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WE WISH ALL OUR READERS A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR VOL XXII CLOVEKPOKT TERRIBLE RAILWAY COLLISION KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 22 1897 ornmeilt that tho American government extorts to command a salllciont major- Â¬ ity lu tho hoaso of representatives to check all military motions until tho summer recess in July next thus secur Â¬ ing Spain a rcspito for a yoar Clearance Papers Ilefused Wilmisoton N O Deo 20 The schooner Silvor Hcols suspected of hav ing been engaged in filibustering opera Â¬ tions is dotalnod here unable to got clear uco papers Â¬ NO 23 BRANDENBURG I havo a sweet kind letter from Sister Pate with a few comforting words en Â¬ closed from dear Brother Pato They are much pleased at SlaughtersrlUo and are comfortably situated I know no ono misses those true good poople as I do Last Conference year was more than common significance to me Bro Pate and wife are largo hearted with a single distinct tenacious purpose in life To do good to all Bro Pate is an elegant gentleman and his wife a cultivated lady I have a letter from a sweet woman who says I read your Ideas on a model wife or husband and was much pleased but she says what about second mar Â¬ riages Well a poet says There are as many best love songs as there are So my belief is yon can best lovers only have one affinity but if one takes the second leap it is another love good perhapp but not ideal if your first was a true love if not you may meet the ideal and then know the difference Come early Thursday night to the court house it will be comfortable See the seven little girls in their cantata a Christmas Gift Hear them tell the sweet story in eong and verse it was selected for Christmas eve but you all know why we changed Tne older pupils follow in King Winter a Christ mas story too It is a Court scene at which a concert is given by tho Courti- Â¬ ers Scene third Is a scene in Slumber land witli the children tree Santa Claua and a dream fairy who sings a solo with a response by her Court Miith joy love truth In crown and costumes Ethbert Hubbard has sent mo a moat unique book entitled Upland Pastures foi inspection and criticism The book is by Adeline Knapp and is prettily Illustrated in a noyel manner by tinted buds flowers and birds of brilliant hue I am much pleased with the book It brings one in close touch with nature it causes the scales to fall from ones eyes nnd to catch ileetlntr glimpses of her true beauties nnd to think mpro pro- Â¬ foundly of the end of human nature It reminds us that tho our feet may bo up- Â¬ on earth our spirits can soar aloft for something outside of external temporal conditions I havo Ethbert Hubbards Little Journeys to the Homes of Famous twelve for 1897 which have Women given me a pleasant insight into the liyes of famous writers and artists I find they are at last only fallible human beings like ordinary mortals with love hate sorrow joy like ourselves creatures of circumstances In my Christmas Bood Buyer is a Quo Filial Portrait of a Great Poet by Henry Van Dyke All lovers ol English literature will be fond ol anything that tells of thai distinguished man of letteis Alfred Tennyson who had a sensitive shrinking nature which was inevitable Van Dyko for one of his temperament writes of this sketch given to the world of a poets career by his son A fine por Â¬ trait of Mr and Mrs Tennyson grace the Book Buyer His earlier sonnets show a straight course of singular strength and v111 One trait I admire in the poet laureate above all others Is his belief in tho freedom of the human will which was one of his deepest beliefs and he expresses it with great grandeur In tho His last ennto of In Metnorlam Maud can make us all feel yourg again at tho passion of those lyrics of love But the most sublime thought that ever escaped his brain and found Its way It 1b hard to be- Â¬ to the world was this lieve in God but it is harder not to be-Â¬ lieve I believe that God reveals Him- Â¬ self to every individual soul and my idea of Heaven is tho perpetual ministry What could be ol one t oul to another It satisfies my whole moro beautiful soul of bliss in a future state it is enough Alfred Tennyson hasstruch the keynote Bklknau Ills Feb 10th 1807 Mendenhall Evansville Ind Dear Sir Your Improved Chill and revor Cure has been one of my best sel Â¬ lers during the last year my purchases having exceeded two 2 Gross I find that it gives splendid satisfaction aa those who use it onco invariably call for it again Yius mpectfully b - ft I- ts Three llniplores 4re Instantly Killed and Several Injured TenitR Haute Ind Deo 17 A dis astrous and fatal wreck occurred on tho Chicago and Eastern railway at Lyford at 603 yesterday morning passenger train No 8 which left Chicago at 11 54 Congress Preparing For The at night and extra freight No 23 Penalty For Offering Autonomy crashing togother whilo running at fall Next Counting of speed To The Insurgents Tho wreck was tho result of Freight Noses Conductor L L Coons overlooking orders to side track for No 3 Both en gines two mailcars and four freight A SPOILSMAN FOR THE CHANCE cars rolled down an embankment into a Ho Was Promptly Courtmnrtlaled ditch Tho dead aro Spanish And Speedily Executed John B Rousch of Danville Ills enThe Census Bureau Is Not Under The gineer of passenger train Government Issued a Note George Brewor of Danvillo Ills fire Civil Service Rules and man passenger train Affords a Frank F Dcotor fireman freight en Â¬ gine Declaring She Is Satisfied With PreThe injured aro Convenient Asylum For Political Lowis L Coons of Chicago conductor sent Conditions freight train out on head and shoal Hacks -- Obstacles to the Whalers dors Relief Expedition Georgo Foster engineer freight train buried nnder tender of engino and bad Â¬ crashed WAS1IINQTOK Special Deo 21 In a ly William Havana Dec 20 Tho now tolo of Chicago mall graphed to tho United States that Colllttlo mora than two yoars thu twelfth con olerk back F Raab sprained bus of tho United States will bo taken and onel Joaquin Ruiz has bcon shot by Henry Cadwallader of Evanston congress In already making preparations olerk legs crashed and baok Araugureu lacks confirmation Rniz for It It has boon decided that tho em Ills mall of Marshal Blanco tho all ployees of the census bureau shall not bo sprninod S Mitchell of Chicago trav Charles captain general of Cuba was recently selected through civil scrvlco competitive eling salesman cut on head sent to confer with tho insurgents examination Tho frlonds of olvll sorvlco Travel was Interrupted for six hours Colonel Ruiz proceeded into tho reform woro anxious to havo tho morlt country on Monday last having presystem applied to this Important work SET HER HAIR ON FIRE viously written a letter to Arangmen but they know it would bo useless to mako An Old Lady Tortured nnd the House Such a largo part of all tho tho effort A consular employe Senor Tosca Itansacked ljr ltoubers government employment is already under who had been commissioned by United Â¬ O Doc 20 very llttlo is loft for Mrs Mar Ashtabula tho civil Eorvieo that Stutcs Consul General Leo to mako intho spoilsmen and politicians and thceo garet Barrett nn aged widow residing quiries has just returned from Campo boon watting for tho con gentlemen hao in Jefferson this county was awakened Florido threo leagues distant from the sus work to And places for their honoh at 1 oclock in tho morning by two insurgent encampment at Tumba Oua mon In taking tho last con sua bo mo 3000 masked men who stood in the doorway tro Ho says Ruiz urged tho party to or 4000 persons woro employed hero In accept autonomy and congratulated Washington alono and thoy wcro appoint Â¬ survoylng her sleeping apartment with himself that ho would induce thorn to Tho mon approached ed through political Influence Although a dark lantern return with him to Havana tho character of tho men who mado tho her bedside and asked if she had any camp The insurgents Whon she replied in the nega- Â¬ prepared for thein visit byhad not been census enumerations out in tho country money Arangnren appears to havo been pretty good Buch tive one lighted a match and thrust it nnd seeing Ruiz iu his uniform and was not thocaso in tlioolllco of tho bureau into her hair The woman screamed learning tho object of his visit they dehero It is within tho mark to Bay that whorenpou they silenced her by threats manded the application of tho procla- Â¬ tho census cost f 1000000 or porhaps 3 Her fingers wcro held in tho blaze of mation of Gomozand Rodriguez which 000000 moro than It would havo cost If matches orders he infliction of tho death penalty tho merit eystom had bcon adopted in hirMrs Barrett is an invalid bat she ou nil persons who attempt to indnco struggled with htr torturers until they chiefs of tho rebellion to surrender ing clerks hero toro hor nightgown Finally one man Eleventh Census Scandals In compliance with their demands a urged tho other to desist and upon courtmartial was formed and the sen Tho bureau was mado a sort of hospital hearing his voico the lady thought she tence of death was passed upon Ruiz for tho poor relatives of sonntors con- Â¬ recognized him and called him by a Senor Tosca adds that Aranguron gressmen and others possessing Influence Men woro employed at good salaries Irre Â¬ name to which ho replied ho would out jtood aloof during tho trial and allowed hor tonguo out if sho said it again the sentence to be carried out Colonel Womon woro spective of their usefulness given placet to plcaso tholr patrons and They then left her and ransacked the Rniz was exeoatod with a machete house from top to bottom frlonds In oillclnl llfo and If all tho scan SPAIN SATISFIED Mrs Barrett raised an alarm and offi- Â¬ dals that lurked underneath tho roof of tho census ofheo had boon laid baro tho cers were pat on the case bat have not rhlngs Are Going Her War According to yet made any arrests Sho is severely good publto would have had a great shock an Ofllclal Note Tho eleventh census cost tho government burned Madrid Deo 20 An official note In tho opinion of about 11500000 whloh ROBBED HIS EMPLOYER lays that tho dispatch of an American experts ts several millions mora than is A Louisville Ilookkeeper Fifteen Thou Â¬ squadron to tho Gulf of Mcxioo has not necessary to kocuro tho proper result made a bad impression hero as tho gov Â¬ sand Dollars Short Ono reform which congress scorns do This shows ernment is awaro that iu tho present Louisville Dec 17 tormlned to mako Is to limit tho number of subjects whloh tho census shall Inves what women will do said Louis Alt season tho Gulf of Mexico is tho only tigate In taking tho elovonth consus man as ho confessed to Chief of Defect- Â¬ sea where naval maneuvers aro possible pretty much every sort of inquiry known ives Haagor that for tho past eight and that thoso winter maneuvers havo to tho investigator of Industrial and social years he had been systematically rob not occurred for two years on account conditions was mado and often at an ex bing his employers Charles Rosenheim of a desire to avoid wouudiug Spanish pense wholly out of proportion to tho Company dealers in china and susceptibilities valuoof tho notorial scoured Tho prima The government tho note says in Â¬ glassware of 15000 Ho was omployod tends to leave to Marshal Blanco tho and constitutional purposo of a consus i as bookkeeper to ascertain tho population of tho country task of organizing tho first Cuban gov Â¬ At first ho took small amounts but of ernment and whllo many other things of Impor- Â¬ It will hold entirely aloof In irfoy proporly bo Inquired Into tho lato had been taking 500 and 1000 at local questions having confidence in tance very strong in congross a time feeling is now tho general success of tho icforms Within the post few weeks the firm adopted for the island that tbcro iliould bo a limit upon tho Somo suspected him and started an investitpeolal Inquiries mado number of Tho reports circulated concerning the of tho statli Its gathered at groat exponso gation which resulted in the discovery construction of Spanish warships aro In tho last census have not oven yot bcon of a shortage and the arrest of Altman much exaggerated according to the published though it Is nearly time for a at his desk yestorday on a chargo of note which assorts that it is the gov Â¬ new enumeration Senator Carter chair Â¬ embezzlement ernments intention merely to complete Altmau is S3 years of ago and has the existing squadron in accordance man of tho census commlttco portlnontly suggosts that statistics 8 or 10 years old been prominent In Jowish circles He with tho scheme prepared somo years Ho told detectives he ago by a commission presided over by is unmarried cannot havo much value spent most of tho money on a woman the late Senor Canovas del Castillo Limitations of Itolndaers Tho noto concludes with tho assurIn the opinion of competent authorities named Maud Quinn ance- that tho Carlists havo not been M RS tho government is making a mistake in LEASES PLAN S contemplating disturbances and that depondlng upon reindeor as tho motivo power for tho rellof expeditions which are Lecturlnc Not Profitable She Wants to the leaders of the party aro preparing to Hun For Congress take part in tho approaching legislative being sont out to succor tho crows of whalGkeat Bend Kan Doc 20 In a elections ing ships caught in tho lco to tho north of Alaska and tho minors on tho Yukon letter to friends here Mrs Mary ElizaHERE IS A HOWL The rolndcor Is a good draft ani rlvor beth Lease states that her lecture en- A Spanish Paper Comments on President mal whon tho conditions aro Just right gagements aro not proving as profltablo McKlnleys Actions but ho Is a queer beast In that ho balks at as she expected and announces that sho Ho Is contrary tho slightest provocation Madrid Deo 20 Tho Imparciolo expects to retarn to Kansas and begin prankish nnd ugly When ho has a fit ho in an nrticlo on tho United States conHo may go along an active canvass for tho Populist nom- Â¬ gress says Is dlfiloult to control ination for congress in tho Seventh disfor a day or two all right and then ho After the Insults and calumnies Tho fight against Jerry Simpson against will turn nnd glvo so much trouble that trict Spain our excellent almost only native drivers can do anything with she sars will prevent his renomination Tho reindeer has an uufortunato and it is her hope to eventually secure a protector and friend MoKiuley as him compensation is going to seud a squad habit of running away at night Twenty majority of the votes in the convention Mrs Lease expects to be opposed by ron to tho Gulf of Mexico a measure years or more ago Huron Kordonsklold of Sweden tool a herd of reindeer to north tho Democrats bat she says that if nover so unnecessary as now siuco Spltzbergen and wintered thero intend- nominated she will hold meetings in Cuba has a captain general whoso poling to start with a sledgo expedition over every precinot in tho district and give icy is just and humauo Spain has just tho people of the Seventh a repetition made great concessions to Cuba This tho ocean lco toward tho north polo during tho next spring But ono stormy ottho campaign of 1890 when we first is becauso the Yankees are sooking to justify tho policy of the insurgents night all his deer escaped to tho mountains elected Jerry who base their hopes on the interven- Â¬ and nono of them was over rocapturud Engine Jumped On a llrltlcet This is a risk which the relief party that tion of their friends Louip Dec 20 Whllo piloting 8r Is now on tho way to Alaska In tho Doar The sending of this squadron will heavy freight train up the Merchants revive their hopes and cause a continuwill havo to run If thoy succeed In landing their supplies and getting away on bridgo incline yesterday an engino of ation of the struggle The intervention tholr long journey to Point Harrow with tho Terminal Railroad association of tho United States will be a montholr roludoor herd the first thing they jumped the track and plunged to the strous aot of cynicism Those- who kept know tholr animals may concludoto stam ground below Firoman Al Pousinger silenco in the presence- of tho German pedo to tho mountains It this happens was instantly killed Euginoer J H cruisers at Hayti do not daro to risk the Anothor McCnllough was dashed head first disapprobation of Europe- We know bo ruined tho expedition will is that thoy candifficulty with reindeer through tho cab window and badly in- Â¬ the means which will foil tho tricks of continues The Impar not llvo on tho country unless grass or jured and W H Cobb yard agent of the Yankees ciale moss can bo found and It is dlllicult to tho East Side yards of tho terminal The means are groat wisdom of find grass and moss in winter whon the had several ribs broken iu addition to snow la so deep Practically all tho provPensinger Spain the great loyalty of the island receiving other injuries ender will hno to bo taken along and as was crushed into an unrecognizable tho grand activity in our vossols and a reindeer must hove four or llvo pounds mass under tho engine He was mar tho great energy of our government It is unnecessary to mention the patri- Â¬ of food per day It Is easy to soo that ho litd and leaves a widow otism of Spain will soon eat up all ho can draw Guardliiftf tlio Tollgntcs Advantages of Dos rower iL ENJLcalTO Danville Ky Deo 17 There has With dogs as tho motive power thero ts rr ves Safely advnntago of being ablo to feed thorn been no startling developments In tho The Daring Cuban Olllri tho at Tmi tollgato war Tho Hardin Rifles are can bo shot bear walrus seal whatever Tampa Flo Deo 20 The Cabana foxes anything If worst comes to wont guarding tho Stanford gate bat no here gave a warm welcomo Saturday dog can bo fed to dog In caso of emer Â¬ raiders havo so far put in an appear gency a dog can bo kept alive and In har onco Tho only fear is that the raiders night to Colonel Ranle Marti who ar Â¬ ness on less than a pound of food per day from two or threo countios may unite rived ou tho Ollvotto from -- Havana and oven with this small ration ha will glvo with the possible ones in Boylo county Marti who is called El- - Engloslto good work Tho experienced men hore and make an orgauized attack upon tho was a during ofilcer and the Spaniards think the war department would have gates whloh aro unprotected offered a price for hii head Ho was done bettor to depend upon dogs rather smuggled ou board and given papers as Tragedy In Clnolnnatl than reindeor as their motivo power In ofilcer was suspi these two rellof expeditions Cincinnati Deo 17 Georgo Shoe an American Tho to stop on Bhoro Thore Is also doubt as tatho advisability ban 28 shot his wife Kate Miller cious and asked him 1 am afraid of yoa Spanish officers of sending tho expedition toward Point Bheehan 37 at 231 East Pearl streot at nnd as I am nnder Harrow to relievo tho whaling crows A 1 J0 oclock Thursday af teruooa fa Â¬ sad Marti grimly well known nrotlo travelor said toduy it tally wouudiug her He tired threo the American flag now I rofuso to leave iU folds would bo easier to reach tho north polo In shots Ono missed her He then shot Tho police held the ship two hours tho spring as Lieutenant Peary propose himself in the left ohest but Is not seri Â¬ and then alowod her to leave Bat on to renoh It than to take a sledgo expediously woanded Jealousy caused the a second thought after she had left the tion from St Michaels to Point Barrow tragedy harbor the polico started iu pursuit But If the crews of tho imprisoned whaling the steamer is a swift vessol and soon Died of Overexertion ships have not enough food to last thorn distanced tho Spanish boats Marti is through tho winter about whloh there is O Deo 20 While reading an Newark American bat llvod all his life in wme doubt they can easily savo them an account of tho burial of President selves by marching south along tho coast MoKinleys mother to his wife iu Alex- Â¬ Cmba He was a leader of great daring nd had mado himBelf obnoxious till they reach tho natives and tho mlseloa andria Henry Prosser aged 40 fell tae government Dy ms daring rams to stations It Is much oasler for them to back in hisohalraud expired Heart ppala Olven m Ksipite of a Tear inaroh south with llttlo tu carry than for London Loo 20 The Madrid corre Â¬ relief expedition heavily laden with disease was the cause of his death Mr Besides It PfosMr was aa Englishman by birth spondent of Tho Standard says stores to go north to them Gen Â¬ having immigrated to this country lu Uhi whalers took tho matter In hand early eral Blanco reports that negotiations on tholr 1870 MtQUfth they could havo started witksoveral Influential ItMargeut chiefs Soptem- aeqDwrn journey m early m are prcgressing so favorably that he relief expedition will not b OuaVStXOTLXUsV W whllo the hofxM te deucU from the rebellion Im Â¬ jM o st out overland till about Jan I THAT portant forves which are willing to Um ec te tke staid of the dark arctic winter accept autonomy Ml WiLTKK WUUUX sMM MsUssl tls sWV spMOT Dt TjSjffl THE TWELFTH CENSUS Â¬ GEN RUIZ KILLED COLD IN DAWSON CITY Thermometer Ranging Below From Fifty to Seventy Degrees Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ NEW COAL FIELD IN OHIO Itloh Veins Hare Keen Discovered In the Southern Part of Jackson County Jacksox O Doc 18 Land owners In tho southern portion of this connty aro considerably exbited over recent Eight Hundred Men From Dawson City Trying to Reach Fort Yukon to Obtain Food Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ p Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ discoveries which indicato that by far tho most abundant and richest veins of coal yet discovered in this county Ho in that section This portion of tho connty has not until quite recently been tested for coal About two years ago n company of eastern capitalists was represented by Mr Harvey Wells founder of tho city of Wollstou who accompanied by a corps of engineers made an extensive tour of inspection throughout tho lower section of this county A test holo was drilled on tho farm of Mr Harrison Cantor iu Hamilton township and coal which was pronounced first class by Mr Wells nnd other experts was found Owing to tho lack bf railroad facilities tho matter wns dropped for tho time but Mr Cantor at onco put iu a bank and has since been supplying the entire neighborhood with fuel Sinco that time every lnnd owner in tho neigh borhood has put in n bank upon his place and hus found tho taino grade and quantity of coal as that wnioh underlio the Canter farm showing tho underlying vein to bo ono continuous stratum It is lid that influential parties who havo recently becomo intuicstcd havo succeeded m interesting the Cincinnati Hamilton and Daylqn railroad whoto lino runs within four miles of tho Ham ilton township discoveries and that ac tive preparations will begin at onco looking to tho immcdiato development of this land which promises to becomo the best yielding coal lands iu tho state POSTOFFCE BURGLAR12D Safe Dynamited and Money nuil Other Â¬ 4 Â¬ Â¬ AUNY PEOPLE WILL STARVE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ secured 100 in moiiey order funds S0 worth of stamps 75 in money belong ing to tho postmaster and a diamond ring belonging to his daughtor Although tho robbery occurred in the heart of tho city no ono heard tho ex- Â¬ Postplosion and tho robbers escaped olllco Inspector A K Holmes is trailing