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THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS VOL XXI CLOVERPOET KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL 7 1897 NO 38 Never Let up on Your Advertising FRANKFORT Keeping Constantly at it is What Brings Sueeess Home Happiness f i morning then comes tho inevitable ad Whilo denouncing intoxicants party DISCOVERED A GAVE BRANDENBURG journment I pmllct that the session he was as well feeling his way for tho will last until the full tlmo limit and Mr J D Hardin has been sick at land of milk and honey for his own Railroad Workmen Find theCnuso of Hint there will then be a mad rush to party Well of course he must belong Frankfort Their Washouts hurry through hills many of which will to tho Prohibition party for that is tho Mrs Lynn Linton Says it Has Bo Mrs 1 F Woolfolk Is much Improved A Breezy Gossipy Letter From nover see daylight and all will wind up only ono we could trust to Insure that its in health come Somewhat Obsoloto from The Hawesville llilrdealer in a cloud of dust it has been a dusty candidates would make a canvass withThe State Capital Mrs J W Richardson has relumed out the julco of corn apples githcriiig almost from tho start Tho railroad people last week discov- Â¬ No c from J Hereon county ered tho cause of the frequent washouts other party has adopted a platform upon I trust tho modesty of tho editor will whicn have occurred just above this city Oullnoss and Idlonoss Havo Boon Mr airrl Mrs V F Grlnnell spent n which the candidates so stand I be- not prevent tho publication of a pleasant ever since the railroad was built It wilt day or two in IiOuisvllle this week llovo tliu day will como when the Pro- Â¬ lis Worst Foos She Declares What the Senators and Represen- - little compliment heard paid him lust be remembered I that the road bed at this Missis Annie Bondurant and Mabel hibition party will bo in power I be- Â¬ Friiay night in the capital hotel A place lies at base of a bill probable 200 tatlves aro Doing and Hardin Henry Nevltt and ISeall Grin- - lieve the whisky qu stlou will in course well known Pennyrlle politician was feet high while on tho opposite sido is Tho Eminont Objector Also Has nell spent Sui day with Miss Jimmie of time be made a national one And Saying talking of the make up of the next Leg- Â¬ tho Ohio river with an abrupt bank then aud not until then will intoxicants Leo Woolfolk Her Little Rap at the Up- 1 regret that John making a scene resembling Hudson river islature Said lie be relegated to the background Such a Mr and Mrs Chns Drury of Bewley Babbago hits refined to make the raco For years ewry very hard rain the track To Dato Woman canvass as this last will hasten it Now vllle were guests of Mrs John Frakes is a fine time to agitate the topic I am Our Own Charlie Blanford Is Mak- Â¬ for Representative from Bteckenridge at the above named place has slipped last Saturday and Sunday Mrs Drury Ho is a safe and conservative Democrat and at times the entire bed would seem convinced that every candidate in tho made a most plexsant Impression hero and Is Popular ing a Record Once n word by which to conjuro and a man of such thorough convictions to movo toward tho river costing tho lato campaign was disgusted with the The literary and musical exercises at proceedings I do not term it buying for that nobody could moyo him from the company much money and annoyance homo happiness has ot Into becomo Doing Good Honest Work vantage ground of right I hope he will List week it was concluded by tho en- Â¬ coniowhat obsoloto nod out of dite Brandenburg Normal every Friday night votes With the present ballot a man reconsider and let the Democrats and gineer of the road to put in a bridge at The times nro rcstle old landmarks continue to attract lnrge audiences an who would promise n vote for a quart of havo been everywhere disturbed old Republicans elect him for I know of this troublesome point ana work was habits havo been abandoned and tho evidence that they nro not waning in whisky could not be trusted nt the polls THE SENATORIAL CONTEST A DEAD LOCK several Democrats who had been pledged begun Some of tho hands noticed a shibboleths uro changed Tho charm of interest A certain element that expect induceRepublican votes for Babbage That is stream of water coming to tho surface quietness lias pouo mid tho niiiin joy of Breckenrldgondd Hardin county teach- Â¬ ments for support would not hesitate to an evidence of how much wo think of under the river bank and it was decided life now consists in excitement and ers will meet the Meade County Associ- change at the eleventh hour I do not to follow this up and see wlioro it came rapid movement Nothing is ten fust ation at Big Springs tho third Saturday believe a Democratic nominee on the John From our Special Correspondent from Excavating from where the water for modern requirements nud nothing1 in this month A largo crowd and n track would have willfully influenced n Fbankfokt Ky April 15 1897 The can stay too short a time Fashions of pleasant profitable time is anticipated The friends of St John Boyle are showed and under the toad bed to a every boy to drink or maliciously caused a continues to Senatorial kind nro ns fleeting its clouds going to make a supreme eilort to pull depth of probably seven feet the work- Â¬ driven by tho wind mid tho conjurers Tho Womens Missionary Society will man to get drunk It has simply be- Â¬ whirl but every turn shows tho same pauoramic picture of slowly moving So through the Senatorial needles eye this men found a cave in tills mammoth hill Presto pass I emblematizes tho in meet next Friday nt Mrs S O Malins como a custom to dispense tho Obe joy- Â¬ week I do not think anybody can win the mouth of which lias no doubt been cessant transformations of tho hour All Ilio meetings nre very pleasant the ful nnd it is carried to excess almost unIoub who follow the same impotent circle every day with the same chaotic re- Â¬ until Hunter is withdrawn and unless lost to the gaze of man since the cave sedentary employments nro banished members nre nil intelligent enthusiastic consciously Every man woman can- Â¬ the well to do nud sult As it completes the circuit each he is Informed from Washington in un- Â¬ dwellers shut up shop and surrendered from tho homes ofpainting which onco spiritual minded earnest workers Vis- didate nud nominee regret it Its n even muslo and fearful stigma on our couuty but who welcome day the crowds disperse and prepara- equivocal terms that he must quit the their ignorance to the better brains of usod to heguilo tho weary hours and itors are If tho pcoplo de tions are immediately put on foot for a race I do not think hu will uubndle and succeeding races Mr Stuart IVcklnpaugh clerk on the at last is to blame nmuso tho lengthened Icisuro of tho The entrance to this queer hole in tho sheltered maid und wifo nro now aban liko pel formanco the next day It is the dismount Hunter knows what n way Ragon was here last Sunday He evi- Â¬ maud it the nominees of tho democratic party hearkened Reform tho people most expensive flying Dutchman the blocking obstaclo to the pinnacle he ground is within four feet of the road doned for tho ratter attraction of dently is in rjuist of n Golden Girl hiking cricket tho platform or nny did you ever rend tho pretty book by and they will reform How reform people f Kentucky have had to stand owns and he is in no hurry to drop it in hud and probably six feet below and the py for in some time however and they 11 waiting lap of an enemy of his own pmt of the cave is therefore the property other humimnscnliiio diversion that in- Gnlliene nud he has hit the enchanted then Put tho party in power that de Â¬ si mil party But I look for fl mm of the L II St L R R company If cludes movement it ml out of door frco spot our town abounds iu such com- nounce it The Democrats the Repub are beiiimlng to get wry tired of the liiaus the Pupuhsu should on one issue the clmng s in the chess board moves this tho cve should prove to be a large an a loin with n spico of notoriety to muko modities and he lias dis overed one how which seems cnntiiiJous t it tho moro attractive With very many agree no whiaky used in a campaign stock In trade of tin bo political barn- Â¬ wok that will probably result in the it would I o the property of half a dozn tho frank confession is homo happi Mr Burtou gives his pupils some fine then nil would be changed Every stormers Dr Hunter is just as far from stu Miig of the wily Doctor and tho dillereut people as the surface of the ness is a myth Homo has no hnppinoss hoisting up of Boyle If bo thero inaybu land containing the vacancy is owned in to jive nud Anywhero but homo is lectures A good one was Dont worry woman in the land would urge It I ambitions goal to dy as he was three They tny about Dont bother ovor like the Rev Djnald Grants tho cry of tho modern bister unit daugh- gossip if weekB ago and I see little chance for his some uioi i deadlocking but of a slightly that manner jou nre pursuing the right path last Nkws Let tho churches article in Quite - a number of people among ter moving up even a peg It is u partuuu dillereut character bo tern 11 W J Tho strong family feeling that was and doing jour honest duty People peranco societies no need of others whuui were several old miners who have deadlock bred by dissension in the Re who deal In gossip nro not to bj feared always lived here visited the place Sun Â¬ nourished in tho concentration of tho Let every Christian Protestant nnd publican party aud born of petty jealous- Â¬ wno will betray n friend who has Whether its a stubborn cod or just a day and examined the place as best quieter life has gone tho saiuu way lis People in the same pot house aggregation ies snlfll you can cure it for good witli Dr quietness and ouo of the first en spoken in confidence are not to be trust Catholic denounce whisky used impropth y could None of them over remem that erly and a great revolution will roll over Bells lino Tar Honey This famous bered having seen or heard of tho place deavors of a girl after Mm has returned ed uny n I ere Every morning some new rumor about remedy taken in time will stop thise United States such as the Refor- Â¬ the prog- One can see almost 100 feet into the from her colleginto career is to find Mr aud Mrs Siix Richardson of Wolf mation of Frauce Christians are the employment that shall tako her from the alleged outcomo of this long drawn ress of consumption aud bring the color green hill but the roof is not moro than homo removo from her tho restraints Creek have arrived to reside perma ones to bear the btandard aud lead to out struggle is set fell tat aud each rumor of hentli to tho pallid cheek Mr Richard Â¬ victory aud will bo three feet high and the bottom being of family life givo her work among nently in BiHiideuburg seems less sensible than the other For it done in tho great very muddy no one cared to venture in strangers nud personal liberty ns tho son is in Cincinnati to purclia e his future instance I heard Saturday morning that DO YOU SPRAY About half way back there seemed to he taproot of nil Her happiness is to bo ns spring supply and will open up at Allens the Republicans expected to desert Or as is possible to copy liko n young A Word or Two Hunter to day for Blackburn and insure The Only Way to Get Perfect Fruit a curve both to the right and left and his dress so minins the police will al- Â¬ old Maud East Alain We welcome Mr fur and Mrs Richardson to our town nud to suff rers from catarrh will not be hero stalactites may be seen som the low to iuiittito his maimers adopt his that knightly balers re election but Best Formula Best Time wisli them tureisH aud prospeiity shape of a funnel and quite a largo amiss if a cure can be o He red Elys this was too silly to find lodgement in the so slang nud to huvo his experiences Mrs 11 A Powell and daughter Miss Cream Balm has becomo a favorite in nil Best Apparatus Etc these stalactitles are a beautiful golden far as this is possible considering tho only rustic It brain of a Miss Lida lias sections of the United States Your cold color caused by copperas water constant- Â¬ ditTcrcuco of sex Of the old fashioned Lida are in Louisvillo ssrves to show however just how busy A careles s use of strong spraying mix Â¬ ly trickling down their smooth bodies notions of homo seclusion nud homo gone in the inter st of her lady custom- intlie head will bo quickly rolieved by pullers and correspondents wire the On the other Ride of this hill or rango happiness sho has not a trace Home is ers who are iu need of late touts are from the first of the week uutil tures is fnquontly as harmful as the In- Â¬ it and the severest attack ot catarrh will to her synonymous with deadly dullness dresses Never were stylis more artistic yield to and be perfectly of night are making lights sects and fungi whose destruction is of small mountains there was a hole a cured by a thor- Â¬ the shades how any ouo or more bewildering hut this town cnu nud she cannot understand ough treatment Catarrh is not a blood The peo- Â¬ sought Hence the need of caution in few years ago near tho foot of Main over found it otlierwite Her mothers necessary on Saturday eve street At flood times when the back ndvico tho despises as ridiculously out supply them Miss Hallie Dowdy is also disease but an inflammation of the pas ple have about lo3t interest in the preparing and applying Before the buds open a Bolution of cop- Â¬ water would come up the branch trom of sages of the nose and throat due to cli- Â¬ result of the party swatting and the at- Â¬ date Her father knows nothing of in the city Mr Editor I really wih I had all the matic changes tendance at the joint session is gradually per sulphate freely applied to trees and the river water would fbw into this tho world Hor brothers if thoy would vines destroys many of the spores seeds hungry hole as long as the water was check her uro prigs or jealous nud just Brandenburg babies in n ring and pos Â¬ I may say rapidly diminishing of fungi that winter on the wood thus high enough to reach it and the thirst liko men Her one grand aim is to get sessed a kiuetoscope the Senators would HAWESVILLE away from homo ns soon as may bo und object to catching babies to send you The unchecked extravagance of the rendering the fruit and leaves less liable of the cavity never seemed to bo satisfied to find iicr happiness uuywhcio hut un the pictures Theres Susie Carter HarItawtiviIIe PLilndcaler Republicans Federal State and munici- Â¬ to attack For trees and grapevines dis- This cavity has been coyered over for der tho piiternal roof solve one pouud of tho copper sulphato some time but it is no doubt an avenue The season for tho tobacco houses is pal is something alarming and is a men- Â¬ is trim that souio homes nro deadly rington a little beauty blonde James It W Haines brunette fine fellow and about closed nud the purchases delivered ace to the foundation of the various in- Â¬ blue vitriol in fifteen gallons of water to the railroad cove and the belief is dull Wliero tho parents nro unsympn For peach and nectarine trees use twenty-- that the entire mountian is a yawning thotio nud self indulgent mid huvo suf- Â¬ Lewis L Richardson all in a batch and this will throw quite a number of men stitutions of the State It is a pertinent gallons of water abyss filled with the skeletons of prehisfered themselves to full into tho very all line specimeus of babyhood Ill gel out of work question that I have ask myself more Ave The principal preparation for destroy- toric people bottomless pits etc It lothargy of solflBhnes tho young pcoplo them nil iu the sweet bye aud bye Jerry Martin bought the resideuce of tuan once in the last few days How We of tliis place wt re pleased to see John Adridge Tuesday Uncle Jerry long will the people endure the orgy of ing fungi is the Bordeaux mixture The may be a continuation of the mammoth nro often at n loss for outlets propor to of their ngo nud unworn ener- Â¬ tho extravagance which seem to grow more active agent in this is the salt of copper cave as the two ranges of hills aro only gies vigor longer nblo to participate iu the most complimentary notice In these seems to be putting his pension where No columns ot last Issue taken from wasteful as the weeks go by it will do most good I am not it contains If used too strong or made 40 miles apart tho livolier things of life miiuy parents 8 that the proper chemical combination about our friend D W One thing is certain and that is the of this selfish kind nro prono to forbid urnal A letter from Dave Powers says his a calamity bowler but I do know that there has been much needless expense does not take place tho foliage is brown railroad people have discovered the cause all that thoy thomselves cannot enjoy Fairleigh Dayid was reared iu this lit- chances of being appointed Consul Gen of all their troubles and have according- Â¬ Thoy disiiko tho very contemplation of tle city of hills received his early edu eral to Mexico ure growing brighter day of late in the conduct of public affairs ed or the young fruit is injured the plain copper sulphate solution will ly remedied it activities once delightful and now oithor cation here and wo all have cause to be Oy day A Senator from Kentucky is all It has not broken the back of progress When the cave is explored and ar- irksome or impossible mid would roduco priud of him asa lawyer citizen and a tie needs I do not mean anything as startling as kill fungi but will also kill all tender own low level of decayed vitalThis is the fiist tlmo iu the history of that but it has started murmurings that and fruit growth as well It must there ranged the Texas people will probably to thoirthat abounding spriug nil that kind warm hearted genial friend He ity nil to le be much diluted and changed in run excursions down here It is hoped suporb freshness und vigor of thoyoungor will wear rojally all honors placed upon this city that a mail could say anything were not heard before in bucu dissatis composition To do this lime aud more that Col McCraeken will place either bis brow tie pleased without fear of making any- Â¬ fled tones generation hence tho children aro ovor water are added Rain rain I and still it rains those body mad You cant shoot at random Rldgeley Cayco or Harry Mordue at the strictly kept nud there is not sufficient To prepare the Bordeaux mixture entrance to take tickets as the job nllownuco mmlo for tho dilferouco bo poor biiUVrers down South are sick with without hitting a candidate Tl at was a pretty story started about George Newmau is working a large tween youth nud tho other sido of ma hopo deferred the wnole face of the would suit either Gov liradley resigning and retiring to right use six pounds copper sulphate turity bctwoen tho natural desiro of eaith as it were covered with that ele lorcu on his now mill in Happy Hollow the shade of private life to enjoy a lucra- four pounds of lime and f irty gallons ot tho unworn young for nmuscuicute ox ment which woiks as much destruction and it will be ready for busmtss in a GARFIELD tive law practice It sounded well and water Fix in memory the figures 0 140 porienco and somothing to do and as fire Out Wtsi terrific winds are play Â¬ and you have it In making always use short time He will ruu a feed store iu I am sure the Governor was considering that weariness of tho wornout flosli Irvie Richardson is in Louisvillo visit- - which makes plonsnro pain desires to ing havoc with property nud human connection and improve that locality it seriously but he realized that it would wooden vessels Into one put four gal- Â¬ A cave lias been discovered aboye the do his enemies too much good so quiet Â¬ lons of wator and suspend in t a coarse ing friends havo no moro exporiouco and finds iu beings Wonder why thtse things have near the surface six pounds of cop-Â¬ and these interior problems nre town Warnie Macy spent a few days in LouThe eutry looks as if it had beeu IiIb trunk and informed the ba something to do unmitigutod boro to be ly unpacked doni and fatigue Such a homo is not not auswertd by exterior fjrcs We used as a coal bank but if bo it was years lioys at the state House that he would be per sulphate into tho other put the four isville last week J H Nichols of Louisville spent a happy in good sooth and tho moro rest dout know we never will but wo must before the memory of the oldest inhabi- Â¬ 1n town for several days and the mush pounds of lime newly burnid not air less spirits ruu away whilo tho Jess on abjure pttsuuism uud cjnieism iu all tant It will be tully explored as soon xoom candidates for his seat might bo in- slaked and slake it vy pouring In a little few days here last week withpeovish