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RIDGE WE WISH ALL OUR READERS A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR S NO 34 Royal makes tha lood VOL XXII CLOVERPOKT CHICAGO COLISEUM BURNED One Person Burned In Death and Several Have Narrow Eecapee Chicago 27 Deo Tho Coliseum KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 29 1897 NOW A A x f W Falthlei Lover Iteeponelble For It til n Ini Tno Llvet Louisville Dec 24 Emma Delicus building at Sixty third street and Stony was looked up at tho Central station Island avenue in which Hon William yesterday a raving lunatie Tho girl is a natlvo ot Germany Whilo living J Bryan was nominated for the presi- Â¬ tho United there a fow years ago sho became betho DemOfficers at dency ofparty was States bynight de Japan Stands Ready to Help Out the Present Situation of Discussed by Army ocratic Friday the Inhab- Â¬ trothed to Godfrey Darrowtkl His Cries Were Raised of Death to stroyed by fire This is tho second tlmo poverty made marriage impossible so British Government In Her Washington the girl gavo him 1000 whioh sho had that tho great structure in its history ot itants of Dawson Americans less than threo years has been laid in Undertaking and told him to go to Amcrioa and es tablish himself after which he should rains City CUBA IN SITUATION EiThobnlldlnp had been rented for an REMARKABLE send for her and they would bo mar exhibition of a manufacturers exposiried tion and was filled from end to end LOOKS AS IF A WAR WAS INEVITABLE Darrowski came to Louisville but Two Hundred Arrests Hade Before squandered tho monoy the girl had Looks Like an Opera BoufTe War to Amer- Â¬ with booths all of which burned with A Returned Klondlker Thinks There The Disturbance Was their contents Three hundred persons given him and forgot her Sho remained faithful and unwilling connected with the exposition were in ican Military Observers Why Quieted Will be Starvation There tho hngo structure when tho fire began Forty Seven Warships In the Near to wait longer wrote a letter to Dar In attempting to save their personal ef- Â¬ Senator Frye sowski last April telling him sho would This Winer fects many had narrow escapes from come to Louisvillo and marry him deVicinity of death spite his poverty N H Johnson was burned to death Corca Overcome by romorso Dartowskl en A Serious Enaagement Has Probably Opposes Charles Page Bryan Uncle Sams He was a fireman employed about tho the day he received tho letter threw An Attempt Will be Alade to Relieve himself beneath a train on the Jacob Taken Place Near building He had evidently remained Proposed Armour Plate bridge and was crushed to death Mean at his post until the lost rrioment Then The Starving People Havana he rushed toward an exit Within a while the girl had left home and know London Deo 27 A special dispatch Factory few feet of the door an lmmenso piece nothing ot her lovers death until she It is reported of glass fell from tho roof pinioning from Shanghai says i cached this city She had remained mm to tno eartn wmio tuo names Blow with friends sinco but her mind had that 17 British warships are off Che ly smothered him NEWS John oeen steadly failing Seattle Wash Deo 27 OTHER CUBAN WASHIKOTOV Deo C8 Special Dur According to figures given by the ex Â¬ mulpo Corea southwest of Seoul supYesterday morning sho was Lindsay of Olympia Wash who has wandering on tho Jacob bridge found ing tho discussion caused In ofllclal and hibitors and managers of tho vailoui porting tho British consuls protest at tho concessions tho total loss is 703350 really amounting to an ultimatum just arrived from Dawson City says spot wh2ro Darronskl had killed himmilitary circles hero by tho killing ot Colothere will surely bo starvation there self The pdiipal losers are Coliseum nel Ilulz tho Spanish omlsiar In tho Insurgent camp near Havana both vlowg company on building 100000 j Colise- Â¬ against the kings practically yielding this winter Ho examined into tho food TRAGEDY IN PENNSYLVANIA Tho Christmas Havana Dec 27 the government of Corea into the hands situation in a thorough manner ho havo been warmly supported The weight um company on interior properties saturnalia was brought to a close by a 100000 of the Russian minister The protest says and after satisfying himself that A Man and Ilia Wife Shot and Killed on tcrious riot which was quelled by tho of opinion now scorns to bo that It It Is Hostock carruolls and toboggans l 100000 Biblical paintings thero would bo starvation ho sold hli Chrlilinae Day truo Itulz was acting as an agont of GenfDr Valentino who used 25000 Streets of is spociaty directed against the dismis Indiana Pa Deo 27 Milton Neal pollco accordance their swords eral Blanco carrying authority to offer a Cairo and Congress of Eastern Nations sal of McLeavy Brown British adviser outfit and in company with Frank Bal with their custom tho In laino of Olympia Wash Tom Story and his aged wtf o were shot to death by brlbo to Nestor Aranguercn for leaving stock 20000 On this there Was an to tho Corean customs in favor of the of Victoria B C nud Bob Glynn of nn unknown assassin at their home near Spanish population gathered Friday tho Insurgont army and surrendering to insurance of only 120000 night in the Parque Ceutral to celebrate tho Spanish then tho revolutionists aro Russian nominee The news has pro Scattlo started out out on fcot each Jacksonville nine milet southwest of Christmas by singing sons peculiar to ONLY THREE PEOPLE INJURED absolved from blamo for taking tho unfor man drawing a sled cairyiug about NO here tome time during Christmas various provinces of Spain and dancing tunato mans llfo Army officers who havo 4n Electrlo Car Hum Wild Down a Steep duced consternation at Seoul which is pounds of provisions Lindsay says Their bodies at 9 heightened by the knowledge that Ja- that tho Dawson pcoplo beliovo that that night by were found Harryoolock Almost all were armed with knives and made a spoolal study of this question say 111 their son who A large tho Insurgents would have been Justified clubs fig lit 3 being frequent Pkovidkxce Deo 27 At noon yes pan has a fleet ot 80 warships awitfetlag thero 1b no great amount of food at Fort was passing tho house and stopped to f oroo ot police were present but there undor tho circumstances In shooting Itulz Yukon as has been alleged Tho river pay a Christmas call terday Camp street electrlo car ran tho result of the British representation ovon If ho did not carry authority to bribe When young Neal tried to outer his was no interference with the festivities for it Is admitted ho did not approach tho wild and rushed down Olney street bill that Japan fully support Jap n is roso sufficiently and remained oponed until about 4 oclock when most ot the commanding general under a Hag of truco with tho speed of an express train aud irritated by tho arrival of Russian long enough to enable food supply to parents home he found the doors crowd becamo frenzied from drink and He forced hit way in through have been brought from Fort Yukon locked for tho purpose of proposing a treaty of shot across North Main street and iuto Death to the cellar and on entering the Bitting hostile cries wero raised penco or an armistice If such was his purthe corner of a frame building The troops in Corca and it is belioved that and Yukon had there been any thero Down with Autonomy horrible sight met him On a Americans pose ho had no business with Aranguoren Tho poodIo of Dawson belloviuir that room alay impact of the collision was so great sho will oppose them tho form of his mother her Viva Woylcr Down with Blanco who was only a subordinate but tho man that some of the heavy was not amplo food at chair iron work on i Accoiding to advices from Tokio thero Yukon refused to go suppliespre face entiro blown away At her feet were some of Vivalos Voluntarios ho should have approached was General there Fort tho car was doubled up and the corner Japan has offered to assist the officers ferring to remain her Qomoz or at tho very least tho commander No mora was side husband with a ghastly hole In the cics in post ot tho building which aoted a i at Fekin in drilling the Ohineso army than 800 or 400 took Dawson tho of nis head At his side lay a of tbo Cuban forces In that district Gen Â¬ advantage of tho Then the pollco closed in and a squad buffer for the runaway car was badly and to consont to a postponement of the transportation company s oiler to take double barreled shotgun the implement ron of mounted gendarmes drawn np eral Itodrlguoz of death splintered That the occupants of ths Although army officers thus acquit the charged war indemnity Many of the viceroys tho people to Fort Yukon freo of There is nothing to indicate that tho in front of the German club ensued charge Cubans of blame especially In view of tho car escaped with their lives is remark with drawn sabers A crime was committed for plunder as in the mob in which were pauio women able There were about 10 passengers and Fokin oflloials favor the proposal When tho miners at Dawson found many warnings which thoy had Issued as to tho According to a dispatch to The Daily that uo more provisions would reach tho Mr Neais pocket was a 10 bill and a fleeing in every direction but tho crowd fato of emissaries who should approach 1n tho cor at the time besides the motor- 20 bill lay on tho top of a dresser The The injured Mail from Shanghai it Is reported town by the river route they unnouncol sell sides by tho camps with any other proposals than man and the conductor their was hemmed in on thoso of Independence many publlo nion aro that a meeting would be held to take friends say they havo a clew upon police mounted and afoot who struck Mrs Sarah Malufskr crashed ami there from rellablo sources that a Brit steps for apportioning tho provisions in which thoy will at once begin work to out savagely with their swords This still condemn tho insurgents far shooting ish forco landed at Chemulpo on Satur Â¬ the town Thoso that had plenty they trae down the murderer a man who was undor a flag of truco The braised in tho abdomen and head cut continued until tho mob was thoroughConductor I F Mott shoulder disday and caused the reinstatement of taid must sharo with thoso who had ly cowed many being wounded and not effect of tho Incident appoars to bo ROBERT S RYAN HANGED located and bruised about the upper MoLeavy Brown Tho same dispatch none Captain Constantino of ths tli ou the police formed a cordon ground Botno llttlo damngo to tbo causo of Cuba part of the body Nortwest mounted police interfered North Carolina Moit Hardened Criminal the square and proceeded to make pris in tho opinion of publlo inon at this capi- Â¬ Charles Holmes bruited about right refers to A native rumor that tho and told tho miners that no such thing Dice on the Oalone oner of the riiiglfiiders of tho demon tal Union Jack has been hoisted on an would be permitted Tho meeting was leg and back Injured A Remarkable Situation Raleioii Dej 81 Robert S Ryan stration g One of the most surprising things was island in the mouth of tho river not held Two hundred prisoners marched to Ono army offloor pointed out to mo tho North Caronat mott hatdened crimthe Lindsay says the output will bo great remarkable fact that tho Insurgents aro the escape of stuck motorman Louis E inal was hanged at coon yetterday fcr prefecture Among them were many Morrow who to his post of ablo to maintain a camp so near Havana Tho Fekin correspondent ot Tho ly curtailed this winter becauso of the the murder of hit wife Hit neck was officers of the volunteers On four cirscarcity of food and light Coal oil sold officer wero found bandies of that Colonel Ilulz was ablo to travol to It iHOT AND KILLED HERSELF Times Bays The government refuses for 45 a gallon and candles aro as high d located by the fall Ryan was nervy the cular declaring Spains honor has been within n fow hours Thoy suggost that Ho taid he was not torry compromised by granting autonomy to ths latt this Is after nil tho chlof slgnlOcanco of Another Society Woman of Washington to placo thoDikin under foreign coutrol at 180 a box of ono hundred Even if fcr the crime but regretted that he wat aud calling on all loyal Spaniards to re men aro ablo to work their claims they as security for the loan proposed by the label Her Onn Life tho Ruiz episode Thoy marvel that tho galng to heaven whiie hit wife wat a sist to the ntmost Copies ot these cirWlSHiNOTOU Deo 27 The rucent Hong Kong and Shanghai bank and can not get light to do so Spanish military authorities permit an These statements are borne out by all hel When asked by the sheriff if as culars were also found scattered in tho army of tho enemy to camp almost within tragrio death of Miss Leila Herbert the asserts that unless the loan Is procurreturning Klondikors quite n number w bi ready re replied Let her go streets the next morning sight of the Cuban capital which is at all daughter ot the ex secretary of ths able without this condition arrange ot whom have reached here the past No further details are at hind regard Â¬ On the night ot Deo 7 Ryan came to times filled with the soldiers of Spain navy it given as the reaton for the sui ments will forthwith bo made tor a week Few ot them however take s in tho To tho suggestion that during the Into rehit wife t gate and demanded money ing General Pandos operations serious bellion a Confederate army was for a long cide which occurred yesterday of Misi Russian guaranteed 4 per cent loan of gloomy a view of the situation as does Hi had been drinking It was hit first Orient but it is expected that a engagement hat already occurred appearance at home In wauy days Be tlmo encamped near Washington the re Â¬ Annie Virginia Wells an accomplished one hundred million taels to be issued Air LindsayBradloy of Roseburg Oro Dr B L fore the woman could comply Ryan ISew B ot the remit is anxiontly awtdted ply Is mado that tho casos aro not at all young society woman and daughter ot 03 net says that food is scarco but he does not sezed her by the hair pulled back her at the palace similar Tho Confederacy and the Union Mr Lewu S Wells a well known at- at General Gomez is again in tho Baddle Tho security would be the land tar think there will be actual starva The young woman shot herhead and drew a sharp kn Jo across her wcro about ovenly matched in point of torney tion Neither do W B King of Mer- Â¬ throat and using all his efforts to prevent tho numbers at tho outbreak ot tho war self through the heart with her broth which would remain under Chinese ad- ced Cal P of Butto Mon J Holland He wss captured in a few hourt and grinding of caue Work on sugar esSpain on tho other hand has bad In Cuba ers revolver at the resldenoe of her ministration China in return would Thomas Story of Victoria or Robert Tho tates is practically suspended ic l mnatos tried convicted and sen flvo times affnnany soldiers as tho Insur- Â¬ father 13 N Btreet northwest give Russia a monopoly of the railroads Glynn ot Seattle all of whom reached tenced proprietors of the Caracas estato the gents could placo In tho field with all Uio Miss Weill had met Mist Herbert a Hit two daughters taw httc do ths tecond largest sugar plantation in tho itmplo supplies of weapons number of times and was very much north of the great wall open a port at I here iatt week from Dawson the 3mote advantages them world have been notified that thought and ammunition If there was a small attached to her She herself had been a terminus oi a railway truns aiuenanj ct As an having left thero on Novof food frlphtfoi aeod instance ot Ryan was long known as an ontlaw ett attempt to grind will be the slgna party of rebels within 100 miles of Wash confined to the home for four monthi and would agreo that a Russian should 1c Dawson Lindsay the scarcity case ot relates the for the total destruction of thit ruluablo and drunkard ington they would be wiped out in 4 br tllness and this combined with tha succeed Sir Robert Hart as director ot Dr Vanstindts formerly of Spokane property Six estates In Havana jrov hours shock caused by ths death of her friend Washington PEOPLE NOT STARVING Vansandts is an elderly DAWSON ince wers burned this week A gentleman who recently pent much brought on melancholia winch resulted Chineso imperial maritime customs If man and being without provisions or General Parrado with hit force re- Â¬ There Are Tito Ttioueand People Sufferitlmo In Cuba tells me that oor slnco the in suicide The deed was apparently these conditions should bo permitted money ht offered a gold watch for turned to Havana Friday night afler ng- For Food at Fort Yukon war started tho Cubans havo been ablo to entirely unpremeditated and coming British trade interests would suffer se tack of Hour He could not get it and a fruitless attempt to turronnd and cap maintain camps within a short dlstanco immediately after Ohristmai festivities verely Victokia B 0 Deo 24 A P Mc ture Colonel Aranguren who is not God only knowi remarked to Lindsay of Havana Various efforts have bocn in the house completely prostrated her I am to keep body and tool toQuillan a pissenger from tho north on officially admitted to be alive The The Shanghai correspondent ot Tho tow Miss Wells was 83 yean mado by the Spanish authorities to rout aged mother the steamer City ot Seattle arrived tebels had al fled to Pinar del Bio pro Times says The aloop Phoenix sailed gether them out and onco or tulco they have of age and very beautiful Lindsay sayt the hundred or more here yetterday Ho says there Is enough v nee after the execution of Colonel as soon as tho Spanish suececded lint Sunday uuder orders to join the British miners are prospecting at tho mouth ot food in Dawson to Fir From an OverheeteJ Stove last tho 6000 men Ruiz General Parrado will iaka tha approach their position tho Insurgents run Sandy Hook N J Doo 27 Tho squadron Tho utmost secrecy is pro Stewart river but nothing is known as now there all winter those wlthoai field again in a few days No sooner huve tho royal troops away yet what success they achieved won this sort of a victory thon they office storehouse- stable and one of tho served with regard to tho lattera movelood about 2000 iu number having A SUSPICIOJ3 VESSEL Henderson gladly return to town to sit about the lodging houses all wooden buildings ments but gossip here suggests that its Stewart river creek 40five miles below gone to Fort Yukon miles from Daw and 1h riletboat Somen X Smith Cuariled cafes telling of their prowess Then ot at Camp Low were consumed by fire destination is Major Walsh the Canadian adminton It a promising stream and it it be nt Mobile At course tho tnsurgouts como back and early Sundry morning Camp Low istrator is now encamped at Big Salleg developed this winter China Olvlnc Way to Germany rcocoupy their old camp So It Is that towas cstablrhed at the former landing Mobile Deo 27 If pllotboat Homers He will endeavor to break a trail mon The weather about the Stewart aud day one may If he knows how start out of the Sandy Hook boats During the Berlin Deo 27 An inspired Chi Big been bitterly through to Dawson but does not expect N Smith of Pentacols gets out of this of Havana nn horseback In tho morning cholera scar- a few years ago the wharf neso organ published here says that tho cold Salmon rivers has zero being reto reach tluo until Feb 1 He tay he pert with filibustering expedition ho 70 degrees bolow and at night bo In a camp of tho insurgont and platform wero Inclosed and roofed Chineso omperor in order to avoid the corded at Major Walsh scamp i mllei will allow minors to stake claims in wU have to rnn over the cntter Seward over and several hundred passengers reproach of having I notice the olllolal dispatches troops blocks ot 10 retaining the adjoining 1 ceow the Big Salmon on Nov 30 lost territory ic ths river and the cruiser lloutgomerr sent out by tho permission of General were kept in quarantine The marine lease Kiao Ohaa to Germany in will All claims ca cQ Tho Yukon river between Dawson for the government per ths tar Ths Smith was here in Blanco tell how the Insurgents are burn- Â¬ hospital service abandoned the station Peily froze completely over on Quartz creek are now staked and wilt August last was dooked and black and ing cancflclds and sugar plantations in last year and the buildings were pur- petuity at a low rate with all the rights Nov Fort The river is piled full of ice probably be as rich at Eldorado aud Bo 18 sovereignity beaded and had a speed whee put in Havana province It looks like an opera chased by a contractor who used them of Hon Koug that England exercises lo great ridges at high as an ordinary uanza ciecks at as a largo noarning camp for the embouffe war to American military officers Also took off the figures off hersmoko houso and a icadway will have to be OTHER DANGERS THREATENED ployed iu building garrison quarters at HORRIBLE HOLOCAUST ttack and went to sea at night bound Joke on Charles rage Uryan cut through it before dog or horse teams China Will 11 Luckr If Nothing- but lliff rumor afterward said to Cuba with 60 Thcro is a good joko on Colonel Charlos Fort Hancook An overheated stove It A Woman and Her Nine Children Burned can operate upon it The outlook thero supposed to have caused the fire men an board and a lot of arms and am lcllpie I1IU tier Pago Bryan tho Chicago man who wants lore for taking supplies down to Daw to Death No trace of thit expedition iminediato futbre is not to bo minister to China and who