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THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS VOL XXI CLOVEKPOKT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL 14 1897 NO 39 Circulation the Largest of Any Weekly Paper in the 4th Congressional District t CIVIL SERVICE CONDENSED A Collection of NEWR EASTERN WAR BEGUN Bands of Greeks Hayo Crossed the TELEGRAPH v TAPS JEFORM No Way to Reward the Faithful BE Interesting Items on Tart-ous Subjects Ksperlnlly Prepared For the Hasty ltender Tudgo David 11 Hebanl n well known ntlorncy of Chllllcothe O nea ly bled to ileal h by bleeding from tho no o Worker SOME ORDERS MAY RE- Â¬ Thi Mas ncliusutts legislature has do fined n e iiluttou to otc ii statuo In nu m y of viotien 1 Ilonjniilln K llutler Tho Now York Kviuilng World repeats tho story that tho klnotor plcurcs of tho Cobott KIUsIiiiuiju II3 t 11 e fall Tho leglOafurot of Wl 0 and Illinois luvo Jointly nutluilil an 80 foot boiilcvartl f nm Mlhrnttkiif 111 Chicago to bo cilleil he h Man road The IllltmU letl la uru has npp oprl uted f 81 OK for tho ordinary expenses and tljOJO for Improvements at tho stato ioiIIoh homo near Qutucy Is Tniius Donnrnn of Cleveland X h t0 0 0 viuh and fouio valu- Â¬ mlsstiiu able lliimnml intrusted with him its stakeholder lu Iwu on tho recent election Mr G C Knlllln of Kentucky a clerk In tho peiiilcm otllci Is teporel to havo been agreed on by Position O iiumlns o ler Kviiuh fir tho Important plauo of first deputy commWhloncr Tho remains of Gone n Joseph S Fill lciton which were found Friday floating In tho Youghloghny rlvjr abovu Oakland Md uero taken to Chllllcoho O 11 1 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Macdonlan Frontier MANY OF THE INVADERS ARE KILLED VOKED uris Official Show Many Government Employes Protect- Â¬ ed By Civil Service Laws Statistics The Enllro Move Greek Army will Forward Within the Next Ftw Days i WASlItNOTOV April 1 LSpoclnLj The civil service reform question Is now upper most In the minds of u great many states Tliey ure troubled by the problem men of how td revoke Rome of the civil Rcrvloo orUcrs Issued by President Clovclnml so as to throw open to executive appointment n fow of the offices for which tlio faithful nru clamoring In this connection It Is Interesting to Inquire just whnt share of tho government employees are now under the protection of tho civil sorvlco law Fortunately ofllclal statistics bearing on this point havo just been prepared Thoy show that there are In the executive civil scrvloo a grand total of 178717 i mployccs of whom 87108 are dealt with In ono way or nnother by tho civil service commission while 011100 remain outsldo tho Jurisdic- Â¬ More than two thirds tion of that board of tho hitter however nro postmasters Government Employees Thcro government employees nro distributed as follows Not undor Under civil civil sorv- Ice law Eorvlco law Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Treasury Wiirdepnrtimnt Department of Justice Postofflco department Navy department Under navy regulations Interior department Aurlcultural department Department of labor Fish commls ilon Intcrxtatu oumiuorcc con- mlsulon Bmlthsonlan institution Library of conirruss Suporlntondtutot buildings Pension surgeons Exocutlvo oftlca Civil sorvlcocommUslon Btiito department 21 0 4 63 OT 25 11C5 8024 BJl 81174 a5 8 8043 173 SI 01 147 m 1101 60X1 8003 4120 1004 93 100 IK7 631 U 14 S CJ L7 24 so 1 u- - W V ngfc G02TCI 12400 Totals Tho foregoing nro whnt Is called tho departmental service It will bo noticed that tho number of employees In the classified servlco is about four times as great as the number left outsldo tho sorvlco Tho ag gregate salaries of these 02009 employees Is 48783077 a ycur or less than 800 ench In addition to tho foregoing there ore oxccutlvu government employees as follows Under civil Not under ervlco law the law 78403 20810 Po3tomce service 38 Government printing office 2810 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Custom housa servleo Internal revenue sorvlco 4 Mi US 114 01C8 80843 Total Gruud total 7103 71203 01009 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ir fc Favored Localities Under tho law tho civil scrvloo commission Is required to apportion the appointments mudo by it In the oxocutlve departments among tho dtates and territories on It has been found u basis of population impossible to adhero closely to this rule In In the following tablo tho first practice column of figures shows the number of places in thi department servlco to whloh uich stuto is entitled tho second the number of employees on the rolls and the second and third tho excess or deficit Â¬ Ex- - Defl Quota Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California DUt of Columbia - No 260 137 6 10 103 70 Colorado 203 70 110 23 13 OS Si Connecticut Delaware Florida Oi oritla Idaho- 00 311 14 2e 37 221 141 19 41 64 n coss cit 123 81 122 110 87 2337 20 Jl 0 18 i Illinois Indian Territory Indiana Iowa Karma 833 J 874 823 243 t 2S0 180 123 10O 233 4 ss 143 113 12C 02 17 Kentucky Maryland 310 100 112 174 881 Louisiana Maine 03 129 103 809 S2I 72 102 80 103 223 0 106 1 SlutwncbuaetU Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana 833 221 219 4V0 233 132 MS Ij3 14 73 8 U ISO Nebraska Nevada New Iluropsblio New Jersey North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon New Mexico New York 7 04 213 20 83 211 13 1023 274 1033 21 bl 021 10 Ul 9 477 - 80 84 18 C3 4 6J II 764 49 123 18 201 143 13 88 f t t Fuinsylvantu Ilbouelslanil South Carolina South Dakota Tonnesseo Toxus bA ItW U 208 881 - - CI 80 149 4 182 18 84 s 88 07 203 Vlrnllilu Washington West Virginia AYlscoimln Utah Vermont 63 W 261 33 120 20 630 IS 104 108 H 27 10 119 41 Wyoming a 8180 Â¬ Totals 10043 10643 8130 i r t ft i A rV m H Average Salary The official figures show that tho aver age salary uf civil servlco employees In the government departments Is 1170 The 01000 ciecuthe civil employee who remain outside the civil service clout Xlcatlou are louml ui follows 4670 Partially employed 3r 30 or undor 38 Army or navy detailed for civil duty Employed in fonlgu country 844 Quasi naval or iiitlltury enlisted Presidential officers confirmed by senate 4813 Laborers or ttorkmeu btlow eUselflea tlon o Ulseellaneout Uovernmeul directors Union Pacific railaerksVnpoite8etnot free delivery 48W Fearlb class postmasters Tl mOI Total These tgurei afeow thai If the fourth elate twitwiastef were planed under the etvU eervlee m tfcer U wuh bilk of do m Hw bsh1 VaMl ol vH executive eu tVfliBMlt ID ttM UWd StotM VU wuUl riant m Joilewas UftAer wvU iiswtas kw Me wWUr at4t aaasrtati tew Ai1 Tennessee will celebrate her centennial beginning May 1 by a grand exposition and barlcd there Sunday In Nashville There will bo fifteen handsome buildings and numerous amusement H A Itoblnsou cashier of theloipleV enterprises Major J W Thomas Is president of the exposition and Drovers Natlunil bank at Wishing ton O II O has been found guilty of emlezzlemont A motion for a now trial will bj heard In about two weeks passed the bills legalizing the borrowing Sirs John Miller living uour Hrcmon of money for the public institutions Ind died after a weekn Illness Sho This was n bone that these Polons have trusted solely to tho efllovcy of prayer for done much growling over The bill rerecovety refused the ministrations of physicians and died in gieat njrony ducing the Assistant Adjutant Genornls Tramps held up Cliailes Goidonof Ken- The Great Chief Has On His salary lo nothing n year is about rpady ton O nea ly strangling him to death to go to tho Governor It is said lie will mid robbnjrlilm of every cent In his poj Fighting Clothes Says He veto it and that will be a turn down bcsslou Tho police apprehended four men who liuvo bHiii Identified by tho vicfor about tiie only piece of commendable Will Win or Die tim legislation yet secured There has been The Ohio river has reached an excellent much debtte over the investigation of coulboat stago of water at Pittsburg and the bribery charges against Baird the tho towboats nro taking advantago of It HUNTERITES DESPERATE 6R0WING and largo tows of ooal Is being Bout down turn coat member from Daviess The tho rlvor About GIOJ000 bushels will be Republican as a rule champion the shipped Baird cause aud they ought Theodora Durant has been sentonccd for the second tlmo to bo hanged for tho pecial Frankfout Ky April 12 murder of Illuncho Lnmont In Kmmnnucl Correspondence The revenue bill the chief cause of The galeo of March church In San KraucUoo two years ago the convening of the Lgisinture the He will b hanged at San Queutln prison have nol cooled the fevt nd btow of tho ou June 11 warring Republican factions nor blown predominant ill that the Assembly was After blng out 33 hours tho jury failed away the alleged breath nf suspicion expected to furnish a remedy for has innde Very poor progress in botli branch- Â¬ to agrco In thu ciiho against Harry Wells is said to at Paoll Ind OJii ged with involuntary which wigwam have rested over the bv es The members have been satisfied to of tho Great Chief manslaughter in thu killing of William J white Johnson at a Republican rally In that But they have rather served to fan into tack a few amendments on or to take a place Oct 31 lust a hotter 11 tme the fighting spirit of the fw oil from time to time and the bill is Ten or n dozen farmers In tho vicinity Huuterites who are as desperately de- Â¬ still floundering around in the Legislaof Popular Grove Ky hivj been warned tive mire The bill has been innde a by notices tacked on their barns not to termined to win as the Indians were to special order in the House for to morrow set out any tobacco plants this season whip Custer on that memorable day Should they not heed this warning tho back in 1870 Tiie breath of popular and it may get the consideration it de- Â¬ burning of their barn is thiinteued wrath has tried to blow down the char- serves then but I doubt it quite seriousThe Uien Liucolu Coal aud Coko com ly The bill lias for its purpose the acter of the leading contestant for panys works near KlUgwood W Va but it reuiairs borrowing of 500000 to payout8tanding iviM slnr- - ol MomlAvinm tilnir mniitnlnir JJOOhaidt Thoeutlro stock is owned by to be seen whether tills will ultimately warrants and pnst State indebtedness It uegtoes and tho work Is done and m in prove successful or a rank failure My ought to be 1 n sed aged by them and not u white man Is em opinion to day is that if Hunter is not ployed elected in the joint ballot which will be I hear lots of politics up here In Tho con p roller of tho currency ovetl of tho application of Fruuk 11 taken Tuesday he will be not later than fact the Capital hotel lobbies are filled Nichols Hiwurd 31 ax well Dal 111 Max- Thursday I say this advisedly for I be- every afternoon aud evening with knots well Jonathan M Nichols and dimuol L McCuuo for authority to organize tho lieve the Cumberland fighter bus on Ills of politicians who are never bo well war paint and is mustering his forces for pleased as when discussing the needs of Hockvillo National bank of Kockvillo Ind w ith a capital of 15 1000 an attack that will win success in ppite of the Government and State and the poul- Â¬ The 7J cacs lllo lbr Detoctlvo Slinmno tices that will hea the existing evils 1 t leading linns 111 Anderson igU ohargiug diugeach illigil sale of all obstacles heard one party from the Pennyrilo disIn lud liquor havu been quasliod Simmons In The bribtry sensations which were trict iatt Friday night discussing the working up tho cases rcpresou el himself sprung at an impolitic time when viewed timber for Congress in tho Fourth dis to bo a physician and bought liquor b from a Democratic standpoint nro to be trict The speaker of the gathering said tho drink fiom each drugstore investigated but while the political sore he believed Jack Gross would bo the Tho Kentucky treasury Is bankrupt and tho state treasurer ha issued an an- is being probed into the doctor will see Democratic nominee aud that John W nouncement suspending all payments to it that he loses no ground His Lieu- Â¬ Lewis would be the Republican choice until July Tho suiponlou uppllus to evorybody who draws money from tho tenants aro crying persecution and are He insisted tiiat these were the logical II V J state except tho accounts of tho peniten- Â¬ trying hard to bring about a revulsion of leadvrs of the two parties tiary which has an income oflts own feeling in favor of the medicine man Haiders visited the tollgtto aud houso AVhetber they are making much head FREIGHT TRAIN DLOWN UP of Thompson Mooio ono mile west of way or not may be conjctuted when I Disastrous Wreck 011 tlm liiillannpolU Uorry Ky on tho Horry and Colomans vlll turnpike Doth polos wuto cut down say that three anti Hunter Rads have lie It llnu ltiillrouil and tho house partly upset Tho night promised to support Hunter if ho neds Iswaxaiolu April 0 Tho middle befoio tho gates wcs of ColomacsVlllo their votes on Tuesday This sterns to section of n Peoria and Eastern freight A number of wore visited aud destioyod train was bown to pieces on tho Holt urroits nro expected as there Is direct evl indicate an election railroul switch at of this city yesterdono against sonio of the parties day President E U Thomas of tho Krio The contagion of arrest which broke Ii is not known whether tho traiifwau Railway company has communicated with out here a few days ago is spreading first wrecked or whether the explosion Governor Uushiiell of Ohio offo 1 ig to oarry 1000 iniubors of tho Ohio uillllta to and I think it means that the time kill- Â¬ caused tho wreck Now York ciy to tnko part In tho dedb a ers in the assembly will do no special Two carloads of whisky exploded tlon of the Grunt n ojunout April ii thing to bring about an early adjourn destroying two carloads of tobacco one Tho offer was promptly accepted and tuo of lumber two of eggs nud one of theadjutant goueral Is m iking pi eparntloiu ment The swapping around of the atrical scenery Tho promiscuous mass committees and the slow work of the took fire una bcvonu cars wero de- Â¬ Crimes and Casualties James John Morloyof Clncluuatl was adjunct bodies is a sign that little pro stroyed Iheforcoof tho explosion throw the killed by a Luku tiliuro trulu while cross gress Ih being made in tiie matter of iron work ninny rods and piled up a ing he trucks at Dunkltk O Ho was 03 making new laws The old contention tnnuutiiin of freight jeii old for an investigation of tin Eldyvllle The litimigo is estimated nt 35000 Wilt Hughes a farmer and two sons prison comes up in the Senate nearly Otto UsojUjiuw u tramp was seriousHo dead at their homo six miles west of every day The Republicans fight on ly burnt d in tho explosion KuglUh Ind fiom eatlug will parnlpj iuo jiitu recently orroiteti ht Volley the investigation although they say Mill Tex as Jojih Ulanthur tho San Mrs Huglios U not expected to live Mrs Sophia Vogel of St LouU threw they are not afraid of it and tho DemoFrancisco mimlurur for whom 11 reward her two child ou Into tho Mississippi rive crats are on the aggressive of llUU Ik offered committed suicide by taking morphine in tho county jail Ho from a evybout nud then jumped In herself Tho children wore saved but tho was teaching school at the tlmo of his ar Â¬ Tiie House and Senate have both rest and stood well In the community woman was drowned Hoyt Coopo of O rcljville O nn ox convict and Jack Henry of Columbus O are lucked up n Jail at GlrjlovilU charged with robblug Fordinaud Duuus stoo at Hiiysvllle At Orawfonlivlllo Ind Thomas a 7yeloUl boy was working hen his uiothor attempted With u rllle to tnko it awny from him Tho gun wus slUchtt god killing the bjy Instantly failures T The Woodyanl hotel at Puloitino Va was destroyed by lira with Its con- Â¬ tents Loss 3 400 Insurance 11600 Tho Uap 1st vim ohac Ueechfork near Iluntlugiou W Va was destroyed by flro It U thought to be tho work of an luceudlary nud great ludlguatlou exists oyer tho not An assignment has beau filed by Juiuos F Johnson pi o urlei or of the Meotianlos burg flour mills at Mechanloaburg O The asveU are estimated J F Klmbill llnbillilee at 3 t0J Dull at 117000 ml trade slow collections aud a shottage created by iv ojlleotor sowe tlm ng which cmbari itsHtHl tho prop rlto aro Uj cause alttibutod fo tho fullara TENNESSEES CENTENNIAL EXPOSITION FRANKFORT Â¬ Â¬ -- V Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Legislative-S- enatorial-honor Â¬ V has-ap-- Â¬ Â¬ Athknh April lJAcroants nro very conflicting nn to whnt really happened last Friday wh 11 the fioutier wns A special crossed Uy the Insurgents cnrtcinoudcnt of the Associated Press went to Liu ki and ascertained that tho invaders nnntbeied upward of 3000 Among thou Mere Ainilcnro Cipriani and his Itul an xoluntors Tlio entiro force wiw under tiie coninnud of tlireo cx oiIlccrs of 1 10 Gteek nrmy Knpsalo poulas Mylnmu and Ziepotios and four Macedonian chefn Zemins Davclis Vraknsnnd Sirmtio The rendezvous was nt tho Konlskos a vil nge near Jnlnbnk Tho men wero nil fully urined and wore tho national ccstJiuo their black fur caps bearing tho badge itml ilitials of tho Kthniko Ilettiirin emb oiden d in blno mid white En Tonto Nika with tlio words crossing tho inili lis in black On Friday 11 monk from Monnt Atlirs nssiseil by his nbbot mid two deacons held n religions servlco nt Kon iskoa nt which nil members of tho in vading body paitookof tho sacrament and registered the oath of tho order Liberty or detth During Friday night following tho Bervico tho frontier was crossed tho forco moving in tlio direction of Schnik Whilo this movement was in progress a second band the number of whom is yel unknown hud n rendezvous at Nez eros ou the fioutier nbout U5 kilo meters north of Lariia and near the coast This band was similarly equipped had a similar mission and took tlio same oath It was commanded by tho Muco It crossed the douinn chief Siusuikos froutier on Thursday night marching ou Karyii Tito roar of artillery can now bo painly heard at Larissa from tho direction of Knryu whero Sinsini kos is evidently forcing matters General Mukris and his staff with somo knowledge of tlio movemouts afoot which they wore nnwilling to import left Saturday for Tyrnaos tho most import nut Greek position near Elassonn Foar battenrsof ninforce meiits followed yesterday for tho same point At headquarters they dcjlaro that nothing is known as to tho raid nud will say nothing in tlio probablo character of tlio 1 aiders Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i 1jqvu who Wits formirly labor coinuilslonur in Ohio Is an applicant for coiiiiulssiouor of Immigration Hon M V Stone president of tho 1104 ton Safo Dcpodt anil Trust company died nt Walllinni Mass aged 1 years Hobort Fltzslmmons says that ho will never light another prio light but will rctlto from tho ring silica ho is now chum pion of the world Victor Magi formerly of Cmchocton O now of Chicago wants to bo consul at s Naples He Is backed by tho country over Mrs Joseph Kllng ngi d 0 ill d of pneumonia nt Seymour Iiul She was thu mother of Mr Horace Duubar of tho Gibson Hou c Cincinnati Sovornl womens organizations of Dayton O aro cliculailug a petition for signatures In favor of the parage by couucll tf a curfew oidliialicu Jolin J McOrny siiporlntcmont of schools lit Ccutcivillo O is mysteriously missing He hail jnade some questionable deals previous to his departiiru William M fllonn was found dead In bed at r prlngllchl His Ho had been dial for some hours Mr Glenn was widely known as n newspaper correspondents Miss Slcgel a giailuatu of tho Milwau kee uiilierslly ami the first fcmalo pupil of tho Stale Cllnlo of Prussia has just been admitted lo tho University of Hrcs lau Mrs Naomi Jones aged f0 wns cut to pieces by a Oiaml ltaplds ami Indiana tr 1 near her home four miles from Fort Wayne hid No ono saw iho ucci Italian-AmericanÂ¬ Â¬ 1 RoyAL POWDER Celrbrated for its great leavening strength and Assures the food against alum and nealihfulness all forms of adulteration Dommon to the cheap brands ROVAL BAKING fOWOFR CO Absolutely Pure NltW YORK refused to even consider a change VICTOHY CLAIMED FOR TUB lIltECKINMIDdE COMPANY DY Mil IIUXIA dent A Great Victory The Brrckenridge Asphalt Company Gets a Big Contract IUM SIMONS KNOCKED OUT Â¬ MORE DETAILS OF THE RAID V Â¬ The Oroks Imt Sl Killed find 87 Wound eil Wlillit tin- - Turks Inss Wusilrfatt r Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ V Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ V Huff-mjw- Fires Judgments for W17 and W180 were eateiHl at Chicago gilust tho Amjrloaa waterworks eomysuty K Ml vers win afjtelated for the 8 N earrtagu Cottimwiy wmjtHi Brown wheel work at Daytott O 1 ftl fetal tall ilOWIN Kq wouttar IM politiateM Mnii IM OajeslorawlflllMhWtB II ITT1T di- The FwkUltjretreet mUwjtUfm at Parhttrshurg W Va were bitraed to M iUisUiiur a 1omo 0i oa Mta ham MslsVM Use asablad wklsaV Tswt Utw IT hnwia ail fsfitBB jtw sjsav ttd sa STKfHKM JeaUf FWMJe ipam tiM MiMt Jk VIMKD WHO WILL IOOX XITIKK vHsyw at the UnHM Btoies upwine eeswi wM a 1st iris tittfbtitth wait mm m Wm a MMttW of tbt S J Larissa April 12 Tho latest information received hero on tlio hnbject of the raid shows that tho invading in Â¬ surgents first ndvnuced toward Gluts It is tcpoitnl that tho Turks Kinga The opposed the a taev with artillery Greek hosts wire 21 killed nnd 27 wounded Tlio Turkish losses aro said to havo been much renter It is rutin red tl at yet another attack was made on the Tnr ss at tho rear of Mount Olympus whero tho G ecks succeeded in planting n ing Stringent ordors havo been issued agniust irregular lighting nud tho pou alty of death will be imposed for any Tho general impression infraction hero is thnf war will bo proclaimed tomorrow The pnstinu or affairs is critical Although tho Turkish army has not yot assumed tlio offensivo orders to that effoct from tho sultan nro oxpected at auy moment All classes of tho troops nro full of war enthusiasm Somo dotails nro at hand at last as to tho skirmish uenr Gravenn On Thurs day mornliiff lfiOO Kuzonoi uniformed nnd commanded by Greek ofllcew crossed the frontier uenr Baltimon and advanced to it jioint near Gra vena Hero thoy met 11 detachment of tho Fifteenth chassours on picket duty in tho woods and hemmed them in After two hours of hard fighting tho Sixth battalion of chasseurs came to the recuo nuder tho command of Islam Pasha ami drove the Euzonoi back to tho- - frontier Tho in- Â¬ surgents lost 150 killed Tlio object of tho invaders is to make their way through the monutain passes aud to eat off all communication be Â¬ tween Maeedouia and Eplrus Once Company Tlio Breckimidge Company bids from well intrenched in tho mountain ranges it would take a whole army corps to 2222 to 5 t I 8 per square of the differ Â¬ dislodge them ent peiceH of work with SO cents for ox civatlon AS VIEWED IN TURKEY The Barber Company bid 23 30 per Tlio 1orte tonslilers thu Ilalil as a Com- Fquaro on tho work with IS for excavaiuiu miit of Wnr CONfiTANTIXOILE April J 2 Tito porto tion in a protest to the povcr against the The Bermuda Company bids 21 35 per Greek invasion says that the regular rquare for the work with 47 for the ex- Â¬ Greek nrmy entered Turkish territory cavation near Grnenu and committed aoU of Lee Figg and John Ii Gleason made hostility by destroying tlireo posts Tlio protest further declares that theso the Ion est bids on the brick work acts viitually constitute tin act of ag When thcto bids havo been examined gression nud a casus belli nnd de Â¬ and the contracts let the extent of tho nounce Greece as an aggressor in tho affair This ih regarded iu a commence Barber Companys hold ou Louisville may be seen ment of war When the Board of Public Works or TWO IHOOoAisU SLAIN rather Kohn aud Neviu changed the Kitent of lio I s ct ul Mm fin Mustaore la specifications for asphalt streets recently jIii Mm ir Lodox April l -- ihe Daily Chron Â¬ so m to practically shut out all companicle publUho tut rt truer fiom a letter ies save the Barber the other companies written by an ccuoual orospoudeut appealed aud sought the aid of Mr John iu Asia Minor dcctmiiff that 2000 per L Duulap Mr Dunlap has since made bgbs have perished by Moslem iiiaswicre repeated efforts to have the speolfiea in Toka aud that freeli outrages prob Â¬ tlons plaeed back m they were so a to ably a devilish ure uipveted admit competition from all companies TIh Katmdlet regiment im reeeutly He broHttht tl e Ue Msoved and it is beImsxto All along believed hi froiug board Monday matter up before tUe the Syrian eotwt to iipftg f have M ptaettd gunwt of Twrkiek tot bve fteeifteaitoM changed btUae to give lean to prevent m Armwuuis from w Ibe other etmpulee m equal chance m the peaet rk Bt Koba Md Nevln Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ m Â¬ 1 1 Mnjor Marshall Morris is to be congratulated He Ins mide n hard fight and a long ono Mr Morris has been trying for years to get into Louisyille v ith Ilia asphalt which is the best in the world and makf s the finest and most durable streets It has stood the test in otlier cities and in Louisville but lie has never been able to gHinto his own city from tho fact that Lum Simons has owned and controlled all the boards the council the Mayorand all avenues to the letting of contracts The people of this county the home of the product will each read witli interest and plensuie the following from the Louisville Post A great victory was won by tiie HOLMAN CONGRESSMAN ILL Breckinridge Asphalt Company and the Tho lVHtclnliir r tlm Tri usur In a Very cily this afternoon and the Barber Asphi rlniis Ciimlltluii halt monopoly has been knocked out Washington April I Congressman Tiie Breckinridge Companys bids were William S ITolmiu Indianas great Bo favorable and bo much better than objecter nud watchdog of the treasthose of the Barber people that it seems ury is lying in n hi rioas condition at that all the collusion of Mr Lum Simons his ho no iV3 U street as tho result of will go for naught In spite of the specian accident Owiiik to his oxtreuio ago fications that were intended to drive out nnd his enfeobUcl condition during tho opposition the Breckinridge people have past year it is feared ho may not re- Â¬ Last Tuebday Holmau fell met tho requirements and vanquished cover en alighting from a the Barler people on their own ground street car near hisConnecticut nveuna resideuco nnd was taken homo and placed iu bed Ho be Â¬ Oppcstlon to the asphalt monopoly gan to grow worso anil part of tho tirao by means of which Lum Simons and