their furuib put fiom our minds all con as the water will permit Mis Ellzi Hook and Miss Macy was ergotio routentthonuelves formed that be would waut It for his own water Keep It stirred about in the wancss tears inmentntions and grum Â¬ side riliouH ot the ter and when it warms up aud begins to in town last Sunday afternoon complexities of human Rumor sayeth that ayouug Hawtsville use nud do no good blings that havo no cud lifo We must uuiavel all by a tri man and a lovely Lewisport girl will be crumble pour in more water and stir Prof D S Roberta passed through our Nor is tho homo happy wlioro idlo Speaker BlanforJ la one popular Re- Â¬ briskly and do not allow it to dry slake town last Saturday afternopn for bis ncss is tho presiding genius Tho idlo umphant optimism which no blatiatitB marriid uext month and build a home as well as tho ovorresrrictcd long for can ubi sh or criticism dishearten With in this city Same rumor sajs a Ilawea publican member lie has as warm or its usefulness will be destroyed home MrsS E Whitworthis in Louisvillo that something to do without which dibtrtts uud anguish elsewhere Nature villu girl aud u Lewisport man will be friends among the silver Democrats as in When slaked add enough water to make ias with up jusi uow ail intoxicating married nt the same time uud live iu his own party He went up to Wood- four gallons in all Careful experiments this week purchasing her spring stock of tho energies of youth food on thomsolvcs aud turn to poison iu tho procoss An Illusion that of turning over n new leal Lewisport show that the bst way to gyt these two millinery ford county Sunday to speud the day necessarily discontentor In ginning u uew lite and wu all feel A Republican mass ineetiyg was hold J 11 Moredock has the agency lor the idlo hnusohold is with Col John Andrew Steele and re- Â¬ ingredients together so that a perfect chemical union will take place is to pour wonderful Pearl Bryan book Has them ed nud uncomfortublo und when timeÂ¬ the lovely rupture of a newborn resolu at the court house tsaturday for the pur- Â¬ turned this morning via Lexington Mr hangs hoavy tho chances nro that tem pose of condemning Governor Bradley Blanford is a hard worker is chairman them iu two streams together into a bar- Â¬ in hisofilce for sale pers turn sour it is tho wuy of human tiou aud Is iiiere any rapture like it ConMies Eddie Scott one of Harned Sta Â¬ imturo in goucrul - officio of tho committee on rules and rel stirring brltkly all the whilo tho law of lifo boiug ti resolution to take up life anew and aud the six Legislators who are prevent exiios the appointment ot the committees tinue to stir until the mixture shows a tions fair belles was shopping in our ouo of nctivo doing never rustiug from holm io the good angel of our thougtns j ing the election of a senator Tuis is be soino form of energy Else aro there the keeping everything fresh cleaiislug auu lug done utl over the State but a three lie has taken much interest in the reve- uniform dark blue color Before apply Â¬ town last Thursday MIrs Lottie Compton returned home dooay und corruption of tho orguuio nnd burnishing our miuds j getting lid of all cornered piece of pie judiciously and lavnue bill aud has been activo in further ing add thirty two gallons of water It tho granitla Immobility tho unfrult aud with ishly administered would have moro in- Â¬ ing the funding bill providing for there may be left in Its strong state and diluted with Miss Blanche Claycomb where she fulness of tho inorganic Aud hero wo uukind or unholy thought as needed adding f mr parts of water to will visit a few days ihu harbingers of spring take up our fluence is me of State warrants with six par cent ot touch on ouo of tho main paints Mrs F M Board and daughter Katie cro b io ihiuk only greut thoughts have William Brothers Company haveab6ut interest until paid lie camo down out one part of the mixture homo happiness tho converse boing The Bmleaux is effective against noar visited her sister Mm Thos U Bandy homo misery wherever found For wo oily moods mellow ides Would such eouipletul tho retervolron Trabue hill of the chair to make a speech iu the in- Â¬ near Irvlugton last Saturday and Sun may tako it as a truth four squaro to a genial nililude of mind were forever for the water works It is said that the terest of the retrenchment bill which ly all plant diseases of a fungous nature day But it must be remembered that fungi nil the winds of eccoutrio dootriuo that oural company will oustruct an immense cis- Â¬ A A Rclmrdson Garfield Is tho placn lias for iU purpose the chopping down of Uncle JohnathaiiV answer to Mr tern near the pottery aud utiliza the wablow that tho main foundations of Millinerv a spe all public officials salaries Mr Ulan quickly enter the tissues aud spread in for all kinds of good Country homo happiness nro laid iu occupation Jones iu last isnuo of this paper had one ter from the famous Cool Spring first fords rulings up to this time have been side the plant A fungicide cannot do cialty A firstinoaig milliner good produce taken exuhango for nud order By occupation wo do not guiding principle an under current ruuning the spring water into the cistern regarded as fair and tqutUble aud he is llin It is effective only on the suiface moan nn overlostiug rouud of serious wlilcfi was G 8 Hook plainly visible That article aud then pump ng it to the reservoir an altogether satisfactory piosldlug ofll and for tills rtason must be on the leaf last Saturday returned from Louisvillo He has been them un mid arduous labor but a continuity of was cer or fult about as soon as the spores of the der a doctor having his eyes troated for written by Hie brain uud heart of a The ideu for this is to get pure water and ho it work for one somethiug to do fungi or even before It is in fact thA past week he now wears gluts a and hour aud play for another Idlo livos mun iu downright earnest for Ids own save tho cost aud trouble ot filtration In a hit daji tftt yll b nnloadiny chiefly useful as a preventive of disease js much improved nud disorderly habits destroy real pcaco Unit thtlr Will reto ncommodinf As foliage develops rapidly in the spring as suroly as ruts will dostroy tho farm Â¬ Whtn ha ladtr goadingyard population iu tbq egg aud tho tho new growth must be onated with the Will the limit rul nWte chick ns sparrows will piolc off tho proteollvH mixture After heavy rains Itw Selou grumtle Tbn will tender heads ot tho huddiug blossoms I lie must he repeated prajlng Anhey eaiHM pH wkei c rumble Who can bo happy who has neither fn spraying for biting and chewing in Bui lw1 ha rate UW a nimble method nor occupation whoso times are II Thougto itKtjllxruwJ imilltJwru haaoe axd seiitu aa well sa for fungi it is a good m M TO have an absolute unfixed aud whose hours oa unfilled TW Kwtor r plan Jp add four aunties of Paris grt en io remedy for Consumption By Hj timly uw That old mlnge about satun fiuding WlUi ttte advent of Spring that most forty or fifty gallons of Bordeaux some mischief still for idle bauds to When thousanda of hoptlesi cases have Ui already iwahjant upldwute Wwit fxver1 the Bordeaux la Hot twed four ounce of permanently cured Soproof posl4lv am I do is as true now as when it was first consider H my CUREC0H5TIPATKM BtrwtktrmMlHtt Uw Gmat As the poison ahquld tie diluted with sixty of ttspowtf that I to those of voirduty to spoken Bat we may add to this mis tmd Ivo bottbi frt readers Mwbly ami MAitr frf beiM are Ht4r nraeventy chief ot tho huudstho aold blood and rlve gallons ot water- - Ii ap who have ConeumptionThfoat Broacbtal or to ftp ttw m KWrpifHl JW iiixict sour Iibihom of the heart and tamper ALL tuey ww wroe me imv atnti ThMMwi iwwwud mwHv In plying the wtvakeetio utlen to pWKUne TrouWe I Iu Idleifow all manner of evil tbougkla 40 utMinawltMMi Mt a m iwxo SiP at ni itiarlaea a awtof thiek wllk f T A aucvx K root m tmi at - vwfc tukawfeeatand spring ap like tpxw astosg mm 4mwU1 V ufckd TIm tiBnii A mt mm ma Um Hw the in h garden w i amd tatmmA Mk mtk Mw Lywu Linte Â¬ V POWDER Celebrated for its great leavening itrenfrth and Assures the food against alum and healthfulness all forms of adulteration oommon to the cheap brands ROYAL FlAKrNO Absolutely Pure fOttDER CO NEW YORK A MAN WITH A TOOTHACHE Â¬ Â¬ merry-go-roun- d tho Drug Clerk and the Clerk People who nover had n toothooho cannot appreciato this story And pcoplo who nover had ntootlmcho havo no busi ness to brag nbout their salvation boing Dccrll Â¬ lr art Icedy on secure Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ alas Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ V Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tho man of this story went to tho drug clerk of ouo of the oldest houses in tho city That is only nn incident Ho went thero becnuso it was nearer than any Jthcr drug store I wnnt something said tho suffer- Â¬ er to citM my nchiuK tootho My dentist is out of tho city today aud I only wnnt to get something that will stop tlio pntu nntil ho comos hack TJiat was a cowardly lio Ho know ho had no dentist Ho know ho had suf Â¬ fered nt intervals with that tooth for years nnd becnuo ho wns afraid of n dentist But ha did not want tho drug man to think lie wns n coward So ho invented this lio in order to get nny thing that wonldgivo him surconso from pain for tho time Ho know if lio could do thut lie would sit down nlono somo wliero nnd chuckle to himself that ho had won another victory over nn old tooth nnd without sooing a dentist And ho could say ns bo hud said before I do not havo to go to n toothers dentist I am my own dentist Thero is nothing n mini can do of which ho will bo prouder tlinu knocking out n toothiicho without resorting to tho don tist Wliioh tooth is it nsked tho man in tho drug store I dout soo what difforouco that makes to you Isnt it enough for yoa to know I havo n toothnoho It tho tooth is n hack ono and has a cavity it can bo treated witli moro ease and I might givo you something differ Â¬ ent for such n tooth Now if it is n front Well it is not n front ono Sou guessed it right in tho first plnco It is n hack tooth wrcok at that and it has n cavity as big as tho end of a water main Now what elso do yon wnnt to Â¬ V know Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Courier-Jo- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ V 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ How long havo you had it Had what tho tootbacbo or the cavity Tho toothache Always had it It was aching when it cut its way through tho gum It has never douo anything but ncho You said your dentist is treating itl Yes I did say that Dog tako it man what of that It hns takon mo 40 years to concludo to havo it troated If u tooth of inino nctod liko that I would havo it out Would you Say did you ovor havo n tootlutcho nnd whnt has this to do witli your giving mo somothing for this tootli of niiuo What is it to mo what you would do I uni fixing yon somothing now that will give yon lellef uutil your dontist comes hack Tho man with tho nohing molar chuckled Hero is your lncdicino Well nny directious on tho bottle No If you havo had n toothaoho of ton you will kuow how to use it Of courso you wont drink it Woll I havo takon drinks for it You nover swnllowcd anything liko this If you had you wouldnt bo horo now Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ V Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ hr roDsi PliOD its il Â¬ obccifo MY What is it poison Why n skull nnd crossbones ou that label Ill havo you arrested You fuke a littlo cotton saturato it with this and put tho cotton in tho cav- Â¬ ity nnd tills will givo you rest until your dontist roturns Woll what is it I want to know what I am taking for u toothache Yoa druggists kill were peoplo than tho Brooklyn trolley lines Havo you got nny cotton to go witli it I onn givo you gonio cottou I dout ask you to givo it to me Ill pay Oil nol Wo nlwnys givo n pinch of cottou with ii bottlu of this modioiuo Pinch bo blowedl I want u bale of it and I wnnt nbout n gullou of this remedy Tho old thing is just killing mo now Tho druggist gavo him a ball of cot- Â¬ tou nud tho customer litorally rushod out forgetting to pick up his change What did you give him wo asked Water und peppermint Tho next day tho customer was on Fifth avenue wheu ho mot n friend to whom lio said Ive kept a dontist from making a foe I dont boliovo in rushing to a tooth carpeutor when I huvo a toothaoho I am my own dentist Ivo won again old man Oost ino n qunrtcr Lets go in and blow iu tho difference Now York Sun dont yon put Is that so CATHARTIC i Umw w0 tt w4 Ilorso Ueef Tho United States consul at Reims Franco says that English horse ftioat la put up iu oatw iu Holland and after American labels are pasted ou tho onus they nro shipped to France aud other neighboring countries When horses iu Kugland have beeotne bo old and wom Â¬ an t that they ate no longer of any bm they are shipped to the owning footed In Holland Abeat 9666Qbetiea aa seed la tuts way every yer OC Hie stuff ii not aold aa ham u lue otuuMtl lieet V 6 Breckenridge News 7 1897 THES SIX PAGES NOTICE BRKOKHNRIDGB NEWS 0QOVElRFORT KT GLENDEANE WEDNESDAY AfRIL the most respectable representative out of tho lot but it seems that tho Frank tort gang nro against anything that is respectable 8TEPHENSP0RT JOeftS SertS SQefl8 SJelTfl HlflMMlJffi uffi ajeflS JOeftS SlJffi ffleflS SBeflS SlJjffi ffleftS Itates for announcement In these colnmna are s lollowt Caih In adrance in every case tox Circuit Judge or Attorney County Office HARDINSBURG L H W TIME TABLE it S CtRCUIT 1UDOH I am a candidate for re election at Circuit Judge of the 9th Judicial District tubject to the action of I recognize the Chicago the Democratic party riatibrm of 1896 at the true exponen of Democratic T KMHEAT1I principle ooiko win PsiienKer Daily arr IlrdlniWgllJl pm HOMO HIT Psntnger Dally arr lUrdlnibnrg 7i0 am January ttt 1897 COMMONWEALTHS ATTOHNEY lam a candidate for re election to the office of Commonwealths Attorney of the 9th Judicial Dis trkt ol Kentucky tubltct to the action of the WEED SCIIHIF Democratic party FOIl SENATOH authorized to announce KL1SHA ASH VY CKAFT at a candidate for the btate Senate tubject to the action of the Democratic aty rE are Try Dr Shoops remedies Mrs Rosco Eskrldge is visiting in Meade county Mrs Sim McGary is visiting in Louis Â¬ ville this week Dr Shoops remedies are proving the wouder of the ago Dr Shoops sarsaparllla and iron will purify your blood strengthen and give Mrs It B Pierce Cloverport was hero one day lost week visiting Mrs V Daniel To The Voters or The Ninth Judicial Di- Â¬ strict Beinff urged by my friends all oter the district who believe I was fairly nominated in i8ya 1 again announce myself as a candidate for Circuit Judge and ask your support I cannot juit now make n more lormal announcement as 1 wish first to get the Democratic committee to strike out of the call conditions Imposed on our gallant Iriends outside of the Democratic part who voted for W J llryan JAMKS MONTGOMERY Dr April J O Bush will 6 0 7 and 8th be In Hardinsburg Irvlngton April 0th and 10th Dancj the Dingley tariff Mil like it a little bit AVk wo dont are now paying pensions to 328 widows of soldiers of the war of 1812 Some of the girls in this town have taken to the violin They say it is their only chance to catch a bow Down in Georgia the other day a streak of lightning passed through ten fin men killing the eleventh man It was James Montgomery of Elizabethtown a chain gang hitched to a tree wrote to a friend here last week that he at eighty four would postively be a candidate for Old mau Gladstono rides a bycicle chops wood and plays Circuit Judge The high water on Rough creek near base ball all for the amusement of his grand children And thats the secret of Tates old mill has carried off a good his old age ho keeps in touch with the deal of fencing The water last week was higher there than it has been for several children years Clerk Owen Cunningham received a The News lias engaged a special cor respondent at Frankfort who will furn Â¬ letter from Speaker Blandford last Satur Â¬ ish us each week a spicy letter from that day in which he stated that a United point justnow tha center of great poli- Â¬ States Seuator would be elected this week tical agitation Misses Winnie Stiunelte and Lizzie What the manufacturers of this conn Hall Will Galloway James May and try want is not the Dingly bill but an Robert Elder visited Mr and Mrs Sam unrestricted access to the markets of the May last Saturday night and Sunlay the world unoppressed by taxes on material guests of Miss Eva or processes of their industry The flouring mill of Hook Miller Co which has been shut down for more March has passed and now we are than a week is now running under full marching right into April at a lively time There was a break in the boiler gait Soon April will have gone and which was repaired by Mr Sago then romes the beautiful month of May J E Monarch was here last week and Time flys and so does your subscription made a survey of Mrs Bettie Millers Have you noticed your label 1 farm near town containing C21 acres The object of the survey was to make a Money is division of the land among the heirs Times are getting better moving out of its hiding All articles of The Elizabethtown District Conference merchandise have an upward tendency will meet at this place the fourth Tues Â¬ There is a good demand for stock and for day in May Bishop Wilson will pre Â¬ all farm products and for timber It is side Tiie Conference sermon will be only the croaker and the chronic kicker preached on Monday night by Rev who dont see that better times are hero Orr In another column wo present the Fifty thousand people in the flooded advertisement of J II Gardner to the districts along the lower Mississippi are readers of tho News Mr Gardner is said to be in danger of famine The one of our substantial business men is levees have broken in several placesand worthy of a liberal share of the public almost the whole face of the earth down patronage Call on him there seems to bo covered with water If you want the best fertilizers on The President has asked Congress to earth and In earth buy S W Travers take action to give the people immed Cos fertilizers manufactured at Rich- Â¬ iate relief mond Va For sale by It S Bandy Irvington A A Richardson Garfield j We dont like to dun people but Dellaven Co Hardinsburg WC people like to dun us and do do it which Moorman Glendeane is their right and privilege if we dont John Alexander was in town one day pay So to get even along this lino it last week from Buras He says the is necessary for us to send out occasion- Â¬ Democratic ticket Is satisfactory to the ally bills for subscription job work etc people in that locality so far as ho has This has to be done to keep the business been able to learn He hears no commoving and keep up our credit Uy the plaint of tho candidates aud believes the way did you know that a good credit is ticket will get a good vote worth more than money to you George Nottingham died suddenly at his home in Constantino last week of Jim Montgomery of Elizabethtown is trying very hard to get himself into the heart failure Mr Nottingham was a Circuit Judges raco in this district It member of the court of claims for several Â¬ he can get a convention that will suit years aud a man of much local prominence in his section The News of his him ho will submit his claims before it That la to say if ho could so manage it as death was a great surprise to his friends to insure himself a winner it would be in this community The best results from farming are just to his liking Hut Mr Montgomery obtained from useing fertilizers We is far from being a favorite in the tace The nomination and election of T It handle tho Homestead Square Bone McBeath seems to be admitted by all Beef Blood and Bone They are tho best fertilizers made and we sell them at parties so far as we are advised rock bottom prices The Empire Coon Our Brandeuburg correspondent as Drill and AVeber farm wagon for sale Co usual drops in somo good thoughts for also Dellaven Several years ago while Barney Grab the thoughtful this week Sho also re Â¬ flects the sentiment of every candidate felder was attending the Medical college and all the good people of Meade when in Louisville he expressed his wife a she says that they were utterly disgusted box of llmberger cheese here Morris with tho proceedings of the lato cam- Â¬ Eskridgos father and John Haswell paign Those who were engaged in it were tho express agents then When we aro sure have fully repented aud will the box arrived it was set in the office never do the like again If they do it Tho thing got to smelling so loud they is good bye for the