Is llkoly Struck II jr a Train London Deo 34 A dispatch from munition T Losdon Deo 27 A Mrs Jorvls and ton in ths to bo nominated by tho president after tho Fekin states that great alarm ts being wat afterward found however and Nodlesville Ind Deo 47 A atal her nine children the youngest a baby Good Inspector of Mines McGregor left felt throughout China concerning the WiUiam Bazzell commodore of the holiday recess though his confirmation Is accident cccurod at Terhune tmall Fenaoala Pilots association presnm fcero a week ago with a number of dog doubtful Mr Bryan has boon in town town northwest of this city Saturday were bnrned to death at 6 oclock San ot month ably the wuer ot the tug denied em day morning in a four room cottage oo for some tlmo looking after his own Interteams and horses to make tho attempt coming eclipse is the sun nexth prove feared will a phatically chat ilia Smith wat in the ests and among tho many senators upon night Mr and Mrs John Moore and enpied by the Jarvis and two other to reach Davison with about 80 tons of and which it provisions but nothing has sinco boen token of ill omen to the imperial house ivibustemng business whom he caned to talk of his caso was Mitt Clara Brattam were returning families iu Dixie street Bothual Green By royal proclamation the day is to aTwo weeks ago tho tug reappeared in heard of him In spoaklng ot the from a Christmas entertainment when London Mr Frye of Maine The unfortunate family occu a northbound freight I rain on ths bo observed as one ot worship and the Pantaoola and came immediately under matter afterword Mr Frye naively said i pied tho upper floor FIREMEN HURT THREE emperor and court will spend the entire tuspioiaa the papers there saying the It was rather queer but I was for Monon struck- their carriage Mitt By Oa Will Die at Ileiult of the Ilumlng- - at 24 hoars in the penitential hall The cruiser Montgomery was on watch over Bryan till ho oalled on mo and talked with Brattam skull was fractured and ths tho a strange coincidence Mr Jarvis womans husband who had been Mrs Moore can not her The papers also said the Smith proclamation applies to Chinese am me about ten minutes and then I was died at midnight a lilt Chicago llulldlnff docking for repairs that tho bassadors consuls and others the world against him and I expect to bo against recover Mr Moors was sightly o Buffering from consumption died in tho Threo firemen over and presumably to Chinese colon- Â¬ needed doclu were too busy but take her Oiucaoo Deo 87 jured Mr and Mrs Mooro wen mar- workhouse infirmary yesterday afterto Mobile him to tho ond were Injured ono fatally and two seri- - ies lu other lands ried on Thursday and this was Wis noon without having heard of the disNevertheless idio arrived here Thuis Colonel Bryans friends Insist howovor onsy anrt 123000 damage was done day and immediately went on the Mo that ho Is well qualified to bo minister to first time they Lad been away torn aster Froten to Death Mrs Jarvis earned a scant living by by a Are Saturday in the 0 ttory build home together tblle ways at the foot ot Augusta street China and that bo will bo confirmed Chicago Deo 87 Scanlslaw Cacocz tto be repainted making matohboxos and her rooms The manager of the ng Fifth avenue and Monroe street Senator Fryos experience with the pro Woman Badly Iluruil were filled with Inflammable material occupied by the Knickerbocker Shirt a Polish laborer residing with hit wife ways tays tho ptit on her does tiot -O spective minister to China romlndsmoot Deo 27 Mita Clara Cantoncompany suit a number of other con arid five children at 1341 Teroudolos seed renewing and is just at good at story ot Senator Wolcott One day a west Japan Diet Dleeolved Shieldi aenu0 was found frozen to death when put on four meet lis ago ern man with views concerning tho way Shields daughter of R 3 attorney Washington Deo 27 A telegram corns been followed it laid tho government should be run and tho former United States district Captain Dennis beneath the sidewalk at the corner of fatShe the portto have oinlter Montgomas TJio nturod are Â¬ has been roceived at tho Japanese lega by the ns Hi street and Houston finances In particular called on Wolcott wat teversty burned at hor Lome yes MoSweeney fell from sixth story when left his home early in thaavenue Cacosc ery Telegraphic orders were tent evening tor Her clothing Ignited from c tion announcing that the diet was at the capltol and talked to him for about day root c6Jlapd injuries fatal John the purpose of purchasing Christmas her through Mobil SatottVay night and an hour He laid down the law In moqt open gas tire place and her father an formally opened by the emporor on the Keniiey tr kmau badly cut with presents No money was found on the the collector was notified to be on the eloquent and Insistent stylo the Colorado twering her shrieks for help found her 24th inst A vote of no confldencowai glass James McCambridpe pipeman lookout for filibusters United States body and If the man had purchased senator all tho time doing his best to find In flainet Ths lower portion ot uu proposed in the house of representatives Co Foster arm and tho diet was dissolved on the 35th goods broken F A tho heaviess dry any toys or randlet for hit little onet Mtrshal Sinunoas wont onboard the a loophole for escapo finally he reached tody and Imbs were toverelr onmvl untamed on who were to anxiously awaiting his toy yetterday and had the boatsearohed the door and just before disappearing bqt it Is thought however that uothuijr iutt This result is ascribedentirely to 0000 bat tnvthlng was found on board Daz return his purchases were either ttolen doincstio causes and is the prpllmlnary turned to his long winded visitor and said i uncut wll result zell who Is hora with the Smith says or lost to new elections as under the new con Â¬ Counterfeit Silver Certlfloat Yes nly friend I agreo with you not lletull l Leaving Children Alone there Is no lutontion of filibustering and stitution a new diet must be convened WasitiNQTOV Deo Tho withstanding your argumont Engineer lllouro Out o II I Cab Frakklix Pa Deo 37 -- Grace and within five months after the dissolution lerrlco division of the Utreasury secret that she Is morely here for ropalri gives Volcott and Naueen Bkidqeton N J Deo 27 James The cutter Seward dropped down the Arnle Nelson whose parents live nar of the old 5 silver notice of a now counterfeit Dowers ac engineer on the Wett Jer When Dr Nnnson tho famous arctlo ox xlver yesterday afternoon And cams to here were left alone in their homo latt Ouards Driven From Tollsjatea certificate It it ot the series ot 1606 plorer was tu Washington a few promisey rairoad wat blown out of hit oats nobor jntt opposite the xil of ths ma evening The former fell tho grata ILEMiNOSBUno Ky Deo 27 Five check letter O face plate No 23 baok ate latt night between United and Pat- - Ttnt wavaAud lies there with steam up nent men were Invited to Ulne with him lire and hor clothing was into ignited She negro Among them was Senator Woloott When was guards who were sent to protect pate No 13 j J Fouut Tillman reg atm The -- ind wat blowing In trying to tare burned to D N Morgan treasurer No when s sudden suit caught him gale asked afterward what he thought of the the life of herdeath and sitter Annie was bdy tho tollgate near here on tho Mays villa ister Win who hod been nearer than any one bnrned and jAio were attacked by raiders and put 286687 It is printed on two thin whirled htm to the roadtide The fire Â¬ it it believed the can not else to the north pole the senator replied sheets of paper with ths silk fibers be backel the train and found him man to flight The tollhouse was set afirej I recover He may or may not bo the greatest ex- Â¬ but the green boards would not burn i ween themThe The tilk however It tome ditianco off Ha wat palutully Hun Oicr by a Train It heavy plorer that ever lived but theru Is one One ot tpo guards received two blrl too the numbering mott marked defecttoo but not lata ly hurt which is much thing I know him to be lie Is a poot I iv Helena Mob Deo 27 Loolt P shot la the neck and so far as known Women llurned Death small while the green ink on the back he would glvo up exploration and turn his Howen who has been connected In none of the raiders was hart The Â¬ turn Deo 114 ViNCENsra attention to the inuse I am satisfied ho various capacities wlh Mont ana news pike oMoIals may atk the governor it tpc light in color Ind A Mr would make a great nam for himself1 Hatcher touth of this city was burnett papers for the past years w killed for J troops to protect this property Fatal Acoljent at a Cronlng Uncle Sam talks ot establishing a great yesterday by Hor clothing caught firo being RvsiivaiB Ind Deo 2s The Cln to death fire could be extinguished and smor plate factory ot his own I have He was a tott of exrun over by a train ah tetoro the Ultd tatw Sett I Tsuiati Hamilton aud Dayton tatt train seen tke ottcUl fltjutes ot the estimates for Mother Henutlmee wot dead lor Tosmm x Bows of Colorado s patnMM plaiit and sun surprised track a buggy east of here last night The child nU Um sltee clerk tfwitaniuft SVilliaaa Pearcy and Mitt teste the total Minis ted oot Is newly boewtte tsMnaa 40oa6o Armor plat eoniM high but Brooke of FarmiBtjtoR Ind Ths Ufc not always mlUL Um Mnrfal wemac was instantly killed and Pearcy K k ktnnff Into Um vigorous fontlgn sffssMflftM pstiior buslawM wt must bar It wu UUily hurt Ths bom was alio THE CASE OF COL RUIZ LOOKS VERY CRISIS IN GLOOMY THE ORIENT RAVING MANIAC A RIOT IN HAVANA part and dellclMM whoteton Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ POWDER Absolutely Pure Â¬ KOTL HKINO POWDtft CO KIW YOUK Â¬ and keeptnc an eye on the Smith Per tont up from the lower bay report that Â¬ the cruiser Montgomery hat been off the bar far the past 24 hours GOME25UiTIMATUM Cubant Will Ue Satlind With Nothing Less Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ New York Deo 87 A dispatch from Maximo Gomez dated headquar ters ot the Cuban army Las Dellcas Ouba gives the following authorized statement from the insurgent commander-in-chief lhan Independence Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ All I have to say regarding this great and heroio wnr in Cuba Is a com plete ratification of our manifetto is sued at Monte Christoi You may make it known to ths American people that it it the firm reso lution of the army aud the people of Cuba who have shed so much blood in order to conquer their independence not tc falter in their just cause until tri umph or death crowns their efforts Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ M Gomez Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Spain Talking-- About War Tho Imparcial Madrid Deo 27 urges that in view of ths character of the roply of United States Minister Woodford to the note of the Spanish government in answer to ths first com Â¬ munication of tho Amerioan govern- Â¬ ment through him it is necessary to in crease the Spanish fleet as against the eventuality of a conflict with the United Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Yang-Tse-Kian- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 11 Â¬ Â¬ en Dlicotcrr ot Oil LooASsronT Ind Deo 14 The first oil in Cast county wat discovered ot Six other welJt Walton yesteiday Ths fever nt havs proved failures speculation is high and oil meo say prospects are good for a rich field Itatileri Out Again Deo 24 Raid HAitnoDSBUno Ky en destroyed the toIgats one mile from town on the MaxvJle pike latt night and broke into tha unocoupled hoot and smashed the stove Mother McKlnlefe Will Canton O Deo 23 President Mo K nley and his brother Abuor are named as executors of the last will ot Nanoy Allison MoKinloy The wll bears the date of May 20 1805 All the operty savo a little gift to a faithful amily servant is bequethed to Mitt Heleii McEinley tho daughter who Ucd with Mrs MoKinley at the old homestead Germany Wont Yield iBrnux Deo 27 It is announced tthat tho German government deolines to yield to the demands of the United States made during tho reciprocity negotiations for reduced duties on American animal products Palletto Heros a now impression jstio study of lnlno Fiuel Eh DAubero critically Um pipo of pW Now York Press t States THE MARKETS Itevlew ot the Grain and Uveitook Mar Â¬ 37 Â¬ ket For December rittebure4 50 - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ veal calves 18 6087 00 Cincinnati Wheut MlSOlo Corn 27K8Nc Ca- Â¬ ttleSelected butchers 4 S6til 60 fair to 3 25 3 763 common medium i 66 Hogs Selected and prime butchers 3 1033 packing 3 8508 10 common bheep U 76S and rough H S3 03 i6 t 60 lambs U 0023 65 Uuffalo Cattle Choice to prims ft 65694 60 fair to trood 3 403 S 00 common U lOeJi 75 Hogs Yorkers f3 6533 00 mixed pack f3 3033 it common ers II S0S3 16 60 culls to com cheep Prime W 4 5033 00 mon ti 5023 76jumbs Chicago Selected butchers f3 S03 S5 Hogs mixed 3 8033 43 Cattle Native tteert 1J UCQ5 60 most sales l 165 OOt cowl and built l 7603 60 Shoep fl 0091 75 lambs fJ 6035 03 New York Cattle II 2633 05 Sheep 13 O0a 75t lambs Id 0034 76 A LOl A I 6 00 fair fl 00S Cattle Prime ft 60 bulls stags and cows 8 0003 60 llogj lrlms light 3 6523 00 heavy 3 7633 16 3 6033 o5 rough Sheep Choice ft oOcai 76 fair i 6093 76 common ti iJ 2i choice lambs ft 03 10 Â¬ 01 60t Â¬ 1 UUcnke CATARRH Â¬ Â¬ Olliiiallo Affection A Nothing but a local remedy or change ol cllmile will cure It Get a well known phirmaceulcal remedy Â¬ nnnu qiiii ELYS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ N It i quickly ebeorbed Gin e relief at once Opens and cleeniet the Natal IauiKee AIU Inriammatlon Ilealtand Iro lecte the Membrane K etoiee the Sentee of title and BmelL No Cocelne No Merceey No Injurlut drat Pulltuecoc IrUI Site ioc et Drugf lets or by mill sIHerH 3ai r yg HEAD COLD StN EkY BROS 50 Warren Y City Going to Build or Repair Write Louisville Ky Ferflftrices on Lumber Doors Sash and They Shingles Steel Roofing Blin money wii save you J P Will CO tst ww itir OAT03RrsV WeTM WfUMAN J ifthrto OAMTOXUA r HJSIPlW Breckenridge News fcVr Â¬ MlSSSlTSWft Llda Haynes of this place will take place at the Baptist church Miss Mary L Haynes sister of tho bride will be maid of honorMisses Maydeo Pusey and Lillian Rhodes brides maids B Guedry brother of the groom best man A V 111 Miss and Bos McGehee groomsmen Agues Malin cousin of the bride will play tho march Rev Phillip Jenkins officiating The bride and her attend Â¬ ants will wear white Paris muslin with the usual accessories that make up bridal costumes The entire party will tako passage on the Tell City to meet the Ragon when tho party will return and tho bride and groom proceed on their journey to Paducah their future home where their many friends hope happiness and prosperity await them My seven little girls Flora anil Fan Â¬ nie Nevitt Paulino Dowden Mary Rich Â¬ ardson Katie Smith Lizzie Harrington and Hattie Grinnell did beautifully in their cantata Each sustained her part to perfection and all sang sweetly Tho larger pupils had pretty costumes Mabel Hardin as Dream Fairy was as a veritable vision from Fairy Land Lena Nevitt as Mirth showed her true dis position while Ruth Phillips as Joy Georgia Helmstiller as Love and Beulah Fountain Hope each proved their characters were correctly aesgned Florence Smith looked regal as Queen of Siumberland Jesse Smith was King Winter which he impersonated with dignity while Walter Hamilton as Santa Claus was a truly old patron Saint The girls decorated stags entirely themselves aud did noble work Our Christmas tree was a beauty thanks to Mrs Nevitt and Mrs Smith I had many many kindnesses shown mo all of which I sincerely appreciate lNRI 8i26vS BEWLEYVILLE Ray Keith Is clerking for G E Drury The school teacher saya he will teach Christmas week Too bad I Mr Morgan showed up the phona graph and graphapbone in our vicinity last week Tho young folks spent a couple of evenings practicing for the Christmas League meeting Misses Mary and Maggie Paul and Lena Drury were visiting far away friends Tuesday Mrs R M Jolly and Mrs Andrew Coleman of Irvington visited Dewey Heights Monday J D Babbage the LxVKL neADiD editor of the Brkck kn rurxiE News visited our town Friday afternoon O II Drury and wife will spend the holidays visiting relatives in Carrollton Mrs Drurys old home Mr and Mrs R N Miller Sheriff Gardiner and Tbos J Jollyxwere guests of Mr and Mrs Bion Jolly Friday W H Cain Jr entertained some of his friends in his corn field Wednesday They adjourned at noon for dinner Mr and Mrs Robert Sanders of Louis ville visited the family of B A Ilard away near Guston Sunday Dec 12th Rev Massey Methodist preacher who has been transferred from Kentucky to Indiana spent Thursday night wlthT J Jolly Mr Saunders tho man who is just as dexterous without hands as a person with them the celebrated watch man after a years stay in Texas is home again The Epworth League will hold special services Sunday evening Dec 20 begin- Â¬ ning at 7 oclock Singing the principle feature and it is our aim and effort to be first class The girls who have to take care of themselves on dark rainy nights ought to be too proud to show off boys on high days when they find it very agreeable to be out Its a fine thing to be com- Â¬ fortable but ought we not sometimes to show ourselves just a little accommodat- Â¬ ing Our pastor Bro Walton at his last meeting spoke particularly ot the Straight and Narrow Way and our Saviour Himself declared that only in this way we would find eternal life This does in no way contradict tho fact that theres a wideness in Gods mercy like the wideness of the sea Goldex Rod hti4T BHi K night at the City Hall was quite a suc The program was excellent In Editors ina ProprWVri every feature and so well executed that 0 thero was no cause for crltlcsm The receipts at tho door was about twenty WEDNESDAY DEOEMBEtt 29 1897 dollars The Breckenrldgo Normal Collego Is the best check for business for this town In 08 that we know of The merchants should do what they can to help build It Tuk latest from Washington is to the two effect that Secretary Gage Las tendered up One hundred and fifty or hundred pupils stopping In this town for his resignation as Secretary ot the Treas ury II Ib reason for doing bo was to ten months in tho year will drop several shall wo let relieve the President of any embarrass thousand dollars hero But fact Is there rnent In view of his statement and posi the thing go or not The of the cltiztns and tion on the financial bill The President should be a meeting over and if it Is said was very much surprised and they should talk the matter money to need be contribute a llttlo declined to accept baa resignation help the Institution along One man can do a good dealbut ho cant do it all It is HARDIN8BURG to the Interest of the citizens here to It will be maintain the Institution money in their pockets to do It H fc W TIME TABLE L cess SIX PAGES The Dipper rme Two Reasons The greatest attrac- Â¬ tions in one store Â¬ Â¬ Dropper Thoro aro cough modicines that ro taken as freely aa a drink of Thoy are water from a dipper Quantity doos not cheap medicines mako up for quality Its tho qual- Â¬ ity that cures Theres ono medi- Â¬ cine thats dropped not dipped Ayers Cherry Pectoral Theres moro power in drops of this remedy than in dippersful of choap cough It cures Bron Â¬ Byrups and elixirs chitis Asthma Croup Whooping Cough and all Colds Coughs and affections of tho Throat and Lungs That is Why We Have So Many Customers Our prices are Piinicr Dally PnDKr Dlly r jl V soixa rr Urdlniburg TiIT m soma wmt rr IUrdlnibargU Si pm hit BRANDENBURG Miss Pearle Wimp has returned from Owensboro Frank Malin came up from Owens boro for a short visit Mr Burton will spend this week with right W fin f f ri A happy New Year to all Settle your accounts for 97 Try the News for three months You can swear off again next Satur day The merchants rettort a yery good trado Mrs G W Beard is visiting In Louis ville John P Haswell Jr left for Finukfort yesterday Big meeting at Antioch next week Woll be there This town ought to get a move on her in ninety eight Sam Pate and wife of Bewleyville are visiting hero this week Miss Stella McGillen of Louisville is viBlting Mis Clint Hook Wathon McGary came down from New Albany last Saturday R E Woods Louisville was here Monday on legal business Thero will be watch meeting at the M E church Friday night Miss Bell McCann of Rome Ind is the guest of Miss Jesse Kyler W J Figgott and wife Irvlngton spent Saturday and Sunday here The deposition taken at the ofiico of V G Babbage are all type written Miss Gertie Barnes of Rome Ind is visiting Mr and Mrs W K Barnes Marvin Beard and his sister Miss Besale are at home for the holidays Miss Irene Board is at home this week from Glendeane to spend the holidays George Driskell of Hawesville was here last week visiting his fathers family Misses Mattle and Bulallook are spend Â¬ ing the week here with their young friends The County Teachers Association will meet at Garfield the third Saturday in January Tice Jolly has been appointed administrator of the estate of Dudley Miller Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ deceased r Graham Eskridge Tom Downier and Court Cox came down from Louisville last Saturday Mrs Ed Beard of Louisville is here this week vlaitiug her father Major Horace Scott Uncle Jimmy DeJernett died at his home near this place last Thursday aged eighty five There are a halfdozra