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Digital page images are linked to the text file. -4- -fi RTDi ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 6 countywill comeup earljin the session It is to cause an exciting debate expected that this bill which is a bhot at sheriff Pflanz of Jefferson county for alleged partisan treatment of tho Louisville silver daily will pass with little effort Tho old fight to repeal tho South Â¬ ern Pacifics charter the bill to regulate and reduce the fare1 on railroads and several others are already drawn and ready for tho enrolling clerk Â¬ iws 18981 Royal makes the food pare tr VOL i XXII te NO 23 wholesome and dsllcloaa FRANKFORT GOVERNORS MESSAGE METALLIC MONEY As it Now Exists Should Re main Unchanged trailer e currency nsirzt or 23000 oae bo established In pUcos of 4000 nm in Inhabitants and branches or banks ure ilr Fifteen Pretty Women State Librarian For A New County to bo Established Ohio Daviess And Out Hanoock Popular Jim who used to breathe the freo air of Breckenridge is RECOMMENDATION THE indeed one of tho bett liked men at the SUCH- - IS capital He is without opposition to of day all because tho now and old members all know and esteem him and it JTi Commission Would Have would take a life time to find a man of Monetary Demand Obligations of The more fitness for the clerkship he will Â¬ V Stone that the security of the It noteholders uader tho present plan Is groat cr than usually supposed it notes should be Issued by all national banks to the amount ot 80 per cent ot their present capital the security In tho form of total omitting consideration of stockholders liability or a guaranty fund Is more thau 7 to 1 In tho 8270 banks outside tho re serr cities tho protection would bt 010 U 11 of notes ritted Is apparent BAD NEGRO SOME SHORT LYNCHED STORIES He Murdered Two White Men On iut Â¬ For Readers Who Have Other Business To Care Christmas Day Itfcl POWDER absolutely Pure CcMtJ For Re- Â¬ COAL - OPERATORS Meeting Of the Pittsburg- District Hold fill i4 - p - a busy session He is a new member but has a hearty handshake and A kindly Discontinued aa Money Bccausp It Is smilo and nod which promise to make Argued They Are an Injury to him popular early in tho session The Nations Credit Special Piiankfoiit Ky Jan 3 Though lie is a Republican he does not The eye of Christmas seem at all radical and saw him chat Â¬ Correspondence I tide with vista of toy drums and guns ting witVafilver man to day as if they nothing of empty ar to amT fn Washington Jan 3 The monetary rhadbeen raised in the same political commission appointed at tho business Lfoldi dyspepslaUaviDg paaibenjjHffplror A mens convention in Indianapolis in the state settled down to business h11 Theres again talk of introducing a bill a report just made retain the existing eyes turning toward the state capital to form a new cpunty out of Ohio metallic money unchanged on tho where the law milkers are meeting to JDavIess and Hancock and to make ground that industrial Interests de Â¬ remedy the legaland political ills of Fordsville the county seat bat I hardly mand certainty aa to what the stand Â¬ ard shall bo Kentucky by such legislation as Beems think the measuro will be attempted For the steady employment of labor facesstential The fact that to them to be sgiin I heard to day that such abill tories and mines must bo constantly operalmost two thirds of the present General had been in contemplation and that ated and constant operation In tho Judgment of business men Is Impossible so long Assembly is new timber has caused more Senator Triplett of Daviess would in- Â¬ as r re Is uncertainty ns to the standard interest in its doings than would other- Â¬ troduce it but I heard later that this on th which prices of goods and orders aro wise have attached to the meeting of Is urged Ana to this end was probably untrue I didnt get to see uaseaUnited States should itremoro all that un the Bolons The session having been strip-Â¬ Triplett about it certainty as to the meaning of coin In Senator ped of its Senatorial interest some perobligations thereby saving the taxIts payer by the Ability to borrow at a lower sona wouder what of unusual import can Miss Leila Henly of Breckenridge rate of Interest be transacted at this term but if I am No atteinptIs to remote county who was postmistress of Clover ing silver dollars made to change tho existto believe what I have seen and heard nor their legal tender quality on tho contrary a place Is there are to bo introduced some would port during both terms of President provided for them In tho circulation by forÂ¬ be measures which will attract wide- Â¬ Clevelandis one of the numerous candi- bidding the use of any paper money other spread attention owing to the heated dates for Librarian She will be here than stiver certificates In denominations be will be silver debates which they will almost certainly to morrow and will develop strength lowthe10 Tho of the currency which kept on must be hands which will prove a surprise to some of In parity with gold people now provided by provoke a as Is the other candidates law and this should bo done by requiring the treasury to give gold for a sliver dolOf course the first matter for disposi- Â¬ lar on demand Representative Haswell the new Consequently when It Is known that a tion is the election of the officers who gold It dollar are to serve in the two Houses during legislator from Breckenridge will be sliver circulate can be exchanged for of cerwll In the form chosen to night as Republican caucus tificates and freely matalllc money with Â¬ the new session So far as the speaker our ships are concerned they are as good as nominee for speaker of the House out being diminished will be united on a certain basis And as all this sliver cursettled in favor of Senator Ooebel in the While the honor is an empty one it is rency will be needed to meet the demands nevertheless a compliment to Mr Has- Â¬ for large change when other paper below Â¬ Senate and Representative Cripps Beck10 Is retired It for ham in the house and it is but fair to well that he should be selected for this redemption at the will not be presented cre- Â¬ treasury and It will say that both are widely known and murk of esteem so early in the session ate no strain on the gold resorves But no more sliver dollars should be coined popular and will make capable and satis- Â¬ The commission contend that the 10 difBeckhams clear track since the withfactory presiding olficers The chair Â¬ ferent kinds of money now In use create an will go to drawal of Mr Mocquot of Paducah anomalous and confusing situation Moremanship of the two caucuees rlc rests on too slender Trimble for tho Democrats in tho makes all interest center to night in the over the- whole South Is urged that a reserve of gold insubordinate offices which are to be mand obligations ofItthe government tho de lower branch and Judg3 Petrio for should not be used as money because they may bo the Republicans in the upper branch filled haye been presented for gold to the and The clerkship race is a lively one and Injury of the nui ons credit THE CONCERT winner is bard to pick though Ill It the demand obligations of the governthe ment are ustd as money reserves must bpzird a gupfs on John Bashawof Louisalways be kept on hand to redeem them ville Rut Bashaw will have to beat a At the East Mississippi Female CoThey aro not therefore a loan WltEout Interest and the expense of keeping up these hustler in the House scramble in the llegeMiss Eva L Hensley reserves has made the paper money a very person of Henry B Ware great burden to the taxpayer by an Increase Captivates the Audience of tho public debt These gold reserves are necessary unless the government perGreen R Kellar has no opposition for mits Its notes to go to protest assistant clerk of the House nor has Jim GIRL A BRECKENRIDGE COUNTY The mere credit of the United States be hlnt Its notes Is too vague a thing its pow Stone for assistant cleik of the Senate er to tax Is too remote to provide cash and it would be haidto find two more Meridian Pott on hand for Instant use So far as expopular men Win Cornwell for chief The opening concert of the E M F pense Is concerned this debt cftuld hav more easily borne clerk ot the Senate is another certainty College Conservatory which took place been Interesting bonds by changing it Into low whose election you may bank on One in the college chapel last niuht was per- Â¬ For these and other reasons tbo commisof the most exciting contests 1 Had here haps the finest thing of the kind that sion strongly urge the government to withdemand obligations now used as to day is that for enrolliug clerk of the ever took place in Meridian It was draw Itsdecline to provide gold for export money Senate There are seven or eight entries given by the seven members of the Con- Â¬ tors and put the burden and expense of and all are such hustleis it is almost servatory Faculty aud from the lorg and maintaining a redeemable paper circulation upon the banks In order to meet the de impossible to decide which lucky woman continued applause and frequent en mand obligations the present reserves of gold furnish a will be chosen cons it was evident that the audience to be In the treasury division of beginning Issue anil set aside In the appreciated the excellent talent employ redemption and to meet possible contin Pur enrolling clerk of the House there ed at tho conservatory gencies the secretary of the treasury Is authorized to sell bonds whenever the reare also ten or twelve contestants but The violinist Prof de Chandron is one sorves need replenishment his friends aver to day ttiat young Henry of the finest artists who ever came south Can Be Removed Williams of the Bowling Green Timts to live He came originally from France In this way or from surplus revenue the will hiud the prize Charlie Soraraers but has taught in northern conservademand obligations that Is United States notes and treasury notes of 1800 be of Elizibetlitown will be the new tories His last position was in the fine gradually removed and the ooijt can the to of the Senate and Will Conservatory at Qunincy 111 country can b reduced while this process will also give the Inestimable advantage of Klair of Lexington will be bis assistant Prof de Chandron not only is a beauTod Hall says he will be chosen tiful performer but a fine teacher and ceasing to use demand debts as money of Uncle simplifying our currency and of adding assistaut sergeant ot the House aud Bob an educated gentleman He speaks four to confidence In the certainty of our standTyler of Bullitt will get the doorkeeper languages and teaches almost any string- Â¬ ard Iy the plan of the commission govern Bhip of the Senate There are two can- ed instrument and will bo conductor of ment paper Is withdrawn In the first five didates for cloakroom keeper in both the college orchestra lecturer in musi- Â¬ years only so fast as the banking currency expands so that contraction can not possi the House and Senate aud it is hard to cal history harmony etc bly take place If United States notes are name the lucky one Miss Heusley tho vocalist has one of canceled their place will be taken by the gold paid out for tnera or by the lovliest contralto voices that has ever of bank notes under the newthe expansion system proof the mofct spirited races beforo been beard in Meridian Sho is a sweet posed and In the following five years all One the caucus will be that for State Libra singer and an accomplished musician a the remaining United States notes are to retired rian with fifteen pretty and popular fine teacher n was encored tlm af er beThe demand obligations of the United Kentucky women to chco3e from time States were put forth solely because tuere were no funds in the treasury to redeem There are thirty or forty candidates for Mhs Ridgell first assistant in piano is them Tho notes wero only evidence that pag and other minor places are helng a lovely performer Her brilliant execu- Â¬ property hud been received and used up eagerly sought by quite as many anxious tion exquisito touch brought forth for services or supplies or public build ings no longer available assets Tho gov young gentlemon rounds of applause and encores ernment by the naturo of tbo operation did Misi Jones who has studied in Cincin- Â¬ not retain as the notes went out any property Immediately Into coin Of course the Governors message nati for a year or more after graduating with which to redeem convertible Its demand Issues to botli Houses to- at Whitworth is evidently a flae musi- Â¬ They were not a money bused on property which will be sent were only a debt morrow at noon will create considera- cian Her queenly bearing added to her they the other band a bank note Is never On ble interest It is expected that he will excellent ability as a musician Issued fraud of course excluded except recommed tho passage of abill which will Mlsi Royal Mrs Woodall ajad Prof for a consideration lu negotiable property equal or greater value The oauk Bote everlastingly exterminate the raider and Conrad the director have all appeared of comes forth as tne sequel of a business punish the would be night raiders so before in Meridan and need no praise transaction and Is based on the active of tho couutry which la severely as to make such lawlessness from our pen Their praise is on the propertyproducers and consumerspassing be tween Impossible hereafter He will doubtless lips of almost all who hear them In view of the scarcity of United States ask for the creation of thooflke of state Indeed President Beeson is tq be con Â¬ beads they cannot long be regarded as a bads for circulation Moreover any bond bank inspector and it is said may recom gratulated on securing such talent security of a higher character yllds a Jew mend the passage of a bill creating a Meridian Is proud of her Conservatory rate of interest and in a time of string loans and fund for bulldiug new capital halls The It is a great blessing to the south Al ency when borrowers need high there the It market rate of Interest Is matter which is becoming so ready many more than 100 have enrolled bo luducemeat to buy these bonds to In state chair mountainous in extent will be referred in the Conservatory and new ones com Â¬ crease circulation present systett when JXsaee under to at length and there will be recom ing in every day It is a brllllaat sue aotM would be the most needed It la least pretubje to Issue them While providing mendatioua ob to the revenue of the cess securing notes a partial use state Tfieeolleg has over 100 boarders in Â¬ for per cent of of bonds fortba coMwiseJoa 36 he capital cluding toaebera and more students ar Â¬ that Mte beyond this should be sued en all mKm4 of a part of the reÂ¬ Among the first bills to be introduced riving eoBoUatly sources of a and aftst 19 years tbt will be one by representative Morgan There k room for only about twenty bo syeetal betod tarUy should be requited awty Iseue Betes bb to 80 pr oeat Cblnn of Mercer to regulate the prtes were and President Beosoa feefe rare he Hanks of their oapltal without restraint for Is of the combine known m the American will have them before the seeelea eloW sues beyond 60 per cent and up to 0 er School Book eoBcern The iseaaare pro- - Thewoeowof thieoolitgehaotnetbinK teat obey a tax of S per teati for viding for a noa partisan board of prlaoa remarkable Let everybody lend a help Â¬ ttaeee Befoad kW per ocBt and bb t W per eoBt they pay a tax of u per oeBt eommiwloners will bo one of the moot ing hand an esMira ettch an enter These Boies would be a prior ilea Bpe all she reerc4 of tke bank sjsd in ad Important ruattoni for consideration priee in our mjdat liability dltioM upoa Ue stockholders The piison muddle it is claimed will bo Moreover alt banks Ueuhig noUs ooatrtb dona away with by the piswge of och a One Minute Ooufk Oow U per oeBtief their oirUUea aa a per toad- daily redeutp aetata xBaxaat bill Toon tho bill to ootwoUdata the Tbata what you waaiN BhoH Hay hM banks should keep a ft per oeat re of aUoriff aad jailor of JtJToraoa 9mf offlcon fiBttoi tmi I the fctftdB ei Jhe owsus- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FORDSVILLE COUNTY SEAT V Senator Jolly is on hand and ready for Government to Hear Ileport Pittsburg pec 30 The report of the uniformity committee will bo received by tho Pittsburg coal operators who have met for that purpose J D John ton who labored for tho success of the movement Bald There Is no doubt that the agreement will be signed by the majority of tbo operators and before Feb 1 we shall have signers whorepresent a production- - of 0000000 tons of coal nnnually When the agreement becomes operative tho other firms representing 2225000 tons annual output will readily and rapidly fall into lino After flaking a Confession He quested That Short Work Be Made of Bits of Information Gathered From All Inhabitable Quarters of Tho m Him And Tito Request Was Granted Body RINdled With Bullets On Mlnter City Miss Doc 29 Christmas day two white farmers were killed at Olendora by Joseph Hopkins ncero who was captured by a posse on the James plantation near Swan lake Hopkins concealed himself in a gin house but was discovered by two no groes who gavo tho alarm Hopkins fought like a demon beforo being taken Into custody and when arrested It was found the negro bad been shot In three places during tho melee Ho was not fatally Injured however and was at once taken to the scene of hlB terrible crime Hopkins confessed his guilt iflnd did not plead for mercy but beggea his captors to make quick work of him and little timo was lost In carrying out the request A rope was placed about tho negros neck and he was hanged to a limb of a tree The body was then riddled with bullets and left hanging t SOYAL VOAK Globe by These Who For Are Trained The Expressly Purpose Jls fourth wife V Â¬ V Â¬ Murder nnil Suicide Atlantic la Dec 28 John C Palm- Â¬ er of Oakland a deaf mute shot and killed Mrs D P Lenhart in whose home he had been a guest since Thurs- Â¬ day Ho then put tho revolver to his forehead and fired falling dead at her feet Nothing was developed at tho coroners Inquest to explain the killing Strike Declared OCT Chattanooga Dec 30 The miners Btrlko in tho coal flelds along the lino of tho Cincinnati Southern railway In Kentucky and Tennessee which be Â¬ gan last May over a reduction of wages 10 per cent inaugurated by tho oper- Â¬ ators of tho various mines In the ter Â¬ ritory has been declared off -- An Opora Houso Uurned Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Dralnard Minn Jan 3 Fire burn Â¬ ed tho Sleeper Opera Houso and storo of C D OBrien with a large part of tho contents The opera house was built in 18o- - by tho late Judge C B Sleeper at a coat of 20000 It will not be rebuilt Drond Itlots In Sicily Home Jan 3 Bread riots havo oc currd in the province of Glrgentl Sici- Â¬ ly The rioters havo flred upon and looted the municipal building The troops have been called out Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Frosbytorinn Church Darned Saginaw Mich Jan 3 Firo origi Â¬ r nating In the furnace room destroyed tho Warren Avenue Presbyterian church Loss estimated at 20000 In- Â¬ surance 8000 Another ring Incident 3 British stewards on tho American line steamship St Louis burned the stars and stripes aboard on Christmas and they are to be discharged Now Yoric Jon Ex Member ot Tnrlliunent Drowned Dec 30 John Peterboro Ont Burnhom Q C ex member of parlia Â¬ ment was drowned in the Ottenabeo Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ river Kicked by n Horse Waverly O Jan 3 A B Porter of Chicago was kicked by a horse and his leg will havo to be amputated Newspaper Man Dead Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ eteubonvllle 0 Jan 3 William R Allison 87 pioneer newspaper man Is dead REPORTS Stock Quotations For Jan 1 Now York Ileef Family 10 0OQ11 SO extra mess 8 0028 50 packed 3 HXftO 50 Cut meats Pickled bellies 50c pickled shoulders 55Vlc pickled hams 7c Lard Western 8 50 5 00 steam Pork Old mess MARKET Â¬ a rain and V Â¬ Â¬ U Â¬ Â¬ AVeetcrn dairy 12220c cream ery 15S22c do factory liKai7c Cbecso State large 81iflOHo small W8c part skims iWdte lull skims Hc Eggs western State and Pennsylvania frcsoh 20323a 1 Oltf Corn 33fl Oats 28c Whcat Rye 40lia 00 Ilutter Â¬ i0o Â¬ Pittsburg Cattle Choice 4 8025 00 good 4 05 4 354 CO 4 76 tidy butchers fair 4 10 m 25 commonstags3 2533 GO heifers 4 00 Q4 50 bulls and cows 2 0023 70 fresh cows 2050 3 6033 024 Hogs Yorkers mediums 3 4033 45 3 6023 05 fair 3 50 grasscts rough 3 5033 65 3 203 50 heavy 3 0033 65 pigs Sheep 4 50 3 65 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ cholco fair Cholco 4 4 C0U4 85 good 1034 30 conimou 5 0OQ0 15 lambs 4 40 3 00 Â¬ Â¬ V Ohlcngo cows Cattle Ilecvos 4 8036 00 heifers 3 004 50 Texas steers 3 4 35 westorns 3 804 30 Blockers feeders 3 10 4 25 Hogs Light 3 3033 00 mediums 33 52 heavy 3 2533 D2 roughs 3 3 35 4 75 4 10 nnd 00 and 3 35 30 Â¬ Â¬ 4 50 Bheep arid Lambs Choice sheep 3 00 fair 4 2034 40 - common exports 3 00 choice lambs 5 75 0 00 Corn 20e Oats 22V4c Whent 05c Rye 46Ka Â¬ Ilulfttlo 4 2534 05 shipping nutchers 4 8535 10 good 4 G54 ST best stecrw cows and heifers 3 5034 00 stockers and feedors 3 404 25 nogs Yorkers 3 COftCl 70 roughs cqhv 3 00413 25 mon to good mediums and heavies 3 60 pigs 3 653 70 gtcep and LamBs Sheep extra 1 75 CaUle good prme 8 00 3 0033 75 cholco lambs 5 4Q33 00 6 25 common Â¬ Â¬ Hogs Yorkers and lights 3 62H acdl 3 47 Wt stags and urns and heavies toughs 2 50S2 86 Sheep 8 004 SO an Lambs Sheep Plaveland Saturday A cargo of Cuban tobacco haa ar- Â¬ rived at NeHv York Receipta of tho government exceed the expenditures for December Captain Lannlng has resigned as su Â¬ perintendent of the Xenla orphans borne Miss Lucille Pulitzer daughter of the New York editor died at Chal wold Me Mexicans hauled down Old Glory on Clipperton island and ran up the Mexican flag Governor Pingreo may call a special session of tho Michigan legislature to get some of his reform ideas into laws In removing books to tho new Con- Â¬ gressional library building a box of papera written by Thomas Jefferson was found READY TO FIGHT According to Duns trade review Corbett Has Promptly Challenged tho there were fewer failures and more Champion of the World New York Dec 30 The following business In the United States in 1897 than in 1896 challenge has been sent to Robert Fvltz Friday slmmons by William A Brady man Â¬ The December rhcat deal In Chicago ager of James J Corbett closed without a Jar James J Corbett dissatisfied with e result of his late contest with you at CarNo letter was delivered to General son City and not believing that yon are Gomez from Secretary Sherman bis superior either as a boxer or a fighter Governor Lowndes has withdrawn and being of the