Democratic party in concluded to investigate the box and see what it contained They knocked off Meude a piece of tho lid when tho smell was so The value of this couutrys railroad strong that their Investigation stopped property says the New York Sun is Thoy swore that Grabfelder had boxed 2500000000 in stock and 5040000000 up a rotten skeleton and sent it homo in bonds making together 8230000000 and tho whole thing was hastily run into The magnitude of the total investment the back yard where it remained says tho Sun will be better appreciated Deafness Cannot be Cured when it is considered that it is five times as great as the entire funded national by local applications as they cannot debt and that tho incomo derived from reach the diseased portion of the ear it equals the national revenue including Thero is only one way to cure Deafness Post Ofllce receipts Railroad building and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condi Â¬ In this country is only just beuu tion of tho mucous lining of the Eusta Â¬ Tub politicians at Frankfort tell us chian Tube When this tube gets in very aaauringly that a Senator will be flamed you have a rumbling sound or elected this week This has been tho imperfect hearing and when it is entire Â¬ cry ever since the first caucus was called ly closed Deafness is the result and un Â¬ and hence there is no end to prophesy less the inflammation can be taken out The people however are paying but and this tube restored to its normal conlittle attention to the Frankfort crowd dition hearing will bo destroyed forever Good common sense and respect for the nine cases out of ten are caused by ca- Â¬ State should move them to act definitely tarrh which is nothing but an lnfltmed in some way Henry L Martin of condition of the mucous surfaces Woodford county has been suggested as We will give One Hundred Dollars for a compromise candidate but they ridi Â¬ any case of Deafness caused by catarrh culed the idea and voted him down that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Martin U sot a free silver man but he Cure Send for circulars free F J CHENEY A Co Toledo O hu been one of Blackburns warmest frietids lie would mest likely make Sold by Druggists 7oo Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ John Hoben and Will Hook were elected school trustees at tho election last Saturday N 8 Schafer a white barber from Corydon Ind has opened a barber shop in the Barnes hotel If your merchants dont handle Dr Shoops guaranteed remedies write Taylor Beard Hardinsburg if you aro sick Mrs W J Piggott and her children came down last Saturday from Irving ton to visit her mother Mrs G P Jolly Rev S G Shelly and wife of Clover port were here Tuesday of last week the guests of Mr and Mrs Robert McGuf Â¬ Milt Mathenys father is quite ill Mies Ada Hanks was the guest of her parents Sunday P D Mllner Is here from Hudson Hugh Barron lias a sovero caso of meas Â¬ Mlsa Myrrt Hanks Is rapidly recovering les from a very severe illness Bob Crider came up from Fordsyille Smith English Cloverport was a guest Sunday of Miss Kato Crawford Sunday Fred Brown came down Saturday from Miss Emma Moscly isteachlngaspring Harncd term of school at this place Straw hata and fhlilng aro begining Miss Gertie Barns of Rome Ind was to blossom the guest of Miss Bertha Pettit last Mr W Whalen Asking attended the week Utopia exercise s Miss Goitlo Elder of Chnnault is tho Mrs Clint Westerfield Is visiting her guest of Miss Blanclio Mrseloy this week mother at Jolly Squire Lake went to Hardinsburg Ask tho clerk at tho new cash store to Tuesday morning show you that new line of shoes Thov Nolie Ashley caught a ten pound cat are beauties fish the other night Rev J B Hunt filled his regular ap Charley Deane spent three days in pointment at the Baptist church Satur- Â¬ day and Sunday Louisville last week Little Miss Loin Belle Hawking Union Uncle Gus Lewis Is very feeble and is Star is visiting her aunt Mrs L R Ad not expected to live long W R Moorman ships a car load of to- Â¬ klsson this week Tho Smith House was crowded with bacco to Cloverport to day drummers last week Bushier b is eviO Moorman is selling 25 lbs of W dently on n boon green coffee this week for 1 W C Blaln who has been studying Mr and Mrs Jimmy Kincheloo re- Â¬ pharmacy for tho post six months in turn to Hardinsburg Monday Louisvlllo has returned home Clint Willis I hear will start to Illi- Â¬ RobtConn has bought tho Moseley nois about tho middle of this month store house on Main street and will en Vic Robertson goes to Louisville this gage in the grocery business Givo him morning with four car loads of stock a call Charley Robertson lost a flno heifer Miss Georgia Hawkins is in Louisville one day last week from eating tobacco this week buying millinery for tho Too Howard and family came up from spring trade When in town bo sure to Rock Valo Saturday and stayed till Mon- Â¬ givo her a call day Tas Daniel colored died here Monday Dr D Haynes will be here April 15 He was a after a very severo illness 10 and 17 ready for all kinds of dental highly respected young man and was Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Poor Blood When a horse is poor n flesh a new harness wont give him strength If a house is cold new furniture wont warm it If your strength is easily exÂ¬ Wlffl ffleft8 eilffi iQeftS gllJffiaeftS JBeMSBelM fflcft3 hausted nerves weak digestion poor muscles soft if you are pale and worn out the trouble is with the blood It is not so work a burden Seed Season 4 11 much IMPURE blood as POOR blood Pills wont make this blood rich nor will bitters nor iron tonics anymore than a new harness will give strength to the horse or new furniture will make a house warm For poor blood you want something that will make rich blood SCOTTS EMULSION of Cod liver Oil with Hypophos phites is the best remedy in the world for enriching the blood We have prepared a book telling you more about the subject Sent Free 100 For sale by all druggists at 50c SCOTT BOWNE 1897 Landreth Seeds for the Garden Ferrys Clintons All the leading Seed Farmers of America Seed Potatoes Seed Oats Northern White or Black Seed Sweet Potatoes all varieties Onion Sets Come and see us on the above articles and we will save you money besides giving C NswYork shop opposite Ricos store He is doing agoodbuslntss Sabbath school was organized last Sunday at Cavo Spring Meet every Sunday at 10 oclock a m countenances disappointed Some around here over the result of the Cor bett and Fitzsimmons contest It is barbarous and should not be tolerated Talk about tho fine nine ten and eleven pound babies the little big fellow who arrived at Josh Aveather fords the 27 out weighs them alljie tips the fourteen pound notch The many friends and acquaintances of J D Potts formerly of this neighbor hood now of Kirk have been very anxious about his condition the past two Hopes are entertained for his weeks recovery at last accounts work Miss Sallie Moorman is spending a few weeks in the cDuntry at Mr Tom Moor- Â¬ mans Mrs W J Dean leaves this morning for a protracted visit to Owensbero and well liked by those who knew him After having been a resident of Louis- Â¬ ville for several years Mrs Bettie Bra sLcar is now occupying her old homo at this place Wo welcome her and family Louisville Two dinkey boats were floated down to Rock Lick when the creek was up Sunday morning Mr Lewis Ashley one of our good to- Â¬ bacco raisers lias tobacco plants that are ahead af the average cant bo covered with a dime Miss Alice Brown lias closed a very successful term of teaching She is vis iting friends for a few days this week Sho will then go to her new home at Harned Mr Will Bownman was too sick a week ago to go to Rock Vale to see his best girl on Sunday but Monday morning found him better and on his way to make up for lost time He told people that he was out hunting onion ssU and those same people learned he forgot all about onions and the entire subject of gardening They now think some wid Â¬ owers are even slyer than our expertly sly bachelors Â¬ in our midst Tho Hanks storehouse has been torn down in the East end of town and will be removed to some place on Main street where Payne Bros will uso the material to build a cottage for rent R AV Aaughan has gone into the mercantile business in connection with M Blaine They are hustlers and it will keep tho other merchants of this place busy to look after their part of the trade Jas Poter of Louisville Is rehandling tobacco in the Crawford ware house This industry will afford employment to several which will be quite u help to this place It was rather amusing to see the boys hustling for employment That Hoods Sarsaparllla purifies the blood and relieves a vast amount of suf- Â¬ fering is not a theory but a well known fact you the best goods to be procured For Sale A lot of fine VEST The Pink Of Perfection Â¬ HORSES AND MULES For further information write to CHAS RIEDEL Notwithstanding the bad weather a full house greeted the Utopians Satur- Â¬ day night Financially it was a success As the writer of these items was director of the affair he will refrain from praising it more than to say every body was well pleased and commented on Utopias im- Â¬ provement A nobler set of pupils sur- Â¬ rounds no teacher At the close medals were presented to Mr Paul E Dempster and Miss Sallie Robertson Their excellent work for the past five months will bear comparing with that of any students in the county Misses Mouna Hunter Alma Mattingly and Master Walter Moorman were close competitors for the medals Â¬ CLIFTON MILLS Clyde English was in town Saturday Wheat is looking well in this com- Â¬ s Is a fit expression to describe our Drees Goods and Trimming Stock munity Miss Mattie May Adkision lias a nice spring school here Miss Beulah Moredock is visiting her grand parents of Concordia AVe are sorry to say that Miss Mollio Haynes health is not any better Mrs Alt Orendoff visited her sister Mrs Ruth Bandy Irvingtou last week Miss Blanch Basham Union Star is the guest of her aunt Mrs Harmon Parks Aandy Hook and son GeorgeGarfleld aro building a new residence for Jeff McCoy Mrs L M Matheny AVebstcr spent several days last week with Mrs Y G Holt Ky The Tints Of The Rainbow- - m The fineness of silk and the durability of fine wools are all so blended and bombined in our line as to leave noth Â¬ ing to bo wished for in the selection of a dress Knowing Are ones will look and satisfy themselves before buying you one of them If so come to W H BOWMER SON Mrs Jesse Parks and Master AVallace and Diarrhea Remedy and always recom- Â¬ dined with Mr aud Mre B A Parks mend it to my friends It is the best I Saturday oyer used and never fails to give imme Owing to the inclemency of the diate relief For sale by A R Fisher weather there was a small crowd out to Druggist services Sunday Mr aud Mrs AVill Piifst and Mies GARRETT Lyons of Rosetta spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr and Mrs Henry Priest G R Miles went to Brandenburg Tues Mr and Mrs J V St Clair and child- Â¬ day ren Alta and Mildred spent Saturday Bob Buckler went to Illinois Friday night and Sunday with Mr and Mrs to make his home Chas Bandy Mrs J G Roby spent Welnesiay tho Mrs R D St Clair and Master Gor guest of Mrs O T Si pes mon were called to the bedaido of her Mrs W B Lancaster spent Wednes Â¬ sick mother Mrs Lum Black near day tho guest of Mrs Dr Miles Ephesus last week Misses Eva Buckler and Dora Funk The Clifton Sabbath School will open spent Thursday in Garnettsyille up the second Sunday in April and Mrs Taylor Sipes and daughters spent every one in tho community of every Tuesday here the guest of Mis Buckler denomination will be welcomed and part Consider Misses Eva Buckler and Susie Burch cordially invited to take well aud bear in mind that much attended church at Hill Grove Sunday depends upon each ono and this work Mrs James Tindall spent part of this is to prosper all interests and eievtte week with her daughter Mrs Collins of society Ekron hftyied Friday evening March 20 18C7 Mrs Lizzie Kern of Nelson county Robblns wife of Micajah was called here to attend her mothers Mrs Ellztbnth Robbins Her life wxs one of cheerful- Â¬ funeral ness she had ft Bweot and kind word for Mary Hardaway of Hardin Mis all whom she met She was a high and county is visiting her aunt Mrs Jake eBtlmablo lady and was beloved by all Shacklett who knew iter Although her sufferings Sam Keys of Spotsville spent Satur- Â¬ were great but not to bo compared with day and Sunday with his wife at her tho crown of glory that she will receive fathers near here In tho bright realm above She leaves a Tony Williams returned home Mon Â¬ husband several children and many day from Hardinsburg where lie has friends to mourn her loss been teaching TAR FORK Mr and Mrs Hayden Miles gave the young folks a party Saturday night Rain mud and bad roads is tho topic which was largely attended and enjoyed Thos II Bate s is Notary Public by all AVm Tabeling is expected home from Aunt Julia Anu Richie died Thursday Kansas soon night after several weeks lllnws and was Log rolling is a dally occupation rain interred in St Martins cemetery to day or shine here t Saturday Farmers are looking J O Crutcher and sister Myrtle went account of so much rain very blue on to Vine Grove Saturday to visit their Jas Milburn returned from Bradfords sister Miss Lula who is there taking ville aud Lebanon recently music lessons Mrs Thos II Batfs has just received The people of this vicinity met at the night and organ Â¬ a nice assortment of millinery goods school house Saturday ised a Literary Soolety whleh will meet rom Louisville GabeTaul has erected a blaekwsith very Saturday night Â¬ The example of W W Brewer justice of the peace and a prominent citizen of Mt Jewett Pa is worthy of emulation He says I never leave home without a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera Jordan Pure Drugs xp HOME FIRST The World Afterwards Every dollar spent in your home store adds to the development of the home aidustries It helps the growth of the town by helping the growth of the individual for we are all more or less dependent upon each other The great trade centers pay tribute to the big stock We are keeping careful track of your wants and constantly addipg to thestock to meet them Now dont fail to give me a call All manner of produce taken in exchange for goods Â¬ CHARLES RADENHEIMER Prescription Accurately Compounded Clifton Mills ky You Like to Deal At a Grocery Store where thingB look neat and clean whore clerks aro polito and obliging whore de- Â¬ liveries are made on time above all where you know you are getting tho best in the market at the fairest of prices Thats Call thesort of house we keep and be pure of it GREGORY GTBSON OLOVEItPOUT J KY A WITT Hardinsburg Ky h jt There are ojther Pebbles on the Beach - In thl famm ttia aiIiib naLLI - THE BLICKENSDERFER If j ou cot proneuuee the name spell It A typewriter visible writing per merjant alignment tnt rchangeablo pe direct printing and Inking Not a wy urn a real thing Weight six puuoufl rnce fiw ou WEST VIRGINIA SUPPLY CI l I n rn Aftw nr ny m4 w Va Mtl xmmxKmmm - t Jul v ijStSl tJAUh ii Infa jA wwr i if BRECKENRIDGE WKHKNUlMY ftEWS 1807 Rambling Thoughts AIIIIj7 l ws- The Thing Wo Want to Know Ir Iroin lh Atlanta Conniutlon You nuy talk lwit the tariff 1lit the tiling wc Is hiw to make thl anil grow want In kndtv country git n moe nn her I Weiire anxloueby tlie ocean we ale ilttiing by j5 t the pnndl Anil wo tied out with Wutlitrect anil llie burilen of tlie b nils I Were tlied if ta kanil talkir and llittr cvcilait In the mtmlowr I K on thu lull Of llile tinkering with the tatifT IngMli Ol their mianlnc n d th Ir howl ml J the thing we wart to know It how to make Ihli country Ret a move on her a id growl The Tariff Disease Irum Tile Cltvtland P alndealer It is uufdrlunale fur tills country Hint J fthem h nbout every four years a tnriir epldenic breaks out Perhaps tlila dls aBo will continue until an antidote is dlBcovend tliat will euable tax doctors to prevent by proper inoculation ol good sense the spread ol this disease for it Is a disease ol moral and tcoi omic facultltp tlie two fncultiB that are of prime Importance to the proppotity lnppintts and health of every country Jus for a moment let us consider what this tarili disease id Certain classts of men representlrg thtirown Interests in lnanuf icturies or other luduBrits have n spasm of monomania which takes the form of dtiunidiiig sptcial privlltges from tlie government at thetxpense of the uiaffiea of the people Every American knows that the government must have revenue with which to nuct Its current exper ses hence it is pretty universally established that a large pro- Â¬ portion of this revenue shall be raised by dutUs charged on the importation of goods from foreign countries This is a policy of taxation co ixtenslve with tlio history of our government and as a principle and rs a policy has Income lmtiouttl Ivov presuming upon tlis fact that the people expect to pay taxes and that this method of raising the revenue has been approved by nearly all of the people for nearly a hundred years theso high prottctioniBts or uiou omauiats combine togutlur write out Btheduleson thegoods wliiili they produce and in tlie name of revenue infant industries and a loving desire to pity higher wagis to the people whom they employ they demand either a prohilii tory or excessively I1I1I1 tariff What for Do you think it is because they love the government ro much aud want to raise revenue for carrj ing It on Dont deceive jourselves Ihe higher ttie tariH the less the revenue But how dots It woik to these sanctimonius special priviltge suiuts It enables to itdse the pticeof their products up the height of the tariff wall and demand from their fellow countrymen a subsidy for themselves virtually to be collected by the strong arm the govern ment for under a high tariff monopolies and trusts are geuerated as naturally as weeds in a swamp These special pri vilege organizitiotis can control the output aud demand the price which lie tarifl permits them to put upon their goods and say with arrogance to the consumer You cannot get this unlets you pay our price The tariff prevents importation the tariff makes it possible for us to demaud this price and we do demand it Wither pay or go without it Thus the government itself becomes the agent of organized in trice and tianny It is Strang that the peope are so blind to their own interests that they will permit u coi g oss to be mado up of mi n that will grant these special privileges to the few and make the government its If the ag nt fur the creation if trusts and monopolies and ior collecting sulsldita from the great mass s of the people to hi put in the pockets of a few A tax goes to the government but oncliauceil pre ills go into the pocket of titnt uwers We certainly did expect better things from the present ccugrtss President IdcKitiley seems to be in advance of his party Although he has been looked upon as the great apostle of protection etill he has hrined much since lie wroto tlio tariff of 18D0 1114 Inaugurat address ndvited a liberal tariff a tariff that might remain upon the statue books undisturb- Â¬ ed as he hoped for years to come Tlio present congress has the power to enact Midi a tariff ami to stop the agitation to give peare In buiuees circles give back ngtiu to tie people to give stability so that business men can know what to reckon on The Dlngley bill is not that kind of u tariff it Is too high it is lutquitable in nearly all of its schedules Itehons too plainly finger marks of trusts If enacted it cannot stand tlio people of this country will not permit tlio government to be the agent for organizing trusts and monopo lies and fir collecting subsidies for the benefit of the few out of the earnings of the people Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ con-fllt-n- nv nkmo Copyrighted Our country is so vast aud Its rango of products and of climatic conditions so extraoidinary that thegreatistpaftgunrd up to this time against n fatal sectional ism has been the tendency of both early nnd late immigrants to move from one place to another sul jtigatlng new terri- Â¬ tory and forming new states Nature decrees that the mntenal interests of Montana for instance shad differ from those of the sea board states but the travelled condition of many thousands of Moutanlans guarantees an expression of opinion on their part regarding public affaire distinctly moro national than could be expected from a population For a nairowtd to views purely local binall nation restricted in bolh space and possibilities great patriotic results may come from inhabitants who do not chocs to wander but fur us not crowd Â¬ ed by neighbors