or more Har dinsburg boys at the Louisville Wagon Works doing well MissLllllo Scott who has been in Louisville for a month or moro returned home last Saturday Kimball Harman wishes to dispose of his farm near town with a view of return- Â¬ ing to Mississippi to live As assgneo of Charles Radenhelmer we would like to sell his one third inter- Â¬ est in a distillery near Asking Mrs W H Kyler and daughter Miss Jpssp who have been ill for the post week with flux are improving Frank Haawells children came up from Cloyerport last Saturday to spend a week with their grandmother Harman Driskell and Miss Lucinda Tivitt were married near here last Fri Â¬ day Rev Minor Campton officiating Watt Leonln writes home from Los that ho is getting Angles California ready to stait to the Klondiko in a few days B F Beard and his daughter Miss Bessie will start for California In about two weeks They will remain until spring Rev II 0 Hook has just r turned from La Rue county where he basjbeen engaged In a successful meeting for several weeks We are sorry to hear of the condition of our frieud Will R Moounen at Glen deane We hope ho may be able to pull through this ordeal Matthias Hendricks aud Miss Lucy the eldest daughter of John Squires were married at the brideV home near this place last Thursday Rev James Lewis officiating Our young nephew at Brandenburg la making a real good paper of the Messen Â¬ ger He deserves all the encouragement and support the good people of Meade can give him Within the last few weekB the follow- Â¬ ing deaths have occurred in the Long Mrs Dr Morton Dr Lick country Thomas 0 Mooreman John Bratcher Dudley Miller and Mrs Robert Wells The largest stock of holiday goods in Everything this place Just received that la aew and desirable for Christmas eaa be found with us All goods marked to the lowest figure Come and ae us A A Richardson Garuald vn by Mrs Tin entertalnni n WitbeM aaaisted by the vouojr ladles tad yeoag wen of the tows hwt Friday his relatives in Indiana Eacli of my music pupils remembered me in a loving matiner Miss Brown of New Albany is the guest of Miss Allie Reid MIsa Nora Henderson of Irvington is visiting Miss Ella Hendrlck Miss Bettie Clarkson of Big Spring is spending the holidays here Will Cosperke came homo for a genu Â¬ ine all around Christmas menu Miss Mattle Howard of Louisville is GUSTON the guest of Miss Linnle Moremen All of tho entertainments during the Mr and Airs Bush took Xmas dinner past week were successfully carried out Ridley is visiting his grand- Â¬ with Mr Wig Loeb and family Charlie Mr Jim Kennedy and wife of near parents Judge C U Fairleigh and wife Irvington were in town last week trad Hugh Ditto of OwetiBboro was with ng his sister Mrs W D Howard last Sun- Â¬ Mr T E Conniff wife and little day daughter Lucile spent Xmas in LouisMiss Jennie Roberts visited her aunts ville Mrs Martin aud Miss Jen Hardin this Mr Walter Frank and wife Irvington week took Xmas dinner with Dr Baxter and Misses Lula and Minute Bland attend- Â¬ family ed a party last Saturday night at Mr June Chapel of Concordia and Har Â¬ din Pollock of Preston were the guests Cowleys Miss Agnes Malin of Owensboro is at of Miss Helen Pollock last week Master Jasper and little Misses Lizzie home for the holidays with Mr and Mrs and Ruth Head of Lodiburg were tho W II Gugh of Mrs Leona Adkissoon last week Mr Teare and Charlie Caeperke push Â¬ guests The Rev AN Whittinghlll Owens- Â¬ ed the entertainment to tuccees at the boro spent the holidays with old friends Methodist church near this place He was formerly pas Â¬ Charlie and Henry Nevitt are only too tor of Salem church glad to be at tho dear old homo for a Mrs Luclnua btlth ot this place wa holiday and a good time generally quite ill last Friday but is much better Miss Ella Hendrick was my guest last at this writing Her trouble was ery week and did most tasteful artistic work sipelas resulting from neuralgia on the stage furniture and she is equally Our Circuit Clerk Mr Richard Wil as artistic in tho culinary department lett and Miss Lucy Young were mar- Â¬ T L PuBey of Chicago Dr W B ried on tho 28th Inst at the residence PuBey of Louisville and Dee Pusey of of the brides father Mr Davis Young Indianapolis enjoyed their Christmas of Saudy Hill Mr Jesse Ilardaway and wife of near turkey cranberry bhuco and mince pie with their parouts Dr D C Pusey and Big Spring took the train here last Thursday for Louisville where they in Â¬ wife Mr and Mrs George Woolfolk of St tended enjoying the holidays with Mr Louis Mr aud Mrs Jesse Malin Vine Hardaways brother Henry Mr Phillip Webb was in town tills Mr and Mrs Jesse Herndon Grove Iivington and Miss Bessie Lewis Potter morning soliciting telephone stock the College were ail with Mr and Mrs route is fiom here to IrvlDgton thence to Garfield Big Sprine and Vine Grove James Lewis to eat Christmas dinner We already have a line running east Times certainly had a sudden change Mr Gilbert Casey of Breckenridge last week ami croakers will cease their county and Mies Katie Foushee of croaking Our merchants agree that Meade county boarded train here last busineES was brisker and sales larger Thursday enrouto to Jeflersonvllle than in years Christmas presents were where they were married by Magistrate numerous and handsorap They were accompanied by Mr The literary and musical program was Hause Miss Hattie McCoy successfully executed at the Meth- Â¬ Wade Drury and very I put a few briefs in the last issuo siz odist church Christmas night Miss lug up some of our citizans aud put T Mary Lewis sarg a eoIo very sweetly E ConnifTas the wittiest man in town Mrs D W Lewis also rendered a very typo mado a mistake and got T pretty selection Tho recitations were and the As Mr Cundiff E Cundiff Instead well given The star of Bethlehem the no pretensions to be witty I three wise men the stabc the Inn the makes wind mill from which gfta rolled out herein correct the mistake Our popular editor Jno D Babbage tho responsivo reading the march by won in our town on the 21st Inst and Miss Allie Reid were especial features u unllds salo near Tho social calendar for this week is attended tlie U right friend John come full Monday night Mrs Moremen gave town Thats all our public gatherings for an entertainment In honor of Miss Mat- - around to come we hear of new tie HowaidTueEday night Mis Grinnell every time you to your newsy hustling entertained her music pupils Wednes subscriptions day night the Wedding at tho Baptist paper And right here let mo add that issue was a daisy with news church Thursday night Mr D S Rich your last And to further show the popu- Â¬ galore ardson Friday night a party of us will will herein recite a take supper with Mies Mary L Ditto larity of this paper few weeks Mies Ella Hendrick will little incident that occurred a Saturday night since Thore was a piece in tho Bbeck- have the same party to six oclock din- Â¬ HNniDQK News that I wanted to snd to a ner Other functions may be on tho relative who lives at Mt Sterling but tapis of which I am not apprised upon investigation iounu out mai tue Miss Alice Courtney of Louisville and friend had seen the piece about as soon Mies Lottie Cox of Schooner Point were aa I had for he too takes the News guests of Mrs J 11 Bishop last week and to whom Mrs Bishop gave a recep- Â¬ RAYMOND tion ou Christmas day Our party went out about 5 oclock to remain till 7 30 Miss Rebecca Hall is on the sick list when wo expected to have for the en Â¬ Christmas tree at Raymond Friday tertainment at the Methodist church but an accideut delayed us much to our night Dec 24 regret Mrs Bishop has a cosy pretty Mr and MraLen Casbman visited Mr home where she and her sons dispense and Mrs Richard Cooms Sunday true hospitality An elegant lunch was Mr and Mrs Amos Mattingly spent served and a most delightful evening Sunday with Mr and Mrs Wash Black was passed barring the accident which Married at the home of the brido Dec gave us a big scare Those present were II Mr Crawford Lyons to Mis John Misses Eleanor B Hendrlck Annie Lewis Mr S J Brashear and wife and Mrs Bondurant Jlmmle Lee Woolfolk Flor eice Smith Lina Nevitt and Mary L Lee Bruner were in Louisville last week Ditto and Messrs C M Nevitt Henry shopping MUs Nettie Casbman visittd her par Miss Nevitt and James Bondurant Courtney Albert and Ernest Bishop Mr ents last Saturday and Sunday accom and Mrs James Bishop Misses lone panied by Mr Mask Robblns of Sample Eula and Annie Dowden called Miss Cora Hendry returned home from At 7 oclock p m lie marriage of Mr Louisville Saturday where she has been Gene Guedry of Palucah and M es visiting friends and relatives for the past two weeks Mrs Martin Claycomb died ot con- sumption Friday night Nov 20 m n v Is caused by torpid liter which prevents inges- Â¬ oclock aged 20 years and 11 months tion and permits food to torment and putrlfy In She and her husband united with the the stomach Then ullow Ulzihicss headache Baptist church at Raymond In August 1810 Mrs Claycomb was the only child of Mr Peyton Dooley and grand daughter of Mr Henry Grayham There la a father husband and two little children lusoiuliu nervousness and left to mourn the loss ot a loving laugh U not relieved bilious ever Rev W H ter wife and mother or blood poisoning Hoods English will preach the funeral sermon stimulate the stomach rills rouse the liver euro heivliche dizziness con- - at this place the second Sunday Ib Jan Â¬ uy cn tiff OOiy Jetc w wwtr niwnoii nil umlauts uary at 11 oolock ll iiuuu DvfMtjwiuft Â¬ Ayers Gdcrrg Pectoral is now That Is Iky half PRICE for tho half size They Buy From We thank you for the bottles 50 cents WEBSTER v DID YOU KNOW THAT Mrs Laura Kurlz is indisposed Henry Kurlz waa missing Sunday 7 Dick Claycomb has varied his range of liberal Christmas trade you gave us and we wish you late Geo Stewart of Louisville Is here on a visit Clyde English is still matrimonially Inclined Joe Stewart Is older than lots of mar- Â¬ ried men Henry Simmons is at home from Owensboro A HAPPY NEW YEAR Howard Matbis Owensboro is visiting at Mrs Kurtz Sash Jordan of lower Rabbit Run was here Saturday S Geo Hook Garfield was here SatÂ¬ urday and Sunday The record for 1897 good or bad is almost completed Mike Lyddan and wife ate turkey with B F Payne Christmas Mrs J V St Clair has gone to Hard insburg for the holidays Saxten Dutschke has forever and etern- Â¬ ally left these diggins Beulah Moredock is convalescing from an attack of typhoid fever That the Breckenbidqh News just gets belter and better all the time There were more turkey dinners around here this Christmas than usual Sam Dugan and wife of Brandenburg visited Mrs W G Claycomb Saturday and Sunday Miss Ella Kurtz dismissed her school in Daviess county and came home for the holidays Forrest Haynes of Harned is visiting in the community the guest of Miss Gola Orendorl That Jas St Clair will be mad if the young folks dont have a party at his house this Christmas Let everybody come out to Sunday school next Sunday and start in for the whole year it will do you good Thore are entirely too many bachelors in this community which is mainly due to a dearth of marriageable girls Miss Myra Hanks the popular teacher of our school dismissed for the holidays and went to her home at Stephensport We have not seen an intoxicated man this Christmas This speaks well either for the morality otour community or the weakness of our whisky Mrs T G Jordan went to Louisville Monday to be with her sister Mrs Janie Frymire who has been brought there from Texas to undergo a surgical opera- 0 One Minute Cough Cure cures quickly Hay- Â¬ Thats what you want Short nes 1 VEST 1 EKRON Christmas passed very quitely here Warner Sbacklett is in Ellzabethtown J M Dugan is at home from Hender Â¬ son Miss Bessie Skillman pbemarried at and home of the were the Maya Biliousness Hoods Pills bride last Wednesday After receiving the congratulations of their friends they took the east bound train for Louisville It has been said that hell is paved with good resolutions But this is no excuse why resolutions should not be mado If no resolutions were evermade MATTINGLY none would ever be kept and as at the beginning of the New Year Is a propi- Â¬ tious time for the formation ot new Farewell Santa Claus for another resolutions let us begin to seriously year think about what resolutions are neces- Â¬ Wo Mingus and family spent Christ Â¬ sary for us to make for the better conduct mas with T N Brickey ot our lives during the next year and Everybody seemed to apprecfate the haying formed them let us pray for Holidays and all enjoyed themselves strength to keep them and then do our According to an old saying farmers level best to help answer that prayer will be blessed with a good crop next year 9100 Reward 1100 J W Pate and wife and Master Am will be pleased The readers of this paper Â¬ to learn that there is at least one dread Â¬ uel apent the holidays here with rela disease that science has been able to tives ed cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh SJFellx Beavln and A F Tabellng went Â¬ Halls Catarrh Cure la the only positive to Owensboro Friday and returned Sat urday cure known to the medical fraternity Burt Oram came up from Evanavllle Catarrh being a constitutional disease to spend the holidays with his father A requires a constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally B Orusa There waa a large attendance at the acting directly on the blood and raucous surfaces of the system thereby destroy social given at W N Pates Christmas ing the foundation of the disease and eve night O B Pate our enterprising merchant giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature did a good business here daring the la doing its work The proprietor have holidays Misses Judith and Ora Brickey apent so much faith 1ft Its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for Christmas day with their ochuIim Mleees any case that it falU to cure Send for Alice and Ada Brkkev Tal who was reeastly married Hats of teetlmonlal Jin urw waa ivmvu a pan Address FJ OHENKY A Co Toledo O hi of Mr Vat Brlekeyi fans and moved VarSoki by Drawiate 76 Frank Board was in Louisville Satur- Â¬ day S R Frymire wont to Louisville Sat- Â¬ urday Mr Dan Brooks Louisville was here Friday Miss Claudia Frymire is at home from Chenault W K Brown and wife went to Louis ville Friday Miss Clara Wimp is in Louisville for the holidays J D Babbage of the News was in town Tuesday Miss Essie Bruner Garfield Is visit ing her mother Miss Daisy Cox has returned home to spend the holidays T M Warfleld went to Louisville Friday on business D M Duncan editor of the Messenger was in town last week Will Kendall Cementvllle Ind is here visiting relatives Gene and Bee Guedry arrived here Sunday from Eddyville M H Richardson and wife Louisville are at his fathers for a visit Mr K B Smith went to Hawesville Monday to spend a few days Miss Lydla Graham Oloverport is the guest of Miss Melissa Archer Mrs Slant Sbacklett who baa been very III with typhoid fever is improving Little Misses Flla and Eddie Jordan are in Louisville to spend the holidays with relatives nee Mies Mr Burnett and wife Edith Craycroft visited her uncle Mr S R Frymire and was at the Xmas tree here THE FAIR Extend their iieabtfelt thanks to the people ot Cloverport and vicinity for their many acts of kindness and for the liberal patronage extended them during their sojourn among you and prom- Â¬ ises that in the future as In the past thoy will try to do everything reasonably within their pow- Â¬ er to promote the welfare of all concerned and it good goods at low prices is what is wanted we will certainly have them A Happy New Year TO ALL The Fair ONE-PRICE-STORE CLOVERPORT KY i I Goods Marked in Plain Figures KJani are permitted to enjoy some delightful weather Richard Sapp has beon vory poorly for a few days but Is better at this writing Rev B B Galloway ot Daviess coun ty Is assisting in a series of meetings at this place A series of meetings commenced here Sunday Thero la a great field for work at this place Tom Shaw wlfo and baby of Patea ville spent a few days among friends at this place last week Born Sunday Dec 12 to the wife of Ctiarley Campbell a boy It lived only a few hours was buried Monday in the Wheatley grayeyard KHow can christians expect the causa of Christ to prosper in their midst while they allow worldly cares to Btand be Â¬ tween them and the duty they owe to their Redeemer Will Johnson and wife of Breckm ridge county visited relatives here Sat Â¬ urday and Sunday and ae thoy had been married but a few days the boys gave DUKE8 them an old time chlravari serenade Mrs Sara Burdett is quite poorly at The young girl or boy who glye their thla writing attention to the preacher during services Jamee Lay took his tobacco to Owens Â¬ la the girl or boy who are moat respected boro last week and are the ones who will Uad upon Lafe Newberg went to Hawesville the top round of good nerate and are Saturday on buainees destined to become ehlnlng lights in the Mies Lynch ot Pateaville attended church of God services here Thursday nfght Old Crimp v felted us again Saturday BTrrb4y Be night with much fierceseM CMcarsta Ca4y CaUwrUe Dm mot 4erf ul medical dfscovary ot dImS Rev F Winfrey of Patwllle has aat and rerrhUw to iW tETtKruV been engaged In the meetings here for several days but returned home Wed Â¬ eeMln lb iuUn system UUwl coldi nesday and uiiouaMM Pleaaa bur and irv a box While we have some gloomy daya we lewraAieeatoourebaildrnfliisls there last week Masters Daymon and Efton Beavin of Hawesville are visiting their grand parents Mr and Mrs Samuel Taul Mrs Juda Illnton and husband ot near Cannelton Ind aro visiting her brother Mr Ansa Hoobery this place An unusually largo crowd assembled at the party given at S 0 Franks on Christmas night The party was given in honor ot Bill and John W N Pate has bought all of the sala hie stock in this and adjoining localities He took his last cargo last week an Noble says he will have to g to hard labor until some stock grows up The greatest attraction at Pates store Christmas day waa his two grandsons Roy Hawkins five years old aud Amuel Pate four years old With a toy banjo and violin it waa real amusing to see the little fellows using their ingenuity so earnestly feeling confident they were the sole attraction of tho crowd Â¬ ar b Breckenridge News 1897 WEDNESDAY DE0EMDEK20 Condition of The Laboring Classes In Tlexlco Frnm the Scientific Amtrlcan jmr The discontent followiutf the recent years of business dpressou liai causd us to leck about with a view to drawing comparison with the social and commercial conditions of other nations and es pecially of thos whose natural ad van Uk8 climatic phjscal or political brlnjr thoni into companeou with our We have Involuntarily own people turned our oyi s to Canada and Mexico and i spetlally toward the latter owing to tho fact that sliver ha been made the standard of value in that country and b cause during the campaign of 1890 many allusions were made by political speakers in various parts of the couutrj to the great prosperity ot this neighbor lng republic With a view ot ascertain Â¬ ing the true condition of affairs as touch ing tlieclvilizition aud social an J com mercial conditions ot Mexico Mr The odore 0 KnaufT made nn extensive trip through this country Tho question so often asked was Why is it that the Mexican peon with his sixty cents a day is making more than the American farmer with all his knowledge and in Â¬ vested capital In the current issue of the Scientific Ameiicau Supplement we publish In full Mr KuaufTs lecture re Â¬ cently delivered under the auspices of the Franklin Institution in Philadelphia In answer to this question The author explains how little con caption tho ordinary citiztna of the United States have of the extent of or even tho natural and physical conditions which prevail in Mexico The ignorance of our people concerning oar neighbor of the South is almost incomprehensible A map of Mexco projected on a map ot the United States of the same sjale extends from Maine to Trxas Me xico is sixteeu times the bzi of New York Bute Houora tquaU loan and Ohio combined Chihuahua equals Iennsyl vauinand New York combined Mexicos luouutlan system is a continuation of the Audef and wideua out intj two rangeB leaving in the middle a high flit table laud from 4000 to 8000 feet above the level of the sea while many volcanic peaks reach an altitude of 18000 feet Tub city of Mexico is 7409 feet above sdHlovel or nearly 1200 feet higher than MMiut Washington Its inhabitants fajp the altitude and the great dryness tjjd ran llcatiou of the air The popula tion of Mexico is about 12500000 Toe lecturersUtes that two thirds of this num ber lias neer tlept in a bed or worn stickings and thut they are able to live at a less expense per diem than it takes to keep the meanest farm horse Many of the inhabitants wear a single garment called a sarappe or thick woolen gar Â¬ ment witii a hole in the top through which the head is inserted This gar ment forms at the same time the Mexi cans coat hat and oyen his bad Tli j feet are usually bare or clothed in do nit stic sandals The women wear a kind ot cotton shawl over the hen 1 and shout ders called a robosa The Mexican farm laborers conditions are inferior to those of the late slaves of our Southern States Their huts have but one opening no windows and a dirt flor When wishing to go to bed they simply unroll their mats aud without removing