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THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE NEWS THATS KIT TO PRINT K VOL XXII m CLOVERPOKT mo naa suilcrca a paralytic stroKO Tuosday Williams was well knownÂ¬ among river men and had been con nected with river Interests for 40 years Ho Was also ono of Covingtons pioneers Ho loft two sons and flvo daughters JOHN RODERICK MPHERSON DEAD One Time United States Senator From Now KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER if 1897 Royal make NO 12 the food port wholesome and dcllclotM DEATHS INCREASING Yellow WEYLER RECALLED The Spanish Cabinet Has Finally Decided on This Move Â¬ DROUTH BROKEN A Fever in The South Jersey New YonK Oct 0 John Roderick Melhcrson ono timo Democratic leader in Now Jorsoy nnd United States senator from that stato from 187 until 1895 died lato last night at Taylors hotol in Jersoy City Â¬ mi POWDER Absolutely Pure om SAna nwee CO General Break in The Weath- Â¬ er Has at Last Come Growing Quite Serious THIRTY SEVEN CASES AT N 0 ARENAS HIS SUCCESSOR mI Â¬ A GOOD RAIN EVERYWHERE htw vosk And Five Deaths -- Two Deaths And Seven New Cases at Mobile Nine Cases at Edwards Other Places Captain General Blanco Arenas Will Go to Cuba Accompanied by 20000 Reinforcements Madrid Oct 0 Tho cabinot has deupon tho immediate recall of General Woylor from Cuba A decreo will be issued appointing Captain General Blanco Y Arenas Marquis of Pcna Plata governor general of tho island General Blanco will bo accompanied by General Ardorino as vico governor of Cuba by General GonzalePainals as chief of staff and Generals Pando Bcrual and Canclla According to El Hcraldo 20000 rein forcements will accompany General Blanco to Cuba In tho courso of tho cable messago sent by Captain General Woylor to Premier Sagasta placing his post in Cuba at tho disposal of the government ho said If tho functions with which tho government had entrusted mo had been merely thoso of governor general of Cuba I should havo hastened to resign But tho two fold character of my mission and my duty as commander-in-chie- f in tho faco of tho enemy provent my tendering a resignation Nevertheless tlthough I can roly upon tho absoluto unconditional sup port of tho Autonomist and Constitutional parties as well as upon public opinion this would bo insufficient without tho confidence of the government now moro than over necessary to me after tho ccnsnro of which I havo been made tho object by tho mombers and journals of tho Liberal party and by pnblio opinion in tho United States which latter is largely influenced by the former This confidence would bo necessary to enablo me to put an end to tho war whioh has already been virtu ally concluded from our lines at Jucaro to Capo Antonio Sfenor Sagasta roplicd I thank you for your explanation and value your frankness I wish to assuro you that the government recognizes your services and values thouiA8 they deservo but it thinks a chango ot policy in order to succeed requires that tho authorities should bo as ono with the ministry This has nothing to do with tho confidence felt in yon by the gorcrnmont for tho Liberals havo always said that tho responsibility for a given policy docs not fall upon thoso who carry it out but upon the government inspiring it I shall communicate your decision to tho government shortly General Weyler Will Jteslst Itecall New York Oct 9 A dispatch to Tho Herald from Madrid says General Woyler will fight tooth and nail against being romoved from Cuba Ho is trying to terrorize tho Liberal ministry into retaining him in command in Cuba until next Juno and if recalled now ho will ntilizo his influouco over tho army to crcato disturbances in tho peninsula or sell himself to tho CarliBts Weyler Uenlei It Havana Oct 0 General Woyler guvo an emphatic and absoluto denial to tho report that ho would resist re moval from his command in Cuba and under certain conditions might espouse tho Carlist cause cided Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Rain lias Fallen in Eighteen States That Have Suffered From Drouth It Was n Regular Downpour New Orleans Oct 11 The yellow fovcr situation grows no better Dur ing tho past 4 hours tlioro was 37 now cases reported The now cases appeared in various portions of tho city many of being reported in them however houses Nvhero thcro was already in- Â¬ fection Thero wore flvo deaths and in ono ciiso tho fatality occurred not long after tho report of tho caso was brought to tho attention of the board Two of tho deaths wero in Carrollton which relative to population has furnished moro fatal eases than nny locality in tho city Among the now cases is that of Mrs SamjMoll Her husband Dr Sampsell and their- - son were taken ill two or threo days ago and tho infection has spread in tho promises Another physi Â¬ cian is on tho list of now cases Dr Otto Lcrch but ho is not reported to Dr Buruott havo a serious attack nnd Dr Howard Olliphaut arc reported to bo progressing favorably towards re Â¬ covery Among tho now cases is that of A W Road second engineer of the steamship alleda Ho was taken sick on tho vessel and immediately removed to tho Touro infirmary Tho steamer has been disinfected and extra precau- Â¬ tious taken to provent a spread of the fever among others of tho crow Miss Camo Heckor who died yester- Â¬ day was only reported ill Saturday Last night her mother was announced to have yellow fovcr This is tho record of now cases and deaths Â¬ BOUND FOR THE KLONDIKE This scene from a photograph token ns tho Kxcnhior wns about sailing from n typical ono Such Son Frnnclflco with pnssongeM bound for tho Klondike crowds are nlwnyn soon when steamers lenvo tlio piers of San Frnnclsco nnd Seattle Kvery stemncr Is crowded to its utmost cnpiiolty The jxmNcnger list for Alaska show that during tlio first six weeks of tlio Klomllku fever fi50 persons willed from American ports It Is estimated thnt about 2000 lmo gcio via and British Columbia 1 EX SENATOIt MTHEUSOrf Mr McPherson had been staying at tho hotel for over a mouth Ho had not been well for somo timo being sick with intestinal trouble On Tuesday last ho was obliged to take to his bed His condition was not alarming nntil toward tho last Last night heart troublo set in ns a complication and the former senators wifo and daughter who had gono to Washington somo days ago wero tolcgraphed for Mr Mc Pherson sank rapidly and death resulted from heart disease Ex Senator MoPhcrson was born at York Livingston county N Y on May 0 1833 Ho was for a timo en gaged in farming and stockraising Ho became a resident of Jersey City in 1859 In 1871 ho was elected to tho New Jersey senate and served for threo years In 1870 ho was a presidentail elector when tho state went for Tildcn by a largo majority JaH77 ho was elected a United States mTuator to succeed Ho was elected F P Frolinghuysen to a second term as United States senator by tho legislativo assembly in 1883 and to a third term by the legislature of 1889 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ViV Colon DEATHS tober grand jury which has dovoted most of its timo to investigating tho NEW OASES lynching of Click Mitchell with the Mario Gaschenne Dr Otto Lorch indictment purposo of bringing MrJerrys child Miss Leonino Bill against any persons whoanlookjxirt in ihgsVA w Hcffd Miss Coriuno Apps that seusatioual affair made their final Mrs Richard Call Miss Bertha Call Cicero Rosilo Mrs J S Sampsell report to tho common pleas court and Olivo Bohue D W Allen Edward adjourned That portion of tho jurys lcport as Cohen Henry Schwann Julius Sehnei Wo dau Burris Sohneidau Claude Barris folates to tho lynching says Aunito Victor Mrs Leroy Miss Mary havo examined 21 witnesses in tho Call Miss Belle Brown Miss Juanita matter of tho hanging of Charlos MitchCasey Walter Bailey Casoy Joe Mutti ell and aftor a thorough and searching E P Coates John Morom Edward 0 examination have been unable to ascer- Â¬ tain such evidence as would warrant us Ray Davis M Hospel John F Foster John W Emmott Frank Lott Mrs in returning an iudictmont against any person or persous Adolo Benjamin Master Fred O Borr raann Frank Killeala Mrs J P Death of lx Congressinan While Hecker FoitT Wayne Oct 11 Captain REPORT ANOTHER DISCOURAGING James B White tho first Republican Seren New Cases of Yellow Fcvor and Congressman from this Democratic Two Deaths at Mobile district died Saturday afternoon from MpwLEOct 11 Sovon now cases of a shock tho result of an operation for yellow fever two deaths in tills city obstruction of tho bowels Ho came to and ono at Magazine Point threo miles America from Scotland half a century distant and threo recoveries mako ago He was ono of tho organizers of Ho tho National Caledonian tho record for this city for tho past 24 conducted tho largest retail clubs grocery in hours 150 clorks foundtho west employing Tho now cases aro Charles Kirk ed tho Whito National bank Ho loaves land Frank Fox O A MoKellar Wil- Â¬ a largo fortune A widow and four liam Ohioazola J Thornton Bidgood tons all prominent men survlvo him J T Ahrcus and O Snudcr Â¬ Â¬ Armand Ganditz Carrio W Hecker Miss Annie Casolar John McErny Call No LYNCHERS GO FREE Indictments Found For tho Click Mitchell Hanging Uk bana O Oct 8 The regular Oo URBANA DEATHS - W Key West Fla Oct 11 Tho es capo of Evangoliua Oisnoros was ac No Yellow Fever In Montgomery Ala complished by Charles Duval of the Montoomeuy Ala Oct 11 Consid- Â¬ New York Journal and two ot his erable alarm was caused hero in tho Concerning how tho Spanish friend past 24 hours by the report that a mail wero outwitted ho says carrier named Stcpbins had died of yel- Â¬ I have broken the bars of Rccojidas low fever A special meeting of tho and hove set freo tho beautiful captlvo health was held and aftor a board of restoring her to her rclativos No one Dangerously Wounded microscopical examination a statement knows where Evangoliua is now nor was issued by thu board announcing Zanesville 0 Oct 8 Clarence that Stebbius death was duo to pla Â¬ Huth aged 0 years is lying at the homo can Ikuow arrived at Cicufuegos In Septem in til no poisoning from eating canned of his parents dangerously wounded salmon He had not bcon exposed to with littlo hopes of his rocovory Three ber with Joseph Hernandon and Harri con Mallory Tho fact that Miss Cla infection from fever and thero is no or four boys wero shooting at a mark neros was incommunicado mado the reason to supposo that thero is any yel Tho littlo fellow attempt soom at first beyond tho possi with a rovolvor low fover in town wanted to try his luck and his brother bility ot success but we finally succeed Yrllow Fever at Galveston Tex was trying to show hira how when tho ed In sending a note to her through an do Rccojidas Is Galveston Oct 11 Thero aro five weapon was discharged Tho ball en old negress Tho Casa quarter of Ha cases of yellow fever hero and three tered the boys rilit oyo which was located In tho lowest The bullet vana cases that have recovered for tho dis- Â¬ removed by tho doctors A singlo alley 20 foot in width zig could not bo located eased Tho cases are scattered and zags around two sides of tho building Thoy ap seem to have no connection Farduned by the Fresldont opeuiug off in front of tho main build pear to have developed in a quite con Portsmouth O Oct 11 A donguo gram was rocelvod hero announcing tela ing Reaching the jail a ladder was fusing way and are mixed with tho fever thrown to tho roof pf tho Rocojidas final pardon by tho prcsidout of J M ELECTRIC CAR HELD UP Wall ex caslilor of the Farmers Na- Two men were loft on the azotca of the while the Wall was sentenced to jail drawbridgo third was loft to guard Men NueccstfiiUjr Hob tional bank Two Masked tho penitentiary for flvo years last the escape We and handlo our means Thirty Five Fassengers crept softly across the tho fedoral ot spring by Judgo Portland Or Oct 11 A car on court Cincinnati Sago of his plea of roof to the window Miss Cisueros had upon the Oregon City elcctrio line was held guilty Ho had been indicted for per indicated and saw her standing bofore np by two masked men at Meldrum sta- jury in making falso statements of the it Bidding her to be quiet we startod tion four milos from Oregon City about condition of tho bank tho indiotmout at onco cutting through iron bars be twoeu her and liberty At last a stir in 7 oclock last night Thero wore 83 containing 47 counts the room warned us we had better re passengers on board and the highway Â¬ tiro which wo did promising to return Kentucky Dank llobbed men weut through the poekets of all of followiug Mokoanfield Ky Oct 8 Thieves the Tho samenight them goting about 90 The motor journey entered tho office of the Union County again made lioperilous night and was man slowed down whon he camo to tho next we bank yesterday during tho lunch hour were soon in front of Oisnoros window witch at Meldrum station One of tho 3000 in ourronoy This timo tho bars were out and drawn robbers jumped on tho front of the car nud secured ovor and with a revolver in his hand or which was left in tho cash drawer up making an oponlng through whlob dtrod tho motormau to stop tho car When the bank officials roturnod they we drew tiio fair prisoner Tho trif climbed on the found tho drawer had been rifled The across tho swaying ladder was made in while the socoud robber vault was closed aid looked so the safety and wo quickly made our way rear end Conductor John Anderson stepped in Â¬ thieves had no obanco to get the money to the street and wero soon dashing in it without detection The robbers away in the carriago which had been in side and quiokly turned out tho lights but he was held n prisoner by the man mado good thoir escape leaving no olew waiting We hurriod to the wharves aud put her on board a Ward line on tho roar platform who stood guard behind thorn steamer for tho United Statos and free Â¬ with a rovolver Tho robbor who board Attempt to Hob a Dsnk ed tho car in front made tho inotorman Sphisos O Oct 8 Two dom Green go iusido and then ho quietly searched CONSULS APPOINTED mado eoh passenger joking as ho went masked burglars bank an unsuccessful hero but were Three Newspaper plan HeeogaUsd by the through tho car Many of the passen attempt to rob a gers put their monoy and valuables in discovered by Night Watchman Bris lrsiUsiit their shoes or dropped them on tho toll whom thoy attaoked with a billy Wasiiinoto Oct 8 The president Boor The officer nnd men oxohanged about 20 has appointed th followiug consuls of hots noue taking effect the men ea the United State r Death or an 014 Klvar Captain Tiffin in a stolen rig RmTsi Fleming of Ohio at Edinburgh Oct 8 Captain capiug toward OovwtOTpN Ky whbh they abandoned north of th Scotland 71 of this eitr city The police have a full Jmom H Willi M W W Ashbyot VotiVk V bAUTburtdAjritt low dlsd floa Mid are now looking for iMm Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ Jcsso Patcher Georgo L Brown Tho death at Magazine Point was Max Sommoler Total cases 121 deaths 20 recover- Â¬ ies CO remaining under treatmont 80 Ohio Illver Very Low 8 Oct Nowhere is thoro rain From ovorywhero comes Cincinnati tho report of tho falling away of the river by inches Boating is uo longer pleannrablo but on tho contrary is irk- Â¬ some not to say hazardous with even tho smallest of boats From Pittsburg to Portsmouth thero is but a ono foot stage 2B at Portsmouth and 38 at Cincinnati Only once in 20 years has tho water been lower in tho Ohio than now Then it was only three fourths of an inch lower WHERE IS SHE NOW How MWi Clmeros Iacaned from Cuban lrison the FIRE ATCHISON KANSAS Edward Nyo at Danville Ills at Hankow China Flourlnc 31111s Warehouse Stores and Samuel A MnoAUlster of Delaware Other Troporty Ilcstroycd at Barbuloes West Indies 11 Oct Fire which Atchison nro Tho lint threo appointment tarted at 2 30 oclock yesterday mornnewspaper mon Mr Fleming being managing editor of tho Cincinnati ing destroyed tho flouring mill and Times Star Mr Ashby being Washing warehouse of John M Cain together ton correspondent of tho Norfolk Laud with contents tho flouring mill nud mark and Mr Nye being connected contents belonging to tho Central mills with the Dauvtllo Commercial tho Cain block a 2 story brick structure Edinburgh is considered tho third containing four stores nnd flvo small consulate in Great Britain Loudon framo buildings The aggregnto loss is ranking flrot Liverpool becoud aud about 75000 insuruueo about one Edinburgh Lcith third third Besides tho flouring mill Cain owned LCE crrunru 0 A tho block and threo of tho dwellings Oct O Mount Veiixox contained 3000 grauito monument awaiting delivery at Tho Cain warchouso tho mill several barrel of flour and the Ealtimoro and Ohio depot attracted thousand bushel of wheat Cains totho attention of a boy Joo Gordon tal loss is f2000 insurance 1600 y stcrday who climbed on top of it to The Central mill contained a large Tho niotiu see if ho could Bwny it amount of grain Both mill and conn mt fell on him crushing ono leg and tents wero fully insured badly injuring tho other 3loU of Hot Lead Xenia O Oct 11 Tho LATEST LAND SWINDLE Thousands of Acres Sold In West Virginia ton of Harvoy Shoemaker melted a half pint of lead Saturday afternoon and That Does Not Itonlly Kxlst Wheeling Oct 11 A laud swindle poured it into a clay tnbo filled with explosion occurred which similar to that which has been worked watertho An moltonlcad over tho boyVfncc sent in somo western states is being operated tormlng a hot masic covering ootn eyes by somo parties outsido of the stato In and noo and sevoroly burning his ears West Virginia there aro enormous tracts A dozen small lead bullets wero taken of undeveloped timber nud coal lands from each eye which wero burned into lying in tho interior nud this fact has tho ball and tho sight of the child is caused the swindlers to turn their at- seriously threatened while his injuries tention to them as an inviting Hold in aro othcrwiso very painful Whisky Old Unotigh to llu Good in which to work their scheme A dispatch from McDowell county LinKKTY Mo Oct 11 John Ely G lying in tho extreme southernmost por O Hcusou Peter McClure and other tion of tho state says thnt iuside tho of Holt allego that thoy havo last two months deeds havo been ad- Â¬ citizen tho wreck ot tho old steamboat mitted to record there purporting to found convey several thousand ncres of val Â¬ Arabia that Bank In tho Missouri A river tele uable coal land for consideration aggro aero from Hearkville in 1S53 gating several hundred thousand dol- phono message was recolved In Holt to lars which aro bolicvcd to bo purely that eilcct Tho boats cargo cousistcd In part of lSi barrels of whisky The Thero aro now over 2000 fraudulent 000 acres on tho land books whilo tho main channel of tho nvor left where the county contains only about 000000 acres the boat sauk many years ago aud the distance down through the sand to all told Tho schemoof fraud is simple enough old vessol is about 30 feot and has been worked by the samo par Twelve llulldlnRS Horned ties for toaio time The swindlers pro Oiiattanooqa Oct 8 Twelvo buildpare a deeil for a large tract of coal ings comprising the business portion of land In tho county nud havo it acknowl edged beforo somo fictitious notary pub tho pretty littlo villago of St Elmo at lic in a faraway stato They send it to tho foot of Lookout mountain wero de stroyed by flro yesterday afternoon McDowell county the dispatch states to bo recorded nnd havo tho clerk of Tho flro originated in tho rcsidenco of Mrs O W Klrklnud nud sprend rap the county court to forward thorn certi idly to tho storos ndjoiuing Tho total fied copies of tho deed from tho record Incline No 1 of loss Is abou 12000 This places thorn in a position to dis tho Chattnnooga electric railway suf poso of tho protended titles for a good fered cousideiablo from tho flro price to unsuspecting parties It is not unnsnal for a stronger to Street Csr Struck by a Train turn up ut Welch which is tho county Eluin Ills Oct 11 A well filled of MoDowell county with n deod teat stret car on the Stato street lino of tho for soveral thousand ncres of land which is all straight on tho records but city railway was hurled from the track when ho comes to look for tho land he by a Chicago tmd Northwestern train at can not find it S oclock last night Threo people wero Tlicso frauds aro not committed by injured as follows Henry J Felix bad In this state to anybodys scalp wound Frank Fisk badly bruisod person knowledge but nro by outsido parties and cut Mrs Frank Fisk cut on the Efforts aro being made to ascertain head and badly bruised seriously hurt their identity lloIipuckcU at Work JUMPED FROM A TRAIN Glasgow Ky Oct 11 Pickpockets DnrliiB Uscnpo of a 1rlsoner Vn Koute to got in their work well hero