opinion that the majority of the American public shares his belief from tho Senatorial raco in Maryland that he can defeat you If ever you are man A few more Chicago alderman havo enough to grant him a return battle on for running gambling equal conditions has deposited 2500 as a been lndlcte first deposit to bind a match for 10000 a dens side the person or persons offering tho Theodore Durrant has been removed largest inducements to havo tho manage Â¬ to the death cell in San Quontln Cat ment of the contest piison MANSLAUFHTER Lusty cheers for the United States That Is the Charge of Which Airs Nack President MoKlnley and annexation Pleads Guilty New York Jan 3 Airs Augusta can be heard in Cuba Second hand dealers tried to pull Nack the accomplice of Martin Thorn in the murder of Guldonsuppe the bath William Smith into their store to St rubber fat a cottage at Woodslde L Louis and he shot them Five thousand dollars worth of diov I will be arraigned In Long Island City and will plead guilty to man- Â¬ znonds was stolen from tho residence of Volney T Malott In Indianapolis slaughter District Attorney Youngs Reuben Stoneslfer who was once It is understood will consent to the imposition of a sentence of 21 years in arrested because he looked like Joun Wilkes Booth assassin of President the penitentiary at Sing Sing Lincoln died in Wllllamsport Pa Murdered Iler Husband Thursday Clinton la Dec 20 Theodore Bur The Farmers and Traders bank of Â¬ toch and Ernestlno Burtoch wero ar rested cfharged with the murder of Oskaloosa la has failed Great Britain has decided to call Charles Selhauscn the womans former husband In September Burtoch had Into active service her naval reserve boarded with Selhausen and tho hus Â¬ fleet Hugh McLaughlin dictator of tho band had become jealous compelling Burtoch to leave Upon Selhausens Democratic party in Brooklyn has reÂ¬ death he returned and a week ago mar Â¬ tired Pltzslmmons says he will not light ried the widow The woman confessed her arrest that sho had killed Corbett until the latter has whipped after Selhausen with rat poison and impli- Â¬ Maher John Reed arrested in Brooklyn is cated Burtoch believed to the notorious crook George Drank Carbollo Acid Spencer New York Jan 3 An unknown George B King 8G author of num- Â¬ woman committed suicide in the Hotel erous religious works is dead in San Windsor on Fifth avenue by taking carbolic acid She was about 35 years Francisco Canada will co operate with tho of age a brunette handsome and rich- Â¬ ly dressed Who she was or whero United States In the matter of xellcf she came from no one knows She was for Klondike sufferers Revolution is threatened in Salrador not registered at the Windsor A maid found the woman lying unconscious on and the American cruiser Marietta has tho floor in one of the anterooms with been ordered to go tuere Wednesday an empty bottle labeled carbolic acid Six men wero Injured by tho derail- Â¬ by her side ment of a locomotive in Chicago Money For Cubans The Merchants and Traders bank Washington Secretary of Dec 30 t Brunswick Ga has suspended Sherman received a telegram from the New York bankers are opposed to Anaconda Standard directing him to draw on the National Park bank of the proposed postal savings banks Coal miners of Colorado havo de Â¬ New York city for 800 the amount manded an increase of 10 to 40 per subscribed in the state of Montana through that paper for the relief of cent An American ship was compelled to suffering Cubans Tho dispatch added a second remittance would be haul down the stars and stripes at that Barcelona Spain to avoid being mob- Â¬ ready on Jan 1 bed Great Britain Declines A suit to test the right of a union London Dec 28 Lord Salisbury the to iforoe Â¬ premier haa written to United States ployment a nonunion man out of em Â¬ has been tiled in San Fran Ambassador Hay In response to Amer- Â¬ cisco icas latest proposals In the Bering sea James Whlttmer prominent farmer controversy that Great Britain enter Â¬ agreement with the United near Valparaiso Ind haa been con Into an victed of Incest with Ms stepdaughter States Russia and Japan to stop seal- Â¬ ing Great Britain declines to-- enter and sentenced to the penitentiary Tuesday into such an agreement All the members of the Japanese cab Â¬ Kach Accused the Other inet have resigned Detroit Dec 29 Edmund Traver a Three men were killed in a saloon preewimn and his paramour Myrtle row in BarbourrlMe Ky Creamer were takes to Jtraergency Italy propose the Wstabllahaeat of hospital each wR a bullet la the twa aa1 Italian bank la New Orleaaa ple Doctors think the youag mi1 Mary Castillo was shot to death by will die Their atorla differ eaeh ae George Touchl In Baa Fraaeteeo cuWbjj the otfcier of doing the ahootlag Traces qfjsree kimla of poison were a quarrel Â¬ Â¬ i touna in tne stomach of Charles Zano In Now York Booth Tucker has gone Commander tto California to complete tho estab Â¬ lishment of a Salvation army colony J W Harris a North Carolina negro was sent to tho workhouse In New York for sending threatening letters to W K Vanderbilt Jtlouday there Two ilcn fell down a mine shaft and Were killed at Wllkesbarre Pa William Bchweizer a pal of Bllnky Morgan was arrested in Detroit In New York three house movers drank pure rye whisky and died Robbers beat Mr M S Kimball nearly to death at Mltchdlville la A pet dog on which oil was spilled caused the Are In the Coliseum In Chi- Â¬ cago Apoplexy has been cured In Now York by removing a clot of blood from the brain General Rivera who was arrested In Cuba has been sent to a prison l Cadiz Spain Tho United States will not allow China to be dismembered until satis Â¬ factory terms are mail COLONIAL CABINET General lllanco Has Selected Ills Ministerial Officers Havana Dec 28 It is asserted that the following have been accepted by Governor Governor General Blanco as members of the first colonial cabinet under the regime of autonomy President of tho cabinet Senor Jose Maria Calvez Minister of finance Senor Rafael Montoro Marquis of Montoro Minister of tho interior Senor Anto nio Govln Minister of education Senor Fran Â¬ cisco Zayas Minister of commerce Senor Arturo Amblard Minister of posts and telegraphs So nor Rafael Fernandez Sostro Â¬ Something Uko Politics 28 Colonel W H Whipple chancellor of the Episcopal diocese of Arkansas has notified tho chairmen of the 58 standing commit- Â¬ tees throughout the United States that a protest against the consenting of that body to the consecration of Archdea Â¬ con William Montgomery Brown of Ohio recently elected bishop coadjutor of the diocese of Arkansas is being prepared and will bo submitted in a short time Little Rock Dec Ready JTor Battle Shanghai Dec 29 It is reported that a Japanese fleet of over 20 war- Â¬ ships is waiting near Goto Island out- Â¬ side Nagasaki fully equipped for war and only awaiting instructions This includes the Yashima and the Fuji two of the finest vessels in the Japanese navy and the Chen Yuen that was captured from China County Treasurer Murdered Fowler Ind Dec 30 James Kirk ley treasurer of Benton county was found dead in his office here He waa shot through the temple and a pistol was lying by his Bide His own re Â¬ volver was found in his desk The drawers of tho desk and the safe were opened and tho contents scattered about the offce A Good Lint Shot St Louis Dec 28 In Clayton a sub- Â¬ urb of this city Marcus Nassaur shot his sweetheart Miss Katie Dozenbach and then blew out his own brains The girl Is thought to be fatally hurt Her father was for many years collector and sheriff of St Louis county and is wealthy rMW after M Apply into t nostrils Ills quickly absorbs by mH owls at Drwftfsta or by mail ssmples XLX 8ROT1IKH8 M Wttrou Bt New York City XLYS OKSAK BATM IsaposWveewe lc lambs 4 bk 3 B04 10 heifers CaMla Steers 3 00 ft4 at oewa aad a0ft3 24 CImImmM iWbeat No a BSf Corn No 8 SOc mixed O4s No 3 wlx ed 3440 508 10 Will Have to Pay a Penalty bls f4 Ky 4Tc Â¬ Lard 14 m Jlk mu 90 44 Bea 3HM M fr H- o- 008 Catt- I- Frankfort Ky Jan 3 TwaatY 8 sheriffs failed to make final settlements with the state auditor aa required by law and will have to pay a S par eeat peaafyy ob all they owe to taa stata The total ajMouat due however will Hot 4 tWM 4 Tftmm Toronto Jan 3 Rav WlllWiia BrM f UU otty drap4 dad JaOaR wHm opalc a fuiMflU aarrlc Ha waa a popular Praabytarlaa elrtmra aasl aaoratary of Hi Ae4 and IaJrw o Preabytarlaa domMftt fund of to m Going to Build or Repair - Deappatl Dead Write curaiklr Oeooo X iwt Wool Oat XX and abovo dUl combing too No- oombtog bora 1 n tr Whoat MHc Dora Mo Oat -- e OUver d tjao k X Louisville and ForPrif on LumUr Doors Sash They BlincUJmiagles Steel Roofing will save you money J k -- P WillKyCO efcurofc I l- - benefit cant be done without cost Tho farmer recognUe this propo- Â¬ D k J 0 BHap Editor sad Frsprlstrs sition very wel and that thing which in im to bring him In two fold prices for what ho has should be the thlrg the farmer WEDNE8DAY JANUARY 5 18f8 Good desires and in fact docs desire roads are a means to this end they put him easily and rapidly to market In all Reasons of the yea they crrato n better demand for his lands and In fact for Ah Invocation whatever he lies that can be made marFr jin tb Atlanta Conttllullon ketable Thero is everything In fuor 0 New Year therefore of tho Improvement of our He true year roads The News has year in and year To every human liearl out tried to Impress this matter upon the Until at last public believing in its necessity and Your sweet life past final consummation Whether or not Wo smile kliB hands anil part anything shall bo done soon wo nro un- Â¬ vote to any but ono thlrg Is certain we A poker tiutik says tb i Chicago Rec- can uever amount to much as a county ord Is one that holds our tmys and a people looking to Improvements in a substantial measure unltss we first Tub launching of the battle ship Ken overhaul and improve our roads tucky la billed to take place February 2 ground hog day HARDINSBURG BRECKENRIDCE NWS BRANDENBURG We had a white full graveyard Christmas not a BILIOUS- Â¬ SIX PAGES Miss Daisy Mclntlro has left for Logan College RiiMcllvllle Mrs Moremen gave the yourg people two dances last week Mips Hess LowIr NESS bosses many a body and bar dons many a mind You cant enjoy tho food you liko becauso you are bilious You tako all sorts of pro cautions and yet tho bilious attack leaps on you like a tiger from ambush You know the feeling Tho blood seeming on fire with a dull heat the boring pains in tho eyes tho head scorning to open and shut tho hor- Â¬ rible nausea You know tho irrita- Â¬ bility which precedes and the languor that follows tho attack Its miserÂ¬ able isnt it Why not euro tho trouble Theres a pill that will euro biliousness Dr JC AYERS PILLS aro an acknowledged specific for this Â¬ has returned to Potter College till June next Henry Neyllt has resumed his duties at the Louisville Medical College Miss BfReie Lewis entertained n fow intimate friends to dinner New Years day Geo Woolfolk ha returned to St Louts his wlfo will remain several weeks Miss Allln Discount Sale We find too many heavy goods on our tables and are fully determined to dis- pose of them before our spring goods arrive Look over this ad carefully and see what grand inducements we are holding out to you Â¬ Â¬ Reld returned to Now Alhany with her triend Miss Magge Thbhk Is no politics in the pension question Ab Dr Buck Adklseon would Bay its fust a matter oi bies Tiik Christmas holidays with tlielr merriment for 18l7 have gone and now let us all buckle down to bushiest in the beginning of 1818 Twenty one Sheriffs in the Slate have failed to settle with the Auditor and are This dot a not subject to indictment apply to the popular t xslierifl of our own county who has been in possession of his quietus for some tltno LH W TIME TABLE eotxaiiiT Passenger Dally arr Ilardlniborg oimo 7t27 am pm Brown Mrs Emmet Coleman ban a handsome upright Fisher piano from D II Bald Â¬ win Co Jpbto Smlthmothtr and Miss SueOw ings wero guest of Masse tin Fountaine last week derangement A Swanger Teiarkana Tex writes For fifteen years I have used AVers Pills and find them very effective in bilious com Â¬ plaints I hare yet to see the case where they have failed to cure wnr Pamnn r Dally arr Ilardlnibur lli5 Just watch and listen to the Hon AlIf he bert J Thompson of Meade dont do something It wont be because of his failure to try Hes right after tue Bourbon Stock Yards now with both feet Â¬ An ambitious wife in Hardinsburg is credited with saying that alio intends to There land her husband in Congrcts is no telling what an ambitious wife can do with a husband who listens and does everything she tells him One would have supposed that lost year was one of the hardest we have had in buMuces circles If we were to Judge from the complaints of hard times which were heard on every side But the commercial agencies tell us there were lees failures than in any year since 1892 And theres that octopus the Ameri Â¬ The Kentucky can Book Company Legislature is right after It too The truth of the matter is the fellows who are tho most loud mouthed and swear the hardest for cheap books dont know the value of a school Look when they see it let alone the cost of one But its the record they are after Our town government seems to bo in a fairly piosperous condition It laid by 800 last year after paying all expeuses which speaks very well for the officers They did it by economy by spending lees than they took in just as all govern Â¬ ments and individuals have to do who are in debt find want to pay out Frank Mercer went to Louisville Sun- day The supervisors oi the tax list are in session this week Milton Coke has rented property and will move here from Jollys Station Now that the New Year has sot in lets quit talking politics and get down to business All the newly elected officers in tho the county were in town Monday and qualified Miss Blanche Claycomb returned Mon- Â¬ day from her home near Bewleyvlllo to enter college Fon Sale or excharge eoveral white and barred Plymouth Rock cockerels Mrs Lucy A Beard 0 L Beard while out bird hunting last week acridently shot and killed his painter dog Don JSheriff elect V B Burton and his deputies Sandy Butler Frank 1 Payne and Will Gardner qualified Monday VS V K Board who lives near Con- Butuiiur una buiu nia lariu mere to Horace Hicks and will move to Hardlu county Rev CundifT of Hardin county assist Â¬ ed by Itsv H 0 Hook began a protract- Â¬ ed mooting out at Antioch Monday night Good eight day clocks best make and accurate time keepereat ii worth 5 at 4 former price f at 0 former price 10 T 0 Lewis the jeweler There was a good many people in town last Monday It being the first Monday in tho new year several o tho newly elected officers and their friends came 5 There was standing room only Baptist church to see the Gnedry nes marriage Alex Stith of Louisville spent day and Sunday with his Bister at tho Hay Satur Mrn Win Bowley C M Nevitt has severed his connec- Â¬ tion with Ellendale College to take up n new field of labor Mr and Mrs George Frymlro aro You mrm Bilious DO MOT FAIL TO In Tom Heard says he has as fine n Po- Â¬ land China hog as there is in the state being up to date in style and breeding The World Fuir champion Is his grand sire Mr Moorman the now magistrate elect from iheCut off precinct was in town Monday Ho will probably change the place of holding his court from Rock The statement of the Breckenridge Vale to Glendeane Sam Henninger of West View was Bank published in this is9ueshonB that institution in a good healthy condition hero Monday and put in a switch hoard with plenty of money and to spare hikI public box for the new telephone There is no trouble about money in line The ofike will ho at the Commer Â¬ Mr Henninger iff very She lias more cial hotel Breckenridge county than she ever had before in her hlttory much interested in telephone Hues Dr Milton Board leave this week to It is in tho banks of course but it be- Â¬ attend the Medical lectures in Louisville longs to the people just the same He will be absent until about the first of His wife and child will make The Courier Journal of Saturday con- Â¬ March long list of old war claims their home in tho country at her fathers tained a against the Government due parlies in Mr Matthias Millet- during the doctors in the Fourth absenso this and other counties PreckvnridgH lodge F A M elected District which Congressman Smith has Among olllcera last week for the ensuing year as in getting allowed succeeded nev the list was one allowed to Miss Mary follows Chintz Royalty f t S F Kelly S W A JluMe ulor J W Orendorf ol this county for 150 C E Haswell Treasurer Andrew Dris David Driskel SP from Frank Â¬ kel Secretary A roHHKSiONDENT writes fort that John I Haswell will have no TIh ho officers will ho installed tho third opposition in his party for the caucus Monday in January JolinT Moore filed suit in tho Circuit nomination for Speaker This honor will not amount to much to Mr Has Court last week against tho Continental well bo far as the increase of emolu- Â¬ Fire Insurance Company of New York The house of Representa Â¬ for S500 The amount sought to be ments gi tives is a Democratic hotly and will be recovered Is for tho Iocs of his dwelling presided over by a Democratic Speaker house etc last summer by fire Mr But the honor conferred upon Mr Has- Â¬ Mooro lives on the Joum Mercer form well is a compliment to one of Brecken near McDanlels and this is where the ridges most worthy young men and the fire occurred Rev S K Breeding who spent Christ Â¬ News is glad to note it mas week in Jellerson county returned He was given a You no John Haswell Is to bo given homo lost Tuesday the caucus nomination for Speaker at tolorablo warm reception by some few Thoy got correct Frankfort because of the big Republican of ids members majority this county gave last year for knowledge of his return and met him the Republican ticket Well this may at his residence after supper with a sul -be all right but the so called big Repub stantlal donation of good thing for the lican majority was nouiwugiit aoout y ItNew Year ast Wednesday Mr and M rs 0 L the increased strength of the party afore- said down this way It was more on ac- Beard gavo a six oclock tea to a number count ot the split up among the Demo- of young ladies and gentlemen of this crats But the tiling is not likely to he place Those present wero Messrs Jones reversed until we shape tilings after the Merc r Claud Mercer Frank Mercer old Democratic plan and all vote to- Â¬ Frank Board S A Pate Lewis Klncho- loe Victor Bowmer and Marvin Beard gether Misses Eula and Llzze Miller Annio There will be a movo by the present DeJernett Mary Smith Hallie Beeler Legislature to establish some new coun- Â¬ Ida May Alice Baker Mary Board and ties but wo dont think such legislation Miss Bessie Beard will meet with tho approval of the peo- It B Pierce Cloverport who made New counties aro expensive and an assignment lust week lias filed the pie there Is often really no necessity for following si Indule of assets and liabilithem A few years ago there was an ef ties Assets One thousand and fifteen fort made to form a new county out of aiiures oi ji literal center gas stocK pir parts of Ohio Grayson and Breckenridge value fltlSOO valuo 100 Notes and ac with the county seat at Fordsvllle and countaabout 1000 Lois Nos i and 14 It came within an aco ot going through in Cloverport occupied as a homestead Now it may appear quite Important to 1000 West half of lot No 2 In Clovei the citizens of Fordsvllle to make a por600 Undivided half of eight lots county eeat out of their little town hut in Eastland 200 Other personal property SlUt 50 Total 72 1150 Liabili Â¬ not to many outside of there ties i Marion llambleton mortgage note The improvement of our public roada 2000 Unpaid interest on flame about baa been agitated by the beat farmers in 200 Coal miners in Hancock about the county for many years but there 1100 S E Avers Hawesvllle 100 baa been no definite step taken to this 0 HMoore A Co Cincinnati 15 78 end Every good farmer understands Cannlton Irou Works 215 K O the benefits to bo derived from improved Duckwall Co Louisville ij 31 Jan roads Hence he must favor It eveu if T Sklllman 50 Payne A Co 150 Kv r public Breckenridge Bank 2917 j Total 0 it shall cost mmiMpt pwvement that ahull bo of substantial 85127 Â¬ spending this week with Judge J F Woolfolk and family A wedding but I am not authorized to make it public I am very particular about such thing Mr and Mrs Ed Alexander spent the holidays In Louisville with Mrs Thomas Alexander and daughters Miss Charlotte Herndon was a visitor of Mis Jen Hardins and attended the Gucdty Ilaynes wedding I am indebted to Mr Messenger and Ills dear js for one years subscription to the Ladies Home Journal Bro Hisson talked last Sunday night on the Luclle Orphans Home and gavo it to his members for dancing Mis Mattle Howard who was the guest of Miss Linnie Moremen during the holidays has returned to Louisville Messrs Moorman Hardaway and Blanford of Breckenridge county at- Â¬ tended the cotillion at D S Richard eons I had a handsome New Years present from my kind young friend Miss Linnie Moremen It is sweet to be thus rem embered Tho young folks have certainly had a jolly Christmas A social at Mrs Wm Sebastians on Saturday night wound up the festivities Mis Mattle McGehee has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs Stuart Peckenpaugh but expects to leave again soon to be with her Lon Richardson has given up his position at J D Richardsons and is at the Arcado with D 8 Richardson Miss Zula Martin has resigned her position at the Arcade Read In another column of the Lucile Orphans Home to be started here by tho Rev Mr Hesion pastor of the M E church South and give it your careful prayerful consideration Mrs Mary E Leases lecture engage ments are not proviog profitable so she will begin on an active canvass for the Populist nomination for Congress In Kansas The Democrats will oppose Mollle Darling but she Ib not daunt Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ AYERS PILLS Try 15 cen 25 PerQeni IO IO O I on a Jacets and Capes o3flf on a11 Blankets Per on a Comforts Per cent Per cen ff on a Heavy Suits and Overcoats on a and GentVWool Per cent tho highest standard of official and gen- Â¬ tlemanly requirements Not a ihw not a fault in his long record He is Master Commisslonerwhich office he still holdf most acceptably A pure Christian man and officer Tho Quedry Ilaynes wedding was a most beautiful one The decorations in the chuich were simple but pretty O M Nevitt and Mits Agnes Malln headed Agues commenced the processional tho wedding march in exquisite time to which Will MeGeheoand Miss Lillian Rhodes stepped most gracefully followed by Eugene McGehee