their clothing lie down and go to sleep The laborer has a certain wage and is giveu time and place to build himself a house If he does not build it he has nothing witu which to cover his heal The houses are built by the people who live in them Sjruo ot the houses are mud roofed and others roofed by palms or bauana leaves or some fiber that will shed moisture when necessary These adobe houses are made of large blocks of mud pressed into thapo in a mould and then hardened aud baked by the sun and laid in flit layer one on top ot the other This method of con struclion makes quite a substantial building which n quires a long time ovtn in the rainy season to become watersnaked A church and plrzt are required be Â¬ fore a settlement can bi come a city There are shops in the cities but the business is largely conducted by peddlers and sidewalk merchants It is a com- Â¬ mon tiling to see a man working a mod ern sewing machine in the enets All branches of trade are carried on out Ide In the cities the houses of the house of the butter class are made of stone Among the ricli the rooms are furnished in great magnificence Mexico is at the Fame time a land of millionaires for the land is moat unevenly divided among the people Out ot the total population of over twelve million six thousand people own all the land with influence enough taid the lecturer to avoid practically all taxation which falls on Thero is no middle clafs the poor so called The railroad by which oue travels passes through one estate for the distance of eghty mtles which enor Â¬ mous landod property belongs to one Individual In another place Is an es Â¬ tate of 1500000 seres in another oie of At present en a the 230000 acres lecturer there is no possible danger of an uprising ot the people bt cause the people are perfectly content in their lot If the peon has a few coppers in Lis pocket he is perfectly happy and does not feel compelled to go to work uutll he is driven to it by hunger or necessity Mr KuauflF not only gves a picture of the life habits aud customs ot the peo Â¬ ple but he also depicts at length the commercial growth ot the country its products and manufactures For sever Â¬ al years American merchants and manu Â¬ factures have made earnest efforts lo e our trade with Mexico especially lace tho completion of the direct all nil route from the Bio Grande to the city of Mexico and the commercial tntvelers and leading merchants of oar fMlftl cities ere pretty well acquaint Â¬ ed with the commercial ead social con diUoMMtbef art mm iuve been in Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mexico Thero has been within a com- Â¬ paratively recent period some Improve Â¬ ment In this trade and owing to iUo introduction of American capital in miulrg and other enterprise and an In fusion of American enterprise in somn departments ot Industry thero has been better promises than ever before that Mexico was In some degrco awakirg from Its long period of lelhatgy The decline ot the past flvo years in tho price of silver lies however proved n soilous setback to tho progress of Mexico for to this extent has been enhanced the price of all imports silver being the product and the standard ot money ot the country and In like ratio has also been in creased the interest payable on the nat- Â¬ ional debt Tho value ot theimporlB fur the year ended Juno 30 1890 was 42 253018 and tho exports for the same and the total period were 10501000 debt ot the country in American money was 1213000000 Yet Mi xico has now In operati n about seven thousind mil s of railway and over forty tliou and milts of telegraph nearly all of which is of comparatively recent construction and notwithstanding the decline in silver thero are many encouraging nigra for those who have been so long looking for a better development of her industries and Increased trade between Mexico and tho United States Â¬ Tannic Trlnmpli Tr J fT Wnfiiwi nf Avnnnr Mln sajs I have used Foleys Ilouey aud Tar In three very severe cases ot pneu- Â¬ monia the past month with good re A It Fisher Cloverport RA sult Stephensport Bhellman Gordon Haynes Patesville E A Witt Hardlns It is easy to catch a cold and just as burg easy to get rid of it it you commence early to use Ono Minute Cough Cure It Bather Personal colds bronchllls pneucures cough Fnld tho chairman of tho monia and all throat and lung troubles Ladiei meeting of tho Womans Advanced It is pleasant to take safe to ueo aud Thought nnd Practical Experienco club euro Short A Haynes this meeting I heliovo wns announced sure to to bo n symposium on tho subject of Logging ltallroaas Apnrtmcut House Nuisances Timo was when tho logs wero drawn Thero was a murmur of assent and Ico approval nnd from tho way ovcry wo Â¬ over roads of snow nnd ofon tho great somo river banks man in tho hall straightened up it was rndo slodgesonto tholco nnd left until tho tho evident that thero wasnt one of them drawn out thoy wonld bo floated who didnt feci that sho had somothing springtime when down stream to tho mills in somo of importanco to say on tho subject places tho system is still In voguo but I hope continued tho chairman in largo measuro nil this has been thnt wo will bo ablo to get through changed Logging railroads havo boon this afternoon but it is unquestionably onabling tho own a most comprehensive subject and with built into tho forests ers of pino lands to roach forests far your permission I will undertnko to di from any stream Spars from tho main vido it so that wo can tako up ono fea branch of tho road aro built out like tho turo nt n time clutchiug fingors on an enormous So lovely Just tho thing nnd at tho defenseless pines hand a tortuAfter How nicol camo from various parts ous passago throngh tho paths of tho of tho hall woods tho log is loaded upon tho skid I would suggest thnt wo first tako way an incline leading down to tho up tho landlord as he railway track Tho skids aro long Promised tortgh poles of tamarack or somo hard Cries of Mean thiugl us a porcelain bathtub a year ago I wood placed about 20 feet apart Wont paper tho halll etc Tho legs easily roll down on theso Â¬ Is ono of tho greatest of flat build skfds and aro drawn by horses np on tho ing evils After disposing of him I short wide freight cars and as fast as think perhaps tho janitor ono car is loaded another takes its Disobliging creaturel Cries of plnco until a train of porhaps SO cars Absolutely In us to death Freezes is mado np Tho road is a very rough snltingl oto ono and tho trains aro supplied with Wo should claim our attention of airbrakes for tho grades aro tho all can speak with doep feeling on this steepbest great caro must bo exorcised and branch of tho subject and possibly wo or tho trains will break in two nnd may find It nocossary to limit discussion disaster aud possibly loss of llfo will of it Then I wonld suggest that wo follow If a part of ono of tho trains group children nnd dogs breaks away and starts down tho grade I Darlings Cries of Tho pets Mountain climbers tho powerful en Â¬ Noisy youngsters Dirty creatures gines in uso in mining regions aro a cto part of tho equipment of a logging rail and closo with a discussion of flat road The Story of a Pino Board building gossips tho most troublesome by W S Harwood in St Nicholas and notorious of their kind Thero was a dead silenco as sho ceased A Clever Trick spooking Tho women looked at each other in n bewildered sort of way and It certainly looks like it but there is then nlmost as ono person they got up realy no trick about it Anybody can and moved toward tho door Back and Weak Personalities should bo barred said try it who has Lanv Kidneys Malaria or nervous troubles ono as sho angrily marched out I never was so insulted In all my We moan he can cure himself right away by taking Electric Bitters This llfo said another And thus tho chairman was left alone medicine tones up the whole system Chicago Post acts as a stimulant to the Liver and Kid- Â¬ neys is a blood purifier and nerve tonic Â¬ The persons who disturbed the congreHeadache Faint- Â¬ gation last Sunday are requested to call It cure Constipation ing Spells Sleeplessness and Melancholy on the druggist and get a bottle of Foleys is purely vegetable a mild laxative Honey and Tar which always gives re It and restores the system to Its natural RA Hif A R Fisher Cloverport vigor Try Electric Bitters and be con- Â¬ Gordon Bhellman Stephensport vinced that they are a miracle workor A Witt Hardins Haynes Patesville E Every bottle guaranted Only 50c a bot- Â¬ burg tle at Short Haynes Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Dainty little Fannlo Grayson clapped her hands in ecstasy and dancod and sang ns if Bho had boon cnohantcd Then sho rau to hor sister Lillian and hugged her nnd said Oh Im so happy Whats happonod Lillian asked Why didnt yon sco Tom Tadding ton when ho wont away just now Fannlo roplicd Yes whnt of him Ho asked mo to bo his wife Ob LU jmt fool how my hoart flutters Lillian Grayson was tall and willowy and sho had a good sized muscle Holding hor sweet tender sister off at arms length she oxclaimcd Well I dont sco why you should go crazy over that You surely didut nccopt Remember thnt wo como of nn old family Our grandfather mado enough money in tho logging businoss to bo nblo to rotiro when ho was 47 years old whilo Tom Taddingtous mother had to teach school for n living until sho got married Thero is a social gulf between our families that uovor can bo bridged Oh bother your gulfs nnd bridges nvirtA tfntmln fnlrl Tnm flint t nnillll not thiuk of being his wifo and ho started awny swearing that ho would cither kill himself or proposo to Clara Coulton Think of it I If ho kills him self for love of mo all tho papers will want myplctnro and print columns and columns about it or if ho goes and marries Clara soo what fnn itll bo to toll tho other girls how 1 drovo him to it Oh I wish 1 wero a man for about half an hour If I wero Id colobrato by go ing out aud smoking tho biggest and strongest cigar 1 could got hold of Cleveland Leader Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THE NEW WAY to think fe Â¬ diseases could only ba treated after lo c a I examina Â¬ tions by physl clans Dread of such treatment kept thousands of modest women silent about their suffering The In- Â¬ WOMEN used male I Wine of Cardu has now demon strated that nine tenths of all the cases of menstrual disorders do not requlro a physicians attention at all Tho simple pure troduction of I WtaSifrdrf taken In the privacy of a womans own home Insures quick relief and speedy cure Vomen need not hesitate now Wine of Cardul re- Â¬ quires no humiliating examina- Â¬ tions for its adoption It cures any disease that comes under the head of Jfemalo troubles disordered menses falling of the womb whites change of life It makes women beautiful by making them well It keeps them young by 100 at keeping them healthy the drug store For advlcs In cases requtrlntr special directions address clrlr symptoms Advisory Department Ladles the Ths Chattanooga Medicine Co Chatta Â¬ nooga Tenn I rartlcdlarly ratlnt Patlcnco my dear patience said Harkins blandly to his wife ono morning nt tho breakfast tnblo when sho spoko n trifle sharply to ono of tho chil dren for dropping his broad bnttorod Von know sido down on tho cloth that accidents will happen and wo wero children ourselves onco Im suro that Bortio didnt mean to great Jnpiter CURECOttSTIPATiON Thero goes Harolds glass of milk all over my now trousers If I dont oh 10 youd bettor skedaddlo from tho tablo I 25 50 DRUGGISTS young mnn It bents everything Got a totreanyeaeofeoiistlrtHon Caseirrts ire the Idtal Laxa IDQnTTITPrV cloth somo body nnd clean up this mess tADOUliUlttlil nnUDXKTPUn UUflHAniUtlteBMfrVlporrrlpebotruOfMjBitarslmIt Ssm It beats thunder that a man cant sit at iwiAkit fM 11 err fir tun ifrwinvivi rfiUami Sfnntr his own tablo without being tormented nnd bespattered ns I am ovcry timo I try to cnt n meal under my roof Look nt theso trousers absolutely and utterly ruiucd Just wait till I get hold of that boy Jnst wait till I lay hands on him nnd Ill tench him how to deliberately throw n glass of milk over a guinea pair of trousers Dont tell mo that ho didnt J mean to do it Ho camo to the tablo ROCKPORT IND with tho intention of doing it nnd I I well youll seo whnt Ill do when I Akaji Ahead For Fine Saw Repairing get hold of him Strand Magazine Â¬ Â¬ acov lANDY CATHARTIC au fia4 ritRTk I Z X ROCKPORT SAW WORKS Bucklens Arnica Salve The Best Salve in tho world for Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Itheum Fe- Â¬ ver Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chil Â¬ blains Corns and all Skin Eruptions nnd postlvely cures Piles or no pay required It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded Price 25 tents per box Fon Sale by Short Haynes Â¬ Not One Complaint in Past Year of Our Work Tho many letters of high praise of our that we are ah pad of others Hammering large circular Baws Is our ppeclalty and saws that others have failed on If you want satisfaction on work and prices we guarantee it work is evidence Address Rockport Saw Works Rockport Intl CS - For Indolence Sngar will kcop you from getting W I ADDISON MD Cary Miss sayi lay At least that is what a medical I use Wine of cardul extensively In authority says who has been making my practice and And It amosteicellenl preparation for female troubles somo recent Interesting experiments on tho sourco of muscular exortion Ho administered n liquid containing 80 grains of sugar to a person who had A Great Authority on Xvolutlon heavy daily work to do and who wns Thero is a sketch of A Great Natu- Â¬ kept in iguoraUco of tho naturo of tho ralist tho lato Edward Drinker Copo experiment boing tried upon him On in Tho Century It is written by Henry the days when tho sugar was omitted it Fnirflold Osborn Professor Osborn says was observed that tho laborer was un His pioneer exploration camo early in nblo to accomplish so much work and tho ago of Darwinism when missing that ho had less easo in doing it than links not only iu tho human ancestry on tho days when ho ato tho sugar It but in tho greater chain of backboned is said by somo that a person who habitnuimals wero at tho highest premium ually cats sweets has groat muscular Thus ho was fortuunto iu recording tho cuduianco New York Tribune discovery in northwestern Now Mexico of by far tho oldest quadrupeds known in finding among thoo tho most vener able monkey iu describing to tho world hundreds of links In fact wholo chains Louisville Ky Dec 2U 1897 of descent between tho mobt ancient quadrupeds aud what wo plcasa to call Shippers should mark all paokagei plainly the higher types especially tho horses tapirs dogs uud cats Ho labor- with shippers name and poit oOe address camels ed successfully to connect tharoptilcs BUTTER with the amphibians aud tho latter Choice oonntry HU with tho fishes and was as quick as a Medium 0 0 flash to detect in tho paper of another Creamery 20 author tho oversight of somo long KQQ8 sought link which ho had been await 17 Fresh ing Thus in losing him wo havo lost FEATHERS our ablest and most discerning critlo Prime white goose 34 No ono has mado such profuso and over- Mixed 20 SO whelming demonstration of tho actual Old 00 Ho 1 daek historical working of tho laws of ovolu tiou his popular roputation perhaps POULTRY resting most widely upon his practical liens per lb M 5 6 Spring Chickens per lt and spoculativo studios In ovolutlon 6 A Care Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ S - j r J A Dutsclike WITH Son J BUCKNER TOBACCO WAREHOUSE CO INCORPORATED 313 310 Chapel Street Ilct Alain and Market and 2 10 220 Tenth Street LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Special Attention Tour Months Storage Tree Given to Private Sales Independent Warehouse Mark your hogsheads HUCKNR TOBACCO WARIIOUSE E Not The Only Tooth In Your Mouth Maybe not But it soon will be if you insist upon de- stroylrg them No mans teeth will withstand without treatment the ravages of time and mastication You know this but have forgotten it We do Dental work of all kinds We will be at Irvington on Wodnesday andThursday after the fourth Monday of each month WILDER Brandenburg Ky HARDIN E3 3 Z5 g m ui in in MlfflSjaaa-- u in in in in in in immuuis df W 0 3 If you are unable to rest at nivht one will dose of-- Dr Bells giyo you natural and refreshing sleep It stops a cough nnd cures a cold- - quicky Dnoks per lb Cleese per dot 4 V0l2i 00 8 RATES 2 PCR The most centrt Ilu locata Hotel In thjcltg Irish POTATOES per barrel new Â¬ er than any known remedy It heals the throat chest and lungs cures la grippe permanently does not stupefy is harmless Children love it and old people like it Take no substitute There is nothing just ns good A Cemetery Story From Maine New La Sweet potatoes per bu From store 2 to 5 ets higher Navy Beans per bushel ROOTS Oinseng Senica Snake 17532 00 0 2 25Q2 40 22 Pink IS 21 6 noted iu thoir llfo for their piety and their activo interest in meetings and other good works The old gentleman In his exhortation would often speak of wearing tho crown whilo tho old lady often spoko of blossoming as tho rose After tho tombstones had been erected at their graves with their uamos and ages duly chronicled thereon thero ap peared on his tombstono distinctly out Â¬ lined tho flguro of a crown whilo on hers appeared tho flguro of a full blown rose Tho fact is well authenticated by many pcoplo who havo visited tho cem Â¬ etery on purposo to seo this wonderful sight Deer Islo Gazette Â¬ In n quaint old cemotoryntBnss Har bor Mo lies an aged couplo who wero Â¬ Yellow Wild ainger Lady Slipper May Apple Blood resTci 7rTiijuxw3ii--- z FIELD SEEDS 0 2K I JTi0iiwfesviLKY itv v VA Timothy per bushel Clover per bushel Crimson Clover per bushel RedToppej bushel Orchard Urass per bushel Blue Grass fanoy p r bushel Blue Grass extra per bushel Onion Bets Yellow per bushel White HIDES Green pood Dry Salt good Dry flint good M 140 30 2 60 45 1 20 85 0 00 0 00 Sheepskins WOOL U VJf 1JH 14 50 20 18 14 Want to YT jKemiiiil You We ITk ft t iSjrafnKo T 4 Tub washed Grease fine Burry Blaek MISCELLANEOUS 15 Burry and Cuts Tallow 10 IS Perhaps You Forget Ante tobacco Smoking For Hoarseness Ben Thero is nmplo anthority for tho statement thnt before the introduction of tobacco it was customary to inhale tho smoko of burned herbs for medici- Â¬ nal purposes There is bbwover so far lis I know no authority for supposing that pipos at all resembling our tobacco pipes were used for this purpose Lyto lays of coltsfoot Tho pcrfumo of tho driod loaves leddo upon quicko coles taken into tho month through the pipo of a funnell or tdunell holpoth such as are troubled with tho shortnesso of winde and fotcho their breath thicko or often and do sio breaks without daungor tho impostems of tho breast This is tho usual form of tho direc Â¬ tions given in such cases and Gerard follows it almost word for word add Â¬ ing however Doing taken in manner as thoy tako tobuco it coltsfoot mightily provnll cth against tho dlseaso aforesaid This is pretty good ovidenco thnt to- Â¬ bacco pipes wero not in use in Lytos time but had Veen introduced in Ge Â¬ rards In Sylvesters Tobacco Batter Â¬ ed and Their Pipes Shattered tobacco pipos aro spoken of as a now invention Two amoolclo Engtnoi in this latter Age Or rntbor vcutod from iV Infurnnll Pit Quna and Tobacco pipes with Kiro and Bmoalr At least a Third part of Mankind to choak inoro devilish of tho two Batana short Circuit the more sharp kU rag Uavo boon IntunteJ by too wanted Wit Lavender is still used in English en cloicts but tho supply Is threatened with extinction Tho growers tn tho village of Hitchiu ono of the chlof centers of tho lavender industry assort that owing to a succession of bad seasons tho plant is dying out thero and that moro over thoy cannot compete with foreign imitations of lavender water lin- Â¬ Â¬ Beeowax Ingerson of Hutton Ind says Sorghum Molasses he had not spoken above a whisper for FLOUR months and one bottle of Foleys Honey Ulgh grade patent Straight Patent It is used and Tar restored his voice Low Grades very largely by speakers and singers CORN No 2 Mixed at stor A It Fishers Cloverport It A Shell Gordon Haynes No 2 Wbit man Stephensport OATS Patesville E A Witt Hardlnsburg 2 - 23H 00 6 15 60 li SO t 4 28u 28 21 Baby Mine Every mother feels an i n d c -- scribable dread of the pain and danger attend- Â¬ ant upon the most critical pe- Â¬ riod of her life VTKIVjH its anticipation one of misery suffering and danger of the ordeal make mother should be a source of joy to all but the Becoming a When licdlam Was Heaven A highlnudcr had visited tho capital of Scotland aud on his return to his untho hills astonished his compan Â¬ ions by tolling them whnt ho hud seen and dono thero Dugald Macphcrsou an mo ho Enid gued doou to Luokio iloNubs iu tho Canougato to meet somo o oor nuld frcens thero When wo gaed in thero wns aulthor ten or a dlz zen hcclenmeu thero an thoy n had their pipes wl them After wo hud jncu a crack for nwhllo somebody pro Â¬ posed n tuna Wl that wo a shoulthor 4 our pipos ail begun to play different tunes Won it was bomiio I just Loudon Tel Â¬ thocht I wns in heoveu I egraph Tried and True Thousands have tried Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin for constipation indigov tlon and elck headache and have found It true to the claim made for it viz that it is the best remedy now before the Rood people for the relief