Saturday the lunltentlary Robert Myers a citizen of tho town Oct 11 James Bon CoLUMiiUB O was robbed of 00 in cash and about 1000 in notes and checks David ion who was boiug brought to tho Ohio penitentiary from Cincinnati by Deputy Allen of tli s county lost 120 a man United Statos Marshal Holier escaped named Dod on 110 and a number of from tho officer Saturday night by others suiuler amounts aggro ating be In money jumping from a Baltlmoro and Ohio car I wet n 100 utid 10C0 near the Broad street crosslug window HTter Stenmer sunk aud within a fow squaros of tho state The iteamer Row M Miins Oct 4 prison eim Lee bound north from Marshal Hehor wa walking back and a sung near Mooui forth in tho cur alslo Ho wus keoping Point Miss struck U all tho time but Landing yesterday morning at o clock an eye on the prisoner Holier was in ono end and tuuk in 12 feet of water The crow It happened that of tno car aud Beiuon ot tho other aud patenters were taken off by the ihe boats cargo ron J N Ilurhn when thu train slowed up at the crosscisted of SCO bales of cotton - of which ing and taking advautago of tho situa it ifc thought floated down tho rjver tion Benson mado a leap from tho win tin Loat can bo rased dow and was soon lost to view in the darkness Benson had bcon sentenced to servo a Her Vlttt View of It 8 years sentonco for robbing tho post Momma is this n cocoauut offico as Sabina Tlio polioo wero fur Yes deur nished with a descripition of tho pris Has It got milk in it oner A reward of 100 was offered by Yes Marshal Devanney of Cincinnati who Turuiug it about in her baud How telegraphed to police headquarters in Chicago Tribune this city as soon as Holier had notified do you milk it him of the ocano IN Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 7- Ciucaoo Oet 11 Rain fell through- Â¬ out Illinois nnd tho west yesterday nnd last night marked tho end of tho long drouth that fur months has harassed tho farmers of 0 of tho corn producing or cattle raising states of the Union Tho Mates or portion of states in which Forecaster Cox of tho weather burom found rain had fallen during tho day were Colorado Wyoming Tex as Oklahoma Tenuosso Kansas Ne braska the eastern portions of tho Da kota Minnesota Iowa Wisconsin northern Michigan Arkansas Louisi- Â¬ ana Mississippi Missouri nud portions of Illinois In nil thoss districts the drouth ha been felt moro or less severely nnd to nl n measure of reliof i promised as a result of the general break in tho weather Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ than f200UWuoa Tho international monoy orders is Â¬ during tho year purchased prinsued cipally by workmou Bonding money to friends or relatives in foreign countries amounted to 15000000 whilo tho amounts drawn on tho United States by foreign countries did not oxeced 5 to a Utiles less Â¬ 000000 THROUGHOUT THE WEST At smne Ilncps In Kiinun It Was u ltteti- Inr Iiounpour Kansas Citv Oct 11 Specals to Tho Times from Kansas Missouri Ne Â¬ During tho Harrison administration it is stated at tho department there was a largo extension of money order offices nbout 10000 having been established During tho last four years tho number was increased by only 1000 on tho theory it is said that that there wero too mauy postoifices The total num ber of money order offices now in oper- Â¬ ation is abont 22000 and tho number probably will bo Increased to 30000 be fore tho next fiscal year General Superintendent Metcnlf of the money order offico says that the cost to the department of mnlntainintr a money order service at a postomco is less than 5 cents n year even If the office transacts uo money order busi ness If it issues orders amounting to f 10 it is source of revenue and helps pay tho general postal expenses Tho money order business now brings to the government a gros rovenno of n million dollars in fee mostly net and accordingly the more money orders issued tho more revenue Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ braska and Arkansas points aunounco the breaking of tho drouth Tho rain ha been general throughout Kansas vnrying from a good rain to a general downpour At Wichita thcro was a precipitation of three incho Other reports of good rains in Kansas Village Destroyed by Klre Emporia como from Independence Tolkuo Oct 0 Firo broko out in Grcenleaf Concordia Hutchinson Frankfort Stockton and Atchison A Babcockt saloon at Gibsonburg at 10 heavy rain fell nt Springfield Mo nnd oclock last night Tho postofllce Ell McMillans reasonably good rains aro reported at Dicos grocory Smith Littlo Rock and Siloam Springs Ark barber shop Georgo Kucips restaurant and Nebraska City Neb Frank Kirschs barber shop Shumans saloon O D Arnolds bakery George ltalnfnll in Tennessee Ncumans clothing store Charles Her L Iasuvujj OctlL After many mans meat market Babcocks saloon weeks of terrific drouth a good hard Aaron Stausmyero meat market Mat rain began falling in this city and tho Spaths saloon fruit store Swans sa- Â¬ Odd Fellows surrounding country nt 1 oclock this loon Ideal restaurant Dr morning nnd continued for several block Schumakers hardware store Flickers and prove of immense bene Johnsons house werebarn anddestroyed hours It will totally barn fit not only iu tho city but in the house and together with contents The estimated country Insurance light loss is 200000 Â¬ Â¬ Skipper Did yo got tho provcesious Angus Angus Aye ayel A half loaf an foucr bottles o whisky Skipper An what in tlio woarld will yo bo doiu wi nal that bread Punch JZj Itallust Sioux City In Oct 11 This sec- Â¬ tion of tho country had a good rain yesterday tho first in many weeks Reports from numerous northwestern points tell of good showers It Kalned In I own THE MARKETS the Grain and Livestock Mar Â¬ kets Tor October 11 Cincinnati Toubcoo Market HhdS 7l -Offerings ged Rejections HevletT of rainbVgaa falling here developing into a steady downpour which kept up sov eral hoars 1 his is tho first rain in two month Ilrtt ltulu In Three Weeks Evansville Intl Oct 11 Thero was n hard rain hero last night tho first iu three weki It is believed that the drouth iu this section is brokou Â¬ r Louis Downpour at St Iouls Oct 11 Lato last night Actual Kales W3 Receipts Tlio prlcu on thu otTitriiigs ningud as fol- Â¬ lows IU tiOS 30 ftSdCtO 75 a M fid iitf 75 281 C1064U 75 oUO WS9 l5 659 0S7D5 2V3 1485 0o 112 f 1 35i3 05 ls8o 5 00 Only Iltflit Shouo LouisviLLK Oct 11 Tho prolonged drouth in this stato was broken last night by light showers - MORE MONEY ORDER OFFICES Adoption of a Iollcy of lencrul Intension of the System Washington Oct 0 Tho postofllco department has adopted n policy of gen Â¬ Â¬ eral extension of tho money order sys tem First Assistant Postmaster Gen eral Heath believes that any postofllco wanting monoy order facilities should Complaints havo been bo givou thorn constantly filed by business houses that their correspondents at villages nro unable to scud monoy orders becanso their postolllecs havo no such facilities Dur ing tho past fiscal year almost 27000000 nionev orders wero issued amounting Â¬ Â¬ 2 60J 35 cholrti lambs fl 003 veal cilves 50a700 Cincinnati Cat- Wheat 0330 lc Corn tie Selected butchers 4 0031 40 fair to 85 2 933 common M C03 medium 3 25 Hogs Selected nnd prime butchers 3 S53 0 pncklng fl 753 85 common1 aneep fj wvb J OOHU tu hiiiI rough 3 B6 lambs M 2585 25 Iluffalo 4 0C3 10 Cuttle Choice to prlmo fair to uood bOl 00 common 3 753 I 60 IloKs Yorkers tl 103 15 mUo 00 paokers fl 16S4 10 common 13 lb Sheep Prime 1 003 1 25 culls to com- j 11 750 CO lambs 3 8535 60 mon Chlcaco 1 3003 001 lings Selected butchers Cuttle Nittive steers Ixed fS 55Q3 W 4 7505 25 cow iMQi 10 mo it sales rl w a iuiep J 0W3t 00 ml bulls II 3 Olffl 60 lamb New VorU 0CQI 00 10 Cut tli f4 0C Tittsbunr Cattle Prime N 005 00 fair- 4 WO bulls Htngg and cows 3 0 3 50 Hog Prime light tt 2534 80 heavy 1 f4 U4 25 rough U0i 75 Sheap Choice f4 1501 20 fair 3 5033 75 com- Â¬ mon 6 itf 303te 1 1 1 1 7ij 75 Luiio- - It 5CK25 fcA VTWV - V IiiiS mm J Irari I will soil lo Iho highest nnd best bidder 6n Thursday October 21 1897 Goinc to Build or Renair Write Louisville Ky For Prices on Lumber Doors Sash and They Blinds Shingles Steel Roofing will save you money 04-5-aES3S I J P Will CO j Jj At tin resid nco of iho lato Virgil Hardin deceased Holts Bottom Ky All of tho prnonnl pnpaxty of said decedent con Â¬ sisting of Household and Kitchen Furnlturfl Live Stock such as Horses Cuttle Hogs and other stock Farming Iniplenunts Machinory fec Also tho Hay Corn o now on the two arms TonnB of salo will ho known oq day of sale I am also authorized t Brll at private ralo both or eit Vr of tho ttro farms of said decedent Any person desiring to pswettat either or bath of paid farms will call on me at my reeidid U if Holt Ky drip HANNAH HARDIN kAVAsAmAvf Adminx i MM p T i ft Mri7iw5ijw m Breckenridge News Tm fc fHl BRmOKRNRIDGm NEVWS HARDINSBURG L H W TIME TABLE OLOYBRPORT KY T 8 Babligt EdlUn and Prtptlitn 13 1887 WEDNESDAY OCTOBER SIX PAGES Auaeaaeeneti olliorlied to announce R M Iollvi icceponc oflho nomination tendered him for State Senator by the Rrpabllcint oi the Tenth Senatorial Ulurict compoied of the ceuntiei of Election Hancock and Meade Hreckenrldfe Nonembcr 1S97 If fEr WE the Tenth ate from composed Se atorial District of the counties of Dreclcenrl ge Hancock and MtJde Uectlon Norembcr 1897 are amhorlted to announce It O Smith a the Ioputllt candidate for the State Sen Hogs wero down to 3 00 Monday Tux farmer who haa a good crop of Trices will be ia strictly in it higher tobacco Read our Flock and Fleece items Get in touch with the sheep industry It will pay you No time should be lost by Democrats and Populists to bring out a full vote in t- - November lag sheep in Breckenridge county than there is digging gold in the Klondyke of acres of lands in Breckenridge county as well adapted for raising sheep as are to be found in the great West Farmers turn your at- Â¬ tention to sheep raising There Is more money to be made lais There are thousands Sample ballots wore distributed freely at Ilardinsburg Monday and the dear voter was being fully instructed as to where to put his X to make it eount Half of Meade county was over at Elizabetbtown last Monday to hear Bryan Albert Thompson headed the procession The crowd was estimated at 10000 Little Ailie the only son Judith M of Mrs DeJernette was dragged to death Monday at Ilardinsburg by a run Â¬ away horse The accident was indeed a sad one and for the time being threw a pall over that entire community Ono of the largest crowds seen at Ilar- Â¬ dinsburg on a Circuit Court day in many years was there last Monday Politics was the order of the day All the can Â¬ didates were there and there were sev- Â¬ eral caucuses among them The Demo- Â¬ crats were hopeful and ieel that their county ticket will win by a good safe majority W R Haynes who is making the race for Circuit Judge in this district as an independent candidate against Judge McBeath is playing for a place nnder the log cabin But this will not help him any The people in this district are for McBeath and he will win the race in November by a majority ranging any- Â¬ where from fifteen hundred to two thou- Â¬ sand votes The only hope of downing the Republicans in this county is by voting the Fusion ticket Only about a month now remains until the election Democrats in every precinct should he instructed in the manner of voting Victory cannot be gained without work and there is yet much to do It is the duty of every Democrat and every Populist to use their spare time in the interest of the ticket Let all hands wheel into line Â¬ 4 ft The mayors race in the city of Louis- Â¬ W ville is exciting unusual interest there It is told of Todd the Republican candi Â¬ date for this office that if elected bSiWllL OXliCSMrnfaiwn I Lr Tim Vnalno Pnnl In an article on the status of the negro in that regard has this to say The negro is not fit for public service and if ho were fit the people of the South would not tolerate him in office of any importance The attempt to force them in large numbers on juries will fail the attempt to make policemen and firemen of them in Louisville will fail the attempt to make legislators or postmasters or Federal officers can only succeed for a time and backed by the whole Federal govern- Â¬ ment including the army Â¬ Â¬ Jl I IP Chicago and Return for 500 Henderson Railway The Louisville Co will sell round trip tickets from Oloverport to Chicago via Evansville P D A E to Decatur and Illinois Central Decatur to Chicag for 5 Good for three days from date of sale By paying SI extra to f gent Illinois Central Union Depot at Chicago an extension of three days extra will be granted at Chicago Regular fare one way is 10 20 This is the cheapest rate ever offered for citizens ofthls place to vltlt tho great White City appointed Commissioners to repair Tar Fork bridge aome wht R N Miller wild appointed commiss- Â¬ PaiMnger Dally arr UtrdtDibarg 11 J J pm ioner to havo tho public road on Milt Qo to Witts for your drugs and medi Â¬ West hill repaired cines The bids for building bridge across Oce whiz did you over see such a long Tar Fork and Plgah were rejected and another committeo appointed to adver dry spell for other bids for said work Thrco new pupils entered the B N tise Tho poorhouse commissioner ws or college last week Mrs Ferd McGhee of Irvlngton was dered to place any pauper child under tho age of 14 years with the Childrens visiting here last week Look out for the joint d jbate Oct 14 Home Society of Kentucky or any other desirable home It will be something hot Ww II Bell will assist Mr Sktllman The followirg patties wero exonerated at the clerks desk this week from paying poll tax L G Vlttitoe Mr and Mrs Hiram Phelps Louie Ansolem Davidson James Konnedy villo are visiting here this week David Carter Eli Board Ulrich Farber Claude Mercer has been elected City and J W Brown Attorney for the city of Ilardinsburg R N Miller and Sam B Parish were Quite a number from this place at Â¬ appointed Commissioners to receive bids tended tho- - Owensboro fair last Thurs Â¬ and have a bridge built across Daniels day creek at Glendeane in accordance with We are ready to glye you bottom fig- specifications filed ures on farming Implements Beard The Commissioners appointed to view Dillon Co a location for a bridge across Bluo Head Mr Estell Sutton came down from of Sinking creek made their report and Louisville last Saturday to see his the court appointed Commissioners to mother and wife and baby advertiso for bids for said work R S Skillman went to Cloverport last Grand Jury T J Jolly foreman Thursday He says he will carry all the Phillip Flood Grundy Parr J O Matt gold Democrats in that town ingly Nowlon D Snyder Frank Jarboe Remember that you can buy all kinds Byron Johnson P M Beard J S Bra of patent medicines and drugs of eery shear Stewart Weatherholt Hewit Haw Â¬ kins and John Corley description from 3 A Witt Morris Eskridg We are still in the market with Disc commissioner and harrows plows buegies and farming im Â¬ receiver made the following report Balance on hand April 7th 1897 4952 plements Beard Dillon Co Parties who want to help the Fusion Received of S A Pate Sheriff on bonded ticket should help distribute the sample indebtedness for 00 100000 Received on same levy 01389 Received on same ballots and thus instruct the voters pauper fund 22753 Same on current W R Haynes the Independent candi Â¬ expenses 7972 Total 1970 00 Paid date for Circuit Judge was here Monday Interest on county bond 1750 Balance Mr Haynes home is at Elizibothtown in the hands of commissioner 1953 10 Major W E Minor was here a few days ago He says ho will get several BRANDENBURG Republican votes in his home precinct Twenty per cent of the school fund Brandenburg Normal has new desks always brings the teachers to town Mr Franklin Ditto is about the same Twenty per cent is better than no bread Base ball and Kentucky fairs are over while the drouth lasts for 07 I am giving my whole attention to the Dont forget the literary next Friday drug business now and I will give your night prescriptions and orders for medicines Mrs M G Reid has returned from New the most careful attention J A Witt The town trustees have refused to pay Albany Dr J R Dowden has returned from marshal Dent Brown his salary of 20 per month and he threatens to sue Owensboro them for his money Mr J D Babbage was in town last The duty of Democrats Is to bring the week on business votes out Only a short time remains Dr J P Shacklett of Ekron came in until the election and there should be to hear Mr Patterson an organization in every precinct Mr and Mrs A S Johnson have gone Since the speaking between the coun- Â¬ to Washington Territory ty candidates closed some of them have Mrs Mclntlre Mis J D Hardin and been making appointments at school Mrs Rhodes are improving houses and getting out good crowds Mr and Mrs D M Duncan report the A citizen ticket for marshal and town Davies county fair a great succefs trustees has been arranged as follows Mrs Lena Drury of Bowleyvllle is G W Beard O E Haswell J II Gard- Â¬ visiting her sister Mrs John Frakes ner Jell Hook Patrick Dillon marshal Mrs Wm Rhodes sisters from Breck Alex West enridgo county came to see her last Notice On account of being engaged week in the Circuit Court the sale advertised MtB Hez Reesor of Muldraughp was for Webster next Saturday will have to be postponed Ample notice of the sale the guest of Mrs W F Grinnell last will be given at another time V G Friday Miss Addie G Ditto and her friend Babbage Assignee The Baptist revival at this place closed Miss Sanders were at Mrs Wm Dittoes last Friday night Rev RIsner the last week Little Edwin Hodge hajuraflCTt young minister who assisted in tho meet- Â¬ ing is a man full of zeal and promise his home in He g j0Dg viBjt He has o nly been in the ministry about t0 HSTunt Mrs Phillips a rear and a half but he has a brloJhA Miss Charlotte Herndon a popular ture before him doUar8 Breckenridge county young lady spent for hiB last week with Miss Jen Hardin two weeks work here Mr and Mrs Heron nee Lucy Frank Prof Hayes of Meade county who came up from Bewloyville to hear Mr formerly assisted Prof Shacklett in tho Pattersons speech last Friday college iiero was here a few days last If Kentucky bankers stick to it and week mixing with his old friends aod bring ladies instead of wines to their Prof Hayes was a favorite banquets they will be wiser patrons and better among our people while he was In the men college here and they would like to see Little Hattie Grinnell had a birthday him back again While here he made party last Saturday from 2 till 5 oclock some propositions to Prof Logan to as Â¬ inado happy by many tokens of sist him at the college during the spring She was Nothing certain was decided esteem session Forest fires are raging in some parts of upon but Prof Hayes may come here af- Â¬ ter Christmas The school will then Kentucky and water famines are prevail- Â¬ ing If ever the prayers of the righteous open up with a large attendance availeth now is tho time to importune PnocEEMNCH Couivr ok Claims Kentucky has for Iter guest the dis Â¬ The railroad tax for 1893 was fixed at tinguished Nebraskan who was beaten by Mr McKinley in one of the most ex Â¬ citing presidential races the country ever There is no Fmihiu Dally arr soma hit lUrdlmborj 40 cts on each 100 O L Pate was re elected poor house keeper for the ensuing year II A Walker and R N Hudson wero 7il7 am Weak Lungs Hot weather wont cure weak You may feel better be- Â¬ cause out of doors more but the trouble Is still there Dont stop taking your lungs DO YOU KNOW Â¬ Scotts Emulsion because the weather happens If you have a to be warm weak throat a slight hacking cough or some trouble with the bronchial tubes summer is the best time to get rid of It If you are losing flesh there Is all the more need of attention Weakness about the chest and thinness should never go to- Â¬ gether One greatly Increases the danger of the other Heal the throat cure the cough and strengthen the whole system Keep taking Scotts now Emulsion all summer For sola by alt drttrsrUu Â¬ THE FAIR ONE-PRICE-STO- THAT RE Has received a very flue assortment of Ladies and Misses Capes of the very best makes and styles which can be bought at prices from 148 to 725 An inspection solicited DO YOU KnOW jlpiil llggii stfELsL Ofine Novelty Drew eooda Do You Know fiSSIS a gggfg ote good enough to Â¬ Do You Know d Vqu Know tin Vnll Do You Fin If nnill at c tad fee - waseu AJtour MOTHER KEEPS IT ON HAND word so full of meaning which such tender and and about holy recollections cluster as that she who watched of Mother over our helpless infancy andguid ed our first tottering step Yet the life of every Expectant Moth- Â¬ er is beset