the ho lias been unconscious Ilolmnus wife dietl about a year ago Bather Asphalt Company wax fat off of the city is increasing and the high Â¬ Daring their loug married life together tho couple frequently chatted pleasant Â¬ handed methods by which all competi- ly about which would survivo the other tion lias been choked off in tho bidding On hor deathbed Mrs Ilolmnu said to Somothiug tolls mo lor asphalt street work has aroused the her husband reach the indignation of the citlz tis of Louisville that wo will together bottom of lifos hill nlmoit Two minutes Today the board of Public Works opened later sho wns dead Jndgo Holman bids on the following street works which said recently to n friend Since that mny serve to irark another chapter in tinio I too havo been dead to all in pnrposes the hittory of the Barber Asphalt Com- Â¬ tents nnd Ilolmnus friends about AuLast fall pany and its cor quest of Louisville rora Intl induced him to enter tho campaign hoping it would divert his The streets to be reconstructed are Main North side from the West line mind from his wifos death It did to somo extent bnt mucu his return to of Fifteenth to thu East line of Seven- Â¬ congress ho litis again becomo depressed teenth granite Ho will bo 75 years old next Septem Flojd From the North line of Main ber nud has been elected to conirress 10 times Ho is now entering to the South line of Water granite or year in tlio house nnd has ou his Ulst served longer asphalt than any member of congress His Eighteenth From the South line of enfeebled condition has been tho sub Â¬ ject of comment by members of the Walnut to the South line of Chestnut house hiuco tho present congress as- Â¬ brick sembled Breckinridge From the East line of IltlhJ jrl Instantly KUIeil Brogk to tlio West lino of Jackson Industiiy Ind April 0 Mary McAllister aged I was struck aud in asphalt stantly killed by an electric car yester Â¬ Kentucky From the East line of Sec Â¬ day The motoruiau of tho car Waltor ond to the East line of Floyd asphalt Haywood is her cousin and 011 her way Brook From the South line of Breck to school sho stopned ou tho track to wave her hand nt liim failing to got oil ridge to the South lino oi Caldwell iu time brick Main From the West lino of Tho expressions Halleluiah aud Eighteenth to the East lino oi Seven- Â¬ Amon are said to havo been introduced into Christian worship by St teenth Bids on the asphalt work wero receiv- Â¬ Joromo nbout A D 300 THE MAnKETS ed from the Breckenridgo Company tho Barber Company and the Bermuda llctlmr uf drill n unil Livestock Market Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mr John Dunlap when seen this aft- Â¬ ernoon stated that tho Breckinridge Company had gained a great victory over the Barber Company and Lum Si- Â¬ mons The bids of the latter were about 4 less for every squnro than thoy had ever been before yet notwithstanding this the Breckinridgo peoplo underbid them and will no doubt get the work when the contracts arc let tomorrow Mr Dunlap said tiiat the bids when cacuated would probably make tlio cost of paving a block about 800 or 1 003 less than it has ever been before for asphalt work Altogether there are six blocks which are to be paved bo this will make a saving to the city of about 5000 The bids for the granite and vitrified brick streets were also less than they wero heretofore Before the bids were opened this morning a letter was received from Alderson Tabler Co in which they complained that they could not enter a bid on account of tlio specifications and asked that the letting bo postponed for a short time nud that the specifications be changed in order to let a number of other asphalt companies compete who aro now barred out The board ordered the letter to bo filed but took no action upon it rt tor April 13 Clncluuitl Tobacco Market Offering uw 1 for the week Hbdi Ua Old bU7 601 lUJw lom for the week lo for ho week Ao ual 157 it ootps for 10 week bli 111 offuiod ltlJ t tuts Ui UTI fur uvetngeil J 3u 10 iigalnsl llsJ hluU d7 for St hints iliup evloas veou ami theioru pointing week iu UIM Thu bJT hiiiltolil uferetlavoag Hlt 8S per 100 lb nrilut 1 14 for QOiiihU tlu Week p iceiMlli 4 mill for 61 A hliils the sanio week a car uro 143 till ritltuiirir II 0j8S 15 fevtlors d UJCri luulj Miijfi utul lb I 3 iu - f lino litfhi cow -- Csll JtiUl fl iiu neivy tl Isuil 3i common u fair trued tlxtra II MtH 10 i iiiniou U likti SJ6 choluo S I uil Cnttlo Vrlmo S U 0JI 5 uiiiih 011 j ii 31 vuil caivoi It oOA toiU 18SsIo CatWheii tle -- tied u tMeliK11 11 bnSl 4J fivlr to U MH 71 eomut m W fiol iiiuillum ulOUMfct Hd PIiiib UucBew 3 UU Hut liOWM puklugia UOeJl OJ conimou lliuuirii Umib v 1 7J Vlncuuatt bi H sU sJi luoit aud bulU It M Ututw S mind Ile i I Ckleagu tmuOioni JU Wj Sliel CwWie NatlvsjeteejM W MJiM HI U iu 13 MM o A mi Shoep-ll T l0J 00 i ytjw tm VL 74 YewE Meat- HMhw U SMI Haee tt t W erti J -- - m THEl BRROKHNRIDGR NEWS OLOYRRPORT Breckenridge Jm D ULY News Proprlttri 1897 14 PEDAGOGUES HANCOCK Â¬ Â¬ kV 0 BsMisgi Edlton tad WKDNB8DAY APRIL TrlCounty Teachers Auooiatlon lobe Hancock Clirlrn Held at Big Spring the 3d Sat lrauk Bates lost a pockot book Satur urday in April 1897 day night containing 05 and a notn for 25 THAT MEADE COUNTY PRIMARY moo RAM Ojxninj Eirrciics and Order ol Uuimni Welcome Addrtsi J W Hirdm KesponM J F Nail Education at a tlnilneis Investment A C llurton Morning Exercises In School Tho book and note woro found tho next morning but the money had been taken from it Dr Davison received on Tuesday 600 moro fine fish from tho Missouri fish commission at St Louis They will pawn this season He has his dam fixed back firmly and the pond is doing well Mr Anderson Gray a merchant living three miles from Yelvlngton and Miss Collins White came up Wednesday morning and crossed over to Cannelton where they were married They re- Â¬ B F BEARD DILLON HARDINSBURG KY CO House Mr Jonei Gomes Back at Uncle Johnathan w F It Harden Ekiion Ky April 3 1807 Editob Incentive- - Public School Teaching Kate Sweets to Johna News I want to answer Undo V L Spalding D N Gordon Kuta Datit than through your paper Ho says be Recitation A K Thomas applauds my ultimate intentions but Science of Teaching feels that my present purpose is not bo Public School System Now and In the It Hosklnson Future Flank Conway J good I said in the article referred to by Paper Rva I Morrison C A Ashcrait Dan Roberts him that it is not worth while for any The Sensibilities Mrs Fannie Frymlre Iota Smith man to run for office unless be is willing ltevlew turned home at noon to use means that is beneath the dignity How Should the Qualifications of Teach ers be Determined I Johnny Gatewood the little Hawes Now Uncle Johnathan of a gentleman J C CardwetlJH Miller villa colored boy is winning fame for every tteritatlon does that necessarily imply that Maggie B Paul himself and money for theScoggan Bros man that does run for office is willing to Advantages of the Graded Sstem SWIate J LSimpson at Cincinnati this week In one day he run for use such means or that all who Leah Payne won throe first and one second Ho Not at all Ilecltatlon office do uso such means Medley J UPilkenton shows up well every day with some win Â¬ you failed to grasp the Closing Exercises Uncle John nings tho meaning of the sentence with con Adjournment r If I WD Why I know of a great many J J Eagan Co coal dealers at Fal- Â¬ nectlons ADXHKELL We arc Sole Agents in Breckenridge con have dissolved partnership Mr men who have run for office in this J KAsiiLOCK James Eagan withdrawing Tho busi county who wero not willing to do as County for the Improved Tornado Disc Give It a Trial ness will be continued by the three re Â¬ mentioned and I think there were some Harrow and the Revolution Disc Cultisuch men in the recent canvass but they On receipt of ten cents cash or stamps maining brothers under the name of J were defeated especially if their appo a generous sample will be mailed of the B Eagan Bros J J Eagan will open vator two implements that every pro- Â¬ nents resorted to tho uso of whiskey etc most popular Catarrh and Hay Fever at once another splendid mine not far and such will ever be the case until all Cure Elys Cream Balm sufficient to distant and continue in tho coal busi- Â¬ gressive farmer should have who appreciate tho right of suflarage demonstrate its great merit Full size ness maintaining the 50c and are in favor of They put the ground in Thorough Order pulverizing it cutting the How a Saw Mill Man Saved 97000 purity of the ballot shall band them ELY BROTHERS corn stalks and turning under all kinds of trash Mr J C Meserye of Chambers Ky 6C Warren St New York City selves together in an organized body so as to wield the full force and influence It is the medicine above all others for one of the oldest and best saw mill men They arc made of Iron and Steel throughout strong and durable in this State saw the advertisement of of every good citizen in the county in catarrh and Is north its weight in gold simple of construction and easy of operation The price is reasorablc favor of the very best and most suitable I can use Elys Cream Balm with safety the Rockport Saw Works in the Bkeck men to fill the offices knriduk News He wrote the firm he and it does all that Is claimed for it W W Wf VkW3tt Come and sec them they ae great labor savers bt VsW bad a saw hat could never be made to Now Uncle Johnathan of course I B W Sperry Hartford Conn ssassr work well even when new and had sent advise all Democrats to stick to the it to other shops several times with no nominee of the party though the candi- Â¬ WEST- - POINT better results dates have done wrong and they know The Rockport Saw Works ropaired this it we all know it Did you fail to notice Measles are with us yet saw for Mr Meserve and they made it that I told you to look out hereafter Why every man that run wanted to be Harry Duvall spent Sunday with his first class in every way Mr Meserve Wii says it wotks better than when now and elected and of course they thought they mother takes its feed right along This saw was do like the Republicans would have to Myron Skinner has gone to Michigan badly rusted and looked like it had been Guaranteed to be the best running best con- Â¬ did last fall and this is how the Republi- on business given up and consigned to the scrap pile cans did they used 1G000000 in money structed and stiongest Chilled Plows ever Will Williams is tho happiest man in years ago Mr Meserve is highly pleased used all of the railroads free used nearly made Full line of Uric Clipper and medium West Point XHaWlaBBBa all of the newspapers and used the com- Â¬ with the firm that repaired his saw priced Steel Plows at Rock bottom prices XlJorn to the wife of R L Sheetsa little saved him 7000 on a now one If you bined intellect of all the bankers manu- Â¬ factures railroad owners trusts and in brother for Rutb want good work on your saws send them BWfWfWfWfWfWfWfWfWfWfWfWfWfWfWfSi Mrs Watkins of Louisville spent Sat Â¬ to the Rockport Saw Works Rockport fact nearly all of the most wealthy peo- Â¬ ple on the continent They forced hun urday and Sunday with her mother Mrs Ind They will do all they claim to A full line Can save yon big money on these dreds of thousands to vote the Republi- McCoy They have a new process of testing saws can ticket against their own judgement Candidates are becoming very numer- Â¬ that makes them a sure go plows Get our prices by intimidation coersion and every other ous you can find one or two in town means that could possibly bo intended every day MATTINGLY by the devil and all of his co workers on Bro J P Jenkins occupied the pul- Â¬ B F Frank went to Rockport Monday earth and by so doing thoy did manage pit here Sunday and preached two excel- Â¬ by the hardest fight of their lives to lent sermons to visit relatives defeat one of the greatest and best men Will Cralger of Rockport was here Mrs A E Burchlel and daughter engaged in the greatest cause and mak Â¬ Mrs Will Crutcher were in Louisville last week visiting friends ing the most powerful effort in behalf Master Freddie Frank visited on Tar last Thursday shopping of a down trodden suffering people that The I C railroad is building a new Creek Sunday and Monday this country has ever produced ID jBSaSSBUlEjnEsfcf 4BspSMSMBMSssgaAisgHrtst- Mis Alice Brickey attended the Hin Why of course Uncle Johnathan we water tank at this place and it is quite ton Brickey nuptials Thursday will stick to our party and stand by our an improvement over the old one M E Hambleton Pisgab was present guns as long as there is a Republican in Mr Joe Campbell of Grayhamton sight We could not afford to join the has bought Dr J V Prewitts residence at the wedding Thursday evening Republican party and the Populist party and will take possession about the 1st Frank Tabeling Tar Fork was the is short at both ends and too thin in the of May guest Sunday of Miss Grade Crist mi ju middle We Democrats have our little 9rsyrtfRiltt9iis7 Mr T A Robinson and wife and Mr Ed Hinton went to Hardlnsburg Wed brawls among ourselves but just let a B Wathen and wife of Vine Grove nesday on very important business The Old Hickory has the wheel that never fails Other wagons Republican show up and we are like a were the guests of Mr and Mrs Horace Born to tLe wife ot AIfred Hawkln8 may have more selling points but the Old Hickory will last longer Hock of sheep when a wolf or a dog Wathen Sunday March 31st a boy Alf says another comes In sight we will all rush up Last The only leliable Combined Drill on the market Plants corn and Mr James Shipley who bought two carry a heavier load and give better satisfaction than any made together ready to make battle with the lots from Mr G E Geoghagan not long Democrat the various kinds of Fertilizers successfully Can be regulated to drill J W Pate Jollys Station was in our year we sold over a car load of Old Hickorys and a car load of other common enemy since is building a house on one of them midtt last week buying hogs Will is any desired quantity Guaran- Â¬ They arc low in price up in quality a Now Uncle Johnathan I hope you will and will soon have it completed makes We had to furnish repairs for nearly all the other kinds sold teed to give satisfaction If you want a drill we are the people that can first class hustler not think that we are silly enough to Dr W E Crutcher leaves Tuesday for save you money The many friends of little Robert but did not have to furnish a single repair for the Old Hickory jump out of the frying pan into the fire Madlsonville to attend the Grand Com Beavin were shocked at the news of his Dont you remember that I said we have got into this predicament and must pull mandry of the U O G O which con- Â¬ sudden death He was loved by all who through the beBt that we can and we venes at that place April the 8th He knew him will pull through to a finish of this race goes as a representative of West Point Peddlers are almost as numerous here Now Uncle Johnathan what would you commandry and will visit Owensboro as candidates and all the difference there and Henderson on his return homo think of a soldier who would desert the is between the two is one wants your ranks of his comrades in the midst of money and the other wants your vote The People are Convlaoed battle and go and join the ranks of the jsThe marriage of Mr Edward Hinton When you want to purchase a buggy the qitettion arise1 where enemy because some of the men in his when they read the testimonials of cure to Miss Bettie Brickey was solemnized own ranks were not as well disciplined by Hoods Sarsaparilla They are writ- Â¬ last Thursday April 8th at 3 oclock p Wx can I get the best buggy for the least money We would simply say bwICbwh1 v as they should be or would act in such ten by honest men and women and are Rev Richard officiating m Miss cannot sel you a better buggy for less money than you can that if we a way that he could not approve of their plain straightforward statements of fact V A Judith Brickey acted as bridesmaid and X conduct Why Uncle Johnathan if such The people have confidence in Hoods Mr Owen Whiteshouse as get it elsewhere we will pay you fo your trouble incoming to see our groomsman a man as that could be found in the Sarsaparilla because they know it actualThe bride was attired in beautiful brown line We do not take bugges on commission 1 ut buy diiect from the Democratic rank ho would not be entitl- ly aud permanently cures even when silk while the groom wore tho usual con- Â¬ ed nor could he hope to have the con- other medicines fail y factory and pay spot cash which means a saving of frpm 500 to ioco ventional black Immediately after the fidence of either party We Bhall only tflBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB 1 Hoods Pills are the only pills to take ceremony the uuited couple and a few of stick that much tighter and fight that oneach buggy and of which you will get the benefit by trading with us AtMitkWBWBvi rWx the attendautx wont to the home of the much harder to help right the wrongs with Hoods Sarsaparilla Easy and yet groom wheie a bountiful supper and a efficient that have crept t ito our ranks v number of friends and relatives awaited No indeed Uncle Johnathan we will their arrival The bride is the amiable Blaokford Association not desert tho cause of Democracy daughter of Mr John E Brickey while f v 1 ia Ifyou are in the market for a because we know that tho fundamental The followlns is a programme of the Sun Â¬ tlin groom is the son of Mr John Hinton principles of Democracy are right and day School Convention of tho Blackford both of this community May peace are the very foundation of our liberty Association which meets with Pellvllle abide with them is the Baptist church Wednesday preceedjng and prosperity the foundation upon which truo Ameriwish of tho writer canism must rest if we successfully the 3rd Sunday in May 1897 at 10 a m stand the storms of very many half 1 The Best methods of getting par Dont buy until you see us and get our prices We can save you at Something To Know ents interested in Sunday American half foreign presldental cam Â¬ least 10 per cent School II B Brown O J It may be worth something to know paigns such as we have lately experiencBruner and O B Coleman that the very beBt medicine for restoring ed Oh no Uncle Johnathan dont ask the tired out nervous system to a heal Â¬ us to come over and join your party it 2 Who is a legal teacher of a Sun day School P M Whitlow thy vigor Is Electric Bitters This medi Â¬ would be worse than suicide in us to cine is purely vegetable acts by giving II W Morton and Lafe Jarboe turn traitor to the cause of Amorican tone to the nerve centres In the stomach freedom and join a party whose leaders 3 Should any other work be con- Â¬ ducted in Sunday School out- Â¬ gently stimulates the Liver and Kidneys are unscrupulous money kings seeking side of regular lessons J D and aids theso organs In throwing off imto overthrow the best gevernment on Hocker 0 M Corley and Ira purities in the blood Electric Bitters earth and turn it into a monarchy L Rice improve the appetite aids digestion and because that kind of government would 4 Quallficatlonsof Superlntendants is pronounced by those who have tried of Sunday Schools S Flowers better serve their financial interests than l J J Lyons and Frank Isom it as the very best blood purifier and a government like ours where the com- Â¬ Mrs Dave Moorman of Glendeane last Miss Mary Pauls little pupils seem to could not find a be n In the pot nerve tonic Try it Sold for 50c or FALL8 OF ROUGH mon people are allowed to vote We 5 Whose duty Is it to attend Sun- Â¬ I day School II D Burch W Saturday 1 00 per bottle at A R Fishers Drug like her very much and she is getting think Mho Hatties sweetheart was know we have had the misfortune to R Oldham and L Burdett Mrs Stuart was a guest ol Mrs Storms Store W II Ohambllsa seams to have along nlcoly with her school considering there that evening have some few just such men as above II D Bbown Sec mentioned as leaders of our party but A funny little story reaches me of a Willis Green went to Louisville last Improved a great deal lately as he looks the mud and rain Deafness Cannot be Cured so much better Call of Democratio Committee when they found that they could not week Mlsi Katie Butler who is attending young lady In the neighborhood who keep the blindfold on the masses of the by local applications as they cannot Messrs Tom Fentress and Bill Bozarth school at Glendeane paid her parents a drew the picture of a horse on an Jesse Whitworth former Chairman of Rev A L Osborne has moved to his tgi party any longer and could not lead the reach the diseased portion of the ear the Democratio Executive Committee of farm recently have moved on the farm belonging to visit Saturday and attended church at aud wrote her namo and address benesih rank and file of the party any further There is only one way to cure Deafness Breckenridge County having resigned as Mrs Lucy Hunter and sent the eg to the store through Union Chanel Sundav Dentist Ilaynes was a guest at Sir L the trap that they and their and that Is by constitutional remedies such Chairman we the undersigned into llwl I am told that Leslie Brack wears bio IVKlM uiiuui uicu nb 1101 iiuiua uttar a mistake she says several weeks later Peytons the tenth Inst in IInl eastern allies had devised and set they Deafness is caused by an inflamed condi- Â¬ members of said Committee said Whit- Â¬ best Sunday clothes every day since Union Ohapdl March 20th and was Bne received a letter from a roan In New Madam Humor says we are to have skipped out and left us and showed us tion of the mucous lining of the Eusta Â¬ worth refusing to act further hereby Miss Paul camo here interred In the Catholic cemetery at York stating that he got the egg with with their friends the Republicans chian Tube When this tube gets in Â¬ call the Committee to meet at Hardlns- another wedding soon Little Misses Ruby and Jessie Stone St Marys church March 27th She her name and address written on it and Col Green Bon have on a beautiful Now Uncle Johnathan wont you lay flamed you have a rumbling sound or burg Ky at one oclock p m on Mon Â¬ Visited their aunt Mrs 0 Y Butler of leaves a husband seven children with that he is a batchelor and would like your prejudice and tear yourself loose imperfect hearing and when It la entire day April 10 1807 to elect a Chairman stock of new spring goods a host of relatiyea and friends to mourn to correspond with her Shreve Ohio county last week Miss Llllle Stone has quite recovered from the party whose selfish leaders ly closed Deafness is the result and un Â¬ and to transact such other business as An acquaintance ot mine who has a Mrs Mercer Mias Mabel Obambliss her loss from a severe attack of malaria have been foreging chains of bondage less the inflammation can be taken out may bo brought before It correspondent living near Millersburgh Mrs Davison and Mrs Sam Morgan mUL f irl David R Murray link at a time for thirty years or more to and this tube restored to its normal con- Â¬ wii 11 biih uieuui wuuuuuipiion Airs Kittle Davison bad three cows were guests of Mrs M W Stone and at the home of her uncle George Ilarl Indiana said she received a letter front ThosL Wroe hind you and your children me and my dition hearing will be destroyed forever to die In the last few weeks her friend containing news of family Thos O Tousey Sunday evening April 4 Monday oemaltted there a few weeks a wnNter nine cases out of ten are caused by ca Â¬ children into bondage and serfdom wktsk L B Adkiseon Excursion to Louisville Saturday Miss Tlllie Stone and little sister evening her remains were taken to was tkU that NUt T utTTiiL Tt Come out from among the wicked and tarrh which is nothing but on inflamed Mike Miller iuq rousa trip April Jeasle were the gaeeta of MIm Annie Union Chapel where funeral services RoWt Moore were MtoifalngltecM Imhm John F Moore joia the patriotic party who are deter- - condition of the mucous surfaces Mrs SIpeaand daughter were guest Henry 0 Garner Head and little ateters one afternoon were held and then laid to rest in the MllefttHirg together It was uMpessa We will give One Hundred Dollars for mined by the help of God and the power and NtokTrauUettsv was shot tTwn h at Mrs OharabllM oae day last week last week churoh yard of patriotism and a purified ballot to any case of Deafness caused by catarrh j the head Ave time und died ItstjiMily Miss Fannie Stephen I expecting her U the time necessary cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh ll Davleon Mr and Mr Esk One Minute Is Mke One afternoon last week MmxW I sufMse they were traveling aJo maintain the crumbling temples of that at Wnlimt to decide from personal experiesw that brother and sweetheart to visit tteis ridge and their little daughter Flossie Morns said sue put on a huge pot full ins time for hi companies Jastie la tbl the greatest country on Cure Send for circular free F J CHENEY A Co Toledo 0 Oae Minute CeugU Core dee what Ua aeon Mitt Com Wlagate were guest at Mr o soap uewts to eoox wner several mmm I Moots was suspected of Us erisM sjbmI -Sold by Druggists 75c Mm Frank Peyton vWted her tfator fttWs Sunday Sbwt IlayaW same lapl elapsed she went to examin tlient bn IWW J T Jo Y Â¬ The targejt Agricultural Implement IN BRECKENRIDGE COUNTY We handle everything and anything in the way of a Farm Implement a Farmer needs and at the very Lowest Prices DISC HARROWS AND CULTIVATORS ffwl B- Â¬ m Â¬ Â¬ iKbT V WW BLOUNT and OLIVER h CHILLED PLOWS Â¬ l3f DOUBLE SHOVELS Â¬ Â¬ aMWsPMWBsKtPJBgisiqJSLga CORN SEED DRILL iw4bBSy Buggies Spring Wagons Surreys and Phaetons w Â¬ vr Wm Â¬ Â¬ v bH w v kHLs4BsBBBBLite JMMllLu--4LDwP-1-- v i9BjHEBBBBir Â¬ wmyi Â¬ ai y B F BEARD DILLON c HARDINSBURG ET CHAMPION MOWER OR BINDER Â¬ CO l- Â¬ T1 1 an - M3El BRKOKRNRIDGB NBLWS OLOVBLHORCT KV 1 R5gjgBS585g5g5SSBffiSBBgE FORDSYILLE TO LOUISVILLE SATURDAY APRIL 24 1897 Ladies especially provided for EXCURSION THE 1 AND RETURN DAI F A BEAVIN 1 THE FARE MATCH GAME BASE BALL LOUISYILLE AND CLEVELAND Purchase tickets before entering train if possible Keturning train will leave Louisville at 10 oclock p m r isixaTTirsioirsr Ti co BKECKENRIDGE WRnKNRPAYAPKIL JNEWS 14 1897 OUR CHURCH FAIR observed Mrs Ferrer Dear inol with a friendly grin hh rIio nettled her- Â¬ self conifottiibly in n rorker on licr Now 1 d just about neighbors xtoop dio o lunchoniuncsi If I didnt liov yon o comb nn visit with every onot in uwlillo Youro tho only neighbor within hollcrhi distnuco o niy house nn I can cawl to your Jimmy cf I