nor meant ed In any di- Â¬ rection by lees than ten bundled miles the best promise of endurance is found in increafing knowledge of one anothers ueets and problems Â¬ THB BRRGKKNRIDGR NEWS GLOYERPORT Constipation Wealth ia as much Furthermore they FERTILIZERS that havo rolled upon tlio sword have perished by it Alexander tlio Great Dr McNair Deliver an Entertaining Lecture On Fertilizes in ado no permanent enlargement of Grecian tenltory the Ilebrows under Mr The OweiiBboro Inquirer rn a David gained the full limits of their terÂ¬ K Catties fully tntf tho sickness In tlie world It retains tlio digest M food too Ions In tho bowels rmlticv biliousness torpid llrr ludl- and ritory nnd enjoyed it only during one reign the Itoman Empire crumbled from mere weight ns soon an unsellldi devot- Â¬ ion was withdrawn Any widely read ruul r can multiply confirmation Tlio wise will consider there things in their hearts as well as their heads V MUTILATED COINS Ihe New Law on the Subject Is a Very Stringent One Washington March 20 Letters by the bushel have been pouring iu ou the Treasury Department asking for Infor- Â¬ mation concerning the new 1 tw in rela- Â¬ tion to the passing of mutilated coins although thesrt seeking thu information might iu a majority uf castp havo se Â¬ emed it from the United States District Attorney or secret Bervice i Ulcers of their Iu brief it may be respective localities explained that the law is in the main tin extension of that against counterfeit ii g It provides that the passing of mutilated or defaced coins or the muti- Â¬ lation and defacement of coin lor auy puipoa- - shall bo held to be a criminal offense punishable by Imprisonment for a period of one to five years and a fine of frlllO to 2000 Under this law the prac- Â¬ tices of presenting ladies with coins of gold ot silver initials of the donor en- Â¬ graved thereon to be worn as bangles will be a criminal offence The law also drives out of existence a number ot people who have made a good living by pur- Â¬ chasing mutilated coins at a rtductiou from their face value and plugging up the holes so skillfully that the original mutilation could not bo discovered Even this kind of tampering with the money of the government will bo regard Â¬ ed as an cibnso under the statue Â¬ We have been subj cted to such n trt metidoiid influx of loreignt rs and chil dren of foreiguerp in the past thirty years that we easily find another great gain from the restletsuess of our mixed Notwithstanding tlio fact population that the inhabitants of some European nations have come here by hundreds of thousands it is impossible to ptwo the finger on any one portion of our country and say Here public questions nro entirely settled by voters who nre more foreign than American in their ideas ftegardiug our country as oue great body it is safe to assert that no condition ex cept this one of mixing would have en abled it to digest aud saiely dispose of the millions who have come to it from Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ McNair of Danville N Y deliv Â¬ ered an entertaining lecture on commer Â¬ cial fertilizers nt the court house hero Saturday evening in which several points were brought out of Interest to fartneis Mr McNair pointed out that a com- Â¬ plete fertilizer or guano Is mnde by mix ing certain raw materials like nitrate of soda acid phosphate and muriate of pot- Â¬ ash which contain nitrogen phosphoric ncld and potash respectively Ho show ed that plants like animals n quire n properly balanced food in order to thrive best It Is necessary therefore for the farmers to consider carefully the composition of their fertllzirs Mr McNair drew attention to the fact that the avorage ferUllz r Is deficient in potash containing usually not over i per cent of this ingredient whereas ou an average they Bhould contain not lees than G per cent of actual potash and often much more Where brands of tbo proper composi- Â¬ tion cannot le obtained farmoiB often find it profltablo to apply about 100 pounds of murlnto of potssi in addition to the fertilizers they buy For certain crops like peas and clover the speaker said that no nltrognn is nec Â¬ essary because these plants hive the valuable property of absorbing this cost- Â¬ ly ingredient fiom tlie air thus saving the farmer a largo expense To grow big crops of peas nnd cloyer it ia advis Â¬ able to fertilize them with about 100 to 150 lbs muriato of potash and 300 to 100 lbs of acid phosphate per acre For corn wheat potatoes and timothy it would be necessary to add nitrogen Every farmer there foro would do well to grow clover or peas in his rotation A D CC1 mi tnlHMu Hoods I Ltd i T J x For Family or Medical Use -- comma etc Hoods Illls cuteconstlratlonrtall Us fl t into rtuUil It liiMlillrfOn rTM n n Pure 40 you jpple JJrandy W-A-asri w HIS 5 Â¬ 25c AlldmgRlsts results casllyandtliorotiRlily Co 1iwcll Masi Prepared by 0 I Hood The only 1llla to ttko with Hoods Hataaparlllx Â¬ The Demand For Fine I make a specialty of Fine Apple IJrnntly guaranteed I use notliiiifj but sound nnd to be strictly uundultcrnteil ripe fruit My Brandy is all feunontetl in tubs not in cement cisterns so that mean disagreeable flavor is not detected Desirous of introducing my goods will make special prices on one to four gallon packages 95 goods 200 per gallon and 97 goods 175 per gallon f o b All packages securely scnlcd aim snippet on short notice t t CM - SMITH Andyville Ky Â¬ Stationery From Latlics is great Wc have spnicti no money nor time to meet this demand The selection of our We line cant be beat anywhere show you Health Depends TJpon Your Teeth Being in Order Good Wc fully realize your thoughts when the idea of having dental work done comes but nevertheless I hey must have attention and the sooner the better Wc are prepared lo do jour work with a guarantee to gie fatsfaction at exceedingly low prices We will be at Inington on Wednesday and Thursday It is to your interest to consult us At Reasonable Prices- An elegant assortment of box paper juirc paper such ns Cranes Bond in all the latest colors Our line is a beunty SEK US HARDIN WILDER Brandenburg Ky GOLDEN RULE Independent Tobacco Warehouse CO W B TATE y AMON M KINCHELOE Southeast Gor of Twelfth Main LOUISVILLE KY 1 HARDINSBURG KY While every nation under Heaven there is still much f be desired In the direction of utiity nationally we have accumpliblad a task that m g it well have been rtgardid as impossible the quiet orderly practically complete ab solution of iVr three times an many lui migiants as there weru Inhabitants at the birth of the United Statis Each wautlerer his come promptly in toucli with persons who cherished the spirit of Freedom antl has becomo so imbued himself that we are still one Union In Â¬ separable forever let us hope aud be- Â¬ lieve In Yorkshire Kngland It is a com- Â¬ paratively rare thing to find a man whose sous aro Ecuttered through the countries let us say for illustration in Keut Cornwall and Northumber but of our old American families both rich and pour there are thousands condit ioned like an editor of my atquaiutance whose blood relatives nre spread from Vermont to California and down to LouiBiai a The unconscious iilluence work upon the uf such louutctioiis imagination of the child so situated they are legion until its fervid fancy over leaps the farm fetces the valley walls the rolling prairiep the beetling mountain bides aud our country becomes to him in a much wider My Country seisjtliau with tl o child whose rela Â¬ tions are grouped close around him Â¬ 1 Miiiytasts of Grippe havo lately been cured by One Minute Cough Cure This preparation seems especially adapt ed to the cure of this disease It acts Dont Tobacco Slt and Sniuke lour I Ifc Attaj To quit tobacco ouslly and forever bomiig nctlc lull of llfo nurvo uiul vigor tulio tho wondcr worlicr that makes wcalt men All drugRlsts COoorll Curo ctiarun BtronB teed Hoollct and simplo free Addrcxs Sterling Itcmedy Co Chicago or New Yoik Selling Fee Reduced to 150 per hhd and per cent Commission F ABEAVIN Practical Surveyor Rockport Saw Works Repairs Sawsof All Kinds Â¬ quickly thus preventing serious cjiii plications aud had effects iu which this disease often leaves the patient Short Hay nt b But we have by no means exhausted the advantages that have arisen from our restleiB spirit Among other things it has aided in the maintenance of one The children language in general use of itinerants in our public schools learn tlie language and the deeds ol Washing ton and Jefferson of Webster nnd of Clay The home training in the tongue uf the foreign Fatherland is a trill i com Â¬ pared with the American influence of ecliool books and the play ground for it Is hard to exaggerate the ties of lan- Â¬ guage There have been instances in our history where whole counties in the Northwest are exclmlvely Scandinavian but tlio condition lasts only for a time by reason of the childrens learning our general tongue Strange though it may sound there are fewer definite dialects in our wholo country than cau be found in Great Britain a Kingdom that could bo almost packed away iu one state NW York So In that small country a Dorset man of low rank could not under- Â¬ stand a Scotchman and u Cornishman would bo practically a for leg tier to both but the national life in the most remote corner of our Txaa is the same that courses In the piuay woodi of Maine A wise and the language is the same aud travelled Englishman who Ian ltd in this couutry for the first time a few wueksago stated to me that nothing im pretsid him here bo much as tlio fact that a j mrney of 3000 miles overlaud and 8000 miles around brought him to thesamt language while a j mrney of one hour to the continent of Europe carried him into entirely strange con- Â¬ ditions Â¬ V The Mayflowers Logbook The aristocracy of Boston is jubilant over the recent decision of Archbishop Templo awarding to this country tlie original logbook of the Maj flower Since the famous vessel returned to Euglaud tfer making her celebrated trip acrots the Atlantic ocean some two hundred nnd fifty years ago the logbook has been in poisesslon of the See of loidon In order to lecover ttie prec- Â¬ ious o time a movement was orgauizid in New England several months ago and the archbishops decision to restore the relic is indirectly the fiuit of this move- Â¬ ment The logbook not only contains a da tailed aicjuntof the Majfbwers historic voyage but also a register of births marriages and deaths and is therefore Its arrival in a most important relic tills country will be a signal for a great jubilee throughout New England and the aristocracy of that section will doubt- Â¬ less take on a fresh element of pride over the recovery of the old tieirlooin At- Â¬ lanta Constitution Â¬ Â¬ How a Saw Mill Man Saved 87000 port Ky Mr J O Meserye of Chambers Ky of the oldest and best saw mill men one iu this State saw tlie ndyertisetm nt of the Hockport Saw Works In the Hkecic He wroto the firm he KNRinuB News had a saw that could never be made to work well oven when new antl had Bent tigi jrf tibi rJ it to other shops several timee with no better results The Hockport Saw Works repaired this TO saw for Mr Meservo and thoy mado it first class in every way Mr Meservo Kansas City Montana says it noiks belter than when new anil takes its Teed right along TliN saw was Cclerado Pacific floast badly rusted and looked like it had been given up and consigned to the scrap pile years ago Mr Meserve is highly pleased Utah Washington Omaha with the firm that repaired his stw saved him 7000 on a new one If you St Paul Kebraska want good work on your saws snil them to thoRjckport Saw Works Kickport Black Hills Intl They will do all they calm to VIA Tney have a new process of testing saws that makes them a sure gi TEUMS KEASOXAHLE Address all communications tt Clover Particular attention given to repairing large Circular Saws Hammering and Straightening a Spdclalty Every Saw tested by ateam IT TWAINS tju vj before it leaves the shop Every Saw warranted Workmanship the very beft Prices lower than any shop in America Mark your name on Saws and send a letter of advice as to repairs wanted rr c ii o- - r THE ROCKPORT SAW WORKS ROCKPOKT INI PENMANSHIP ETC BOOK SEEPING SHORT HAND TELEGRAPHY CWZ4ftiZA Wlio desires to better bis or her condition LJVZW BRYANT No 4r rftef fJ VUWl ym in life should write for Louis or Chicago 400 THIRD BTItEET LOUISVILLE STRATTON tho Catalogue of tho BscSSfE KY Electric Bitters Electric Bjtters Is a medicine suited for any season but perhaps more generally needed when the languid exhaust Â¬ ed feeling prevails when the liver Is tor- Â¬ pid and sluggish and tlio need of a tonic anil alterative is felt A prompt use of this medicine boa ofteu averted long aud perhaps fatal bilious fevers No medi Â¬ cine will act moro surely In counteract- Â¬ ing aud freeing tlio system from the ma Hrial poison Headacho Indigestion Constipation Dizziness yiold to Electric Hltterc 50and 100 per bottle nt A It Fishers Drug Stor Â¬ Buckleus Arnica Salve TiibHest Salve in the world for Cuts Bruisep Sores Ulcers Salt Hheum Fever Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns and all Skin Eruptions nnd postively cures Piles or no piy required It Is guaranteed to give perfect sitiBfactiou or money ref untied Price 25 cents per box Fou Saik nv A It Fisher Â¬ Â¬ VESTiBULED SLEEPERS mm MMS GARS srEnAETEs QHfllR GARS F M Â¬ OONSULT TICKET AQENT Of J T DP 0WB3ST PICKETT - TOBACCO - WAEEHOUSE C A Bridges Co OIIAS RUGG TRAV PASSTt AGENT AIJUIDGES lMllllMlIIVroitN Cor Eighth and Main Streets LOUISVILLE KY W G UKIDGIvS GUSTON Dave Henry made us n visit Friday F Loeh is in town for an iud filiate NERYELIFE WKHT p fA U- FOUR MONTHS STORAGE FREE J mnm in stay Mrs S Loeb wont to Louisville on a business trip Thursday evening Mrs G N Lyddrin attended the entertainment here Tuesday night Misses Itena Smith and Ethel Adkhs u and Gene Smith went to llewleyville to church last Sunday Miss Ola Shum tto passed through here Monday en route to Louisville She will learn the milliners trade Geo Neff will open up his millinery store the first of nxt week Miss Olive Adklsaon is the popular milliner Kav G O Overftreet will preach for us Sunday and administer tl o sacra- Â¬ ment Well be glad to welcome him again 1 rf Great RUST0RER irljfs tieaith or and - W E4 I RATC8 Z The DAY yy Jr y nunes all obsta- Ia4 tn milvfl7A jfa F03toro3 the nervom entire srstsm and stops all a wrr movo3 H cts of tho kins cf youth and ex of ltll IOS3C3 HO- - Isllli niriiTJH I --Ijiim lu irnPirriinririi htw GIRLS COMET 1097 PW motfontr llu located Hoe in tru eitu r7 KomovosRllcftects But the extension of territory antl the Rheumatism Quickly Cured forward movement of the people will After having been cotillaetl to the enme to an end In fact tlio end aready house for eleven days and paying out Is in sight aud the tide of population is 25 in doctor bills without benefit Mr setting back upon tlio older states like Frank DoUon of Sault Ste Marie Mich the back water of a 11 iod A new centu- Â¬ was cured by one bottle of Ohamber ry and new conditions confront us Tl e Iains ldlu Halm costing 25 cmla and call Is fir those who feel deeply aud free lias not since been trounled with that think broadly to guide our destinies as Stands at the Head complaint For sale by A I Fisher we stretch forward to the unknown Aug J Bogel the leading druggist of Druggist Shreveport La Bajsi Dr Kings New Now territory uloue Is insufllcient for Discovery is the only thiug that cures my Reflection of a Bachelor the continued greatness of any country cough and It is the best seller I have Lp vr al- em A concrete example is China with a vast J F Campbell merchant of Safford liivm lUViiv wvm ti i A woman loves a man and adores a area and teeming millions all holding Ariz writes Dr Kings New Discov- Â¬ Sfool together like n pile of brick simply by ery is all that is claimed for it It never Marriage is the prec si by which a reason of weight and not beeauie of any fall and Is a sure cure for Consumption aetaal uniform heWaea thorn Wealth Coughs and Cold 1 cannot say enough girl tries to get the upper hand About the time a woman begins to aoo is ne guarantee or if sj why are fer Ita merits fl r Kings New Discov- Â¬ pit lyjw about Iter ge she begins o we ealled onto record the almost com Â¬ ery for Consumption Coughs and Colds plete deeay ol Spain though wealthy be Â¬ is not an experiment lie about bpr ikiiBlers It has beea tried m a wewans ourloMty In yond hearts desire two centuries ago Nine twW for a quarter of a eentury and today aywutgmatrJ atVaple hi the wonder The Hindoo prlnew puppttU ia power stands at the head It never dUappoints whether ttn y ate newjr to et almg swaddled in the l of wealth and ear Free trial bottle at A R Fishers Drug well tomUir reunded by the II whlng glories of geaw Store Illustrated again the fooHtbuees of rest To Lurv tkMtUiMtlUMt Mo-few rtC leilW Irk oh waalth lot perpetuity Territory Tk OtuHHrata Owtdy CMtaMR Met WitlisMii1 BAiiiaJUl AifcAMAiaV temJftfcABbaT It G O O M to eere fnwaM fetyH I vr vvsBea evpfrvwvi eeeei na trw Wa4 immw Mtlt AU dnmsiKa V One Hundred Dollars an Acre Can only be made from ono source poultry Wheat and corn do not pay Perhaps you may smile but have you ever kept Iits right The egg basket comes in handy now in these scarce money times The leading authority in the practical poultry keeping is The Poultry Keeper Box BU Parkesburg Pa and only costs fifty cents n year or Ueuty five cents forsix months or for one dollar you can get with it the four Poultry Keeper Illustrators the most wonderful books published with infor- Â¬ mation on every subject connected with the raising of poultry aud containing information worth hundreds of dollars The Poultry Keeper is an astonisher aud leads the world Dolls for the girls games for the boys and premiums for all who get a few s ibscribers Two subscribers for six months at twenty five cents each secures many of them Every poultry raiser must have the Poultry Keeper the contents of which may save or make jou hundreds of dol- Â¬ lar as this monthly leads the world iu valuibla Information not to bo had else Â¬ where for any money Sample copy Â¬ wJSc ptlra all wasto places Corns Insomnia and tores refreshing dmution mid ro icep potence nrd re itores Curos Im Â¬ The reading given by Pruf 1 awes enj yed Tuesday night was inter His naturalness is something lestful indeed Carl Naham of Louisville visited nt Mrs S Lotba Sunday He could not Safety louger resist the urgent invitatious sent on the postal card sy development to all parts of the NERVE Lira is the onl purely icltcf fron scientific trtviuent aiil alToi tUo first Uaj i use It rt raAHK lLo cause and issisiM nniiro tn t fTi ct a cute Cures ujriiiHecil Epical dweuui Wj hysiehns i Noivoo Diseases Our new treuti and Uwovery mailed Manhood Its free in plain waled wtaprx r tor tvo 2 cent stamps Mention ihi9 paper Send Hc jr frltl Tieilmsjl ni be Ccmlnctd iliseavt ami restores full vital power Curu3 all wasting lly H ERES V0UR BOYS AND 100 WALTHAM Fob- OPPORTUNITY seSSre BICYCLE Is MODEL A HERVMJrE HXH0 MEPIJAt CO MICH Comtort vos bit of a thing can accomplish Sick headache constipation djspepila sour stomach diszlness aro quickly banished by De Witts Little Early Risers Small pill Safe pill Best Pill Short ILtynes a It Issurprsng what Louisville and tavi Ueten Packet Line Fait Mall Moo the oatent thrce bnll bcarinus Wattliam to ninlotrry full Ruarnntie cf tlie Amcrlcau MaUUoii htrctt Waltham Mom Wctern Saleroom 165 Clilcaco Ill where the wluiUiiiay be exainlneaalotiy five pir thefieloiiKCtlUtor aKimlitiff To the time JtNCIISlI wonU funiieJ fi om tho ix letter In the name of the popular iiiapatlue Mil OWL by MAY 15 vu o wn1 1097 TheOwl Ittbluhln lwle wilt the one ol these ninl I ime wonl nerliliirvclea Ueerub fer omit proper mmi aul nHirnhn ms To cuter contiit neyear lrlce jou mint nibvnbe fjrTIU iVI ilc eiire nml mention thH piii r Miiut I there be more than five persons enunir tl- t wit be nnde neconllmr to the dale Hits the mine number of wnrl tH Audrc arc mallei TH E OWL Vuion Square New York City THEOWLIS FORSALEON ALL NEWSTANDS PRICEBCENTS iijnoiiinrirfip11invp FBFTY CENTS fr WATKINS WILLIAMS Louisville and Evansville STKAMEUS WheelTobaccoGo lNCOltlOUAlKl Morton Wat kins Brother of Dr S 6 BANK or HARDnTSBUG Wakini Marries inNew York New York March III Moitou Wat kins of Offeusboro and Mtfs Mary Glenn VilHnnneof Columbia South Car- Â¬ olina were man led this evening in tlie V r- T- tuvw Little Church Around the Corner this city The bride is a cousin of Miss Estole Lawton of Offansloro J O Rtidd Jr Charley Waudllng David T Stuart Elgar Turpi n and wife and Angus McNeil and wif of Oivensboro Moulder Hudulns correspondent St Inils