with danger and all ef fort should be made to avoid it so assists nature in the change tak- Â¬ ing place that saw The Womans Missionary Society had a pleasant and profitable meeting last Friday with Mrs Geo Reiman The next meeting will be at Mrs J D Rch ardsons Navigation Ia entirely suspended be Â¬ tween Louisville and Evansville and if the bonny Onio doesnt become more ultra iwell soon one can walk to either city on tho bed Cards have been received announcing the marriage of Dr Lon B Moremen to Miss Beulah Bennett of Irvlngton Af Â¬ ter a bridal trip they will be at home October 15th at Irvington Miss Loreuo Smith and Mr Charlts Friend Redman will be married today Wednesday at the Presbyterian church at G us ton Miss Rena has many warm friends who extend congratulations Mr Wm J Bryan is quoted as having said there are many thlngi In tho Chicago platform of which he does not ap- Â¬ prove Let them be eliminated and all Democrats can thereby get together Dr R L Newsome came up from Oloverport to hear Mr Pattersons speech aud it is tuperfluoiis to add the genial doctor felt amply repaid for his trip He likes this paper In our pleasant chat The Rev I B Timberlake formerly pastor of the Baptist church here but now of Baptist Tabernacle in New Al Â¬ bany haa been called to the pastorate ot the First Baptist church at Richmond Ky Â¬ Mothers B a P I ft fl H IT rl I I Military abl U father-in-laof the Uto Commander Commander Wm D dishful TJ S N whe gained world wide renown for bis crownlnj feat of blowing up the Iron clad Albemarl la MM write Dr Fennert w Fredonta N V aceompllihod and dread suffering or gloomy forebodings to the hour when she experiences the joy of Motherhood Its use insures safety to the lives of both Mother and Child and she is found stronger after than before confinement in short it makes Childbirth natural and easy as Dont be so many have said persuaded to use anything but Â¬ IK II II IUIIU Mother is cna ward without bled to look for uie lixpcciani MOTHErTSFRIEND f My wife suffered more in ten min Â¬ utes with either of her other two chil- Â¬ her did altogether Nrv Tonic for immediate use when dren than shepreviously used with bot Â¬ four last having cvar X hav4 Jt is a of Mothers Friend A bWow attack or nervous proctra tles to any one expecting to beÂ¬ down It always give blessing MOTHER tlM or fcal rwi says a customer a naiaY rtHWso much to that I nave come Henderson Dale Oarinl Illinois It with U same certain Â¬ hm 10 raly m the law ef gravitation m ty that I Of DrasftltUst HorMnt brexpreu on O MARTIN For many years I have kept on hand your Blood and Liver Remedy and OHAJtLWJ rq rVwpl I JOJ KJjuiKiw Ihr rxeW if wui Clavrraai I of aaj rlc m Write for book eonUlnlna ItaUmonUla T1W laforsMUoa for all MoUwri free rlp OJkMfVOXX XJk Halle p ju - Co Itliali 6 rff V- j2W r VVVvaS ww MiaHaaaiWM r The next thing in order is to annex the Hawaiian Islands Havent we got more now than wo can well manage But theres Pearl Harbor a naval station you know for Uncle Sam Carlie Welsh a tenant on J A Mc Gehees place died last Friday of ty- Â¬ phoid fever Tom Morris a worthy in- Â¬ dustrious young man died last Sunday of the same fever His family have the sympathy of the community Tho handsome city editor E 0 Bab- Â¬ bage of the Bueckenridcik News was here last Friday Ernest is receiving many complimentary puffs from MetroÂ¬ politan contemporaries all of which are well deserved He is doing efficient work on tho News staff On account of the yellow fever scare several from this place will not go to the Centennial You neednt place us ex- Â¬ actly with Gov Tanner nor yet with But hes all right Carter Harrison when he said in Louisville Vote for Weaver Mies Hallie Dowdy has returned from Louisville where she has been to catch the very latest In the art of dressmaking Miss Hallie is at Mrs Abram Dittos and is too well known in her line of busi- Â¬ ness to need further announcement ho said John Babbage is as good and as strong a free Bilver man as you will find in the ranks but he is conservative and sees no philosophy in mud slinging or abusive personalities at this Juncturo and for which he is to be admired Our popular county clerk Mr R H Nevltt has an invitation to take dinnor with Mr William Jennings Bryan at Elizabetbtown but Mr Nevitt isnt much on notoriety or hero worship but he is a worker for a canse he conscien ciously espouses Bud Price has gotten back from a fair round with the Moremen strlngof Bud commenced horses Ooryuon tat and wound up ai boro He is quUerTofhts trotters and pacera jfjjjjjj uave made a fine re- tola on the various tracks Ohas Moremen Jr and Miss Nellie Holmes wero guests of Mr and Mrs O O Moremen last week and in whose honor Mrs Moremen gave a delightful dance Miss Holmes is a pleasant dig-Â¬ nified young lady who made a pleasant impression She returned to her home in Evanavillo last Sunday The fight in Kentucky over the Clerk of the Court of Appeals is attracting as much attention as tho contest in New York for the pontrol of Greater New The Louisville mayoralty con York test is being watched with great interest Heres hoping the Todd shackles may be shaken off Next Friday Mr Bailey and Mr Jo Parker will have a pow wow at the court house Mr Parker has the reputation of being a fluent speaker and presenting his arguments in aforclful manner Mr Bailey will of course tell us all about what hell do if elected That was the wall in 95 and 90 We are judging not from promises but from performances Just at present Dont let country girls become discouraged push forward and bear in mind that George Eliot Elizabeth Barrett Charlotte Bronto and Jane Austin were all country girls with very little companionship nourished on plcked up classics and ignorant of the world These women all lived helpful live did a vast amount of intelligent work and they still live in their books Bro Herron preached from Christd Sermon on the Mount last Sunday Blessed are the pure in heart for they shall see God He handled it in a mrst comforting manner Rro Jenkins preach- Â¬ ed at the Baptist church Ho baptized a candidate at 3 p m At night he and his congregation kindly give up his ap-Â¬ pointment and came to the Methodist church The editor of the Meade Messenger needs some ice put to his dead The continued drouth the unmerciful amount of flying dust the Senatorial rac etc have all combined to parch his fevered brow and make him sorter delirious But let us bear with him patlontly re Â¬ membering that he ia young in the cause and that after awhile his irrepressible ire will subside Mr Patterson made a fine sound inonoy speech here last Friday He described In a clear cut lucid manner the attitude of each wing He deplores the gulf that exists between the Democratic party Hh is out as ia of course well known la the interwt ol Gen Ilndman I have lost interest is this ensuing election But we are in the flrss of adversity thats sure and I wlh we Dasooerata could all repair to that Cava of Har Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Know Ynn lnmif iS1 SWcssiras z Do llf Yflll KtlflW Clformn which vofwiow know Do You THE mony that the invincible Thackeray tells about in hia famous Newcomes All aboard today lor the metropolis of Hardin county to hear the Nebraskan orator Representative people from all the adjoining counties will bo on hand to hear the leader of the silver cauBe A number of pur homo peoplo will go Mr Bryan is certainly remarkable for many strong traits of character the strongest we believe is his adherence to a cause which he honestly and conscien clously espouses as being the salvation of a people However we may differ we admire hia pluck That Geneological column in tho urnal amuses me What in the name of all thats good and great does any one want research and knowledge about ancestry English Scotch Irish German extract What does it mat- Â¬ ter A Huguenot nobleman or a son of somebody killed by a sornebody V great grandfather wlyfwas kin to George Wash FjIrai-de-laAll families ntfon t have afcoietons dont resumx them l canse their dry boneB to rattle I T n mm see in Sundays uoutier joumui IIaI iOrllve St ohn Alexander is making queries about family history Hue nas in preparation a history of the families Family of St Johns and Alexanders rellc is another orsza People have to occupy their minds with something When I have time I may become deliri- Â¬ ous on such topics and then you can bind ice to my throbbing brows like we are going to do the iMeade Messergir In this our grand Republic there is no primrose path for high born descent but it is merit It is integrity and more get up and than that push huBtle get if you would win fs Courier-Jo1 Closes evenings at 7 p m Saturdays at 10 30 excepting pay nights CLOYERPORT m FIR Just a Moment gwrsf a ws KZZ- - iwmmmwWmmmm Ladies CAPES CAPES LadiesReadyto Wear Apparel Just a Little Better Just a Little Newer Just a Little Cheaper Feb 10 97 Mendenhall Evansville ind J Dear Sir You may ship another gross of your Improved Chill and Fever Cure on came terms as last It is a splen Â¬ did seller and I consider it the best Chill Cure in the market Yours yery truly Jacoh Fkllknstbim Haynes Oloverport Ky Sold by Short New Grand Chain III O THAN OTHERS And just these little things are what you want FRIGHTFUL The Sad Way In Which Little Allle De Jernette flet Death at Mar dlnsburg flonday One of the saddests accidents that has occurred in Ilardinsburg in many years was the accidental death of little Allle DeJernette last Monday evenlrg about two oclock He had started down to the lake to water his horse When about opposite the Catholic church the horse fell wjth hhn The boy was rldlrg with The his feet in the stirrup leathers horse became frightened and ran on to the lake dragging the hoy behind him Death was almost instant as the body was badly bruised in many places There wero two other boys riding along with him at tho time but they could rendor tholr companion no assistance The an Â¬ imal ran to the lake a distance ol several hundred yards The news of the acci Â¬ dent camo to the court hous where Mr WR Uayncscandldate for Circuit Judge was speaking Tho crowd left tho court house Immediately aud there was no more speaking for the remainder of the day Allle was the son of Mrs Judith M DeJernette ot this place and was about thirteen years of age The news of the sad accident prostrated his mother for a time The entire community are in deep sympathy with her and the entire family There is no use taking pills or purg Â¬ atives to cure the chills Dr Bells Pep Â¬ permint Chill Tonio cures them by Itself It does more than that gives you a new drew on the inside It tones the system up and wakes you etrong It nukes you fel some account Sold on a guarantee by all druggists VESTS SS2 IN WERE THE O f Freshest Fall Stock Ever shown in the Oounty For the Pall Trade with the Largest RACE Fall Clothing Shoes Hats Notions in Large Quantities and Positively the Handsomest Styles and Best QualitiM for the money that eyer filled our shelvw Fall Dress Goods Dry Goods IRVINGTON I W E BROWN Our line this Season SurpaMM thai of any former season in Eleganue and Value l4 uniiril nt w r 13 1897 t Merc Matlotf Mcohans Monthly attention k called to tho fact that the legislature of Iowa has by formal act of fcb as sernbly adopted tho prairie rose as the stato flower Residents of Oregon intonated in pro no culturo ought to make a written application to tho Oregon itationifor bulletin No 45 on Prunes In Oregon The Montana wool clip is said toox cccd in quantity and quality that of previous seasons with prices in advance of thoso of last year Kilns for dryiug sweet potatoes are now in uso in Illinois It is said that kiln dried potatoes will keep through tuo winter Tho managers of tho Trnnsmiuiulp pi nnd International exposition to bo held at Omaha from Juuo 1 to Nor 1 18U8 will mako agriculture aud live stock prominent features of tho expos- Â¬ ition i At tho Michigan experiment station sacchalluo has proven worthless being hard to start harder to get rid of and making a coarse woody forage poor iu ijutrltivo qualities aud Inferior in ovbry way to coru fodder 111 Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY OOTOBEK X t H DEMOCRATIC TIOKET FOR Ct EltK COUItT OK APIEALSl SAM SHACKELFORD tik FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE JUDGE T It McBEATH FOR COMMONWKALTIIS ATTORNKYt modiflcilUou of tills system was ndoptcd by Thomas Telford about this rontls tlmo which substituted n layer or Maftanrhusctts now expends fOOO foundation of irregular broken stono 000 nunnally in the improvement of her sot up on odgo on the snbgrado Nino Wo havo 130000 miles of road roads inchoa was tho maximum dimension of Massachusetts CO 000 mllco It oosts theso fragments Tho rough surface 1000 a mils iu Massachusetts to imthus mado was smoothed down by going prove n road Tho millions of dollars over it nud breaking off tho topi of tbo required to improvo tho roads of New blocks with small hammers and packing Wo York state tlicreforo nro obvious tho pieces thus obtained between tho should hnvo to expend 3000000 n year largo blocks This surface-- was then to compare in any degrcq with Mnssa rolled ns before Telford built tho celerlmsotts That is ouo fonrth of tho brated Holyhead road extending from amount now raised by direct taxation Holyhead through north Wales to Oan wo persuado tho legislaturo to Shrewsbury a road that served as a ninko such an expenditure such a largo modol at tho board of inquiry appointed nddition to tho states expenses That by parliament iu 1823 Each systom is the question nnd tho solo question to had its partisans nud today tho best Lb considered Iu tho poorer counties of features of both methods hnvo becu the stato tho stato itself mnst build and adopted under different conditions do maintain tho roads pendent upon tho character of tho ground over which tho road passes ROAD IMPROVEMENT Â¬ which requires mom to pay nny lnrgo proportion of tho cost of improving A A NEEDED INVENTION rokcohk CURLCOtlSTIPATJOH lANDY CATHARTIC The llrooklrn Man Telia the Iolloemaa Alt About IU The Brooklyn man who stopped tho policemau on tho corner just a minuto bcfnro tho policeman stopped him looked as if ho had been through a Klondike winter nnd had left tho country nftcr ward through tho littlo end of a thrash Â¬ las so l1 and bookltt Tree id VLiillHi m4JimimHwmmmmmmmLM4viujr P asiBUflMiMBiafl j RRXKIIT bduihSkw t aii Id Teaeaeaeee ttDOUliUUiUl UUanAn IDEiU RTKIIUNO nn ToreontlPatlon Cacrt are he lltal Lax p or pebut f nturalmtiltl 6am how ing machine Hero Mr Pollcomnu ho began when tlio policeman put hi Whats tho mntter with you any Â¬ ho nsked afr O rhlfato Montreal THE SORGHUM CROP nnntl Canorlten lork WEEDS CIIELF Fl STATE SENATOR fc A EL1SHAASHCRAFT i I l FUSION TICKET FOR REPRESKNTATIVK J H LENNIN FOR COUNTV IUDGK W E MINOR FOR COUNTV CMCRK A M T A AlcGILL Deputy FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY FOR CIRCUIT CLERK HARDIN gus brown FOR t R S SKILLMAN SIIERITi RICHARD OWEN J FOUJAIIKR D BEELER FOR ASSESSOR REV GEO E MORRIS FOR SUPT hCIKOIS- - K HARMAN FOR SURVEYOR HrC JOLLY FOR CORONER LEE BISHOP u kets would bo made much mora casr draught animals would gain in efllcieu cy and length of service nnd it would bo possiblo to transport larger loads with greater ease and convenience than is tho oaso at present Tho farmers nnd tho rural communi ties which they control hesitnto to tako tho first step because of tho immediato expeiiRO involved It ought not to bo hard to convince so intelligent a portion of tho commuuity that real economy both of labor and inonoy would be gained by improved roadbeds nnd tho uso of broader tires Good Honda In Arkanaaa Arkansas has sot a fine cxnmplo to tho other states of tho south by enacting n well devised law for road improve ment Provision is mado in tho law for tho appointment by couuty courts of road and bridge commissions whoso duty it shall bo to divide tho counties into road districts and nppoint road overseers All male persons over 18 years and under 45 shall bo subject to road duty for fivo days in the year but tho number of days may bo increased by tho courts to ten Exemption may bo obtained by the paymout of 1 per day Couuty courts nre empowered to levy taxes not to exceed 3 mills on all taxable- property for road purposes Con viots may be worked on tho roads by tho counties at tho rato of 75 cents pcr day Atlanta Journal Â¬ pieces As an immediato result access to mar- Â¬ First Make Good Itoada Then Keep Them Smooth With Wide Tlrel Tho movement in favor of good roads which has at last really begun to ngi tatu rural communities nil over tho country involves many contributory is such of considerable importance says Tho Youths Companion For instnnco associations which havo tiudortakcn tho tnBltof improving tho country roads oro geuerally advising farmers to mako uso of broad tires upon their wagon wheels iustoad of tho narrow tires which cut and rnt n soft road so deeply It is not easy to induco tho farmers to follow this advice because it implies and requires at the outset tho repair- Â¬ ing of tho road Drood tired wagons could mako littlo or no progress over somo of tho muddy and rough roads which nro too often found not far from tho busiest nud most thriving cities Narrow wheels cut their wny through mora easily but only at tho cost of ex Â¬ hausting tho horses which draw tho wagon nnd of still further injuring tho road as ft thoroughfare If tho highway could but bo improved snfilaieutly to bear tho heavy tires tlio wheels would act liko n miniature road roller and assist in keeping tho road iu goad condition instead of tearing it to PERPETUAL EVIL -- - M A Good Itoada Text That la Suitable All Occaalona For MARKETING THE HONEY Dealera Advice Cultivating the Home Market Tho work now will bo n disposition of tho honey crop With n view to as sisting to satisfactory rotumi Tho Amcricau Bee Journal interviewed ono of tho largest Chicago honey dealers on tho mnrkctiug of n large honey crop Following in brief is whnt this honey dealer said Dont rush your honey into n markot nlroady well supplied aud thus holp to lower prices for yourself as well as thoso who will ship after you do Horo is n good rulo to follow Novcr ship honey to n dealer without first writing bim ns to tho condition of the market and for somo idea as to whnt prico may bo realized Find out whether or not your honey is wanted nt nil in n oertnin mnrkct Wo havo nctunlly known bco keopcra to ship their honey to n com Â¬ mission innu who wns overloaded without first writiug and then expect to ro Â¬ Â¬ Chauucoy Dopow in n banquet speech mado tho broad assertion that bad roads nro n porpctual evil Tho remark was quoted by n Now York city paper nud commented on to n consid- Â¬ erable ox to nt It spoko of n suburban villago not far from Greater Now York doclariug that it was n typo of many villages as hnviug roads that aro liter nlly sloughs for weeks at a time every year It is said that theso villago and country roads nro tho kind where n horso sinks at every step to tho fetlocks frequently to tho knees and sometimes so far down into tbo thick mud thnt It Is necessary to haul him out with don bio tenms That text is n suitable ono from which to talk on tho good roads or bad roads question iu n convention in n uewspapor iu business circles any whore for ovcry ono knows that bad roads nro a perpotual ovil No wonder that tho brightest nnd best young men living iu casteru villages and cities thnt aro cursed with bad roads uud with equally bad roads for miles around them hnvo packed their trunks nnd gouo west to tho prairies pineries and foothills Cedar Kapids Gazotto Wide Tire Ordinances A Chicago alizo tho top Burlington la has an ordinauco re quiring all wagons currying nn aggre gate of 3000 and uuder 0000 pounds to bo fitted out with tires not less than three inches widonudnboveG 000 pounds to bo fitted out with tires of n width of uot less than fivo inches Dnbuquo la has an ordinauco that is sweeping and requires nil heavy wagons to havo threo iuoh tires Tim Town Retponalble Â¬ REPUBLICAN TICKET FOR REPRESKNTATIVK In n town of about 5000 inhabitants in Massachusetts a dwelling houso was burued to tho ground becauso tho roads wcifc too muddy for tho firo department to roach it Iusurnuco men claim that tho town can bo held responsible for tho loss Exchange A few weeks ago the editor was taken with a very fevere old that caused him to bo in a most miserable condition It was undoubtedly a bad case of la grippe and recognzing it ps dangerous he took immediate steps to bring about a speedy From cure the advertisement of Chamberlalutf Cough Remedy and the many good recommendatious included therein we concluded to make a first trial of the medicine To say that it was satisfactory in its results is