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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 11 VOL XXII BREOKENRIDGE NEWS IftXdU THE NEWS THATS KIT TO PRINT NO 26 CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 12 1898 over zealous correspondent who had more imagination than scruples There la talk of a gerrymander but I think as I have just stated that it is a mere dis- Â¬ cussion of a subject which has been referred to in a general way by tho news- Â¬ papers ol the state from time to time Messrs A IN KENTUCKYS WON BY WESTMINISTER Midst The Dust And Ashes of Departed THE COMBINE Heroes and Statesmen Will The Remains of Gen Eli Murray Find Repose Jollys Bill to Remove The Body From Bowling Green to Frankfort Repre sentative Haswell to Introduce Public Road Bill Representative JJrown Hancock County And Thompson Meade Are Live Workers Will Likely Introduce Billfc Which Will Cause Much Discussion J L Brown of Hancock and Thompson of Meade are rapidly Democrats Get Control of the getting down to business and I look for State Senate some good work from them They both eeom thoroughly alive to the interests of their constituency and though they have no big bills in course of preparation SENATOR BURKE REMAINED AWAY they will be heard from at various times during tho term with bills reaolutiona and amendments looking to tho improve- Â¬ ments of laws and amendments It ia In the House the Combine Eleotek Anti- said Representative Brown of Hancock Nana Men Turning All the Caucus has depided to Introduce a bill which will be the subject of much discussion Nominees Down It will refer to interest and usury and wilt shortly be ready for tho enrolling clerk of the House Mr Brown has three or four other equally as important Columbus 0 Jan 4 Both branches measures under advisement and these of the Ohio legislature were organized will be forthcoming ere long by tho anti Ilanna clement The sen Â¬ ate woa turned over to tho Democrats One Minute Cough Cure cures quickly and In the houso the comblno was I Hay given control Thats what you want Short nea In tho apportionment of tho chair Â¬ manships the Democrats got 28 In the FLOWERS houso and tho Republicans 13 that Written for the Children by P M Smith body having a Republican majority arrived in the city Sunday He has been considered as a compromise candidate for senator and by some considered unfriendly to Mr Hanna but ho soon declared himself for the senator undor the existing cir- Â¬ cumstances and was in conference with the senator soon after his arrival Harrison night THE POSTAL REVENUES The Annual Deficit Has Grown to 13000000 Royal nakes the food pare wholesome and dellctea u J THE GOLD DOLLAR It Wanted at the Sole Unit of Value bj Mr Clark Mil oflS the Latest frankfort news Frankfort Ky Jan 11 Later balloting begins will change the entire Slate Senator Jolly occupiea the same outlook and may elect the aspirant who Beat In the Kentucky Senate that State now Beems to have the least show Its Senator Deboo did when the Crittenden expected to be a prolonged contest and county man was chosen by accident to a deadlock is not at all improbable wear the United States Senatorial toga As I stated in my letter last week the Mr Jolly eays he will be in the seat Lindsya successor is present Legislature is composed ol aa when Senator conservative and clear headed men as I chosen and laughingly remarked that no ever sawand no bloody ehirt exhibitions man could say where the freakish politi- Â¬ or fireworks maybe looked for Ail sorts Certain it is cal lightning would strike of rumors have been current about the If one may judge from the high esteem probability of resolutions being passed in which the Irvington miller statesman reading men out of the party establish- Â¬ is held here not so great a mistake would ing prescriptive methods and showing a be made in crowning Mr Jollys aspira- Â¬ general dictatorial spirit but this is the tion with Buccese as was made in send Â¬ veriest rot As I write this a gentleman ing to the highest office in the gift of his discussing with a friend the sits ptople the almost unknown very near home matter Ive just mentioned and Marion doctor Senator Jolly of course both agree that from all theyve seen referred to the selection of Senator Ltnd theres no raoro danger of any unprece- saxs successor in a spirit of levity for no UfcqtecLor partisan like action in this Republican can afford to predict that verm man mere was in ine womans the Republicans will again have a ma- Â¬ Christian Union convention at New jority in both Houses so soon as he sugÂ¬ Madrid the other day Power doesnt gests in the face of the overwhelming always mean that the men who have it majority of last year which by the way will use it arbitrarily and I find that is only the beginning of a series of Dem just the opposite sentiment prevails orratio successes not heretofore equalled among the members an inclination to if of course the party is able to get to Â¬ be fW and at all times magnanimous gether on a common ground and not let its craft be split on the rock of If Senator Jolly doesnt make his factional dissensions mark before ho retires from public life Mr Haswell fared right well in the the men who have been studying his distribution of the House committee character closely since he has been here places yesterday and should feel quite know very little of what they are talking proud of himself Ho is on tho follow- Â¬ about One old patriarch of the politiing committees Classification of cities cal procession said to me last night Court of Jolly is a Republican and Ill admit Constitutional amendments Appeals and Codes and Practices Mr Ive no special love for members of the A J Thompson of Meade is on the rev- Â¬ Hanna Bradley aggregation but theres enue and taxation committee a very an honesty of purpose and a conserve tiveness of manner and method in all of important House position Jollys undertaking that Ive seldom if Frankfort Ky Jan 10 The eecoud ever noticed In a new member before week of the new General Assembly I predict that he will make friends openedmore auspiciously than the first rapidly be a representative of all the and with every condition and clicum ptople and deserve the encomiums of stance favoring a six day whirlwind of press and constituency when he haq new bills pertinent debate relevant rounded out his work in the upper resolutions and public discussion of time- branch ly topjes The adjournment of the two When Senator Jolly was seen he was Houses over from Friday to to day gave those men who had rather be at horqe making notes and preparing himself for on Sunday than any other day an op- Â¬ real activity in the Legislative mart portunity for worshipping on their He had but little to say because he has native heaths The event of overshadow- Â¬ plans for new hills resolutions etc but ing importance in the capital city this he was frank and kind in his answers to week is the caucus to nominate a State all questions bearing on bis future Librarian which has been net for to- Â¬ policy and purpose He has just prepar- Â¬ morrow night Then it is that the tug ed ind will offer in the Senate this week - of- - war twixt- - friends wlll come in a a joint resolution providing for the re- Â¬ rallying effort to elect one of thirteen moval of tbe remains of Brigadier Gen women who are contending for the oral Eli II Murray from the old Bowling The man who iuaists that Green cemetery to the Frankfort city ol honor women know nothing of politics has the dead In tbe state lot This will be never been in the state capital and done that the dead officers name watched one of these annual races for may be inscribed on the large monu- Â¬ the Legislative ofllces which are usually ment which marks the last resting place of several of the old home states honor- Â¬ filled by our beloved female statesmen ed dead Gen Murray was the youngest The campalngn wngid by the thirteen Brigadier General in the Union Army and how unlucky the number has been Tbe resolution will carry with it I net ruc- Â¬ hg vleorous and untiring aa that of Wm tions requesting the Governor to arrange J Aryan whose energy expending proper ceremonlee in oouneetlon with 8w4ff rottd the circle in his great tho removal wnift witwiSal handicap will never be for Representative Haswell of Brecken Lobbying canvassing solicita Â¬ gotteB ridge will introduce a bill to take a vote arguments aad appeals have been tion on the question of working tbe public resorted to but alt of thaae are fair roade and will amend the nreoent road d pity tia that men cannot weapon law placing the matter in the bande of aay that ttoay do not follow the cbaate Circuit Judges Instead of aa present political exaap4t set by their fair co This la one of the most momentous candldates It In jtwt m hard now M questions tbat can be called up aa it baa when I wrote last Afewdtfy to foretell too agitated the country citluna and it tbe result of the Librarians nee but I ie for tbe pnrpoee of defining the present tell the aiatua ol tbe contest aa at ktMt law and Improving It in every way 1 fcarf It at thfa Ume leaa tba twenty poselWe thai Mr Haswell will take these prior to tbe battle el eatww heme Immediate steps Mr Haswell baa IhMa MiM Paulim HardiB of Gov made a good laspreeelon and baa been and Mies Cnlnenn of Owenebere ra aoknowlodged leader from the very open Â¬ eonoeded to be loading by a few ing of tbe term with Mm Martin of Glaagow Mies I benrd before I reeebod Frankfort Itrneet of Henry oounty and Mies Sub lull of Qnm Ion Moondn Miw In tbat hoe wm in oonne of preparation k Um pretty Jhurin free allver Maxtor a bill tar gerrymandering tbe state and MiM Cmtobor of thin city MiM Loom thai Breekonridge and Meade eountUe ol Lexington mi Wm Conhmnf Louiev would both be give a eowplete wp vllle oUlaa mow etrennth titan they are around Bat I em Warn nothing of acortxUaad bf wh pevfWMd notion and aw InnUnod to a Imwi with nrnrlng Brtthnt fjbKlflthiennWtfao UtlnnUieporenetion etartad by Â¬ Â¬ i - You all now realize that winter is up- Â¬ on us The cold blasts of old Boreas tbe brown elopes in the distance the sear fields the calling of winter birds and last but by no means least the near approach of Santa Claus are all evidences that summer is ended With all the joys of winter there is a mingled sadness in the recollections of the past summer And nothing perhaps comes to your minds more vividly than the flower garden Well do you remember the picture it presented For instance tbe dandelion as it bedecked tho green sward looking like a green carpet fasten- Â¬ ed to the earth with brass tacks and later on when you would collect under tbe shady maples and gathering these once yellow heads that have now turned to gray and breathing upon them watch the down as it floated away on tho bretzi remlndiug you perhaps of some good old grandmother that had passed away In the senate which Is a tie practic- Â¬ ally tho Democrats got 13 chairman Â¬ ships and the Republicans 4 House Organization Columbus 0 Jan 4 Tho house waa organized by the antl Hanna forces as followa Speaker Harry C Mason of Cuyahoga speaker pro torn John E GriilUh of Union clork Charles E Gerrish of Franklin Journal clerk Charles 0 Silver of Mahoning mes Bago clerk Georgo DIehl of Montgom- Â¬ ery engrossing clerk B W Burrlll of Cuyahoga enrolling clork Ooorge H Pinard of Cuyahoga recording clerk James D Kennedy of Carroll Charles Hamilton of Union first assistant Charles Trow- Â¬ bridge of Fulton second assistant R W Nicholson of Guernsey third as- Â¬ sistant Fred Blenkner of Franklin Columbus 0 Jan 4 Tho senate was organized by tho Democrats as follows Speaker pro tern T E Crom ley of Pickaway clerk D 0 Castlo of Crawford Journal clork David S Fish Â¬ er of Delaware message clerk Frank J Barron of Miami engrossing clork John E Smiley of Hancock enrolling clerk Oharlc8 E Holland of Paulding recording clerk MrsElla Sohn of Pick Â¬ Bergeant-at-arm- s away Harry 0 Wright of Lucas first assistant John J Brady of Hamilton second assistant A A Shetler of Franklin Senatorial Outlook Columbus 0 Jan 10 No more members of the general assembly have flopped to the opposition and the sen- Â¬ atorial situation remains unohanged Tho workers for tho senator say they now have enough The Kurtz workers say they can spare another vote or two and still defeat Hanna and they insist that they have lost all of their doubtful men and will stand to the last with at least eight Republicans and tho 65 Dem- Â¬ ocratic members against Hanna They1 even say that they expect to get Manuel of Montgomery and Griffith of Union back on their side again before Tuesday It Is also claimed by tho op Â¬ position that while Senator H annas forces havo been charging on their lines they have been successfully at- Â¬ tacking his lines and have promises from members on whom the senator has been depending Tho Hanna men claim two more ac Â¬ cessions but they will not give any names as they did that of Representa- Â¬ tive Manuel Friday night and of Rep- Â¬ resentative Griffith Saturday night Since the epldemlo of local Indigna Â¬ tion meetings and tho crusade for a general gathering hero some of the managers of tho opposition say two mistakes have been mado on their sldo The first alleged mlstako was in oxpos Ingthelrstrength in organizing the leg- Â¬ islature and the second In allowing It to adjourn from Wednesday to Mon Â¬ day so that such members as Manuel of Montgomery and Griffith of Union could go homo and meet their constit Â¬ uents It waa thought that the organization of the legislature would settle things but It la cited that since Mason has been tnodot speaker he Is calling on Senator Hanna vand since Griffith has been swornrln as speaker pro tern he has come out publicly for Hanna Representative Joyce of Guernsey wbQYoted wfttftho combine on organ- Â¬ ization has Announced positively that hewilf support Hanna His opposition was solely against Doxwell for speaker Meantime Jones of Stark Redkey of Highland Rutan of Carroll and other Republicans who Voted with tho Dem Â¬ ocrats last Monday have slnco under Â¬ gone suchjlro from their constituents that they are expected to square them