Republic and wife Frank Tunif if Cineinnili Jnwell MrKnller of Columbia J II Millar o Greenville anei Ashley I wing of Lexington Ky were among tlie two delta personal Meads of tint eoatnietlae partUa pWMHf V Ship jour tobacco to tho Wheel Tobac- Â¬ co Co the only tobacco firm that la co- Â¬ B V BEARD Preildent operative Kvery one who ships us five WILL MILLSR Vloe PreilJent of the hogsheadd becomes a mttnlicr M U BKAUD OtiMtr D h Peony Maitar h T Conner Purser company nml shares in all future profits fooled by njents falao promises QW BKARD Dont be 1 rebates ami big prices AVe cliarKe lew MORRIS K3KRIDQK V - DlrMtori R M JOLLY W U Newtell 1uner U II DallarJ Matter than over before our regular fees have been rotlucod from fifty cents to ono dol- Â¬ on time deposits D STAGGS lar per hognhead to suit the low prices Fatunlay between IouliTllIe now being paid You will got the boat Dally cict and Weir AinitnUm attention every hogshead la handled Freight ihlrpd by thli Use dcllveroJ quick with the greatest carp and no rfj ctton er than by rail unit 88 aclunlly necesjsary Wo will re Â¬ Office qb Gth St CamlUn lad Travelers will flotl the steamer are u itir mit by check or registered letter Office paued la rriulpBieat an J accmuinoJetloni and salt a room South east oornerof Main Jleotlitrj lo alllta Brenuhe neellceJ kDil Tb beet full nary re employed as oookl and In aud 1 ih streets tonIville Ky Mark all oprtroni perforwej the the molt skillful tn tht a the beet hotels the taeflu ll timH uiiBoer t prteee to lutt yourbotslieail Crown Bridge Work MeUlty Teek ITS a d 178 4th Avenue Oeseral Poeltlvely WHtout hrfa ettret4 TOBAOOOOO LMleTllle HeHHiM IHoet Ueatlela W W HITK WMflRUCKSwy P V MNMV LOUI8VILLX KY Pre In eMlerM apt F M llyan Maiter W A E G RAGON Illihop Purw TAItASCON TELL CITY P interestpaid J C BUSH D D S o4 eol WHEEL iil Setel tf - lwlt r THK BRELOKRJKtRXDQHl MRWS MASON GLOVR PORT vzfF In the Toils of n cough a hacking racking rnsping cough that irritates the lungs and leads to dire results It is iu such cases that KY AND DIXONS LINE irob McGregor 1 A TALE OF TENNESSEE CoPTBimiT 1800 Something About the Two Men Whose Nadvi It Has Made Famous From die New Vftrk Sun jflfougJC VOCAL for the CENTS fllMUtOn r 4H AND INSTRUMENTAL TOR PIANO AND ORflAN By Martha McCullock Williams llr Tilt Author who Knows hifnsclf ni n holy inco Tho blind mans faco nvih trnnsfig As tho nred with it soft tender smilo ministers voico died nwny he began to Thcro repeat In n clear hapry tono hall bo no mora night thcro neither any weeping fcr tho Lamb rf God which tnketh nway tho ins of tho worl I shall w ipo all tears from their eyes Hob rau to him mid begun to say in her old merry voice Hero I urn dad- Â¬ dy homo with news to Sho could not go ou Ho had caught tho shako hi lurvcito aid put nut his nriiiH to her with a i mi uOls nulla Littlo daughter n Uh como ut last ho tho bcuutifi1 light tho said strdiug hir hail us lur hiad fill on his hiiitsl After n miiiiito ho went ou That ii my hiavo darling Sho is sorry ah so sorry to loho her daddy but hlio will not ltt her sobs break tip this everlasting peace Littlo comrade it is hard to loaocu tveu for heaven But darling jour mother is there You will not think I grow cowardly mid did not wunt to stay You havo been brave No daddy tho very brnvest man in tho world Hob said forcing her words to bo steady Life has not been too easy for cither of us It seems n littlo bit selfish your leaving mo alone but I can go too some day But not for n long time ho said You have Hoscoe pnttiug her hand Promiso mo you will keep and cherish it nlwuys Fcr uwhilo you will bo lonely But daughter tho light hrs come and in it I seo clearly many niiiny thiugs Call tho Tnlbots thu colonel aud Jack I want thim Thcro is some In IihixhcI About ltO years rg 1701 two highly erieiitllht Htiglishmi n chiiiii over lo thin country frini lnnlon ou it scientific errand nnd being very particular persi us they drew a pr tty sharp lino between a good tinny ihlt gs Tliu lluo they drew hits gone d iwu Into 10 CHAPTEU XX Tho McGregor lawyer wlmrs ho Im cr witness tho man said In tho bmuo nwfnl whisper tho Lawfully aunimonscd nroyon judgo nskod with nil tho dignity ho Mr Grahall had darted could muster at tho newcomer Now ho lifted his head nnd shook it nt tho lionorablo Utisuminons court saying tranquilly ed judge nnd thereforo likely to toll It is proverbial in nil wars tho truth that 010 volunteer is worth a couplo of drafted men Lcmmo kiss tho hook I nlnt got much time then gimmo whiskyl tho inuu gasped beginning to totlrr As ho win sot iu u chair villi ono of n dozen offered flasks to Ills month Noch Aiinis iigaiu mado to sneak away Ho had been going gray nnd whlto ever sinco tho man cauio in with n firo bock of tho grnyncss that hinted of dreadful things A hush fell over tho room Tlje nir of It seemed to draw in nnd out with tho breathing of tlioso who sat watching this startling climnx of n Fecial drama Holding out tho liitilo ho had jist Tho kissed tho stronger went on wholo truth notliiti but tho truth Ill tell that I aint uo legal witness Hear jails in cvory body Im er convict wnlt fcr mo Hut mammy knows too falio greed tcr let mo siy fust because well because I jef t wanter an an I aint got much time This is most cxtraordinaiy but of courso tho honornblo court will not loso its valuublo tiiuo over such ravings Mr Howell said loftily Instantly thcro was a surgo through tho courtroom mid Yes tho court willl deep eric Judgo Wnxoni had been on tho point of declaring court adjourned but he was far too wary to set himself thus against his populace Tho court will hear then pass on tho admissibility of tho evidence ho said with a bow to the voting olemcnt It was neither law nor practice but ho know liis puhlio and had no mind to balk it with election but two weeks nhoad Every lody was standing tho better to sco nnd hear At first they cauirht Tho newcomers hardly it syllable husky voico mado hut tho meiest rustlo of sound through tho silence Mammy knows well as mo ho was Sho tried tor raiso mo honest saying My uamos Jim Hinsley nn Im gran samo ns son tor old Naomi Pickin that po gal than Mammy married fut an novcr went ter tho Eclanoy but sho knows how her mammy signed tho land erway becauso of cr speckled heifer Oh daddy was rightl Hob whispered to Mrs Payno then bent eagerly forward Tho man was saying iu still that whistling husky tone Wo lived in Tipton county cr fur picco from yoro hut Magnolycr po gal como thar tor sco us when her mammy died an thar this yero scoundrel Noch Aniiis como with er makin out they was mar ried though shewn nt hardly lfi Magnolias faco went down in her hand Noch caught her roughly aud jerked her upright thon mado n for ward leap and locked his hands about tho other mans throat roaring out Jailbird how dar yon como yero talkin over other folks privlt corn corns Do quiet my maul Id hato tor Deputy handcuff you beforo tho time Sheriff Reed said forcing him bjek Hiusloy was coughing fearfully Ho drank moro whisky nnd went on I was crazy tcr marry too then I had jest mot up with my Hetty j hadnt ur been fcr that I mought not er be Moved Ncch so easy when ho tolo mo wlrot cr Alio thing stcalin horses was Ho had er gang ho said Ut Id jino cm wo could mako piles er cash mo cr visitin him in Misoury cr tho Kola noy nn sellin stock from down onr way nn him cr loin tho samo iu Tennessee So I foollike jiued cm Oh how wo nil sworo tcr help ouo ernother when troublo come cf over ISut when it como ter mo mi ernother po chap they waiit fcr hclpiu us Woil tloiio well that season Thar was money tcr sheer nu they thought twould go better beBut they tween jest tlmr ownsolves givo us far words Besides wo want tho sort ter givo em away This is raving maduess puro lunacy nnd utterly foroign to tho case I demand that it bo Btopped Mr How- Â¬ ell began as tho narrator paused to catch breath A big fellow tall nnd gaunt iu tho front rank of listeners set tho lawyer down forcibly saying dryly Whatovcr clso it is rah its mighty iutorcstin nn as your friend Im ndvis- iu you ter listen ter it nu keep still Go oil my man Mr Grahall said kindly Ho had beckoned Hob to ills Hide Tho strangers oyo lit up nt sight of her but ho mado no sign that sho was not wholly strange Clinching ono hand about tho other wrist ho wont on with nwful effort They talked help nu pardon ter us nu all tho time I found it out Inter thoy was payln tcr tcr havo us put outer the way That want nil neither Noch took cr notiou tcr my Dotty Bo causo sho wouldnt havo nothin ter say ter him ho ho turned her outen tho houso I had lost everything ter buy fcr us Dut sho was good grit Sho held her head up an tolo nobody not obcii mammy hat worked nn slaved on wait iu fcr me till till tho youtig ono died Then bIiu givo up Tim poorvoiro failed utterly A great sob choked nnd shook tho wasted frainn Sho laid As it jiusmd Iliuxley said dowu tcr die but sho wanted inn jail bird that I wus Sho cried fcr mo day nu night Belluvo it ir not I kuowed it nn knnwed sho wni dyiu Then nil hell couldnt cr ken mo iu that thar chain gang I run ait tromprd tin hid an vtarvod but hut God wiu good I soeu Betty Drlnkl It will heJiiyouMr Grab all BaM holding a cordial to tho parch Â¬ As Jiiiuley kwullowed it he ed lip looked up at Hob with adoring eyes then hurried ou X kuowed this country round yero because I stole er liore here once tho vwt best hone u when I como ter be place wbur I got it it Jeit seemed -F dnBallln loll i K H1WVMUIVwui- wvbw wumvm ILIt Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ went in no olo conjuio wouiaus cabin tt ar ut Iloscoe nn slip cho gimme wind ir iiis ytro liucal do Ills cr Nochs SJio kuowed Nochs uinmmy back iu tho olo limes but some Â¬ my feet co 1 way sho hadnt things I told mo jest foro sho died Noch had showed htr rr paper nn said ho couhl git big money fcr it from two people nu sho looked nt it nu setn granmns nanin nt tho bottom with cr big black mark between Betty was cr fine scholar could read wtltiu nn all that I dont know cr letter in tho book Sho tolo mo Noh ninied ter lravo it with his pardntr tho paper you know After sho died I ft tiled with him an then I looked fir it uinngthu things ho behine kf Oh hnrt h Tim his mother ex postulated her hnnl otrr his mouth Ho put her aside nnd half ioe crying out I wanter tell it I killed himl Ef only I kin kilt Noch too fcr tho way lie But but heres tho papcrl Mr Lawyer will you jest seo what it air Judgo It is tho deed wo want Graball said running his cyo over the yellow paper As ono man tho crowd cheered all savo Mr Howell nnd his chief patron Undersherilt Heed had been holding Annis n littlo to ouo side As ho mado to slip tho hnudeuiTsou him Magnolia rushed at him with n piero lug scream and flung her arms wildly nbout tho prisoners neck Then sho darted to Hob who hung upon Judgo Graballs arm and knolt to her crying Oh young gal young gal have out mercy Ill tell tho truth I I kuowed it was your Ian but but I claimed it fcr fcr Noch nn the littlo nu Do lot him gol Oh makueml Hos beat mo ho mmight kill mo liko ho douo them beasts cr yours but I I lovo him lilui only I Oh do say you wont let them men shot him up Po Magnolycrl Po gall An ho wanted ter quit you fer Betty Hinsley said tiying to take her hand Robstep pod between them mid llfird tho frantio woman to htr feet mying through her If I can liolp you bo suro I tears will I cant iifcvcr pay you fcr fcr tho 3lght er Betty 1 hopes tho good Lord will I douo my best Hinsley said in Hobs ear iih Magnolia s ltd wtcping away And then camo the climax of confused excitement Aunt Pliemy walk- Â¬ right end ir didnt git it ie itlier till Uctty got ut tho liht Â¬ Â¬ c r e4SE mi iSMM W rwi IWSA A tr Mu AliJ4Y h LX AABLifc v Jc V Y J rfvSJ VS A - Cure Dr Muiuleuhalls Cold and Grippe Cure is guaranteed to cure Colds La JacU he gold iimucr mc uoiv Grippe Headache N uragia Aching cd out of tho courtroom her faco full of baleful joy and as thc passed tho thresh Feverish Conditions Prostration etc For tho Cough take Dr Mendeiihulls old Mr Topmark fell fneo downward Cough and Consumption Cure For ealo in a swoon that was liko death by Short Haynes Tho day had been dull but it had Care of Young Chickens other happeningsyct to come Half way homo tho Payno cirriago met n messen When the chicks are due to hatch ger coming hot foot to say Ccrintha watch over the mother hen cart fully bado them hasten if they would sco Mr hut do not unnecessarily disturb her McGregor alivo all disturbing iifluenc s such as Tim homo coming had been n sort of Keep other fowls cats drgs nnd even boist- Â¬ procession triumphal At least n half dozen good fellows had volunteered to erous children nway fiom lur whilo ride lantern iu hand beforo tho car- hatching nnd fur several dnjs after A riage so it might be driven at speed sudden fright Is very detrimental to the Insiilo Hob sat with Mrs Paynos arms welfare of young chicks about her nnd Mr Payno mid Colonel If two hens are hatching give the Tulbot jubilant ou tho seat opposite first chicks out of the hells to one lieu Sho wns full of rosy triumph yet ut tho and the remaining eggs to the other hail sho got white and Mild unsteadily Allow the chicks to btiiy in the nett That must mean daddy needs mo Let mo get out please Some ono givo until they are thoroughly dry and strong mo n liorsn I can rldo in half tho tiino enough to scramble out from under the tho carriago must take hen Sho is right Let her out Colonol When n moving from the nest dust Talbot said opening tho door and the hen with pyiethiutn powder keep Tho best two springing out besidohcr all grease oils and especially any mix horses boys ho went on You can ture of turpentine away from her havo our places hut go wo must Almost beforo sho drew n second Pyrethium is a yellow powder nnd can breath Hob was mounted and racing for bo bought ntany drug store ten touts ward nt Colonel Talbots elbow Ho will buy enough for several hems rodo still us light and straight as in his Coops are bo often im ru death trajis soldier days Two lantern bearers horo tor joung chicks that we long ago dis Â¬ them conipjny and no word was spo- carded them Instead of coops for the ken savo once when ho said gently very early broods we use shallow boxes touching her nrni Dear child wo will about 18x 21 inches and not more than surely bo in time they camo to tho eight inches high They arc stored Tlitii silence until Payno gate It iluw wido beforo thoy awuy in the dry during winter and when rendu d it A kind voico critd through wanted dry earth or saw dust is sprinkled thu darkness iu the bottom They hold one lieu Thank God you is in tlmo Miss with lierbrotd It it is cold or euowy Rcbl I here urn say your pappy aiiit outside eet near it suuiiy window in the gwiuo bttiy much longer wny frum hcub house oi if warm aud not wiudy But iu en Hob leaned far over her horses neck sjino sunny nook outdoors during the warm part of thu day Thu lieu is at Tho houso was still half n mllo uwny liberty to leave thu box hut will not go Sho whispered low to tho straining Gol Go My daddy is dying beast far as the chicks cannot follow and As though tho good crcatuio compre when she steps dowu iu the be xit being hended it strctehtd itself iu long leaps ahallow aud roomy she cannot crush that left other company behind Wraith them I like these boxes been mo they liko alio crotKfd the fields sped up tho uvenue sprnug dowu and ran to tho are easily cleaned and easily moved and wido fiont ihamlir where lights and they admit all the sunshine which is Even alter moving figures told her sho would dud life to tho growing thicks her previous charge thu chicks are large enough to run about Ho lay easily propped with pillows thu lieu will come back aud hover dowu uo whiter than his face Ceriuthit Bat Iu the box Thu chicks will crowd up besido him holding his chill hand A agaiubt the outside and can be gitl creel littlo wuy off Brother Waltou roud tho Twenty third Psalm in the voioo of ouo up by the double handful and set down by the heu tlie box lifted and h1 inside the bedroom Give for the first feed llht In old nncAM crumb eitlior dry or iuomuiihI Iu Is quickly absorb Well baked cum bread awiet milk ed Cleanses the may be given oteasiciully for a ihange Nasal Passages AlMaiBteu the crusts iu swiet milk until lays Pain and Inthey eiumhlf but feed the toft part as flammation Heal it la Feed olieu the first two weeks and Piotecta the and give variety Tii y uliould have all Membrane from they want but none to leave to keep Cold Restores the them thriving they should be ready for Senses of Taste and each meal If a chick can be kept alive Smell Gives Re until it is four weeks old it will be very lief at once and it apt to live uutil full grown As they COLD N HEAD grow older gradually extend the time will euro A particle leaprlied directly Into lh Dotluli t Letween meals and give more graiu fiirw able jo cents at Drugiu cr by mall tarn whole wheat and coarsely cracked corn pies ioc hv trail A Missouri Wouiau iu Farm Journal KXV BROTIILKS j6 Warren St New YotkChy Cold and Grippe Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ dr XSffi thing I must say Here old fiiend just besidoyonl Colonel Tnlbot said taking tho dying hand in n close brotlurly grasp Rob knelt still ut tho btdsido Jack bent ubovo hrr as he too answered the sum mons Her father motioned her to rise and stand beside tho young man ho words coming ho said Jack hard answer mo now as though you stocd facing tho judgment bar do jou lovo my child Jack Better than my life my soul said huskily fcho The blind man toftly smiled ho said lias loved you all lcr life Into your liiiuds I commit her May tho Lord God keepard bios you Loth taid Brother Walton Amen amen nnd Colonel Talbot iu ouo breath Co rintha Payno sobbed aloud and Jack drow his sweetheart within his arms saying biokenly And I havo loved her nil her lifo With a hist flicker of strength tho blind man drow their hands together and held them a minute Then his fin gers looted their hold his head diopped uid those watching saw that his dark Â¬ ness had ended iu tho perfect day Â¬ I Â¬ the ini history and Iihh carried their nanus with it so though If j on g back to the proceedings of the Royal SVcIety of Gr at llritaln you will find their names appear- Â¬ ing often enough in tills country they nre known only by their line Mason and 1 xons line the line between IVui sylvanln nnd Mar land ho North si o of which before the war meant Jnv duin the South aide slavery iu the rnsu of a ueero Cliarhs Mason was tho more Itnpor rtit Jeremiah Dixons famti depend like that of a great many other un n and of foinu fillies tipou his connection with a line Masons doesnt He wis nn P II S aud cyon nowadajs whe n Qn en Victoria has invented orders that includ unybody and evorybody the hit is F It S stands for a good deal when I liny follow a mans name This whs In w 1 theso scientific men camo here tween the proprietors of Pennsylvania and the proprietor of Mart laud there had been a dispute and neither knew just whero to shinny if he wanted to shinny on his own aide and tho olh r fellow wouldnt let him shinny on ills the other fellows side Now such n state of aflalrs is troublesome so Mr Thomas Penn and the Right Hononrahlo the Lord Baltimore decided to hato the line drawn tight and by and witli the advice nnd consent of the Royal Society hired Mr Charles Mason nud Mr Jere- Â¬ miah Dixon to draw it These gentle Â¬ men had only recently returned from observing the transit of Venus at tho Cape of Good Hope so they were pretty well travelled men for those days and they wero moro travelled jet win n they came back from this country Two yeais at sea and iu South Africa and five ytnrs at sen nud among the American Indians must have been somewhat ofnejele of Cathay UO yeais rgo It is hard to con- Â¬ ceive to day exactly the enterprise and courage of these two astronomers and mathematicians iu travelling so far in such different directions Mason kept a diary of his stay in this country in which he incorporati d his field notes This was found in a pile of waste paper in the Government Housa at Halifax in 18U0 The adveiitun s mis haps and incidents of each day nre set down in his diary together with the sta tlstical details of the survey and the astronomical observations The name of every halting place la put down togeth er with that f every person who oflered them hospitality nnd botanical notes remarks ou tho country its agricultural capabilities and geological structure are found continually Then some interest ing papers were stitched into the book Que is a certifictte Mr Charles Mason is duly admited it corresponding member of the American society held in Philadelphia for promoting useful knowledge Signed by order of the society Giiarleh Tiiosiwon Cor