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Digital page images are linked to the text file. x VOL XXII THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALvL THE NRS THATS KIT TO PRINT 1 CLOVEKPOET KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER nnytmng oi tnat Kina coma bo pur chased from any of tho stores i simply becauso thoy did nothavo them So long as tho stores had any provisions prices remained tho samo I want to say that tho stores treated tho men all right under all circumstances never ad Â¬ vancing tho prices knowing a shortage was coming and kuow that thoy had but to ask for high pricos nnd receive it I can rolato however an instance whero a privato party sold to a miner r sack of Hour for 76 and bacon at f 1 nr pound Â¬ 1897 A HOG MAN NO 20 Royal nakf the too4 pare whoUfome and dellcleM L ALASKA HEARD FROM Starvation Threatening the ple at Dawson City and Peo- Â¬ SPAINS CAUSE LOST Sixtccn Hundred American zens in Cuba Living on Charity Citi- Â¬ at Fort l DISAPPEARANCE EXPLAIMCO Yukon Jlany of Them Have Not a Months Supplies And None Can Be Procured 25 MEN BACK FROM DAWSON CITY u attorn mt es 1 1WK WUt Dr Agra New York Nov Seattle Wash Nov 29 Twenty tnonte one of tho Cuban refugees who on the five men arrived hero yesterday has just arrived hero said that many of City of Seattle direct from Dawson tho Spanish officers had admitted to City Thoy wero divided Into two par- Â¬ him that their causo was hopeless com ties tho last one of which loft Dawson pletely lost He said that tho hardships Oct 10 Tho party consisted of Thomas ho had undergone sinco leaving this Magoo Sr Thomas Mngeo Jr of San city Feb 28 1805 wero simply indeGales Swift Water Bill Francisco scribable Tho men in the expedition Joo Boyle William Hnskins P Eckert ho described as of fine physique Tho H Robertson H Raymond Bert Na expedition cost tho least and had tho son John W Brancr W H Chambers most brilliant results E W Pond E Ash J Gillispio Ho arrived at Costa Rica March 25 Thomas Wilson P McGraw Jack Dal and the other expedition started from Celino Joton William Leak Arthur Port Limon with General Maceo and seph Falrburn J Smith T Warren his band ouMnrch 80 of that year In and Jim Stephenson They came oat tho party besides Generals Antonio Maceo and Jose Maceo were Generals over the Dalton trail Thoy aro report- Â¬ They Cebreco and Flor Crombet ed to have between them GO000 in reaohed Duava Cuba in n storm and drafts and gold dust during n high tido Tho surf was un All tellBtoriea of a food shortage in usually rough and tho tido floated their Dawsou that are almost a famine Tho vessel on the coast That is tho way last person to leave Dawson was Jack tho party landed at Duava With rifles Dalton When Dalton left tho steamers in hand thoy jumped ashore and ran to Alice and Bella had readied their desdry ground This was on April 2 tination It is said that tho Bellas Twelve days later Agramonte was capcargo consisted of whisky nnd billiard tured at Guantanamo balls She bronght no provisions Tho Up to this time there had been four Canadian governments mounted polico fights in tho first of whioh one Span chartered tho Bella and gavo all who iard was killed and 10 woundedt The wished a freo pass to tho Yukon Tho guido had betrayed them after receiv Â¬ Bella is reported to havo left abont Oct ing 25 for his services General Crom 12 with 200 men bet died April 12 1805 According to tho statements mado by After his capture Dr Agramonte was members of tho Dalton party thoro Is taken to Felicidad Here tho prisoners liablo to bo tronblo of the most serious wero brutally treated Orders wero kind this winter in Dawson Billy NINETEEN PRISONERS REVOLT given that at the first appearaoco of the Leak told one of the men in a party the ahead of him whom ho met at Dyea rhe Leader Iladly Funlehed and the Con- - enemy the heads of wereprisoners should takon to tho be out off Thoy that all tho people talk abont at Daw piracy Checkmated Morrow castle prison at Santiago de Men wero bo ii was the food famine Piiincetov Ind Nov 27 Ninoteen gathering in groups and cursing with prisoners confined in tho Gibson county Cuba There were 10 Cubans at Mono castlo among them General Gorouua NITROGLYCERIN EXPLOSION might and main tho nowcomers that were constantly coming into the Klon- Â¬ jail declared themselves in open revolt aged 05 years and who It is laid is be Â¬ Narrow Eicape of GaYell Drillers Near against Sheriff Murphy yesterday and ing literally killed step by stop dike loaded with scarcoly any proviCheiterHeld Ind but for prompt action in suppressing sions Tho mounted polico were offerBOUNTY AMERICAN Ciiesterfild Ind Nov 27 An ex ing frco transportation to the grub tho disturbance the sheriff would have placers further down tho Yukon river been killed For several days the jail Sixteen Uandred American Cltliene In plosion of nitroglycerin occurred ono Cuba Living on Charity half mile west of this city at 0 10 at Fort Yukon but to tho countless attendants havo heard ugly threats WaSHiNbTON Nov 29 Consul Gen hundreds who had labored hard all made by tho men anLwarned Sheriff oclock Thursday night Sixty quarts through tho summer accumulating a eral Lee hai made a report to the secre ot nitroglycerin were hauled there for grub stake the prospect was uninviting Murphy of his danger Tho trouble be tary ot state in which lie says IHat the purpose of shooting a gas well yesgan at the breakfast hour when tht to say tho least there are 1007 American citizens In terday The explosive was placed In a Tho men figured that it wonld toko men declared they would have more Cuba dependent upon charitable as large zino tub located at the end of the all their earnings in gold to pay their food or kill tho sheriff steam exhaust pipe tor the purpose of Mr Murphy hurriedly summoned a sistance They have been partly pro living oxponses at iort Yukon during posse of deputies nnd them to It is the the winter and that in tho spring they remain on the outside orderedjail while vided for out of tho 50 000 appropriated thawing out the mixture of the theory that the tube became overheatby oongress would not oven havo enough to pay General Leo says that in making pro Â¬ ed causing an explosion with disastrous passage money back to Dawson to say he entered to see what effect his nothing of purchasing enough food to presence would have No sooner had vision for the relief of these citizens results A hole 10 feet long and sev eral in depth was torn in the earth subsist until thoy could get started he closed the door than all tho prison Â¬ more than flCOOaweek must be ex ers headed by John Boger a notorious pended He has drawn 25000 of the The engine was blown to pieces again Drillers JHaney and MoGuire had a John W Braner the United States criminal rushed upon him and were snm appropriated of whioh two drafts remarkable escape Thoy were stand- Â¬ mail carrier who left Dawson Sept 27 proceeding to carry their threats into for 5000 eaoh wero drawn this month action wheu the posso quickly entered He expresses tho opinion that a considing within 80 feet of the scene of the said accident and were hurled 20 feet by the Thero is only one salvation for tho tho jail and ran to protect the sheriff erable time must elapse before the inforce of the explosion but with tho ex- Â¬ minors who are now at Dawson City A flerco fight occurred between Boger digents will be self sustaining Murphy and tho former was beaten ception of a few bruises thoy escaped and that is for them to undertake tho and Effect of the Spanlah Decreet almost into insensibility and then unhurt awful winter trip from Dawson to Fort thrown into a cell Seeing that their Nov 29 Tho decrees havo Madrid Persons ono mile away were lifted Yukon a distance of 460 miles Thero leader had been vanquished tho revolt- been received with conflicting Impres from their feet from the concussion is no food at Fort Yukon thero is nono rt ing prisoners quieted down and re sions but most Spaniards are disposed anu jne jar was iuiii tor iu mites TJ nro at Dawson and just as sure as tho stars turned to their cells Boger says he to accept tho change as dictated by the followed the explosion but the flames shine terrible Buffering will bo tho fato will kill Murphy of the Dawson miner unless ho leaves Marshal were quickly extinguished necessities of the situation there before spring I will mako my WRECKED IN LAKE MICHIGAN Martinez Campos warmly approves tho statement that when I loft Dawson tho Carpet ragi dyed with Putman Fade Â¬ decrees and is willing to go to Cuba f men who were there had on an averngo Gofieblc Strlkei Where the Alva Ground Â¬ necessary General Azacarraga re less Dyes do not fade are brighter and ed Year Ago four months food supply Somo did serves his opinion until he sees the ef not havo a months supply somo had Green Haven Mich Nov 27 Yes Â¬ fect ot them upon the rebellion The will not stain if you should spill vinegar four or five The restaurant closed tho terday afternoon a yawl containing the Carlist organ El Oorreo Espanol de or other fruit acids on them 10c per night I left It had been selling noth mate nnd a portion of the crew of the scribes the decrees as Sold by W E Brown Irving national packf g ing but beefsteak for which the hungry steamer Gogebio arrived hero The organ of the oxtromo ton The treason paid 260 Conservatives LaNaolonalasks wheth When tho people realized that tho men related the story of the stranding er the nation will tolerate suohapolioy EXPLOSION BOILER boats wonld be unablo to get up tho of their steamer on North Maulton isl Both thest papers Will be prosecuted river they know that starvation threat Â¬ and Thursday night during the snow- Â¬ for their utterances One Man Killed and Fire Otheri Iladly ened them and tho great stampede be storm and tho mate sent messages to Injured One Irobably Fatally Autonomy Scorned by Cubane gan The first to loavo went to Fort vessel owners and the underwriter Pittsburg Nov 29 Ono man John New York Nov 20 Tomas Estrada Yukon I guess thero wore about 10 in asking for assistance Mullen was killed and five others badtho party that left tho first day One The Gogobio was ompty and bound Palma the Cuban delegate iu this city boat that came up from Fort Yukon from Chicago for a prt on Lake Erio speaking on the terms of the autonomy ly injured yesterday evening the result nowspapor mon aboard with several Those propositions of a boiler explosion at the old Moore decrees said During the dense among them Sam Wall and a Mr Mo on tho island justsnowstorm she struck MoOlean blast furnace operated whero the steamer advance of their preThey brought the news that Alva grounded n few years ago She werd scorned in can reoeive no consid head Gllvrav Tho injured Company by Laughlin Hamilton had unloaded all of her was on a rocky bottom and pounding sentation Thoy the is cargo and tried to get over the bar light heavily so tho captain sonttled her eration now- -theWith Cuba itandas It has are Soettord Armes foreman John war began will be Pierport John Karzy William Mo jud failed in her efforts thought sho Her situation was so dangerous that the been sinoe or death Carthy firemen and a colored man drew but two feot of water This uows mate and Borne of tho crew volunteered until it ends Independence name not known increased tho excitement and mado tho to go for holp and they reached this HAWAII AND JAPAN rush toward food contcrs all the great port after a perildus frip in their little Mullen died shortly after theacoident Difference Should Be Settled Before Their er On Sept U Bert NoUon of Seattle boat after suffering ntensQagony His body Annexation and myself left Circle City and started was literally cooked by the escaping The wrecker Favorite has boen dis8aN Francisco Nov 29 Tho latest steam to polo up tho rivor to Dawson City a patched from Cheboygan and uuleji distance of 800 milos At tho time wo lino weather sets in it is thought ihs Information from Honolulu says t Armes face arms and legs are badly started from Oirolo City the miners WU bo too lato to render aid His condition is critical Advices just received from Japan icalded It had about taken their departure Tho others will recover The ause Tho Gogebio Is a wooden steamer of state that no progress haa boen made in 11 days and 3 hours to make took us of the explosion Is a mystery Mills the negotiations about the emigrant 1812 tons and is owned by J tho Journoy arriving at Dawson Sep of Port Huron She is valued 0 70 at affair owiug to the fact that Hawaii Colonel Chipley of Florida III 20 tember ticks invariably to the polloy of pro Â¬ Captain Hanson wi h two Indians 000 and is fully insured Wasiunotov Nov 29 Colonel W crastination n the hope it Is claimed MINE EXPLOSION D Chlploy of Florida who was oper Â¬ who had left Fort Yukon beat us into Dawson by about one hour and a half fareleaaueea Cauaee a Dlaaater la Which of transferring the responsibility of pay Â¬ ated on for a oarbunolo several days Hanson gathered the Dawson City ing the compensation to the United ago is JrT a very critical condition and One Man It Killed miners together and made a short speech States but not affecting the proposed it is feared that hUllluesj will termi SiunoN Peun Nov 29 A torriflo annexation in whioh he advised all who did not nate fatally Mrs Chipley and the have provisions to last tho winter to go dynamite explosion at tho Roso coal another difficulty has colonels eon and daughter have arrived At this juncture to civilization or try and reach points mine at BrookfloldO two miles west sprung up A certain emigrant com in the city ia the Yukon river country where It of hero Saturday resulted in the death pany In Honolulu has unlawfully ap was known that food could be secured ot Mauager William Mazy and probably propriated he deposit monoy of the Im Â¬ J A P rklnf ot Antquity O wi a That night was tho greatest pnq In the fatal injury to - William Williams a migrants and Minister Shlmamara at hietoey of Dawson City The miners as tempted to bring the matter before that forthlity years needlessly tortured by Two days before Mazy placed phjslclans for the euro of ecxima He boob m they heard tho news mado minor tribunal hasty preparations to get out and night two dynamite caps In crevice ready While matters stand in this way in wm quickly cured by using DuWitts saw the goldseekers and men who for explosion but through the uegleot Hawaii the relations of Japan with the fall Wiih Hatel SalVe the famous healing oaa today aetl out for many thousands of the workmen the fuse hod never bee United States have becomo more friend df dollars leaving by thousands for lighted Mazy with two other work ly and the latter is inclined to advise salve for piles and skin diseasesT Short points men undertook to dislodge thorn with the Hawaiian government to fay the or Haynea The little steamer Kiukuk which was picks indemnity at once to Japan if it really Mazystruok the explosive with the desire the annexation of Hawaii to the to make the trips from Dawson to Polly A Waller Xar Serrlee where the Jaok Dalton trail starts was sharp piok and it was discharged He United States Ashland Ky Not- - 37 E E Ear brought into play She was besieged was hurled 60 feet his face was blown Pettigrewof South Dakota Senator by would be passengers who offered as entiroly off and hut body almost torn and ex Senator Dubois of Idaho will ley a colored waiter ot the Russell hQfel of Russell Xy wa here to spend fcbifc m 00 that they might be aboard Into shreds Williams body was out leave for Sag Francisco on this steamer Thanksgiving and started to return while ado made Iter iournoy of 175 miles and lacerated in a terrible manner The Both men are practically against annex to Felly The Xnifcukleft Dawson on dead man was 66 years pf age and wm atloa It la a change of front on the yesterday at 1 a m intoxicated He 12 or 16 married Williams rocovery is doubt- part of Dfiboie When he was a member itwtedli wait fwwe oh the railroad the afternoon of Sept 27 with ful William Jeremiah another miner ot the seat jMMeugem killed by 1 L A Tbmratoa who waj and warB over Th next day wo made up a party was working with Mazy aad Williams then Hawaiian minister at Washing Â¬ Chesapeake nnd Ohio yard engine at Raymond of Seattle bat escaped without a scratch takoladiny Herbert ton remarked and repeated frequently 1 40a in He was 25 years ot age and Bart Htleea of Seattle Harry Robert that Senator Dubois was otie of the ot aTestoectaAde family from Charleston Farmer Killed by a Farwkaad aou at ftan Francisco and myself We ot the an Wee Virginia Trenton N J Not MAuwe most enthaslasMe Mpfoeien stWtadBptiM rlyer in a small river BMaea proposal Two eirh Drowned boat Mm mm onn we had wed in go- - Hareland a farmer living sear Allan ty to Dawson We town wa killed yesterday afternoon MjDfltwowfi q Not Orel KUmj TravfelM about J p m and was soon byOlarenc Doyle a farmhand The aii aged M and 15 a4 ChrUUai on oar way up the river men were yliltinf tfovelaadf sou who them ia Botfaing btter Hum Foleys KM yean mpfrtaively were oroatlng the While Jaok Dalton left Dawson a is a Mt at Windsor about 10 milt vthtoU with their Cure avary oaa who IrUa it will brid eotpla of ton Utar tne situation tbwrs from farmer They bad been drtakiaf My to this L R Fisher Oloyerport hydfaoHe Tim hor absoawe frUrhWaed here uuMr when we hard older and got mto a qnami over agree thta ji ohm U ad wUo ore 8hllman StophMMapori Gordon wati ptaaaMd W 1 Mt tailiagjato the wwdi tiaveianas wue tart 1 ft mp YtMfirU mamaamjummm JWiig rnT land in tn h4d lmsm niwmm PMtwtlU B WU Ha 1 war davtnM ta awtiMr we re a BMBMm UHV ZU AHKKKKKKWKaKKKnKHIKKa JnftltBTBTBTBHaBTBTnTJeBBTjBTBTBTCJeaBWW Jl SMffc - i nTJaWu iJBtaBflBflBTBTBTXsSBBnKiTVT 20 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ S -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ down-tho-rvÂ¬ Merry at Chicago Wx M or Â¬ dered by Her Iluband Oihcaqo Nov 20 Tho mystery sur Â¬ rounding tho disappearance of Mrs Pauline Merry from her home at 60 Hope street was solved yesterday aft- Â¬ ernoon by tho confession of Thomas Hickoy who was nrroated on suspicion Hickoy told a revolting story of how Christophor Merry choked and beat his wife a week ago last Fday Then finding it impossible to restore his wife to consciousness HIckey says that Merry decided to put her out of her misery by beating out hor brains with a poker The horrible story told by HIckey was extorted from htm after hours of ques- Â¬ Lato yes tioning in tho sweatbox terday afternoon ho led a party of po- Â¬ lico to an uninhabited portion of the city near Eighty seventh street and Western avenue whero Mrs Morrys body was found buried beneath a few inches of loose- dirt by tho roadsldo Tho disanncaranco of Mrs Merry ex cited almost as much interest as that oLl Mrs Luetgcrt A week ago tho polico learned that she had been made away with by her husband at his cottage in hope street Merry was a peddler and owned several horses Wheu the police began their Investigation a son of Merrys told them that his father had killed his mother and had lowerod her body through a trap door into tho Following this clew it was cellar found that Merry had driven away frgm his placo Saturday morning with a covered wagon but no further traco of him has been discovered Thomas Hickey an employe of the stable whero Merry kopt his horses was put in the sweatbox and yesterday con- Â¬ fessed that ho nnd James Smith had been present when Merry beat and choked his wife Tho thrco men sat up Friday nigAt and tried to restore Mrs Merry On Saturday morning he says decided to kill his wlfo which ho did with a poker Tho body was carted way and Merry though still in tho city has successfully eluded tho polico Mr rulln A Cuban Refugee Just Released From a Spanish Prison Tells Some thing of the War In Cuba Prospects of Conquering Cuba Hopeless