of stomach Trial sc lOo large sizes 50c trouble and 100 of Ohas O Martin No Whit No 3 No 1 Mixed Oats No 3 No 2 Fnng Berry No 2 Red No 3 WHEAT 2 2 2 95 5 t Sometimes that wo have a complete as ortment of SHOES RUBBERS and OVERSHOES for men women and children and oven babies Wo will soil a good solid school shoo one that tho boys wont kick through in a hurry as low ns 125 This shoo fits well and looks well nlso NEW DRBSS GOODS W E 93 RYE No 2 Western ONIONS 61 1 BROWN Irvington Ky Per barrel BACON Shoulders Clear rib sides Clear side Lard in tierces 752 0 00 t iWVi IMPROVED IK DE MENDKNHALL3 CHILL A FEVER CUBE VCJCCCJCCC Complete In Every Detail YOU WILL FIND MOTHERS FRIEND He considers tho later invention tho Notes and Queries The Greatest DUoovery Yet lre W M Repine editor Tiskllwa III We wont keep house Chief says without Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds Ex perlmwted with many others but never got the true remedy until wo used Dr No other reme Klwce New DIeeovery dy eR take lie p1ce la our home ae in it we have a ewUia aad sure cure for cough colds WheoNt Gowb etc It it die to experisaet with other rem Â¬ edies eves if they are urged m you aa jwet aa good aa Dr Kings New DUeovery Tbey are not aa good beoaaae this reme Â¬ dy baa a reoorduf cures aad beeidee ia guaranteed It never falls it eetiefy Prloe SOe and S100 49bort A Hayaea Â¬ is the remedy which relieves women of the great pain and sufr fering incident to maternity this Swiss Glaciers hour which is dreaded as womans glaciers and moraines severest trial is not only made of Who owus tho tho stato tho cantons Switzerland Â¬ painless but all the danger is re- or tho towuships As uo grass grows on moved by its use Those who use them uo ono sooms horotoforo to havo this remedy are no longer de-Â¬ cared who owns thorn but by a recent spondent or gloomy nervousness decision in tho Canton Valals thoy be nausea and other distressing con- Â¬ long to tho communities within whoso ditions are avoided the system is limits thoy lie made ready for the coming event Lost and the serious accidents so com Â¬ Many have lost confidence and hopo mon to the critical hour are obviated by the use of Mothers u well as health becanse they have is a ifositig to woman been told their Kldnoy disease was InFrlad Â¬ Stationery Blank Books Memorandum Books flaHl GUARANTEED TO CURS And Malaria la alt Forms Taateteaa Heaa genuine without the above picture aad tb signature ot J O HeadenhaU Receipt Books Note Books Ledgers Soaps Hair Brushes Tooth Brushes Combs Sponges Ink M CHILLS AND FEVER BO NOTIONS TO LETi Periodicals and Magazines School Supplie Â¬ FBKBOTTXJi all Drue Btortu 9100at Wy icpr outr4ipt er iwls or W wtbh urn 0tltaff lva ffOMMiImtctmmnMNC MMC b Ml Wilt kv ne mumw t Mf MMMMfl mum V4B MMlteMbttOtta m f jtMnii ta curable Foleys Kidney Cure la a Guar Â¬ anteed remedy for the discouraged and dlecoaeolate A R Fisher Cloverport Stepbeaapoft Gordon K A filiellroan A Ilayaee Patesville S A Witt liar dnaMMMaj Price oanta at all Daalwa IND J PREPARED ONLY BY JN0 D BABBAGE CLOVERPORT G MENlJEINIIAIjrj HAYN1B MiiLOrtors Chfti Primpt AtttMiiH EVANSVILUE KJ Soldby SHORT Breckenridge WT5DNE8DY News 1807 DECEMBEK20 STANLEYS RIDE Stirring Episode of The Baltic of Franklin Nov 30 1864 Oallant Action of Stanleys Fourth Corps on the March to Franklin Disaster to tils Outpost Brigades Ills Dash to The Front WOUNDED IN THE FIGHT Copyright 1E97 by American Press ciation Book rights reserved Abso- - BANKLI N fought Nov 30 1804 was for its proportions tho grandest battle of tho war This is tho estimate of tho historian of tho Ar my of tho Cum berland and biog mnlinr nf its w great command- 1 Lor Thomas B Van Homo Van r4SL I Homo wroto his history of tho Army of tho Cumberland at tho request of General Thomas from Thomas privato journal and other doc uments furnished by him In concluding his summary of Frank lin Van Homo says Tlt salient features of this battlo wero tho position and action of tho two brigades posted in front of tho main lino and tho gallantry of the Third after tho enemy had carried tho intrenchments on Carters Tho brigades referred to wero Hill Conrads Lanes and Opdyckos constituting Wognors division of Stanloys Fourth corps and tho trenchea on Ca- Â¬ rters Hill carried by tho cnomy and recovered through tho activity of Opdyckos brigade wero in tho Twenty third corps lino Opdyckos brigade in charging forward recaptured eight guns seized by tho Confederates in tho bro ken Twenty third corps lino General Thomas said that tho battlo of Franklin saved Nashvillo and that tho battlo of Franklin itself was saved by Opdyckos brigado of Stanleys Fourth corpa Using tho samo courso of reasoning Uenoral Stanloy saved tho battlo of Franklin by his activity and firmness during tho prccediug 24 hours Tho forces engaged at Franklin tho Fourth and Twenty third corps bo longed to tho army of General Thomas who was at Nashvillo Tho two corps wero acting as ono body and General Schoflold commander of tho Twenty third corps was iu command Thomas had ordered Schoflold to march in retro grado boforo Hoods army of Confeder- Â¬ ates from tho banks of tho Duck river along tho Columbia piko past Franklin and across tho Harpcth river at that point with all possiblo hasto toward Nashvillo But Hood nearly spoiled tho gamo tho evening beforo Franklin was fought by throwing Forrests cavalry and tho advancoof two corps of infantry around Schoflold s column on each flank and intercepting tho retreat at Spring Hill several hours march couth of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ jy Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Wtion ac last bo ot tno Contccicratos ing overwhelmed in front thoir right and left flanks turned they did rotrcat they wero followed with n rush by tho Confederates who felt suro that Scho ficlds army was in n trap aud that they would drivo It Into tho river Yelling they swopt from Go Into tho works tho trenches tho soldiers of tho Twenty third corps on each sido of tho piko and captured tho gun which wero under tho protection of tho Twenty third corps troops Tho soldiers of Conrad and Lnuo reached tho works with broken ranks Nevertheless they had snfllcicut self control to rally uud tako part iu tho recovery of tho lino This counter stroke was liitiated by Opdycko aud his bri gade Stanley having been anticipated by just so much timo ns it took for him to rldii from tho north bauk of tho river to tho sceno of danger Thcro was no moro brilliant episode in tho wholo war than tho rido of Stanloy from tho north bank of tho river to tho sccno of fighting on tho south bank Ho was distant from Wagners exposed brigades when thoy began to flro upon tho ndvnuciug Confederates nbout ono milo Leaping into his tadrtlo ho galloped across tho bridge through tho ranks of tho stragglers his faco sot iu tho direction of tho battle It was then 4 oclock and for moro than four hours tho officers and soldiers had been awaro that tho wholo army was to cross to tho uorth bauk of tho river at dark Retreat and not battlo was iu tho air But tho ball was open nud the well known flguro of Stauloy wns seen rush ing to tho front Without waiting for orders Opdycko had bet his brigado in motion to recover tho guns aud parapets abandoned to tho Confederates Spurring his horso forward aud striking nud shooting right and left ho ECt the ex am pi o for his officers nud soldlors Two regiments wero nt his heels deployed two wero in tho second lino and threo wero in tho rear Una Just ns tho column was under way Stauloy camo up upon its left flank Seeing that Opdycko riding at tho head of tho center of his brigado was charging to recover tho lost works ho gave him no order but rodo forward with tho third Una Tho molco that en sued between theso seven regimeuts joined by tho stoutest hearted of Conrads aud Lanns soldiers aud tho Con federates wus closo nud deadly Prison ers and flags wero gathered iu tho guns recovered and turucd upon tho Confederates and tho works wero retaken nud held Stanleys horso was killed under him and ho himself whilo swinging his hat to cheer on his men received a most exasperating wound from a bullet which plowed a gash threo inches in length across tno uapo of his neck closo to tho spiuo Ignoring this painfnl not to say dangerous hurt ho remained on tho ground until tho lino was reorganized Opdyckos brigado nud tho rallied troops of Courad aud Lano in tho recaptured works with tho guns iu their pos session coufidcuco restored nil along tho lino aud victory in sight if uot ulrcady Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Altitude kd rtittilsrs spent considerable timo in raveling in tho Catskills Adlrondacks and tho Ilocky mountain investigating with some caro theso localities with their varying altitudes ttbovo sen level and their influcuco upon tho lungs and while perhaps u high and dry and light er nir may bo beneficial iu somo diseases aud for Its iuflucuco upon thu general health I do not bellovo that it has tho slightest effect upon tho growth nu pro- Â¬ liferation of tho tubercle bacillus itself In this opinion I am heartily confirmed by tho judgment of many nblo and caro ful practitioners with whom I havo most earnestly conversed and I repeat that altitude has no iuflucuco whatovor in destroying tho tubercle bacillus A consldcrablo cxperleuco with this discaso has led mo to bellevo that no pluco is better for its treatment than New York city Patients havo como to mo from every stato in tho Union from Canada from tho Sandwich Islands and from Europe and it appears to bo tho general belief among them all that the climate of Now York city with its clear air and bright sunshine is quito as favorablo under all circumstances ns is that of most other localities I havo uudcr my caro at this timo patients from sovcral towns in Colorado from Now Mexico aud California aud nil aro doiug better in this city than in their own localities Dr Hubbard Window Mitchell iu New York Medical Record ifew I huYo A Good Memory often savr s money and also good health If you are troubled with constipation indigestion or any form of stomach trou- Â¬ ble remember to take home a bottle of Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin and health will be restored to you Trial siz 10c 100 10 doses 10c large BzflCOc and of Clias C Martin Bold tho Machine Tho boot agent tho sewing machine agent tho iusuranco ageut have each and nil won distiuction by their pcrsovor ance but the agent of tho washing nm chiuo is worth his weight in gold to tho houso for which ho travels if all thero is said about him iu the following is true Exasperated Womun of tho Hotiso I havo told you a dozen times I dont want tho machiuo Sio him Tigot Ageut whilo tht dog is gnawing his want tho machine maam Pardon mo you havent yet soen half its good points It washes tho clothes cleaner than any other and in less than half tho timo It nover tears off a butut Â¬ ton Good heavens t Dont you sco what tho dog is doing Yes quito a playful animal This machlno maam utes less soap takes up less room go Kun for mercys sako Hes tasted blood and Im afraid I cant stop him It Holl tear you to pieces if yon dont now complcto Â¬ Â¬ Next to tho pcrsoual bearing of Stanley aud Opdycko and tho conduct of Op Â¬ Â¬ dyckos regiments interest centers upon tho action of tho troops under Courad nud Lano after retiring from tho ex tremo front to tho Twcuty third corps breastworks in n narrative General Opdycko printed in 1881 said General Htnnlcy mlded hU effort to rail under a very heavy lire of musketry tho scattered troops to tho support ot thu men at the nLso regninud works Lano had hold some of his men to tho works General Thomas official roport of tho battlo says that Stanley was se verely wounded whilo engaged in rallying a portion of his command General J D Cox commanding tho Â¬ Â¬ manm and its a good cause This ma Â¬ chiuo is tho best ono that ever was in vented If I can succeed iu iutroducing ono into a fumily I always feel that I havo dono n benovolent act You can uso any kiud of water hard or soft hot or Oh no nol Holl kill you What is tho machiuo worth Its worth 1000000 to any family but Im selling it for only 5 and Heros your money Ill toko it Tigo Tigol Lot gol Looks as if wo wero going to hnvo rain Well I must bo going Good aft- Â¬ ernoon Sowing Machino maam Times Â¬ I havo to put np with such things Twenty third corps states in his ofll- - Dont be persuaded into buying lini- Â¬ SSHbk ments without reputation or merits Chamberlians Pain Balm costs no more and its merits have be u proven by a test of many years Such letters as the fohowit g from L G Brgey Hucneuie Cat are constantly being received Iho best remedy for pain I have ever used is Chamberlains Pain Balm and I ay fo alter usirg it in my family for several jears It cures rheumatism For lamo back ppralns and swellings sal hy A It Fisher Cloverport and It A Khellman Stepheunport Loirell nud the Hoy An author whoso homo was in a coun Â¬ try town had planned a days outing in Bostou He intended to transact a little business see a fow sights and crown tho Franklin Stanley and bis corps had tho lead of Schoflolds column aud with an energy nil too raro in tho war ho drovo Forrest away from Spring Hill bluffed Hoods corpa aud division commanders and kept tho Confederates at arms leugth whilo Schoflolds wagon trains and artillery and infantry of tho Twenty third corps marched through under cover of tho darknoss on tho retreat toward Frank lin At daylight on tho UOth Hood again pushed forward aud Stanloys troops bringing up tho rear kept tho Confederates in check all tho way to Â¬ GKXKItU D S STANLEV Franklin Schoflold had no intention of making third corps with him to tho north bank and a portion of tho Fourth corps artillery Ono of tho three divisions of Stan leys corps Woods vas ordered by Schoflold to cross to tho north bank Stanloy who was ill accompanied Woods corpa Tho piko along which tho army had marched from Spring Hill bisected tho Twenty third corps lino of dofonso on tho south bank and wliero it passed through a gap was loft for tho tnovo nieut of wagons and troopa At that point much of tho Fourth corps artil- Â¬ lery was massed Wagners division of Stanloys corps brought up tho roar nd took position two miles iu front of p m finding Franklin About bis flank turned by heavy columns of tho enemy Wagner decided to withdraw his command to a position alxmt a third of a milo in front of tho Twenty-third corps center that is whero tho piko passed through tho fortified Una Opdyckos brigado passed iusido tho works as rcsorvo to the Twenty third corps line on the piko 200 or M0 yards in rear Tho interest of tho battlo turns upon the action of Opdyckos brigado and of Conrads and llanos at the extreme front Tho Confederate attack when it cawe about 4 oclock In tho afternoon wm vry sudden uud Wugmr ordered Conrad and Luuo to tight This they did stubbornly checking the advance Â¬ Â¬ cover tho crossing of Harpoth river stationed his own Twenty third corps upon a lino around tho village from bank to bank on tho south side Ho did not expect attack on tho south bank but thought that Hood would attempt to pass around tho llauks ns ho had douo tho day beforo and cut tho army off completely from Nushvillo Ho took all tho artillery of tho Twenty Â¬ a stand at Franklin but iu order to 30 Â¬ cial roport that Stanley arrived on the day by attending a reception given to in timo totako James Rubscll Lowell Ho had mado sceno nt Carters Hill an activo part in tho effort to rally up his mind after somo consideration Wagners Conrads and Lanos uioii to tako his littlo son with him for an Tho most strenuous efforts says tho samo early glimpso of distinguished socioty wero madu hy all tho oflloera document along that part of tho lino tho broken line Of courso tho small boy who had nover near thu pike to rally tho men and wero so beforo been in tho city was delighted fur succesiful that tho lino wus quickly re aud in duo timo tho pair sot out stored on tho left of tho piko On their return tho other members of Tho works adjoining tho piko ou tho tho fumily clustered about thorn and as left wero whero Conrads men crossed thoy uuwouud tho littlo fellow from his That officers report says that his troops heavy furs and mufflers ho was asked halted iusido tho works nud would hnvo eagerly What did you seoin Bostou rallied but tha meu of tho Twcuty Wo thaw camo tho answer in a third corps stationed there becamo breathless burst tho anaconda and tho panic stricken and commenced to lcavo fat woman nud tho Living Herculotho Courad s own men then becamo bhuky Thoy had becu to u museum of curi- Â¬ aud commenced rctiriug but soou ral- osities as well as to nu authors rucop lied uud wcut back to tho works and tiou nud according to youthful rules fought until all wns over Conrad com Mr Lowell naturally of precedence manded six regiments Tho colonels ranked a long wuy after this renowned of each of theso regiments roported in trio detail that their men halted formed and Nevertheless tho boy boro away two fought at tho main Una distinct memories of tho poet though Colonel Luuo stated iu his roport that in tho first it is probable that tho Liv- Â¬ delay uud confusion wero caused in got ing Hercules had his sharo having ting his meu into tho works by the doubtless suggosted tho topio of converabatis in frout but that flvo out of bis sation which was physical strength six regiments formed quickly bohind Mr Lowell bud narrated to his open tho works uud fired n volley nt tho Con mouthod small auditor an anocdoto of federates clnsoly pursuing Tho coloucl n prizefighter who in danger of being of tho Niuety sovcuth Ohio of Lauoa ruu over in a crowded London thorough brigado reported that tho abatis broko faro had knocked down aud killed a up his lino but that tho meu formed horso with a olow between tho eyes iusido tho works doubling upon tho His other recollections aro of his own Twenty third corps ranks and then oc- Â¬ pleased omburrassmeut and tho insistent curred cou fusion iu tho comumuds cordiality of tho poet so ofteu spoken In support of theso statements tho of aa ovcrpuucttlious and fastidious colouol of tho Ouu Hundredth Ohio a who would shako bunds with him ex Twenty third corps regiment stutioued tending for tho purpose a hand faultat tho piko says that Conrads men lessly gloved in gray kid which clasped camo ovor tho works and filled and without reluctance tho childs hesitat crowded the trenchos To roliuvo tho ing fuzzy paw clad in a woolen mit prossuro bo ordered tho Fourth corps ten sticky with recent molasses candy troops Conrads to fall back aud re Youth s Companion form at tho second line which order hit No Hnmbuff owu men misunderstood and themsclvo Foleys Honey and Tar does not claim fell back The accounts takeu together show that whilo thero was alarmiug to preform miracles It does not claim disaster thtro was also gallant recovery to cure all cases of consumption or asthma but it does claim to give com- Â¬ aud glory enough for nil fort and relief in advanced stages of GtoitaK L Kilukr these diseases and to nsualy cure early Prosperity comes quickest to tho man stages It Is certainly worth trying by whose liver Is In good condition De those afflicted or threatened with these Witts Lltllo iuly IMsors are famous dread diseases A K Fisher Clover little pills for constipation biliousness port R A ShelhnaB Stepheasport indigestion and all stomach ant liver Gordo It Hayses 1aimllle A troubles Short Waynes Witt HanHMlmrg Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ liquid Tho strongostbydraullo pressure would not squeeze one half of 1 percent of molsturo from dry wood but by put ting tho samo material into an iron re tort and converting it into charcoal by moans of heat tho gases and cmoke to tho extent of fully OS per cent of tho weight of tho wood may bo condensed into a liquid called pyroligueous acid and from it aro obtained wood Alcohol acetate of ltmo and wood tars A cord of wood weighing 4000 pounds produces about 2060 pounds of pyrollgnoousBcld and 700 pounds of charcoal Tho pyro 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In the A EXPERIENCE 60 YEARS Only line running Parlor Cars between Louis vlllc Oweniboro and Henderson Only direct line to the North and East For further Information call on or addreis Agents or H C MORDUE A G P A Louisville Ky L II St L Hy Fcrdsvife Branch MAY 30 18U7 East Bound Train Daily I Dally ex Sun exSur No 8 No VoOam 8 00 TIME TABLE No 10 Trade Marks Designs Copyrights c TAKING EFFECT WeitBoucd Trains 1MOTHERS g tkati i1tlmi nf an artnntlfln lanrnal Terms i r four months tL Bold brail newsdealers Branch Office OS V sciemmc American fir handsomely Illustrated weekly Tersest Bt Washington D 0 I Dally Dally ex Sun ex Sun STATIONS No I No6 1060am Lv Irving ton Ar 11 25 Garfield 1140 Harned 1147 Junction Hardlnsburg- U65 12 10pm Junction 12 25 Kirk 1235 1265 1 742 7 7 7 7 L7 f5 120 1 FIFTEEN A SuKercr with YEARS laae Bade Say fewchlldren escape that most annoy- Injr but most common chid hood com- plaint caused by deranged kidneys and 45 arFallsIioughlv Dempster Rockvale Glendeane 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bxaUb Tonrhapplneas Is sseaa anainronc cicnr sna neaiiar and nu mind and brain l alwara at ret and UIISHHAKS HMTMUIIIVllAliEKIIIU rsllef in mankind In all head troubles Jra CMTHa ait HE 1HKUIT JA odor ofGntiirrh dl TABlM Ha appaars b That awful dm Wnnderfiil In IUr Kererand AtUima tsr HUY 0mV IIUHMUS sUtWI If au WmmwJy