want him to rnn o mi errand down to the croccry storo or I enn peek out o my kitclion window mi seo you settin horu with tho baby or doin your chores around tho yard An I can hear yon real plain talk In to Jimmy an Talkiu tfl him echoed Mrs Sharp YoUin nthim with indignant wrath you mean piiourIi to wako tho dead an n disgrace to tlio neighborhood flints what it if tho way that child carries on Its hia fathers fault n linmorin him in everything I followed him nil around tho yard thismoruin with n bean pole but I might as well hev tried to oatch n firctmg ns that young one Well concluded Airs Sharp with a sigh of suffering and defeated mother- Â¬ hood iioa 6 year old an this winter sees him a goiu to Fchool or my namo aint what it is nn Ill never say nothlii to any teacher ns gives hiin n lickin Hes fairly nchiu for one an cf it warnt for his fathers n iiiterfcrin tho rod wouldnt Lin spared an tho chilo wouldnt bo spoiled Hos tho aggrava- Â¬ ting young ono I ever did epo Ho hed ngood timo at tho fair lust night snickered Mrs Ferret looseniug tho strings of her gingham siiuboiiuet which slio drew off her head and waved back and forth in front of her fnco Phow nint it hot Our church fairs always on tho very hottest days in tho year Thats cuuso o tho ico cream They cell n lot o that on hot nights I How did yon mako out Inst night didnt hardly hev a chnnco to speak with you there was such jam nn I was holpiu cm utthocako tablo What time Was you thcro did you get nronnd when tho band begun to play I got thoro just ns they was plnyin Sweet Marco Johnny Wilson toots on tho cornet real good I might hev been thcro at the start sighed Mrs Shnrp but lnws it wero 7 oclock nforo I got through with tho supper things Jims always laic gettin homo from tho shop cf I want to go auywhercs nn Lord knows taiut often I da Of course tiero was tho children an nivsulf to clean after that I put on my now glial ley dress tho whito ono with tho black beetles on to it I only paid threo an a half cents a yard for it down to Adamsos when they vim sellin oil a job lot It mado up real nice an to seo mo in it you wouldnt think I weighed 200 pounds An I put on my sailor hat with tho bluo band around it When I got through I was pretty near roasted I toll you nn my fuco was ns red ns n pinnny So I took the children nn went along Tho baby behaved protty good but Jimmy jnst as ef ho docsntkuow how to mako uoico cnougn to tako your head offhis pa goes an buys him a mid ho whisllont the kep up such u screechin with it that I couldnt hear myself think so I tnk it away from him an put it in my pockot x f Jltst nfcio it wns tlmo lor tho fair to tie pin an everybody wns hustlin nronnd to get things straight them two girls nt tho flower Btnud kep goin from ono ta blo to another asthf for cord to tic up their bowkays nn fcifcbors to cut cm with an vases to put em in an they littered tho floor all over with their Icaviu s nn then ast Mrs Adams for a Sho spoko up broom lo sweep up with pretly sharp au told em them things didnt grow in the basement o n chinch an they hid no busincM to undertake a thing cf they expected other folks to wait on them un sho just givo it to cm gocd but ono o them was her own daughter so sho hod n chnnco to speak her mind Aire 1eriet fanned herself vigorously with htr minbonuct mid prtued not for want of i subject but for want of Mrs Sharp was listening in tircath tently Willi a uroaii Mimo 1 encourage uftcr phooii g auny a big bluo ment bottlo fly Mrs Fcnct resumed An tho lemonade girls Rebeccas at tho well they cnlkil theiibclvcsl They bed ono o tlirso bis butter ctocks on a low Btind for iho well with n big chunk o ico in it nn u ii dipper to dish out tiio Icicohiiilu with nu u tray with ubout a drzen n tumblers on to it nil tamed upsido dovsn ibcy rqueezod tho leuiOus homo nn Li ought tho juico iu fruit cans an every now an then theyd pour a littio juieo into the woll with f omo more water mi bugar An it was tho poorest Fluff 1 1 vir tustid Thoy bed tho well fixtd up with evergreens an goldcnrod An thcro was big branch es o tho grecin tied to tho legs o tho table nu they stuck out bo folks was tripnlu over cm au could hardly got by 1 wonder ef they fuado out good nt observed Mrs tho Sharp Them girls iu tho hed said Mrs Ferret emphatically about ten folhihs a hclpiii cm an such carry ins on you never seel O conrso folks wasnt waited on properly uu did not liko what they got although it was writ up Tabu what comes an no change So thats tho way it went Cut yon should hev seen your Jimmy I Ho never took his eyes oflcn that from tho miuit ho fust como in I seen him for bo was stanuiu just along my cud o tho cako tabic He stood up agiu tho wall with his two hands in his pants pockets an his mouth wido open just whero ho could pcok through an seo all tho parcels as thoy was rolled up An you know hey run short o things So when they wns nil givo out thcro stood Jimmy with his two oyes ns big us saucers Au I beard him sny to Gccrgio Adams I seen overy durned thing iu thcrcl It Bounded aw- Â¬ ful cute wound up Mrs Ferret I hed to laugh iuquircd Who washed tho dishes Mrs Sharp replied Mrs Oh dont ask mcl Any Â¬ Ferret laughing despairingly body they could get I expect It was louch nu go with cm from flrht to last J hey was nil that cranky an flustered all tho time Thcro was no lipt water nu Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Jack-in-the-bx x Hobccy to tco to tlio fire nn somebody took tho teakettle thnt was full o caw fco an lied poured half 6 it into her disbpun nforo she tccn what it was for 5 r VV - - rf t How did you like tho wny tho tnbles was fixed inquired Mrs Ferret Oh I didnt tiiink much o eml I could liov fixed sniffed Mrs Sharp em hotter myself They didut look tasty a bit mi things was so dear you couldnt buy anything I warnt golu to pay doubln for things I could mako home easy enough iron holders an that So wo ucut mi bed some ico cream It was awful bad tho tasto of Its in my month yot An they charged 15 cents n pinto for it an uover so much as givo us a crumb o cake with it Cuko wns 6 cents oxtray Hero Mrs Fcnct gave a long chucklo before she raid They wns uwfnl mad nt tho cako Mrs Adams Jicd chargo o it tnblo You know iho cukes was all do uated an some wo sent to tho cake tablo to bo sold an some was givo to the supper tn blo to cat villi their pnwfco nn that Well there wurnt enough to gi round at the supper ulore it was hull through with An ono o ho cakes was made o ham fat I Oh just us truo as yon live nu every bedy kuowed where it come from tool VelJ they was hoppiu mud I glvft cm two pounds o cawfee Bttt to mako a long story phorr somo o tho Buppnr committee como to us auNvauted to tako the cakes otleu our tabic An Mrs Adams you knew how spunky she is an film told em right up and down they shouldnt hev em an I dont blame her Said she bad trouble enough golu around beggiu em for her own table an theyd oughter dona the So they bogged her an Mifio for their Mid they was short an folks was ask in or it at their supper An she said the bed uestiiu te do with the supper exeep U eat Um ati pay Iter quarter for it VkttM she through an told em it wh tHeirbwipMM to see after their own table an t thy wawteri her oakee theyd get fei bay fur all that warut sold wae goi to be MMtloacd off Au I never heetd be beat o Use eewpllweota as ttMeejt between esjs J stMaf Jsjzs AdMM life HMffWtf km M kiMki Â¬ Its thoro jot nt business to get uny rattlin timo thoy I dont know how tho ico cream but the supper didut amount to as much ns You too how it is All they expected tho woikrrs was grahhju for thonsclves au skinnin cveiybody they could for their own credit an they nil want to do everything bnt lie dirty work nn they wont speud a dollar to hev a couple o wimmin to nttend to tlio flro un wnsh the dishes for tho boiler hns to bo kep full au tlio tea au cuwfco hot Mies SaundorB sho undertook to niako tho cuwfco So sho tied up flvo pound o cawfeo in a meal jog an put it to soak in tho wash Loilur full o cold water an set it over on tho stovo to como to a scald An it tusted o the bap sniffed But Mrs Ferret contemptuously thoy continued sho loftily laws dout do nothin right iu tlio start I Theres no hoad au no maungemeut Now would yon bollove it thcro was no tongue nt the supper oxcept what wns wuggiu nn when it wns asked for everybody thoeght tomobody olsowas to hov broucht it un they didnt so what was oveiybcdys bnsiiiefswus nobodys busliiw nu thats how it wusl con- Â¬ cluded Mrs Fcrrot scornfully Thoy lied wmio quite nice things at the fancy table remarked Mrs Sharp but they was tco dear There wns oiio tidy thcro I would hoy bought though tho only lcusouable thing I saw It woe mudn o whito crape hand painted just elegnut I Thero was i bough with apple bWwwrua au two little birds settiu on to it close beside each other ns loyiu as you please an lookin down kind o seorufulliko nt another bird what was settiu all its lone on to the lower brunch nn eyin hem nwful joalous jtn iierit right along under the two top ones was Twos con puny and underneath the Ohit bottom one Threes a crowd was just too nutofor uuythingl And whuu I ast for it they said it whs sold Just my luck I I wai awful disappoint And Mm Sharp heaved an ample ed and regretful sign lilly Simper an Mamie Startup hed An the fancy table saya Mrs Ferret between you an we I dont tniuk tbew xe know Um two girl knows bean tfcftk toU Jm tftfcia wm alaajelite lumpi nn lKbcdys an oh laws what did hev to bo carol they mado out With n it was dark au thero warnt enough so 1 could seo nu beaf couslflernblo o what wns golu on i was at that en it too Of cpurso their table was decorated au theirselvrs ns much as they knowed how They hed mado n lot o pink pa per roses uu stuck cm in letters on n pieco o whito paper muslin stretched acrost tho topo tho pcles over tho tablo au this is what tho lctteriu was Como an buy Well sell you cheap I could seo tlio folks laughin laughed Mrs Ferret when thoy looked up but I dirlut know what it was nt till n bunch o young men camo along au Sally sho jumps up au begins to pin up somethiu au talk to Mnuiio nt a gieat rato nu emirkln au pretendiu she didut know they was there Come along snys ono o tho fellahs an Ill introduce you I dont want to bo sold cheap says tho fellah grluninau look in npnt tho pink roses Then tiicy all laughed whilo tho other one pulled him along by tho sleeve nn cays Allow mo to iutrodnco ry friend Mr Cad Voting ladies Mr Cad Miss Simper Mr Cad Miss Startup An Sally un Mnmio both stood tip us stiff as sawdust dolls an mado a bow with thoir oyos on tho ground nil tho timo nu says very prim Mis ter Cad happy to meet you An ho holds liis hat right iu front o his shirt buzzura nn bends liisself for all the world liko a barbers polo nu snys as sol emn as an undertaker eyin u corpse Miss Simper Miss Startup liappy to moct you It was for nil tho world liko play aotin I never seen such manuers An then thoy nil began gigglinan foolinan talkiu tho silliest stuff enungh to mako anybody sick An that Cud fellah waut So w hat docs ho do but cd to bo jokey takes up n Bible that was for salo nn opens it nt tlio first pngo o tho Palms au reads out loud Tho plaster of DaAnd Mrs Ferret looked tho very vid pictnro of disgust as sho slowly rockod herself back mid forth said I think its a great shamo nlr Mrs Sharp with nu npgrioved that they didut hev beuches for poo plo to sot dowu on I know lots o pco plo would hov staid longer cf theyd hed nnywheres to Bet I got n soat on n soap box au held on to it as long ns I Tho baby was that heavy I could couldnt keep lupgin him nround all tho oveniu I was settin near to whero they dished out the ico cream au thcro wns it gaug o boys stcod thero wntchin them real greedy nu overy timo thoir backs was turned they dipped thoir hands right into tho friczer au ct nil tho cream they wanted to an thcro wns nil colors o em Did you ever hear tell tho equal o that Thoyro dtcadful au no mistako nu I aint sorry assented Mrs Ferret tho wholothiug n over au douo with I went over this intiriiiu to holp them clenu up I took my own broom nn a basket for my ilit hcs that I loaned them It was n dirty job I toll yon banana skins nu peanut bhelis an oraugo peels au bits o cake scattered all over au Wo swep up but trod into tho floor theyro to hov it conplo o women thcro this nftcrnoon to tcrub I druw tho line at that My piety haint gouu that fur yet An Im real glad woro through with it I dont know whats in a church fair that stirs everybodys bilo up so Iteligiou nu flghtin seems logo together Neighbors that live peaceably all tho rest o tho year nro ut loggerheads just as booh ns it comes on fair time I dont kuow whether Ill go to church tomorrow or not Tho new minister hollors so Tho ho gives mo a pain iu my spiuo last oiin whispered eo you couldnt hear him nn this ouos bo bossy everythings thus nn so with him But then thems always somethiu tho matter with thorn So it might as well Lo ouo thing as another coucludtd Mrs Ferret with n sigh of pious resignation ns sho roso from her chair and tied on her Ruuboii sho added n9 sho Woll poodby net umblcd siduwUo down tho stoop steps Como nn tco me replied Mrs Sharp au I will Im roal glad you camo ovor Como again an I will nnswered Mrs Ferret you come nn boo mo Goodbyl M O McNeill iu Col Goodbyl liers Weekly Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Forcot Ills rarcol rather unique itistauco of nbsent uiiudeduess occurred tho other ovening on tho Jefferson nvenuo car lino Tho car was well filled with passen gers and as a stop was mado ut Mo Dougnll nvenuo n man stepped off tho back platform whoro ho had been stand Â¬ ing and tho car moved on Instantly a wild cry went up from tlio Into passenger which broadened into u howl of despair as the distance between him nnd tlio trolley car widen od As ho shrieked ho also ran and Tho conwuvid his hands frantically ductor seeing tho shadowy form in tlio dimness of tlio night nnd hearing tho unearthly cries pulled tho boll strap and thus induced tho motormau to halt which ho did with u jerk Tho man in pursuit camo within hailing distance What dyo wnnt shouted tho puncher of pasteboard I want tho lady iu there gnsped tho man swinging ids lint nt tho open car door Thouir having como to n dead standstill a woman arose de liberately walked cut of tho car nnd wns received by her breathless escort who bad so neatly left her to her fato of missing parcels Amid much laughter tho next man who left tho car iu company witli n lady insisted that sho walk in front of Do liiiu until safely on tho ground troit Nows Tribuuo A Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Practical Surveyor TKUMS REASON ABLE Address all communications to Clover put Ky For Family or Medical Use Pure YOU -W-A-IETT W jpple JJrandy BEST TRAINS TO Kansas City Montana Colorado Pacific Coast Utaii Washington Omaha t f i I make a specialty of Fine Apple Brandy guaranteed to be strictly unadulterated I use nothing but sound and ripe fruit My Brandy is all fermented in tubs not in cement cisterns so that mean disagreeable ilavor is not detected Desirous of introducing my goods will make special prices on one to tour gallon packages ne goods 200 per gallon and 07 goods Hi per trallon f o b All packages securely sealed and shipped on short notice C M SMITH Andyville Ky VVW St Paul Nebraska Black Hills VIA Health Depends Upon Your Teeth Being in Order Good W St Louis or Chicago VESTBULED TRAINS SLEEPERS DINING GARS CHAIR CARS F M RUGG TBAV In a lettr to tho manufacturers Mi ssts Davis Buzard of Wost Monterey Pa say Chamberlains Couuli Remedy lias cured peoplo whom our physicians We persuaded could do nothing for them to try a bottlo of it and they now For n coinmend it ns do tlio rest of us sale at 25 and 50 cents per bottlo by A R Fisher Druggist We fully realize your thoughts when the idea of having dental work done comes but nevertheless they must have attention and the sooner the better We are prepared to do your work with a guarantee to give satisfaction at exceedingly low prices We will be at Irvington on Wednesday and Thursday It is to your interest to consult us speraetes HARDIN WILDER Brandenburg Ky CONSULT TICKET AOENT OR PASSn AQENT ST LOUIS MO GOLDEN RULE Tobacco Warehouse W B TATE CO Main LOUISVILLE KY 1 riintornplila Ugiit A rcmarknbln kind of light for photo graphic purposes lSvjlescribed by O F Townsend uu English artist in Tlio Photograph a light of lOOcunrtlo pow- Â¬ er ho says for 10 cubio feet of gns Â¬ NERVE LIFE Independent THE Great RESTORER burned per hour and costing only 1 farthing noisoless powerful soft and nbsolutoly steady Tho efficiency of this now burner is duo to tho fact that tho gns and air aro mixed perfectly before reaching Iho flame and consequently tho combustion is perfect another important point being that tho gas mid air travel at tho samo rato so that thcro is no uoiso or flickering This desirablo end is uttaincd by causing tiio air and gas to pass through n spiral tubo or sories of tubes whence they ifsuo thoroughly mixed but it is essential to suo cess that tho tubes bo out to a particular pitch or anglo which the inventor lias determined As a protection against uny hazard the mixing tubes uro safeguard ed by wiro gauze though even without this tho quantity of air and gas actually mixed at ouo timo is declared to be too Tho air small to causo nn explosion necessary for combustion is supplied by n small injector workod by water pres sure For a largo installation u metal one is required but whero only n few lamps aro used a glass ono such as is commonly used in chemical laboratories is sufficient Tho cost of tho metal in jcotor reaches perhaps to 5 that of glass only a few shillings A fow feet of iron or composition piping as tho caso may bo is au additional small itom and tho oxpenso of tho power is insignificant Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WSLt yvsAvcx j l V-a f ri VUsP tr neaitn vigor ana manhoodiitid re moves all obsta les to marriage Rostoros the nervous entire a1vstem and stops all Ital losses Re moves effects of the sins of youth and ex Â¬ cesses of later years Romovos all effects of dissipation and repairs all waste places Cures Insomnia and testores refreshing sleep Cures Impotence nnd restores Â¬ Â¬ Restores parfect Southeast Got of Twelfth Selling Fee Reduced to 150 per hhd and per cent Commission Rockport Saw Works Repairs Sawslof All Kinds Particular attention given to repairing large Circular Saws Hammering and Straightening a Spdclalty Every Saw tested by steam Cures all wasting diseases and restores development to all parts of the body NERVE LIFE is Uie only purely scientific treatment and affords relief from tio first days use It removes the cause and assists nature to effect a cure Cures guaranteed Special discount to physicians Our new treatise on Nervous Diseases Manhood Ha Loss and Recovery mailed free in plain sealed wrapper for two 2 cent stamps Mention this paper Send 50c hill vital power uml BECwlittBlL JsSBPt l before it leaves the shop Every Saw warranted Workmanship the very beet Prices lower than any shop in America Mark your name on Saws and send a letter of advice as to repairs wanted THE ROCKPORT SAW WORKS ROOKFORT IND or Trial Treatment and be Convinced NERVE LIFE MEDICAL CO KALAMAZOO MICH Safety Comfort Lnills and Evansville Packet Line Vast Mall Lino Between J O DP OWIEJIiT WITH - TOBACCO - WAREHOUSE PICKETT C A Bridges Co oiias W G Many cases of Grippe havo lately been cured by One Minute Cough Cure Tiiis preparation seems especially adapt Â¬ ed to the cure of this disinse It nets quickly thus preventing serious com plirntlons nnd had eflVcts in which this discos often Itavts tho patient Short Hay new Louisville and Evansville STEAMERS bridges bridges A PROPIMETOHS Cor Eighth and Main Streets LOUISVILLE KY FOUR MONTHS STORAGE FREE E G RAGON F M Kyan Maiter V A BUhop Tuner f RATES Thtnot centrllg locattd HARD CIDER I L Tenny TAKASCON Maiter Ii T Conner - Purser A Drinker of The Beverage Trouble In H 11 TELL CITYBallard Maiter W B Newbell Tuner The Grandest Remedy Mr R B Greeve merchant of Chil Itowio Va certifies that lit had con Bumption wns given up to die pought all medical treatment that money could procure tritd all cough remedies lie could hear of hut got no relief spout many nights sitting up in a chair was induced to try Dr Kings New Discov ery nnd was cured by use of two botths For past three-- yenra has been attending to business and says Dr Kings New Discovery is the grandest remedy ever made as it has done so much for hint and also for others In his community Dr Kings New Discovery la guaranteed for Coughs Colds and Consumption It dont fail Trial bottle free at A It Fish ers Drug Store Â¬ Wkiistkb Citv Ia April 7 Phsl D STAGGS clans who are in attendance upon Alonri Pally except Saturday between LouIitWo Merehal of Maxwell gave out a Strang and Uew Amittrdam diagnosis of his case Freight ihlpped by tbti line delivered iolok Mr Merehal is thirty eight years o rail Before the prohibition law whs er than by age Traveler will find the iteameri are uiur effective in Iowa ho was a hard drinker pane4 in equipment and aeooinmodationi but after its enactment he stopped and Tho beat culinary ire employed as oooki and for several years he was a teetotaler he menu li eiual to that of the bet hotels Tnen he formed the hard cider habit General offices 17S a d 178 4th Avenue drinking fromn quart to two quarts ol Loulivllle W W HITK the manufactured htuffu day D L TENNY The doctms say a mother of vinegar Fret Supt has formed in hia stomach and a suridcal operation will be necessary to remove it DEATH OF GEORQE S WASFIELD P I J JOHNSON MANA4CR IP w w JOUISYILLE Ky -- u WheelTobaccoCo INCOUPOKATED Scott Jaoksoai Prayer Covjnotok April 3 This morning in cleaning out the cell formerly occupied by Scott Jackson during his stay in Cov- Â¬ ington Turnkey Maurer found tho following prayer In tho handwriting of the prisoner I JUchMt MaJTra Brth Moat compassionate Jmis Thou Aa the uncontrolled master of the alone art our salvation our life and our Russian treasury the oaar is the rieht resurrection Do not then forsake tia man on earth He rulea a greater extent we beaeeoh Thee In our trials and dis Â¬ of territory than auy other sovereign tress but through the agony of Thy sa No other court than nil sen anew cred heart and the sorrow of Thy I mm so tteh arohalo or modern aplendor Hie ulate mother oowa t the relief of ihy army i aolaally and hie navy U beeow whom Thou haet redeemed tog the hlggeet thot there Je Leedpa servant Hk Tny meet p reeieut bleed Â¬ Was Formerly a Prosperous Farmer rebates and big prices We charge less M0KKIS MKIDCII I JOLLY of Hardin County than ever before our regular fees have KX George 8 AVatflald sixty three years of age formerly a prosperous farmer and magistrate in Hardin county died Tues-Â¬ day Fetruary 0 at bis home 1120 Six Ho had been sick for teetith street some timo and suffered from apoplexy Mr WarHeld had been a reldeat of the city for several years He leaves a wife aou two nephews Mr Frank Warletd Paying Teller at the American NaUHl Hank and Mr Noble WarAald eaaley ed by Bathee A Castleasaa The tuaspal will aka alaoe to day a HanHa aoaaiy Cfcettiar Ship your tohacco to the Wheel Tobac-Â¬ co Co the only tobacco firm that is co- Â¬ operative Every one who ships us five hogsheads becomes a member of the company and shares In all future profits Dont be fooled by agents false promises BANK or HAEDnrsBiraa B WILI MILLSR M H BXAHD f DKARD Prtildat VlM FrMlawt CtsUsr SImsWh u Â¬ been reduced from fifty cents to one dol- Â¬ lar per hogshead to suit the low prices now being paid You will get the best attention every hogshead is handled with the greatest care and no rejection ualesu actually necessary We will re salt by sbeok or registered letter Oftee and sales reota South east corner ef Mala asd strots Louisville Ky Mark yowr bogshsads INTEKIWAM N THfC KPfttTS J C BUSH D BkH ps a4 u 1h WHIRL TOIAOOO Jawaal OO WMWtUOJSaWy WUWVILUsVJCi DMiMry l M Us S4ftbi Mm bm4 skillful tH spwittoM pwfra4 at frit to salt MmsIsms mhmt JM4 Werk liiUsHy Cfewa a MtaMto rMiWTtly WUaost Tssm Isleirt Wsylsls slssntl Wissii Tk K iss swiksta ljj apr t 1 y v Mil THR BREGKRNRIDGR NKWS GLOYRRPORT KY Breckenridge 7m D News 1897 HARDINSBURG L H 4V 0 SagUgt Edlton aad Pr cptlttxt WEDNESDAY AlIUL II EIGHT PAGES NOTICE Ilate Tor announcement In these column are follows Cash In advance In every rase ooo Circuit Judge or Attorney S County Offices CIRCUIT JUDGE soma Tin Ptiienger Dally arr llardlnihurtilll pm aotxa TiSO am Paiitnger Dally arr Uardlniburf Mifs BtBile Hamblcton returned home 4 W TIME TABLE now deceased a committee Moorman was appointed to investigate tho samp The committee rejected the bill and an appeal was taken to the curcuit court County Commissioner aud Receiver Morris Eskrldge Mod his report show ing that he had received and paid out since tho last term about 800 The following parties were exonerated from paying poll tax In the future viz Mlcajah P Pool Abraham Johnson Elijah Kirtley Harrison Tucker Ellali J Blissett Wm C Brldwell It Is ordered by the court that the Breckenridge Company Limited bo ex- Â¬ onerated from paying tax on 3076 worth of property Mrs Dr Kennedy on 1 800 Mrs W G Smart on 1500 and Reuben Reynolds on 1203 which was unjustly assessed for the year 18CU Aud Tom Blaln from paying tax on 030 for tho year 1893 and 840 for the year 1800 and Mrs Sarah McGary on 1080 for the year 1800 also the same amount in tho R R tax district AdkUson Bro on 110 and Clint Adklsson on 3 32 erroneously assessed In tho tax district for 1800 Mrs Mary J Miller Adrar on 525 wrongfully listed for tho year Â¬ BRANDENBURG Mtfs Hallle Dowdy will return this week from Louisville MIbs Cora Trotter of Mnuckporl is tho guest of Mrs Chas Coleman hit I am a candidate for re election at Circuit Judee of the 9th Judicial Districts subject to the action of I recognise the Chicago the Democratic partr Platform of 1896 as the true eaponen of Democratic T KMjHEATH principle January tst 1897 COMMONWEALTHS ATTOHNEY the office of of the 9th Judicial DIs Commonwealth Attorney Irict ol Kentucky subject to the action of the WKED SC1IKLF Democratic party lam a candidate for re election to IOK SKNATOIt are authorized to announce BL1SHA ASH a a candidate for the State Senate subject to the action ot the Democratic paiy WS To The Voters of The Ninth Judicial strict Di- Â¬ Heinz urged by my friends nil oer the district vho believe I was fairly nominated in 180 I again announce myself as a candidate for Circuit Judge and ask your suppott I cannot juit now male