selves by voting for Hanna While piero were 10 dissenting Re Â¬ publican members last week the Hanna men aay there will be only two or three tails weekj And tho changes are at Â¬ tributed more to the work that has been done in thp counties than here The Democratic steering committee reported to Mr Kurtz that thoy must have aMuraneee from him tbat the dis senting Republicans will hold out he- 1 mm A nnMHyA f rurv vajr wh give tlM m fiucuauii Q ui the solid Democratic vote of 05 K l said that the Democratic steer ing committee Anally gaVe Mr KurU till nvWhlgit to produce affidavits from Republican members that at Waet tbey would vote against Senator Han Â¬ na Tbe Hanna managers claim hat Mr Kurt oaa not secure the requisite number of anMavlU and tbat ibe con teat Ja over Hs CkMrarnor Obnrtaa JSjater wbe pg Mjoretary o na jMusoir under Â¬ Semite Organization And then the fljwer garden Here is tho old fashioned holly bock nith its variegated flowers at the end of long spikes with bees diving Into their littltj wells filled with nector you know how you closed up the flowers temporarily imprisoning the little beea And here rose the king of flowers the rose in end Â¬ less varieties both in colorand fragrance and the grizzly chrysanthemum the fad of the day among the florists and the tubo rose the favorite of you all the fragrance of whose tloweis will in after years may be Temind you of some associate of your childhood the huge sunflower with bowed head acting as a Bun dial the shy mlgnonetto and the meek pansy humbly blowing beneath other flowers with a face covered with dewdrope and sparkling in the morping snns rayp looking Jike the babe that ban just awakened with a cry and its eyes are made the brighter by being filled with teats and you tbat have visit Â¬ ed tbe country rtmembor the fun you had in the orchard when the atmos- Â¬ phere was laden with the perfumo of the apple blossom how you lounged under the apple tree in the tall grass speckled with the bloom thrown dowrj by the shower the night previous and how you tramped through the hlglj grans in the meadow looking or white clover blossoms and being barefooted how careful you were not to step on the bumble bees And how through this variegated clover field you chased the lark from his flowering home decoying you no doubt from ifs nest These scenes I say return to you on these wlntery days Especially thosj of you who are fond of flowers Butj strange to say there are some children who take no interest in flowers and t have always noticed that children who were not interested in flowers are not very observant bf other things in nature When you lovers of flowers begin the study of Botany and Floriculture you will still be more deeply concerned in their culture and growth You will disj cover that in no two varieties are tbe etameasthe caly xthe corolla or the pistils the same and that there are m many differences In fragrance color and eizeJ The Floriculturist will provete yon bow these many variations are brought about How by culture the pale single roeebyT the way sjde ia changed into the raeriJ can Beauty the Mareabal Nell the La FraBce or the Luxemburg Then that which fa still more interesting Ie tbe way in which all the vegetable world dfetri- bute their seeds but if yoa proaViae to1 watch the Nawe closely I will eotneMtne soon say something about the distribu Â¬ tion of eeeda in simple rhymes Coaianiptien PeeUivilyured Mr R B Gretlve merebant of Obit con- bowle Va certifies that he wmption was given up to letoiigutj all medical treatment that money couldj trted all cough remedies he preen eould bear of but get no relief apaaV many nighta sitting up in- - a ebajr wmj indueed to try Dr Kings HewDIaeoyeryi and wm cured by use of two bottles Fur peat three yenw bM been attending to bueinese and Mye Dr Kiels New Discovery ia tbe gwwdeat tentedy ever made m it has done so mueh or blm and aleo for others in bla ootnutuuity Dr Kings New Discovery iagtt araoUed Jor Coojtba Oolda and Consumption It ooninuL negate waa on mum una WW per oottnv eiiaft Mumm Dtngfftta hl Sheep and Lambs Bheep extra 14 034 common D 00 good prime 13 40U5 00 3 00Q3 73 choice lambs 15SQigO 00 Cleveland Hogs Yorkers and lights 13 63 medi Â¬ ums and heavies 13 03 stag and roughs 12 ooaa oo J 0024 CO Bheep and Lambs Sheep lambs 4 330 10 14 034J4 33 heifers 14 00 CattleSteers 4 23 caws and bulls 13 003 23 Cincinnati Corn No Wheot No 2 red 02G02Vic Oats No 2 mixed 24c 3 mixed 28H Bye 40e Lar- d- 4 63 Bulk meats 14 43 Baoon --43 30 3 88H Cattle Hog gfep Washington Jan 6 Representative Clark of Iowa has Introduced a bill making the gold dollar the Bolo unit of vuluo directing every national bank DEMAND FOR RETRENCHMENT to redeem its notes in dollars of such value restricting the denominations of treasury or national bank notes to 10 or its multiples those outstanding of Chairman Loud Attrlbutos the Deficit to less denominations being called In and the So Called Libraries Mailed standard silver dollars given in ex Â¬ at Second Class Rates change and certificates destroyed while after July 1 1900 tho treasury Is to re fuso all such certificates as payment of public dues Tho national bank acts also are A CALL FOR CHEAPER LETTER POSTAGE amended to charter banks with a paid up capital stock of 20000 which may issuo currency to the amount of the face of the securities they deposit with Washington Jan 11 Special Ono tho government the tax on circulation con- Â¬ It tho most to be of 1 per cent payable annually gress is that important subjects before of stopping tho annual deficit in January In tho rovenuos of tho postofllco dopart mont The deficit has now grown to 13 SURPRISE SPRUNG 000000 a year Chairman Loud of tho Democrat Make a Proposition to tbe poBtofilco committee of tho houso makes FopulUts lu Kansai Topeka Jan 6 The Democrats tho startling statement that if tbo postal country wcro turned over eprung a senentlon on the Populist con Â¬ business of tho to a private corporation it would bo man Â¬ ference which is being held here and aged nt a profit of from 30000000 to will force them to go on record on the 40000000 a year instead of a loss of 18 liquor question a thing which they 000000 At tho samo tlmo no ono pro- Â¬ tho Populists havo never yet done poses to turn tho postofllco ovor to n pri- Â¬ The Democratic leaders have ottered to vate corporation It Is Bafo to say that if forego representation on the stato tick- Â¬ such a proposition wore brought forward et in tho next campaign if the Popu Â¬ in congrosslt could not command a dozen lists will Insert a resubmission plank1 votes in tbo two houses in their platform Cause of the Deficit But whoro docs tho postofllco department Counterfeiter Captured Toledo Jan 6 Deputy United States fall behind 13000000 a year In its in Â¬ Marshal Shannon and Xapt Webb of ooiiio account Certainly not through carrying letters tho secret service returned to this first class malland postal cards and other matter bccausothls matter city from Paulding county having in avcrago earns 83 cents a charge Henry Luce and Dr Alexander cost of hnndllng pound while thoIs only 8 all mall mutter Thompson two residents of that coun- Â¬ cents a pound nor from carrying third ty charged with passing counterfeit class matter suoh as books pamphlets half dollars It la known that an or Â¬ and circulars which pays 8 cents a pound ganized gang of counterfeiters inhabit or Just about tho cast of handling nor class matter bucIi as pat Â¬ the swamps and forests of that county yet from fourthand small articles of mer Â¬ terns samplos Â¬ When searched several blank certifi- chandise for this pays 10 cents a pound cates of membership In an oathbound or double tho cost of transmission society were found on Luce But It Is different with 60cond class mat- Â¬ ter according to tho postofllco committee Payable In Silver It says that 85 par cent of all the weight Washington Jan 6 Senator Teller carried in this class Is composed of books Introduced a concurrent resolution de Â¬ and pamphlets which should bo mailed as claring the bonds of tho United States third class matter but by protending to that to bo payable In sliver dollars and as Â¬ issue tholr books as periodicals is weekly serting that to restore to their coin- Â¬ terly tho monthly semimonthly or quar-toÂ¬ publishers claim tho right age such silver coins as a legal tender mall their stuff In quantities ranging from payment of said bonds principal and an ouuco to a ships cargo at tho second In interest is not in violation of the pub Â¬ class rate of 1 cent a pound Second Class Slatter lic faith nor In derogation of the rights of tho public creditor Chairman Loud ascertains from tho fig- ures of tho postofllco department that last Not Purchased by Ilrush year the malls carried 810068155 pounds 10 Mr Indianapolis John of second olass matter mailed in bulk Jan T Brush being asked if he for his own thlsconstltutlng 85 per cent of all second account or for his friends had pur- Â¬ olass matter Tho remaining 15 per cent chased tho St Louis Baseball club re- Â¬ was mado up of matter mailed frco in tho county of publication how tbo plied that neither himself nor his governmont fares In thoLot us boo of carry- Â¬ business had bought that property friends ing this enormous quantity of freight amounting to 155000 tons or 3000 tons The Floor Clave Way for each business day of tho year Twenty six london Ont Jan 4 3J8S2C53 Cost of handling 8 cents a pound persons were killed by tho City hall Postage paid 1 cent a pound 8100W1 floor giving way during a political Loss to the government Ul740oi meeting In this connection Chairman Loud gives somo interesting foots concerning Uncle Crushed to Death Sams groat postal buslnoss Last year tho Flndlay O Jan 10 Frank Fellers 04000000 to death between two total expenditures wore 15 was crushed Transportation of malls costs 40000000 logs at a sawmill near here year leaving 54000000 for postmas- Â¬ a ters clerks carriers railway mall mon MARKET REPORTS and all other cost of handling Tbo money Grain and Btoik Quotation For Jan 8 order uud registry business are estimated to cost 4000000 n your and this leaves New York In round numbers 50000000 a year as 10 00QH 60 extra mes Beef Family Now as 8 MXQ0 SO Cut meat tho cost of handling tho malls 8 0038 CO packed second class mutter takes up about two Ilckled bellies MiOc pickled shoulder BrVic pickled ham 7c Lard Western thirds of all tho weight and ono thlrd tho 8 5O30 00 5 03 Iork Old men steam number of pieces of all tho mall carried Butter Weitern dairy 1220cs cream It is considered fair to chargo to It two ery l322c do factory 1217c Cheese thirds tho cost of transportation which -- State large 8Wfl014ci mall OQOMc part would bo 20500000 and ono thlrd tho full klnu SQ lc Eggi eklms 4Mg5c weatoru cost of handling which would bo 10600 21itf la Btato and lcunsylvaala 000 or a total ezponso entailed by second fresh 20U22c class matter of 43000000 a year As tho Wheat fl 01W- - Corn 33Kc Oat 285ic postage received on second class matter is Bye 53c only about 3000000 a year it Is figured Pittsburg that tho total loss on carrying it is 10 Cattle Choice U 080 00 good 14 70Q 000000 a year And it is on this showing 4 405H 03 fair 14 20 4 80 tidy butchers that Chairman Loud makes his statement 4 00 3 233 00 heifer 4 23 common that a private corporation could carry on cows 12 0033 70 ii B0 bulls stags and the postal bublncss at a profit of 40000 cows fresh 20350 000 a year 3 75Q3 80 mediums lings Yorkers 3 40Q Chairman Loads Dill f3 7Sft3 80 fair 3 30 grassers 8 43 heavy 3 G53 70 rough f2 C0ft3 23 It Is not proposed to Increase tho rates 3 7033 73 pig on all kinds of second olass matter Tho 4 0334 73 4 603 good tiheep Cbolce bill now pending in tho houso provides 4 10i4 40 common 13 60U 4 00 fair tbat newspapers magazines and all legiti Â¬ 4 10 lambs 3 8330 00 mate periodicals shall bo allowed to enjoy Chicago all the privileges whloh they now possess 3 85QB 73 cows and The reform Is aimed at tho mtsuso of tho Cattle Beeves 3 23 2 40U 00 Texas steers heifers malls by publishers who dump in their 3 80Q4 30 stockers and 4 30 westerns books and so colled libraries at a rata of 3 3034 15 feeders postago which pays only ono eighth tho 3 30 cost of hundling Hogs Light I3 33Q3C3 mediums Mr Loud asks if tho 07K roughs 13 40 governmont is going to carry this kind of i3 U hcury I J 4U ua 45 freight at ono olghth tbo cost why docs It Bheep and Lamb Choice sheep 14 053 not carry wboat and corn and cotton and common 13 OOHi 4 75 fair U 204 40 clothing and groceries and machinery at 3 00 choice lambs 3 734 4 exports the samo ruinous rate 0 00 There Is In tho country a great demand Oots 21c Corn 20ia Wheat 02c Bye 45c for a reduction of lottcr postago to 1 cent an ounce The claim is mado that if all DuCTaIo this fraudulent second class matter was 3 00Q8 10 shipping Cattle Butchers com polled to pay a proper rata of postago t 83Q5 10 good the 14 05Q4 83 best steers letter rate oould bo reduced Of course cows niul heifers 13 3034 00 stocker and it Is not thought possible to save all of the 3 4014 23 feeders 40000000 a year which tho government Hogs Yorker 13 733 77 roughs com3 20Q3 40 mediums and now loses in this way but it is bollevod mon to good that by enacting tbo law proposed by tho heavies 13 80 pigs 3 0OQ3 70 Â¬ POWDER Absolutely Pure I YOIIIC DOTAL UKINO rOWDC CO NCW years and nothing has been accomplished Tho houso has twice passed bills looking to correction of tho evil but thoy have not Tho newspaper and nioga become laws rlno publishers of tho country almost without oxceptlon favor tho reform Host Of the so called libraries are reprints of foreign books Out of 3080 volumes in ono library only 75 wore found by Mr Spofford of tho library of congress to bo Of COO in another of American origin series only 80 were American Tho claim is mado therefore that If tho government goes on carrying these publications at less than cost It encourages foreign authors at tho expenso of our homo writers Nearly all the books published for mail Â¬ ing at this low rato of postago are novols aid many of thorn aro of a character not calculated to Improvo tho tastes