enue cutter Bear sailed yesterday after noon to tho relief of tho whalers who aro frozen up in tho Arctio ocean north of Point Barrow Alaska Captain Tut tie iu discussing tho probablo point whore tho slod or land party will be landed for tholr dash north said that it all dopends upon the stato of tho Ice pack No vessel ho declared had here tofore been in that part of Bering sea to which the Bear is bound later than the month of October The ice condition he said Is un known except within the sight of shoro The natives havo been able to report on tho Ice formation only so far as they have been ablo to see it from the land As a result of this winters work iu Bering sea hope said Captain Tut tie to throw some light on tho ico sub ject by the tlmo I return Ho then added significantly As far as steam and sail will drivo tho Bear to tho northward Bho will go Captain Tuttle will shape a conrso at the outset from the straits ot Fuca to Unalaska He hopes to make tho run across to Unalaska in seven days time Tho distanco Is about 1850 miles Five days good running from Unalaska he says should take me to Sledge Island provided that the north ern point can be reached at this time ot tho year I hope to be able to leave Unalaska by Deo 8 next At Jnalaska the Bear will take on coal and such supplie at the overland party will require How to Preycnt Pneumonia At this timo of year a cold is very easily contracted and if let to run its course without the aid of some reliable cough medicine is liable to result in that dread dls as pneumonia Wo know of no better remedy to cure a cough or cold than Olmmburlalue Cough remedy We have used it quite exten- Â¬ sively and it has always given entire satisfaction Oolsgah Ind Ter Chief This is the 01 ly n medy that is known to be a certain preventative of pneumo- Â¬ nia Among the many thousands who have tnv d it for colds and la grippe we have never yet learned of a single case having remlted in pneumonia Persons who have weak lungi or have reiaon to fear an attack of pnenmonis should Tho keep the remedy at hand 25 and 50 cent sizes for salo by A R R A Shellman Fisher Clovorport Stephtnsport Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ IMPRISONED IN ICE Tho Iterenne Cutter Hear Stnrte For the Heller of the Wlmleri Seattle Wash Nov 27 Tho rev Â¬ PERISH IN A STORM drcat Who Thoroughly Understands tils Business HE LIVES IN BRECKENRIDQE Phllllpplne Islands Swept by a Typhoon Fully Four Hundred Europeans Were Drowned And It Is Estimated That Six Thousand Natives Perished Millions of Dollars Worth of Property Destroyed San Francisco Nov 20 Tho ty Â¬ phoon which swept over tho Philippine Islands on Oct 0 was the cause of one of tho worst disasters that has been reported from tho Southern ocean in many years if not in tho history of that soction of the world Thousands of lives woro lost including many Europeans and tho damage to property was Bomothing appalling Telegraphio advices concerning tho calamity have beou very meager The difficulty of getting news from tho islands is great at any time nnd owing to tho remoteness of somo of tho provinces visited by tho hurricane full details of the storm did not reach Hong Kong until Nov 1 Tho steamer Gaolio from tho Orient Saturday brought accounts of tho ravages of tho tidal wavo and tho winds Soveral other towns wore Bwopt and blown away Fully 400 Enropeaus were drowned and it is estimated 0000 natives perished Tho hurricano struck the islands at tho Bay of Santa Paula in tho province of Samar It devastated the entire southern portion of tho island and cut off communication with the rest of the world for two days On the 12th tho hurricano readied Leyte and struck tho capital of T clobau with great fury In less than half an hour the town was a mass of ruins Tho natives woro panic stricken and tried to mako their way to clear ground Four hundred of them were buried beneath tho debris of wrecked buildings nnd 120 corpses ot Europeans were recovered from the ruins whon tho native authorities instituted a search for tho dead Reports from tho southern coast wero rcceivod which claimed that a score of small trading vessels and two Syduoy traders wero blown ashore and tho The sea at Samoa crews drowned swept inland nearly a mile destroying valued at teveral million dolors and causing wholesale deaths among the natives Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ PHILADELPHIA FlrcuenInJured and 870000 Worth ol 1ropertr Destroyed Philadelphia Nov J9 Tho milln- try and furnishing stores of Apt Brothers BS and 41 North Eighth itreet were damaged by fire yesterday to ths extent of about 175000 on which tht The firm carried f 50000 insurance building which fronts on Filbert street as well as Eighth and which Is owned by ths estate of George S Lang was damaged to tho extent of 10000 oov ered by Insurance The origin of the fire is unknown Both members of the firm and a win- Â¬ dow dresser were In the building until about 12 SO o clock arranging the stock FIRE IN Two Iar Jien Home Journal I well remember twenty five years ago that no farmer in our section had pro- Â¬ duced a hundered pound pig at the age of five months Pigs coming in the spring were kept until the following fall and then fattened for market No ac count at all was kept to know how much corn the pig consumed nor was the market value of the corn considered and as to ptoviding shorts cotton seed meal artichokes etc in addition to the corn to give the much needed variety or balance the ration no one ever heard of a balanced ration In those days the farmer kept the hogs now the hogs must keep the farmer And to do this the farmer must first procurea hog of good stock and then feed and care for him intelligently And as all horses cannot make Star Pointers nor all cows Brown Bessies neither can we expect every hog to make a world beater But the hog man of to day who thor- Â¬ oughly understands his business will I think have no trouble in producing a hog that will put a few dollars In the profit column of the ledger and as a testimony meeting always does us Methodists good here goes for my results in swine husbandry I handle the Poland China hog until I find a better one and in the summer of 1800 a sow farrowed 0 pigs which I decided to make into family bacon These 0 pigi were killed the day they were 5 months old and made a net average of 105 pounds which Is equal to 202 gross weight My present prospects for famiiy bacon is in 1G pigi that I am now feeding These pigs wero farrowed July 8 1897 and were driven one mile and weighed on Fairbanks scales this morning the 12th day of November four months and four days old and weighed 2170 pounds or an average of 130 pounds and I challenge any herd of that number In Kentucky to beat it While I consider both lots almost in a class to themselves I have no dililculty in getting almost as good results from the 75 to 100 that I produce each year excepting of course those fed through our most severe winter weather And now as the 100 pound pig at 5 montl s old Is a back number we will see who can first make a herd of say 10 pigs average 200 pounds at 5 months of age lam sure It is apossibility but it free and unlimited will n quire v roots cornsgo uit Irvington Ky From the POWDER Absolutely Pure AOVAl uiana i owsce co xtw ronn POPULISTS In Meade County Say They Arc Tired Fusion of And Will Henceforward tles Singly And Alone Fight Their Bat- Â¬ Supporting Only Such Men And Measures as Suit Then RIGHT IN THE MIDDLE OF THE ROAD r Mrs Stark Pleasant Itldge O says After two doctors gaye up my boy to die I saved him fom croup by using It is the One Minute Cough Cure quickest and most certain remedy for coughs colds and all throat and lung troubles Short Haynes t GARRETT a4 yr for the Christmas holidays Shortly after they left the fire was discovered bCjlbrn to the wife of J T Ritchie Nov The building is in the heart of the shop 21 a girl ping district and the entire fire departBill Carrico went to Louisville Wed Â¬ ment was called After two hours hard work they extinguished the flames nesday night without any serious damage to other JimEleliusp nt Saturday night with property Gobrgo Cost a fireman was badly Henry Miles burned about tho face during tho firo Lee Berry of Flaherty was at this and Bethel Partridge a ladderman placo Thursday suffered a broken leg Frank Sommers went to Indiana Tues- Â¬ STRANGE TRAGEDY day on business John ripii En Haute to Oermany Sul- Mrs Lena Medley went to Branden Â¬ eldee at Fottorla O O Nov 27 John Pipp of burg Wednesday Fostoria RlppLake AVis en route for his for- Â¬ Miss Ida Bull Shacklett was the guest mer home in Germany got oft of a Bal- of Dora Funk Sunday timore and Ohio train here yesterday morning wandered around the railroad KBorn to the wife of J N Tuell Nov on ulvlif rtnnml trtrl yards for a couple of hours and then I drliberately laid down on the tracks in Dr Ernmett Wimp came down from lont of an approaching Nickel Plato Louisville Wedneeday passenger train and was killed He Mts Buckler and daughter Eva went was about 40 years old and In his pook etsVere found a gold watch f48 In to GarnetUville Wednesday money tickets from Hipp Lake to Ger Dr Miles and son Kelly Ford went niany and postal and express receipts showing that he had tent over 1300 to a to Brandenburg Wednesday woman in Germany during the past Mrs W W Miles and son G R Mil- Â¬ year No answers havo yot been rees went to Vine Grove Saturday teleceived by tho officials to inquiries shopping graphed to his starting place Mr D N Dure and family of Hill Mrlner Oeti Twenty Year Cincinnati Nov 20 Frank alias Grove were the guests of their mother Dad Meiner will spend 20 years in Mrs Liura Burch Sunday He the Frankfort f Ky penitentiary Cap Line wlfd and Ethel FarlelghjDf It the third man found guilty of crim Â¬ Gamettsville were the guests of John inal assault of Mrs Thomai Gleason of Funk and family Sunday Newport The Jury returned its a deliberation ot about tbrot Bob E isor of Etron and Ah x Mont Â¬ hours John Weber the alleged assail gomery of Big Spring were In this ant who escaped ii said tc bo worth 10000 Mrs Gleason will sue him tor neighborhood Moudsy buying hotiB damages who Miss Winnie Mills of Sirocco Gaternor Ilradley May Take a Hand has been visiting here for tho past two Frankfort Ky Nov 20 The sink weeks returned to her home Sunday ing fund commissioners authorized the governor to write an open letter to all Mrs M B Ford Ru Well III suf Â¬ the county judges in counties where fered for eight years from dyspepla and aro turnpikes iu whioh the state thero owns stock requesting judges to use all chronic cmstlpation and was Dnaly means In their power to protect the cured by usii g DoWltts Little Early states property nnd when their power Rlserr the famous little pills lor all is exhausted to call on the governor for troops and they will be sent forth- stomach and liver troubles Short Haynes with Lake Steamer Alhore 20 Nov For Pkquamino Mich two and a half days the steamer II B Runuolls has been ashore on tho end of Point Abbaye There was no passing boat happened along so finally the mate and his companion volunteered The rest ot to start for Pequamling the crew are supposed to be safe The tug Golton and lighter havo gone to hor asslstanco Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 7L Brandbndubo Ky Nov 20 1897 The Populist party of Meade county In convention assembled adopt the follow- Â¬ ing resolutions We dont regard the Populist party as having reached per- Â¬ fection as a political party We admit that some mistakes have been made in the past and that possibly some may be made in the future Fusion arrange- Â¬ ments haye been the principle mstakes of the past whether sought or accepted they were detrimental to the party We believe the wedge that was intended to split the Populist party into atoms was set at St Louif when tho National Fu- Â¬ sion deal was made with the Democrat party The way in which that party carried out their part of that contract is certainly sufficient evidence of their willingness to do their part in driving said wedge and their action in the recent Btate campaign is if possible more con- Â¬ vincing and then during this time sev- Â¬ eral Populists who wero Populists more for pie than principle have finished the driving of that wedge the vote of the recent election is at least wo thinks fair sample of the fruit of such things Notwithstanding the above things have happened still we cannot believe the Peoples party to be dead if it is we fraukly admit that we have no suitable raiment to wear to the funeral or burial It is true that the Peoples party has done a great deal ot good but there Is too much remaining to be done for ii to die yet The Peoples party has in our opinion done more toward educating the people politically during the past six years than both the Democratic and Republican parties have In twenty dye years What js the evidence that such is true simply because the issues that are before the people for their consider- Â¬ ation to day were brought or forced there by the Peoples party We further believe that the Referendum system of government of its self as proposed by said party would briDg about a better system of government than any system proposed by any other political party in this country In consideration of tbe above we shall in the future neither seek nor accept a Fusion arrangement of any kind with any other political party but we will go along supporting only such men and measures ss are in con- Â¬ formity with our platform Last but not least if the information that wo have bo correct we condemn the manner in which some of the leaders of the Demo- Â¬ cratic party have conducted the n cent campaign and especially do we condemn the manner In which the Louisville Dispatch has treated our friend and can Â¬ didate Joe A Parker during said It spectfully submitted campaign S O t A 1 r M M j i Dowkll LOO A I UUeaee A CATARRH I Climatic Affection A Nothing but a local rcmidr or change of cllmttewlll cure it Get a well known ph rmaccii leal rimtdy ur yJM LHrVH 8tN Y VuZurvLlkitoM ELYS PDFU Glv RllUi Mi tecta the Membrane R itoiea the Senaca of taate and StnU No Cocaine No Mrcy No tnjuriua drug FnUaiieyx T rial Site 10c at Onif lata or by mall It ii quickly abtoibed UULU rt lief at once Opcni tad clceatettbe Natal Iauagea Allajt Inflammation llcali and Pro t ilCiU ELY BROS 60 Warren City Going to Build or Repair Write Louisville Ky For Prices on Lumber Doors Sash and They Blind Shingles Steer goofing save yoiimottey will a J P Will CO A S Kelly and O II Kirk of Ford vllie were in tows yeataniey TCWHHRiH Tr iti n at wrtefnr u miMllMC bt ttfcr TJfgT X fa S Ti m ntwtrv fW Uubutu itSEK l i - jfaAtSA a lafc r A IVEiJa aatiftdLfctifi Breckenridge Q News 1 GLENDEANE Len Malliugly West View was here Saturday Miss Irene Board was tho guest of Miss Carrie Owen Sunday Mrs Crlder of Fordsville is visiting her mother Mrs Settle Moorman Mrs Thomas nee IltBton of Lo It oil Â¬ field visited friends here last week W R Moorman is far from being a1 well roan and is in bed much of his time of late Miss Hallie Moorman spent Thanks Â¬ giving at Joe DeJernettes in the Jolly neighborhood Drano Bros after a good business here moved their jiicturo gallery to McDanlels last week XMrs Robert Wells aged about 02 years dltd Saturday morning after an illness of about four months Mrs Willie Owen has gone to spend several weeks with her daughter Mrs Jimmy Klncheioe at Can ol ton Ky John Dearie has a fine new gun un- quailed by anything in this section John is also acknowlerg d our most successful bird killer The report was circulated last week that there was acaseot scarlet fever in town The Bcare was without founda- Â¬ tion fir theres nothing of tho sort here And there seems to be substantial talk about a flouring mill going up here Two or threu men whose decisions are actions have tho matter under consider- Â¬ ation That part of Bro Rutledges congrega- Â¬ tion that went to the protracted meeting at Jolly Sunday missed a fine sermon at home His preaching is rapidly becoming more powerful Miss Hannah Smith and little sister were thrown by a runaway horse one day last week Luckily they were not seriously hurt A train came by at an unusual hour and found them riding near tho track Louis Ashley shipped 75 pounds of tobacco seed to Louisville last week realizing 112M for the shipment I understand that his tobacco was damaged probably 20 by his raising bo many seed plants Seoms a good business Thanksgiving was not markedly observed hero Dinners were given at W O Moormans and at Dick Owens Most of the men and boys hunted Mies Fannie Greens school had appropriate exercises for the occasion Mr R L Lasile alBOOtserved the day atliisschool Uiopia was all a rest for the day Buck Moorman is putting a large two Story addition to his store property He will fill the lower story and base- Â¬ ment with goods A Masonic Hall will occupy the second story and thus does Glendeano move forward with strides which would do credit to a much older Â¬ Â¬ BRANDENBURG The Flowerprlll was beautiful Miss Agnes Woriand is not so well Tho drersmakets are all buiy holidays and weddings Will McGehce of tho Mammoth spent Sunday at home I had a pleasant visit last week from Miss E la B Hondrlck The music pupils all did well but tho placo did not fill tho room Mss Mona Princes little pupils show Â¬ ed careful and patient training Mies Eula Davis who Ib teaching at Rock Ridge spent Saturday and Sunday hero Mr and Mrs John Nevitt of Irving- ton vigited Mr and Mrs R II Nevitt last week Mrs George Dowden is having a pleas Â¬ ant visit to her sister Mrs Gabbert at Rock port Ind Miss Lula Lewis will have in a few days to spend a month with relatives near Irvlngton Mr and Mrs Jteso Herndon Irving ton spent Thanksgiving with Mr and BMgt EdlUri and ProprUtri 1897 WEDNESDAY DECEMBER SIX PAGES Tn Iuclgert time at Chicago capo is on trial a second BrEAKEn Reed is not taking much interest in tbo present administration A tow thoroughbred horse B sold in section last week at 15 and 10 the Blurgrass Tjik Farmers Owonsboro Journal published at vllle Mr publisher R II at English hatt been moved to Fords A S Wosley will be the WiLtETTS cashier ot the bank I ml and settle instituted has promised to return up if no pre a cations nre Miss Christine Bradley has been selected to christen the new battle ship Kentucky which will bo launched at Newport News in January next MraJ Lewis Will Grlnnell is in Louisville to buy holiday goods for tho popular drug firm Nevitt Gough Â¬ W Fbesident George Gould of the Miss ourl Pacific system as a Thankfgtylng present advanced tho employees 10 per cent This will effect 20000 men Eighty quarts Ind of nltrogljcerino ex- Â¬ ploded lost Friday near Chesterfield Threo men were injured and one killed and many houses were damaged They tell us that numerous repairs will have to be put on the Represent tives Hall at Frankfort before it can be occupied by the members of the Legis laturo Two negros are serving as jurors in an important murder trial in central Ken- tucky A negro juror in a very rare official in this state because nine tentliB of them are incompetent for jury ser- Â¬ vice Ex Gov Crittenden of Missouri has informed the Hon William Jennings Bryan that he will accompany him in a tour of Mexico where both of them will study the financial system cf that country Senator Lindsay has returned to Frankfort from Washington The Dem ocrats by the way are makirg some pointed remarks about the Senators resignation but there is no probability of his offering lr Tub largest cannon in the world is now being built at the Bethlehem iron works in Pennsylvania for the protection of Now York harbor It will require 1000 pounds of powder for every dis Â¬ town charge and will carry a projectile weigh I had a chat with pedagogue Lasile irg 2300 pounds in almost a