two suspects who arrived iu town Sat urday and left early yesterday morning An Vnprordked Murdor Louisville Deo 18 Olaudo Bryaut a bartender at Abo Roths saloon Sixth and Green streetswas shot and killed yesterday tiy Curtfs Dearing eon of Charles T Dearing president of tho Louisville Book company and ono of most prominent citizens of Lonisvillo Bryaut was nuaiinod whllo Dearing used two rovolvcrs firing nine shots in all Tho killing was entirely unproDearing was arrested and prevoked sented lu the polico court immediately after tho killing Tho cast was continued Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Stolen Dec 20 Somo timo Saturday night robbers nffectod an entrance- into the postolllco hero slew opou tho safo iwith dyuamito and Valuables Canal Dover O ViCTOitiA B O Dec 18 W Kast ner and George McLachlln who left Dawson City on Nov 8 orrived at Victoria ou tho steamer Corona They bring news that 800 men have accepted tho offer of tho Alaska Commercial company and the Canadian government to supply them with food free at Fort Yukon and have gone for it About SO men were passed on the trails All were shy of provisions and suffering se verely from the cold which ranged from 60 to 70 degrees below Major Walsh administrator of the Yukon was found encamped at Big Salmon awaiting relief from Skaguay Ho had lost two boats and much of his provisions The remaining portion was spoiled and unless rolicf arrives soon Kastner says ho will bo without food he can not reach Dawson this winter Ono of his party Freeman was drowned on Thanksgiving day Two of tho party of fivo who left Dawson shortly before Kastner are in a bad predicament They have been separated from their companions and are without food Kastner says people will starve In Dawson this winter as thero is not food enough About 1000 aro talking of coming out on tho first ico Kastner and McLachlln had a rough timo coining out They started with four sleds bat had to discard these aud all unnecessary luggago For four days beforo reaching Little Polly they wero on short ratious and nil the way had to sleep in the open besido a fire Tho weather was cold all tho timo Tho polico are now stopping all men going in as it is next to Impossible to make the trip Tho steamers Bella and Waro had been gono threo weeks to Fort Yukon foi provisions bat as the river was full of ice when tho party loft Dawson there is no hope of tho steamers getting back for several mouths Kastner aud MoLachlin say there is no truth lu the sensational story brought out by tho In Â¬ dian mall carrier Auk to tho effect that 1000 men aro on tholr way out from Dawson Tho Corona has on board a United Stares marshal nnd a number of pris Â¬ oners for San Quontin including Slim Birch acquitted on tho charge of murdering Deputy Marshal Watts who attempted his arrest but sentenced to throe years for the crime of mayhem Ono Indian is sentenced for life for murdor and another seven years also for murder and four white men sen tenced for misdemeanors Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ D W Fairlelgh of Louisville was here last Sunday Mis A C Burton spent Saturday and Sunday In Hodgenvllle Another prize fight I It goes with foot ball Send em all to Spain to fight animals Mis G L Neatus and Mrs P G Young have returned from a visit to Louisville Yeakel Co will have a sure enough genuine Santa Claua to give away pres Â¬ ents to the children Lee Hagan the Incoming Sheriff has moved into the house next door to Massena Fontaine on West Hill Miss Annie Nevltt was a visitor of Miss Lena Nevltt last Saturday and from whom I had a pleasant call She is a dear girl Our good Our town Is very healthy physicians Doctors Pusey and Wells are not Idle however a wide scope of coun- Â¬ try is theira iimmle Ditto Is having his home on West Hill raised a full story now win- Â¬ dows and doors and two rooms added It will be a pretty liorce 1 The entertainment at the Methodist church Christmas night will be in the nature of a cantata but originally carried out by the committee Cards are out to the marriage Dec 28 of Mr Dick Willett the Incoming Cir- Â¬ cuit Clerk to Miss Lucy Young of the Sandy Hill neighborhood Tho gum shoe statesman baa sailed The away oer the dark blue sea Republicans will miss him in a contest for he is a shrewd organizer Dont bo uneasy about social position people always rank where they are capa Â¬ ble ot going a trumpet need not be sounded to blow down the walls The Christmas tree at the Baptist church will be accompanied with quite a charming literary and musical pro- Â¬ Mies Ada Brown In charge gram I notice Bruce Overton son ol Brother Buch Overton our Presiding Elder is to t ike unto himself a Nashville girl Bruce is a very talented young man and ex- Â¬ pects to wear ministerial robes On Wednesday evening December 20 at the Baptist church Mr Gene Gucdry ofPaducah and MissLlda Haynts of this place will be united in marriage the Rev Phillip Jenkins officiating Wo will nil be lotus eaters next week The Eityption plantit Is fabled if eaten made one forget all else but pleasure so for one short week we will profess to have eaten the plant A true Christmas halo is hovering over our little town and peace good will Is reigning and everybody 1b busy and happy doing somethirg to make another forget lifes cares for a brief season anyhow My Christmas number of Ladies Home Ideal is full of sweetmeats and tid bits for old and young big and little Pretty Christmas gifts and how to make them at home and interesting stories for the long evenings My friend Mrs James Fairlelgh has sent me for Inspection in pamphlet form Curi- Â¬ a genuine novelty in literature ous questions in history literature art and cocial life by Miss Sarah Killikelly who Is a well known educator and liters tor A few of tho questious are In the little leaflet and they aro gemsof study and thought The custom of lifting tho hat had its origin in the year of chivalry when knights appeared in full armor It should still be an ace of chivalry but I am much astonished to si e men and boys who call themselves gentlemen pass ladles and speak without raising their hats Please if I have a boy guilty of such a breach let him be reproved by the girl or lady My friend of Love L tter renown has sent me a certain unique county paper a sample copy In it are annotat Â¬ ed some most laughable allusions on a vast range of miscellaneous topics Why cant little boats keep close to shore Why get Into deep water and flounder It is the funniest thing in the world to use words wrong because they sound big My friend above has a rare facilty not faculty for quickly seeing a wrong word in the wrong place or a misplaced sentence I spent a most pleasant day last Sun day with my friends Dr J U Dowden and wife Doctor Dowden will leave January let to locate in Sebree below Henderson He will practice dentistry In that and adjacent towns as he is In Â¬ formed that a most excellent opening awaits him with as good a fcope of country Our town will lose most valu able citizens and the Baptist church its most earnest workers Dr Dowden has been most Biiccetsul in his profession and is a conscientious painstaking dentist Ills many friends wish him great Â¬ Acquitted on LEXiNnTOv Unwritten Law Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ky Deo 18 Tho Fay ctto county graud jury returned nn Indictment against Jacob S Harris charging him with murder iu tho first degree He caught Thomas II Mcrritt iu a park with Mrs Harris and Bitot Merritt dead Harris was acquitted by Judge Falconer on that nuwrltten gives law which tho judge said man tho right to dofend his wifo nnd homo against tho intrusion of another Midget Itrcoril UrnUon Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Quincv Ills Deo 18 The smallest baby that hds been born for many years is tho daughter of Mr and Mrs Fred erick Slasher It weighs a trifle less than a pound without clothing Her face is not much larger around than a dollar and her legs ure about as largo Sho is as the little finger of an adult four days old and has grown steadily since her birth Â¬ Volcano Creates a Neir Island A new Sax Fuaxcisco Deo 18 island was recently thrown np by volcanic nctiou between Lumbldau and Mompakoi It appeared ou Sept 21 and is 45 feet in height 250 yards long and 160 yards broad Tho highest point Is a mad crater Much babbling goes ou in eracks and holes which omit gas Kluty Nlue Years For Murder Paducaii Ky Deo 18 William for Holly on trial at Eddyvillo Ky tho murder of William Askow an old man was given 00 years imprisonment His accomplice Cato will bo tried iioxt May Askew wus beaten to death with bowlders and his body was sunk in the Tennessee river last summer Skaters Drowned Buffalo Deo 20 John Osborne 13 years old of this oity and Erwin War ren Oclm 10 years of ago of Lancaster N Y woro drowned yesterday whilo skatiug on thin ico Died III a Huggy Lexinotov Ky Deo 18 Mrs Cur Â¬ tis Willmott wife of a farmer whilo riding iu a buggy iu tho neighborhood of her home fell dead Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ kon rivor steamers aud several barges ordered by tho Alaska Exploration com pany will bo constructed In this city Mon were employed to prepare the va caut lots on Spear street just north of home for a shipyard the Sailors whero tho steamers and barges will be built Tho Alaska Commercial company has decided to build in this city four now steamers for the Yukon Tho Union iron works aro now building an ocean steamer of 1800 tons for this company and a vessel of a similar size for the Pa cific Coast Steamship company New itmitu to the Yukon Seattle Wash Deo 18 Steam schooner Augusta has arrived from Copper river af tor a very stormy voy- Â¬ age Georgo J Reunick who came down on her claims to havo discovered a now route to tho Yukon the location Ho says of which he will not disclose that with the exception of 30 miles overland he can go all the way by watr Reunick has several claims in tho Copper rivor country and will take back 40 miners with him blurted For the Klondike Count rr Tacoma Wash Doc 18 Tho steam er Alki sailed last night for Skaguay with a small cargo and ISO passongers among thoso on board being Mrs S A Hix of San Bornardlno Cal a member of the first white family that went to California She is bound for the Klon- Â¬ dike country aud will go over tho mountains as soon as the trails or passable Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ VcSSSLS FOR THE YUKON New Yards Iielnp lltlllt In San Franclsoo to bupply the Deiuaud San Fhancico Deo 18 Three Yu J O S 11 Hemic says a Lon Â¬ Thero 1 nn old woman don paper who has a milk stand In St James iirk who has stood at It for 53 years Her mother kept It beforo her and her grandmother beforo that Â¬ Â¬ be persuaded into buying without rtputntion or merits Cliambrrllaus Pain Balm costs no more ami its merits have be n proven by a ttfctof many jmra Such letters as the foliowligfrom L G bVgoy Hueueuie Cal are constantly belrg received Thu hot rnuidy for pain I havo over used la Gliumberlaliis ialn Balm and I say m alter mil g it lu my family for several jears It cures rheumatism lame back sprains and swellings For sain by A II Fisher Cloverpott and It lini-aii-ii- is Dout A Hhellman You n ft-- Stephenport 1 lt Mau Myster oiuly MUslng Vallkyvibw JCy Ceo 11 Jerry ton of William Combs aged 17 of Jes Za8 samine countyt has mysteriously disap Â¬ Tha country U W peared from horn to fiu4 Ussl Hg 4ul had recommended the week preceding Aug 28 to Sept 8 This met opposition on the ground that it would come just before pension payment in Ohio and several other states It also was objec Â¬ tionable becauso it lapped over from oue mouth to tho other The eutlro day was spent in consultation and when Sept B to 10 was select Â¬ ed it met tho approval of the executive council as well as of the local commit- Â¬ tee General Gobin barely had time to reach his train after the session ended Tho utmost good feeling has prevailed aud all ooncernod aro looking forward to a most successful encampment Indiana Grown CoSTee Ind Doo 20 C Lawhencehuho K Smith planted coff eo on his farm last year as an experiment and succeeded in raising qui to a crop oa the half acre utilized for that purpose and takes delight in demonstrating to his neigh Â¬ bor by treating them to a drink of de Â¬ licious home grown coffee Next year a number of farmers propose imitating Mr Smiths example and attempt to raise cetfee for hoo eosuawptloH Â¬ ENCAMPMENT DATE FIXED G A It Ileunlon In Cincinnati Will He Held Sept O to 10 Cincinnati Doo 18 Tho dato of tho national cucampmont of tho Graud Army of the Republio has been fixed for Sept 5 to 10 1808 The local committee some time ago The success KIY8 CRKAM UAXM Isaposltlvecnre Apply into the nostrils It Is qulcklj absorbed M csuU st TJruiritUts or T msil ssmpcs 10c br msll KLY BltOTllKltS H Warren t L New York Cltf JrJr 9 Going to Build or Repair Write Louisville Ky r Doors Sash and Blinds Shingles Steel Roofing Thf will save you money J P Will CO For Pries on Luni w m 1JW1 V ryVqlr -- sJwtkw T3W WWWWWWBMMWwoWn AtiMVWftmMawawMMMMMM mftunW I wrtalwWWWMMWWWWWiiaMlNWWWW Ji Ifc M te1 IIM Mi I GROCERY S2 DEPARTMENT ri tt t fDOHTTWIWra as U III llW wlSWfPPfpiPWrn MlWiUMItai Nww Mlibw s fw p ti rj Have You a Girl And dont know what to send her for a Christmas present Well Wo cant begin to The end is drawing1 near Santa with his team of basket of candy We think of trying to reindeers is preparing to make his rounds Our win- Â¬ and fruits tell how many dow dresser has prepared a treat for the little ones have a man who will fix up your good things we mm showing how Old Santa will make his trip Bring baskets free of have to make a There is a charge He will give it that wonder hearty Christmas the little ones out to see this tableau ful touch that will make it a gem of The beauty meal You might charm about our store we hear it on all sides look around and choicest pieces of art can be had in our store as soon see what we have as it is found in any of the city stores There are Candies Fruits and Nuts m m not got Then it We have a good line of these goodies We think we have yet a lot of pretty novelties left for your selection would help us you cant find any better fresh from Come to day come the candy factories Wholesome Nuts everything the appetite may crave that will make people happy Trust us with your Christmas order where Santa Claus can be seen in all his glory The arid lots of Oranges Bananas Grapes and see how promptly it will be filled all kinds of whole store fairly sparkles with Christmas thoughts andsweet things Fruits Come to us for Â¬ how about a nice m SILVERWARE We are closing out a line of plated knives and forkr spoons both tea and tablH ware Souvf nir spoons nut picks aDd carvinjj sets Here am imnd marked awav down lining uni ue and will mak a splendid Rift and a price in reach of any one wanting some good ware at a small price Oome m examine the goods compare the price with others und you will find them big bargains Childs Sewing Machines xMsmm so much fixings to tham saw good an1 strong and can b used by older ones not easy to get out of repair but with care they will Inst for years A child gets its first lesson of how Jt make i s own clothes from one of these machines Last year they were 5 00 This year are made eo they can be retailed at Made just like mamas only nob ill IJfijx m I 1 THE CHINA CLOSET Is always read to receive more dainty ware Â¬ 250 HARDWARE articles to make useful presents A good C alhod s me Fire Shovels good strong table Knives So many MM I m as v i m Mip iPKEjf u mm1 imm 41 AI Ilia Ife KiryiIIWta3l1 IKC-0-V- Mother prizes it dearly above all others If you I 17 Â¬ CENTS FURNISHING GOODS Shirts We have them all the latest styles A good shirt liESSf want to make mother On Christmas morning what will be a more agreeable sur- Â¬ bells to ring you up happy make her a pres- prise than to present Father or Brother with some new mornings Saws ent of some of the dainty for 50c How about a Hat or some neckwear a pair of sus- Â¬ Planes and Tools for father How about a ware we are displaying penders Come in let us show you what a nice gift you Sausage Grinder i can make at a small outlay - m iM sJ i o fetffr l - PICTURES I SPECTACLES ft v I LiMW- nioEOIJ9 J - I Jll JUJ LJ V x xXiLT0 - -- J No home is attrac- Â¬ tive as with pictures nothing half so pretty and appropriate as a gift Â¬ j i AQUA j DRY JsPODS CRYSTAL J See our line Maybe we can fit you out with a pair for grandma or grandpa They are cheap they are good A Yard of Pansys in a deep gilt frame with a largo mat A Ynnl of Volt ts in pietty inch moulding with mat A 250 175 175 75c for mother sister or baby Come in ask our lady clerks what they have suitable for a present They will find something suita- Â¬ ble for you A nice dress m Yard of Chrysanthemums framed in same as above 11x14 Delph Scene bue delph moulding Pastels in gilt fame now sctnery fiOf Hi in i II il wpf limiM High art pictures from tho French as Idlo Happiness Attlo Spring Ju igment of dhft KCl Paris a- - Now Our Work d other gomp fl0cl Is Done 1i JUr UllIIU1- I nTji niiffir I u Hi ill - U jpy fT yminiii - fMw53wTiHf MSr it fWiifSIBBI JM1 Lets Courier Journal pictures with mats - - OV QQ To Our Yards of Photographs 150 Dens Run A I Merry k WL ome direct to Our Store Is what Santa said to every one he met You will find WONDER all the pretty gifts you need in Wonderland LAND the talk of the town is still chock full of pretty gifts Rush or youll he left Soon that surge of gift seeks will ho on If you would avoid that rush come now Â¬ Christmas And a mslmjSmSm ran Happy New Year To You All oome to day X The Brownies gMMrMuwirjv I I senses Hmr aiiiijiijwWiytwwwiiHTMniwwwwyiiwiiMti m wiwfwywwww Breckcnrldgc County Farm Note Editor Breckknmdciic News Alter lf t llLj M A -- Vip W1 fllSf J C y IP IN the Rocky iM mountIns In Col orado 9000 foot nboTO boh lovel I struck n vein of good mineral nnd suryoyetl n clnlm I built mo n log cabin nnd thcro miles nxvny from r i rrv r I I 1 b r rC t was Otto Hoars toll road from SU- vorton to Ournya road that cost 40- 000 a mllo In clear weather I could bco tho stages whirl along this or llko n lino or lllcs a muio train pass on In slnglo file and sometimes llko small ants a heavy loaded burro train Them romlnds mo of n green feller I sco reading about a burro ns was knocked off a road by a landServes em right snld ho for slide taking that heavy furnltoor way up Ho wasnt much on spelling nnd thcro didnt know n burro was tho Colorado nomo for n donkey Tho burro is tho salvation of tho mountln minor for tho lit- Â¬ tle creatures can walk on tho picket odgo of nothing and novcrmlss n foot and carry n load that weighs moro than they da Far below tho toll road tho Uncapaghro brown nnd dark In tho shaddcrsnnd silver In tho sunlight meanders through tho valley How far doxvnf Waal ono placo on that road Is a cut torn from n solid mountln wall nnd n look down of 000 foot It Is n ticklish placo but wo gets used to them things after a tlnio For six months In winter I was snowed In In my lonely cnbln I could hear tho roar of tho ley gales through tho crashing timber nnd onco In awhllo another sound that you never forget ft fearful roar llko a monstrous wnvo breaking over Jagged rocks and carrying with it n grand big ship Theres a jar of tho nlrth a snap of trees n crunching nnd rumbling nnd a thunder of rolling rocks with n queer henso of moving not whero you may bo but far off Thats a snowslldo It bo gln3 on a mountln peak creeping slow a white mass gathering moro nt overy Inch getting tlghtor for a clinch then faster taking everything In Its path cutting a clean swath llko n scytho then whirling roaring swallowing up n cnbln with shrieking men or n bnr hid nnd sleeping for tho winter Thon you understand what 1 menn by moving for tho nlr is full of it nnd it lnsta till with n muffled thunderclap tho wholo mass drops down Into tho vnlloy miles away Then tho summer storms when tho lightning dont seem no further off than u Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ any human habiI lived tation nlono Far below mo llko a thread Â¬ rc film thorn books hou writ has been nioron a gospel to us miners In the mountIns nnd Ill say I como clear from one of tho newest states In tho now world to glvu him my lminblo thanks Whero was If Oh on tho toll rond I set thcro nnd smoked my pipe looking down tho gulch on tho Uncapaghro spar kling like a Bllcr cord fur below and lis Â¬ tening to tho Ind whlKrltig through tho pines nnd then I heard a sound Tho road is so sun dried and hard It echoes This was n sorter pattering nnd wont no shod cronture cither It cant bo mountln Hon I says to myself Ho wouldnt dare bo 1 felt for my gun horo revolver you know and then I sco this was n dorg a Gordon setter nnd a thoroughbred whlto nnd black with tho humancst eyes I ever sco In n animal I callqd him nnd after n survey ho como and seemed friendly enough II Mas footsore and lean and looked llko hod come a long way I picked n cactus thorn out of his paw and wnnt bo grntefulf I kept n watch round a turn of tho ground for his owner and pretty soon I sec four burros heavy loaded and wnlking behind them ft youngish feller Ho was tall and broad shouldered dressed llko tho most of us In rough clothes woolen shirt sombrero and long boots Ho wns bronzed soma had curly hair pleasant bluo eyes and n straggling mustache trying hard to cover a mouth pretty as a womans Good day ho says halting tho pack animals Thanks for helping tho dog xx at careless In me not to look xvhon ho It limped Howdy I says looking him over Stranger in theso parts Knglnnd ho answers sotting down on a rock and mopping his forehead Mlncrf Golnic to bo By tho way am I any Â¬ where near tho claim of a man named 1 Â¬ Day Days tunnel Its up that trail You must know hlmr You bo I says cautious near Blgo I 8ATS SUDDEN ILL DO IT DV 003111 stonos throw and glares and blinds and goes streaking ribbons of flro over tho pines while youro dazed and deafened by tho thunder Dont that thunder boom a playlng catch across tho crags tho last ono sending it back nnd all of it kinder condensed and held in canyons and each now roar nnd each past ono mingling to- Â¬ gether until thoros n very fury of sound llko nothing else on earth Agin ono day you sco a mountln peak n gray cloud kinder hovering low itsboft and full of crinkles nnd rolls llko cotton batting nil flung In n heap Bymoby theres n chill In tho nlr nnd tho gray cloud now tho sun dont shlno on It gets blnck as ink It guts closer anil lower nnd rill of a sudden turns into a sheet of dazzling sli Â¬ ver Now under it is n big river coming with ft rush and roar faster than an ova lancho and churning up rocks earth trees animals nnd mon in Its awful boiling cur- Â¬ rent Thats a cloudburt It swells tho wntcr in every stream in tho valley and tho river beyond where tho streams empty goes mad and rushes on over homo and farm carrying huvoa nnd lultery nil along its course Tho sllcnco up mountln Is awful Ivo gouo out nnd yelled jest for tha company of nn echo Thon worso than tho qulot is tho sound of something wnlking after night Sometimes theres a slinking four footed creature llko a monstrous yellow cat with tho sliest gait of tiny animal dovll Thats a mountain Hon Often theres a healer tread nnd n clumsy crea- Â¬ ture goes sniffling by n grizzly Ho cant bo tamed nor thu llttlo black imp of his Thon again theres family connection tho sound but when you look thcro aint nothing to mako