a more formal announcement aa I with first to get the Democratic committee to strike out of the call conditions Imposed on our gallant friends outside of the Democratic partr ho voted for W J llryan JAMKS MONTGOMERY Boss Hanna Las been forced to admit that the Frankfort crowd is a little too tough for him of acres of land are under water in Daviess county duo to heavy rains this season It is reported that hundreds last Sunday Born to the wife of D F Barnes April I a girl Owen Cunningham went to Stephens- port last Saturday Dont forget the excursion to Louis ville Saturday April 24 Mips Eva Cashman of Union Star is visiting Mrs Cunuingbara N Marvin Beard returned to school at Nashville Tenn last week Mr M P Payne of Bewleyvllle was visiting here last Saturday You can get two cans of tomatoes Polks best for 16c at Dellaven Cos Go to Dellaven A Cos and get two cans of tomatoes for 16c beforo they are all rushed out Coleman Haswell and Kobt McGuflln went to Garfield last Sunday to organize a Sunday School Mrs R S Skillman organized a Juvl- nlle Missionary Society in tho Baptist church last week The law suit between Robert Spencer and John P Tucker was compromised and settled last week Mrs Frank Haswell and her children who have been visiting in Daviess coun ty returned home last week A new and complete stock of ladies hats trimmed in the latest style just re ceived by Mrs S E Whitworth Gar Â¬ field Sunday school was commenctd at the Catholic church last Fnntlay Mrs II A Young of Louisville is with Mrs Blanche Fontaine Mrs Jesse Malin has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs Jesse Herndon Miss Minnie Bland spont Saturday and Sunday with Miss Florence Atiilenon O M Nfivl tt teacher of special branches at Ellendale College will spend Easter at homo L Ii Lewis lias returned from New York whero he has been for Beveral tnontliB Mrs Bert Moremen was well enough last Sunday to spend the day with Mrs G Moremen Madame Rumor says we are to have a new hotel and a now drug store erected in the near future Mrs Chas Coleman entertained the A large Mite last Saturday night crowd and a fino time The death of the late Prof Drumraond was a great loss to the world especially tho spiritual part of it Mrs Wm Rhodes is improving very much and we all hope she will soon be entirely restored to health 1 recognize very plainly the hand that wields the pen from Ekron her letters are always newsy and breezy Bro Pate aud Bro Jenkins both preached last Sunday morning and night Bro Patu has been on theBick list Rob McGregor an interesting serial story in these columns was concluded last week Get ready for the next Ed F Alexander has bought the Nev itt property on East Hill George Fry mire has taken the houso vacated by Ed One baby in the trio last week was given a wrong name It should have been Lewis L Moremen his mother neo Richardson Mr James Montgomery will find it rather steep going up the hill for honors against tho regular Democratic nominee for Circuit Judge Main street was a busy thoroughfare last Saturday The millinery store was headquarters for the ladies viewing the novelties in styles Quite a delegation will go from hero next Saturday to the Association at Big Spring A good many will icmaln over and attend church next day at St Ma- Â¬ rtins Mrs Gough has been a sufferer all winter and spring from neuralgia and rheumatism but her hands have not been Idle she has executed somo beautiful fancy work of exquisite design The Ladles Aid will raeet this afternoon Monday with Mg G II Cas perke This society hairaone a noble work Women are at tho helm in Chris Â¬ tian movements throughout the world Prosperity is abroad to some extent here in the building line The mill ia looming up Mr McMoniglo is building Uncle Wash Cross g a cottage near by of color is having a dwelling erected He has gotten his pension and his young wife is glad she stuck Mr and Mrs W T Grinnell heard Miss Yaw the vocalist of high octave range Mrs Grinnell was charmed with her voice and the accompaniment Wil- Â¬ lie prefers sweet simple ballads so when for an encore she rendered Old Ken tucky Home he with the house came Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ See that it is there This is the trade mat fc which is on the wrapper salmon-co- l ored of every bottle of the gen OUR MOTTO QUICK SALES and SMALL PROFITS Ml I lERtl MILLINERY nt prices The Largest Stock ever brought to this county which will surprise you all Just think of it 5Qtr At nolnc SCOTTS EMULSION 1 TRIMMED HATS FROM 25c UP to nny price you may wish to pay - Ml Km Be sure this Is on the package and that nothing else is palmed off on LOVELY FLOWERS BEAUTIFUL FOLIAGE LATES - - J 1895 Ro8co Eskrldge and H A Walker who were appointed a committeo to re- Â¬ port upon a site for a bridge across Tar you when you ask for it Nothing has been made that equals it to give strength and solid flesh to those who are run down or emaciated Your doctor will tell you that it is the one food for all those whose weight is below the standard of health Put up in 50 cts and and soli by all druggists SCOTT BOWNE r SHAPES AND SHADING is DAINTY ENOUGH TO PLEASE A QUEEN Another thing we wish to impress upon your mind largest stock of we enrry the 1X0 sizes Wk understand that an invitation will be extended to Dr Brings of Owensboro to deliver the address to tho graduating class here in June The members of the Democratic County Committee have given notice that they will meet in a few weeks and elect a new chairman Â¬ Chicago Cincinnati Cloveland and Canton all turned up with Democratic Mayors last week St Louis elected a Republican Mayor and Evansvillo went Democratic 1itor John Hagan ditd last week at the home of his daughter in Arkansas Mr Hagan will be remembered by some of the older inhabitants of Cloverport he having taught school here during the war The Board of Public works of Louis ville has awarded the contract for the new asphalt streets of that city to tho Breckenridge Asphalt Company These asphalt mines are situated near Garfield and this is a sure indication that they will bo opened up at once where em- Â¬ ployment will be given to a good many men Out in Kansas the other day there was an auction sale of young girls to the highest bidder The best and prettiest one and the belle of tho town only brought ninety cents Others went as low as fifteen cents Nothing like this has ever occurred in Kentucky but if it ever does well bet that no Kansas dude could get one of em for fifteen cents Tub Paducah News is authority for tho statement that there is still much dissat- Â¬ isfaction about the condition of affairs at the Eddy ville prison Warden Happy is in Washington seeking the appointment of some of his friends to office and de- Â¬ puty AVarden Beard is on the sick list Four of the principal guardsare at Frank fort trying to elect a United States Sena- Â¬ tor all of which is variously commented upon says one by one the pie hunters are leaving Washington for A coRitKSPONDKNT home disgruntled and disgusted They are out of pocket railroad tares and hotel bills Only when they are flatly told at the White House that there is no use in staying do they realize that President McKinley meant what he said when ho authorized the message that no pie would be distributed to Kentuckiana until that Senator was elected There is a strong indication that times will improve in this county There are several public works soon to open up that will scatter a good deal of money and give employment to a good many men We understand the Acme Brick Company which has its plant in this eity is endeavoring to ro organize and start to running again The Cincinnati Cooperage Company lias bought several large tracts of timber and propose to work it all up as soon as the weather will permit The asphalt mines near Garfield will also open up in a Bhorttime and there is no reason why money should not begin to move at least among the working classes Col Watterson says that the Republi Â¬ can party in Kentucky is going to pieces This is true and it deserves to go to No party has been guilty of so pieces many blunders in so short a time and has done as littlo to commend it to the public as has the Republican party during its lease of power in this State But what is to be done when another state election rolls around The able editor of the Courier Journal doesnt suggest He is or should be as much interested in good State government of public affairs as anybody yet the Courier Journal of which he is the head and forefront as Â¬ sisted the Republican party to get just where It Is to day The Democrats of Kentucky think strange ot this Tney will think still leas of the Courier-Jour-bif it doesnt make some concessions mad meet a divided party somewhere on comprosaWsg ground Â¬ 1 Charley Mattingly has been confined He is a mem- Â¬ to his bed the past week ber of the Fiscal Court but owing to illness was unable to attend B F Beard returned from Florida last week He is not entirely well but his health is very much improved He is able to be at his business Web Basham living near Mt Zion met with a yery severe accident one day A tree limb fell on him last week mashing his skull and otherwise injur- Â¬ ing him My prices on millinery goods of all discriptlons I guarantee to be as low as Give me a any other in the market call and look at my styles before pur- Â¬ chasing elsewhere Mrs S E Whit- Â¬ worth Garfield Mrs S E Whitworth of Garfield has just returned from Louisville with her new stock of spring millinery She has been in the business some time and knows just what her customers need in the millinery line Thos O Donahue was in from Kirk last Saturday and renewed his subscript- Â¬ He says he is over ion to the News two thirds done breaking corn ground hut there are a great many in his locality who are not more than half done Thomas Sweeney returned last Satur Â¬ day after an absence of about three years He has been down in the West He was in about one India Islands days travel of the Spanish Cuban war but says he didnt care to get into it The Cincinnati Cooperage Company liaye leased five acres of ground from Mr Watlington near the depot and pro- Â¬ pose to work up the big body of timber they bought in Wagoners Bottom The lease runs for five years and is said they Old will open a pretty big concern Hardinsburg is not dead yet I reckon The best results from farming are ob- Â¬ tained from using fertilizers We han Â¬ dle the Homestead Square Bone Beef They are the best Blood and Bone fertilizers made and we sell them at rock bottom prices The Empire Corn Drill aud Weber farm wagon for sale Co also Dellaven The Methodist District conference which convenes here the fourth week in May is being looked forward to with a great deal of interest The women are already beginning to clean house and fix things for the occasion The confer- Â¬ ence will not continue over two or three days but a good many visitors are looked for Bishop Wilson will preside aud the people always love to Bee and hear a Bishop Bishop Wilson is regard- Â¬ ed as one of the finest orators in the church South All the parties implicated in the mur- Â¬ der of Sam Owen colored at Glendeane last November are now in jail Peyton Spencer and Crit Spencer were captured and brought here last week They are the two principal actors in the tragedy Robert Spencer shot the old man and Crit hit him with a pair of knucks be Â¬ fore he fell They made their escape immediately and have been at large over since Thoy have been indicted for murder and will be tried at the May term of court A Court of Appeals Decision that knocks out County Local Option The Court of Appeals In a recent case that went up from Scott county on the Local Option question has deceided that where the whole county goes for Local Option and a city or town in the county goes against it Local Option cannot pre- Â¬ vail The text of the decision is as fol Â¬ lows Where the county court pursu Â¬ ant to an application and petition filed by tho requisite number of voters In a county ordered an election to be hold in the county to determine the question whether liquor should be sold therein and for the same day ordered a similar election to be held in a city situated in the county pursuant to application and petition by a requisite number of voters of the city and the result was against the sale in the county but for the sale in the city the right to sell barter or loan splritous vinous or malt liquors in the city under license exists and is not effected by the result of the election in the county Â¬ Fork creek made their report which was favorable to the construction of said bridge This day came W E Dockery assessor and presented a claim of 33 for making the tax book for the rail road tax district and the same was rt jcUd An appeal was taken on said claim to the Circuit Court County Attorney R N Miller pre Whereas it apsented tho following pearing that there are tax payers of this county who systematically avoid paying their legal taxes and whereas by the conduct of the tax payers tho state and county are defrauded to a great amount of money by being unable to collect their revenue and whereas by said bj stem the honest tax payers are compelled to pay more than their Jutt proportion it is resolved that the Audi- Â¬ tor of State be requested to appoint Jesse R Eskrldge as his agent in this county to collect these back taxes and to do all other acts compatible with the office of Auditors agent George darned and others presented a petition asking for a bridge on the public road leading from Custer to Rosetta across Sinking Creek Bion Jolly C O Carman and John II But- Â¬ ler were appointed a committee to investigate the matter It is ordered by the court that the claim of Richard Penick of 8 allowed on a former day of the term bo recon- Â¬ sidered and held for naught and that said Penick be allowed the sum of 1 for putting up four finger boards It is ordered by tho court that tho County Judge Poor house keeper and Poor liouso commissioner make such im- Â¬ provements on the poor house as is in their judgement advisable It is ordered by the court that the sheriff be and bo is hereby allowed to retain in his hands a delinquent list to the amount of 2150 and he shall have credit by said amount in his settlement for the county levy for the year 1800 Resolved that it is the sense of this court that the sheriff should be prepared to make a partial settlement for the county levy of 1897 at the next October term of this court and a final settlement in April 1808 and that he should also be prepared to return a delinquent list then Judge Wm Ahl was appointed an agent to either sell or rent the old jail property It is ordered by the court that Lewis Pool colored be exonerated Irom work- Â¬ ing on the roads in the future It Is ordered by the court that R N Miller be appointed a commissioner who with the assistance of R N Hudson shall determine the amount of till nec- Â¬ essary to be made at Caney creek bridge and shall let the work to the low st and best bidder It is ordered by the court that R N Miller be appointed a commissioner to advertise for bids for tho erection of a wooden bridge across Tar Fork creek near Piegah church It is ordered by the court that there be and is hereby imposed a levy upon all property in this count suject to taxation for the year 1897 as follows For the support maintenance and medical attention to paupers lha sum of six cents on each 100 worth of property For bridges roads and current exponses of the county including the salaries of ofiicers the sum of 8 cts For a sinking fund to pay the bonded indebtedness of the county six cents There is also levied a poll tax of 1 50 cents on each male citizen which is ordered to be paid into the bridge road and expense fund which fund includes tho salurles of offiÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ New York Laces and Embroidery With Edgings and Insertion To Match We Want Your Trade You Need Our Goods We Know wc can save you money Highest market price paid for 50000 pounds of wool Bring us your Chickens Eggs Butter and all kinds of produce We pay you all there is in it and sell our goods in exchange at cash prices Our GRENADINE and LACE Not to be duplicated in the county STRIPE ORGANDIES and DIMITIES all are matched in Tho next appointment wai made for Mrs O S GrinnelPs the Friday after the color with Underlinings and Ribbons firet Sunday in May when there will bo some special music and reading I S Richardson has arrived from Cin- Â¬ cinnati with the nobbiest most stylish lot of goods ever brought to Branden- Â¬ burg The styles are all of the very lat Â¬ est in dress goods and trimming Mens and boys clothing are up to date in Btyle and texture to please the most particular dude tho most plainest man or the Many entirely new novelties in swell Elegant show cases show windows Mirrois to view ones self full length to test a fit Boots and sloes of all grades and prices Fancy ties of latest design and color In fact everything to please tho eyo with prices to please tho pocket Como and Inspect Mr Richard Â¬ book sons stock I have been through and am delighted to see such a stock ol goods in our town Accommodating clerks and Mr Richardson tho Prince of At your ssryico ladies gentleman boys girls Come one Come all by Mrs Lynn Home Happiness Linton has become obsolete was an excellent article which appeared in last is- Â¬ sue of this paper She urges that girls should seek and find happiness at home She gives the new woman a passing brush with her wings and thinks she could find more womanly employment closer to home Let tho New Woman alone she is performing her part and she is doing much good in her lino of work We of the old regime do not coincide exactly but theres another path a dif-Â¬ ferent avenue for contrary views All women cannot be wives mothers All women cannot reign at home admitting it to be womans proper sphere If her tastes and inclinations carry her Into op- Â¬ posite channels dont call a checkmate but bid her God speed in any work in which her heart and soul are engaged and in which alio Is enthused Let her into the arena of politics if she can reform and purify she has so far purified every at- Â¬ mosphere into which Bhe has been adSomo fine natures can touch mitted pitch and come out unsullied Let her come in contact right now with pitch if there is the slightest chance of bringing about a reformation a speedy revolution Â¬ Â¬ ADDISON people of the community will take hold of it and assist iu the work It is undenominational so that all christians may feel free to take a part Come and join us IltOGIUM FOR EASTER Voluntary Invocation Retponslve reading and song BXERCI8KS School DICK AddISoEL IK- - Pastor School EfsayEaiter Solo Sang Dainty Illossm Miss Sallle Henry Little Mable McGlcthlin Intermrdlae classes- - Primary class Ola Smith and prlmirles Solo and chorui Miss Mcllii Lytns ltecitaton Duet Misses Lulu Drake and Ada Smith Girls Intermediate class rtecitawn Quartette Calm on The Morn Little Itobert Lyons Recitation All thorhldrei Icnny aong Closing song Benediction Itecitatiom Pure 9 Drugs - Dont allow the lungs to be impaired by the continuation of a cough It is easier to prevent consumption than to cure it One Minute Dough Cure taken early will ward off any fatal lung trou- Â¬ ble Short Haynes if WEBSTER Several lots sold here last week Our town has a prospective boom George Comptou of Sample was here Sunday Eggs never under 7 cents per dozen at Jeffries A new fence is being built around our church 20 lbs standard granulated sugar 1 at Jefferles B F Fayne and wife were in Louisville last week Will Beauchamp of Hardinsburg was here Sunday Seven packages any brand coffee OS cents at Jefferietj Deputy Sheriff Garduer was hero on business Saturday Mrs Lydla Bandy Irviogton attend Â¬ ed church here Sunday Sashman Jordan is building a black Â¬ smith shop on First street Joe Jeflerics will move into the Mike Matheny property this week MIsa Ella Kurtz went to Oivensboro Tuesday for a several days visit The croaker hates prosperity wore than the devil hates holy water Mrs Jesse Malln Vine Grove visited her sister Mrs Jesse Herndon lat Â¬ Prescription y- down Along with holy thoughts for Good Friday and Easter Sunday thoughts of new spring bonnets and stylish attire will creep into womans brain Alas for self control the first product of Bible 1 IRVINGTON - influence From Genesis to Revelation the Bible teaches nothing if not and sacrifice I have received the card of Mr and Mrs Robert L Nail of Evanaville announcing quite artistically the advent of Baby Adrian Hastings April 7 Mrs Nail was Miss Fannie Mattingly of Meade county and a dearly beloved pupil of mine at Garrett May baby Adrain be as lovely in character The eyes of all the christian world are turned towards Easter The onward sweep of centuries leaves untouched tho commanding power of passion Though He was crucified no man took away Ills life He only layed it down He did the will of his Father Tho atonemeut was complete and we have exceeding Â¬ cause to rejoico Who In the garden aecr tly And on the Cross on Ilgh Should teach Ilia brtthren and Insjlre To tuflerand to die cers Spring Requires viscAi Bowel With CiucareU Crul Cutbartte cure conatlpatloo forever 5 WcSc If fall drewUM refund money- court raocjuoitias 100 for maisUiaing Annie KJarate Toar Theeklmol Riehard Burdeit being - 00 pretested for That the impurities which have accumu- Â¬ lated in your blood during the winttr and thoroughly ex- Â¬ shall bo prompt pelled if good health is expected When the warmer weather comes these impur Â¬ ities are liable to manifest themselves in various ways and often lead to serious Unless the blood is rich and illness pure that tired feeling will sllllct you your appetite will fall and you will find Hoods Sarsa yourself all run down parllla tones and strengthens the system drives out all impurities and makes pure rich healthy blood Hoods Sarsaparllla The Womans Missionary Society held is the one true blood purifier and the a most interesting meeting last Friday at Be sure to get Mrs H C Matins who is President best spring medicine only Hoods Mrs G II Casperke Sec Miss Pearle Rev Donald Grant had a large con Ditto Treas Mrs W F Grinnell was gregatlon out to hear him Sunday on the on for reading in her absence Miss His sermon in full apÂ¬ Pearle Ditto read an interesting leaflet open saloon bearing on foreign missions It was de- Â¬ pears on our sixth page cided to hold Easter exercises at the Everybody Baya So Methodist church Sunday night in con Â¬ Cascareta Candy tetliartlc the most won Â¬ junction with the Epworth League Mrs derful medical oTecovcrrof the ape pleas Â¬ ant and refreshing to tao taste act gently D W Lewis Mrs 0 S Grinnell MIm and positively on klduoyi liver and bowel Pearle Ditto were appointed as a com cleansing the entire system dlipal ooldt cure lieadaette fever habitual cooitipaUea aaittee to armnge progress This little and bUtousaeM Please buy aad try box bead Is gfowisg steadily and the or UCChHayB6Q bents tMae4 neeUngt grow m well in latere guaranteed to euro by all druggists Mr Editor did that compliment by the Pennyrile Representative at Frankfort Stick to the turn your head away Nens my friend dont be beguiled by wary politicians into the maelstrom Well heres another compliment and for the News this time Forseveral months Ive sent it to quito a talented literary friend Tho last issue was forwarded which elicited this encomium The News has improved immensely I en- Â¬ joy it very much and it is a great credit to Breckenridge county Send mo regu- Â¬ larly and mark your favorite thoughts Now il these two puffs are too much coming so close together ask your wife to bandago your head Excursion to Louisville April 24 1 round trip Chas Rdruan ha gono home for a few days visit Mies Shrewsberry is the guest of Dr Bowley and wife Mrs John Nevitt came home from Louisville Saturday Drs Hardin and Wilder dentists will be in Irviogton April 21 and 22 Thero will bo choir practice at the M E church Wednesday at 4 oclock The Bay View has changed tho meet ings from Saturday to Friday afternoon Mis John R Wimp and daughter spent a few days in Brandenburg last wejk Nick Netherton night operator has goue to his home near Lrltchfiold to see his sister who Is quite ill Mrs Harry Major and childron went back to their homo in the city Saturday after a pleasaut visit to her father and mother Mr aud Mrs R B McGlotblan have moved back to the farm Weaio sorry to see them go but hopo for a perma Â¬ nent return in tho future Mrs Richard Bandy Annie Lee and Nellie Bandy Charlie Marshall aud Clarence Board of this place attended church at Webster Sunday There will be Eervlces at tho Method Â¬ ist church next Saturday evening Sun Â¬ day morning and evening Bro Pate pastor iu charge will preach rjsThe marriage of Miss Lucy Frank to Mr D O Heron is announced for the Uthof May It will bo solemnized in tho Baptist church at 7 30 p m Rev Smith has changed his afternoon services to evening This gives oppor-Â¬ tunity for all who wish to attend the different religious exercises on Sunday to do BO There will be an Easter exercise at the Methodist church next Sunday after Â¬ noon consisting of music responsive reading recitations etc Everybody is cordially invited to attend There lias been a Christian Endeavor organised A good membership was enrolled aad more names are added at each meeting The following are the officers for the flrat six months Mrs A B Coleman Mrs Frank President Viee PmUteat Mr Redman Secretary two eowbiaed K M Jolly Treasurer Tulekageedawve and we hope the Â¬ Accurately CompouDiled 1M SiO - t J A Hardinsburg Ky y WITT NOTICE All prions hjlng claims a uint the estate of Remus G Whlttinghill deceased are hereby noil produce ndortobefore the itme before mc pronerly proven on be flrit day of August 1897 Ailkn Uukton Admr T O Asltina Vy week believe T G Jordan ia the largest man in the county He tips the beam Ve at 955 lbs Soveral tracts of timber have been sold recently in this community thus insuring work for a number of hands J P Stewart succeeded in trading the old Coleman tract of land near here to a Louisville man for 1500 laU week B A Parks breeder of fine hogs was here Saturday Mr Parks has by pur Â¬ chase recently made some valuable acquisitions to his herds The condition of wlioat grass clover etc was porhaps never better at this season of the year throughout this section of the couuty than at present A parrot may boldly perch himself up and claim to be a Democrat or a Repub Â¬ lican but will you designate him execu Â¬ tor In your will because he has made -- M0TI0E