and Miss Maydee Pusey at a correct distance and then B Guedrv and Mary L Ilaynes all fair young girls with handsome escorts The groom Geno Guedry woro his honors with dignity Lida was prettily and becomingly gowned in white Paris mus Â¬ lin as were the attendants ruffled to tho waist with sash of same ruffled the waist was fluffy and puffy giving the whole toilet a happy effect The coif- Â¬ fures were all high white chrysanthe- Â¬ mums twined Bro Jenkins pronounc- Â¬ ed a most impressive but short ceremo- Â¬ ny and offered a tender petition The secesslonal was in the same time O Promise truo and Call me Thine Own were softly rendered during the cere- Â¬ mony The bride and groom left for Evansville and thence to Eddyville to spend a few days with Mr and Mrs Guedry parents of the groom O en Underwear on a Per cent Clothing ae 4--- i Boys and Childrens This is an opportunity you may never have again So come and get the benefit of this THE FAIR CLOVERPORT KY ALL GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES Cfl Woodson Mrs 0 0 Fairlelgh furnishs each a room that Ib a If Mrs G H Lewis Mrs H DISCOUNT SALE One Price to All Casperke Mrs James 0 WMWMMMAlMWIWVWyWWWVVyWWWVWVVi ed Mis Agnes Malln will attend tho banquet at Evansville Iud given by the Kimball Music firm to its represen Â¬ tative in Kentucky and Indiana Agnes is connected with a branch company in Oaensboro where she is giving great satisfaction Sho is an accomnlised musician Miss Maude Herndon of Akron O spent Thursday night with her aunt Mrs Martin She returned to Akron Tuesday where she is takings four years course in college after graduating last June preparing heiself to teach Maude is a fine girl and her old friends were delighted to see her No ats reached us of the separation of a young couple whose boat had only been launched a few brief months on the Matrimonial Sea No wonder Parent- Â¬ al authority ignored Married in haste to repent at leisure a long life time Truly Cauon of Marrlago and Divorce should be carefully considered and the Bishop of Maryland is pushing it 1 Pl Â¬ Mrs James Fairletgh ha gone to Otvenaboro to make her home with her daughter Mrs Cheptzt Wathen Mr Fairleigli will follow Boon I a sciate theso time honored residents with Mr and Mis Gadstono Thoy have travel- Â¬ ed lifes various paths with beautiful serenity and aro closing the ovenlng of their lives as beautifully and serenely Wo shall miss them Mr W II Gougb has retired from the Circuit Clerkship to be succeeded by R II WiHett Mr Gouh g es out crowned with laurals I dont know that new Â¬ wreaths of honor could be found in that Â¬ official lino to dawn his brow He baa been there for lo these many long years a faithful public servant coming up to f When you take Hoods rills Theblg sugar coated pills which tear you all to plvtos aro not to It with Hoods Easy to take No Gripe W 11 and easy to operate Is truo ot IloodJ Tills which are upto data In every respect Safe certain and sure All Hoods a druggist 35 I Hood 6t Co Lowell Mass Tfae only Pitts to Use wltti Hoods Sarwfwuav PIsT W I hayo a sweet story to tell all Christians on this tho dawning of tho Now Year We have all just heard the sweet notes of the Christmas tide but my story is as sweet and outrivals in purity of tone all else save the ono of the Christ Child Gods best gift to the world In every land thero are precious lambs a time often comes in Gods providence when the Shepherd is called away and the Iambs are left for lions to come and devour Bro Hesson now our pastor of tho Methodist church has found the eling and the smooth stones from the pebbly brook of Cedron to slay these lions and provide a fastness for little lambs where they cin be sheltered and their young lives brightened Bro lies son has secur d the Dr Ditto property in close proximity to the parsonage and church and which he will convert into Tho Lucilo Orphan Home About two years ago he conceived the idea of starting such a home and last spring when God called his own little lamb 1 Luclle to an everlasting home he was more forcibly impressed with his cher- Â¬ ished idea and a desire to name it for his own whom the merciful Father could not eparo The Home will be as to the reception of orphan children but a Methodist institution There will be no especial law on regulat tion for the reception The law of love will govorn and love alone Bro Hesson has entered into a contract or league with the Kentucky Childrens Home Society of which Judge R II Thomp Â¬ son of Louisville is President and the Rev Wm Shoesmilb State Superin- Â¬ tendent They agree to help gather up tho children and also agree to find homes for the children when it is decided best to dismiss them No especial age will be considered for dismissal There will be a matron in charge assisted by the older children to care for tho home and smaller children The Home though located hero Is not a strictly county affair as there are four or five children alroady at the parsonage from Mayaville and Louisville The enter- Â¬ prise will be dependent upon voluntary contributions and donations monev clothing beddirg provisions fuel and literature Save up and send little books and papers for the mind must be fed as well as the body For tho present tho children will be sent to the public school but In time a school may be taught In connection with he Lucile Home Dr Dowden expects toleave the Ditto property in about six weeks when the Home will be ready lor children about twenty can be accomodated Bro Hesson does not see why most of our Homes should be in the cities for the country people are proverbial for gener- Â¬ osity and liberality hence his plan to have one established here How is this To some extent Home to be furnished like Norton Infirmary in Louisville For instance If Mrs D 0 Pusey furnish es ono room It will be the Pusey kxhu Orphans Home Ky Jan 3 BrtANDENiiuito name and a monument to her memory greater than marble or granite Suppose two ladies club together then it will bear the two names Bedding pillows save up everything and let us help Bro Hesson in a grand beautiful cause Lt Blessed us all bo Sisters of Mercy are ye poor for yours is the Kingdom of God I fell assured this loyal conception emanating from the active brain and kind heart of our pastor will meet with hearty co operation from all Chris-Â¬ All charitatians of all denominations ble Christian people are asked in tho Fathers name to send contributions A cup of cold water in his name Even as you havo done it unto ono of these little ones even bo have you done It unto Me Â¬ Â¬ Breckenridge Normal College HARDINSBURG KY eTUDRNTS may entrr at anv time and select their awn work The Tear hen und Sclen are ttronr Younu ladles and gentlemen may obtain certificates Count or good schools after completing our Teachers Course Teachers admitted FREE to an Evening Historical Club WE aUARANTEC to every Science undent an ability not attained elsewhere tors have had many years active experience In school work Our InstrucÂ¬ ryprivcirc BOARD 2 TUITION to 2 25 per week 8 00 per term of ten weeks 31 1898 Third Term Begins January For Information address J II Bandys and Mr Forest Stiths both of whom are hospitable and enjoy making life pleasant for the young people Miss Bettle Herndon is at homo from Bowling Green She will return to her school duties in a few days as will all our girls and boys who havo brightened our homes and gladdened our hearts for the past ten days Mrs Fosrer LyonB hospitable doors were thrown opened to a number of the young people both from Irvington and Webster an elegant dinner was served in honor of the fair daughter Miss Mollie who is at home from Russelville for the holidays Deepito tho extreme cold Bob Jollys mother and father sister and brother niece and nephew enjoyed his usual birthday dinner with hlmon Now Years day lie left for Frankfort on the even- Â¬ ing train to be gone lie says the entire session but well see Dont forget that there will be prayer meeting at the Methodist church on Wednesday night Everybody invited and welcome Let the New Year begin with a good resolution to attend this Borvlce It will do you good Como and see if you dont feel better for having come Dear old uncle Marvel Bewley was on board tho train for Louisville and we en Â¬ joyed a short chat with him He too was sporting a brand new overcoat a present from his girl Mr Coleman also is epoi ting a new ono but we are not iuformed as to the donor but sup Â¬ pose of course it was from his girl too Claia No 2 In the Method let Sunday School made a good report for the year miss Alary Aiaricn receiveu the uiule offered as a nrlte for moat perfect lessons She only missed one question during the entire year Miss Ada Smith was ab sent only twice and Annie Lee Bandy mree unies uuring me year jtacn 01 these last secured a pretty little book Lot as see who will win the prises an- Â¬ Â¬ B LOGAN ovwAvswivvwvvvwwvvvyywwwwvi vicinity Thats a pretty good old town anyway over thero Mr and Mrs Bate Washington and Miss Rea with your correspondent hnd an enjoyable trip to the dtv Christmas Mrs Washington visited her week daughters and thence to Lexington for a visit to relatives Mr Washington and Miss Re returned homo tho following week We felt tho deepest concern for Mr Washington during the trip but our most earnest entreaties could not induce him to remove that brand new oveicoat a present from his girl and bo promt of It was he that I verly belelvo he stol Â¬ idly refuted to remove it day or night Foleys Honey and Tar Syrup wherever Introduced is considered the meet pleasant and effec- Â¬ tive remedy for all throat and lung com It Is the only prominent cough plaint medicine that contalnea no opiates and that can be safely given to children A R Fisher Cloverport R A Shellman Stephensport Gordon Ilaynes Pates vllle E A Witt Hardinsburg Cough IRVINQTON Mr Orville Coleman arrived Sunday p m to visit his parents Mrs John Wimp entertained in honor of her son Roy A most enjoyable af Â¬ fair Miss Lena Simmons entertained the yonnger sot most delightfully during the holidays Miss Lily McGlothlan entertained tho young people handsomely during tho vacation Mlses Eula Claycomb and Nora Bandy were visiting friends the latter part of last week We are sorry to chronicle the death of Mrs Colemans steady old old Jim bupgy horse Mhs Stokes of Louisville Is the charming guest of Mits Lyler at her home Oakland Misses May and Blanch Claycomb bad a regular house party during the past week and a gay time they had School began Monday after a weeks vacation Get to work boys and girls and reflect credit upon yourselves and teacher from now until the close Miss Nellie Henderson was at home during the holidays Miss Nora spent a part of the time in Brandenburg neigh Â¬ borhood and we are assured of an enjoy Â¬ able visit Misses Ada Smith and Cecil Spradlln spent a few days during Christmas with the families of Mr Tobe Bandy and Mr Nelse Claycomb They report a delight- Â¬ ful time Little Nannie Lee Jolly has a guest little Mies Nell Stith from Ekron dur Â¬ ing Christmas week The young folks had a candy pulling and enjoyed it as only children do enjpy sueh sport Oar yousg people enjoyed delightful times at the parties gives at Mr Taylor QUARTERLY REPORT OF THE Breckinridge - Bank CLOVEHPORT KY At the Close of Business on the December 1897 jist Day of RUSOUUCES Loans and Discountslcs loans to Direc Â¬ tors S146 v 1 Loans to Officers j 6700 Overdrafts uns cured Due from National Hanks 4011731 Due ftotn State llanli and Bankers 1S69S iTg Banking Ifcuse and Lot U S Bond Other blocks and Bonds Specie Currency Furniture and Fixtures Debts lit Suit KQAQq 1 000 10 tlsooooo JO 80 73 aoooo luOjti J 30 as oco 117106416 LIABILITIES Capltsl Stock paid In in csih Surplus Fund Undivided Fronts Due Depositors as lollows viz mpuk buuj ci iu cnecK on hlch inlereit Is not p4d 1107474 40 Time ceitlncales of depolt on wmen iniereit Is pal- 9s18j10 Unpaid Dividends No 47 dared this day Fund to pay Taxes 1 toxtuo 796V9 sjiooro rr rent - 20657 0 tBospo 70007 1171054 6 other year Master Junius Foote invited a number of the younger set to asocial at his home Lakelaud near Bnwleyville and notÂ¬ withstanding a steady down pour they had an elegant time The Irvington branch did not get home until the next day but they were well oared for thanks to the hospitable people of Bewleyvllle Jksfcs- MSStUx 1 Slate of Kentucky County of Ureckenride A B SkMman Cashier of the Breckenridge Bank a Bank loested and do n business on Wall street In the city of Cloverport Ky lasaidccun ty being duly sworn says Ibat the foregoing Ko port Is In all rtsoects a true statement of Uw condi- Â¬ tion of the said Hank at the close ol business on thejistday of December 1SOT to taebettofhia knowledge and belief and lurlher rays that thu business ofsaldBsnk has been transacted at tbe location named and not elsewtteiej sail lb t the abavercport Is made la compllsnc with an of Â¬ ficial notice received from the Secretary o State klastligtbejiwdsyofJCfBibf as the day oh which such report shall be nade A jlfcKlLIMAN Cashier i7 OJLMTOZttXJL csUiriaz w wm Subscribed and sworn ta bfor-- nu tj ui ii r - rNDIIUVDIrtof Jaa WKHOWMKR 1TSKII1MAW Director Wrsctor L- - - VStSJM wwiisvViiras7KTp CsnsMuton expire J6t A- u 1900 Breckenridge News Death of Jas C DeJarnette Jas 0 DeJarnelle was born Slay 1814 tttl fiRROKELNRIDQK NHW8 CONDENSED 10th Boa OLOYERPORT KY NEWa WEDNESDAY JANUARY 6 18t8 A Jane Miller March Preposterous Fake From the Lonltvills Commercial h The Washington correspondent of a Chicago newspaper who telegraped a story charging the railways of the coun- Â¬ try wltiijggantlc robberies In connection wittitllo railway mall service baa acbelv ed unenviable notoriety both tor him self and for tlio newspaper which he misrepresents at the National Capital The Btory was not complete of course without supplementary charges of collu- Â¬ sion between employes of the Govern Â¬ ment and of the railways and since it was aa easy to invent these as It was to devise the main features of the fake they wero freely made This chrap sensation was adopted by seveial Western newspapers and given addition circulation and in some chbcb It furnished the basis for caustic com ment unfavorable to the integrity of railway officials of conspicuous prominence But to any one familiar with the methods of the Government in dealing with the railway companies which carry the United States mail and of the rail- Â¬ way companies themselves in transact it g their business with the Government the whole yarn was absurd It was simply the grossest sort of a libel upon railway and Government ofllslals alike reathi g In both cases to oflicers of the lag st powers and highest responsibili- Â¬ ties The people who pay the bills need have no concern for tho faithfulness with whlcuVillnOhio by the employes of the Post cMco Departmelic who superintend the weighing of the mails and the fixing of the compensation of the railways for carrying them and they may rest assured that the presltl uoiub tiuu ireuiu uiuungeiB ui Aiuencau railvtnys have not turned potty thieves iu order to add to the profits of the pro- Â¬ perties of which they are in charge The fact is that the railway interests of the United States wero never in the hands of men pf more noteworthy integrity than those who control them to day In our own section of the country there are no men of higher standing in the busi ness world than President Smith of the Nashville Railroad Presi Â¬ Louisville dent Fish of Illinois Central President Ii g dls of the Big Four and Chesapeake Uhio President Bacon of the BaltiOhio Southwestern Hallway more President Spencer of the Southern Rail way President Blackstone of the Chi- Â¬ cago Alton President Thomson of the Pennsylvania President Thomas of Louisville the Chicago Indianapolis President Cox of the Louisville Hen- Â¬ derson St Louis and the chief execu- Â¬ tive officers of the other important rail- Â¬ roads extending into southern and south Â¬ western territory The charge that these officials would enter into a cheap con- Â¬ spiracy to defraud the Goyernmentby tampering with the weighing of the United States mails iseo preposterous that it is surprising that well informed newspapers anywhere could bo induct d to give countenance to it by printing it Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ --nl- -cl Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Consumption can often be prevented by glvh g early attention to a cold whether slight or severe A cold quick- Â¬ ly disappears when Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey is taken Free to Our Readers Our readers will bo pleased to learn that the eminent physician and scientist Dr Kilmer after years of research and study has uncovered and given to the world a most remarkable remedy known as Swamp Root for the cure of kidney and bladder troubles the generous offer to send a bottle free that all may test Its wonderful merits without expense is in Itself sufficient to give the public conD dence and a desire to obtain it Swamp Root has an established reputation as the most successful remedy and is receiving the hearty endorsement of all physicians hospitals and homes If our men and women readers are in need of a medicine of this kind no time should be loht iu sending their name and address to Co Blnghamton N Y Dr Kilmer and receive a sample bottle and pamph let both sent absolutely free by mall Tne rigularsiZS may be obtained at the drug stores When writing please ray you read this liberal offer iu the Hrbck ksiiidqe Nuws te r MOTHER nnrl There is no word so full of meaning nhnnt which such tender and holy recollections cluster as that she who watched of Mother over our helpless infancy and guid- Â¬ ed our first totteririg step Yet the life of every Expectant Moth- Â¬ er is beset with danger and all ef-Â¬ fort should be made to avoid it so assists nature I Or G in the change tak I11U11ID1 U ing place that the Expectant Mother is ena bled to look for I II nth I 1 LflAllH Hill dread suffering or gloomy fore- Â¬ bodings to the hour when she experiences the joy of Matbtrkoed Its use insures safety to the lives of both Mother and Child and she is fouad stronger after than before short it makes confmement--- m Childbirth natural and easy as Dont be so many have said persuaded to use anything but rl 1UI1U ward without MOTHERS FRIEND u My wife suffered more In tea min utes with either of her other two chil Â¬ dren than she did altogether wltk Iter bat Â¬ tut fcviBjr previously ueed four is a 16 tle f Mothers Friend Ueseiag to mi one expecting to be Â¬ BMTBBiMOM Or DALB OmsI lUiBOll f aria Mtf BrtwcMsa m tH KAtciut br WrMe lor hook wmsstataf MsUstoalal taN totnwutoa tar all MoUsm tm Ob 4NMtos A H Barnes tho gray haired soldier who undertook the task of walking from Leavenworth Kan to Washington 1101 miles In 05 days arrived In Washington Saturday morning at 10 oclock having Persons who are troubled with indi- covered the distance in 51 days and hav Â¬ gestion will be interested in the exper- Â¬ ing lost 13 days by rain and other cause Mrs Paul Murslna outwitted a hlgh ience of Wm II IVnn chief clerk in tho outwitted a highwayman at railway mall service at Des Moines waymin Eransrlllo Ind As she was walking Iowa who writes It gives me pleasure along Water street at night a thief Jumped from an alley and attempted to snatch her to testify to the merits of Chamberlains She struck htm a torrlblo Colic Cholera and Diarrhea Remedy pocketbook blow In the faoe knocking him down For two years I have suffered from Indi then fled to safety gestion and am subject to frequent seThe remains of Mrs Clara Walker who vere attacks of pain in tho stomach and died In 1715 were dlstnterred at Urbanna bowels One or two doses of this reon Va Saturday and removed to a newÂ¬ burying ground not far awoy After beay never fails to give perfect relief ing In the ground nearly two centuries Price 25 and 50 cents for tale by A the skull and teeth wero found to be per fectly preserved The lady was the wife R Fisher Cloverport R A Shellman of a clergyman nnd died at 93 years of age Stephensport Three masked men attempted to gain entrnnco Into tho home of Mrs Catherino Sudden Death Lnuer at Watson O When admittance Rock Vale Little Mack Wilcoxlson was refused and the men did not leave dftjd December 11th 1897 and his re Â¬ Mrs Lnuer fired three shots through a glass door retreated and fired mains were placed in the Union Chapel two shots In The men The return firing attracted cemetery near Rock Vale Ky While the attention of the neighbors but the uls parents Mr and Mrs L Q Wilcox- Â¬ men fled before they were captured lson were on the road traveling from Crimes and Caiualtlen Big Spring Ky to Livingston county Councilman Overman was killed by m their little boy took sick with croup on trolloycar at Peoria 111 Nort K Burns an Erie brakeman of the night of 10th inst near Mr Martin Simmons residence and at 10 oclock at Gallon O was ground to pieces by falling off his train east of that city Saturday night was taken to Mr Simmons At 2 night oclock in the morning life was extin Â¬ Grant Dougherty a widower of West guished and the soul went to the God boro O had his skull crushed by a tree that gave it The parents resumed their he was felling at Ferrlstown O Ho Journey the 12th mourniDg the loss leaves two children In a quarrel over the sale of some liquor of their dear little boy and requesting James Hill was shot and killed at Rich- Â¬ all who will pray to send up their mond Ky by John Trlbble Both are petitions that they though unprepared colored Trlbble surrendered and Is now now may meet their little boy in heav- Â¬ In Jail While engaged In coupling cars In tho en freight yards of the Loulsvlllo and Nashville railroad at Nortonvllle Ky O E SUM Id New York McKenna a brakeman was thrown un- Â¬ A flguro that was for a timo familiar der the car wheels and crushed to death Harvey Opphlel 0 a brakeman on the In up town streets has now appeared down town It is that of a man in tho Cleveland Lorain and Wheeling railroad garb of a countryman carrying an old was run over and Instantly killed while fashioned valise upon which an adver- Â¬ coupling cars at Grafton O O His parents Newcomerstown tisement is painted Uptown ho return- Â¬ reside atwere taken for burial whero his remains ed at intervals to tho shore ho came son of George Poyne a The from looked up at tho sign over tho farmer living near Delphos O was door and then walkod in to start out probably fatally scalded A Jar of boiling again presently on another round hot water had been placed on a chair by Down town ho carries two valises a the childs mother and while Sho was in small flat valiso of tho alligator mouth the yard the ohild overturned tho water kind upon tho side of which is marked onto Us body Thomas Dillon was hunting rabbits tho namo Silas The