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Digital page images are linked to the text file. lit THE BRECKENRIDGrE NEWS ALLx VOL XXII B THE NRS THATS KIT TO PRINT NO 28 Royal nakct the food pare wholesome and dtllctaai CLdVEKPORT tussle between the parties for the Republicans reallzi that they cannot sflrd to be shorn of anv moro of their power And If the D uiocrats get the prtsou commlesloiicishlp It means that tho opposition lias snatched from tho cove- Â¬ tous Uuls the very vantage ground for which those same members of the G 0 A P fought so valiantly and vainly for so long Â¬ KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 26 1898 CONGRESSIONAL SUMMARY FOURTH WEEK IN SESSION Senator Bronston Says the itentiary Bill Will Not PenÂ¬ CUBA ALWAYS VERY FUR ON DECK IOUS GALE Perennial sion Theme of Discus- Â¬ Sweeps From The Rocky Aloun at the tains to the Pass FOR CONSIDERATION A NUMBER BILLS One of the bills which I expect to see Capital create something of furore is the one will be ofTered to morrow by Mr which Porklns the Populist member from BUT THE END IS NOT FAR OFF Webster which will seek to provide for abolishing the divorce laws of tho state except for scriptural roasons adultery Mr Illtt Forshadows the Presidents Action Ono friend of mino here who has boon The Policy Decided Upon Atlantic Much Damage Was Done to Property But no Fatalities Are r Populist Perkins to Introduce Abolishing Divorce Laws Bill keeping tab on dlyorces tells me that the total number granted in the state Reported Last Summer last year would startle the p ople in immensity This question then will bring up a hot debate as did the act prevent- Â¬ ACTION SOON TO BE TAKEN ing the marriage of first cousins Special Cuba Jan 8J Is almost constantly at tho front In cht capital If it Is not n debnto In tho houso Kentucky this week Tue fijht pgilnst of reprosontatlvoii a resolution In tho sen it will be started by Morgan China and ato or a rumor thnt warships are to be tils then the big ball will begin to roll in patchod to Havana It is something olso beginning of But tho end or dead earnest The opposition to the cannot now bo theoff Moro than tho end onco In far Chinn bill has reserved its strength and thoso dlspatohes I havo told my rendors of its hard to measure its power But the tho purposo of tho president ultimately to impression is that tho Chinn bill will Intervene between Cuba and Spnln My predictions have of late boon conflrmod In pass the House with ease ninny ways Chairman Illtt of the foreign affairs commlttoe of tho houso recently The bill of Senator Jones fixing the spoko from his plnco and told tho world salary of trustees of the jury fund in virtually that President MoKlnloy was Mr Illtt was in counties of 75 000 population at 500 has preparing to Intervene with tho president at tho been roported adversely which practi- Â¬ consultation tho night boforo this romark White House cally kills the bill It was considered an nblo speech was mado Tho significance Important one and it was thought would of Mr Illtts speech was not In foreshad owing tho iwtlon of the president or that pas has been presaged for somo time past by Senator McCnords bill allowing the newspaper correspondents who aotually railroad commission the privilege of fix Â¬ know what Is going on In Washington Â¬ Its true significance was that the culmiing freight rates on all lines is going to nation of tho presidents polloy has boon be the most hotly debated bill of the hastened by evonta in Cuba ovor which of session It will come up to morrow and course tho cxecutlro had no control It Is well to bear In mind that no other all intenst centers in it to day Many man In tho country has had greater Influoutcome of the ence upon President IfcKInleys Cuban visitors interested in the measure are coming iu to night to watch polloy than Mr Illtt himself This policy the progress of the fight lor and against was formulated last summer just afterÂ¬ tho return of Spoclnl Commissioner Cal the McOhord bill houn from Cuba and Just licforo tho departure of Minister Woodford to Madrid Mr II lit was then In almost dally consul- Â¬ S1EPHENSPORT tation with tho president and Assistant Secretory of Stato Day The Ohio looks quito swell Tho president properly placed great con Jim Jackson Uawesville is in town fldonco In Mr Illtts judgment and knowl- Â¬ E P Moselev is running the Clifton edge Ifo is and long has been a special student of all foreign questions Ho is mill gifted by nature with an adaptability to Ben Hawkins spent Sunday with Roy such matters and his diplomatic experi- Â¬ ence and his closo and Intelligent study Brnshear MUs Emma Mosely is visiting in Hart- Â¬ give his opinions whon onco formed tho weight of authority Mr Illtt had always ford and Evansvllle been In favor of action by this government Bro CundifT filled his regular appoint- Â¬ concerning Cuba because ho had always believed tho problem there was ono whloh ment here Sunday this government alone could eolvo and his Mr Joe Morgtn has been on the sick Influence upon President MoKlnloy was right In this Hue and direction list for two weeks The President Polloy Mr Snowden of Hawesville is at the What was tho policy of tho president Dowell House this week formed last summer Tho American citi- Â¬ underDont forget prayer meeting at the M zen who wishes to onjoy a fullupon standing of tho various moves tho E church Thursday evenirg International chessboard thpso now Do Â¬ ing mudo and others whloh uro to come In Mrs Lee Dowell was visiting at Mr Lorenzo Dowells near Sample last the near future may bo glad to havo this question clearly answered I will endeavor week to do eo my Information being nono tho Miss Katie R Crawford has returned less trustworthy and accurate because I home from an extended visit to relatives am unablo to namo Its source spent two When President McKlnlcy in Canada weeks In consultation with his advisers and ovolved a Cuban polloy it was a plan The many friends of Mr John Bennett was not n leap In tho purpose of Louisville rrgret to hear of his sor with a was not It a bit of opportunism dark it lous illness watting for what might turn up but was Our Presiding Elder Bro Overton to tbo contrary a definite plan with an of great moment at tho far preached a splendid sermon for us Fri Â¬ achievement President MoKlnloy decided end of it day evening that he would go at tho Cuban problem Miss Pearl Law ton one of Hawesviltoa upon the basis that ultimately it would bo tho duty of the United Statos to solvo It most popular young ladles is the guest He would howovcr tako his steps In suoh of Miss Helen Brnshear way if posslblo that whon tho crisis camo Nobody has had to move on account war with Spain might bo averted He had reason to believe and slnco that day the of the high river but there has been a roasons havo grown stronger that In tho great many troubled pplrits end Spain will bo found too woak to offer United States but will Lung fever has been raging here for resistance to thetho best terms possible bo glad to mako soma time among the hogs Its a very Having all this in mind tho president prepared tho noto to Spain which was de Â¬ fatal disease and difficult to treat livered by Ueneral Woodford and which is Mr Mike Blain who fell some time known by tho ministers name That was sgjand injured three of his ribs B notice upon Spain that ultimately unless ayaln out aud at his place of business Spain herself solves tho problem wo shall find it nenossary to step In and solve It for W II Morgan and family are visiting her That was the first step Then Spain bot- Â¬ reversed her polloy in Cuba Mrs Morgans mother in the upper She recalled Mis Morgans health is not at all General Woyler Sho began to carry on tom tho war along modern Christian lines gpoa She Instituted what she called autonomy r Jos pli Snyder section foreman Sho itindo every posslblo concession to tho lms purchased the Logan O Murray United States eager to avert the threaten Â¬ intervention tract of land near town Consideration ed In recognition of this tbo president Btnld 125 00 his hand for a time Ho was willing to Spains Rev W H English was vhlting his await tho outcomo ofautonomy efforts to and am Â¬ conciliate Cuba with parents last week He left Thursday nesty If affairs in tho island had continfor Pembroke Ky to visit his sister ued normal tho president In all probability would havo been willing to wait for Mrs Emma Lacey some months yet that Spains now polloy Miss Myra L Hanks came down from might havo ample chance to demonstrate Webster Sunday and spent the day Whrthor or not It was going to aohlovo with her parents Little Miss Lyddan Anything good und wholesome But Cuba has not remained normal accompanied her Hastening to a Crisis Miss Ada M Hauks returned Saturday As I havo already told you in theso dis- Â¬ from Irvingtou where she has been patches the president has been greatly tho disclosures as to tho terriblo teaching school She will teach a spring stirred by of tho rural population of Cuba condition term at Union Star He started a relief fund Iu tholr behalf The many friends of Mrs B A Bra and It has been n failure because the peo ple of tho United States believe tlioro can shear of Gas City will regret to hear bo no adequate relief till our government of her severe illness and hope soon to interposes Its strong arm Meanwhile also there have been riots In Havana hear of her recovery Tho significance of those riots was twofold photographer- - of McQulthy Bros first that autonomy was a failure that Indianapolis lad aro bore at the mouth tho ruling class In Cuba would not accept of the creek in a fi te large boat doing It second that tbo now captain general upon loyalty of tbu They were here could not dopend which the coBsideMble work havo garrisoned volunteer forces about tea years ago Havana Following thoso came signs of unrest in The CIbc1bVI Cooperage Co is flu tho bouse of representatives It is well ieblag loadlag a barge here The high known to every observer In Washington water lias the km a the jump to save that If tbo brakes were taken off In tho house a majority for action concerning the yard stock at several petals Utiba wotikl be manifest All these things and have operated to hastea a culmination of War frieeik Mr Glad t hear Mrs Kirby Blaia are delighted with tho plan whloh the president formed last their Beylioina in the Many South summer Instead of Intervention about November this year H is likely to come la where ty ft many friends hope kappl soma form or other wHhia M days Other Writy await then usee of cuts may delay or prevent It but unless new note to Spain ITagCymlrf Preston has rabtraad they do a that the United Statesabenote tieÂ¬ wamltiig yWt to Ool F K GrtWo ted as a faotor to a solution of the admit from Cuban VL Oriaaa Ga Col Grist is the So4 problem not necessarily to put the insur geuta In power but to solve it In soma way aotod Southern breeder of pit gans Is now being prepared and will soon be Hugh said it wm amoatnovai aigbt pi emoted to the government at Madrid to m the Utile folks all bar looted U What will follow bo one la wis enough WeAnus Wluu I0tb of January la Com WORST EVER WITNESSED LATEST FRANKFORT GOSSIP The school book truat will contend as it never has before for its existence in WA8H1NOTOK I to I IH Frankfort Ky Jan 25 The Legis Â¬ lature has reached the record making period and any momentous questions s will bo settled in the two Houses before the end of this week Thp committees are getting their work dono the Bcedul ed bills tire boing reported or amended or substitutes prepared the defects in the imperfect ones are being remedied and all the voluminous list of prelimina Â¬ ries disposed of that the members may get into the meat of the would le legis- Â¬ lation aud tlio core of the resolutions Tnis fourth week of the term will doubt- Â¬ less be notable for the importance of the bills acted upon aud the pertinence of the debates on these acts Senator Mc Chords measure for empowering the railroad commission to Is freight rates on all of the lines in the state will be first debated to day and the discussion is expected to cover a wide range The anti school trust bill is to come up in the House to morrow aud it is a fur raising quantity lUelf Then the bills to abol- Â¬ ish the executive boards in Louisville to establish milk inspector to prevent Sunday baseball playing to work the convicts on the public roads to provide titles for the canning of impure foodQsh fruit or vegetables to consolidate the offices of sherilT and jitler and the olflctB of assessor and magistrate to reduce the salaries of state o fibers to abolish the office of Commonwealths Attorney to establish a non partisan penitentiary commission and numerous others will be given their third reading if not amended or killed during this week or within a lew days thereafter So that all considered the week stems pregnant with Important legislative events and matters of import and moment AVhen asked what he expected to do in the matter of reporting his penitenti Â¬ ary jjmuiiesion bill Senator Broustou said I shall report it to the Senate Will the bill this week without fail pass was asked No not in its present but 1 reseive the light form he said to amend it and will do bo to the end that it will be satisfactory and become a law I shall make the Commissioners elective by the Legislature and as fol- Â¬ lows one for two years one for four years and the other for six Iu tbis way there will be a new Commlesloner elect ed by the General Assembly at each session Of course thy ollicers wilt be ri quired to give bond and report their Tbere are doings to the Legislature applicants galoie for these prospective offices already and before the bill has become t UVctlvH almost tvery section and county in the state will be represent ed iu the scramble The names most frequently mentioned in connection with the three places are Messrs Henry Ma field Ed McGrath Coving Goorg ton John lilies Frankfort Wm Per ry L xlugton W E Moore Bourbon county Ohas White Hardin county Wm Cromwell Frankfort and one gtntleman from Gtnut one from Meade one from Adaii and one from Hondersoi and Webster the latter named being still hunters after the prz s It is expected that the law will become oper Â¬ ative about tho tlms the pr Bint session adjourns and that there will be a whole sale turning out of Republicans at the penitentiaries by the new board Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Columbus O Jan 24 At exactly 11 oclock Saturday standard time hlght the windstorm which has swept from tho Rocky mountains to the At- Â¬ lantic coast struck this city with nil Its unrestrained fury Buildings rocked trembled and groaned glass shattered Into thou- Â¬ sands of pieces rattled and everything not absolutely stationary contributed to the awful din Like tho first charge of a mighty army it came fell back re formed and charged again and again each timo with less energy than before until at last about daylight having spent Us fury it became a gentle bieezc com- Â¬ paratively Aside from tho destruction of somo plate glass there was no serious dam Â¬ age done hero However considering that there was slight damage to many buildings in every section of the city the aggregate will amount to consid- Â¬ erable Â¬ It Â¬ Â¬ fierce galo struck here and at noou Sunday tho wind had reached a veloc- Â¬ ity of 71 miles an hour but after that it abated until In the evenlug when It was blowing only 45 miles an hour The car ferry Shcnango No 1 from Port Dover Ont for Conneaut 0 was caught in tho galo and drifted helpless for half an hour She was then run into Erie harbor for shelter The cap- Â¬ tain says the barometer was very low during the blow and he feared for a time that the boat would founder It was the worst gale ho evor saw on Lake Erie At Mount Vernon the roof was blown from the Raymond building and tho steeple of the Disciple church fell crushing a big hole In tho roof At Bucyrus flat cars were carried from sidetracks onto tho main line and blown several miles Trees wero up- Â¬ rooted and roofs of buildings carried nway at Coshocton At Chllllcotho It was tho heaviest windstorm ever known The Foulke block the largest building in tho city was unroofed Wind Snow and Italn Boston Jan 24 A severe storm at- Â¬ tended by unusual phenomena passed over New England causing heavy rains In the southern portion 10 to 12 Inches of snow in Maine and New Hampshire thunder and lightning in the extremo northeast and practically a tidal wavo on the coast from Cape Cod to Portland A gale is blowing east of Portland and the storm seems likely to increase in force as It passes over tho provinces Most Severe In Years Milwaukee Jan 24 The most se Â¬ vere blizzard which has visited this city in years continued Its fury until about 6 oclock Sunday morning Snow to the depth of 18 Inches had fallen and with the wind blowing at tho rate of SO miles per hour great drifts were formed in all parts of tho city making travel utmost an impossibility Heavy Blow ut Sandusky FIEHCU OALK 11AGED Was One of the Worst Experienced on Luke Erie Cleveland Jan 24 Saturday night a Washington Jan 18 Senator Han na of Ohio received the oath of offlco for tho remainder of Mr Shermalis term which expires Mnrch 4 18991 The Lodge bill restricting Immigration was passed Washington Jan 19 Urgent defi- Â¬ ciency appropriation bill 1913810 passed Teller resolution providing for payment of bonds in silver report- Â¬ ed by a majority of tho finance com- Â¬ mittee Senator Morgan spoko on Ha Â¬ waiian annexation Senator Piatt of New York introduced a bill to with- Â¬ hold pensions from veterans employed in tho civil service under the prefer- Â¬ ential law Washington Jan 20 A resolution was introduced to Inquire into the 160000 postofTlco deficit which led to an order to reduco carriers Mr Mor- Â¬ gan continued debato on Hawaiian an- Â¬ nexation treaty Washington Jan 21 It is decided to begin consideration of the Teller silver resolution which displaces the Hawaiian treaty Washington Jan 22 Attornoy Gen- Â¬ eral McKenna was confirmed as asso- Â¬ ciate Justlco of tho United States su Â¬ premo court In the Home Washington Jan 18 Tho following bills were introduced To deflno mixed flo and to regulato Its sale and lm- portatlom and to require packagos of it to be marked accordingly to make1 dealings In futures penal offenses amending tho coupler brako etc act to protect railroads by allowing the Interstate commerce commission to extend tho time the law takes effect to January 1901 and Imposing exem- Â¬ plary punitive and cumulative dam- Â¬ ages for falluro to comply with the law to simplify the revenue laws Washington Jan 19 An attempt to secure consideration of a resolution recognizing Cuban belligerency by making it an amendment to tho diplo- Â¬ matic and consular appropriation bill was ruled out of order and the ruling sustained The army appropriation bill was passed Washington Jan 20 The day was consumed by a vain attempt to secure belligerency recognition for Cuba Washington Jan 21 Speaker Reed and Mr Bailey of Texas clashed on u question of veracity with reforence to a Cuban resolution Washington Jan 22 Public land laws of United States extended to Alas Â¬ ka Provision requiring bullion own- Â¬ ers to pay transportation charges to the mint stricken from tho urgent de- Â¬ ficiency bill An Earthy Smell Bombay Jan 24 Tho eclipse of tho sun was accompanied here by a rapid fall of temperature An earthy smell pervaded the atr and the sceno resem- Â¬ bled a landscape under a wintry Eng- Â¬ lish suu The duration of totality was two minutes with a marvelous corona of pale sliver and blue Native astrol- Â¬ ogers predicted terriblo calamities The natives swarmed to devotional ex- Â¬ ercises and there was general fasting but no great alarm Tho nlzam of Hy- Â¬ derabad liberated 50 prisoners giving each a gift of money and clothes AN AWFUL TRAGEDY A Mother Murders Her Child And Then cides SuiÂ¬ mi AKIN0 POWDER Absolutely Puro notu Mma fowom CO Laudanum Was Used on the Infant But The Insane Woman Cut Iter Throat With a Knife ktw yokk SEVERED HER JUGULAR YEIN New Mrs New Albany Ind Jan 24 Seth Coffman administered a large doso of laudanum to her babe which was sleeping In the cra- Â¬ dle After satlsfyingbcrself that the drug would produce tho desired effect she Walked into the kitchen took a largo butcherknlfo from the sato and drew it across her throat severing the Jugu- Â¬ lar vein Coroner Starr held nn inquest over the remains of the unfortunate woman and her child and renedered a verdict of suicide resulting from insanity IN BAD Tipton Ind Jan 22 Business men and capitalized have organized a com- Â¬ pany to construct and operate an elec Â¬ tric rallwny from Tipton to Atlanta south and to Windfall north Tho road will bo ready to operate by March 20 Ills Freedom Win llrief Austin Princeton Ind Jan 22 Jones who escaped from Jail several days ago was captured at Hazleton this county Urlo Decker tho boy for- Â¬ ger implicates him as ono of the per- Â¬ sons who aided him In the forgory re- Â¬ cently Found Dead In lied WE Newcastle Ind Jan 20 Warner of Sulphur Springs wnB found dead In bed at his home He separated from his wife two months ago and slnco that time has been having fits Wnhash on the Ilampase Wabash Evansvlllo Ind Jan 20 river Is on a rampage and much dam ago is reported in the bottoms back of Thousands of bushels of Vtncenncs corn have been lost MARKET REPORTS Orulu and Stock Quotations For Jan 22 Now York neef family 10 0011 CO extra men S COfiU CO Cut meats JO OOftO t0 packed Ilckled bellies MjOe pickled utioulclerx iyti5c pickled Iinmn 7Wc Lard West Â¬ ern steam 13 00 lork Old mess SS OOU iirctrlc Itond SHAPE Deed of Amlentnent Filed by Maonlo lleneflclal Society Indianapolis Jan 22 A deed of as signment has been filed by tho board of directors of tho Masonic Beneficial society Tho concern has been In trouble for years and Is far behind In payments The membership has to claimants sunk to about 1900 It was organized In 18C9 under Masonic auspices but the fraternity has repudiated tho manage Â¬ ment It was an assessment associa- Â¬ tion Claims already allowed but not paid