All persons having dalraa against the esut of OUTge M Younger deceased are hereby notified to produce the amo properly proven on or beforo the 1st day ofjune 1807 CjAKnoa Admr Jn NOTICE TleBnnul meeting rftha mac ill older a of the iold 1orlune Gat and Mineral Co Ut tluioluVectois lor the twyjflg year will thlre balhetd at the llrtknrlga cVaak on Iwlurday iWiorh day of April at j p 1 this claim FNDUUYrWJM 0 SALS Mme The people of this community regret eif much to give up L M Matheny ana jamuy wno move to Louisville this week Generous to a fault whole bouI ed big hearted Mlkehis place will never be filled by another Wont Tobacco bH aad bowk Your life Awaj To quit tobaooo n anlly ana forever b um tie full of llf serve and vigor Uk WTto Bm the wnadr worltr tbat bmIw km HAM AH druwIataWoorW OaNWiu BaoktM ud it fm- - AM fttwUag MaMoy 0 or Mw Ye barreleaf si sated will lie told at a Wwh ou Hetefvar WweU LUe Cowfwny VO x SteyUnspart BAHHACIK Xy riiif -- M YMMrPtoH SlrpWHKHt sWitrttav Sa uuTu Tawre truly KyU V youl rfUHevery T MID iUnt T 9 HofwTwder aa wk Ohls u niiinsali lttWMaVttjev M iiai iwm a I0TICI oil vsMM K Pile verisLl a -- Man oYOaVMMAU- TfT - At THEL BREIOKELNRIDQR NH1WS OJUOVE1RPORT Awarded Hlglicst KLY HonorsWorlds Pair DEL- - Bk bD 2 BTTPq HH API Y MH vkLt CREAM 4tKwa 3IAv 1 Light foot Dr S B Adklsson has secured thn Easter hats Miller All great men rise from small begin Â¬ contract to carry the mall from thn post ofllce to the depot nings Eggs for setting from Plymouth rock Get your Easier Btraw hat from Cornleh Indian Game and WhltH Fraf O W Short Tliu very latest in straw hats at horns Rhv a G Shelly Is beginning Hip Frnlzas annual subscription for missionary hii Easter rjrg dys easy to handle confi r Mictt collections Suls irs Tim prayir nici tlng will bo In th Sen our Eafcter display of ncfkwear Int r fit of uihsloiiHat the Baptlfil climcli Sujsirs Ig town Inst Friday to s o her daughter Mrs Gofer who at throat trouble Mrs J 11 Bishop Mrs Kato Norton Mrs J L Bishop Boot Starks and family were giirsis Mondnv of Mrs Mollle Itrnwn Oi tin fo diiH rainy llmr It in n hard lustier to untlicr new rniiHcqiient ly our Ii ttcr looks in If it h ul It en nip ied hy tlm frost 1 Tuffs Pills Cure All Liver Ills better than cure Tutts Liver Pills will not only cure but if taken in time will prevent dyspepsia biliousness malaria constipation jaundice torpid liver and kindred diseases Of EASTER GREETINGS Prevention r rv - Shoes havo you teen our display Sulzers Fra Zis spring lino of straw hats are In Sio them How about a nlco drets skirt for Easier Sulzers MOST PERFECT MADE Come and see our line of straw matK pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder Free from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant ting Suzsrs Hair Brushes clothes brushes combs 40 Years the Standard etc at Babbages Southern vegetables for eastir dinners Breckenridge News Sunday Sulzers WBISFfrDAY APRIL 14 1897 Dont miss it come and see our Eas Â¬ ter display Sulzers LOCAL BREVITIES Two rooms and a kitchen for rent ap ply to Win Kingsbury Next Sunday will be Easter The most fastidious person ra t be suited at Miller Lightfoots New wall paper at T F Sawyers Have you purchased your Easter hat Pure crob cider at Rledel Cos If not sie Miller Lightfoot jntir Una nt wall minor at llahliflcrAfl April IS to the wife of Frank Thos Bolder went to Louisyllle SunHf B Bcavin a fine bouncing bjy day The Cloverport chickens cleaned up Three nlto rooms to rent apply at this every thing at Derby last Tuesday ofllce Has it ever occurred to you 7 Why a James Hnmbleton viout to Holt yes Â¬ stick of candy is like a race horse terday The Cloverport Royal Arch Chapter Lace curtains 25 centaa pair Home No V9 will meet next Friday night Laundry Sodding times have come What is All periodicals for April have arrived more beautiful than a well kept ya d Babbags Our grocery department the place to Good wall paper 2J cents single roll find good eatlnRS for Easter SulzVs TF Sawyer Send in your order for Easter eggs Something new iu randy at J II either colored or uncolored Suzers Kiedels A Cos 0 L Hawkins of Hardlusburg was in The weather so far in this month has been more penetrating than in lost the city Saturday month famous show will be at Wallacos Dicks Addison Red At Addison Owensboro May 1 and whito kidney beans at 120 per Pauls writing fluid the greatest ink of bushel the fge Haulages Charlie Moorman has resumed his po- Â¬ O W Short is hauling the brick for sition at the shops as assistant book- Â¬ his new store house keeper J P Ditzenbach and sin LouIp went Ladles call this week and see our disÂ¬ to Louisville Sunday Closing out our stock of furnishing play of dress goods for early spring wear POWDER Mi tonight Everjbxly coiiip R v S K Brieding and daughtir- Miraes Mittle and Julia llardiuslmrg were guests of Rev 8 G Shelly Mon- Â¬ day Miss Annie Btemer of MoslHyvllle She wants an certainly bos courage appointment to carry the mall on one of the star routes in this state M V Marlow buyer for the Cincin nati Cooperrgo Co has purchased in the last vek for tho company enough timber to make over 800000 staves Ky O O Moorman of St Johns spent several days last week with hie little daughter Pauline who is Btajitiy with her grand motherMrs J E Keith M V Marlow buyer for the Cii cin nati Cooperage Co but who is the owner of a good farm near Patesville had four sheep killed by doAs Saturday night Miss Jennie Calloway went to L tuii vilio Monday to purchase her spring stock of millinery She will show the people of this city something nobby in that line Nfxt Sunday will be Missionary Day Will in the Methodist Sunday School parents and membets of the congregation help the school to raleo a good collection Â¬ cut ifnln Kitii It II nnd Willi- - It d their friends Saturday night with n uit a crowd was present ami dance report h j lly tlmo Dr Wat field rrcelvid n letter last week from Louisville announcing the dt ath of his brother George The cause of his death was apoplexy and died in twenty mlnuti s The constant wall of tho lions wife is heard In Ekron from morn till night f1i csnt put in her garden or do her spring eh aulngon account of the continued cool weather and ruin The Mormon preachers left last Mon Â¬ day for Cold Sprlnr in the lower part of the county They were here only a fw da s but caused mora contention than tlm late political contest Mrs S J Brown returned Saturday night from the city Tho pprins hata are perfect dreams and when the belles start our Easter Similar with their new lints their beaux will think they have a fbwer garden in full bloom on their heads Sundays Courier Journal contained a cut if Denmark Jr the famous cad die horse purchased for Pres McKitiley The rut represents him to he a fine specimen of horse flesh such as Old Kentucky Is capable of turning out aud fit for a President or King to mount Â¬ Â¬ Sick Headache THIS YEAR ARE ACCOMPANIED BY SHOWERS OF NEW NOVELTIES FRESH FROM THE LOOMS IT IS A PLEASURE TO SEE THE LADIES Muss ameng the New Dress Stuffs Its their privilege to tumble them about nnd wc enjoy seeing tlieni do it Wc invite c ery lady to come in and do the same Dainty Gems of the Loom exceeding all previous selections The prices on them will make them go fast Come and see Â¬ Â¬ TUTTS Liver PELLS ABSOLUTELY CUKE Walker Hoard nnd son Norris went to Saturday returning Sunday night Knox Hardin of Hardins Mill spent a few days last week with relatlv s at tliis place Jesse E Weatherholt of Hancock county was the guest of Miss 7 ila Furrow Sunday County Treasurer L L Mitchell and assistant Mr of CanneltonPerry county Ind were In the Bottom Sun day It seems like the low prici s now paid for tobacco have nouffict on tho farmct for a larger crop than iipuiI will be In this section the present season Col J D Powers Owensboro was here on business last Moidty He his lately sold his farm at this place to a Mr Osborne of On entboro who will move on it in a few days There is a movement on foot todivido the Bottom into two schol districts wi h tho upper school house at Addisor There Is also some talk of a church bell g built at that place soon Mr and Mrs Phllo Dullaven ao broke up housekeeping in Owensboro aud will move to this place as soon as his time expires in the revenue service Mrs Dellaven is staying with her aunt Mrs A J Gross for the present Jos P Minor sold his farm laH week to County Treasurer Mitchell of Can nelton Perry county Ind for SliCoO aud Mr Minor throws in his interest in the wheat crop some thirty or forty head of hog farming implements kc Mr Seaton who had rented the farm for two years of Mr Minor will take charge of it for Mr Mitchell on about the same terms Mr Mitchells busln BS being such that he cannot take charge for some time Louisville NEXT SUNDAY lYM You will want to come out in u new spring suit sec our line Then how about a new neck tic or a new bat either in wool or straw Lght easy- luuiuig oxiuijo in mu viiucoiaiu or uiucks at prices that will make you want a pair In all our departments you will find us ready for Spring wear If you are looking for Easter Novelties come to us for Fifty Cents Guaranteed tobacco habit euro makes weak 60c II All Urutfklsta men strong blood pure GUSTON Dr and Mrs Baxter spent Sunday at See us Babbage goods Vocal and instrumental sheet music for ten cents at liabbages K E Woods of Louisville was in the city Saturday on business Most any girl in this town would rath- Â¬ er fide a wheel than look A country storo in this county sold last year 9000 worth of eggs Alex Boyd and daughter Miss Katie V- - 4i y Kjs 1 s- - A - i went to Louisville yesterday Mss Ethel Oelze entertained the young ladies cub yesterday afternoon Mr and Mrs Orvllle Gregory of Vic- Â¬ toria spent Sunday in the city Home Laundry will laundry your shirt waists for 10 cents send them in Rev W O Overatreet wag in the city Monday en route to the Presbytery Preaching at the Presbyterian church next Sunday morning and evening Frank Mercer of Hardlusburg came down Sunday en route to Hawesvllle The Uolumbiu Circle B V R O met at Mrs Y B Rutledges Monday night Tom Moorman of Glendeane was In town Saturday trying to sell his tobacco Harry Moorman came up from 0ene boro Sunday afternoon returning that night Where were the passeugers on Sunday mornings eaot bound train from the shops Rev Donald M Grant left last night for Owensboro to attend a meeting ol the Presbytery W S Beard of Hardtnsburg with A E Zlehtne jewelry firm of Chicago was here Monday Mrs Jasper Dyer went to Hardinsburg yesterday to visit her brother and little niece just arrived Olias May Srjand son Charles Jr went to Louisville Sunday to spend the day with his son Walter George Jamison o Stephenaport the King of tie men was in the city Mon Â¬ day He wants 1000000 ties Charlie Babbage has his egg plaut in full operation It grinds out chickens at the rate of 240 iu three weeks Orvllle Sldllman is over at San Fran Â¬ cisco this week exjoying the sights of that great city with Charlie Sawyer Mrs Wash Holt of Holt and daught Â¬ er Mrs Gus Luckett of Owensboro were in the city Saturday shopping Lost a silver lock bracelet with mon Â¬ ogram on locket F L S Restore to Mrs Di Smith and receive reward Jesse W Owen wt Peasle Ganlbert Cat spent Saturday and Sunday with his parent Dr and Mrs J T Owen Do you want a permanent position If so write to The with good pay Hawks Nursery Co Rochester N Y Mrs Marion Hambleton assisted by Miss Maria Watkins will entertain the Womans Reading Club Thursday after- Â¬ noon The Organ Society fund of the Baptist church which gave a dinner Saturday in BahbagesJIall met with extra good success Mrs Joe Smart was no better yester Â¬ SlmoBs has ben at her bed Â¬ day side for a week and Dr Watkins makes daily visits MrndMw J II W Frank of Irv the marriage of their iigtR Ltwy to Mr David Heron of thla atty May 6 MIm LOfajette Laflelet after a pro d frlemle at IflBgeJ vWt with relatives HwmUmm lwsswHU aad Pdmhwlll Resolutions of Respect Wjibkbas it has pleased Almighty God in his wise Piovldence to removf from our midst our comrad Isaac White He was a private in company K house 48th Kentucky Mounted Infantry and a charter member of Murray Post No 10 G A R and a regular attendant at its meetings till sickness prevented Be ii lletohed That in the death of Comrad Whitehouse the Post has lost a d serv Â¬ ing member his community a good citi- Â¬ zen the family a loving father and hus- Â¬ Suz irs band Mrs Louis Adams and baby formerly llesohed That a record be spread on of this city are very sick at their home the books of this Post and our heartfelt In Louisville sympathy extended to the family Prices that will leave lots of money in BEWLEYVILLE your purso when you buy millinery of Miller Lightfoot The rains continue to descend Our purchase this spring is enormous Mrs M P Payne is on the sick lUt A wo are offering some great bargains mistake of your life will be made when Farmers are very much behind with Lightfoot spring work you fail to visit us Miller Tlio nearest I ever came to be marHon Chas Stanford visited his homo ried said the old bachelor was when a Saturday and Sunday shopkeeper gave me a bad CO cent piece G E Drury spent the week In Louis Â¬ and I went back and tried to get a better ville buying spring goods half Misses Blanche Jolly and Lena Drury J P Dlizonbacb who lias been fore- viBlted friends in Irvington Saturday man of the News ofllce for ten or twelve A man named Scott employed by 7 T years has resigned on account of- failing at Mr Mr W II Hinds of Hender- Stltb as farm hand is quite sick health Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Irvington Cliss Drury and wife were the guests of Miss Eva Carrigan Sunday Why cant we have a fidi fry soon We wish our boys bad a little more energy Mrs Pollock and her daughter Miss Helen visited relatives ntar Rhodelia last week SULZERS ClIILDE EN SEE OUU EASTEIl WINDOWS zSizsHS We had a very enjoyable grsphophone entertainment at the school house Mon day evening Â¬ Misses Elorine Anderson aud Lulu Bland of Brandenburg spent Saturday is 8 and Sunday at J G Audersous Chas Redman Irvingtou attended church here Sunday Mr Redman is thinking of tilling the soil wo hear Rev G O Overstreet preached here To Cure Ciinitlpiitlun lnrevrr Sunday morning and night He seem Tnko Ciscurots Candv Cathartic 10a or 25c ed heartily glad to see old faces again It C C C fall to euro drugKlbts rtfunil niunuy The county Sunday School committee met at the residence of R J Patterson Tho TJraOloy lilock oi Ontario stredt Apr 3idfor the wif pose of making out a CluVtilniul was dustroyeil by flrn tit nn program for the convention to be held eirly hour In tliu moin ug Tho tenants wero rescued with dlllluulty by tho pnllco at Sandy Hill May 22d The subjects who broke In tlio doors lit tho risk of suf selected will no doubt be very benefic Â¬ focation mid git tho pioplo out Tlio duinnu lri us followB Unulloy estuto ial to the cause t3OJj tenants 100 S J Jacobs piwnb okers 17 0W Hoclioster fcilioo com STEPHENSPORT pany 10 OX Household Furniture com Â¬ EASTER GREETINGS the time when you Should prepare for Joyoua Now is Eastertide Your Interior AN Decorations Floor Coverings Draperies Etc should bo re- replenished it costs very little and ndds greatly to the beauty of your home See what you can buv for a A Ti ule money hl WlekMi 1 f Pl TiTT0 vD - Â¬ Ingrain all wool Filling for An all wool Ingrain worth 65c yard for Large Wilton Hug wortli 82 25 for 7 foot Shades completo worth 35c for Matting from 10c to 40c Oil Cloths 20c yard If ycu want your Carpets down for Easter you mint jrt them at once come busy 35c 50c 1200 28c pany 15u0 W H BOWMER Hrt rlrt sened as we are very SON d4htr Tho rains are good for pastures so we expired last Monday April 12 The feel that our clover growing quandary somewhat solid Washington correspondent of the urnal Moorman Hardaway is diligently pre- Â¬ says Capt J II Rowland paring for an examination fur Civil Ser- Â¬ will succeed her Bishop T U Dudley of the Episcopal vice Success to him Mr Beavin thinks if Charlie Drury church assisted by the Rev M M Ben ton will hold confirmation services in the will muzzle his sheep the clover field Methodist church on Thursday evening will come up to his expectations April 22 pt 7 30 oclock Taylor Beard of Hardinsburg made Will never wear off What Why the rounds of our community last week the newness here of course wo wont selling a History of the United States let it This store is like a fire engine The news of the illness of our paitor whose engineer delights in keeping it Bro Walton reached us Sunday We bright Miller Lightfoot repret to hear of it very much and hope James Jackson candidate for County that he has recovered ere this Court Clerk of Hancock county was B F Russell who taught singing class Â¬ here Saturday looking after votes Jim es in our town and other places near has many friends here and it is to be by several years ago will sing at Bew hoped he will be successful leyville Saturday April 24 7 oclock A most enjoyable tlmo was had by all p m present at the home of Mr and Mrs C A big freez Friday night April 0th B Skillman Friday evening the occasion makes us alt feel uneasy about the fruit being a Euchre party given in honor of There is an abundant bloom but a few her sisters Misses Mayme Cosby and more such freezes would make every Â¬ Eva Young thing rare This season we have left nothing un Â¬ The young people are preparing for an done to suit our customers We have Easter service at 7 oclock p m Easter an immenso line of all kinds of millinery Sunday It is well to cultivate the mind and at prices within reach of all Corao and heart and such exercises are benefi Â¬ and let us show you some of the nob cial to both biest things for spring wear Miller I would be one of those to cry out Lightfoot against the liquor traffic I believe we Mrs L G Gregory widow of the late are on rising ground but a long ways Judge L G Gregory has received from from what we ought to be If all who the A 0 U W lodge a check for 2000 claim to be christians would only work The deceased had been a consistent together in this matter the fight would Golden Rod member of the lodge every sines its first be easier organizitlon in this city Elder Ernest Ellollt of the Christian EKR0N church will begn a series of meetings here Monday April 20 in Newsoms Floyd Lampkin of Guston war in Dr Newsom has kindly town Friday store room donated the use of his room for the meet Jake Kendall moved on a farm near ing as the members here have no house Webster last week k of their own Ike Owlngs and family spent Sunday Dick with 6 J Brown and wlfn The Hawesvllle Clarion says Beavin this city has leased a lot on the Dr S S Watkins of Cloverport was Soyez corner and will erect a houso at the guest one day last week of T once for the purpose of starting a saloon Cox Mr Beavin Is a good business in it Mrs Belle Ashcratt and children spent man aud will get Into bis new place Monday wltti her niece Mrs Eula Hay sometime in May croft Editor Sterett of too Hancock Clarion M essrs Cunningham Trigg and Hen never lets anything escape in the way ery represented the traveling fraternity A shooting affray occurred of news here last week after the Issue of his paper Friday even- Â¬ Mrs Henry Brown and children of ing Still the Clarion came out with spent Sunday with Sing giving full de Â¬ near Guston a bright little supplement Brown and wife tails of the whole affalrwlth other news Mrs Simmons of Louisville came Ohaa Rledel of Holt was in the oily down Sunday to visit her parents Tom Monday Mr Rledel put an ad la the Roberta and wife Nkws advertWag aoate mules and horse Jake Sbacklett and wife spent Satur Â¬ He said to a representative of for sale Sunday with his parent Bea Niwa that be bad received nuswroua day and ike Suaeklett and wife letUMetaabliagbiaa to dleyo of then rWve H Bro wa IntAett Daagb Wmi JUysae Oeabjr mm Iv YovMg at fair yrlee He further aaid if aay arty Jaad Jin Jl Jott ware la laad wlo taw m the gnu ol iMt sinter mw m awytblaf they wUb to aell ad owtaaw Xm0 1 KUNm MtaOTMd to Mor vertkaU la th Kawa aadtbeyU gat borg bust waak o httBodiaet jatarNb MMlaM thiir j srsstssj son succeeds him Stlths SMhs Lela Henlys time as post mnster Courier-Jo- Â¬ Â¬ Stephensport Is on a boom Breckenridge Circuit Court Miss Etta English is quite ill at this James Atert Adminlitrator IlaintifT writing vs Mrs M Blaine left Saturday for Cin- Â¬ lames Ateri hf irs and creditor Deferdantr All penons havlnir claims ugainst the i state o cinnati James Ater deceased are herehy notified to pro duce their clsims before the underrignrd commis O II Wat ling ton is on the sick list si nerathls office in llardinsburir Kypropeily proven on or before the first day of May 1C97 this week Jiven under my hand ns Commissioner ol said 1807 Misses Moseley have a fine new court this 30th day of Marrh O The V ItAIlHAOECom upright piano The 10 ally bred Jack County Clerk Cunningham was in town last week Will serve a liniicd rumber of mares duiirg the season of my IS to rear Addison Mrs Tom Squires Samplowas in town insure foal 1897 atmoneystable when the fact itatascer the due tained or the mare pirted with Iron Crown is shopping Saturday black with white points nearly 16 hands high three yeirs old fast a id weighs Iron pounds Miss Rhea Washington of Irvington J O STEPHENS has a music class here 1 S Also a yourg Jack to let out free of charge Brumfield Bros left Sunday for Tell jx City with a fine raft of 380 logs Business is looking up The merchants are all s niles and hustle Mrs L II Miller Is in Hendeison with FOR her daughter Mrs F O Ferry Dr Vaughn Louisville is visiting his son R W Vaughn this week We are glad to report Mrs R W Vaugbu improving at this writing Dr S L Helm Lexington Ky is a guest of his sister Mrs L B Helm Mies Ida Crawford is visiting her aunt Mrs L T Roberts of Roberts Bottom this we ok Mis M Blaine and Mrs O II Wat llugton will engage in the millinery bus Â¬ iness at this place Â¬ Â¬ pg3E3Sg33i IF WE - I CANT GET THE BEST WITH M -- I IKOiT OHOW1T Wo want none Thats one principle in buy- Â¬ ing Wo order only choicest of tho best and Â¬ SELL A GUARANTEE Weve every Â¬ Comparo our prices with any thing you could wish in Groceries GREGORY Luxuries AND EDIBLES Delicacies KY Â¬ SUITINGSII MEN and BOYS GTBSON OLOVEKPOUT Novelties In Millinery are especially invited to our Store next week and see the Beautiful line of spring Payne Bros have greatly improved the appearance of their store house by giving it a new coat of paint There is less loafing on our streets at present than any time for the past two years Wno will say now that the Re- Â¬ publican administration is not a good one YOU HOLT Pv -- iBkW Ir hihm hw ttky WaU ill Allen Black of Cloverport was In town Sunday The fruit is all safe bo far with the promise of a large crop Mrs Emma While visited relatives at Hardins Mill last week Miss Susan Pauley of Louisville spent Sunday with her mother here Farmers are far behind with their work ou account of the late spring Senator A J Gross was at home from tha Legislature two days lost week MisaForrie Hardin spent a few days last week with friends in Cloverport II L Morton Cloverport was la the Bottom oa business one day last week Al Adams aad Jease Stith of Polks Bottoa lad were la the bottom Sun day Mrs Qua Luukett OwrBsbere is via Iting I er pareata Mr aad Mm W D Holt The wheatVep i hardly aa average Early aowiag took wall late yary Â¬ KiMUO fli MILLINERY that will be on display Hats Bonnets Toques etc line will be entirely New very Low CO ti Latest Garments from and upward in Brown llluo and Black New Our Prices Knngllsh Worsted Suitings all new nice fitting Suits for Boys from 1 00 to 300 Kneo Pants from 2o els o 1 Special Drives on Jean Pants from 60 cts to 1 00 To appreciate our Immense stock of Spring Pants you must see them Misses Calloway WOOL WOOL SHIP YOUR WOOIi TO it W E BROWN if Jtr IRVINQTOHKY LMstfef Dim WOOL 388 r bt KtlahHshxl to slfg TulTr rt m nil til In iqisTii hstOU - all iwiol i fortaw m awnni nrHsMl lW tMfc -ttl ws sat UMMifk bgtM y1 fcr Uwtr wv fees storyftHMllkift WttoWM WcalMtMs4diMtus4MwM4aT sVMtlt l aad 2tt XuH Mtwkt St O - LOUISVIUJC KY A v v ff jL V - iTST T if v- - v 3KLV i THE Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY AlIML U 1607 BRLK10K1SlNRI33QE1 Rabbling Thoughts ny nkmo i msf KIfv n i Copyrighted At a moment when thousands of ncrrs are under Water and stock and lives in great danger along tho MlHtsttwIppi Val ley li is most opportune to empuasize the old time statement hat no man II v- ethto himseUl When tho pioneer of the empire of freo men first swung his axe in the virgin forests of the Mississip Â¬ pi basin by his strength and by fire lie swept away tho obstacles to planting un- Â¬ til the land lay baro under the sky Ills need and his right none will dispute But where one led thousands followed each working his will independently and selfishly as though there were no nat- Â¬ ural laws to bo considered The result wo see Whoro millions of acres were once covered by a spongy flooring of leaves and the intertwinings of roots all uniting to hold back tho waters of tho rains and of the thawing snows open fields lie like spendthrifts retaining but a fraction of the blessing showered upon them and promptly needing more The steadily Honing streams of the past be- Â¬ come now futious torrents in tho spring and dry water courses in summer Thoughtful men declare that the only remedy lies in the gradual return of a decided portion of the cleared land to a wooded condition or in other words they preach the truth that the dweller on some remote farm along the banks of even a minor stream has personal respon sibility upon him in relation to tho welfare and happiness of the distant valley dweller Tho Mississippi is at this moment thundering out a lesson in material mutual dependence that is proclaimed less audibly by weeds insect pests and diseases Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ May wo not recall the story of Kobin son Crusoe and from this everlastirg boys favorite draw a lesson that is need ing more and more to be learned Most readers will remember that this poor castaway with no hope of any human eyo to observe his fuithfulness never failed to carry out his conscientious du- Â¬ ties toward his Maker and it is safe to assume that ho would have continued to do so even if no other human being had ever set foot on his lonely Isle All the boys and what are we men but bojs grown older Will confess the thrill of interest that came when Itobinson Crusoe suddenly saw before liim a footprint