other a big square glazed valiso bears the name near Parkersburg W Va and left his leaning dog a fence and announcement of a down town ho- gun against against knocked when his The It over run it and tel weapon was dlsohargod the entire charge Silas wearing clothes from way penetrating Dillons shoulder and chest back his trousers tucked in his boots He died within a few hours and a red bandanna around his neck Miss Minnie Roll daughter of James smooth faced and wearing spectacles H Roll near English Ind was burned and with a look of profound innooonoe to a crisp but lhod several hours whon upon his countenance wandors about death relieve her Her clothes caught through tho busy streets in the lower when lighting a fire Her mother came to her rescue and was severely burned about part of tho city Ho attracts attention and that is his business Inoidontally the face and hands but will recover While the drillers were running the ho adds ono to tho many odd pictur bailer on the Deem oil well at Hendorshot esquo and interesting features of tho W Va the oil caught Are from a torch citys varied show New York Sun and communicated to the derrick The of W Allerton a tool It is easy to catch a cold and just as olothescompletely saturated with dresser oil and were easy to get rid of it if you commence caught fire He was fatally burned Deem the well ownor was seriously early to use One Minute Cough Cure It cures coughs colds bronchitis pneu- Â¬ burned and the derrick and building de-Â¬ stroyed monia and all throat and lung troubles Deaths It is pleasaut to take safe to use and Orion Clemens brother of the famous to euro Short sure Haynes author Mark Twain died suddenly at his home In Keokuk la Saturday aged 73 Powers roputeel to be tho Daniel William Gotszyer and Mrs Jolfn Rice wealthiestW man In Rochester N Y died both of New York ptyv dropped dead Saturday after an illness of only a few while trimming Christmas trees for the hours children George W Keck of Cincinnati a mem Â¬ William Cletus and Earl Watson each ber of the old pork paoklng firm of George aged about 13 years were drowned whlls Son died at his home In skating oil the Lewiiton reservoir near W Keck was an old soldier of the Hart 137th well He Dallefoiitalnu O OVI The son of Mr and Mrs Al Samuel B Morgan one of the large real bert Field of Keyport N J pulled n estate owners of Denver died of paralysis lighted Christmas tree over on himself He was 63 years of age and a native of and was burned to death Connecticut In early life ho was a seaman In a drunken Christinas row at Pitts- He settled in Colorado In 1838 burg Ky Grant Moore shot and mortally Gardiner G Hubbard a director In tho wounded George Klnley The ball en Bell Telephone company and well known tered the forehead Just over the left eye to publlo men scientists and financiers Jerry Cage of Woodford Tenn was died at Twin Oaks his suburban resi Â¬ celebrating Christmas by firing off an old dence a few miles from Washington city musket He loaded the weapon so heavily at an early hour Saturday morning that It exnlodcd with such foroe as to kill J S BrUmbaok of Van Wert 0 presiÂ¬ htm dent of the Van Wert National bank died A sleigh containing seven people was Saturday of kidney troubles Mr Brum struck by n Lake Shore train at St Johns back was a pioneer and Identified with Tills N Y Nellie Play aged 0 was In most of Van Werts substantial Improve-Â¬ stantly killed and five other people seri- ments He leaves a large fortune ously Injured Fire Mrs Jennlo Fuller fell dead at tho home A large sawmill at Topeka Ind owned of her brother J O Leasure near Lima DUey was destroyod by tiro Ohio after eating a hearty Christmas din- by Dowell ner She with other guests was singing Loss 1 0000 no insurance a hymn at the time The 0 story building 800 and 811 Chost nut street Philadelphia occupied by the At a dance at Blacks ferry near Tonip klnsvllle Ky T Stephens stabbed Tom carpet manufacturing firm of John and James Dpbson was entirely destroyed by Chapelt In the sldo Inflicting a dungerous 00000 fully Insured wound Oath parties are of prominent fire Loss No arrests families The largo tobacco barn of Wlllktsa B Frank Drown saloonkeeper at Galll Ake near Aurora Ind burned consumpolls O shot Ab Allen a vrll knovrn ing 1000 pquhds of tobaooo 100 tons of character probably fatally Alien wm hay and other farm products amounting fighting In Urowns plaos Urowa gave to nbou 1000 Origin of fire unknown Insured for 30 himself up to the oflicers lly the exploslqn of a coal oil lamp at a The Surprise of All Sumlayschcol entertainment at Smith Â¬ vtlle Md Robert Oarer who was enact Mr James Jones of the drag firm of ing the part of Kris Ktngle was so badly Jones 8ob Cowden III In speaking of burned that he Is not expected to live Dr Kings New Discovery sajs that last Several others were severely burned and winter hie wife was attacked with La trampled upon Wade De Wolf a wan about M years of Grippe nnd her esse grew so serious that age formerly of Flndtay O but for the phjslclsBS at Cowden and Paua could do last IS months a telegraph eptfater on the nothing for ber It seemed to develop Toledo and Ohio Central rallreud at Kon Having Dr toa 0 shot himself through the Beart into llsety CooeumpUon after eating his Chrletmas dinner He Kings New Discovery in stoie and sell Â¬ died shortly afterwards No mum Is as ing lote of It he took a bottle home and signed to the surprise of all sho began to get Mies Allte Hughes Norfolk Ya was better frora first dose and half doaea frightfully bunted oa the fee and seek dollar bottles cared ber sound and well PaJa wea iBstantly seUeved by DeWlWa Dr Kings New Dieooyery for Consump Â¬ Witeh Haael Salve whlefa heeled the tion Gottghs sod Colds i guaranteed to injury wltbottt leeviBc a Mar Itletbe do this good work Try it Free trial I faaxmipil remedy Short A Uayne bottle at A JL Fishers Drag Store Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ in this county ho was married to 10th 1S37 and set- Â¬ tled down to tho life of a farmer on Clover creek He has been a member of Clover Creek Baptist church for sev Â¬ enty years and never during that long period of time was he reproved for any failure to discharge his duty as a chrli tian He was the father of eleven children six of whom are still living and thirty eight grand children all of whom he bad seen except two in the state of Missouri and his youngest sons baby Zula Jane who lived with him and whom he would have brought to his bed that he might clasp her little hand and hope though he was blind to seo her in a brighter world He had been a hard working and healthy man until seven years before his death when he was stricken with paralysis from which he was unable to do more than walk for five years when he took to his bed helpless deaf and blind until his death Notwithstanding his i Mictions ho was patient and seemed perfectly resigned to Gods will He was 83 years 7 months and 12 days old A Friend Captain Mlllmnn was heavily fined at Seattle Wash for cruelty to a sailor A straager died suddenly In the station house at Dunkirk Ind From letters etc his name Is supposed to be W J Fitzgerald Burglars broke Into the residence of A Striker at Princeton Ky and stole 110 and a gold watch valued at 40 A number of other residences were broken Into and looted of valuables An effort will be made this winter In the Ohio legislature to pass a bill abolish ing capital punishment and subsltltuto life Imprisonment and depriving tho governor of the power to pardon suoh con vlots Â¬ rofccofrgb 10 iANDY CATHARTIC A I 2000 Word - 4v Â¬ 2S ij mm f CURtCOflSTIPATIOH BaHf JJMlBliiMU milMaTTI J HP IT This paper announces In connection with The Atlanta Weekly Constitutution a new offer in which everyone may have a chance to supply the missing word in this sentence SO r urn kA saw Â¬ iBSOLmYGDMmEDi t a tvAJtti nie ill r ALL DRUGGISTS avK wa ncn Tne tr av AT FIRST IT WAS CONSIDERED BY THE AS A GOOD OMEN wvuairs crrvtrf ivn it t rr Â¬ why ih nuM vFe msv MamI wuti vase mi James Carroll S3 of Hobokcn N J Just released from the penitentiary drank threo quarts of whisky on n wagor and was found n short while afterward dead In an empty room of a tenement house whore he had boen deserted by his com panions OB A Dutschke WITH Son CO Tho The sentence is taken from a welt known publication word Is a familiar one and It may readily suggest Itself Contest Began Jan TO ENTER THIS 1 Ends March FOR 1 9B Â¬ BUCKNER TOBACCO WAREHOUSE iNCORrORATBDI two quails a day for SO days on a wsger for 2o with Albert Roberts Tho loser paid for the quails Buokley ato a fried rat on Nor 28 with coffee and bread He offers to bet 200 that he can oat nlno rats In 18 Buckley of Springfield O ato 313 310 Chapel Street llct Main and Market and 210 220 Tenth Street CONTEST YOU MUST SUBSCRIBE LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Special Attention Four Months Storage Tree Given to Private Sales days Mnrk your hogsheads Independent Warehouse DUCKNK TODACCO WARIIOUSE met cento llj tocU4 Hotel In TaWiPM mSSSSt mm IN CONNECTION WITH RATES jfjifcw W ZV PtR Ay The thjcltu THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS AT THE EXTREMELY LOW PRICE OF 200 WORD In connection with this Clubbing Rate wc will if you send your guess with the subscription price forward all for you and thus GIVE YOU A CHANCE AT THE KISSING FUND JOHNSON P5SiTUISv1lLEKy QlaassmaaiBaannannaKMnanHaMaBaMaanHaaaMSI At the end of period covered by this contest The Constitution will pay out to the successful party or parties the full prize amount that has accrued The plan Is simple and these contests have become so In the contest popular and have been conducted with such absolute fairness to all that they have been widely copied after but none have become equal to The great original series Constitution IN ONE YEAR THE CONSTITUTION HAS PAID OUT NEARLY t d t t 5 t We Want to r Remind You Perhaps You Forget Sometimes that wo have a complete assortment of SHOES RUBBERS and OVERSHOES for men women and children and oven babies Wo will sell a good solid school shoe ono that tho boys wonC kick through in a hurry as low as 125 This shoo fits well and looks well also Irnm which the wntence Is taken ta tteponluil BT opened KIheiiw of the content before a competent mranltt nation of the auicrttlon books m Tltt n these missing word contests It sets aside 10 per cent of the subscription tund received from subscribers guesMnK at the missing word and this fund Is given to the successful RUesser or guessers In the contest The fund is distributed with absolute fairness and the fact that The Weekly Constitution has MORi THAN 1500U0 subscribers and that It uherlptlnns for this distribu- Â¬ puts aside 10 per cent from all Kuessers tion fund shows that the amount to be divhUd at each Interval Is largeÂ¬ enough to be worth striving for It Is not n catch penny or a deceit ful proposition but the pnn Is open and simple and IS AI1MIT1KO to tlm hihIIh br Hit Ioit tinlce Department m a incrltiirliini contest Â¬ 6000 IN CASH In itety ault under sent and will he which nmkca the award alter an eiamt Iu one of these contests there was only one successful guesser ho received more than 11000 and In addition to this In one year J50DO has fcucn d strlbuted among successful guessersIs supplied or not It costs Kcmember that whether the mlsslne word nothrK to fuess and even though not successful the guesser gets OF ALL WEEKLY NEWSPAPERS FOR ONE YEAR THE GREATEST Keep that In view and send your guess with your clubbing subscription paper for your home and The Weekly Constitution Should you already be a subscriber to your home paper remit 51 to this paper for The Weekly Constitution for one year and it will be forwarded to The Constitution with your guess The Constitution Ktmrantces that the amount of the nwurd will not be I ohs than 500 in cash and It may be as much as 2000 THE WEEKLY CONSTITUTION IS l HE GREATEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER IN THE WORLD It Is a TWELVE PAGE It haj no NEWSPAPER containing E1GIITY KOUR COLUMNS every week equal assa Weekly Newspaper in America Its news reports cover the world and ats correspondents and agents are to be found in almost every bailiwick of the South ttn and Wetlern States AH A f WJAINRJt print more matter than h ordinarily found In any marulne In theeountr AH AN iutIAT01tAjllsasihoolhouflelnltMlfajenrsnallniofThPtnnitltiillonballberuleucatlon Ill P1XIAI FUATtiKIW commend It especially toeery farm home In America CltS DHIAltTll liN ITS KAIMI AM IA It W are all tinder ahle dlnrtlon It WutiinnR Department nnd Ita CUM are ptitlu riret lenrttueiit addrmned The Coniitltutloii and Id inorriillr HttMrtlte to lluwe toIIwhom In In Iollllcs nml Is it ttKiie iteiwftmeiiu are lienrl ndtorntamf the principles enunciated In ttiu ntlonnl Ilutrorm of the Inrly THE FOLLOWING ARE THE C0MD1TI0HS OF THE COHTEST Ten Per Cent of the Guessers SubscripIO 1Klt C1T I the amnnnt It iartlt aenterlni the M lanlng Word Ctoo fund ly dlitrtimtlon anionic thow who name rorrecUy the 1 inlHHlnie hoM only one conUwUnt wtntlie rUht wont heorahe will be ghen tt entire fund If inon tlmo oneauppllM the mlmlinr Hord tlie same vUJ be pritjwrtlonjtely divided amontf the nuoiYfifiil Kuewm KOIt SnNIHNO C3IMSS CMITI1 Till ttie MtainK Word Intlmt each and eierysufxH raut A beacrom at lutnlcd by n enr milwHi lion to 1 he Weekly ronittltutlon If dent In acceptance of our throiiKli the pnier iulllftliliiMilH adertlement otter thecuemat the mtwilnir wird will be forwanleiL The clubbl KucHri niuat be went wlih the milcriiitlon Xhniild one pernon send more than oneantmerheur he s 111 lie entitled biaaharenf the fund for euch correct aiwwer 1lierv will be no capital prtie everyon IVraona may iruca ai luuny tluiea 4 tbey sviid will Kt u rtrtt prize NEW DRESS GOODS W E BROWN Irvington Ky KJfMlfrVffMrOI i TOOTH 9 C a 7 ECONOMY SSS25S3SS5 It tions goes to the Fuidto be divided In otter words if this Subscription Fund awtourrts ito 20000 for this postod then thiund to goto the juocflSGful would ibo 0 Till COrTITITIlN 11T rrcHn for nutcrltlona f rniu Rt Into a t IltfCIliT guesser 000 costs A tooth may decay for years before it aches In money and discomfort to take care of small cavi- Â¬ less both fr t 1 BUljftcripiiona in you need not tlirti troni ANVKItrwl deaignatlng writelathe nentence out In full It Word JnflltWpHMlcular J tLumiiMJ oitiiits to hh i a1ih if Just any the Musing ties than large ones Come any time and have your teeth ex Â¬ amined No charge for it We will be at Irvington on Wed- Â¬ nesday and Thursday after the fourth Monday of each month THE BRECKi NUIDGK NEWS Cloverjurl Ky HARDIN WILDER Brandenburg An Old Time Christmas Hoau on moro wood I The wind is chilli Hut lot it whlstlu us it will Well keep our Christinas merry Btlll Ench age has doomed tho newborn year In Sokotra Tho population of tho island is made np of sevoral races Oil tbo coast ono finds a mongrel blend of Arabs and no groes Among tbo mountains tbo vil- Â¬ lagers are Bedouin puro and simple with chocolate colored skins and hand somo features But taken as a wholo the iubabitnuts of Sokotra do not im Â¬ press ono favorably Thoy are extreme Â¬ ly greedy nnd roboeab is n word scarcely over out of thoir mouths Tbo rnpco has ousted tbo old Maria Theresa dollar from this islaud as from other oriental countries but tho islanders nro not yet accustomed to tbo uto of tbo smaller Indian curronoy and often look- Â¬ ed askance at tho 3 nnna pieces wo of Â¬ fered them for milk or butter Only oucq during our stay did wo meet with any real genoroslty or hospitality and that was from au alien a merchant of Muscat W6 to the uuhappy traveler whoso monoy gave out in Sokotra or to tho still moro hapless mariner east upon thoso shores without any possessions The Bultau it is truo recoives 00 a year from tho British government and is required by treaty to befriend Eng Â¬ lishmen who may bo wrooked on this coast but the abomlnablo treatment wo received at tho hands of this mean and avaricious ruler would not load ono to expect much in tho way of generosity toward poor or penniloss outcasts When wo wishod to leave tho island boforo tbo change of tho monsoon had cut off all possibility of such a thing tho sultan prevented any boat from making n bar gain with ua iu order to forco us to employ hi own dhow for tho hlro of which he demanded tho outrageous sum of Ci0 Wo ultimately secured tho wretched buggnlow for 00 an extortion ate prico Longmans Magazine Â¬ RQCKPORT SAW WORKS ROCKlORT IND Alfajf Akl For Fine Saw Repraisg Not One Complaint In Past Year of Our Work The many lettora ofhlgh praise of our Wrk is evidence that wo are aheud of The fittest time for festal cheer And welt oar Christian sires of old Loved wbon tho year its course bad rolled And brought blltho Christmas back again With all his hospitable train Domestic and rollgious rito Uave honor to the holy night On Christmas eve the bells wore rung On Christmas ovo tho mass was sung That only night in all the year Baw tho Btoled priest tho chalioo rear The damsel douned her klrtlo sheen Tho hall was dressed with holly green Forth to tho wood did morry men go To gather in tho mistletoe Then openod wide the barons hall To vnsxal tenant serf and all Power laid bis rod of rule aside And ceremony doffed his prldo Tho heir with roues in his shoos That night might village partner choose The lord underogatlng sharo Tho vulgar game of post and pair All hailed with uncontrolled delight And general voice the happy night That to tho cottage as the crown Brought tldngs of salvation down -- Sir Walter Boott others Hamraerlnjr large circular flaws is Kur specialty and eatra that othors have failed on If you want aatisf action oa irork and prices we yiaranteo it Rockport Saw Works Rockport Ind Adreea DR MENDENFATTS IMPROVED CHILI AMD FBVBR CUE Complete In Every Detail YOU WILL FlNd I uSBBBBBBBaxHlWra- - Blank Books Memorandum Books Stationery rl aBBSBnEttiSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBHL As Opportunity Yoa Now Have of testis the curative f Heels of Elys Cream Balm the most positive cure for catarrh known Ask your druggkt for a 10 trial bIz or send 10 cents and we will mall it Full ise 60 cento ELY BROS M Warren Si N Y GUARANTEED TO CURB And Materia la alt Forms Tsitsless the fttiilM without of above picture sal mm algnmre J O Meadealuill Receipt Books Note Books Ledgers Soaps Hair Brushes Tooth Brushes Combs Sponges - Ink smsNOTiONS TO LrrsaJNO D BABBAGE eet CHILLS AND FEVER 80 cents at all Daalors PREPARED ONLY BY Periodicals and Magazines - School Supplies CLOVERPORT City Prlo My son wm sltlloted with catarrh I induced him to try Klya Cream Balm and tb dksofraaabU smell all leltblw UaaDDoanaa wall aa any osva --J O 01mrta Areola IU errhl J C MKNIIiaSlXAJLXCVANSVILLE 1MB Boldby SHORT HATNJJS Mill OrJirs fiitip Frifttft Atutioi a J f Breckenridge News 18P8 PAYNE8VlLLt To all a happy New Year Jack Spinkecame in from Birds Point Mo last week Charles Bayslnger has relumed from Â¬ CONDENSED NEWa - RICHES TAKE WINQ8 A Christmas Story With an Unusual Kad In tmiMMmiimMmmmk J O BUSH D D S Henderson Eoute 6th Street Cannelten In WEDHE8DAY JANUARY 6 TEACHERS ASSOCIATION Breckenridge County Teachers Asso- ciation will meet at darHeld Sat urday Jan 1511898 rnouRAM Warnle Macy Clifton lavne McCubblre Uternry WotV In the School I A Ncctiary Reform In Ihe Bural School J U Tucker M K Avltt Supplementary Heading MUi Kva Cannmin E aay 1 ogan J- How lsytholigy Affects Mtlhods Teaching at a Iiormlfin J II Hotkinson Milton Coke Character How formed Ne ettlty ol Adopted Course of Study in the K Harmon Common bchcolt MUt Mangle Rot dman Btiy C B Carlton The Work of the Common School Warren Mac Irregular Attendance C A Adklsson Q allocation ofTrutteei What the Ttacher ol To day Should be K C Jolly Milton Clark County Teachers Assoclatl n Miscellaneous Dullness Adjournment Welcome Response H the Indian Territory Steve Hardin and wife visited the tatters mother Mrs Brown last week Ed IJ ah returned from the Kldge Thursday where he has been spending Christmas Frank OHryan and wife returned to the city Saturday after ponding a wetk very pleasantly in our midst Will Arnold win the guest of Miss It Bessie Harris Thursday evonlng seems that those bells should soon be swectlv softly chim heard chiming 11 Â¬ ing Miss Agnes llardisty of Arulyvillp and Miss Salllo Lvers of Concordia came up Sunday fur a short visit with friends In this locality and a great many A Collection of laurelling- Ilemt on Tar Especially rrepared For ona Snhjeett the Hatty Header Tho skeleton of n man over nine feet tall wan dug up In n mound near Maplo Creek Wis James Frnloy 14 has been arrested at Ashlnntl Ky on a charge of violating the revenue laws Tollgnto raiders destroyed a tollgaU on the Hiistonvlllo and BnulfordavUla pike near HustonvlUe Ky Congress has adjourned and most of the senator nnd representative have gono homo to spend the holidays Frank MoCauley rt Lexington Ky pauper attempted to commit sulcltlo by cutting his throat and taking poison Will Holly the murderer of William Askew at Gddyville Ky has been sentenced to 09 years In tho penitentiary Governor Bradley of Kentucky has of Â¬ fered a reward of 1300 for the apprehen Â¬ sion of turnpike raiders In Fleming Â¬ Office on oounty Teachers for the bettering of our pro- Â¬ fessional ability for the elevating of the teaching BtandarJ in llreckenridgo coun ty- - and aid in arousing the people to a full sense of their duty n grding educa- Â¬ tion do come to Gai field and come ex- Â¬ pecting to do good and to receive good It has been wisely said that Needful auxlliarit n are our friends to give to roan An active a true relish for social self county association If indeed a great auxiliary in the preparation for the great and noble work of teaching Why not have one of the b st county associations in the state Other counties maintain good associations throughout the year The parents and guardians of the school children in this county are as good as those of any other county in the state Our teachers have the talent natural ability and opportunities if they would think so and work together pro perl to become the leading teachers of the state Why allow the teachers from other counties to excel us in anything It is evident that Kentucky is demand ing more of teachers not only in exami Â¬ nations but in the schol room than was required years ago though it must be admitted teachers as a rule are not paid as they should be Wherever teachers are found conscientiously doing all in their power to elevate themselves and humanity they may labor for a part of the time at a small salary but they will not labor all the time at a small salary A better time is coming or teachers in Kentucky who are well prepared lor their work Again ne siy come to Garfield Andrew Diiukkil President M E Avitt