straght Saurdny morning as he was on his way line more than sixteen miles homo at West View He tells me that his school will close in three weeks The next Governors race in Ken- Â¬ more He will then go to Barboursvllle tucky amoDg Democrats promises to be Ky to enter school Friend Lasile has something lively The nomination targit very successfully this year and he when secured will be about equal to an will leave a host of friends when his election and the fight for it will be term closes pushed pretty hard There are already UTOIIA NOTES some eight or ten prospective any one The literary societies are doing good of whom could do the party and the work state credit Jeff Dillon Hardinsburg was here OassiusM Clays child wife has pro- Â¬ School is full and a good interest is bably left him for good if all reports are true So the old man lies in his old manifest d Heny Moorman Sr is one of tho palatial home with no one to care for him or sooth him in the dreary hours latest additions to Bchool that drf g heavily More than onco he Miss Esther Lewis Hardinsburg is has entreated her to riturn but still visiting Mies Alma Mattingly young and dashing at twenty she Is Dr Tom Moorman Btricken with seeking for love moro congenial paralysis two weeka ago died on the Mr Bynum Chairman of the National morning of 29th Mrs Fuqua wife of Hancock countys Democratic Committee if sued his mani fests to the few faithful remaining of sheriff visited relatives hero lost week that party last week wherein ho uiged returning Monday morning them to stand firm and not desert the A good plank walk from town to the old ship As Mr Bynum has already school house and a fence around the received about ten thousand dollais for yard are late Improvements his services as chairman of that oi ioni The Innominate or No Names are an zation ho can well afford to goon with original Independent body of good the performances workers Their motto Pray for us is a good one but their effort Friday after- Â¬ As tho time for the rneetir g of Con gress approaches there is considerable noon would suggest Laugh with us as anxiety felt as to the tone of the Presi Â¬ something quite appropriate dents messago The country of course 1 ho addition this fall of Miss Irene is looking for somo increased prosperity Board as a member of our faculty is one under tills administration and it behoves lor g step towards the present excellence the Republicans to bring it about The of the school Shu isgiylng entire satis Â¬ president will no doubt dwell upon the faction and is a favorite with pupils and hopeful outlook of things but times can- patrons not bo materially improved until there Our honor roll for this month contains is a reform in our financial system Republicans admitted before these names in the order of their stand Â¬ This tho they got into ofllce and this among other ing JIary Moorman Emma D Moor- Â¬ thingi is what is claiming the thought Â¬ man Sallio Robertson May Dempster Rosebud Moorman Robert Moorman ful view of the President Johnnie HoBklns Ollie Hosklns Elliott Moorman Walter Moorman Martha The Teachers Meeting Lou Powell Mary Blanford Harry Moor- Â¬ The joint Teachers Associaton ot man Paul Dempster Monna Hunter Breckenridge and Meade counties met Otter Owen Nellie Moorman Eula at Irvington last Saturday There was a Harper Hallie Moorman Styles Howard goodly nu nber from both counties pre Â¬ Eddie Moorman Jesse Rhodes Ella sent Some excellent papers were read Bratcher and Coleman Mattingly Miss and discussed and the meeting was both Mary Moorman who heads the roll has pleasant andprofltablo to teachers visit- Â¬ an average of 19 77 and the lowest has ors and community The pleasing fea- Â¬ an average of 07 Otberoames familiar ture and one that all enjoyed was the to the honor roll such as Henry Moor Â¬ elegant dinner served to the Queons man Mary Peyton Ella Robettsorr etc taste in the school house by the good aro off on account of unavoidable absence women of that town who know just how one or more days In Miss Browns to make their guests feel at homo No department Mannle Harper Silva Mat better community 6r finer people live tlrgy Clara Mattingly Mattie Willis than youll find In and around Irving Nora Hosklns and Maud Maxwell ton deserve rpeclal mention for excellent Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Monday Farmers Meeting Mr A D McNalr of Danville N Y will give a free lecture and distribute free books to farmers on tho Fertiliza tion of the Soil at Oloverport oa Wed Â¬ nesday Dec 8 at 5 oclock p m The meeting hall will be announced by pos Â¬ ters oa day of lecltue Â¬ work CASTORIA Far Iiuti a4 Gbildrt KM nurol4 la atra 00 Wbixo H r UKi ki weak f 2k8 Mr Burton and Mr Hardesty worked hard Jo have the entertainment a success Stand by ttiem Misses Charlotte and Eva Herndon visited Miss Jen Hardin last week and attend the Normal entertainment Mr Burton Mr and Mrs Hardesty Misses Mona Price and Mabel Simmons attended the Teachers Association last Saturday at Irvirgton Look out for criticisms along all lines Vory well some people are of work more than equal to the shafts of would be sarcasm Bo sure you arc right and go straight ahead A conference of Populists at Birming Â¬ ham decided to steer clear of fusion with any party Breckenridge county should make the same resolution Mr J O Ashcraft will leavo shortly with his family to locato at Upton in La Rue county We all hope success and prosperity may be their future lot I see my cousin Senator Georgo H Alexander is to wed Miss Holt of Frankfort George is a handsoraetalent- ed lellow and his recent race showed his popularity lam indebted to Misses Allie Reid for Borne beautiful white chrysanthe Â¬ mums and Ella Hendrick for smilax Thanksgiving night Little kindnesses show the heart at last James Bondurant Walter Hamilton Deal Gilnnell Mabel Hardin Annie Bondurant Lena Nevitt and Florence Smith spent Sunday with Jennie Lee Woolfolk at her beautiful country home We hear plainly the jingle oi marriage bells after the holidays and we dont enjoy the sound ono bit we do not fancy giving up our dear girls for homes elsewhero but Oer roses may their foot steps movo Thanksgiving was quietly observed barring the entertainment given by Brandenburg Normal nothing else Dinners in families were occurred general SL Clould bad its usual spread for such occasions Mrs R II Nevitt entertained a good many friends and relatives on Thanks giving Mrs Sheeny and daughter and Henry Nevitt of Louisville were down C M Nevitt of Ellendale College did not come as he only had ono day off Dont tell us girls cannot smoke cigar- Â¬ ettes We had an evidence of it in the Some gentleman remark- Â¬ Dude Drill ed Thats pretty tough for an exhibi- Â¬ tion I said no It is only fun He couldnt see it that way Desrite the inclement night on Thanksgiving a large audience assembled to encourage the Normal teachers and pupils in a worthy cause Tho pro- Â¬ gram was fully carried out without a hitch About twenty five dollars reward Â¬ ed their efforts and labor Bro Phillip Jenkins has been unani- Â¬ mously called to this church again for the ensuing year beginning January 1st After a conference with the deacons Bro Jenkins will decide his course He preached good secmons lost Sunday and we will be glad to havo him serve another year A dash of heliotrope in Sundaya Courier was good and at the same time amusing For instance If a widow puts on a bunch of violets or a knot of ribbon shes pronounced out for a second victim Widows luive as many prlvi el a 03 otlnr people with sessible foks Let thorn exercaa theni and wear what thuy pleaso Gov Bradley is discoumg d In hs effort to collect the pictures and por- Â¬ traits of Kentuckys Governors He has so far only four My niece Mrs E Iwin Hodge of Henderson has a fine o 1 palntirg of Gov Shelby which was my grandfathers Norborne Bjall who wa an intimate friend of Gov Shelbys Pos eibly Mrs Hodge may donate It Tho foot ball game to be played next Saturday in Louisville between Centre College and the University of Virginia is attracting much attention and arous ing considerable enthusiasm I hops Centre will win an easy victory over the orange and blue for they are stuck on themselves immensely but they will remember a western gridiron may not prjvoa i oft snap I disapprove of the game nearly as much as I do prize fighting In Greece we are told it is considered an everlasting disgrace to be tn pld mild and girls are often betrothed In babyhood Marrlrgcs for love aro get Â¬ ting utterly unknown such being the com J think it a pity all the girls are not old maids Some of the grandest womea la thla world are what society term old maids Marriage with them and many good women is not the be an ana toe eoa air- oi lira and yet I am au adKMM m matrimony for airs where a la k m aanoa vtf nuitec Â¬ Â¬ filoctlcg cither at tile church of at the to which all home of softie member 444 friends ot the cause were invited The I H fc W TIME TAME freo wlll offerings are usually tho most eons slur enjotabte feature of the occasion On ftmnger Dully rr IUrdlniborc 727 n account of the very hard rain last Friday the meeting was given up but tor the oe wmt benefit of those who have aught to be 6S p Ptit3r Dtlly fr HftrdlnibBrK il thankful we aro requested to announce that thank offerings will be received in Hominy and brans at Huswelle connection with the regular dues at the A fresh line of groceries at Haswells meeting of the rocloty to he hold Friday Dont forget Haswells for your ham se afternoon at 2 oclock at the borne ot and saddlery Mrs Sallio Miller Miss Nellie Goodman is quite ill with BEWLEYVILLE typhoid foyer Oysters salmon and mackerel all fresh at Haswells Mrs Ellin Jolty of Hardinsburg visit Miss McDantel of McDaniel Ky Is ed Mrs Piggott and Bion Jolly of this visiting Miss Clara Ueston place Saturday and Sunday Mr Afongo Bennett is still on the sick You can find canned corn tomatoes beans and pears at Haswells list Revs Breeding and St Clair are pro- Â¬ The members of our Missionary so- Â¬ ciety were either sick or away last Wed Â¬ tracting a meeting at E hesur McAvitt went to Irvlngton lost Satur- Â¬ nesday Only two were present day to attend the county teachers meet John Beavih is repairing his barn ing Tho neighbors have had the pleasure of G W Beard has been confined to his dining with him two days on the strength homo the past week with a very severe of it Mr Bramlett of Rosetta of cold Mrs James Snyder is building a now Wm Beard has gone to Arkansas seek Â¬ house on the Brandenburg road opposite ing a location Jesse Payne who has been in Illlnofs Tim Harmans A new flouring mill is belrig built at for quite a while returned to his home Jolly Station wltha capacity of fifty bar- Â¬ last Tuesday Tbe meeting in the Methodist church rels per day at Irvingon continues wtth gonerous at Â¬ SSwlng machino oil needles shuttles bands oil cans screw drivers etc call tendance from our vicinity The Ladles Home Ideal is an excellent on T C Lewis Jones Mercer is in Louisville He has little paper Plenty of hunting in these parts and been promised a position with tho Kentucky Jeano Clothing Company what good times Rabbits and possuma Rev Ferrel the new Baptist minister and bo on Mrs T J Jolly who has been in bad preached his first sermon at the Baptist health for sometime is now very much church in this place lost Sunday better The deposits in the Bank of Hardlnx We were glad to hear through the ono day last week in a single day Nkws last week from our Bewleyvllle amounted to thirty thousand dollars Through George Snyder we learn that soldier boy W R Beard Tbe tone of his brother James Snyder who was sent his letter was cheerful indeed and we from this placo to the Asylum lost spring wish him continued success whatever his present position may bring to him is not improving any The Bewleyvllle crowd who attended The lands of Wm S Allen deceased the Tbanksglvlrg service at Irvlngton will be sold at the court house door the were entertained by Mrs R M Jolly third Monday in December reserving The sermon by Bro Hesson was excel to his widow the right of a homestead lent and the dinner and cheer all that On Thanksgiving day there weie about heart could wish thirty bird hunters came out of Louii Mrs Orcndorf and Mrs Ccztne left last ville and decamped at different poins Monday for New Albany where they along the Texas as far down as Gust on will be the gueBts of Mrs Lena Crosier To the Public I baye just taken Mrs Cozine with her husband DrThos charge of the brick hotel and will be Cozlne deceased had resided for a num- Â¬ glad to havo a reasonable share of the ber of years In Oelweln Iowa SInco public patronage Rates reasonable and his death last May she has been visiting satisfaction guaranteed HC Lake A relatives Many friends in Meade and This is a good town for a show A Breckenridge counties remember her house entertainment such as was given with pleasure Let us all continue to bo thankful at the Hall last Saturday night will al- Â¬ ways draw a respectable crowd During remembering that God has two dwell- Â¬ the Christmas holidays we will look for ings one in heaven and the other in a meek and thankful heart another The B V R C meeting at Mrs Wath The owners of the telephone line which extends from this place to Custer ens Nor 20th was well attendedv and met at Garfield last Saturday evening for a success Four new members enrolled tho purpose of effecting an organization Wo meet Dec 4th Saturday p m at the As the line stands at present no one home of Miss Liliie McGlotblan Irving seems to have control of it The object ton Visitors are always welcome Dr J M Walker wife and daughter la to nave It run on a business system Kpno of the oldest pieces of property in Kathleen visited relatives at Garnetts vllle several days last week rltia rtlatik JO tUV sit1 WIU1UJJ 4 lmm tUig JIHVV to lio USU TlmmnTsnlA UVUIC JiU4 The sale at the late residence of W stead bought by Allen R Klncheioe at Hardin on the 23 was attended by a the price of 220 The property is reason Â¬ able cheap at that figure If there was large crowd of people from far and wide any demand hero for dwellings the old All kinds of live stock brought good house there could be torn away and it prices especially cattle and mules If would be one of the most desirable you want a sale to be a success just ad vertise in the News building lota in town There is one of the nicest little circle Tho students of the B N collego un- Â¬ of friends in Brandenburg that can be 12 der the direction of Prof Logan gave an found anywhere Tbe Casperke family entertainment at the city hall last Satur- Â¬ Misses Ada Brown and lone Dowden day night that was very much enjoyed and Mr and Mrs 12 John Frakes living by those present The house was very very near each other go in and ont well filled considering the short notice among themselves in such perfect ac- Â¬ that was given out of the affair About cord as ia rarely found 10 was realized which will be invested Golden Rod income books for the college The pi Â¬ to A Tar Springs Wedding ano used was furnished by Mr Cuyler e marriage of Mr James Taul to the agent here of the Hardlsey Miller piano compainy Another entertain Â¬ Miss Bessie Orum was solemnized at theft ment of a similar character will likely be borne of the bride Thursday evening given during the Christmas holidays November 25 at 4 oclock Last Friday alternoon had been ap- Â¬ Rev Richard pastor of Pisgah church pointed by the W F M 8 as the time of performed the ceremony The bride holding an open meeting in observance was beautifully attired in a cream color- Â¬ tiSa3vwvwwwi of the week of prayer and Thanksgiving ed silk while the groom wore the usual set apart by the Womans Board of black Attendants MleaEflle Hamble Missions The week of prayer has ton and Mr Owen Sanders A few been observed by Hardinsburg society friends and relatives witnessed the by an open occasion Miss Orum Is tbe daughter of since its institution in 18 Mr Albert Orum and is known as a belle in that community Her gentle and loving disposition has won her many friends Mr Taul is the son of Mr W B Taul Jr a prominent farmer living near Pisgah and is highly respected in his neighborhood The happy couplo left for the home ot the groom where a most luscious feast was spread in their bo half May burning lights of pleasure be forever aglow on their path way of life Stomach trouble is tho comtaon name applied to a derangement of 1 9J V tho system which ia keenly felt tut vaguely understood It may mean inability to retain food or to digest it It may mean nausea pain after GIVES eating fullness inordinate craving for food or entire lack of appetite CONFIDENCE Whatover it means theres trouble and its with tho stomach If you Thats why we areao confident havo stomach trouble you will bo oi pleasirgyou from our stock of interested in this letter from a Obrietmaa Holiday Goods Qur man who had it and was cured by past experience gives us confi Â¬ dence in our present stock We belieye to be right The styles shapes and quality correct and the prices are right We sell so aa to sell again It you are a atraager to u pay us a visit thia aeaaofl we shall bepleased to show Xetiaa yew our liae of holidays good To All iHnoM having clalma aeaiMt the ld custotaeH it U needleas to oar will For nine years I saffwed from sto ok eataie of Vifoil Hardin xaWa to the about our good trouble I tried the aid of Ue Wt deotrs preaeatttaaaifla properly provea to me ot Philadelphia aad Pittabarg aad aaeat oa or peiote Jaauary hh imm but shall be pleased to have them large sums of saoaey all ia vaw Oae iter All MfWHM koowiaa thaaiMhea In- eall oa us whFla waltltig a trala ia BelUIra O I kb4l to Um aetata of Virgil Uanlln da clcksd up a paper with a aoUee ot Aytra N caK will some forward and settle EarMpvllla I got oae betti to ky It It Mm Hannah Uabdik did mo so much good that I pereaaisd Ave Christmas Headquarters more bottUi Admlnlatraliz ot the eatate of Virgil I took low of thorn agalaod ia Both iiarum aeoeaMU r appotito improved aaa BOwIcaaaataariUajr Mr stoouuA b all Jutata Your Uulf H 1 1itearU Um dm of Avars Saraapa-a-Ctaaaka to CunOjf Cathitrttr our Tak CMaarota Ca4j UtUuritu lOo ur Ipaiiciu lurar Pa W Mgflnwg What V 9 Mfc H fe H HARDINSBURG j VEST BV Striped Crepon 65c yd DRESS GOODS New Special Price Â¬ See our new goods for making I Ladies white ties NEW LINE White Star Percale Â¬ -- son-in-la- Those New English Flannelettes make pretty Dressing sacks Â¬ 1 We have a pretty line of Fascinators at 25c 35c 50c Ladies Underwear Mens Underwear Childrns Underwear aSXiSSS COMB IN AND SEE US YOU ARE WELCOME f Gfc lAViAftAAAAAAAWAAAAAWAAA IF YOU DONT RUSH THEYLL BE GONE Ladies Sailors for 75c each 24 Walking Hats for 100 each Childrens Sailors for 75c bach The most opportune time in your life get millinery X f OlosinoV Out Mrs H OF YOUR -- Duncan 50 Per Cent Money Saved Stomach Trouble Â¬ 0 When you or any member of your family come to Irvingtpn rvnrnruor cArcnicnuc ymlW and feel as though in purchas Â¬ ing Dry Goods Boots Shoes Notions s HATS CAPS T rrs You wsh to save 50 per cent that plape will be Co AIJCTS Sarsapartlla SHELMAN - - Iryington Ky Cacc areta Casdv CaUMwil Mm mm aerful wedlcal ant and refreshing to tka and poalU vely on uTSaatf b5wa cteanabig th entire ayiaai UH TeouC and blllouuMaa Plaaae bur aad trv or O O to4ayt jo guaranteed to cure by all dmajitata rwrbadf Sw a desJ mt i F DHUY a akoi - 4i i MEziBWu a oui no HOUU LM- - and WUcVe nudM ounxt it hoii uk- Boa obu of llnt stream the regiment wffered sovtroly from dlsoaso and tho ranks NE8DAY DEOEMDEU I 1S97 wor reducod by sloknossfrom 1000 to abojt 000 fit for duty Upon leaving thopcnlusula Major M B Montgomery toof command of tho regiment and in thejnext battlo of MauafiKis in Angust 18j2 ho was severely wouuded and dis abled Captain Nlebct tho last leader shjt down