amount to 50000 outstanding claims not allowed 160000 duo from mem- Â¬ bers 54000 If delinquents would pay assessments the managers say tho concern could pay out The assignees have decided to Issue a circular letter of information to all concerned A statement of the condi- Â¬ tion of the assets and liabilities will be made The Masonic Mutual will be closed out and the assignee will sug- Â¬ gest that all of Its risks may be rein- Â¬ sured In some other company Disappointed llntter Western dairy lSQSOej cream ery 14iJUc do factory llQICc Cbee -- Stnte large 8Mrt8ic small OWQOWc part sklm 4HVic full skims 34c Eggs Stntc nnd Pennsylvania SOigfJc western fresh 20c Corn 35ic Oats Wheat 1 03 Uye C3c 0 00 Â¬ 2c Fell With a Crash Philadelphia Jan 24 With deafen Â¬ ing crash the cast wing of tho old state houso fell No harm was done to tho historic building as tho arches which collapsed were not connected with It a section cf the wing next to the east wall of Independence hall having been torn out The accident was duo to the exposed state of the building Constantinople Jan 24 Russia is about to present a note to Turkey de- Â¬ manding payment of the whole balance of tho indemnity of the Russo Turklsh war amounting to 140000000 with a view of making the sultan more docile in the settlement of tho Cretan ques- Â¬ tion Sematlonal Divorce Suit Kokomo Ind Jan 24 In a divorco petition filed here Captain W W Peace 79 Is charged by his wlfo with frying to kill the family with a revolver In another Frank Span wick is charged with having three un dlvorced wives living Inherit a Fortune New York Jan 24 By the death Of Callsta Maria Talbot 81 which oc- Â¬ curred at tho Windsor hotel on Friday her husband Dr Ashton B Talbot 35 will inherit nearly 1000000 They were married in 1895 at Buffalo Advlted to Aceept Terms Campbell of Jewell Pike county com- Â¬ mitted suicide by hanging herself Miss Campbell left the folowlng note Dear Papa When you read this I will bo basking in the sunlight of another clime I die for tho lovo of Ben and no one else Ho has deserted mo for- Â¬ ever and I can bear the great sus- Â¬ pense no longer Farewell forever Ben Borden was her sweetheart They were to have been married on the day she eulcided South Will Ite Kepreeuted Indianapolis Chairman Jan 19 Hanna of tho executive committee of tho monetary convention was notified that the chamber of commerce of Llttlo Rock had reconsidered its determina- Â¬ tion not to send delegates to tho con- Â¬ Memphis and several other vention cities In Tennessee will also be repre- Â¬ sented and tho committee no expects a large delegation fromthe sotfth Three Hen Drowned Princeton Ind Jan 22 Word has reached hero from the Wabash 10 miles west that three unknown young men wero drowned there Thoy were out In a small boat when it struck an old tree and Immediately sank A man named Emsey from here it Is rumor- Â¬ It so the casual- Â¬ ed waa with them ties will amount to four Frank Coryell Found Guilty Columbus Ind Jan 24 The Jury has returned a verdict in the case of Frank Coryell charged with tho mur- Â¬ der of Mrs Helen Banks near Sey- Â¬ mour on the night of Oct J last find- Â¬ ing the defendant guilty of murder in the second degree and assessing his punishment at life Imprisonment in the Indiana state prison Grave Wm Empty Indianapolis Jan 24 Jasper Clary Jr 15 a member of a well known fam ily died last Saturday and his remains were buried on Monday last in Round Hill cemetery near the Clary home stead south of this city An investi- Â¬ gation showed tho gravo had been robbed Biauaea ueain Ex Deputy Marietta O Jan 24 United States Mnrsnal and Detective W E Mason was stabbed to death by Morgan McSweeney Wright Ky Jan Girl Suicides 24 Miss Taba 4 C03 Cattlc Cholco 14 7W 83 good 4 TO tidy butcher fi sm i CO fair 4 M iO common WK73 3 J3 SI heifers 74 Gt 25 bolls stags aud cows 2 2TxQ3 73 rittsburc 3 WV13 OS Hogs Yorkers mediums 3 4H3 45 grnssers 3 ST 3 00 fulr 3 7Cr73 75 rough S3 70S3 75 pigs heuvy 3 70x3 80 Hlioi CUolee 4 70I4 85 good ft 00 4 2Vfi4 CO commou 3 60ii 4 70 fair 3 7KuC 00 4 00 lamb Chicago 3 OitfjS CO cows and Cnttle Ileeves 2 0044 30 Texas steers S3 C05J heifers 4 23 0O4i4 80 blockers and westcrus 3 ISTH 35 feeder Hogs Light 3 C7ft3 72 mediums 3 C3 3 tWii3 80 roughs S3 iOil G3 77 heuvy 1 frefih cows 20UM 4 50 4 CO 4 10 Sheep nnd Lambs Cholco sheep exports fair 4 24 40 common 00 choice lambs 3 4 233 S3 0O 5 0 00 7tf Wlient 03Xc ltye 44ic Corn HuIThIo 20Ttc Oats 22 Ituultn Club Halted 4 1WJ4 CO shipping Cnttlo nuteliers best fi 0K4 70hellers steers 4 S3S 10 good 3 CO4 00 stockcrs and cows and feeders 3 2Mi4 10 3 00iJ3 03 roughs com Hogs Yorkors 3 303 45 mediums aud mon to good 3 70Q3 75 pigs heavies fl lKi 4 03fit Hheep and Lambs Sheep extra good prime common 5 OOiiiO 13 4 00 75 choice lambs 5 0OQ0 00 2 KXU3 Cleveland 3 82V1 medi Hogs Yorkers und light ums nnd heuvles S3 80 stags aud roughs 2 C0i3 10 Sheep und Lambs Sheep 2 5034 CO lambs 4 OOtfS 75 Cuttle Steers 3 753 00 heifers 3 00 j4 00 cons aud hulls 12 25Q3 00 Â¬ Â¬ am Â¬ Sandusky O Jan 24 The most bc vere windstorm experienced this win- Â¬ ter set in Saturday afternoon and con- Â¬ tinued all night A large amount of damage was done throughout the city and scores of people narrowly escaped being struck by flying glass from win Â¬ dows demolished by the wind Batavla 0Jnn 24 A terrific wind Â¬ storm struck Batavla and great dam Â¬ age was done to several now buildings which are under construction also to outbuildings etc Reports Indicate that considerable damage has been done throughout the county Mnoli Damage at Akron Akron O Jan 24 The gale of SatÂ¬ urday night and Sunday did much damage here Windows were blown In and chimneys toppled over and tbo roof was blown from the Cascade mills Building Uuroofed Fremont O Jan 24 Trees and telegraph poles wero blown down and several buildings unroofed Charged With MUapnroprlatlui Funds Lincoln Neb Jan 24 Professor W ex superintendent at tho A Ebrlght Institute for the Blind at Nebraska City was arrested on a warrant sworn out by Senator Mutz chairman of the Investigating legislative committee charged with misappropriating state funds The amount Involved ia not itated WbUkr Licked Upty Fir Shortly attar Nashville Jan 24 midnight one of the largest ware aouaaa of the old Harriaaaa itortaga distillery near TaHaaoaia waa de Â¬ stroy ad by tra Ntaiiy lNf kanrala of waiaky war also barnad Lot to about 178000 laaarusa Cincinnati Wheat No 2 red 05c Corn ed 20c Oats No 2 mixed 40c Hulk meats Lard 4 G2 J5 CO Hogs 3 0Ofl3 73 Cattle 8heep 42 75y4 C5 No 4 CO 24c 2 2 mix Â¬ Itya Bacon 05 25N Toledo It 1heat 03c Corn 40V4C Clorersif- dA LOCAL IHscnuo A Glliuutlc Affection Nothing but a locil remedy or change of climjte will cure IU Get a well known pharmaceutical rimed 27e Oats 23c Itye 22J4c Was Terrlfle Nothing daunted by his numerous ineffectual efforts to bring up from its burial place In the committee that resolution calling upon Senator Lindsay to resign or do something quite as arbi Â¬ trary Representative Saunders of Union contluueu to let his voice be heard la motions for the reconsideration of the resolution wljlch seems to be his cherW ed dream of Soloudike duty It now seems probable that the gentleman from Union will not see his hope realized or the conservative eloment in the House has sidi trackod tho rather radical demand seemingly for all time Two men who have won for them elveo the soubriquets of Watchdogs of Hotm and 8cRti are KepreuUtlve ImwII of Breckenridge and Senator Jolly tb Irvingtoa gentleman Tkajr are conservative Kipubllcatx aad men who aie cooidetl by their political oppoMUta wonderfully well balanced wmI watoMul of their weplVs interests MipsnUy they have bwa pat forward by party iprerta4iVM in the two bwmetm to 1mJ the debate or daeuaa iwottoM el nuMueut Tuy will both mak mi ggNMv effort to auMnd the pealtantiary bill Mutator BroMton so ttukt then will be m wauy Republican mWBtMN on tb pan eommiarfo m Vmmomt Mf will to CATARRH tfwrkir ruuai j lO1 w BJBJBJBt-- London Jan 24 The executive com- Â¬ mittee of the London engineers has la cued a circular advising the men to ac- Â¬ cept the employers terms nought a Gold llrlck Crawfordsvllle Ind Jan 24 Wil Â¬ son Hunt and Samuel Petro farmers paid 2000 for a gold brick which proves to be brass Dead Grants Urother-Iu-ZCarlisle Pa Jan 24 Tho Rev Dr of Michael J Cramer brother-in-laGeneral U S Grant Is dead here from angina pectoris General w nasnssa 3v3 Â¬ u PI YK w CREAM BALM BSSSWIWIU n HEAD -n Lewis Rayot Sablna O Jan 24 was arrested here Saturday night on a cbarge of sending obscene matter ttesugh the malls Violation of Vottal Law It l nnkUy ubiorbed Gives Hcllef at once Ouent and clesnits Ihe Nstal PsisJges Allays inflaiu ma Ian Heals and Protects the ra mbrane He stores the Senses of Ttttte and smell No cocaine no mercury no Injmiousurup Full tii yyCttlu site i a at Urupputs or by malt cold ELY BUGS 50 Warren Street N Y Aged Neg reM Dead or Msiamle Cynthlona Ky Jan 24 Maria a negress aged 135 years died ia the county infirmary here a few days ago McKenaas Huoeewar Washington Jaa 24 Oovanwr Grigga of Kw JaraajT has baaa aa polaUd attorney gsawal af taa VaitoA J Going to 2p43S9ttS3Q4304l Write Build or Repair ttlr aP a4ka id 8ft Louisville Ky For Price on Lumber Dpors Sash and They BUM Shingles Steel Roofing money wiH ave you J P WUl CO wwJlumi PUP 2E2 I -- Wtirfpi THR BRBLOKBNRIIQm NEWS OLOYRRPORT KY Â¬ Breckenridge News h B T 0 Baggage Edllori and Pnpxlitri 20 1898 WEDNESDAY JANUAKY SIX PAGES Jwonic There lndiibtrloua is always work for the man formed All Klondike parties nre belnj over the country good times and in dull times Tint Sulzers keep everlastingly at it in A paying combination in a good farm and n good man to manage it Vtuk heaviest tax we have to pay In this county is that on bad roads It is reported that Geo W Jolly is after his old place as District Attorney It seems that they are having a little prosperity In tlie good old town of Wolf Creek A cargo of American locomotives was recently chipped from New York to Corea Colorados output of silver lastyeai even at the low price amounted to fH000000 Aciackerjack in the Klondike Is a pan of dirt which washes out anywhere from 50 to 200 in gold Tim Legislature has been in session three weeks and no one has requested the body to quit and go home There is one thing you never see a farmer doirg and that is drinking hot water before breakfast for dyepepsia A ne v crop of Clark county Burley bacco was sold on the Louisville market lost week at 22 50 per hundred pounds to- Â¬ of the Legislature hive duties to attend to prob- Â¬ ably they might finish upon acalel too many session Ir tb9 members scal VCalifornia is celebrating this week tlio fiftieth nnnhersary of the discovery of gold in that state At that time the worlds annual production of gold was SMJOOOOOO it is now 240000000 Mb Jesse Claiikbon sold off his farm near Big Sprint last year over 14 000 worth of cattle hogs and other farm pro di c s Mr Clarkson is not a croaker but a worker and an farmer e Governor Bradley has named the Hon David R Murray of this city as a delegate from the Fourth Congreesional District toj the Commercial Congress which meet at Tampa Florida Ftb 8 Tub Farmers Deposit Bank of Bran- Â¬ denburg made a good showing of business for their first six months Their deposits have increased over 10000 since the first of the monli Â¬ less than 7 cents to carry u bushel of wheat from Chicago to Liver- Â¬ pool a distauce of about 4400 miles This is by the all water route From this city to Louisville it costs about 3 It costs cents American apples to the number of 04000 barrels arrived at Hamburg Ger many in one day last week The Germans are growing more fond of our apples every year and are using more of Â¬ them Farming Is the best business going to- Â¬ day Good farming Intense farming is nliat it takes in this day and time Farmers want to think more study more and get onto the best and most improved methods and success is sure It is said that William Jennings Bryan has made a big sum of money on the lecture platform since his defeat two years ago He will just remain on the platform and tind that it will be a more certain way to fortune than a term at tho White House Congress is opposed to admitting any more of the territories as states Arizona Oklahoma and New Mexico have representatives at Washington pleading for statehood but the Congres- Â¬ sional Committee will report adversely to their admissiou The spotting papers are having run over matter furnistxd effect a big by Mr Jas that he is spiling for a fight with Fiizimmons But Fiiz seems indifferent to all of t ese over- Â¬ tures from his old antagonist and there will be no fight J Corbett to the The Fiscal court at its April term will undertake to fund the debt in the rail Â¬ road districts at a lower rate of in Â¬ terest With the amount of money in the bauds of capatllists they should be glad to get these bonds at 4 per cent They aro a good investment The Asphalt mines which have been worked in this county for sometlmo are to be opened up on a large scale as soon as spring opeDs Major Morris who has charge of the mines is an enterpilalrg man and his company distributes a large amount of money to the laborers in that community One hundred and twenty eix farmers in the vttelalty of Follock La have or puilxsd a stock company and will en fpg 1h wiving neloM cantaloupes and towBTirr tor the early spring and sam Track farmlsg rk Mr Heritor l portfcw rf a tit iaabjjr The black boards out at the college need repairing and a plank walk should be laid from the street back to the building Rev Moore the new young Biptlst He minister is an able speaker preached two very luten sting sermons here last Sunday You folks in tho country ought to Our town our county our banks all come In and help some of these town show a healthy prosperous condition people get religion the old time sort We ought to be the happiest people in Its a good thing to live by the land And wo could he if we would There was four feet of water over the only work in the right direction Make railroad tracks down In the flats below the best of our condition whatever it Glendeane last Monday and tho train may be and work with a view of lmprov H was delayed lor several hours ins it every day Theres room at the ftf Mr and Mrs Kobt McGuflln went to top for every boy every girl uusier last ounuay 10 aiiena mo iunera1 Tub Paper Box Makers mtt in St of their grand father Roland McGuflln Louis last week This industry as little Mr McGuflln was 00 years of age A protracted meeting was begun at the as you think about it represents an in- Â¬ vested capital of over 1000000 in this M E church South la t Monday night country alone and it is still growing A Tho pastor Rev S K Breeding is assist paper box manufactory might be made ed My Revs Robards Klly and Sneed Put oil your think Â¬ JO N DHuy Cloverport was in town to pay in this town Do fast week and qualified as Police Judge You joungstejs ing caps boys any of you know how to make a paper of Cloverport Mr DHuy was elected box by council and will act during tho al Cant you learn V senco of Judge Sklllman The idea of anybody questioning Dave On account of the bad weather Why we had as the meeting in tho interest of Duncans Democracy soon question Dick Nevltls George education which was announced for the Casperkes Thos Hamltons Bill Rhod- Â¬ Court house last Saturday night was es or any other god Democrat in old postponded until next Saturday night No it is the woik of some unMeade Cunningham has appointed the grateful politician whom Dave has ollowing deputies in the county A J offended in mine way by not putting Bennett Sample J B Whitworth Gar- Â¬ Â¬ jomethli g in his paper that said politifield G W Carwile Glendeane J C cian dictated Miller High Plains James Crawford Stephensport The Ccurier Journal bos favored this O Royalty bos been at Gai fleld sever- Â¬ office with a copy of their 1698 almanac al days locating a new road from that It is a useful and handy little book point by the Asphalt mines to Lost Rnn To illustrate A subscriber of ours wrote church Major Morris is preparing to us to know what day of the month Wed Â¬ work the Asphalt mines on a larger nesday before tho second Sunday in scale this year than ever before August 1870 fell on All we had to do Percy Beard has been in Louisville for was to turn to our Courior Jourual alma- the past week where he has had a part nac and there found it without any of his foot amputated Mr Beard has trouble It Is invaluable in any house- suffered seronsly with rheumatism in hold his feet for several years and this was the only way he could get permanent Andrew Olskn of Seattle is the rich- Â¬ relief est man to come from Dawson this year At the last October term of Fiscal He walked down tho gang plank of the Court steps were taken looking to the steamer Corona the other day with 20I funding of the railroad bonded debt of 000 in gold picked up on the Klondike the railroad tax district Tho bonds He went out in 14 and for two years he were contested for some tlni but the says he worked hard and almost starved court neiu ttiem to be gootl Xney now Then came the discovery of the Klon- draw six per cent but the court thinks dike for which he made a rush got they ought to be at a lower rate ot inter- Â¬ there located three claim sold two of est Couuty attorney R N Miller will them for 172000 and holds the other try to have such orders made at the Lucky man Is Mr Olsen April session to fund the bonds O D Payne who made an assignment Hows This lost week has filed the following sche We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward duloofcsiets and liabilities Liabilities for any cose of Catarrh that can iijt be Rosenburg Bros Co Louisville 03 cured by Halls Catarrh Cure 05 Carter Dry Goods Co Louisville F J CHENEY A CO Props Toledo O 284 02 Co I40H0 II Wedekln We the undersigned have known F J Swan Abram Hat Co 10 03 JJ Cheney for the last fifteen years and be- Â¬ Schulten Co 108 35 J A Shultle lieve him perfectly honorable in all bus- wotth 100 Cbas Rosenheim Co iness transactions and financially able to 28 07 OuerbakerGilmore Co 43 30 carry out any obligations made by their Stratton Tirstege 2110 J Zummcs firm ter Co 70 03 Falls City Warehouse West Truax Wholesale Druggist Tole- Â¬ Co 250 N W Fletcher Co 52 -do O Wahling Kinnan Marvin 50 All of Louisville Irvlngton Mill Â¬ Wholesale Druggists Toledo Ohio ing Co 12392 Offensboro Woolen Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internal- Â¬ Mills 20 25 Foley Co St Louis 20 ly acting directly upon the blood and 15 V G Babbage 50 secured by lien mucous surfaces of the system Price on real estate Totil liabilities 170122 75c per bottle Sold by all Druggists Assets Notes and accounts 775 Stock Testimonials free of goods and fixtures 1500 Store housd Tobacco warehouse and and lot 100 lot 200 Household and kitchen furni- Â¬ HARDINSBURG ture 50 Staves on hand 300 Farm of 300 acres 540 Total assets 3405 W TIME TABLE LH Ex Magistrate Georg P Harned of SOINO HIT Custer was in town lost Monday Mr Passenger Dally arr IUrdlnibnrg 727 am Harhed is still hae and hearty at sixty aoixo WIST two but he doesnt havo occasion to visit Passenger Dally arr LUrdlmburglt55 pm Hardinsburg quite as often as lie did in yeais past Mr Harned bears the dis- Â¬ tinction of serving as a member of the Hello Ben EJ Hurdiusburg needs a general shaking Cmnty Court a little longer than any man lu the county except one George up P Duncan of Duncans Valley Mr B F Beard is at Los Angeles Califor Ilarneds service was for twenty six years nia continuously while that of Mr Duncan The public school will close nixt Fri- Â¬ was for thirty six He said that during day Ills term of service the largest number of vfr h Blanche Red returned to Louis Â¬ magistrates that the county had at any ville Monday one time was twenty six The legal Mrs McGhee of Irvlngton is visiting number was twenty four but at one time they made a new district out of a part of here this week Circuit Court begins tho second Mon Â¬ tke Custer district and elected two mag- Â¬ istrates from it which run the number to day in next month twenty six in the county However Mrs Jesse Kincholoe who lives near these two magistrates only held for a this city is quite ill half term and there were still twenty Wm II Bell was here from Clifton four magistrates on the bench until the Mills last Saturday adoption of the new constitution Asked Quarterly meeting next Saurday and what was the most exciting public meas Â¬ Suudpy at the M E chu ch South ure before the court at any one term Circuit Com t is only a short distauce tho Squire said that the contest over building the new court house was about off and you had better got rtudy for it Rev Felix Roberts is here from West the warmest in his recollection View to assist in the protracted meeting Free of Charge to Sufferers Richard May went to Huwesvllle yes Â¬ Cut this out and take It to your drug terday to see if he could get a car of Itist and get n sample bottle free of Dr coal Kings New Discovery for Consumption David Murray Jr of Cloverport hi a Coughs and Colds They do not ask you been here several Jajn visltli g Janus to buy before trying This will show Iogan you the merits of this truly wonderful Miss Alice Baker returned homo last remedy and show you what can be ac Â¬ Friday after a pleasant visit tofrieuds at complished by the regular size bottle Webster This is no experiment and would be The raised list in the county this year dsistrous to the proprietors did they amounted to one hundred andtwothoui not know it would invariably cure and dollars Mauy of the best physicians are now us Â¬ Bate Hernd n of Irvlngton has been ing it in their practice with great reaults in town several days woiking up his k and are relying on it in most severe It is guaranteed Short casts surance business Regular size 60 A B Linder of Corydon Ind has Haynes drug store been hero a few days visiting his sister cents and 100 Mis J W Miller GLENDEANE Miharley Cashman of Oloverport has up his residence hero and is en talen I will pay cash for produce and