putting it vory mildly indeed It acted like magic and the result was a speedy and per- Â¬ manent cure We have no hesitancy in recommending this excellent Cough Remedy to anyone afllicted with a cough or cold in any form The Banner of to- - JOHN P HASWELL JR For county judge WM AHL FOR COUNTY CLERK dealers eto Investigate several mnrkcts beforo shipping and find out whero you can likely do tho best Wo think if tho bco keepers nro a littlo careful and dont got iu too big n hurry to renllzo on their houoynll nt once oven though tho crop is largo n fairly good price will bo secured But if you can anywhero get 13 or moro cents per pouud net for your whito comb honey nud 0 or 7 cents for extracted iu a wholesale way wo would say Tako it quick that is if wo wero going to ndviso you But under stand wo aro uot advising about thnt at all Each must do ns ho thinks best Following is tho editors advice on tho subject of the homo mnrkct Cultivating tho home mnrkot will pay this yenr iu many localities Tho largo city houoy markets will bo rolicved of nuy glut just iu proportion ns n largo or small amount of tho crop is distribntcd in the homo or local market Remem ber it is ever bo much better to tako a less prico for your houoy near home and get thnt price than to ship it away to an overloaded mnrkot nnd per Â¬ haps bo compelled to tako littlo or noth ing for it after paying freight charges Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ price commibsiou lcakago brenkago OWEN CUNNINGHAM FOR COUNTY ATTORN HY Uulldlnc Corncrlba R N MILLER FOR CIRCUIT CLEUK SHERMAN BALL FOR SHERIFF V B BURTON FOR JAILER GUS SHELLMAN FOR ASSESSOR JOHN H COMER iff FOR SUPERINTENDENT SCHOOLS GOOD ROADS A NECESSITY ANDREW DRISKELL FOR SUJIVEYOR CHINTZ ROYALTY FOR CORONER Private Enterprise Cannot Build Them and the State Should Take Hold Onco this country seemed to bo np proaching an era of roadbuildiug Fragments of tho splendid design of JOHN SPENCER I OUa COUNTY ROADS NEW YORK HIGHWAYS A Vaat Sum of Money Needed to Improva Them State Altl Recommended Dr P J Merrill director of the New York stato rnusoum lins lately done soma work which ought to carry tho stato forward n step or so iu the Ho has path of road improvement caused n collection to bo modo from quarries in all parts of tbo state of stono Which might bo used as rond lnatorial Stone from 8000 quarries has thus boon collected by him These different kinds of stone ho said I havo sent to tho Massachusetts V P road commission to bo tested iu a ma chine whloh thoy havo for that pur Â¬ pose It is a steel barrel This road ma- Â¬ terial is rolled in it for a tirao until its qualities are disclosed I intend after I receive n report from tho Massachusetts authorities on each kind of stono to pro pare u little pamphlet far general circu- Â¬ lation in this state Then road masters ami boards of supervisors will know where to procure road material or at least they will know tho nearest quar ry and sinco distance of transportation 5p- - is cue of tho factors of expense they will understand whero thoy can proba- libly prooaro road material at tho least Bucklens Arnloa Salve MACADAM AND TELFORD Tub Best Salvb In the world for Cub Rrulsep Sores Ulcers Sail Rheum Fe-Â¬ Srtema of the Two Eminent Itoudbulld ver Sorcn Tetter Chapped Hands Chil- Â¬ era Urlelty Explained It waatho custom of Maoadam after blains Corn and all Skin Eruptions tho engineering work was completed and postively cures Piles or no pay re and the subgrado established to spread quired it is guaranieeu to give priect on a layor of stone to a depth of ten aitlsfaction or monoy refunded Price inches and to roll this eurfaco with a 25 rents per box For Sale hy A R heavy roller drawn by horses writes O Fisher L Whipplo iu Popular 8cieuco Monthly Unholy Jot Theso stouos wero broken by baud with Tho first thing I shall do when I get raall hammers frequently n lives in tho I have been road master ont in the family working together aud whole rich saidbousa mau towho a plana an wero buy is fltlMnrtrrn mountain region and I wokaji Mauril enough to pass through a apartmeut exclaimed his friend You Umk I understand tho difficulties of mm tUt c were sot to havo a max Yes mo and then I shall buy au ax iM And I ooufess that I some iwuM wijht of over six ounces A years of torment tiaaes feel discouraged Ourpcsoiitsys lawiijr o Ave paopto eoald lweak sovoral nud bo revenged for tax is abora Cincinnati Enquirer Inn o working oat a road fanWa and yet it does Mem m if the You cant cure consumption but you seat ot isayiovintf all the roaAief New can avoid it and cure every other form waiati ami Jniproveamit la ajn Tfc of throat aud lung trouble by the uso n aaliivf and shun fanner fsel poor it it ptabapi Mt 16 to wondesed at that Uou and BMtotanwtj at M 0i Minute Cough Cure Short ty n teklatpie thar wos wy Wll feMHo flat juSJIJl UayaKi St I 1 aX Ma i t iBrOTBT Waal iw - STUCK IN THE MUD From L A W Bultotln thnt great statesman Henry Clay tho national road still enduro and tho im Â¬ petus of tho national government affect Â¬ ed at least ono commonwealth the stato road of Indiana did much very much to dovolop its resources It may be Bald that tho railway sys Â¬ tem has rendered tho construction of national nnd stato roads needless Let this bo granted though it is opeu to debato yet it still is truo that good roads ore uecded if farm produco is to bo hauled easily and cheaply nt all sea sous of tho year to tho railways says tho Chicago Inter Ocean Thero is uot n pound of froigbt hauled upon the railways of this country that is uot first hnuled to the railways and thousands of tons of doad weight that iiover nro loaded on cars aro hauled over tho roads nud streots of tho country Great as is tho yearly froightago on all tho ships caualboats and railways of tho country it is far less than tho freightage that passes along tho country roads Self evident as this proposition is it is over- Â¬ looked by tho farmers Wo hear fro qnent grumblings concerning American railway freight rates though thoy are tho lowest in tho world but docs the complaiuor over think that it has cost him moro to haul 40 bushels of corn or wheat over ten miles of bad roads than to ship it 100 miles over a railway Reconstruction of our country roads is becoming n necessity Moro money is lost iu ono year by bad roads tbau is levied upou all tho tariff dutiablo nr tides imported or than is collected from all tho internal taxes levied by tho general government Threo hundred millions is tho estimated loss by bad roads Neither tariff duties nor internal revenue ever have produced such n sum Private enterprise cannct build roads Good roads aro tho result of wiso ex- Â¬ penditure of public funds And hence good rond laws are needed Building corncribs is now in order nnd n leaf from tho experience of u What Agricultural Collects Cost farmer who has built many cribs may Overn million dollars 1104000 provo of vnluo A correspondent of Prai rie Farmer says A crib should bo nt has just beeu paid by tho United States least n foot from tho ground so tho cats treasury to help tho 48 agricultural cau havo a chanco to get at tho rats and colleges during tho flscnl yenr ending mico Whether you keep dogs nud cats Juuo20 1808 Theygct 23000 apiece or not tho vermin will not troublo half this year under tho net of 1800 ngainst 33000 last year In July next tho as bad if tho crib sots well up from tho ground If you build a crib bo thorough amount will bo 24000 nnd ou nnd as far ns you go You may uot build nftcr July 1 1800 tho sum will bo 25000 eneh nud every year This ex Â¬ expeusivo ones uulcss you choose but Liberty Mbertytown Maryland Tht- they must bo solid to bo durable A corn- - plains American Agriculturist is equal 2o and 60 cent sizes for sale by A R to tho stupendous endowment by tho crib must havo somo kind of a foundaFisher Cloverport and R A Shellman tion that will uot sottlo Then put ou fcdernl government of from 25000000 Stephensport tbreo Q by 0 sills leugthwise Ou theso to 40000000 for agricultural educalay 3 by 0 floor sleepers two feet apart tion or au endowment of 500000 to 800000 to each college nccording ns At the Ilutchcr a For studding uso nothing less than 3 by iucomo is reckoned at 3 4 or 5 per cent 0 two feet apart Theso must bo wired Put tho Wires ou loose aud tho corn will On top of this priuccly grant govern Â¬ tighten them all right Tho studding ment gives 15000 annually to each should bo 10 feet on tho lowsidoand 12 stato for nn cxptrimeut station iu con- Â¬ ou tho other will bo right unless you nection with thoso colleges aro building a donblo crib Iu a moist Sonlne Out by Ilnnd country a erib 8 feet wide is right Hero Thero aro many farmers who find it wo havo them 10 or 12 wido Havo the au ndvnutago to tow other grains with rafters 2 by 4 and cover with bonrds a drill so as to apply fertilizers with Thero is uo need of shingles or battiugs tho seed who yet think tho oat crop for car coru iu this part of tho country comes surer sown on n coarsely harrow ed surfaco aud dragged iu Tho reason The Small Gruln llarveata probably i9 says Amcricau Cultivator Tbo Ornugo Judd Farmer says that that thus tho grain is apt nut to bo cov- Â¬ western farmers aro highly enconraged ered so deeply ns it is by tlio drill Tho with tho spleudid small grain harvests better fitting tho seed bed lias tho deep of tho Mississippi and Missouri valleys illillli er tho wheels sink carrying tho drill Oklahoma which n few years ngo began tubes nud tho seed grniu to greater to raise wheat ou a small scalo is now depths than is good far tho grain crop credited with a crop all tho way up to 25000000 and 80000000 busbols Customer I should liko to sco a nice which is selling direct from tho thrasher nt relatively good prices Kansas has calfs head Butcher Boy Yes sir Father will bo perhaps harvested tho best wheat crop with oue exception in its history aud dowu directly this is esseutinlly truo of Nebraska CURES PAIN IN There is no need of little children be States east of tho Missouri with the ex- Â¬ THE BACK nn ILLS ing tortured by scald heads eczema and ception of parts of Illinois nro also DIABBTBS KIDNEYS eruption DeWitls Witch Hszel Silye turning off good yields of wheat whilo BLADDER DROPSY iu Minnesota and tho two Dakotas tho gives instant relief and cures permanentURINARY GRAVEL prospect coutiuues brilliant ly Short and Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ttow nnd When to Hnrvent It reeding Sorichum to Cattle A Kansas contributor to Tho Breed Â¬ ers Gazetto gives romo interesting points of goneral interest concerning the orghum crop First ho tolls that the seed prcforrcd in Kausas is tbo orange nmber Ho write Wo gonornlly plant about 100 acres in sorghum overy year Our first sowing is about 40 acres and wo then eow about 80 acres at a timo about threo weeks apart Tho object of this in to arraugo so thnt it cnu nil bo hnrvested beforo it gots too ripe Just ns tho heads begin to appear and beforo it gots iu bloom we harvest it Wo uso a pony biudor for this purpose With this machine wo cut about eight acres per diiy Tho second day nftcr It is cut wo put it up iu small shock from 0 to 13 bundles iu a shock then wo lot it statid for about 30 days Wo then stack it Iu the first placo wo build ventilators mado of two by fours 8 feet long and set togothcr in nn A shape Tho sorghum i3 stacked tho samo as wheat and oats Wo hnvo quito frequently fed sorghum that was two years old with good results Wo always liko to feed our cano early nnd nil unstack ed sorghum should bo fed befoTo tho 1st of January ns tho heavy freezing nud thawing dct troyn tho saccharine matter and sours tho sorghum nnd forms an ncid which dostroys nil tho fntteuiug quality tlio sorgnum possesses Sorghum should never bo fed when allowed to ripen ns tho cattlo will gorgo their stomachs with tho seed This will causo iiritation of tho bowels nud impaction of the stomach or bloody murrain This causes inflnmmntiou quito frequently nnd when cows nro pregnaut they will loso their calves nt seven mouths When sorghum is fed beforo tho seed is allowed to bloom thero is no more danger in feeding it than in feeding timothy liny or clovor We hnvo had 12 years oxperienco in feeding sorghum nnd find it he most profltnblo crop for forago that cau bo raised Wo harvest from six to ten tons to tho ncrc nud tho cost for cutting binding nud putting in shock is about 40 cents per ton By tho old way when wo stacked it tho cost wns CO cents per ton Our cxporiciico hns been iu feed- Â¬ ing it to puro bred cattlo nil tho timo Wo find cut fodder fed with grniu makes excellent feed for calve cspo cinlly when they nro highly fed It keeps them from semiring nud mnkes thorn very fat Tho sorghum crop is much more profitable thii millet or kafllr coru nnd it is a better fnt pro Â¬ ducing forngo plant Â¬ Domestic purely domestic ho ex Â¬ plained Glnd to hear there are no foreigu complications said tbo officer encour agingly Thero niut There novcr is Thero never was But what us married men uecd is protection Well hasnt tho Dlnglcy bill gono through n whooplug What moro do you want smiled tho officer who wns dispocd to bo facetious Yes but thats got nothing to do with my cuso contended tho man in dignantly Whnt us mnrried meu want is protection against our wives Look nt mo Mr Officer Look nt me Im n mnrried mnu nud my condition is eutiroly duo to my wifo You nro sober euongh I guess laid tho officer looking hi in over Courso I am Tnintt that neither What wo want is somo of theso hero iu vcntois who nro turning ont ull kinds of machines thnt nro doing all kinds of things wo dont hnvo nny ueo for onco iu 1000 years to got right down on their marrowbones nud imcutn ma- rhino that will go on tho letter n wifo bauds to her husband to mnil when hes got something else to think nbout so that wlicu ho passes a mail box or a carrier or tho postofflco this samo in Â¬ vention will yank tho letttr out of his pocket nud chuck tho wholo thing into whero it belongs Then when tho let Â¬ ters nro collected tho machines can bo taken off nud scut bnck to their owners for future use Now n thing liko that would havo saved mo from looking like I look now nnd would have mado it possiblo for mo to go back homo beforo two weeks Why begau tho officer when the man shut him off Aw dont why mo nny whys he said By gosli I enrried thnt letter around two weeks nnd it ought to got to tho plnco In four days nnd when it didnt it kept my wifo from doing some thing or othcrouo of tho now women societies sho belongs to wanted her to do nud so sho just lit into mo nnd you sen whnt n wreck I am Where aro you going asked tho officer kindly us the mnu started off Darned if I know ho said I guess Ill go dowu hero to the nearest saloon and throw dice to see whether Ill go to a hotol or n hospital New York Suu Â¬ Â¬ Croup Quickly Cared Mountain Gibv Auk Our children were euffering with croup when we re Â¬ ceived n bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy It afforded almost Instant relief FA Thornton This celebrat Â¬ ed remedy Is for sale by A R Fisher Cloverport aud R A Shellman Steph- Â¬ ensport ACCIDENT OR MURDER llodr Taken From the Kher at St Lonla Sr Loiip Oct 4 Charles E Wing an attorney from Greenville Ky lies dead on a slab at tho morguo His body was taken from tho river nt the foot of SUICIOE7 A Kentucliy Lavryera Â¬ Ilnveii street iu South St Louis Whether his death was duo to accident snicido or murder has not been established All that is knowu of the circumstances surrounding the case Is that Wing arrived in St Louis last Wednesdny morning from his home in Greenville secured nud paid for a room at 2015 Eugenia street whero lie re mained but n few minutes and was not seen again by his landlady until she wns brought to tho morguo last night to Identify his dead body When the body was searched at the morguo tho first thing taken from the inside pocket of his coat was a photograph case that contained tho pioture of a beautiful woman and n pieco of pa per upon which was writtou the following lines I loo thee nnd will leave thee never Until my soul leaves lifo forever There wns no sigimtnro to this nor wns anything found on Wing that would afford a clew ns to the cause of hu death Â¬ Delayed by a Wuehnut Yonro petting iu pretty lute said tbo Klondiker Yes said his partner I was de layed by a big washout Hnviug thus spoken ho exhibited 025 ounces of gold the result of tho washout aforementioned Indianapolis Journal Arprnral said tho man who affects eruditlou that Klondike mcaus dter rivei No wns I ho reply Ididntkuow it But with eggs telling nt 0160 npieco I should say thnt 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rteMiwiweairrerTTieMeeeinwTenieTiieBiwerreTewigirifirwraaaiM RATES wjtr enir llu located e -C00 2 PC DAY ithcmj W Â¬ Â¬ Haynts c OR0ANS BTC ETC Modern nicliVlIeoa American Business Man Now sir you havo nil tbo details of my new manufucturlngusabomo If wo succeed woll mako millions Timid Capitalist Bnt if we should fail American Business Man Fail In tho bright lexicon of Americau enter- Â¬ prise theroa no such word as fall be causo whenever it thlug doesnt pay we cau always unload it on an English syudicnto New Yoik Weekly Remedy 1or All Kluda of Lice Lico havo beeu very troublcsomo on trees as well as vegetables this year judgiug from reports of correspondents and our own observations For nil kinds of lico aphides strong tobacco tea or kerosene emulsion is an effective remedy As tho insects work on tho under sido of tho leaf tho liquid should bo thrown with considerable forco from beneath Since tho leaves curl up after tho pests have worked on thorn for some time the sprnyiug is most effectivo if applied as soou ns tho lico aro discovered Farm Journal Â¬ Â¬ 35 YEARS SUCCESS DR MENDEN7T ALLS IMPROVED LJVSTJ7il8LLEtKY EOOS CHI Ai FEVER CUE If KSSPINQ SHORT HAND i sj JWMSA Dwarf Treea To produce dwarf trees the Chinese farmers conflno the roots within a small iron bound cask or tho more rapid method is to select n vigorous branch upou tho desired tree and biud around it a baud of leaf mold This is kept moist until roots creep into the mold thcu the branch is sovcred from the tree Soon lowers aud fruit devel- Â¬ op for their buds were formed by the pareut treo Grceu Food For Swine Farmers who havo swiuo to feed dur Â¬ ing the early winter ought to havo green food for them The American Swineherd advises Jerusalem artichokes and winter ryo as tho best Iu tho southwest green oats greeu wheat ryo or barley with the artichokes letting tho hogs gather tho crops will be foaad to work well in seewiuK krft growth At small coat Who desires to better bis or her condition in lifo should writo foi tho Catalogue of tho 8RYANT No I iafzrXrflaaHaiWWa 100 TUIIID BTHEBT STRATTON LOUI8VIIilli cpiszat KY TELEGEArLi rSLLilKKP ETC SSSS liawVaaaaaaaaLaaaaaVlt Health Depends Upon Your Teeth Being in Order Good We fully reuhze your thoughts when the idea of having dental work done comes but neverthi they mut havo attention and the sooner the bettor 4 jms5Wv We are prepared to do your work with a guarantee to give satisfaction at exceedingly low price We will be at Irvington on Wednesday and Thursday after fourth Monday of each month It U to your interett to consult m m CIUAIUNTEED TO CUBE And Malaria In all Forma Taatclcaa Nona gcnulna without the oUotb picture and too slgnaturo of J O Hcnileohall CHILLS AND FIVER BO JPh j Prloe cents at nil Dealers in o EVAMpVILXE MENraJSNirAXXHiTNS PRBPAREDONLYBY - tank Sold by SHORT HARDIN WILDMt BrwuUburfc Ky A TV V FBrcytM rJ icy 3Z9MMXr4 The Blight of Selfishness The Wool rteeord y tTsTsWt 6VporTnrr r m 1R - Breckewrime Kews WEDNESDAY r K R f L r OCTOBER 13 1897 -- jkLi FLOCMLEECE a From the Wool rteeord V slioep a satlsfActory mowing machlno on a dairy farm They or rather go admirably with Jersey co they follow Jersey cowb with profit to the pasturage Sheep fertilize a pasture more A BQiaU flock of Ib - I r r M evenly than cattle or horses and do not Indiana Is Hopeful tear up tho grass like young hogs They John W Kobe secretary of tho Indi- Â¬ are fond of most young weeds and so keep them cropped down Buy sheep ana Wool Growers Association who re sides in Greencastle Ind given out some Cant keep sheep on high priced interesting information concerning the land eh I How about England with effects of the new tariff law on the sheep 31000000 sheep mostly on land worth and wool industry three or four times as much as ours In the opinion of tho secretary the And Franco with 20000000 sheep kept farmers of Indiana are well pleased with mainly on small farms worth anywhere the new measnre as it already shows an from threo to five times as much as ours advance on wool of from 30 to 50 per And Holland that keeps several millions cent and on sheep from 50 to 100 per of sheep on