxpress address and the free medicine will be promptly sent Suffer Â¬ ers should take Instant advantage of bis generous proposition Pleasn tell the Doctor that you saw his ouVr in the Brkckinbiixik Nxws You can get beautiful ware from to 0 cents here Come and make your selection STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES CIGARS TOBACCO PIPES ALL GOODS PROMPTLY DELIVERED IN candies GREGORY GIBSON Here is What You Can Dp at Big Spring Meyer Meyeit Meyer Fiif Dry Goods Clothing and Notions Ladies riand-- 239 369 Keep Ladies Vests 15 Cents kerchfs 3 for 5c to In Footwear Warm i Silk Good Mufflers Ad This See Them Ladies Oh HoOThaiikful Coffee to 10 cts Per Pound 20 cts Over- Buys A Gents Black Under 101 L Buys Just for a Moment 9 ioo 1M shirt WEY1R The Heltday Mai tt aaiawaMaMaaBawBai atPt10i Jm lfaU a Hoods W yuj f iUtda4aar vt fit ariilUd ar k tfBjUiaVw s- -