will gaged in the study of law soil as cheap as any one iu the county J II Brown The Carter Dry Goods Company have ignored the assignment of O D Paynt Again I will open out with a full line and attach d on their debt for 100 of goods at my old stand In Glendeane The Irvlngton Milling Company filed J II Browns a suit last Saturday attacking the asalgu went made by O D Payue ns fraudu Â¬ Mrs M B Ford Ruddells III suf Â¬ lent fered for eight years from dyspepsia and A revival of religion may be had In chronlo coneilpatloa and was finally this town if the people want It It cured by using DeWUts Little Karly dotMt Biat4r what church you prefer VIum Iks hmiu UUU nil La Cat all Um qtM4ia is are you to foraaka stowaeh and liver trablM 4ftart A JUy yoarwteMd smycT The Legislature has not baen so flooded with bill but what they could And time to take a jaunt to Lxlngton aud fill up on a big dinner Governor Brad ley has invited them to go to Newpoit News for anotherouting In March Tin y are always ready for a free ride and a lunch basket BRANDENBURG Mrs Jlmmlo Ditto is spending this week in Louisville Mr and Mrs D M Duncan were in Louisville last week ZMissB tlie Clarkson of Bg Spring is visiting relatives hero I am glad to know my old friend Mre J A McGiheois better Mrs Helmstetter has charge of the Luclle Home for the present No more weddings on tho tapis as for as heard from but CTfTd is sly No hope of currency legislation this setslon of Congriss Let it alone Miss Allie Il il will return this week from a delightful visit to Now Albany No Aid Social at the Home lost Satur Â¬ day night in rispect to Mr and Mre Ilesson Saturday was a fine day to read and realize Stephen Cranes Man in a Storm Theres a new slrl baby at Dr J II Dowdens home and we extend congra- Â¬ tulations Mrs Dr Burch of Paynesvllle his rented property here and will move in the early spring Mr aud Mrs G II Csperko hayo returned from Louisville Mr Casperke Is able to be out Rev C W Hesson Is In Leitchfleld to spend two weeks with his wife who will be there sometime Theres a vast difference between cordiality and familiarity People should learn to distinguish Miss Ella Hendricks attended the dance Friday night and was the guest of Miss Lillian Rhodes I have doffed my hat to tho chatty correspondent and also to Golden Rod congenial spirits A fa Croup IRVINQTON Mies Itee Washington is in Louisville Miss Mangle Carter has returned from QUAKTKKLY REPOKT or THK Breckinridge - Bank cure what many a mother la looking for Bomothing absolutely eafo and reliable that will disarm hor terror of that dread rattling strangling cough bo fearful to tho mother bo fatal to tho child Aycra Cherry Feetoral fa a croup euro that can bo relied on Thousands say bo Stanford Eveloth Dickson writes from Truro N B That terror of mothers tho startling croupy cough nevor alarmed wo bo long as I had a bottlo of Ayes Cherry Poctoral In the Una V7 CLOVERPORT KY Brandenbuig to hor At the Cloteol ButlncM on the jut Day of Mrs Frank Is still confined December 1897 home but is Improvii g Misses Dtubin from New Albany aro RltSOUtlCKS Loam and Dcounu leu loaos to Dlrec- visiting Mrs Fiank Dowell 114604171 orA- Mr Green Bandy has purchased a Loani to una currd Overdraft 547 handsome new piano for his daughter Due from National Iianki f 4oai Due from State Banks and Mrs Cain and dear little Marietta Bankers 1SS8ooS SjaS3o have gono home We miss tho little girl Banking Houie and Lot loooto US Stocks mo R M Jolly made a llylrg trip home Other Ilondt and Bonds 30 gfj 7 Â¬ Specie 11500000 while the Assembly went on to Lexing Currency 778765 ton si56 6 Furniture and Fixtures axooa Miss Helen Pollock from Guston was Debts in Suit 130a 3s visiting Mrs Bramlette one day last - i J week Miss Salllo Henry is home after a pro- Â¬ 7o64i6 house Wo havo used Ayert Chorry rcctoral in our family for years Once when our boy had a sevoro attack of croup we thought that ho would die But we broke up tho attack by uaing Ayera Chorry Pectoral It H COX Flaucheville La Â¬ Agers dberrg Pectoral put up in half fiizo bottles price 50 cents fa at half Â¬ Â¬ Death of Brother Hessons little Eon caused him to cancel his engagements at Garrett and Big Spring Bro Phillip Jenkins was sick Inst Sun- Â¬ day and therefore could not preach here as usual on the fourth Sunday Thats right dear Mr Editor let the currency alone lets quit croaking and work for the dollars and dimes Mrs Clarence Neafus has gno to Junction City with her father Mr Coppngo to make her home with him D W Liwis accompanied Rev Mr Hesson aud wife to Leitchfleld and Vol Wright went to Louisville with them The Farmers Deposit Bank saems to be iu a flourishing condition and the officers most efficient aud accomodating Irvlngton has sent a most substantial box to the Luclle Home Every aiticle was most vauablo and especially need- Â¬ ed Dont forget Hardin Wilders days at Irvlngton They aro prepared to do all kinds of dental work and guarantee atiafactlon Mrs Clarence Neafus and Mrs P G Young were guests of Mr and Mrs J F Woolfolk last week and of Mrs George Frymire on Saturday Mrs Wm M Ditto and Miss Mattie McGehee went to Louisville last week Miss Mattie will spend sometime with her sister Mrs Stuart Peckenpaugh We are looking for that cow at the from that good philanthropic Home farmer whoso babies have all left the home nest or from one who has lots on baud either Mr II O Woodson has bought half interest in the mill here Watch how its whistle will blow and how the steam will puff Everything Mr Woodson touches gets a hustle on it Mr Frank Webb and little Leonard his sin entertained about thirty youag guests to dinner last Sunday A sumptuous collation was spread which with music and topics completed a most en jopablo day And the Rhv T De Witt Talmage has again embarked on the matrimonial sea His third voyage Did you ever read Well his sermon Wedding Ring he bell ves like I do In affinities electric love but he has touched and found too many responsive chords The dance last Friday night given by Mr D S Richardson as usual brought out all the belles and beaux of the town The dancing was spirited the music good the chaperones most agreeable and all vote a card of thanks to Mr Richard Â¬ son of the Arcade Following is tho grand jury for tho present term of court A 0 Pecken- Â¬ paugh foreman Hance Hamilton Rich ard Willett Jr Charles Anderson L J Me teal f Geo W Hinep J O Edmonds R A Hamilton John II Bryant S S Miller W II Mills and S P 1swis Â¬ Â¬ She says was up to dato invariably after a reception or entertainment there always follows in tlie wake something dleagretable that comes from envy and spite Just watch all gossip all tattle and see if it doesnt follow from envy and spite usually people who have always had positions in society are free from it aud it comes from those who havo crept In or feel a little importance from a few dollars and they should know people of prestige cannot be touched by them The wind last Wednesday ngbt was very severe here and it did great damage all along the Ohio river especially at Shanneo town where one end of the whart boat broko I0030 from its moorings swung out in tlie river and was sunk A 8 Moretnon or Bert Moremen son of Mr and Mrs Chas Moremen was on the boat and in jumping ashore severely injured his leg The merchandise on We all regret tho boat was not injured to hear of Bert Moremena accident and slncorely hope he may soon get over the injury Littte Gobln Hesson aga two years and ten months only child of Rev and Mrs O W Hesson died last Wednesday of membranous croup after a short ill- Â¬ ness Gobln was a handsome bright little fellow with a thoughtful earnest disposition and was loving and affection- Â¬ ate He had learned nearly all his let Â¬ ters and knew his little catechism was manly and was a pupil of the Sunday school He was remarkably observing His remains were and diBConcerning taken to Leitcbfl dd via Louisville when Wybrant took a most excellent photo of Gobln In his little dress before he was shrouded for his lost home a beautiful white plush casket with Its pure soft immaculate lining typical of the lily pure soul gino to its God who for so brief a season sent him to earth Bro George Cuudiff pastor at Leitchfleld preached his funeral at the M E church aud all that was mortal of a sweet be- Â¬ loved child was laid to rest in a vault on a sunny slope of the cemetery This was the third chill this young couple have given up the second in less than a year but full Wrll they know the baby boy has been taken in mercy that he Is onlv waiting just beyond and that some day they will hear him lhp again in sweeter accents his baby prayer days Courier Â¬ tracted visit to friends and relatives in Meade county Dont forget prayer meeting next Wed needay night at at the Metuodist chutch 202 65750 If the weather permits Unpaid Dividends No 47 4 per cent de clared this day Mr T J Jolly came over from Bew iuoo Fund to pay Taxes 70U07 leyville to attond quarterly meeting l7i4 16 but the weather altered his plans and he talked to Bob instead State of Kentucky Miss Mary Blandford was rain bound County of Breckenrldge A B Sklllman Cashier of the Breckenridge Saturday upon her return from school at Bank a Bank located and dong business on Wall street In the city of Cloverport Ky In said conn Gleandeane and was a guest at Lyons ty being duly sworn ssjrs that the loiegoing Re port Is In all rtspects a true statement of the condi Hotel until Sunday morning tlon of the said Bank at the close ol business on A trite old saying People who live in the 3nt day of December 1S97 to the best of his knowledge and belief and lurther rays thst the glass houses should never throw stones business of said Bank has been transacted at the Tack this In your hat when disposed to location named and not elsewhere and tht the above report is made In compliance with an of ficial notice received from the Secretary ol State talk about your neighbor to his back designating the3ist day of December 1897 aa the Brother Overton preached two good day on which such report shall be made A II SKILLMAN Cashier sermons Sunday morning and evening W1IBOWMKR Director lT SKILLMAN Director Ho will preach in the Methodist church F N DHUV Director again next Monday night the 3Ut Inst Subscribed and sworn to before me by A B of January the 3d We understand Mr Drake will return Sklllman Cashier CHAS day SKILLMAN1898 V II N Commission expires Jan IGh 1900 to Irvlngton yiclnity We will be glad to have Lulah with us again as we miss her in our church and Sunday school QUARTERLY REPORT --OF THE work Every cloud has its silver lining Our petite postmaster can testify to this from secret experience lost Saturday At the Close of Business Stolen sweets are sweetest you night ON THE 31st DAY OP DECEMBER 1897 know School closed Friday Master Embry RESOURCES Prather was awarded the medal for pro- Â¬ Loans and DItcounts less loans to DI rectors ficiency He certainly deserved it as he Ioans toDlrector officers not included 110863093 3000 co 59S 84 applied himself diligently and we con- Â¬ Overdraftsunsecured Banks Due from National 37158 56 gratulate the young gentleman upon the Bankinir Hou e and Lot 300000 615 46 Other Real Estate honor Other Stocks and Bonds s377500 Currency 1166080 Rev Shulz preached for the Baptists Other Items Carried as Cash 5017 t 00000 Sunday morning and evening Not be- Â¬ Furniture and Fixtures l16V50St6 ing present I am unable to announce an appointment but suppose it will be their next regular day which is second Sun- Â¬ LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid In in cash day 1500000 Undivided Profit 056131 Tho box containing R M Jollys stolen Deposits subject to check on which In- Â¬ terest is not paid 7890338 notes was found under a large wood pile Deposits subject to check on which in tcrest is paid 79043 37 last week everthing undisturbed as far 11895806 as is possible to remember The safe was blown open lost August and thtse notes had been given up as hopelessly State ol Kentucky County of Breckenridge u lost MHBrard Cashier of ths Bank of Hardlrs doing business in the a Little Mary Smith and Elzabetb O burg of Bank located and said county being duly Hardinsburg In town sworn says that the foregoing Report is In all re Jolly two little tots unwisely washed spects a true statement of the condition of said tea dishes in ice cold water and as a re- Â¬ Bank at the close of builness on the 31st day of December 1897 the best ol his knowledge and sult both little lassies have been housed belief and lurllierto ssysthst the business of the said named Bank has been transacted closely and caused mothers some anxiety and not elsewhere and at the location report Is that the above Glad to report both little ones better made in compliance wilh an official notice received designating the 3Ut and hope they have learned to profit by from theSecrttary of State day on which such day re of December 1897 as he be made port shall their experience Â¬ Â¬ LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid In In cash f 4510000 Surplus Fund 10000x0 Ui divided Profits 7901a Due Deprsitors as follows vk Deposits subject to check on which Inereit Is not pjld 107474 40 Time certificates of depoilt on which Intetea Is paid 95183 10 Bank of Hardinsburg Â¬ Â¬ Dont forget if you use Putnam Fade-Â¬ less Dyes you dout have to send for a package lor wool and one for cotton Each package colors all fibers Sold by W E Brown Irvlngton M II BEARD Cashier M KSKKIDGK Director B F BEARD Director 11 M JOLLY Dirctor Subscribed and sworn to before me by M II Beard the 4th day of January 1818 WM AHL J B C C BEWLEYVILLE Fletcher Blanford is on the sick list Hugh Hardaway and E Smith of Guston were in our town Sunday Miss Maggie Paul is teaching Phelps Walker is endeavoring to get up a spring school Fred Hodges has gone off to the who broke her arm recently has nearly recovered The tains descended and the fhods came upon us last Saturday with pris tine vehemencd We never Baw it so be Â¬ Â¬ Commissioners Sale Martin McGlohllns Executor Plaintiff agiinst Martin McGlothllns Htlis c Dtfendants No Â¬ tice of Sae In Equity Bv virtue ot a j idgment and order of sale of the Brecktnridge Circuit Court lenriertd at the Octo Â¬ ber term thereof 187 In the obove styled cause the undersigned will on Between the hours of 10 oclock am nnd4oclock pm at the Court Heme door in llardmsburg llreckeniidge county Kentucky belrg a Clicuit Court day proce d to expose to Public Sale to the h ghest bidJer the following desciibed property vis The Ma tin McQlothlan farm lying In this county between the faims of Mike Lvddan and he widow Richard Herndon abiut three miles west ol Irvlngton on the Webster and Branden burg road and contains 3ta acres Also a tract of 85 acres lying near the T dings farm and Is a part of the If C McGleassen farm Also a tract of 15H acres adj inlng the same Also Lots Nos Wand 20 each fron lng4o feeton Lskf Avenue and run- Â¬ ning back 190 feet to an alliy also Lou Nos 9 10 fronting 40 feet each on Union Avenue and run ning back loo feet also Lot No 16 fronting on Lake Street 40 leet and too feet deep All of sad lots Ming in the town of Irvlngton TEUMS Sale will be mae on a credit of six twelve aid eighteen months The purchaser will be required to give bond with approved security for the payment ot the purchase money to have the force and effect ol a replevin bond bearing legal interest f orn tie day of sae with a Lien reserved is np nsaid property until all the paid V Q Sabbage li i-- w Commiisioiter MONDAY FEB 1498 wars Miss Lucy Claikson Now I lay mi down to e p I pay de Lord my soul to teep If I should di fore I wake ut to take I pay de Lord my fore Mrs G L Neafus lequests me to thank through this medium her many friendpfor kindness and attention shown her son Clarence in his illness and death and most especially Judge J F Wool iolk and son Will Albert Richardson Tom McCansn Currln Sherill and Mr Jaeggie Mostovery life has had some tinge ot romance or has felt with Hawthorne a romance growling in his mind and which often times causes a knot of sor- Â¬ row as it did in that famous writers forehead but the past will not die the thoughts so carefully put to rest that had once been so active and vital will revive again Miss Min on Gosslpera in last Sun- - Are features peculiar to ITooda rtJto 8aall te aire UHetoss efficient thorough As mm maa E asy to Take asy to Operate aaUli taWUkanapUltiUltUaU Mr Kc rroprUtort TM Hoods You ncYr know you rJy a L Hood tafc m Co LmmM Mm wiU Mewti femearula iIS ESmIIj Miss Mary Blanford returned to her home Sunday morning We all are glad A White Mark to have her back again as she is a gener Â¬ Foleys Kidney Cure is a perfectly re- Â¬ al favorite liable preparation for all Kidney and We Methodists have not seen or beard Bladder diseases The proprietors of this of our pastor for sevan weeksbut if he bad Gr at Medicine guaranteo it or the money r iuuded Do they not deserve a stepped in to Sunday School or clats meeting or Lagu Sunday he would A R Fisher Cloverport white mark have seen a determination to persevere R A Shellman Stephensport Gordon AHaynes Patcsvlllo E A Witt Har- aiy how Miss Maude Adkisson with headquar Â¬ dinsburg ters at O D Hardaways will begin to Hon David R Murray Talks of His teach music this week She is a first class teacher and anyone desirous to Washington Trip 1 arn music will do well to patronize her from Lrulsyille Oitpitch Jesse Payne left for Hardinsburg one Hon David R Murray Cloverport day last week to attend school the ensu Ky arrived in this city last night on his ing term way home from Washington where he Mr and Mrs Gilbert Kasey visited has been for some tlmo He registered at tho Willard Hotel Mr Murray said her parents Sunday Mra Ken Watheu Mrs Heron Misses that the principle topic of convesation at the capital at pres nt Is Senator Wol Blanche Jolly Annie Johnson and Flor- Â¬ cotts speech He said that the trip to ence Cain Herbert Cain and Golden Europe resulted as a majority of the peo- Â¬ Red were guests ot Mr and Mrs W J ple expected and it is thought by the Piggott Jan 17lh Together with aa majority of the people that the feature otherwise elegant dinner they were weakens the administrations currency treated to a veritable plum pudding It policy and puts and end to all Interna is rarely that Americana are so fortunate And contln it being theirs to Lear of this piece of tlal blmetallls farces ued Mr Murray It is tho opinion of culinary art in song and story only many in Washington that tin Senators Liberty Enlightening the World aa severe criticism of Secretary Gage and she stands grand ami imposing In New his utmost faith In McKlnleys belief in York harbor towering above all of her bimetalism will ultimately result in a kind must be constrained to hang her rupture between the President and Sen- Â¬ head aa she sees the misery and bean ator Mr Murray said that the Hon the cries of distress of Cuba That the Joe A McRae of Arkansas will bj elect Â¬ United States should have allowed all ed chairman of the Congressional Djmo these seema a dreadful blot oa ber fair cratio committee next Thursday He name said that there were several other candi- Â¬ Golden Rob dates but McRae was a sure wlnnor J A Perkins of Antiquity O was Dr Bells k the btt for thirty years Heedlessly terUi4 by cough and cold remedy ever discovered physicians for the care at ceaenta He for children It la perfectly harmless waa quickly cured by uelng DeWiUa and one dose at bad time stops the cough Witch Haael Salve the Umom healioK all night It U guaranteed to cure croup aelva for pilee and skin dUtesaa Bhort oVUay and wboopinf cough Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Pine-Tar-Ho- Much sympathy to the stricken parents id ANNUAL STATEMENT City of Cloverport FOR 1397 CASH RECEIVED Balance on hand Jan 1 187 From K 1 Iavne Collector From J It Sklllman Police Judge From V N DHuy City Clerk Total Receipts 839 a 8j 1337 JJ 1866 i78 1170440 DISBURSEMENTS Orders Orders Ordrrs Orders Isssedfir PoliceCourtacct 60440 Orders Issued for Interest sect 100000 Orders issued for Insurance acct Old Orders paid 7000 144 Issued for street wo k Issued for salary acct issued for street lamp acct jtiaS 15150 18816 co Total Payments Balance in hand of Treasurer Orders outstanding Amount In Sinking Fund 130994 1154 3 J74 f I5MI 70379 F N DHUV Clerk NOTICE which consists of the Matosar Kwfcs of Mothor blath M tewef rale of Interest is they the bonds w ativw whkh said six per than Court ceet 4HsniHini H I tin Iste40 of to wake aH orders owl J tH act necessary to fund said boBds and far lualag ethers la their stead at a to theasaoum of said Inter lower raic of Inter b Uteralnd at 1st UloM matIond Una ot said Const Fiscal Court Hy oraW of t M M MILLER County Atty Hardatbaic Ky January as 88 Is hereby given that at the next regular term of the Brcckeniidge Fiscal Court to be held at Jlardln buig Ky on the 3th dsy of April iM the said Court contemplate raaklag an order fundi bonded Indebtedness of the K K Txd tlKcikt MaflueiUI District MtrlctanJpartorihe Malral BtltMstU TMr Mow With Csissrl Omrty Oatastrtte ooeuUfatlM faravw feat II C O O furdrttwlassjraf nasi ajwaay THE BRRGKRNRIDQH NHWS BfrECMRIDGE NEWS WEDNESDAY JANUARY 20 18r8 BILL Sf ERETT Writes a Piece For The News ReadersCharacteristic Answer to a Letter The Solomon Goliatli Satrtpson Hoses and Others Had Their Troubles Old Uoys Jtsf THE CAUSE OF POVERTY A few days ago I received the follow- Â¬ ing letter from a young lady In Clover He pas no bills taksa nothii g home but his little red jap and finds his wife and habits crying not for him but for bread and love and clothes and Christ And the next day he has nothing but a Bes headache and God is too good to kill You are a wise girl Bess but you must him never again call me Major Im not run Â¬ And the world is full of Mr Jeerainy ning a ferry boat and besides the ppople krauts I might get in the habit of calling me that And this is the cause of poverty and I wouldnt be able to get an office in W 8 Stkrutt this life nor a pension after the next Persons who are troubled with Indiwar and it might also serve to keep me gestion will