it Thats tho worst of all Thats ghosts My mlno is n tunnel 100 feet into a mountln sldo nnd often toward night when Im working I hours tnp tap tap soft and low but clear as preaching I gits out then for thorns thoinlnospoorlts nnd I dont wantcr git cm ngln ma Its funny nlnt Itf But you Just llvo up mountln alono and 600 how you fool after 1 No the claim I hnvo purchased of General Raymond of Denver is a half mllo further up tho mountain than his Poker Snm I gasps and mebbo I swore 601HO for tho young feller looked sorter sprlsod Thats his old gng sonds em here montlons my namo and gits mo Stranger last month into his schemes thoro wns soven men Id novor set eyes on afore traveling up that trail on thu look- Â¬ out for Blgo Days claim They como different ways and times nnd swore in dlff rent langwldgcs but nil was directed by Gonernl Raymond where ho got tho general ho dont know hlcself and had all bought claims of him I answered cm civil nt first but my dander got up nnd I took tho last ono a slim follow from New Sco that speck up York and I says there that pint n half mllo up mountln woal thats It If you dont koor for ycr llfo and has good logs you might reach it ollva If youvo breath loft thon kin dlsklvcra tunnel six foot into tho mountln and rock all tho rock you want but there noverwas nor never will bo any streaks of pay dirt thoro and no way of glttlng It down if thcro was Somo of her secrets this old mountln wont glvo up and whore a human gift overbold in climbing up and trying to And out why sho Jest shots down on him at tho start Poker Sam played you for a sucker I and I guess you was looked him over easy to play Eo Possibly ho says carelessly drawed out a cigar and givo mo ono Ho coolly bis hat slder set bock then smoking him and tho llttlo rings of hair curling round his forehead I chowed my cigar awhllo to git tho taste Busted I asks In tho vernacular of tho country Just that ho laughs Rich folks mobbo Havent a soul to care whother I live or dlo Ho looked kinder far away then Â¬ Sumat Do youf yu I SET THERE AND BMOKED MY and I would bet agin heavy odds that thcro was a gal concerned in It I took a big shlno to tho feller and after awhllo I of Â¬ fered him n Job up tomy mlno to work on shares him to throw in tho grub stoko he had with him Ho was willing enough so from that day Ed thats namo enough for a story and me was pards Folks used to call no Groundhog Bigo and thoy nicknamed him Kngllsh Kd but I Got along usually called him pard You bet 1 was a Ignorant old creature nnd ho was collcgo lamed but that wasnt no dlff ronoe Ho was friendly to mo as to a chum of his own class mobbo more so for when I got rhoumatlcs he was off to Ouray and cold too to git llnncrmeat and played tho nurso oomploto Ho wad lots of company and so was tho dorg Doo Pan took Just as was the pups namo muoh Introst in Cuttlo and GUIs as me and got more books ono about tho gamest old follor Pickwick and tho eating and drinking in that volume would mako your mouth water Wo rend him whilo wo cat awhllo pork and biscuit and drunk coffco thout CO Txvloo n week a burro train camo no milk nor sugar We was doing well in miles from Ouray for my ore coming up the mlno but when you think of tho ways n trail I mado up to my mlno not threo vlttlcs has to bo brought on tho bocks of foot wldo and Just out out of tho rock nud them burros youalnt sotting up for on try b ground Them und tho man with em as Ed used to say Ho was a cheerful was mighty cheerful to sco after days of si follcr but given to fits of gloom novor No I no or hud o soul to said a word about his folks though lonco Letters wrlto to me but nowspapors a wook or a Bout Ohrlsmus time and wo want so month old It didnt matter Thoy was snowed in by thou but that you could gtt comfort and me sotting up In that cabin along on snowshocs wo was reading Pick forgot by all human creature couW wlok over again Ho read aloud iu did throukhtllom papers feci tho boating heart rant voices making it jest as real as live of tho great world soys sudden folks talklng Ill Ijist September I eot tho blues so bad dolt aby gosh I when I that I quit work ono day and went down Jumped and the He klndor What to tho toll road timing my trip so as to pup rl up and licked my hand sco tho stngo pass and to git from sorao says I Ill hoof it to Ouray Why A feller tiosscugor somothlng to road and lay In a chicken a turkey if I can git lvu tun ft hnnk culled Dambor and Son pertators and a squash and cranberries old seufurlng fellers It ono day Oosh them tho truck to make a plum pudding gamest crowd I over oa Outtlos and celebrate was tho I cant hear of them Dick Â¬ know tho book by heart and Ill my cholca I eating no more and try to fill and Walter and that shop and ens fellers on Ploronco salt horse and slops Ill git Boll Ollls is jest as nntornl as If I hod myself up food if it taken a lg or cost knowed cm Why I sot and read that ono good over so muoh seomed like I could Jost soe lite It will be tho latter ho says sober en come Into Ufa and be real folks In tho You couldnt mako a walking firelight Llko to know Dickens tho felloe enough of yourwJf over three feet of wow markot wrote em Dead is hor Waal Wftftl tht mw know what comfort he was on thq odgo of a precipice baU Im lleht and wunr n Hxwhoe to me When I git tha okarnoe Im going CooHuued o page to Wrwmihf audM wbwti be U ftUnt r JTK leaving tho river bottom anil going hack In tho heart ol our county th to la per hapa no section better adapted to agri Â¬ culture than what la known ns the Webster valley Tills valley extending any from the Meade county line to Sinking creek and containing thousands ol acres ot land matic cures they do so at tho ex Â¬ nAlurnlly very much better than tint ALL pense of their health for tho din X nverajn lamia of our county and indeed DRUGGISTS I 25 50 easo is gelling a llrmer hold on I Hin inclined to think only n llttln be Â¬ thoul all lie while It is foolish hind our much praised Bluo Grass tooXpoct liniments or lotions to region ot Kentucky tlip do any good for the disease is in It ia not tlidiuull toconvmoo An intelligent thrifty and hospitable the hlood and of course can not people live in this valley and some of pciiplu of Kentucky of tho mirili he reached hy local applications whon uvidonco is jho if u rotnetly them farm qulto extensively Swifts Speoillo ti H 6 has tontid of w hut it lias luno right Tho writer only baa an opportunity linn nt hoint of otiriJ mucin mud somo romaikalile cures of every few yeara of making a trip through It U Kliuuiiiutitfin It is tho best hlood inionjr tlm pcopli wo know this valley anil tho obj ct of this letter co to vnnfy I lie HtiitomiMito ciiy 3 is to admonish them agiiinst such exten Â¬ iiimlo ho low llmt tliiio is no iiiiil KOCKPOUT IND sive grain growing which I can plainly for tho Hlitflitost clottht to remain SfO has within the last ten yeara per- Â¬ llici cviclonei - coiulimivo unci m Always Ahead For Fine Saw Repiirng Korrj T x ceptibly Impoverished every farm along r Mr E K S Clink liliiiiililc tlm road Not One Complaint in onboml is a prmiii tuiiit youm at Â¬ I do not sen the larg t meadows and torney residing at Ml Slcrlin MCj Pnst Year of Our Work -groups of hay BlaclcB I ustd to eeo but tlo is also well known as a nows Jt zit- The many letters of hitch praie of our I behold instead i to 7 Iarg4 threshing work is evidence that xvtt am ahad of Mir man of much ability and I tml X i Tf S --- 5 r re yards or fit raw stacks spread out on the has many friends throughout the others Hammering large circular saws Ti gmund by tlieso abominable cyclone tftato Thu following lot tor from B8 is our specialty and saws that others stackers which tho laws of our country him will provu of groat interiHl have failed on If you want satisfaction ought to pioMblt belnir metl for any on work and prices we guarantee It Two years ago I was a crcnt HlilTorer other purpose than the distribution of from Khciiiiiiitisin I hml tried every Address patent medicine advertisements remedy 1 could hear of excepts S S t I mil been to Hot Springs Ark where In the production of theso large wheat I remained for lwele weeks under Rockport Ind crops the land is taxed to the ntmoat treatment but I experienced no per Â¬ Wheat often follows wheat and then the manent relief nnd returned home be Â¬ clover rotation is apparently lost sight of lieving that I would be n HiilTerer as or regarded as one of tho economics and long ns I lived At ii time when my WITH paint were almost unbearable 1 chime dispensed with d to rend your advertisement and was Nitrrgtn tlia most costly element of Impressed with it so much that f deci Â¬ CO plant food Heavens generous and free ded to try S S S I took t lex en bottles ed of INCORPORATED and nnd xvhs entirely rellex When nil pnln and gift coming to us in the rain dew I begun to cured permanently 313310 Chapel Street llct Main and Market and 21 0 220 Tenth Street air we breathe supplied free by Provi- Â¬ take S S S 1 xvns tmnblu to nit or stand remedy known and promptly goes LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY is the one element too with any ease and could not sleep dence because it Since talcing too Inst doe I hnvo hud down to tho very causo of tho trou Â¬ costly to buy no return of tho Ulieiiinutism tend 1 ble and forces it from tho system to What a wise creator the farmers God tnko great pleasure in recommending Atrial will provo that it is tho Independent Warehouse bccatifie ho eajB if you will provide the S S S to any one who 1ms the misfor Â¬ four Months Storngc Tree proper remedy for oxon tho most potash and phosphoric acid at from to tune to HiilTur with Khotnnutism Mark your hogsheads KUCKNU TOBACCO WARIIOUSE obstinate case S S S is purely Oceiits per pound I will supply the Tlieio ii ro thousands of nulTerors veyrttible and is tho only blood nitrogen that costs 20 emits per pound from Rhnumatism in Kentucky to Â¬ romody guaranteed to contain no Crop after crop is taken fiom this land day who liko Mr Clinkpnhmird meicury potasli or other mineral until natures supply of nitrogen has at hnvo vninly Bought roiief and as ingredient E E Â¬ last become inadequate and I fear comHooks sent free by Swift Specific long as thoy coiitmuu to oxpon mercial fertilizers ia where the farmers mont with various Bo ealled rheu Company Atlanta Georgia hope will test too long OP HANDLINO METHOD YOUR XVATIFCJL Kncxv His Huslncss Bigger Questions Coming SS FEED From Che Waitlist in Iot The heartburnings and the reer irnl Maybe not But it Boon w ill be If you insist upon de- - -- Another wholesale waste entirely too nations caused by the late election in A bngit little hoy one of the pages IS Btroylrg them No mans teeth vx ill withstand without of good farms is common in this section New York will BOjn bo forgotten in the of the Sennit tat at one of the Senate treatment the rax ages of time and mastication You know seen in the manner that shock fodder is common interest in great national ques entrances the other day when a lady ap this but have forgotten it We do Dental work of all kinds handled and fed After huskiug it is tions which the opening of Coi grets xvill proached him with a visiting card in her Wo xx ill he nt Irvlcgtou on Wednesday andThursday after ur agdn shocked or better half shocked create The thoughts of tho public will hand tho fourth Monday of each month for many shocks are already twisted or be transferred from New York to Wash- Â¬ Will you hand this to Senator Ulauk HARDIN WILDER Brandenburg Ky lying on the ground and will Boon be ington The local questions were settled she said worthlefs I do not at all intimatn that by the late election The notional for all replied the boy I cannot this wasteful method of handling feed questions aro Btill open and will be under card j must ba IU IU HI IU taken to the Eattt lobby is universal no far from it for some debate thioughout the coming winter Tho woman was iuclinud to be angry have tied the fodder up nice out doors Tho Cuban question is always of ab and wvnt uway muttering Then a while others have their barnes stored Borblrg interest and never before was thought struck her and taking out her RATES T Thmotcentrtllu locaUd yj full and others I am gad to say have it bo provocative of thought and emotion pocketbook she found u 23 cent pitco fl Hotel In ttucltg rW SVZVPtROKf aKS cut the dry fodder and stored it which is as it will be during the pending s siion With it her hand she went back to iu doubtless best of all But I do say that of Congress Doubtles the Hawaiian the boy this wasteful way we have of doing Islands will bd Here my lad she said iu a coaxing nnnxd to tho United things is enough to keep a farmer always States before ths session closes uro til Â¬ tone here Is a qtirt r to take my card poor and it is high time no were trying ing and stimulating patriotic pridti Hid iu to correct it Madam fcald the boy without a mo discussions provoked by tho currency KEBP MORE CATTLE AND SlIhM question will command the earneBt at- Â¬ monts hesitation I am paid a larger Now while this Bectlon is doing vastly salary than that to keep cards out tention of tho whole public too much in the production of grain It fl r Thu minor local disputations which -- - rtFi w IVVyli Z ia going evuu farther to tho other ex Â¬ havevtxed this town since lost spring The Credit Money of the Country treme in keeping cattle and sheep From The Kinsa City Jourmt will be Bet aside by matters of large True some few are moderately well national The cost nnd Inconveniences of trans Â¬ UOHcHiHnMaiWMMMn coticru and with the causis of stocked but none I dare Bay have their parochial discord xvill pass away tho porting money from one part of the counfarms Btocked to any thing near what try to another was aptly illustrated at n Bentineiits which they gave rise their stock carrying capacity could pro This is a fortunate outlook for the Topeka the other day when it btcame Qtably be people hereabouts need the broadening necessary for the Kock Island Railroad If more attention was given to gross influence of wider issues on tluir minds to send 237001 to Chicago If tho mon Â¬ and clover and then the straw and stalk Whether national issues could or could ey had been sent In greenbacks of gold fodder utilized as it could bo if more not properly bo iutroductd into our the express charges would have ben stock was kept silos would immediately 321 50 j if in silver 577 75 hut the municipal campaign was under dispute follow and then the long winters and during its progress but that their dis- railroad people rej ctod ull three and the summer drouth would be outdone cussion belongs to Congress is indisputa Â¬ made the transfer xvith a bank draft at a Men who keep 20 head of cattle would ble and from Cor grets they will extend cost of only 2 c jnts The credit money soon keep CO to 10l Countless loads ol reasonably and nectmarily to the wholo is the real money of the country and manure rich in all tiie elements of plant laws to strengthen it are wisr than laws people food would be spread j early upon this in relation to the coluago of any metal Something To Know land thirgi would soon take on an air If you are unable to rest at night one J of thrift Your children would rise up It may bo worth something to know dose of Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey will and call you blessed and when I pass that the very beBt modicino for restoring through our Bection again in 10071 tho tired out nervous fcystem to it heal Â¬ give you natural and refreshing sleep cold quickwould need a guide to point you out thy vigor is Electric Hitters This medi Â¬ It stops a cough aud cures a Sometimes that xvo have a complete ns ortment gf My npoogy for this letter is that it Is cine is purely veg table sets by giving er than any known remedy It heals J of SHOES RUBBERS and OVERSHOES for written in the spirit that drains to Bee tone to the nerve centres in thu stomach tho throat chest aud lungs cures la does not stupefy urippfa permanently men wonvn and children and oven babies 10 all strive to do better gently stimulates the Liver aud Kidneys Ryipectlully submitted Wo will sell a good solid school shoo ono that throwing oil im- is harmless Children love it and old J and aids these organs in A yUNTYMAN purities iu the blood Electric Bitters people like it Tako no substitute the boys wont kick through in a hurry as low d7 A good thing to wear with other improve the appetite aids digestion aud There is nothing just t s good as 1 25 This shoo fits well and looks well also apparel is a clean conscience and a is pronounced by those xvho lmvu tried Curious Spells of Southern Negroes btnlling countenance There are how- Â¬ it as tho very bent blood purifier and From the Ihilactelphla Tlmci ever bo me who would feel ory much nerve tonic Try it Sold for 60c or There are tumorous harmless spells out of placH with theso adornments Hayncs Drug which are regularly observances in the 100 per bottle at Short store lives of the averugj Southern negroes READY Maiden Rides a Wheel Plays Besides tho root chewlni tho track lift- Â¬ Indian E ing Ac have a loxo pliiltor of fmgi1 leg Every expectant mother has the Piano and Sells Trinkets c loked iu still water and the ashes of a a trying ordeal to faco If sho docs not From tho I ei on Me Journal bat are powerful enough to ksep away a rc-c-cfjcc-c Lucy Nicolar daughter of the lato Jo rival or an enemy To make a dng stay Beph Nicolar of tho Penobtcit tribe Is at homo they rut off tho tip of his tail an accomplished bicycle rider She is and bury it under the doorstep To juat corahg into her teens and is a young make a wife obedient they draw her miss of maiked beauty and wherever pictur and hide it in the shingles she goes xvith her baskets or Indian ex Â¬ Thu waking or soenir g there is a conhibits many a young American who stant forcing or counteracting of destiny looks upon the Iudiau maideu feels that DR MENDENHALLS the la id of the lVnobscots must bo thu Jmt now laud of handsome women IMPROVED Lucy is receiving prixato instructions FBYBR that tho may enter tho Oldtown High CHILL Her Instructor tells m i that she School get ready for it is bright Iu her sudli sand that mathe there is no telling matics is her forio Lucy Is perhaps the YOU WILL FIND what may happen most proficient piano player oa the is Â¬ Child birth is full land beiug the owner of nu iublrumeut of uncertainties if She sho elngs pleasantly Hut tho skill Nature h not given proper assistance of thu tribe Is not forgotteu by this young member for she can mike baskrt Ac as well as some of the older oms The is one ot tltn lineal look k the boat help you can use at this time mother of Lucy tho trlb a worn in r ap-Â¬ lug members of It ia a liniment and when regularly know her plied several mouths before baby comes sheeted by ull who pain it makes tho advent easy and nearly A Real Catarrh Cure lew It relieves and prevents morning The 10 cent trial fle of Elys Cream overstrained mus relaxes tho sickness -sclesreUovca the distended feeling short Balm which can be lud of the druggist Is ens labor makes recovery rapid and cer safilcient to demonstrate its great merit TO CURB GUARANTEED tain witliout any dangerous after effects Bond 10 cenl8wo will mull it Full b z CHILLS AND FEVER Mathers Trh4 is good for only ono 60 cants And Malaria In all Fomn Tutelcu Noaa genuine without tha nboia picture uul tba ELY UltOSoO Warren St N Y City purpose viz to relieve motherhood of Ipiaturo o J O JdendnulnU Catarrh caused dilllcnlty in spc aklr g danger and pain D Price CO cents at all Dealers U drug store or and to a great extent loss of hearing Uy One dollar Pr bottle at PREPAREO ONLY BY on receipt ot price sent by mvt dropping O MKNl13ISriIArJL fast Books contnlnfafc valuable Inform the use of Elys On am Uam Moa for www will ba Mat to ay 4dr4 of mucus hw ceased voice aud hearing KY IND EVANSVILLC pa apyHeMkm to have greatly improved J W Dyidon TH MIAMHBU RNOULATOR 0 Soldby SHORT HATNSS Mail Orirs Givm Prompt AUy at Law McmnhmUj Jll A Kesitucklans ANDY CATHARTIC Rheymatesm rakcoeta CUREC0H5TIPATI0H 4 Prominent Attorney Gives Praise for Relief lot ROCKPORT SAW WORKS 9m 5 -M o 5v Rockport Saw Works A Dutschkc Son BUCKNEEt TOBACCO WAREHOUSE i Special Attention Given Private Sales Not The Only Tooth In Your Mouth E5 Â¬ g V 7M III IU iU 5 ill Ul Hi ii UlUUUcft i -- Sw jt ay H W JouisilleKy IOJ Â¬ We Want to rs Â¬ 5 Remind You c Perhaps You Forget Â¬ Â¬ t NEW DRESS GOODS W j GETTING BROWN Irvington Ky Â¬ spun Al CM Complete In Every Detail Stationery Soaps Blank Books Memorandum Books Â¬ Mothers Friend Hi Receipt Books Note Books Ledgers Tooth Brushes Combs Hair Brushes Sponges Ink ssNOTIONS TO LETsszs Periodicals and Magazines School Supplies JNO BABBAGE CLOVERPORT J Atiulin Rwn Breckenridce News hi D HHaiiiHiaiHiiiKfliBiBJiiiBiiHHBaiBHiiHalaiilHauaBHlHIIIIBIHIWlIB ii IfEgggggiggSg I L- - mi i i HARDINSBURG L M 4 V 0 BtVlage Editors and ProprltVn 18 17 W TIME TABU M7 1 WKDSE9DAY DECEMBER 22 lMntr EIGHT PAGES 11 A Siikmmvn has 1ciiti appointed postmaster a blephensport gnioa ittr Daily arr lUrtlDitmrR gota wmt arr MardlnJburti Bad lor aa K - - - I FrA ianir Iallj Jl Bronchitis but oxtromely good for tho sufferer from that harassing disease la Dr No medi AVers Cherry Pectoral cino can comparo with this great remedy in tho prompt nnd perma- Â¬ nent aid it gives in all bronchial affections It Btops tho cough soothes tho irritated throat and in- Â¬ duces refreshing sleep I had a bronchial trouble of such a perÂ¬ sistent and stubborn character that the doc Â¬ tor pronounced it Incurable with ordinary remedies but recommonded mo to try AVers One bottle cured me Cherry Pectoral J WOODSON P M Forest HilLWVa A short ttmo ago I was taken with a severe attack of bronchitis and neither phy Â¬ sicians nor ordinary remedies gave roe relief In despair of finding anything to cure me I bought a bottle of Ayera Cherry Pectoral Less than ono bottle entirely cured me GEO B HUNTER Altoona Pa THE NAME THAT CUTS ICE VEST Cot I D Nau has annouced that lie will be a candidate lor Commssloner of Agriculture before the n xt Dtnccratlc titatt convention Tiumcili rtspect to tlediatli of Mm venerable mother which occur rid last President McKlnley has annou c tocial functions will be omit Â¬ ted at the Wlilto House for thirty dajs week id that all An old maids convention I to be held at Danville Ky the 20th We reckon this county could send a representative or two but dont gaessBhell do It Our old maids dout seem to want nothen no how As we go to press we are almott In the midst of the Christmas festivities Every Â¬ thing around us I in a buttle and tin re seems to be a geieral eagerness for the advent of old Santa Clam that he will come and visit the rkh and the poor and thj humble and the lowly and dstrl bute gifts in abundance to eacli and to all in this pood year 1b the wish of the News and of all of us Marshal MoKHisaud his Urtckturldgt Asphalt Company appear to bo having rather hard luck In Louisville Just a abort time ago he beat all competitors on bids for woik in that city and put djwn the pavements accordingly LateÂ¬ ly unknown parths poured coal oil over them with n view ofdestrojing them Mr Morris promptly oir red a reward of 500 for the am b of the persons who committed the outrage Who is it that does not feel joyful over Surely it the approach of Christmas la a time for both old and yr uug to lay aside the cnrea and perplt xties of life and give himself over to the ei joyment We should not of a merry Christmrs