i mrUY ilBBS Fredonia N Y June K MM Dr M M Fsmmch Dear Art I most cheerfully recommend your K14aef and Backache Curo for what It ku done for me I have been a sufferer for flfieea yean with Umo back and kidney trouble Some Â¬ 1 could bird times my back has beea so ly straighten up for a month at a time I would be taken with a stitch la the Wit thai would last from three days to a moats Tb doctors could give me no relief Que physi Â¬ cian Mid I had itralaed say hck sad were wu no curt for IU Two yoar ago I got six bottles ot yeur Kidney and Backache Cure and emu buttle U your Blood and Llrer Rewedy and Nerve Tonic Kellef began at once asd ooaUaued UHlstervptedly to a perfeat cure rj O YOUR FORTUNE It jour tironstn asaptne uh fa tMiJ ll atrr a il wrvaSLU m rr ll te ctwau aie ex tiacsait aia cs j lie muiuriuar ugaineaa or marrlaca tniTn snsanltj and Ooniamptlon ll taken in tuna Their uaa ahnwa ImmaitUr meal and Beets at CUKE rtberaalT other elfin ins genuine roa We ait poi E re eared thoueuds and wl earAlax Tablet aThar eachoaaeor refund the moner PrlouM CTSiner lMkfIn plain wranm Kail treatment Price ULSO Tlr Pse npon receipt ot for lirouli ME A MAN MADETABLETS POSITIVELY CORE Packet Line AJAX Fast Mail Line Between JlZJtftrvaut VUeain Falling eauiej orj bj snj India affl enttona or other Thtv quickly oml sural Louisville and Evansville raatoraLmtViulUr la old or roans and ImpoUnc AbuM HlMplaaanaM eto Kicaauoa Mam Imh Pmr Porter BTKAMKRS wirai ru E G RAGON F M llvan Master Penny Muter W A Bishop ruAA KuracuY uu Srji TARASCON DL L T Conner TELL CITY R H Ballard MaHer WB b4 The intense itching and smarting inci Â¬ dent to these diseases is instantly allured bv applying Chamberlains Eye and Many very hud coses Skin Ointment have beea permanently cured by it It is equally efiolent for itching piles and a favorite remedy for sore ninnies chapped hands chilblains frost bites wm carooiQ sore eyes ui cts per box Tetter Salt Itliettm und Eczema HnVril and lUw Dsly except 8trdmy PD Prw STAGGS betweea Br Cadjs CewHtleu Pewders are just what a horse needs when in bad vsaieaifnga OMassi CHARLES Neat door above MARTIN Coa PmoripOBPhrBiieet1 Tonic blood purifier and Thev are not food but qwlioiiM and tty wet in use to pat a hone la priaw poatiWow Frio 96 condition -he UetwltethatertUUsth B Mnl 4Ue 171 1W Loaesyttt Frtlbt Snipped ky this Hat deHrsred pUk er idib M Traveler wlH tad tha eUe4i ar mh passed la epeMa ad sseomwadsMoi Tbtbett nHsujih aasptefsd m Mkt ABtsrU Lo4rIie j s4 a4 i Afn DlPKMIty rTWlITJt OvwMboro Fr Clvvrprt par ptMrfcaft 0 V WWXIM T P A Kt V MFT s s X JT3JCV idssaKA Piff rtir RICHARD GARRETT Breokenrldge County At His Home Illinois In fi JTK XMXjklntvSi V- V XziJCxxr V JT3L X 4 xVIt ii li i nli Qrii aim Dandruff fs jjisease News 20 r The beginning of Baldness is dandruff Keep the scalp clean and promote he growth of the hair by the use of Jeers Jrfair tyigor Breckenridge f WEPKNRDAY DECEMBER - 1897 opy Local Brevities Canned goods City Bakery The City Bakery lor your eatables Mrs Coleman Haswell is quite sick Confectioneries are the best at City Bakery Emel Nolle is spending his Christmas in Louisville City Council will hold a special meet- Â¬ ing to night Oysters and celery served in any style City Bakery Miss Mary Moorman is visiting friends in Owensboro Itibt E Woods of Louisville was in the city Monday Mrs A B Skillmanis able to walk around her room Sam LaHeist of Henderson was in town yesterday Mr and Mrs Miko Popham went to Hawesvllle yesterday Mis j Nelly Burks is visiting friends in Louisville and Lexington To you one and all heres greeting for the New Year City Bakery The raerchapta in this town all report a satisfactory Christmas business P S Miller was a passenger on yes- Â¬ terday mornings east bound train John Burks of Henderson spent Christmas with his family in this city Charles E Beecher of Louisville was with Mr and Mrs Julius C Nolte last week Mrs W B Rutledge and mother Mrs Willlngton left Monday for Mt Wash ingtou John Lasley was accldently killed at West Foint last week while shooting a gas well Wesley Swargit Owensboro is visit Â¬ ing his parents Mr and Mrs Christian Swaggot The News had the pleasure of eating turkey with Mr and Mrs John K Ditto Monday Mr Jamea Beavin and sister Miss Sarah of Jolly Station were in town yesterday The parlor car on the west bound train yesterday morning was crowded with paesengtrs Virge Wright of Ekron sold in Louisville last week 1 hhd new Burley at 10 per hundred Sam Conrad and wife went to Green river Saturday to spend Christmas with Mr Ed Hambleton The bids on the new iron bridge the contract for which was let last week ranged from 400 to 625 0 F Cash man arrived from Irvington yesterday where he has been enjoying the Yuletide festivities Mr O W Moorman accompanied by hisnelce Miss Margaret Moorman went to Louisville yesterday Mr aud Mrs Jesse Keys went to Irvington Monday to bo with friends and relatives for several days Miss Cora Peet ofTavaresFla is in the cltv the guest of her sister-in-laMrs George W Short Tlios M Bandyr of Uinon Star visited his sister Mrs E A Kissam and son James Edward last week Mr and Mrs Sam Dlx and children are spending the holidays with her sis Â¬ ter Mrs Seariient at Fordsvllle Judge and Mrs W D Holt and their daughter Miss Mary left last week to spend the winter in New Mexico Conductor Plank haudled 225 passen gers on hia east bound trip Monday He is very popular with the traveling public 11 N Ihidsdn Road Master of the Texas has so far the record for killing patridges He has killed over 500 this season Miss Delia Batt one of the composi- Â¬ tors in this office went to Cannelton Saturday to be with her mother until Friday Mrs W E Minor of Addison is the recipient of a box of extra largo Florida oranges sent to her from her son Daniel S Burks MrsJuliu 0 Nolte ami daughter Eloise and Miss Laura Satterfbld are In Louisyllle this week with Mr and Mrs A Y Ford Col Bate Washington and Capt Dan Smith were both in Louisville last week Bpending Christmas with their grand Â¬ children Mr and Mrs Hanka and daughter MIsj Lzzle of Stephensport spent the holidays with their daughter Mrs John Welaenberg Mr N 0 Bratchor of Sirocco went to the Falls of Rough Monday his old horn which he ha not yislted before In twenty years Mr T W Gear of Oirllnsvlllo Ills Saturday and Sunday with Mr and Mm W G Smart Ho was accom bewe by hia wife who has been mm mutt pi bee Utr Mm Smart Â¬ s Remember City Bakery Miss Bettio Hamilton living near Brandenburg is spending the holidays wth Mr and Mrs W B Withers Wil Â¬ low Dale Miss Kate Withers is at homi from Bardstown school to spend tho holidays Her fathor Mr W B Withers met her at Louisville Mr and Mrs Joseph Seymour arrived yesterday morning from New Albany Ind where they have been with rela- Â¬ tives and friends Dr and Mrs Rial of Canneiton Ind were the guests of Mr and Mrs Alex Boyd Saturday and Sunday Tney re- Â¬ turned home yesterday Quarterly meeting services will be held at the Elm St M E church next Saturday and Sunday Rev V Elgin Presiding Elder will preside Ed Goodnight came up from Hawes-Â¬ vllle yesterday evening and spent a few hours He is one of the best and braln est write up journalists in Kentucky Edward Reldel of Louisyllle and Herbert Reldel of Owensboro were with their parents Mr and Mrs C II Reldel of Holts Bottom during tho holidays Mib James G Haswell and daught r Miss Minnie of Hardlnsbuig lefty ester day for New Haven Conn where they will spend sometime with friends and relatives J hn McCoy an expert miner of Victoria has been in Hancock county for two weeks prospecting for cannel coal He says he found the indications good and the prospect for coal very flit- Â¬ tering Mrs Elvira J Babbage received from Mrs Armstrong who is sojourning at Rome Italy Sunday morning a hand Â¬ some Roman silk bag in all colors It is a beautiful pelce of work and highly prized by Mrs Babbpg Born to the wife of James Kincheloe the jeweler Monday a flue son Allen Owen Hearty congratulations to tho young people who though so recently come among us have won many friends ton pound boy Carrollton News The annual banquet of the Masonic Lodge number 133 F AM will occur Friday Dec 31 in their elegant lodge rooms in this city This will ceitalnly be an elaborate one us tho Masons know how to spread themselves Mr and Mrs Chas II Drury and little Bon were passengers on the east bound train last Thursday to spend the holidays at his wifes old home Carroll ton Ky It was the first anniversary of their marriage and their first trip home Walter May came down from Louis- Â¬ ville and spent the holidays with his parents Mr and Mrs Charles May He left Sunday accompanied by his two sisterp Misses Eva and Eliza who will bo the guests of Mr and Mrs Charles Mook A Former y Man Dies A Welt Rounded Useful Life And Beloved by All Honored IFr mthe Alt Jo III Democrat Ou Tuesday December 14 Richard Garrett doparted this life at his home Charles Burnett St Louis Mo who is connected with the Hamilton Brown Shoe Company came Saturday and remained until Monday with his aunt Mrs Mattle Walters His mother Mm L Burnett after a most pleasant stay with relatives accompanied him home Old Lucy the family carriage animal of Dr T N Watfield deceased of this city was found dead Christmas morning in her stall Sho seemed to be in perfect health the day previous but Mr Fralze in whose service she has acted for so long a period thought her death was due to old age She probably had reached the 30 year mark Orb Kasey and lames Beavin were before Police Judge Skillman Monday The former was Sued 75 and cost and twenty days in jail He was charged with drawing and flourishing deadly Beavin weapons on Geo Weatberholt was fined 50 and cost and put under a 50 bond for six months good behavior His charge was breach of the peace R H Stewart of Caddo Mills Tex in renewing his subscrptlon says Say to the many friends of Mrs Jane Fry mire that it is almost impossible for her to get well Sua has cancer of tho stomach she is at Farmersyille Tex I was up to see her December 23 Mrs Jordans daughter is also sick with fever On last evening a tacky party took place in Smarts old stand for the benefit of Baptist Organ Fund A large crowd gathered and it was a most laughable Tis wonderfnl to see bow occasion some persons can get themselves up The one that appears more dignified in the walks of daily life are the moBt com- Â¬ ical looking when amusements of this nature occurs Wo go to press too early to give a more complete account near Alexis in North Henderson town- Â¬ ship Mercer county Illinois and was burled in the Alexis cemetery December 10 1807 with Masonic honors Mr Garrett was born in Virginia March 13 1830 moved with his parents to Kentucky in 1834 living in Brecken- Â¬ ridge and Meade counties In 1855 he moved to Texas living there one year when ho moved to Illinois in 1850 set- Â¬ tling tho next year on the farm where for more than forty years he has made bis home and whero ho died He has been most successful in life adding acre to aero until his farm Included 550 acres well tilled and improved His wlfo who survives him was formerly Miss Juliet Douglas a native of Kentucky born October 5 1832 married December 21 1840 There were thirteen children twelve of whom survive an honor and credit to their parents six sons and six daughters to wit Adeline David J William M Martha A Peyton J Douglas Alice M Robert L Lucy A Edna E Mary E and Richard The funeral was held at tho homo on December 10 1807 being conducted by of Topeka Rev M F McKirahan Kansas a friend of the family assisted by Rev M R Baer of Alexis Excel Â¬ lent music was furnished for the occa- Â¬ sion by Miss Minnie Klernan of Gales burg and Mr Willis Humphreys of Alexis Miss Lena Loveridge accomLoving hands decorated the panist casket with choicest flowers Mr Garrett had long been an honored member of the Masonic order being a charter member of the Alexandria Lodgo No 702 under whose auspices he was buried When Mr Garrett came to Illinois in 1850 with his wife and four small child- Â¬ ren he found a wide extent of raw prairie land with a house here and there scattered over tho landscape He pur- Â¬ chased 80 acres all prairie except 11 which had been broken Here in this far West in the new northern country on the frontier of civilization lie with a few other Kentucky families cast his lot and laid the foundation for the beau- Â¬ tiful home ho has bullded He loved his family and lived only for them He was a home builder and a home lover and the 550 acres Improved land the handsome mansion the beautiful or- Â¬ chards and sheltering groves the sheds and shelters for fowl and animal the hedges and corrals the spring and well are memorials of industry enterprise and management but tho love of children the regard of neighbor the respect of cltizan the eulogy of friend and the tear of sorrow are monuments whiter than marblo more enduring than granite and more beautiful than glided mausoleum If to found and build a model home if to rear and train noble daughters and sons if to live and labor sixty eight years for the welfare of others the good of society and the upbuilding of human- Â¬ ity constitutes a worthy life a heorio character and a splendid manhood then Richard Garrett was a nobleman whose memory we delight to cherish and whoso example we heartily commend Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Fortify the body against disease by Tutts Liver Pills an abso- Â¬ Was The Stag Supper liven nt The lute cure for sick headache dys- Â¬ pepsia sour stomach malaria Mitchell House Christmas constipation jaundice bilious- Â¬ Night ness and all kindred troubles The FlyWheel of Life SEVENTY FIVE GUESTS DrTutt Your Liver Pills are tire fly wheel of life I shall ever be grateful for the accident that The Evening Will bo a flemorable brought them to my notice I feel One To All as if I had a new lease of life J Fairleigh Platte Cannon Col Tho old town was simply a throng of merriment Saturday night The long anticipated banquet came oft as arranged at the Mitchell House Promptly at the hour of 10 oclock the promoters with their guests gathered in the lobby of the hostelry anxiously awaiting tho Bound of the gong Truly may it bo said it was by odds the largest banquet that has ever taken place within the knowledge of the oldest citizens of Clovorport Thero were seventy five present and the good old tlrao they all had will long be remembered This banquet was in particular a stag throughout but thero was with tho youthful ones men who have nearly They reached the four score mark were there for protection as it were Mr Mitchell the accomodating landlord opened every window and removed every latch from his doors and did all that a man could do to make each iiidi dual feel at home and have cause to remember blm as a man with an open heart The menu consisted in part Roast Bar broiled venslon roast turkey blue wing and red headed ducks Incubated frying chickens quail on toast salads and all of tho tropical fruits The sup- Â¬ per was spread in tho new and spacious dinning room and tho annix cafe which had been temporarily construct- Â¬ ed was tempting with all of the latest decorations there stood thoso skillful and polite caterers OBrien and Elder where you wero served with the best of fine wines etc and to the genuine Old Fashioned Kentucky rggnog The beautiful and harmonious strains of the mandolin aud guitar were rendered by the Morrison trio which tended to make tho souls of many feel as tho a Klondike regular mine had been struck Throughout tho evening numer- Â¬ ous speeches and toasts were mado by some of Cloverporta witty speech-maker- s Possibly and moro probable there are always a few who get tho wrong version of an occaion of this nature While everyone had anexceptionly good time still everything passed oil nicely Just ask some of the older ones and theyll tell you the bovs did right In conclusion will say tho whole oc- Â¬ casion was a point ROYAL A Strong Fortification mmkmmmmmmmmm BUI TBI RIGHT BY MAKING m YUAR SOMEONE HAPPY Tutts Liver Pills If some one was neglected why not remem- Â¬ ber them by a nice New Years Present We urday and Sunday Dr JooOwen of California will arrive here to day Tuesday for a short visit to relatives and friends among whom he formerly lived A successful protracted meeting held near here at Union Chapel by Revs Dugplns and Miller has closed There was a baptising at Rock vale Sunday W O and W R Moorman agents for a Chicago fertlllz r house sold 303 tons of fertilizer last fall Of course our far- Â¬ mers will havo a big wheat yield if the season is good I recently saw Miss are Making a Clean Sweep Alma Mattlngly with one sweetly beautiful letter from relatives near Hardinsburg It told of the death of Miss Eva May daughter of Mr Sam May In September Miss May an attractive girl ol sixteen was visiting hero Her happy face and pleasant man Â¬ ners endeared her to friends already known and made new ones until many complimentary things were said of her How pleaslDg to read that she lived and died a christian loving every one speak Ill of none and never uutering the cross or impatient words which so often wound brothers sisters and parents More beauty tho world has not than such lives in young people Examples of this sort aro destined to do us good and make our lives better Of all the Christmas Toys Carried over Prices that will make you want them Prices that will make them bargains for you Come get some of them before they are all gone A 14 iDch Doll this week 9 cents Un m tt tt n tt tt Big v tt tt A 10 cent Game for 9 cents A 25 22 A 50 45 Closing Out Reduction all Over the House o A Happy New Year to You All CASTOR I A For Infants and Children If 89 rirjr VTSJJH JJmHSBSBHS REAL LIVE OLD SANTA GLADS I SULZERS AT THE GREAT BARGAIN STORE OF i GEO YEAKEL DUESS GOODS Serge worth 780 at J 10 pes novelty dress Q O Goods wotth 40C at v 3 pes blue red and tan Henrietta i7 worth 75c 3 pes changeable Q C i pc all wool Mack Serge worth 0c at pc all wool llaclc Co Brandenburg Ladies Fine Wraps Lot Beaver Cloth OC Capes at JiJiO lot Fine lluh no Capes 1 1 WANTS f kwwywcw A11 QQp CLOTHING 500 Mensi8 00Suitsat 500 Mens Is 00 Suits at 308 Mens i5o3 Suits nt 00 Boys lteeTer Coats at JJO worth I500 Boys Suits from 73c to mfvtyftaywvW Cni r worth t8 Two FOIl SAIK tervice handfome yonnff Jacks for next spring lrices low and terms easy Jal G Stephens Addison Kv six FOIt UKNT One story dwelling five or For with outbuildings In Eastland Information apply to Mrs Samuel Johnson at the old bank building on Hgh Street persons indebted TAKK NOTICKwill please call and settle to theÂ¬ without delay Upon failure to do so I will of neces- Â¬ sity have to Ukejudgment on all unpaid accounts in order that I may be able to dispose of the claims to good advantage It S Skillman Ok Dec 6 1 87 Breckenridge Circuit Court containing 16 FOR six milts northeast ol Hardinsburz jo acres cultivating and 40 acres valley land and the balance woodand Two dwellings an excel- Â¬ lent orchard well watered It is known as the John Board farm For further In ormation write to II K Hall Hatfield Ky A tract of land atiQ Mens Overcoats the 8 quality at 498 Biggest cut of the season In Fine Overcoats tosh Coats from Si 75 to I lot Childrens Jackets at less than cost Mens and Boys Mackin Â¬ JO 1000 Brown blk bIue7Cf Cloth worth i 00 Uv Ask to see our Nov f Cn Goods at elty Slltworthi2s at OOS INFANTS CLOAKS Carpets and Oil Cloths All wool Carpets 75c quality at 50 quality S GLENDEANE The school children are free till Jan- Â¬ uary 4th Miss Hattie Brown is at Mr Dawees her uncles Lennie and Jess Haltingly are spend ing this week in Owensboro Carroll and Lawrence Vessels Owens- Â¬ boro are here visiting relatives Miss Mary Blanford left Saturday for her home till after the holidays Jim Deano Glen Fisher Henry Moor- Â¬ man 8r went to Cloverport Friday Your correspondent is at home for tho holidays and doesnt get all the latest Â¬ Ladles and Gents Kid SALE Gloves See our great too Kid Glove In black and colon a glove that will wear eiinal to many 12s gloves Wool and Caslmcre Mittens Gloves at 14c Cream Henretta Cloaks with handsome silk embroidery worth H 00 only 198 All wool Hidei Down in all colors only 34c Ask to see our heavy Flannel for skirts and childrens wear only 10c PRODUCE flp UUl at res Oil Cloth at Straw Mat VERY lie mt WANTED 35c 24c 08c CHEAP At Highest Market Price SHOES iXISxSSXs Apple Trees 15000 three and lour year old number one Den Davis apple trees The price per 100 cash at the Highland Nursery or de- Â¬ livered in Cloverport W S ASIIUY SALE ASKINS Bklkkap Ills Feb 10th1897 Mendenhall Evansville Ind Dear Sir YourJImproved Chill and Kever Cure has been one of my best sel lers during the last year my purchases having exceeded two 2 Gross I find that it gives splendid satisfaction as those who use it once invariably call for it again Yours respectfully S II Reesb news J O Moorman Hardaway Bewleyvllle stayed two days with friends hero last week Â¬ Weil Children that arc not very robust need a food something to be used for twi or three months In the fall that they may not suffer from cold Pierce Makes an Assignment Mr Robert B Pierce coal dealer of this city and who has been extensively operating coal mines near Hawesvllle filed a deed of assignment last Friday morning for the benefit of his creditors to Major J A Barry The assignment was caused from the overflowing and breaking of the mines nt Hawesvllle and not from being pushed