at Malvern Hill tlion took conmand with tho rank of lioutetfant on el At Autlotam Colonol Nlsbot wAs sovcrcly wounded and disabled for tieficld Career of One of lyo Tho regimont muBtcrcd only 125 ijlcu at tho beginning of that battlo and Lftes Crack Regimen Is st 24 killed nud 48 wounded Tho Georgians encamped that winter on tho banks of tho Rappahannock and their to Leave Qeorgla Ior the Seat tho historian gives a further hint at hardships which havo herotoforo been from tho j VrVar Brllllant Work at nalvern side looked at chiefly suffering northern Ho says of this Tho Hill Chaacclloravlllo and command at United Statos ford on tho I Gettysburg Rappahannock from cold short rations and a scanty supply of clothing could scarcely havo been excelled by thoso UAKBERS HOT IN EVERY BATTLE which so Bovcroly tried tho fortitude and patriotism of our forefathers when quarforcd in tho historio Valley Forgo fright 1897 by American Press Abio- - Under its fifth commander Major John tmiiua jjook rigms reserved F Jones the Third entered tho cam- Â¬ EORGIA troops paign at Chancollorsvillo and was In bad no trumpeter tho thick of tho fight from tho first day to sound thoir until tho last praises as sol- Â¬ It was in tho advanco of Stonowall diers in tho sorv Jacksons flanking column and fought ico of tho south for tho right of way around Hookers ern Confederacy army On tho morning of Sunday May Bnttlcflold rco 8 when tho grand chargo was mado ords aro tho only upon tho position at tho Chancollor momorinls ot Houso tho Third Goorgla was sent out tholrvnlorMnny alono to clear tho way of Federal sharp- Â¬ of Leos best sol shooters Tho uoxt day it hurried down dlorsln tho Army tho plank road toward Fredericksburg of Northern Vir and took part in tho battlo of Salem -7 ginia vrcro Goor Church with another wing of Hookers ins and from a series of regimental army It was in battlo ovory day from Jtorlea prepared in 1804 whilo the May 1 to May 4 and camo out with a fjlnicnts were at Petersburg tho data loss of 180 killed and wounded none r tho following sketch of tho Old missing Major Jones was among tho trd Georgia was obtained wounded and suffered tho loss of his u tho spring of 1804 tho congross of right arm Ho was tho fourth leador Confederate states passed a joint shot down at tho head of tho regiment lmtiou of thanks to tho officers and in ten months of campaigning of tho Third Georgia regimont for A largo uumbor of recruits joined the eg been first to leavo their stato to regiment about this timo and tho Third e on tho soil of Virginia for their marched to Gettysburg 600 strong Its ut rocord on many historio battle most brilliant action was on tho even ds and for having as an cntiro regi ing of tho second day when A P Hills t to a man ohcorfnlly and unani corps took up tho fight which Long osly ro onllsted for tho war street bad begun when attacking Round Che Third Goorgla was organized in Top Genoral Wrights brigade in spring of 1801 from ten companies which tho Third Goorgla still served ilch with ono or two exceptions had was ono of tho commands which pierced en in existence sovcral years previous tho Federal lino on tho right of Sickles j tho war Nino counties wore ropto- - corps when Longstroots troops were ented Bnrko by the Burke Guards dashing upon its front Tho Federals utoarn by tho Brown Klflcs Qtcen woro driven from their guns on tho ty tho Dawson Grays Morgan by ridge along tho Emmitsburg road he Homo Guards Houston tho Wrights brigado seized 20 pioces of Governors Guards Wilkinson tho cannon J of which were prizes of tho Wilkinson1 Rifles Richmond by tho Thin Georgia regiment However thg Confederate Light Guards and tho support- - brigades did not oomo up and Blodget Volunteers Clarko county Wright was driven out boforo the day arned out tho Athens Guards A closed Tho sevoro fighting of tho regi- Â¬ oluntecr who had como forward at ment was confined to this ono chargo ugusta ami enlisted among tho prl- - which was very briof but it suffered Jtcs was elected colonel This was tho loss of 41 killed and 148 wounded mbrose R Wright who becamo noted During tho chargo when tho regi Â¬ a genoral in Loos army ment was driving tho enemy tho color bearer was shot down and tho flag fell fO Third marched to tho defenso of tho to tho ground It was immediately age or rtoriu Carolina against liurn snatched up by Adjutant Aloxander jos Roanoko expedition An incidont who boro it at tho head of tho regiment ere illustrated tho naturo of Burnsidos triumphantly into tho Fedoral battery arfaro Ono day tho regiment embarked In front In spito of a sovcre wound in on two or thrco gunboats belonging to his right arm Tho enemy made a tar- Â¬ what Was called tho Mosoulto floot and get of him and hisolothiug was pierced pounced upon tho United States trans- - by oight bullots tvwfc fitftamnr TPnnnr wlifnfi wns pjirrv On tho march back through northern Ing provisions and clothing from tho Virginia aftor tho battlo of Gettysburg fleet off Hatteras to a small camp on tho Third now reduced to about 200 F the Chicamacomico river Tho Fanny men was engaged in tho stubborn ad- Â¬ was captured with all its cargo 2 can vanco of whero an at Â¬ pnons and 40 prisoners Tho supplies tempt was Manassas Gap Leos columns mado to cut yero intended for tho Twontioth Indiana in two In that action tho Third bad i b Vegimein and many of tho prisoners the post of honor upon tho mountain L wero from that command Thrco days top and although flanked held its po- Â¬ K later having been re onf orccd tho Third sition bravely In this action 14 men swooped down upon tho camp on tho wero killed and 45 wounded In tho u banks of tho Chicamacomico shelled out battles ot tho Wilderness campaign tho i its occupants and seized tho cntiro losses in Confcderato regiments aro no equipage of tents baggago and rations guido to tho sovcrity of tho fight T Being Iargoly outnumbered without Tho Third fought in tho Wildernoss any supports tho Twentieth Indiana On tho 14th of and at Spottsylvauia jbT whose camp it was retreated to Hat- May it participated in a chargo upon teres Grants breastworks at Spottsylvauia These two regiments tho Third Goor and in a short fight of 20 minutes lost gia and Twentieth Indiana met after 78 killed and wouuded Tho division ia ward on even ground at tho battlo of which tho Third Georgia sorved at that Oak Grove in front of Richmond Juno timo formerly under General R H t 25 1802 It was an all day skirmish Andorson was led by General William I rather than a battlo but was a good Mahono Tho annals of tho regiment f test iorsoldior pluck At thp closo of it closo with the battlo of Petersburg Cra- after nightfall tho cqjoiiol of tho Twon- tleth Indiana sout a flag of truce to Colonel Wright of tho Third Georgia I asking permission to bury his dead i Tho Georgians remained in North T Carolina until the Army of tho Potomao laid slego to Richmond in May 1802 With tho cxcoptlon of tho skirmish on the 35th of June when McClellan seiz Â¬ ed the ridge at Oak Grove for bis heavy batteries this regiment did not tako part in tho fighting around Riohmond neither did tho brigade nor division nor corps to which it was attached Colonel Wright was promoted to tho com mand of tho brigado and tho Third Georgia was led by Major John R Stur iRECKENRIDGE NEWS D THIRD Â¬ GEORGIA Among the pipes shown at a Jewelry establishment was ono of moersohaum with on amber mouthpiece tho bowl being crowned with n gold mounting that covered the rim around tho top and extended down tho sides to tho depth of perhaps n quarter of an inch below tho odgo On top tho mounting was flat and smooth below tho edgo on tho sides it was etched Tho price of this plpo was f 110 Tho owner of a plpo with n gold rim around the top might smoko it or it might bo that ho would let it lie on his table Jewclod pipes are not an article ot common sale but thoy aro not so un Â¬ common as to bo remarkable Such pipes aro usually mounted to order and thoy aro probably always bought for gifts They aro variously mounted sometimes with a band of diamonds and rubles around tho bowl at tho top some times diamonds aro set around tho stom whero tho moutbpleco joins it A jew Â¬ eled plpo may cost 360 Silver mounted meerschaum pipes at 50 aro articles of regular sale Thcro are pipes of this sort at prices ranging from f 20 to 75 Thoso aro not carvod pipes but usually perfectly plain Thoy aro of tho finest materials and work- Â¬ manship and of flno designs Thero aro porfoetly Blmplo littlo brier pipes with a plain silver mounting and amber mouthpleco that sell at 16 but tho brier is the very choicest and hand somest tho amber ruonthpioco of tho finest quality and joined to tho plpo by a lock stem and all tho workmanship on tho plpo is of tho bost They aro tho very finest of brier pipes New York Sun Â¬ Â¬ Cotf ripe BABY 3 A SMOOTH FAIR SKIN Tho XBgllth Mtid th ITroneht Grateful Mother Writes this Letter Telia nil about Her Troubles when Baby Broke out with Sorofula Sores At the ago of two months my baby began to havo sores break out on his right cheek Wo used nil the external ap- Â¬ plications that we could think or hear of to no avail The eoroi spread all over one sldo qf his face Wo consulted a physi- Â¬ cian and tried his mcdlchio and hi a week the sore was gone But to ray surprise In two weeks more another scrofulous look- Â¬ ing sons appeared on babys arm It grew worse and worse and when be was three months old I began giving him Hoods Barsaparllla J alto took Hoods Banaparilla and before the first bottle was finished the sores wero wetland have never returned lie Is now fourycars old but ho has never had any sign ot thoso Scrofulous sores slnco he was cured by Hoods Banaparilla for which I feel very grateful My boy owes his good health and smooth fair skin to this great med Â¬ icine Mbb S B Wrotkn Forming- ton Delaware Get only Hoods Hood S FlIIS caiyl are Prompt emclent and effect Scents SjasiiiiiiaMKMWMawMrMMsiSBaMSMSMMaBaRBaMMSlssiMaBBMiBMSI BRANDENBURG Held ojtrnrn ni week r wt- Consumption Positively Cured of Clill Mr R B Greevo merchant Â¬ howle Va certifies that he had con- Â¬ sumption was given up to dlp sought all medical treatment that money qould procure tried all cough remedies ho could hear of but got no relief spent many nights sitting up in a chair was Induced to try Dr Kings New Discovery and was cured by use of two bottles For past three years has been attending to bnsiupss and says Dr Kings New Discovery Is the grandest remedy ever made as it has done so much for him and aleo for others in his community Dr Klnxa New Discovery Is guaranteed for Coughs Colds and Consumption It dont fill Regular sze 50 cents and 00 per bottle Short Haynrs Druggists Littlo Testimonial How do you llko your now type- Â¬ writer inquired tho agent Its grand was tho immodiato and ontbusiastio responso I wonder how I evor got along without it Well would you mind giving mo a littlo testimonial to that effect Certainly not Do it gladly So ho rolled up his sleovos and in on incredibly short timo pounded out this Aftod Using tho antomatlg Back action a tjpo writ or for tbre emonthan d Ovor 1 uuhesattattlngly pronounco it prono nee it to be nl even mo othaa th o MannfnctoVs claim A 1 for It During the time been in our poseosj sion o 1 th roo montiul Id has mora than paid for itXolf In tho earing of tlwo ah d labrr I JobkQibbs Thoro yon aro 6ir Thanks said the agent and moved quickly away Pearsons Weekly r For children who take cold easily and are subject to the cough no remedy is bo helpful as Dr Bells It should be in every houso ready tor an emergency y Cabinet of Qartoiltlea f fepft Â¬ r The first heavy battlo of tho Old Third was on tho 1st of July when in the ranks of Wrights brigade ft charged tho Federal battcrios at Mai- Tern Hill General Wright led his men Jt t forward under tho sholtor of a bluff to 7 a position a fow hundred yards from XeClollans guns On a signal tho lino dashed up tho elopo its leader with his fe eap poised oa ms guttering Bworu ia Mm face of a murderess flro of shot rV afeell canister and ballots When with ta 800 yards of the guns General Wright saw a body of Femoral infantry Harchlng around his loft flank This etasmaad was tho Fourteenth Mow - York volunteers Wright throw the - Third Georgia regiraeat back toward tit rear and with a swWen cbaugo of front tfaa Georgian poured a galling An npon the Now Yorkers This was Mtttraed by a fearful and dlreot flro if-f- from the Federal batteries Tho battle RruMd there for more than an hour tbaA J4 muwuiZ charge was ordered from yrint and Wrlgut carried ms urignuo V ataoat to tho muzzlos ot tho enemys p Wtfk- - He hat less than 800 men left L eat U Uw 1000 which started with UjMm upon the charge Darkness won Tho Georgians Mopped ii flghtiH Maintained tkair petMoaomlor tiro J U aftafB oclock w Urn la tho Third regiment whleawsotlnto bat IU With M0 raak and file wm 167 ot tiwt amber S7 were kllkd or mortally wonaded Major Btariis fell atttb hwd of a regiment aader the Ttwymwatoaof thetoemysgutt The wVwin wko wsoeedwi him was also farUy wtxuwlad i1 la taktof taava of the Chtokabomlay ration tb oajroniclar of the fortnuwi of UtaTblrd 9fMHflte alatea thai dwlug mmMlf aawBaigahaf on la baak i J sis MANY THINK when the Creator said to woman ab AbMBtmloded Man In sorrow shalt thou bring forth Vyritors for comio papers and their children that a curse waa pro- Â¬ Mr OKNKItAL A It WniailT nounced against the human race Bnthlnkiug readers said bo anWorken absont it funny to First colonel Third Georgia but the joy felt by every Mother day consider lam absentmindod aud tcr July 80 1804 With tho rest of when she first presses to her heart minded maa in a position to contradict them This Mahuiios division it charged upon the Federal Hues around tho Crater awl mot with a heavy loss Its casualties in tho slego of Petersburg up to thatdate wero 137 killed and wounded In re viewing tho career of the regiment up to that tlnic tho historian says that not a field officer who ever commanded the regiment in action escaped the eeemys bullots Cue company had kt101 men killed and wounded and aaothar 84 Tho total roster of the rclutitt up to July 1804 was 1463 Out of that naai ber 218 bad been killed 829 wbaadad and 213 hud died from disease Ntakiag a total of 481 deaths Ia addition 4i men had boeu discharged1 for disability making a total loss to the regiment of 773 or over 60 per cent of Its atreafth Gkoksk L Kimkr Â¬ Tho Professional Womans loaguo is proud ot a cabinet of curiosities which stands in tho drawing room and is it hopes tho nucleus of a roro collection Thero aro tho dagger used by tho late E L Davenport in Othello a scarf of white satin embroidered in gold and a jowelcd Maltese cross belonging to FannyKomble a medallion of carved coral onco tho property of Adah Isaacs Menken autographed slippers of Pattl and Melba and boots worn by Mrs D Thero aro also joweled P Bowers gloves worn by Miss May Brookyn Tho caricaturo sketches pen and ink made by the late Sol Smith aro most inÂ¬ teresting A yellow satin gown is thero which was worn by Mrs W G Jones at tho New Bowery theater in 1804 and which originally bolongod to Mrs Far ren and a spangled dross which Miss Louisa Mortimer Mrs Louisa Eldridge woro at tho ago of 18 Mmo Ponisis slippers in whioh sho trod tho boards in tho character of Romeo in 1855 aro ex Â¬ hibited An old fashionod decanter used For Pneumonia by tho lato William Warren a jeweled necklaco worn by tho late John R Scott Dr J O Bishop ot A enow Mich and old onfavlngs of Jenny Lind and stye I have used Foleys Honey and David Garnck are numbered amog tho Tur in three very oovere cases of pneu- Â¬ New York Tribune relics monia the past month with good re- Â¬ A It Fisher Oloverport It A sult Gordon Stephensport Shellman Ilaynes IVteevllle E A Witt ilardins but Who docs not love a good bonk Mr P Q Brjnn representing D II Baldwin was In hero last week in the interest of tho firm Mis Jen Hardin has returned from a visit to her niece Mrs Gordon Moor- Â¬ man of Lellclifl ld Jesse Smith of Wolf Creek Is ono of ttie brightest pupils in the Normal and his polite and gentlemanly manners show home trainlrg I am jeolous I dont want my II V J to write lovo letters proinlscuoujly but they are always good and on sound subjects Tho Messenger will wait a spell for tho Mar a to jine in a free silver chorus The Wlllelt Weathirs startling escap ade has it sd much rapt cant and fus- Â¬ tian but the highly colored lights are about extinguished and the present situ- Â¬ ation Is more hopeful The late Mr Qeorge could give some points along this sulject Mrs Victor Newcomb of New York nee Florence Danforth of Louisville will shortly publish her book of poems She Is much beloved in New York as a Southern woman I knew her In Loui ville as a young lady and she was one of the most beautiful and one of the most lovable girls I ever met Louisville wants a horse show Ken- Â¬ tucky metropolis should certainly vie with the East and the West in an exhi- Â¬ bition of horse fleili and then her beau Â¬ tiful women would be on grand parade not to mention the fl iw of Bourbon liquid a trio of which this Common sSl wealth boasts juy mus c ciasa uas none mosi excellent work this quarter and have pro- Â¬ gressed rapidly The pupils all study music intelligently and play well and I am proud of them I have seven little girls ranging In age from eight to eleven who are much interested and each one has a talent We will resume tho theory class nextweek and the reading of mu- Â¬ sical literature This day another mile stone in my life I am reminded that the fl g it of tin the march of the seasons the past can not be fotg itten aa Antony did In Egypt but imtead J remember one who matched my thoughts and emotions ha gone but I remember too I gave that one the best years of my life and to those recollec tions the future can bring no break Each day now only indicates more clear- Â¬ ly the path ot duty which is distinctly marked by a Divine glidance Dont repine dont give up It Is bard to bavo friends depart death claim our best but for every comfort taken Dante God offers something asa return did not fill Italy with lamentations bnt in his lonely exile wrote his Divine Milton in his total blindComedy ness bad undimmed visions of mental beauty and had as well the magical quality to open the door of peace and happiness for others Â¬ Â¬ It hai been tho writers fato to live a good deal on both sides of tho English channel and nothing is moro amusing than to hear tho absurdities that aro gravoly assorted by each of their neigh- Â¬ bors To an Englishman a Frenchman will always bo n tlgor or monkey of Carlyh whilo to tho French mind Eng lish gravity is only hypocrisy to cover every vico Nothing pleases htm so much as a great scandal in England and ho will gleefully bring yon tho pa per containing tho account to prove how truo is his opinion It is quite usoloss to oxplain as tho writer has often tried to tho British mind that Frenchmen do not all pass thoir lives drinking absinth on tho boulevards and as Englishmen asMaxORoll BaysBoem to leave their morals in a vallso at Dovor when off for a short visit to Paris to bo picked up on thoir return it would bo timo lost trying to mako a Gaul understand what good husbands and fathers thoy aro Thoso two great nations nlways soom to stand in tho relation to oaoh other that Homo and Grecco held Our English cousins aro tho great conquerors of tho world tho great colonizers with a vast capital in which wealth and mis ery jostlo each other in tho streets a hideous conglomeration of buildings and monuments without form and void very much ns old Romo must havo been undor tho Caesars enormous buildings without tasto and enormous wealth whilo tho French seem to bavo inherit Â¬ ed tho temperament of tho Greeks Tho drama painting and sculpturo aro tho preoccupation of tho pcoplo