in the moist sand As boys our chief interest in that footprint was the possi- Â¬ ble adventure that It promised to Crusoe but as men a moments thought will convince us that the discovery of a fellow creature brought into play for our hero an entirely new set of responsibilities Not only was lie compelled to understand that his territory would now have to sustain another but there was the possibility that that other would do damago to himself in order to gain com- Â¬ plete possession His duty to his Cre- Â¬ ator was not decreased but duty to his fellow was super added In fact Crusoe and Friday formed a state in miniature In tilence the suffered In patience the bore and Crusoe had to curb himself in va Until God called her home to suffer no more rious ways to display kindness good will Our dear one has left us for a bright home above tact and unselfishness We know how Hut well nevtr turret her or eer cease to love M 0 the adventure resulted Friday became Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Home Hints self approval or by the plaudits of your MimnmnrruidiritiriiimiirnHiiiiiwiiitiiniimtmmirrm fellows you must realize that without Buttermilk and salt will cloan copper others to sustain you and to approve of very quickly you thero would be no greatnrra in you Fish may be i xpeditlously scaled with at all Tho debt Is not all on one side a line eltan curry comb Who are you then to neglect tho Give your daughter a room and hi her All nil are and tho unfavored learn to keep it in apple pie order brethren in a Democracy like this Bulled fish shouldonly boll when first put In the water after that it must only Manners simmer t hetlsh this n sacred v it Laugh a little bit Stove pipe that is to be put away for Keep It with you f ample It the summer ought to bo well wrapped in Laugh a tittle bit newspaper and labeled ViaV taatsw as C lllte illi will sure betide J oil H Iottune may nt t tit betide ycu Trying to be happy is like trying to go may mrck and lame Cerlde you Men to sleep You will not succeed unlets Hut youll mind them n t a whit you forget that you are trying If you laugh little bit A tnblespoonful of vinegar added to When you find yourself growingangry lower your voice One seldom says of- tho water in which fish is boiled will As tho bell bnoy onnblM the mariner to avoid sunken rocks nnd make the fl sh firmer and improve its fensive tilings in a low tone of voice shoals so Dr Hells words oiT tho serious conseAlways keep on hand enough love to flavor quences of a cough neglected It Do not stops the cough aud cures the cause go round among your children Turn and run a broad hem in tho I was se rloosly affected with a couab for let them feel they havo grown too old sleeves of your wotk dresscB and put in 21 years 1ald hundreds of dollars toiloc toraand for medicine but everythlngfatled to pet when n yourger one appears on elastic Tnen you can easily slip them until I tried Dr Hells This wonderful remedy sayed my life the scene above your elbows when cooking or wash Â¬ J n ROSEI Grantsburg 111 One who is a good listner possesses a ing dishes DR valuable accomplishment Good listen- Â¬ Our new neighbors are very polite ing does not merely mean the unrespon- Â¬ she said to her husband when he came Pine-Tar-Hon- ey sive silence of a statue but a face show- Â¬ home at night he said Are they ing an intelligent apprech Hon of what Yts I sent to bonuw their stepladder u a guaranteed euro for is said A good listner never heedlessly and they said they hadnt one but if Id all throat lung and cbest troubles Including aatbma Many a valuable thought wait awhile theyd send and buy one interrupts Droncnuts ui urippo whooping cough croup has been blighted throujdi some heedlesi ausriuiiu a too It botils Sweeping is disagreeable work on ac- Â¬ or mm apoa rtettpt tt price by interruption the moment It was blos TH C I Hatkrrlsaa count of the bad t ifect the dust has upon VfrdltUc Cc ridatsh Kf soming into words oruayMiusira the breathing organs of the sweeper It is very important for the comfjrt of but it can be made less burdensome by n home that harassing and depressing not sweeping the samo dust out more BEST subjects of conversation should be ex- Â¬ than once Before beginning to sweep cluded except when it is absolutely nec- Â¬ have tho windows raised of course and essary to talk about them and that a cover over eveiy piece of furniture with habit should be formed of talking cheer- Â¬ a muslin cover made on purpose and fully and good humoredly and of re Â¬ after the room is swept carry out these fraining from what jars on other people covers and shako them in the open air such as rudeness impatience aud fault Â¬ This is muuh better than to let a cloud finding of dust settle on the furniture and then It is surprising what a wee bit of a to brush it back again to the floor as Your Choico of Any of tho Highest some do Sick headache thing can accomplish Woolen goods such ai blankets un- Â¬ constipation dyspepsia sour stomach GradoIOO Bicjcles 1897 diszlness are quickly banished by De derclothing etc can be bought much Model Froo of Cost by Us- Â¬ Witts Little Karly Ktsers Small pill cheaper now at tho end of the season than next fall When you are sure just Safe pill Best Bill Short Haynes ing some of yourSpiro what you wi 1 need it is better to buy Moments now as there 1b little risk from keeping TDeath of Mrs J B Whitworth through tho summer if they are carefully On the 24th of March 1897 thero pass Â¬ The great strides maile by Tint New York wrapped at once in newspaper and stored ed away from earth to spiritual realms Tim ks within the last few months form n notable away During a period chapter In American journalism beyond a bright and beautiful spirit As the fruit cans empty toward spring of gensral business digression Tun New Yokk She had been a suQcrer for several weeks some of tho apples are spoiling in Times has made steady progress having within aud with pneumonia Sho bore her afflict the cellar fill the cans with tho apples six months nearly doubled its circulation This ions patiently but alas that dark still paring coring and cutting each quarter growth while Indeed gratltylnsr serves only to stimulate the management to grea er i ITorts With hour of death silently crept into that in say four pieces Put a half pound ot a view to the Introduction tlTllE New VohkTimks home so dear and her spirit winged its sugar to each pound of fruit Let apples In homes where It Is not nuw rtceived win re the flight Thursday evening where she is and sugar stand two days to toughon the improvement that has been made may not be known now a radiant angel kneeling before the apples Add water to inako juice Add a plan has been devised to reward th se who may mercy seat of God In the work of Incrcasng its circulation by a slice of lemon to every gallon of fruit assist to any man woman or child any ono of ottering All that could be done to alleviate her Cook until clear then put in cans and the standard high grade onehundred dolltr b sufferings and keep her was done Her scald cjcles 1S97 model if they will secure one hundred hupband watched by her bedside till the newsubsciibersfor TiieNew Yohk Times Dont feed all your small potatoes to 100 for last with a husbands devotion She three 13 if delivered carrier tho pigs They are very much better each sent bymonths That no effort by Increase mail lo Jsjoif leaves a dear companion and several fried than large ones Just before need Â¬ the circulation of The New York Times may go children who deeply mourn but they ed boll them with the skins on and as untewerderl to those who find they cnnot sccue rejoice to believe that she has entered soon as cool enough to handle skin them more than fifty subscribers for three months each upon a more perfect life will be given of anj fifiydollar retail by holding tightly between thumb and the choice blcjcle American manulacture and to price She was the wife of J B Whitworth finger pinching the potato out Have a those who in their eflorls fall short of filly sub ormer resident of Constantino recently pan half full of hot fat and drop the po- scribers there will be paid 50 cents in cash for moved to Louisville wheroshe died was tatoes in They will brown like dough- Â¬ every subscriber less than fifty brought to Vine Grove for her final rest Â¬ REMEMBER YOU CAN HAVE YOUR nuts and bo as mealy as chestnuts CHOICE 01 ANY 11ICYCIE OF AMERICAN ing place She was a loving mother de- Â¬ Drain as you dip them out sprinkle MANUFACTURE voted wife and loved by all who knew with salt and seive at once Practical TiiKormt i her The bereft family havo the sympa Â¬ Farmer Any person desiring to undertake the work oi thy ot many friends and loving kindred securing 101 suusctiDers snuuiu notuy NBWQ OLOYERPORT J TIiq Demand For Fine Stationery linvc From Liulies is great spared no money nor time to meet Tlic selection of our thU tlt niantl Wo line cant be 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Irish per barrel New La Sweet potrttoe per bbl From store 2 to 5 cts higher Navy Deans per bushel ROOTS ainaeDg Senlca Snake Pink Yellow Wild Olnger Lady Slipper May Apple Blood 3 35 KO Steamboat Agents taf 7rgts nl siifjr a 3i 0 0 Iocsl Agents Homestead Fertilizer Company and Standard Dcslers In Oil Company J rV fir assssssssasfep Jr Jr rffj M 83 8 fid U ii VjMUd 2 50 C5 3 00 Doors Sash Blinds Yellow Pine Floor f0 7i Q 2 40 VA 2 75 21 il 5 3 IS 22 5 6 Iiir nnd Ceiling Weather Boarding Shingles Salt Llmo Cement Laths Plaster Plastering Hair Plow HandleB Bricks Etc Estimates Furnished Tor Buildings and Bulldlno Material Loulsvlflc HendersoniSt Louis hyCo Timothy per Vushel FIELD SEEDS li 1 The well known Brands of TIME SCHEDULE TuKlilst At 600 oclck A zlsto 3 H Iltecl 115 4 Ju 3 On 11 Saadij Dec 27 1SQ6 Trato Clover per bushel Crimson Clover per bushel HedToppei bushel Orchard Jmis per bushel Blue Grass fancy per bushel Lllue Grass extra per bushol Onion Sets Yellow per bushel At the Law Office of Wut Sound 2Vains 1 41 Salt Hound 50 1 40 55 2 00 V G BABBAGE IN IIAUDINSBUUO Kxprs Kxprs Mall A STATIONS u Mail 12 12 Whits 1IIDES Green good Dry Salt good Dry flint good Sheep skins WOOL 8 2JP You Can Get HA 13 25 12 14 50 8f fi A Deed Mortgage or any writ Â¬ jLr Tub washed Urease fine 20 22 15 up 10 12 10 0 ditaiI Burry Blaok Burry and Cots Tallow Beeswax Sorghum 103 12f 13 Cold and Grippe Cure an orderly and restrained neighbor becauso the right sort of examples was set before him It may be urged that Crusoe was good to Friday from a Belflsh motive but selfish motive or not the way in which Crusoo conducted himself towards Friday was the only way in which both could live happily together When other people tamo to the island Crusooa responsibility was still more increased and his duties to his neighbors and their duties towards him became more complicated Now for the application There is no such thing as freedom to do as you please unless you live entirely separate from other human beings and then a paraÂ¬ it ia- S doxical thing happens because liberty of action is enjoyed alone it becomes a very flat and uninteresting possession No civilization can hold together unless the members of it feel a mutual interest and responsibility or to express it Btill more clearly where there is the highst degree ofsocial servico thero is tho most enduring and most helpful form of gov- Â¬ ernment and therefore tho highest de Â¬ gree of liberty You can doubtless point mo to selfishly prosperous periods in the worlds history I on the other hand can demonstrate to you that selfish indi Â¬ viduals are not the right material for an enduring fabric It is tho fond dreams of Americans that this great Democracy is to go on growing grander with the process of time wo believe that it is to demonstrate once and for ever the possi Â¬ bility of a people developing in a condition of peace and retaining through all their material growth tho strongest kind ot love for the institutions of the country as originally laid down by the self forgetting ones who counted their lives as naught if they could but let the Liberty-bell ring out Freedom over the nations But this dream will remain a dream if we are content with the kind of progress that has characterized the past century grand though it has been Bo much of territory and of prosperity could be acquired by the strenuous toller that individualism has run riotand the gain- Â¬ ing of wealth been the only standard to rally to If we are to live as a nation selfishness in our relation to our fellow men must cenoo or like the selfish strug- Â¬ gles of the unreflecting brute the weak and the strong will struggle together and destroy one another Too many of us feel as though we were autocratic mon arebs of our lands our families our- Â¬ selves free to do what we like with every thing we have no matter how much out Â¬ siders may suffer Herein do we err or we are all tied together like stocks in a fagot weak alone but strong when bound eleae to even weak neighbors I ear sot hew great a man you may feel either bvyourill balaneed jotmijlf Â¬ Â¬ tf Dr Mendenhalls Cold and Grippe Cure is guaranteed to cure Colds La Grippe Headache Neuralgia Aching E E Turner of Comptou Mo writes Feverish Conditions Prostration etc us that after suffering from piles for For the Cough take Dr Mendenhalls Cough and Consumption Cure For sale seventeen years he completely cured by Snort Haynes them by using three boxes of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve It cures eczema Bits of Economy and severe skin diseases Short The high priced Hamburg steak is Haynes simply raw beef chopped fine and seasoned with pepper and salt It can DELIGHTED HER HEARERS be prepared at home and from five to ten cents per pound saved by chopping Miss LaFayette LaHeist Makes a De- the beef In a chopping bowl or riming it through a sausage cutter and seasoning cided Hit at Paducah it to taste d The Paducah Sun eays A Flour bags bleached torn down the crowd dispersed at the close of the middle and hemmed make soft easily musicale at Capt Joe Fowlers residence cleansed dish towels last evening The entertainment was Thick gray paper stamped with an given under the auspices of the llamsey outline pattern makes pretty and easily Society and while the program was replaced kitchen splashers for sink and somewhat curtailed it was nevertheless kitchen tables very enjoyable and thoroughly appreciSkirt linings if not much worn may ated be made almost as fresh as if new by During the evening Miss LaFayette washing and starching with starch in LalloiBt an accomplished young musi- Â¬ which is a little gum arable cian and vocalist of Cloverport who is Despite the cheap yeast that is every- Â¬ visiting here made her initial appear ance before a Iaducah audience and de where on tho market some people will lighted her hearers to such an extent make their own yeast deeming it still that it became necessary to respond to cheaper more convenient and of better If it were gouerally known two encores Musicians of ability eay quality her voice is perfect in tone and volume that yeast could be made as well with- Â¬ and that her enunciation could not be out hops as with there would be lees better She afterwards sang again and bother making it and more houseresponded to another encore Other keepers would use home make yeast numbers on the program were also en Meal Bcalded with boiling buttermilk joyed There was a selection on piano aud raised with two cakes of boughten violin aud mandolin by Misses Lillian yeast added after the mass has cooled Rudy and Mattie Davis and Master then dried in the ordinary manner Henry Itudy a vocal duet by Mrs Dr either in cakes or crumbled up makes as good aud effective yeast as any made 1 11 Stewart and Mr Robert Chastain an instrumental duet by Mrs Stewart with hops In papering rough plastered walls and Miss Mae Paxton a violin solo by Mrs Will Clark and a violin solo by where the plaster has not been hard Mr Walter Clark and a vocal solo by finished the paper will stick as well Miss Ila Hart accompanied on the violin aud have a smoother surfaco if the walls by Mr Frank Gilbert Mrs S II Win are first sized with a moderately thick stead aud Miss Paxton played the ac- Â¬ smooth flour paste instead of glue as almost universally recommended Paste companiments At the close Col II II Hobson who should bo applied to the paper as usual was down for a solo arrived and ren- Â¬ and it should be hung while the paste on dered a violin solo such as they used to the wall is still wet Use a whitewash play in his boyhood days before tho brush to spread the paste with and a clothes brush not cloth to smooth the crowd dispersed The ladies feel gratified at the success paper and press it into place on the walls ot their entertainment If a blister is found in wall paper after it is hung take a pen knife carefully cut the slit then dip a small camels Is caused by Uirpiil liver which prevent diges hair brush in a little 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may CONDENSED NEWS WEDNEFIUY JllHlL I J 1807 midst of any community than ho lias a purchaio the right to his share of send Â¬ right to set up and run n powder mill in ing 00000 souls annually Into drunkards A Colin tlnn or Intrrrntliii limn on Varl SERMON tho same place If tho peoplo think It graves and tho city council will tako him Snlijrrln lirinlly Prepared for dangerous to the welfaro of life and pro this same monoy and pay the funeral ex Â¬ lli llmity lliiiilir Delivered by Rev Donald Grant Last perty It can be removed to some seclud Â¬ penses Whatshort filghtednesY What HylveMor Khriule who wns recently ed and safely guarded spot Kven a utter folly Sunday A lot of fino I dout believe in license ejected from nn electric ear mi tho Mar glue factory If proven to be a menaco to law for It tolls to bring forth a remedy tin sherry nnd Wheeling lino nfter ho hail pnld hi fare hn brought utiltiigainut tho surrounding property can bo and more than that it if possible CURE CONSTIPATION Wine It a mocker strops drink ti ragfuK ml tho cuiiipiuiy for fJOO Ittliiuge whosoever It deceived thtieliy la not wUc Irov speedily removed But if you lay your makes the wny to hell moro deceptive Mrs Frederick A Welnanrtnorof Knst 10 It 10 hands on a saloon and demand that it for men will walk through the door of ALL Sidney O was n jiul ol lusano nn l Is a great cry on the part of shall be removed beyond the reach of the gllih d saloon nnd Into Tliero rmiirrrKTe 2a au iiikcii to tlio iiMlmii m Dayton the regions Worry over the death of hor child nnd tho deser many botli in the church and out for harming both yourself and your neigh- Â¬ below when for dtcency sake they I ABSOLUTELY GORARTEED 4ia -- J Si tion of hor liiibiiid w ai tho o tuse Mm for the times TSrHTCnE eermorB Meaning by bor the first thing that you hear Is that would not be found entering the door of rrr- - v mmn iiomrm inn omen lorn tl i Samuel nnd Jamcg Ashury two boyn this that the preaching of to day must be it Is a business institution suhj ct to some low down dram shop wcra arretted charged with burglarizing unlquo and startling as compared with the laws of demand and supply and Again I believe that license is morally the Scioto Inn In Luamlllo O A com that of other days Sermons for the that we have no right to enact or to wrong aud by giving it tho covert of the twentieths to our penitentiaries It is purport of which was sufficient to oggre pleto burglar kit win found In their times must be very scholarly they must enforce when enacted laws for ite sup- Â¬ law you cant make it right If the un Â¬ at the bottom of fraud and every species vate the husband to a shooting tempera Â¬ possession in addition to stolon property deal with the latest discovery in science pression Let us see I What is tho law restricted trrflic of liquor bo wrong and of speculation It floods our courts with ture John Howard came Into posses Â¬ of A serious tiro occurred nt tho rosldonco James Xcnla and be filled with the philosophical dls for I answer It is to protect those no sensible man will gainsay me then I its fruits It incurs the burdensome tax- Â¬ sion of tho note by his wife and imme stn ted In Inntz of of Mr O Tho flro tho room Bonner an ation of our country It causes moro to diately nfter reading it stepped Into the Invalid At great rUk Mri Inntz cuseions of the acutest thinkers of the who are incapable of nrotectlnc them claim that you may legislate until dooms- Â¬ roicucd present age Â¬ selves 1 trespass upon a mans property day aud you cant make itanytbingelse be spent in litigation than it takes to center of Water street and confronted herntidwnt Furiously burned Property carry on government feed educate and Johnson The people are satisfied If the preach- Â¬ He seeks proper adjustment I refuse Suppose I put forth my hand and in Jnko Sloan William Jacob and An You have written n note to my wife er will give n baranguo upon tho latest to comply He then appeals to the law cold blood take the life of my fellow clothe the peoplo of the United States drew Adams ilcporntu mountaineers is chief of Here is your answer you s Issue of tho day either con- Â¬ lor justice and lam compelled to make man I must die but beforo the day of army and navy included political It confined In tho Knott county Ky jail demning or exalting tao present ruling compensation for the wrong done In ex cutlon some half witted man presents all the political discord It abjures God At tho samo time ho dis Â¬ on various charges escaped Thursday They aro delightfully enter- this parallel with the man who erects a bill in the United States Supreme Sunday morality and virtue It tram- Â¬ charged the contents of n single barrel night by overpowering tho deputy Jullur powers and knocking him senseless tained if some of the popular questions his saloon I think so He not only Court hcreelng that wilful murder is ples under toot every law that has lor its shotgun into Johnsons thigh and legs Frank Ilogue a fannor at in social life aro dwelt upon and the interferes with my material property not punishable by death That hereaf- aim the elevation of man above the brute Howard wnB taken in chorgo by Marshal Kostuth O uhlloou his wu residingwas homo minister is called highly cultured if which he does to a very great degree ter it was legaliz d and men could put It brutalizes mankind and they are im- S P Thomas nnd later was admitted to shot from iimbush Tho shot ienotrated hip IoivliiK tho unfortunate hecangiveasynposlum upon the latest but ho interferes with my moral con- Â¬ forth their hand with impunity and take potent to preserve self It holes one hall in the sum of i200 by Judge Adair his right precarious man In a o mdillon DR MENDENHALLS novel and the people would rather go dition as well I do not have the fame the lifo of their fellows and that they third of the United States in ablect His examining trial is Bet for Wednes Â¬ of tho shooting Is yet n mystery Tho causo slavery It is at the bottom of all the day to hear that smart preacher dilate up- security He is considered an inoflensivo and safety What of a should be hold as moral and reputa- Â¬ IMPROVEDLloutenant S P Vestal military in Â¬ on some social scandal than go to a third man with whom the thirst for ble who did such things Would not Jiigh crimes known in tho calendar It negro and has many friends both colored structor of Dcpnuw university has reÂ¬ signed his position ow lug to a disagreeGOUGHandGOHSUMPTiOH CURE is the direct road to ruin and hell rale variety show for entertainment strong drink has become a passion and white Tho wounds received by ment between the moral sense of any comunity arise hliuielf nnd tho authorities But you must not for tho life ol you These he has completely despoiled of with Indignation and Immediately call rorinisanu many more reasons we Johnson aro very serious though prob of the unlvewly Mr Vestnl goes to preach the old hard doctrines The their freedom They have become their forarepea of such law Here we have Invoke the thoughts of the people to ably not fatal It Is doubtful if he will Hlclimond Ky by order of tho war de itching ears cant stand such preaching slaves and they can no more think of men who will laugh in your face aud wnat wni8ky is doing in our country be nblo to attend the trial Wednesday partment After a number of witnesses had been If It possessed one grain of good or it The guu was charged with No 3 1 and Your theology must be of the broad passing the door of the saloon without hide behind a protecting law and bekind that will reach outj and with going in than they would of cutting off cause tho law protects and licenses they could be used to benefit in any particu 0 shot a inlxiil load and something like examined in tho caso of tho stnto of Ohio liberal against Kiigeno Grant of Felicity 0 one sweep of the arm include among the their right hand This we know to be can go on dealirg out the destroying lar when we have no antidote there 100 have entered nearly to the bone charged with shooting with Intont to kill might something be said in its favor They can not ho taken out He rested 1 ranis Slgnnl tho defendant pleaded rauks Mohammedan Infidel Agnostic a fact We have living examples walk- Â¬ stuff guilty nnd was sontenced by Judge IXivU Jew and Greek men of all creeds and ing or rather staggering about us every You say what are you going to do But when we come to look at it as a very badly until midnight but is easier to 12 years In the penitentiary beverage alone and that it Is followed by this morning men of no creeds at all You may Btrikc day then if your license law high or low Andrew Saner of Dollanco O tho cash such dire consequet ces it is about time The following is tho noto said to have lor of tho defunct Dollanco Savings bank with death blows the tyranny of Kings The saloon is not as a great many put will not bring about tne desired result 4 who has Ihciii famous through hU been written to Mrs floward by John and the extraviganco of Princes You it a necessary evil and for this reason Ill tell you to my mind there Is but one to rry a halt The flimsy plea that men do and will son and was shown as by the prisoner ninny trials ror alleged irregularities will may expose to your heartscontent the must be tolerated It is evil ami noth- Â¬ remedy and that is prohibition and ngulu bo placed on trial In tho court of corruption ot politicians and the wicked- Â¬ ing but ovil and I do not believe that that to by law just as we now hnve li- Â¬ drink is no justifiable excuse In tho soon after his arrest mimmoti pleas this week This will be mindof honorable men that bo flagrant ness of trusts and tho