by his creditors Mr Pierce fully understood the condi- Â¬ tion of the mines aud felt that he could not lnyett more capital and be sucsessful The failure was a startling surprise to his friends as it seemed he was successful in every enterprise he took hold of A News representative met Mr Pierce who said he felt confident all of his creditors would get dollar for dollar His liabilities are 4500 and assets 0000 RB Â¬ warming building and fat forming EMULSION of Cod Liver Oil with Hypophos phitcs of Lime and Soda supplies SCOTTS apt exactly what they want They will thrive grow strong and be well all winter on this splendid food tonic Nearly all of them become very fond of It For adults who nvt vfrtr stffHlo--r a W course of treatment with the EmuWon for a couple of months In the fall will 1 -- paai winter In first class con Â¬ dition Ask your doctor about this you l SCOTTS VmvUkM See tkrt nun tad fish we on the wrsfper oo All drugfUut 50c and MWNE ChemUM Xw Yrfc SCOTT H put them through the WUU CMrU MwliTw Hw44oututlpalioa lorevtt O CathwtU hn ItaQOdfuciiUtiralwtfMMr aV Sweat will not discolor goods dyed with Putnam Fadeless Dyes These dyes are guaranteed to be absolutely fast to sweating and washing 10c per pack Â¬ age Sold by W E Brown Irvinijton Miss Cilia Owen Hardin county was hero last week when her brother tDr for Fifty Cenia Guaranteed tobacco habit cure makes weak Joe Owen of California was visiting men strong blood pure Wo 1 All druggists relatives he had not seen for years Mr A O Burton worked hard to make The Automathlans rendered one of the entertainment at the Baptist church thoir best programs of the year on the a success There wero three trees a last school day before 6hrlstmas present for every child In the Sunday Among the most pleasing things were a school Another tre was devoted to the public and was loaded with gifts recitation by Miss Irono Board a poem galore many very bandsomo ones Re Â¬ recited by Master Riy Moorman was Utopian Christmas citations and singing and an address by capitally received Mr Shullz of Groveland made up an Twenty Years Hence by Miss Monna interesting program very much enjoyed Hunter was replete with happy predic Â¬ tions and good thicgj for many Robert by a large audience Christmas Reverie was Moormans OJkmWOXVXLJk fully up to his high standard of-- excel Â¬ ntelence and was enjoyable the school lain th ttftttw paper Salmagundi contributed to by tt Vw r K all but arrauged and read as only Misa Kid McCoy the couqueror of Creedoa Blanford can do was perhaps the most has challenged Fitsaiminone for a finish erjyed part of the program May tbe New Year bring us meeting m goodl fight from bit weak Left Ud Walslttr KaUil Billy HattlBglys baby Is sick euied itHH wttav Mr JlmaU Moorman aad hia daugh Â¬ ter Mica Lulia were ia Otovarport Sat Considerable sickness now Dr Demp- Â¬ ster and W R Moorman are among the seriously ill Mr Cass Rhodes will quit business soon W O Moorman talks of buying his houso and lot Miss Alma Mattlngly will spend this week in Hardinsburg the guest of rela- Â¬ tives and friends It seems all Chinadom could not sup- Â¬ ply firecrackers if they wero Bhot as plentifully everywhere as here Miss Irene Board and Miss Allco Brown are spending the holidays at their respective homes Hardinsburg and Harned Miss Mary Moorman accompanied by her cousin Mary Peyton Falls of Rough will visit Miss Irene Board Hardinsburg this week Mr and Mrs Milt Mathoney had a number of their friends take Christmas dinner with them Mr and Mrs Curtis were of the number Hardinsburg aud Dfs Kincheloe Milner of Union Star have been in atÂ¬ tendance upon Dr Dempster and his patient W R Moorman or JBBWSnjuSriK Some Interesting History of the Town and the nan Who Founded It Strayed or Stolen 1897 Mr A8KINB Ky Dec 24th From my farm at Hurts Ky one steer two years old weighing 8x3 pounds dehorned when horns Asking is a otationon the Fords were lurge nearly white marked half crop off Editor right ear swallow fork and under bit in left ear ville Irvington branch railroad fifteen One muly heifer two years old nearly red weigh miles west o Hardinsburg It lies ad Â¬ ing 700 pounds marked swallow folk In right ear under half crop in left ear Liberal rewarcf will be jacent to the big cut on the railroad and given for ijformation or their return to me at liuras Ky Dr Den Harned the public road between Breckenridge Hardin and Ohio counties splits it in Ilieckenridge Circuit Court the center I dont suppose Askins George M Youngers Admr IlalntllT vs J would ever Lave been known but for George M Younrers heirs e defendants Alt persons having claims against the esate of the railroad people making it a stopping George M Younger deceased are hereby notified point or their cars Long before the to produce the urns belore the undersigned Com missionerat hisollice In llardinsburir Ky prop railroad was built the surrounding coun- Â¬ erly proven on or before the first day ol Febru try was almost a wilderness The Askins ary 188 Given undr my hand as Commislontr of said got in here and cleared up a good deal of Court this i7th day of December 187 land and when the railroad got to com- Â¬ V Cllabbage C BCC Dreckenridge Circuit Court ing this way they were right in it II G WhittlngbiUs Admr IlaintllT Some of them live around here yet vs Elizabeth Whlttinghlll and others Delfts They helped to build the road that is All persons having claims against the estate ol cleaned up the right of way and making Remus G Whiuinghill decease1 are hereby no tified to produce the sime prorerly proven on or themselves useful generally they got a before the first day of February 189S before the Lum Askins is undersigned Commissioner at his office In Har station named for them dinsburg Ky right here now bordering on to sixty Given unoer my hand as Commissioner of said Court this lth day of December 1807 years I think the town was named V G Babbage C B C C Twenty flve principally in his honor Breckenridge Circuit Court yeais ago he cleared up one hundred Solomon Millers Admr IlaintllT vs acres here and it came right up to the Solomon Millers Heirs - Defendants and of course when they got to the estate of railroad All persons having claims against Solomon Miller deceased are hereby notitfied to mapping things out for a town Lum had produce the same before tbe undersigned Com Be- Â¬ missioner at bis office in Hardinsburg Kyonor to come in for a part of the honors belore the first day ol February 1898sides naming the station for him they Glven under my hand as Commissioner of said Court this iith day of December 1S07 permit him to keep a boarding house V G Babbsge C B C C Lum gives me a But that isnt all yet bit ol hia personal history to night that All members of Murray Post No NOTICE A II are requested to meet Satur- the public generally has not yet heard of- day January 1 1898 at la am Important bus Â¬ Those who do know him know that By oliection of thaCom nandcr iness he was a soldier in the late war fighting the Endow Â¬ The annual They must know too NOTICE Hanks K of P meeting of Wednesday for Uncle Sam will meet December so to elect officers for the ensuing jear that If he isnt drawing a pension It is All members are requested to be prevent something singular I supposed when Chas May Sr Secy and Ti eas I casually broached the subject that ho persons ADMINISTRATORS NOTICR to AU estate of was down at a rating of about thirty dot Indebted the lars per quarter but he informed me Austin Heavln deceased are n lined to com for ward and settle on or before l ebyo 1898 that he had never received a cent His l Admr FA HXAVIN j J C MattimclY application has been before tho pension department at Washington he informs me for twelve years yet it has never aVVfli Mr Askins has suffered gone through many serious tilllctlon as a result of bis He is work as a private for Uncle Sam The Best Dental Work In the Gli totally blind in one eyo caused by ex- Â¬ posure in the army and the other one BXST SET 07 TEETH 700 too ia about gone bo he Is in fact about No bettor made blind Yet here ho is at the ago of six Â¬ Honest charges for all other work ty or more with an application for a pension before the department for Wo guaranteo satUfaotton twelve years and has never yet received Ueoth Diitde in ono day a cent Hia case struck me as being Teeth extracted without pain rather a strange one aa huudreda are receiving penIona who fought for Un- Â¬ LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS cle Sara aHd sever got a scratch He saya however that he lmsat given up 44 FOURTH AVENUM all hope that he will yet be aaecr stful Over Atsnue Theatre and bilag Uscle Sam to titae LOUISVILLE KY Hm at Asklas Is wbata ooe of the UnwmUr the NUMBER ad NAME el ostlUwt plied ol work waa iIom by th We Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ railroad when they built the branch from Irvington The station is right on the divide between Breckenridge and Ohio counties In order to get through it they made a cut fifty feet deep and about three hundred feet long and most of the work was through solid stone They were engaged at it about five months working often as many as fifty men at a time The job I heard cost the company over twelve thousand dol- Â¬ lars when they got it completed Tho erode on each side is yet pretty heavy and the iron horse has to do some pret- Â¬ ty heavy puffing to get along Fordsvllle Is just five miles below here and viewing the situation from a rail- Â¬ road standpoint I figure it out that some tme in the future the road will be ex Â¬ tended to Hartford and thence on to make a through connection at some point This must be done to save its respectability and give the people better facilities than they have at present Hartford would levy a considerable tax on her people to make this sort of a con- Â¬ nection As it is she is out In the cold and retrograding for want of railroad fa- Â¬ cilities It you remember when the tax question was run in the Hardinsburg district it was sprung in Ohio county at the same time and those people did not oppose it very bitterly They seemed to be ready for the thing but the railroad builders concluded to stop at Fordsvllle Thus Hartlotds chances for a bid at the iron horse were knocked out but she may get it yet The telephone fever has struck the people down this way They say that they want a line from Hardinsburg to Fordsvillo In the event it Is bujlt of courso it wouldnt do to leave out AsÂ¬ kins And there are a docsn other points that want it too Kirk Jolly and Glendeaue are all bidding for the telephone connection Out at Garfield Ouster and McDaniels where they al Â¬ ready havo lines tbe people are delight Â¬ ed with tho telephone Farmers are putting boxes in their houses and they appear to be a wonderful convenience So it la down this way the people want to move up front VQB Mrs Frank Ilamley Dead Mrs Frank Ilamley died Mob Jay af Â¬ ternoon at her home on Seventh St of nervous prostration She baa bees IH for sometime Her maldea same waa Misa Ida Barbee of Cloverport The funeral was held yesterday at the Episco Â¬ pal church llttv E J Hall otftclaUng Burial at Cliff Cemetery This makes two wives that Hawky Oma has lost within the pat twaye nelton Telephone Ta Curst CcmmUsmsUm Fanxm TaUCaoiroU CMjrOJsrii Maoris It U O G Ml la WNtWM iiia Breckenridge Kews 1897 WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 29 i J Yho Bashful Lover Atlanta Constitiitlrn kt V r t- h - if Ffe bL I GENERAL ZACIIART TAT LOU tbo hill he lowered tho Moxloan flag a demand whloh Taylor declined in a from its staff upon tho domo of the ens Â¬ very briof nuswor It is said that Taytlo then amid wild cheers ho flung lors representative in tho parley tho tho colors of tho Eighth United States late General Thomas L Crittenden of Infantry to tho breeze Kentucky said to Santa Anna at that Rohort E Leo camo out of tho Mexitimo Taylor never surrehdersl can war bearing tho scars of battle nud Early ou tho 22d tho Mexicans ad Â¬ many brovcts for gallantry on tho Hold vanced Taylor exhibited himself every Â¬ Ono feat that has been rohcarscd a thou When Man la Dangerous where with tho utmost daring A whito sand times nround American1 cainpflrea It is a singular fact yet ono substan horso which ho rodo that day for tho was tho perilous passage across tho vol- Â¬ tiated by statistics that most crimo Is first timo in battlo attracted tho shots canic rock beds of Pedrigal near the committed in Now York by men 29 During n lull in the City of Mexico to carry vital dispatchof the enemy years old This is not only truo of tho ffghtiug tho old hero sat with ono leg es botween tho divided wings of Scotts lessor but also of tho greater crimes al- Â¬ over tho pummol of tho saddle bullets army Tho rocks woro pointed so sharp though a man Is presumed to bo at that flying nil around him An aid suggest as to cut tho shoes tho night was dark poriod of his Ufo not only in tho zenith ot ho was riding and 6tormy and Santa Annas picketp ed that tho whito horso his physical powers but also In full lined tho way on either sido Aftor sev Â¬ was too nttractivo for tho greasers Miss Allle Hughes Norfolk Va was and cornploto possession of his mental Woll said ho tho old follow miss Â¬ en aids had attempted to cross add givfrightfully burned on tho face and neck strength with a complete appreciation of ed tho fun at Monterey and I want to en it up Loo so t out nlono and succeedPain was instantly relieved by DeWitts right and wrong aud thoir rospoctlve It was ed Scott declared in his official report glvo him his sharo this timo This condition Is a prob- Â¬ In this battlo that Taylor said to Cap Â¬ that it was tho greatest foat of physWitch Hazel Salve which healed the couEoqncnces lem which has not been solved by tho tain Bragg whoso battery stood near ical and moral courago performed bv injury without leaving a scar It Is the student of criminology and ono which American Valor on Foreign whon tho Mexican infantry began to any individual during tho campaign famouspile remedy Short it Haynea is mado tho moro complox by tho fact waver A leotlo moro grapo Captain Gkohor L Kjlmkr that tho ages of 21 27 and 40 yoars Bragg I Fields Fifty Years nearly equal It with tho intervening A Orert Natural Curiosity Taylor had about 0000 men at Buena How to Prevent Pneumonia A perfect foco of a del lea to Jo wish years showing n far less porcentago of if ho had Vista When asked afterward Ago At this time of year a cold is very cast was discovered in a small stono crimo not hesitated about putting his small It is indeed peculiar that tho crim- Â¬ about as largo around as a 10 cent pieco forco against Santa Annas 20000 ho easily contracted and if lit to run its found lying on tho railroad grado near inal tendency should bo so strong at 20 said ho would havo liked n couplo of course without the aid of eorun reliable Junction City Oro Not only aro tho with no such inolination so far as crimHo was cough medicine is liable to result in moro companies of regulars Captain Charles Mays Charge at Resaca uwaro brow hair beard and beautiful aquiline inal statistics show in as great a degrco Anna had a very large that dread dlspas pneumonia that Santa We nbso porfeotly shaped and distiuct on for tho succeeding 10 years and then forco but ho didnt stop to count tho know of no leter remedy to cure a de la Palma Taylor at the stone but tho neck and shoulders another outburst of tho animal in man Tho Moxicans woro ropulsed cough or cold than Chamberlains Cough Moxicans This condition Is found to be truo by Buena Vfsta aro vignetted off Into tho delicate agato and routed Santa Anna lost 3 000 killed remedy We have used it quite exten Â¬ like tracery of tho baokgrouiid as It actual figures and ns all statistical comand wounded and largo numbers of his sively and it has always putations at which avcrago conditions given entire would have been dono by an artist soldiers throw down thoir arms and satisfaction Oolagah Ind Ter Chief Not only is the faco as delicately bean aro sought to bo determined are arrived never returned to tho ranks This is tho only n medy that is known tiful in lino as ono stamped upon a at by this method so may the student Storming The Towers of Monterey Tho Moxican war gavo littlo oppqr Greek coin of tho reign of Alexander of this subject us well as tho insurance tunity for brilliant naval actions The to he a certain preventative of pneumo- Â¬ Brilliant Daring of Robert but in this stono are reproduced tho col- Â¬ magnato who bases his rates on tho gen Mexicans had no navy and only ono nia AmoDg the many thousands who ors of life Tho faco is whito with a eral average of losses in proportion tc seaport town of any consoqnenco was have us d it for colds and la grippe we E Lee blending of flesh tones growing deeper tho risks taken and does so with full attacked That was Vera Cruz which have never yet learnt tl of a single case in the shadows of the neck and shoul- Â¬ safety employ It in solving tho problem was besieged by Stott in March 1847 having resulted in pneumonia Persons ders The hair in tho dark shadow at beforo him Chicago Timos Hernld Captain Tosiah Tattnall bombarded who have weak lungi or have ret son to You can dye your goods in one hour tho back Is arlch auburn just tho color Vera Cruz with his wooden Mosquito Copyright 1837 by American Pross Asso- Â¬ One dose of Dr Pinr Tay Honey floet It was a deod worthy tho future fear an attack of pneunionin should with Putnam Fadeless Dyes All other associated most often with tho nscetio given to a child Bells retiring stops a ciation Book rights reserved on keep tho remedy at hand Tho dyes require from one to four hqurs Jowlsh typo to which tho whole faco IJbTY years ago commander of the ram Morrimao The cough relieves croup or cures a cold and tho armies of fleet comprised tho steamers Spitfire 25 and 50 cent sizes for sale by A R 10 cents per package Sold by W E belongs It is perhaps tho strangest part of this oxtradrdinary coincidence of insures quiet rest and refreshing sleep Scott and Taylor and Vixen and flvo gunboats under sail Fisher Cloverport R A Shellman B own Irvlngton forms that caoh featuro from tho cav Â¬ It is harmless Babies love it All Leaving ono schooner nt anchorago as a Steph nsport woro mnrchiug ernous eyo and delicate hollowed choek mothers who have used it recommend blind Captain Tattnall took tho others Â¬ If You Fear Insanity Oet Married to tho posts asto tho high narrow brow and wavy It signed them in in tow of tho steamers and on pretense An Enemy of Humanity I Prom The London Mail auburn hair1 is in accord with a famil- Â¬ order to complete of getting to sea witli them sailed down Â¬ Thero nro probably fow persons of ma The last report issued by the Commis In this How to Take a Ilatli tho military tho channel At a turning point instead ture years who havo not road tho story sioners on Lunacy calls attention to the iar typo of the Christ infinitely respect tho Oregon stono is suncrior of going outside ho steamed up within of tho man who put tho sick beggar up Â¬ rJi t I cannot understand why It Is says domination of o Mexico T h i b eight yards of Fort San Juan DUlloa on his best horso in order to take him alarming increase rf madness in this as a Work of natures art to tho Stono a physioiuu that when I order1 a cold book about which was tho only and between that famous castlo and to his homo and friends Tho beggar country One part of the facts however Man of Sorrowsin London Thisa head tub bath for my patients tho tempera ture to be nt 05 or 70 degrees thoy timo in tho his- Â¬ Fort St In go From that position his suddenly recovered his strength and lias a bright side it can be used quite was published shots reached tho city As soon as tho rodo off with tho horso that was tho fairly as an argument in favor of inar in a stono a little larger than tho recent novcr can understand how they aro to tory of tho ropub picked up at Oberam do It 1 suppose 1 shall let tho water lio that United Mexican gunners in tho forts got over prido of tho desert and tho fortune of riat an wold fashioned and honorable discovery was thoir Stfttos soldiers they surprise at tho Yankee audacity his owner Tho man called after tho institution that lias of late years been morgan as a moro casual memento of tbo stand overnight says ono But It is spot bocauso of its associations with tho not necessary to let the water stand concentrated a heavy flro of shot thief and begged him to halt for a mo- Â¬ foolishly attacked from many quarters played tho rolo passion play and eight years afterword and shell upon tho unprotected wooden ment Safo from pursuit ho did so overnight Wo aro living under civi of conquerors up Married life has its trials as the spidbeing held In a certain position was lized conditions and tho vory simplo on foreign soil Active hostilities had ships Tho water around tho fleot was whon his benefactor implored him never er said when his wife gobbled him tor soon to reveal tho faco that was some- Â¬ plau of turning on tho hot water faucet lasted about two years During that churned into foam but tho vessels had to toll how ho obtained tho horse as tho Â¬ timo thero wero many brilliant feats of run inside tho range- of tho Mexican incident if known might stand iu tho her breakfast but a man who may be what Bontimentally supposed to resem for a fow minutes will moderuto tho ble tba face of Christ Boston Tran guns so that thoy did not make a single way of relief of somo honest beggar who now asking bin sjlf Shall I marry