Secy Uith day of April A D 17U8 Tho original instructions from the Pennsand Lord Baltimore are with the field notes together with a certificate from the Royal Sosiety authorizing Ma son and Dixon to measure a degree of latitude and agreeing to pay tlfeni 200 for doing the woik It took them nearly a mouth to measure the degree probably that was the best paid month they spent in America for though the ibid noifl do not disclose the compensation given by the Perms and Lord Baltimore it is hardly probable that it was JCJOOa month for more than sixty months Mason and Dixon reached Philadel phia from Knglaiid on Nov lfi 17ti3 they had sailed in September probably On Dec 3 they determined the situation of a house iu Cedar or South street which the authorities did verily believe from the time the said city was first laid out to have been deemed and taken the Southern boundary thereof They found its latitude to be 39 5liN 20 N After that they wo lit to woik history shows with what results Up to Juue 1707 they were busy along the borders of Pennsylvania nud Maryland Ih reafter they started to traco the West line to its Western extremity Sir William John- Â¬ son having obtained tho corjseut of the Indians to their doing bo They received ii structions about treating the Indians carefully and got this tip 011 Juue 18 The Couuns doners n commended to Messrs Mason aud Dxou that the spirituous liquois to be given to the Indians attending thoin be iu email quantities mixed with water and delivered to them not more than three tiinis a day Thero is practical temperanc vintage of -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fiy the most popular nuthors of to day Kduard Hoist Charles Graham J I 1lynii Ilnrry luriicss Gussle h Davis Otto Iicboc The Phil McDonald John T Connors Percy Arnold nnd others Two Little Down Vcnt McGlnty same authors who composed The Fatal Wedding Lighthouse by the Sea Girls in niue mid other popular successes Marine Band March Happy Birds All music new and never on sale before Title pages handsomely Illustrated hi colors 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per bbl Prom store 2 to S cts hlghar Nary Beans per bushel ROOTS Olnaeng Sonlca Snake f OJ 7 4 Q f 7 8 00 I yv r 755 Doors Sash Blinds Yellow Pine Floor Mh 7Sl3 00 00 2 51 75 100 240 275 Pink Yellow Wild linger Lady Slimier May Appl Blood - H 06 1 1 ing and Celling Weather Boarding Salt Linio Cement Shinxleo LatliH Plaster Plastering Hair Plow Handles Bricks Etc Estimates Furnished for Buildings and Building Material i SS5 ttazur x IS tafS J i The well known Brands of At ii 3H - FIELD SEEDS Timothy per tushel Clover per bushel Crimson Clover per buahel Bed Top pel buihel Orchard Gran per bushel buahel Blue Iraea fancy Bluo Grata extra per buahel Onion Fell Yellow per buahel White 110 4 60 3 00 69 1 10 85 55 1 25 50 the Law Office of IN IIAUDINSBURQ V G BABBAGE Louisville HendersonSt Louis hyCov - pr v 4j You Can Get HIDES Oreen c ood Dry Salt good Dry flint good Sheep aklna WOOL 8 10 10 9 11 64 40 21 Tab washed Urease fine 16 Burry Black 93 12 8 IS 12 A Deed Mortgage or any writ- Â¬ Tuklug Cffect ten instrument drawn Rnt At 600 otlckA H Swdiy Bee 27 1336 buy or sell a pitcu of laud Eat t Bound Train Collections made and remit- Â¬ Weil Sound Traini tances pronfpt Mail Mall A Copying done on the Call Kaprs Exprs STATIONS Kxprs Kxpr graph the beat vtvPe writer Daily Pally Dally Dally in the world 6 30pin 8 0 lam IvUnn ptar 12 45pm TIME SCHEDULE asro 3 - v 0 43 7 37 13 10 Barry and Cuts MISCELLANEOUS Tallow Beeswax Sorghum 4K 25 GROCERIES CANDIES CIGARS TOBACCO LUNCHES LUNCHES LUNCHES 75 7 28 741 812 860 8 41 8 48 9 03 KlH nentucay at West Point 12 30 Molasaea - 70 76J 810 15 20 SOS 8 24 916 925 933 llrandenburg Bkron Guston irvinirton Howard Willowdale Kock Haven Long 11 ranch 1165am 112 FARMERS I have concluded 82 8 4U 8 47 8 62 9 00 9 41 9 48 1013 1007 10 90 to purchase 50000 lbs more of tobacco Far- Â¬ mers who have large crops will please bring samples to me at once J B PACE Tr CLOVERPORT KY Get my prices on the above and note tho money I can Bavo you 904 907 920 923 933 9 43 08 IS 25 1038 10 48 1100 1106 1108 10 10 10 11 15 953 968 JH HOOK 1020 1022 1035 1038 10 44 0 59 1107 1113 1122 112 1118 1149 Saujpte Stephensport Addisou Cloverport Shops SKlllman Webster Iodlburc fierce Holt 1143 1137 1130 1122 1113 1114 1065 1040 1037 10W 10 24 1011 1008 1005 9 62 9 48 i Hawcsville Ietrie Falcon IewUport Waitman 93 916 918 912 865 8 8 0 02 43 31 Iowers IIAIIDIN3BURG KY 1211pm 1210 20 20 1231 12 12 116lim Owensboro Stanley lates Mattingly GrlflitV J H Hunsche 1123 Worthington Basiett ar Hendern L 825 811 818 804 7 68 7 61 7 43 131pm 12 41 11 88oir 1248 Oi nn 11 69pm L II Heads Spottsvllle lr 738 7 20m Vf suoscriDejwow THE The TAILOR Will be in Clover port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month with Casper May O Co IND OANNELTON St Ry FordsviMe Branch DEO TIME TABLE No 9 TAKING Daily I Dally ex Sun ex Sun No 6 No 1 11 EFFECT West Bound Trains 22 1895 Kait Bound Train Dally I Dally 1 STATIONS ex Sun ex Sun No 3 No 1150 12 12 10am Lv WEEKLY 1205pm 1212 72 35 1258 Irvlngton Ar 9 20im Gsrheld 810 Harned 760 junction 7 40 Hatdinshurg 7 30 Junction Kirk 7 15 t j LOUISVILLE DISPATCH A STRAIGHT DEMOCRATIC 110 128 135 155 2 20 trKalWRmighlv 600 Dempster Hoc li vale Huth Oaks Mitchell G Gfcndcane Dempster Jolly 7 00 6 60 6 30 6 20 37 5 27 5 18 5 08 441 B S W RT I 230 2 42 2 54 109 320 Atkins NEWSEAPER For the Free Coinage of Sllve For the Chicago Platform For the Democratic Nominees For the Interest of the Masses All TIME TABXjB Trains leave Louisville as follows Hftn- - At--H- 40 t Vm iSx5yc5 s255 Good Neat Priming Is just as jwential to success In business as your rating with any of tho nicrchan tilc agencies Write for prices antl samples All work guaranteed us K all - B A W ItAILWAV Kail J St Louis nuil the O S Vt Cinclnnatl and tho No 1 8 2 45pm 603pm 11 cjpm 1707 daiiuiLAIAKKiI Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Bls Dut the Indiana objected fl rnlly to the lines being run further than a road called the War path so iu 1703 the Mirvejors stopped working and prepared to return homo They Bottled tiling very quick ly as the notes show 17C8 August 215 20 27 Attended the Gent Coiumlsiioners at New Town where our accounts wero settled certificates given us of tho same and the whole work ou our part relating to the business we had boen engaged in for the Honour Â¬ able Proprietors of Maryland and Penn- Â¬ sylvania are eutiruly llulsied This is tho last entry in the volume of notes Sept 0 At 1 1 1 30 a m went on board the Halifax packet bound or Falmouth Thus etuld my restless progress in AmerÂ¬ Â¬ ihe Latest Telegraphic News All the Latest State News All the Latest Market Reports Correct Market Reports Correct Court Reports Reliable News Reports Honeit Editorial Policy THE Weekly Louisville Dispatch AND Cincln all Ar Columbus 7 jjam Ar Pituburg n 10am Ar Wathington pm 1 Ar llatlimoro 10 15am Ar Phi atlelphU 3 40 m is jonn Ar New York Siifn Ar lloston 3P 9 3Pi Naln No 16 has elegant rullman lluflet larlor Car to Cincinnati an I UrawjiE room Sleeper and J nlnscarsClucinnvti tn Washington llalllmore riilUUalphla and New York without cnangr Trail No iShascltgaot 1ullmaa FmlrCrto Cincinnati and Pullman Diawinx room and dining can Cincinnati to New York without change Train No so has sleepers to Cincinnati open at 9 oclock to receive paistrges No tt No 44 No so 8 131m s 33am 8 aopm Louis Ujoan 040pm 711am 8 40pm Ar Springfield 9 33am North Vernon accomodation leaves at 7 13 a m dally Cnarestown accommodation leaves at 5 30 p m except burday Taini Nos 16 so and 44 havatlsgant day coaches Iul nun parlor and sleeping cars to St Louis TWAINS AKHIVE From East 7 13 am is 15 noonj 640 pm 35 a m 3 sou in is lrom Wwt 7 sea m is 13 p m 64a pm City Ticket office southeast corner Fourth and Alain streets Depot Seventh and river IordiUil InformatWa reirariiing rates tlae on cannettlag lines aleeptag Bailor dialsg MJs tc Lv Louisville Iv IoulmlKa No so No 6 8 jjam a jsam 645am 1153am 553pm 1113am Sajpm 650 am 150am ii i i i i -- - Breckenridge News St Louis Springfield and the Watt Sit The Breckenridge News Ar r J aft ONE YEA 1 75 86 f ica Charles Mavin wfs born in 1730 0 was only thirty eight when lie finished hia famous line He returned to upland and later to this country where he died in Philadelphia in Febru Â¬ ary 1787 Ifvour eak hla umnuuient look Kwt or West along tfi Penaavlva 11U Maryland State line You wont see it but it thereto As for Mr Dixoi who knows He eame with Maaon he l went with Mason jaud he la not 4 the that he Subscribe now and beeln with 11 ret issue of tho Dispatch which w ill appear tho eecoiiel week in April 4 Torturintfltahliig scaly skin eruption bursa and scalda are soothed at once and promptly healed by DeWitta Wlteh Hagel Salve the beet knows cure ht Short Jc HayBW pile sdJrtss District Ticket Agent H ilt Q S W H y Ky 4th and Main Loulv or J M CHK88BROUOM OtBwal Iaseaser Amsm CIswiMMssI Otk O M WAKinlL Aslstat Cttirinmil OMa N mmr IaH KSBKUvVN 0efJ Afi TE Awnrdcil Highest Honors Worlds Fair employe of the ait Texas after n lay off of over four months with a broken leg is now able to resume his position with tho road Dan Walls 1 BRROKRNRIDGR NElWS GLOVKRPORT KV DUKES Tutts Pills City Council The monthly meeting of tho City Council convened at thn City Hall Mon Â¬ day with all present except Mr liilard from the Second ward The homo was called to order at tho regular hour by tho Mayor Tho minutes of last meeting were read by the clerk and approved The Mayor calling for any unfinished business the quentlon of Mrs ledgÂ¬ ers stable wns brought up as to whether It had been attended to or not It had not and it was ordored to bo done at once New business was then asked for tho outstanding bonds due the city for fl les was ordered to be looked after The Street Committee had no report to make Financo Committee nothing special only that the Sinking Fund was not increasing any Tho reg ular allowing of claims and accounts weio taken up for disposition Mr Oelzs put the question of selling beer by the keg Ho was in by agents to individuals favor of putting a tax on every keg when sold outside of saloonB He Bald it was a disgrace to allow this Sunday drinking This was held over for fur Â¬ to go on Tho Mayor then ther investigation presented to tho Council IiIb cow ordinance this was referred to the Ordi- Â¬ nance Committee Tho Council held on longer at this meeting than any previous one a motion was put to adjourn but a second could not be heard A number of motions were put to adjourn but a sec Â¬ ond was in vain A visitor would have come to the conclusion that thoy were Finally trying to elect a Senator after they were about worn out a motion was made to adjourn and then a second All of tho officers salaries were came 4 il CREAM Xb r K - BMING MOST PERFECT MADE pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder Free bom Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant 40 Years the Standard Breckenridge WFI NEf PAY News 7 1897 AHUL LOCAL BRfcVITIES Mrs Joseph Smart is quite ill Fnsli oyfltery at F Seltrleda New wall paper at T F Sawyers New line of wall paper at Uabbages Three nice rooms to rent apply at this office Lace curtains 25 cents a pair Home Laundry Court of Claims met at Hardinsburg yesterday All periodicals for April have arrived Babbages Fourteen men are employed at Corn wells juary US Ilennen of Hawesvllle spont Sunday here Good wall paper 2 cents single roll T F Sawyer J F Payne of Lodlburg was in the city Saturday Mr and Mrs Alf Oelze went to Louis- Â¬ ville ytsterday Sherlfl Pate of Hardinsburg was in the city yesterday Pauls writing fluid the greatest ink of the age Babbages Louisyille Preebytory meets at Owons boro next Sunday James G Stephens of Addison was in the city Saturday Dr David Wnite of Stephensport was in the city Sunday See the Missts Calloway for your spring Millinery goods Prayer meeting at the Baptist church to night All are Invited Vocal and instrumental sheet music for ten cents at Babbagess Millinery in all of the latest designs can bo seen at Misses Calloway Home Laundry will laundry your shirt waists for 10 cents send them in The last of tho season fresh oysters served in any style at F Seifrieds Hal hat ha tho hats that Miller Lightfoot can show you this season Perfectly marvelous is our stock of spring millinery Misjes Calloway Miss Nellie Burks of Addison is in Louisville with relatives and friends Miss Brfsiie Logan of Kockport is the guest of her uncle Prof J II Logan The musical club will meet with Mrs Eugene Haynes next Friday evening at 730 Alf Odlze is building a veranda at the west end of his residence on Second street spent Claude Carlisle of Deanfleld Sunday with his parents Mr and Mis George Carlisle Cornwalls stone quarrymen have moved into the city aud aio stopping at the Mitchell Hotel If you desire to be strictly up to date when you purchase your hat you must see Miller lightfoot Kav Donald Grant will preach on the Open Saloon next Sunday morning Come out and hear him Mike Hamman sold to Ghaa Boufler last Friday a house and lot on Second street Consideration 800 The Cincinnati Cooperage Compauy wants 50 hands to work on a tract of timber over on Short creek You will certainly mits it this season if you dont examine the stock of millin- Â¬ ery at Mrs II V Duncans lieyser fc Staders fine black horee Kyler died Friday from injuries sus Â¬ tained in a runaway hut Tuesday Do you want a permanent position If bo write to Tho with good pay Hawks Nursery Co Kochester N Y Jim Withers with his thrto bods Lnfe Alviu and Venule and J A DeJernutte of Kirk were in town last Wednesday JutgoWm Ahl and daughter Ella of Hardinsburg cauie dowu Saturday to spend Sunday with relatives and friends A collection was taken at the Baptist church Sunday night fur the beuetlt of thoBUtldrert along the Mississippi river Pure rose comb brown Lghorn and light Brahma ega 60 ceuta aud 1 00 per setting J Scott Vance Cloverport Itev W B Hutltxlgfl spent lat week up in Bullitt county helping his moth Mrs Wigijlntdn pitch her crop The Stearaar Cloverport took quite a crowd to Derby Monday nlgljt A big ooclc fight Hhere yeBterday wis the attraction Proably to thoa residing away from here the faut of saving money on milli Â¬ nery has not owurral to you write Miller Lightfoot Jehaale Burks tew bub of the Corn well reek quarry who has been here for NMtim ms goae le Qhleatfo to aeeept veqr luatafve peeHiett w i - r M 4yj l IP te- - I K a 1 w r 1 wfrl fcJ 1 if ImnUmt 4 QwMefcafa mv aamnllilrt wMi Mr T tytffrf fitter aU erf a Health very good and farmers all busy FarmcrB have at last got through sow- Â¬ ing oata Young Ladys Parsonage and The Homo Mission Society will meet at the lion It J Tindlo is at homo for n few Methodist church tills afternoon at days recuperating oclock All members n quested to be John Downs and Will Hardin went to present Hawesvllle Saturday is health The secret of health is Tho Cloverport High School enter- Â¬ Mrs Ktntna Isom rpent Thursday oil1 Monday even- Â¬ the power lo digest and assim- Â¬ tainment which came night with Mrs Aggie Roberts ing in Babbages Hall Mas a decided ilate a proper quanity of food Miss Grade Buck of Oak Grove at succeis in every way The proceeds tended serylc s hero Sunday night This can never be done when amounted to 1050 Prospects good for some of the candi Â¬ the liver docs not act its part Dr Jas T Owen arcompauied his dates getting defeated in the primary sister Mrs It O Willis to Louisvlllo Owing to the inclemency of tho weath Â¬ yesterday Mrs Willis who has been er there was no preaching at the C P Tutts Liver Pills are an abso- Â¬ quite 111 for some time goeB there to church Sunday outer tho infirmary for treatment for sick headache dys- Â¬ Sir and Mis S B Burnett spent Sun Â¬ lute cure The Board of Public works of Louts wife and pepsia sour stomach malaria day with S J Ritchey and vllle arrived in tho city yesterday on the Husk aud wife special car Katie Thoy came down constipation torpid liver piles to inspect the rock at Cornwalls quarry J J Burnett and wife and W T Bur jaundice bilious fever bilious- Â¬ nett and wife were piKSta Sunday of T about two miles from town ness and kindred diseases II Burnett and wife S J Shackelford candidate for clerk Rev John Lay returned to his homo Court of Appeals accompanied by J in Louisville Tuesday after a three Allen Boyd both of Oaensboro were here Thursday interviewing their friends months stay with his brother Jairoi I ay and making new acquaintances Breckenrldgo Circuit Court Sunday School was organlzd here James Atcri Administrator IlaimifT This is no fikr not a trick to catch v Sunday night witli a good number in JTnm1 Atir l lr ntnl rrffll nm Defcndantf trade but a real handsome gift to those All person hav nz claims against tha estate o1 each class Mr J J Husk was elected making a purchaso of 2 I will give hereby notified to rro Ater deceased Superintendent of tho school James Jamestheir clims beforearethe undersigned comms something exquisite In glass china and dice office In llardlnsburir Ky p opeily fi nernlhis Harris Secretary bitque ware Mrs II V Duncan proven on or lief ire the first day of May 1S97 liven under my hind as Commissioner ol said Tho spirit of partisanship is tho great Â¬ court this This season wo have devoted all of our 30th day of Mnrrh 1897 V CJIIAIillAOKCom way of reform When est obstacle in the entlro time in purchasing our stock of labor organizations have educated their spring millinery to pleasa every buyer The loyally bredjack members to lay asido all party prejudice a visit will satisfy you that wo have we ran then take a calm survey of tho Lightcarried out our aim Miller Will crv a Inn td r umber of mare duilK the A AAttnn situation 0 ti u riuouii uif iQill my MitUID Itrill jiu tBwii at tS In foot Insure foal the money due when the fact iv ascer and iw nuptials of Mr Will Hardin Sun tained or the mare pitted with Iron Crown 11 lady of this city allowed A certain married Miss Mbllle Downs were solemnized til trL with ililr htln HBtrlw lAtifinH HIih thrCC day evening in the presf nee of a large 6irsoldfusca id uelvhs 1000 pounds who is a judge of millinery said to one Â¬ tho of her lady friends that Mrs II V Dun I heard of Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey congregation ofRev Ciimbrland Presby I S Also a yourgjick tn let out free of charge S J Ritchoy ollicia terian church can had the prettiest selection of Millin- Â¬ and seeing many recommendations from tingMis8 Sudie Newberry acting as ery that has ever been brought to this different persons of its wonderful valua- Â¬ bridesmaid and Mr Cicero Rnardon n The bride is tho ainlnhle ble merits I thought I w ould try a bottle groomsman city this place been eerlonsly affected for twenty daughter of John Downs at and highly 1 Judg Jas It Skillman presented his I have groom is a In my The respected young farmtr near PelMlle monthly report to the council Monday five years with a cough aud pains FOR night beautifully written on a type sido and breast that were causing me a They have the best wishes of their many dol- Â¬ friends for a long and happy life This is the first type written miserable life I spent hundreds of wiitur report to bo handed in by any official of lars with doctors and for medicines but THE MUSIC Cr NIAGARA Â¬ overi thing Tailed until I found this wonthis city derful remedy It beats tho world and A Musician llrar llio llnrmnnlrn and tho if L Deputy Sheriff Payne levied execu- Â¬ my lifo I recommend Dr Hlijtlnn of the Slight Cnturuct tions amounting to about 7000 on the has sved Eugeno Thnycr tho well known or Â¬ Bells Pino Tar Honey to everybody with property of the Acme Brick Plant in ganist has published nn analysis of tho lungs It is a great success this city yesterday Tney were in favor weak Uo hijB J B Robsj11 Grantsburg 111 musio of Niagara fulls hi lief that Ni of the Farmora and Drovers Bink Louis- Â¬ It had ever been my ville and others agara had not tern luul as it should Phillip Heck Shot From Ambush bo and in this belief I turned my steps Forrest Wilkersjn arrived Monday hithgrward Whnt did I hear Tho roar Cannkltok Ind April 6 Spocial morning from Chicago aud remained Phillip Heck agent for the Fulton Brow Â¬ of Niagara I heaid nothing but a per I until ytBterday evening with his moth r ing Company was waylaid aud shot frctly constructed musical tone clear lo in its mil Ho was looking Mrs J S Wilkerson definite nud uuapproachal JIII II while returning to his homo between the jestio perfection ti complete series of S I ol exceedingly well It was hid first visit He was in ri hours of 11 pnd 12 oclock tones nil uniting in one piund mid no home in four years