heartlessness of the law abiding citizens should be censed saloons by law We must pro his fourth trial and will bo on the charge Hawesviilb I would like to seo you at tho first op- Â¬ of perjury capitalists and you may expaciate upon expected to tolerate it and more than hibit the manufacture and sale of intox- Â¬ an evil should receive public counte- Â¬ Speedily relieves and cures Couphs nance much less receive legal recogni- Â¬ portunity I have something special to -- oias i onsumption bronchitis Asthma the heathenish practices of the Mormons that the time is coming when they will icating liquors as a beverage Dentil No one Matthew G Upton tho veteran Journal Henhy Joiinsov Grippe Hoarseness Whooping Cough just as long and as severely as you like not tolerate it with an ordinary amount of intelligence tion and then torture language and in tell you ist and editorial writer of San Francisco Croup and all diseases of the lungs and but dont say a word about the coismal The day has long since passed when will dtny that we have this right Even suit common decency by saying it is a Rev John W Heagnn Who Taught is dead respiratory organs sins of the people before whom you we are to stand to one side and look now we prohibit the sale of intoxicants government necessity na a taxable com Georsro X King vlco prosldont of tho School Here Dies at Littlo a- - anil r How easy it is to be coerced in Â¬ askance at the onfbw of intemperance to inebriates and minors and aso pro- modity to perpetuate our institutions sand Wnbvh National bank and tho wealthi oon t h When a government is driven for Its est ro ldcnt of Wabash Ind died Satur Hock Ark to silence upon bo me great evil in a com- Â¬ and do nothing but ting our hands in hibit its sale on Sunday and on general FSEPMCD ONlf DY day afternoon of jrlp aged CA munity where there aro some in your despair with the djvil mocking us in our election days Now then if I have a existence to live off the life blood of Its It v John W Heagnn died last week DR J C M15NDBNHALL Captain Alex congregation who do not like plain anguish We must make retorm a part right to prohibit on one day why not people to perpetuate Itself that govern- Â¬ nt Liitlo Hock Ark ltov Heagan was tor Conn who Hamilton Gilbert of Ches BVASVILLE INI3 with Ids brothor John preaching because their lives are not of our religious faith and in spite of all every day and if I have a right to pro- ment ought to break down and the past sixty yiatBofago and was exceed Gilbert was thu Inventor nnd bulldo- - of fragments be scattered into oblivion Sold by SHORT HAYNES free fiomthe damning blights of some the opposition on the part of the Indiffer- Â¬ tect some classes why not all clars js ing well known in this county He tnour t sy ou of dry docks In 184 Is The plea that it is a source of revenue taught school in liliztbethtown forabout UU1 i ll II- - QUI cherished sin The world is not in need ent and in spite of the plotting and Let us not be afraid to sound the trumpet iwr uenrfit 5 i11ii T t TJvniwMlle therefore a necessity is shown by the tenyiarf conducting what was known lid dlad In Washington S of a new gospel but it is in need of men designing on tho part of drunkard inak long and loud for a complete exterminalturduv after who will live the old gospel 305 da a in era and their alders and nbbettors the tion of this dreadful monster from our court records of the country to be a He hh the llambletnn College Ho left noon at tho rosldei o i of his brother-in-laJustice Harlan of tho United States and a cheat For every dollar of license Ellzabethtown In 1878 for Arkantasand day is not far distant when the state land If a man was even suspected to the year The First of American Newspa- Â¬ siiptim court Ho was associated for The old excentric philosopher was not will as leave license a man to enter your be sill cted with small pox we would money that goes Into the treasury of the resided in that Stuo up to tho time of years with his brothor Mr John Gilbort precinct Stato and general governments his death Kev Ilergan waanPretby Shanklln In tho management of Tho pers CHARLES A DANA Editor bo very far wrong when he walked about room and steal your j wels from your loose no time in reporting his case to the streets of his native city with a light Â¬ jewel cases as to license a man to carry proper authoritiis and wo would not there are fifty dollars drawn out to pros trian nnd has been pruichlngever tluce Evnnsvlllo Ind A Courier the The American Constitution the ed candle in his hand at mid day On on a business to debauch the lives of rest satisfied until we knew he was ecute tUe crimes directly growing out of In lift Elzibethtown Ho died at the the whisky trafllc home of his daughter Hose now Mrs G being asked what he was looking for those we hold so dear Shall we sit quarantined in some American Idea the American Spirit Let me now givo you a few thoughts L Mijir E Izabtlhtowu News replied A man Would to God that with f jlded hands while poverty crime place LooV out for tho pest lurking at Those firs las and all the time Ho siyp It Is sabbath desecration drunkennesgambl your door It is much more dangerous from Joseph Cook Cloverport could produce a man often debated whether rum selling is a forever There are plenty wlshy washy half ing prostitution and all tho attendant than all the diseases to which mortal way respectable people Dally by mail - - Many of evils as a result of the saloon power are flesh is heir Do you tell me that we sin per si or only a sin in its conse- Â¬ CURES 6 a year PAIN IN them with their names on the church holding full sway in our land No No I are not ready to take such a radical step quences or in both respects it ia certain ALL ILLS THE BACK Daily and Sunday by mail 8 a year that rum selling as a business ia so misa thousand times no Let us not rest roll some of them teaching in the Sun KIDNEYS mat we are going beyond ttie convict- Â¬ DIABCTBS day School and leading tho devotions in until the open saloon is banished from ions of the masses that no community chievous that after many decades of disBLADDER DRorsr cussion the general Protestant rule is to URINARy the prayer meeting but when you call our midst and becomes a thing of or commonwealth will enact or execute GRAVEL history where is he to be found for a man laws for the suppression of the liquor exclude the rum seller from church ORGANS ETC ETC membeisiip From this he draws five is the greatest Sunday Newspaper if we wers to be satisfied with Platos I am well aware that many noble traffic or any other evil for that matter propositions eacn oi tnem very condefinition of a man we could find plenty minded men and women are strong until the majority of citlzuis exnrees in the world of them He said in discoursing to his advocates of a restrictive or regulative themselves in favor ot that law I agree vincing in itself 35 YEARS SUCCESS 1 Any businisi which justly ex- Â¬ Price 5c a copy By mail 2 a year students one day upon the subject that system They want to regulate the with you most heartily and because I cludes a man who practices it from AilreKTlliMJN New Yorli Catarrh Js seemingly one of the aman is a two legged animal without traffic by law They say the believe this to be the true foundation of put and Socrates ono of Plaos stu- Â¬ license higher so that the business may all reform I stand before you to day as a church membership cannot be consist- Â¬ most complicated of ailments feathers one which dents brought a rooster stripped of his fall into the hands of reputable men champion fir an educated conscience ently licensed or in any way legaliz d unable to the doctors are absolutely cure The reasons for by Christian votes One and tho same this are In this case the other pebble l school exclaiming Make the penalty severe and see that The trouble with us is this we have let feathers into Platos easily explained church cannotwithout self contradiction a blood disease and onlyCatarrh is We dont the law is enforced to the letter The our consciences go to sleep and we need Behold the man of Plato a blood THE BLICKENSDERFER remedy Tho various want such men as this although I fear advocates of this sjstem of regulation somoone to sand before us and with the exclude rum sellers from church mem sprays can effect it douches aud washes which bership and also favor the legal santtion If you cant pronounce the name ipell It spirit of the blessed Master lay the knife there are many who could not injustice claim for it tnree things viz are employed as a local treatment of rum sellers A typewriter visible writing per may for a time lay claim to anything better to the festering sore cut away the dis Â¬ 1 alleviate It will diminish tho manufacture 2 Any business which justly ex- Â¬ trouble but no one ever knew the menant alignment Infrchaugeablo of What we need to day is men with and consequently the tale and con- Â¬ eased matter and apply the healing oint- Â¬ pe direct printing and inking Not cludes the man who practices it from such treatment producing a cure consciences enlightened by the word of sumption of intoxicants ment a toy but a real thing Weight six church membership cannot bo legalized They can not reach the scat of the dis- Â¬ JoJ God and with hearts in sympathy with The retain why the laws we now have 2 Law and order will be very mater- Â¬ ease as the experience of many sin pounds Trice 3ri 00 sufferers will prove nothing can do 52 are not enforced is b cause the moral without their fallen brother and with lives free ially protLottd 3 Any business which justly ex so except a real blood remedy WEST VIRGINIA SUPPLY CO so ifrom even the suspicion of doubt Men 3 It will furnish a revenue for the sentiment of the community is not high In the treatment of Catarrh S S udes the man who practices it from If nr ral Acenti for K and V V who will no longer stand by and see the state the county and the city corpora- enough You cant enforce a prohibi- Â¬ S has demonstrated the fact that It vaJVvIv0041 Ace nt 24B 6th t Lon Kyj inroads made upon the youth of our tions thus compelling those who are tory law when the msjirity of the citi Â¬ church membership ouieht not to be reaches dccp scatcd diseases which legaliz d by the State other remedies can not touch ttown by the taloou with its gambling at- Â¬ the greatest producers of the worst zens are Indiffuiout to the destructive 4 Any business which justly excludes Mr Chas A Iarr the leading wall tachments for they go hand in hand classes of society to aid in their support influences of the saloon As long as who practices it from church paper dealer of Athens Ga writes Not that gambling will all cease when Let me give to you as near as I was able men will have their dem j ihns in the the man For months I suffered f roma severe uiewuursuip cannot ue leganzeu by a case of catarrh The many offensive the saloon Is put down but it will be to gather it from the statute books a cellar and their decanters on the side- Â¬ free State depending upon the votes of a board aud their social glass on the din yery materially lessened summary of the High License Law free church which excludes rum sellers 1 Why should men bo afraid to do the The licensing of parties or corpor- Â¬ ncr table so long may we expect the from membership unless by the disloy Â¬ Now 1 know We have laws that if enforced right for the manufacture and sale of continuance of the saloon ations alty of Christians to their prlnclp e 1 would very speedily prohibit the sale of alcoholic liquors shall be vested in the some of you came here to day to hear me Every dollar spent in your home store 5 As no rum seller ought to be a denounce the open ealoon and to brand intoxicauts They are upon the statute cours adds to the development of the home church member no political patty that Â¬ books of our country All that is need 2 That the Iteulng of such license the saloon keepers as the most iufamous iidustries It helps the growth of the legalize rum selling can be 1b an emphatic demand on the part of clamant men on eaith But I shall not proposes to shall be only to men of good moral town by helping the growth of the in consistently supported by Christian do either However much I may con Attire people for their proper and speedy charact r and must be accompanied by dividual for we are all more or less dimu the siloon and the saloon keeper votes How many people ate asufflcient bond enforcement dependent upon each other The great The church of 3 tthere in Cloverport who are in favor of Tie Hceme fee shall range from l biiieve u it were not lor some men the exponent of the Lord Jtsus Christ is trade centers pay tribute to the big God on earth The abolishing the curse from our midst I 100 to 500 according to the ratio ot who never get drunk and who are never stock We are keeping careful track saloon is tho exponent of the devil seen going into a saloon but who regu v am speaking towivts whose husbands population of your wants and constantly adding How is the Church witntsslng for God to the stock to meet them Now dont 4 are complete wrecks and to mothers The revenue thus derived shall larly have their liquors at home theio to day Are there not strong indications would be no saloons in Cloverport to day fail to give me a call All manner of whoso sons are far on the way to ruin be divided between the city and state - and to sister produce taken in exchange for goods It - ju t as great a sin for the respectable that in many cases the distinction be- Â¬ whose brothers breath is No liquor shall be sold to iuebri 5 t tween the Church and the world is so made foul by the poison imbibed at the ates or ininois or on Sundays or on church member to take aa a beverage little that unless you put on glasses you his social glass with his friends in the grogshop election da s could never discover which belonged to No saloon shall be located by the secrecy of his own home or czy club 0 We read with Interest of the crusades Mr Chas A Pahr Clifton Mills ky the Church and which to the world of history but would it not be a crusade side of a church school hospital asylum room es it is for some of these good for 1 would to God that every man and symptoms were accompanied byÂ¬ nothing sots to sneak through the back of our thought and ap- Â¬ or college far more worthy severe pains in the head I took sevwoman in this town now in the various eral kinds of medicines recommended 7 The penalties for the violation of door of a saloon and ask the bartender to probation if every uoble miuded cltlz n churches were free from the blighting for catarrh and used various local ap- Â¬ Mvere to arise in solid phalanx and with this law shall be a fine not exceeding hand over trie counter several glasses ot plications but the had become the tire water that will soon madden lufl jences of the monster evil and could so deep seated that diseasehad no double quick step march up to the 1000 they effect come out in clear and unmistakable op- Â¬ I was alarmed at tuy conNow I want to fay that this sounds his bruin aud send him out reeling on our city and demand of our whatever throne of position and unfurl the banner of King dition as I knew Una disease invari city fathers in the name of right and p etty well but It wont work There is the street You know you are falling in Jesus until it shall fl mt in b atity and ably descended lunys purity in the name of noble manhood more lquor d unk to day than ever be- Â¬ your duty as a Jliriutlau and as a moral strength over awry place tl ut is now in consumption tot the induced endliiff wan seJSrE to take and womanhood that this evil be stop Â¬ fore in the history of the world We citiz m and until you have stopped for- Â¬ I ursid by the sale of King alcohol May a S S Swif tn Specific and after two ever the use ot alcoholic liquors as a months I was perfectly well and is on the Lords sidtt let have been having c ur high license ped Who God hi Ip us in the fight egdnst uur have never felt tiny effects of the 100 WALTHAM COMET BICYCLE hi in come unto me even if it bo Gid and our low license now for years and bfcongo your mouth Is closed and your grt atest foe disease siucc instead of lesalnylug the sale of intoxi hands are tied and you are because of eana three hundred S S S Is the onlv blood remedy MODEL A 1007 Now dout say ihla is getting too near cants it is steadily aud with alarming vour Influence throwing h barrier in the Tne loiigwr jou in glecU cold the hard which It is Impossible to imitate There Is a substitute for mos of them for borne that we could stand it all right rapidity lucreeslug just as the word li Â¬ way of all temperance return or It ia to net rid of it The very first Let me give you some of the fruits as symptom should be met with dose of they are all alike --contain the same These popular wheels have the patent three ball bearings and indeed would rise up in holy In- - cense would Indicate Now let us look a Ingredients and ire made In the same they constantly come to maturity from Dr LlellB dignatlon if he was appealing to us to at this license law for a lav moments Wnltlmiu Masst Western Salesroom i6j Maulsou Street Iinu Tar llonny This famous manner Hut there is no substitute Chicago III where the wheels may be examined at any help the massacred Americans or to in the first place it simply claims to the euormouB plant the whisky trufliu rem dy will cure it wlit tler of long or for S S R aa it is in every way dif Â¬ he fire persons sending the llSw J words formed from the six Ave tougcit lists of ferent from every other blood remedy KHOUSII starving tuillioua of India but when he regulate an existing evil by giving to I quote from auulher letters lu the short standing offered to the public It is natures own of the popular mamslne THK OWL by MAY name Â¬ 1 It makes men Bpend money reckless ttalks of enforcing existing laws for the it the sanction of law and thereby glv 897 The Owl lliblishlng Co will ud one ot these IB remedy being made from roots and su peril bicycles Use no letter twice In the same word and herbs gathered from the forests and salvation of that poor wayward boy or ing to it the semblance of respectability ly Jt makes ineu idlers It rotw men omit proper names and abbreviations To enter contest SHOOTING AT HAWESVILLE you contains not a particlo of mercury subscribe for TIIK OWL for one year Price Jiitftband of mine somehow or other 1 the same as any other kind of business of time more precious than money It SO cents nRem It bv p CY unn potash or other drug It Is not a drug Yes Be sure and mention this paper Should there be more than five persons It does not seek the complete overthrow steals a mane senses It changes him dout have the same enthusiasm store remedy and not u single Ingredi Â¬ sendlntr and of the whole trafllc a loving husband and father into a John Howard Shoots Henry Johnion ent can be obtained from a chemists tiom y friend you can give your money re maueu Address TH E OWL Uulon Square New York City For Writlnj a Noto to Hi shop 8 S 8 Swifts Specific is the In the stcond place Jt is aiming at an tyrant Iuobs him ot manly nsptct at offer you prayers for the starving perse Â¬ only blood remedy which U guaran Â¬ inswvwuirurt8AieoNALLNEWSTANDS PRICE 5 CENT cuted million in heatheadombut come impossibility It says in so many words home and among friends aud stiangeis Wife teed to be Jiow you oaat afford to give one ont or that it will pot the management ot the It develops self di gradation It leads a The Hawesvllle Clarion in a supple Â¬ safer ase prayer or that brother or ten liquor business into the hands of man into low vicious Uies aad habits moral and reputable men indeed It will make an honeet bum a dlfaoet ment issued at 5 oclock Satarday morn feet Beebaud or father whole dying la At a late hour last evening All others are founded on mercury aad tfea ejttMwe of the werlde trwrteat Whwithe law in the very next sentence tyrant It will make a Bias a deeeiver ing says soa ao sia ays a abali sot be located near liar and thief It will decoy bin into W er nur rt glar lasae had none to press potash i Hev Peep seated and obstinate blood in- - a BeiweJ a Oweb a College an Hoe- - gambling and gambling Into wIhm It a shooting affray oowrred at the foot of troubles o ldpWWtetWe such as Cancer Sorofula will fetter rnurul Infidelity and turu J tftmm afreet opposite the depot In Catarrh Rheumatism bwt yo way pital ad AayltMB eig w Eczema Coa ia the third plaee it give the right to out fifet eaji llbefiioe It k the pwwt hleh one leury Johnson colored an tagletta Blood Poison etc which oth Â¬ Ittolwvto IMpx yHiiHut er nsMdlN do not reach yield raadll i WIm 4Mir X haw this t HUipIoyM of the TrxW Kallaay whose pwulm ytm m the autke druakawis wkiowa aUuluais or of puveity and it A it I hU tb tWa watlve powers of S S r jmI Ifaey jka a aad IsubtttiWa i l iu the Yisry tt ia surr to hmIm yennbewiila ami teaaifia ItoMM U U HWwmmhI Va was atiely m IfiB fl- laa liuwul atari wMn macaioi tfcef Mil Mte www Mmmm aautll to ia MtatMlMW it aajw win SrS I rSFBJBBJ WiSa JiFYSB atari m MaiMa ir Atlanta O -- 4b Hyssiftt Ce bain kaiU aaaw talk mmd kaaaia amj nil to Um wt 9l Mw Uswui mimi It it wtp paaa ppjaMw 1 TKUUi Breckenridge News Tfrm BREOKENRIDGB NEWS QUOVRRPORI JY lANDY CATHARTIC abcCrVto 7I For Sale HORSES AND V4 r i rtAll7f 7irnrri5JJ Â¬ MULES Â¬ Â¬ For further information write to CHAS KIEDEL 1 Â¬ Â¬ Holt Ky - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ jitioi5 fl Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ w THE SUN N WINTERSIfflTHS Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Ofasive Â¬ Catarrh c H U u R The Sunday Sun Â¬ There are other Pebbles on the Beach WWWWJJWWJ5ei SSeiSSiliHiio3WWK The World Afterwards HOME FIRST led Â¬ I- CHARLES RADENHEIMER Â¬ Â¬ 11 UERES YOUR OPPORTUNITY BOYS AND GIRLS Â¬ For FIFTY CENTS -- Purely Vegetable iinim un tsusutit nmunair j TtJ ltty WnmMUL BSBBJSHSBTW RYANT TKAtT g 0m0Hmt JJlftl v T1 w iHMyf J BftlCXIHRIDGE WJTOKJW5AY BWS v mmmrmwx to w yr V -- ii ffilMiiffl 3 Y NEWS 14 1897 AlJtIL TXOLX J6IXATXAX MtllJCMpUf m tke la Xm4 Mr Eixve It Primary Wrtal aril right tn reply to Mr Jwwa w written by the brain and beartta Ms who is in downright wroeg very wrong in as Mnwet ramlBg sad hinting that your Uncle Jobsathan was feeling his way to a posÂ¬ sible Domination on tho ticket of those who will attempt to overthrow at the pelte in November the Democratic standard-bearers of tho lato disgraceful prl isary I am not a prospective candidate I want no office tho good people of Meade might be willing to give me but I earn estly hope that a ticket composed of good men will be nominated for all the offices in Meade county men who love and honor tho womanhood and the boys the coming men of our county and who will be too true too just too gallaut to pain distress or break tho hearts of the one or debauch the minds of the other I think a ticket of such men could bo put up by the good citizens of Meade county and elected too And no one should labor harder to bring about this happy result than Mrs Brandenburg Let honesty fairness and sobriety triumph over dishonesty drunkenness debauchery and rowdyism Mrs Brandenburg you have too good a heart and too much love for our little ones and the dear sweet babies to apologize for or help elect to office men who at every recuring election cruelly and unblushlngly do all in their power to poison the atmosphero in which these little ones must grow up and surround their in nocenco with such demoralizing and vicious examples Itemember my dear lady that the babies of the good mothers in this pnrt of Meade county nro as dear to them as are the sweet little tots you tell us so much about in Bran- Â¬ denburg are to their mothers Think of it how bad how dangerous it is for these little sensitive minds to see their older brothers or their papas come home under the influence of too much of the Democratic candidates Oh bo joyful It Is not enough to say the candidates are disgusted at thomselves and are sorry for their shamful conduct The more the question is agitated and the more apparent becomes tho purpose of the people to defeat the nominees of tho primary election the more disgusted the said nominees will become and the the more heartily Borry for their sin But their sorrow will be natural sorrow and will avail them nothing They are beginning to be sorrow for their conduct now not because of the evil they have done but because they fear they are go- Â¬ ing to be beaten There never was a criminal yet who did not begin to be sorry for his sin when he precelved ho was going to be punished for it Dont appoligize for them Mrs Brandenburg let the justly indig Â¬ nant and outraged people of the county punish them for their crimes against in- Â¬ nocence sobriety and tho ballot The late primary is not the first election in which whisky was used by a great many Let us not try to palliate the oQence of these men against public morals by saying It has simply become a custom to dispense of the 0 be joyful and it is carried to excess almost unconsciously Ah every one of those Democratic candidates who had his saddle pockets and coat pockets bulging out with bottles of the red liquor was entirely conscious of the fact that the dispen- Â¬ sation of the poisonous stuff was solely and alone for the purposo of getting Yotes The most charitable view it is possible to take of their course is that they endeavored to make up in whisky what they lacked in merit Mrs Brandenburg you say Its a fearful stigma on our country Yes its a stigma an odious a foul blot on the countrys name and I entreat you to use your facile pen to assist in washing it out In November We can moralize ever so much saying If such and such societies and churches would do such and such things such and such results would happen but mor- Â¬ alizing alone will not bring about any preceptible results If all the churches were temperance societies and we had no others one half the population would still bo outside We want more temperance people than even the churches can supply Bishop Spalding of Peoria 111 some time ago said Mark my words the saloon in America has become a public nuisance Tho liquor trade by meddling with politics and corrupting politics has become a men ace and a danger Those who think and those who love America and those who love liberty are going to bring this moral question into politics more and more Brave words theso and from a brave and true man Shall we listen to such warning words of truth and wisdom and heed them or shall wo hear and apÂ¬ plaud the words of the candidate who when reproached for his methods ans Â¬ wers with a leer between his teetli and a quid of