of their readers All tho flashy or erotlo writers of tho old world havo bad their works reproduced by tho thousands of tons in For thoso reasons these cheap libraries tho postofllco committee of tho house argues that If any discrimination is to bo shown In tho rates it should be against such literature and In favor of tho legiti- Â¬ mate newspapers magazines and periodi Â¬ cals of the United States Â¬ AY ALTER AYELUMK Murdered by a Schoolmate Russollvllle Ky Jan 5 Robert Ev Â¬ ans and Georgo Duncan schoolboys each aged 17 became involved In a quarrel when Evans stabbed Duncan in tho heart with a pocket knife Dun can expired Instantly Evans waa ar Â¬ rested charged with murder Both boys were hero attending the Fuqua High school Made Short Work of lllin Warsaw Ind Jan 8 A burglar was discovered in tho etoro of John P Tho ma at Claypool After a dosperato struggle during which eeveral shots woro exchanged the robber was cap Â¬ tured and proved to be Clarence Tho ma grandson of the proprietor He waa eent to tho penitentiary for four years Miners Quit Work Brazil Ind Jan 5 Two hundred miners employed at No 8 mine of the Brazil Block Coal company inaugu Â¬ rated a strike because the mine boss allowed three drivers to work who had not settled their dues in tho miners organization for the last month Chewed tho Corpse Huntington Ind Jan 6 John Mills 70 was butchering hogs at his farm and when he entered tho pen to kill one he dropped dead lie lay there for nearly two hours before he was found by his wife Tho other hogs had chewed his hand off Arms Fulled Out of Sockets Jcffersonvllle Ind Jan 8 James Wheaton of Marlon county undergoing three years imprisonment for larceny while attempting to replace a belt in the Indiana reformatory was caught and both arms were pulled out of their sockets Elk Charter ltestored Marion Ind Jan 8 The charter of Marion lodge of Elks was restored It was revoked because Bob Fitzsimmons woa taken Into membership two or three months ago Farmer Fatally Crushed Oreencastlo Ind Jan 7 Moses Tay Â¬ lor farmer waa fatally crushed north of this city while felling trees A large trunk fell across his body Child Fatally Durned Jeffersonvllle Ind Jan 8 The daughter of Daniel McChrystal of Charlestown while playing In front of a stove was fatally burned Killed by a Small Doy Paducah Ky Jan 8 Walter Hooks 21 was stabbed in the temple and kill Â¬ ed at Grand Rivers Livingston county by Reuben Ross 14 Ask Your Druggist for s generous 10 CENT TKIAL SIZC CATARRH li Elys Cream Balm Â¬ contains no cocaine mercury nor any oih r Injurious drug-It Ii quiikly abiorbed vet lltliel ut once postofllco oomraltteo 10000000 to15 000000 a year may bo saved Reform Long Demanded It is a curious thing that tbo agitation for this reform has been going on for ten COLD N the Nsial IMuagcs Allays Inflammation Heals and frottcts the Membrane Keuorcs the Bcnsts of Taue and BmcIL Full tli joc Trial lsa ice at dnuKlitsor by mail HIA UKQTIIBRS Sfi Warran Street Nw York IsKZvSSB HEAD MS0i4Q4S4rj-l82-43H- Going to Build or Repair Write Louisville Ky For Prices on Lumber Doors Sash uud Blinds Shingles Steel Roofing Thy you money Will ett -- 13 7B4 Wool 73 H24e J P Will Co Hoataa XX aa4 WttWaf Ohio Heecc X aM abare savjaaa U4lte auc to i 8 oewMltg 53 bt TM N til 1 Jl79P0tt taaayiMjyH haa- t- Of- - Oaf Mtta sv v w iH Breckenriikje las D Ii T 0 7 T t it jywr -t- -ji ywm News L HARDIN6BURG H BRANDENBURG W D Howard is in Louisville Buslnees aud serial affairs stagnant John Powell was In Louisville last week Literary Friday night and a big Sabsg Editors ud PriprUVri 12 18f 8 fc W TIME TABLE COISO IUiT WEDNESDAY JANUARY Paiaengar Dally Pajiamrer Dally Now rr lUrdlmbnrg- - 7iJ7 atn flOMO SIX PAGES Senator Hamn got 60 votes in the llouso and 17 in the Senate enoagh to elect Tiik wavo ol murders in this state should be followed by an epidemic of hangings Hon V J Bryan has returned from his trip to Mexico lie Bays the trip only served to confirm his faith In free silver win 55 rr lltrdlnibarg 1897 pm Coughs That Hill are not distinguished by any mark or sign from coughs that fail to be fatal Any cough ncglocted may sap tho strength and undermine tho health until recovery la Impossible All cougha lead to lung trouble If not Btopped debate Mr Burtou has taken quarters at Mr Hurdestys The Misses Neat of Hardin are pupils at the Normal Services at all three of the churches lost Sunday O M Nevitt went to Louisville lost week on business Willie Bland is behind the counter at J D Richardsons Miss Lena Nevitt went to Louisville with her aunt Mrs Smith Mr and Mrs Jesse Herndon spent Saturday and Sunday hero Mrs J D Hardin is very much Improved and able to drive out Elvice Wimp has been qulto sick but Is at this writing much better Rob and Frank Mallu came up to see their sister Mies Zola married Will Flaherty is with his sister Mrs Hardesty to attend the Normal Come to the Brandenburg Normal for tho spring term beginning February Â¬ qilt wrltlrg it ATTEND THE GREAT Will the present Legislature do some thing to make the criminal law more eflectlvo Crime eeeras to ho on the increase It Is said that the present L gsalure is full of young orators But an orator is hardly so much thought of as is the man who succeeds in putting In active operation some measure for the public good 1 The now town paps should restore the street lights Come in and renew your subscription to tho Nkws MIbs Mittlo Breeding returned homo last Saturday D II Severs of Henderson was here one day lait weok Dr I W Foote of Bowie vllle was In town last Saturday Chintz Royalty preached at Antioch church last Sunday night Dent Brown has moved into J II Leniilua property on Main street Tlio Historical club will dlscuts the Hawaii question next Saturday night J D Ccx has baen appointed city clerk by the new board ot trustees Did you read the statement of the Bank of llardinsburg doing a good busi ness B Aprs Ckcrri Peclwal Cires CWrfls My wife was suffering from a dreadful cough We did not expect that sho would long survive but Mr R V Royal deputy surveyor happened to be stopping with us over night and having a bottle of Ajers Cherry Pectoral with him Induced my wife to try thjs remedy The result was so beneficial that sho kept on taking it till she was cured HUMPHRIES Saussr Ga R My little daughter was taken with a dis Â¬ tressing cough which for throe years defied all the remedies I tried At length on the urgont recommendation of a friend I began to give her Ayers Cherry Pectoral After using one bottle I found to my great sur- Â¬ Three bottles prise that she waa improving oompletely cured her Trav Salesman Wrought Iron Range Co-St Louis Mo Discount Sale i Â¬ J A CRAY F Beard and his daughter will leavo It week We have some new studies In music V Lewis Moreman has cold out here and and the Etude for 03 It is a fine musi- Â¬ says he i intends to move to Meridian cal journal Mississippi Lee Uagan the new sheriff and his A new carpet has been put down in family are in tho house next door to tho Circuit Court rooms and the front Mosseua Fountaine doors rehung Mrs Dan Roberts came to see her A cyclone struck Morganfieldin Union Out at Antioch church is a good place sister1 Mrs Martin last week who was county Sunday evenlug aud destroyed for a Sunday School aud it should bo qulto sick Sho is now up the immense store belonging to II organized at once Miss Beulah Fontaine entertained her Mart who has relatives In this and Mrs D S ltichardson of Union Star young friends last Saturday night in Hancock county His loss was 20000 came over last week to visit her daugh- Â¬ honor of Miss Florence Smith The total loss was 30000 City Marshal ter Mrs 1 M Beard Sellars was crushed and killed by the J D Hardin has purchased the office James V Miller has bought out the recently occupied collapse of tho city hall by Dr Dowden and interest of Mr Jarboe in the Arm of will have it moved to Court Row con- Â¬ DBy w JAlU0 nt The circulation of the Nkws last year V venient to his business ran ahead of anv urevlous vear in itfcJHiMlsws Carrie and Nellie Atwood and Dennie Walter Lewis is a fiae speci- Â¬ e Withers and John Kennedy entered history Our advertising business al- - I men of babyhood He can say Jap most doubled in amount with other the B N college last Monday quite plainly Well what does that business in proportion The proprietors Richard May lost a fine gold watch signify Nothing only a coincidence of the paper therefore feel much gratifi Â¬ while out hunting about ten days ago Tiuo delicacy of sentiment and feeling ed over the results of the years business and has not been able to find it has to yield to coarseness and lack of and are assured that 1898 will bring even The town will be full of students next consideration every time but an inward better results If you want a good paper session Numbers of them are already consciousness of haviug done right la for your home take the News making applications for board hero the olive branch Henry Harned of Harned thinks he I regretted to notice the death of Mrs As strong as Gibraltarisa term that will move his family to tewn and enter Annie Brown She spent the first year can bo safely used in describing the three ot his children In the B N college of her married life hero and was highly Bank of llardinsburg Its annual state- Â¬ Drs D II Basilars and II V Basham esteemed for her many excellent quali Â¬ ment just issued shows the deposits in will be at llardinsburg on Jan 10th to ties of mind and character the bank for 1897 to be 157 340 91 In practice dentistry and remain one week Mr and Mrs O G Mooremen have 1890 the deposits were 101100 31 show Â¬ The mud in tho roads now is fearful received the news from their son Rob- Â¬ ing an increase of 50240 00 This shows When you striko tho old turnpike you ert of his marriage Bob has been out a wonderful increase of prosperity among can go saliag Ought to have some wtst for sometime but expects to be at the farmers and business men of Greek more pikes home in the spring with his bonnle enridgj county and it is an eloquent John S Rhea says there is no truth In bride tribute the conservatism and ability of Wm Bdwley a solefman for several the administrative officers of this splen Â¬ the report that he will be a candidate against Joe Blackburn for the United years at Mr II 0 Wordsons has gone did institution to Howard States Senate Son Geo Frymlre and All persona wanting photographs or and Beall Grinnell are still holding the For State Senator pictures of any kind must come before fort at Woodsons with J T Haynes Hon Til Groves who acted as Door- Â¬ the first day of February as I will leave added to deliver keeper in the last session of the Indiana here on that date W Mr Thornsbury has possession of the J Mattingly will Legislature more than Several gentlemen met at the court hotel on the hill and the keys to the ably be a candidate for State Senator from court house Phillip Noel stands ready the district embracing the counties of house last Saturday night and organized to proeccute while Mr Willett Is at his the Puien Historical club R N Mil- Â¬ Terry Crawford and Spencer If he dots ler was elected President and Kimbal post in the Circuit Clerk room The will know it his opponent officers who succeded themselves are Harman Secretary AUNT CAROLINE yNeleon Haynes aud Mrs Alice J Nor- Â¬ at your service as of yore Dont try to conform to the opinions ton were married at the residence of Hat Delighted Thousands of Orphans With Kiv II O Hook in this place last Wed of others Be yourself Do as you know reiday The groom is sixty four and Is right Policy Is a poor guide unless Twenty Three Festive Dinner principle underlies It Some folks In the bride sixty three years of age Said J A Wit Last fall I bought thir this land of ours would like to be Czars and Cztrias but Russia is some While at Louisville this week the ty six bushels of beana and now they Nkws ylslted the Baptist Orphans are nearly all out Irish potatoes are too miles oir I wish Siberia was nearer Home This Institution has been in high for the people this year and Mrs S 0 Malln will leave this week they existence over a quarter of a century are taking bean soup instead with her daughter Mrs Mason McMonl and is a model of its kind It is a home Rev W B Sneed of this city preach Â¬ gle for Owensboroto reside Rob and where an Immense family of 1028 or- Â¬ es to more congregations than any min Â¬ Frank Malln her sons are tberejengaged phans ol both sexes have been cared for ister in the county There are nine inlbusiness Wehopo Mrs Malln maybe as tenderly as was possible under the churches in his charge und the distance happy In hernew home and that the circumstances The sanitary arrange Â¬ to reach them all covers over change may be for her future welfare ments of the institution are splendid he travels I do enjoy the Irvlngton letters so eighty miles and it Is probably due to this reason chatty bo whole soul I always feel The new board of town trustees mt like that the mortality is no low there hav I had had a face to face chat ing occurred only U deatls since the last week aud organzd with G W Heres that Bob Jolly dont stay the About the first full term in Frankfort foundation of the home One of the un- Beard as president and heres if he ique personals connected with the in- Â¬ thing they did was to knock out the doi a that a certain chatty correspond pool table by refusing to license them stitution Is Aunt Caroline the good ent will mend her way to tho historic Allen R Kincheloe was spot on the old colored cook Sho is the typical any further Kentucky river mammy of antebellum days and for appointed Police Judge protein in the James Lane Allen eajs some delici 23 years has prepared tho dally meals absence of Judge Board who is in Texas ously sweet things in Choir Invisible Alex West Is on duty as marshal for the 1023 children who havo been inBut the greatest truth is when he wrote On tomorrow the plalntifl will take de- Â¬ mates of the home She prides herself Courage ia the greatest of attributes upon the 23 Thankegiving dinners she positions in the Bult of Hobsou Frank and when combined with honor it forms Ben T Miller On Tuesday