fifty yards of his residence when some bio unison as in tho organ of the Baptist one fired four Bhots at him from ambush The organ fund society Air Thnycr then described at some church will give a dinner Saturday from Two shos struck him one ball enter- length tho compound nature of a given Dinner 25 ing above the left hip the other going in tono and illustrates the overtones or 11 to 4 in Babbages Hall cents lunch 10 Dont fail to come as under the right shoulder blade He did partiais of tho lowest C of tho 82 fcot you will bo served with all of the deli- Â¬ not fall but staggered homo and was plpo of tho organ Then ho continues I had long had a suspicion that I cacies of the season able to get inside Dr Eada wa imme- Â¬ should hear all this nt Niagara when Will It Moorman was over from Glen diately summoned aud it was first her wonderful voico hhould first greet deane yesterday and spent the entire thought that he was not fatally hurt hut my enrs It wn just as I had supposed day for the first time in twelve years his death is now expected The town is How should I prove all this My first wUI il UCHUD HIb step was to visit tho beautiful Iris is Away back in those times he hauled his very much excited over the affray Lattet Garments from Thoro has laud othorwiso known us Goat island tobacco over in wagons now ho Bblps it assailant made his escape nnd iipwnrd in Hrown Ultio isHow times do change on tho streets most every My next step waa to stand on Luna by rail been seen and Klack as a land nbovo tho central fall and on tho A responsible man is authority for night a person dressed and veiled west sido of tho American fall proper Knnnish Worsted Suitings this rare egg story Joseph Aldridgo of woman aud suspicion is centered to this I went on tho extreme eastern sido of all new nice fitting Cannelton Iud sent last Wednesday to one tho island in order to got tho full forco of tho larger fall ami Bat among tho his father Fquiro Aldridge who resides In a letter to the manufacturers Messrs rapids Next I went to tho Thrco Sisters Suits for Hoys from In Hawueville au epg hatched with the Buzzird of West Monterey Pa Davis island SI 00 to 5800 following inscription on the small end I r With moro or less variation of pitch say uuamueriairrs vougu iieiueu Free Silver and around the center Knee Pants from - eta to 150 has cured people whom our physicians at theso and many other points I heard llOO We persuaded everywhere tho notes of tho ciiord of u could do nothing for only four ootnves lower Will H Moorman writes us from ip cinl Drivca on Jean Pants them to try a bottlo of It and they now I arrived lit my conclusion hoth Klolzyille La enclosing a dollar for the For from 50 els to 1 00 recommend it as do the rest of us Lot mo thcorctirully nnd practically Will as every body knows him News sale at 25 and 50 cents per bottlo by A It first rail attention to the third and To appri eiate our immense stock here at his old home town says he is Fisher Druggist fourth notes D and G married han a good wife aud nice home of Spring Prtirli you miiBt G wns eo deep so The ground note and a good position and is doing well Robert Btavln Killed By a Runaway Mule grand fo mighty thnt I novcr could seo tlit ui all of which tho Nmvs is glad to know young boy thirteen rcalizo it or tnko it itito my thought or Robert Beavln a these two tones only four an are aeo his many friends hearing years of age met death in a painful way octaves bat were everywhere witli a lower M V Marlow bought for tho Cincin- Â¬ yesterday at noon near Ball Town When as woll as nati Cooperage Company lost week a the time to quit work for dinner came power which made itself felt heard tract of land from Paul Fackler paying the little follow straddled a mule and Leading Shoe Dialer Cut it will bo replied theso two 3500 incash There wore 305 started for tho stable While on his way notes were too low to Lo detected by tho tilm acres This Company is turning looao its a dog frightened the mule aud he com How did I dotermiuo seuso of hearing IRVINGTON KY money in this county pretty froely again menced to run this scared tho boy and their pitoh notes I fimt caught tho harmonic It means employment to a good many he lost control of himself as well as of above thorn that were definite in pitch men and teams this spring and summer tho mule He became entangled in the nnd then counting tho number of vibra Commissioner V G Babbage of liar harness and was dragged for some dis- tions of theso lower two notes easily DR JVIENDEXHALLT dlneburg is hero this week taking depo tance the mule all thistimo kicking him determined their distauco bolow 3k IMPROVED a sitions in tho suit between Pete Miller in the breast tearing the flesh complete- Â¬ Aud hero conios i curious feature and Silas Lillard The suit involves the ly off of him Clint Beavin the boys which proves that Niagara gives a tono settlement of a tobacco partnership here- father had concluded to walk and upon and not a roar Tho seventh note tho tofore existing between the parties The nearly reaching the stable he found the interval of tho tenth was of n power Attorneys are Messrs Murray and Mur- mule standing perfectly still with his boy and clearness entirely out of proportion to tho harmonics as usually heard in tho ray for Miller and J A Dean of Owens in a lifeless condition organ boro for Lillard Were tho tono of Niagara a mere Sheriff Pate Captures the Negro Murderer noise tliis A ewe dropped a lamb last Friday seventh note would bo oithor Spencer weak or confused or nbsent altogether on the farm of Mr Julius Hardin about What is Niagaras rhythm Its beat Peytou Spencer who killed Sam Owen four miles from this place It Is quite a Trinity Rco out near Glendeane last October was is just oiico per second curiosity and upon examination this is Spen- Â¬ ord the description of it given to a Nkwb arrested in Henderson Monday Novo Burglcnl Operation Its head was perfectly cer has been working on a farm in Hen repn 89ntatlve A quite novel surgical operation has round had neither eyes nor mouth only derson county ever since the killing aud one ear and that in tho center of its Sheriff Pato has had his eye on him successfully been perfomed ut Parma head aud which had Mr Hardins cattle Monday Spencer walked Into the city of Italy by Profesior VordolH in tho pres Henderson and Wm Thompson who ence of all tho physicians of tho Par mark to perfection Speedily relieves and cures Coughs with vory satisfacto was down there recognized him and had meso hospital and Colds Consumption Bronchitis Asthma ry results Tho now operation was tho him arrested Tho maishal telegraphed washiug of tho heart It was tho first Grippe Hoarseness Vhooping Cough Died Pate that he had him and he went down operation of tho kind uud Professor Croup and 4U diseases of the lungs and Dr R J Nappijr was born in Galham after him Monday ngit retumiug with Verdulli employed the wnshiug appara respiratory organs ton Parish Somerset county England him laat night to Hardinsburg Tuere tus recently iuvented by Professor Itlvn n iiikI no OoniM August 15 115 He came to America was a reward of 150 for his capture After making an oporativo iuolsiou riKPMCO ONLY BY fV Settled in Stephensport Ky 11 in 1870 Professor Vordolli first oloaned tho pori If you have over seen a child In the cardium of the patient u DK J C MRNDBSHAll about twenty years ago where he united ISVANBVItrC IND with the Baptist church of which he was ag n y of croup you can appreciate the hoy of tho pus which had accumulated a useful member until his death which gratitude of the mothers who know that thereon nnd then proceeded to wash tho soda hi HAYNES During his loni ill One Minute Cough Cure relieves their lioart with a htrong solution ofwns vory Sold by SHORT waa March 22 1807 borate ibornx Tho operation new he never complained but Bald Thr little ones as quickly as it is administer--- d successful inasmuch as no further com Â¬ Many homes in this city are never No one who will of the Lord ba done plication has nrison The bpy is now witnessed his saint like patience through without it Short Jc Haynes doing vory well and is on tho way to Professor Vordolli complolo rocovory his long Buflering could question his Tha First of American Newspa- Â¬ Callof Demooratio Committee has rocoived numerous congratulations hope He was of an ixceedlng affable of for his success with tho now oporatiou pers CHARLES A DANA Editor Jsse Whltworth former Chairman sunny dleprsltion His home was full of PHulightaod domestic happiness where the Democratic Executive Committee of from surgeons all over Europe Phil Ureckonridga County having resigned as adelphia Record all friend delighted to visit His funer The Amarlcan Constitution the such Chairman we the undersigned al waa preaehed by Itev K N Medcalf American Idea the American Spirit aid Whlt- Â¬ in tlie Baptist church after which the members of slid Committee Theso firs las and all tha time remains were interred in the family bury Â¬ worth refusing to act furth r hereby Â¬ forever ing ground to await the grant resurrec Â¬ oatl the Committee to meet at HardinsDuring a third of a century tion morn He leaves a wife to mourn burg Ky at one oclock p m on Mon has never failed to drive out 6 ay err Dally by mall - - day April 10 1807 to elout a Chairman all blood impurities his low and during the time she waited Oally and Sunday by mall 8 a year on him day and nlglt with a devotion and to transact surh other business ts and WthfineH which was beautiful maybe brought before it David R Murray also a brother u Cloverport Mr O P Certain cure for scrofula pimples TUWL Wroe Napper aud u uepiewfFred Napper of uous in tact tue tune icsieu i The O Toiwey Sold by druggists aud LaGraoge Ky May the Ged el love Hiwllcln is the greatest Sunday Newspaper LR AdkUwwi mereiwuts everywhere and eoMohUloa be wlU then in title sad in the world Mike Miller tour of Cure All Liver Ills Secret of Beauty Sulzers Bulletin 1 VOL OUIl BAIIGAIN DAYS EVERY DAY No 2 Seo our lino of fishing tacklo Ilon aml lor the windows Fresh Southern girtlon vegetables Only ono mora pair of lace curtain stretchers left Childrens spring and summer Tarn OShanters from 15 cents up House cleaning outfits such as mops scrubbing brushes and lye forget us on carpets and mattings are the people lo savo you some money A halo of satisfaction gleams from the bosom of every man who puts on ono ol our shirts see them this week The latest thing out in Ladies collars is tho Calve Czirlnir Si Cecilia Maria Stuart and Auroa patterns lovely alnt no name everybody says they are just awfully sweet wo Doyou know this Seed Irish andtsweet potatoes of all kinds Masterrninds have produced master kinds in wash fabrics lawns percales dimities Swisses muslins and gronadlne effects your tasto Is appealed to tho beauty of tho fields and gardens lias been dropped upon the fabric as natural as nature spring stock open this week Dont JJ Tutfs Liver Pillf - -- Â¬ ionsr oKoW3r the calendar says so the birds tho cricket has come forth to greot Spring from tho very fountain heads of shoe concerns are coming a line of spring shoes some now in moro coining let your weary feet rest in comfortable shoe like wo want you to come nnd Bee say so Spring Well-to-d- SUITINGS yTii We want your trade just listen a minute and you will fairly hear this advertisement asking for it like most people we have to hustle to live and we know of no better way than to give you lower prices and better quality than you get elsewhere Â¬ Â¬ I MEN anil BOYS We give you a heaped up pressed down overflowing measure of value for every dol- Â¬ lar spent in our store jomtrus of Â¬ I sGpSl 1 JTHE FROSTS Wedge Lock Spring Wire Fence FiS5kBmSS Â¬ iSSsPSsSSMiiSBSMSBSSfifiiii wMS5sSiiii f IlXH9B8SSiM Mfwiie3t0i0JMif5MBEtaKiBiia matmrntiiiivsaiisfiftmimmitZSfSSfStimmttmrvm VwMiTliiwls Sfm The most substantial fence ever built en searching for jean to find a suitable means of fencing your land Have you found it t In some r spects yes Didnt heavy hard uprights settle the question in regard to supporting strength t Then again did not hard coiled spring wire contain the necessary qualifications for the lateral wire I The reieun thevj elements have not proven entirely sitfifactory Is because both are essential pnd must be combined In order toatiswerall the requirements of a wire fence As soon v ear suspender without pants or pants without suspenders as use one of these elements without the other You Â¬ j pew words to ottr 11 The above cut represents our 9 Combination hae b farmers 11 T Wo have beon hunting for years to find something of this kind which would bo reasonable and something we could recommend to our trade We will build some two miles of this fenco in tho next month and if you aro going to build a fence it will pay you to see this before you build or you will regret it always You want to look at our IMPLEMENT DEPARTMENT W E BROWN Which covers moro flopr space than any othor in the county Is filled and overflowing with Everything For The Farm Such as lastest improved Cultivators Plows Disc Harrows McCormtck mowors and Bin- Â¬ ders Buggies Hay Rakes andifcc tfco at prices to suit overy farmer theso hard times Â¬ Â¬ New Dry Goods New Notions New Millinery - 1MFHHE ADDISON DIOK Addison Ky Â¬ HAMS SIDES LARD Tho highest markot price paid Bring your for thorn WANTED Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Butter Chickens and Eggs LOOK AT THESE PRICES Â¬ iuioi3 Arbuckles Coffee 15c 18 lbs Granulated Sugar for 23 lbs N 0 Sugar for 1 J H GARDNER FOR SALE joo barrel of slscVsJ lima at Stephensport Ky V 0 IIAIIUAGK sill be ioIJ at Wiraiii lUcolvtr IbotnU Lime Company 1 THE SUN PRICES ON ALL OTHER GOODS AS LOW AS OAN BE FOUND ELSEWHERE Hardinsburg M0II0I Ky Â¬ Â¬ WINTERSMITHS All perrons having rlllms Pralast tha state of Hemus O Whitttughill dccMMd are hereby not I Iud In produce the same Ufcreme properly proven ou or belore tbellrtt day of Auyast ifttf Alum Uuhton AJar l0AUnKy The Time Tested SARSAPAR1LLA The Sunday Sun Bring Out Your Plugs Thrr will tx Moral Trading at SUphwiiport Ky So couiteuwlh at lloi Mill every Saturday Yours truly tout pug lIorMTraJcrt JfOTICJu dslms against the estlte of All persons eviie M Younger deceased are heeliy ossified to produce the waul properly prevm on or beCHa the ist dayof hlrg Jie Jno C Jamoi AeWr i bFviuet ylnmHtt Ky afmwr MiF Mry 0 Moore GsttMf Price Se a way ly maM 2 a year ttt 4 My AddrM THKIVN New Yark All MfSMi tgwJ are hrky i htj ihm4 X0TI0K rUlttw t V wilst K PH o M4tifc swuto t AAt meetlne efthe ttaek The Sold PartuM Oa and Mlansl Co aW WeH tliMi ol iK ecteee tor tho Muitg vaar at Use HrMfceaiiJfe Beak on TiliiiJayi vwj osnpfit aul 6 rMDHUY V V t4Vii 6 Breckenridge Jno UFfytMTiWfv THE BRROKENRIDGR News Editors ui Freptlitti 7 1897 NEVWS GLOYRRPORT KY y tw S 4 Vi 0 BtMttgt WEDNESDAY AriUL X R ays Of severest trial and te U prote In regard to Hoods Barsaparllla EKRON Jim Wimp went to tho city Saturday Essio Druner returned Sunday nigh went to Louis- Â¬ ville lait Saturday Mrs Jim Woolfork returned Thurs Â¬ day from Louisville Eyen tho weather sheds tears over McKinieys confidence Sunday wan church day atSalem Dio Dan Shacklett presided Max Wiilett of Louisville Is here for a short visit to relatives Master Dan Roberts of HardlnBburg visited his grand mother last week Bob Hill Attorney at Law of Owens boro was here ono night last week Mrs S J Brown waslti Louisville last wcok selecting spring styles in millinery Will McGehee JLong Branch was the guest of Miss Lida Haynes Sunday even Â¬ ing Section bes j Coniffis here this week with his men repairing the track and switch There is a move on fiot to liavo a vot- Â¬ ing place at Ekron by next Novembers election Tony Williams returned Monday from Hardinsburg where he has been attend- Â¬ ing school 55 T Cox jig mt for tho Texas here was in Louisville several days lest week on business A couple of Mormon preachers are here explaining their doctrine to the people of Ekron Nellie Roberts who is attending school r at Hardinsburg visited her Saturday and Sunday Bro Dan Shacklett and sister Mies Lou and Rev Preeser were with Dr Shacklett Sunday for dinner Mr 1iiiVston and his graphophone was here one evening last week and afforded several hours amusement to the grand-mothe- HEALTH Whos Your Blacksmith Some Common Seme Points on the Care of Horses Feet NO FOOT NO HORSE from Louisville Jim Wilesf of Sirocco 1 s APRIL AID MAYr AM Greatest 1st Secured by a peculiar Merit CombinaÂ¬ tion Proportion and Troccss to others which unknown naturally and actually produces 2d Greatest Cures Prom the Farm Journal Shown by thousands of honest which voluntary testimonials naturally and actually produce Use the Only Spring Remedy in the World That has Stood Every Test of Time PAINES CELERY COMPOUND MAKES ONE WELL No remedy in tho world accomplishes these results like 1idnes celery com pound inAnd only Palnes celery compound I pound It nourishes regulars and vigorates tho entire nervous system is natures remedy For it Do not for a moment confound it witli from tho brain to tho minutest nerve any of the Ignorant catchpenny short- Â¬ filament It causes an increased appe Â¬ lived patent remedies sarsaparillas ner- tite and tones up the stomach to deal vines and tonics that bear as much re witli the increased food Its nourishing semblance to Palnes celery compound action is immediately manifest in a clear as the parasite vines do to tho oaks that ing up of the muddy unhealthy skin an increase in weight and more refreshing they live on Palnes celery compound cures disease First discovered after laborious scien Â¬ It makes people well It has saved the lives of thousand of sufferers It makes tific research by the ablest physician America hfs produced Prof Edward E the weak strong It purifies the blood and enriches the Phelps M D LL D of Dartmouth college it is prescribed and publicly in- Â¬ nerves Every condition of winter life has been dorsed by the best practitioners in every It has been so enthusidetrimental to health There has been city of America a steady decline in nervous vigor Now astically recommended by grateful men that spring comes the body is ready to and women in every walk of life that it cast oil unhealthy tissues if it is only is to day in every sense the most popular given a chance This opportunity comes remedy tho world over knew when the excretory organs kidneys It has proven itself tho greatest of all skin and bowels are made to work act- spring medicines ively and the nerves are able to furnish In New York Chicago Philadelphia sufficient energy to the digestive organs Boston St Lints and two or threo other Dont send Just anybody with the horses when they are to be shod Go yourself or have some competent person who will see that it is properly done The shoo should cover the crust or wall all around the foot and should not extend straight back from the quarters It should be of uniform thickness all around Light shoes are preferable to heavy ones and wear just as long even if not so thick They endure equally well be-Â¬ cause the horse is not forced to hammer his feet so seriously at every step A light shoe may also be held in place with less nails thus damaging the wall of the hoof less If possible use but three nails to a side and have them as far forward as possible The foot needs the knife only enough to reduce the horn as much as it would have worn away without shoes Ordi- Â¬ narily the rasp will reduce the sole suf- Â¬ ficiently without the knife Never allow the rasp to bo used on the outer portion of the foot If the horse forgo or click from over reachinglnstead of setting the hind shoes back so they will not protect the wall of the foot use lighter shoes behind and heavier ones forward This encourages the throwing forward further of the front feet and keeps them out of the way of the feet which strike them Let your horse go barefooted until five years old if you wish him to have tough feet then let him go barefooted awhile between each pair of shoes Two sets of shoes a year are enough for any farm horse Dont let the blacksmith put a hot shoe on your horses hoof but fit the shoe with a rasp Insist on his making the shoe to fit the foot not the foot to fit tho shoo The front foot is naturally round the hind one oblong Keep them so Make him keep his rasp off the outside of the hoof Qd Greatest Sales HSarsaparillas rnu r Anvtritlni tn thfi Rtntcmcnts of druggists nil over the country In tlieso three points Hoods Barsaparllla Is peculiar to Itself In the spring use Palnes celery com Â¬ largo cities the leading newspapers mak whether in summer or in winter but as ing their own canvasses again this year the greatest of spring remedies it has ex- Â¬ have found that the demand for Paines traordinary opportunities for