be bowed down with the cares and bur- Â¬ dens of the day when there is so much around us to make the recurrenco of this holiday time merry ine ciuiureu es pecially are happy and it is for them whom Santa Claus has so much in store Let us therefore make all the surround Â¬ ings pL asant for it is to childhood that Cbristnns hhould be made to bring momenta of untold pleasure and happi Â¬ Ky ness 8100 Reward 8100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there Is at least one dread- Â¬ ed disease that science has been able to cure in all iU stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the 8 stem thereby destroy Â¬ ing the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and agisting nature in doing ita work The proprietors have so much faith in ita curative powers that they oiler One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to euro Send for lists of testimonials Address FJ CHENEYCo Toledo O 8Sold by Druggists 75c ROCK VALE All are pieparing for a merry Christ Â¬ mas Mrs Alexander white is very sick this week Robert ClmmbliBs - on the sick list this week Alfred Hebton of Hardinsburg was here on business last week Mrs Georgia Matthews is fullering much with acute rheumatism Miss Ella demons had a bad hurt from a fall Dec 17 one limb dislocated Win Simmons will move to our neigh borhocd soon We give him a cordial welcome We are glnd to fay that Mrs Joe Matthews who has been 111 so long is improving Miss Pricllla Hail who is suirorlng with consumption is supposed to be some better Marion Matthews returned from Har dinsburg this week where he baa been visiting his daughter Mrs Lake Henry Butler one of our near neigh Â¬ bors has movedlto Kuth We are sorry to give him up and wish him success A meeting has Just closed with several conversions and additions to the church Revs Miller and Dugan were preachers Married at the residence of the brides father Mr Bud Huff to Misa Kella Happy ha thou future is our Moxley wish Honiebold Oodi ancient Greeks believed that the The Penates were the goJs who attended to the welfare and prosperity of the family They wero worshipped as household gods in every home The household god of to day is Dr Klnga New Discovery For consumption coughs colds and for all affections of throat chest and lungs it is invaluable It has been tried for a quarter of a century and la guaranted to cure or money returned No household should be without this good angel It ia pleasant to take and a eafe and sure rem Â¬ edy for old and young Short Haynea drug store Girls will continue to be Jlirta just as long aa men are foolish Prosperity cornea quickest to the man whoae liver ia in good condition De WWs Uttle Eirly lUsers are famoua - MUousnees lliALa bIIU for conatni lajifgitlnn and tti eium ii and liver i hris mis will fall on SiKiday in I8f3 IIfsvell for any thing lu t o toy line chtnp Tim year 188 will begin and end en Saturday Chris Alii s fixing for a big fox hunt this wei k Lap roliiM horde blankets up tu date Hi HSl lltf IlravellV for your X nni cuidii fruits uml iiuta If ou want fresh fancy camlicp call on J II Hook The schools will all clou for the holl days next Friday It S Skillman will go to Louisville and Frankfort this wiek Dout fail tn rail in Hiswell mid seo ms uic i rn ei a u ai gooua L J ill ii llraicher died of pneumonia near Jolljs Station lust Tnurtday ltarni8 A Kituhelte lava n tee phono box In their law ofllce For atij thing in the confetti nery or gn cry line cid on J II ll iok Sherman IUP the cncult clerk elicl wan inducted into tflicu last wet k I will tiRvuou huuds a ilao lot of as sortid cukes for the hoidis All goods fresh and fi s class J 11 Hook If you want bargilns in groceries and coufectiouttlcs call on J 11 Hook If you wnut a nice basket of fruits and nuts call on Haswell for he knows how to fill one rUJou Jolly cuno down Monday to lake apiece us dej iry Circuit Cleik under Sherman Bit Thuro will he a revival at the M E church South beglunli g nbout the mid dle of January CI Pate has opened a beef market lu the houHe formerly occupied by Char- Â¬ ley Matlingly There will be printed programs for the entertainment Friday ngit gotten up by the Nkwj The telephone line from McDaniels to this point was completed last week and is now in working order Now dont be selfi h Go nud help the old lady get some Christmas presents ready for the children Ituv S K Breeding and family will spend the Christum holidays with their relativ B in Jefferson county Dudly Miller who died at his home near Jollys Station last week carried a life insurance policy for 1000 If jou are a christian man or woman dont refuse some little gift to those in need of it during the coming week Go out to the entertainment at the city hall Friday night under the direc- Â¬ tion of Mia Withers and you will be well paid ltev Di g li s of Harned has sold his propel ty ui Unit point to Mr Atch Wtatherford and thinks he will return to Grayson county Mr Avitt is arranging for a Christmas tree at the school house on next Saturday night He is netting it up for the bent fit of his pupils D S Tuttle and Misj Jusie Godsy from the Falls of Itjugh were married at the Commeicial hotel in this place last Thursday by Judge Wm Ahl Mr James Tucker who moved here from Harned has had a good deal of sick ness In his family His wifo aud two of his children are at present down with typhoid fdter I here is to bo n revival out at Antioch church hi ginning the first Sunday in January N G Cundiil is the regular pastor and will preach there regularly every fourth Sunday Mr Washer of Cauuelton Ind was here last Saturday to put lu bids on build ing bridges for the county one at Glen deane one near Rosetta and one across Tar Fork near Pisgah church They were walking down the street the other day and she said to him softly darling I love you just as I alwawa did cant you let me havo jiut ten dollars to blow in Christruat The old man faulted on the ppot The largest stock of holiday goods in Everything this place just received that is new and desirable for Christmas can be found with us All goods marked to the lowest figure Come am see us A A Richardson Gaifleld Mr and Mrs Sam T May desire through the News to thank their friends and relatives for the kinduess shown them duTirg the bickuees and death of their daughter Eva Tuey have another daughter Lula Florence w ho is now ill with typhoid fever The Young Ladles Home Missionary Society directed by Mn Withers will give an entertainment at the City Hall An exceptionally on Christmas eve fine program will be rendered consisting Santa of a cantata for the little folks A very beautiful mis Â¬ Claus on tjme sionary exeicise The Conquering Crobb by the young ladlts of the society in- Â¬ terspersed with excellent music both The proceeds vocal and instrumental of the entertainment are to be used for the benefit of the parsonage The Commissioners appointed by tl Â¬ Â¬ VEST Pre eminent as tho s asonof reunions and rejoicing is synonymous with tho praciico of exchanging gifts Tho little tho big the old and tho young must all be remembored and it is our plensuro to announco that a lino of S A3STTA CLA TTS Christmas this vast stock you must see tho lino a CHRISTMAS GOODS AND TOYS Has been secured such as will be nccepJablc and pleasing to tho recipient and doner alike A myriad of useful orna- Â¬ TOYS to appreciate mental arjd substantial presents will bo found in our sock at prices that can not he duplicated Dolls all tho now things from 5o to 160 Dolls Dolls oh tho Dolls Aprs Cerrg Pectoral at now put up in half sizo bottles half price 50 cents County Court G W IVaril William Ahl and K N Miller to r celve bids for building a bridge at Tar Fork and at Glenduitue met at the Court house last Monday ngit and opened the bids There was some ten or twelve bids and as many reprtB utatlves from as many different companies all oyer tho country The noon train brought in ten brhgn men and they were nil cutting for the contract Tho committee looked over all the bida cirefully and fit ally awarded the Tar Fork bridg which is to be of iron to the Champion Uridge Company of Wilmington Ohio at 10000 Tne bridge has a span of forty flva leot The contract for the bridge at Glcndoane was awarded to the Indiana Bridgo Company which was represented by Mr Washer of Cannelton Ind for 287 60 This Ib to be n wooden bridge and has a span of sixty feet The bids on tho briigi near Ilosrttawcie not considered and that contract was deferred to mother time Some of the bridgo men ppoko to the News reprsentative here about the advertisement for these bids in the News It carried tho notice of the contracts all oyer the country and brought more competitors for this work than has been here in many years lu this way the cominicsoners got the benefit of a num- Â¬ ber of bids from rrsponsiole companies and taking everything into consideration they have certainly secured good con Â¬ tracts and the resut of their work will ultimately save money to the people of the county Â¬ PRACTICE ECONOMY buy at VESTS Shoes and Rubbers DRESS GOODS Just received by express several cases of new dress goods Silks and Velvets bought for spot cash by our New York agents at tho annual clearanco sales for about half tho early jol bing price Wo have marked them for quick selling See It has been our good fortune to secure for tho Holiday Trade aline of Shoes and Rubbers that will bear inspec- Â¬ tion This will bo a good end serviceable Xmas gift Ladies Gents Childrens UNDERWARE QUEENSWARE Every Article in Our Store Is A Christmas Gift A Vetss GROCERY Do the Right Thing of Chicago ly All Regular Palace You are ixiiae Ellen Munford aud Mr Roy Cain Bang a lovely simple anangiment of Invited To come and examine my McQUADY Sheriff elect Burton was lure Satur Â¬ day Mis H I Bland ia eufferiig with neuralgia is visiting Mrs Chas Pate Guston Mrs J B Pate J T F Owen returned fiom Louis- Â¬ ville Saturday O L Meylin has a bouncing girl baby at his house hkjhe infant child of Join Walker is June ill mm BuikuuB ut fjucuuiuum B II Bates and grandson Owen Bates are visiting relativis in Lexing ton Air aud Mrs Alf Hawkine Mattingly were visiting the family of J W Pate last week Miss Sallie Brown returnid Saturday from a weeks visit with relatives in Hardinsburg Contracts have been let for the build lug of our new mill bousa and the work will begin Jan 1st Mies June McQuady and Caa Mason have returned from a pleasure trip to Hawesville and Cannelton On Thursday Dc 10 Mr Alvin Miller aud Miss Lide Lyons were quiotly married at the home of the bride near this place May all the joys of this life be theirs A new telephohe lino is being con- Â¬ Hardinsburg and structed betweeu Fordsville paiing through our town which will be a convenience to this community Aud a usual we have an elopement to chronicle On last Wedneslay T J Bowman aud Mis Minnie Patereon ac companied by M ss June MiOudy and Cos Mason went to Cauuelton and were married returning Thursday to their future homo near Kirk rDiedof pueumonla Thursday Dec 10 1807 John Bratcher age 60 yeais He leaves a wife and several children one of them an infant and to these we extend our heartfelt sympathy in their lawful bereavement On Tuesday Dec 14 the death angel yisited our midst aud snatched from the loving arma of a wfe and children the husband and father Dudley Miller aged 49 years For a week he had Buffered with pneumonia and in spite of all that ekilful physicians and loving friends he grew steadily could accomplish weaker and at 3 oclock p m on the day ii mentioued passed quietly from this SOrf May Ca iscr dly lull llw alckiuun ln tho world It woild to the one beyond the grave God in his infinite raircy pour the heal- Â¬ return Ure iitejuxl food too long In the bowels and ivrotluces tiuoujntsi torpid liver InJl- - ing balm of Ilia tender lord iuto the bleeding hearts of this family bo sadly bereft Â¬ beautifully selected stock You shall not be aaked to buy that being left entirely to your own pleasure Come look at everythirg ask all questions you wish it shall be our only duty to make you pleased old or young white or black Our long experience in jewelry is a guarantee that we know lomething of the buiiness not as the dry goods man or groceryman rely on the drummers word whose on- Â¬ ly interest is to sell We are prepared to do all or any nqiiring at once no delay Repairs done neatly and se- Â¬ tools new New cure goods and competent skill- Â¬ ed workmen in charge Come one come all and make yourself at home T C Lewis HARDINSBURG KY IRVINGTON Everybody cordially invite d to come to prayer meeting on Wednesday nights Mrs Gardner and little Lsmar have gone to her former home for the holidays Missis Matlie Halt and Ada B Hen Â¬ derson Webster attended church here Sunday Mr and Mis Coleman will probably spend the holidays with their children in Hardin Mr IIawp we are glad to hear is im- Â¬ proving and we hops will soon be well enough to be iu his accustomed place behind the counter MIm Lily McGIothlan and brothers went to Hardiubhurg Monday Tuey found mud galore but stood the trip bravely But Jolly was along Uoy Wimp and Morris Jolly are ex- Â¬ pected home from the L T School Oeechmont this week to remain during the holidays Welcome boys we mlas Â¬ is building ai mnex to his billiard parlors for the use of ladies My God to Thee at tho Meth Â¬ Nearer only There are certain arqulrments odist church Sunday It was yery sweet that accompany the game of billiards well sung and appreciated by the many such as smoking chewing giing in your Mr and Mrs Burt Cuunlugbam were shirt sleeves drinking etc habits that visitirg Mrs Gardner but have returned ladies will be backward in acquiring home Little Lamar had a very severe So as these habits seem to be the main spell of sickness but with excellent feature of the game the game will cer- Â¬ nursing and competent physicians he is tainly be a failure with the ladles we hope safe Lamar is a bright little Mrs Stark Pleasant Ridge O says boy and a pet among us After two doctors gaye up my boy to Misa Ada Uinta visited Mrs Pigot Bayed him fiom croup by using near Bewleyvllle Saturday returning die I One Minute Cough Curo It is the Sunday While there she accompanied Mrs Figgot to Mrs Dr Franks where quickest and most certain remedy for coughs colds and all throat and lung Mrs Heron was entertaining the Read Â¬ ing Circle which she Mrs Heron did troubles Short t Haynes in her own characteristic charming and TRIANGE hospitable style Misa Allie Hughep Norfolk Va was Mr Editor you may want to know frightfully burned on the face and neck just where the Triangle is The three Pain was instantly relieved by DeWitts towns Custer Rosetta and Gaifleld form Witch Hazel Salve which healed the a triangle and your correspondent lives injury without leaving a scar It is the near its center As a rule we are a merry famous pile remedy Short A Haynes people but just now there ia a great deal of sickness and we are grieved to an- Â¬ nounce the deaths of Mrs Lutber Marr GUSTON and IUHh daughter Edith December 0 Little EJith closed her brown eyes gent DID YOU KNOW That there are no flies on Geoiga ly and passed from earth to Heaven without a moan Friday Dec 10 Mrs Ned Marr suffered intensely but the That Sig Loob is the jolllest man in hand of disease loosened the silyer town chord and she passed into the dark That Tom CundifT Is the wittiest man valley triumphantly But all of our in town loved ones do not rest in the shroud That Fred Bush is the only actual poet and coflln They still live in the hearts of those they leave behind To the in town That Cal Pickerel is the slickest politi- Â¬ heart broken husband and three little girls we extend our heart felt sympathy cian in town Far too wtll the Saviour love thee That Dr Baxter is the most even tem Â¬ To allow thy life to be One lone calm unbr Aen rammer pered man in town One unmfll d itfnneli aea That George Smith is the greatest He would have the fondly nettle ladies man in town Cloter to hia loving breait He would have that home item brghter MrsSigLoeb accompanied b her lit- Â¬ Where alone la petftel re it tle son Amlel visited the city Isst Thtrcfore whrn the way Icmi dailtcst week For Kidney Troubles there is nothing better than Foleys Kid Â¬ ney Cure every one who triis it will agree to this A RFisher Cloverport R A Shellraan Stephensport Gordon Haynes Pateaville E A Witt Har Â¬ dinsburg WE BOAST OF THE mii WE values We Ofer v- Never More Worthy Tfian Now Sw - GIVE THAT HAVE NO PRECEDENT Listen to the Facts all you Economically Inclined People because we sell the s 11 the greatest quantity and it is because we buy in large quan- Â¬ tities that we can undersell all other stores Its grcaest value that we Just Glance Over Onr Magnificent Stock And See if we do Not Save You Money on Â¬ Every Item Why ia it that we are the leading exponent in high class merchandise Because our assortments are bigger and fresher Because our prices are lower Because we protect our patrons by the guaranty The Best Â¬ Â¬ Madam Rumor says we are to have all kinds of wedding bells ringing Christmas probably two at a time Brandon Cardeu and family of near Irvington visited his brother Araal Carden near this place last Saturday Our depot agent found two very young black Irish Setter bird pups in a box car that had just arrived from Louisville and he has them in the office raising them They ate beauties too The R v Donald M Grant who is attending the Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary Is spending a few weeks vacation in the country on ac count of ill health and is the guest R J Patteson George II Anderson has started hia new dwelling just a short way out from town and there will be another new and taaty cottage erected In our town in the near future Jack Ilarl of Fordsville Ohio county Is visiting his daughter Mrs Ansel Carden Our physician ws just Breaking tie other day of the sanitary condition of Guston and vicinity and attributed the improvement to a great degree to the diep fresh water wells that have been bored ia the lait few years Let the good work go on everywhere and quit drink Â¬ ing puddle and unclean cistern water and we will have lew typhoid fever and kindred diara I Botlee wUera a billiard eatbiaaUat And thine eyea with teara are dim Straight to Gad thy Father hatten Tell thy aorrowi all to Him Miss Matilda Ash craft of Meade coun- Â¬ ty has returned home after a short visit to her cousin Miss Iva Carlton Geo Dowell of Big Spring spent Sat Â¬ urday night with the Penick boys and attended divine service at Custer Sun Â¬ day D A Penick of Irvington visited hia parents last Sunday He says All things are lovely and the gwee hangi high We hear the weddlrg bells at Harntd liming We wish our friends a pros p irous life and may their paths bo patha of neace i F N DHUY Dealer in M Ik Watches Clocks Specta- Â¬ cles Sewing Machines and Musical Mer chandise you rstipation Short tt nayne coreconiUiutlon -- i all lu result cully and thoroughly ssc AlldruKtiU rrcpared try I Hood Co Lowell Mats Tna only Iius to take with Uooda ttampuiU ceil ii o l taie cuaUtl tui j i k tieatUche In ioumi1 etc Hoods Illlt H odds a Tried and True Pills Thousands have tried Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepaiu for constipation IndiOi tiun and sick headache aud have found It true to the claim made for it vis that it is the beet remedy now before the rood people far the relief of stomach trouble Trial bu 10a large sisdioOc work tMlt and 91 00 of una u Mama Cain and Overton Blanford gallant beaux two of Bowleyvilles were clrculatirg among friends Sunday aud guest of our genial little V M Mon Â¬ day Dro Ileason filled his three appointments at the Methodist church Saturday and Sunday lie Is an able earnest worker and the churvh is being arength ened under hia charge During his recent revival he bad a number of con Â¬ versions with tea additions to the church Bdven of whom were heads of families the other thre bright girl just bttddlBg lato womanhood May hia Philip Â¬ Mwr Mattle Johnson and James Bin- ner were quietly married to day Dee 10 at Pleasant Grove church Rev Boiarth officiating Miss Georgia BlUset aud niece and nephew Ida and Owen Gillingwaterof Bewlry vlllemade a flying visit to frionda at this place Sunday Mr and Mrs J W Parr and little daughter Luclle of CUftou Mills and Mr and Mrs Arthur Goodman and baby Ruth of Harned gave their friends and relatives at this place a very pleasant visit Friday and Saturday And now Mr Editor In conclusion allow me to wish the News a merry Christmas and a happy aaL prosperous New Year Long may aba HwmkI proa- Ibs News and Opinions --OF m National Import anc THE SUN ALONE CONTAINS BOTII Dally by nail Dally an J Sun day by mall A a yta JSajoa The Sunday Sun It lh f rratatt Sunday newspaper la th world By nail AiUtmi TU JC SUN Trice jc a copy lr ft a year Kw Yeefc R BRELOKRNRIDQm NRW8 OLxOVEXRC3Rr KY Free Medical AiViCC Do you understand Jnst what Dr J C Are Ayera medicines will do for yon they helping you as fast as you thinV they He will ought Write to our doctor answer all questions and gire you the best medical advice absolutely free Address tho J C Ayer Co Lowell Mass Breckenridge WKHRNHDAY sS News 22 1897 DECEMBER Local Brevities SSSsm eeSSwe Vest Vf st Skates Suz Vs Fresh celery City Bakery S o the pretty lntnps Sui tta Christmas candles City Bakery It was snowing hero lait evening Weve got what you want Vests Pretty gifts for all mankind Suzjra New ctuned giods packed 1897 Vests Tho cutest little tiling you ever saw fciuz tre m - New caudlte largo line Gregory Gibson We want your produrjp come to us Siilzjrs It N Hudson went to Hardinaburg Monday Dont forgtt to Bte the pretty pktures Sifz rs Wonderland presents a feast of Christ Â¬ mas ideas SuzjrV 1500 pounds ol candies ttaro jou in the face at Vests Only 2 more puns lefr rush if you waiit one Suz rs Piuf J II Logan of Ilardinsburir was in the city Saturday Cone to the front for Christmas hap piness Suzia When you go shopping keep Wonder 1 tnd in mind Suzsrs Leavo your orders for oysters and cel Â¬ ery at the City Bakery Did you see Sulzers parade How about that imported reindeer 7 We are up to date at Knights gallery Can make you good pictures any kind of w nlher Gray Sc Pate shipped by boat Monday quite a good many sheep and cattle to Louisville They dont git too big or too little that we cant furnish a Christmas present for them Sulzars Miss Lela Henly came home Saturday after a most pleasant stay with Capt and Mrs A J Gross If anybody quotes you a price and says its less than ours See us fltst before you buy Suz rs Mr James Moorman and daughter Miss Lutie of Glendeano were in towu last week shopping Let us fix you up a fancy basket of candy No charges for our trimmers seivice Sulzjrs Confectioneries to let City Bakery you can get a number one lunch for 10 cents at the City Bakery Our grocery department will bo the ideal place to select good things for a Christmas dinner Suzers Spt cial pictures made for watches and lockets at Knights also photo buttonp scarf pins and all the late novelties A real sowing machine that will sew for 2 BO Cheuptst and most practical toy ever in vetted Suz rs Mr aud Mrs George Garrett of Ziuesvillr Ohio were the guests last week of Mr and Mrs 0 L Chamber- Â¬ lain Mis Divld Stancliff and rhildron of St Louis Mo are expected the 27th to be with her mother Mrs John Wilker sqn This Christmas wo come to you with the largest stock of staple aud fancy gro- Â¬ ceries ever shown in this city Gregory Â¬ Queeusware Vests