Vice President Â¬ Â¬ there are Joe Clark rode his fine race and travel- Â¬ Kelley to the dance at ing hois Frank Mattluglys Thursday night and he has not seen nor heard of It since Joo thinks 601111 one has stolen it The school gave a nice little enter- Â¬ tainment Cnriatinas evening consisting mainly of declamations The small as Mr el children did remarkably GeorxH dived a dollar for a bis piec as a Trismas dift Wo notice a very interesting letter in the Messet g r from the able pen of J S Ilutchiboii now in Arknitas but former Â¬ ly ol this county and widely known to all News readers aaSirocco JiuiBhould not forget the man who give him the hat some ears ago The writer had the pleasure of attend Â¬ ing a party in Concordia during Christ mas week and we must my that the beauty and loveliness of the great number of her young girls has not boen half painted by the poet and for hospitality the people iu general stand nonpariel A bill providing for the stale publica- Â¬ tion of school books is being spoken of in the Legislature which if passed will reduce the peoples taxes and the book companys prods in proportion The American Book Co has lis representa- Â¬ tives or lobbyists in Congress to kill the bill now lets see who will win the A B C agents or the peoples tgitits Thomas Browns little son Mitchell burned his hand severely Thursday in a peculiar manner He had emptied Beveral boxes of toy pistol caps into his trouser pockets and to prepare himself for any emergency lie loaded and cocked his gun and put it in his pocket where it went off by his finger coming in contact with the trigger igniting all the rett and the const quunces are a burned sadder and wiser boy Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ family leaving the Jewish for the Chris- Â¬ tian church Theobald Stolnberry a paper hanger of Now Bremen X committed suicide by taking cnrbollo acid He leaves a wife and several children Joseph Shuher of Woynetown Intl has become Insane over members of his William Burnett colored ex convlcr who was found unconscious 011 a road near Sidney O Is dead He did not revive to uuike an explanation Contractor Charles C Franke who dls appeared from Indianapolis some time ago has returned aud expresses surprise that there had been so much alarm Tho towboat Sam Brown on hor wny to Cincinnati from Pittsburg tuu Into the bank near Bellalre O and sunk nlno coal birges The coal was valued at about 15000 and damage to tho Brown Will be 11000 tho An epidemic of mumps is raging near Thats whats this trouble your to toko Lawrenceburg Intl In fh neighbor- Â¬ saidSay man who homo boen to amother as rafllo tho had hood of Batesvllle hundreds of people are ho flung tho bird across tho car and camo suffering from swollen jaws and Br cap In near Tlmmerman says that there are not less doing knocking off tho grlpmans so than 1000 persons in that seotlon victims In tho morning somo ono knocked at his of the disease bedroom door John Klnnlo aged S3 unmarried com Whats tho mattorf mitted sutclde at Fort Wayne by cutting Matter enough Somebody got into his throat severing his windpipe He was tho larder during tho night and stole our the only son of John Klnnle for many turkey years an employe of the Pennsylvania that his Tho man In bed laughed so company Ho has been unable to get sister who had called to him loud pronounced work nnd wns despondent him nn Idiot Rudolph Knlscr an employe of tho Sny sis Scherrer Bakery company of Fort Woyne Hcllol left a wifo nnd three children remaining Doesnt tho Bible sny something about behind Tho cause of his going it Is said casting your bread upon the waters and wns that ho is short with the company having It corao back again several hundred dollars His employes Yes Whyf hnvo been after him to settle up or stand Oh nothing only It dont work with a charge of embezzlement turkey But wo can get along without ono for Christmas Why wo could havo a bird Crimea and Casualties every day in tho year If wo wanted ono A child of Albert Witton meyer of Emerson Intl fell Into a kottle A Care for Lane Back of boiling water and dlotl four hours lator Michael Lowryof Cleveland a Cleve My daughter when recovering from land and Pittsburg railway sectlonhantl nn attack of fever was a great sufferer dropped his shovel It derailed a freight from pain in the back and hips writes train and ho was killed After Joseph T Crabbs Eight- Â¬ Louden Grover of Sardis Ky Lieutenant eenth cavalry station at West Point N using quiet a number of remedies withY was thrown from his horse and badly out any benefit she tried one bottle of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ho was n lino looking fellow In his hands ho carried three largo bodied though nono too plump turkeys and tho big calico sign behind him with Its legend Tur gavo a pretty good key Radio Within Inkling of how ho enmo by his bunion Turkeys enough hero to last a week ho soliloquized as ho swayed to and fro on Qucss that tur- Â¬ thoedgo of tho sldowalk key thoyvo got at homo lays over all those but then turkey la a thing you cant have too much of Just thon a man approached him from tho shadows a man with a gaunt look nnd a coat that would fall to attract tho attention of a rng gatherer It was tho usual request for a llttlo assistance I guess they took all my sparo chango inside pnrdncr Just hold this turk while I look quarter and handed It to Ho found a tho beggar who started tomovo away but an idea scorned to strlko tho young follow and ho called tho man back Was that dead straight about your hav Â¬ ing children at homo and nothing to cat Its true sir so help mo God Thon take this turkey A block farther up an old woman crouched In tho loo of n high board fenco grinding out somo melancholy tuno on a wheezy hand organ Without a word tho young follow approached hor and dropped ono of tho remaining turkeys Into her lap Im a trlflo Bhort on poultry he said with a merry chuckle as ho hopped aboard his street car On the opposite sent of tho dummy sat an urchin red eyed and sobbing Whats tho matterr asked tho turkey dispenser of tho grlpman You sco tho kids mother Is a poor woman living out near tho park and she sent him down town to buy a cheap turkey for tholr Christmas dlnnor Well ho got It right enough but some thief snatched it from htm at tho corner of Sovonth street Â¬ Â¬ Dentistry In all its Branches practiced and all operations performed in the most skillful manner at prices to suit the times Crown and Bridge Work a npeclalty Teeth extracted Positively without Pain Moat Complete Dental Itoome In NeHlhern Indiana LtniiTilli IuIwmi No St Louis Kj No Co Time Card In Effect Jute 20 97 East Hound 4s No 44 46 Lr StLouli Ktanstllte Hendenon hpnttinll Owentboro Cloverport Stephensport IrWngton I Brandenburg ArrLoulSTllle West Bound llawMrUe in seniauon by 101 mroai is inaianur K Dr Hells relieved K uoney a wontlerhil remedy for coughs and all troubles caused by inflammation of the mucous mem branes of tho throat and respiratory K organs A purely vegetable com K uruuui lb vvUMiua uuuiiiik UUI Uval - BB tnganu invigorating medicinal propertles It Is guaranteed to cure the 9 K moat stubborn coughs aa well as K asthma bronchitis sore throat La m Grippe whooping cough and croup IMne-Tar- Tickling I DR That YOU SHOULD 756am 660am 220pm 246 715 37 788 344 818 91T 440 945 003 1007 622 1045 603 1112 6 24 1235pm 745 No 4I No 4 865pm 24Aim 310 328 400 460 610 625 667 617 780 No 45 EMPLOY Ir - None but the County Surveyor to tto Tour work lie It the atithotiud Surveyor ol the CottMvj la an expe If need workman and knnwi hit bnalneu He la alto Notary Public write Deeds and take Ackncmledgemedti Charge always lleasonabla Louisville Hrandenburg Irvlngton Stephemport CHINTZ ROYALTY COUNTY SURVEYOR HARDIHSBURaKY Address Owensboro Spottsviile Henderson Evantvllle ArrSt Louis Clnverpot llawesvlll 1011 TtOim 861 915 961 460pm 60J 739 8C4 6 43 720 MM It 1021 10 f 6 1068 823pm 932 962 85 9C5 217pm 9 47 1 15 1240 10 10 10 40 1148 1223am 12 6 1 15 732 720 BELLS la told tTerrwfacr at lie 50c and 1100 m httttlm or will b Mot upon rtcept I Pine-Tar-Hon- ey J H Hunsche The TAILOR Will be in Clover- Â¬ port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month with A I trains run through Solid to Eransville Through parlor cars and Pullman seepers on all trains between St Lnuli Kvan vllle and Louis Â¬ ville Numbers 41 and 42 connect at Irvlngton for Fordsvllle and llardlnsburg daily except Sunday 11 C MOllDUE AG PA Louliville Ky B 0S W TIILiE RY TABiB uiwmwmvwwmt HAYNES Sold by SHORT ilrmr fair TheE E Sutherland Medicine Camaanr Fadacah Kentuckr Trams leave Louisville aa follows S W IIAILWAY Cinclnnatl and the St Louis and the West t No 18 No 20 No 6 2 4SP Lv Loulsvll e t 35am Sajam 605pm 6 45am n 55am Ar Cincinnati 11 15am Ar Columbus S55Pi 11 05pm 8 15pm Ar Pittsburg 7 J jam 650 am li loam At wasnutgton 1 2opm Baltimore 7 50am Ar 10 15am Ar Philadelphia 340 pm la jonn Spm Ar New York Ar Boston 905pm 3 oopm Nraln No 16 has elepant Pullman Bullet Parlor to Cincinnati and Drawire room Sleese trtil Car dlilnc cars Clnrinntii to W jhlneloTT Baltimore PhiiSuelphia and New York without change Train No 8 has elrgant Pullman Parlor Car to Cincinnati and Pullman Drawing room and dining Cars Cincinnati to New York without change Train No 90 has sleepers to Cincinnati open at 9 oclock to receive passengets BA O LOPUUE IMET REPORTS 1898 Casper May Co IND Louisville Ky Jan 5 with shipper name and poit DUTTKR Choloe country Medium Orsamery offioe OANNELTON Shippers should mark all packages plainly addren GREGORY Wharfmisters CLOVERPORT CO KENTUCKY steamboat Agents - - St Louis Springfield and the West Ar St Louis Lv Louisville 17 No to No iS 640pm 8 33am No saas Fresh VKATHBR8 Ixcl Agents 14 20 20 00 8 40pm Ar Springfield 9 33am North Vernon accomodation leaves at 7 15 a m I3onn a 35am 44 8 aopm 719am Prime white goiMixed Old No 1 dock - Homestead Fertilizer Company and Standard Dealers In POULTRY 6 GO Oil Company Charlestown accommodation leaves at 3 30 p m except Sunday Trains Nos 16 10 and 44 have elegant day coaches Pullman parlor and sleeping cars to St Louts dally TRAINS ARRIVE From East Hens per lb Spring Chloksns per ft Daoks per lb Geeie per do 6H - 0 4 1 t04 6 8 25 00 60 Doors Sash Blinds Yellow Pine Floor Irlih POTATOES per barrel new New La Sweet potatoes per bu From store 2 to 6 eti higher Nary Beans per bushel ROOTS 7S2 00 ing and Ceiling Weather Boarding Shingles Salt Lime Cement Laths Plaster Plastering Hair Plow Handles Bricks Etc Estimates Furnished for Buildings and Building Material From West 7 aca m is 13 p m 640 City Ticket office eoutheatt corner Fourth and Main streets Depot Seventh and river For detail Infonnation regarding rates time on connecting lines sleeping parlor dining cars etc is 95 am 3 7 95 90 am am la 15 noon 640 pm pm address O S W Ily Ticket Agent B District Tass 4th and Main Louisville Ky or J M CHESSBROUGII General Pasenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio GB US llltOWN t General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio WARKBL Assistant Ginseng Senlca Snake Pink Yellow 2 2Sj2 1O 22 n 21 hurt Internally and externally Wild Ginger 0 u All claims for Dr Bells Pine Tar Hon- Â¬ The progressive ladies ol WVstfield ey are substantiated by the reports from Ind issued a Womans Edition of tlit those who have used it Cougip colds Westfield News bearir ir date of Anril It incipient consumption and all bronlch 1896 The paper is Oiled with matters of ial alT ctions are the diseaEes in which it interest to women and we notice the is especial t flicacious following from a correspondent which the editors piinted realizng that it DUKES treats upon a matter of vital importance to thsir stx The best remedy for Miss Lou Whentley has typhoid fever croup colds and bronchitis that I have beeirable to find is Chamberlains Mrs Hitchey Is on the tick list this Cough It medy For family me it has wet k no equal I gladly recommend it 25 A happy Nnw Year to the editor and and 50 cent bottles for sale by A It correspondents Fisiter Cloveiport It A Shellman Miss Pearlie Bow Ids was the guest of Stephensport Miss Beulah Huberts Tuesday Miss Bertha Bow Ids has been on the Criminal sick list this week but is better Ilarpeta llaur Mrs Nannie Sapp of Indiana is visit Â¬ It is almost criminal for a mother to ing relatives here and attending meet rear her daughter In absolute Ignorance ing of all domtstic dutiep no matter how There was watch meeting at the Cum Â¬ wealthy one may be Chance and change often play sad havoc with ones seeming- berland 1renbyterian church Friday ly settled nflairs and the daughter cf night Professor Ilaynes dismissed pclicol the wealthiest parents may ha reduced to the necessity of earning her own liv- Â¬ Thursday for a holiday recess until Wed Â¬ ing or of takirg entire charge of ttie nesday domestic affairs of her own home A Thursday night was one of torridneis philanthropic woman who spends most half of the night then Frigiduess the of her time among the poor and unfort- Â¬ other half unate came across a yourg woman who Taj lor Newton of Breckenridge was the victim of this lack of wisdom on couuty is going to- - crop the present the part of her parents She was mar- year with Jo Uallmin ried and had three little children when There was seven additions to the her parents and her husband lest every church Christinas day all professed dur- Â¬ dollar they had through an unfdrt unate ing this series of meetings Investment The young husband was Dave Isom wifo and baby Arthur of forced to accept a position as a clerk on a Bmall salary and the young wife was Blackford spent n few da a with re- Â¬ compelled toasiuine duties of which she latives nnd friunds here Christmas Out of 127 names taken on last Xiiibb was absolutely ignorant I never baked a loaf of bread in my day who attended Servian here not one life she said I never did anything lias bteu called to answer the roll call in a kitchen I dont know how to broil up yonder a steak or toast a slice of bread I dont The series of meetiugi that has been know how to wash dlalaea or EWeep a going on here for the past 18 days closed room properly I dont know how to Wednesday ng it There were nine run a sewing machine or how to sew by professions Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Near Torrent Ky a station on the Lex ington and Eastern railroad one Land saw was run over by a handcar and Instantly killed Ho was a section hand Peter Dettllng and Albert Melllnger were badly hurt at Akron O by the ex- Â¬ plosion of a dynamite cartridge They were examining a blast that had failed to Â¬ Â¬ Chamberlains Pain Balm and it has Lad Slipper May given entire relief Chamberlains Pain Blood Apple Balm Is also a certain cure for rheuma- Â¬ FIELD SEEDS tism Sold by A It Fisher Cloverport Timothy per bushel Clorer per bushel It A Shellman Stephensport Crimson Clorer bushel A Chrlttmat Pie Tho following appeared in tho Newcas Monday tle Chronlclo of Jnn 6 1770 last was brought from Howlok to Berwick to bo shlppd for London for sir Hon Grey bart a pla tho contents whereof Â¬ 6 6 BANK OF Loulslllei H endersonSt Louis RyCo 3STO 1 2K 140 3 SO 2 50 SCHEDULE TIME Taking it can ttsVlVf 13 U ml v 1VASI til Effect ju HUaUfcJI ssAJf in V mn iWlt Weti Bound 2Yavw Ecut Bound Train Mall g e 1 explode Tommy Powers aged 4 and John Dls- ken of the samo age were badly burned by a Are at 845 Carlisle avenue Cincinnati Saturday night They will both probably recover At Alstotts store In Casey county Ky Â¬ per Red Top pel bushel Orchard Grass per bushel Blue Grass fnoy per bushsl Blue Grass extra per bushel Onion Bets Yellow per bushel White HIDES Green good Dry Salt good Dry flint good 45 120 85 0 09 0 00 HAEDINSBUEG President WILL MILLER Vice President 11 BEARD Cashier B Ezprs Exprs Dally Dally ItOpm 603 537 540 548 5K3 7 48 Mail A STATIONS Ezprs Kpr Dally 12 12 4 730am 818 821 8 21 8 35 8 42 8 51 8 69 9 07 IvUnn John Alstott shot and killed his brother Both were drinking Claude Claude shot twice without effect John Alstott is a son of J F Alstott a merchant Edward Doycr and Chris Wlrtonbcrger were at work in a trench for tho water Â¬ works mains at Hobart Ind when there was a cave In whloh burled tho two mon The latter may die from Injuries received Henry Davis and his wife of Pittsburg colored while eroding tho Panhandle bridge over the North Fork creek at New ark O were run down by a train Davis escaped but his wife fell off the trestle and wns drowned Her body has not yet Â¬ been recovered Alfred Reynolds son of Justice Rey Â¬ nolds of Jackson township Porter oaun ty Ind was killed at a Baltimore and Ohio crossing near Sunman Ind He hart been deputized by his father to bring a prisoner to the county jail and was re Â¬ turning home when killed Deaths C K Qreyson an old business man of Valiuraiso Ind is dead aged 87 John H Morse a veteran of the Black Hawk war nnd an Intimate friend of Abraham Lincoln is dead of apoplexy at Evnnston Ills He was 74 years old Father James Olranl a Catholics priest formerly of Quebec Canada but more re- Â¬ cently of Nowark O died suddenly in his room nt tho Arcade hotel In Columbus O of heart failure Rev W R Vincent who founded Pres byterlnnlsm In Toronto O 40 years ago died suddenly while at Chicago aged 70 He was located at Dysart la and widely known throughout Ohio Marquis Alflerl dl Sostegno senator a nephew of Cavour the great Italian of tho Mar Â¬ statesman and father-in-laquis Vlscontl Venosta minister for for Â¬ eign affairs Is dead In Florence Italy Ho wus born In 1827 aro as follows viz 8 bushles of flour IS 13 lbs of butter 4 gocse 2 turtles 8 rab- Â¬ woodcocks 0 snipes Sheep skins bits 4 wild ducks 8 4 partridges 3 neats tongues 8 cur- and WOOL It Is Tub washed lows 7 blackbirds and 0 pigeons 15 a very groat curiosity was made Grease Sne supposed by Airs uorotny Patterson nousexeeper Burry at nowlok It was near 0 feet in circum- Â¬ mack Bony and Cots 10 ference at bottom weighs about 13 stones BIIBUKliLANKUUH will tako two men to present It to tablo it is neatly fitted with a caso and four Tallow Beeswax small wheels to facilitate Its use to every Scrghnm Molasses guest that Inclines to partako of its coTl FLOUR Thus It Is no wonder tents nt table nigh grade patent Goorgo Wither sung so merrily Straight Patent 80 now is come our jojfuleat feast Low Grades Lot every man be jolly COHN Each room with ivy leaves is drest No 2 Mixed at store And every post with holly No 2 White Though some churls at our mirth repine OATS Round your forehoada garlands twine No 2 Whit Drown sorrow in a cup of wine No 3 And lei ua all be merry SO ty 114 50 F BEARD lit 116 14 a W BEARD 1 MORRIS ESKRIDOE R M JOLLY -- Director 000 609 618 626 fl West Point Howard Willowdale Hock Haven Long Branch Brandenburg Irvlngton Webster Iodlburz Ekron Guston ptar Kentucky St lUOtm 655 1145 1135 U2S 1121 S5pro 20 Dally 7iSp 733 661 645 640 634 626 618 610 613 650 5 42 1112 1102 10 3 661 659 7 07 7 7 7 7 7 7 8 915 931 9 23 9 32 9 43 9 61 1011 1014 63 1045 1037 10 10 if 23H 00 6 15 INTEREST PAID 0M TIMF DEPOSITS 712 At the Law Office of V G BABBAGE IN HARDINSBURG 20 24 27 39 43 54 04 956 969 Pierce Sample Stephensport Addison Cloverport Shops Skillman 102 20 1016 07 1002 9 45 64 5 30 522 518 515 6 03 6 00 Holt 959 5J0 40 28 812 818 8 27 You Can Get -J Prosperity comes quickest to the man whose liver is in good condition De Witts Little Early Risers are famous little pills for constipation biliousness indigestion and all stomach and liver troubles Short Haynes Well Matched No t Mixed Oats No 3 No 2 Long Berry No 2 Red No 3 2 2 f IjW WHEAT 85 RYE No 2 Western ONIONS Per barrel BACON 1 8i 9i 51 75 JfV ar 3 44 Mortgage or any writ Â¬ 90 8 07 3 33 916 ten instrument drawn 8 02 Renl 9 21 3 29 7 58 3 26 1155 925 buy or sell a pieco of land 12 02 7 52 3 20 932 7 45 313 919 1209 Collections made and remit 7 38 3 07 947pm 1217 7 31 301 9 Mux- 1224 ancts prompt lJlQpm 240om r Hltin iy 7 15m 8 46010 Copying done on tho Call Ir Trains Not 41 and 41 make connection graph tho best typo writer vlngton dally txcept Sunday with traina toat and from Hardinburg and Kordtville Branch in the world A Deed 833 842 853 1025 1035 1043 1049 1058 1105 1114 1125 11 5am 1140pm 11 M - Haweivllle Petrie Falcon Lewisport Waltraan Powers Pates Owensboro Mattlngly Griffith Stanley Worthlngton Reads Spottsviile Baasett 940 927 917 9 09 4 49 4 40 4 33 4 903 861 8 47 888 827 818 4S8 119 413 4 1 01 363 J 00 S Im a plain overyday businosx anil am nothing if man said Muritt not practical Miss Wisely will yon bo my wife I odiniro your frankness Mr Mer Ut replied tho fair object of his affec- Â¬ because I am inclined to be tions rutber matter of fact myself How Chicago News much aro you worth Family Compliments Youre no longer a Bpring chioken sneered tho nugry husband But youre tho samo old goose Detroit camo the answer with a snap Freo Press Shoulders Clear rib sides Clear side Lard In tleroes 446H t 5 Ijjnjra Trade Marks DeaiaNS Copyrights Ac 1 or Murinir Datentt Co receive Patents taken thromih Munn tptcial notice without charso In the EXPERIENCE 60 YEARS Only line running Parlor Cart between Louit vllle Owentboro and Henderson Only direct line For further information to the North and East call on or address Agents or 11 1 A MUllDUlt v A u milsvllle Ky r L II SI L Hy Fordsvllle Branch TINE TABLE No 10 TAKING Exports have come to the conclusion tho drought but the sewer gas which attacks the roots so that the tree soon withers and dies that what kills trees in Loudon is not the soot flakes nor the want ol air nor lnntHpivnnnniiAntl ifMnt Mno hand She was a weak and ignorant and helpless as a child Fortu nately she was not lacking in force of character vain and foolish as her train ing had been Moreover she loved her husband and her children and was eager to make the most of the situation in which she found herself What if she What if had not been thus Inclined she had been unwilling or incapable of adapting herself to her changed condi- Â¬ tion A wretched home would have Â¬ Â¬ Failures Honry Seyfrled an Indianapolis real es tute nnd Insuranco man has fulled The Poultney Foundry and Machtno ooinpany of Youngstown O has failed Mrs Jennie Tlncher conductor of a general merchandise storo at Limestone Intl five miles north of Bedford has made nn assignment to W F Hicks of Illooinlugton Assets will cover liabilities U Monarch n whisky dealer of Owens boro Ky nnd three distilleries In which he Is Interested failed for three quarters of a million dollars with assets estimated at the same figure Monarch wus the largest dtitlller In the state and had a home that cost 1100000 Â¬ Wretched Could Not Eat or Sloop budding- - Into womanhood Development alow eyes dulled face pimpled complex sion sallow pains in back and side and DAUGHTERS rlrA handsomelr Illustrated weeklr Largest S3 n culatlcn