Tho yearly exhibitions aro almost tho uniquo sub ject of conversation in drawing room or club Tho stnto protects tho artist and buys his work Thoir conservatories form tho singers and thoir schools tho painters and architects of Enropo and America Idler In Now York Post Â¬ Â¬ 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avoided that she may reach the hour when the hope of herheart is to be real- Â¬ ized ia full vigor and strength MOTHERS FRIEND so relaxes the system and as sists Nature that aksWuMir bbmbhBbW the nec Â¬ essary change 7 JTjMHsIbbV TjHlTlbV i Dont be pernwded lata baylag llnl meats wlthoat tpwatoa or nattta ChamberllaasTaia Bala aeata o mora without Nau sea Headache iimrcnf Nervous of fat At William street a Gloomy Fore Â¬ raa lato ma or rathen ownm The boding of dan shock ataared me an iowethlag fell takes olace Complete Deutul Ilonms morning 1 waa hurrying across Wall IMoat Ih Southern lmtluiitt X lit a street to keep an appointment eigar without checkteg my pace for 1 was lato and the appointment meant DR MENDENF ALLS much for mo IMPROVED A few minutes afterward I happened to put ray hand in my pocket and miss CHILI AND ed tny sew silver matehsafe Of course Â¬ 1 retraced my steps in a hurry scan ning every inolt of sidewalk ami gutter anxtqwly Bo occupied naturally I ol H4ed more or lees severely with people who not kvl MoC 8vwr watohsel my wayl tluk might hay kept However they did not and by the time I reacke4 William street my bat had beon knocked of the polish of my shoos had beon ruined by strange foot aad pw of ray sew gloves had dlsap mi am Competition Life of Trade r 0 0 ot Recognizing tho abovo adage tho pcoplo still continue to give us a liboral share of their patronage Our goods aro sold just as choap as if thero was no competition in the world Somo specials wo show this week in yJ Dry Goods Notions Hats Caps bbbsssSubsssssVbbVbsssbiV GUARANTEED TO CURE And MaUurla In all Forms TasUlMS KeM MiilM without tho abOTa picture aa4 Ike IgBtture Ot J O MetukBhaU 0gU 0t aad Ha merits tiava teat of many years lack lattatw aa Um mothers have experienced following from L G BgJy HuaaaaM Nothingbut SWhtrt fctaadoes Oalt in roMiautly balsg rewlvad this Dont be deceived or The beat remedy for pala I haw atw persuaded to use anything else used ia Obasbarlaiaa Paia Balm aad I aayso after wtaf K la my family for Ua trying hour is robbed of its paia prevaa by a and suffering as so many Happy irer andth oat at my bama aad phutwed oa the pavfMUt It was my new silver mateh safe I picked it p with mbir refleo Uous about nyseH fuul a fcH saental 1 JmhI maki stritbmetto AeW aMatomdd tool of myatK at a CHILLS AND FEVER SO cents PHirARlO ONLY BY change in your underwear We have the line from Gold enough now to make a MaralyaaM t tat satal oTfriM Wrlu far book MaialaiM wlaa lame back pralas aad swalUaf sal by A K Fiahar Clavarporf hod F ES trtamaltoo lor U KotUnTiMiSa to Tks StUWfJisr A Bhellmao Htephaaaport lfatuaa rbwatawi vSSSS hbtook4 MdrMkaafoe oit sdoraa xnisMkiky iba tUattTsocUwa 1 oa at 5 OMta for a shiua fl a pair to gat my o A wtkd tmrntif la Prio at alt DoaUra IND 25 TO 400 W E BROWN two hoar aftarwsffd tsw I kU aeMb that hlfWy taspojrtaaA rorsjottea to Yovfc Pie jmobtml--K- w kp CVANSVILLC Irvington Ky Sold by SHORT HATNB8 t i E TT tiisdit Mi Miss Anna L Bicknell contributes Mi artlolo on Tbo Last Days of Louis XVI A Homemade Christmas Present Bailable WKDNEDAYDECEinEn 1B07 to Tho Ccn and Mario Antoinette Far Hon or Women A Clirfatmrtg present that is Bcnrico tury Miss nicknoll says Malcshcrbes In deep distress went ablo and olegnnt may bo mado with a to tho temple nnd ns Glory hastily slight oxpcndlturo of work and mittorl enmo forward to meet him ho told him that it was all over and that tbo king had been sentenced As Maleshcrbei camo iuto the kings prescuco tho latter For tho last two hours I said to him havo been examining myconscicneonnd Becking whether during tho courso of my reign I havo voluntarily given my Chrislmss -- Presents That May subjects any canso for complaint against mo Well I can declare in nil tho sin- Â¬ at Home cerity of my soul as n man about to ap Â¬ pear beforo God that I havo constantly striven for the happiness of my pcoplo A Novel qift For The College Student and thnt I havo not indulged in a singlo wish contrary to it In Which The College Colors This was too much for Mnlesherbcs Arc Employed who fell on his knees sobbing so ns to bo unablo to speak Tho king tried to comfort him saying that ho had ex pected what such grief announced nnd ODD ANE USEFUL FOR SISTER MOTHER that it was better to know his fato Tho throo counsel urged him to try to al It is equally well ndaptcd for gloves and for handkerchiefs nnd makes n gift appeal to tho nation Ho consented re Â¬ luctantly being convinced that it would Christmas gifts should not bo too cost suited to tho needs of either tho fastidibo useless Do Sezo and Tronchct then ous man or tho dainty woman ly Expcnsivo gifts nnsct tho cqnllibrl Cut two pieces of cardboard of the retired but tho king detained Mnlo nm of things generally for tlioy necessi was tate a return in kind and so degenerate exact sizo you wish tho caso to bo and shcrbes who friendstill ovrrcomo with My do not weep ho cover each with black satin on which grief into commerce Perhaps tlio most acWo shall you havo embroidered yellow crocuses said pressing his hand ceptable of nil holiday presents oro those nnd meet again in n better world I am a yellow border in gold thread that bear tho imprint of loving hnuds Lino each with yellow India silk nnd griovod to lenvo such n friend as you something honicraado and handmade Tho king followed him to tho stretch ncross them bands of satin rib- Â¬ are Gifts for intimnto friends nnd members bon as tho diagram shows which is door with another Adioul They mot of tho family should not represent a precisoly tho method used In making no raoro nlthongh Mnlesherbcs camo again nnd again to tho prison entreatsum of money but rather nfTcction nnd tho bill cases in vogno somo years ago Overhand tho ribbons neatly to tho ing for admittance which was refused kind thoughtfnlncss Ouo of tho cutett things of n homely edge of tho covered boards and yon to tbo last kind is n dovico for keeping shoo butf will then find thnt whichever way tho Scars on His Nck tons needles and thread together nnd caso Is opened its contents remain My little brother had wrofula very may bo readily rigged up by any ono smooth and neat ns it is tho ribbons it who has tho least faculty for making and not tho articles they hold in place badly but niter tikngn few bottles of which change from sido to side things Hoods Sareaparilla ho was cured and no A clay plpo is tho foundation At tho center of each board on both 8ymptnnso the rcrolula remain except and it is dressed up ns an old lady in a calico dress Tho back of tho pipo forms its longer sides sow fast a handsomo rib- Â¬ a few scats on his neck It tins been tho face with that sharp point for tho bon by which when tied tho caso may three years since he ww cured by Hoods bo kept closed and frco from dust nnd Msi Alice perry when that last step is taken tho work Sarsapatilla Argentum Kentucky will bo complete Hoods Fills act easily and promply FOR EVENING TIES on the liver and bowels Cure sick A Meat and Useful Christmas Present For headache a Gentleman A Story of YfTilttler A usefnl handmado Christmas present Mrs Alico Freeman Palmer tells a to a gentleman is n sachet for holding story illustrating tho almost boyish whito tics This design is n German modesty of tho poet Whitticr A littlo fancy and bears tho national tree tho woman forced her way into thepeuotra oak A in oro appropriate decoration lia of a Boston mansion when Whittier would bo an ivy branch which is tho was visiting thero and clasping both emblem of friendship It is long enough tbo poets hands in her own exclaimed to hold white tics folded in half and Mr Whitticr this is tho supremo mo- Â¬ ment of my life Whitticr stood first on ouo foot anil then on tho other with- Â¬ draw his hands nnd clasped them behind his back and replied prosaically Is it RlNTV iak vi mni a1esrtea During ono of hla journeys a faa6ua traveler camo to a lonely cabin and found tho door wido open In tbo cen- Â¬ ter of tho room ho entered ho found a cradlo in which an infant was reclining fast asleep Tho cradlo was rocking with surprising regularity but no sign of what propelled it could bo soon Tho travelers curiosity was aroused Ho went to tho cradlo and found ft stout cord nttached to a uail driven in tho sido of it Tho cord ho found passed through on augor holo in tho sido of tho houso Ho took up tho trail which soon lod him into a ruvino whoro a donkey was standing and switching his tail Tho mystery was explancd Tho other end of tho cord was attached to tho ass tail and tho constant switching of its caudal nppendago furnished motive power sufficient to rock tho cradlo London Telegraph After bearing some friends continually praising Chamberlains Colic Cholera aud Diarrhoea Itemcdy Curtis Fleck of Anaheim California purchased a bottle of it for his own nso and Is now as en thusiastic over its wonderful work as peoplo can bo The 25 and 60 cent size for Falo by A It Fisher Gloverport and It A Shellman Stephensport The German Wo know nothing tribes until nbout 100 they loom up in tho foes of tho Romans I MMjJM 0frfr I M Ml YOU SHOULD GREGORY li 9k MVwHNpIi CO AfMWt KMTVCKY EMPLOY None work WITH LOVING HANDS CHINTZ ROYALTY COUNTY SURVEYORi HARDIKSBURGiKY knows his business He is alio Notary Public writes Deeds and takes Acknowlrrfxemedts Charges always lleasnnable A litres n i Mil Wl tnt the Count Surveyor In ito trur the lie I the enthmlud SmtC jror ol and cleVEfWMT Countri Is an epe lenceil workmen Loctl Af eat MWW1 kti Firiltf CM Hi Wn eeanrenTf wHUTnrtel Bealtri la Doote bcUdc Sbimd Lungs Pinr-Tar-Hon- Bh Blind Yollew 1m Beewdlag ini and Ceiling Shinies Salt j Wrnr Line Frr Cfewoai are kept sound aud weak lungs lkBr ttiAftn etnttr llty IlD nttfTA a sclcntlfico remedv of the most wonderful J efficacy in all lung affections - IfM Best Denial Work in ilio Git Laths Plaster FkwUriag Hair Plow Hawilew Bricks Ete EstlwatM FtrreMrtel far 8BrfaMir Â¬ that settled In my lung am earned ere cough My physicians thought I Piwav wouM not rteow r but Da Bkm TAK noMir stoppra ine coutn ai once and snnn reslotrn ms tn health A ALLEN uear spring BJ 00 BIST SET OF TEETH 700 No better made Honest charges for nil other work Wo guarantee satisfaction Teeth made in one tiny DR BELLS Â¬ Â¬ Is a J colds certain specific for coughs Z sore throat bronchitis osth- PINE TAR HONEY rcolli oxtracted without pain LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS n BANK or HJaTrt Material lHHf ail 044 FOURTH AVENUE Oier Arcniia Theatre Â¬ 1 L li f Miss Allio Hugiec Norfolk Vn was frightfully burned on the face and nrclc broad enough for two to lio sido by side Pain was instantly relieved by IMVittV iusido it Tho caso opens in book fash- Â¬ Witch Hazel Salvo which healed the battnMt or marrlLse ion nnd tho ties nro kept in placo by injury without leaving a scar It is Hip fltamaoforitadf end Onrummttlon Prevent Iiisuuiltr A serious position is that of a prsn if four straps of narrow whito elastic put famous pile remedy Short t HayniB taken in time TbelroM abova lis mod late fmprore nose and eyes and inouth aro put on across iusido from sido to sido of tho CUKE Then all other tall In- and who through neglect of a seemingly mentupon effect lbcy genuine AJax Tablet ot banns the with pencil jnst ns pipo nuns aro made case two near tho top and two near the haTecnredthouaandiandwillcttreyoa WeglTeapoe trival cough or cold Is thrt atened by ittre Columbus anil the Timid Sailor written guarantee to elf act a cur pTC in Tho stem is then stuck iuto tho spool oi bottom Tbo outside sovcr must bo of money Price UWU I wiper each eaee or refund was on tho forty soventh day out that dread dlstrnyer of mankind con- Â¬ peckafej or ati pagethe nil treatment Cl fCO Iy It for linen thread which nuswers two purreceipt of price rtronlar plain tho crow began to mur Â¬ sumption plain colored satin embroidered lined when somo of Do not neglect a cough or mail in poses that of holding tho pipe up and with quilted perfumed satin Tho cone mur and ono of them more outspoken AJAX REMEDY CO cold however triflirg It Is a menace of of being handy when tho thread is want is edged with cord and the loops of tho than the rest walking iuto Columbus consumption and consumption is pro- Â¬ od Tho old lady has a sunbonuct on rvinl itmrin nt pnoli rnruer cabin implorod him not to go farther MARKET REPORTS nounced incurable by all honest physi Â¬ licr bead a Ilcliu pinned around her Why asked Columbus Whats cians Dr neck with tho shoo ueedlo nnd a wido Honey is the Bells PineTar A Novel Button liar tho uso of turning back now that woro skirt Tho buttons nro in n bag that best cough and cold cure Nothirg else If you want to look right sow your nearly half way thero Louisville Ky Nov 8 1897 hangs on her slccvo Sho also wears a buttons on tight is tho motto painted is Just as good Wo aro afraid well novcr get hack whito apron upon which aro written Shippers should mark all packages plainly in water colors on a novol button bag said tho sailor Youll loso your way theso words At Wholesale thnt is being finished for tho holidays beforo long with shippers name and post offio addreii My name is Miss riper Tho main part of this bag is ono half This is tho room whero yon issue Not at nil said Columbus point- Â¬ Im not a enwiper HOTTER yard of two inch ribbon nnd its con- Â¬ ing through tho stern window of his licenses aint it inquired tho young Hat If from your shoes 18 14 struction is quito simple Fold tho rib Â¬ ship Your buttons you lose Wo cant loso ourselves Do you man after taking a leisurely survey of Choice conntry 0 0 Medium Just bring thorn to me bon in half and in tho fold placo n 6co tho wuko of this ship the npartinont And youll readily seo - 10 22 spool of patent shot thread YesYes Abovo It J ropllod tho doputy county Creamery said tho sailor I seo Its i flit With what great del XQCI8 on tho silk lightly mark a lino in order my own wako Im thinking of your clerk What can I do for yon Ill sew them on tlyht 15 that when a row of mnchino stitching honor Tho caller pushed his hat back on his Tho difficulty of making suitablogiftt FEATHERS is run across tho 6pool will bo held in Well novcr fear head winked and beckonod him nearer said Columbus for a brother or cousin who is away at Jl When wo decido to roturn col I ego has been greatly lessened by place but not so tightly that tho thread calmly Its liko this ho said in a lower Prime whito gooio 20 Mixed I nm going to get married and cannot bo unwound Abovo tho thread nil wo havo to do is to follow that wako tono bringing tho col lego colors into requisiOld 31 tion This is especially protty where ppeket nialco a similar pocket for tho back to Gibraltar and from thero tho go into tho saloon buslnosa How much No 1 duck 00 I paper of needles then ono for tho scis- way is easy discount can you give mo on tho licenses cojors combined or three there are two POULTRY e sors and abovo this join tho sides of tbo Chi Ilni per lb Tho sailor departed satisfied Har- Â¬ if 1 tako cm both out at once as is tho case with Johns Hopkins uni Q ribbon to form a small bag Turn down pers Bazar cago Tribune S versity 8 Spring Chicken I per lb Dnoks per lb 6 8 A pretty present mado on this plan is tho rough edges of tho ribbon nnd make Oeese per dos Prosperity come quickest to the man 4 50 Bucklens Arnica Salve a brush broom caso mado in tho shape n narrow casing in which a small cord is to bo rnn This not only draws up whose liver is in good condition De POTATOES of a shield Thoso tho writer has seen The Best 8alvb in the worldfor Cute 1 752 00 were for Yalo and Princeton Whito tho littlo ribbon bag but serves to hang Witts Little Euly Itfsers are famous Bruioes Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum FeÂ¬ Irish per barrel new New La up tho entire article To tho back of tho little pills for coraipation biliousness ver Sores was combined with tho Yalo bluo to re Chil- Â¬ Sweet potatoes per bu Tetter Chapped Hands 09 00 bag attach six bnttonholed leaves of indigestion and all stomach and liver lievo it Tho upper part of tho shield blains Corns and all Skin Eruptions From store 2 to 6 eti higher Tho troubles Short which was mado of pasteboard was whito flannel for tho ueedlcbook Nary Beam per bushel Haynes and posllvely cures Piles or no pay re covered with plain bluo satin nnd the motto can first bo outlined on tho ribROOTS quired It is guaranteed to give perfect- - Olnieng bon with a soft pencil and then embroid2 25g2 40 body of tho shiold was striped up and Why lie Objected ered in with si lie Bright red nnd diva satisfaction or money refunded Price Senlca Snake 31 down with tho bluo and whito On tho Tho maiden was weeping bitterly Pink IS greeu utako n daiuty protty bag plain bluo whito Hags aro painted with Tho young man stood opposite her with 25 cents per box For Sale by Short Yellow 31 tho sticks crossing in tho middlo and Haynes Wild dinger 5 flushed cheeks and a troubled look on A Homemade Tape Measure having a bluo Y on tho flag shoot Tho Lady Slipper 5 his faco An exceedingly pretty ns well as use May Apple 0 2K back is of courso a plain plcco covered The Local Flavor Then yonr father has not waited for Blood with satin nnd tho shield hangs up by fnl adjunct to ouos work basket is a mo to ask for his consent but has con An American who had loft bis na Â¬ FIELD REEDS a ribbon Put n brush tiroom in it and tape measure mado from grosgraln rib voyed his refusal through you tive country to travel in Europo with Timothy per bushel 1 40 writo Brush Up or something on tho bon to tako tho placo of tho usual ugly Yes Algydear SoU tho maxim When in Rome do as tho Clover per bushel 3 0 card and send it to tho best collego measuro which docs not seem suited to 2 50 And you think thero is no chance of Romans do woll in mind found him Crimson Clorer per bushel friend you have whoso colors you havo tho pretty baskots which nro now so his relenting RedToppcj 45 self in Marseilles Ho wanted somo ico Orchard Grassbushel goncrally used Tho measuro can bo per bushel 1 20 used cream aud went into a restaurant and Blue flrsn fancy pr bushel 85 mado ns long as ouo chooses but for the Another present which can bo mado But Lucy darling what docs your ordored it Blue dress extra per buibel In collego colors is a doll pincushion A ono most generally used a yard and cne father seo iu mo to object to Did ho 0 0 What flavor will yon have asked Onion Sets Yellow per bushel jointed doll about ten inches long is eighth of grosgrain ribbon Whit 0 00 say tho waiter of an inch wido aro needed Tho dressed in tho colors desired sayyol SIDES Ho Eald Algy that ho couldnt seo Tho American hesitated a moment dreen ftood ribbon if a palo violet should bo mark Â¬ anything iu you sob VJf low with black trimmings for Princo and that was why and then remembered bis maxim Dry Gait good 11 3yi ton It is then set on n circular picco of ed otf iuto quarter inches with violet ho objected to you Sob Oh garlio I suppose Pearsons ho answered Dry flint good 13 14 Â¬ ink uud tho ends nro fastened over litcardboard soven or eight inches in diamWockly Sheep sklni 50 Youths Companion eter and tho silk skirt which has been tlo whito sticks which can bo procured WOOL mado largo enough to admit of it is at any storo whero art notions aro sold Tub washed 6 Mrs Mary Bird Harrisbuig Pa cays 1 Orease fine gathered together in tho middlo of the Tho measuro is mado much prettier 18 Burry when tiny violets outlined in ink aro My child is worth millions to me yet 11 nndorsldo of the cardboard It has also v BlsQk scattorud hero nnd thoro