Groceries Gregory Gibeons Fancy fruit basket to order Sulzirs Tho old reliable confectionery is Bab bagoa Childs sewing machine a nice pre sent Suzers Sam LaHelst of Qwenshoro spent Sat Â¬ urday in the city Pilcis that will leavo a big balauco in your poeket book Su z rs Fresh oysters in cans and bulk at Chap 0 Martins Also celery Mrs John Allen Murray and children have returned from Louisville foln the merry rush now on Ther Is something for you Suzers If you want something neat and stylish for ChristmaB go to Babbages Call at our storo and get a nice Christ Â¬ mas present freo Ask for it Suzirs Our lino of Christmas candies-- are strictly pure and first class Babbages John T Ditto spent Saturday and Sun Â¬ day with his sister Mis J D Babbage Mr GusShelmanand Judge William Abl of Hardinaburg were in town yes- Â¬ terday Come where the picking is best Come where your wants can be easily supplied Suzars For puro drug aid medicines bIbo have your prescriptions compounded at Mattins pharmacy Bees in a patch of clover are hardly thicker than the busy buyers around our counters Suz rs Mrs James Meador who lives on the pike will spend the holidays with rela Â¬ tives in Louisville Jessb Graham brakeman on the L H St L railway is here spending Chrlsmas with his mother Thomas Nanney machinist at the shep lias returned from a visit to relatives and fiiends in Evacsvllle Mrs Frank Haswtll was suddenly taken ill with flax Suuday night Sio at tills writing is Btill quite critical William Leo of Hardin county has bought property at West View He will open a blacksmith shop at that point Word has been received that the pens for the Presbyterian church are ready for shipment and will shortly be here Mies Maud Rice who has been the guest of Mr and Mrs J A Barry will return to day to her home in Greenville Misses Carrie and Georgia Graham entertained a number of their friends Monday evening which was enjoyed by Â¬ Â¬ Shelby Trlplett and Tlios J Triplett living near RosettA were in Louisville last week and sold their present crop of tobacco hurley at f 14 76 S7 80 f4 40 12 and 5 05 They were of course happy ovor their good sales These gentlemen had good ciopa last year moro pounds by half yet thoy realized more money for their half crop this year On last Friday thero parsed through this town two more couples with matrimonial intents bendirg their way toÂ¬ wards Ctunelton Ind ono from Kirk and the other from Jolly Station They were Mr Thomas Bowman and Miss Mlnne Patterson Mr Carlton Maton and Miss Kva L MtQtady Both couples returned to this town late that evening and wtre all wearing broad smiles and cfg r to reach their respective homes to get forglvoness The rcguar annual street parade of SuzarV under the supervision of Mr Edward Gregory their advertising man was out in full force Saturday The en tiro company consisting of probably twenty five boys all dressed in uniforms h faded by a donkey hitched in a cart with Santa all diked out in propor costume driving the animal The parade attracted tho attention of everj body and made the bones of those that had never been soothed beforo feel like Christmas was almost upon us In Suzers large show window to night The scene you can see a pretty scene represents an old street in Stockholm Germany tall quaint buildings with steep roofs The clock in the tower points a quarter to two oclock all the city lies quietly sleeping n heayy snow storm has been raging the rent In the clouds as the etorra is clearing up the moon in its splendor sheds its rays down on the quiet city the dim lights left burning so Santa can see where tog Upou the roof Old Santa has made his appearance drawn by his four Reindeers How Old Santa plies his whip how tho deers go skipping from roof to roof How the little ones will eDJoy this scent -- wont there he clapping of hands God bless the little ones we wish we were young again so we could join them and shout and shout the loud st of them all Â¬ Wants a Horn And Firecrackers Garfield Dec 18 1807 Dear Santa Claus Pleaso bring me a gun a llttlo train a drum watch some candy or- Â¬ anges nuts and bananap also n horn and firecrackers as I am a little boy six years old and love to make a noise To those living in malarial districts Tutts Pills are indispensiblc they keep the system in perfect order and are A Clean Sweep Yours Itu mux chiton Boy Dear Santa Cloverport Ky Dec 21 1807 Dear Santa Ulaus s I am a little boy 0 years old I go to school Mies Annie Kaitt is my teacher I hope you wilt Bend me so mo nuts and candy a false face and a gun I will try to bo a good boy all an absolute cure for sick headache indigestion malaria torpid liver constipa- Â¬ tion and all bilious diseases Dont Forget This Tutfs Liver Pills A Valuable Relic Dr A A Simons of this city has in through Christmas his possession n rare and valuable relic Wishing tho Nkws success I am which ho purchased in Hancock county Eddik WlLON and It is probably the only one in exist- Â¬ GaifWd Ky Dear Santa Claus I ence of Its kind It is an iron nodule two inches in length and three quarters am a little girl nine years old I would like for you to bring mo a pair of vases of an inch in diameter pointed at one and a little dresser and please bring me end Ilka a catridge and a groove around a nice pair of gloves n big sack of candy tho other end like that of the helye of and somo fancy candy and oranges a tomahawk There are two longltu some nuts and raisins I have a little tlonal grooves opposite each other with Bister her name is Katie and she wants a narrow point on the end of one and a dresser a doll and a nice pair of gloves two cross marks on tho end of the other plujmb and nutp orargoa raisins and candy of It is called an ornamented bob and is believed to have been used all kinds I have a llttlo sister her name is Maud she wants a safe a doll as such by an Ancient race of people who lived in this country long anterior with hair and dress some candy nutp raslns and a big stick of candy my little to the Indian race It was found in sister IVnrl wants a doll and raudy now Hancock county and is a rare specimen of this implement since yery few of please dont forget us We will be good those that are now known are ornament Â¬ Your little grit chllddren In Our Christmas Stock DONT YOU MISS IT If you arc out looking for Christmas Cheer just come to us A better assortment cannot be found Myrtle Mattingly Bucklen8 Arnica Salve The Best Salve in the world for Cuts Bruise Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fe- Â¬ ver Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns and all Skin Eruptions and postlvely cures Piles or no pay re- Â¬ quired It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or nionoy refunded Price 25 cents per box For Sale by Shoit Haynes Â¬ ed CASTOR I A For Infants and Children ThlftO- - SOMETHING SOMETHING SOMETHING SOMETHING FOR FATHER FOR MOTHER FOR BROTHER FOR SISTER Something for every loved one you are seeking presents for If M llpitui CI llDllt yffi w J A Perkins of Antiquity O was for thirty years needlessly tortured by physicians for the cure of etzama He was quickly cured by using DeWltts Witch Hazel Salvo the famous healing salve for piles and skin diseases Short Haynes River News Business Is getting good on the wharf After the recent rains the river will V Two FOIl SAIK service htndlcme yonnp jackt soon be on a boom fr neit prlnjj lricei low ai il lerms eay Jn G Stephen Addion Kr Str Tell City took on MoiuUy night a oocoo feet Hock or lliuer lot of hogs sheep and cattle WANTEDfrom 4 to 7 inches in diameter Kim Kcr particular address Tell City Ilanino Mill The modern ark the Str State of Tell City Ind Kansas passed down Monday morning six r0 It KKNT Unettory dwelling five or For rooms with outbuildings In Eistland with a large cargo information apply to Mrs Samuel Johnson at the Corn is coming from below by the old bank building on Hjgh Street regular prickets It is being shipped NOTICK All per tons indebted to the from tho river bottom farms undersigned will please call and settle with- WAN TS UM i SULZERS See our Annual Christmas Greetings for the little ones in tvri our show window Open to night I F INE URNITURE A TRETTY oJL ICTURES of All Â¬ AT PRICES all Vests Grand Opening A Qood Memory Those decorated semi porcelain 103 piece dinner sets are something you dont see eyery day They are at Vests Y Ford came down fiom Louisville yesterday to spend Christ Â¬ mas with her mother Mrs Annie E Mrs A Brown All the children and grown folks too r A i sv MS kV fc f i t v il Wfc 9 like candy dont they 7 Watch lor tho candy pull at the Presbyterian church sometime next week Mrs Walter J Sherman will arrive Friday from Toledo Ohio to be wltfi her parents Mr and Mrs W II Bow mer during the holidays Often does it occur witti most every individual when in store they dont happen to see the article wanted they walk out Ask for it at Vests and youll get it Mrs W B Rutledge will leave Mon Â¬ day for her home in Mt Washington Mrs Rutledge will be at sent for some- Â¬ time hoping that she will be banlfited by the change Yesterday was a banner tobacco day Wagon loads after wagm loads came into town and the farmers were more than happy over the g od price obtained for the weed It is hoped by the next regular apÂ¬ pointment at the Presbyterian church which will be the second Sunday in Jan uray that they will occupy the lecture room of the new church Miss Alliene Murray who after a so- Â¬ journ of six months in Salt Lake City Utah came home Satuiday night Mies Murray looks exceedingly well and speaks highly of her trip and gives an interesting account of it When reading the Nrws the reader to become thoroughly infatuated must Gibson scan every page There you will find There could not be thought of in news of interest and posilbly nn item months or years a more suitable present that will repay you in every way for your hoy or girl than a nice pair of Roy Heyser orrived home from Cin- Â¬ shoes from Vests cinnati yesterday morning to spend the Mr J J Dyer lelt Saturday for Phil holidays with his parents Mr and Mrs pot to remain until to day with his F T Heyser He is connected with daughters Mrs Emma Harris and Mrs Lewis Wald Company wholesale fur-Â¬ Ada Tinlm nishers of that city Mr George 0 Patton the promoter of Sam Hall brakeman on the Louisville the popular game of golf in Louisville St Louis railway came Henderson has gone to Montreal Can to spend the to this city yaterday from Owcnsboro olidaya Courier Journa with a badly bruised arm He caught It would be exceedingly trying to give his left arm between two cars while a descrlptlpn of the enormous stock of coupling at the above place glassware and queeuswaro we carry Mrs Lithrope Tracy Rild had with Come and see for yourselves Vests her Monday evenlrg a number cf Just as good pictures made in cloudy friends who she entertained In honor of weather as sunshino by our instantan Â¬ Mrs W G Smart aad Mrs T W Geer eous process Ilavo your photograph A dainty 1 jocheoa was comely served at made now lor a Christmas present aud 10 oclock in bar attractive style make somebody happy Knights The persons who disturbed the cougre There were three boxes of thatjlucious gatiou last Sunday ard requested to call grape fruit put off of yesterday morniugs druggist and get a bottlo of Foleys West bound passenger consigned to Jas on the Houey and Tar which always gives re- Â¬ of Addison Thy were lief A R Fisher Cloverport R A G Stephen sent to him from his son Minor Steph Â¬ Gordon Stepbensport Shellman en who lives in Lakeland Florida Haynes Pateavllle E A Witt Hardina Â¬ Mrs M B Ford RuddeHV 111 suf Â¬ burg fered for eight years from dyepepla and Uncle Pete Brown an old respect chronic constipation and was flnaly able colored cltlun of this town has cured by uilcg DdWHta Little Early now reached the ripe old age of 01 and Itlsere the famous little pills for all Is still active and In good health He stomach and liver troubles Short has been a consistent member of the Haynes Methodist chu ch for 04 years joined A full length portrait of Master Gar Â¬ during slavery times A Nkws repre Â¬ land Hampton at Vine Grove appears sentative asked him if he didnt have la the LoHtevllle Post Young Garland better times when he was a slave be at la a catullikte for Pga In the next Gen Â¬ first hesitated but said No 1 caa get eral Awbly He I twelve years old my old atone pipe aad take a good easy Mil It fAMiviog maay flittering letters moke any law I wlcb However my The nxunbtHw elet eoukl not wUet a mastoM war the bst bmk to ma that 0W dfYiM- - little fallow ever lived 1 People flicked there early before the hour of opening the store and remained packed until the hour of midnight They were treated with all tho latest selections of music aud with their obliging force of clerks wero shown through the vast emporium from the first to tho third fbor where an endless array of holiday goods never before exhibited in this city mot their vision They have an extensivo line consisting cf easels imported chinaware and other articles Indescribable la their dry giods shoes hits and cloak depart- Â¬ ments will be found a mest extensive line They have always made an effort to lead and ate keeping It up They extended a hearty welcome to everyone to make their place headquarters and you may feel safe that the goods wanted are first class and at the closest price possible Â¬ Tho most gorgeous holiday display often saves money and also good health that the people of Cloverport have ever If jou are troubled with constipation A tract of land containing 16 had tho pleasure of caBting their eyes up- Â¬ indigestion or any form of stomach trou FOR SALE milrs northeast of Hardinsburg six a bottle of c0 acres cultivatirg and 40 acres valley land and bio remember to take home on was in tho graud opening of Wm the balance woodland Two dwellings an excelVest Sons on Wednesday December Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin and health lent orchard well watered It Is known as Ihe further in ortnation will be restored to you Trial sizi 10c John Hoard farm For 11 K Hall Gai fieldwrite to 15 Their store was artistictally and Kv beautifully decorated and illuminated by 10 doses 10c large bz s 50j and 100 Apple Trees incadescent lights Their double show of Chas C Martin SALE 15000 three and i ur year old windows were simply a piece of art fill- Â¬ number one Ben Davis apple trees The price is it per 100 cash at the Highland Nursery or de Â¬ WEBSTER ed with elaborate and costly goods in W ASI1UY livered Cloverport b out delay Upon failure to do so I will of neces Â¬ sity have lo takejudgment on all unpaid accounts in order that 1 may be able to dispose of the claims to good advantage US Skillman Clk Breckenridge Circuit Court Dec 6 i87 Within the Reach Solid Oak Bed Room Suites A full lino of Chairs and Rockers Â¬ infant the child and the adult It will enrich the blood of the anemic will stop the cough heal the irrita Â¬ tion of the throat and lungs and We cure inclpknt consumption make this statement because the experience of twenty five years has proven it in tens oi thousands of 6ASCS Bt lunjt fit SCOTTS Ernulib 50c and tloo ill drjfjUts BOWNB ChswWtt Nw York SCOTT cents per bushel From my farm at Buras Ky one steer two years old weighing 80 pounds dehorned when horns Santa Claus will be here this week were large nearly white marked half crop off TO car under bit Cashman Jordan has moved to the right muly swallow fork and old nearly in left ear heifer two years red weigh One ing 700 pounds marked swallow folk la right er country under h If crop in left car Liberal reward will be This county needs an immigration given for Information or their return to me at lluras Ky Dr Hen llarned Xbureau II eckenridge Circuit Court of Louisville was heie X1X9 J P Stewart XMXXJJJLXJilJLX My George M Youngera Admr Ilalntlff on business last week vs J M Ycuners heirs Ac defendants W G Jordan baa been coifined to his George All persons having claims against the esaie of George M Younger deceased are hereby notified room for several dnys to produce the same before the undersigned Com prop ollice in PBorn to the wife of Ike HayneB Dec missionerat his or before Hardinsburg Ky Febru the first day ol er y proven on ID a ten pounu gin 188 ary as Comml slontr of said Giten undr Ether Hall attended a wedding at Court this i7lhmv hand December 17 SXSXS day of V G Babbage C B C C Muldraugh last week Brcckrnrldge Circuit Coutt Clint Crutcher of Garrett will spend It C WhittlnghtUs Admr PlatntliT vs part of the holidays here Elizabeth Wbittinghill and others DefTts Forrest Claycomh went to Louisville All persons having claims agalnit the estate of AT THE GREAT BARGAIN STORE OF RrmusG Whitlinghlll rieieaiet are hereby no Sunday to Bell tobacco this week tifud to produce the time pruierly proven on or the before the Several cases of typhoid fever arouud undersignedfirst day of February his 1S9S befureHar ollice In Commissioner at dinsburg Ky Clifton Mills and Lodiburg After hearing 83ttH friends continunly Given under my hand as Commissioner of said Ladies Fine Wraps DRESS GOODS CLOTHING Our old blacksmith friend L M Ciurt tills lth day of December 187 praising Chamberlains Colic Cholera i pc allwoi I lllscV O O n LotMeaverClolh 1 Ioy Sills from 75c to 500 K VO Babbage C BC C J Serge worlh 4OJ at Matheny of Louisville will pay us a Mens 8 00 Sims at and Diarrhoea Remedy Curtis Fleck of 300 Capes at Breckenridge Circuit Court pclll wool Hack Cfkf Mens I5U Suits at I QO lot Jo8 Capfs Fine Plush TCslO purchased a bottle Christmas visit Anaheim California Solomon Millers Admr Plaintiff Serge worth 75 t J Mens 5 03 Suits at worth 6 1000 vs Hoys Mecfer Coats at JjSO Dr P W Foote proprietor of the Solomon 10 pes novelty dress Q O of it for his own use and is now as ent lot Chidrens Jackets at Defendants Millers Ulis wi rth I5 co J Goods worth 40c at less than enst Mens Overcoats the JS thusiastic over its wonderful work as Lakeland dairy farm was here lust week All persons having claims against the state of Mens and Hoys Mackln 3 pes blue red and quality at 408 tolh Coats from Jl75 lo Solomon aimer aeceaseu are nereuy huumicu m on business trn Henrietta atjfln people can bo The 25 and 50 cent biz undersigned Comniggest cut of the season in produce Ihe aame before the worth 7Sc- 1000 Fine Overcoats office missioner for Bale by A R Fisher Cloverport and Remember only a doll may afford beloe the at bisday ol In Hardinsburg Ky on or Fehiuary 1808 j pea changeable Q C f first 5llkworthi2sat R A Shellman Stepbensport Given under my hand as Commlisioner of said somo poor child inestimable joy yet it Carpets and Oil Court this 17th day of December 1S97 Brown blk blueTCr costs but a few cents w INFANTS CLOAKS V G Babbage C B C C Cloths Cloth worth i 00 Miss Cattle Simmons daughter of Mr Henretta Ask to see our Nov wool Doc Payne aud wife of Concordia silk embroidery handsome 15c Cream 1400 only Cloaks with All quality Carpets fJAo elty Goods at and Mrs P M Simmons living near Big U 5c at worlh 198 visited Tom Moredock several dajs last All wool KIdei Pown in all Spring was suddently taken ill last Ladles and dents Kid SO quality at OuC week colors only 34c Sunday and died last Thursday with Aktnsee cur heivy Flannel Hove Barrli g futurj developments tho so- Â¬ Vjvivxio for skirts and childrens wear rxvuxAO 5 pes Oil Cloth at 24C conjestlon of the lungs She was IS See our great I 00 Kid only 10c cial calendar hero for the holidays is Itemt Straw Mat Glotein black and colors years old and was a most excellent ting at a glove thst will wear rnnal conspicuously brief young lady and loved by all who knew PRODUCE WANTED to many l2j gloves wool We have an luklirg that there is to be and Caslmcre Mittens her At Highest Market Price SHOES VERY CHEAP Gloves at 14c a weddiug near hero this week of which more anon ea Will Board and wife of Ekron visited T G Jordan Saturday and Sunday Miss Ella Kurz who has charge of a school in Daviesi county will spend the holidays at homo Frauk Hall of the Tt xaa spent a portion of last week here on a visit and hunt Miss Emma Seaton of Sample visited It is a strengthening food and her aunt Mrs Crawford Beauchamp tonic remarkable in its hero recently It contains Cod properties After a while wo will cherish Christ Liver Oil emulsified or partially mai only for its memories So let us digested combined with the well- - add to our future store of enjoyment by known and highly prized Hypo makinf some hearts sing with gladness By buying your Christinas goods from phosphites of Lime and Soda so this Christmas Messrs McGavock and Hardin two that their potency is materially young men of Cloverport were hero last increased week prospecting for land either to buy or rent We hope the young men will locate with us for we feel sure no sec- Â¬ Thoy liavo just recolvod a beautiful lino of m It will arrest loss of flesh and tion of the county can surpass this either restore to a normal condition the In lands or morals PCoru is 35 Strayed or Stolen 1300 and up Chairs 190 to 900 per get Rockers GOo to 600 each Easels pictures and Picturo Frames tho cheapest in the city Enlarging portraits a specialty Get our prices Wishing you a Merry Christmas and asking your future patronage wo remain YOURS PLEASE Â¬ M MMUfH - WJ M bric-a-hra- cs CLOVERPOBTKY Â¬ Â¬ r REAL LIVE OLD SANTA CLAUS GEO YEAKEL Co Â¬ Brandenburg I 1 1 AO Â¬ Â¬ J Jl -- av Â¬ 08c The What is Talk Scotts of the Emulsion fksh-form-Ingr Town Our Candy i YOU WILL SAVE CITY BAKERY MONEY Co i We are WhatWiiiitDo on the I SHELMAN Irvington Ky Corner Watches Clocks Silverware Prices lower than tho lowest Jewelry For Hoarseness Benj Ingerson of Hutton Ind says he had not spoken above a whisper for months and one bottle of Foleys Honey It is used and Tar restored his voice very largely by speakers and slugein A R Fishers Cloverport R A Shell Gordon Hajncs man Stepbensport IMeavillo E A Witt Hardlnslurg BREAD J DUpate 1 coal bills oHoa ad ta a heat ad ooatroversy nPfiiM cured M CHllMla and Wbfaktr Hitrta hmo tookoiMjr-- with- - MBBPWJAee m Kyerfbody Bay Be Cosoareti Candy Cathartic tho most wob derful medical discovery of tlio age pleas Â¬ ant and rofrealilnK to tho taite act Really and positively on kidney liver and boweta cleansing the entire system dLpel colds euro hoaciuolio fever Imbltuul constlrwtleB and elliouanoM PleM buy and try a box to day10i ftucenw toklaa4 ofO U twrMMw4 to cure bjr ail dwggUti mk LUNCHES wmrtt a rr ppt v m C AN DIES NUTS AND FRUITS AT RKDUOID PJtIOlS a w mim0WmeHn w- j ui A mimm THR JJ y Breckenridge News 1B07 PLUM PUDDING Continued from page WEDNESDAY DECEMDEIl 22 The Annexation Caucus I From lli New York Times of the Ilousoof HcprosenUtlvca haa bcfn called or tr morrow evening lo tlisuw A caucus of tlio Democratic members RVorul loplCH ot public Interest among them Unwnii Wh trutt Hint Bomn ono will bn rpftily to call attention I the fact that under Thouiaa Jetr ifon Uih Fattier of Democ Â¬ racy aa it once m our country annexed ki r under Jatuos Monroe wo aunexfd Flori da that under John Tvler wh annexed Texas that under James K Inlk w annexed California and New Mexico while under Andrew Jolitiron wo an nexed Alaska The Sifh of yesterday When attention haB been only called to these facta In the history of our ex pansion by the annexation of territory Alaska contiguous to our domain excepteJ we trust that bo mo one will read to the caucus in a clear and eufflci ontly loud voice some wise utterance of the statesmen mentioued by the Sun which we