the 18th has cooked for-- the youngsters and is vs a grand combination It takes courage satisfied that each succeeding dinner of this month the plaintiff has given and a lot of It to push anything id thia to take depositions in the case notice eclipses its predecessor world to a finish It ia the delight of of Win Miller vs Brickoy dc On the some to dash cold water on every effort 20h the plaintifld give deposition In the towards advancement With His Ferrctts and progress but The Nelson Kecord says Mr S V case of Robt Lovely vs G P Comer Ac go a head people can stand several cold and defendant in some caso on the 21 water Shellman of Breckenridge county is in showers and come out victor at town He has with him two ferrets Outho 25 plaintifft will take in the last thanks to oilmen case of Nehemiah Dowell vs O W which are on duty as rat exterminator PFather Whalen pronounced the worda atGrigby Cos warerooms In their Basham Administrator j last Sunday at tho residence of Mrs S We had the pleasure of attending a 0 Malin particular line these little animals are that made G H Worland and marvels of cunning and agility Rats joint rat otlog of the Foreign and Home Miss Zula Malln man and wife The and mice are not given a chacse to re Missionary societies at the parsonage wedding was a quiet oue in the presence main long on the same premises with iaai rnuay evening xne oouy is com of a fuw relatives and intimate frienda posed of some of tho most elegant aud George is them a promising rising young busi Â¬ entertaluing women In this part of the ness man Our Illustrated Edition Zula Is one of our most country And when it comes to things worthy estimable young ladles The The News has made arrangements for spiritually they just let the Lord have party took supper with Mr and Mrs the publication of a handsome illustrated his way with them and he eecins to lead W II Gough and will commence house- Â¬ edition of this paper to appear in a few them in directing the missionary work keeping immediately at furnished apart Â¬ weeks in a manner that will make the cause ments ou West Main They received a The issue will be dedicated to the ad- Â¬ flourish oyer all opposition They throw good many nice presents Congratula vancement of the material interests of in their dimes and their nlckles and tions Oloverport and ltreckenridge county dollars with a freedom that challenges Mrs James Smlthandher two inter It will contain an exhaustive descrip- Â¬ comparison One lady from a distance eating daughters Florence and Katie tion of the mineral wealth of this county seut In five dollars others a dollar each and will also give in detail a resume of until the footings for a single accompanied by Mrs Robert Smith left monthly the splendid advantages of this city and meeting ran up close to twenty dollars county a point for the location of But paying is not all these women slug industrial enterprises and the Invest- Â¬ and pray and read and talk and dispatch ment of capital Is especially true ot Hoods Pills for nomedl business likewise with perf ct accuracy To make this edition a succesi we have These societies are organizations of the cine ever contalunl so great curative power In secured the servlcea of Mr Ed Good Methodist Epltcopal church t outh of so small iuce Ttwy ure a whole medicine night whose work on other editions of the Ellzibethtown district tbla nature in tho leading cities of the state practically guarantees a journal 111 Mrs M B Ford Ruddells suf that will be Lard to excel for literary fered for eight years from dyspepsia and merit and lypbograpbical beauty The chronic constipation aud waa finally clieit always ready at- - a edition will contain beautiful bait teas cured by using DeWUta Little Early ways effluent alwajs sat- I ueM illustrations of the churcltes Risers the famous little pills for all tractor prevent a eoM W I or fever euro all lvr Wo buildings store rM it and eadJng stomach and liver troubles Short ajofc botdaotw junto o HmUqr U HayHM eitisens oil the euuut I Thoosjjf Pills to Wm wMfe Heats SantfwUia Â¬ 1 Tub supervisors of the county tax list met at Hardlnsburg last week and corn pleted their work Jast Friday evenii g The raised list will amount to between saventy five and a hundred thousand dollars In the county Over two hundred names appear nn tho list Bessie Miss for California this 1st Ayers Cerrg Is THE FAIR CLOVERPORT KY IRVINGTON Dr Baxter Guston visited his sster Mrs Frank Sunday Pectoral at half put up in half eizo bottles price 50 cents irb Â¬ Â¬ Tuesday for Louisville to spend a few elays enroute for Denver Colorado their home Mrs James Smith has been with her sister Mrs Nevitt since last August and we shall all mies her and those at- Â¬ tractive girls Clarence Neafus only eon of Mr and Mrs G L Neafus died at his home near Ekron lost Friday at 2 oclock p m He had not been well for sometime and had been under medical treatment but had only been confined to his bed ten days Dr Dugan performed an opera- Â¬ tion last Wednesday oesisted by local doctors and pronounced it a tumor which was bo located that removal meant in Â¬ stant death Clarence poor boy so young about twenty eight never realized that his condition was hopeleto and in his anxiety to live braced up and was even cheerful The end camo quickly but sweetly peacefully surrounded by atber mother young devoted wife his two sisters and many relatives aid friends Clarence was a dear good boy kind affectionate respectful In manner and reliable in all transactions He married Miss Hattle Capphageof Lebanon Ky about four years ago and they have spent a most happy pleasant life His remains were enterred in the family lot of Brandenburg cemetery where a large number of friends and relatives assembled to attest the esteem in which he was held Great sympathy is extend- Â¬ ed to the bereaved family A 0 Burton has added about fifteen or sixteen new books to the B B Nor- Â¬ mal Library and yet to think that any one in this advanced age of literature this day when people must keep up read and progress should say I dont see what good a library does From all evils and from all heresies Good Lord deliver us Whenever one can- Â¬ not lay his hands on Bome mental food whenever one ceases to bo surrounded g by a few congenial bookish Indidividuals consign one to oblivion Mr Burtons pupils are only entitled to the library which is right but we have a circle out side which has clubbed to-Â¬ gether for the New Year and which numbers six magszlnes taken monthly and exchanges It has Ladles Home Journal Ladles Home Ideal and many other works to be exchanged Bro Hesson has a nice library He and his wife are book lovers too Reading need never interfere with other duties I do not believe it is scarcely possible for one who loves to read to be unhappy despondent or a pessimist No matter what the heart ache may be a good case of literature well assimilated will dispel it Try it Â¬ 1 book-lovin- MWWWVWMMMMMMWWyMWiyVyWVVWMWWVVVVVWWWVVWWM Breckenridge Normal College HARDINSBURG KY TUDBNTS mar entrr at anv time and tctect their own work ThTeacneri und Sclen tlliC Count are strong Young Udte and gentlemen may obtain certificate Count o State and good school after completing our Teacher Course Master Embrey Vorather gets the medal In school this week Miss Artie Roberts Custer has return- Â¬ ed for a stay with Mrs Lyons Mies Cora Burkhart Vine Grove was Mrs Colemans guest Wednesday eve Mrs Will Cain Vine Grove ia visit- Â¬ ing her parents Mr and Mrs A B Coleman Teachers admitted FREE to on Evening Historical Club WB GUARANTEE to every Science student an ability not attained elsewhere tors have had many years active experience in school work Our InstrucÂ¬ Â¬ the great merits To give you an opportunity of testing of Elys Cream Balm the most reliable cure for catarrh and cold In the head a generous 10 cent trial size can be had at your druggist or we mall It for 10 cents Full size 60 cents ELY BROS 60 Warren St N Y City It ia the medicine above all others for catarrh and is worth its weight in gold I can uso Elys Cream Balm with safety aud it does all that is claimed for it B W Sporry Hartford Gonn GLENDEANE Again I will open out with a full line of goods at my old stand in Glendeane J H Brown I will pay cash for produce and will sell as cheap as any one In the county J II Brown Buckleas Arnloa Salve Tub Best Salvk in the world for Cute Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fe Â¬ ver Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chil Â¬ blains Corns and all Skin Eruptions and postively cures Flies or bo pay re-Â¬ quired It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded Prlee 26 cents per box Fos Sale by Short Uaynes Psychology u Much in Little Â¬ Â¬ Hoods J I I I S nfc Pick Mo Up I dont believe Its possible for two peoplo to think of the something ia oue moment You wait until you owe your tailor a bill and meet him ia the street OLStVOOrUCLA 2UffiT Is SB iSSSss PtvllleEI QUARTERLY REPORT What is the population of Hawes --OF THE vllle asked a paseenzer of a brakemaa on a Texts train the other day large Well 1 answered the lirakeman cannot give you the exact figures We X A Pleasant Event At the Close of Business will aion bo there and as the whole town AHahdinsbdeo Ky Jan 10 Special congregates at the depot platform to ON THE 31st DAY OP DECEMBER 1897 Qojte the happiest event of the season witness the arrival and departure of RESOURCES was the party and dining given by Miss trains you can take a census of the placa Loans and Discounts less loam to Di Mary Franklin Beard at the residence of for yourself rector Jio3tosi 1 oini to Directors officers cot Included soooto her parents and grandparent Mr and Overdraftsunsecured 59S 84 Due from National Banks Mrs Percy Beard and B F Beard 1715850 It was at the post office a visitor in Banking Horn and Lot 300000 last week to meet the Little Women the city speaking to an J7j a Heal acquaintance Other StocksEstate Bonds Other and 13773x0 of Hardlnsburg Coves were laid for Currency pointed out a well known resident and nUofio OthsrltemsCarned asCash fifteen and the afternoon anefevening tniv asked Furniture and Fixtures 400000 Â¬ was one of bliss to the graceful little la Does that man amount to much in l895aii16 dies The table was eight feet in length this community and two feet high For turkeys a num No answered the acquaintance HABILITIFJJ ber of quail were nicely dressed and he is so unimportant that no one has Capital Stock paid In In cash ajooaoo baked and he air eakes six laches sent him Undivided Profits a calendar this year Deposits subject to check on which lo- - 6s6iii high aad six laches across were the terest Is not paid j8oos 78 cutest pardon the expression things Deposits subject to check on which In Â¬ Another Qesd Has Gone Wreae terest paid of all The dinner was served ia quite a 70C4J37 He failed to use Foleys Kidney Cure proper and complete style everything in for his Kidney complaint A K Fisher 18jc8ji proportion to what Ive already men Â¬ Oloverport R A Shellman Stephens tioned and the tight was eertalnly a Joy port Gordon Haynes Fatesvllle State ol Kentucky County of Breckcnridft sl forever Little Mies Mary Franklin re Â¬ A Witt Hardlnsburg MH Beard Cashier of Iks Bask of Hardin burg a Bank located and doing business in he ceived alone and dM ereeiit te a Mother town of Hardlnsburg ia said county being duly A Marine areykewnis sworn says that the fbrafolag Report is in all re Â¬ noted for her hoepHahHr aad eerreet en Â¬ spects a true statement of the condition of said The Alfred Hennen Oapt J J Hen Hank at the dose ol baiiaas on the 31st day tertainments After tee seal was com Â¬ of 8 to the beat of bis knowUdgeand pleted all eajoyeel games muk etc sens handsewe new tag beet is a rec Â¬ bellfandftUr saystkat the bosiae of the said ord breaker On Saturday a speed test Hank ha bea tntnaoclad at th locatkw naned and at a late hoar these little women Tswkit and oSicUl M4if report Is and I was about to forget the little el the eraft was made and she attained a and not ceaspHsnca with a that fce aVova received aaade ia men also disbanded feeling that their speed of IHeen miles an hour Betweun from nm secretary of Stat datctk3itdav Â¬ i7 youthful hostess had eaueed them to this city and Hawesvllie she ttwele seven oPeroW nude as Om vh which such re This port M be spend a delightful evening Beet wishes miles fa twenty eight minutes M HBfARD Cashier wonderful trial plaees ahead of any to you Miss Mary Franklin MKSKSIDOIC Director eraK on the river and the Alfred Hen Â¬ MKaKAKD Director nen has earned the title of th e grey JOLLY Dlnctor Yes tie true bound of the Ohio fc by M IT awofn to Wire Beatd Um fth Foleys Honey and Tar ufjasuary SI 0JslSO3KXjaV Is the best Cough MedMae WMAHLJBCC A K Fleuer Oloverport K A Shell S6Ar Is IS K4U Ysxtr wU With Caaetuwta waa atjsnhsassjort Gordon A Kayae nasnaanatnaM Wttt HdUsamri wsja J SW BCaOraJUdrugUl4rfuaii Â¬ Dr Bewley Louisville was in town this week shaking hands with many staunch friends Tom Cain of Bewleyvllle braved the elements and waa a guest in town Sun Â¬ day afternoon and evening Mrs U W Franks bad a very severe illness last Tuesday night We are gad to note her steady improvement Miss Ella Hook of Hardlnsburg is a guest at Mr Green Bandys Sho came to be present at the Bandy Marshall wedding Irvlngton can boast of her pretty girls a fact obvious by the numerous beaux from a distance who beam upon our fair ones oft times Mr and Mrs A B Coleman enter- Â¬ tained at dinner Tuesday the officers and teachers of the Methodist Sunday school Au enjoyable time was bad- There will be services at the Metho- Â¬ dist church next Saturday night at 7 oclock Sunday at 11 oclock a m and 7 oclock p m Brother Hesson will preach Rev Mr Ferrell of Louisville preach- Â¬ ed Sunday morning and evenlug at the Baptist church The inclemency of the weather and bad roads prevented the usual large attendance JMlsa Nell Bandy and Charlie Marshall surprised their many friends last Wed nesday morning by quietly marrying and hieing to their new homo in Louis- Â¬ ville almost before we had time to re- Â¬ How- Â¬ cover from the shock of surprise