b interested in the exper- Â¬ outside of the guy ropes of the heavenly ience of Win H lenn chief clerk in the circus But to thesul j ct In the beginning railway mail service at Des Moines I called you wise because you had sense Iowa who writes It gives me pleasure enough to ask the only man on earth to testify to the merits of Chamberlains who could really answer you correctly Colic Cholera and Diarrhea Remedy Me and Sampson and Moses and Solomon for two years I have suffered from indiÂ¬ and Goliath and Manson Mitchell and gestion aud am subject to frequent severe attacks ofpaln in tho stomach and Henri Watterson and some of the gang I saw last night have tried always to solve bowels One or two doses of this reme- Â¬ this problem but none of them could hut dy never fails to give perfect relief Price 25 and 60 cents for eale by A Solomon who was a sound myself It Fisher Cloverport It A Shellman money man tried to marry his way through the solution but his youngest Stephensport wife broke him by taking innate lessons Of flood Oharactcr and Deluaite and morphine Moses From Case and Comment thought he eaw the clearing in the cattle The following crosi examination of a industry but he didnt understand de- witness in a court in Western North horning and you know he was caught in Carolina is sent us as a actual occur some of the bull rushes Goliath tried it rence in the priz ring but a fellow named District Attorney Now Mr Bllnkins Dave hit him over the eye with a rock you swear before this court and jury and gaye him a severe head ache and ho that you know the defendants reputawent broke buying head ache powders tion in the community in which ho lives Sampson thought he could solve the and that he is generally roputed an up puzzle In the newspaper business but right peaceable law abiding cltzon you know he pulled down the columns Witness Yes Sir and got his form pied Watterson imitat District Attorney Now Mr BlinkinB ed Sampson when he opposed Bryhnand dont you know that Lafe Hugglns has so you see its all left to me and Mansojj never done anything but loaf around Mitchell hut the argils are weeplrig for and drink moonshine whisky aud figit Juanson and well let him pass Witness Yes Sir Now my good Bote there are some District Attorney Aud dout you things we muat all keep in mind as we know that he abuses and beats his wife pass t through this vale of lachrymal terribly distillation and all of them have to do Witness Yes Sir with the cause of povertyalthpugh there District Attorney And dont you is not sufficient space in this county to know that he broke un the Pigeon Itver tell 01 them all cbtnp meeting last winter and whipped xou must learn that wealth cannot the circuit rider V bring love but you must also It aru that Witness Yes Sir wealth cau help love out of a great many District Attorney And dont yoU difficulties know that he kicked his old father down You must nlso remember that one half the steps and out of tho yad and nearly of the world does not know how mnuy killed him Witness Y sSir jKutueo inoio are uuuer mo 1 rince Albert coals of the other half but Is District Attorney Ana dont you always tryii g to find out know that he was convicted iu this vary One time there was a pretty girl and court three yeais ago of malicioutly her ma said to her shooting Deacon Smiths hogs O whistledaugher whlsle Witness Yes Sir And you may have a cow District Attorney And dont you And the girl said know that he was once accused of steal 1 never whistled In my life ing a hors and that the ownor of the And I cant whittle now horse and tho principal wittiest for the And her tna said O whittle daughter whistle prosecution were killed just Mora tho And you may have a man1 trial was to be had Aud the girl said Wltners Ys Sir I never whU le i in my life District Attorney Aud dont you But Ill whittle in can know that his negibona all know thesd The aboye few paragraphs are all the things philosophy I have in stock to day and if Witness Yes Sir you cant understand them 8Bk your ma District Attorney Then how can you Now Beee before I explain the cause sit there and awfarthat this defendants of poverty I de Blre to say that the best reputation is g od in tlie community in way for the general publlo is to send me which ho 11 vex to CoBgrvse Ill make just four prom Witness Why mister a man has to laes which are do a heap wuss things than that to lose Ill draw my salary in advance if his character in our neighborhood possible Ill send no seed The progressiva ladles of Westfiald Ill ImmI the civil service law and Ill Ind issued a Womans Edition of the try fra tkxm the currency so that eviry Weetfleld News bearing date of April 3 body iv ill net new of it 1800 The paper is filled with matters of Now for the poverty business We Interest to women and we notice tho have 301 days l a year deduct 53 Sua-- following from a correspondent which Wya whteh leaves Mr JfteiulBykraatthe the editors printed reaHzng that it working man who is my neighbor 313 treats apon a matter of vital importance ttaj to ad get pM for at II a to Uistr sex The best remedy for tlay twwHt off nine holidays and we roup eehk and bronchitis that I hVt M J daylights to wait for quitting haw to find is Cbainlierlalua time ia my man is sick SO daya sad he Cough Komedy For faintly um it has has kb 374 days ha must give up four no equal I gladly rconmnd It 26 days to attend funeral of relative sod and DO oent bottle for sal by A K IrlMMk and hont V l V nlng to Halter Cloverport K A Shellroan of lbs cUi U ihy ail upon buphsnsport 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ port I know she muet be beautiful and oweet and nice and all that because she calls me Major The note concerned a subject that I ara deeply interested In andhadebe signed the other ruilN to her name I would have wasted a two cent stamp in answering her Individually but as I do not know her I shall answer through the Nkws as many theie are who would like to know Aly Dear Mr Major I see by tlie press that you are a candidate for Congress in one of the Kentucky districts which one I do not know but am really glad it is not the Fourth Men who are of Congressional proportions are suppos- Â¬ ed to know many things but it seems that their constituents are always disap pointed I know that my papa always is because he was turned out of church for cussing one of our Congressmen because all that member did in two terms was to send ray papa a nicefat package of canta- Â¬ loupe seed And when they grew ripo my mama didnt have room in our house for the nice little ioog necked gourds that came from those seed Now no other Congressman cantaloupe with papa and none of them wont with me 80 what I want you to tell me Mr Major is this What is the cause of povertj I have heard you have practiced it long enough Yours tiuly to know all about it Â¬ the boxrs of his onemlcproaklnjt adozn days oir which leaves him 2021 days These few days seem brief enough Indeed to the industrious folk like myself who Imitate the beo and the beaver and who are williijtlo work on forever like the brook and hop yeast but Btlll yet more goldbn rajs must come off the dial of time Tlie man for whom Mr Jeemlny kraut Is working g ts overstocked or falls sck or his machinery breaks down or his nlfn goes off on a visit or his hou3e burns down or up according to the in- Â¬ surance and ho closes down for OJdays which of course leaves the poor man hut days But this is not all his 200 emplo er beats him out o 27 days pay which Is enough to keop Jeeminykraut from j unit k the church and doing sev Â¬ eral other little thitgi he ought to do We find him now with only 171 days left Then he spends ten days in going to political meeting when he already knows how he is going to vot and he Next his wfe goes has lGMj tlayn fgalnat the peddler the picture frame man or some confidence game and buys some of the jlm Jam or dam dim orna monts that nobody knows what they are used for Mr Jeeminykraut may have no wife but somebodys wife will do the same thing for Jeemlny and this feature of the drama sets him back to about 100 da s And tho story Poor Jeeminykraut is not quite told He spends 45 days looking for work He looks so patiently that his eyes hurt and then Jeeminykraut spends litre days In looking for a pair of glass s to protect IiIb eycsand the poor devil then has only the 50 days coming to him But he collects what is duo and on the last Saturday night of the last week of the year he goes up town gleefully jng Itng hlsfiOsimoleonsin one pocket and his quarter for his one fourth days work In another pocket He is going to spend that quarter for three drinks and pay his debts and take lots of nice things home for wife and babies I Jeeminykrauts mind is thoroughly made up to do that but Jeeminy has no mind He gits his three drinks and three more and then thirty aud present- Â¬ ly he Is happy aud knows where he can find plenty of money to morrow and all 1 OIUOVBJFUPOIlr KY wwwwofww j c BUSH I ft 1 TWO VIEWS OF BRYAN William J Bryan To day tVaih1njton Tot I A fM - t D D S Henderson Route Ind LonisTille 4 Office on 6th Slreel Cannelton Dentistry in all its Branches practiced aud all operations performed In the most skillful manner at prices to suit the times Crown and Bridge Work a ppprlalty Teeth extracted Positively without Pain Mfiat Complete Hi3iron I No St Louis I No Co Time Card In Effect June 20 97 East Hound Lv St Louis 41 No 4 40 thatl The attempts on tho part of the gold organs to dismiss Hon William J Bryan a dead Issue and as a bark number to relegate him to the Umbo of Insignifi cant and forgotten derollct do not strike us as being particularly happy Wheth er they havo been Inspired by honest ignorance of publlo sentiment through- Â¬ out the country or aro mere demonstra- Â¬ tions of malice and deceit we do not un- Â¬ dertake to say Perhaps we should ac cept both explanations with a geographi- Â¬ cal division attributing the ignorance to the East and the deceitful purpose to the West No nowspapers in the United States have a poorer understanding of popular opinion than the great metro- Â¬ politan dallies because none are so cock sure of their own omniscience and of the overshadowing importance of the community they represent To Bud the true provincial the hopelessly narrow one must go to New view of thing York Compared with that big bump- Â¬ tious and complacent aggrtgttlon of prii8 Hogeye Texas Is a veritable We can easily believe that cosmopolls New Yorkers speak in perfect candor when they say that Mr Bryan is a closed Incident for they regard their own ver- Â¬ dict on a national Issue as beyond ap peal But neither conceit or misrepresenta- Â¬ tion will ayail to dispose of Mr Bryan Every intelligent and comprehensive observer of public events knows that he is stronger with the party to day than he was a year ago that he has lost none of the marvelous personal influence which he exerted during the campaign of 1890 that the principles for which ho stands are as ardently espoused by the Democratic masses as they were when Bryan proclaimed them with the fire of his enthusiasm and the witchery of his eloquence No one need be deceived by the circumstances of the recent campaign in New York city The fact that Tammany ignored the Chicago platform is of no significance We may admit that for tho immediate purposes of that particular struggle and in order to re- Â¬ cover control of municipal affairs to rescue Greater New York in fact from the dispensation of an impudent and hypocritical tyranny the Democratic massts consented to the Croker Whitnoy program But that proves nothing In Â¬ deed wo may say that even if it in- Â¬ volved the permanent rejection of Mr Bryau and the Chicago declaration by the New York organzition which it does not tho fact would be of minor const quence The Democrats of the na- Â¬ tion are not under New York control The millions who voted for Mr Bryan in 1800 do not look in that direction for guidance and leadership They would not be moved one hairs breadth from their purpose if New York was to threat- Â¬ They en them with absolute secession lost New York in 1890 They can afford to lose iu 1000 They have no calcula- Â¬ tion based upon New York as an Indie penstble factor in their scheme They know that Mr Bryan and the Chicago platform brought out more votes year be- Â¬ fore last thau any Democratic candidate ever received before nearly a million more than Mr Cleveland bad in 1802 and they are content with that record and tho brilliant prospects it opens to them in the future Let no one imagine that Mr Bryan is a dead issue If a Democratic conven- Â¬ tion wore to assemble to day he would be without aserious competitor Unless all political conditions be revolutionized mi anwhile he will be even stronger two j ears hence Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ They had rendered the country memora ble service in war and their admiring fellow couutomen of their own political faith thought that this service nas worthy of the highest political honors in the peoplos gift Hut no such claim nn this has over been mnilo by anybody for Bryanor could be made by anybody He has rendered no service to the country or to his party meriting any special recognition Iu his brief period in the House of HepresentatLvts ho evinced no marked ability Many men on his side had a far belter knowledge of the questions which were before Congress in the short tlmo in which he was iu it Many of them were better debaters and had to a much greater degree than he tlie confidence of their party Uutil the tricky speech which captured tiie convention of 1800 nobody ever thoughtof him in connection with the presidential nomination The other presidential candidates who at tho outset lacked knowledge of their countrys politics were protected by that law of Lesalngs which demands that great men be judged by other standards than those set up for ordinary personpbut ob viouBly this principle can not he Invoked to cover Bryans shortcomings Â¬ Â¬ Henderson bpottsrille Owentboro Krsnullle 7 IS Afiam 7Mm 3 20pm 2 48 37 Ilentnl Itonm III Southern Imtlnmi YOU SHOULD Sound Lungs i EMPLOY lunga vae kept sound and weak Cloverport Stephensport Irvington I lira n den hurt ArrLouisville West Hound llawesvlle 1007 10 4 7S8 818 9 17 945 34 40 B03 i 1112 622 6 It 6 21 Mpnl 2 45 on 310 328 400 460 610 S2S 667 117 123Fpm 74S 4 730 No 43 8 23pm 9 62 1021 J6 1068 1148 10 12 12 No 4l No 861 9 IS 011 7 30am 4 are maue strong oy Pink-Tar-Hon- a scientific remedy of the most wonderful efficacy iu all lung nflcctlon9 A earnen I hiul a long pll of fever ae dr ukus that ppltlwl In my lunK anil caus0 n Mjr physlclana thought I rere cnUKh would nut recover but Ha 1M rm IIosky atomird the rough at once Tar noon realorwl me to health and UKO A ALLEN Clear Spring Ky None but the County Survejor to do vnnr work lie Is the autnotfstd Surveyor ol the Cnuntv Is an expe lrnced workman and knows his buslnrss He It alio Notary Tublic writes Deeds and takts Acknowledgement Charges always Reasonable A 1 tread Lr Ioulsvllle Ilrsndenburj 11 Irtlngton Stephensport Ilawesvllle Owentboro Spotlavlile ilenderson 60pm rloyerpott 9 61 6 43 7 20 6W 9 32 IMS 12 1 9 ft 1135 1217pm 9 47 40 IS 1010 10 40 739 814 2Jam 6 CHINTZ ROYALTY COUNTY SURVEYOR HARDINSBUROKY Arrbt Louis EvansTllIe 732 115 720 DR PBNE-TAR-HONE- BELLS Y J wub3iaauiX H Hunsche A 1 trains run through Solid to Kvanlvllle Through parlor cars and Pullman sleepers on all trains netween bt Lnulf Kvantvllle and Louis ville Numbers it and 42 connect at Inrlneton for Fordsville and llardinsburg dally except bunday HC MORDUEA G I A Louisville Ky Â¬ i -- is a ccrumi nijcciuu iui The TAILOR fdfk I B S O S W RY t COIUS urn whooping cough nnd croup At all V will II n lollie Trlco Sic druMlnlaoraentiiHon recvl tof price by sorctnroii oroncniiia fo0fr03O3400fr HAYNES Sold by SHORT t K fMtirrU4 H4M TIJEl TABJliB Will be in Clover- Â¬ Trains leave Louisville an follows O port on the 2d and 4th B East St W 11AILWAY Clnclnuall and ih and the West No la No No Loulsvlla Friday of every month Lr Cincinnati Ar 6ojpm 643am Louis 16 1 8 a 35am with A Cure for Lame Back My daughter when recovering from an attack of fever was a great sufferer Louisville Ky Jan 20 1893 from pain in tho back and hips writes Shipper ahonld mark all paokagei plainly Louden Grover of Sardis Ky After using quiet a number of remedies with- Â¬ with ihlppari nam and poit oQei addreii out any benefit she tried one bottle of BUTTER Chamberlains Pain Balm and it has 1 14 Choice oonntry given entire relief Chamberlains Pain Medium 0 0 10 18 Balm is also a certain cure for rheuma- Â¬ Creamery tism Sold by A It Fisher Cloverport EQOS 18 Freih R A Shellman Stephensport The Application of Mnnnrea FEATHERS Prime white goose careÂ¬ Casper May Co IND CANNELTON GREGORY Wharfmaslers CLOVERPORT Local Agents CO KENTUCKY Steamboat Agents 11 13am Ar Columbus it ojpm 8 13pm Ar Pittsburg 715am Ar Washington 650 am 11 soam Ar Baltimore 1 2opm 7 30am Ar Philadelphia 10 15am 340 pm Ar New York is 3onn SSSpm Ar Ilotton 3 oopm 903pm Nraln No 16 has eletrant Pullman Iluflt Parlor Car to Cincinnati and Drawing room blreper and dining cars Cincinnati to Washington Italtlinore Philadelphia and New York without change Tran No i3 has elrgant IuUman Parlor Car to Cincinnati and Pullman Drawinirroom and dining cars Cincinnati to New York without change Train No ao has sleepers to Cincinnati open at 9 oclock to receive passengers 13am 1153am 335pm 8 2 45Pm St Louis Springfield and the Wett Ar Springfield 8 40pm 9 33am North Vernon accomodation leaves al 7 15 a m dally Chartestown 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 Louis Ar bt Louis Lv Louisville No so 935am Is 3onn No 16 813am 640pm 8aopm 711am No 44 tho earth Tho nearer tho surface tho moro eflectivo tho manure This ex- Â¬ plains Medians Monthly arises from tho fact that tho feeding roots of a plant aro nearly always at tho surface Manure has to bo acted upon by tho gases of tho atmosphere before tho plant can dovelop any benefit from it and tho roots seem to understand this nnd como near tho surfaco where tho nt mosphcrio air can oporato on tho food thoy havo to collect Whilo this is an abstract principlo tho best system of applying manure is by top dressing There is tho counter troublo of evaporation and somo of tho most desirable gases aro lost by tho top dressing system On tho wholo therefore it hns been found that tho most judicious method of applying manure is to spread it on tho surface and then rako it in Â¬ fully mado tho results lmvo been to show that tho valuo of nianuro to a plant is in rovorso proportion to tho depth at which it has been placed in Whcrover experiments havo been Mixed Old No 1 look POULTRY 34 20 2 00 Homestead Fertilizer Company and Standard Dealers In Oil Company TRAINS AKKIVE From East From West 7 it a m is 15 p m 6 40 p m City Ticket office southeast corner Fourth and Main meets Depot Seventh and river For detail Information regarding rates time on connecting lines sleeping parlor dining cars etc address It S I1HOWN District Pass Ticket Agent 11 O S W Uy 4th and Main Louisville Ky or J M CHESSHROUGH General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio GH Iteni ter lb Spring Chicken Ducks per lb Geoie per dot 3 per t C 6 9 0 Doors Sash Blinds Yellow Pine Floor is S3 am 3 so a m 7 S3 am is 15 noon 6 40 p m l 00 POTATOES 1 Irish per barrel new New La Sweet potatoes per bu From store 2 to 5 ots htghir Nary Beans per bushel ROOTS Ginseng Senlca Snake 752 00 00 oO ing and Ceiling Weather Boarding Shingles Salt Lime Cement Laths Plaster Plastering Hair Plow Handles Bricks Etc Estimates Furnished for Buildings and Building Material 2 55Q2 40 21 General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio WARFKL Assistant Pink Yellow Wild Ginger IS 2 5 0 Lady Slipper May Apple Blood 2K i BANK or Louisville HenderonSSt Louis RyCo W FIELD SEEDS 140 3 tO 2 50 45 1 20 TIME SCHEDULE Taklne Effect A 2f nsro 4 Timothy per kushel Clover per bushel Crimson Clover per bushel Red Top pea bushel Orohard Grass per bushel bushel Blue Grass fancy Blue Grass extra per bushel Onion Bets Yellow per bushel At 630 aclck 41 Snndaj Test Bound TVains Uaj 30 Sail Bound 41 1697 Train pr HAEDIJTSBURG C F BEARD President WILL MILLER Vice President II BEARD Caihier 43 85 0 01 0 00 Exprs Kxprs Dally 4C0pm 6 03 Mall STATIONS Kxpri Expr Dally 12 35pm 12 20 11 f 0am 11 45 Mall Dally 7 30am 7 43 8 18 Mrs Mary Bird Harrisbuig Pa says My child Is worth millions to me yet I would have lost her by croup had I not Invested twenty live cents in a bot- Â¬ tle of Ono Minute Cough Cure It cures coughs colds and all throat aud lung troubles Short Haynes Complimentary Brown Ah Smith let 1110 iiitroduco you to Mr Cnyley Uott Im buro youve read his famous books White niDKS Green good Dry Salt good Dry flint good Sheep skins WOOL 13 13 IvUnn 134 14 50 VJi 637 6 40 6 48 6 53 81 82 8 Tub washed Grease fine Burry Blaok MISCELLANEOUS 15 11 It i Q W BEARD MORRIS ESKRIDOE i I R M JOLLY 1 - -- Director 600 609 618 626 661 659 712 8 35 82 8 51 915 59 9 07 9 23 9 31 9 32 9 43 West Point Howard Willowdale Hock Haven lABg Branch Brandenburg Hkron Guston rvlnKton ptar Kentucky St Dally 7 45im 7 33 6 65 93 7 07 Burry and Cuts Tallow Beeswax Sorghum Molasse FLOUR 10 lit 3K 23J 01 INTERFST PAIO ON TIME 0EP0SITS 7 20 7 24 At tiie aw Office of 727 7 39 7 43 7 64 8 01 961 966 959 1011 1014 1025 1035 1043 10 49 1068 1105 1114 1125 Webster Lndlburg Pierce Sample Stephensport Addison Holt Cloverport Shops SXIllman 1135 1128 1121 1112 1102 1063 1045 1037 1021 10 20 1015 1007 1002 9 45 9 40 9 27 661 634 626 618 610 650 6 45 6 49 6 03 5 42 54 6 30 5 22 6 03 6 00 4 49 4 40 4 33 969 618 615 Smith Im afraid I havent had the pleasure Brown Oh of courso you have my dear fellow but youvo forgotten thats it Pouch nigh grade patent Straight Patent Low Grades COKN No 3 Mixed at store No 3 Whit OATS No 2 Whit No 3 No Mixed Oat No 3 No 2 long Berry No 2 Red No 3 No 2 Western ONIONS Per barrel BACON Shoulders Clear rib sides Clear side Lard In tierces 2 6 15 5 vO V G BABBAGE IN IIARDINSBURO 4 60 29 You Can Get Mrs Stark Pleasant Itidge O says Afur two doctors gave up