her little garden farms that cent Mr Kobe says have been rescued from the sea and are The sheep interest of Indiana is qui to High class buoyant Those having of almost priceless value sheep decline to sheep may always be kept with profit on part with them and those that havo in high priced land and always will be past years permitted their flocks to run where there are good Hhepherds and feed- Â¬ down are anxious to buy and stock up ers hence sheepmen as a rule are greatly betweon encouraged at the prospect and bright There is a material difference outlook Many sheep dealers are buyers the investment in sheep and cattle If in the large markets and are slocking up this care- Â¬ you will take time to consider rapidly From present indications I fully you will And that sheep make the hav6 no doubt that tho coming year will is agreatscoro quickest returns This show quite an increase in sheep over the and enables the sheep owner to use his State There is no reason why Indiana original capital several times before the should not produce the best sheep in the cattle grower realizes any appreciable in- Â¬ world Frcm many quarters in my ex range cows Sheep do come from his tensivo correspondence over the State I not run in debt to their owners Twlco hear of higher conditions and assurances come regularly and pay their a year they of better times for the sheep industry bills The sheep owner does not have and think this is a good time for farmers wait for returns wherewith to pay his to and stockmen to invest With the great expenses meanwhile subject perhaps reduction in numbers that has occurred to heavv interest which eats up tho prof in the last few years prices must ad- Â¬ its and not unfrequently the business vance and notably too before those who too are out and want to get in can be sup- Â¬ Good breeding ewes are scarce pur- Â¬ plied A hord of 80000 sheep has been find With the present out- Â¬ chased In Oregon by live stock commis- Â¬ and hard to City and is look I have no doubt we shall soon again sion merchants of Kansas pastures dotted with sheep now being driven overland to Kansas see Indianas will be fed next winter which will rapidly remove the mortgages where the sheep preparatory to their sale in the spring off the farms mortgages placed there by The herd is divided into twelve bands free wool and hard times It will not bo re- Â¬ each of which is driven by eight men long before I hope to see prosperity of driving the sheep is to turning to an Industry which is indis The method allow them to graze along the roadside pensably linked with the history and of mankind as they travel covering six or eight miles prosperity This hopeful outlook from such high each day The bands are driven about glyes wool growers in this sectwelve miles apart and the owners ex- Â¬ authority tion much encouragement pect to reach Kansas with the sheep by By driving the sheep over- Â¬ October There is Nothing So Good land instead of shipping them by rail There is nothing just as good as Dr will ho a saving of 80000 as the there transportation charges from Oregon to Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds so demand it and do Kansas amounts to SI a bead not permit the dealer to sell you some Back to Sheep substitute He will not claim there is The bills of eastern Ohio western anything better but in order to mako Pennsylvania and West Virginia are more profit he may claim something else again being stocked with sheep to which to be just as good You want Dr Kings they are especially adapted Farmers New Discovery because you know it to after several years of trial now agree be safe and reliable and guaranteed to that they have found no other livo stock do good or money refunded For Coughs bo well suited to their lands and that Colds Consumption and for all affections they have found grain raising and potato of Throat Chest and Lungs there is a mistake on these hilly lands Many nothing so good as is Dr Kings New Discovery of the bills which were formerly grazed Trial bottle free at A K Regular size 60 were plowed when the sheep went out Fishers Drug Store several years ago and the result has not cents and 1 been favorable to the continuation of Reflections of a Bachelor that system With wool and mutton Belling at fair price the green hill tops From the New York Ireii of that region will again be the throne of Whenever the devil sees a man go out tho sheep to spade up the flower beds he leans over the fence and laughs Sheep When you hear a woman telling other Thoughtful farmers throughout the directing their attention to- Â¬ women how all children ought to be country are treated you may know she has never had ward wool growing Tho demand for sheep is ttrong in all sections more than one stock The girl who says the lips that touch even Inferior and aged ewes are in de Â¬ tobacco shall never touch hers is gener- Â¬ good prices as the people real- Â¬ mand at ally the one that holds her hairpins in ize that the sooner the start is made the Procrastination now will mean her mouth better When a man doesnt get married all failure to gather large returns next the married women think its because he spring Do we fully realize that a flock of has been disappointed in love all the breeding ewes in good condition now married men know its because he will produce a crop of lambs In the late hasnt winter and early spring that with good Cob Coal For Hogs care can be marketed in April and May There are many farmers who fall to at good prices and that tho wool clip make a success of making coal from corn The will be ready to market by Juno 1 cobs and therefore the following explicit lambs on Eastern farms will generally directions are given Save the cobs and average yearly one hundred per cont of store them in a dry place to be burned the ewes and will be equal in value to when time permits Aside from the Ib there anything the original flock good care we give our pig wo attribute that will pay better than one hundred much of their general health to the con- Â¬ per cent yearly leaving the wool and which diment prescribed herewith manure to pay for forage and care seems to keep their digestive apparatus We cannot do better than advise every in a healthy condition farmer Jn America to try a few ewes this One who raises from 100 to 150 pigs fall Get the best you can obtain Use should aim to save at least 200 bushels a good ram and save your ewe lambs cobs for charcoal Make a pit of In this way judicious care liberal feed- Â¬ 4 1corn 5 feet deep 12 to 18 inches in 2 to ing and close culling will Boon produce a diameter at bottom 4 1 2 to 5 feet on flock you will be proud of top Have a sheet iron cover made Put small bells on a half dozen of the to cover the pit and project largest and strongest sheep to scare away large enough six inches over the edge Start a flro in the dogs the bottom with shavings and add by degrees a bushel of cobs and let thorn get Fattening Lambs lor Market Profesior J A Craig Bays in preparing well aglow Then add threo to four lambs for tho early market the best gain bushels more and when well on flro add to his knowledge is that made by three more and so on until the pit is rounding lamba at the Now York Cornell station full If they burn faster on one side than which made a weekly gain per head of the other lift the side that Is burning If you have an old 5 30 pounds extending over a period of least with a pole iron rod long enough lay it ovor tho cen Â¬ nine weeks Another lot of three made an average weekly gain of 417 pounds ter of hole so as to keep the sheet iron per head extending over a period of from aagglng When all the cobs are twelve weeks In neither case however well aglow even blazing freely cover is the composition of the ration or the the bole with sheet iron and seal tho amount of grain reported Tho best gain edgea with earth air tight and leave it lu tho writers experience at the Wiscon Â¬ until next morning when the charcoal sin station baa been made by four lamba can be taken out and if job was woll Â¬ that were fed a mixture by weight of done there will be nine to twelve bush els four parte of bran four parts of corn meal and one part of Unseed meal J O Berry one of the best kno vn When the experiment started the lambs citizens ot Spenser Mo testifies that be were about throe weeks old and they cured himself of the worst kind of piles were fed or ten weeks on this grain ra Â¬ by using a few boxea of DdWitts Witch tio receiving la addition the milk of Hazel Salve He had been troubled The avenge weight of witli piles for over thirty years and had their mother aeb krab at the beginning of the expert need many different kinds of medicine MMt wm 18 0 pound and at the end but DeWitta was the one that did the weekly gata per work and be will verify this statement M S peawle an ivr bead el 4 48 praiiU Tlioy each ale 2 6 ifasyonewWiM to write him Short peala ot the grain mixture daring the k HaynfB Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ton weeks costing eighteen cents per head The results that camo next to these In profit came from feeding a grain mixture consisting of two parts of ground wheat and one part of ground corn by weight Tho lamba wore about four and one half weeks old when the experiment started and averaged 20 1 pounds in weight When the experiment ended fourteen weeks later they averaged 77 pounds In weight having mado an average weekly gain per head of 3 C3 pounds They each ate 40 0 pounds of the grain mixture In the fourteen weeks costing 33 3 cents Â¬ AXTEL Mrs Blna Canuon is better at this writing There was a largo crowd at church last Sunday Hobby Spencor and wife are in Louis Â¬ ville this week Brother Fudge is mending very slowly at this writing Quite a crowd dlnod with MissMaggle Khodes Sunday Tom ParsonB of McDanlels Is in very bad health at this writing The farmers are very busy now plow- Â¬ ing for next years wheat crop Miss Lula Rhodes was the guest of Mrs Maggie Lewis last Monday evening Charlie Jarboe and son are in Louis- Â¬ ville this week purchasing fall goods Miss Maggie Lewis spent Sunday night with Miss Temple Hart of McDanlels Miss Monica Traff of Hardineburg was down at Long Lck church the fourth Sunday J L Rhodes and three children Julia Lula and Ernest were in Leltchfleld last Thursday Miss Neddie Hunter of McDanlels is visiting her sister Mrs Helmlger at West View Mias Willie Jarboo of McDanlels went to Leltchfleld last Friday and re- Â¬ turned Sunday There was about twenty seven chil- Â¬ dren to make their first communion last fourth Sunday Charlie Rhodes of Grayson county was visiting relatives near McDanlels a few days ago Mrs Eflie Cannon of Cave Spring spent Jast week with her parents Mr and Mrs Will Jarboe Miss Maggie Lewis of Cloverport who GREGORY WlirfRisttrs CLBVEHPOTT Local Agenta C Acuts has been visiting her grandparents re- Â¬ turned to her home last Thursday Mr Miller and Mr Bishop of Har dinsburg aro camping at the Rough Creek bridge fishing and hunting Wallace Wedley of Meade county who was hurt very badly somo time ago is ablo to be among his friends again Mrs Delia Glasscock of McDanlels who was visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Bradley returned homo last week Miss Lula Vessel of Hardinsburg who has been visiting at her uncles Mr Joo Mattingly at Glendeane returned home last Friday Miss Lizzie Hall of West View and her mother leave next Thursday for Owensboro and Henderson Mrs Hall will stop at Henderson and Miss Lizzie will stop at Ovrensboro and attend the fair J M Thlrswend of GroBheck Tex says that when he has a spell of indigestion and feels bad and sluggish he takes two of De Witts Little Early Risers at night and he is all right the next morning Many thousands of others do the same thing Do you 7 Short and Hay nes Â¬ Â¬ Individual mlflsbnt ss Is the frost that kills tho roots and blights the blossoms of friendship Organized selfishness Is the bano of socloty Friendship is the condition of civilization Barbarism is based upon nelf love In reflecting upon the dark sea of Botfishnoss that baa sur- Â¬ rounded mankind we perceive that no line is long enough to measure the depth of its cruelty History resounds with clanking chains and dying groans Force has ruled the world with an iorn hand From the re- Â¬ motest to the most recent events in his Â¬ tory the really shocking incldonts and spectacles have not been seen where pestilence or flood earthquake or fam Â¬ ine camo but wheco man made war upon man not alone with sword but with every available instrument and agency of oppression persecution and destruc- Â¬ tion Man has been a worse foo to man than have all the beasts of the forests and all the storms famines and plagues in Nature How truly Mans inbumanity to man Makes countless thousands mourn Selfishness is the freezing point in tho temperature of society and government Embodying and expressing the very essence of injustice selfishness is but another name for unrighteousness Egotism is tho great anti Christ In re- Â¬ ligion and tho equally formidable an Â¬ archist in government It is the usurper pf all rights and the disturber of all order Emerson said Selfishness is the root and source of all natural and moral evils There is nothing more malignant and destructive in its nature and influence Its injurious influence pervades all spheres of human life social civil and religious Selfishness absorbs but friendship diffuses It is the weakness of man to consider himself first in those matters In which others should be first considered Too frequently tho agent of an estate by some strange metamorphosis not men- Â¬ tioned in Orid becomes tho sole owner The same applies to politics and govern- Â¬ ments Caesar set out as a great Roman republican the hater of crowns and the lover of the people But Bays the play Was the crown offered him thrice Aye marry wast and he put it by thrice each time gentler than the other Napoleon began as the destroyer of crowns but out of the gold and jewels of those he destroyed he wove the diadem of his own imperial despotism Such has been the history of human selfishness through all tho ages Men everywhere have played the role of Caesar and Napoleon on a small scale and in their own spheres This is not the ideal of humanity The relation between man and man is called society between man and country is called patriotism and fraternity is the basis of both Our charity should be as broad as the earth and our mutual for- Â¬ bearance and forgiveness should be as extensive as are the mistakes and mys Â¬ teries of human life Mutual helpfulness is the law of society and civilization means brotherhood Â¬ fc StMMbut J NTUCtfl BEST TRAINS Kansas City Montana Colorado Pacific Goast Utah Washington Omaha Hsmestead Fertilizer Cempany and dianoan uu Dealer In ww Doors Sash Blinds Yellow Pine Floor tog and Colling Weather Boarding Shingles Bait IImo Cement Laths Plaster Plastering Hair Plow Handles Bricks Etc Estimate Furnished for Buildings as Bslldlng Material 1 St Paul Nebraska Black Hills VIA St Louis or Chicago VESTIEULED TRAINS SLEEPERS DINING GARS CHAIR GARS 8FTE8 M RUGO TRAVPASSRAOENTSTLOUiMO HOWARD tLLIOTT OINL MQR 8T LOUIS Ma F BAK or EARDIISrSBrfi FreildenU D 7 BKARD WILL MILLER Vloe Prefldeat n BEARD Caihler Q W LWWAKCLEYOtNLreA88RAaTSTtOUISMa Sold by SHORT A HAYNES J H Hunsche STICKLER FOR ETIQUETTE - The TAILOR with Casper BEARD SAMPLE Clovis Walls is very sick at this writ Â¬ ing with typhoid fever Miss Nellie Grant was the guest of Miss Lena Brown last Wednesday Mrs Brashear and Mrs Connor of Rome visited Mrs Milt Miller a few days last week Mrs Henry Gibson and Mrs Susan Roberts haye purchased new machines Price 05 each Our quarterly meeting will bo held the 13th and 14 th of October All are invi- Â¬ ted to attend Everett Dowell returned from Hender Â¬ son ThursJay He has bten with his sister Mrs McBride for some months Milton Miller and wife Newsom Gard Â¬ ner and Miss Annie Bennett Mack Rob bins and Miss Nettie Cashman and Jesse Miller took in the fair last week Those who believe chronic diarrhoea to be incurable should read what Mr P E Grlsbam of Gaars Mills La has to say on the subject viz I have been a suffor irom chronic diarrhoea ever since the war and have tried all kinds of medi- Â¬ MARKET REPORTS cines for it At last I found a remedy that effected a cure and that was Cham- Â¬ berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy This medicine can always be Louisville Ky Oct 5 1897 depended upon lor colic cholera morbus dysentery and diarrhoea It is pleasant Shipper ihould mark all packagei plainly to take and neyer fails to effect a cure with hipperi name and poit offlce addreu 25 and 50 cent sizes for sale by A R Fisher Cloverport and R A bhellman BUTTER Ptephensport 18 Choice country 15 7 8 Medium For the Housekeeper 18 0 12 Creamery - should speak to his immediate superior and havo tho matter como to him through tho proper channels May Co Naturally in viow of this overy one was tickled when tho assistant book- Â¬ OANNELTON IND keeper said to tho bookkeeper ploaso ask Mr Mr Davis will yon Hill to ask Mr Smith to ask Mr John Â¬ son to ask the boss if I can get oil toÂ¬ morrow at 8 oclock Tho bookkeeper saw tho hnmor of tho thing at onco and promptly delivered tho message to Mr Hill and bo it went np step by step to the boss who smiled a sickly sort of smilo when tho request was repeated to him Tho nssistant Ah yes he said bookkeeper seems to bo n great stickler for offlco otiqnotto Yes sir returned Mr Johnson Ho was anxious that tho request should roaoh you through the proper channels Now Quite right said tho boss I might call him in and givo him my Loniwlk Henderson Si Louis Ry Co answer in person but that would hardly bo in conformity with his ideas of pro Â¬ priety would it Time Card In Effect June 20 07 Woll sir I suppose It is only a little joko No 41 No 4 No 46 East Hound Very amusing Yes yes of course Lv St Louli 766im 855pm Now Mr this stepladder business Kvaiuvllle 652m ZSfbm 24Aim 3 10 7 IS 2 40 Henderson Johnson will you please toll Mr Smith bpottsvill 3 7 328 738 to toll Mr Hill to tell Mr Davis to tell 400 341 Owensboro 818 4 60 4 40 the assistant bookkeeper that his Bcrviocs Ilawesvflle 917 9 45 610 5 03 Cloverport aro dispensed with And while you are 1007 Stenhensport 525 522 passing the message down you might 10 45 6 57 6 03 Irviugton Brandenburg 1112 617 621 add that if wo havo any more of this 12 35pm 7 33 7 43 ArrLouIsvill stepladdor business Ill kick the whole No 4I No 43 No 45 West Hound ladder over and throw it out of the offlco T E McGrath in New York Lv Louisville 70im 460pm 823pm 0 32 861 600 Truth Hrandenbure not The Boh Saw the Joke and Sprungter One Of conrso it was a good joko Hadnt the boss said that ho didnt want every Â¬ body in tho office running in to seo him on overy little pretoxt Hadnt ho told ono of tho clerks that If the latter want Â¬ ed anything brought to his attention ho MORRIS ESKRIDOK r R M JOLLT ON 1 -- Director Will be in Clover- Â¬ INTEREST PAID TIME DEP01 port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month YOUR FORTU u la Tnur vntir Ta Ywtttllh Tkrotit clear and health nuni nni lira in i nurarn nvrrinrnj can ULNUUAAM MKaTJIIfljinililAjttKlSt nena troubl pnntt relief to mankind in nil fit OAT V CITRFN COMI4 HOKE Tl TAUIlir That nwnil odor orGntnrrh d nppenrt it ue wnnacriui in hut rcrera Asthma hrilUY OXIY CUSIIMANS By Ifytm fffl tt al UmrfM itnit tmr It all SO HrtkI frt Rf4 Ur hak CO TKCK1KES IND O B nmi rniir Keeptbe Jlcnd nnd Ymir Itnnnlnriift CLSIMUK UttlG A HOW TO TRAVEL B -- o sw t nTTr-pn nrATrl f I m Henderson Route Trains leave Louisville as fi B W IIAILWAY Clnclnna East St Louis and the West O S No so No 16 8 ajam a 35am Lv Loulsvilo Ar Clncinratl 645am 1155am Columbus Ar 1115am 555pm 8 25pm Ar Pittsburg Ar Washington 650 am 7 50am Ar Baltimore 10 15am Philadelphia Ar 1 Ar New York H3onn Ar Boston 4 oopm Nraln No 16 has eleerant Pullman Buffet Car to Cincinnati and Drawing room Sleepr dining cars Cincinnati to Washington Balti Philadelphia and New York without change Train No IS has elegant Pullman Pallor C Cincinnati and Pullman Drawing room and d cars Cincinnati to New York without char Train No 30 has sleepers to Cincinnati 9 oclock to receive passengeis St Louis Springfield and the Is 3011n 8 40pm Ar Springfield North Vernon accomodation leaves at daily Charlestown accommodation leaves 1 except Sunday Tralnl Nos 16 30 and 44 haveelegan Pullman parlor and sleeping cars to St Ar St Louis Lv Louisville No so a 35am No 16 6 40pm 8 33am 10NHE Iryington Stenhensport Cloverport Owensboro bpottsviHe Henderson Evansville ArrfaU Louis llawesville 1011 1035 1135 1217pm 1240 1 15 7 32 915 951 643 7 20 9 05 1010 739 804 1021 10 J6 1068 1148 962 w- - 947 1223am 12 5 1040 115 7 20 TRAINS ARRIVE From East 7 ij a m 13 15 noonr 6 12 