ot any sclonttflo Journal Termt yeari four montua fu rJoiaoyaii newsdealers Scientific Hntericati uraocu uqhw too MAY 30 1897 Katt Bound Train Dally Dally I Daily Dally ex Sun ex Sun STATIONS ex Sun exSur No t No No5 Vol 10 60am Iv Irvlngton Ar 9o0atn 8O Garneld if 25 Htrned 712 1140 1147 Junction 7i7 7 27 llardlnsburg 1155 West Bound Traina I EFFECT 12 10pm 1225 1235 13 65 1 f5 120 Jolly Glcndeane Dempster arHallslioughlv Dempster Rockvale Oaks Mitchell Junction Kirk 7 17 702 650 6 30 6 20 6 44 6 38 605 constantly tired Most trying- du nwiuBKiuui mi 1 45 155 2 05 It was too true been the result and the responsibility of it would have rested where Let the mothers and the daughters who read this answer It is criminal to rear a daughter in ignorance of the duties she must assume if her own home Is to be the home ber husband has a right to expect it will be Bucktens Aralea Salve TiiK Baat Salvb in the world for Cute Brulaea 8orw Ulcere Salt Rheum Fe Â¬ ver Soros Tetter Chapped Hands Chil Dlalns Corn- - and all Skin Eruptions and poetivelj curea Pile or bo pay re- Â¬ Hoods Sarsaparilla la prepared by ex- Â¬ quired It is guaranteed to give perfect gatUfeetfea et money r intled Price perienced pharmacists who know pre- Â¬ cisely tfce nature and quality of all In- 36eet4per box to aaiu l Short grediesta uted Kaysea Druggist- ItevS J Ilitshey went to Davieis couuty Thursday after a part of his house puoder He will torn occupy his new home Oliver Shelman of Stephenspoit and J M Hobblsou and family of Skillman weregtnsts Christmas ol Hev D L Bowlds and family Tud Powers is the champion bird hunter of this vicinity Hh killed four birds ut one shot the other day and eaja if he had had both barrels of his gun ready he could have killed a dozsn By reading the 8 I1 chapter of Romans you will find this text If any man have not the Spirit of Christ he Is none of his from which Her 8 J IMtchey preached his annual sermon Christmas night to a large congregation at the Cumber- Â¬ land Presbyterian church Henry Bay and wife of Cloverport attended services here Christmas eve In their wag in They had a box of eatables turkey chicken cakes aud a ham all cooked While services were going on some one took from the box tho ham of meat weighing 18 pounds both mother and daughter Regulate and strengthen the delicate organs which should perform the natural unctions of WOMANHOOD and critical of time 33 life for WNTERSMITHS womanhood years Winter During smiths Buchu baa never failed in curing the ills of girlhood at this critical time All dniggUts and merchants Arthur Peter Co Louisville KyGenl Agents Nruftlck fervou Severe llrailiichea net IIP or KKhittiatlotil Wlir not prevent it all bjr IfeM 111 Mil Itl jmiai L Help that hcadaibe HKnillllla euro that nc rrouiat n aud VeVBlCKIieVtt UT tha ua Ul thU Inhaler the treateit atlmntnt anil tji erentatlre known Wonderful lief In liar Kitrcr am Aathma UTniFV UVHH alwaja INUAIKK atana you will lfriU ft ia U UANNrot U DravaUU If far ItsMtk aa laall 10 elp CiaiUUM PHtQ TRAVEL DO YOU trlol to from Arts vontroIniT tavVa Da Ton aafTir 215 2 3U 2 film Bafoty Ruth Asklns 50 6 26 6 IU ArFnrdsvillelv 800am Comfort tl CO Bd T1KUXK Maibl tr UP V 8 U Louisville anil Mall BUCHU atal ME A MAN MADE TABLETS POSITIVELY CUBE AJAX cretloof reatore AbuM or other KxoawitM and 1 --- Loss Was set afire The plant of the Hower Cereal Coffee comjMiny locatel on North Union street Akron O was burned to the ground Loss WQQ liuurunco 10000 laOCO Fires Jutlgo Pool Turneys residence Cerulean Springs Ky burned near Pree Pills Send your address to II E Bucklen A Co Chicago aud get a freo sample box of Dr Kings New Life rills A trial will convince you of their merits Theso pills are easy In action and are particular- Â¬ ly effective in the cure of Constipation and Sick Headache For Malaria and Liver troubles they have been proved Invaluable They are guaranteed to be perfectly froa from every deleterious sub Â¬ stance and to be purely vegetable They do not weaken by their action but by giving tone to stomach and bowels great- Â¬ ly invigorate the system Regular site 25a per box Sold by Short Ilaynec - Dr M Sir- - About a years ago I be came bllioas sallow dyspeptic and ray system was generally run down Lost Y f JXSS RTtRR mo Stockton N Y June a8 1854 M Fenner Frcdonla N Y U your Is your Iseeptnehealth Tourliitpplness eUnr and tiranittu healthy Hcav nnd Ttariit an1 your mind an1 1 rain t alway airet and crm OUstHUANSI MKNTHOI INHAIEKItthe iriiUit relief to mankind In all head trouble IlUltM CelBa HOKJC THKOATVA Â¬ TAlSH Its nw owitil odor InofCatHrrb dis That Wnndorful Uay eyerand appears by Asthma iv HUT BNIY ClIaKMANM 4 II l Oradllt fer UH J Tra ill se sul IU4 to lua m inii CCStUil MCO 08 tUKKUka UV V a A YOUR FORTUNE tj Indlr Thy quUklu anil titrlu loat V fltanuaforetadr tiDflaeneor marrUff Wvraat iUHUiUj fcna Uoainmpuon tatkjin nume Ihalrata h owi immediate Improveif neat and effacta a CUliE rrhere all ninar- fsvll la via npoa oarifig tne nanaina Ajx lapieu Tm curva iaoutanaa ana win care too wegiwe W w Ufa ruiaa Boaimniaa m is io a can in MCD ease or refund the moaer Prloe W W I wager btUs or all iagee full treatineati or MAt Hr mail rice lanmlap trail tag uaav jijiffrvus tilMpleaanewa eU4 oaaa4 pi7Impotiic7 ta0 Packet Line Line Fast Detweoa STEAM KRB Mil Louisville and Evansville B G RAGON 7 M nnjc eates Rjau Master W A Ulihop Parser insstmssmz TARASOON DL SIMartMrBS H Isany Matter Ballud Matter L T Conner Parser Porter TELL CITY RH W B Ntwbell Dear appetite and flesh Could not eat or sleep well and had palpitation of the heart in fact I was so wretched and unnerved that on several occasions ay friends thought I would not live till morning Two bottles of your Blood and Live Remedy and Nerve Tonic produced a complete cure Â¬ don t to these diseases is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlain a Eyo aud Tetter SoU llhcum and Eczema The intense Itching and smarting lncl Many very bad cases 8kln Ointment bare been pennanently cured by H It is equally efficient for itching piles and a favorite remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains frost bitea and chronic sore eyes 93 eta per box aaaailHVvBiaaVlaT BT Dr Cadjs CettdiUen Fowders are just what a horse needs when in bad Thev are soil food bat vemlfege nedlobw and the best ia tue to put a horse Attala vet MoJuhM Dslly eioept Satorday between Loaltvllle sad Un ADMUrdasa Frelgkt blf4Hl by this Has UYte4 sr tbaa by nil XntTalars will ad tb atttamt tr vwu ptM4 la oaitBaiMt aad atatmsstilaltoni The best wHsary sr iwployed as oeki and It BMBti is equal to tbat of Ww best beieU Oeatfal eftees 1T aad 1TB kh Ayssue UtjlsTUU PD STAGGS ok ooadlUtw Tonio blood purifier and CHARLES O MARTIN 1UttKVY Baft WWHITi PM4 Nt Pmcrlptloa FhanMelst dear abort Pstm Coi CJavorport Ir prine oOawUWoB Prtoe M 7 OV Wiixuvh T TA Owawiaiia Xy i ftizittnmmnc vti XT r ntmam New kraut THE BRBOKBNRIDQB fruits all kinds City Bakery NSW OLOYERPORT Keep the system in perfect or Â¬ der by the occasional use of Tutts Liver Pills They reg- Â¬ ulate the bowels and produce KY IN THE Jkd Gregory A Gibson Mr and Mrs Charles Wendolken bavo removed to this city Tho popularity of Ayers Cherry Mr John Galloway and wife are visit Â¬ Poctoral and tho great demand for ing relatives in this city Mr Charles and Luther SaUci field of a cheaper package has been recog- Â¬ PlneVllle arrived home yestorday nized by tho proprietors in their now Lewis Kincheloe and Amos Board of hnlf Bizo bottle costing 60 cents Uardinsburg were in town Thursday Mr R S Skillmau of Uardinsburg was in town yesterday on legal business Roland Smith the clever hotel m n of 8tephensport was in the city yesterday The Rov Sam JoiIcb is preaching this week to crowded bouses In Owensboro Mr and Mrs G W Mullen of Owens- Â¬ News boro aro at Seabreeze Florida to spend tho winter WEDENBDAY JANUAIIY6 1898 Addle Louise Babbage has been quite sick for several days She waa better yesterday Miss Alice Mattlngly left Monday for Kirk where she will spend three weeks with relatives Mies Crockett of Hawesvllle MM arrived yesterday and will be tho guest Ilena are laying of the Misses Jarboe Fresh canned goods City Bakery Mrs Charles Tlniua and daughter Orville Gregory went to Louisville laBt Misa Brook of Holts Bottom were in town Monday shopping week John T Barllett a prominent cltlzan Walter S Smart left Sunday for of Wbitesvllle dropped dead last Sun Â¬ Chicago Merchants are nil busy taking an in Â¬ day He was 72 years old ventory Henry Harper and son Charlie and Billy Stcrett of Ilawesvllle is in George Willis of Glendeane were in town Monday on business the city Tho place for confectioneries is at the Mrs Battle Magus of New Albany City Bakery reached here last week and will bo with NTOair J Sherman baa returned hejebiother Mr Jo Seymour - W 4UICUU UUIU Mr and Mrs 0 E Redman of Irving- ton came down to Stephensport Tues Baked beans with tomato day to attend tho Blain Biggs nuptials Gregory Gibson Mr and Mrs Reuben Miller and Mr Subscribe for the News and youll be Coleman Haswell of Uardinsburg were contented during 08 hero Friday and attended the Masonic Something special in castile soap 12 banquet Gib inches long for 5 cents Gregory Every physician and druggist must re- Â¬ son gister with the County Clerk by Jan 10 Mies Pearl LawBon of Ilawesvllle in deftult of which thov aro subject to a will be with Miss Mnyme Dellayen this heavy fine week Miss Jennie Green of Falls of Rough Misses Edna and Rosa Morrmnu have arrived Friday to attend the Masonic gono to Brandenburg for a visit with banquet She was tho guest of Mr and friends Mrs Goo W Short Mr H J May Jr and Mies Lydia spent Edward Foote Owensboro Graham were in Ekrou last week with Friday and Saturday with Mr and Mrs friends J D Babbage and attended tho Masonic Mifa Annie Brandenburg went to banquet Friday night Grahampton her home Wednesday to P S Miller came in from Glargow visit her parents Friday Mr Miller has been stationed Thomas Drane and Jo Harpolo of at the above placo as Internal Revenue Bowling Green have returned and are gauger but recently has been assigned to again on duty Uniontown Judge James R Skillman went to The meeting of the endowment rank Hardinsburg kist week to qualify as of K of P December 29 elected the following officers for the ensuing year jmge of this city Clover creek is at the right stago for G W Short Pres A A Lallest Vice good skating Wouldnt the boys like Pres Olios May Sr Sec and Treas Mrs M B Ford Ruddells 111 suf- Â¬ toEee her fret z Mr and Mrs J II Wills have return fered for eight years from dyspepsia and ed home from a visit to relatives and chronic constipation and was finally cured by using DeWitts Little Early friends in Ilawesvllle The Columbia Circle B V R C Risers tho famous little pills for all meets with Mrs Dr Smith Saturday stomach and liver troubles Short Haynes afternoon at 2 oclock He and MIsa A S Good- AM- - K- - t- mi Aill a niffn nf TotBOillA Wn daughter of Mr Late Goodman here from Friday until Sunday with her m married DeC 28 atQ th We8t Viow sister Mia J D Babbage F home of tho brides parents Rev Mies Ida Moser of Evansville a most Kelley preformed the ceremony They charming joung lady is the guest of her will spend their honeymoon at Barbours- sister Mrs William Iloinues vjJle attending school the bright little elghtectfVKMr K B Blain and Miss Odie Biggs XRussell months old ton of Mr and Mrs Jctfl ol Stephensport were married at the Culley died last Sunday niglit of croup home of the brides parents Mr and The members of the A U U W lodge Mrs J B Biggs at 0 oclock a m last will initiate their new quarters to ntght Wednesday Rev W B Rutledge per Â¬ by giving their fellow friends an atignst formed the ceremony The bride and spread groom left immedately for their home in Miss Rosa Crittenden of Frankfort Florida passed up on the train Monday She bad There is a history attached to the por Â¬ been visiting Miss Gense Brashear tion of Cloverport known as Cow Heel Owensboro so said a brilliant young lady of that On Thursday evening of last week vicinity A Nkwb representative hap there took place at the Presbyterian pened to bo present and endeavored by church a candy pnlling which was in every means to have her reveal the every way a succecs story She promised to do so sometime Misses Lizzie and Lena Allen altera in the near future and the readers of most pleasant stay with their cousin the News may look forward for a rich Mrs A R Fisher have returned to and interesting article Ilawesvllle their home Prof Chas Cashman who baa success- Â¬ Everyone that could skate and those fully discharged the duties as principal that never did were looking up those of the Cloverport High School will at put away last year The sport was said the expiration of the term which is Jan- Â¬ to be excellent out on Pattons lake Mr uary 18 leave for Uardinsburg Miss Nannie Brashear who spent a Cashman is a sterling young man of week with relatives in West Point came high moral character and has a host of home Friday night She reports a fine besom friends in this city lie will en- Â¬ time but Bays theres no place like ter the law office of County Attorney R N Miller which profession he seeks Cloverport The installation of the officers of the Miss Alliene Mqrray had with her at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs K of P took place Monday night in The following of- Â¬ D R Murray New Years afternoon a their lodge room number of especial friends to partake of a ficers were installed by District Deputy S Grand Chancellor Chas May Br cup of good cheer V R TouBey who for years has P Conrad 0 C E H Kingsbury Mr Ollie AA been connected with the Louisville 0j Ed Whitehead Prelet Louis Railway as Lalleitt K of R andS J Scott Vance St Henderson freight clerk in this city has accepted a M F AL Oolz M E Heury Sol- similar position with the Louisville brig M A J T Daniel M W J M LaHelst 1 G E II Zirckel 0 G Southern A A Lallelst E H Kingsbury and G Mrs Stark Pleasant Ridge 0 says two doctors gaye up my boy to W Short Truateta After While sitting Friday evening around die I sayed him from croup by using Cough Cure is the a bright aud comfortable fireside chatting One Minute It quickest and most certain remedy for and conversing apparently about the coughs colds and all throat and lung Old and New Year the home circle of Mr Pries Graham waa in a strange troubles Short fc Haynes In the evening a mauner disturbed George Greer engineer on the Louis large brown chicken hawk fliw againlst St Louis Railway vllle Hendercon the lower eash of the window which has been appointed Traveling Engineer gives light to their bedroom breaking Â¬ of the road This ofllca was just inaugu the pane entering flew to the bed and rated Jan 1 Mr Greer was somewhat there dropped from its mouth a small surprised but however ia deserving of innocent sparrow dead to the world the promotion After this this hawk immediately flow Mr Sam Conrad and wife reached from the room through the same pane here from Borghotown Saturday morn Â¬ This is a rather strange occurrence and ing They spent a most pleasant week cannot be explained Mr Conrad k a great eporlsaian atid Joaetboro Ark Feb 22nd 1807 no man living enjoys a hunt mure than he lie killed 260 partridge and rabbits J 0 Mendenball Evauevllle lad Dear Sir I have a very sattsfoctory and had bird pie to let MUm Maud Herndon of Akroa Ohio sale oa year Improved Chill and Feyer ml daughter of Mr and Mm Hack Cure during the last year and find It Hwndon who ha been spending a few gives as gocd satWaetlaa as any chill days with Mrs Haunah Hardin of Holts cure I soil W T Nash Bottom roacbotl here Monday to be the RWtfu y guest of Mr aud Mrs Frank Fraxi and -I03BJtXJIC Miss Jennie WarfUhL Miss Maud is k always a woloomo addition to Olover port tocMj MAGNIFICENT Turn Out to The Cloverport Masonic Annual Banquet Write it iSDd A great deal of MoVlntf Jno Hatfield has typhoid fever Crawford Beauchauip Is stamp llcker here now Mrs A S English Cloverport visited hero several days last week Marshall Bu k will move to Meade county shortly Dick Johnson has embarked in the poultry business Miss Myra Hanks resumed her school here Monday Miss Kurtz has relumed to her school in Davit as county Tho new post master was installed here last Saturday The holiday season hero wrs the dul est ever known It is reported that Richard Claycomb Is to bo a drug clerk shortly- Mrs Anna Jordan and daughter Liz Â¬ zie of Farmersville Texas are here on a visit Mrs Amos Kincheloe Brent the holi Â¬ days with her parents Mr and Mis L B Henderson Mies Norrie Kurtz accompanied her Bister Miss Ella on her return to her for a weeks school near Owensboro visit Mrs Janle Frymlre of Fnrmersvlllo Tex waB taken to Louisville last week to consult a Burgeon in regard to the performance of a surgical operation which waa declined and she was brought hero to L G Jordans where she re Â¬ mains in a critical condition A Howling Success Wherever properly introduced Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin as a cure for constlpatlou has met with a phenomenal s tie Many drupgista cannot say enough in praise of its merits as well aa Its great popularity with the people In 10c trial 1 00 bIzb of siz- - and also in 50c and Olms 0 Martin Capt Martin and Ills Newsboys The News had a concert Saturday for an hour On the return trip of the Str Ragon she landed at the lower wharf and put off Capt Martin and his hand of nowB boys who were makirg the round trip from Louisville They camo directly to the News office and played for an hour in the presence of a large crowd who enjoyed their sweet music We were glad to bavo them and Capt Martin with us They were a handsome fine looking band of nobloboysemployed in a great work Capt Martin is also doing a great work in giving his time and talents to tho upbuilding of character and correct habita in these boys and fitting them for the business of life Success to Capt Martin and his news- Â¬ Perfect Health A Bountiful Ayers Cherry Pectoral Breckenridge Spread a Good Time And a Large Attendance For sick headache malaria A Vigorous Body bil- Â¬ iousness constipation and kin- Â¬ dred diseases an absolute cure TUTTS Liver PILLS Beginning New Year OF THE I The Maionp their sons daughters and honorary members were there This brilliant annual occasion calls back to those present the agreeable cood natur ed and pleasurable event of one year ago j ocal Bievlties JJ This kingly affair waa on the closing night of tho old year and it was in evidence that all heard the bells at mid Â¬ night ring In the new Those from adjacent towns wero greet- Â¬ ed a welcome hand and they too were soon to feel that the night was for them Lewis Powers from Hawesvllle assisted local talent members of the order In dispersing the sweet tones from b ringed Instruments Not later than the hour of ten an elegant and sumptuous repast waa tasttfully and prettily served and enjoyed Those charming feminine facea to a stranger gave inspirations that Cloverport is the place for a location This proved that all is congenial and when in a collective body the assem Â¬ blage gives an Imprt 83ion that is retained forever and forever Towards tho de- Â¬ parting hour a cake walk was the laugh Â¬ ing scene Those who participated were Mrs J H Rowland Mrs Charles Lisb Â¬ on Miss Nannie Brashear and Miss Ad dle G Ditto Messrs Dudley Hamble ton Charles Lightfoot Walter S Smart and Eugene Vest They did walk and walked gracefully and comically and promenaded for an hour The judges decided the prize in fayor of Miss Addle G DitU Louisville and Hon Dudley Harableton which was the large cake presented by Capt F M Ryan Hon D R Murray in his comely way tender- Â¬ ed the przi to Mr James G Harris the retiring Worthy Master of the order Mr Chas B Skillman succeeds him In all the magnificent reception will remain on the minds of those until a likewise event Â¬ Â¬ The City Council The city council met In regular session Monday night All present except Mr Pierce ftom tho upper ward Mayor Barry called tho body to order and to business Minutes of the last meeting and of the called meetlrg held Dec 28 read and approved The regular order of business was then taken up aud disposed of 800 was set aside for sinking fund after paying all the expenses of tho year F A Beavln waa allowed the uao of one room In tho school building In which to teach a private school at a rental of 2 per month All of the reports from city officers wero read and approved The following claims were allowed Short Haynes 30c S P Conrad J2 25 John L Hall 25 E H Kingsbury 160 10 Standard Oil UiiEcKKNRtnciE News 10 Jaa R Co 177 Supervisors Skillman 17 The salaries of the Councllmen clerk and Mayor were also allowed This completed the work of the old board for tho last year and they adjourned sine dlo You as Others Will try to cconomizo nnd cut down cxpenso If you will lotus wo will try nnd help you Just and in tho long run you will find you have saved money by trading with us kcop-a-comin- g Have You Ever Tried 1776 Washing Powder It has no equal on the market Lasts loDger is much stronger than all other powders Real good Coffeo can only be made from Chase Sanborns Golden Rio TRY IT COFFEE like we sell If Company Conies In rather suddenly order some nice sliced Ham or Breakfast Bacon Wo will seo that you get it promptly If you want something good to eat and dont know where to find it just como or send to our store for it We generally havo it if it is on tho market Well done thou good and faithful ser- Â¬ vants enter thus into the joys of another years work by steppirg up here and tak- Â¬ ing the oath said Judge Skillman and they stood up like men and took tho oatli all of them save one Mr Pierce it is said will not qualify John Hall was re elected marshal at a salary of 20 fivo less than last year All the old officers were re elected and then came adjournment should know that Foleys Hon la absolutely the best remedy for nil diseases of the Throat Chest or Lungs Dealers are authorized to guarantee it to give satisfaction in all RA A R Fisher Cloverport cases Gordon Stephensport Shellman Haynes Patesville E A Witt HardlnB burg 11 yn I UUey anu Tar miW88BfflaB8 9SXXSiSXSSXtS SULZERS AT THE GREAT BARGAIN STORE OF Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure CO Props Toledo 0 F J CHENEY We tho undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last fifteen years and be- Â¬ lieve him perfectly honorable in all bus- iness transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm REAL LIVE OLD SANTA CLAUS GEO YEAKEL DRESS GOODS i pc all wool llUck Op Serge worlh 0c at - --J lllack I pc all wool Serge worth 75c at O W L to pes novelty tires- Goods worth oc at - i DCs blue red and tan Henrietta Co The Cooking Club The social event oi the holidays was the entertainment given by the Cooking Club