my boy to die I saved him from croup by using One Minute Cough Cure It is the quickest and most certain remedy for coughs colds and all throat aud lung troubles Short fe Haynes Ileginnliic Korly 29 27 6 5 16 95 95 Vi J A Deed Mortgage or any writ Â¬ - WIIKAT Bryans Ignorance From the St Louis RepubltcJ RYE 51 ten instrument drawn Bent buy or sell a piece of land Collections mado and remit ances prompt Copying done on the Call graph tho best type writer in the world Hawesville 812 Petrie 818 Falcon 827 Lcwlsport 8 33 Waltman 8 42 Powers 863 Pates 11 5am 9 05 Owentboro 1146pm 916 Mattlngly 9 21 1151 Grimth 1165 925 Stanley 9 32 1202 Worthlnjrton Reads 99 1209 Spottsvllle 9 47pm 12 17 flatten 954iir 1224 1010pm 1240tm - W- - 917 909 9 03 864 8 47 8 38 8 27 4S8 419 413 4 818 758 33 3 44 3 3 3 3 01 8 07 8 02 7 52 7 45 7 38 7 31 T 15 S3 29 26 20 313 3 07 n 301 7 46pn babl Bryans speeches In Mexico according to some of that countrys papers show that he knows very little about Mexicos history or politics This discovery does not surprise anyLoly on this side of tlie Bio Grande Bryans speeches In this country show that he knows very little about the history or politics of the Unitod States He lived lu Mexico only a few weekswhile he has resided in the United Slates not fir from forty years In the ignorance which they display Bryans npetclies are uulque He made over GOO speeches in the canvass of 1800 or more than all the other presidential candidates combined of all the great parties from Washington to McrCiuley yet In none of tht m la there the faintest glimmer of an intimation that lie had any grasp on the issues o tho day A friendly reviewer in an English newspaper last year called Bryans book which contains many of Its speeches one of the baldest works ever published in any country Every Â¬ body who has glanced over it will call this a mild judgment The United States baa had several presidential candfdates who were consid- Â¬ ered a little shaky by some people on questions of history and politlta When Andrew Jackson was first mentioned in connection with the presidency a howl 0 d trlslou went up la New England at the thought of putting such aa Illiterate man in the chair once occupied by Washing tin Adams and Jttferso yet Jackson had served In each branch of Congress Taylor was called aa igaoraat frontier Colonel and other thing Mill mora strongly r fl tcHa or hts political It now- Ailna lliviia AnaWM ah am caslons whe he was the Whig candidate iu 1852 amused his sBswlea a ad grievid his friends The fact that Grant had never evinced arty later s In polltlcsaBd had suld OHi even voted was Used y the Democrats against him ia the canvass of 160 Everybody remembers the laughter wlilch some of Hancocks naive observa Â¬ tions called out from the K puhllcans In 1 Bridegroom Where shall wo go dearest Niagara falls or Washington Bride Wo might go to both places and seo which wo liku best Broohlyu Life Striking Kxfttnple Lovo mo littlo lovo mo long 250 J 5 6 5 0 - VidVi Â¬ Ijrjnjra Trade Marks Desiqns COPYRIQHTS C Anyone sending a sketch and description may quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an lurentlon Is probably patentable Communica- Â¬ tions strictly conOdentlaL Handbook on Iatents sent fre e Oldest aiency or securing patents Patents taken throuuh Jlunn A Co reoelro tpciat notice without charge tn the 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE Trains Nos 41 and 4s make connection at lr vlnfrton daily 1 xcepl Sunday with trains to aid from Hardin burg and Fordsville llranch Only line running Parlor Cars between Louis ville Owentboro and Henderson Only direct line to the North and East For furthtr Information call on or address Agents nr HC MORDUE A G P A Louisville Kv L II St L TIME TABLE No 10 h fordsville Branch MAY 30 18U7 East Uound Train exSun txSur No 2 No SoOsm 8 0J 7 42 7 17 Chinese cannot be tolegraphed Fig ures havo to bo used corresponding to cortain words Only one eighth of tho words in tho language aro in this code Ferliapa lie Titlka In Ilia Sleep but this has bceu found sufficient for StocksWhy are you advertising for practical purposes a typewriter named Surah Bonds Thats my wifes name New York Journal Â¬ mused Miss Quickstop Howwoll that expresses my nffoctiou for my dachs Chicago Tribuuo hund TAKING EFFECT West Hound Trains Dally Daily ex bun ex Sun STATIONS N06 No 1 lOMam Lv Irvinvtoo Ar 1125 Garfield 1147 1165 Dally I Dally Scientific American Tamest cir Â¬ culation of any sclentiflo Journal Terms ti f yeart rnur monins u boiu uyaii newsaeaiers A handsomely Illustrated weekly MOTHERS Say few children escape that most annoy- I nubut mot common chlrthocxl com- plaint caused by deranged kldneyi and weak urinary organ 1 In jj years asles uuta otugit acJuib u n mtiuicul Buchu to cure this bad habit Winter- smiths Buchu not only stops present but checxscertainfuturemtscry and pain U years success guarantees its value All druggists and merchants sell it Arthur MUNN CO BU KIDNEYS RHEUMATISM llranch Offioe OS V Washington I Harned Junction Hardlntburg 12 10m Junction 12 25 Kirk 1235 Jolly 12 65 Ulendeane Dempster 15 r PaHsftoughlv 120 1141 2 05 7o7 7 27 7 02 6 660 SO A Great Work Sufferer Could do no Other Kidney Modl- clno Failed IWINTERSMITH j nevcrtt lleudnchcs Nervousness Heuslek ness or xlinitlniif Wir not It all by imiaiA VH iiJinaiAv cure that nerrounnvM and J2K llslp that headaihe Milvriroi DO YOU a trtpl you suffer from TRAVEL Areyoufolnsr to take Do 155 15 Dempster 215 2 30 8 Rockvale Ruth Askina Oaks Mitchell 5 6 5 5 620 606 44 38 0 25 510 800am Comfort 5im AeWnrdtiilleLv seaslekneis by the u or this Inhaler the ana prercntstlve known Wonderru r In liar revtr and Asthma MrllSJY lUHlI ns MAVM lNHAIittaland you will always by it II If caat lH PnistlU M4trlU SO J rr IUS a frM Mil iu It iratit i Safety BUCHU nMAWtYYwrwis Hamust N Y- - July 01888 M FxxinFredonla N Y your uettlth Vourhnpiilnevs Is sirvnutb Keep the llcud unit Throat clear and beullbr ant tour mind and brntn lnlvavttirctnhileae cutmuAvu to mankind In all bead troubles irritat roller lUKEa COIMH HOKE T1IKOAT CA Â¬ nwltil odor ofCutiirrh dis TAKHH Its appears by Wonderful In Unr MTsrand Atlnma hraUY OMIY UUHHMANM I If in l II l Unnlili he II II trM IS Mali K lik IVSHMU WtlU SO I1IHUJIS I1U l a A retcrCoLoulsvIlleKyOenlAgeuts CUIMU1S tl UlltU CO VIHUXKS anjt 111 Louisville H anil Evansville Between YOUR FORTUNE four MiTnot ivnYiiuiitti It ibt iu Kll A 11 Nmrvoua IJmiKail log Ua ory ImpoUacr HleeplMD6M to- - eaaMtl W iu auom or oiuer uomm ana jnair- creuoQt ihu quuaiu an urtu rMtora Lot Vital U U old or 7 wins J ntamaaforitudir baaloM or marrU framit Insanity and ODnaumutoa If n la timi Thalrnaut ahrtwa tntmaaltftra Imnma- max and affaota a OUUE nbara all olhar fail In Ut upon haftna h fnulna An TahMi Thar hsfacurad thousand and wlllourayoa Uaalraapoa It lt written Boaranta to affact a euro n aachcaaaor rafund tha monay Prlo1Eft PTC WIWlMf or sis puss for KS in plain wraniT trull tnaimentl prtee SJLUJ By unna racliit of Circular free AJAX KKMEUY CO MADE TABLETS POSITIVELY CURE ME A MAN AJAX - Packet Line rasi Man itne Louisville and Evansville STEAMERS E G KAGON F M Ryan Master W A Bishop Purser aai nlS TAKASCON D L Penny Master L T Conner Poreer TELL CITY R H Ballard Matter W B Nevbell Parser Dally eioept Btafiij btre LobUtIIU anil Hew Amstsfdata Freight shipped by thU Use delivered qalok er than by rail TraveUra wll tad lh ttsaaers are atau aM4 In oulfMBaal Mi HeoMHHitsttm tdHMry in aaIof4 M aha ajwl The he BtMH Is m1 to that of ih ket botelf i Dr M Dear Sir I bad been ilclc about 8 months with a complication of allmenU chief among which was Kidney complaint Had lame hack pain and aoreneu across my kidney Had beea confined to my bod much of the Mate sad had been able to do no work I had taken i bottle of another kidney cure highly recommended but It did no food Finally I procured a bottle of your Kidney and Backache Cure and coat HMCtd taking- It I Icamedlately began to Improve A mo om bottle completed Uie euro aaa sow I am m well aa aver Tetter Sali IUiCum and Eczema The intense itching and smarting inci Â¬ dent to these diseases is instantly allayed by applying ChnmhorluhxB live nnd Many vory bud enses Skin Ointment havo been permanently cured by it It id equally eScient for itching piles nnd a favorite remedy for sore nipples chapped katula chilblains frost oltes and chronic sore eyes S3 eta per box Ihr 04ft CeodltloH Tenders are just what a horw needs when in bad PD STAGGS OHARLES Meat O MARTIN Csa woo All tltatt sralttMt bmo howeysr had uadyins glory la another flaJd PraeKripiion Pharmacist W akow Fyt blood purifier and yenntfage Thar am not food hut medicine and the Mat in uaa to put a Prioa 98 bora lu prime ooortiti condition Tonic bt aKt UmUflU l FIMMT w -- ir m in 4 Arum VWHITI A CletWWt pwittOHf v OV WoLuin T P Fk -- CTUJ I VP wHymiaiirw Tj itfuuwtny VM BRKlOKmKHIDQBl Commercial NHVW OLiOVElHFORT KY Breckenridge WJDNK8DAY News 18P8 Jt ft r i i WABiucaTOX Jan 20 1898 The proposition of the Monetary Commission that the banking circulation of the country be based on commercial assets und r proper safe guards instead of on United States bonds lias caused some inquiry as to just what is meant by Commer- Â¬ cial Astets The business or commer Â¬ CURE CONSTIPATION cial asseta of a bank consist of its com- Â¬ Pepper And Salt Thrown in lo mercial paper coming due at various 10 ALL aVTJiUlBl LIJJM Season the Reading People times and Include all forms of indebted Â¬ I 25 SO DRUGGISTS M ness due to the bank and represent busi Â¬ ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED You Meet Every Day Yarns When It comes to spinning ness transactions bet wen merchants pi ina nooiitt rre ai ktmimmi iirJiMU ui t nicsgo H0Mrti tinornitr ion tltt yarns we will put Dr JamisT Oven a and consist of notes due within a short plijslclan of this townngalnst term prominent has of It Is the item of loans and discounts Odds And Ends Canght by Our Flash oao a likewise gift The doctor traveled extensively and Is a close which constitutes tho backbone cf the Light Kodak obsorvtr He has hunted bear in his commercial assets of a bank The other WITH younger days and it is amusing to listen items aro mostly recoverable in cash pn to him expound some of his stories demand and cash actually on hand CO Ho enjoys listening to a good joke but How aro these resources available for FANCIES AND FACTS iNCORfORATID at tho sametime has one in mind just a the protection of note issues 313 310 Chapel Street net Main and Market and 210220 Tenth Street litte better than the previous one toh Substantially all the asseta of national LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Â¬ bankB and are quick asseta except build Nkwcluh In the social functions of ings aud fixtures The loans and ds Cannot account for Some six years ago the people of Hancock county were this city an organization has been per- Â¬ counts Include the advances made in Four Months Storage Free Independent Warehouse all in wonder over a Strang and peculiar fected consisting of young ladles and currency bank notes or banking credits pebble coming from the clouds Scien gentlemen This organlzitlon baa de- Â¬ which are represented by the notes given Mark your hogsheads BUCKNR TOBACCO WARHOUSE tist from the prominent cities visited veloped into what is known as tho Gui- by the borrowers These notes in most that section of the elate who failed to tar and Mandolin Club They meet one cases are baed upon actual transaction or two nlghta out of each week at the in merchandise Where tho loans are aual ze the unaccountable mystery This same incident occurred two different homes of the members It is not based upon transactions in merchan- Â¬ Enoch Friel a farmer said most of them aro amateurs but with dise they aro based upon the credit and weeks ago residing near lianesville was delivering perseverance and a good deal of practice property of both the maker of the note tobacco to the American Tobacco Com Â¬ they will be hard to equal in tho state and the endorser so that if one proves Of pany in this city He presented to C This is an excellent idea as Cloverport incapable of meeting the obligation at V Duncan who is connected with the is deprived of an opera house or amuse Â¬ maturity recourse is had to the other company a rare species resembling a ments of any natute to atteud It affords How much strength does this system V small olive from California or a special the members and friends a novel and give to the bank notes Issued under A few handy little blank books exceedingly delightful way of passing off many such a system 7 variety of plums It is cose very little and are worth small elongated in shape very soft and a pleasant and entertaining evening The bank has maturing daily a certain a good deal for reference and ECB Friel was asked if any in color green proportion of the notes it has discounted one had tasted this odd looking variety satisfaction Often they will A bank which needs to increase its cash true of olive plum or whatever you might Yes tis save you many times their reserve has only to diminish its new Foleys Honey and Tar term it He had and said it was quite cost We have them in all Is the best Cough Medicine loans from day to day and husband the bitter Mr Duncan treasures this as cash received from those which mature A R Fisher Cloverport R A Shell shapes and very low prices somethirg of a curiosity which no doubt man Stephensport Gordon Haynes When a bank note circuation is based Patesvllle E A Witt Hardlnsburg baa a history attached to it Memorandum Books Cash upon Commercial Assets the fact im- Â¬ Books Diaries Counter plies that the whole resources of the Pacts About Alaska Hiait water mark Speaking of floods bank are behind the circulating notes Books Day Books Ledgers how many people are there who know the It has the largest river in the word for their ultimate redemption In case We have in stock blank books We have the date of Col Noahs Hood It is larger than La Plata of a failure tho whole property of the very of every description Bible for information and no hope for It is larger than the Danube bank is pledged for the redemption of many reasons that all of our readers will is larger than the Orinoco low prices We keep on hand It the notes Notes may be issued by the refer to that good Book and get informa- Â¬ It has a coast of 20000 miles all the latest and most popu bank to the extent of 80 per cent of its tion just as no did On the seventeenth It has the greatest seal fisheries capital stock and notes issued in excess lar Periodicals and Magazines day of the second month the tbod of the It has the greatest salmon fisheries of 80 percent is subject to a tax of 0 per The ark attained its highest mark Alkaskais two and one half times as cent and this extra circulation would be strange part of this story is that the Ohio large as Texas issued only in times of acute crises and river floods of 1883 4 got their highest It is eight times ai large as all New great demand for currency The usual on the same days and about the same England loans and discounts alone would be four hour the seventeenth day of February It is as large as the South excluding times the value of the circulating notes What is the significance Texas Is the plan of tho Monetary Commis- Â¬ It is as large as all the States east of sion an entirely safe one from the stand M W Mitciiux Of the Mitchell the Mississippi and north of the Ohio point of the note holder Hotel is the happy possessor of an un- including Virginia and West Virginia In dealing with the question of circu- Â¬ happy dog which by its peculiarities It makis San Francisco east of the lation alone the essential question is There Was No Escape c eatly amuses the guests a number of center of our country when we include whether the assets are sufficient under I tWfm a l Mrs Hoon looking up from hor read Â¬ time each day Mr Mitchell is a genius it the plan of the Monetary Commission ing Hero is an item in Tho Bazoo and it is a great wonder that he does not It lias the highest mountains In North That plan makes the notes a first lien which says thitt thoro aro no loss than claim to have trained the sildcanine America eight hexadactylons in tho county Do upon the assets so that they must 1 e but he does not Every time the bell you supposo that is trno It lias the only forest covered glacier paid before any other charges are met announcing meals is rung the dog hi gins in the world Hoon in a worldly way Certainly The Leading Specialists of America A redemption fund will be kept in the Certainly Know it to bo a fact a series of yelping which Is continued as The Treadwell is one of its greatest Treasury of the United States raised by IN OHIO 20 YEARS Well what long as the bell sounds One would gold mines a tax of 0 per cent upon the volume of By the way my dear I understand 250000 CURED think that he was in league with the It as the best yellow cedar in the notes in circulation not covered by that Mary Ella Stang is to bo married is not The dog is like world porter but he United States bonds This fund is to some timo next week nud WE CURE EMISSIONS some men simply cannot stand the It has cod banks that beat Newfound Â¬ corsitute a common resource out of What Nothing enn bo moro dcmoraliiluff to noise young or mlddle ugod men than the rrcs I said Alary Ella Stang is to bo mar Â¬ land which the notes of failed banks are to bo J hey enca ot thefo nislitly losses ried next week The Yukon Is twenty mihs wide 700 promptly paid The note holder thus Roads How nice would it be But do you I know you did bd Thoy unfit a a wholo business married miles from its mouth redemption of the JT of disgust and man fortrain of symptoms tI secures the immediate know Wouldnt it V When n buggy road social It discharges one third more water note without loss or delay The Nation- Â¬ Itf lifo and nnitnil happiness No matter II lit Atrll tifiHif In Vflttf iti4kn Er hmi That rominds mo Gab wagon or any sort of vehicle were rig than the Mississippi al banks on October 5th 1897 held in natural weakuetn or sexual excesses our bloton passed quito a compliment on you ged out with good Bteppers to know Hew Method treatment will positively It has more gold in its basin than any total arsts 3705131707 and the single today Ho said you woro looking euro you good llrst clius roads could be driven other river was Much obliged to him I am sura ittm of loans and discounts NO CURE NO PAY over throughout any direction in this IU color is beautifully blue to its 2051009438 With this vast redempBut what Header on need holn Earlv nbuso or county Talk will not construct them junction with the river White 1100 I dont know that I ought to ropcat tion fund It is impossible for the note- Â¬ later cxceesci may havo weakened you It takes work and plenty of it In order miles above its mouth Exposure may hato diseased you You it but thero is a story going tho rounds holder to lose are not safo till cured Our New Method to secure themthe business men lawyers about Baxroxs financial condition Alaska runs 1500 milts west of will euro jou You run no risk Nover mind about that Mr Hoon doctors farmers aud in general every Â¬ Hawaii Made a New Man of Him CURED What nro hoxaductylons body to complete this movement When- Â¬ Bryan Ohio Jan 13 1897 Yukon basin gold is estimated at 5 Why they or er hanged if I Vountr Alan You nro rale foeblo ever there is a movement tileded of OOOOOOOlO For years I have been Gentleman and haggard nervous irritablo and ox know my dear You becomo forgetful morose citablo course it would be u nutter of utter Had a poor A man standing on the bank of tho suffering from indigestion I thought you didnt and despondent blotches and pimples Now York Someone Yukon fifty miles from Its mouth can- Â¬ appetite aud could not eat anything con- Â¬ impossibility to please all sunken eyes wrinkled face stooping Sunday Journal form and downcast countcnanco reveal will urtuiuly object and object Btrorjg not see the other bank taining grease and bad constantly a worn tho blight of your existence Foleys Honey and Tar Now this can mtily he oveicome if all With its tributaries it is navigable out feeling After using three 50c bottles WECURE VARICOCELE will work unanimously Let ever one Cough Syrup wherever introduced is of Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin I am now your caso may 2590 miles No matter how serious talk upon this impoitaut subject and bo or how long you may havo had It our considered the most pleasant aud effec- Â¬ able to eat anything my appetite era vis iliEATM NT will NKW MIUHOU Miss Allie Hughes Norfolk Va was when roads are found to be a utiessity tive remedy for all throat and lung com- Â¬ and can say it lias made a new man of cure It Iho wormy veins return to frightfully burned ou the face and neck mo their normal condition and henco tho well gtt em plaint It is the only prominent cough Dowkn Eli sexual organs receive proer nourish Pain was instantly relieved by DeWltts ment Iho organs becomo vitalized all medicine that contalnes no opiates and Clias C Martin unnatural drains or losses tcaso nnd Commsation Why is it moht per Â¬ Witch Hezel Salve which healed tl e that ran be safely givn to cliiMri A No temporary manly powers return Crlmtou Clorer benefit but a permanent euro assured R Fisher Cloverport j It A Sliellman sons lose their timidity when they go injury without leaving a pear It is the no cum no pay no opkra- Stenhenppor Gordon Haynfp Pates Recent ro Profcfcsor Roberts says Haynes famous pile remedy Short to the telephone nu vuiun- ville E A Witt Hardinsbu g knits show that tho largo and medium n iion ntou iiusixess It hasnt hem many months siutti red cloers as orchard or stubblo cover A Practical Girl New and Notts uutil u young lady ImJ an ocotsou to go CURES GUARANTEED Harry Douutown to country sweet crops aro to bo preferred to the criniEon Tho work of tho United States exper Â¬ Wo treat and euro SYPHILIS to the phone do you play all uloug tho debatnblo line where the ILKET KMIbHIONS IMlOlKNOY iment stations is being recognized Immediately up ui her arrival sn heartsingMiss Milkywoigh Rritirrrnuii