inducir g celery compound surpasses that of all the bouy to throw off morbid humors other remedies together that poison it and causo rbeumatitm 1 t Is the best nOOU 5 j ji It Is the One True FlllS Wood Turlflcr aretlieonly pills totako with Hoods SirsapnrllLi Paines celery compound taken during neuralgia heart trouble and a general tho early spring days lias even more than its usual remarkable efficacy in making people well It rapidly drives out neuralgia sleeplessness dyspepsia and rheumatism from the system It re- Â¬ moves that lassitude or tired feeling which betokens weakened nerves and poor blood Physicians rccognizr Palnes celery compound as the ono scientific spring remedy and it is universally pre- Â¬ scribed by them wherever thero is great need of a vigorous and prompt restoring of health and strength to tho worn out low state of tho health as in spring the system is more pliable and chronic dls enB9 so securely lodged in the sjstem that they ore with difficulty ousted be Â¬ come more tractable Thousands of men and women have Â¬ Â¬ If you must have calks to your shoes on account of Ice make them very short long calks give an immense lever to horses break sprain and otherwise injure your foot The calks should not bo eo Torturing Rheumatism The busiest and most useful men are not always exempt from sickness Especially are they liable to be attacked and completely disabled by that most annoying and painful ailment Rheumatism Men in all walks of life Â¬ are subject at any time to be seized with this disease and besides the great bodily pain there is almost unbearable mental anguish at the thought of having- ones strength and vigor gradually supplanted by a condition of utter helplessness Under the effects of Rheumatism the strongest men be- Â¬ come the weakest and the most useful are robbed of their usefulness Mr J A LeSeur has lived In At Â¬ lanta Ga for years and some of the prettiest residences and most substan Â¬ tial business blocks of that city are monuments to his skill as an architect and builder high that tho frog cannot rest on the ground It is a great mistake to allow shoes to go two and three months without being reset This is one cause of corns and other troubles The frog of the foot ought not to be pared except to merely cut away ragged portions A horses foot should bo carefully cleaned every time his body is groomed for this purpose a foot hook should bo used When you ouce find a good blacksmith stick to him Pasture is natures remedy for all ail- Â¬ ments of the horses foot The practice of clipping the fetlock is undoubtedly bad as the heel of the horse is tender and when exposed is subject to many diseases Natuie has provided the fetlock as a protection and as such let it remain When the horse comes into tho stablo after being unharuecsed the heels should bo well brushed out Hand rubbing is preferred to washing as the long hair can scarcely be dried again If dirt is allowed to accumulate in that long hair the heels will become sore and if the heels are washed particularly in cold weather grease will result from the slow evaporation of the moisture You should have a picker and clean out between the shoo and solo and seo that no stone has gotten between Examine thejshoes carefully for they may be loose or the clinches may be raised and wound his legs or the shoo may begin to press the sole or heel and bruises or corns may result Any disease of the foot leads toothers This shows the necessity of instant at Â¬ tention even to the slightest lameness The owner should always go witli the horse to be shod and seo that the clinch es are each one raised and not allow the smith to raise one or two and then pull and wrench the shoo off and thereby enlarge every other nail hole and weaken the future hold of the shoe The best way to have good feet on your horses is to breed for feet If your mare has poor feet dont breed her un- Â¬ less bhe has many compensating quali ties on no account breed to ahorse with poor feet I believe good or bad feet and legs reproduce themselves more surely than anything elso Take care of the colt feet to stand on heating manure is bad in winter let them out on the ground in fair weather keep them trimmed if they grow too long or out of shape for this purpose a rasp is best When you start to plow in the spring pull off the shoes and work with- Â¬ out it renews and strengthens the feet It is a great help in warm weather to turn horses out at night tho wet grass seems to be just what the feet need to keep them from getting too dry and hard Horses with good feet will do farm work without shoes Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ found lrom personal experience that Paines celery compound makes people well and keeps all from sickness who take it in the spring Many a fattier and mother have no Â¬ ticed the unmistakable improvement in the health of their children from taking Paines celery compound in the spring It is the one scientifically acccurate rem Â¬ system edy fitted by its composition to thorough- Â¬ Paines celery compound is the best Â¬ spring remedy because it is more than a ly purify tho blood and dispel that exÂ¬ mere spring remedy It brings about a hausted feeling and gH rid of Bkin dis headaches and fits of depression healthy nppetlte completo digestion eases which children with weak nervous with regular action of the bowels and tho oth Â¬ svsterns as well as grown people are af fl cted i xcrntory organs whenever taken er folks PERSIMMON FLAT Felix Carter went to Rrckport Ind last week Stuart Weatherholt had a tobacco stripping Saturday Mies Lucy Johnson was in Cloverport shopping Monday Albert Carlton went to Hawtsvlllo on business Mouday Samuel Porter of Cloverport was hero Monday on busiuesn Mies Nellie Furrow of Hites Bun was the guest of Miss Evo King Sanday The farmers are busy sowing oats but the rain has delayed them considerable Abe Weatherholt has moved to New Albany Ind where he will make his future home Several Corn crackers attended the wedding at Tobinsport Ind from this place one evening last week Ha see Aunt Eliza Howard colored who has been very low for some time and was one of the oldest women in this county died last Friday the 2nd She was a good woman and highly respected by all Â¬ Jake Shackletts health is improving since the first day of April when he had those delightful Cotton biscuits for supper Rev A L IVesier of the Baptist Sem Â¬ inar Lmisville w as a gu- - st of Bro Dan Shacklett and pr ached an interesting sermon at the school house Sunday night Success to you Mr Jones and Uncle We women folks are too Johnathan shallow to discuss the whiskey question in the newspapers but just i all on us at home and wo will give jou a helping hand if you need it E E Turner of Comptou Mo writ e us that after suffering from piles for seventeen years he completely cured them by using three boxes of De Witts Witch Hazel Salve It cures eczema and severe skin diseases Short Haynes The Duty on Wool From the New York Tiraei One of the leading carpet houses of the country Messrs W J Sloane send out to their cusomers the following nir Must be Downed High Prices must go or H wk HI i IA i fil S21 h The House Upholding Them Wo liavo mm Z T COX Agent - Ekron Ky declared war against High Priced Groceries Clothing Dry Goods Boots and Shoes Halp Wall Paper Carpets Matting Trunkp Oil Cloths and Ac We are deter Â¬ mined to place beforo the Pub Â¬ lic the Ion est priced goods they have over had occa- Â¬ sion to look at Wo hae prepared for an- Â¬ other busy season Read our Impres Â¬ sive bargain libt and bear in mind L We Will Pay the Highest Market price for m ECE IfcIHrZEIEBS WOOL EGGS Submerged Cylinder Deep Well oi poece Jl CHICKENS and all COUNTRY PRODUCE Shirt Waist etached collar fist coors latest kleeves at only joe New line of Ladies Sorinir Caoei tilt lined wonh twice the money we only ask ijo Oar line of Ladies line Dress Goods can not be ex celled anywhere and at lowest prices 50 pes New Spring Brocaded Diess Goods Wool filling at isJi and ijc New Design bpting Iercales at 8 loandia 1000 pair Ladlos lllaclc Hose former price ISC to close them out quick at only 8jC A few more bales of Hoosier Cotton a Ion as it lat will sell at aj yds for Jlco A first class 4 4 bleach cotton at only 6c pair new Spring Window Shades complete at 15 50 zftj zm J t They are so small that the most sensi Â¬ tive persons take them they aro so effective that the most obstinate cases of constipation headache and torpid liver yield to them That is why De Witts Little Early Misers are known as tho famous little pills Short Haynes What The President Can do New York Times J Mats Georgia K disease produces more agony he says For than can well be described Years I have suffered with Sciatic Rheumatism and often felt as if a mall piece of my spine had been taken out also as If a fragment of bombshell had passed through my left hip When I would alt down I could not straighten up for several minutes and then only at the expense of great pain I could get absolutely no relief though many remedies were tried Someone recommended S S 8 and I was almost in despair when I began its use In three days however I was so greatly relieved that I felt very little inconvenience from the rheuma- Â¬ tism The disease grew less painful as I continued the b 8 S and very soon disappeared entirely 8 8 8 also proyed to be a fine tonic as I now have more appetite and feel better than ever before in my life I cannot cay too much in praise of S 6 8 Rheumatism is a condition of the blood which has always baffled the doctors and it is a peculiarity that those who once have it are sure to al Â¬ ways be subject Vo its attacks from time to time The reason of this is that the doctors are only able to give temporary relief but cannot rid tho system of the disease permanently 8 guarantied purely vegetable is the only real blood remedy for real blood troubles such aa Rheumatism Scrofula Cancer Eczema Catarrh Tetter Contagious Blood Poison etc once forces a disease Whea 8 from the system it never returns Our valuable book will be wailed free to any address Swift Specific Co At Mr J A LkSkuh But like many other busy men Mr LeSeur was overtaken by Rheumatism and soon his strength gave way to a condition of helplessness This dread 88 Mr Carl Schurz has in the current number of Harpers Weekly a strong ar Â¬ ticle on The Quadrennial Disgrace He describes witli tho sober emphasis of one who lias both seen and experienced it the onset of ofllce seekers on a new ad ministration He makes this simple practical though radical proposition of policy for Mr McKinley What the President can do is to make known to all coucorned in behalf of the public interest which it is his duty to guard that no patronage will he distrib- Â¬ uted at the White House that appointments will bo mado only when recommended by the departments under which the appointees are to serve that who ever wishes to apply or recommend others for appointment to ofllce must do so in writing and not otherwise that when oral advice or consultation about appointments to ofllce Is desired it will bo specially invited that removals and appointments will be made only for the good of the service and after careful in Â¬ quiry by the Executive brancli of the Government itself and to facilitate the attainment of the end in Iew that tho 07000 minor post ofllces will without de Â¬ lay be put under proper civil service rules that the examinations for eotif uar places will he made competitive and that as to other Presidential cilices tfie President for the guidance of the Exec- Â¬ utive In making nominations will adopt proper methods for ascertaining tho com- Â¬ Notice parative fitness of candidate a Is there anything here proposed that Why buy inferior or doubtful brandy is opposed to the Constitution that is when Burchs Pure Apple can be had so not Indeed really required by its spirit conveniently and so cheap Bend O O D Price 200 per gallon Is there anything that would not be of W L Buncir the greatest and most lasting advantage jug Included to the whole country Rhodelia Ky Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ but enough seems certain to predict that tho cost of carpets in the near future will bo very largely increased Prices of carpets liavo of late been in tho main unremunerative even on a free wool basis and it will therefore be absolutley necessary for tho manufact- Â¬ urers to revise their prices materially as soon as anything definite is known There is only one meaning to this statement and that is but too plain It is that tho price of carpets must rise The carpet in the stage of comfort and civilization at which the American peo- Â¬ ple have arrived is one of the necessa- Â¬ ries of daily life A tax on wool is the one tariff tax which the protectionists in- Â¬ sist on and the principal one from which they can hope to get any of the revenue they talk so much about Let us see what they can really get by this direct burden on a common necessary article of home life From 1870 to 1SDI nineteen years under n high protective system the taxes on wool varied from 35 1 3 per cent to a little over it per cent During that time tho total annual revenue from all sorts of wool varied from a little less than 000000 to a little over 8000000 and the average was only 1080000 Five million dollars would therefore bo a liberal estimate of the revonuo that this most unjustlfiablo method of taxation could be expected to yield It is less than one third of the wasteful expendi Â¬ tures on rivers and harbors which have twice compelled the President to veto an appropriation bill It is no more than Is yearly expended uselessly on public buildings It is about 4 per cent of the pension appropriations Meanwhile the exports of American carpets which up to 1803 had never ex ceeded 20000 yards were last year yards while the total exports of manufactures of wool advanced from 120055 In 1803 to 1013000 in 1800 Thesi will practically cease with a re- Â¬ newal of tluth s on wool What a pitiful humbug the protectionist scheme is seen to be In the light of these facts Â¬ A prominent Lawyer of Ohio has inNew York March 2 1897 formed the heirs of Ote Payne deceased Gentlemen oi the Carpet Trade that there is a vast amount of property We cannot too soon call your attention thero for them which from what I can to the strong piobability of a heavy duty learn will be several thousand dollars for being placed on wool at an early day Mrs Elizabeth King and sister The imperative need of this policy is To Curo A Cold In One Day doubtless forced on the Incoming Administration by the condition of the Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets National revenue but tho opportunity is All Druggists refund tho money if it fails seized by the wool growers to demand a to Cure 25c For Sale by It A Shell far higher duty than has ever been paid man Stepuensport Ky It is impossible at present to tell what rates will be decided upon by the CANNELTON Ways and Means Committee as best suited to the interests of the country Cannelton Inquire cular With Brass Upper and Brass lined Lower Cylinders with latest improved Glass Valve u 2 u IfSV v Scates for sale by z wi il tul JwJ J7f ft 21 JW Pate Co ai HOSE rjTACHMT V Vv v v Jolly Station Ky ALSO DEALERS IN See our new line of Ladles Shoes ill all tho uewBhades Ox Blood Chocolate at the right price A Ul KKiI HRe lir Jut l Mr Walter King of Cloverport was in the city on Thursday Mr King in Â¬ tends to start a saloon here in June and will most likely occupy tho Bopp Build- Â¬ ing at the corner of Washington and Seventh He will occupy Wm A Wilsons house at Adams and Sixth as a resi- Â¬ dence W R Polk the Tobinsport nursery Â¬ He man was in the city on Thursday reports that times are looking up in his line and that collections aro easier than they have been for a long time Ho is arranging to extend his business and next year will make a specialty of shade trees Â¬ worn 32I Taa t Buggies Fertilizers Field Seeds Steel and Paper Roofing Mowers Binders Ladies op Toe Oxford at 49c received new line cf Wall Papers at 3c to 2oc New Carpets Oil Cloths and Mmting on which we can S4vc you money Gents Clay Worsted bults nicely made at J 90 See our linr of Mens all wool Suits at 15 00 which excel any we evej had at the price 50 pair Mens wtll made Jeans Pants at joe 5 pair Lace Curtains Taped nice length new Spring pattern at joe Curtain ioks and FUturis 19c Our Grocery Department 4 Is the most complete Iijkjhe Countyand our prices are tho lowcff Wo can and SVe sollcityour will saye you money V-trado Reapers Binder Twine Threshers Clover Hullers j- - The Great Bargain Store Geo Yeakel BRANDENBURG KY Co V One Minuto is all the time necessary to decide from personal experience that One Minute Cough Cure does what its name Inplies Snort Haynes BIG SPRING Miss Ora Walton has been on the sick list with measles TheEpwoith League will hold their literary entertainment next Friday night Dr Gray since buying property hero has concluded to locato in Elizibeth town Mrs Alex McCans of Elizibethtowa was down to see her neice Mrs Carrie Cryder Our telephone line to Vino Grove has Its wire up and will be ready for use In a few days Guy and Gabo Meador have been helping to put up the telephone line to Vine Grove II Meyer and A R Morris have their stores filled with spring goods and at great bargains Mrs Tom McCans and children oi Little Bend were here visiting G A Meador and family last weeK The joint Teachers Association of Meade Hardin andllreckeuridge count- lea will meet here April 17th All are cordially invited to attend Rubber Belting Fine Confections Pipe and Fittiugs f Lunch Stand Corn Drills Good Drinks Plows Cultivators Paints and Oils You can get this nuovo Teaff Cos West eide court houso Picture Frames jquare CANNED GOODS A SPEC AT Wall Paper I - i yX Y Etc Etc Mrs Samuol Stamm of Loganton Ta A Cloverport OLD ler R0BK TOMMcGILL HARDINSBURG KY most of tho dogs wore found at Hill Langtrya eating on some dead hogs tfie hoys supposed tfie fox had dodged tie doss Next day AI Hatchers Ixy brought the nevta tlat he saw tle fox caught Just South of the house S P Martins Kentucky dog Bock cauaht the fox Albert Slohlmane Rooster waaseo na and 8 I Martins black and tan bitch Carrie was third After counting up tho time It was found that the fox was caught within one hour and a half from the time the Mart was made The boys say they have good fox hounds a the country can produee and they are repairing to go to Fulton in the rltw and eleaa up Col Tern Wat Â¬ son Bug flermlon ami Heea Brown o our advieejo tho gtiMnen tqtnget ready for a cvolone for our hoys h ive sure wind spill tors 8 P is stepplng arpuud in his liih waUr panta aa4 Mya that old Kook k iuat load far Uir meet aay that he it a very Iwo tiept woking eld ilef but ha Hatfif a w urprleea arouad wltyi Mm 7 J J bore her thirty four yrara of suffering with courage and fortitude Her trouble was rheumatism in the knee In conse- Â¬ quence her limb had become so stifTthat she could hardly walk Mr Stamm is a well to do merchant and had spared no pains or expense to relieve her but with little success until one night when it grew bo painful that she could hardly endure it ho persuaded her to try Cham Â¬ The eiTrr t wns berlains Pain Balm magical The first application relieved the pain aud its continued use has re-Â¬ moved all stiffness and given her the free use ol her limb once more If you have friends who are troubled with rheu Dont allow the lungs to be impaired matism insist on their giving this rem Â¬ by the continuation of a cough It is edy a trial You can do them no grcatr easier to prevent consumption than to er favor aa it is sure to give prompt re- Â¬ cure It One Minute Dough Cure taken lief and If they are a little patiyntjt will early will ward off any fatal lung trou etfuet a cure Forjsale h J6 and 50 eenls per bottle by A K Fkher Druggist ble Short A Haynes Â¬ Don In Carries off the Honors a Chase The Auxvoflflo lleview of Auxvosse Mo gives the following account of some good work done by Old Rock recently sold tc Mr 8 1 Martin by the Clover port Kennel Club The members of the club hero aro very proud of their dog and ar glad to hear that hn Is making a record for himself The Review says Albert Stahlman Edwin Bovd and 8 l Martin had a grand fox chase on the nralrie on the 1st Inst An old Red was jumped in the Harrison paaturo adjoin ing Juo Boles on the West Reynard ran South of Mr Boles and then went North east through the Jameson psturp Â¬ Â¬ Tf - u With Martins Rover and Albert Slahlmans Lll in the lead the balano of the dogs pretty well lunched the fox kept the road tn the lane running South opposite the Jeff Jonee mansion and were soon oat of hearing South of Hill LaBftrys Two hours after the eUrt 8l V- - K tif