ever we extend congratulations and hearty good wishes At the regular prayer meeting at the Methodist church last Wednesday evening Rev Jimmle Lewis our Bap- Â¬ tist Brother conducted the services giv- Â¬ ing an excellont talk on Gods Prom- Â¬ ises These meetings are a blessing to the few who attend and we would be glad to welcome more Why Christians regardless of sect do not attend these services is a question we ponder but let ua not weary in well doing The Bible tells ua where two or three are gather- Â¬ ed together etc so we take that as a promise and will continue holding these services regularly on Wednesday even- Â¬ ings hoping others will come and make the meetings a blessing not only to our own selves but to the community at EAPEVSS 2 to 225 per week BOARD TUITION f800 per term of ten weeks 31 Third Term Begins January 1898 For Information address J II B LOGAN AAAAVVVirVrAAAVtAVrVnAAArAAVWVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV HERE AND THERE QUARTERLY REPORT OF TIIK Newman of Haweavllle ia the proud father of three as pretty little girls One as can be found in all Kentucky of tho little onep Martha Hall is as CLOVERPORT KY bright as a dollar and Is as quick at At the Close of Business on the jist Day of retort as a Phladelphia lawyer December 1807 The other day Martha wandered into the dining room and found a plate con- Â¬ RESOURCES taining a small quantity of jam on the Loans and Oiscountsless loans to Dlrec- tor I146 oit71 table She took up the plate and after Loans to Officers s 670 eb Overdrafts unsecured asma eating all the jam began to lick it clean Due from Natio al Hanks 40aiT3i from Just then her mother came in and DueBankers State Banks and 1808093 said 637oS3 Banking House und Lot loooco Martha ladles do not lick plates US Bonds Other blocks and Bonds Martha very reluctlantly started to 30 80 71 Specie lconaoo put the plate down but seeing a small Currency 77676c piece of jam still on its snowy surface Furniture and Fixtures ocoro her appetite overcome her desire to be Debts In Suit ljoa36 correct and as she started to apply her f7o 16 tongue to the plate she said LIABILITIES Mamma Im no lady Capital Stock paid in in cash Geo V Breckinridge - Bank A big burly tramp knocked at the back Uoor of a residence in this city one day this week and in answer to his summons the lady of the house appea- Â¬ red Will you please give me something to eat he inquired Certainly answered the lady and she disappeared into the kitchen She remained away so long that the tramp began to have great expectations of a warm breakfast When the lady reap- Â¬ peared she had in her hand a slice of orange and a piece of cake She handed them to the tramp remarking You are such a delicate looking man that I thought I would give you a meal fit for an invalid The tramp accepted the delicacies and after a little hesitation said Cant you please add a piece of Pep sin gum to the lay out I need it to aid digestion V Undivided Profits Due Depositors as to lows vU Deposits subject to check on which intereit Is not paid 1107474 40 Time certificates of deposit on which Intereat is paid 95 183 10 Unpaid Dividenda No 47 4 per cent dared this diy Fund to pay Taxes de- - i Jooooco 79659 65W Ii8o r 70607 y7P 1 State or Kentucky County of Breckenridge f A B Skllman Cashier of the BreckenrMee Bank a Bank located and lioag business on Wall street In the city of Cloverport Ky in said cotin tv being duy sworn say that the foregoing Re port Is in all r specta a true statement of the condi tlon of the said Hank at the close ol business nn the Sist day of December IS37 to thebcstofhls knowledge and belief and further rays thst the business of said Bank has been transacted at the location named and not elsewhere and th t the above report is made in compliance with an ofÂ¬ ficial notice received from the Secretary of State designatlrg thejrst day of December 1827 rathe dayon which such report shall be made A BSK1LLMAN Cashier W II BOWMER Director 1 T SKILIMAN Director F N DHUV Director Subscribed and worn to before me by A B Sklllman Cashier the jd day of January 189S CHAS BSKILLMAN N P Commission expires Jan 6Ui 1900 V Bank ol Hardinsburg lit V Â¬ Pber ur ij Kt Zf iii ifMrtoam IMMIMlMMrii ifik Breckenridge News 12 1898 WEDNESDAY JANUARY Farm Field The Bitter Cry of the Moneyless tFrom the New York San Wcll ricant Blunders rroni Ilarpera tlazar Write the word blunder in largs liand and look at it How much mischief a blunder may do and indeed usually does with the very best inlentlont l How lasting are its ill effects clumsily aa it lias contrived to bring thorn aboull How stupid it was and how obstinate it is and how pitiable altogether are the marring and mismatching and disturbing work the blunderer manages to accom plish in the homo and the community I Now it is a case of choosing a school or a profession or a line of business for a son again it is a question of dwarfing or de- Â¬ veloping a daughters mind Again it is It gislation for an associa- Â¬ tion a club or a pariah a case of too rudely or too suddenly and abruptly overturning old customs which are strong in virtue of use and precedent or of too arrogantly introducing new meth- Â¬ ods and bo defeating an admirable pur-Â¬ pose by a miBtako in tbo initial action Tact and time would have brought about a bent flcent change gradually but the bluuderer is reckless and cannot wait for these Blower agencies When as often it is that other and smaller community of which we are thinking the household then tact and time will usually straighten out a path but the well meaning parent cannot abide in quietness he must act at once and his act is a mistake which perhaps is never set right For home blunders nnd blunders with children are the very worst of all We blunder distressingly too in very much of our treatment of tho old Youth in every period presses eagarly on to the forefront of the stage A wonderiul imperious energy possesses it and drives it forward to its conqutBts This id of necessity and nobody who has common sense complains of it the retiring gener- Â¬ ation baa bad its day and its opportunity and it must inevitably recede bofore tho advancing tide of the next In individual history howover we blunder shockingly in our attitude toward old people Half the time we behave as though they had lost reason desire and judgment mere Â¬ ly becauso physically they are less vigor- Â¬ ous than formerly and because the house they live in is a little out of repair We see this exemplified more sadly than elsewhere in the case of a mother grown old who has buried her husband and who must sbaro the home of a child Perhaps it is impossible for her to re Â¬ main by herst If in the dear old home Â¬ stead Possibly she must be like a tree torn up by the roots and transplanted to new soil There may be no help in the emergency bitter though it be But why act without consulting her with the most delicate consideration at Why determine for her every step what the shall do and where she shall go and what she shall wear and whom she shall see reminding her in every desolate and sorrowful hour that she is no longer an independent house mistress and treating her as it she were a person under authority Of all common every day blunders this is one of the most inexcusable yet it is seldom other than transparently well intentioned and those who commit it aro complacently self righteous in the matter Other blunders we make as for example trying to livo beyond our means spending all that we earn or still more fatal more than we earn We sometimes blunder in our partiality for one child bove another giving advantages to the favorite which mean restricted privileges to the rest of tho family We blunder when we make the fathsr a burden bearing pack horse while the wife and daughters are needletsly extravagant We blunder when we overwork in any direction in toil for money in toil for pleasure in toll for ambition because the one who over works burns lifes candle thriftlessly at both ends We sometlmis blunder in trying to set things riubt Lalmsfaire is a good rule in a great many of I lies problematic sit Â¬ uations Especially when it is doubtful wheth- Â¬ er our meddling interference in the business of otheis in their love affairs in the conduct of their home in their choice of a profession will do any good let ua hesitate long before we act Passive neglect may be a blunder but in a msj irity of places ic is the opposite and wholesome letting alone Is far better than euergetc management For- Â¬ giveness for Woll meaat blundering must be sought by many of us on ourknecs If you have it by you read E It Bills familiar poem of which the burden is Be merciful to me afool and then let us all be careful to take its lesson home It ia sad indeed for any of us when Â¬ heart-breaking Â¬ Â¬ M Garden THE MANURE QUESTION Stable Mannrea and Chemical Fertllltera Insect That Ilreed In Manure Different soils require different treatÂ¬ ment or in other words tho fertilizers that ono may roquiro would not bo nocded by tho other Ono soil may bo deficient in lime another in potash whllo tho third may bo thirsting for nitrogen and for special purposes every ono must dotcrmluo for himself according to his own situation and circum- Â¬ stances what tho needs of his soil aro for the crops ho is to produce It is generally supposed tho barnyard furnishes tho best plant food and at tho least cost American Gardening says in this connection This may or may not bo truo All doponds upon tho crops to bo grown If such only aro grown as do siro a frco supply of nitrogenous matter it will do but plants rnubt liavo certain mineral substances somo of which soom nccossary to both as stimulants or con Â¬ diments and which act upon and with tho food in fitting it for use Soil fertil- Â¬ ity will bocomo impaired by tho con- Â¬ stant uso of stablo manure whero culti Â¬ vated crops aro steadily grown and tho samo is truo with chemical fertilizers which impoverish tho soil by not keep ing up tho balanco of humus Tho sta Â¬ blo mannro does not furnish tho miner als nnd tho chomical fertilizers do not furnish tho humus required for tho plants Consequently with a mora than liberal application of oithor tho soil does not yield as abundantly as it would do if given tho kind of food tho plants roquiro and as they want it It thoroforo follows that tho two kinds must bo used together in ordor to get tho best results Insects aro found in tho greatest abundanco in decaying animal or vege Â¬ table matter their mission boing to con sumo such Bosidos that whllo fermen Â¬ tation is tho moro activo tho roproduo tion is tho moro rapid tho boat boing favorablo to tho hatching of tho oggs and tho development of tho larvm Thcso will always bo present whoro thcro is manuro but they will bo far loss nu merous whero tho manuro is thoroughly rotted beforo it is applied to tho soil Tho insect quostion has many sides Tho majority of insects do not como bo causo of tho manuro applied but bo cause of tho crops that aro to bo grown Every vegetable lias its insect cnomy Tho brassica has its caterpillar tho as Â¬ paragus its boetlo tho onion its maggot tho squash and potato thoir own bugs When any insect finds its feeding ground it will immediatoly establish a colony in anticipation of a roturning crop tho coming season Should tho progeny find it they will not only dostroy but again deposit thoir eggs from which tho larvro will dovolop for tho destruction of yet another crop To thwart thoir purposes a rotation of crops will becomo necessary and in mpstjlnstances tbia will provo an effectual remedy Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The explanation of the discontent with existing currency conditions which at tho South underlies and animated tho demand for currency reform legislation is found in the resolution adopted on Wednesday by tbo Southern Bankers Convention at Atlanta Ga Among the other things thoy mention as desirable aro theso tncreaso the amount of gold am sti ver in circulation among our people Give sroallor towns the advantage of better banking facilities bo that every honest man will havo meted out to him the credit he is entitled to Givo producers of every kind In every section ample curroncy at reasonable rates of interest to handle and hold their crops or manufactures until they deslro to dispose of them Givo lower and equalized rates of In Â¬ terest throughout tho United States All theso things resolve themselves into one moro money for tho moneyHow legislation can furnish it ex less cept by giving tho money outright to those who need it nobody can explain That thero is in the country already an amply sufficient supply of coin and pa Â¬ per monoy the accumulation of both in this city and at other financial centres plainly shows Tho difficulty is to get it distributed in localities whero it is now scarce and that difficulty can bo removed only by tho industry and econ- Â¬ omy of tho people of those localities Doubling the number of themselves hanks and quantity of bank nolo in ex istence would under present conditions only double the unused surplus of cur- Â¬ rency without helping those with whom it Is now lacking to got any portion of it Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ racavd 12550 10 iANDY CATHARTIC A 2000 Word - 35s f CURE CONSTIPATION VlJJalllll III IIIJIILU Je in connection with The Atlanta Weekly Constitutution a new offer In which everyone may have a chance to supply the missing word in this sentence This paper announces WkWmUmMM ALL DRUGGISTS nttortl remit a AT FIRST IT WAS CONSIDERED UY THE L HbbUhU 1 Ch I UUflnAn 1 CitU tl never nip or nipebat rtnue nirago momrrii I pi ana doabih rrre aa mkhmmi iinnrni n fit Bin AS A GOOD OMEN A Dutschke WITH Son CO 220 Tenth Street The sentence is tnken from n well known publication The word Is n familiar one nnd it may readily suggest Itself BUCKNER TOBACCO WAREHOUSE iNCOXrORATEDI Contest Began Ian TO ENTER THIS 1 Ends March SUISCRIIE FOR 1 1 i m 313310 Chapel Street llct Mnln and Market an J 210 LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY CONTEST YOU MUST Special Attention Four Months Storage Tree Given to Private BUCKNR TOBACCO 