on tho ribbon I would have lost her by croup had I Burry and Cots 10 Q lit not invested twonty llve centa in a bot- Â¬ MISCELLANEOUS Hand Tainted lifts tle of One Minute Cough Cure It Tallow 8 Picturo or easel draperies mako ao cures coughs colds and all throat aud Beeswax Sorghum Molasses ceptablo Christmas gifts for instance lung troubles Short Haynes ouo of palo shrimp pink with Safrano FLOUR High grade patent and La Franco roses ouo of gray bluo An IAnjr WAy to let a Dog Straight Patent silk with a flight of swallows or of A gn Low Orados your Trtvvct I light golden olivo with a clematis vino in the paur furthislust logndvcrtlsomont - OOKN it showing rich bronzo green foliago and No 3 Mixed at store 37H Dicor ViS eWOe di j lYDHO feathery whito blossoms Every ono eiMM Trivvct- - Why you never had a dog i likes n hand screen to ornament the to lOdO OATS No 3 Whit mnntol or to shade tho fuco from tho H Dicer I know but I want ono now No 3 blnzo of tho open nropluco Exceeding- Â¬ and I think 1 can mako a No J Mind Oats 1 JJ satisfactory t ly pretty ones of satin with gilt handles selection from the 11 Ho 1 21 may bo bought ready for decorating at tisement will bring animals tho adver WUKAT iu Loudon Tolo a reasonable price If a Wutteau group graph No 3 Long Berr UJ No 3 Red yl can bo copied from an old fan no pretJ3 No tier design can be found Cupid and It is easy to catch a cold and just as nUTWOWlRWrYrtOlOS RYE 7 Psycho groups of buttcrfllos or clusters easy to get rid of it if you commence 111 Daniel W Reynolds Wafaso wrttea No 3 Western 80 ir H of flowers ore appropriate early to use One Minute Cough Cure It Dr Former Frodonla N Yt ONIONS For nearly two years my little sob OroTOT cures conghr colds bronchitis pheu Per bsrrsl Old People 17533 OS aged about four suffered from Kldnoy and boon stuffed with lambs wool or cotton Old people who require medicine to monia and all throat and lung troubles BACON 4 Bladder disease Finally a gravel was forced batting and when finished it makes a regulate the bowels and kidneys will find It is pleasant to take safe to use and Into tbo urethra and remain D there Shoulders sides Clear rib very good pincushion Theso doll cush the true remedy in Electric Bitters This sure to euro Short Sc Haynes producing Clear side js ions wero introduced in New York at medicine does not stimulate and contains PtiSMiftf Kara hi I wow tho time of tho Ynlo Princoton football Rapid Change no whlsVey nor other intoxicant but and dropsical effusion I ref ue4 miMt to game but tlioy aro just as acccptablo at My hair raven When Duke of Alounioutu wns acts as a tonle and alterative It acts snowy whito turned from night black to a surgical operation fearfsg the result aa4 Hwcsted tho tlio icljrn of Christmas time in a siugle In Jmuea II for commencedglvlng your KltUey a4 stock mildly on the stomach and bowels add Â¬ Crimson for Harvard bluo for Yalo Thats nothing Iwcntintoa pawn Â¬ ache Cure moon bis dnrlioi ordered ovory oak yellow and black for Princeton brown ing strength and giving tone to the or brokers shop onco and stayed only 15 When one bottle bad bees tsJwo tba or la tle park to bo cut 011 tlio futofnl and white for Brown blue and white gins thereby aiding nature in the per- Â¬ minutes When I camo out my watch R ravel had become so far dlasolved hf K tswU BeMtttag Tbo now growth belonging passed out of IUran4 U aUMta wS for Colombia scnrlot and brown for St formance of tho functions Electric Bit had turned from gold to silver Lon Â¬ Mffl trou toay It MTeeVaaybw to Lord Etwry in ouo of tho finert for Lawrence carneliau uud whito for Cor ters is an excellent appetlzv and aids don Tit Bits Thto ful Cure show thelfeww erf k i Britain b1I any of theso colors combined to digestion Old people find it just exact Â¬ Hlmonrl nuikM Jtatt among the staU f nn article oaks tbo simplest kl CHARLES O MARTIN Ono Minute Cough Cure care- - qukklr 1st tha production of poultry uud Mooud trill pletsso a ycuug i wu takes ly what they need Price fifty cents and 1 00 per bottle at fchort Hay nes Drug Thats what you wast I Short k Hay PreorlpUon Pharmacist only to1 Ohio In tlw of gg prod pride lu his collego and tho appearance Stwe Nut door svovt Taya Co of nU room ClsrMrlf Tribes of the Gorman Suddenly B north nggrcssivo HAYNES For somo tlmo Sold by SHORT they wero held in check by tho stubborn resistance of tbo legions until finally 60 YEARS when tho restraining hand of Romo was EXPERIENCE withdrawn thoy spread all over west- Â¬ ern Europe in tho fourth and fifth cen Â¬ turies of our era Such aro tho well known historic facts Let us seo what archreology may add to them Tho first investigators of ancient burial grounds Tradc Marks in southern Germany unearthed two Debiqns distinct types of skulls Copyrights Ac Anyone sending a sketch and description may Tho round bended variety was quite alckir ascertain our opinion free whether an liko that of tho modern peasantry round- Â¬ Inrentlon Is probably PJtieniAOIO uimrauurat strictly confidential lianaoooxoni stents about Tho other dolichocephalic type tlons free Oldest agency for secorinajjai tents sent Patents taken throuih ilunn A strongly marked iptctal not la without charge in me Co recelro was less frequent but in places An additional feature of theso latter was noted nt once Thoy weekly clr wero genorally found in burial places A handsomely Illustrated journal largest S3 at any sctentlflo Terms of a peculiar kind An easterly sloping cnlatlon of months L Bold by all newsdealers four hill wns especially preferred on which fiUNNCo36Bl New York tho skeletons lay feet toward tho rising Branch Office CS I Bt Washington I U Â¬ sun probably n matter of religious importance Tho bodies wero also regu larly disposed in long rows sido by Are you frolng to take a trip Do you suffer from Headache sido n circumstanco which led Ecker to Severe KxhnuMlonf Acrroninfii Heaslek Vhr not jreret It all by ne or mlnij IVHIIMAMM term them Rcihcngrabcr or row graves Kit Help that headscbeS1KXTIIOI I9HIAL cure tust nerrouiness and seasickness by the ue of this Inhaler the treatef t Other arclnrolcgi6ts by a stndy of tho stimulant and preTentatlra known Wonderful reKeyer and Anthma OTJIVY persounl effects in tho graves succeeded lief In llsy 1NMAIKK and you will always W It in identifying theso people with tho It ro ual sell It DrersUU MaSheM By aikll SO eti SMSfbe SmI atbl fM tall blond Teutonic invaders from tbo cismii unto Co moults un v r Such graves aro found all north through Germany as fur north as Thu- ringia They bear witness that Toutonio AJAX TABLETS POSITIVELY CURE blood infiltrated through the whole pop- Â¬ Falling Mem jUZyrvou9 I m potency Hlecplettness ulation Professor W Z Riploy in ifZflI ory addn or outer xxt3mm eto7 eaaMd ana inair 07 n crettons They quUklu a tut surttu Popular Scienco Monthly restorttLotiVitalur in old or yoauffand a ma whooping cough and croup ftice Zc foe- - and ti n homo At au Antmriit nraout utmti nelnt of nrlce bT rtaMtV I X K E SlWrUi4 ItA lai fr LOUISVILLE iCY temeraUr tlie NUA1BER and NAA1E of oQice EAEDHTSBUEG a J H Hunsche QW F BEARp rreildeat WILL illLLKR Vloe Presldeat B BBBARD DRAHD MORRIS ESKR1DUK R M JOLLY Cashier jjjTOjra Scientific jntterkatn The TAILOR with Ilreetor Will be in Clover PAID 8H TIME DEPOSITS port on the 2d and 4th INTEREST Friday of every month Is your bentih Yonrlmpplnoss your siremtih YOUR FORTUNE Is Casper May Co IND CANNKLTON Keep the Itrnd nnd fhront clear and faealthy and Tourmlnnnnd hrtilntalisyntretnndeaee OVSIIaf ANS HMTIIOI IMIAIKK Is the Kreatt retlet to mankind In nil hend troubles so moke iivkcn T lKKir corati ntvful odor In Cntorrh dls 1hat Wmderfnl ofliar Kernrand It Astlima hrBCT ONIV OUSHMAN8 It II Bf DrntliU iH If n fmtu mil to tnl aiiS if nk inibi rrM CVS111J DKld CO Tiscsssas no u a u tiikoat It rl Â¬ DO YOU TRAVEL CUSII-IktA-N- HOW TO TRAVEL B Â¬ H C S W RY TI3B TBJ1jS Henderson Eoute LonisTilhi Henderson MADE ME A MAN itiu Trams leave Louisville as follows O S W BA1LWAY Cincinnati and the Hast St Louis and the West Si Louis Ry Co Time Card In Effect June 20 97 East Bound Lv St No 4 Â¬ JSTi No 4tNo 46 Lr 1 Jiulivll 8 lncinatl Ar Crlumbus Ar Pittsburg Ar Washington Ar Baltimore Ar Philadelphia Ar New York A No 2o 645am 1155am 1115am 555pm 895pm sjsam No 8 jam 16 it No lS 24Spm 605pm 05pm 650am 750am 15am 11 10 LIHE 11 Henderson SpnttsTflle Oweniboro Fvanstlile Haweivile jnat 715 738 818 65Ura 2 20pm 766tm 2 46 3 7 3 41 4 40 G65pm 2 45 tin 3 0 3 28 11 Brandenburg ArrLouisville I Imnzton Cloverport Stephensport 9 45 1017 0 9U 112 No 861 915 9 SI 451 41 1235pm 7 45 No 4 S03 622 603 621 400 460 610 62S 567 617 7 30 43 No 9 34 45 555pm Ar Boston 9 05pm Nraln No 16 has elegant Pullman Buffet Parlor Car to Cincinnati and Drawing room Sleeper and dining cars Cincinnati to Washington Baltimore Philadelphia and New York without change Tran No 18 has rligant Pulman Parlor Car to Cincinnati and Pullman Drawing room and dinleg cars Cincinnati to New York with nut change Train No ao has sleepers to Cincinnati open at 9 oclock to receive pastergets i3onn 3 orpm 1 2opm 3 40 pm 715am loam St Louis Springfield an the Wet Ar St Louis Lv Louisville 7 isam is3oun 8 40pm Ar Springfield 9 33am North Vernon accomodation leaves al 7 15 a m West Bound LouIsvMe Brandenburg Irr ington Stephensport Clovrrpoit Ilawesvllle Owensboro Snotlivl le llenderson EvanTille ArrSt Louts Lv No so 135am 7r0iro Oil 60pm 619 720 739 8T4 823 pm 062 1021 10 f 6 1068 1148 12 5 No 16 813am 64opm No 44 8sopm 6 43 jrhr lft 35 1135 1217pm 12 to 115 732 1010 10 40 905 947 1223am 115 720 daily Cnarlestown accommodation leaves at 3 30 p m except Suday Trains Nos 16 so and 44 have elegant day coaches Pullman parlor and sleeping cars to St Louis 9 TRAINS ARIIIVE From East 11 35 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ii A I trains rryi through Solid to ETansvllle Through parlor cars and Pullman seepers on all trains oetwetn Sk Lnois Uranvtlle and Louis- Â¬ ville Numbers Aland 42 connect at lrvtncton for Fordsville and liardinsburg daily except Sunday II C MORDUE A G 1 A Louisville Ky connecting L II St L RYi FojdsYllle Branch Â¬ lines sleeping parlor dining cars etc address US BROWN V Ticket Agent B District Pars O S Ry 4th and Main Louisville Ky or J M CHESSBROUGH General Pm engtr Agent Cincinnati Ohio G B WAITVKL Assistant General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio and taln streets Depot Seventh and river For dt tail Information recanting rntes time on 7 35 a m 1115 noon 640 oa m -- 7 J a in is 15 p ra fi 40 p m Prom West City Ticket office southeast comer Fourth am pm 3 TIME TABLE No 10 Â¬ Â¬ TAKING ex Sun ex Sun NoS No 1 EFFEOT MAY 30 1897 VVett Hound Trains Daily I Daily Â¬ Â¬ M 1140 1147 1165 12 10pm 12 25 1235 1265 ex Sun ex Sun No 2 No 1060am Lv Irvlngtoq Ar SoQsmr 25 Osrficld 8 00 II STATIONS East Bound Train Dally Dalit I Hsroed Junction liardinsburg Junction Kirk Glendeane Dempster 7jT 127 T 7 42 17 Jolly 7 02 660 Â¬ N-o-- o 120 145 1 K5 6 30 arFallsRoughlv Dempster Rocavale AsMns 620 60S threo-quar-tc- 65 2 05 2 15 2 SO 2 Ruth 510 6 25 Osks 610 Mitchell 6om AeKordevilleLv 6 00am H 5 44 6 38 Ii Safety Comfort d Line Packet Fast Mall Llae Between BTKAMXR8 EvansTills Louisville and Evansvilfe B G RAGON F M Louisville endcKonSt LcdIs RvCb Â¬ ItSavedmyBoy TIME SCHEDULE Taking Effect M 63Q oelck A U Snnday 2ro 4 Ryan Master Penny Master W A Bishop Parser TARASCON D L L T Coaser Purser Uaj 42 30f 1897 Tram lfl Bound Train Mall Sail Bound Exprs Dally Mail A TELL CITY R II Ballard Master W B Kewbell Pksk Bxprs Rxprs 410pm 7 30am o ua STATIONS P D Dally STAGGS 640 83 1 818 8 8 4i IvUnn Kentucky St ptar TW IBS 665 661 643 64 834 626 618 610 5 3 600 018 626 851 669 707 712 720 7 2t 727 2 mi til 3 61 1 o ii 60 842 869 907 9 81 Â¬ 92J Howard Yiuowuaie Hock Haven Long Branch Brandenburg Kkron Ouston Irvlngton Â¬ 3- 932 943 961 968 969 in 1025 Jdiburg Ssiiple Holt Pierce Webster 660 622 618 615 603 5 CO 6l3 Daily ezeept Saturday between LctslUe and Wew Amiterdam Freight shipped hj this IlWlrefe4 pVk er than by rail Trarelers will flad the Kstam are s pasted la eqalpsMt ad aisandattii The best eulhury are esJoed eeekswd ha menu Is equal to that of the beet hotels General oBoee 178 ad 178 4th Aree u 5 42 LonltTllle 6f4 Stephensport Addison Cloverport Shops Sklllman Falcon Lewlsport Waltman 6 30 DL 0 PENNY V 76 10 2 01 un William T P BP WWHITK Tm A DM 8 IS 112 Â¬ 827 833 tM 8 42 iiti 90 863 9 IS 921 926 932 0 43 1049 1068 1106 1114 1125 S6am 1146pra 1151 166 Ilawesvllle Pstrle Powers Pates Owensboro Msttlngly Worthlngton Heads Spottsvllle Hassett T 143 419 1 I01 3 383 396 320 813 63 org 202 217 Griffith SUnley aae 9 47pm V0t3U Wef TfH 2t9omr Hewdty TlStJJsif ir- iji - BBBHVAmBBarwaBwSflaftt laa awaaaa n aBwBBaaaaaar IB M p aaiiaii from Herduuturf aadKordsrlll iraoea A O A evHJe Ky eiV- i- atut -- H CTIODU jfZS i - Wiii Im ittimmmwwmmJ aWiJLiL- - Oit i m ki1 MteHAM yyr tririYiii jMi BdmUlIUQ NW A CLEAR HEAD goodditcstlon sound sleep a fine appetite and a ripe old age OtkbVHJOR JY yjVvv XK - - jjag Crrg Kdtrai ftved the live of two of my chil Â¬ dren when to all appearanco they were in the first Btago of consumption J W HUFFORD Farmington 1IALF SIZ0 BOTTLES soc An absolute cure for sick head- Â¬ ache dyspepsia malaria sour son Stamped linens for fancy work Sul stomach dizziness constipation Breckenridge News airt bilious fever piles torpid liver Plumfs a beautiful line at Miss Judith and all kindred diseases WKDKNRDAY DECEMBER 1 18ii Millers Mrs J D Brashear of Owecsboro is n in jocfssmpMt in the city Ribbons7endlcea variety Miss Judith Millers v Mr John Dean of Glendeanewas in i mflifr the city yesterday Slipper sales Sutlers S M Jenkins of Eddyvllle was In City Bakery The beat kraut tho city yesterday Nice line new puff ties at Vests Tube paints of all kinds and gold Overshoes ol all kinds Suzjrs gildings Sulzers Monarch white shirts at Vests Yliorn Noy 20 to the wife of Graham Celluloid for fancy work Sumts Pblk of Toblnsport a boy All colors in fancy dress braids at Fancy embroidery sills for making I la Knight City Bakery Crochet rings Suzers Spectacles Short Ilaynes Fresh candies City Bakery Send tho Nkws your Xmas ad This is gool hog killing weather The boats aro making good time It pays to buy lor cash Vests New millinery Miss Jullth Miller Cattle are getting scarce in the county Gib- Â¬ New pickles In bulk Gregory Jtistfl Mdrrleht Willi Our Advertisers Posted in alriiost every conceivable ncok and corner in the bounty and like Â¬ wise the adjoining counties can be seen the name of Sulssro They are recog nr d as tho bargain makers and any Â¬ thing front a needle to a thrashing-machin- e can bo had at their establishment As users of printers Ink there is no let up to them and their tuccess in the mercantile business Is attributed to the use of judicious advertising This year they have brought on an endless variety of holiday goods and extend a hearty welcome to all of their customers are some ofthe results of the use of Tutts Liver Pills A single dose will convince you of their wonderful effects and virtue Wasting in Children SCOTTS TO SULZERS STORE 25 MILES iri Mi mi YOU COULD Mf ilfl If A A Known Fact nnl UrnuiTinn i n - Vests A ft Oysters served in any style City Bakery See our line of mens warm gloves Sulzers The chalnless bicycle is now on the market Try us once on spectacles Short Ilaynes Miss Bessie Jarboo has returned from Bkillman Mr John Newbauer has chills and fevers We have spectacles to fit every body Ilaynes Short Crepo tissue paper for making christ mas presents Sulzers Tbosn firemen that have made a trip on the new engines Bay they are out of sight Mr and Mrs Nelson Jolly Jr of Mc- Quady were the gueBlB of Mr an7TMrs Thos Lewis last week St Louis The Louisville Henderson railway company have put on the work train employing nearly 60 men Jim Lynch has found cannel coal jn his farm located near Pellville An investigation will at once be maderytf Only 3 more suns left out of the lot of 25 when they are gone joa cant get one for double the price we ask Sulzsrs - Mrs C L Gofl and daughters Misses Nannie and Alma visited Mrs Sarah Gofl one day last week In the great cock main at Louisville last week Breckenridge county carried off the honors wining 13 out of 17 fights Time looks beautiful from tho face of a handsome watch or clock Call and see them at F N DHuyV Cloverport Ky When in town whether you wish to make a purchase or not dont fall to see the new millinery line at Miss Judith Christmas presents-i-Sulzc- rs Millers Mr Christ Jones of Irvington was the guest of Mins Stella Mullen Sunday Alf Taylor has been succeeded as postmaster at Itosetta by John glaton Mrs A B Sklllman is so much im- Â¬ proved that she is now able to sit up Misses Margaret and Bettie Bowmer visited friends in Hawesville last week The eye should not be neglected- get a pair of spectacles from Short Hayues Mrs JoBh Griffith of Owensboro is the guest of her sister Mrs Dr S S Watkins Mrs John Lydflan of Webster spent Sunday the guest of Mi and Mrs A S English Those beautiful childrenVtTrfTTin going rapldly Get Judith - S fiVnrJ The firm of William Vtst A Sons gained a reputation far and wldo for their promptness in all branches con- Â¬ nected with the mercantile business They have one of the largest store houses In Western Kentucky filled with goods from cjllar to the third flwr A few Knjght the photographer years ago the cash system was adopted Fresh randies at City Bakery which has proved most satisfactory to The city council meets next Monday them and to the buying public They Tobacco Is beginning to ccma in pret- Â¬ believe In advertising and give you ex Â¬ actly what they advertise When call ty lively James Couty of Sklllman was In ing on them please remind them that their ad was seen in the News town Monday RastusIIall of Webster was In town The enterprising and firm one day last week of Addison Dick who are constant ad- Â¬ Mr ChasBouftlr has moved over Mr vertisers In the Newb come to you this Hammans store week with untold bargains They have There Is talk of a new 0000 hotel be- Â¬ exactly what they advertise and would be pleased to have a portion of your pating erected in this city Conductor Jerry Tilford of tho branch ronage was in the city Sunday Since the establishment of the Fair Miss Ethel Oalze is visiting Mr and which has been under the management Mrs J W Pate at McQuady of Mr H O Cerf the success of the You will find the latest style millinery business has been beyond their expecta- Â¬ goods at Miss Judith Millers tions They are great advertisers and Your Christmas confectlonaries should give the Naws credit for part of theirsuc cess Goods are daily arriving The Unpurchased at the City Bakery system has been adopted fcornto tho wife of Clodie Carlile and all goods are marked in plain figures Dtanfleld Ky November 28th a fine When you call rnentlon the Nkws boy It will pay every body to try the Thero is not a better equipped jewelry Green Flag Bargain store at Hawesville store anywhere than F N DHuys He Ky has been doing business In this town for To all lovers of tea five cents buys twenty five years and has made a success Gib- - of it a package of fine tea at Grrgory When you make a purchase of him vou can relv udoii it as be dp last can be overcome In almost all cases by the use of Scotts Emulsion oi Cod Liver Oil and the Hypopfios phites of Lime and Soda While It is a scientific fact that cod liver oil is the most digestible oil in ex Â¬ hayo istence in Hundreds of our Customer who live by the roadside i I Tutts Liver Pills EMULSION it is not only palatable but it is already digested and made ready for immediate absorption by the system It is also combined with the hypophosphites which supply a food not only for jyTTRk the tissues of the body but for the bones and nerves and will build up the