at the beautiful home of Mis Wm Smart lost Wednesday evening The house was most tastefully decorated in holly After the arrival of the guests each one was presented with a half card upon which waa written a lovely quotation and half the quotation cut and those whose half cards completed the passage became partners for Klondike theythen repaired to the dining room which was artistically decorated in pale yellow and upon a table was a huge vessel containing sand into which a large number of trinkets had been buried The partners then began with shovels to dig and the one who secured the largest number of trinkets in five minutes won the prize nhich was a warded to Miss White MR STABLER BATS Brandenburg Ladles Fine Wraps t Iot Beaver Cloth f O C Capes at 1 lot Fine Plush It OO Capts worth 6 I lot Childrens Jackets at less than cost Mens and Hoys Mackin- Â¬ tosh Coats from 175 to CLOTHING lloyk Suits from 75c to -- 00 Mens3 OO Suits at 500 Mens 15MJ Suit nl joS oo Mens ji5oo bulls at Hoys lte fer Coats at Sjjo worth I5 00 Mens Overcoats the S quality at 498 Biggest cut of the season in Fine Overcoats Cn fln li0 JO -- West Truax Wholesale Druggist Tole- Â¬ Marvin do Oj Walding Kinnan Wholesale Druggists Toledo Ohio Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internal- Â¬ boys ly acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of tbe system Price Two Well Known Statesmen 76c per bottle Sold by all Druggists Talked for months from a front porch Testimonials free and rear end of a car Perhaps the use of Foleys Honey and Tar will explain Mrs Annie E Brown why they could do this without injury After a year of patient suffering result- Â¬ to their vocal organa It is largely used ing from a complication of diseases Mrs by speakers and singers A R Fisher Annie E Brown of this city died at the Cloverport R A Shellman Stephens residence of Mr and Mrs A Y Ford at port Gordon Haynes Patcsville E Louisville Monday evening A Witt Uardinsburg Her remains were brought to thia city and the funeral services were conducted How He Saved the Old Blue back at tbe home of the deceased by Rey In B F Beard Coa safe they keep Donald Grant pastor of the Presbyterian an old blue back spelling book which church The attendance at tho funeral they use temporarily for putting away was very large and a great number of their checks papers etc coming in mourners followed the remains to the through the day The other morning Cloverport cemetery where the inter- Â¬ the News man happened to be standing ment took place yesterday afternoon by when the bookkeeper waa adjusting The deceased was the widow of the the account for the previous day and lato Dr J E Brown who waa consider- had the book in his hand Mr B F ed one of the best physicians in this Beard remarked that there waa an inci- Â¬ section of the country Mrs Annie E dent connected with that book which Brown waa a daughter of Thomas F he would not soon forget Said he dur- Â¬ Satteifield one of the best known pion- ing the war the guerrillaa were pretty eers of Breckenrsdge county and was thick around here and a man didnt know fifty three years of age at the time of her when he or his property either waa safe death One day a half dczjn or more of these A woman of splendid intellect blessed fellows walked into our store intent on with many lovable trait of characten robbery We then lid buslners in tU she possessed an individuality that ex Â¬ old frame near Johnsons corner Tne empt 11 id all that is best and purest in laeder of the gang walked in and ordered womanhood She was a member of tho me to open tho safe I tried to evade Presbyterian church and a consistent him by tolling him that I didnt have Christian Her life waa a beautiful one the key that my brother had it and thi t and her death is In the nature of per- Â¬ he was not in This seemed to make mat sonal loss to the multitude of her friends ters worse so ho cocked his old caibine in this city Her daughter Mrs A Y and drew it up aud said if you dont Ford wife of managing editor A Y open that safe Ill blow your d he d Ford of the Louisville Courier Journal Well said Mr Beard I concluded off aa well as other relatives of tho deceased that it was best to unlock which I did have the sincere sympathy of tho entire They wont into the safe tumbling ot t community in their bereavement papers and everything on the hunt of money In the ecrlmmaga the old blue a 9 back spelling book rolled out on tho to fl the man floor with 800 in bills in it to didut seem to notice it at all and while rtt I stood there watchlrg him pilfer what ever he could find he turned his head for something and I kicked the old blue a it Do you come to trie close of back under the eafo and saved 800 o tnc day thoroo ghly exhausted They got considerable monoy hut the ii Does this continue day after old blue back etcaped and wo intend to day possibly week after week hold on to it Â¬ Â¬ worth 75c 3 pet changeable O C r Silk worth fi 25 at J- Brown blk blueTCf atiQr 1000 OC Cloth worth i oo Ask to see our Nov AO elty Goods at INFANTS CLOAKS Carpets nnd Oil Cloths All woot Carpets 5c quality at 50 quality l ICn Ladies and Gents Kid Gloves See our great Jtoo Kid Glove in black and colors a glove that will wrareunal to many J 12s cloves Wool and Caslmere Mittens Gloves at 14c Cream Henretta Cloaks with handsome silk embroidery worth 400 only 298 All wool Kidei Ponn in all colors only 34c Atktosee our heavy Flannel for skirts and chddrens wear only loc PRODUCE WANTED Highest Market Price at UVC ODC 2-i-- C nr i i 5 pc Ol Cloth at mt Straw Mat lle at SHOES VERY 08c CHEAP At TIN CAN ALLEY There Was any Times In the Old Town on the Beach Local Treatment for Catarrh Does No Good Mr E M Stabler Payne Ohio writes I had catarrh of the head I tried a local catarrh remedy and It did me no good I tried two different catarrh snuffs and they did me no good I tried a ca tarrh balm and It did me no good our home doctor and his medicine did me no good I tried a Fort Wayne doctor and All Coons Look Alike Hog and Cake Walks CASTORIA For Infants and Children uu19- ilmlla si rutin Were ihe Attractions u ifx fa M he did me no good ga v o them all up for thoy were doing tne no good All they were after waa my money and they got it and that waa all I they wanted Then I cot a Pe ruana Almanac I read it all through was highly recom and saw that mended for catarrh I took eight bottles and they cured me Bound and well I am 5C years old and I can do a good a days work right along I think la the best medicine that waa ever got up for catanh I think every one that has catarrh should use it as I be lievo it will do the same for others as it a Â¬ lino ilnrin trtr ma Worn Out Send to The IVru na Drug Manufact- Â¬ uring Company Columbus Ohio for Dr Hartmans free book on catarrh Ask your druggUt for a free Almanac for 1808 Fe-ru-- The Alost Pleasant fivent of the Season o Perhaps you are even too ex Â¬ o hausted to sleep Then some- Â¬ All these thing Is wrongf things indicate tha you are suffering- from nervous ex Â¬ haustion You nerves need feeding and your Wood n rldiing - i Yei tis true Foleys Honey and Tar Is the beat Cough Medicine A R Fisher Cloverport R A Shell Haynes man Stephensport Gordon Pates vllle E A Witt Uardinsburg The following postmasters wer ap Â¬ pointed last week Axtel E D Can non Garfield O A Mattlngly Sample Addle M Jolly This batch of appoint Â¬ ments removes about all of the Demo Â¬ cratic postmasters in Breckenridge county The greatest anil grandest blow out that ever occured In Cloverport was the Maequerade ball glyen by the young men of this town last evening It was In honor of the old time Thespians of this city Invitations were issued and probably 175 were present It was the moat laughable enjoyable and pleasant event of the new year All were masked and after a few hours ot fun in disguise tho affair waa turned into a dance and the lovers ot tho light fantastic tipped a merry toe until the wee sraa hours Among the attractions of holiday fes- Â¬ tivities Tin Can Alley in this city had its share ot cheer frolic fun and sport Almost nightly did something of a mild nature come off There were hallo hog and cake walks and the hall was simply a mass of one color- - However the best of order waB maintained and the colored people for once in ttieir lives had an ezcelleut time At the hog walk there were not lees than 400 good and bad souls To say the leaat of it it was laughter from the be Uncle Jess Haynes secured gtnning the hog and could be seen the next morning toatlng the brute homeward A few nighta afterwards the swellest of their entertainments came off It was a cake walk and parties from Hawesvllle Lewisport and this place took part The maneuvres that werft on the style the assumed walk together with a mixture of comical movements made up the programme The houso was well crowd ed and the different expressions and tho eagerness displayed as to who would be the fortunate ones waa also an inter eating part of tbe programme which was asourco of much amusement to the Of course no others save stranger those from Hawesvllle and Lewisport could get tho priee which was a cake and thara whero that cake went The price of admission waB only 10 cents and the proceeds went towards liquidat Â¬ A loud roar went ing the church debt up when the judges announced the win Â¬ ners and then the audionce broke for the door WAMTQ tvwwt FOU Vty4 HUNT One story dwelling he or six with outbuildings In Eastland For information apply u Mrs Samuel Johnson at the old bank buildlni on llgh Mrect Indebted TAKE NOTICKwillA1I rersons and settle to the please call with out delay Upon failure to do so I wQl of neces sity have to Uk judgment on all unpaid accounts in order that I may be able to dispose of the Office rvcrj If Card claims to good advantage H S bKiLLMAN Clerk ners store Dec 6 J7 Brrckenridce Circuit Court llieckenridire Circuit Court George M Voungers Adinr IlaintlfT vs I George M Young ers heirs Ac defendants All persons having claims against the estate of George M Younger deceased are hereby notified to pioduce the same before the undersigned Com Â¬ missioner at his oRtce in Hardiniburif Ry prop ery proven on or before the first day ot Pcbru ary 188 Given undrmv hand as Commtslonsr of said Court this iTlh day of December I87 VG Ilabbage C UCC Uieckcnridge Circuit Court II G WhiitlnghlUs Admr IlaintlfT 5 vs Elizabeth WhltlinijhiU and others DefTts All persons having claims agalnit the estate ol KemusG Whiuinghill deceased are hereby no Â¬ tified to produce the time properly proven on or before the first day of February 1S9S before the undersigned Commissioner at his ofhee In Uar Â¬ v dinsburg Ky Given under ray hind as Commissioner of said Court this 1th day cf December I897 V G Ilabbage C D C C Dreckenridge Solomon Circuit Court Millers Admr IlaintlfT vs Solomon Millers llcirsr Defendants I Scotts Emulsion j of OvUlvei- - OIL with Hvoo-phosphites of Lime and Soda contains just the remedies to meet thsc waste The ced- liver oil gives the needed strength arkhes the Mood Se4s the nerves and tne y pophotphltet give them tone and vigor Be sure you get SCOTTS Emulsion Aadntgabtt J Joe wU ZWZ oarr a sowns ttinim ti oo V v Y NMMsMHltllMMi H ADMINISTRATORS indebted to lb estate of A White Mark Eli Dowkn me Another Good M aa Gone Wrong Austin Htaviu deceased are noticed to come for Â¬ Is a perfectly re Â¬ Foleys Kidney Cure Chas O Martin ward and cilia on or before FeVy 6 iKyS Ho failed to use Foleys Kidney Cure K A Mkavin Ialiable preparation fir all Kidney and or bis Kidney complaint A R Fisher J C J4ATTIKUY Krorfbodr Bays So The proprietor ot this Cloverport R A Shellman Stephens Bladder diseases Cucareta Candy Cathartic tlio mott wo Great Medicine guaranteo it or the mon port Gordon A Haynes Patesville E derful medical discovery of tlio age pleaa Do they not deetrvo a ey lefuoded Ule pel gMtly Ht and rctreatilug- - to tbe liver and bowU A Witt Uardinsburg tuul poalUraty m bUm white mark T A R Furfur Cloverport rJ 1Ukwf JUL sold nUrw ayticm uteamlag ttt BnDlllsmsH eSrtdatfcMMwtS- - oura htaiUatie favar habitual t oaaUpaUos Stephensport Gordon R A Shffllwau box boy aad Ottr 4 A Witt Uar a4 lUionianii Plaaaa 80 c mu Ifjr ad tfWaaT fkAAA MLtsi 13tMVatllMBfcialU i t kUaynwrtesvlta Mold rVltitt rVilnAi el O O O to dayt 10 dinsburg C O toll U crTlirtiMU r lV4 If a au fu aHiaw M oura Made a New Man of Him VG nabbsieTC BCC Bryan Ohio Jan 13 1807 For years I have been NOTICE AAll member of Murray Post No Gentleman It are requested to meet Satur suffering from indigestion Had a poor day January I 183 at to a tn Important but coy dliecllonof th Commander iness appetite and could not eat anything con- Â¬ taining grease and had constantly a worn Tha annual meeting of the Endow Â¬ Wednesday out feeling After using three GOc bottles NOTICE Hanks K of l wOl meet ensuing year December 19 to elect officers for the of Dr Caldwells Syrup re pain I am now AU member are requested to be preent Chas May Sr becy and Tieat able to eat anything my appetite craves and can say it has made a new man of NOTICK AII persona All persons having claims against the estate of Solomon Miller deceased are hereby notllfled to produce the same before the undersigned Com nlssloner at his office In Uardinsburg Kyonor before the first day ol Kehrusry isy8 Given under my hind as Commissioner of said Court this Ijth day of December iSgj II im OASTOXUA S jQr-i-jArt- f Â¬ TBLBRBtS Breckenridge News 5 1898 WEDNESDAY JANUARY 1898 He JATOAEY Tu We 1898 Fr a ago Tho Illustrations photographically enlarged from tbo film negatives tak on on tho spot nnd tho letterpress as well nro na unconventional as tho tltlo and docldodly Interesting nnd Mr Palmer is receiving tho congratula Â¬ tions of hll rlonds only n fow da BIG GRAIN CORKERS THE FAILURES OF SPECULATORS OUTNUMBER THE SUCCESSE8 Poor and Weak Catarrh and Bronchial Trouble Had no Appetlto Now Better in Every Way A Delicate Child Some timo sinco I took a sudden cold and could not got rid of it Doing subject to catarrh and bronchial trouble I coughed totrlbly I lost my appetite and grow poor and weak and I did not feel like work I began taking Hoods Sarsapa zllla In a short time the cough disapÂ¬ peared I slept well had a good appetlto Last and I was better in every way spring I was not feeling well J had no apÂ¬ I resorted to petlto and no strength Hoods Barsaparilla and aoon felt more My llttlo nephew was a dell llko work cato child and had a humor which trou- Â¬ bled Jilm so ho could not rest at night Ho has taken a few bottles of Hoods Bar saparllla and now he has a good appetlto Miss Abdib J and is ablo to sleep Prekman South Duxbury Mass ma spaing I HOW TO FIND OUT I DECTEll MARSHALL Jim Keenas Experience Hutchinsons Th AJLLjL 23 24 25 30 31 6 7 t Sa H E 13 NOT DEAD Ionlnrltle Kmbeztter Turn Up In a A California Town Will BaCTamcnto Jan 3 Suceeufnt Corner Speculations of Cod hy and rurtrldge Collapse of Harpers Wheat Deal Some Corn Corners J Popo L 267 28 29 formerly teller of the Flrel Rational bank of Louisville who was cnArged with embezzling 60000 from that In- Â¬ stitution in 1891 Is In this city It Is generally believed In Louisville that Pope died several years ago In the cast lie was Identified here by Thomas Dohan formerly of Louisville who con Â¬ versed with the supposed fugitive last Tuesday A detective has been put on Popes trail and his arrest is expected soon Not Much for the Stntr If Joo Letters wheat oxpcrlcnco should provo unhappy and it hasnt yet bo would still hnvo that consolation which a miserable man Is mpposed to got from company People who delvo iu grain corner literature flud ono thing Very early tho failures outnumber tbo Â¬ successes STOEY WRITERS PAY 80SSIP ABOUT 80ME AUTHORS OF THE GREATER NEW YORK Fiction Itatei la General About tlie Sams as Ten Tear Afo A Lucky Doten Who Have Italied the llce Itlehard Hard Ins Davla Frederick lalmrr InJan Special quired of a magazine publlshor todny about the rates now paid for fiction Itatci for fairly good fiction nro Just about what thoy vroro ton yours ago lio iitd But fetvwrltcrswliolmo learned how to toll a story exceptionally Moll have been able to rolao tho price Porhnps tbcro Builynrd are a dozen or mora of these Kipling of course can commnnd almost any price nnd so can Dr Con an Doylo and Anthony Hope all KnglUliuicn by tho way But tho high priced story writ en do not all live on the other Ride by any Mary K Wilklng rcccltcs almost moans or qulto rts good pay as Hopo or Doyle and Is kept busy whenuvor oho w HI conAlice Oct me Tlmnct sent to write French Is In groat doniand nnd publishers who get her btorles hnvo to pay well for them Joel Chandler Harris receives half a dime for ovory word of fiction ho writes and If ho could turn out a ttury nt tho sarno rnto of speed you can wrlto busi ness letters ho would earn h fabulous sum In the course of a ten hour dny Frank Stockton cosily enforces tho samo rnto of payment and Iirumler Mat thews pay falls llttlo It at all below It Mary Hartwoll Catherwood prnotlcally flies her own price Owon Wlstcr receives pay at rates that would yield a very large sum woro ho to drlvo himself and I Hop klnson Smith though ho writes fow stories Is right royally compensated for all he turns out as Indeed ho Is for what Inspector Frankfort Ky Jan 3 Lester and Expert Weaver have com Â¬ pleted the report on the chair contract In the Frankfort penitentlnry and it chows that from Aug 1 1S90 to May 1 1897 tho Martin contract netted tho state only 5336 This Is only 4 cents day for tho convicts employed whllo the contract says tho prico shall be 35 cents a day From May 10 to July 1 1897 the net profit was 11000 or 28 cents per day Since July 1 It is esti Â¬ mated that enough proflt has bcon mode to bring tho total average since July 189C up to 17 cents a day per man which Is less than Jialt the price guaranteed In the contract Houston Wilson of the Fiftieth civil district court has ren- Â¬ dered a decision in the case of the city of Houston versus the International and Great Northern being an action to determine the title to about 200000 worth of Houston property now In use by the road Tho decision quiets tho title of tho railroad company and they will begin work next week on the 30000 passenger depot lllntlllers Not Satlfleil Louisville Jan 3 The distillers are not satisfied with the rate of 175 announced by the Kentucky and Ten nessee board of underwriters and they are again reviving talk of a mutual company organized and managed by themselves Tho Insurance companies are not only requiring extra rigid con- Â¬ ditions for Insurance tho distillers think but they are making the rate too high 311m Wlllnrd folate Janesville Wis Jan 3 Frances F Wlllard president of the National Wo Â¬ mans Christian Temperance union fainted at tho close of her lecture on A White LIfo for Two which she de Â¬ livered In tho Congregational church A physician was summoned but It was somo tlmo beforo eho recovered suffi Â¬ ciently to be removed to the homo of her cousin Wlllard Robinson Everybody knows that Jim Koeno lost Iiis first groat fortune in a wheat corner at Chicago Ho started in lard nnd made a great deal of money His wheat opera Â¬ tions in tbo seventies extended ovor two years and whllo promising at first finally proved disastrous Nobody failed Tbo raonoy simply dwindlod down nnd wbon tho cash wboat bad been liquidat- Â¬ Thore ed Kocnos fortune was gono were somo spectacular features W T Baker when in Paris recently was shown n cablegram by ono of tho great French grain morebnnts It was touch- - Is the Ono Trtio Wood Turlncr All druggists are tno nei MMMinner rlOOCl S IIHS puis aid digestion 2Sc Hoods Sarsa- - parilla t New YoitK Â¬ SsssillBBBSBBBKI iiS2SaEsss9Rsall A Title Quieted Judge Jan 3 Â¬ Â¬ faMl W I d Â¬ with editors aro Interesting Soon after his return from n few months stay abroad ho la likely to drop In nnd say I want to furnish you with a certain number of nmgazlno pages writing and pictures I unlit you to pay mo ho ninny hundred dollars fiat for tho nrtlclo and il- Â¬ lustrations His propositions of this sort nro almost nlways accepted and so aro his propositions regarding fiction for ho has learned tho knaok of pleasing nmgarlno lovers alike with his articles his pictures nnd his Â¬ ovor ho will wrlto Mr Smiths methods Btorles K Only a fow of tho writers montloned abovo aro Now Yorkers In tho ncnso of living here but tho books of overy one nro published in this city nnd New York Is therefore tho center from which nil draw tho bulk of their Income Tho three Englishmen Indeed may recohe moru money from London than from Now York but tho ozcess Is not so great as ou might suppose A Lucky Young Ittan Ono woro namo Is needed to complete the dozen mentioned by my publishing friend It is tho namo of Itlehard Harding Davis who has been n Now Yorker ocr sinco ho signalized his first days work on The Evonlng Sun by leading a bunko stccrcr known as Sheeny Miko to think ho was a como on and then turning him ovor to tho police Davis can command the limit fo to speak and ho refuses more commissions than ho accepts light nlong His Sol- Â¬ diers of Fortuno bus now sold to tho ox tent of 60000 coplos and the demand still continues Ho handed tho copy of n new long story to tho editor of Scrlbncrs tho other day nnd when ho was In turn hand Â¬ ed tho handsome check representing tho purchase prlro remarked that ho wus go- Â¬ ing across tho wutcr for n llttlo time to Â¬ Â¬ is ready to resign tho presidency of tho Democratlo olub hero to pleaso Mr Crokor will bo thore beforo tho present month Is over with his wife and tho Anthony Drexels and the John A Churchllls aro among those oipoctc Mr Davis Is an exceptionally luoky young man nud his luck began nt birth for Damo Fortuno fitted him out with vory exceptional talents both in kind nud dogrcc Sbo also furnished him with o keen eye a strong physique nnd tho willingness to work His father was an editor his mother Rebecca Harding Davis wus a successful story writer and naturally bo grow up trained to use the pon Today his lncomo must bo somothlng worth having I havu hoard it estimated at from 810000 to 20000 n ear I should say tho latter figure is nearer tho truth than tho former Went to War Iu Greece Frederick Palmer Is n young journalist who will make n good story writer unletu ho sticks to nows too long Ho began on Tho Press Two or threo jenrs ago it was decided to send him to London Whllo ho was serving tho paper thcro tho war In Orcoco broko out Palmor was notified by cnblo to go and report tho fracas between tho Turks and tho Hollones He obeyed Joyfully slnco If thore was anything Iu human history that ho desired above all others to witness It was a war Doing a hustler he roaohod tho scene of hostllltlos at an early stagu of tho gamo Moreover ha sent in n good deal of ex cluilvo news in two or thrwi notable In