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do this good work Try it Freo trial bottle at A R Fishers Drug Store JOHNSON mflNatMHNM MANAGER I fan JOUISYILLE KY t r tji rN V At the end of period covered by this contest The Constitution will pay out to the succexsful party or parties the full prize amount that has accrued In the contest The plan Is simple and these contests have become so and have been conducted with such absolute fairness to all that hey have been widely copied after but none have become equal to The Constitutions Kreat original scries IN ONE YEAR THE CONSTITUTION NEARLY In these missing word contests We Want to per cent of the subscrip Â¬ tion tund received from subscribers guessing at the missing word and Is given to the successful guesser or guessers In the contest this fund The fund Is distributed with absolute fairness and the fact that The Weekly Constitution has MOMS THAN 1M0UU subscribers and that It aside 10 per cent from all ubcrlptlons fiuts fund shows that the amountguessers divided at each for this dlstrlbu to bo Interval Is large enough to be worth striving for It Is not a catch penny or a deceit- Â¬ ful proposition but the pnn Is open nnd simple and IS ADMITTED to the mHlls lif Hi Punt Wire Departmental a nierlturliiii content It seta aside 6000 10 HAS PAID OinV- - nmaagb IN CASH i Remind You MW The took roni which the ix ntcnce Ik taken Is At pmltM In h mffty vaalt timler seal and will b opuiM at the cli ne nf the conteM lielorv a comvtcnt committee which luakta the nnard alter an exami nation of the imbncrlptlon books In one of these contests there was only one successful guesser who received more than 1000 and In addition to this In one year I50M has been dstrlbuted among successful guessers Ilemember that whether the missing word is supplied or not It cost nothing to rupss and even though not successful the guesser get THE GREATEST OF Perhaps You Forget ALL WEEKLY NEWSPAPERS FOR ONE YEAR Keeping Onion In Winter Thero is no difficulty in keeping on ions In winter provided they aro kept in b dryplaco whoro if onco frozen they will stay frozen until spring Tho cellar is always too warm for them Thoy will begin to rot and also to spront loug be Â¬ fore spring Says American Cultivator We havo fonnd tho best placo a dry loft in the horso barn whero tbo onions can bo spread thinly with somo bay thrown over them Tho hay is not to prevent freezing That is always expect Â¬ ed But onco frozen tho bay is so poor a conductor that ordinary winter thaws aro too short to affect them On no ac Â¬ count should onions bo handled when thoy are frozen It is sure to make them rot but if they thaw out undisturbed they will bo as fresh in spring when taken from tbo loft as thoy wero when put up and with very littlo loss Tbo whlto skinned varieties are howover very poor keepers and this plan may not succeed with them though it is moro likely to than any other wo know Beet Instead of Dare Tallow If farmers undertake sugar beet grow Â¬ ing the crop should bo ono of rotation This conld well be substituted for tho bare fallow to which wasteful practico so many farmers in this state aro wed- Â¬ ded A bulletin from the Oregon sta- Â¬ tion says that it has been proved both in Europe and in this country that it is much more profitable as well as better for the land to raise a crop of beets than to allow the ground to lie fallow In Â¬ stead of substituting beets for soma oth- Â¬ er crop they should be mado supple Â¬ mental to those at present available No farmer should think of giving up cereals or potatoes for beets but ho can by proper cultivation devote one fifth of his land to beet culture and raise as much from the remainder as though nono of the land waa occupied by beets Thero ia no crop which could better fall into A rotation suitable to Oregon than sug Â¬ ar beets In California it has been found a most excellent crop to precede barley giving both a better yield cf grain and a better quality tr- Experiment With Cora At the Illinois station cultivation ox perimenta were made on a small field J A Perkins of Antiquity 0 was divided into ten plats and planted with for thiity years needlessly tortured by Burrwhito corn From ono plat the physicians for the cure of eczema He weeds were removed but no cultivation was quickly cured by using DaWitta was given Ono plat waa mulched with grass pix inches deep after tho first cul- Â¬ Witch Hazal Salve the famous healing tivation Another was cultivated deeply salve for piles and skin diseases Short with a double shovel plow and the re Â¬ Haynea maining pints were cultivated from one to six inches deep with a barrow toothed Wanted to Know cultivator Tho results show a great in Tho three Pastor Coma out to church tomor- Â¬ difference to cultivatioa row I feel wro you will enjoy tho ser Â¬ highest yields were from the mulched mon plat tho uncultivated plat and tho plat FriendWho is going to preach cultivated six inches deep Ideal coadi Harlem Life tioas aa to moisture- - existed during tbo season and made cultivation of less im Â¬ Crank X Youthful portance Clergyman Yes my younff friends lftor a It rained 40 days and 40 nights very week My Small Boy Wkea did they play o After a favor I w their postponed gamos Now York Mood waa poor aa I I had catarrh My Jouraal When I broke rat with pinpla taking Hoods Sawaparllla the eeld is a all embracing li3fM Dont be deceived or A to dioappoar and this mm e Msaaou It ctafli the lungs wltfa pinptoa aoswtied aad y oatarrh persuaded to use anything else sow kboy are all goa HHiaoiM It stmiiMawi tweak ttawR the i oJUwd W Wmliy Collins 1128 Mather FHesa I the neateat lung Miiwii ItpokMMi tba blood by de CboaUiam itraot XaohvllW Tmmmmm priving il it wktanri supply of oxygMa Waa aafciliag Roods Film aro May to toko aaoy to Dr BU wf w fha ImMimiHnil PN WWW1HWI W ooldaoiall ikMoriptV euMfor MwatuiBd Ika aVttatafl JlbIat AL TJp4 tMtoaiat wu Our bard wall meaning band wa thrust Among tho iurttrinif of a friend BbU 7vr W Hletd Qodfl Second Great Commandment Whenever I hear or think of that old Sometimes that wo havo n complete assortment plalntivo song Whero is My Wander of SHOES RUBBERS nnd OVERSHOES for ing Boy To night it always touches a men women nnd children and oven babies sympathetic chord in my bosom for the Wo will sell a good Bolid school shoo ono that parents whoso boys aro wandering away from the protecting shelter of a good tho boys wont kick through in a hurry as low home What to do with the boys beas 125 This shoo fits well and looks well also tween fifteen and eighteen years old has been a question of the most anxious solicitude to loving parents since the world began It is a transition state with them They itro conscious tiiey are no longer children or boys mere E tools in the hands of their parents to do and say as directed nor feel tho strong independent impulse of the sure enough man hut are restless and impatient to parental restraint wanting to be men yet without the courage to act their conviction Sjo how thoy play the in- Â¬ nocent boys during the sunny hours of the day when all acts are exposed Then under cover of darknes3 see how bold and persistent they assume the role of manhood in its worst phases of vice and sin fastening on themselves habits oftentimes that not only destroys their J future usefulness in this life but sinks A tooth may decay lor years before it aches It costs hr their immortal souls to Buffering and loss both in money and discomfort to take care of small cavi Â¬ No won- Â¬ misery in the world to come Â¬ ties than large ones Come any time and have your teeth ex- Â¬ der that dear old song wakes up a feeling of sympathy in the hearts of all amined No charge for it Wo will be at Irvington on Wed Â¬ parents No wonder kind friends and nesday and Thursday after the fourth Monday of each month neighbors interest themselves in the This interest welfare of your boys this hoart felr sympathy makes all par- Â¬ WILDER HARDIN ents fell akin They have gone into no compact to watch after each others boys but instinct and natural love for their own leads to this And right here this love for our own boys welfare so expands She Conld Not Sing- SMOKED CANARY BIRDS hearts that we though unconscious Singorly to friend recently married our Why old man you look sad and de Â¬ y take our neighbors boys under our Do Cloud From a ripe DeTelop a Well jected Have yon met with n disappoint Color In Their Tlumage watchful care The more parents do venture A little old shocmakor who has a ment in your matrimonial this the more they will be blessed in Wedorly Alas yes My wife cannot training of their own dear boys be- Â¬ busy old sty Id cobbling Bhopon tbo cast the nnd ho ban pe Â¬ sing cause it is the fulfilling of Gods acond side is a bird fanoior Slngerly Cant sing I Why man canaries Ono night great commandment Love thy neigh- culiar ideas about bis leather coverod that ought to causo you to rejoice I on ho was sitting Yours Ac congratulated bor as thyself bench smoking an extremoly odorous think you aro to bo Tnos II Ditto Wederly But tho trouble is that she quality of tobacco in n black pipo A Chicago News onetmnnr unn wllHni for 111 111 to finish thinks sho can straightening up a worn heel and ho What Everybody Knowi made several remarks concerning tho birds which hung about tho cobblers Or ouch t to know is that health and shop They wero fanoy birds and ho even Ufa itsolf depends upon the condi Â¬ it when the Creator said to woman could not help noticing it Finally ho tion of the blood Feeding asmuBtdoes be body it In sorrow shalt thou bring forth asked tho shoemaker how bo got such ad the organs of the pure in order to give proper a curse was pro- Â¬ richly colored birdsbreeding and part in rich and that children nourishment Hoods Sarsaparllla makes nounced acrainst the human race the Its part in tbo said tho cobbler the blood pure rich and nourishing andÂ¬ atmosphere the nerves but the joy felt by every Mother You ralso birds in a shop whoro two in this way strengthens tho stomach cre and appetite tones when she first presses to her heart or three men aro constantly smoking ates an up the health Hoods Sarsap babe proves the contrary and in timo you will get tho darkest builds wards off colds pneumonia and her arilla Danger and suffering lurk in orango color if you uso n littlo judg Â¬ fevers which are prevalent at this time the pathway of the Expectant ment in mating aud they dont run to Mother and should be avoided green DK MENDENHALLS I should think that tobacco smoko that she may reach the hour when IMPROVED real- Â¬ would bo unwholesome for tho birds the hope of her heart is to be said tho visitor ized in full vigor and strength CUBE On the contrary it makes them CHILL AND hardy and sooms to bo good for thorn every way Womon who havo canarios mnll In wnll ttt nut them WherO thOV so relaxes the cau got a littlo tobacco smoko onco in system and as awhilo although I dont tmuK cigaretto would do thorn much sists Nature smokoneed is strong tobacco good What smoko from the nec- Â¬ they an old pipo liko this or tho smoko from essary change cigar Ive raised my best birds takes placeÂ¬ a black had two Jours woruing m mis when I without Nau- littlo Bhop with mo and all of us smok Â¬ sea Headache ing pretty nearly all tho timo Nervous br Then tho old man sighed and said laWaW Ii TfaTlKalaaK Gloomy Fore- Â¬ That was- - beforo they half soled uud boding of da- Â¬ hoeled shoes whilo you wait beforo ncer he maohiuos were usod for cobbling No approntico for or robbed of its pain twonowtbreo jours and anwith my birds tryitfg hour is mo I sit hero nlono and suffering as so many happy pegging away aud keopiug them woll mothers have experienced imokod GUARANTEED TO OOMC Now York Huu Nothing but Motaors Frloa4docs AND Â¬ Keep that In view nnd send your guess with your clubbing subscription for your home paper and The Weekly Constitution Should you already be a nibscriber to your home paper remit I to this paper for The Weekly Constitution for one year and it will be forwarded to The Constitution with your guess The Constitution Riiarnntdcs that the amount of the award will not be less than 500 in cash uud It may be as much as 2000 THE WEEKLY CONSTITUTION IS 1 HE GREATEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER IN THE WORLD It is a TWELVE PAGE NEWSPAPER containing EIGHTY KOUR COLUMNS every week It has no equal as a Weekly Newspaper in America its netfi reports cover the world and lis correspondents nnd agents are to be found in almost every bailiwick of the South em and Western States A 11 K U A AN K It prints more mntw thsn 11 ordlnnrlly fonnd In any mapulne In the coontrj NEW DRESS GOODS W BROWN Irvington Ky AH AH AN IIDIICATOII It Is Hsclioolliotiwlnltwlfjayears reading of The Oondtttntlonb a liberal education 1TH SlWIAI FKATirilKS commend Itcipodnlly to every farm home In America ITS KAIt1l AM IA It SI Kits lllllAKTMKNr II Womnn i Department nnd Its CMI ntile ilrens Drnnrltnenl nreall irnclrr nv illrcrtlon nnd lire 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prices we guarantee it Address MANY THINK Rockport Saw Works Rockport Intl -- 4 1 i i MOTHERS FRIEND that WM Complete In Every Detail YOU WILL FIND 4 Memorandum Books Stationery Blank Books Soaps Beceipt Books Note Books Ledgers Hair Brushes Tooth Brushes Combs Sponges andt Ink zzmtNOTJONS TO LETsmzy School Supplies Tn-Tt-Uo- l all throat awl lung Mftf to I mm to MM 4MMwtA BayaW monia Tt ta tmA It ia ewy to catch a cold and just m easy to get rid of it if you commence early to uee One Minute Cough Care It bfoachltk enres cough cold twMw M Ab4 Motarto CHILLS hi Vom PKVSR Periodicals and Magazines PrtM oonto at nil DMlwt PftHFrSM 9MLV Vf jno d babbage CLOVERPOftT Mtil X lnnnar ia toka MM M4b7SIIQffSATB8 O MKNXKNIIAXdX BVAMVIU1 IM Kt Orivt film Pnopt At ih m ami - --- - -- - - KIIMWiVDPi NEWS J2 1888 PWI EDMUND BURKE tWCKEHRIDGE LINCOLNS CLASTIC PARDOtf Narar Altaload Hlh Oftot Though Harko never nttabtpd bigk Do ofllco his ubilitloswcro sorcrwfiloas to dUconi qualify bitn for any post which aTcabl sad net minister could fill His practical ef Ilrmn lli tVlilngtn Pint child birth can wisdom was as conspicuous