5 a m j 20 a m From West j sea m 13 15 p m 6 40 City Ticket office southeast comer Main streets Depot Seventh and river For detail Information regarding rat Connecting lines sleeping parlor dining address IlSBIlC District Pats Ticket Agent II 4th and Main Louisville or J M CHESSBROUC General Passenger Agent Clnclo G B A 1 trains run through Solid to Evanivllle Through parlor cars and Pullman seepera on all trains Detwren St Louis Kvaiuvllle and Louis yille Numbers 41 and 42 connect at lrvineton for Tordsvlllc and Hardinsburg daily except Sunday H C MOllDUE A G 1 A Louisville Ky Farm News XGQS U II St L ily Fordsvllle Branch MAY 30 1897 General Passenger Agent Cincinr WAIIKEL Asslsta GARRETT Tim Cleary and Jim Tindall went to Brandenburg Wednesday J M Tuell and Dr Miles went to Brandenbnrg Wednesday Misses Julie and Zypbla Peak were tho guests of Miss Eva Buchler Saturday night Mrs Buchlor spent Thursday night in Garrettsville the guest of her sister Miss Howard Miss Lottie Funk of Lakeland spent Saturday with her brother John and children O Bennett and family of Custer were here a few days last week visiting II relatives R L McGuffin the grocery drummer spent Wednesday night here tho guest of Dr Miles and family Several from hero attended the party at Hill Grove given by Mr and Mrs D W Burch All report a good time Henry Milas and Lawrence Ritchie went to Paynesville Saturday the guests of Mrs Conway and family J G Roby returned from Washington county after a few days stay His sister-in-laMiss Florence Thomas accom- Â¬ panied bim home w Free Pills Semi your address to II E Bucklen Co Chicago and get a free sample box of Dr Kings New Life Pills A trial will conyinco you of their merits These pills are easy in action and are particular- Â¬ ly effective in the cure of Constipation n and Sick Headacho For Malaria and Liver troubles they have been proved invaluable They are guaranteed to be perfectly free frdm every deleterious sub Â¬ stance and to be purely vegetable They do not weaken by their action but by giving tone to stomach and bowea great-Â¬ ly invigorate the system Regular else 25c per bottle Sold by A K Fisher DfHggiet Housekeeping is it a difficult profes- Â¬ sion requiring scientific training or is it a simple thing for which any woman is qualified A writer in the American Kitchen Magazlno discussing this sub- Â¬ ject says Certainly multitudes of women are undertaking every day tho duties of the home without any training whatever Many of them learn in time to be ex- Â¬ cellent housekeepers and many alas fail utterly in making homo what it should be Those who succeed do bo through dint of many failures and much trying experience Who of them would not have done better to have entered upon her work well trained and equip- Â¬ ped for her duties 7 Wo Americans are prone to depend upon our quick wits and ready intelli- Â¬ gence and to undervalue training Other nations are establishing trade schools We think we can carry on great indus- Â¬ tries without any such aid One of the special commissioners to the Paris expo- Â¬ sition reports that in the textile indus Â¬ tries in such branches as designing for example we are far behind other nations where textile schools are maintained In the great business of housekeeping we Bhall fall behind the best unless we are willing to avatl ourselves of every possible help The notable housekeep Â¬ ers of the past had their training In th home The tendency to day is to look to tho schools for instruction Whether at home or school in these days of com- Â¬ plex life the work should be done some- Â¬ where There baa been a lament that oar edu- Â¬ cated women our college women are un- Â¬ willing to undertake household duties Is it not partly because of this yery feel- Â¬ ing that the work in the homo requires no preparation and can be done as well by the untrained and even Iguorant woman as by the most educated 7 There are no talents too varied no education too complete no training too perfect to find use and exercise in household afÂ¬ fairs Fresh Prime white goese Mixed Old No 1 duos FEATHERS 13 34 TIME TABLE Ne 10 20 80 00 6 TAKING EFFECT West Bound Trains Bast Bound Train Dally I Daily ex Sun ex Sun No 2 No Him per lb Spring Chlokeni per dot Duokt per lb Qeeie per doi Irlih POULTRY 7 7 8 8 4 00 Dally I Dally ex Sun ex Sun STATIONS No 6 Nol 1050am Lv lrvineton Ar Garfield 1125 11 9o0m 8 00 7 42 40 1147 12 12 12 12 New La Sweat potatoel per bbl From tore 2 to 5 cU higher Nary Beam per bushel ROOTS POTATOES per barrel new Jk00522 25 2 50 0 1165 10pm 25 35 65 1 05 Harncd Junction Hardinsburg Junction Kirk Jolly Glendeane Dempster Dempster Rockvale Oaks Mitchell Safety Co mt 7S7 660 7 27 7 17 7 02 6 30 6 20 ttvill aid Evansvi Between Q 22 15 20 6 5 120 1 45 arPallsItoughlv Ituth Asklns GInieng Benlca Snake Pink Yellow Wild Oinger May Apple Blood 2 05 165 215 2 30 605 6 44 0 38 6 f0 6 25 610 KOQara Packet Line Fait Mall Line 25im Loulsyllle H ArWnxUvillaLv Louisville and Evansvill BTEAMKUS Lady Slipper Jtf 2H FIELD SEEDS Timothy per buihel Olorer per buihel Orlmion Olorer per bmhel RedToppej buihel Orchard Orati per buihel Blue a ran fancy per buihel Bine Oraii extra per buihel Onion Sell Yellow perjbaihel Whlto Green good Dry Gait good Dry rllnt good Sheep iklm 110 4 00 2 50 50 1 10 85 2 50 3 50 TIME SCHEDULE XaklMg Effect D sro 4 enileffonSI tools RyCo P M E G RAGON Ryan Maiter Mr A Blihop Pnn TARASCON I Penny Maiter Ii T Conner Part M9oclckUSaD7lUaj30i87 tfwl Bound Train Xatt Bound Train 11 R n TELL CITY Ballard Matter W B Nenbell Pari HIDES 13 16 WOOL 13f IS 0 jf Expra Expri Dally 4 Mall STATIONS Dally 0pm llvUan 531 Kentucky St ptar Kxpre Hxpr Dally Dally 12 Mall A 41 P D STAGGS 35pm Tub waihed Create fine Burry Black it MISCELLANEOUS 3 27 6 40 S is 14 Burry and Cote Tallow Beeiwax Sorghum 10 Gb IS 3 648 663 600 609 618 626 ft S3 Brandenburg Kkron Guston frvlngton Willowdale Hock Haven Long Branch West Point Howard i zu 1160am 1145 1135 1128 1121 1112 1102 KIM 1045 1037 1024 1020 10 10 4Spa 83 65 661 643 634 626 618 610 660 630 622 618 615 603 440 433 418 2 3K McUhm FLOUR 23H 30 8 25 High grade patent Straight Patent Low Uradei CORN No 3 Mixed at itore No 3 White OATS No 3 White No 3 No t Mixed Oati No 3 No 3 Long Berry No 3 Red No 3 50 4 jo 31 661 669 707 712 720 724 727 Lodlburg Pierce Webster Simple Holt 6 03 6 43 Stephensport Addison Cloverport Shops Sklllman lit 07 64 WW 940 927 8 909 903 864 127 J3 U69 Dally except Saturday between LooIitI and Hew Amiterdam Freight ihlpped by thli line delivered qatol er than by rail Traveler will find tteteameri areneiar puted In equipment and aeoosamodatloai The bett culinary are employed a oookt and be menu It equal to that of the beet boteli General office ITS and 178 4tk Avenue Loulivllle D L PENNY W W HITK Supt Pm O V WiLUAim T P A OwMMboro Ky m jo 91 g i ji WUEAT 89 43 ONIONS x 71 Wabnino Persons who sutler from No 3 WeiUra coughs and cold should heed the warn Â¬ ings of danger and save themselves suffer Â¬ Per barrel ing and fatal results by using One Min Â¬ ute Cough Cure It la an Infallible rata craoulderf edy for coughs colds creun asd all uwer in mm throat and lung trouble liWd M twMM RYE Hatutt 7 31 Hendernlv 715iw St itieu Trains Not 41 and is make connection at Ir vlngton daily except Sunday r llawesville Pctrle Palcon Lewliport Waltman Power Pates Owensboro Mattingly Griti th Stanley Worthlngton Xeads Spottivllle 6 00 4 49 8 47 8M Jot 363 3 44 l 18 8 07 803 768 762 ssa 316 824 813 SM 7 45 IMF BACON r tt cHonJdrei VndU0JOly miMiM with trains from Hardiaburg and Kordsvlll Breach to and Only line running Parlor Cars btwe Louli ne ktete An5 isuevma ity HLSSfesl On jpippwwrr Try BRECKENRIDGE WEDEN8DAY OCTOBER WiiM ii x - LafUe jfWlif - TH 13 1697 BREIDKHNRIDGB NETW IRVINGTON OIxOYHRPORT KY Keep the system in perfect or Â¬ der by the occasionil use of Tutts Liver Pills They reg- Â¬ ulate the bowels and produce Of prices goolvaltiCB NEWS OffiflMSS Local Brevities W ei J01 t rv Vi r -- f 4 7 fS L1i n lulnr the new pastor for M K Fresh barrel of kraut at Grepory A strong arm that is toshlel and pioeit chutch South arrived last whi k and Gibsons her and ho looked woll calculated to preached two excellent sermons Sunday Protracted meeting begun at the See our new line of mens and boys His congregation Is well pleased with Baptist chuich last Sunday night every chersh his charge Tho following guestB caps Sulzars from a distance wero present Mrs Gor him body invited to attend Jack Acherman of Rome lud was ham of Indianapolis Miss Hewitt of James Tucker nsldirg in this county Mr CarrIcowitli Grutxher aud Stark Louievillo Misses Lyda nnd Cecil Sar- Â¬ In town Monday Is quite happy over the fact that he will of Iuisvilleis down visiting his friend gent of Fordsvlllo Mr nnd Mrs F F A It Fisher went to Brandenburg New evaporated apricols at Gregory soon receive a pension He will also gel John Nevitt Basin Sprirgs Dayne of Webster and Miss Palrpont yesterday on buslnrss Gibsas back pay amounting to something near Dr Dugan tho well known surgeon of of Eliztbethlown Mr and Mrs Sargent Now rolled oats new cinned gods at 1000 T It McBeath Le llchfhld was in the Louisville Is down to see tho farm and left on the evening trala for Louisville Gregory A Gibsons city Sunday Mr R bert T Mattingly of Ball Town visit his brothers Henry and Sam Dugati Cincinnati and other points Upon their J D Hambleton of Henderson was ft as in town Monday Ho Informed a Society in Cioverport lias coino to a Clarenco Davis and M s i Bettie McGlu e retum after October 20ih they will be at lu tho city Monday News reprrBontatlve that his wifo was standstill were In attendance at tho Baptist Assoc- Â¬ home at Fordsvlllo somewhat of a weather prophet He iation also All tho Cioverport lawyers are attend Politics will soon begin to get warm in Charlie Marshall and Nellie GLENDEANE said My wife bad been sajirg all the ing court tbis week tbis county Bandy time that it woull rain Sunday Oct 10 W E Brown of Irvington went to All the new styles In bats at Mrs II Bro Nunn a Presbyterian minislor has and continue until Tuesday Brandenburg Friday Dr Dempster was right sick last week V Duncans been holding services In the M E church Foster Butler West View sold last G W Brown A Son merchants at Fred Brown of Harnod spsnt Sunday is sill in our community enjoying their Mr John W Vest went to Hardins week in Louisville a hhd of old Burley Pellvllle havo slid out hero with friends burg yesterday hospitality tobacco at 10 75 per hundred This Eight to 10000 peoplo heard Bryans Joe Mattingly and Jim May nttended A Democratic club has b en organized Call and see Miss Lillio McGlothlaus same tobacco he siys had been off red speech at Elizibethtown millinery goods Latest tilings in trimmed the Offcnsboro fair at Jollys Station several times last year and rejected at Mr and Mrs Elward Whitehead Mist Irene Board returned from Rus hats walking Bailors aud childrens hats Housekeepers have a splendid chance to 0 Mr Butler is very well pleassellvillo last Thursday to clean house af er the delightful rain went to Rome Friday with the sale and has more cf the and caps Also retrim old hats ed Major J A Barry spent several days same kind to sell Mr aud Mrs James Bate Herndon and Vic Robertson comes back to day All of the dusty windows will be given in Meade county last week Monday from Degonia Ind Mr William Weatberholt Sr a thorough cleaning of daughter have returned from the Baptist Dont miss getting prices on decorated Tobinsport Ind brought to tho News Association held near Leltcbfield and Miss Carrie Owen is at home after an Once more tho trees so lorg dusty 11 wer pots Suizsrs give that green appearance extended visit to Louisville office yesterday two fine tomatoes report a splendid time The Teachers Association met here Pickled pig feet and kraut good and weighing each two pounds Ho had a Mrs W R Moorman was called home Flower pots just the thing for winter curiosity In the way of a new variety ol witli very few in attendance Prof Pate Friday from her Millwood visit pure nt Lily Bakery plants Suzars Bashy sweet potatoes It is called the Vineles s and wife Misses DJunott The great fuel savers and fire keepers Miss Nannie Owen returns this week Something very fine in perfumery at Sweet Potatoe and will keep durirg the Hanks Cubbsg aud others Cole s stoves Vest agent from Carrollton nnel other points Shoat Haynes winter months equal to nn Irish potatoes I am told that Prof Ayilt did most of Qiiite a change has been made in the Herbert Beard Hirelinsburg came The candidates for the State Senate Have just returned from the maiket tho talking at the teachers meeting last few days at the depot speak here to day I am now prepared to meet your wants Hurrah for you Mr Avltt wo need moo down a calling Saturday evenig You get the purest and freshest gro In tho millinery line Miss Judith Miller just like you What is better than a con- Â¬ PreachiDg Sunday morning and night Thats a superior line of hat etc that cerh s from Gregory A Gibson Miss Mattie Owen lias just received at the Biptist church You aro especially invited when in the scientious enthusiastic teacher Would Oar pretty lino of Golf caps aro now city whether Mr amlJStrs Ollie Hayes of White3 Mr 0 II Rodel of Holts bottom desirous of making n pur- Â¬ there wero more of them ready for inspection Suzjrs vllle visited friends here last week was in town yesterday chase or not to call and closely examine Â¬ Dont throw away good but faded garBreckenridge county was well repre tho new fall millinery at Mrs II V ments Happy ichool teachers Twenty per Prayer meolirg Wednesday night at Remembsr with one hours sente at Owensboro last woek the Baptist church at 7 oclock Dunrnns work and no muss if you uso Putnam cent of their salaries was recttved Satur Â¬ Extra fine tea for 50 cents a pound The eighth wonder of the world Bring the babies to us and havo their Fadeless Dyes you can make them new day Try some from the City Bakery Eli Storms came over from McDaniels Coles stoves Vest sole eg int pictures raado They will appreciate again Sold by W E Brown Irvington Sundiy and went on Monday to Louis- Â¬ It will take an inch of rain fall before this one act in after years more than Charles Warfleld is running a passen- Â¬ the Oaio will again be navigable i Your oyes need toning up just as well ville an thing you can do for them Knights ger wagon to and from Hardineburg We have a line of decorated fljwer studio is the place as your system Djnt think because K William Smith son of tho lato Jacob W L Beavin sold to Joseph A Beavin pots closing out cheap Suzdrs The municipal race in this city for you have never had sore eyes youve no ismitli una Jliss IdaSturg onof Grayson 40 acres of land Consideration fOOO use for Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve county wero married at Cannelton lud How about some good comfortable the respective offices Police Judge J Miss Marlab Watkins has returned last Friday warm blankets See our line Sulzers Councilmen and Mayor promises to be It is cooling healing and strengthening from a visit to relatives in Owensboro W R Moorman who was dangerously For IJBod warm comfortable unde- a lively one There will in all probabil- Â¬ It will clear your sight Miss May Connor of Itockport Ind 111 Friday and Saturday was attended by rwearour line cannot be beat Suz irs ity be three distinct tickets in the field is with her mother Mrs J T Conner Dr Kincheloe of Hardinsburg owing to STEPHENSPORT The largest and most varied assort Â¬ Elisha Ashcraft and H G Smith were If you want a pictun of your bom Dr Dempsters illness just leave your order with 0 L Knight in the city Sunday en route to Hardins ment of millinery goods embracing all of the latest styles such a Klondike Venule Moorman says that he is going burg Willio Biggs has gone to Owensboro Mr J II L Moorman has commenced ont to Washington next spring nnd ex- Â¬ How abcut a new carpet We can short back Sailors Trimmed hats aro on Miss Mittie McCubblns was at homo assessing the town for the ensuing year pects to locate there display at Miss Judith Millers Guess hell no on carpet your room neatly and cheapy Wednesday Mrs Jarrett and Mr and Mrs Parr of to the Klonelyko nnd hunt gold A fire at French Lck Springs destroyed Sulzors Mrs E izi Gorham of Indianapolip is Stepheneport were in the city Thurs- Â¬ Letters recolved from Mr Willie Owen The loss of the James Fisher lost one hundred panels the Windsor hotel here visiting relatives day of fence Sunday by fire The oriuin is company will exceed 50000 with 25000 show that ho is pleased with his work oi Miss Palrpont of Elizibethtown Is tho directing the interests ol a timber firm A pretty line of mourning veils andj unknown insurance Loss of diamonds and other in Jackson aud Rockcasthi counties all the new ribbons at Miss Judith Mi- Â¬ LASibyl Bell infant daughter of Mrs valuable property of the guests 3000 guests of Mrs Harvey EngUh Minnie l loyil tiled Uctobor 7iu ol tyDr and Mrs Win L Mlluer spnt llers Mr Bob R burtsDii is having liU home Robert Calvill aud wife George Mc phoid fever To git the value of an ad Gee and wife of Louisville came down Wednesday with Mrs Taylor Hanks The Paius repilrdd and painted when The business at the river Is quite dull to Brandenburg Thursday enrouto to Vlready It is one of the most attractive Miss Florence Williams of Evansvllle reading it in the News state it to tho ad Â¬ this is due from the suspension of ihe Mr country places wo know Stuart Owens Wolf Creek They is visiting her Bister Mrs Watiington vertiser packet line will spend two weeks there hunting and Mr Jim Frank Biggs from O venahoro Mrs A Y Ford of Louisville spent Right here in this extrcm tly dry time t Catechism and choir practice for the was the gust of his mother last weok the town pump refuses to work Mr Sunday with her mother Mrs Annie children of St R030 church next Satur- Milling day at 8 a m E Brown Mrs Sallie Blaine has moyed to town Ddwees is trying to secure one that will Columbia Circle B V R O is not fail when needed Help him A short distance above Brandenburg requested to meet at the home of Mrs and is reoccupying the Martin property M F Popham and wife sold to Joseph Â¬ the Ohio is in such a low state that it Dr7 Smith Friday evening October 15tb Miss Mattio Owen lias just received a 10 A Beaven acres of land Consider Miss Cecil Rdeigh of Liuisvllle visit Â¬ at oclock Business important Those can easily be forded ation 100 The ed her cousin Mrs R A Smith last lot of new and stylish millinery who have expressed a wish to join are pretty goods and happy faces of delight Mr Edward Eicon of Louisville was invited to bo present week Our Pdllville correspondent says the ed purchasers combine to make her store Next Sunday there will be services at sorghum crop this season will fall short the guest of Mr Jamss Fisher at the Miss Hattie Hewitt of Louisville was Fisher homestead Sunday St Rose church at 1015 a m The au- - the guest of Mrs R A Shellman last tho most attractive placo in town one fourth nuai a Let us take your order for a new suit on coiieciiou lor coal win ua taken up week Sam Thomas May his daughter Eva Mr and Mrs George Beutley of that day All the members of the of clothes neat fit overy time see our congregation are expected to contribute and son Leonard visited at the Mattingly Hawesville spent Sunday in the city Miss Myra Hanks came down Tuesday samples Suz jrs Hotel Saturday and Sunday as generously as ou former occasions With vio- Â¬ witn relatives to be an attendant at the Hawicins-Sar-ger lin guitar ami organ they furnished Mis Florence Simons and Miss Mary Ilamman Caley the bright little son nuptials Young ladles you should by all means Â¬ some superior music Miss Evas voice of Mr Titos Caley is tho proud examine the new fall millinery at Miss Anderson of Tobinsport were in the or of a goat Ho lias a new set possess Mr James R y Brashear who has beon of har is much complimented by those who city yesterday shopping Judith Millers ness and wagon for him The llttlo fel- ylsiting liis aunt in Daviess county re- Â¬ heard her We will make you good pictures pic- low can almost at any hour be seen turned homo Monday Mr and Mrs O L Knight were at driving the rig in tho eastern part of Wheat sowing has teen going on but KockptSrt lud last week visiting rela- tures that will stand the test of time tmd town whero Mr and Mrs Gus Shellman of Ilar is held in serious check by the continued he lives criticism Knight Cioverport tives and friends The members of tho B V R O Irv dinsburg Misses Cecil and Lyda Sar dry weather Messrs Bob Robertson and Mrs E T Wiggington of Louisville Some nobby things right from the Irgon Ky aro requested to meet with gmt of Furilsviilej Mr and Mrs B P W R Moorman are aiming at 12t acres Eastern markets