water to exactly the proper temperature arms in which American soldiers both script Somo people do not understand taking a volunteers and regulars displayed tho boughtcharity by tho way sido Although ought to tako Into the account his chance1 cold bath anyway 1 dont wonder thoy highest valor Tho fiftieth anniversary Mrs Mary Bird HarriBbuig Pa rays it is claimed that tho story is n very old of going mad if he does not marry of tho closo of tho war is a fitting timo ono it is just as applicablo to our timo My child is worth millions to mo yet tako cold To butho properly when tho At every age from twenty to sixty is in tho tub turn down the night to recall somo of tho deeds which led as it was when tho affair occurred five aud upward the chance of a single I would have lost her by croup had I wator np to victory It is tho professional beggar who man going mad is much greater than not invested twenty five cents in a bot clothos nud batho tbo faco and neck Then stepping into tho tub kneel ou Tho battles of Zachary Taylors army makes tbo most terriblo suffering possi the chance of a married mau going mad tle of One Minute Cough Cure It ono kueo tnd wtth tho spougo throw wero always fought against odds yet bio to thoso who aro too proud too honhis victories wero sweeping and decisive est or too timid to ask for what thoy At ayt s twenty to tvventy four thoodds cures coughs colds and all throat aud tho water Hist over ono shoulder and against the single man as compared lung troubles Short then over tho other down tho spine Haynes Taylor led off in tho invasion of Mexico need Now York Ledger That causos the reaction which makes He fought his way to tho city of Mon- Â¬ with the married man are 53 to 10 St Andrews by Wardrobe the body warm Quickly spougo over terey 100 miles south of tho Rio J A Perkins of Antiquity O was that is 5 to 1 aud these oddd f gainst Tho tiny churchyard of St tbo rest of tho body muko a few mo Grande rt strong military position well for thhty years needlessly tortured by the single man although they become has many It tions fortified and garrisoned by 10000 regu iu pin siciana for the euro of rcma He smaller Hi his age iiicrcacep are to much is oyen Shakespearean associationswill ming forward in the waterinto If swimIn his last ami then jump out tho bed lar troops Taylor bad but littlo over was quckly cured by using DeWitts iu favor of ttie marriid mau that in thq poet left a housoiu tho parish to his room slippers It need nut tako more 0000 mauyof them volunteers Fight Â¬ Witch Hazel Salve the famous healing sober earnest tho fuits now dug out daughter Susannah Hall situato ly- Â¬ than u mon cut Such a Lath Is very ing began on tho 10th of December salve for pilt a and skin diseases Short and shown ought to be carefully thought ing and being In Blackfriars in Lon Â¬ benofieiul to many thin blooded people 1840 At tho cud of three days all tho don nere iho Wardrobe But why Ilajncs New iorb Times heights around tho city had been cap- Â¬ over by all unmarried men will bo asked by such as tured and tho guns turned upon tho fly- Â¬ As regards women the married wom- Â¬ Wardrobe Why It Water Never Froze ing Moxicaua Tho enemy retreated step THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE en shoiV a marked superiority over tin- - remember Betsy Trotwoods Rookery r In a palace built In tho four Â¬ Tho wholo economy of nature would married women as regards by step taking advantago of tho solidly not going teenth century by Sir John Beauohamp undergo a startling ehango if water built houses for shelter Tho Americans never frozo Tho worldsclimatos would mad but their superiority oyer singlet tho same whoso tomb in St Pauls Lung Troubles and Consumption Can be prosscd forward and fought from house Cured bo revolutionized Tho icebound polar women is not so great as that of married ohurchyard became tho resort ot tho to house Over 40 of their officors wore CAPTAIN ROBERT E LEE seas would ccaso to exerciso their chill- Â¬ mm overtingle men dinnerless who believed It to bo that shot down whilo leading tho attack 1847 In of tho good Duke Humphrey Edward An Eminent New York Chemist and Sciening influences aud consequently tbo On tho way south from tho Rio HI doposited all the old court clothes tist Makes a Free Offer to Our Grande Taylor had fought two battles shot toll After bombarding tho city currents of tho ocean might either ccaso ono hour Tattnall rocoived an imperaTho exhibition was a sort of sartorial or bo turut d asido in different direcat Palo Alto and Resaca do la Palma Readers tive signal from tho commodore to with- Â¬ tions library as somobody has remarked In this last battle fought May 0 1840 draw for fear all would bo lost Now Its slto over against tho northeast Thus tho gulf stream would seek oth occurred tho brilliant cavalry chargo The distinguished New York clforaist After the capture of Vera Cruz Scott er shores than those of Britain and tho comer of tho church is covered by led by Captain Charles May on tho pressed onward toward tho City of Mex- Â¬ climate there might be subject to the Wardrobe Chambers In the churchyard T A 81ocum demorstrating his dlscov Mexican battories and his ery of a reliable and absolute cure for Contagious Bood Poison has been ap-Â¬ Ho two of Vandykes mon May 0 1840 Taylor marched with ico fighting on tho way tho brilliant extremes ot heat and cold noticeable in battlo Gordo lato General other countries of tho same latitude propriately called the curse of mankind daughter was baptized there so thero Consumption pulmonary Tuberculosis 3000 soldiers from tho battlefield of James of Cerro was ono Tbo tho horoos of Shields at Tho icobound rivers of tho north not- Â¬ It is the one disease that physicians can- Â¬ aro artistlo as well ns poetic associa Â¬ and all bronchial throat lung and Palo Alto to the rolief of tho besieged ably thoso of Russia and Siboria would not cure their mercurial aud potash tions Indeed Fai thorn tho engraver garrison at Matamoroa At Resaca de la Cerro Gordo At Contrcras and Churn chest diseases stubborn coughs catarrhal bo open for navigation and Russias remedies only bottle up the poison in was burled there An old epitaph is affectlonp general decline aud weakness Palma 8000 Mexicans disputed his busco farther on toward tho great city the system to surely break forth in a preborved in Maitlaud but no trace of many brilliant personal foats wero per activity as a sea power and a commer Â¬ more passage Thoir line was drawn behind a loss of flesh and all conditions of wast Â¬ virulent form resulting in a total it is now to bo found ravino 00 yards wido and tho road formed At Churubusco gallant Phil cial nation might alter tho wholo world wreck of the system ing away will send THREE FREE BOT Kearuy charged on horseback with n of commerce God pleased tho world nmvtlllngcrossing at tho center was exposed to Mr Prank 11 Martin a prominent When yet TLES all different ot his New Dlscov Canada would become another coun Â¬ jeweler at 926 Pensylvoula AVeWash- frpm their cannon which also wero handful of dragoons to tho outer walls fire Bellas James to Nature paid hUdebt eries to any sflllctpd readerof the Breck try altogether Au immenso tract of land trained to cover tho openings in tbo of tho city At tho storming of Chapul ingtonuisay Anil here1 repoaest as he lived be dyd tepec Sept 18 1847 a host of gallant Would bo available for cultivating hardy la long knridqk News wrilli g for them I was for chaparral lining both sides of tho road The saying In hlr strongly Torlflcd time under treat Buch 1110 uoh death ben a long truth to tell His New Scientific Treatment By splondid practipo Taylors cannoneers soldiers nftorward distinguished iu plants aud Greenland might bo what has Â¬ meht bf two of Ee lived a godly life and dyd as well its uaitio Indicates Tho absence of ice drove back tho ndvanco Moxicans uutil both tho Federal and Confodorato arcured thousands permanently by Its Â¬ won high honor Moro than SO bergs off tho coasts of -Hollas lames was evidently of those the best physi Newfoundland thoir guns wero massed in and behind mies cians of this city whose band 1b subdued to what it works timely use and he considers it a simple tho narrow pass over tho ravino Sounds brevots wero given for that battlo to and Iceland would result iu u much professional duly to suffering humanity for a severe case in Westminster Gazette of increasing battlo at Matamoros mon who bocamo distinguished leaders wanner climato In thoso islands whero of blood poison to donate a trial of his Infallible cure in tho civil war Among these wero now tho crops often fall warned tho Americans that thero wus but my condition Tor Kidney Troubles Science daily develops new wonders Ico too plays an Important part In not a moment to loso and Taylor or Â¬ Grant Leo McClollau Joseph E John grew worse all there s nothing than Foleys Kid Â¬ and this great chemist patiently experi- Â¬ ston Lougktrcct Stonewall Jackson tho economy of nature Thus If wator the while not Â¬ ney Cure every better who trips dered Captain Charles M May to charge one Fightlug loo Hooker Beanregard it will menting for years has produced results novor froze snow hall and hoar frost withstanding the tho guns witli his squadron of cavalry Pickett Armistcad Sumner Major An would coaso Tho loosening of soils aud fact that ithey agree to this A R Fisher Cloverport as bemflclal to humanity as ran be To cover tho chargo tho American gun chareed tne three R A Shellman fctephensport j Gordon claimed by any modern genius tho disintegration of rocks by tho frost ners oponed and drow tho flro of tho derson Earl Van Darn Sedgwick Gran C His as Â¬ W AjmiHarea dollars and many other now vital effects would Moxicans Thou tho gallant horsemen gor and Fitz John Portor vm i ii ris My mouth was fUIaiaee Pstesville K A Witt liar sertion that lung troubles and consump In tho scaling of tho castlo of Cha dlnaburg bo lost In short tho ubsenco of lco sped like lightning down to tbo ravine tion are curable in any climate Is proven would bo on tho one baud an incaloul filled witu catinir sores my tongue wis into and across it leaping tho enemys pnltepoo Captain Lewis A Ann Is toad Bft a May Urn Kept Vreeh Tor Months eaten away so that for three by heartfelt letters of gratitude tho leader iu tho front rank of Picketts ablo disaster on the other hand n great almost filed works before tho gnus could bo reloaded months I was Unable1 to taste1 any solid It k impossible in some sections ot In his American and European laborator Loudon Globo and trained to meet tho onslaught Tho chnrgo at Gettysburg was tho first man boon food My hair was comJutf lout ripldly the country to get perfectly ficsh eggs lea lu thousands from those cured in all cavalrymen cut down tho cannoneers to leap into tho ditch and placo a laddor and I was in a horrible fix I kfd i4 daring the winter season say Mrs Catarrh it a Diieate with thoir swords bnt so impetuous for scaling tho ombaukracnt This ho various treatments and was nearly di S T Sorer Iu The Ladles Home Jour Â¬ parts of the world was tho rush that tho squadron swept accomplished under n shower of bullets Which rr quires a constitutional remedy couraged when a friend recomaiended nal VTaguartLagalnst this in summer Medical experts concede that bron- Â¬ on past tho gnus Gathering a handful and baud grenades but was wounded It cannot be cured by local applications SSS After had taken four bottles I In tho adventure Lougstroct who was began to get better and whckjl had UiaerMltfirtBt are elrtap pock thorn chial cheat and lung troublos lead to of survivors Mny faced about and Hoods Sarsaparllia is wonderfully suc- Â¬ tliey will keep la Qousumption which uninterrupted I chargod again capturing tho Mexican then a lieutenant marched with his cessful in curing catarrh because it t radi Â¬ finished eichteen bottles was was cnr4i Jllmewater au4 without gooaoWi0Bor taea ououim row means speedy and certain death sound and well my skin company in tho heavy battailous which general At that moment a regiment of T water over a blcmlah and I have had np nrtnr Simply writa to T A Slecam M O American infantry following Mays followed up the attaokof tho light diyi cates from the blood the scroulou taints iuc uisense aaasavaa wciroai me cMWxCfeouW settled and cold pocwdof liwet wkea 98 Fine sffeet New York glvlnjr pest gory path rushed iu and seised tho bat siou He carried the flag of his regi Â¬ whlchcausj It Sufferers with catanh of misery SSS gtmnmk4 urffy pour it owrefally over the efegs which office and express address and ment aud whilo waving it to cheer tho find a cure In Hoods Sarsapaillla eyen vegetable will tery the free cure any case of Uood 4ow snail in wen forward was severely wounded after other remedies utterly fall Futdiwg that Taylor tbmtttted to poison Books oa thcdlscase youhava packedstand In a4a cool dark saedfclrM wjll be promptly pml Saskr a stone jar and a Tho flag was picked up by Lougstreots Â¬ and its treatnaroh to the interior of Mexico Santa era should take ipatant advantage of his plaee Sags way aU be pck4 tyt salt Lioutwwut Pickett Pickett Ainu gathered m army of 80600 ot companionflag to tho vory I anything Hoons Pills are prompt fttdeot al Â¬ ment by mailtd lia will toNcfM poresof generous proposition bote tho walls of the free Swift bis bsk troops and unmlird Into th to opt Sneclfic Co Please tall tlw Doetor that yov saw his castle and while the battlo raged oh ways reliable say to take pwYewporatiOH will m vaUtgr of lie Rio Ciruudu to expel tb - SaV mm saWV Ailaata G off in the BaacKakuixiB Nawa tba riaht and on tho left at the base of 1Ifi i Awwrirwnt TVir The armies uut on the 9M J 1 HI Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Hut when it com8 ter mistletoe I ttunno what Ita fer Comp John Oomp John If you wait youll miss h r Marys at Ihe mistletoe An some one elsall kls3 her Thats the way they hollered fer all o them tlitiy knonori That Id liutit loviit Mary half a year arnre it snoweu That Id writ my love in letters in a albumbook for her But when it comes ter mistletoe I dunno what its fer I Oomp John comp John If you wait youll miss her Marys at the mlstletop An some one elsejl kiss her Thats tho way they hollered an a feller from the crowd Jest took the invitation an smacked her lips eo loud That my hrurt it kIvo a flutter but twuz fur away from her Fer wh6ii it coiups ter mistletoe I dunno what its ferl Shame John Shame John I ToM you that youd miss her Marys left the mistletoe An Johnll never kiss her 1 1 1 1 liunjt np tho tnlstletoeI wu Btaadlti by An Murjr lookin at mj with a twinkle In her eye An wlnn she 8 too right un ler It I fait my feellnflBtir Folk 1847 at tho pass In th Angostuia mountains near tho Hacien Â¬ da of Dnenn Vlstn Tho plnco was nn other Thormopylta A nnrrow ennso way between steep mountain spurs on tho oiio sido and impassablo water coursos and ravines on tho othor was tho only road by which tho Moxican ar Â¬ my could march forward Taylor deployed his men on tho mountain spurs and on tho crest of tho ravines On tho S2d Santa Anna do inandod tho surrender of Taylors army of tfobrunry Tina Pension Monster frrm the Nur York Timo Ohio Woman Suffered Groat Agony Unlike moat of ihe Republican proa From a Terriblo Soro Her 8tory of our neighbor The Sun looks the de- Â¬ the Case and Her Cure ficit in tho face It docs not try to con- Â¬ For many years I wai afflicted with a ceal It by JutgHng with figures and It milk leg and a fow yenra ago It broke out wanted no titnu with tho delusive phan Â¬ In a gore and spread from my foot to my toms ot hopo The Dlngley act tjoes not knee I suffered grtat agony It would now yield revenue enough and It does burn and ltch all tho tune and discharge not promise to yield revenue enough to a great deaf My health was good with pay the bills of tho Government The the exception of this sore I tried a great Sun says eo bluntly and urgs Its party many kinds of salvo but some would irritate the Boro so that I Could hardly to put somo revenue producing power stand tho pain I could not go near the into the act by amendments Having little confidence that the Ad- Â¬ flro without tutferlnjj Intensely Someone sent me papers containing testimonials of ministration and Congress will heed lis cures by Hoods Sarsaparllia and I told appeals for tariff amendments however my husband 1 would like to try this med- Â¬ our neighbor presses for consideration icine Ho got me n bottle and I found It another method of making both ends helped me 1 kept on taking It until my bookkeeping It I cannot moot In the Treasury limb was completely healed Hoodyfl Sarsaparllia enough for the attacks the rotten petston system and pralso great benefit It has been to mo It calls for a purging of tho rolls It shows cleanses the blood of all impurities and that the number of pensioners is far be- Â¬ Mns ANNA E yond the possible number of persons leaves it rleh and pure who can have any possible claims upon Eaken Whittlesey Ohio You can buy Hoods Sarsaparllia ot all the Government charges that the roll druggists Bo suro to get only Hoods are tremendously swollen with unworthy family names and set forth by striking illustra niff ar0 tlus favorite 25C rlOOCl S IrlIIS cathartic Trice tions tho enormous cost and burden of FROM FOOT TO KNEE dtorjfltt iaitk Notes I From NOT ALWAYS A UHDEHSTOOP the New Yotlc Timet If Its Worth Printing Will Print WI HEROES Â¬ OF MEXICO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ the system The Sun is a new convert to Republic- Â¬ anism but it gives its party sage coun- Â¬ sel Its present views of the pension system for we remember that It exhibited no marked sympathetic Interest In Mr Clevelands attempts to eulb this monstrous abuse rt fl Ct the growing public sentiment of hostility to its further extension That sentiment is making itsilf felt all over the country except in Washington whero Congrers as usual is rushing through private pension bills at a speed that forbids the adequate ex- Â¬ amination of their merits The Republican Party is now suffer ing from its tarifTblnnders These would be forgiven if it would tako up tjio pen siou lists and begin with courage aud severity the work of pinging them of the foul stuff that now makes them a pub- Â¬ lic scandal instead of a record o the patriotism of our citizens and the grati- Â¬ tude of the Nation The pension system and tho tariff system are the twin off springs of tho Socialistic doctrine that the Government ought to support the people But the pension system is the greater abuse of the two It calls more loudly for the axe and the pruning knife Cut off the beggars tho deserters the frauds and the perjurers and the list would be n duced something like om half There would be a surplus in Â¬ stead of a di fidt then and it would be possible tort duced tho burdens of the tariff Nothing the Republican parly ciud do would so strongly tend to check the growing dislike and distrust of its poli- Â¬ cies among the people Â¬ Georgia has embarked on the doubtful experiment p authorizing State bank notes for general circulation A bill passed on the evo of tho adjournment of the Legislature provides that any State bank may Issue notes payable to pur- Â¬ chaser or bearer up to one halt ot Its unimpaired capital the notes being re- Â¬ deemable on demand in silver bullion at its market Value If any attempt is made as it certainly will be by the United States Government lo collect a tax on such issues the Governor is di reeted to take the necessary legal step to prevent lis collection The blir should be entitled A bill to litigation at the expense of the Of the filate of Georgia We can hot Imagine that any lawyer In Georgia 1b doubtful as to the result of any legal step to prevent the extcution of a law of the United States which has stood un- Â¬ disputed for more than a third of a cen- Â¬ tury It is too bad that tho leaders of the Georgia Legislature did not turn their attention to securing for the people of the State the currency and credit they are entitled to and which thoy could readily get on a perfectly sound plan if a few strong Democrats In Congress wotild consent This is now the clearly avowed policy of the advocates of cui rency roform throughout tho country If the Democratic politicians of Georgia would give up fooling with the silver de lusion and Ihe underlying fallacy of In- Â¬ flated Government money and fairly aud honestly try to obtain a sound syE tern of bank issues and bank credits they would serve their people and their party far better than they have done in Ihe past tax-paye- fact often overlooked or not always understood Is that women suffer as much from distressing kidney and bladder troubles as tho men The womb Is sit- Â¬ uated back of and very closo lo tho bladder and for that reason any distress disease or inconvenience manifested in the kldneyp back bladder or urinary passage is olten by mistake attributed to female weakness or womb trouble of some sort The error is easily mado and may bo as easily avoided by eottlrg urine aside for twenty four hourp a sediment or settling is evldenco that your kidneys and blad- Â¬ der need doctoring If you have pain or dull aching in the back pass Waterloo frc quenlly or scanty supply with smart Â¬ ing or burning these ars also convinc- Â¬ ing proofs of kidnoy trouble If you have doctored without benefit try Dr Kilmers Swamp Root the great kidney remedy The mild and the extraordi- Â¬ nary 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