as his jfowcr Henalor Mills Iim a now story about be almost of fienernllratlon No ono had a clearrr Jncoln It wu told to lilin by a aon of tlrelr avoided comprehension oro firmer grnsp of great John L Helm of Kentucky who liven WJneofCardul principles of universal application at rcllevcaex In Corulcaiis the tamo tlmo his policy in every de Â¬ ptcUnt moth Old Jfm U HhIiij raid tho Bonator partment of English politics rested on era It gives a wldo and solid basis of information tonetothegen She Played Against 50- - vim a famous chnractor In Kentucky ltalorgansand Ho was steopod Ih tho and oxpcrlonco Ilu wm If f remembfr rightly a Gov nuts thein in history of tho past yet ponotratod ernor of tho Htate but at any rato IiIh 000 In a lame of condition to do their work through and through with tho reality of ponlllon wah a moat promlnoiit one perfectly That makes preg-Â¬ tho present and ovor nnd always mind- Â¬ ncarlc When tlm civil war cnino on Helm wan nancy less painful shortens Granqy Metcalfe ful of that futuro lu which tho specula labor and battens recovery niter a rabid Bccfflslonlnt Ho could not pralms tions nnd measures of tho day worn to child birth It helps a woman the Houth too highly ami could not heap bo tested and finally approved or con I ui fT jrt W 4 44 aWl all f U bear strong healthy children s M dirilf enough abuse upon thu North lie was t4 litf nwilM thtt fear domuod His prodigious activity la pab Won at The TrTSBgh The Kantuoklin 7llfit taUfaf isM brifll r tM ffiriti I vtll tr Urn old to go Into the war ttlth IiIh hoiih Ho affairs sprang not from an intolleo thtl I kr Hiif c4 tf r4r tnt M 0 Xiu jUk FitTasvHvfr II ilf ptttiufti ra Qimt He Wtt Beaten In tual souroo alone nor from his imperial and remained at home doing nil lie Wfetp ll u lurit irlpfw wtll Ur Mf sWM til taM sMf b4 vM bH IX wKAsnt It patriotism constantly fod from It was could to help tho Confederate cause nnd Mm M A Mauun in StU 4U Bi TUtt tj Another Way an inexhaustible storo of moral cnorgy ImrasHtliii Yankees who Invaded the Ho was nnlmatod by a detestation of all DR HELLS lias also brought happiness to Htate Filially he btxnmuw obstreperous forms of oppression whothor by kings thousands of homes barren for that the Federal Cimivral who wan in or govomors parllnmouts or peoples enr A few doses often brings Strange Story of an old Grewtome Look romuinud near Helms homo put lilin in Pina-Tar-Hon- ey ay to loving hearts that long which was in him a consuming passion prison The old mniia ngn tho high for n darling baby No woman from which his noblo nature could only Ing Home In San should neglect to try It for this position which he occupied in the Htate obtain roilof by dcuunolntioii of tho op Â¬ trouble It cures nine cases out Francisco pressor nnd tho dostruotlon of his power bin wide connection nnd t Hpuclally IiIh of ten All druggists sell Wine I cannot help thiuklng that Uurko Inability to do any actual harm were nil of Cardul ffl oo per bottle must havo boon stimulated too and pleaded In his extenuation and ho was sustainod by delight in his studios aud mleaneil Inttteail of profiting by tliu Tor idvlc In umi requlrlnr iptcltl his work It is impossible without In 1807 thorn stood an old faith Innrd warning U ol4 by All draft or Knt upon Ipt t direction dJreu lirlnr jrmptom the old man became morn per nt tiHrtauVM IAa mrA til hAkAiUk rtof F counting this ns nn additional inccutlvo Lidlei Adrltory Pcptrlmnt1 Ilia n WW WJ flivr awv rvviUM alianty tuut of tliu locality now occupied slstent Th Chtltinoocs MtJIclna Co Chilu Tk K S SUwU4 IiMh t- than ever In Ills couish Once to understand tho amazing Industry MmI t by tliu ireiQUtutiou oonvnnt in front of nocn Tens more lie wiih clapped into Jull This hap which lio dovotod to tho eluoldatiou of tlio graveyard nnd tliu iiooplo In tlin all tho groat questions dcnlt with in his Sold by SHORT HAYNES pened two or three tlmoi and tlnnlly Mn LOUISA IIALl neighborhood used to tall itnuiKo atnrios speeches and writings How his inothod while he was still looked up tliu matter ofJifT8rfonC iiyii about tliia KrQWtioniu looking dwelling reproves tho habit too common in our Whtn I flnt look Win of Crdul was InoiiKht to the attention of the Fed mi hid baan married Ihra yasri but For fftvornl yoara ltd occupancy wax np day ns in other days of dobatlng sub REPORTS coulil not luva any ehlldran eralautlioritltti Kven Frcsldent llil Kins jects nfTootlng tho fate of millions of our jmrontly ooullnod to n decrepit old man monlhi utar I had a flna girl Uby ooln was ajipealed to and nbkid to follow creatures as if they oould bo dis who uiod to crawl in and out about onco posed of by echoing tho chatter of igno Louisville Ky Jan 12 1808 a day Iil nrnia filled with imokugos commit the anient 4jiilherner to an imlemilte conlliu ment In order that he rance or projmllco or vanity orsolf in from tho market Bblppsri ibinld mark all paekagw plaloly might be curbed torestl When wo read Uurkos speech on Ho wa known in tho neighborhood iih Foxs East India bill wo say What a with shippers asms aad piit offlos addraii Lincoln Untuned to the Uatoiiinnt ol Olio Mora Illicit old dago though in reality ho wiih tho Tobucconlht If youll koop qulot great proconsul iio would havo madol n native of Alsuco For Mivurnl yenm lia the MHO with more than usual lute nut BUTTER Then he leaned buck and begun to speak about it Ill toll you how I ninuago to Whou wo road his speech ou concilia- Â¬ Cholot lived a liurmita lifu ami tho neighbor H 15 of cigars When it man tion with Amorlcn wo fool that tho Madlam oonntrj You are mako money out got no nuouRtouied to IiIh oouiliigH and Willi a smile upon his face greatest of colonial ministers was lost comes in and asks mo for n good cigar Orsaaary golnga that oven the hiiiiiU boyH forgot talking about old man loliu Helm in him and when wo road his speech on to moleiit liliu Hut one morning all tho Well did you know that I lined to live t invariably recommend that brand thnt economical reform wo exclaim Horo is Idas costs inn thu least It is it great sohomo gonilpa found food for iionvurtmtlon by when I ww a boy In lleline town 16 rmh Ilu Customer Thats so Wluit idiots uu ideal uhuucollorof thooxclioquerl tho nppuarnnco of a lemarkably lovely wiih kind to me lie seemed In like me ATnxRs they must nil be I Hy tho way I want J OConnor Power iu North American young womun who went out to and re Prima whit goal Itoviow a boy ami he never lost an opporyou to recommend it good cigar to mo Mlxtd turned from tho hutclierH hIiiII and tho hh Tobacconist Wull confidentially I Old A Cure for Lamo Back grooorn HhoHpokoKiigliiih Imperfectly tunity to help me He seemed to think No 1 duok Uuh ami with u very pronouuceil French said Lincoln with another of IiIh almost ndviso you to tuko ono of thexc My daughter when recovering from Only nuo moro Idiot P0ULTRX accent Thin llttlo oatiiu wax diMtiued pathullo fiinllce that 1 would probably tonic r goes out an attack ol favor was a groat sufferer Hani par lb Boston Transcript 5 to bo tho Hcemi of it very dramatiu iuui make something of a man Why when thats nil b 6 Spring Ohlokani par from pain in tho back and hips writes dent in tliu history of California gam I went out to Illinois poor and un5 0 Duoksperlb Loudon Grovor of Surdls Ky After Qaaie par doa tllng 4 00 Free PilU known that man gave mo the money to using quiet a numborof remedies with- Â¬ It was natural thnt a girl aa iirottyna pay my way ami keep mo until I got n POTATOES fiend your address to IF K Hucklon Irene nhnuld not lm lung without nil out any benefit she tried one bottle of Irlih par banal naw 1 75CJ1 00 Oh yep I know k Co Chicago and got a reo sample box uilrern to it oamo to mm that the win start John Helm Chamberlains Pain Halm and it has New Li Ami I know what I own to him of Dr Klng8 Now Life Fills A trial Sweat poUtoiper bu 00 60 dow of tho old hoilbo weio llglited up him glvon entlro relief Cliamborlalns Pain From itore 1 to t oti higher I think I can II x IiIh case will convince you of their merit Those Iiiilm is also a certain ivory evening and tint Frenchman do rheuma- Â¬ Navy Beam par buihal cure or pills are easy in action and aro particular- Â¬ vulopod tho natural hospitality of his And then mild Senator Mills Lin ROOTS raou and gnvu llttlo dluuertf and Huppero coin went to a disk and wrote a few ly effective lu tho euro of Constipation tism Sold by A It Fisher Cloverport Olniaag i 152 f0 to IiIh exiled couiitryiueii Hut among words The bit ol writing Ih treasured and Sick Headache For Malaria and It A Shollman Stephonsport Senlea Snake II Pink those iih wiih only natural thuro weio in thu Helm household to this day Liver troubles they Imvo boon proved 16 Yellow Ilu Wu Gruel 21 IimIiiu Homo who existed not by houent TIiIh Is what the Ircsldent wrote Invaluable They nro guaranteed to bo Wild Ginger S Mrs Nubbuus My husbaud is a per try but by tho gaming table Among 5 Ladj Bllnper I hereby pardon John I Holm of perfectly Ireo from every deleterious sub feet brute thorn wan n young man of Htrlkiug ap o Hi May Apple They Friend You iimtzo mo lllood jiearunco who had nerved in Franco iih Kentucky or all that he has ever done stance aud to be purely vegeiablo Mrs Nubbous Sluco tho baby began ouh ollleler in it huswir regiment had against the tnlted Stales and all that he do not weaken by their action but by FIRM BKKD8 gone the pace ruined liiniMilf and llnal ever will do giving tone to stomach and bowels great- Â¬ toothing nothing would qulot tho llttlo Timothy per buihel 140 Olover per buihel 3 10 ly drifted out to Ban FruiitiiNon whero ly Invigorate tho system Regular alto angel but pulling his papas board and AiumiAJi Lincoln Orlmioo Olover per buihal yesterday he went and had his board Red Top liu became the hunger on of tliu gambling 25o per box Hold by Short A Haynes 45 pu buihal shaved oil London Tit Hits ttililo Orohard Uran per buihal MIhh Alllo Hughes Norfolk 120 Ya was Druggists Blue Qran fanoy par buihel Louis La Marrouals was it strikingly frightfully 85 burned on tiie fucu and neck Hoarseness loads to serious irritation Blue Orati extra per buihel Itnudsomn aiitxiiiiiuii of tliu larlnlan of laln was instantly relieved by IMVItta 0 00 of tho throat and may end in a rooking Onion Sets Yellow per buihel Itimil unilltlver bin olasH It did not take him very long 0 00 Whit Witch Hsicel Halve which healed the Tho bravo Ilcrro Stuppn tho Swiss rasping cough From this condition it to gain the contldeueuot tho old French HIDKS man and to him lie oontlded tliu story Injury without leuvlng a near It U tho general having been deputed by thu 1U Is but a step to serious lung trouble Qreea rood VK cautous to solicit tho arrears of pay Dr Holls Pino Tar Honey will quickly Dry Salt good of his life It wiih not a very uvontfut faniousjillo remedy Short it HuyniH 11 14 IS one Ho wan it member of an old Freuoh which had been owing for n long tlmo clear the throat aud leave tho voice clear Dry flint good Sheep ikini 50 family and could umi If ho phmied a IH1SOLUTION IOM I HH NIW VIUU to tho Swiss otllcers In thu French serv- Â¬ and smooth It is an infallible remedy WOOL ice M du Louvols thu war inlulstor title which dated back to Jharltm tliu or all disorders of tho throat and lungs Tob wsihed 126 who wiih prcsout said to tho king Hold Ho had been ruined by the ex Oreane fine IS 116 Get a bottle to day travngnuco of IiIh younger brother and A llrljiht Llttlo Letter Prom n Hrlght Louis XIV Burrjr 14 Hiro tlioso Swiss nro very Importu Â¬ was then living on the income of a lit Ulaek Little llrl Stjlltl Kventag lloillc Barry and Ooti 10 16 nate If your majesty hud all thu money tie property in Hrittany which he had MISCELLANEOUS Tho simplest and perhaps tho roost that your royal predecessors Imvo given saved from tho wreck Irene wiih hid Tallow Iiimmuov Jan 1st IfiliS Dtor Mr to that people it would form it road fashionable bodleo for oven ing wear Beeswax only child and lie lilolUed her For her H says it New York fashion authority is Borghum Molaues sake alone he wanted to be rich Ho Kdllor Ah Mr Santa Claim lias come tioiu Iuils to Hanoi 00 Stuppn tho full blouo shape of chiffon droop Â¬ observod That may bo wanted to take her lmuk to Franco and and brought tiie a ring and lias gone for FLOUR witli an uir of ilrmuess but ut thu ing over n fitted silk lining thu top cut nigh grade patent reinstate her in tho position to which another jeur 1 will wiito to you 6 75 Tho sumo tlmo If your majesty hud nil thu out iu square or rounding fashion with Straight Patent a her rank entitled her 60 eartli Is wrapped In a beautiful coat of blood Low Uradei 4 60 Tho ox huHsar won the old man into that thu Swiss have shed lu thu a full tullo ruoho a unrrow band of the belief that IiIh only chanco of getting pure will u snow tho pure tork of it toi vice of Franco it would form it river fur n fall of laoo or bended rovers to No S Mixed at storeCORN 29 finish tho edge Tho alcoves consist of No 1 White rich was through gambling Ho night divine ruler who bowed the heawiH from Furls toUufcol 2 am started the earth in Hh revolutions short full pulTa similarly trimmed Tho king was so struck with tho ol utter night old Leseuut was found at OATS the V Ilorwlo or some other gaming more than two thoutuud jtareiigo Ilia bervittion that ho ordered M doLouvoU This is a basis for any kind of llower No 1 Whit 37 trimming that titsto suggests Hows of No 3 16 hell losing hU money under the dlroo wonderful works still roll on and Ho to pay thu whole of tho money without J5 Nuggets t ion of the moil mentor One night Irene takea old and young friends away from delay shaded pink roses devoid of follago are No 1 Mixed Oati No S 26 iu groat usu ou ovonlng gowns this win- Â¬ followed hliu there to bring him buck uh He gluHUH joungor ones to grow WHEAT The progressive ladles o Westfleld ter us aro maidouhalr fern nndHlao mid her itrat vUU was it fateful one No 3 Long Berry 05 up In their stead to be taken bom uh Ind issued a Womaua Edition ol the sprays laid upon strands of pluk or or Tom Alonroe it lCentuckhui one of tho o z lied 05 wildest and most nxiklesn cliaruotcrtt of sooner or