in fall millinery at Miss who has been visiting Rev and Mrs W Mis Piggotton Saturday Otober 10 at Payne of Webster and Mr Moorman each Diausare aimirg for a big crop B Rutledgp has returned homo 2 p m to reorganzj for the ensuing Hardaway of Irvington were Judith Millers here Wed Mrs Bittle Moorman Dave Moormau ear All persons interested and wish Toe Hiwkins Sargent nuptials at ing Come down come over come up to unite with tho circle aro cordially neslay to atteud tho Hawkins Sargent and others aim at a heavy acreage wedding and let us explain and show you the Stephensport was a brilliant aflfiir A Invited to bo present Oa the nUlit of Ojt 23rd Miss Cherry ful account appears in this issue good points In Coles heaters Vest Whv is it We have not had a fall Misses Hewitt and Rtleigh of Louis- Â¬ of Bowling Green tlm champion elocuMr Sam Baker aud Sdas Taylor of of rain since June to amount to any Â¬ ville and Mies All mail orders or letters jertainingto Helm Brashear spent tl o tionist of Kentucky will n cite hero for fall styles of millinery shall have my Patesviile were in town yesterday They thing but still as soon as the peoplo are day Saturday with Mrs L R Adkiu the benefit of Utopias library The report a favorable rain in their section blessed with a good shower they all run son Sandy Flat and Miss Judith Miller prompt attention attended an apple youug ladles and young niiii will assist The News is tho paper you want to from it as though every moment light peeling at Mrs Ben Lays in the even her with song i etc Miss Cherry is well G A Wigglnton of Mt Wash- Â¬ M ing where the laigt crowd had a good entitled to her laurels which wero won ington Mrs It K Oliver Bowling Green take More local and county news than niug would strike them over contestants from Kiiituckjs best Walter Scott Smart arrived from Chi- - old fashioned time are visiting Rev and Mrs W B Rut any other paper published In the Stato Pete Macey and wife Stephonsport ccg Saturday night Ho has associated IjU schoos and colleges Glendeane feels Hawkins sahoent ledge Geoigla Pellaven and Hattie Tucker were In town shopping Mr Macey eaya himself with O M Henderson A Co ofT I Tho marriaco of Miss Georiria B Hnw- - proud to w lcome ouo who sog nerously colored were committed to jail f r one he lost four acres of good tobacco by the umengo an wuoiosaie snoe ueaiers lie kins daughter of Mr Gardiner Haw carries a most varied line and one that kinc and Mr W II Sargent of Fords hour each yesterday afternoon for con- Â¬ frost tempt of rourt You can rbly when readii g an ad in the retail dealers should readily take ville Ky was solemnzed before a bril- Â¬ Ike Owings bought two car loads of the News that the articles so advertised hold of liant assembly Wednesday afternoon at Dick last week can bo purchased from the advertiser at apples from Addison Tho recent rain was general through- Â¬ 230 p m Ojtober Oth In tha Baptist at II 08 per bbl Ike is making a hit that price out Kentucky and the damaging drouth church at Stephensport which fairly Nun apples this season The Fraternal Mjstlc Circle will cele- Â¬ to the farmers has been broken and at glowed with autumn leaves fernc golden rod and potted plant tho Itv Mr Morgan Fountain1 Holts bottom has brate Friday night An elegant supper last the farmer can once morenjilce Wanted MlscoUnenun tmall ndv rlliemenli Ihii Ker Ec just finished shipping to Loulivllle 2500 will be s rved to all members and invi- This rain camo in limn to moisten the Hunt officiating Mies SaraiM Rich Â¬ h4dbaletheLoll Kuurul ol mc Inteileda under each word emtlurni rate nt tent earth so that the sowing of wheat could ardson of Uuion Star presfefil at the Interliuii barrels of apples for which he paid 1 00 ted friends Tho bridal party entered the for tho fill of tho barrel Threo pedestrian musicians stluck the be carried out But still wo have not organ ANTKD To wll a enod farm mU acres A B Skillman remains yet con- Â¬ town ytiterday morning and delighted had enough All of the sprit gi cisterns church to tho notes of tho wedding IS o dwelling fine barn will Mis utircd lotir to her bed and at times is consid- Â¬ the people of tbis city with beautiful and running streams that iiave never march the ushers Dr J T Milne oi miles su h ol Weuter aiMninir Mr Eil litre fined nettt taiin Tennt rcaionMu Address b T dangerously ill She at this writ Â¬ strains of music rende Â¬ ered red from the harp been known before to be dry are still In Union Star and Mr Roy Brashear com- Jordn Irvington ing is exceedinglylmproved that condition Many farmers in this ing first followed by tho brldeemalds and two violins A bocshead of Burloy Bold on the Lou- Â¬ and Meade county are suffering for water Mies Helen Brashear and Miss Myra WANTED 100000 poles and hoops hickory A complete program of the Baptist hlckoiyieiia oak tie o and pork isville breaks last week at 32 per hunIn Arkansas such a value has been bs Hanks th n tho maid of honor Mies Kor fursyruis tier inform etle apply to Oil AS MAY Ass elation which meets at dred T J Olirleu a former Meade Goshen 41 Cecil Raleigh of Louisville preceding WetcLd Iren UliJue Ctntvpaet Ky Atowed upon tho freo beverago to all that Hai ging Rock October 29 and I0 can county boy was the purchaser now it costs flvo cents lo get m glass of the bride on the arm of her brother KAIHI niDS will be received by me for Martha Ann Williams colorei was be Â¬ bs found elsewhere in ths Issue Mr P D Hawkins They were met at water icah church in this county untlll the txh dav ol Judge FN DHuy protein fore Police D M Duncan and wife and Miss Ella groom and his hesi roan Oct 187 bald bl It to be opneri at the October Ypu cant afford to rlbk jour life by the altar by the term of the fiscal coure and to be S IJcet to the yesterday afternoon for breach of tho Hendrtck of Brandenburg were passen Â¬ Moorman Haulaway of Irvington order glth it court for acceptance er irjecllun cold to devclope Into pneumo Â¬ Mr allowii g a peaca and fined 200 with trimming gers on Sunday evenings train enroute The bride wore a becoming gown of flans aed Specficailons no Ala In the Lourev nia or consumption Instant relief and Judges office in lUldlnsburg muBlIn trimmed in eatiu ribbor Godfry Haswell of Hardineburg is in home from the Oivensboro fair 11 n weieuii lomne a certain cure are tflorded by One Min Â¬ parls Hardineburg Ky Sept and 1J77 4L with the usual tuile veil carrying bride the city Ho is here in charge of Mr Mr 0 L Cornwall of Louisville ute Cough Cure Short and Haynes roses Tiie maid of honor aud bride Frank Haswells eaddelry store who has came to the city yesterday Mr Corn- Â¬ ANTED Two glfs at mcc one for dining been confined to his horns with malaria wall is here In tho interest of his rock roe m and one for ud stifra woik Nona hut maids wore green piuk and blue orgai An Assignment of ipod character iieedappiv dies fver After tho ceremony the bridal MllOlIKII HOTEL and will probably resume opera- Â¬ quatry Cioverport Kv Joe Jt dries of Webster made an as party and Invited guests repaired t the A good crowd from here and from In Â¬ tions slgnmont last week His liabilities aro home of Mr nnd Mrs R A Shellman Texas will termediate points along the for Bale The pick pockets that are accompan as follows J S Petty A Bro ge to Ilender on today to hear Hon 100 Four s rck steers in od condllUn Appljr to II sister of the bride where a reception Ing Hon William Jennings Bryan are 77 Tarb A Castle man Carter Dry was held Iho hoiue was appropriately I btadcr Llorerport Ky William Jean In ga Bryan making a rich haul They made away Goods Co tS5 Boyle Payne artel Vt blikey IUblU A Co Tlw iposl horrible accident that as Many col decorated for the occasion cured at home with- with several thousand dollars at Glas Â¬ 28 Abraham Hat Co 30 E D L gratulations wero showered upon the oultutla Hook ol parÂ¬ vyst Uo witnessed in Hardlnsburgwfts ticulars tent 1KlkL gow Myer A Co 28 W I B Hardy th eloaih of little AUIe DeJeruttte happy air as they stood surrounded by micoioiie- - Trior Si 20 Oowptyaj aceottRt in this Issue Hart Hard Â¬ tho brhal party This marriage robs Henry Harper Hying near Glendeane DnnlapBarrett Co Th crowd at Ilardinsburg on Circuit says he has 10000 pounds of Ilia beet ware Co 050 Rankin A Snyder 55 our town of a useful and lovely woman Extcutors Notice Nathan Plant A Co Court day ar grewirg laig r every ses prior tobacco he over raised He is ex all of Louisville who amid her stropg ea for the support Allcertont havinir claim ttralnii ihreull Kobcit 1arne da tattd will pitas Lilnj them sion It wm said that thr war wore pecting 3 to 10 per hundred for it lie 120 Cincinnati Aawts om atock of of herself and aged father waa everready forward for terttlment propeeli proven oa 01 be M O lAYNK paoplfl la that town Monday titan there want to buy a pair of good homes or goods at Wabatar valuod at 350 V G to land a halptag haad to thoaa around fore January 1 M 1 lAYNK Babbajja la Uia aaaignea sae bM lor jama maWt bar but wa foal aba richly daaervas tna KiacHUes 1 8urs Cranberries Sulzers ShtntA Maneft for your drugs This Caley has recovered from chills Fall millinery at Mrs II V Duncan Fresh caudles at Gregory Gibsons Coles wonderful Air tight heaters Vest Set our prttly lino of side cmibs Stationery at Short A Haynes Who i ad is wouldnt rain Mies Jenulo Patterson is Improving Apples aro hrlnginga fair plica Bananai graprs at the City Bakery There were six or seven hundred as Who points and celery at the city Bako- - happy farmers in Hardlnburg Monday ry as you ever saw Tom Diano went to Hawesville Sun Henry Deterding cut two acres of tho day finest prior tobacco in Hancock county The new Cioverport dpot is under He planted it early and it got the bene fit of tho talus consequently he made a hit wf See our new plctu e moulding Snl John OConnell who has been llvlrg z rs at Jollys Station for a tnunber of years New line of Irish candies -- City has moved to his mothers pnc in this Bakery ooutity Rev Perfect Health Dr Moorman and bride havo relurned from Nadivlllo Mrs Andrew Coleman is at Vine Grove to see her daughters Mrs R o Washington is In Louisville attendlrg a very sick sister Mrs Major Sandy Henry has gino to Vino Grove to look out a situation Mrs G T Marshall who has been very III Id able to b out niln Vr Fousheu has sold his houso aud lot to Kob and moved back to his farm in Men to county Just Another Whitling 1 tliatVivill soon give tho dosirod room wo ftro seek For sick headache malaria A Vigorous Body bil- Â¬ iousness constipation and kin- Â¬ TUTTS Liver PLLS dred diseases an absolute cure ing a congregation of many money saving articles of merit that if you need thorn hero is yonr chance lo get them clicay Dont wait untlll Comonow the last moment BLANKETS Several styles and prices n very good one re gular width for A CLEAN SHAVE 49 c p 1 Thero is comfort in a good old home made shave Own your razor rauT strap and brush and you will save money ly finished worth LADIES VESTS Very good for the money only a low dozen left while tiioy last KEEN KUTTER An elegant razir fine- Â¬ 2 60 close out at 2 24 P Just as good a trifle THE BONANZA hpavier razor regulaprlco2 60 reduced 2 25 HUNTING GOATS Strong and durable ones Bell hr 1 5t wo are g ing to re Â¬ duce our stock at a sacrifice you can get ono for 1 A dandy one for 1 74c the money 121 BAUBERS CHOICE Regular price 70 today i Â¬ Now you fellows who will want to keep you need one for rainy days work KEEN EDGE Never waa made to sell Tho manufacturer could not sell them for the price we ask A 3 coat for 200 for tho price well worth anybodys 75c here It gies 40c A 4 coat for 2 A 1 coat for 150 elry MENS RUBBER GOATS YOUNG AMEEIOA but hero it goes at 74 Well worth 1 M Â¬ Come in bring the copy of this advertisement compare and see that everything is as adver- Â¬ tised thats the way we are doing business your money back if goods are not as repre- Â¬ If we treat you right youll comebadk again thats what we will do We want you to just keep a coming sented 3 1 r S J 1 New Goods Low Prices -- Â¬ AuT Shelman IRVINGTON iiiim ii Gos KYiiiiii ti hi n nii i iimii n mi itli hum miti iitiiiiiHiiiiHiiiiiiiii iiitiHtititiiwiHifiiiMmH imHmtmiwtMtWHtl Â¬ Look at These Prices Shirting Calico 40 Hope Cotton 7c 2 ciuart Tin Bucket 5c Lonsdale Cotton Sc Highest price for Country anil other things in proportion Give us a trial G T Marshalls old stand Produce Arbucklcs Coilcc 13c Clarks ON T Thread jc Iloosicr Cotton 5c Apron Ginghams j4c Bed Comforts Soc anil Hcst Calico 5c fico Â¬ Ir vIrLgiorL Come assibts in tho cause of education hear an elocutionist of rare merit meet yonr Glendeane friomlp help a worthy caus and g homo happy that came 3ZZsr Ll Â¬ j Something Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Cleverer men than tho Glendeane Mattingly cannot ha found Liberal accommodating puRhing tliHv are b blessing to a community is Utopians Billys kindiiPiw to appreciated After hauling water two miles he Invites that thirsty throng to help themsilveB and assures us that there ninl in r lfinisslng on iwcouiit of scarcity ol water money-mak-Inir EXCEEDINGLY t t I - -- Fine I Beyond Question Â¬ Tit fit- - OASTOH1A ilpitui a Rent When You Until ll ea California White Heath Peaches J 3 Pound C1 Can Own 1 Â¬ Cans 25c for 20c -- WANTS VttVtVWMi You rent year after year and have no farm when you get through The land Â¬ lord has your money and the farm at the Wo offer you Ohio enel of the year lUvor Bottom landin Ballard county one of tho best counties lu Kentucky on the followingreasonable terms HX JKAK lLAN DX California APRICOTS 3 Pound Cans 20c for 15c Â¬ fflnii liOn ner acre Vlml Second Year 100 per aero Third Yar 2 00 per aero Fourth Year J2 50 pi r acre Fifth Ye ar iU0 per acre per aero Hlxth acres at 1400 per acre Yr earJ00 70000 50 00 23 00 50 00 10000 12500 150 00 200 00 Gregory GIBSON Public Â¬ 11 11 w g- - 1700 00 Total cost of 60 acres This land produced the past season ol 1890 80 bushels of c irn pr acre and 5 acrna of Karly ltoaa Potatoes produced 2000 bushels or 400 bnshels to the acre 10 acres of Yellow Trior Tobacco maele an average of 1200 lbs to the acre which brought In ths market 5 for leaf and loirs 1 aero of lato cabbage brought 50 sold at Cairo You can ralo twice as much on a iiood bottom farm as in tho hills and your land dont wash away or wear out Then has been no drouth iu Ballard county this year and tho crops aro splen Â¬ did They are good every year Wo havo kooiI farms for rale on Joug time at bargains iu Dayliisp Ohio and McLean counties cleaner than anyone Wo will exchango else will sell you anv farm wo have for others For plat ami further particulars apply to L Fiikusun LiTtue ovir Bank Com Â¬ merce or II unit A Williams 314 Third Street Owensboro Ky -- Speaklaj The candidates for the Stato 8 mate In the Tenth Senatorial District will speak at the following times and places Itoclc Vale Thursday Oct 14 McDaniels Friday Oct 15 liewley ville Saturday Oct 10 Mooleyvllle Moudav Oct J8 GarfWd Tuesday Ojt SO Payneavllle Wednes lay Oa 20 Gustou Thursday Oct 21 Flaheity Friday Oct 22 Garnetts ville Saturday Oct 23 Orandeuburg Monday Oct 25 AtfM- alatlls K Meatlrt Cou u ty Wolf Creek Tuesday Oct 10 OAJSTOHXA 1 OK tfllMlill Z3hM wM ba faM In CASTORIA JW laJftBts UteTOkiUtMK Â¬ Â¬ 1 Zffiz Km of tstU IWer4WftaUnrtMrMomat prwJeacts Not and j toll ia prerincta In Ilia tnnniiin Mafluerbi district on TWedajr Nov I it lshcrtbf nlven llutaneVtle veastn ba Iks tpjaeaiaa fm ar ajstaittt Ism la eat rf cattta la aoU neatletiU a tnd M U aaU CImarsAtc Oblrfcta lr j WmAWeja jrfii in C - WTfu- - w itu ii M kt m r itrK gy 4 r j ii ih1 twIWWW lBWWfflglwir fi jyv f liEf 1 ik I - ihhtxynk PyMiyTry bts iJWWWWgB r - mtjinm wnrmtmMmi mmmmmmmimmtaaitmtmmammiimMmmmmmM t v - -- IWK1J TMEl BHlElOKKNHHIDQl NJIKie OtOVBlltPOR DUKES Everybody wants it to rain Roads nre b coming cut up badly by wagons in plact s A good many from hero attended tho speaking at IVtesvllle Saturday Nathan Starkis Sr received a bad ppran of the right ankle Wednesday by a leg rolling on him When m n Income grretly lustful covcIoub HflQnh niul nlckid then God shows his power in fnmiiipp pestilences etc to bring them to humility Irby Roberts five years old wbllq playing in the yard Wednesday stuck the corner of a hatchet into his foot cut- Â¬ ting a long and deep gash Mrs Laura Burnett met with an acci- Â¬ dent Thursday which was very painful by stepping into a bole in front of her door falling spraining ber left auklo If we bad a double standard of cur rency this dollar wheat the gold bugs are singing such a tune to without any base would bo bringing two dollars and the poorer class of people could pay 100 for a sack of flour more easily than tbey can 75c now Somebody says how is that Easily answered There would be twp dollars then in circulation to whore there Is one now Plenty money is the llfo of a nation Scarcity of money makes an idle nation Idleness brings a nation to crime and misery Deferred from last week r KY fV nt MiT r f T H Thursday morning Oct 16 at 10 oclock in the carpet department on the second floor CARPETS RUGS II ETC a and furniture of ft Jof H fl D C H f street Q- ferson be UU best nntl Fifth through to Green The tween Fourlh goods such as elegant lato stylo sideboards Hatracks Parlor Suites Chamber Furniture in flemish oak mo hogany quarter sawed oak and walnut are yet to bo This is tho greatest sold Bargains for everybody slaughter sale ever made in Louisville or over will be T It IflUUllt Mr Ed Oglesby of Cloverport passed through town Thursday Mrs Hettle Duke Is on the sick list this week Mr Haynes our teacher Is boarding at James Lays Charley Johnson moved his canp mill to Patesvllle Thursday to make John Shaws molasses Tom MiGavcck will movo back to bis borne In Januay Drouth and blgli water both In the same year Is a llttlq more judgment than Tom feels able tq bear Rev S J Rltchey Mr S B Burnet and wife attended the Presbytery which convened at Mt Eden Daviess county Saturday October 2 Some of tho farmers are waiting for rain boore sowing wheat Thfc prospect Is not flattering at present for rain liuj wo hope they may not have to wait long for If the earth ever needed a soaking surely this Is one of the times Mrs Bettie White passed through town Friday enroute to Clorerport where she will make ber home for a while with Mrs Galloway Mr Fred Powers of Owensboro is vis Iting among relatives here for a few days The mill grinds Saturdays though water has to bo hauled to run with This would be a good time to put In the gas pipes and try the virtno of that abundant Invisible substance of this town PELLVILLE T V T Baker and wlfr of Floral wore last week There Is not a rase of typbold fever in this neighborhood Allison Haynes of Herbert was here on business Thursday Several farmers here are sowing wheat in spite of the drouth D J Morrison went to Eluavllle Tues day on Igil bnslni R John Pucket of Floral took the E A degree In Masonry hero Saturday George Monroe and Miss Curry were married Saturday night of last week James Ford of Herbert and Miss Head of Yelvington were married Thursday Tho sorghum crop is turning out about ono fourtb of what it bai done in years previous Tho water supply here Is getting short and without rain soon affairs will wear a serious aspect Iraol Baker of Temple will open up in the goods business in a few weeks and things will be lively People here are very careful about Are1 and Its well they should be as the whole country would burn over If Are was started Blon Mosoley is going to the St Law rence school in Daviess county The principal teacher is Prof Wheeler of Rome Ind Adams Hawes of Thurston bos bought the stock of goods from G W Brown Son and will move here this week ami take charge Sam Bruner a farmer near here thinks be baa found gold on bis farm We ex- Â¬ amined a specimen of his find and as far as we are able to judge it is either gold or something else Frank Leiborltz and family have sold out aud moved to Hawesville where he will engage in business No better fam- Â¬ ily of people ever lived anywhere than this one AVe are all sorry tbey left us We are glad to learn that Miss Jennie Patterson of Lyonia is getting well Frank Mastin the man she defeated in the primary for superintendent is speak ing over the county in her bohalj during her sickness Elisha Ashcraft Horace Smith and Bob Jolly spoke here last Wednesday to a large crowd As usual Smith and Ash- Â¬ craft got in a general row and kept up a fusilade of hot shots for three hours Jolly was sick just announced himself and sat down and listened People herb are not used to such quarreling as Smith and Ashcraft indulges in and with the exception of just a few they say Jolly is tbe man to send to the Senate He will get votes here from all parties Ashcraft and Smith both