shall proceed to quote Thomas J HVreon to President Madison April 27 1801 It wilt be ol jcted to our rei eivlng Cuba that no limit cm then tm drawn to our luturn Acquiiuiiu8 Cuba can be defended by us without a navy and this develops the p inrlple which oiightllmlt to our vIhwb No hlng should ever be accepted which would require a navy to defend It Contrast the strained far away anJ unconvincing arguments now made for Hawaiian annexation with Jeflersone powerful and conclusive statement of the reasons for purchasing Louisiana in hie letter to Livingston April 18 1802 The cefsiooof Louisiana and the Florid as to France worka most sorely ou the There is on the United States globe one dingle spot the possessor of which is our natural and habitual enemy It Is New Orleans through which the produce of three eighths of our territory must pass to market and from its fertility it will ere long yield more than half of our whole produce and contain more than half of our inhabitants France placing herself in that door assumes to us the attitude of defiance Spain might have retained it quietly for years lier pacfic disposition her feeble state would induce her to increase our facili- Â¬ ties there so that her possession of the would be hardly felt by us Slace can it ever be in the hands ol These circumstances ren France tier it impossible that France and the United States can continue long friend when they meet in so irritable a posi Â¬ tion But we proceed with our citations from the fathers mote immediately pertinent to the work of Instructing the caucus James Monroe in the great Monroe With Doctrine uassage Due 2 18211 the existing colonies or dependents ol any European power wo have not inter Â¬ lint with fered and shall not interfere the Government who have declared their independence and maintain it aud whose independence we have on great consideration and ou just principles ac knowledged we conlu not view auy in- Â¬ terposition for the purpose of oppressing them or controlling in any other mari Â¬ ner their destiny by any interposition for the purpose of oppressing tin in oi controlling in auy other itiuuuer then deBtiny by any European power in huj other light ttiau hs the in an id station ol an unfriendly disposition toward the United States The interposition of the head and front of the Hawaiian conspiracy United States Minister John L Stephet s for the purpose of controlling and absolutely de Â¬ termining the destiny of the independ ent sovereignty of Hawaii was a flagrant violation of the letter and spirit of the message The Monro Doctrine becomes morally unpresentable the moment we annex Hawaii with the onuivance of its present usurping Government set up un der the prottctiou of our guns John Tyler message of Dec 0 1842 Considering then lore that the United States possesses so very large a share in the inteicourse with those islands it is deemed not unlit to invoke the ileclara tion that their Goveruuientseeks never Â¬ theless no peculiar advantages no exclusive control over the Hawaiian Govern ment but is content with its independ ent existence and auxiously vishen for its security aud prosperity Its forbear Â¬ ance iu this lesptct under the circum stances of the wry laige intercourse which Ameruai vessels have with the islands would justify the Government should circumstances hereafter arise to require it in making u decided remon Â¬ strance against the adoption of an oppo site pollcv bv any other power James K Polk first annual message Di cember HM5 it Is well kuown to the American people and to all nations that this Government has never inter Â¬ fered in the relations subsisting between other Governments Wo have uuer made ourselves parties to their wars or their alliances wohae not sought their we have not territories by conquest mingled wltu parties iu their domestic struggles and believing their own form of Government to be the best we have never attempted to propagate It by intrigues by diplomacy or by force This record cited by president Polk aa an evidence of our honorable and high minded policy as a nation continued un stained down to the time in January by intrlgms by 1803 when Stevens diplomacy and by force helped the Dole Insurgents to overthrow the lawful Government of Hawaii To these declarations of our National policy from Jefferson Monroe Tyler and Polk we might add from the official utterances of many Presidents and Sec- Â¬ retaries of State words of warning and protest against any attempt to destroy the toverelgnty of the Hawaiian Islands and annex them to the United States It Is both difficult and useless o git words of approval and sponsorship for trio Hawaiian job from the wise and just men who founded and maintained this Republic through the years when Its character aud Its reputation among the natlous of the earth were forming If the promoters aud apologists of the job desire to fortify their case with rel- Â¬ evant literal uru let them search the writings of Jenr hir Khan Charles V Suleyman the Magnlficnt Nepoleon Bonaparte and other great land grabberB A chapter from Jack Sheppard and the Spanlfh Ilrgne would not be Inappropri ate reading In a convocation of Hawaiian Jobsters Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lminiana and the great Northwest stliat hnrr hour ago wnnt wtll It do tor you an t tho storm In worse Tho fellers dead now anyhow Vnbbo he went back suro ho did and you dont bndgo a step You nro suro ho did not go back ho Lot says qulotty lighting tho lantern go Day I mean to start Youro so smart on snowshoos youll git about a mile and then tumhlo over a precipice If I I think not ho gays soberly do It dont matter Wnall Im not going 1 wouldnt lot you says ha you 1 growls Oh you wouldnt wouldnt buy You young whlpjier simpler you cub you Lot mo go Ill Jest let you know you dont stir n foot out till I git fixed Hero you aro starting off with a lantern nnd a dorg no brandy no ropo Â¬ Though time U n comlcal poinpivriwn 1 hAr for Ed who looks llko n roughboon watching him but women generally llko big stupid bears Thank you says Ed glttlng up 1 didnt savo your mUernblo llfo to bo nbupcd Lucky for you you were n llttlo fellow or you wouldnt be hero 1 puts In Tho grit Unmo though of him stnrtlngnlono up theso mountIns Ed nnd htm looked at each other then Thon I llko two animals bout to fight seen cm lock hands and I knowed their eyes was dim 1 brought you her photograph Sho sent It Bays Ingalls hunting around hut buLJ Siuiir hnrn Imt IK - j c bush d d Office on 6th Street Cannellon iium4jftm1lai s Henderson Route Loisrilhi Iktrcon Time Card In Effect East Hound Ly St Louis Fvansvllle Henderson Spntttville Owemhovo llawesvll e 11 Cloverport Stephensport Brandenburg ArrLouisville I Ini St In the Toils rasping cough that irritates the lungs and leads to dire results It is in such cases that I of n cough a hacking rocking Dentistry In All lis Branches practiced mul all operations performed In the most klllful manner nt prices to suit the time Crown and Hil g Work n spfcalty Teeth extended IVitlvely without Vain Mnl 1iHiiiJelfi llrlltal Itonmw Louis Sty 87 41 Co lute 20 4 No No No 46 7 1ft 8 ID 6Sam 917 766am 2 20pm 7SS 9 45 1007 1045 1112 1235pm Z4l 4 865 pm 2 45im 80 4 40 603 In xniilhnrii liullniin Imngton 5 22 di Ik I 8TCJIBLKD Vr TIIK MOUKTlKSlDE Â¬ ho interrupt whats tho mat ter with my going I answers bringing to You nlnt mind his attempts to walk on snow shoes nnd his wabbllngs you ulnt no bird on em nrtrd Ho laughed then llko n boy Its n deal 1 nays and tomorrer tho 21th Ill set off early nnd git linck by night and woll Fet up nnd ent till morning Ill gtt brandy for tho pudding ansa 1 finishes niulous how Is but pnrtl them puddings Hinder Why flour rnUlns lard or butter something thats rich 1 puts In Is 80 conU n Uutter pound at Ourny and 1 guess thats rich enough Uutter currants molasses to mnko It brown nnd splco mixed nnd cooked Icnllntolllgct It mixed to tho store I snys nnd my traveling will bent It up Then you sew It up In n bag which you boll and mnko a snuco of brandy that you pour over and set nflrc and It burns bluo llnmo This Is tho way wo used to hnvo It nt homo Ills fnco grow snd nnd I know ho was going Into them glooms nut Â¬ ojLmiromjk f J-- GrfCAVK i Im itr Uymcby I wns so sleepy nnd let go numbed I thought I dreamt it when I see a faint ghostly light n comlng awful slow and something big behind tho light I Ivogot hlmsays Ed panting fell across him In tho snow about four miles down I think he Is dead Ho had him on his back and luckily tho stranger was a small slight chap but as YVo took him bo It was It was awful tw een us Thcro was no tlmo to try to bring him to life for tho storm was thicker every minute But wo tackled the brnndy ourselves nnd then started Inover sco slch strength ns that pard of mlno had Ho held most of tho feller and didnt seem to touch alrth at all In fact tho last of tho wny ho dragged mo Wo was pretty near bent out when wo heard Docs howl That put now llfo In us and soon tho light from tho little cabin showed faint but stlddy Tho camllo wo found nearly flickering out but tho flro on tho hearth wns burning bright Tho pup went crnzy over tho stranger tlme says Ed Know him in Englnnd Ilout ten miles on my wny Just as 1 working away at tho chaps boots Wo got wns stratghtnlng up my back after maksnow ing another hitch on tho turkey I felt him undressed and rubbed him with teeth Into his clinched something sharp strike my fnco I knowed and poured brandy so nn hour or of this wo could sco I was In for It forsnow at Chrlsmus tlmo After him breathe and this encouraged us for In these- mountIns menus darkness drifts now efforts Tirol Wo nearly dead But that didnt stump mo nnd if tho stranger had were skin left on and death any En cry Inch of that road was plain as him ho wns In luck Hymcby ho opens his a map In my mind and blunted by eyes you wnko mo up forf What cold stunned by tho snoV and dark Â¬ ho says crossly did nnd drifts off Into a sleep ness I forgot Ingnlls entirely nnd Hos Thats him says Ed bitterly must haro passed close by him I had enough to do to fight for my own life On n naturaliskicker I nBks after wo had mado Who lief I goes and gamo enough to hang to tho was truck 1 wnn t going to bo bent outer oursehes comfortable pard spoiledfixing tho flro Tho pudding nlnt ho that dinner far nil the snow In Colorado Kverj now and then when I got kinder mutters though tho wntcr nearly boiled tho Woll hnvo tho dinner sleepy and a sly Ideo kep coming how slick out of all kittle Oh after lief hos Larry Ingalls It would bo to llu down nnd take n nap Ho and I distantly related that menus ucver git up hut freeze to death to Sir John wero orphanswell somewhere Webster of tho old turkey would sling around nnd up Larry was a rich brought fetch me a smart slap In tho face I kinder Sir John was a us ono orphan poor I and Sir John growed to think tho old bird wanted to bo had n daughter roasted nnd git up to tho cabin to give his I callatcd thcro was a young woman remains for tho celebration In thocaso I says I got along all right till I got to whero Lady Maud Sho wns n sister to us I ought to turn off to tho trail and there both when wo wero youngsters but when I dassent leave tho road I wasnt suro wo wero grown I fell In lovo with her whero It lay I listened nnd I henrd tho and so did Larry who always did as I did mufllcd sound of a gun and this I folk red We had a bitter quarrel ho and I and I wondering whero pnrd got hie senso I told him Lady Maud loved mo and ho stumbled up tho mountln side tho cur went and explained everything to and soon I got u answer and tho hap her father I was ordered out of tho house piest sight of my llfo I sco n big yidler and camo here Thats all I dont know glnro It was pnrd n burnlng keroseno what Ingalls wants of mo I suppose ho Glad Its cheap I wivs Ironical for It camo to tell mo ho had married Lady aint Ho laughs nnd takes nil tho truck Maud and flounders on ahead a distance whero Bout noon tho next day I got up and by tho howling I knowed Doo was tied fixed tho turkey to roast and tho NCge tables and then tho house was all lit tin and set tho pudding back over tho tire Mode three stations down the path Somehow though it had a shno and was ho explain house first dog next myself hard I didnt feci much confidence In It the gun nnd bonfire last with Ed was lylnjr In n corner Jest woro out Youll do I says Ho flow around While I was a fusslng round I soo tho new looking nt tho stutT Id brought found feller looking ut mo Whero mil If ha somo cloth nnd nindo a bag into which ho asks I told him and said who saved bis put tho pudding mixture tied It and slung life at tho risk of his own and hinted that tho samo into n klttlo of boiling water I didnt think tho llfo of a mean feller was which ho hung over the tiro worth saving and such had better go book Tho waterll git In it I says Thorn whero they mino from stitches Is too loose But you dont know all ho says wist- Â¬ It cooks out ho answers beginning ful his eyes full of tears Ed and I did to cut up tho squash Now sit down quarrel but 1 did not tell Sir John Dlgc and get straightened out ho goes Oh you didnt Likely I sneers on bringing mo a gloss of brandy story I asked torn letter for you but thcro Lady Maud did Sho told her father wont none I says beginning to draw that she loved Ed nnd sho wanted to marry my boots off him Sho Is that kind of a girl She nover Yon wero very kind but thero Is no had n secret from him Of course ho was ona to write angry and turned Ed out I was mean Land of tho llvlngl I yells Jumping enough to bo glad at first for I knew her up them tracks ahead that feller It father would gho Maud to mo but sho Whore was coino to mo all of a sudden grow so thin and unhappy und took such hot a dlsllka to mo that I was sorry enough for What did you say asks pnrd kecr tho whole affair 1 tried then to find Ed less like I giro jou my word I did Then an Ingnlls I grups uncle camo from Australia that Ed used Ingalls ho repents glttlng white to brag about w hen ho wus u child and for pitys sake who what do you know suy ho would bring luick a trunkful of of hlmr gold Well he really did come back with I told him Ho listened qulto a mlnlt lots of inoncr and ho and Sir John are then goes to whore his coat was hanging great friends now Ho Is a sick man or ho on a nail would havo come to America with mo I Whore are you golngf I says camo for Lady Mauds sake Sbo said If I To look for him would find Ed sho would give mo tho old Whyf Whats ho to your sisterly affection I told her I would bo My worst enemy a knight of tho round tablo and find tt Pard youro a fool If mo nn old holy gmll oup you know mountlneer tied a bard fight for llko rt Oh I savi sorter iirUo winner eht Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I enys under Wnsto of good liquor my brouth but ho didnt noto wo I Bet out early tho next morning leaving him nnd tho pup nt homo It wasnt bad going nnd tho nlr wns fresh and full of sunshine They wns sprlscd to foo mo nt Ourny nnd lnughcd n deal nt tho truck I bought nnd paid for with gold dust 1 found tho pudding stulT so heavy that I really had It mixed In n pall I went over to n saloon for nwhllo nnd It was bout 3 In tho nftcrnoon when I coino bnck for my things 1 had asked tho storekeeper who wns also jiostninstcr If thcro wero any letters for pnrd but there wnut I tied tho eight pound turkey round my neck with tho pudding pall tho vegetables nnd n squash that seemed to weigh n ton beforo I wns four miles on my wny I filled my pockets with pnpers nnd hooks nnd n bot As I fixed my tlo of brandy nnd tobacco snow shoes tho storekeeper cnino out ho says I3lgo I3out Queer thing nn hour foro you got back from tho sann Englishman named Ingnlls was loon hero nsking If I knowed your pnrd Ed I told him whero ho wns and oil ho goes Impatient and stuck up enough wouldnt listen to no caution Thought webbo our mountln trail was n bolerwnrd where ho could find hoss kcorsnnd them two wheeled Off ho jumps cnbs with n jay up behind I snys Try It young feller llko n flnsh youll ho back In nn hour or two I clean forgot all about you was going that wny Ill moot him I snys nnd starts Tho crowd gho three cheers for mo nnd wished Keep somo mo a Merry Chrlsmusl of that pudding for mo till spring It will yells tho storekeeper bo hnrd enough for you wouldnt tuUo no soda In It Pnrd hadnt mentioned sodiv nnd I wouldnt put It In though It wns nrgucd Slongl I cnlls and It oughter bo dono goes on For three or four miles I could sco tracks qulto plain In tho snow- - and I kept n lookout for Ingnlls hut my progress was awful slow 1 was bo bent out that I sworo at tho vlttles purd and Chrlsmus straight along Tho turkey growed heavier and heavier nnd onco I lost It and had to go back n half mllo I wont a likely plctur as I floundered along and was ugly enough to fight my best friend Curious enough 1 nut all my mud on that feller Tho Idee ahead Id say of him dar ing to climb tills mountln ulono In snow Â¬ Â¬ ngln Tho dorg will scent him Tho dorg will bo snowed In 40 rods from tho house nnd n dead dorg In 40 mlnlts If we dont korry him Ho hung his head I dont want you to risk your llfo ho stammers Ktl I says you nro all tho thing I have In this world to keer for If Id n son I couldnt lovo him uioron you Coino Wo left tho dorg In tho cabin with food whero ho might git nt it If wo dldntcomo bock nnd I was pretty suro hod brook the winder nnd git out If wo wero long owoy Pard fixed a camllo In tho winder and put logs on tho Are nnd then wo set out I had tho lantern tied on my back and had mndo a ropo fast to pnrd Tho night was jest llko a curtain of black velvet nnd absolutely still Tho nlr So wo was thick and wot nnd stupefying goes on Tho snow being damp had packed some nnd that kep us in tho trail but It was hard work and I was already woro out At last wo tumbles Into the road and stops a mlnlt Ho novor got ns fur as this I says nnd Id better go on nlono You stny For hero nnd Ill shoot when I find him answer pard kotches my lantern If Its death to one of us It shall coino You stay hero Ill go to mo hn says Hod cut tho ropo that bound us and was off Into tho dark I knowed ono of us must hao sense nnd If wo lostthnt llt tlo trull up mountln wo was dono fur So I watted 1 yelled to him to try nnd keep insldo from tho edgo of tho rood but I doubt If ho heard tho nlr was so dendoucd I mndo Tho tlmo I waited seemed years fast tho ropo to a troo near tho trail and nothing DR BELLS YOU SHOULD 603 021 745 43 328 400 460 610 6 25 6 67 617 730 No 45 Pine EMPLOY tl West Hound Lv Loulsvile Brandenburg trvington Stephensport Clovrrpo t Ilawesvllle Owensboro Spotlsvl le No si No ar-Honey -T- None but the County Surveyor to rto tour work He Is the ailhoilstd Surveyor ol the l nn epe lenced workman and Oui He is aho Notary Public knows his buslmsi wrle De di and takes Acknowledgements Charges always Iteasunable 70m 8 51 915 9 61 1135 2 12 4 50pm 6 43 609 1I35 01 0 720 7 39 9C5 1040 84 9 52 1021 10 f 6 1068 9fti 8 23pm Aililrcaa proves its wonderful clucacy The cause of the trouble is eradicated the irritation is al- Â¬ layed the lungs arc healed and strengthened aud cold leaves the system as snow disappears bclore luc sunsuine 01 spring CHINTZ ROYALTY COUNTY SURVEYOR HARDlNSnUROKY Evansville Arr St Louis llendrrson 17im 947 1148 12 23am 12 10 JO 6 115 732 115 720 -- THE ILOW I says It dropped outer your coat last night and I sot It by tho flro Tho heat and wot had mussed it to dry so you couldnt tell what tho plotor was Too bod sighs Ingalls I meant to glvo It to you I brought it all tho way I carry her foco in my heart laughs Ed and then ho fell to singing Coino Into tho garden Maud For the black bat night has flown Come Into tho garden Maud I am hero at tho gato alone ncrotis PUDDISJO OF OLD KNOLAND SINGS INOALLS 0P CCUGri rr lleUi PlneTiirlIonty la an In fallible remedy lorall lung ami bronchial trouble might or severe All druggists sell It at V Mo and 1100 a bottle or It will ba sent upon receipt of price Tt W 1LIJ MlriUtM If- e- PufBMk-- r J II Hunsche The TAILOR with Casper May Co IND CANNELTON Â¬ A I trains tvn through Solid tm Evansville Through parlor cars and Pullman seepert on all trains hcttvri n S Louis Kan vllle and Louis ville Numbers 41 and 42 connect at Irvlngton for Fonlsville and llardinsburg daily except Sunday CM0foUEAOAKy B O S OJ3 W RYa Louis a o s 35am 16 18 8 Sold by SHORT Squaw HAYNES Will be in Clover Trains Iphvb Loulnvllle an follows and the West port on the 2d and 4th Bit St W RAILWAY Cincinnati and the No No No jam Ioulsvll Friday of every month Arlnclniill 605pm 645am Lv 2 45pm 1155am 3 55rm Mnns Oraft on the Covern ment From the Kansas City Journal Whllo pard was setting tho tablo Ingnlla who had all our bedding piled on him crawled out and got on his clothes You 11 vo high for miners ho says This ts Chrlsmus day says Kd and Tho dear then they shook hand ngln old day Larry and woll spend next Chrlsmus at homo nnd Lady Maud my wlfo Larry dont thnt mako you hnto mo will welcome you under tho raistlotoo Perhaps Ill lot you kiss her then Shots my sister answers tho other not a hit of meanness left in him and Is it not tho world Is full of fair women so Mr Dayf They dont trouble mo nono I says Ho But pnrd look nt this pudding crossed tho room still n slnglng My hoai t would hear her and boat Woro it earth in an earthly bod He never could carry a tune grins Ed turned tho water outer tho kittle and ripped open the bag A round warty looking thing llko a small cannon ball and pretty near ns hard rolled out It was a grayish color specked with raisins and as vicious appearing n compound as I over sea Tho plum pudding of old Eng- Â¬ land sings Ingalls and thon wo roared with laughter But tho turkey roasted in nn oven sldcr tho flro was good nnd tho vegetables splendid nnd tho young fellers was tho best company I over sco nnd you klu bet tho lorg didnt go hungry Ho wns Lady Mcuds pup and Ed had brought him clear from England That was tho jolllcst meal I over eat and It was as good as sunshine to see them two friends now and forever Oh down to going now Whero nm something hall where pard lives with bis undo nnd Lady Maud Of courso Ed mar Â¬ ried her Sir John and Ingnlls who pard wrote lias got a gal of his own is going to bo there Ive sold tho mlno lor n good sum nnd Im carrying Ed his share Queer though Ingnlls would havo novcr found Ed but for Poker Sam So tho old villain did a good turn once not knowing it Yes Im pretty well fixed rich enough to drink champagno out of a pall which Is western and Im going to spend the Ivo Chrlsmus holidays with pnrd brought tho dorg way across tho ocean forgot to show to Lady Maud I with mo to tell you that when tho young fellers went awny tho pup wouldnt quit mo and Is mlno now Woll probably have a good dinner Chrlsmus day hut tho Tittles wont tasto no better nor tho crowd bo no merrier than It was lost year In Colorado in tho Rockies 9000 feet abovo the sea About tho plum pudding waal I havo nothing to say That subjects a tender ono twlxt pard and mo PATIENCE STArLETOK Larry M I BEE A FA1ST G1I08TLT MOI1T A COMlHO AWFUL BLOW kept ono end of It and mado trips down ns furns I could whero ho went hut Idossont Our idea of a lucky man is one who can get a great big graft on the GovernCharles Henry is a citzin of ment Pleasanton who years ago was married Steamboat Agents to a qu trter blood Cherokee woman Wharfmasters She died about s jveu years ago leaving KENTUCKY a little eon Two months ago Mr Henry CLOVERPORT discovered