vahicooilk simi- and Whou the Cows Aro In the latter docs well only under favorable abroad NAL LOBHKS IILADUBH AND KID KJ interesting conveisation began and last Corn A corrospoudeut of The conditions NKY diseases UMNHUliTAllUH Tbcro is a general rovival of tho Inter- Â¬ C1IAKQK8 IIOOKB MIKE FHEE ed I would judge an hour fowaids the National Stockman adds Miss Milkywoigh Lord bless you MODERATE est iu cattlo If unable to coll write That debatable lino runs through close the gentleman quietly called fur no I got tho dogs and chase em out for a OlIlSriON 11LAN1C for HOME A now wheat discovered iu Califor Â¬ TllEATMllNT the Ohio valley and crimson olover has a kisii Dul the hiaiitifu rosy cheek Detroit Free Press nia and growing seven heads in placo now comparatively few advocates in Nay Luaiueu object of ono is attracting attention this region When conditions aro favor The n quest Was granted Tills math ablo it makes n grand cover crop for Onions must bo kept cool iu winter ematical problem ii one hard to solve 122 W FOURTH ST winter but probably four soedings out Our apples as woll as our wheat ore Stioud this joung lady uud gentleman CINCINNATI O of flvo in tho past havo been failures wanted abroad but they must bo good meet face to fat e and the same question The chief difficulty is drought Iu corn- Â¬ C TuMiff and well packed put would the r stilt be the same I to which the Expectant Mother is fields nnd other land wo canuot depend Tho drying of vegetables is a now 4n i foreboding and upon getting a good stand of plants in guess not She would want to kill him exposed and the dustry recently doveloptd in Santa HANCOCK COUNTY dread with which she looks for- Â¬ August or any considerable early fall aud probably would Clara county Cal getting However a kiss is not at all desirable ward to the hour of womans growth When I succeeded in Clarion Got a A wise old lady used to say fall growth it wintered nicely and the in this manner but if it cant be severest trial is appreciated by but proved a great fertilizer but tho risk of William Burnett an agad and reapact littlo tallow around tho heart of the few All effort should be made secured otherwise then the sensation losing tho seeding leads farmors to pro ablo cltizan was paraljzad Sunday and calf beforo tho holidays direct from the battery will have to be to smooth these rugged places for ryo which is n poorer cover crop dlo 1 Tuesday night Tho interest in tho sngar beet is on in lifes pathway for her ere she lost but is very sure Iu ordinary rotations If our farmers carry out tlmir present tho iucrcaso in tho middle states presses to her bosom her babe it seems wisest to plan for wheat ou summer of 1808 will sro DiuMUKits At tho present dangerous ground that would othorwiso bo bare iu intentions the DR 3MD NPENK ALLS one ot the largest tohaco crops growing stage of the Ohio not many traveling tho fall and thcu red olover can bo was over raised in this county that IMPROVED town iu tho spring men make the trip from Brandenburg Another noticahle fact is tho inclination via skill to Stephenspoit Still there allays Nervousness and so assists FEVER One Minute Cough cure cures quickly toward Hurley this year hy those who GETLL are always a few who are ever ready to Nature that the change goes for- Â¬ Hay Â¬ have heretofore Iren dovJtlng thsir ward in an easy manner without Thats what you wanti Short serve their employers A number made linio to the cultivation of Fryor and the afonaald trip last week Among the such violent protest in the way of nes otlior dark and heavy tobaccos Nausea Headache Etc Gloomy Walking Yet number was Mr Lion VcGavock repre- Â¬ Charlor Molntire who returned several sentative for Cabell Basye Co of forebodings yield to cheerful and weeks ago from the South says Lo will Louisville He went alone iu a skill no hopeful anticipations she passes cet in the shove for the Klondvkn in one outride of the oirpinan He re- Â¬ through the ordeal quickly and M March There will he no trouble about turned Saturday aud said Please ex- Â¬ without pain is left strong and him getting there as lie came fro n Geor cuse me from another tour the waves vigorous and enabled to joyously holy duties gia on 10 cents and recklessly blew thl were tremendous and a heavy gale was perform the hicrh and i n at Cloverport for a pair of sox enough to frighten the wits out of any now devolved upon her Safety Those who know Mr McGavock to life of both is assured by the nian Car Load of Cattle Mothers Friend and do not blame him taking into considera- Â¬ use of Y I Dollaven ot Millwood lias con the time of recovery shortened I A aud out In tho mighty deep tion his fidence in the future cattle market and could not have been reached the shore I know one lady tho motherof three this week he received a car load ot Geor Ono feature said he children who suffered greatly in the any too soon 4 gia cattle which he will feed for the birth of each who obtained a bottle of you dont have to walk up any banks market Mr DuIIaven has had consid Â¬ Mothers Friend of me before her GUARANTEED TO CUBS erable experlenco in the cattlo business fourth confinement and was relieved Stbanok Thero are people who ex quickly and easily All agree that their CHILLS AND FEVER Gax tte Grayson And Mkrl In aH Tombs Tastels Ntt pect a newspaper man to find out every Â¬ labor was shorter and less painful gDUie wKhottt tb abenre pletura uul th John O Polhill Macon Ga place In one a J nee of JtP tare ot J O MsmUnhsU thing that takes Prosperity comes quickest to the roan Prloo 60 cant at all D eaters the wonlhe find out thing that would Â¬ t whoa liver is in good condition He Abrabasa Linesm whars 100 by express at all Drug prise PREPARED ONLY JIY nt do to publWi Thie is uot what the 9or PHK BOTTU8on rtcolpt ofStore oookyt tt Witts Little Early Risers are famous O Now we Writer U wlabla to relate flfl OoaUlnlsf larsJibU InrorwMkm of I du M Uncle J om said dar wm a Utile pHU for constipation blliouaaees will b MM to aU KVANSVILLK IND and maybe ludigMtloa and all atomach aud Uvor are not -- udiuf tenlt but do think a fmt latWMtdlrM wwaa ayplUMlBa bf oa ewalk yeatday upoa aar Oentauy it haint sot book yet Utile aoiataace couJd be extended Bold by SHORT Short oVHaynM1 trouble HAYN1S Tmc MMPUUJI MaUlATN0O AtiawU JANUARY 20 LAQNIAPPE Often do we hear it aaldi Why my visitor or social or entertainment was noteyen mentioned in the News Others got their namrs and to dos in the paper No you are not Pos Â¬ I am slighted sibly the local man of the paper had not been informed and he failed that time by bis newsy nose to run up against it what we want is all the news If you know of anything come or drop a postal At all times will the Nuwsbe glad to get the information or Business Assets ANDY CATHARTIC Â¬ AbCOfrgb TUliU i TOOTH VjS 5 ECONOMY 6 f lm c A tooth may decay for years before it aches It costa fir less both in money nnd discomfort to take care of small cavi Â¬ ties than large once Come any time and havo your teeth ex Â¬ amined No chargo for it Wo will be at Irvlngton on Wed Â¬ nesday and Thursday after the fourth Monday of each month A Dutsclike TOBACCO Son HARDIN WILDER Brandenburg BUCKNER WAREHOUSE V Special Attention Given to Private Â¬ Â¬ 1r NO KEEP ACCOUNT Your Transactions t i We want to VVyVV1 t Remind You Sales r Perhaps You Forget Sometimes that wo have a complete assortment of SHOES RUBBERS nnd OVERSHOES for men women and children and oven babies Wo will sell a good solid school shoo ono that tho boya wont kick through in a hurry as low as 125 This shoo fits well and looks well also at NEW DRESS GOODS W E at BROWN Irvington Ky STATIONERY Â¬ J DSXS I D B ABB AGE tTl ffiyp wldcuelt bull I To u3CK DKK 300 And walkout of our store In a pair of tho best French Calf doublo soled dofi Shoes to be found in town A i nricd line of i LADIES SHOES Â¬ Geo Yeakel s Op- - Brandenburg Kentucky Â¬ 250000 ROCKPORT SAW WORKS ROCKPORT IND ll E Alfiji Â¬ Sn Kepaog Not One Complaint in Past Year of Our Work Ahead For Fine ll t utiuii NJri--i-irtii- i Â¬ The many letters of high praise nf our work is evidence that we are ah ad of others Hammering large circuar sawB is our specialty and saws that others have failed on II you want satisfaction on work and prices we guaranteo it Address Rockport Saw Works Rockport Ind Kennedys Kergan rres THE DANGER ii liBif Taiilr cji St Louis GlobeDemocrat ALWAYS NEWSY AND RELIABLE ALWAYS BRIGHT AND ABLE ALWAYS CLEAN AND GOOD V ALWAYS TH BESTANDTHECHEAPEST One Year One MOTHERS FRIEND Ai 5l3 GDI fl5 ONE YEAR INCLUDING SUNDAY Months 300 3 Months DAILY WITHOUT SUNDAY Year 400 6 Months 200 3 Months SUNDAY EDITION 36 TO GO PAGES DAILY 600 6 150 100 1 J 2 6 MONTHS K4 WEEKLY EDITION Issued In Semi Weekly Sections 8 Pages Each Tuesday nnd THE BEST PAPER IW AMERICA TWIOI-A-WEE- Friday 1 ONE YEAH J100 6 MONTHS SO CENTS su FREE TRIAL SUBSCRIPTION Send your name and address ou a postal card and get SEVEN CONSECUTIVE ISSUES Of either the Daily or Weekly Globe Democrat Oorapare it with other papers ami SEE FOR YOURSELF how superior It is Mm Mwk niwf aad tUte whether yoi are Interested la the Dally or Weekly FREE OF CHARGE - V7 eblg J MENlJErNr4XJ THE GLOBE PRINTING CO t wm no THE BREOKENRIDGR NRWS OLOYRRPORT Rheumaiism crippled mo for yoare I could not walk I tried many physicians with- Â¬ out benefit On tho advico of a friend I tried your modicino I waa complotcly cured by throe Plenty of water Ful cream cheese City Bakery The branch road of the Texas is al Â¬ most fl Kded Miss Evelyn Hicks is in Owensboro with relatives Mathias Miller of Hardlnsburg was in town Monday Mrs Alex Boyd had a partial stroke of paralysis last week Clovorport is large enough to support a local telephone Mrs J L Moorman and son Frank have returned from Skillman Marlon Weatherholt went to Hardlns- Â¬ burg Monday on legal business Robert E Woods of Louisville was in tho city Monday on If gl business James T Skillman and Dr Sam T Hambleton wont to Webster Monday Augustus Giteon went to Lodiburg Monday for the purposo of renting his farm CfiviiD KY darsaparffla 0 F BOWEN Horton Summit Pa e Aprs Breckenridge News WEDEN8DAY JANUARY 26 1898 A Local Brevities Fresh cakes City Bakery Dave Culley has a very sick child t Evaporated frulta Gregory Gibson Father Brey went to Hawesvllle Mon day Gib Â¬ Home made crlsples Grrgory Â¬ son Bananas 15 cents per drzn City Bak ery DavldVanAlstine went to Louisville yesterday A new line of toilet soaps Gregory Gibson Major Barry went to Hawesvllle yes- Â¬ terday t Get your krant from City Bakery only 15 cents per gallon Tho back water has almost Hooded the farm of E B Olcsby Mrs Barnet Bohler has been suffering for a week with asthma Miss Ruth Sterrett of Skillman is in the city with relatives H 0 Serf manager of The Fair went to Louisville Saturday Amos Board of Hardlnsburg was in town Monday ou business No trouble for anyone to take a bath at the present stage of water Tom Shane was in Hawesvllle Sunday looking at the natural scenery Mies Ronie Mattingly returned to her home in Hardlnsburg Monday Sam Board day operator at the shops went to Louisville yesterday -- VCircuit Court convonrsat Hardlnsburg tlie second Monday in next month R W Lavoly of Big Cllfty was rfgs ttreed at the Heyser houBO Friday Â¬ I f- e- Misses Allio and Lillie Greenwood of Holt are visiting Miss Florence Lewis Eugene Goff was on Monday made foreman of the lower section gang on tho Texas J L Frankel of Louisville proprietor of the Fair spent several days in this city last week Mr Sam StiUs of Louisville spent Satuiday with his cousin J II Stites at the Barnes House lonaa Wilson has moved off of the point on the river into one of V B Bur tous hous s on the hill Grayson Payne and sister Clara of Lodiburg came to the city Monday to visit Mr and Mrs Augustus Gibson Jas W Hornback has been appointed postmaster at Franks in Breckenridge county vice John W Franks resigned The picture sale Thursday night at Lcture room of the First Presbyterian church was a success in every particular The Weekly News is the titlo of a new paper published at Brandenburg Mr C M Nevitt is the publisher It is neat and newsy Mr George Eller of Evansvilla a ma- Â¬ chinist has accepted a position in the Texas round house and is stopping at the Barnes Houso M Y Mnrlow rgjnt for the Cincinnati Cooperage Company has purchased of L Green Falls of Roujth 125 acres of Ja d for 1800 The Katie made its monthly appearance lost evening Thats what makes the boys laugh R N Hudson has returned from Ever- Â¬ green Fla He says never in his life did he see so much water J W Cary of Glendeano returned Thursday from Louisville He went there to purchase stock James Jackson of Hawesvllle was in town Saturday in the interest of the Cincinnati Cooperage Company Dock Furrow and family of Kirk were in town Monday They left yesterday for Hawesvllle to be with relatives Steve Parker Hawesvllle sold his crop of tobacco which amounted to C000 pounds to James B Pace Jr for 0 50 0 and 1 Mr George Johnson has returned to his home at Hardlnsburg after a pleas Â¬ ant sojourn with his uncle Mr Meb McGill at Early Time Nelson Record Attorneys Morris Eskridge and N C McMercer of Hardlnsburg were here Monday at the law office of Murray Murray taking depositions in the case of FjFraize vs John M Jolly TMr Judson D Willett and Miss Car rib Clark of Paynesvllle were married last Sunday at the residence ot the brides Bister Mrs John Kerrick Rev John S Willett performed the ceremony The Hawesvllle Cycle O ub has dis banded and the track will be ploughed and cultivated This was pronounced one of the finest dirt tracks in the coun- Â¬ try but the club lost money at evory meeting Mrs A B Skillman and daughter Miss Elizibeth have arrived at Charlotte Harbor Fla They have joined the Kentucky Colony Mrs Skillman stood the trip exceedingly well and is fast im- Â¬ proving Mr Ohas B Lewis mail agent on the Air Line located at Cannelton and Miss Mary Abshier were married at that place by Rev E J Hall of the Episcopal church Miss Abshier has many friends here James England an enterprising farm- Â¬ er of Tciblncport crossed the big water Monday to this port He doesnt think the water will damage anyone over there and the farmers are working hard putting in every day getting ready for next years crop J W Pate and son Amel of Mc Quady arrived in town Saturday Mr Pate was enroute to Owensboro where be will serve on the United States petit jury His son will remain here until his return with his aunt Mrs Alired Oelz Â¬ Â¬ Harry Moorman came up from Owens- Â¬ boro Sunday to spend a few hours with Mils parents Kyirs Sarah E Ohalfuit Idled at her home In Louisville last Saturday JanuaMrs ry 22 Sho was 77 years old Cbalfant formerly lived in this town and at Hardlnsburg way back In the COs She was h splendid christian woman and her many friends here will regret to hear She was the mother In of her death law otJudgoT R McBeath Samu I L Suz r of Cannelton Ind has brought suit In thn United Slates Court at Owensboro against tho heirs of Samuel Sulzer Sr deceased for the re- Â¬ covery of his Interest and the debt tin owed said estate The whole amount will in the aggregate amount to some Â¬ Murray thing near 20000 Murray this city are engaged as counsel for the heirs Ed O Adkisson of Irvington has been dolni duty at the depot as operator for several days during the absence of Mr Stiles Ed is a good one too for his ago He picked up tho and experience business by working and doing chores around the office at Iryington It shows what a boy can do when he has he will We hope Ed will be and the energy rewarded with a good placo Dr Luces Illustrated Lscturo on Japan at the Frst Presbyterian church Friday night will be one of the finest ever given in this city Be sure you hear and see It If the water should be over the bridge free transportation will be fur Â¬ nished all holding admission tickets 25 and 15 cents Get tickets at City Bakery or Suzsrs Â¬ Â¬ River A big river is what you can see herein January Tho usual rise of tho river generally comes in February Until Sunday it looked as though the river was on a stand and would be falling by Mon Â¬ day but n hard rain set in Monday night Â¬ Jonesboro Ark Feb 22nd 1897 J C Mendenhall Evansville Ind Dear Sir I have a very satisfactory sale on your Improved Chill and Fever Cure during the last year and find it gives as good satisfaction as any chill cure I sell W T Nash Respectfully Shops Engine 7 is in for repairs They all quit at four oclock The track was lined with gondolas The yards were crowded with all kinds of iron Jule Brashear the boss brldgeman was in town Monday Hostlers McCool and Harris still hold down the round house Engineer Wright and fireman Matting ly went to Louisville yesterday Tom Nannie bos reslgaed bis position as machinist He will go to Eyansville Engineer Warner Is a new man He is clever handsome and active when at the throttle Scott Vance works nt the lathe and keeps constantly at it wishing to do good service 01 Mattirgly sits back and says noth ing but keeps the machinery all move ing for the boys Uncle Mike Lanahan is a favorite with them all and he looks well when rigged out in his costume S R Berry with his crew of men were getting tilings ready Monday pre- Â¬ paring to remove the debris from the wreck Saturday near the almshouse Engineer Tight the oldest man on the road aud possibly the first engineer is a quiet man but very clever He is also a fine taxidermist and has executed some Â¬ good work II Y Harris Superintendent of the Breekenritga Company Limited and H J Nevitt of Louisville came to the city Friday remaining until Sunday N traiu carrying an A special L opera troupe passed down yesterday morning just ahead of the regular west- Â¬ bound passenger for Evansville The citizms of Irvington have made a start in tho right direction They have employed P B Haysand J M Dugan who oponed school at that place Monday Fred BauerHaawesvllla confectioner will soon move to Hardlnsburg and open a meat market It is said that Jim Jack son will purchase Bauers Hawesvllle business Charlie Oez3 is making some decided improvements on the farm he recently bought on the pike in the way of new fencing and a general cleaning up of the place The St Cloud Hotel ot Brandenburg has beeu repapered repainted and loots M bright and clean aa a new silver dollar Col Frakes says McKinley pros Â¬ perity has struck him The plans for the erection of a new Baptist parsonage la this city have been drafted As soon as the plan Is acted upon by the building committee then tbe eoMtructloa will g forward Hob D U Murray has returned from WahlBgtoi D 0 where he went on gal buinw Mr Murray obtained while there IIcmm to praties before tho United States Supreme Cotut IHd you ever hear Tom Wroe tell of bow ke oaea practiced a case If not Uk him out is the wood and make hliu Ull you A countryman beat Tom at hU own game aud practiced Toms oasa to a Anitk PPVHM ZK L T jSrt2ZCke a- - Y K Barnes and wife came down from Hardlnsburg Monday enrouto to Louisville to Bpend a few days thence to Brandenburg where Mr Barnes has some legal business He said the tele- Â¬ phone crazj had struck everyone in Hardlnsburg and adjacent towns The boys and girls could be heard every mo- Â¬ ment in the daysparkingeach other They tell it on Dick Nevitt of Bran denburg that he went down to the wharf boat and put out a mark to see for his own satisfaction how much the river was rising It Is a mark too that never varies He drove a nail in the hull of the boat at the edge of the water went down next morning and found the river n a stand rank Rupert Tar Fork was deliver ing his crop of tobacco to James B Pace r Saturday Mr Rupert raised some thing near 7100 pounds and received 7 7 and 1 He said the crops in his secÂ¬ tion had nearly all been sold and that D Hambleton has sold to Harbison the acreage to be planted this year would Gathright Co of Louisville a one double previous years half interest In his business house on Richard May of Hardlnsburg was in Wall Street Consideration 375 town yesterday enroute to Owensboro Mr May has the Klondike fever pret- Â¬ ty bad He would start to day it he could so arrange everything He Bald his son Louie who is now located in Montana will start February 20th A novel entertainment and a most en- Â¬ joyable one to all waa the measuring so- Â¬ ciety which took place at the home of Mrs Samuel Conrad Friday evening A cough which seems to hang This social feature was for the benefit of the Baptist parsonage and of course the on in spite of all the remedies which measures went up high and yielded a nice you have applied- certainly needs sum which goes to the credit of the par energetic ana sensible treatment For twenty five years that stand Â¬ sonage fund It is said that a fragrant rose placed on ard preparation of cod liver oil a writers desk whether of any note or not is an excellent Incentive brings out rapidly aa overflowing of thought This has been tried by the writer and fouad to be just aa stated moreover there de Â¬ veloped on Monday evening another has proved Its effectiveness In cur Â¬ charm which acta in the same way and ing the trying affections of the has the same productive qualities as the throat and lungs and this Is the rase wbea it comes to aiding one on the reason why t the cod liver oil parÂ¬ strengthens and liae of thought ThI was the meeting of tially digested the mandolin and guitar club ia the vitalizes the wnoie sys Â¬ tem the hypophocphltcs bachelor quarters oyer the Nxws office so tastefully arranged by our esteemed act as a tome to the mind and nerves and the friend Mr O T SkllluiaH The muaie glycerine soothes and waa clear smooth splendid and lasted heals the irritation Can fx two hours The club Is composed ol you think of any combi Â¬ MiM Allhwe Murray May me Griffith nation so effective as this Sllle Gregory Maaaie White and Flor tfwtt tfw BrauWw O T and Jac K Oott wU mim yeu ft SCOTT U wkm Hwrn Um vtufyif MM asri listt M Bkllluau Ohas W Moorwa Jr and jm a4 f cm ail inssjUs Fra4 DHoy v taxrr iowm ct m Twelve protty sweet and smart young ladies see all the handsome railroad men who walk up and down the track to and from their work and