child when its ordinary food ft j does not supply proper r- - m 11 - - t j i WILL TELL YOU That they make it a point to go to our store when they come to town It pays them it will pay you In our nourishment gtt SCOTTS Emulilon 5 that th nun and Gin rt on tht wrippcr Alt drugglitsi yx and 100 BOWNE ChemUti Nw York SCOTT Be tur i TOU bargains in order to make more room for a better HOLIDAY DISPLAY we are offering some splendid CLOTHING DEPARTMENT Â¬ ESSENTIAL Sffig DRIVING A WARM LAP BOTH ROBE Fur and Plush 4LL COLORS During the Holiday season we are very much crowded Come in now let us quote you some prices on Clothing prices that will tickle you Onlv Miss Mamie DeHaven has returned DHuys from a most phosaut visit to friends at Hawesville A dollars worth of biauly and useful- Â¬ ness for o very dollar of price at F N Millers The platinum process in picture tak ing is proving a wonderful success Have you seen tbcs3 lately finished by Knight There is no cause for anyone golrg elsewhere to have their pictures taen when Knight is turnirg out such excel lent work It is given up that Louis V Moorman has the best game cocks in Breckenridge county They stood the test in Louis ville last week Misses Mabel Whitehead and Annt Dhonau who are teaching school in Tobinsport spent Saturday and Sunday with friends here You cant hardly think of a mosj do elriable present to give a relative or friend a dozm pictures of yourself Knight does the work Mrs L Bennett and Mrs Sarah Goff altera most delightful visit to their Bfilce MrsTJ T Taber of Hawesville returned home Tuesday morning Misses Ada Henderson Mary and Nellie Bandy went to Louisville Thanks Â¬ giving They were accompanied by their fathers Gump Henderson and Green Bandy This time last year patrldgs rabbits squirrels and game of all kinds were plentiful at the market but this year It is tberoverse There seems to be very few coming into market A The stores will continue to keep open at nigita untilthe first of January begin ning to night Uave you seen those pretty stock tip- Â¬ ped ladles shoes at Vests Yes Pretty shoes for 2 50 Oar goods are our signs and the signs are inside our store F N DHuy Cloverport Ky Cloaks cloaks still they go more values for the money than you oyer saw before Suzers Your table should be supplied with fresh fruit to get em you must go to the City Bakery Mr Everett Geary who has been with his mother for a while has returned to Grand Rapids Mich It would be hard to estimate the number of turkeys that came to this town on Thanksgiving Your purse will need no tonic if you buy your holiday goods from F N DHuy this year Mr Wallace Sklllman who has been visiting his parents of Hardinsburg returned home Saturday Eugane Vest went to Louisville yester Â¬ day to get now ideas for the Christmas decoration of his store Mrs John Burks and children are in Louisville the gueetu of Mrs George Fetter and Mrs Barrett Walter May of Louisville came down to spend Thanksgiving with his parents Mr and Mrs Charles May Sr One 512 00 gun and two 15 00 guns left they were 18 00 and 22 50 guns your last chance for a bargain Suzers O O Brewor engineer off of the Nor- Â¬ folk and Western railroad has accepted a similar position with the Texas road Mrs E A Ktssam and son James Edward have returned from Union Star Mr John Ualloway and wile are visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Wm Galloway Chas W Moorman and Fred W Fraize attended the dance in Hawesville last Friday night Do you like homlnj If so go to Gregory Gibson and get a can of old fashion lye hominy All well dressed headsthat 1b feminine heads are dressed from Miss Judith Milters millinery store Mr Sam Bruner who has been die- ameu ior sometime witn a broken arm is now able to be at work Every lady should have a new hat trimmed in the latest style and colors for Christmas Judith Miller Those who desire the more stylish head wear should go to the most stylish millinery Miss Judith Miller as ii 1 mention n nnPlll17f represomeur mwi trie inbws iaMMwell V SIT WJ r SULZERS a Mnrft Guns n Mflflt wv flnn iwvvvvvvwvvvvvivivwyvvvviwvwivw ifrrfmb mi - ww when in his establishment We also carry a full stock of groceries in connection with our big stock of dry goods clothing boots shoes hats and caps We insure every body bijrgest bargains ever offered before Try once the Green Flrg store you will never want to trade at any other place Baker Bros Hawesville Ky The Beason or macaroni and cheese Is here The best goods to prepare ths dish are at Giegory Gibsons Tit fo VM re o NOW DEAR GEORl Dont try to make me believe that any other house outside of OASTORIA T r ticutut it il mill THE FAIR ONE-PRICE-STO- i 4 x WANTS VayVfV4VVyV FOB REN r Three nice bed rooma on aecond A A I EKRON TTIOR SALE JC timothy hay O O aIIeist tXV JH sjl Squire Riley Dowell accompanied by his daughters Mrs Horace Snyder Mrs Glen Hardaway and Mr Horace Snyder came down from Irvington Sunday to visit his daughter Mrs J 0 Galloway Mr Allen Tucker enjoys night hunt Â¬ ing better than any other percon in this section of the county lie went out four successive nights last week and sunlit six coons aud two possums The eeM weighed from 12 to 14 pounds Mr John L Allen of Loretts Ky Use iaveeted a contrivance to prevent MtMfoad collisions He Is a brother of Mr W 0 Alien agent for the Louisville U4miMMBt Louis railroad In this jtty Tn ladlcfttioM are favorable for to be isuccessful with it yfsMiwCar Hall a lovely young wc- W years and aalster of Mrs W W fflllbiBMi of Henderson died very miUmliy Ut Friday at the home of her state She bexl Miay friends at Irving fibred to learn fcrkmriaJ teawJwMsbfoMMdyvllyed of her death who wera Hor re- taken to Louisville Saturday J lawyer and Tow Moviiaoa were out ditsa baaUas ywtordAy aveaiag juhT UUaa a baaattM uUoa enm It fHWad six fft from Up to tip ao4 laebes a hIhL Tttey will IMaWat It to Mr Charles Titf ha Uxl- wra far aMMaatiat b The popular colors in the new brahed cloth capes are green and plum Mitchell Modiste They can be seen at Vests It is reported that Miss Mary Holt daughter of Mr and Mrs Wash Holt of Holts Bottom is dangerously ill at 01arkavilleTenn Miss Eleanor Hendricks the fascinat ing daughter of Mr and Mrs Calvin Hondrickp of Long Branch is with Miss Nannio Brashear The Green Flag store at Hawesville Ky has started for business Our goods will suit every body and our prices will suit these hard times Baker Bros CHRISTMAS PRESENTS Mr A M Tate who has been in the Tll i Btfla thinking about your pur employe of the Texas has accepted a chases of Xmas presents If it be Jew- Â¬ position as ergneer with the Cincinnati elry I want to be the Jeweler who comes Southern railroad He has made many into your salad first friends here who regret his leaving Why Nit Itljf or at least sekct the pres- Mrs Dr W Welch after a saost enjoj- eats bow before the busy time cota- able visit to her childhood hews saeoces Make a small pay meat aad returned to her borne ta Mt Veraoa we will keep the goods for you until Ind last Wednesday aucoaapaaled as you want them far as Hawesville by her sisters Mrs L Bennett and Mrs Sarah Goff SMN SHfMllHS of ewofibl articles The following members of societys By lookis at our stoc CLOCKS four hundred of Hawesvilletook Thankr yeu eaa easily figure out a sqvlsg of horn glving luncheon with Misses Margaret 11 2 and Bettie Bowmer Misses Lucito Gold aad gold ttled WATCHES Sterett Anna Heaaen aud Mayue Due for bs adl mw Vie4teH William Overby J J can Messrs S1LVKKWAKR in Hennln and Simma Thomas variety lor This being the first week la Decern all Bseds ad aUels useful are always bar it is only three weeks aad fear days appreciated From aow oa the until Christmas RINGS All kiads all pises Xa readers ef the Naws will la the best titer store has aearly as asaay styles or form be told where they ran buy their Pfioes boMday yooik motl profitable Kaad a NEEDLESS TO ENUMKRATKrmm oftasad elosely aad daekh foryoar Yoa kaow oar IhuUim aad kaow waat self We assura you that youll 1m treat Â¬ good Jewelers have la stock Were of ed iquaraly when trading with Uim the sood kind aad have yrytblag advartiasjn the Ns II yon do that not know It to advertiser is where the PricM rght gn atMt bargain forth bast atoaoy is F K SHUT always ajbtawad 100 tons fintclati AUdreaa U DADDISON Addiaon Ky Stitb spent Sunday at Guston J R Dowell spent Thanksgiving with r ANTED To sell a good farm well Improy Vl ed and under good atate of cultivation Con friends at Elisabethtown venlrnt to railroad For further particular addrc as II care thia office Chas Reidel and son of Louisville were guests at Ike O wings last week Apple Trees Fred Bush station agent at Guston TJIOIt SALE 15000 three and f ur year old was in town Saturday evening for a short P number one Ben Davia apple treea The price la I j per 100 caih at the Highland Nursery nr deÂ¬ time livered In Cloverport W S ASIIbY W J Snacklett went to Irvington Saturday to attend the Teachers Associ- Â¬ Strayed or Stolen ation From my farm near Piaarah chi rch one Jcraey color between black and red Left hind T M Warflold arrived Satnrda nlsbt he iterwith black foot apot in iplit of 10 epunu sometime witn nia unci Mr reward will be given for her return hoof A libeial to me Forrcat Campbell D It Shacklett Albert Richardson and sister Miss Strayed or Stolen Eva Bpent Thanksgiving day at Louis- Â¬ From my farm at Planei Hall Ky one back ville with friends and white apotted Hmuey cow four yeara od and giving milk Marked underbit in the nht car and J T Collins and Tom Halston are the crop and underbit In left ear Cow had oa r pe boss fox hunt rs in this part of the halter when ale dlaappeared Liberal reward will be Riven ior information or her return to me at country just ax urn about it rianteri HallKy vV R Moorman Blant Shacklett who has been very sick with typhoid fover is improving Strayed or Stolen His wife is very ill with the same fever H W Adkisson and Lou Neafns ship- Â¬ From my farm at Ruraa Ky one ateer two yean iorned when home nio pounae ped their crops of tobacco last Saturday oia wcigmog nearly white marked half crop off were larec to the Growers Warehouse and will sell right ear awallow fork and under bit in left ear One muly heifer two yeariold nearly red weigh Â¬ this week ing 700 pounda marked awallow folk In right er G T Bali am and John Edmonds under half crop in left ear Liberal reward will be given for jformaiion or tneir return to me at went to Louisville Monday to sell their iiuraa ny Dr Uei Harned tobacco they had shipped to the Growers house Strayed Miss Viola Potter who has been the From my farm near Kirk about the 10 of Septem guest of her cousin Mrs B B Shacklett ber laat one cow and a ateer Cow red dehorned hipped and other relatives left for her home at awallow fork and underbit in right tutand wide Steer red and whlta apotted whit face Sacramento McLean county last Thurs Â¬ horna two yeara old Any information will be rewarded day Lon Jaibox Kiik Ky The following gentelmen were in Louisville last week from Ekron and Notice vicinity 8 R Fryraire J A Wimp agalnat the WK Brown P 6 Richardson J 6 R All paraona having claimswill pieaent eatate of T Caihman deceaacd the aame Shacklett and II D Brown properly proven to me on or before January ill Â¬ clover and Can or will give us as much for our money as they will for I have been shopping amongst them all and I find that THE m-FAIR is the only and best place to save SOl money Just look at the annexed items and be fully convinced that my assertions are correct te CAPES At At 1 9 QXO they wl 8il1 vou a good Cloth Cape tbat a wortn 2 00 0i8ewliere olTtrinir a rRoiilar ble Cane with fur down front Ladies Misses Chi- Â¬ ldrens Knit Under Dou cape ryjr thev are aud on storm collar 300 Cape back At wear You can buy a Ladies Heavy Pierced lined Vest or Pants in sliver crav and ecru fin ished with silk ribbon and pearlbuttons worth 15 cents everywhere J9 QQ wlthatfO in Black Dlue At At some you can buy a regular CM pinid and vel vet inlaid and Green 3UU 25c P to Ql ft fift tPy are showing perfect 3AtfUtJ Rera8 In Astrakhaus and Plush Capes t ity prices 50 to 15 OO K peJfJU BP1 For the Children they have a splendid Vest or Pants ranging in elz s fnm 14 to 34 with prices beginning at I fln per earmenr and increasing in price according -- 1 Mens and Boys ng1 Did you sod that CJK mado and trimmed Clothi- Â¬ Mens Furnishings 48 li wortn fullJ From An extra heavy fl ece-lined cents ribbed Shirt or Drawer at te fif suit for men that is well and worth fully 750 toQ They have Bojs Suits ranging in price from TfKn j KC that no other house can duplicate per garment they bavo some LU VOL extra fine all wool under wear In silver gray tan and scarlet that sell In the city for more money Ifln 180S All peraona knowing ihemeelvea Indebted to the eatate of R T Caihma- - deceaaed Union Star will come forward and actile C K CAS1IMAN Admin LADIES S4 50 SHOES Blankets and Comforts forAnWnet None better to be had anywhere Notice 1ST All peraona having cama ngtiaat the eatate of J f erry oeceaaea win preacnt tne aame irly proven to me oner btfore January jib In that line thev have a masnificent line ranging In prices UUnioratui Hi 1 article CJ rut ior a reg- from tUU good IPAtWW to PteW ular 8100 A of lho lateBt BtyIea and fliaPes 398 froSOc 265 i AllD raonaknowina themaclrca Indebted to the estate of Frank J Ierry deceaied will come lor wi d and aettle Fnmk C Ferry Admr ii aodSL lleadcraon Ky We will on Dec ao Ulng County Court day let to the loweat and beat Didder a contract to build a bidgeacroaa Sinking creek at the croaalng of the new Cuater and KoattU read Length length between the abuimenta o fet hegth fl the abutment above bed of creak 15 feet I capacity aotona Btda received 00 thia atructure ol both wood and aterl Abutment to bo of atone bedded in cement Sealed bide R N Mulrr O W Beard Wm AM On the aame dav and at the aame olace we will let to the loweat and beat bidder a contract to build a bridge acroea the Tar Fork at Ilagah church Length of apan 4 feet t width of roadway life 1 1 ao to n a Bide to be made on both capacity wood ana Keiaouimenr tope iw in cement Cow K Wm Ahl O WHeard XetiM t Oestraetors TOYS TOYS Ready for Inspection V ONE-PRICE-STORE get Oa the aawedWy aud at tho mum slice I will let to the leweet and beet bidder a contract to build a WrMe acroee Daakle creek at Gleudeane jlaskeei fet andaa pacity teat LeaftkeKfMaa fwt naioMiy aw Wdaoati wTtkeaecaxreia wl be received ajittalile oaock oa Uaa above eeatiuaJ uay Klajkl laarvad to mrjecl aay ar all btda kelgai of ebuUMntef wldthof roadwav la fteft ca laa akelaaaela to be built or dry kid to be laade eat both wood ana til Giois Mvkaa Ii Plain Figures CLOVERPORT KY as a aanier BRLBlOKKRIXGA NEWS OliQVfMtPOIlT KY H IE OeverRMMitt Guaranteed Currency Fran tho New York Sun In all the schemes proposed for v ADVICE TO THE li r t I called currency reform by the substi Â¬ tution ot bank notes for notes issued by the Government one thing Islobeervnble they all provldo that the bank notes shall bo guaranteed by tho Government and redeemed fay it cither in the first instance or alter failure to redeem them by the banks Tho most modest of theso schemes asks only for an amendment of tho Na Â¬ tional Bank act by which the banks shall be permitted to Issue notes to tho amount of 100 per cent Instead of 00 per cent as now ot the face value of the Government bonds deposited as in security for them but still leaving them guaranteed first by the Governments to obligation to pay the bonds and If that shall prove Inaufllcienf owing to a decline in the market value of the bond then by the direct undertaking ot the Gov- Â¬ ernment to pay the noUs as provided In section 108 of he Dank act Secretary Gages scheme provides that the banks may issue notes secured by MACKINTOSHES MILLINERY CLOAKS SACKS CAPES Government bonds to the amount of 50 We havo a large and complete Something nice for Men at per cont ot thoir capitals and 25 per Prom 1 25 to 1500 and lino of Ladles Walking Hats cent more secured only by tha banks to 900 250 not a one but what is own assets and he would extend the Ladies Sailor Hats LadieB Something nice for Ladies at guarantee of payment by the Govern- Â¬ worth double what we ask Trimmed Hats from 76c up 76o to 1500 Wonh double ment to all circulating notes of tho banks Â¬ you for Also Misses Children and Dont buy unanywhere else whether leaned against doposited security Babies Hats and Caps You Salt 90c barrel Arbuckle Coffee til you have seen our line or sgatnst assets can not help but be astonished Now comes Mr John O Bullitt ot 10c A No 1 article of green It will pay you and pay Philadelphia and goes a step further at the low prices we make you coffee something nice for 10c you well for the trouble tharj Secretary Gage He would permit on this line per pound the banks to issue notes to the extent of one and one third of their capitals depositing as security for them 15 per cent in gold in the Treasury and 15 per cent in gold In their own vaults and the Government should agreo to redeem these notes in gold after default by the bank issuing thorn Thuf throughout all thoproposed re- Â¬ form runs the idea that the currency which is to take the place of that issued directly by the Government shall nevertheless be guaranteed by the Gov Â¬ ernment and virtually be a Govern- Â¬ GARFIELD GUSTON A HEALTHY WOMAN Breckenridge News ment obligation To effect this roform A perfectly Mr Gage proposes tppay yieiJbJuiks 211 oulsville Is visit Â¬ Miss Flora LoeH Mr Tom Gregory killed hogs this UcoltL zuvuuvuuu rtOUiaU per cent per annum upon WEDNESDAY DECEMBER J 1897 ing heraior nt this Paco- week is a rare eight of Government bonds and Mr Bullitt Miss Lucy H Hitchcock lecturer de Â¬ other remedies Paines celery com- Â¬ Shumate Lampkin are now running 6t JK r Such a woman is proposes to pay somebody 3 ptr cent on partment of physical culture Womans pound Is best known from the mouth of Riv J 0 Crabtree is very ill at tbV PELLVILLE a new grist mill in our town men and women whom It has made well always beautiful writing r 800000000 more or less as may be Christian Temperance Union Vermont home they are In every city town and village Jim Osbornes cottage is nearing com- Â¬ health brings necessary to carry out Lis plan The wrote on May tho 10 lost Jed Uev II 0 Trums pletion and is a little beauty too clear complexion plain citizen will naturally conclude that It affords me pleasure to add my tes-Â¬ in the country Mike Stephen the new sherifl will Monday No one can pass the newspaper bulle Â¬ clear eye steady if the Government is to assume the risk timony with others regarding the healmove to Hawesville soon Miss Mary 0 Lewis of tirandenbursr ir Kyler the organ agent was here nerve elastic of loss on the paper currency of the na- Â¬ ing effects of Paines celery Compound tins without being romindod by how is still with her cousin Miss Eva Carri V M Moseley went tr vtfk Inst Saturday slight a thread the best of men hold on step and grac- Â¬ tion it may as well take tho profits of upon an exhausted nervous system Thureday to visit o1- - rVCB gin A protracted meeting began at Ephe Aug 12 1897 she wrote As a rule I to life The slight ups and downs In eful movements its issue also It is as easy to provide for of the tobacco bus Sunday Ah0ftS3Mjnpercent Mrs Haygood and little son Walter A healthy woman is a woman with the redemption of its own notes as it is do not endorse medicine but I believe health from which people recover make nere has been sold at fair prices Hev II 0 Truman visited at Irving of Vine Grove are visiting the Munford healthy mucous membranes The mu- Â¬ for the redemption of the notes of the Paines celery compound to be a diOVront them forget that there is a limit to the Miss Katie Templo visited Mirs Lilly ton tliis week family cous membranes line the