lost votes by the way tbey abused each other Horace if you and Elisha dont quit fuEslng like twp children you will disgust every voter ip tho district Disfigurement lor lite by burns or scalds may be avoided by using DeWittTs Witch Hazel Salve tbe great remedy for piles and for all kinds of sores and skin troubles Short Haynes sssssssPssseSsU Â¬ 1 1 ML r l Y JJBk fiWH mi stsrJh4r PSx yS ff I H WWflftW B Km MkBsssssrVYf LLUi aVV ttiTi TMft K Vi roBss w kxKVtwfc WWWm WnJflftlUHAHvJsBliilixHHs ST MOORE CO Auctioners Terms Gash Especial invitation to Breckenridge county 9 people to come and get some of the greatest bargains in a life time in Carpets and Furniture Â¬ Geo I Reta AMU us on even terms When Doctors Disagree S E Klser In Cleveland Leader He looked at my tongue and he shook his head This was Doctor Smart He humped on my chest and then he said Ah there It is I Your heart I You mustnt run you mustnt hurry I You mustnt work you mustnt worry I Just sit down and take it rool You may live for years I cannot say But in the meantime make It n rule To lake this medicine twice a day I looked at mr tongue and he shook his head This was Doctor Wise he said Youre livers a total wreck You must take more exercise I You mustnt eat sweets You mustnt eat meats You must walk and leap you must also run You mustnt sit down In the dull old way Get out with the boys and have some fun And take three doses of this a dayl lie tongue and he shook his head This was Doctor Bright Im afraid yonr lungs are gone lie said And your kidney isnt right A change of scene Is what you need Your case it desperate indeed And bread it a thing you mustnt eat Too much starch but by the way You most henceforth live on only meat And take six doses of this a day lie looked at my Humane treatment does not consist merely in refraining from kicks and blovB but includes regular watering of the stock providing shade giving shel- Â¬ ter and in having ample ilyntts and blankets It comprises close attention to every comfort So long as this country is long on corn we do not believe it ever to be policy to let corn drop out of tbe feed ing ratien For most purposes and with nearly all kinds of stock it should be tbe fixed nucleus of such a ration and other elements the afterthought When two distinct breeds are crossed it is a matter of certainty that there will be no regularity in the type of tne herd The prepotency of every indi Â¬ vidual of the herd will have been weak- Â¬ ened and tbe produce of such animals is sure to revert to the typo of the orig- Â¬ inal parents Â¬ Yellow Fever Germs breed in the bowels Kill them ant dry weather you are safe from the awful disease Rev Frank Winfrey of Union Star Cascarets destroy tbe germs through preached Thursday and Friday night at out tho system and make it impossible the C P church for new ones to form Cascarets are Mr Collgate of Knox county Ind the only reliablo safe gaurd for young topped in this section and is occupying and old against Yellow Jack 10c 25c a bouse on 0 P Johnsons farm He 60c all druggists says where be came from the crops are Goshen Ministers Meeting worse than hero Following is the program for the ministers and members meeting of tbe Goshen Association to bo held at Hang ing Rock October 29th and 30tb 1897 beginning at 10 oclock a m H B White Sermon for criticism It certainly Is disheartening to a paÂ¬ W B Rutledge Subject continued tient to find that the treatment he is given for a disease is more disastrous J T Lewie Responsibility of pastor than the disease itself Such is the and church iu receiving candidates for treat- Â¬ case however with the usual ment given for diseases of the blood membership Notwithstanding the great progress J W Vallandingbam Duty of pastor made in many branches of medicine to church and church to pastor the doctors have failed absolutely to I M Washburn How may woman find a successful treatment for blood poison and the many diseases having best aid In church work their origin in the blood They give A C Caperton The needs of our but one kind of medicine they know but one treatment and whether in district mission field the form of powder pill or liquid the Second day 1030 a m doctors prescription is always the same potash or mercury J D Duncan To what extent is the Too much cannot be said of the harm- Â¬ neglect of family worship contributable ful and disastrous effects of these drugs to a spiritual dearth of tbe community The doctors are unable to rid the sys Â¬ tem of the poison and direct their Joseph Duggins What means did tbp efforts toward covering up the symp- Â¬ Holy Spirit use to bring men to Chrisj ef- Â¬ toms from view There is but one fect to be obtained from potash and and is it designed to guide us at this dav W V Harrell Necessity of unity mercury they bottle tip the poison and dry it up in the system but It and brotherly love must be remembered that they dry up J N Lynch How develop new con- Â¬ the marrow in the bones at the same time gradually consuming the vital- Â¬ verts ity Those disfiguring copper colored E Logsdon How are tbe doctrines splotches arc but indications of worse results to follow No sooner has the of tbe Baptists superior to othors system taken on the full effects of this J R Ward Exegesis John 35 powerful drug than that suppleness THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE J B Oldham Is the soul responsible and elasticity of the joints gives way to a stiffness followed by the racking for the sins of tbe body Lung Troubles and Consumption Can be pains of rheumatism The form grad- I O Winchel What course should Cured a Baptist church pursue with a member SiPOTASHj who is connected with the livuor trafliq An Eminent New York Chemist and Scientist Makes a Free Offer to Our II Veech How build up the wasbs Readers iih places No rain yet Health is very good considering the Department of Agriculture Division of Statistics Wsuinoton D C Co Wells Richardson Gentleman July 0 1897 Something over a year ago I was suffering with nervousness loss of appetite and insomnia I was all run down nothing did me any good un til a friend advised mo to try Taines celery compound I took four bottles of Tho best remedy in tho world is not too much for any one to insist on get- Â¬ ting Every one whether sick or well must know tho lmmence good Pslnes celery com found has dono and is doing tired half sick sleepless men and wom- Â¬ en all over tbo country The vague half hearted attempt so many people make to get rid of poor Rheumatism bead health is pitiable kidney trouble skin agheB neuralgia disease and djspepsla may be wholly exterminated from the sstem never to bother one again if one will but cleanse the blood and regulate the nerves with Palnes celery compound Get out of despondency tho blues or whatever name you giye these attacks Dont mope of nervous depression Persona who think around half sick that they are fairly well and only a lit tlo tired need just tho toning up and refreshing that Paynes celery compound Nothing could be undoubtedly gives more suicidal than for sickly men and women to shut their eyes to the great opportunities offered by Palnes celery No remedy ever called compound forth such vgorous testimonials and de- Â¬ cided opinions from every class of men and women Bottle up the compound and I am more than proud to testify that it completely cured mo I havent bad an unwell day since I eat hearty and sleep like a healthy baby I consider Paynes celery com- Â¬ pound the best remedy manufactured and I most heartily recommend it to suffering humanity the world over Sin- Â¬ cerely yours James S McCarthy Sleeplinessis the mest common as well as tbe most alarming ailment among those who toil with their brains Patient after patient repeats the same story He goes to bed at tho usual hour falls off to sleep very much as usual but instead of sleeping through tbe whole night wakes about three or earlier and can get no more sleep after that time Carry borne a bottle of Pains celery compound and see how soon insomnia gives way to Bound refreshing sleep i l is NOT FOR EVERYTHING But if you have kidney liver or blad- Â¬ der trouble you will find Swamp Root just the remedy you need People are not apt to get anxious about their health soon enough If you are not quite well or half sick have you ever thought that your kidneys may be the cause of your sickness It is easy to tell by setting aside your urine for twenty four hours a sediment or settling indicates an unhealthy condi Â¬ tion of the kidnejs When urine stains linen it is evidence of kidney trouble Too frequent desire to urinate scanty supply pain or dull acho in the back Is also convincing proof that the kidueys and bladder need doctoring There is satisfaction in knowing that the great remedy Dr Kilmers Swamp Root fulfills every wish in relieving weak or diseased kidneys and all forms of blad Â¬ der and urinary troubles Not only does Swamp Root give new life and activity to the kidneys the cause of trouble but by treating the kiJneys it acts as a tonic for the entire constitution If you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists price fifty cents and one dollar or by mentioning tbe Breck enbidob News and sending your address to Dr Kilmer Co Bingiiamton N Y you may have a sample bottle of this great discovery sent to you free by mail To heal the broken and diseased tissues to soothe the Irritated surfaces to ISSSSSr The Best Dental Work in the Git BEST SET No OP TEETH 700 better made Honest charges for nil other work Wo guarantee satisfaction Teeth made in ono day Teeth oxtrnctcd without pnin LOUISVILLE DENTAL Orer Avenue Tlnutre PARLORS MERcuflW 644 FOURTH AVENUE ItmemLcr tlie NUAIBER JOLLY STATION Mr John Bland who had his leg hurt is able to be out again Mrs Josie Jolly and Mrs Annie Rush visited Mrs Tom McCIure lost Tuesday Our photo man at Kirk is doing a good business and turning off One work All that have work done are much pleased with it A great many Catholic children made their first communion at St Marys church last Sunday A large crowd was in attendance Mrs Elln Priest of Hawesville came up on the train last Tuesday evening and is going io make her home with her grandson Don Rush MIbs Alice Baker of Kirk has resumed her school after a weeks vaca- Â¬ tion on account of no water We hear that the children bring their own water ually bends the bones ache while de- Â¬ crepitude and helplessness prema Â¬ Since beginning this we have had a turely take possession of the body fine rain for which we are Indeed thank Â¬ Under this treatment it is but a short ful We ought to thank our Heavenly step from vigor and health to a pair of crutches With this wreck of the Father on bended knees for this blessed system often comes falling of the hair rain w hicb we have watcbed for so long and eyebrows loss of finger nails and decay of the bones a condition Lots of dust but scarcity of water in most horrible This is no overdrawn the country but the public well at this picture for the world to day is full of place is holding out well The whole these hobbling mercurial wrecks Contagious the most station use out of it results the horses horrible of allBlood Poison is has been diseases and and cattle that are watered there every appropriately called the curse of man Â¬ kind Until the discovery of 8 8 8 day It has always baf Â¬ lraer m eting was held at Corinth it was incurable and it is in this dis Â¬ fled the doctors church last Thursday night They also ease that the evils of mercury and decided tbey would bold a protracted potash are most common because in such large meeting beginning the second Sunday these drugs are given counteract the doses in an effort to In November provided we had rain poUon While they succeed in bottling Prayer meeting next Wednesday night up the poison in the system it always some breaks The Democrats organized a Democratic delicate forth again attacking mouth organ frequently the Â¬ club at the Jolly school houco last Sat and throat filling them with eating urday nlnlit with Tice Jolly a chairman sores 8 8 8 is the only known care and Horace Bland secretary They for this terrible disease diseases of It is the same in have about forty members to start with the blood Scrofula other Eczema Cancer Tice Jolly Granville Wilson and T Mc Rheumatism all are given the same Clure all gave short speeches which were treatment by the physicians mercury good It will meet every Saturday night and potash and the result as above set forth is always the same and expects some good speaking We ofTer a remedy purely vegetable powerful in its effect yet harmless in every way For fifty years 8 8 8 has been curing blood diseases from the most violent to tbe mildest case after all other treatment failed It is guaranteed purely vegetable and one thousand dollars reward Is offered for proof to the contrary It is a real blood remedy for real blood troubles and never fails to cure Contagious Blood Poison Scrofula Eczema Rheu Â¬ matism Cancer or any other disease of the blood If you have a blood dis Â¬ ease take a remedy which will sot injure you Beware of mercury dont do violence to your systcsa Dont get bottled up I JUV9 OKKAM KAttt U mmHItc Our books on blood and skin dis XprtrlawiMiMBtrO ItUqakklykbeorUa M 5 taw w unniu r r t9V t lc by muu I eases will be walled free to any ad BOTlKK9 M WrrcS St New YX City J dress 8trift Specif Co Atlanta Ga JUT Â¬ Pi rhaps they were right and perhaps they knew It Isnt for me to say Mayhap I erred when I madly threw Their bitter stuff away But Im living yet and Im on my fret And grass Isnt all that I dare to eat And I walk and I run and I worry too But to save my life I cannot see What some of the able doctors would do If there were no tools like you and me Suggestions to Stock Men Tho raising of mules is not a very progressive business yea there is a con Â¬ stant demand for them In some parts of the country and it is the farmers legit Â¬ imate business to meet the bemand Tbe whole secret of improving the herd depends upon the prepotency of the Blrea and dams used prepotency can only be procured by breeding strictly in the same breed for a long series of years Never select a bull or other male an Â¬ imal because he in his own person pos-Â¬ sessed tho peculiar form which you tbiuk tbe best this is often but an ac- Â¬ cident and there is no assuranco that he can transmit this form to his prog Â¬ eny If he bad ancestors of which you need not be ashamed you can take him more confidently Tbe deer Is a native of America and thrives in every state and territory We have too long permitted their wan Â¬ ton slaughter Considering the excel lency of venison as food and the small cost o rearing deer under proper proÂ¬ tection it la In America especially that steps to form deer parks might be easy and of profit When things are at their worst they mend It is said Although good stock now briogi good prices let us hope that tbe prices of all kinds of meats will boob rise sufficiently to give farmers better prices than they have obtained of late Stock must be raised whether wheat and corn pay or do not pay Stallions balls and mares breed all tbe better If highly fod but care must be taken that they have proper exercise If given thl tbey can hardly be fod too libeJlf Tate does not bold good with smaller domestic animals and even the eott mwc be f4 cautiously It fa the fin work of the breeder eteM and hard by the feeder fttfew bM ywbid the American beg wMeh b put tome to We pawl peetttM U Mitiipinw of aw t ted smm plausible tMr wit pretext for WnrrwH Mr park from nhowls t M i Uwir brn Â¬ L i Tor CoXawiv ad er Â¬ E KShulIz The prodigal son The distinguished New York chemist Asa King Exegesis Eph 2 1 T A Slocum demonstrating his discovO O Massie Will a man preach if ery of a reliable and absolute euro for Consumption pulmonary Tuberculosis called of God and all bronchial throat lung and W M Waltrlp Christian experience chest diseases stubborn coughs catarrhal affections general decline and weakness and call to the ministry loss of flesh and all conditions of wast Â¬ W M Ejtes Importance of church ing away will send THREE FREE BOT Â¬ TLES all different of his Now Discov- Â¬ discipline eries to any sflllcted reader of tbe Beeck Lewis Sturgeon Why am I a Baptist knbidoe NKVtB writing for them has His New Scientific Treatment To what extent are the Jas Criawell cured thousands permanently by its churches responsible for their ministers timely use and he considers it a simple A V Armstrong Can a man keep professional duty to suffering humanity to donate a trial of bis infallible cure the law of God Science daily develops new wonders Jas Armstrong Who may be excused and this great chemist patiently experi- Â¬ from the financial burdens of thecburcji menting for years has produced results humanity as ran be Tho missionary board will meet the as beneficial tomodern genius His as Â¬ claimed by any second day October 30tb at 1 oclock sertion that lung troubles and consump- Â¬ tion are curable in any climate is proven p m filed by heartfelt letters of gratitude H Veech in bis American and European laborator- Â¬ Com J D Duncan ies in thousands from those cured in all Joseph Duggins J parts of the world Medical experts concede that bron- Â¬ Yellow Jaok Preventative chial chest and lune troubles lead te wbicb uninterrupted Gaurd against Yellow Jack by keeplpg Consumption tbe system thoroughly clean and free means speedy and certain death M Simply write to T A Slocum C from germ breeding matter Cascarets 08 Pine street New York giving post Candy Cathartic will cleanse the sysÂ¬ office and express address and the free tem and kill all contagious disease medicine will be promptly sent Suffer Â¬ ers should take instant advantage of bis germs generous proposition Please tell tbe Doctor that you saw MoremenBehnett his offer in the Breckenuidoe News A pretty borne wedding was that of Yellow Jack Killed Miss Beulah Bennett aud Dr Lon B Cascarets Candy Cathartic kills Yel- Â¬ Moremen solemnized at tbe borne of No the bride summer Seat Ky atO a m low jack wherever they find him Thursday In the presence of a few one who takes Cascarets regularly and friends and relatives Rev James Lewis systematically Is in danger from the uncle of the urlde officiating Every Â¬ dreadful disease Cascarets kill Yellow thing to the minutest detail was in per- Â¬ fever germs In the bowels and prevent fect taste and accord The home was ar-Â¬ new ones from breeding 10c 25c 50c tistically decorated in autumn leaves and all druggists Golden Rod the mantles wore banked Tetter Salt Rheum and Eczema with same while festoons of smljax The intense Itching and smarting inci- Â¬ draped the doors and windows There dent to these diseases is instantly allayed were no attendants The bride entered by applying Chamberlains Eyo and upon the arm of the groom to tbe strains Skin Ointment Many very bad cases of Mendelssohns Wedding March ren Â¬ have been permanently cured by it It is equally efficient for itching piles and dered by Mrs Piggott a favorite remedy for sore nipples of our most attrac Â¬ chapped hands chilblains frost bites Miss Beulah Isone tive young ladles and looked charming and chronlo sore oyes 25 eta per box indeed gowned in a strikingly becoming Dr Cadys Condition Powders are costume and wore with It a picturesque jnst what a horso needs when in bad additional charm hat that lent condition Tonic blood purifier and Thev nre not food but Tbe fortunate groom is a prominent vermifuge young physician of sterling worth and medicine and the best In use to put a in prima Prlco 25 Integrity and has a host of friends who horse per package condition cents extend congratulations Dr and Mrs m parity Moremen left Immediately after tbe cer Â¬ Yonrenot going to the Klondike emony for Nashville and other points of interest After abort wedding JoHrney region are yon said the lapooaaloai they will be at home to their friends In mans friend No Irvlngtow Ky Dont like the climate Small pill saJe pill D Witts Little It isnt the climate Its the surface Early RImw eare blllouimvM eoastia eoaditioea There are too many moun Â¬ Uoa and eiek headache Short k Hay tain passes and no railway passes Washington Star aaa Â¬ -- LOUISVILLE KY and NAME of ofhee r RUSSELLVILLE KY Four Courses Endowed Nine Schools Strong Faculty Thorough Send for Catalogue to W S RYLAND Pres i i i YOU SHOULD EMPLOY None but the Countv Surveyor lo do ytar work He Is the authorized Surveyor ot the Countv Is an expelrnced workman and knows his business He is also Notary Public writes Deeds and takes Acknowledgemedts Charges always Reasonable ftj Instantly relieve and permanently cure is he mission of De Witts Witch Hazel Salve Short Haynes Addreaa CHINTZ ROYALTY COUNTY SURVEYOR HARDINSBUnOKY ii NEW FALL CLOAKS See Them 4 fe BlP0ilPUICH4W hi 4 All Prices Geo Yeakel BRANDENBURG KY Co