theres many shy glances passed Jim Harris captain of the left half of tho earth still looks as sad as a wood- Â¬ cock but he knows all about his own business and dont try to attend to that of any body else Charlie Evans is a clock within him Â¬ self A vory young fellow but always on the lookout for the people he is work- Â¬ ing for lie would walk nine miles to get a straw out of the way of his road The men who maoage and work with the machine shops in this town are the finest a it of fellows in America and that means all of the world of course Some of them are handsome most of them are good looking and all of them are pasta be They can do anything from mak Â¬ ing an engine to courting a girl and all of it is done gracefully and well Persistent Coughs - EMULSION SCOTTS and continued constantly until Tuesday morning Tho river rose 5 Indies Mon day night but up until 12 oclock Tues Â¬ day was about on a strind Fearing an oveifhw many occupants of buildings sought other quarters The probability An absolute cure for sick head- Â¬ of Its covering the bridge still weighs in many minds Tliore has not boen any ache dyspepsia malaria sour damage of consequence reported here stomach dizziness constipation from points above High water is dreadbilious fever piles torpid liver ful to many overflowing their lands and ruining people for almost half a year and all kindred diseases On yesterday families could bo seen moving from their homes in jo boats Tho report came hero late Tuesday evening that the river at Louisville was WEBSTER rising at the rate of one inch an hour and three feet of water was yet expected Another wet moon This sudden rise will start her on a boom and thero is no telling where she will Severe storm here Saturday night stop Well cant they never g it over It 7 Tho tremendous wind which prevailed W G Jordan continues seriously ill yesterday kept many in nn exclteable One more week of our public school state Nothing serious occured only the Didnt come to Sunday school last Sun Â¬ blowing down of the gas well derrick on day eh tho point of Cloyer creek Mrs Wm Hall aud baby Prout are Crowds of men could bo seen on the banks of the Ohio Tuesday evening both sick Nelse Claycomb visited at W G Jor-Â¬ watching the fearful white caps dans last week No one crossed the Ohio TuesJay We are glad to report nearly all the evening sick improved An opportunity to vote for Charles A CLOUD OF WITNESSES Blanford for governor would rejolco the hearts of the Republicans around here Catarrh Can Be Permently Cared Miss Ada B Henderson will start to school at Hnrdinsburg shortly C W Kuaner of Sheldon la waa Henry Dugan made a flying trip to troubled with catarrli for over two years so that he could only work a few days at Holt and returned Sunday Arc you looking for a business loca- Â¬ a time tried various doctors without re- Â¬ Why not come here tion lief cured him permanently Mrs Thomas Waltz New Brighton Pa Sinking creek was higher Sunday than suffered with aggravated sore throat It has been since 1881 which tho doctor could not cure Three We have yet to find the woman or bottles of cured her Bernard child who does not delight in reading King National Military Home Leaven- Â¬ the News worth Kas neglected a severe cold We do not bolieve this town has ever which developed chronic catarrh Tried received a just consideration as a busi- Â¬ everything he saw advertised to no ness point avail not only cured the ca- Â¬ Miss Myra Hanks visited her parents tarrh but an old case of bronchitis A at Stephensport Sunday F Carlson Lindstrom Minn took a Clyde Englishs failure to come to course of treatment with for town one day lost week caussd no little catarrh of the head and apprehension among his friends was cured He de Â¬ layed reporting for sev Mr Kelly of Louisville after a weeks months in order to see visit to Tom Lydden returned home Sun Â¬ if cure was permanent day no symptoms reap It is painful to see the suspense of Jas pearing he has con- Â¬ Kurtz in consequence of not getting cluded that the cure is possession of his house permanent II Cox Misa Pollock a charming young lady was troubled with eft- ofGuston was here last week to nee tarrh of head and bowos Six bottles of school Pe ru na cured him after fourteen years about a Some couples here have launched very of enforced idleness A 32 paged pamphlet containing several auspiciously upon their eleventh year of hundred testimonials accompanied by a very active courtship pen portrait of the writer coverirg cures It is a serious disadvantage to any of catarrh in all forms and stages by small town for a prejudiced politician to will bo sent free to any who deaire even go there to trade it by the a Drug Manufacturing We welcome into our midst Messrs Company Columbus Ohio McGavock and Hall two enterprising farmers who recently moved from Clov- Â¬ Storm erport upon tho Skillman farm near Everybody was on their nettles Satur- Â¬ hero day night A most fearful storm passed Miss Alice Baker returned to her over this town about seven oclock For home at Hardlnsburg last Friday after a a moment the indications were favorable weeks visit to Miss Ada Henderson for a disastrous night Trees houses Miss Baker made many friends here dur- Â¬ and chimneys were falling to the ground ing her short visit and window panes cracking The damage We should like to know how many of was not of much consequence and the the overseers of this county put in as people were all harpy over the result much as two days time on their roads Dr S B Adkieson was much distressed last year Saturday night Ho thought every Breckenridge county has waked up moment the hotel would be taken off its and found herself famous in conse- Â¬ iquilibrium quence of being the homo of the Bjseck During the storm Saturday night a knridcik News Charley Blanford and It most laughable scene took place at the M Jolly May her standard never bo law office of Murray Murray Ilal 0 lowered Murray the junior member of the Arm was sitting in the office reading when Mr Hudsons Gun the storm came up and was at its hardest Sometime ago a report came to the He at first passed the matter unconcern- Â¬ News that Colonel R N Hudson had ed suddenly the wind became so fierce killed 600 quail in a short space of time a brick from the chimney came whizzing and being pleased with our clevor Nlm down it into the room where Mr Murray rods success we printed the story Col was deeply absorbed in his book The Hudson informs us that since tho pub- Â¬ brick was blown with such force the lication he has not been allowed to go room was blackened with smoke and on any farm with a gun his friends the Hal was puzzled for a moment to locate bird owners are fearful lest he exterm- Â¬ where he was at His nerves were inate the feathery tribe and run up a slightly shattered but regained his distress signal every time he comes in strength immediately after the shock sight They seem to fear him more than Havana fears our 13 inch guns if ho gets Only the Best off his own a cold wave Should be your motto when you need Klondike fliggoea up on the neighboring a medicine Dj not be induced to take farm house and a small boy is ient to any substitute when you call or Hoods him with a note of warning The Nk Sarsaparilla Experience has proven it wishes to correct tho first report We to be best It is an honest medicine know Col Hudson well He has a fine possessing actual unequalled merit Be gun but he does not know how to shoot wise and profit by the experience of it He owns two of the finest dogs on earth but he merely keeps them to ac- Â¬ other people comodate bis sporting friends who pay Hoods Pjii b are the favorite family full fare when they ride on the Texas cathartic easy to take easy to operate Col Hudson does not carry ammunition when he goes hunting he takes his gun Trade Very Good but that is for the purpose of showing The first month of the brglnnirg of a the dogs that he likes their company New Year is more or less a dull business When Col Hudson goes gunning be montli with the merchants Trade has carries a long pole with which he punch- Â¬ not been on a boom with tho mercantile es the game out of brier patches so his men yet their trade is as good as could friends can shoot at them Col Hudson have been expected However they is all right In every particular except aa are confident the outlook for business a marksman He can shoot better with this year will be an excellent one This a transit that with a gun Of course condition is due to tho oveifhw in holi Â¬ everybody knows the far reaching power day purchases ot News advertising but we did not in- tend to thus injure the subject of this for rirty Cent story and we therefore correct tho first Guaranteed tobacco habit cure makes weak men strong blood pure Wo 1 All UruggUta statement good dip cstlon sound sleep a fine appetite and a ripe old age are some of the results of the use of Tutts Liver Pills A single dose will convince you of their wonderful effects and virtue A CLEAR HEAD immmmmmm mmmm NOT LONG AGO wmmmmBIBmmm mammmmmtmiK immmm iiHBMMMsaM A well known preaohef A Known Fact said When I enter a home and see pretty pictures on tho walls I know hero is a homo Â¬ striving to rear their family up among intelligent surroundings Â¬ Tutts Liver Pills THERE ARE LOTS OF PEOPLE who think that it costs so much to have pictures framed that they will lay them aside until they are soiled This can be avoided beoause framing is done now days so cheaply you will hardly miss the amount invested by having a few framed at a time For the Next Ten Days We will frame a At COURIER JOURNAL PICTURE With extra wide mat for vwwywvwyywwvwvvywwwwv OQp v U If you have a picture you want framed come and seo our line of mouldings If you cant come let us know and our picture man will call on you with samples a Pe-ru-- SULZERS 28JSSB8BSSS383SSSSSS jvwvwvwwwywwwwwi Pe-ru-- Breckenridge Normal College HARDINSBURG KY eTUDKNTS The Teachers und Sclen may enter at anv time and Klect their own work are ttrone Younif ladie and gentlemen may obuln certificate CountJ or good ichoolii after completing our 1 eacher Coure Pe-ru-- Teachers admitted FltKC to nn Ecnlng Historical Club WO GUARANTEE to every Science undent an ability not attained elsewhere tori have had many year actle experience in school work Our Inilruc EXPENSES J BOARD 2 TUITION to 225 per week 8 00 per term of ten weoks 31 1898 Third Term Begins January Por Information address J II B LOGAN Pe-ru-- yyyVVyVVyVVVVVVVVVyVVVVVVyVVVVSVVVVVVVVlVw VV9vrrVTVVY k sV Brandenburg Normal and High School Spring Term Opens February 1 1S9S rSV A Rood and Thorough teachers course and business Courses practical and thorough Teach Â¬ department ers well trained and experienced Location pleasant expenses low Tuition In prepatory course according 3 00 per month in advanced courses to advancement Board in private families f i 00 to 2 50 For Further information address A C BURTON President or F E HARESY Vice Pres 4444s44444444444ll4l4l44fltill4i44l Franks of Evansville and R J Tlndle of this place She had lived nearly four score years aud ten Several on the sick list Saturday night was one of the bluster But little work done this wet weather est we have experienced in this section Mrs Ollle Johnson went to Cloverport for years The wind blew a hurricane shopping Friday all night long fences were laid flat Mr Nate Starks went to Hawesvllle timber whirled to the ground houses quivered and rocked from the winds Monday on business will be two more mighty power Martin Jarboes sheds After this week there were blown down from around his barn weeks and two days of school and many eyes looked heavy next morn- Â¬ Rev D L Bowlds will preach nt the ing from waiting and watching for the Presbyterian church the first Sunday worst night in February While returning from CloverpoJt Sat Rev D L Bowlds will preach Friday urday and erasing the treste across night before the third Sunday in Febru- Â¬ Fosset Hank Probus dropped a bundle ary at the Cumberland Presbyterian containing two shirts Into the water church He called to Mr Pate to bring his skiff Rev fl Ji Rllchey will preach on bap and secure his goods but falling to get tlsm tho second Sunday In February at help from that direction ho plunged into 11 oclock and at night will preach to the water and swam after It but had not swam far beforo he began to call to Tud the young men failed to fill his appoint- Â¬ Bowlds who wa9 on the trestle to come Rev Storm Rev SVlnfree of to his assistance He swam to a bush ment here Sunday Patesvllleoccupied the stand and preach Â¬ and crawled up out of the water but ed a splendid sermon from the word becoming better nerved while his friend was gone after help he secured his bun Â¬ Remember dle its value was 50 cents and was sat i The storm of Wednesday night was a on shore when Tud returned severe one blowing down fencing and timber a part of Henry Ballmans barn Thousands Buffer from catarrh or cold tho upper part of one window of the In head and have never tried the popular Presbyterian church was blown Inside remedy There is no longer any excuse and several glass broken Mr Sapp had as a 10 cent trial site of Elys Cream a window demolished by tho wind It Balm can be had ot your druggist or we was a ulght spent with much uneasiness mail it for 10 cents Full sire 60 cents ELY BROS 50 Warren St N Y y many people JLJrfrs Erolino Probua died very sudden- - City A friend advised me to try Elys Cream IV Saturday evening at the home of her Her Balm and after using It six weeks I be-Â¬ dkuKhter Mrs Martha Wllkle remains were burled Sunday evening in lieve myself cured of catarrh It Is a the ceeaetery at Bethlehem She leaves most valuable remedy Joseph Stewart three children Mrs Wllke Mrs Alloa 024 Grand AvesHe Brooklyn N Y DUKES right-of-wa- y V All should know that Foleys Hon I U uey gB Tar Is absolutely the beet remedy for all diseases of the Throat Chest or Lungs Dealers are authorizid to guarantee It to give satisfaction in all oases A R Fisher Cloverport RA Shellman StepheBsport j Gordon HaynM Patesvllle E A Witt Hardlns burg Â¬ That dreadful cold that fearful couch that danger signal It ia sapping the vitality from your lungs To day a bottle of Dr Bells FIbo Tar Honey will cure it to morrow it may take two this remedy will cure a deep seated old or a serious eough but if yea let it ma hhcIi long a doctor or aa undertaker may be CASTORIA ftr IifasU and CfclUrw rqulrd WANTS Two hadsam yoM ilitiu lor buslxsa tkl trV J WsV ojkmromJCJL MM ipfiaf black jacks la ajsMal n U yva t AsUterw Ky O WW - HML Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY JANUARY M I8f8 BRmOKSMmiDCm HBtlffB OLOYMRPORT FROM EYERY CLIME 2C5f HOW TO FIND OUT BABYS SMOOTH A FAIR SKIN vit1 L Grateful Mother Writes this Letter Tells all about Her Troubles when To The Payrtcsvllle Correspondent Baby Broke out with Scrofula Sores Hxcnte me Mr Itabbsge for taking op your lime At tho ntjo of two month my baby Hut 1 think your ljvntsvllo coriomlcnt has began to Imvonorwt break out on li In right spoken of my rhyme Wo used nil tho external ap Â¬ check I hraryour correspondents nama li Mr EJwarJ plications that wo could think or hear of Burch to no avail Tho sore spread all over ono And fiom hit Utett eflort believe he loes the sldo of his face Wo consulted a physi Â¬ church cian and tried his medicine and In a week From childhoods early moments up to the present tho soro was gonp But to my surpriso In time two weeks moro another scrofulous look Â¬ 1 always find It easy to spress mytelf In rhyme ing soro appeared on babys arm It In public or in private In public hill or church grew worse and worse and when ho was Ive always found It ray Just tfll Ore Whilikins three months old I began giving hhn Ilurch For I Just think It awfiil if one should try to smirch Hoods Bnrsapnrllln 1 also took Hoods The people of his parish or even of his church Bawaparilln and before tho first bottlo Sif ycull AndakGee MnJIy publlih thlst Ming song of mine Whilikins to read it and lead It every line Im sure he will admit It that I am in the push And bet his bot om dolar on Gustons ioet Bush BOOMING Wolf Creek Situated on The Ohio in Meade County New Stores And Buildings 1 fr l l King Hardin to Put in an 8ooo Stock of Goods PROSPERITY HAS STRUCK THE TOWN S H r Wolf Cheek Ky Jan 2 188 I thought I would write Dear Editor you a few lines from this pare to give the people of the adjoining counties the news from old Wolf Creek she is com- Â¬ ing to the front Since the first of the New Yt ar Ball Suell have opened up a general store in the Howard property and next conns Kirg and Hardin ol Alton Iud They are now working a force of experienced men putting in a glass front and remodeling the Trent property to put in a geneial Hue of dry goods and clothing with a capital stock of about 8000 so you see things will hum This makes five business houses in our town first is J R Smith a nice young man who will treat you well when you come in to see him an I ho smiles when the young ladies come in next in R h Ball tho head of the firm of Ball A Suell he to is a young man and lie more than tniil s when ladies come arouud Xrxtinlne is the 1rofeFsor Otvings tho maiiager of J S Jttings store he ib a little old and a widowvr but he out strips them all v hen the ladies come around to see him Ntxt is M G Chism the druggist and post muster he is a nice clever gentleman who doef every thii j to please his customers and patrons of his cilice ho will be kept busy handling the business and love letters of these 3ouug businiEs men Next is the junior member Win Hirdin of King A Hardin he is not in yet but will report for him next lime and judg lug from his appearance he will be a hustler The town has two good church houses The post master has made a side walk from the post ofllca to Ball ntore on the east side of Main street and it is supprsd the new firm will extend it to their place of businefs then you can go to all the houses in town without getting in the mud except Ihechuiches they have no walktj Mr Clarence Hughes and accomplish Â¬ ed wife of I avenworth Kas are visit ing their aunt Mrs Molie Elder of this Â¬ place Miss Nell Conway is Owings vUtirg Mrs J S eats Mr John Hill of Charleston Ills is visiting I E Johnson the ohj ct ol Ids visit is not jet known Mr D S Richardson of Drandenbiug is here mixirg among his many friends looking after noma of his business inter r V V Dr J M Hardin of Brandenburg is at the Owings Hotel doing dental work R R Trent and II V Allen will run two boats of lime south this spiing 0 0 Chism and J W Troutman will run a load of lime south the neml of this place will be flush when these gentlemen return Now you see the eterpiiiing men around here are doirg amiethlng If the calamity and hard time howlers will p to work on their farms it stead of SCHOOL REPORT coming to town and sitting around the District No 50 January 21 1898 Btore that keeps tho best fire and w lilttle Jng goods boxes thoy would realz After passing au examination and better compensations for their labor Wishing the News much success in this making a general average of not less than 85 per cent the following pupils and all other localities I am in their respective grades are Rii Van Wikik Grade V Medora Boonu Caldwell 07 Evarts English 01 Chester Ilicke EKRON 00 MUs 8 Mary and Edna Moorman Cloverport ore vielting at Mr Henry ef Mount Vernon Ills nrrived hero Thoy wont direct to tho hotel whero Mrs narrys husband James B Barry tho millionaire tramp died They wnntcd Mr Borrys effects When told tho physician who had waited on Barry had been appointed administrator and had taken charge of his effects they asked the privilege to look over them for certain papers but this was refused They visited and Inspected tho re mnlns at tho undertakers establish- Â¬ ment nnd Mrs Barry exhibited sor- Â¬ row but mado no suggestion as to tho was finished tho sores were well and have disposition of tho body Attorney Blood or- Â¬ never returned Ho is now fouryearsold On departing but he has never had any sign of those dered the body buried and the bill scrofulous sores slnco ho was cured by presented against tho estate but the Hoods Sarsaparllln for which I feel very undertaker asked for cash or security grateful My boy owes his good health neither of which was offered and smooth fairBkln to this great med- Â¬ Tho administrator says the effects Mns S S WnoTEN Farming icine will not pay for a burial and it looks Get only Hoods ton Delaware as if the county will have to stand tho Mr Blood are prompt efficient and expenso of tho Interment HOOd S FlIlS eay In effect Mcents admits there is some property In Illi- Â¬ nois belonging to Barry but says It is tied up by attachment GUSTON Tramps a Pallbearer Trainmen Pnducah Ky Jan 21 Mr J G Anderson has sold hla home arriving In the city from the tramp place to Marcus Board camp near tho Illinois Central track two miles from tho city reported that Mrs Kate Childs has been quite sick tho ragged occupants were preparing but is better at this writing to attend Barrys funeral In a body Miss Jennie Hardin of Brandouburg whenever It might occur Eight of is visiting the Mun ford family their number have been selected to Mr Charlie Helt is handling tobacco volunteer as pallbearers at the Inter- Â¬ ment Mrs Sadie Miller Barry and hor and says he has struck some good sales for The Teachers Institute will be held attorney F O Flood have left de- Â¬ Vernon Ills Mrs Barry hero in Gu9ton the fourth Saturday in Mount parted without having made a second February visit to see her husbands body Miss Ermine Munford left lust Monday It Was Her Imagination for Louisville where she will make a Louisville Jan 24 Dr Isham H Â¬ short stay and will then go on to Chica Harrington a prominent dentist was go wliero she will make quite an extend acquitted of the charge of criminal as- Â¬ ed visit to her sister Mrs Eva Busey sault preferred by Miss Dulcle Cren- Â¬ who lives in that city shaw In the argument of ono hour The Christian Endeavor Socioty of and a half Attorney ONeal for tho Guston will celebrate tho 17th bilthday defense mado the claim that Miss Cren Â¬ shaw who is of a highly nervous tem- Â¬ of the Endeavor