thaf his wife was carried on Uxt Ageou the rols of the Cherokee tribe and that his little son was entitled to all the land Homestead Fertilizer Company and and hea 1 money secured by any other Standard Oil Company for Cherokee Last week he received the boy a check for f3700 and a deed to Dealers lo He is a coal min 820 acres of rich land Doors Mash Blinds Yellow Iine Floor er and had been very poor ing and Ceiling Weather Boarding How to Prevent Pneumonia Shingles Palt Lime Cement Laths Plaster Plastering At this time of year a cold is very easily contracted aud if let to run its Hair Plow Handles course without the aid of tcnie reliable Bricks Etc cough medicine is liable to reeult in Estimates Furnished for Bulldlags and that dread dis ase pneumonia Wo Butldlna Material know of no better remedy to euro a cough or cold than Chamberlains Cough remedy We have used it quite exten Â¬ sively and it has alwas given entire satisfaction Oolcgab Ind Ter Chief This Is the 01 ly remedy that is known at to be a certain preventative of pneumo- Â¬ nia Among the many thousands who have used it for colds and la grippe we have never yet learnt d of a single case having resulted in pneumonia Iursons who have weak lungi or have reison to fear an attack of pneumonin should The keep the remedy at hand II t BEAVD PreMdert 25 and 50 cent sizes for sale by A I WILL MllLKK Vis aaMnt Fisher Cloverport It A Shellinan J311XAH1 Cller Stephensport 6oo Worth of Cats to One Shipment UW UK AUD MOKItIS nSKHIMtr Ilroo GREGORY CO 1105pm i ism Ar Columbus S 5pm 7 l3m Ar Pittsburg 650am Ii oara Ar Washington 1 2opm 7 5oam Ar Baltimore pm 1015am Ar Phiadelphia u 3onn 340 J 55pm Ar New York 300pm 905pm Ar Boston Nraln No 16 has elegant Pullman Bullet Parlor Car to Cincinnati and Diawlng room Sleeper and dining cars Cincinnati to Washington Baltimore Philadelphia and New York without change Tran No i8hasligant Pulman Parlor Car to Cincinnati and Pullman Drawlnc room and dining cars Cincinnati to New York without change Train No 90 has sleepers to Cincinnati open at 9 oclock to receive passergers St Louis Springfield and he West No 44 No 16 No ao 8topm 8 3m a 35am 040pm 7 nam Louis Ar St 193000 8 40pm 9 33am Ar Springfield North Vernon accomodation leaves at 7 13 a m Lv Louisville Charlestown accommodation leaves at 3 30 p m except uday Trains Nos 16 10 and 44 have elegant day coaches Pullman parlor and sleeping cars to St Louis From East 7 95 a m 1915 noon 640 pm 19 95 a m 3 90 a m From West 7 9ta m 19 150 m 64op m City Ticket office southeast corner Fourth and Main streets Depot Seventh and river For drtail Information warding rates time on connecting lines sleeping parlor dining cars etc US BIIOWN addrrss O S W Ity Ticket Agent B District Pars 4th and Main Louisville Ky General Pas trigcr Airrnt Cincinnati Ohio O It WAKKKL ArslKtant Oenrrnl Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio dallT- - TKAINS AKHIVE Â¬ orJMCHKSSBROUGlt BANK Louisville H enderronSI I ruls Ryo SCHEDULE TIME Taking Effect M 630 oelck A U Sundaj Uaj 30 1897 Wttl Bound Train 43 Batt Bound Train Mail HAEIOTSBiraG Expra Expra Dally 4t0pm 603 53 6 40 6 48 Mall Sl STATIONS Expra Expr Dally Dally 7 30am 7 4H IvUnn ptar Kentucky St Willowdale Rock Haven Ekron Guston Irvlngton Doly 7 45p 818 8 SI 8 21 West Point Howard 12 12 11 For Air John Wanamnkcr 93 613 600 6trJ 618 626 83 8 12 8 51 859 9 07 Long Branch Hrtnilrnburg Webster RM JOLLY Heaven Help Us A that a young woman well known in that city but now living in the north whether she was driven by the yellow fever epidemic recently sent to her brother a letter on the back of whose envelope were writ ten thesi lemarkable words At any cost pay uir bills but do send us some money if It is only 5 cent Mother is starving and I have not Bold a box of matches for n month Father will soon be out of tho penitentiary but I dread his coming for he will Vat us so Oh brother turn from your wild life in the city and help us Think of your poor old mother and young sister sleepu g at nght on a doorstep iu tm cold cold snow I sing under windows for bread but people throw things at me Heaven help us This inscription wns read by manyp rsous before the letter reached Its destination aud they are wondering what on earth It means 1 From the New YorkTimwl New Orleans paper Bays 7 07 6U From the Lewlston Me Journal 6 31 712 5 22 7 20 Perhaps the largest and most valuable intpbfpt PMn nw riMF nE0siTS 951 518 7 2t 966 shipment of cats which was ever made 969 616 Holt 727 969 9 45 6 03 Cloverport 7 39 1011 from Malno has been sent out from the At tho Law Office of 9 40 6 00 Shops 1014 7 43 4 49 927 1025 American Express oillco of this city to Salllman 764 4 40 917 804 Ilawesvllle V G BABBAGE 812 1035 the well known merchant of Pnlladel 4 33 9 09 1043 Petrie 9 03 10 49 4S8 Falcon 818 phia John Wanamaker The sale was IN IIARDINSBUHO 8 64 Lewisport 8 27 1068 419 made by F N Nudd of Watervlllo and 8 47 1105 833 Waitman 413 You 8 38 8 42 01 1114 Powers it Is stated that it amounted to G00 in 8 27 3 63 1125 Pates 863 Owensboro 8 44 11 6am 818 90 clean cash as there wero 100 tabbies A Deed Mortgago or any writ 8 07 3 33 Mattlngly 918 1146m 8 02 and the most beautiful ones it has ever 3 29 ten instrument drawn Griffith Rent 9 21 1161 Stanley 1155 925 768 326 Â¬ been your reporters privilege to gaze upbuy or sell a piece of land 12 02 3 20 9 32 Worthlngton 762 99 1209 7 45 Ileads 313 on Thoro were black and white tiger Collections made and remit Spottsville 9 47pm 12 17 7 38 3 07 stripes yellow and white the Angora ances prompt Bassett 96tnrr 1224 731 301 lllQnm 1240 15 246n n whit1 which has the pink eyes the jet Copying done on the Call Trains Nos 41 and 41 make connection at Ir black and In fact the blue aud white graph the best type writer vinjrton dailv txcept Sunday with trains to and from Hardin burg and Fordsville Branch for thus alone cm the maltese of brilliant iu the world Only line running Parlor Cars between Louis color be dfpciibtd Tho rats were all ville Oweiboro and Hendersun Only direct line fiuely featured with feather dusterlike to the North and East For further Information 60 YEARS call on or address Ageuta or tails whicV Bhould excite the admiration EXPERIENCE HC MOBDUE A O P A of our city cousins who aro r atd to pay Louisville Ky from 10 to 25 for tho pat which would II L St L if y FordsviMe Branch m ike the retail price of the shipment at least 1200 The temporary home for TIME TABLE No 10 tho tabbies consisted of casket boxes di TAKING EFFECT MAY 30 187 vided in sections and openly crated up Trade Marks West Bound Trains designs Uitt Bound Train on the tow The American Express Copyrights c Daily Dally Daily Dally Anyone sending a sketch and description mar ex Sun ex Sun Companys agent along the route will STATIONS ex Sun exSur qulcklr ascertain our opinion free whether an No 2 No No6 No 1 furnish lunches aud drinkables so that Inrcntlon Is probatlr patentable Comrounlca- 1050am Lv Irvlnzton A r 9o0im tlons strictly conBdontfal Handbook on 1atenta this large funily will probably arrive in sent free Oldest acencr loraecunnirpaients 8 00 Garfield 1125 Co rocolro 1atenta taken tbronnh Munn 114 7 42 Harncd health and safty as all seemed vtry contftrUil notkt without charge In tbo 11 47 7 Junction 1165 7 27 llardinsburg tented when avii g here Scientific 661 669 915 9 21 9 31 9 32 9 43 Lodiburg Picrco Sainple Stephensport Addison 1145 1135 1128 1121 1112 1102 1063 1045 1037 10 21 10 20 1015 1007 10 02 f 0am 6 65 661 645 641 6 31 6 20 35pm 20 73 618 610 650 6t3 5 42 Can Get - Â¬ llSniDa fltttericait A handsomelr Illustrated weekly I I Â¬ 1 J Physicians Recommend WliNIBSMITHS During a third of a century has never failed to drive out all blood impurities Inmost cir Â¬ culation of any sclentldo Journal Terms IJ n yeart four months IL Bold by all newsdealers MUNN jlrancb Oillco 12 12 10pm 25 1235 Junction Kirk 7 17 Co3eBNew IYork Bt Washington a 25 B UK 1 6 120 1 5 155 2 05 ar Fallsftnughh Dempster Hock vale Glendeane Demnster Jolly 7 02 660 630 5 6 6 5 v 6 20 lit 44 The Time Tested Certain cure for scrofula pimples boils in fact the time tested spring medicine Sold by druggists and merchants everywhere areyoupolns to take atrlpl Do you suffer from Sevcio llrudaulie Beualck urvouiie nr or lxhiiutlimf Uhy not It all by uiije nuHiiaiAAH siiivriroi inhaiA 1C Help that headache cure t but nerrousnifen and eeulcLn aa by tho u e of nils Inhaler the trcatest stimulant and preventative known Wumltrlnl re Ilff In llay kimr and Asthma IVllUV tUSll MAN niVlt INMAIrlC and yun will dalwjs by If yu cat vi ll it Prvrlu Mill SO 84fr Hook jv ferlt v uuvaru timmms Kftkilv Int utiuiui POSITIVELY COIIE Arrroti Jiras Felling Mem prTIppotencyHleeplessnaiseto caused by Abut or other Kicaswa and Indis Â¬ cretions Thtu aulUlu and surli 1 lost Vitality lo old or younaand JMtore a man forstudr botlnM or marriage Ukn luifinm TbelrnM shows Immediate ImDrava mtoiano esecta a ihsre all other fall In sUt upon hating the geunfne AJax Tablets Thar DO YOU TRAVEL 215 230 2 5n ArVfHMliT Mitchell Ruth Aaxlsi Oaks Slu 28 0 23 ROfa- Safety Comfort Louisville rait and Evansville SARSAPARILLA Me7TmAN MADE TABLETS AJAX aL Packet Line jviau 11ns uetween YOUR FORTUNE rour betth KfLniita awful IIKKH That worry and arduous duties of a hotel man- Â¬ ager during busy season or the Worlds Fair were sufficient to breakdown a man ol more natural strength than myself Towards the close of the Fair season I found mysell languid dull bilious and nervous not taking the interest of a healthy man in my business Our house physician recommended your Blood and Liver Remedy and Nerve Tonic as the best remedy his life long experience in practice had discovered for my restoration and it accomplished the work completely To day I am a well man thanks tp your great remedy CHARLES O MARTIN Prescription lharmsclst Nut iljor abot Pr A Coi Cleverparl I O May 14 1894 M M Fennek M D Fredonia NTy Dear Sir- As you can well Imagine tho is ronrlinpplncss It your Keeptne Head mid Throiit clunr und aireniilu beultliy and ease OUSlIMANf HKNTIIOI INIIAJKlt Is toe mankind In all head troubles Louisville and Evansville STEAMERS M9JPJJnlBjdblnllaTntret appears byUi E G RAGON F M lljan Master W A Bishop Purw Sprikofihld ny Wnndarfnljn odor orCntnrrh V1 CISUIII Paul liar tiuis CO 11 Kererand r ill null In plain AJAX REMEDY CO wrtr dixit reMltvtof n TARASCON bV laCKIIKS llll ll Ct CUuih UU D L Penny Walter LT Connr Parser TELL CITY R II IUlUrd MMiar W The Intense Itching nnd smarting Inci dent to these diseases is instantly ullnyed by applying Chnmborlalns Eye nnd Skin Olntmont Many very bad cases have been permanently cured by It It Is equally efllcientfor itching piles nnd a favorite remedy for soro nipples chapped hands chilblains frost bites and chronic sore oyes 23 cts per box Dr rallys Condition Powders are Jnat what a horso needs when In bad condition Tonlo blood purifier nnd vermifuge They nre not food but medicine nnd the best in use to put a horse In prime condition Price 23 cents per package Tetter Sali IUioum nnd Eczema wl Purr LoulnllU quick- - Dally went rH P D STAGGS between and Ww XVB aHAiSBaVkaakdi2aM7aHa0H at iteaueri r usur nd Mcommodalloni The bust culinary r employed M cooki nd he menu Ii ual to that 0 the bast hotel Gteaerkl oflcM 176 and 178 th Atmus oaMd la equlpmeat r thai by Frlhi Atd by thli line iolppd IU find th Btfdy dallrerad Trrlr w LottUvllU B L PKMNY W W HIT tat 0V WlLUAWa T V k Owsmaboro Ky j Jfikfi tUh j jaaRttaJKi ya JL i tdnlbaiUat MWMMMIMinMMW MiMimmmwUfiuMuim miuituii i w rnn i u niiiniiiinwoaimiwiiiimuW M Miirai Ill wwgww wuiwmm If FA tTi in wpiaiimi wuwwwwiwihwwwwwww HW M klkC A HiMHHHHHHHHHHHHiMHHHHflHHHi 4- TUT FINKH NOW FOR ik--JgStg3 -- flllf - B JHA HJ IH A Full Line of Comforts and Blankets Set a hot pace for all other competitors and Dress Goods in Endless Variety IS SURELY Service and Cheapness Open Every Night A WTIDTlSrEIR can not be equaled in the city We still have a great line of Capes and Jackets which will be sold at a GOOD DISCOUNT rather than carry over until next year As to SHOES BOOTS DRY GOODS CLOTHING and GENTS FURNISHINGS we are the leaders and fear no competition by several lengths in its friendly and meritorious race for your patronage We are too much occupied in waiting upon eager purchasers to write a lengthy ad or quote prices but we do say that we are offering to the public a general line of goods which for This Week THE All A Blow msm s AtltKA H H m Open Every Night This Week Strictly One Price Goods larked in Plain Figures GLOVERRORT KY Wl 1S9 LOCAL Mid R If Wlllutt the missing cashier cf the defunct banks at English Marengo an Leavenworth Ind has returned to straighten up affairs who Mis Mayme Itidgley GrifTih has returned from Baidslown lt fc last week for Cincinnati to b the guest of her friend Miss Echo Hart Mr William Hall a successful farmer living near Webster butchered a lot of lings last week and in the lot one weigh ed 000 pounds He had a pair of scales which drew GO pounds but would not weigh one of the hams of this hog George Cjglesby of near Sorgho who has been visiting his brother E B Oglesby at Cloverport returned home at noon Thursdays Owensboro Dally Inquirer W O Grayson aged seventy two and a deputy sheriQ of Grayson county was married at Big Clifty last week to Miss Chattie Green a handsome young lady aged nineteen Capt Joe B Williams the well known towboat man has gone to South Ameri ca to look after some gold mines which he owns there Thursdays Owensboro Daily Inquirer Mr W O Stader is tho proud father of an eight pound girl Our congratulations are tendered Stephensburg Items in Elzabethtown News He is a brother of Mr H L-- Siader of this city Louis Altman a trusted bookeeper for the well known firm ot Charles Hosen hein Co wholesale china merchants of Louisville has been arretted for e nb zzing 23000 of tliu firms money Mrs Heitie Green wants to find an liontst man for her daughter who will be worth 110000000 Shecanflud him lu E z bethtowu without any trouble says Elzibethtown New and likewise she might find one iu Cloverport Mr and Mrs Fred Muiher of Q ilncy Ills have a daughter five days old who is dresoed in d ill clothe savs Louisville Vusr Thursday Dec 10 She weighs hssthan a pound without her clothing lit r face is not much larger round than a half dollar and her feet are a quarter of an inch iu length Shes healthy and eats well Very few people realize the import ance attached to slgniug their names to every petition presented to them Be sure you thoroughly understand every paper j on sign before your name is Utached to it else you may some day liud you have done something to be re urettd later Nochaig is made for this advice but it is worth a whole lot Not a little financial embarrassment enauts upon the failure to pay small accounts This failure is oftenest ex Â¬ hibited by persona who are abundantly able to pay but the sums are so small that they wait But those compelled to pay aro often sadly put out Tay up the small accounts Dont forget that short Do yo accouHts make long friends Â¬ OTHERWISE Opoaaum suppors bm not bad Go elsewhere to shoot your fireworks James Dean of Glendeaue was in town Thursday V D Holt of Holts Bottom was in towu Thursday New resolutions will soon be the topic of conversation Tvo pointer dogi were sold in II p klnsville last week for taxes V Vanderbllt leads the George world in tlio way of carrying life insurance Thorn bai boon d teded free to Mircer county over one hundred miles of toll road The best circuar is a newspaper that circulate thats the Bkeckknkidok News Koine men are like phonograplip they talk a great deal but never say anything original Tits p i iciplt atloe of diet at Diwaou Gty Js flap j iek and s eaten with greaie and molasses Frank Hull came in from WrbUer Tmueday where ho b w been spending a vie k huritlng Dune Humor has it during Chiiitmu nvka wedding into Occur which will bo a surprise to urny ClulatuiHB balls are tlie talk in IVt rj with tho other town of any of Cloverport Htmry 0 Biunoraud II nrlulta Cox of Grayson county were married last Wrdnttdiy in Jt ffersonville Joseph M Kenna Attorney Central la the President- - Cabinet his been appointed Juig of Supreme Court Cloverport is larg enough to support Wouldnt it be nice lo call A telephone up our fallow friends and hollow hello I The commander of the battleship of Kentucky will he presented with a sword from tin Kentucky Sute Ouardi Clint Jenkins purchased last week in the vicinity of Vine Grove Mead worth of hogs and catth 2 vcounty M 000 Binton will hold servicer M Itiv in the Presbyterian church Sundaj m irnlng and afternoon on D cembtr 20 h There are renters in this town who hardly become hjrallar with the location of the cistern until they are In another uWVt k understand the menuing of this It is distressing to notice the number of boys in this town throwing their val uabe time away louuging around on the street corners Which if applied to study would prepare them for almost any position The amount of money thrown foolishly away each day would purchase enough liturature at the end of one week and of the best to last for a period of six months at Dlngleylsm Â¬ from the New York Times flayor Weavers Appointments Major Weaver of Louisville sent to the city council last week tho following appointments Board of Public Works Charles Grainger Chairman T L JtiTersou Thomas Sattorwhite Secretary Thom as P Craig Board of Public Safety AV L Lyons chairman Ed Tierney II Lee Suter Secretary John Shea City Controller John Hancock Gas Inspector J Henry Hoertz City Buyer Harry Weaver Assistant City Buyer J E Wright Joseph HuflUkers appointment as law clerk has already been announced Ike Kelly will be chit f of detectives to succeed Capt Jacob Haager who will be appointed chief of police Mr John S Morriv who was in the race for city auditor will be given a good place In the city engineers de- Â¬ partment Ho will probably succeed Mr O O Koe who will become chief deputy under AsesorSmoniu Col It J Tilford wilt be Bulldiug Inspector Mayor Huenther will retain his present place on the police force and there will be no changes In tho captains Fred Bishop will have a gnod place in the board of safety office and It is said that CJiarles Kremer will bi giv- Â¬ en a berth Capt John We stfall superintendent of tlio Almshouse will remaih where he is Dr M K Allen is raid to liavo a cinch on the post of health officer Â¬ A press dispatch from Philadelphia re ports that the managers of the Poncoyd Iron Works are not greatly disappoint- Â¬ ed at the n cion of their bid for building a bridge over the river Ytel in Holland although it was the lowest bid They know that great objection had been made by the citlz ins of Holland and tho local bidders to allowing a Government contract to go out of the coun- Â¬ try It was presumable for tliU ref son that tho Dutch Government lias awarded the contract to a native firm which of Â¬ fers to build the bridge for 478000 4000 more than the bid of the Poncoyd Â¬ Iron Works We sjo no reason why the American firm should bo in the least disappointed We have adopted the policy of Dingloy- We forbid the ism and exclusion Dutch manufacturers to send their goods here Why should they take our bridg- Â¬ es bi The incident may well cause uneasi Â¬ ness in protectionist circles however In the first place the Am ricm firm un derbid the foreign firm That is a wick- Â¬ ed blow at tlu pauper labor idea on which protection is founded Then the appearance of an American fiin iu a It is a competition is disquieting symptom and not tin first that our much protected manufacturers have out Â¬ grown the homi market aud must look to foreign markets to absorb their sur Â¬ plus products Steel raiU to Jipan lo Â¬ comotives to Brazil in ehlntry to Aus tralia and now au ntlompt to njnd bridges to Holland O ily frus trnderd will rejoice at these unpatriotic ctlbrts ot our manufacturers to overleap the Chin of which the ese wall from the iurfld sure consequence wid he a demand that it be lowered or demolished altogether in fie interest of fraer exchanges both Â¬ Â¬ ways V V JfV Report of Gross School Grade Primary Nannie Curry 73 Veya Curry 75 Pleas Woods 11 Mary Haynes 87 Annie Baaham 89 B Verda Brown 00 Llllie Brock 8H Aulse Crab tree 80 Grade II Hessle Conner 91 Etta Woods 80 Era Springgate Of Eva Payne 02 Dallas Sprlngate 80 WaWo Con ner 04 Grade III Mary McCoy 0i Elfie Conner 04 Owen Conner OS Amy Hay nes 05 Stella Crab tree 00 Grade IY T CIInt McCoy 05 Stephen Haynes 08 May Woods 00 Dee Woods 88 Cleveland Grade V Â¬ Brock 00 - Jiome Whats the small boy going to do cuntBhootfirecrackerp rouian candles or any sort of fire works next week tis too bod Walker Conner 09 Gola Brown 00 Dlna Haynes 00 L B McCuouinh Teacher Guaranteed tobacco habit euro makes weak Bicu mruutf blood pure 60c 1 All ilruKtfUU for Fifty Cent The new foe of Dlngleylsm Is the American manufacturer who will be forced to run his mills on half time if he cannot have free access to foreign mar- Â¬ kets One dose of Dr Bells PineTay Honey given to a child ou retiring stops a cough relieves croup or cures a cold aud insures quiet rest and refrolilng sleep It is harmless Bubies love it All mothers who have used It recommend it Always llad to Oet It MiadowLan Dro 14 1807 J D Wo guaranteo satisfaotloa Loit MATTlNGLY Inclosed please Bdbbflg Dear Sir Teeth made in oho day Many have lost roulldence and hope find fifiy cents for six montl 8 more sub Teeth oxtraoted without pais scrlption to your good little paper We as well as health because tlmy have Items are sea ce been told their Kidney disease was In are always glad to get It Christmas la with us once more LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS curable Foleys Klduey Cure Js a Guar Â¬ YourV Miss Nannie Itau of P Hgih was here W E Hardaway remedy for the disccurcyd and anteed 944 FOURTH AVKNUK disconsolate A It Flsher Cloverport lsutt week Of Of A Man Yfcwtn O D Hrmblelon lias rental the Tar A Shellman Stephensport It Gordon fcr LOUHVULI KY 1111 AHaynep Pateevlllf E A Witt Har Springs for 93 llfMtU temtmbcr tkt NOMA mi KAM dlnsbuig Mr and Mrs Alfrd Hawkliw visit d I N relatives at Jo lya last week Misses Sallie Perkins and Ida Pate visited relatives at Cloverport last week Not wishing to boom our town but The colored church at this place is Misses Alice and Ada Brickey enterbusiness Beems to be reviving from some completed tained several of their friends Saturday unsoen cause MifH Lou Payne who has been quite night Cupid haa for some reason deserted ill is improving W N Pato went to Louisvill e Mon- Â¬ and quoth tho Bachelor Barney Thero is a great deal of sickness in day night with a lot of cattle sheep and maiden nevermore tliis community geese Guy Connor of Louisville bus accept- Â¬ B E Gray will move his telephone Mr II V Duncan was through this ed the position of driver for the new box to Ills fathers locality last week buying tobacco for J firm Bennett Willett B Pace H i v Lewis preached his last sermon George Chism has moved into the at Friendship Sunday Jack Tiulall accidently shot a hole Baxter house whore he will conduct a through his foot while out hunting lost Clill Payne of Big Spring came home siloon nud hotel in the future Saturday Saturday to visit his parents Horse racing with all its attendant S O Frank went to Louisville last Frank Glasscock of MuDaniels will evils is again appearing in our civil week with threo hogshead of tobacco move to this place next week community