stances beating tho seasoned Drltlih war correspondents oven Whon ho left Lon don be took tho precaution to Inoludo a small hand camera and plenty of films In Whon bo got to Qreoeo ho Ills baggage rondo Industrious uso of tho ploturo ma chine and sent tho exposed rolls homo as fast as be had pussod thorn through tho llttlo black box His paper was thus en abled to piint Illustrations of tho war made from photographs taken on the spot la advance of most other papers After ho bad been homo a llttlo time a publisher who bad read his dispatches and descrip Â¬ tive articles from tho scat of war proposed Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I dont know how long I shall bo awny ho nddid and I dont know how far I shall go I shall probably visit Egypt anyway Mr Dnvls will find Egypt a very gay plaoo this winter if ho extends his trip that far Reports como from Cairo that tho popular hotels tho Continental Shop beards and tho Ohozlreh 1aliico aro nil well filled and although tho guests do not as yot lncludo many Americans a full quota Is expected Tho Cornelius Vnnilcr bllts will arrive soon possibly nro there by this tlmo ExGoernor Flower who rest Wat tfee young journalist should write a ho - f n Tolunw with tit uuoouvwjUoui1 title Uolittf to a Waatta Qmsx wk UwiuHifjviu Umimwm Tk Wok mult J n Indians Said to lie Still Hold J Ins Negroes In Bondage Slavery has not yet boon eradicated from American soil Tbo Seminole Indians of Florida have tboir slaves and thoso slaves aro colored men who have never known tbo mean ing of the word freedom Down in Dado county around the edgo of tho Everglades aro to be found between 000 nnd 700 descendants of the flerco Indian warriors who once defied tbo power of tbo United States and who centuries beforo in tho days when St sinco Augustino was a colleotiou of huts 1Uo bailor Drowned A collapsed bank a penitentiary sen- Â¬ Marseilles Jan 3 Tho French bark tence for tho manipulator and tho fail wagod implacable war aganist tbo Lombard Captain Dane which left uro of n Bcoro of board of trade firms Spaniards Their aversion to labor is Â¬ Mobile Nov 0 for Cette department of wero tbo results of tho Harpor wheat jnst as great today as it over was Be foro tbo lato war they had their negro Herault sank while entering the port deal of 1887 Tbo president of tho Fi- slaves and today they have slaves Five of her crew Including the captain delity National bank of Cincinnati an Tho exact number of negroes enslaved wero drowned Eight others were unscrupulous speculator reputed to bo by tbo Seminolos is not known bnt that saved rich and capable but in truth without American citizens in tbo eyes of the law means and passing off effrontery for ca- Â¬ are in servitude among tbo Indians is Murdered Ills Iitlier Chattanooga Jan 3 James Welling- Â¬ pacity startod a wheat deal in the not only well understood bnt simply n spring of 1887 Ho gave bis brokers the matter of indifference to most of the1 ton was arrested at Dayton charjed acting for Standard Oil wliito peoplo of tho Indian river dis Â¬ with murder he having confesod that idea tbey weroHo hmiilioo7lpil evombndT mlllinimhea trict Thoy dismiss the subject with the he was tho murderer of his father utmost uonobalanco Lewis WolIIngton whose dead body What is it to ns if a few niggers aro was found In a socluded spot In a still held as slaves Is in effect their grove position Accident to 11 Hunter The indlfferenco with which tho mat Â¬ Hartford City Ind Jan 3 While ter is regarded is shown by tbo follow- Â¬ hunting Daniel Stolnhllber accidentally ing inoldeut related by a man who for Â¬ merly livod in tbo district near tho In Â¬ shot George Phillips In the bowels with dians a rltle Phillips died In the afternoon Ono day a Seminole came into the 15 DJenVIns of Ltbonia Ga Count Telnener Demi Mr market town leading a negro as if the New York Jan 3 The death Is an Â¬ snys tint tils daughter Ida inherited a colored man was a dog Tho Indian ex- Â¬ nounced of Count Telsener at Rome severe cane of JXeina which the usual hibited bis slave to a group of men who mercury and potash remedies failed to Ho married a younger slstor of Mrs relieve Year by year bbe was treated hud guthered in idlo ourlosity around John Mackay him After tolling of tho colored mans with various medicine I external appli cations and internal remedies without good points tho Semlnolo master offered Six Id noun Ierlnhnd him for sale New York Jan 3 Six members of reult Her sufferings were intense grew htendlly worse Ob but you caut sell that fellow t one family were killed by llames and and her conditionblood remedies did not All the smoke In a fire In Jersey City scemtc reach the dis Â¬ All slaves wora set free long ago said a gentleman standing near ease at all uutil S Quickly tho Indian flashed a look of ESSENCE OF NEWS SS was given when nn improvement scorn upon tbo speaker and replied Item of Interest rrepared For wus at once noticed White mans niggers muy be free lluy Jteuileri The medicine was Indians uiggers not free And be led TIib MtolIUt Nt llyuttNWIto Mil was continuecd with fav his docilo sluvo back to his farm and sot burglarized orable results and him at work New York World A fulse rumor mi circulated tliat 1rlnce now she is cured Illamurik wus drud sound and well her The Into Durlie of Trek left debts J A Perkins of Antiquity O was amounting to 150000 clear and pure an3 for thirty yearn needlessly tortured by Anthony MrtJownn Is In Jail at Itnnkln VY I she has been saved physicians for the cure of eczema He la barged with murdering his wife from what threat was quickly cured by using DeWltts The bulldlnj trades council of San IVan ened to blight her life forever tltco favors the annexation of Hawaii Hazel Salve the famous healing SSS gum anlecd putely vegetable Â¬ Witchfor New York ns Mrs Nellie Ieterkln of piles and skin diseases Short cures Rczema Scrofula Cancer Rheu- salve roiiTlcted In Iloaton uf murdering Mrs matism oi any other blood trouble Haynea Usthorlne r Murphy bloc d remedy and always It A man with a bullet In his cled st aires is a real all else falls eveu after ssntiuea With sledge Hammer tho Uilcago police statlou and nld he bad been held up by hiiliwayratnt Dellefontalne 0 Jan 3 Oharlea but he Is bllv4 to be a wounded burglar Olrond was struck on the bead by James Stout with a 28 pound sledge Â¬ Take a blood lemedy for a blood disease hammer Olrond may die You can dye black yellow cardinal a tonic wont cure it scarlet turkey red orange brown olive Mrs Mary Bird Harrtebuig Pa says Our books green drab blue navy bluo and sky ou blood and My child Is worth mlllioM to me yet diseases blue without staining your bands or ves-Â¬ skin I wonld have lost her by croup had I free to sel After dyeing tho vessel simply mailed address not Invested twenty dye cents In a bot Â¬ any need rinsing out do scouring of bauds Swift Specific tle of Oue Minute Cough Cure It nd vmI if yoa um Putnam Fadeless CoH Atlanta curs oougba colds and all throat aad HayM Ds Sold by W K Brown rrviggfaxa G lung trouble Short Seminole Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Murdered by Her Son Philadelphia Jan 3 Mrs Mary Lamb died In tho Medlco Chl Surgical hospital from a fractured skull and her son by n first husband Is under ar- Â¬ rest on suspicion of having caused her death Tho sons name Is Malachi Scannol Mrs Lamb was found lying at tho foot of tho stairs In her home She was unconscious and her body was covered with bruises County Attorney Indicted North Vernon Ind Jan 3 The grand Jury before adjourning returned an Indictment against County Attorney William S Matthews charging him with accepting a bribe of 50 from Cashier John S Morris In considera- Â¬ tion of Matthews Inlluenclng the coun- Â¬ ty commissioners of whom he Is the legal adviser to accept the 53O0O loan from Morris Focbel Itellred Hull tor Siilrldrn New York Jan 3 Christopher Rob- Â¬ ert a wealthy rotlred builder killed himself with a revolver at the La Rochello apartmont house Ho had been living there for some months past with his wife and other members of his household ing tho salo of 6000000 busbels of wheat in ono lot Baker bad negotiated it up to tbo point of closing Somebody influenced Keeno to bait in it Tbo opportunity disappeared from that moment Nobody know it at tbo tlmo but all chances of success of Keono disap peared with tbo loss of that sale To find a successful wheat corner oue must go back to 1888 It was in Sep tember of that year Hutchinson put tho prico to 3 a bushel Thcro were less than 8000000 bushels of contruct grain iu Chicago on tbo last day of that month Hutchinson began bis purcbaso around 80 cents 15 cents higher than tho point wbero Lcitor began Septem- Â¬ ber was around 06 cents ou tho first nnd at 3 on tho last day of the month Tho deal was kept very dark until tho last week Then tbo scrows woro applied unmercifully Tbo collupso of tbo Harper deal the year previous bad mado overy one in Â¬ credulous of a successful manipulation This skepticism hoiped Hutchinson moro than nnytbing else Oct 1 tho prico was off to 103 That there was merit in tbo situation was shown by tho nd vanco later without any help to 120 No oue has over owned as much wheat as Oudaby did in 1803 His lino at ono timo was 28000000 busbols That was when Pardridgo was short at least 15 000000 bushels Thero have never been such titauio risks ns wero afsumed in that campaign Cudahy by a supremo effort ono day April 12 put tbo May prico to 00 cents Fardridgos fortnno was in tbo bal- Â¬ ance Cudahy succeeded in forcing 0000000 busbols shorts to settle Par dridgo bold out however Tbo wbolo world was selling wheat Cudahy had to abandon the campaign Tbo panio bad started in financial circles and bis lard operations demanded all bis capital It took Pardridgo a month to cover up bis shorts and to this dny no one dares to say how largo his Interest was Tho deal lost tbo northwest a vast amount of monoy and lias mado tbo Minneapolis and Dulutb speculators timid about hedging at Chicago over Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ r nuTciiiNEOK around him tbo president or bis bank bis diroctors and his Chicago commis- Â¬ sion men His monoy camo from his bank and hia speculation was begun for tbo purposo of making for him tho fortuno bo bad olaimod bat which ho had novor possessed Ho began with wheat around 80 cents nnd on tho day of his collapso Juno 14 1887 ho put it to 04 conts Ho bad to tako 16000 000 busbels of spot groin nnd if ho bad kopt on ho would havo had to pay for 26000000 bushels for his manipulation was for July Thcro was no lack of wheat anywhere that year The board of trade directors wero compelled to mnko cmcrgenoy warebouso room such n flood of it was arriving Hutchinson who put wheat to 2 a year later was an aotlvo iuterest against Harpor There woro nover such shipments from Chicago as followed tho collapso of that corner Corn corners wero tho rulo rather tbau tho exception in the early eighties Kicker who died leaving less than 1000000 was known as tbo Corn King and would manipulate month after mouth Tho corn crops of that po rlod wero almost 1000000000 bushels lesp than they average now and any thing under 60 cents a bushel was from 1881 to 1834 called cheap Deacon J B Hobbs as active in Methodist and tompcranco circles then as now ran a deal for rich New York- Â¬ ers in tho fall of 1882 A new contriv- Â¬ ance was sprung on bim the marginal price The board of trade directors on petition of tbo corn shorts met and de- Â¬ clared that tbo market situation war- Â¬ ranted especial margin calling privi- Â¬ leges Tho directors authorized those who bad corn sold to Deacon Hobbs to call bim margins about 20 cents un- Â¬ der tho market It compelled a very hasty soiling out of corn spoiled tho deal nud broko tbo deacons custom Â¬ ers Tho moro whisper of marginal prico will still scare a weak manipu lator hair out or Ills ecu bus A vory successful corn corner was run in 1800 by Dartlott Frazior and the Pattens A different experience befell tbo Coster Martin firm in May 1802 Tbo price was put to 1 bnt tho bulls had too little capital Tho elevator in- Â¬ terests sold so muoh on tho last day of tho month and called margins so fierce- Â¬ ly tho bulls were swamped Deacon Stephen V White lost his fortnno a fow yoars ago trying to corner at Chicago Chicago Times Herald Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Dr Ray of Rome Ky who has tMrs spending the holidays with her Iter Write and wife returned home last Saturday Kev Newson asetked by Mr Kersey a singer is carrying on a protracted Jneotlng here at the Methodist church Joe Burnett of Flraxy Mo visited pis brother Master Obarlie Barnett last Wednesday and went to Owensboro to bee his sisters He was accompanied by Charlie who will return next week Mrs Laaley of Missouri is here visit Bg ber slsterj Mrs Durbin Nathan Board and Annie Stackbouse Tom Durbin and Mary Richardson cross fed over to JefTersonville during tbo holi- Â¬ days and were united in the holy bonds of matrimony Mrs Talbot entlertalned the following at dinner In honor of hetsons marriage last Mondaj Misses Daisy Meador Vertie Moorman Venule Moorman Messrs Jobri Richardson John Carter jmd Dr Strother Miss Ruby and Hortense Miller are Visiting relatives in Cecilia Mr Guy MendOr spent a part of the holidays at Cecilia the guest of Miss ilosea Bob Miller visited relatives in Cecilia during the holidays Ben Olarkson Jr spent the holidays in Louisville Mr Kit Mattin has moved his family to town and will be found ready to do blackstnlthing for you Mrs Nan Galloway has moved to town Will Ribertson baa moved to town and will renovato the mill and in a short while oar town and surrounding country will not baye to go so far to mill Mrs Beltle Eskririge and two sons were bore nnd spent the holidays with ber father A R Morris Miss Etta Gross of Vertress was here during the holidays Rov Hartford of Vine Grove came down and attended the meeting a day or two Fill a bottle or common glass with Twice-a- urine and let it Btand twonty four hours 1 t sediment or settling indicates an un Â¬ healthy condition of the kidneys When nrlne stains linen It Is evidence of kid hey trouble Too frequent desire to And Every Democrat Every Republican urinate or pain in the back is also con- Â¬ EveryMah Woman or Child wbl can vincing proof that the kidneys and blad Â¬ reaa win want to read it der aro out of order If Its Worth Printing Will Print It the Week Courier Jour WHAT TO DO Thero is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed that Dr Kelmers Bwamp Root the great kidney remedy fulfils overy wish in relieving pain in tho ack kidneys livor bladder nnd every of the urinary passages It corrects nability to hold urine and scalding pain n parsing It or bad effect following uso bf liquor wine or beer and overcomes hat unpleasant necessity of being com- Â¬ pelled to get up many times during tho bight to urinate The mild and the ex- Â¬ traordinary effect of Swamp Root is soon Realized It stands tho highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases If you need medicine yon should bavo the brst Sold by druggists price fifty cents and oue dollar You mav have a sample bottle and pamplet both sent free by mail Mention the Breck xnridok News and send your nddrcaa to Co Bingbamton N Y Dr Kilmer The proprietors of this paper guarantee the genuineness of this offer A Woman Creiriated Pittsburg Dec 28 During a Are at New Haven a suburb of this city in the residence of Mrs Mary Ann Brow dy Miss Nancy Browdy 46 was burn Â¬ ed to death and the mother 7C was o bltMOCRATS FIOHTlN WITHIN THE pARTV TO JtEFOKM IT OF ITS EXCESSES AND TO RESTORE IT TO ITS BETTER USES THAN TO PUnSUE AN IONUS FATU US WHICH IF IT HAD DEKN MORE REAL WOULD HAVE RESULTED IN THEELEC friON INSTEAD OF TOE DEFEAT OF THE HtEE SttVERFUSIONIN 1896 AND WHICH WITH SINGULAR UNANIMITY THEVOT- RS HAVE REFUSED TO FOLLOW THE OURIERJOURNALISA DEMOCRAT NOT REPUBLICAN AND IT WILL UNDER O CIRCUMSTANCES bun chance wmi the coNSRHVA nvii MEANTIMB WB PREFER TO TAKE XI OR CONDITIONS URSUEA POLICY WHO 5E ONMFFECT S TO CONTINUE THE RK UDLICAN ARTY IN POWER ha Democratic Verfnedy rarer 0I1U or tight pgei luutd rd Saturday of each week The Wedneiday Issue prints all the clean news and the Eatnrdar Issue print Stnriei Miscellany Poetry all matters or special Interest In the hoixe It Is edited by Henry Watterson THE TWICE Price 100 a Year VouR et 104 rood papers of six or right pages each for 1 less than oae cent a paper Useful Premiums Are given Club Rilsers and good paying com missions are allowed agents Dally Courlcr Journnl ono year 000 Doily nnd Sunday one year 8 00 Sunday alone ono jenr - - - - - 200 badly burned that she can not survive Peoria Sargent of the Firemens Brotherhood Who has Just returned from Washing Â¬ ton denies that he Is a candidate for interstate commerce commissioner He Is opposed to Paxson A Congresuman Married vast rwTra-a-Wee- I III Motive SelflshT Ills Dec 28 Grand Master k Courier Journal AND THE Breckenridge News BOTH ONK YEAR FOR ONLY SO SLAVES IN FLORIDA ill Her Life Â¬ ieilily Â¬ fcmh WR Â¬ lr A Real Blood Remedy Clinton Ills Jan 3 The wedding of Miss Minnie Bishop to Congressman Vaspaslan Warner took place at the WOLF CREK residence of eoc Moyor Bishop on North street Jesse Smith came home Christmas day Center France Makes a Touch from Brandenburg Shanghai Dec 30 It is reported Mrs Alice Lambert and little daughter hero that the admiral of the French Mary Wyat spent Christmas with her fleet has hoisted the French flag on Hal sister Mrs Robinson at Big Cllfty Nan island Tho Chinese offered no Mr Conner and wife have gone to opposition Spolsville to be with their daughter for Autonomy Decree Published the winter Havana Dec 29 The Official Ga- Â¬ Mrs Dick Smith and little daughter zette publishes a decree establishing Belle aro in Louiavillo for a protracted an autonomic government and admin- Â¬ visft istration for the island of Cuba from Mr Aurtbur Williams from Paradise Jan 1 Bottom was here Friday and Saturday Cruahed to Dentil Greenville O Dec 23 Marna Bur Â¬ the guest of itobt Smith nett 10 fell under the wheel of a Our handsome young school teacher wagon and was crushed to death Mr Will Arnold returned Sunday from The Lnxr Constitutional his home at Paynesvilla and reports a Chicago Dec 23 The supreme court pleasant time during the holidays Â¬ Mr Jesse Smith his mother and Miss of Illinois has declared the jury com mission law to be constitutional Sue Owings went t6 Brandenburg Mon- Â¬ day Sue and Jesse attended the party Murdered III Ilrothcr-In-Laat Mrs Moormens and said it was Haverhill Mass Dec 28 William a la grand Dolan was stabbed to the heart with a Mrs Will Smith entertainedlber many knife and killed by William Daly his friends on Christmas day to a delightful brother-in-lawho had lived with him dinner 20 years Daly is in jail charged with murder The men wero each about 70 Mrs llobt Trent sweetly entertained bor neices in ber own happy style on years old Both had been drinking Christmas Stole Ten Thouuml Dec 30 P H Ma Brunswick G Miss Rebtcca Owings came up on the bry agent of the Southern Express Str Tarascon from Chenault to spend company at this place has disappeared Christmas with ber mother with 5000 consigned to the Brunswick Miss Mstal Norman Beechlands ac Â¬ Savings and Trust company and 5v00 complished young teacher came down consigned to tho National bank of from Louisville Saturday night on the Brunswick Str Tell City and was the gueat of Miss Gomes Receives Shermans Letter Sue 0 kings Havana Dec 30 Sylvester Scovel Mr Kemp who has been a long suffer- Â¬ delivered a letter to General Maximo Gomez from Secretary Sherman rela Â¬ er from Cancer died Wednesday night tive to a settlement of the war and and was buried at Pleasant Itidge Ind Friday He leaves a young wife who the general promised to reply through the Cuban represenotlvo at Washing Â¬ baa the sympathy of the community ton Mrs Sid Elder visited ber mother at THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE Sirocco last week Miss Annie Riley ParalBi3 Bottoms young school teacher did not givo the Lung Troubles and Consumption Can be children Christmas week She was only Cured borne Saturday and Sunday Sei more An Eminent New York Chemist and Scien- Â¬ industrious than others tist Makes a Free Offer to Our Christmas passed very pleasantly here Readers Everyone seemed to be in good cheer Little One has returned to her The distinguished New York chemist school and I am just as lonely as one could possibly be Many things are un- Â¬ T A Slocum demonstrating his discov- Â¬ pleasant in this life and we must all ery of a Tollable and absolute cure for Consumption pulmonary Tuberculosis hook forwatd for better things to come and all bronchial throat lung and chest diseases stubborn coughs catarrhal affections general decline and weakness YSTER EATING BROKER loss oi flesh and all conditions of wast Â¬ ing away will send THREE FREE BOT Stowed Away On Hundred Roekawar TLES all different of bis Now Discov- Â¬ In Klfht Minute and Won 30 F L Mackay a broker on tbo New eries to any oflllcted reader of the Beeck York Consolidated Stock and Petroleum BNitiDaB Neks writing for them Exobange got to talking recently about HiaINew Scientific Treatment has his ability to eat oysters O h Ter cured thousands permanently by its hnue another broker said he would bet timely use and he considers a simple It f 10 that Mr Mackay could not oat 60 oysters at a sitting and be said further Â¬ professional duty to suffering humanity more that he would pay for the oysters to donate a trial of his infallible cure Science daily develops new wonders Mr Mackay said ho would accept the bet and would agree to eat 100 oysters and this great chemist patiently experi- Â¬ Harry Michaels anq R J Hoffman menting for years has produced results wanted4tomako bets of 10 each with as bent flcial to humanity as can be MrMaokay on the same terms and claimed by any modern genius His asÂ¬ they were accommodated Tho bettors adjourned to tho restau sertion that lung troubles and consump- Â¬ rant in the basement of tho Consolidated tion are curable in any climate la proven filed building followed by 60 other brokers by heartfelt letters of gratitude and Mr Mackay started In on the oys in his American and European laborator ters In eight minutes Mr Maokay had ies in thousands from thoeo cured In all stowed away 100 Rockaways and then parts of the world be pocketed 30 wth the remark that Medical experts concede that bron- Â¬ bis limit in oyster eating had by no chial chest and lung troubles lead to saeans been reached Mr Mackay has which uninterrupted been a member of the exebango less Consumption means speedy and certain death Simply write to T A Slocum M O dCrsotoMat Uwuwchwigft might 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