on Wednesday Feb perament nnd subject to hysteria had Â¬ at the church in Guston The entertain been the tho victim of an Illusion in ment will embrace music recilntionp regard to tho crime Judge Thompson etc and a pleasant and profitable even discharged tho defendant on tho ing may be expected Everyone invited ground tht Miss Crenshaw was labor Â¬ to be present Tho txercUeu will bpgin ing under n hallucination at 7 oclock Dr Edgar Iurtloned On last Saturday evening at Ekron Lexington Ky Jan 22 Dr J Station Mr Jessn Clarkson lea led two Frank Edgar has been pardoned from car loads ol fat steers and as the train tho Tennessee penitentiary by Govern- Â¬ approach d Louisville near the Alms or Taylor About three years ago Dr House on au up grade a couplii g broke Edgar then a resident of this city and a wreck ensued killing twenty head wronged U Brook Davidson by run- Â¬ of Mr Clarksoiis line bef cattle that ning away with his wife going to Guth- Â¬ They next turned up in weighed about 1200 or 100 pounds rie O T Nashville where Mrs Davidson sued each for divorce Edgar personated David Â¬ Now the way to keep the price of to son in the proceedings and for this barco up in the neighborhood of whero was sent to tho penitentiary it now is is for every farmer whether Fruitfully Ilurneil he is t quipped for raising it or not just Paducnh Ky Jan 24 Charles Ba- Â¬ put iu all you can handle and a little bit ker who claims to be from Clevoland more too and overstock tho market appeared here in a frightful condition which has been done heretofore with in Â¬ from burns He says his clothing ferior slufl and the natural result fo- caught fire from a camp fire 30 miles llowsout drops the bottom The reason east of here and before smothered ho f mention this is bcciuse I hear farmeis was almost naked Some tramps who havent even got a tobacco house shared clothing with him and a kind farmer sent him here It Is believed talking of putting iu a crop this season ho will die Two Well Known Statesmen Want a Hoard Abolished Talked for months from a rout porch Louisville Jan 22 A delegation has and rear end of a car Perhaps the use gone from LoulBvllle to Frankfort car- Â¬ of Foleys Honey and Tar will explain rying a bill to abolish the two execu- Â¬ why they could do Ibis without iijury tive boards that now exist in Louis to their vocal orguis It is largely used villo and merge them Into a board of control with three members Instead of by speaktrsand sing rs A R Fisher Cloverport R A Mielltmtn Stephens six It will also abolish the office of port Gordon Haynes Patesville E city buyer nnd possibly some others Object to raying Taxes A Witt Hardinsburg Paducnh Ky Jan 22 W O Jones a Llvlngstono county man found n SANDY HILL bundlo of switches tacked to his barn Ileasd publsh tho folloisiig As door with a note attached stating that there bus lueii a false report out about If he as a member of the board of su- Â¬ the misplacement of my gloves the night pervisors raised any more taxes his ofAlouz Cowleys social will say to houso would be burned and himself hanged to the highest limb that could the readers of the Buwicbniiiixik Ntwe bo found that I found my gloves the next mornInvestigation Demanded ing Mib Charles Simmons took them Louisville Jan 22 WH McKnlght thiouh a mistake The report that was circulaed over tho country is entirely Sons Company of this city have filed documents at Washington demanding false Mrs Emma Simmons of the secretary of war a full investi- Â¬ gation of tho methodsof awarding con- Â¬ A Howling- - Sucoeis tracts at tho quartermasters station In Whenever properly introduced Dr Joffersonvlllo The station is a depot Caldwells Syrup Pepsin as a cure fot for supplies for the United States army constipation has met with a phenome Consistent Grief Do you think Julia will always keep Many tlrugdsts cannot say nal sale enough in praise of its merits as well as on mourning for her husbandf Yes 8ho g goh o marry a man Its great popularity with tho people In named Black Chicago Roeord 10c trial slz4 and hhd in 50c and 100 sizes of Chas C Martin Â¬ 12 Â¬ Â¬ WANTfeDHI3- - PnOPERTY of Millionaire Trump Makes No Provision For Ills Burial Paducnh Ky Jan 20 Mrs Sadlo Miller Barry and Attorney F O Blood sVlfe If Its Worth Printing Will Print Beware Of the Knife Grade IV Djra Hallow 00 AUie Stiir 05 Cleveland Hamilton 15 Mat tie Still- 02 William Walls 02 Atclno Smiths Hallow 02 Lawrence Sliellman 88 Miss Im z Vertrees Vino Grove lias a Gertrude bhellmau 88 Hughes Shell music class at this place and will begin man 85 teaching soon Grade III Willie Dulschke 10 D 8 Roberts Sr w as in Iiulsville Grade II Ilervitt Dix 08 Blanche one day last week Dutschke 07 Daisy Walls 0t Willie Mrs Hattle Neafus left Sunday for Kullman 0t John Still Oil Haskel Lebanon where she will make her future Sliellman 80 Grade 1 -J- ohn Walls 01 Owen Itul home with her father low 0J Lee Sliellman 88 Wade Shacklett returned from Louis Â¬ Patrons your srhool is now closed aud ville to spend a ftw days with hla par Â¬ I sincerely hope that it has been us ents instructive to your children as it has The winter term of school closed last been pleasant to me An tducatlon is Friday after a very successful term the best accomplishment that your taught by lrof D 8 Robeit Jr and children can have so let me urge yiu to wife Iearlie Shacklett and Eddie Jor-Â¬ look more ckaly alter tho educational dan ia primary room receivod premiums Interests of your children for class merit They bfgun their spring Euqknk GiLMLANii Teacher term Monday with a large attendance It is easy to catch a cold aud Juat as Mr J F Olarkson sold last Saturday to Bland A Burners of fianora 100 bead easy to get rid of it if you commence o cattle that averaged 1150 libs thev early to use Oie Minute Cough Cure It cures corghs colds bronchitis poeu bfowfbt hln about 6000 inoBla and al thioat and lung troubles Car CsMtstliiut ji rums It U plMewut to take eaf to um sad Teae CWanarete OwuftAmustUs Mrurfcto Mr to oure Short A Hsyuss if C a C Iall u mtsv aroestwtf mmumi - Mr Lincoln Nelson of Marshfield Mo writes For six years I have been a sufferer from a scrofulous affection of the glands of my neck and all efforts of physicians in Washington D C Springfield 111 aud St Louis failed to After six reduce the enlargement months constant treatment here my physician urged me to submit to a re moval of the gland At this critical moment n friend recommended SSS and laying aside a deep rooted preju Â¬ dice against all patent medicines I be Â¬ gan its use Before I had used one bot- Â¬ tle the enlargement began to disappear nnd now It is entirely gone though lam not through with my second bottle yet Had I only used your SSS long ago I would have escaped years of misery and saved over Jiso This experience is like that of all who suffer with deep seated blood troubles The doctors can do no rood and even their resorts to the knife prove either fruitless or fatal SSS is the only real blood remedy it gets at the root of the disease and forces it out perma nently SSS guaranteed purely vegetable Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A Real Blood Remedy is a blood remedy for real blood troubles it cures the most obstinate cases of Scrofula Eczema Cancer Rheumatism etc which other so called blood reme Â¬ dies fail to touch SSS gets at the root of the disease and forces it out per manently Valuable books will be sent free to any address by the Swift t 8peocCoAttMHsUIM - i sss Twice-a-Wec- k Fill a bottlo or common glass with urino and let it stand twenty four hours a sediment or settling indicatos an un- healthy condition of the kidnoys When SUFFERING Current Event ot the Week Iloth Great urino stains linen it is evidenco of kid Â¬ Thousands of nud Kmnll Collected Cnrnfiilly tf ney troubo Too frequent desiro to And Every Democrat Every Republican women ore Day at Homo and Abroad Fur This urinate or pain in the back is also coni Every Man Woman or Child who can troubled at Column vlncing proof that the kidneys and blad- - read will want to read it monthly inter- vals with pains Saturday dcr are out of order in the head Coal operators have agreed to an 8 MEANTlMttWK PREFER TO TAKB WHAT TO DO back breasts hour day after June 1 OUR CHANCE WITH THE CONSERVATIVE shoulders sides FIGHTING WITHIN THE Although very feeble Mr Qladstono There Is comfort in the knowledge so DEMOCRATS hips and limbs PARTV TO REFORM IT OF ITS EXCESSES took a drive Saturday But they need often expressed that Dr Keliners AND TO RESTORE IT TO ITS BETTER not suffer The Wilkinson bank of Marquette Swamp Hoot the great kidney remedy USES THAN TO PURSUE AN IONUS FATU These pains are symptoms of Mich hns closed its doors fulfils every wish In relieving pain In the vSWIIICII IKITHADDEEN MORE REAL dangerous derangements that President Dolo of Hawaii says his back kidneys liver bladder and every WOULD HAVE RESULTED IN THE RLKC can be corrected The men Â¬ TION INSTEAD OF THE DEFEAT OF THE government Is not menaced by Japan part of tho urinary passages It corrects strual function should operate Frank Coryell was convicted of mur- Â¬ inability to hold urine and scalding pain FREE SILVER FUSION IN 1096 AND WHICH painlessly WITH SINGULAR UNANIMITY THEVOT dering Mrs Helen BankB In Columbus In passing it or bad effect following use ERS HAVE REFUSED TO FOLLOW THE Ind of liquor wine or beer and overcomes COURIER JOURNALIS A DEMOCRAT NOT A The sultan will send 15000 soldiers unpleasant necessity of being com- Â¬ NOREPUDLICANl AND IT WILL UNDER CIRCUMSTANCES OR CONDITIONS to Palestine In honor of Emperor Wil- Â¬ that pelled to get up many times during the PURSUE A POLICY WHOSE O NLYFFECT liam makes menstruation painless night to urinate Tho mild and the ex- Â¬ IS TO CONTINUE THE RK UBLICAN 1Ilsa Taba Campbell of Jewell Ky and regular It puts the deli- Â¬ PARTY IN POWER cate menstrual organs in condi- Â¬ suicided because Ben Borden refused traordinary effect of Swamp Root is soon realized It stands the highest for its tion to do their work properly to marry her THRTWK E AWEEKCOUHIERJOURNAL And that stops all this pain A majority of citizens of Belleville wonderful cures of the most distressing Is a Democratic paper of six or tight psges Issued Why will any woman suffer If you need medicine you should Wednesday and Saturday of rach week The Ills have decided that temperance cases month after month when Wine Issue prints all the physiology shall not be taught In tho have the best Sold by druggists price Wedneidayissue prints Stories clean news nnd the Saturday of Cardui will relieve her It Miscellany Poetry all matters or special Interest In the hone Ills fifty cents and one dollar You may public schools costs frco at the drug store edited by Henry Wattcrson Why dont you get a bottle have a Famplo bottle and pamplet both Frldny to day John M Scott ex Justice of the su- Â¬ sent free by mail Mention the Breck For advice in cases requiring preme court oi Illinois Is dead You eet lei food papers of six or eight pages knmdok News and send your address to special directions address giv Â¬ Nelson Tucker shot and killed his Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y earn lor 1 less than one cent a paper ing symptoms The Ladies wife and then blew out his own brains The proprietors of this paper guarantee Advisory Department The the genuineness of this offer Chattanooga Mcdicino Co at Helena Ark Are given Club Rlsers and good paying com Chattanooga Tenn Eugene Burt the wife and child mur- Â¬ mssfons are allowed agents derer of Austin Tex has been granted BLOODY CLASS FIGHT Mrs R0ZENA LEWIS a stay of execution of Ocnatllle Texas nyil Btudents of Franklin College Ilave a Dally Courier Journal one year 000 Iwti troubled at monthly Internals Edward Shannon 70 of Belvldore Dally and Sunday one yenr - 8 00 In my head and back with tsrrlble pslns Iltelied Ilnttle Sunday alone one yenr - - but have baen entirely relieved by Wins Ills has been sentenced to death for - 2 00 Franklin Ind Jan 19 A class fight ol Cardui murdering his wife Which ended In a bloody riot took BJornstJorne BJornson Norwegian place among tho students of Franklin Twice-a-Week Courier Journal novelist has written Emlle Zola a let- Â¬ college the Baptist institution of congratulating htm ter AND TUB Indiana MATTINGLY Ex President Cloveland has pur- Â¬ The seniors and sophomores on one chased a tract of land near Princeton side nnd tho Juniors and freshmen on Items aro scarce but ennsbine is to be used as a game preserve tho other have been clashing for some BOTH ONK YEn scarcer Mrs A J Balrd a Christian scien- Â¬ tlmo and tho crisis came when the tist of Kansas City was fined 50 for Junior flag was seen floating over tho Mis O D Hambloton Tar Springe We have nude a special clubhfnar college falling to report a case ot diphtheria atrareemfnt was hero Friday HUH Tho senior sophomore crowd mount- Â¬ rend av iirafdticru vuiiciJIUIl4l namptlWill Richard J Hallornn a policeman ot that paper and curt Tor the trlce to W D Byan Tar Creek has been very nr by Miss ed tho roof ot the building and tore nil nits ibribcr w to will pay In advance n to St Louis was fatally shot all new subcriber who wiI pay In advance sick for the past two weeks ex- Â¬ tll down the banner precipitating an pie copy of CouierJonrnal sent frte on npplica Nellie Manlon who then shot herself flnn All itliBfnttnn Mrs C B Pate via very poorly last citing struggle liisb it- - Ii uHmiusiuiii uiiLci tlr iuitr must un Thursday sent to week but is better at this writing Later another 99 flag was run up Blizzard is raging In Colorado JNO D BABBAGE Miss Beatrice Taut Tar Creek spent At Marlon O Oliver Lindsay 81 over the courthouse It was torn down and a scrimmage ensued In the court- Â¬ Publisher Breckenridge News was found dead In a ditch Sunday with Miss Florence Wood house park 100 students taking part Robert Rankin oftho Pacific Naviga- Â¬ Heads wero broken faces cut and CLOVERPORT KY Mr William Brickey and wife spent company died at London tion Sunday with Mr and Mrs James Tnul A great crowd blood flowed freely Mr and Mrs J Sherman entertained witnessed the conflict The ofQcers WANTED AUENTM MIfs Esthor Frank spent Sunday on President and MrsMcKInley at dinner finally quieted the riot The Confederate Soldier In the Civil War Beech Fotk ha gu st of Miss Eflie Pate C C Watson an Ohio penitentiary 500 pages 12x10 Inches and over 1100 During the struggle the 5000 tele- Â¬ conn Scents Portraits Maps etc Tliero is strong talk of running a tele- Â¬ guard borrowed money from prisoners scope was badly damaged Further large Hattle largest war book ever published The greatest and and the only oe that dees justice to the Confederate phone wire from Ilardinsburg to this and skipped trouble Is expected soldier and the cause he fought or Agents wanted place delegation urged the every where to fell this book on our new and easy Wisconsin plan Many of the lady and gentlemen agents who nor Talmnce Married A protracted meeting brgin at Tar president to visit the Milwaukee expo- Â¬ are at from rer 50 to Pittsburg Jan 24 Rev T Do Witt month work are making and Daughters 200Vet- Â¬ Veterans Sons of Fork last Sunday conducted by Hev sition next June Talmage the noted divine of Wash- Â¬ erans and others interested ate requested to send Republicans of tho Maryland legis- Â¬ Phillips circular McCutch lor a brautilul illustrated descriptive Courier terms to agents Arldiess lature are still in a deadlock over the ington D C and Mrs Elore were uni- Â¬ free andJob Printino Co Louisville Ky eon Collier of Allegheny City Jack Tindall who discharged tho con- Â¬ senatorial election Journal ted In marriage here The ceremony tents of a shot gun into his foot some Ex Mayor Strong ot New York was was performed by Rev W J Robin- Â¬ time ago is able to be out again Pro- Â¬ elected president of the American son D D pastor of the First United Bev Willis of Grayson county tective Tariff league Presbyterian church preached an interesting eeruvm at the A Link tho embezzling ex- Â¬ Charles Â¬ Fined For Selling Liquor Tar Fork Christian Church tho third ecutor of the Huber estate under arMartins Ferry O Jan 24 C L THE rest at Rockford 111 will be returned Sunday in this month Rogers the United States express Bates Frauk have traded their saw to Columbus O agent at Flushing who Is charged with Wednesday mill engine to Dan Parrish for a largr Miss Harriet Keith Owens of Crab keeping a place wherein intoxicating one They will movo it to Jolly Station Â¬ Orchard Farm Ky suicided by shoot- Â¬ liquors are sold in violation of the lofor the purpose of running their Ihuring cal option ordinance was fined 100 ing mill costs by Mayor Michener and the Tho Ice carnival at Omaha was open- Â¬ and express company gave notice ot ap- Â¬ ed with not enough Ice on hand to cool UNFADING COTTON DYES peal a cocktail Whole Outilt Stolen George J Gould Is serving on the O Bellefontalne Jan 24 Henry Special Fast Diam ond Dyes for Cotton federal grand Jury in Trenton N J Hayes a farmer loaded his wagon up A STRAIGHT at 2 per day DEMOCRATIC That Will Not Wash Oat With All the national guard and youth of with about 00 worth of poultry ready Â¬ NEWSPAPER 20 years or more of Chile have been to go to market bright and early DurSoap or Fade in the Sun- Â¬ ing the night thieves stole wagon called to arms Endorsed by the last Convention as the light Nellie R Goodwin was granted an poultry and all official Organ of Democracy absolute divorce from Nat C Good- Â¬ Little Child Outraged Augusta KyJan 24 William Dud- Â¬ It is absolutely impossible to gt a fast win In New York Captain Murphy of the steamer Lau ley negro outraged the and satisfactory color on cotton from the For the Free Coinage of Silver same dyes as used for woolen good and rada was found not guilty of filibus- Â¬ daughter of Mrs Albert Bravard and was in the act of murdering the child For the Chicago Platform for that reason Diamond Dyes have a tering at Wilmington Del Henry E Strait notorious swindler when Its motherappeared on the scene specially propared Hue of fast colors for For the Democratic Nominees wanted in Pennsylvania Maryland and cotton that will give perfect satisfaction Tried to Kill Ills Wife New York escaped from the Jersey For the Interests of the Masses Toledo 0Jan 24 Jet Mitchell Jr Be sure to get the fast cotton dyes and City Jail at- Â¬ one of the citys noble 400V6 you can make colore that even washing Tuesday tempted to kill his wife and she had in string soap suds and exposure to the All the Latest Telegraphic News Jacob Frund of Bluo Earth Minn him locked up He is a victim ot the sunlight will not fade suicided by shooting cocaine habit All the Latest State News Do not risk spoiling jour good with A bloody class fight occurred at dyes that claim to color both cotton anil Franklin Ind college An Old Hermit Killed All the Latest Market Reports wool with the same dye an they are liaAshtabula O Jan 24 John Huzzy Dr Simmons of St Louis shot and an old resident living a hermit life ble to ruin jour material aud cause the wounded Emll Davidson was instantly killed by a Lake Shore Correct Court Reports loes of your timo and work Some deal 60 year franchise has been granted A ers try to sell new nnd untried dyes in a street railroad company In Jollct train at Ashtabula depot Correct Market Reports phce of the old reliable Diam it d Dye Ills WONDERS OF SCIENCE Honest Editorial Policy THE West Virginia miners were accorded but this is simply because they can buy full privileges in the Chicago confer- Â¬ them cheaper than the Diamond Lung Troubles and Consumplloa Can be The Weekly Louisville Dispatch and ence Cured the Breckenridge News one Sureties Released The Bakers union of Chicago has year for 175 A derision rendered by Judg Itichie begun war against the American Bis- Â¬ An Eminent New York Chemist and Scienreleases from liability the sureties in the cuit company tist Makes a Free Offer to Our M J Daugherty a Pittsburg com case of tbo Louisville Leaf Tobacco Ex Readers merlcal traveler suicided by hanging change against Thomas P Mj r Co In Zanesvllle O Judge 11 cbte held that Mrs J D Head The new city directory gives Indian Â¬ Tho distinguished New York chemist ley wife of J D Ileadlev of the Qtm apolis a population of 194700 n gain T A Slocum demonstrating his discov Â¬ could not he held as surety for her hus of 14070 during the last year ery of a rellablo and absolute cure for band This defect in the bond of course During a dance in St Louis a young Consumption pulmonary Tuberculosis released all the other sureties The lady fainted while waltzing and a few and all bronchial throat lung and amount involved was about 4 000 moments later gave birth to a child chest diseases stubborn coughs catarrhal Monday A METROPOLITAN affections general decline and weakness Another Good Man Gone Wrong The Ycster block in McKeesport Pa loes of flesh and all conditions of wast Â¬ He failed to use Foleys Kidnoy Cure was burned Loss 100000 A It Fisher or his Kidney complaint France refuses to publish tho alleged ing away will send THREE FREE BOT Â¬ NEWSPAPER TLES all different of his New Discov confession of Captain Dreyfus H A Shellmnn Stephens Cloverporl any nfllicted reader of the Beeck Thoroughly Equipped With Ei Congressman Benjamin S Hoop- Â¬ eries to port j Gordon Haynes Patesville E bnkidoe News writing for them er died suddenly nt Farravllle Va A Witt Hardi tsburg baa Every Fxicility to Keep You His New Scientific Treatment Two men wore fatally Injured by a ONLY FOR a SHORT Tint boiler explosion at a distillery in Lou- Â¬ cured thousands permanently by its Daily Posted Upon All the timely use and he considers it a simple isville Events the World Two Papers Less Than Price of One James E Berry millionaire tramp ot professional duty to suffering humanity Bally ecift Sunday 6 mgs 3 6 yr Pnducah Ky is dead from tbo effects to donate a trial of his Infallible cure Science daily develops new wonders 3 ally with Sunday six mos 4 I yr We lave made a Clubbing Bate with of a fall John Matthews murdered his wife and this great chemist patiently experi Tho Louisville Weed the 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