whole body banks and certainly tho saving of in Â¬ order from the ordinary medicine Facts bodys elasticity and endurance Tho Ieibovilz in Hawesville last week Miss Ellen Munford has just returned every organ J09 Moredock was visitirg friends at cannot be disputed I bavo derived so habitually exhansUd nervous system at in the body The slightest terest on from 200000000 to 800000 Bion Moseley and R S Helm went to Clifton Sunday home from a visit to friends and relatives catarrh of one of these much benefit from the compound that I last loses its power of recovery and offers membranes pro- Â¬ 000 of bonds is not to be despised Owensboro on business last week in Louisville duces languor sallow skin listless eye Amon Knchloe of Hardinsburg was am glad to heartily recommend it hoping no resistance to disease The wheat crop is better than was here Saturday The Rov Duvall preaclud a splendid weakening discharges NOT ALWAYS UNDERSTOOD others similarly till cted may be relieved Mrs Prevent dlseaseIs the watchword of Alvina ever known at this season of the year sermon to a hvg audience on the third Hanenkrat Kibb Falls Wis in a recent Any medicine that will relieve suffering the best medical thought of tq day L T Myer tho shoo drummer was in A fact often overlooked or not always Sunday at Sandy Hill letter to Dr Hartman says Protracted met ting began here Satur- Â¬ town this week Careful men and women do not wait un Â¬ I was understood is that women sutler as much humanity is a blessing to the world day conducted by Kay J D Hocker of Miss Clara Loeb of Vine Grove troubled for ten years with chronic til thoy are flit on their backs as people A blessidgto tho world I Cnpt Matt Fulliam insurance Agent from distressing kidney and bladder Ohio county for about eight Paines celery compound has been once did The more intelligent part of returned home last week after an ex catarrh I used was hero Saturday troubles as the men The womb is sit- Â¬ proven to be the one great remedy that eyery community has found out the in- Â¬ tended visit to her sistor Mrs SIg Loeb months aud I must say I am perfectly uated back of and very close On account of the light crop of corn to the Tom Moredock of Clifton was here It will be two bladder and for that reason any distress really makes peope well This estima Â¬ estimable benefit to be derived from sixty per cent of the farmers will depend The wheat fields look vigorous and if cured of the disease on businets Monday on buying their meat nothing happens in the future to pre- Â¬ years next June since I waa cured and I disease or inconvenience manifested in ble woman whose Christian woik is Paines celery compound when one is Tiie stockholders of the telephone vent we will surely have a splendid have not been troubled with any of my the kidneyp back bladder or urinary earnestly directed toward the betterment wornout nerve tired and out of aorta Horace Lyons moved from our town line met here Saturday old symptoms of others and whose eminence in the The little ills tho beginning of neural yield next season to Daviess county Monday of last week paesage is often by miatakp attributed Dr Hartmans latest book on chronic W O T U makes tier advice of great ga and rheumatism the allgsne and The farmers have good tobacco and and moved back the day following Say Will some one pleaso tell me to female weaknesn or womb trouble of will bo sent free to any address are expecting a fair price value plainly indorses Paines celery tired feelings show the immediate need where the tramps have all been for the catarrh some sort We still have five empty storehouses for a short time by the ot purifying the blood and refreshing the Drug A number from this place attended past six months -I live right on the The error is easily made and may be as compound here inviting some enterprising mer Â¬ Co Columbus 0 The amount of poor health on every nerves The direct and energetic way rail road and I havnt seen a dczon Mfg easily avoided by setting urine aeido for chant or two to come and make a for- Â¬ the burial at Ephesus Tuesday Ask your druggist for a free Poru ca twenty four hours a sediment or settling hand is something shocking to everyone Paines celery compound overcomes sick Quite a number from Harned attend- Â¬ tramps this fall tune Almanac for 1608 who stops to think Hundreds of men and nervous headaches dyspepsia and is evidence that your kidneys and blad- Â¬ The Hon Gus W Richardson seems Dr Henry Rasbam of Curdsville and ed church hero last Sunday and women in every neighborhood are heart troubles as it does all other ner der need doctoring If you have pain or Tebe Bandy and family of Irvington assured of Ids position under Mr Shack- Â¬ Jut Ilia Throat Dr Delas Haynep of Owensboro were to day carrying about with them need- Â¬ vous disorders has compelled the admir Â¬ WonCKSTEit Aiaits elford and we think Gus ought to have os 2j Onarioi dull aching In tho back pass water too less loads of ailments here recently repairing teeth This ap atteuJed church here Sunday that a thorough ation of the medical woild from the start O McCloud frequently or scanty supply with smart Â¬ a manufacturer pears to be a Klondike for the dentists Hev Buchanan preached at Pleasant it for he worked like a trooper for refreshing of their nerves a purifying of rheumatlsmN neuralgia Headaches known all over tho country died at the ing or burning these ars also convinc- Â¬ Shackelfords election as they always go away loaded down Grove church Sunday night city hospital last night from a self ln ing proofs of kidney trouble If you their blood more sleep and more n gu lifeless feelings and debility cannot per Â¬ Died at 11 oclock p m on the 23rd flicted with money It jv Tinis Crabtree of Morgantown wound He cut his throat Fri have doctored without benefit try Dr larity in the bodily functions would com- Â¬ sist when intelligently met aud corrected inst Mr Richard B Childs one of our day night with suicidal intent is with his father Rev J 0 Crabtree Thieves have been getting iu their Kilmers Swamp Itootthe great kidnoy pletely do away with Paines celery by this greatest of nerve and brain most honorable and highly respected compound will do all this for sick and Btrengthenera No remedy ever kept work near here to tho extent of taking Mrs Emma Bell aud husband of near citizens He had been comnlaininc for It is not a rtmedy put up by any Tom remedy The mild aud the extraordi- Â¬ ailing men aud women fat hog from the pun and butchering Hardinsburg visited her mother this the confidence ot so large a body of in Â¬ nary effect will surprise j ou It stands several dajs but was only confined to Dick or Harry it is compounded by ex- Â¬ A hear say reputation may do for quiring men and women them Last Sunday they visited the week Try it his bed four days Tho cause of his pert pharmacists Ely Bros offer a 10 the highest for its wonderful cures If houses of Ailisun Haynes and Pate 0 S Board and Robt Weatherford of death was heart failure superinduced cent trial sza Ask your druggist Full you take a medicine you Bhoulil take the Taylor while their families were at Harned went to Louisville Saturday on size Cream Balm 50 cents We mail it best At druggists fifty cents and one by la grippe 5xi church and purloined two pistols a business ELY BROS 60 Warren St N Y City dollar You may have a sample bottle He was born in Meado county May watch and several handkerchiefs Since 1801 1 have been a great sufferer and pamphlet both sent free by mall Mr Forest Haynes of Harned passed 12 1822 Mr Childs was loved by all The one thing talked about hero the through town Saturday enroute to see who knew him for he was ready and from catarrh I tried Elys Cream Balm Mention The Bbeckenbidob Naws and Co send your address to Dr Kilmer least is the late election It is conceded his best girl willing at all times to accommodate and and to all appearances am cured Terri- Â¬ BingUamton N Y The proprietors of that it was kind of a dog fall The all who asked him And it waa in ble headaches from which I bad long thiapaper guarantee the genuineness of Mr French and Mies Shaw of Walnut help can- Â¬ Bbkcksnhidoe News is the only paper Grove were the guests of the Misses the interest of others that he contracted suffered are gone W J Hitchcock this offer we have read which had nothing to Campton the severe cold that caused his death latoMayor U S Vol and A A fien Sunday Student Crockett Die a Suicide protec- Â¬ take hack after tho election from the Buffalo N Y NicnoLASVirLE Ky Nor 87 Hows Major Morris came down Monday and He being one of the commissioners to i fact it never spoke disrespectful of any Â¬ divide the estate of John 0 Anderson Crockett tho young medical student i paid olTtlie hands The Asphalt mine THE MARKETS one during tho canvass an example deceased and while following the sur- Â¬ who shot himself in the head four will close for this season hand-sewe- d of some of our little one horeo papers weeks ago over an alleged love affair i veying crew through the cold winds and Review of the Oraln and Llrettock Mar Jessie Hoskenson and Miss Fannie over the damp ground he died last nipht from the effects of the kets For Noreruber 29 should try to emulate contracted wound H6 was the eldest son of Dr Penich of Custer were the guests of this od He joined the Cincinnati Tabaooo Market Hill Grove Miss Mattie Johnson Sunday Hhds H h Crockett of Wilmore Baptist church about thirty seven years Offerings 1876 Mrs F M Board and J II Moredock ago and was baptized by the Rsv Geo THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE Kejectlons 439 018 attended tho wedding of Miss Lula Hicks who was pastor of that church at Actual gules lSOo Jordan and Mr W Board last Tuesday that time He leaves a widow and four Receipts The price on tho offerings ranged as fol- Lung Troubles and CoMttmptlon Can be i 14 187 43 lows 151U 75 f2033 Mrs Strother and daughter Mis 55jll children to mourn his loss and they Cured 73 8g9 05 iW flOOU 75 225 of Dig Spring called to see Miss Nannie herein express their gratitude and UI3 f3C37 OS 137 f 135 OS 119 13 OS is 9 05 per An Eminent New Yerk Chemist and Solen The 1876 hhds offerod averaged Board on their way home from Glen appreciation for the many klndnefsea 100 lbs 70 2601 tlet Makes a Free Offer to Our shown Mr Childs by his many friends previousagainst t9 for 40 forhhds for the deanelast WPek 1787 hhds week and 5 You Readers the conesponding week In 1600 Mits Flora Smith and Miss Blanche during his last illness visit-Mrs Laura H Mms of Dawson Ga rittsburgr Clajcomb of HardlnBburg were the Tho distinguished New brk chemist For Hoarseness says A small pimple i a strawberry Cattle Prime t S03I SO falrrU 00 guests of Mrs Mamie Gregory from color appeared on my cheek it soon t 60 bulls stiiRS and cows fa 0093 65 T A Slocum demonstrating his discovBenj Ingerson of Huttou Ind rays GEO YEAKEL CO Ky Hogs began to grow rapiijly notwithstand Â¬ Friday till Sunday Prime light 603 05 heavy ery of a tellable and absolute cure for he hid not spoken above a whisper for I fiu33 55 rough t3 8633 5 8hecp ing all efforts to check it Mv The remains of Lev is Weatherford of months and one bottle of Foleys Honey Choice fl 6034 76 fair tJ 6023 75 com Consumption pulmonary Tuberculosis DCSSKSgHSKlHiiijiiiigKj eye became teriibly oesaeese 5 6041 mon VI 763 29 oholee lambs and all bronchial throat lung and inflamed aud was so Illinois was shipped to his home at and Tar restored his voice It is used I 70 veal calves M 60g7 00 cheat diseases stubborn coughs catarrhal swollen thatforqnlte Harned on last Tuesdays train He was very largely by speakers and singers Gems of tUo Apostles Cincinnati Stevenson and HU a while I could not a promising young man and the many A R Fishers Oloverport It A Shell Corn 260370 Cat- affections general decline and wraknefs Wheat 0JO04KO see The doctors One would think tho 12 apostles wcro Alison Cunningham Robert Leais tle Selectwl butchers 14 40O4 60 fair to loss of flesh and all conditions ot wast Â¬ rich gentlemen judging by friends of the bereaved family sympa man Stephensport said I had Cancer of Gordon Haynes tho freedom Stovonsons old nurse was much Beloved v 3 00 3 003 a 76 common medium ing away will send FREE BOT Â¬ the most maliguant thy with them in the death of their Patesville E A Witt Hardinsburg JsJWTsW i 76 Hogs Selected and prime butchers TLES all different THREE New Discov Â¬ with which tho anoicuts assigned them by kirn and he sent her a oepy of eaek type and after ex- - darlirg boy who died so far away from of his 3503 45 t 45 3 0 packing 380 Sheep common tho way of his books hansting their efforts home j am eries to any aflllcted reader of the Bcbck emblems in the Rock of precious stones oa the fly leaf with his ows lseriptieti and rough f3 8UQ3 Suviil liv 1I10 Iir hi lug Crew Thus Peter was represented by Geuorally the iuseriptiesi 4 50 lambs 13 6085 60 wan out doing me xNRiDdK News writing for them it -i the hard jasper Andrew was given the is just a lino or two Alison Owning Atlantic City N J Nov 29 Tho anv food tliev cave lluflfalo His New Scientific Treatment has blue sapphiro as tho emblem of heaven twomuitei ehooner Henry Fiuch of up the case as hopeess ham from hor boy or from her lad 9100 Reward 100 When in Cattle Choice to prime S4 1691 83 New York stranded juat before mid formed that my father had died from die Bartholomew tho martyr But ono of the volamee CCK21 00 common US 162 cured thousands permanently by its ly faith fair to Rood An In Â¬ The readers of this paper will be pleased night lui niidit a short distance below 6 75 Hogs Yorkers f0 6003 65 mixed timely use and he considers it a simple was assigned tho blood red carnolian the same disease they said I must die land Voyago 1878 contains the lei to learn that there is at least one dread- Â¬ Barnegal as hereditary Cancer was incurable packers 3 033 40 common 13 0003 25 duty to suffering humanity James tho nffoctlonato tho whito dial lowing Her portion was a danger At this crisis I was advised to try ed disease that science has been able to ons one and Captain Gaskili and tha sheep Prime J 6585 65 oulls to torn Srofesslonal trial of his infallible cure cedon and tho goutle loving John tha Mv DkaH CUNNIKQ W you had set i SSS and in a short while the Cancer cure in all its stages and that Is Catarrh life saving crow toon had the lifeboat inon II 6505 24 lambs 45 035 0 Science daily develops new wonders emerald With tho samo view to fitness wun an vna yean aw Cliloago begnn to discharge and continued to do afloat and after tome hard work uo and this great chemist patiently experi- Â¬ James tho younger was aaiguod tho touch iruuuie llttla m would portra fcM childhood thin book 13 1633 60 llogs- - Selected butchers 6o for three months then it began to Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive ceeded tu getting the ihipwresked crew menting for years has produced results topaz Leon written Many a kg Blgbt you cat as and the enthusiastic and enorgot with mo when I waa 111 I wlh I could mixed 3 85283 60 Cattle Native steers as beneficial to humanity as can be heal I cou tinned the medicine a while cure known to the medical fraternity uhore hove 3 0635 40 most sales 4 6035 10 oowi claimed io Matthew the amothyst while tha by way of return to awaso a aJugle ermOacv Jonger until the Cancer disappared en Catarrh being a constitutional disease and bulls fl 6633 63 Sheep fJ 0001 60 sertioa bv any modern eenius Ills as - chrysolite was the emblem of Matthias for you with my llttlo book But waattwc tliely This was several yearn airo and requires n constitutional that lung troubles and- - consumplambs 0085 75 treatment you may iuiok or it i Know you will there has been no return of the disease nuu am carauiw ju any climate le proven tho beryl Thomas tho chrysapbraso New York Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally by heartfelt letters of gratitude Tba4densond the pink hyacinth Sim io iiiinn ainaiy or me author filed Crtttlfl 0035 00 Sheep 13 0004 71 in his Ameriean and European laborator Â¬ coa of Cana To tho present day the em acting directly on the blood ond mucous Is especially truo of Hoods Miafor nomedl 5 0009 00 BstKNAp Jlu Feb IOUi ies in thousands from those cured ia all blem of Matthow is the sacred atone or cancer is a ruooa disease ana only a surfaces of the system thereby destroy elne ever contained so great curative power In lambs lt7 parte of the world J O Memknliall EfanavllW Ind blood remedy will cure it S S S ing the foundation of the disease and so small sjuce Thay are a whole medicine natncfltloK cross and pastoral ring of Iwt Medical experts concede that broa- iiamirei purely ratable is a real giving the patient strength by building Iittturg Dis Â¬ Dear Blr Year ItBMWd OW11 and I ood remedy Many hays lost confidence and hope caiai cimm and luug troaWea lead te the Roman Catholic and mver alls to per ever Cure naa been one of my beet sel patch which uninterrupted manently cure CancsrFcrofnlaIJczetua up the constitution and assisting nature as well as health becaasa they have CouaompUon lent during the last veer tar uFkuuU means speedy and eertatn death Rieiimittni or nnv nthcr disease of tho in doing its work The proprietors have been told their Kidney disease was in The Mreone who disturbed the congrs having exoeoded two 3 KninJy write to T A gloom M 0 Qeoat I ind Mood Send for our books bo much faith in its curative powers curable Foleys Kidney Gk Is a guar 08 Pine street New York giving post gation lest Sunday are requested to call o Caixr mid Dlood Diseases that they offer One Hundred Dollars for elicit always on the dowrUt and get a bottle of Foleys that It glvM splendid aajieJaeaiwtt as iiaaaao ready nt- anteed remedy for the dleeooreged sad cfioa and expr ees addreaa and the free Honer m -nn Id re to who uee it eaee inywiabiy nail tor H and Tar wufoh glwaya give r any case that it falls to cure Bend or ways eHclent always sat medicine will be proaapily sent lief A adtUcss Wwteryj prYtnt a sold W njy Yours respectfully I 1 I M disconsolate A R Flatter Otoverport en should take instant advantage 8oaV Bhallaaaja B Fisher Olowrnott B A4 again lleie of testimonials of hU R A Bbeilnwa etepheaspewt J Gordon tiUpheport Offdoa fiwtft 8nrc proposition 8 Address J OHENYdcCoToldCv ocwwruiiM- IllseomUptUoa eU Jt A Baynea PetearUW J X A Wist Har-- generous wu w uoctor tons yon saw HvtMt FaiMvilte j R A WJ Bedue sttk Bsssists jaiurttoe CoAUwUtfr i Mswe jfc I by ttsjrf0ttJuwlotfaitrU4rUia auawarg rwr Jaikwfcn rS-rt r WN V JI15pQ nam- - WCTU We are Overstocked With Winter Goods 50c a pair as we do in everything else in our store WE BUY AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE and our customers have the benefit WE MAKE ONE PRICE TO ALL and that a low one Physical Culture Lecturer Endorses Paines Celery Compound M a To do this we will offer you the best bargains the county Our SHOES are a great bargain as we bought largely before the advance and we give you the advantage of this at least 25c And must close them out it We want your BUTTER ALL THE Always pay the highest market price your CHICKENS your FURS and DRESSED HOGS WE CAN BUY In fact all your produce your EGGS ADDISON DICK l Addison Ky 3g Â¬ v- I I W Pe-ru-- 1 Pe-ru-- Â¬ rootJbasmons THE STOCK IMMENSE i i i i Â¬ This great and important fashion not be over looked For health tion is necessary Your feet can be dressed in the newest style shoes Both mens and ladies i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i racer i Â¬ tliU Capes i i 01 the Face Nearly every Woman now seeking a winter wrap get the quality and lowest price When in town Brandenburg i i i i - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fSS CSS r Â¬ 1 A Real Blood Remedy Much in Little Â¬ Hoods 3 llA - Jf rhl I Drufent LV-- k ifSiWSii TrysatfflBmaS TTi iiBSSittBMKtnfSSShi ittgftl