tobacco Its good grog Every father in Meade county who loves his boys should take a solemn vow that at the coming November election he will do every thing in his power to defeat for ofllce the men who Juve deae so much to make drunkards of kts seen and the sons of his neighbors Let party ties go to hallfax When ever party ties are leading us counter to the tittfl intsresta of the community and society let party tit be broken He Is a h1 coward wko cannot abandon any party when the jatemt of the the home ami soeiety demand It net a mtwaber of Ute Fieblbittoa I an party aad I was set writing in Ute inter Â¬ est cf tbat pHy r at aay etitar party partiaa at all bat aaly a plain aittMM who woakl Hke to daaawe beetiuffl offal tbia Mb Mfisg Uaele Je4ntliHs Br4ebtirg was bt Â¬ wtmld llfca to burn into the minds aad hearts of tho voters They are from the Tho Bible and speak of drunkards Lord will not spare him but then the anger of tho Lord and Ills jealousy shall smoke against that man and all tho curses that are written in this book shall He upon him and tho Lord shall blot For out his name from under heaven the congregation of hypocrite shall be desolate and lire shall consume the taber St Paul says no nacles of bribery drunkard shall inherit tho Kingdom of heaven Then what aro we to think of those men who at every returning election do bo much toincreaso thenumber of drunk- Â¬ ards If the drunkard shall not inherit the kingdom of heaven whnt shall bo the fate of him who makes drunkards I have no personal 111 will against the Democratic nominees I bear them no malice Its their scandalous conduct that I protest against and wish to help punish Its true we cannot fittingly punish their practices and methods with Â¬ out punishing them But its for their own good as well as for the good of the community and in the interest of public morals that they should all be defeated The way to break up bad practices is to break thorn up and do it now not at some future time Yours in tho interest of pare elections Unclk Joiinatjian Mrs Samuel Stamm of Loganton Pa bore her thirty four years of Buffering THR BRKOKRNRIBQK NRWS OLOYKRPORT KY A COLONY OF EXILES An Abscess liTit GIXTY YFAR3 A vV MMMMfMMtKarraatvuntff - HHKVfii V J aadiaa - - V QUEEN Color A HOME IN GEORGIA FOR 0PPRE8SCD ARMENIANS The riillnnthrnpia Vrnjcct of Film M Moors of Chicago In Which Itooth Tnckcr la Alio Interested A Commu Â¬ nity or Sninll Farmer A colony of exiled Arnicninus lias been founded in Georgia mid 80 indi Â¬ viduals of this jwrsccuted rnco were recently installed on n tract of 300 acres of land located on tho lino of tho SouthÂ¬ Â¬ In the Stomach CausocJ Creat Vns Conflnod to tha Sufferlng Bed But Now Ablo to Work In October ISOj t bnd nn nluccs in ray BtomaCh Iwai also taken Willi pleuÂ¬ Â¬ with courage and fortitude Her trouble was rheumatism in the knee In conse quence her limb had become so stiff that she could hardly walk Mr Stamm is a merchant and had spared no pains or expense to relieve her but with little success until one night when it grew so painful thai she could hardly endure it he persuaded her to try Cham- Â¬ berlains Pain Balm The e Hsd was magical The first application relieved tho pain and its continued use has re moved all stiffness and given her tho free use of her limb once more If you have friends who are troubled with rheu- Â¬ matism Insist on their giving this rem- Â¬ edy a trial You can do them no great- Â¬ er favor as it is sure to give prompt re- Â¬ lief and if they are a little patient it will effect a cure Forjsale at 25 and 50 cents per bottle by A It Fisher Druggist well-to-do ern railroad near Eastman It is wholly through tho libcrnllty of Mr Silas II Moore of Chicago that this asylum for n band of most unfortunato people has been opened up There is room for many more expatriated Armcuians iu Georgia aud it is expected that this colony will bo only a nucleus for a much Inrgcr ono as it is intended to rcscuo from tho clutches of tho bloodthirsty sultan a many Armenians as possible Mr Moore is greatly interested in tho work of helping this Buffering people His daughter is tho wife of Rev S O Gates a missionary stationed at Khar put Turkey Mr Moore is president of the Armenian Belief association but this enterprise is u distinct nnd separate ono in which ho has tho associated aid of a number of prominent workers in the field of religious philanthropy among them being Commander Booth Tucker of tho Salvation Army Tho laud wheh tho colony occupies was formerly a lumbering district heavily wooded with pine but tho trees havo all been cut down The houses oc- Â¬ cupied by tho lumber company eomo 80 iu number aro still standing and will A few bo utilized by the refugees months ago Mr Mooro secured tho land at a very low price and his proposition to uso it for tho purpose of founding on Armenian colony was greeted with enthusiasm There wero about 20 Ar- Â¬ menian families iu Chicago who lind fled from Turkey and the relief asso ciation bad becu able to find no placo for them Mr Moores plan is to turn over to each family n plot of from 5 to 25 acres nccordiug to their ability to cultivate it For tho first year the colonists will bo Â¬ 1 was risy and coughed very badly treated by phyntcfin hut did not Improve I gave up nil hopo of ever grtltng well My rljht side was swollen and 1 was not ablo to walk ncrosi tho room and was confined to my bod I was advised to try floods Samaparllla and began talcing it In three days 1 could aco a chango for tho better 1 kept on taking Hoods Barsaparilla until I had taken four bot- Â¬ tles and continued to Improve I am now able to do ft good days work on the farm M B Manm Demomlllc Kentucky Soon to Itesla Celebration In ami Other to 1 ollotr Them Queen Victoria lorn In 1811 is by no mcuris tho oldtst ot living monarch Tho king of Denmark or potcutnteH Christian IX it ono year older Thoro aro thrco German sovcrolgus older thnn Queen Victoria nnd Popff Leo XIII wos 0 years old when CJnc en Victoria was born Dut iu risjicct of tho duration of her reign Queen Victoria is tho oldest living of fcovrrelgns for sho ascended tho throno of Great Britain in 187 and on Juno 20 next will compcto tho six Â¬ tieth year of her reign Tho next oldest of lie sovcroigUHof tho world Is Francis Joseph of Austria Hungary who as Â¬ cended tho throno in Vienna in 1818 Sitty years relgu for ono monarch is an unusual thing oven in England HrCfl SarsaparilaB 31 six for S5 fi sold by druggists whero revolutions havo been rare and where tho present royal family is of great longevity Georgo I reigned 13 years 50 Georgo Lowell Mass Prepared only byC I Hood e Co Oct Hoods nnd only Hoods are the best after dinner it S pills aid digestion zsc FlOOU t FlllS Tho Faililonable Clotlii Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tbcro is every indication that lino qualities of French and German broad- Â¬ cloth aud Venetian and ladios cloth will bo in great use during tho full mid winter for on tiro costumes princess dresses rcdingotos capes and jackets Tho finish of theso textilos this year is tho finest that has ovor bcon producod Amazon cloth is another fashiouablo goods differ from Theso material broadcloth in having n semitwillod snr fnco which is not distinct and which doei not permit of tho lustrous finish characteristic of the high grado broadSILAS M MOOfiF cloths Thuj aro from 50 to 54 inulics allowed to live on tho laud rent free wido and cost from 140 to 175 a and at tho cud of that time they will bo yard Tho tasto for soft delicato woolgiven an opportunity to purchaso their ens liko India cashmere aud honriotta farms at tho actual cost to Mr Mooro cloth is never wholly lost although by paying annual installments The roil their attractions may bo temporarily ob in tho regiou is very fertile and tho scured by tho more pronounced novelty clinmto is as near to that of their native of rough shaggy crinkled or repped country as could bo found Tho Ar Â¬ goods uot n few of which aro rather de- Â¬ menians are naturally au agricultural to durability as many have people uud although they will hnvo to ceptive as discovered Tho rcfluoineut that is char- Â¬ learn new methods it is expected they acteristic of these soft woolens now will eventually becomo fairly prosperous marks tho fashionable dyes among tex- Â¬ farmers for they aro u frugal industri New York Corre- Â¬ ous pooplo of simplo tnstes Thoy nro tiles noted above spondent imitative too aud will bo quick to Whether its a stubborn cold or just a adopt tho methods of American farmers Tln y incko good citizens for they nro of sniffle you can cure it for good with Dr peaceablo disposition and temperato Bells Pine Tar Honey This famous habits remedy taken in time will stop the prog- Â¬ The business manager of the colony ress of consumption and bring the color Rev Garabcd M Manavian is a native of Armeuin but lias been in this counof health to the pallid cheek try for six years Ho Is just the man for the position for ho has the confidence The Man Who Wants to Hot Tho man who wants to bet is unfor- Â¬ of tho colotiista to begin witli and knows tunately extant with no hopo of his thoir needs and capabilities bettor than impoundment Tho man who wants to one of a straugo race Ho is a young hot is vigorous aud thero is no reason man and before coming to tho United States recolved u good education at Eu- Â¬ to beliovo that ho will dio young Thero is a way of treatiug this ovil phrates college iu Kharput afterward successfully jnst ono way That is by actiug as teacher iu Smyrna and in- Â¬ tho Salt Lako method Once in a cam Â¬ structor in the college at which ho was graduated paign in which John M Young was inUpon reaching America he went to terested n manwho looked as though ho might hmo been an understudy for Chicago and entered the Chicago Theoa corn doctor worked his way into tho logical seminary where he prepared for For four years ho was crowd aud at a fitting tinio cried out tiie ministry that ho would bet 10000 that Judge pastor of tho Armenian settlement at Lanoy would not bo re elected polico Waukegan and at the same time ho magistrate John M Young was chief continued his theological Btndies at the Two years ago of polico and Lauey was a frioud of Lake Forest university his aud so bo took this offer as u sort ho received n call from tho First Conof political insult to tho old flag Ho gregational church of Kharput but lie know tho mau was bluffing aud so ho declined to return to a place whoro ho wont over to his ofllco whoro thoro was would bo under Turkibh rule Tho Rev about ten pounds of confiscated counter- Â¬ Mr Manavian visited thositoof tho col- Â¬ feit bank notes and shortly uf tor appear Â¬ ony not long ago to mako arrangements for tho reception of tho settlers and then ed unto tho betting man returned to Chicago to net ns guido iu ho said Theres your HCjOOO leading tho exiles to their now home Now you put up Tho colonization company Is still in Tho man who wanted to hot turned said Mr palo aud tried to temporize his way out tho process of formation Moore recently Several other men of it but Young meant business You wanted to hot aud you have have interested themselves in it and we need all the help we can get My daughgot to hot ho said Put up At this tho confession was inado by ter Mrs Gates is at home assisting In thosportiug giant thut his wealth would the work but when the colony Is ouco not amount to that figure To provo it fairly started sho will return to her sta- Â¬ tion In Kharput Wo expect to send ho shamefacedly drew nut 746 and de clared that it iu honesty was all ho many more families down there if tho owned in tho world Thou tho hof t of project turns out successfully and I do not seo why it should not Tho location Youngs purpose was rovealcd is well suited to them and I do not ho said Well fix it this way You can put that 745 against thit doubt that they will flud farming in bnnch of inonoy aud that will leave that region profitable If they do not you 100255 to uaako up Tho county and offer living on the ground for a jail credits prisouors with 1 n day when year decide that they do not wish to thoy serve terms Ill just tako you in remain 1 shall be pleased to keep the for vagrancy mid I thluk Judge Lanoy laud There is little chauce however of the will see his way clear to helping you to make your bet good Aud tho mau Armenians being dissatisfied for at the who was so vehement in his desire to present time they are homeless wander put up n fortune was hurried before ers who although thoy have escaped Judge Lauey mid if something has not the swoid of tho cruel Kurd are help- Â¬ happened sinco tho admission of Utah less aud among straugers S C Sciienck as a stuto ho is still over in tho jail iu South Second street with ovor SO years of sorvitudo ahead of him Chicago Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Rare Embroidery Perhaps tho most accomplished do signcr andnecdlowoman in tho world is Mmo St George who has churgo of tho classes iu tho government art school of embroidery ot Vienna This institu Â¬ tion is tho glory of tho Austrian capital Tho cutiro coursoof Instruction which Is free lasts flvoycars but runny pupils leavo after two or thrco yenrs especially ladles who do not intend to mako art work a profession and nro sat Â¬ isfied with knowing tho rudiments of cither lnco v ork or art embroidery for e ory year bus its special course Every years couwo has its special room nnd iustructrci s nnd tho pupils cannot go from one to the othir until tho yoar ex Â¬ pires Tho pupils of tho last years courto weic busily mending n ningn lucent canopy the w oik of Lmprcss Ma ria Theresa An idcu may bo formed of tho magnitude of tho tusk when it is said that ten girls under Mma St hud been Georges Miperintciidonco working at it for ten years ahcidy and sho expected it would take ho yenri more to eompleto it Every kind of cm including Persian Indian broidery Japancso Turkish etc is douo hero and tho visitor is ustonished to see some beautiful samples of tho nnn duty or spiders web mado by the Guariui women of Puraguny and rarely seen iu Europo This luce is mado of the fiber of the nloo uiid is so flue that it is mado iusfdo of tho huts with tho door shut so that not tho least breath of wind can touch it Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The example of V W Brewpr jusic of the peace and a prominont citben of Sun Mt Jenett Irf is worthy of emulation I never leave homo without He says To Cure A Cold In One Day a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera Take Laxativo Bromo Quinine Tablets and Diarrhea Remedy and always recom- Â¬ mend it to my friends It is the best J All Druggists refund the money it it falls ever used and never f tils to give imme to Cure 25c For Sale by R A Sholl man Stephonsport Ky Fo- - sale by A R Fisher diate relief Druggist India Hoard of Specie For a long period of years India hns bcou characterized as a of siukholo the precious metals or in other words there lias been for many yeurs a con tinuous How of tho prrcicus metals gold and sivcr into ludlo where they havo to a largo extent disappeared un doubtedly by burial underground for the purport of hoarding aud concealment Tho motivo for this under the mogul uud uativo rulers was unquestionably to cscupo direct plunder or con- Â¬ fiscation but under British rule theso hoards amounting unquestionably to many hundreds of millions are Uot tax Â¬ ed mainly by reason of thoir inaccessi- Â¬ bility aud pnrtly by tho recognized pol ioy of tho government to avoid direct taxation of nctivo capital aud encour nge by making safo its employment the tendency of these buried treasures to como to light aud enter into the channels of trade That this policy has been a wiso one is shown by tho fact that within recent years thero has been an increasing dis Â¬ position on tho part of tho Indiau own Â¬ ers of concealed treasures especially tho Indian priucos or rajahs to withdraw thorn from thoir hoarding pluces nnd Invest them in government bonds or other desirablo interest boariug se curities and in this way a vory great addition to tho worlds active stock the money metals may bo anticipated in the perhaps not distant future Popu lar Soience Monthly Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ years 0 mouths Georgo IV 10 yenrs William IV 7 years Edward HI CO Henry VIII 08 years yeurs Mary 5 years Elizabeth 44 years In honor of th6 queens CO years1 reign many patriotio Englishmen are nl ready preparing celebrations nnd festivities designed to show tho Increase of Eng lauds influence nnd her progress in commcrco mid tho mechanical arts slnco 1837 Great preparations havo been mado for tho International electrical and engineering exhibition nt Nowcastle-on-Tyn- e Tho progress and development in olcctricnl md other branches of industry slnco 1897 will bo illustrated there Nowrrstlo Is t ell chosen for this pur Â¬ poso bccaucc nc t only is it n grcnt cen ter of mauuiiic hiring industry but it is representative of many of Uioho interests which havo frown most notably sinco 18 7 Beginning in April a similar xhibitiou viHLo hold nt Blackpool This cxhltibiou will bo loss roprescutu tivoof tho nicchuuiiiil udvanco in Eng Â¬ land than of the plow th of tho country Sinco 1837 tho in- in other dirceiiths tcuso In the pcpi lation of England in jlooing Wulrs h Jbcen from 15000000 to 20000000 ibo pnpnlatiou of Scot- Â¬ land in 1BU7 wns 2700000 nnd h now 4000000 but Irelaud which had at that timo n population of 8000000 has now only 4700000 From 1837 to 1807 tho population of London bus inu cased from 1700000 to 5000000 Liverpool has grown from 200000 to 000000 Manchester from 220000 to 405000 nnd Nowcastlo where tho first of tho colcbrations is to bo hold from 08000 to 190000 Tho commcrco of England has increased in even greater ratio and tho material wcalthcif England hatnuoro than doubled during tho 10 years But tho valao of land particularly agricultural land out- Â¬ side of tho great cities is less now than it wrts CO years npo and tho fulling off Is so great us to offset oven tho iucrcaso In somo of tho largo cities Now York II 113 years Georgo III Forelgu pin togmpheri nro rlill ex amining md iMumlng with rxtremo Interest the colon il pit lures produced by M Villcdicn Uiiuwigno They can- Â¬ not uuderstnud liuw tho results thoy sen can possibly bo attained in tho way tho inventor pays nnd yet ns thoy havo been allowed to watch tho development of plates by tho now process thoy nro equally unwilling to admit that thero is uny trickery in thcroattcr Thq latest description of how tho work Is dono says that n silver print is made from an or- Â¬ dinary negative Id tho usual way but ou a specially prepared albumenized pa- Â¬ per This priht Is first covered with a colorless liquid which may bo called tho mordant Then thrco dyes in solution a criiUHcn red a grass green and a deep bluo nro applied ono after tho other This has to bo dono in bright daylight Tho bluo dyo first fakes hold of thoso portions of tho surface which represent mouochroiuo blues in tho original For instance a china vnfso will tako tho blue tint aud a fnco or hands n faint amount of tho same color Tho green dyo is then applied nnd tho greens in tho origiual mako their nppcarnnco iu tho positive and so with tho red Filially tho print or positive presents n picture in colors underlying which Is tho dork brown sll Tor Image It appears as if tho imago took up selectively theso Ihreo colors but why it takes them up it is hard to seo Others than tho inventor hnvo been supplied by him with tho mysterious solutions and aro ablo to produco results ns good as he shows proving conclu rhcly that the coloring is not dono by baud v They nro so small that the most sensi tive persons take them they are so effective that the most obstinate bases of constipation headache and torpid liver yield to them That is why De Witts Little Early Risers are known as tho famous llttlopllls Short A Haynes Â¬ TiottcTphy THE WIDDER WHARTOH Iter Van Wih Oiiiip lut There Seem t to tin Ollii rn A conploof niilca went of FralrldGMy I wan overtaken by ft mnn on horitebw who Informed mo that thoro liRd bs an acoidcut In the town by which a had been killrd and that lid wiW on his way to break iho sad nowa to l widow Sho occupied n dngont aboat a mile farther on and as wo reached 14 placo wo found her sitting on an of box nt tho door and pulling away t b pipe Sho gavo us a nod and a look of inquiry nnd tho man with tho iow fnl nowsoltinrcd his throat and blewbto noso and finally said i Mrs Wharton in tho midst of IM wo nr6 in death asked Hw w Whnt you drlvln at man as sho gavb him a sharp looMig fj ovor Wo nro hero today and gono tomor Wo conioth up m ror ho continued n flower on J nro cut down she deÂ¬ Whos goln toiuorrer If you think I am yoave manded made a mistake Whata tho matter with you stranger got cramps or sua thin Mrs Wharton I am tho bearer ot nows Waal what is it Ita bud news Lctcr i omo and dont bo beatin all around tho bush Is taxes goiu to b f r 1 higher not that Got to give our lands back to the Injuns No JMO- - - Judgment day comin purty BOmY No Widdcr Wharton wo know hot What a day may bring forth Waal 4 Wo aro a wife in tho rtoruin and a at night aud sich Is life widdor t Special Low Rates to New York and Return On account of Grants Monument Ceremonial For this occasion which nil occur April 27th 1897 tho B O S W Ry will ivo a special low rate for the round trip tickets good going April 2l to 20 Riturninp good until May 4th For further Information consult ajenta of the B O S W Ry Whos tho widdor Mrs Wharton our husbands CO i i forth go forth ut tho rising of the sun s nnd - and f ra ii IjOOK ncro inistor man saia mo woman as alio rnso up and lifted a hovyon bandy clnh from the oronud gpt nny thin in portjcklerto say to mci- - T A I liny witldor ho answered 111 i iL liml xnuu hjii fei imi ujiu uuu J i uub jjki C fool a Whats happened t Your husband is no woroonthla jg L oarth 1 1 h wf v Why aint ho Ho fell tiglnthe Oauso hes dead saw up nt tho mill this morn In and was v Fine Confections Lunch Stand Good Drinks You can get this abovo Taaff Cos Wost eide court house square CANNED GOODS A cut in two Humph SPECIATY TOM McGILL HARDINSBURG KY dor Wharton may heaven gin you strength to bear up ngin this awful blow nml Seo thorn oritters over by that haystack Wo looked whero sho pointed nnd saw flvo men sitting in tho shailo of a haystack each ono with his faco in his hands and his olbows on his knees Whos them asked tho messenger Oallers sho replied callers to oe it x was ii wiuuuruuik uu inu marry iimi nt least five moro will bo along aforo dark I guess heaven will gin mo strength to bear it and Im much obleoged to you Aud now I must go in and chango my apron und put on my shoes iuid jgticvsi fur n rnali Y-o- Yon mean Dan Yes Gone fur good Gono to a better land I hope s Wid Wt ft ffi r f W A tOJ ui VIS mm Ill I VrtUCEJfS V A3 1 IS f m AJ VMM Jiav 7nMV HHlMMUA sever igmMlwMl JmMivSK tJ llf XifffWWk CoU ixv ead KLYS CREAM TUTTI Unpoalttverare Apply into the roetrll JlliqtiIcUynlworbtil 60 cents at llruzirhtt or ljr mll rnrapes 10c br jnnll ELVBUOTllfcllS M Warren 1 1 New York CUys 4j ZT COX Agent ni - EkronKy Must be Downed High Prices must go or - - iCBSBI3S Submerged Cylinder Deep Well o t u 1 1 TUB The House Upholding Them With Brass Upper and Brass lined Lower Cylinders with latest improved Glass Vnlve Scates for sale by 1 If you have ever aeon a child in th agony of croup you can appreciate tilt gratitude of the mothers who know that One Minute Cough Cute relieves thel little ones as quickly as it is administered Many homes in this city are never Haynes without it Short z II u J 5 1 owSH H w z Wk JyM I Â¬ irf 1 Mi J W Kv Pate Co declared war against High Priced Groceries Clothing Dry Good Boota and Shoes Hats Wall Taper Carpels Matting Trunks OU Cloths and Ac We are deter- mined to place before thaliib- Ho the lowest priced goods they have ever bad occa- Â¬ sion to look at We have prepared for an- other busy season Bead our impres Â¬ sive bargain lift and bear in mind We Will PJV flip Hlffhocr lartof nrlia far B V WOOL EGGS We have 1 Jolly Station Ky hose Thhr Whut Mado Her JIUorable Darllug ho said as ho placed his arm niouud her waist and drew lior tondcrly to his breast why thoso pearly tears Is tho homo that I have brought you to less magulfioent than you expected it would bo Oh n iio sho sobbed It ii g gruudor than I dared to h hope Havo you fouud since our murriago that I am less oxalted than you had supposed mo to bo Oh II Harold you nro a timos more oxalt-t-tc- d than I thought you to b be Stooping down ho kissed away two xttachmt MBw Kl CHICKENS and all COUNTRY PRODUCE - S Y ALSO DEALERS IN Buggies Fertilizers Field Seeds Steel and Paper Roofing Mowers Binders t Shirt Waiit tetacbed collar coon Ulett lecvejot only Nw lino of Iadloi Spring Cpei Ilk taft linc J worth twice tha nuiw we nnlv uV ifWti hSR Our lena of Ladlei Klne Drut Good can not U K- celled any when bdiI at lowilirkM Jf SPC New Spring Brocaded Dim Gwxfc Wool filling at 4 ty i fjt mzw NtwUeklknSiinl ercaleat i 1000 pair LaiUt Hlack How former jtics Ijc to clow them oat quick only A tew more Ulet ofHooiiur Cotlou as im1 it Ki - Record fily Torturing tchlng scaly skin eruptions burns and scalds are soothed at once and promptly hele4 by DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve the beet known cure for pllas Short Haynes NqHm Why bay inferior or deabtful brandy whaa Barebs Pure Appta aaababadao aMraalaatly aad ae akaap T IiaMt i gba Jaare ara two or tfcntf passage Uuttl W aaJ aO 11 IrU MH u UTjwh Fits Cured i Ami RAJownuil s XtHitu WW W H rttXt who Xpilepiy ha without doubt treated aad curÂ¬ ed more cm than any living-- Physician j hS enccaae I aitosWaleg w nave neara oi cam M o yean1 ataadtag oureu oy him Ha publMfceaa VAluabla work ea thlt dis larMi largo tears that wore trembling npon her long graceful lashos aud uod i Has it grieved you to bo taka from your parents and tho ucouos oi your childhood littlo ono No no doar doarost she replied I would g gladly go uny where wwith you Groat hoavenar ho cried in wilu alarm Perhaps you aro ill Toll me is it so sweetheart No she said through n fresh burst of tears it la n not that A look of deep perplexity overspread bis liandBomo visage aad pushing liar baok so that ha aoakl look dowu into her big beautiful taar dimmed ayes ha asked Then Wlwt tha dlakaaa is tha frea Reapers Binder Twine Ti Threshers Clover Hullers Rubber Belting Wia right price LaJlei op Toe Oifrrd at Jut received new Una ifWuH Pdw at New 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