us the same old contagion but didnt sell It iv Duggius lias sold his property of former days There is talk of extending the mail hero to Robert Weatherford He will John Davis is now chief clerk for Thos route from Jolly to Cloverport instead back to Grasou county nvve Brown and hum appearances is making jTheio wero two weddings in this town an impression especially In the horse of stopping here Messers Gray and Burdette teachers lost Sunday Deeember 18 Mr Ward hitching department of the llalitown school will givo a spell- Â¬ Davis to Miss Jennie Scott and Mr Milt Protracted meetii g was held here last Davis to Mifa Llllie Weatherford Ilev week by the Revs bliacklett and Willett ing match next Friday evening All are invited Dugjins performed the ceremotiy at the Baptist church and several persons To correct an item of last week Mr acknowledged Cnrist and renounced C B Pato wishes to inform tho public No Humbug Satan that his goods are not purchased in Cloy Foleys Honey and Tar does not claim Charles Bayslnger starts for Tulsa 1 to preform miracles It does not claim T the 7th on a thirty days visit with erport but of strictly first clots whole Â¬ sale houses in Louisville and Chicago to cure all cases of consumption or his son Elilstia of that place Unce asthma but it docs claim to give com- Â¬ Charlie is goirg to hunt bar aud spec Chris tm is and New Years Hollda y Rates fort and relief In advanced stages of late in corn II VO M W KY theBO diseosfs and to usualy cure early O S W Railway Our school is lluuisliing under the As usual tho B stages It id certainly worth trying by or threatened with these skillful management of Geoigi Wiles has arranged for Special Holiday Rates those aflliited 11 A Fisher Clover- Georgo is oue of tlio boys of whom we for their patrons and will sell round dread diseases are truly proul and who claims the trip tickets from all stations to any point K port Shellman Stephensport friendship of oue and all in Central Passenger Association terri- Â¬ KA Haynes Patesvllle Gordon Opposition is spirit of business It causes tory Witt Hordinslmrg This territory covers St Louis Louisus to bj more just and energetic in Rocky Run School dealing witli the public Every business ville Cincinnati Cleveland Chicago Buffalo and Pittsburg Fifth Grade Maty DoJarnelt 03 2 5 hero has its opponent savo fetret rais Indianapolis Vera FqulreH 05 Andrew Squires 04J ing Jim lias thjit industry monopollz many other points Tickets on sale Dec 24th 25th 31st Fourth Grade Annie Flood 071 ed and Jan 1st Good returning to and in- Â¬ Gideon Rqulrcs 071 Nelle Miller 001 Oae of our merchants has resorted to cluding Jan 4th 1893 Helm Di Jurnett 0ij Lucy May 00 choking the necks of those worthless OiJ Clarunce E der AndBO 8 W Ticket Agent can Third Grad J John Flood 051 Sarah specimei s of humanity who make half give full information their living by denying honest accounts O P McOabty Flood 05J Gertrude Elder 00 well any Second Grade Uaa Muv OU Ben and get the other half by General Passenger Agent way If all merchants would follow his Wisin OU James Cullen 110 Cincinnati O examplothey would only be administer First Grade B rnard Eder 70 There are several others who made ing justice good grades hut all below 85 lu attend Mrs Mary Bird Harrisbuig Pa says ance are not given One of my brightest My child is worth millions to me yet Eva Maa name has been pupllH would have lott her by croup had I The Best Dsntal Work fn ttia Git removed from our roll by death She I not Invested twenty live cents lu a bot- Â¬ will be greatly missed by us all but I tle of One Minute Cough Cure It BIST S3CT 07 T3ITH 700 hope her name hia been enrolled on a cures coughs olds and all thn at and fairer piije in a brighter world than this No bettor made lung troubles Short b aj lies Tetcher Kleu Stlth Honest charges for all other work HARNLD PAYNESVILLE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ uiuuaxzr iuiitttiz 11 OASTOniA CZZK o Beautiful Presents for One and All And Santa Claus has once more brought his bountiful supplies to ADDISON Candies Oranges Nuts Etc Two pounds pure mixed Candy 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 Glass Chinaware Etc 05c -- DICKS Addison Kv 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 un heard of bargains Â¬ Â¬ 33 Carpets Matting Etc A First class Rag Carpet per yd 20c Beautiful Ingrain Carpets worth 45c at 30c Mattings at 12 Jc worth 2cc Matt gs at 10c worth 15c M ntt gs at 15c worth 25c Mattings at 20c worth 30c Floor Oil Cloth 25c yd Something nice in a hemp carpet at 15c yard worth 25c Lace Curtains Curtain Poles and Hassocks 2 25 White Fur Rugs Angoria Goat a beauty 36x72 worth 325 Smyrna Rugs reversible 30x60 225 worth 325 Smyrna Rugs reversible 1SX34 at 60c worth 100 Oico untl pure St k Candy One p nind French mixed Candy One pound linest Cream Mixed Candy -- Ono pound Kiss Candy A beautiful line of Penny Candle One pound of Pates One pound of Figs Two pounds of Mixed Nuf One pound Crown Raivin exn large Oranges 30c 35c and 45c per tln7cn Two packs of Htc Crackers Roasted CoflYe per pound Extra Good Green Coflcc per pound Salt per barrel 23 pounds of X O Fugar Roman Candles and Sky Rockets - - 15c 10c 5C IOC IOC 1 oc Cocoanuts -- - 05c IOC 05c IOC IOC 20c Tumblers three kinds per set Extra heavy Goblet per set 30c Shaving Cups rnl iraucers fiotn 25c set and up 10c Cups in china We have a lovely line or Fancy Match Holders 10c Lamp in hanging a tithe standard varieties both high and low decorated and undcoraed from 25c to 350 Lovely Vases Macaroni Sets Toilet Sets Wash Stand Sets Six pieces Glass Table Set sugar cream butter and In fact spoon holder 25c A nice Mohiscs Stand 10c anything you wish in Glass and Chinaware and at prices that are all a bargain i M Toys Our 5c ioc 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 nickel plated Fire Engine Hose Carriage something nice extra large Tea Sets decorated sold by other firms for 75c and one dollar our price 40c and 50c White enameled and decorated doll cradles and Bed Steds 20 different kinds of games such as Lifes Mishaps The Old Golden Locks and Three Bears Mill Parlow Foot Ball Strategy Bicj cle Races Pikes Pcuk or Bust Ring Loss Dominoes Checkers and numOld Maid erous Kindergarten games for the littlejfolks Dolls of all kinds and prices and hundreds of other toyt which space forbids us to mention Â¬ Â¬ ifl al 90c ft 00 Hardware -- Furniture Handsome 3 picce Antique and light finish httl room sets hand carved and worlh double at 1650 Full sized beds from 175 and up Something extra nice in a solid walnut Cradle Automatic Swing worth 7 50 at 4 50 A good Cradle worth 200 150 Cane seat Chairs worth 325 per set 2 75 Kitchen Safes 75c and up Extension Tables Fancy Tea and Card Tables Antique Rockets etc Â¬ A beautiful mu7zle loading double barrel Shot Gun 500 Double Hartcl Breech Loading Gun 75 Double Barrel Breech Loading Gun rubber hilt Something nice in Ladies Side Saddles 350 and up pistol grip too brake rebounding locks twist barrel a beauty for only Mens Saddles from f 3 00 up A heavy set of Breeching 950 e needing anything in this Zulu Breech Loading Guns worth 450 If you S 83 450 In fact we have before buying and A full line of both table and pocket Cutlery line it will pay you to see most anything you wish in Hardwaic and at prices very low how low our prices are Saddlery Harness Etc vt From now on until Christmas we will give you 5 per cent back on every dollars worlh of goods bought for cash Remember we want your produce Butter Eggs Furs Dressed Hogs Dried Fruit in fact anything that you have to sell Will pay highest market prices Remember our motto One Price to All Quick Sales and Small Profits Â¬ SSHSBcij Breckenridge Dats Me Right It agtggaB5ggg591ags5gRgRgg5g BIRCH BARK WASTEBASKET Hint Ior a Pretty and Norel Chrlttmai Gift -- News 22 1897 CUT OUT DOLLS GIVEN AWAY Â¬ BIGSPRING Miss Mary Richardson has returned from Vine Grove Mi is Bettie Clarkson will spend the WEDNESDAY DECEMBER Up and Down G Wheeler in Hojlon Trayeer ar a coon down on de evernew Named William Itettrjr FcrtULtw He owe ire twtnty doluht tew Dat needs mighty bad Vet whence I qneit dat cron ter pur He bluff me off from day ter day He di ne bean foln dat a uay Till lie de lollln mad I Now I te I yer waat I gwinterdo Ter William Henry KortUhew Le he done lettle up w id me le nex time I calls rutin Ill ill dat n tK h lew de flor Ancrack his hetd erkin de door Till he dore spit out blood an gtie Dat liiel lifcht up an down Hp will send to any address by mail a set of six cut out paper dolls and six ex tra drew 8 on receipt of four cents in stamps These dolls illustrate the uses and value of Diamond Dyes for coloring anything from eilk and ribbons to a Diamond Dyes heavy cloak or grown comu in all colnrs and should not be con fused with the cheap dyes coming in on- Â¬ ly a few colore that some dealers try to 811 for the sake of extra profits Write us at once for the dolls before they are Wemj Kichahdsov Co Bur- Â¬ gone lington Vt Â¬ Mimes Irene Board and Miss Molina Hunter were guests at Mr Bob Hubert sons Sunday Mr Dick Moorman is here aftersever al months day in St Louis and other parts of Missouri Uncle Dick Alvey did sell his property iu town and since our latt writing he lies moved to the country Willie Ovven will return this week frcm Eastern Kentucky where he has been for a few months in the timber busi Â¬ ness Mr Nail vho recently rented Julian Browns store lias gone to drumming again A jourg Mr Witt is clerking for him Satur Â¬ Im dunred an funned dat Fcrtultew lse tussd him till de air git blue Done wirned da Id lick him ten Terday Ker trratin me like dat iu de sun done let El he dont llqulilati dat debt Ill fiall hm out serine jobet Ha w nt kno uhar he at Ill do drslile 1st Ill do Wld William Hin y Ioiiltkew VJ he dont snetze dat money up Terday when I cats roun Ill stamp dat scrunrcl Tew de floor An flood his flat wld biro i an gore He wont come bunko iVkes no more Oat s me I rrght up an dcn GLENDEANE John Deane went to Louisville day Dr Dempsteru family spont Sunday with friends at Hock Vale Mr Tom Curtis from Illinois is visit ing his son our genial It It agent Little Johnnie Moorman has returned home after several weeks spent with her and road muster Hudson ot Louisville and Wick Moor man of Oloverpoit were here huutiug A M MeCricken Â¬ last week it Itf Henry Dtrst f jremnn of the bridge crew and his force are located here for sometime This force and Matheueya are making changes iu the looks of the road near to ad Matheueya latent success is a fine right of nay fence through grandmother Miss Alice Brown spent Satuiday aud Mis Moormans farm Sunday with Mrs IWtte Moorman The remains of Mils Mitta FraV ac Â¬ companied by her parents and other relativt 8 were brought hero ou Satur Â¬ Pboukamk days train Jlisi Fraze died at her parSong by the school Heading Biblo ents home iu Hendeism Ky and was lesson and prayer Readii g records for buried at her old home McDauiele the last six months Song by school Sunday An address how to make a Sunday The stores in Glendeane are beautiful school interesting Recitation by infant in holiday attire Christmas goods gal- Â¬ class Recitations by intermediate class The evil effects of tobacco and stiong ore Children ure delighted at the pro Mr A II Crausby of 158 Kerr St pect of Santa Claus coming at the end drink physically by Dr Strother and Memphis Tcun says that his wife paid no attention to a small lump which of the week Older people now are real spiritually by Clay Moorman Song by appeared in her bread hut it soon de- izing tiiat hearts dont chat gi much af School A paper by Frank Hardin veloped into a cancer of the worst type ter all and thoy too are happy witli It cltatiou by Daisy Meador Paper by and notwithstanding the treatment of the children John Carter the best physiciaus it continued to spread and grow rapidly eating two UTOII IIONOIt IOM It is easy to catch a cold and Just ns holes in her breast The doctors Miss Mury iejton leads this time with soon pronounced a general average of 01 83 Misses Hal R17 to get rid of it if you commence early to use One Minute Cough Cure It her incurable A LVpTiJVLaV celebrated New York lie Moouuni Kmmii Dee Moorman und cures cor gtiF colds bronchitis plieu specialist then treat- Alma Mattingly stand next taeh with moniaandall thioatand lung troubles ed her but she con- tJ8i Iuthu order of their standing It is pleasant to take safe to use aud tinued to grow worse Haynes and when informed the other names are Sallie Uobdtlsju sure to cure Short that both her aunt Paul Dempster Rosebud Moorman Mar milou III Clirlsttuu Biocklng i and grandmother had tha L 1oh ell Walter Moorman Liniiie Tho filling of tho stockings should died from cancer be Smith ltobert Moot man Elliott Moor gave the case up as not be intrusted to mora than ono perman Uvea Hunter May Dempster son aud to bo really satisfactory must hopeless Someone then re Styles HowarJ Nannie Fisher Monua not bo dono until lata Tho delight of commended SSS Hunter Mary Blanfurd U y Moorm in opening them must como at and though little hope remained she May Moorman Olllu lIosklnsGlen Fish Â¬ hour because tho children mayan early bo kept begun it and an improvement was no-Â¬ ticed The cancer commenced to heal and er Henry Mooruiau Jr Henry Moor- Â¬ waiting for their largo gifts until after when she had taken several bottles it man Sr EddiH Moorman Ada Matting brenkfabt but tho joy and delight of disappeared entirely and although sev- ly Jesse Itioder Otter 0eu Tills waking up nnd wuitiug until thero is eral vears have elapsed not a sign of grading is all very carefully done and light enough in tho room to seo what is the disease has ever returned iu tho Mocking is just half tho battle to get upon the honor roll at all imaus and old ago must bo advancing when the pupils doing goo J work Tim excel- Â¬ this kecu excitement is quite dono awny lence of Miss layton and thosa near her with SSS guaranteed purely vegetable Is Bomolhlrg qute complimentary Dr J 0 Bishop of Au new Mich Is a real blood remedy and never ails Some of our best to care Cancer Eczema Rheumatism hour or two too student through an says I have nwd Foleys Honey and much given to pleasure Scrofula or any other blood disease dropped to lowr places than thoy should Tar in three very severe cases of pneu our DO ok s monia the pest month with good re- Â¬ will be mailed occupy on the honor roll A It Fisher Oloverport sult It A free to say ad Â¬ dress aJwlt Stephensport Gordon One Mliuto Couch Cure cures nulcklv Shellman SpacUe Co A Witt Hardln Hay Haynes Patesvllle Thats what you wantl fihort Atlanta G nea burg Â¬ holidays in Brandenburg The Rev Newsorn an Evangelist is conducting a series of meeting at tha Methodist church Mr Nathan Board and Miss Anna Stackhouse will be married sometime duiing the holidays Wo havent heard the date Miis Lydia Ackley Clarkson ono of our most charming young ladies has gone to Louisville to spend sometime with Mieses Mamie Bernard and Lsttie Herndon Dr Joe 0en of Itd Bluff California enroute from New York where he has been taking a post graduate course was hero visiting his brother in law E W Jones last Thursday There will be a Christmas tree in Mr Dorans store room Friday eve Dec 24 All are asked to send their presents as there will be a committee there to receive and distribute same that night Mis Ljdia Ackley Clamon enter tained in honor of her birthday last Tut sday evening The following young people wero present Misses Ztlma and Bettie Clarkson Daisy Meador Messrs Jim Moorman John Meador Guy Meador and Dr Strother Mr Penick the Sunday School Super Â¬ intendent offered a banuer to the pupil that attended Sunday school regularly and had porfi ct lessons for the six montliB past being the last Sunday Ddc Sunday of the year he has decided to have a few recitations an I some papers read by lomeof the scholars Tno fol lowing programe will be carried out that morning instead of having the rig ular lessons Â¬ Many peoplo carry homo from their summer outiug pieces of birch bark which they hnvo stripped from tho glis tening trees during long walks In tho country Hero is n pretty way to utilizo Â¬ 3S4 Here is What You Can Do at Big Spring it A good sized pieco is needed to make n wasto basket although smaller ones are pretty to hold grasses ono that has been stripped unbroken from tho tree Mako a cylindrical foundation of very Meyer he Bottom has Fallen out 01 Meyer Meyer heavy cardboard just tho bIzo of tho bark Lino it with n protty colored sateen Cover tho ontsido with tho bark Cut n circle of tho cardboard to fit tho base of tho basket Cover ono side with tatcen wadded with cottou tho other with birch bark and placing tho sateen lining inside overhand it with strong linen thread to tho part of tho basket already made Tho ribbon which orna- Â¬ ments tho top Is slipped between the Plenty of Candy Cheap Too to Dry Goods Clothing and Notions Ladies Hand- - Vests on og S3 69 Ladies 15 Cents r Quote the kerchfs 3 for 5c Keep In Footwear at corner prices can you We have lately purch- Â¬ ased an immense lino Piice jetS All Warm This Silk Good Coffee We certainly please Mufflers See Them -- 1 10 lining and tho birch bark nnd cts Cancer It is then left to hang over tho edge ono long ono short alternately Tho end of each ribbon is folded to a point and is tipped with n tiny silvered boll A russet rod or any color snggestivo of autnmu leaves or elso a palo green or light bluo harmonizes well with tho sil Â¬ ver gray of tho birch placo with silk of tho samo color sowed in Per Pound 20 cts Over Buys A Gents Under- Â¬ Buys Just for a Moment A Jackets L M j shirt coat Black Oapes 10 4 Blankets - - 1 1 - 60 28 69c IX MEYER The Holiday Man Ai Â¬ THE WONDERS UF SCIENCE Hook That I CMful and Ornament An Eminent New York Chemist and Scien- Â¬ A very useful Christmas Rift for a friond who owns a chafing dish is a lit- Â¬ tist Makes a Free Offer to Our tle recipe book filled with directions tor Readers savory dishes that can bo easily inado Tho distinguished New York chemist in that over ready little cooking uten- Â¬ T A Slocuui demonstrating his discov- Â¬ sil The covers aro mndo of heavy ery of h m table and absolute cure for brown linen with a snltablo design Consumption pulmonary Tuberculosis and all bronchial throat lung and chest di8aseo slibboru coughs catarrhal all etintip KW11 ial decline aud weakness hsof flesh and all conditions of want iig rtWHy will wild THREE FKEEBOT ThES all different of his New Discov- Â¬ eries to any hfllictrd readerof theBcKCK knhiduk Nkws wtltirg for them His New Stiontlflc Treatment has cured thousands permanently by Its timely uie and he considers it a simple professional duty to suffering humanity to donate a trial of his Infallible cure ScIi uch dally dvelopa new wonders drawn with brown etching ink or work aud thia treat chemist patiently experi Â¬ ed in brown linen thread on tho front menting fur years lias produced results as bentflclHl to humanity as can be cover Insido aro a dozen leaves of claimed by any modern genius His asÂ¬ strong llneu paper on which aro writ Â¬ sertion that lung troubles and consump ten In brown ink recipes for Welsh tion are curaine in anv cnmaie is proven rarebit creamed oysters omelets and by Heartfelt letters of gratitude filed every imaglnablo concoction that can In his American aud European laborator bo mado In a chafing dish Thero aro Its In t lions mds from those cured in all many now to bo found in tho uows parts of the world pers some of them tho work of Medical t xperts concede that bron Â¬ best cooks that it is very easy mat chial chest and lung troubles lead to to gather enoagh toa fill tho book Consumption which uninterrupted few pages should bo left blank for the nipans speedy and certain death recipient to writo now or favorite re- Â¬ Simply jvrite to T A Blocuni M 0 cipes Tho writing should of course 08 Pine sttvet New York giving post bo very clear and distinct offlcH and express address and the free medlciiiH will be promptly sent Suffer Â¬ ers should take instant advantage of bis generous proposition To Cura Coaitlpatloii Vomer Please tell the Doctor that you saw Tk9 CaadCatUrUa lOo orJta his offer In ha Bssckskbidok Niws If O C C fall ty our dfUffuUM refund mostj Lung Troubles and Consumption Can be Cured PRETTY CHRISTMAS GIFT CliaflDg-- DUb Iteclp Of the Breast Â¬ V 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Lust summer thero was a jolly party of friends camping together iu tho Dlno mountains und this young woman with her enmern outfit who an enthu siastic participant iu tho delights of tho out of door Ufa Of courso a scrios of viows aud groups was tho result Sho is now busy evolving from these viows a dozen effectivo little volumes to bo nscd as tokens ou tho2fith of tho month Tho leaves of tho boolis nro out from heavy cardboard into which tho photos aro sot as iu an allium Tho leaves aro not sowed or pasted but tied together with inch wido ribbon at the points where a bound book is caught with thread or wire Â¬ Souvenir Ior ClirUtmni lift A bright girl is eoucoctiug a square dozen of souvenirs for Christmas gifts N01 ALWAYS A UNDERSTOOD W0 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A Real Blood Remedy Â¬ 2l 9crts will give a holiday air to tho littlo ro membrauoo that will add greatly to its value The prettiest way to dress a Christmas gift and tho ono that savors most of sloighbells and freshly fallen snow is to wrap tho parcel In glistening whlto French tissuo papor and tio with silver oord or scarlet ribbon slipping a bit of crisp holly or mistletoo through tho knot and then fastening iu a bow Natural flowers aro also used For ox ample a duluty box containing a gift ror a iiny cnim is wrapped In snowy paper and tied with white satin ribbon of tho narrowest width through which The word costermwiger was orhjflmil is thrust a bunch of tiny rosebuds their ly oostnrdmouger that Is apple eller ends just turning pink In using flow His noisy maimers were commented ers their color should always follow Uta upon iu QMtu Elisabeths There color scheme of the gift far as possl- - aw now over W000 costers day Loudon iu Â¬ Bcndlnf CurUtma FrcienU A Mord about tho manner of sending a Christmas gift A dainty wrapping fact often overlooked or not always understood is that women euQeras much from distressing kidney and bladder troubles as the men Tho womb is sit- Â¬ uated back of and very close to Ihu bladder and for that reason any dlstriss disease or inconvenience manifested iu the kidneyp back bludder or urinary passage is often by raiftak attribute d to female VieaknesH or womb trouble of some sort The error is easily madu and may be as easily avoided by setting urino aside for twenty four hourf a sediment or nettling is evidence that your kMny and blad Â¬ der noed doctoring If you have pain or dull aching In the back pus Waterloo frequently or scanty supply with smart ing or burning these are also convinc ing pruoia oi money trouble If yiu have doctored without benefit try Dr Kilmers Swamp Root he geut kidney remedy The mild and the extraordi nary effect will surprise j on It standi the highest for Its wondeiful turea If you lake a medicine you should tak the bett At drUKtjinta fifty cents and one dollar Yi u may have u sample bottlo and pamphlet both seut fret by mail Mention Tiik Uhkckknuiihik Nana and send your uddrew teDr Kilmer 5t On Bit glntmton N Y The proprietors of this paper guarantee Hit guuuioensi of this offer Â¬ i j I u A ti