latt r My friends re member WeatlloUl News bearing date of April 51 ungo satin ribbou uot more than an Inch No 3 n RYE tliut period mtw her udmlrwl her and your close ami dear Irionds Pray for 1MHI The paper Is tilled with matters ol ami it half wide No 3 Weatern tin m and hi lp them ami be usolul to Interest to women and we notice tho 61 HWoro that she uliould booonio his prop erty ONIONS Mrs Mary lHrd Harrisbuig Pa says them or HJiue o tliem will pass away fallowing from a correspondent which It Is not necessary to recite tho inci befoie another year paiws by I have the editors printed roallx ug that it My child Is worth millions to me yet barrel 2 I dents that led up to the scene which lost one out ol our lust cars circle a BACON j treats upon a matter o vital importance I would havo lost her by croup had I were related to mo by an eyewitness It dear and losing Shoulder 6 auut tho sweetest and to thslr sex Tho best remedy for not invested twonty tlve cents in a bot Â¬ Clear rib ildai is suOleleut to any that Lu --MavronaU best of christians u loving sister to my croup colds aud bronchitis that I tle o Ono Minuto Cough Cure It Clear side 6 had ooiivluowl the old FVeucluuan that mother Do the Inst or them while have beonable to llud Is Chamberlalua curea coughs colds and all throat aud Lard In tlereea 44fl Mmiroo would stakti 50000 agaiiiht tho hand if Irene If he won hho wan you have them with ou He thankful Cougli Heiuody For family o it haa lung troubles Short A Haynes to become hU wife hut if ho lout tliu or all ol Hh tilings We cannot nortiual I gladly recommond It 5 Chinese cauuot bo telegraphed Fig Â¬ nyuiey van to become tho Frenchmans realist the good we have around us as and 60 tvnt bottles for sale by A H lu a Chicago Art aallaijr ures havo to be used corresponding to jvroporty and Irtuio was freo to Uktnw well as when one o tin so links are It seems to mo tho perspective in certain words Only one eighth of the Fisnor Cloveiport It A Shellman her ntTwthma whereter she ilmvd broken All ol my slstets and brothers Stepheusport this picture is faulty words in tho language are in this codo Irene was Informed of this tropositlon Tho er whatT borne Christmas and my prayer but this has been fouud sufllcleut for mul she looked resigned and rather weie at Tho porspootlvo is we may all bo ttgther next Christ practical purposes manned at tho tranwuitlou Rules 1 or Living Long Oh yes that part of it is very ugly 1 musaiid all with greater hlttslug The eventful night urrhwi Almiroo h New York 1 Uurt Itiom 1 Its laid on too thick and you can buy the old man Ixnils Irene and it friend made a rt soullou todo the brst I can this Sir Jatuta Sawyer has been confiding better frames than that one for tl a itml countryman of tho bci t wore the year and hope all that read this may doxcu Chicago Tribune wily inmate of the llttlo room The make the same determination and live the m rot ol longevity to a Hirmlnghnm game was wrte and the curds which to write a leeordof their kind deeds ol ait lleuce Like so many other secrets Louis had marked lay upon tiie table the iir aud by standing ta our promise Ii couslsta lu paying attention to a mini A Miserable Condition CURES MM IN The old man got tho deal Monroe cer her ol small details Here Is a schedule tlfled clieck for 50000 was placed in will Improve ami make the wiulcg gen ot them collected Trie HACK Ml HIS the reports of Doctors Could Not ltollove rout the cvuuxiy of tho hutwur Tho old man erallon better May the old lite to in K1DNBYS DlflBBTBS OUKKD by Que Bottte worked thu king in tliu tlrt deal and struct the young aud the young men Sir James Sawyers lecture DSOfSr BinODIt 1 Kigtit hours sleep when thu pack chuugtHl lunula ho hud grow up to be geater expounders ot the OIHVEL uamftkr Sleep on your right aide the lost of the game Tho play weut on scripture than the old prophets May ekoHHs rrc CT6 mid In the last luuitl 2d wnvo tcoud every the young ladles grow up to make better J Keep jour bedroom window open lolnt more iutfu1 wives tlait Martha Wash all night Ireue U minor iriumted the Ken 4 Have a mat on jour bedroom lugtou May our county paper Til YEARS SUCCESS tuoklau niching fur iiU uJieok llKUkKMuiHiKXiwg Improve aud tl r still At this moment tho lights were tUhed 9 Do uot have your bedstead agalost out and Aliuiroo fell to the floor from may the editor ami my lather live to to meet at many wles hi the far oil fu the wall the stroke of some heavy iiutrumeut tl Nu cold tub In Ibe morulig but a The only dUlntemUHl upttutor of the ture Is the wish ot your little friend bath at the temperature of the body MHUo tied from the room The next juer IJ MVKV lUsta SSmwI Hlk ail imi kihIami Ttr cle a4 hlk morning there wan uo sign of life in the 7 FftXerclse before breakfast 4 fojif brli Waiver- JJ t3S old house mid In tiie evening when the S Kit little meat and see Hut It la Persons who are tioubled with hull lullkuiau kuookvd he heard it gmuilng gestlou will U lutervsttHl lit the exper Â¬ well cooked from tho luside He fwcvd his way Into 0 For adults Drluk uo milk the house and dlQer d tho wretched ience of Wm H 1juu ehlel clerk In tho 10 Fat pleuty of fat to feed the cells railway mail settled at Dea Mojues Kentuckltm Uund hand and foot Mou ffMsettAl 4Ma94 OT tIIIIHHsSh stj C IV W It gives me pleasure which destroy dwsse germs roe avow lug murder nulled the next Iowa who wrltta UESiainAMt 11 Avoid Intoxicants Tl uoi morning to the bunking house The to testily to the merits ol Chauiberlalua wukh destroy chock had been vtshed by an ludlvhlual Colic Choleia aud Dlanbea Iteiuedy those cells IkarSirt ln imi h4 Uen kbKcW vita S44UtHiM sutel Ksmis who answered the deMiriptlon of the For two yearn 1 have sutlervtl rout ludl 12 Dally ex rcise lu the open air a complication ot alluisaW tacludta ylola Th4 laWsk iSM4liks smm nasirtiag incl ttustutr The otlw iivUm lit this starÂ¬ gvstlon aud aut subject to iduiwiit se lit Allow uo pet animals lu your liv lrt atJe khlBx aad Ma4W to tlMM amMSMaw la tMsssuasW alkyed tling scene were uevvr heard of Nothing awl Uucorrho Mt4 linasis at ay asfdylMel CkaeatWaalsta Eye aad ere attacks olpalu lit the itouuch aud u roouta They are apt to carry about mUarsbl thai I kktt couM ttt W asouad la Sktct ptjalisigBit was disturbed uot even I the house Many vry bad cases bowels Que or two doaea ol this remeÂ¬ diseased genua thldbtrtwMl coaOJtiwa I by H It the girls wear lii apivirvl and the luol ataw Waw wswajisaMy U Live lu the couutry It you can aatutuatajkltiiW4U4aatHMwata 7 dy usver 111 to tcivo perfect telUf is t4iy dent bwame portion of this struuge r u tm arvsHfasjaw r sfskK vjuiuai isuab 1 WVtch the three Ds drluktug k v1 ijus 1iMkn Mmniv far tor kSmiIm FilcttSJaud Wcents lor tale by A history of old time gatubliug In Sju tmAmk VJ4m atkaaiaaA esaiBinBiW f -- tmi-t WBjaanraeVsjlBexf ejSTBB PswpTe It Klsher Ulovvrpott U A Krhnelava Kew tatter hlltuau water ilsmp aud drains sua lcVc4 Curw 1 M sunt ajatroais ton y box tSTSK Hi Have chatg ol occupation Stephsuspart after tMtfUttLla Ma u- - ITHWa smim T Take Irtiiueat aud abort holidajs Vrovrity comn quickest to tie wan jVTa VasWWTB IiSxB4bbWVsI XatBelSHa Uv 1 was buitU aa aJibr wMatal I A 18 Limit your auibltio j aud lvuiuwbr theae UcU more for your JMsi wlutt a Voasi aiiaias wstsm Ik bad who livr I Ih jcwl coudltlotv IV VM sottto ot saasaj His bf ssaea ueaxs liwrwir na 10 aud each 3Me as your Uwpvr WUt UUl Karl KUwru are ktHoua inouey leaa trouble to u Mt tw4 but Tar OHARLKS O MAKTIH lMWi4Hfejr cohw wlmHT package color all ttbr Iutuaut Fado Kseu all lbes acwataaIatsaW ui xfetjNltsjM stsaal teW bseat tel MOlOiMk St DjfM sold at 104 er packs by W Sir JaatSvwy oUwsy HUM M tM sm M www by mysw8H MM X U kWQwa Iivlogtos yon heM m sW kvaMstW MMIItMr IMbWSJSX U aVaw Xa CaX WKDMESDAYJANUAHV UtOut a Friend for all He Had Done and all That He fiver Will SsMothers Tiik tul An Abto nd Vrtll MMauu Wlf m94M9m9 J O BUSH D D 8 Henderson Route A WOMAN THE STAKE Dentistry in all iU Branches practiced and all operations performed In thn most skillful manner at prices to suit the times Crown and Bridge Work a specialty Teeth extracted Positively without laln Meet Complete Dental Koema W Mm ill Tlate Card In EftYtt Eaat Doand Mo Utii I km N 17 i No 44 No 4 Lr St Louli Kvamvllle Hmdtraon bpottiTille Oweniboro ruu 9 45 1007 10 45 1112 7 Mam JrOpra 3 7 8 44 In HoMlherM IndlaHB Ws YOU SHOULD Cloyerport 11 Btrpbcniport Inrinston nrandenbore ArrLooliyllle Weit Hound IY IxniliYllle Ilrandenburg Irrlnglon Btephentport i llawetrOe 788 818 BIT 80 838 400 460 610 626 567 617 780 65pm 2 4Aam 0 624 lasspm 745 He 861 915 440 603 622 EMPLOY 4t No 4J No 4J 4 7 Mam 60pm Â¬ mm 1 None but the County Surreyor to do ymit work lie lithe nthnrlttd Surreyorot the la an eipelrnced workman and Count knowi hit bmlnCM Ha it alto Notary Puklk wrllt Deeda and taket Acknowlcdzeinedti Chtrjjet alwajri Heatonabla riorrrpoit Arfdreac CHINTZ ROYALTY COUNTY SURVEYOR HARDINSBURGKY Oweniboro bpottirllle IlendcrtAn EraniTllle ArrSU Loula Hanerllle ton 10 12 6 43 7 m 6W 93 823pm 962 55 1185 3l7om 49 789 804 9T6 9 47 1021 1020 1068 1148 115 782 100 1040 1223am 12 6 115 720 J H Hunsche A I tralni run through Solid to Ityanvllle Through parlor can nnd Pullman aeepen on all train between St Lnult Hvantvllle and Louli vllle Numbers t and 42 connect at Irvineton for Fordiyllle and llardlniburg dally except bunday HCMOuDUEAOl A Ky Loulayllle The TAILOR with B O S 0S W Louis KT 16 aj Â¬ Will be in Clover Trains leave Louisville as follows port on the 2d and 4th Bit St W KAILWAY Clnclnnatl and the and the West No jo No No Lv Iouliylla ajam tjjam Friday of every month Ar Cincinnati 645am 1155am 603pm 18 2 45pm Â¬ MWIMET Casper May Co IND Â¬ Â¬ OANNELTON GREGORY Wharfmasters CL0VERP0HT Local Agcntl GO KENTUCKY 00 Steamboat Agents tt 15am 5 5jpm 1105pm 8 5pm Ar Pittsburg 7 sjam 650 am 11 soam Ar Washington 1 2opm Ar Baltimore 750am 10 15am Ar Philadelphia 3 40 pm Ar New York i3onn 555pm Ar lloston 3 cepm 9 05pm Nraln No 16 hai elegant Pullman Iluflet Parlor Car to Cincinnati and Drawing room bleeper and dining cars Clncinnetl to Washington Baltimore Philadelphia and New York without change Train No 18 has elegant Pullman Parlor Car to Cincinnati and Pullman Drawlnprooni and dining cars Cincinnati to New York without change Train No so hai sleepera to Cincinnati open at 9 oclock to receive passengers St Louis Springfield and the West 8 40pm Ar Springfield 9 33am North Vernon accomodation leaves at 7 15 a m dally Cnarleitown accommodation leaves at 5 30 p m except Sunday Trains Nos 16 so and 44 have elegant day coachep Pullman parlor and sleeping cars to St Louis Ly Louisville Ar St Louis Ar Columbus No lt3onn 10 a 35am No 16 No 44 640pm 8 13am 8 opm 711am Homestead Fertilizer Company and Standard Oealen In Doors Sash Blinds Yellow Pine Floor Oil Company TRA1NS ARRIVE From East 7 15 a m la 15 noon 6 40 p m a in 3 90 a m Prom West 7 aca m 19 15 p m 640 pm City Ticket office eoutheait corner fourth and Main meets Depot Seventh and river Por detail Information regarding rates time on connecting lines sleeping parlor dining cars etc address II S DROWN District Pass St Ticket Agent II O S W Ry 4th and Main Louisville Ky or J M CIIESSBROUGH General Passenger Aeent Cincinnati Ohio 19 15 1 Â¬ Â¬ ing and Ceiling Weather Boarding Shingles Bait Lime Cement Laths Plaster Plastering Hair Flow Handles Bricks Etc Balldlng Material Estimates Furnished for Buildings and O B General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio WARKEL Assistant BANK Of Louisville H endersonSt Louis RyCo Â¬ TIME TalcingSCHEDULE - Effect At G30 oelck A M Snsdajf ZtSaj 30 1S97 l0 Wtit Pound IVaini Katt Bound Trato Kxpra Expr4 Dally Dally 12 35pm 7 45nn HARD INS BURG 7 BEARD Preildent WILL KILLER Vloe Preildent B r Dally 4C0pm 1 Bxpra Kxpra Dally 7 Mall A STATIONS Ma 42 77 Â¬ 603 537 648 30am 6 40 5 63 6 00 748 818 8 21 8 2 8 35 8 42 8 61 IvUnn II BEARD Caihler X OW BKARD -- M MORRIS K8KRIDUE R M JOLLY IhJTERFRT J Director 609 618 626 669 93 651 7 07 869 907 915 9 23 9 31 9 Si Kentucky St 12 20 783 West Point 1160am 665 Howard 1145 65t Wlllowdale 1135 645 Rock Haven 1128 640 Lonjr Branch 1121 634 Brandenburg 1112 626 Irvlngton Webster Lodiburg Pierce Hkron Gnston 1102 1063 1045 1037 10 21 1020 1007 1002 9 45 9 40 9 09 9 03 ptar 618 610 550 6j3 5 42 PIV DM TIMF PEPnsiTS 712 7 20 7 24 At tiie aw Office of 727 7 39 V G BABBAGE IK IMRDINSBURO You Can Get A Deed Mortgage or any writ 8 42 743 754 804 812 818 827 833 853 905 9 21 1011 1014 1025 1035 1043 1049 1058 1106 1114 1125 1185am 943 961 956 969 Sample Stephenspor 1015 969 54 630 618 515 6 03 5 00 4 49 4 40 4 33 4 58 01 3 44 Addison Holt Cloverport Shops 5 22 Owensboro Sklllman Haweavllle Petrle Falcon Lewlsport Waltinan Powera Pates 927 917 864 8 8 47 38 419 413 363 827 818 ton instrument drawu Bent buy or Bell a piece of land Collections inado and remit ancea prompt Copying done on the Call graph the beat type writer in tho world Â¬ Â¬ rr J5l 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE liSJIISS Anyone eendlng a etcttb and deealptlnn mar lutcklr aacertaln our opinion free whether an Ittrentlon It probablr patentable Communlm tlona autctir eonfldentUL Handbook on atenta aent free Ulileat asencr for aetunnv patenta 1atenta taken tbroaarh Muna X Co rocelre epKUl ok without cliune la the 1151 Griffith 8 02 329 925 1165 Stanley 758 326 933 1202 Worthlnrton 752 3 20 9S9 1209 Reada 7 947pmll217 Spottavllle 7 88 3 07 951oir 1221 Baasett 7 31 301 I010om1240om r r 15im S46om 1paln Jnet t a1 vlngtoa diilr except Sunday with trains to and frnm Harilinil VH irnJrii mi a aMU 4VUIUVallt3 CratOCQe iHiuawiui Onlw ttn tVivlAa 0- - V Htnnln l ville Owensboro and Henderson Only direct line the NnrtK nrt Vu Irt -- w call on or address Agents or iusiuarr laiortneaiiua H C MOUDUE A O P A TouUWIIe Kv jjs Hrfiu r lr L H St L Ry Fordsvile Brand MAY 30 1897 Bait Bound Train TIME TABLE Ns 10 Tradc Marks Design a Copyrights Ac TAKING EFFECT West Bound Tralna f Dally Dally Dally I Dally ex bun ex Sun ex Sun ex Sur STATIONS I No 2 I No N06 No 1 1050am Lv Irvbiston Ar 9o0sm 11 25 Garfield 8 00 114 1147 1155 12 10pm 1125 1 Sckttflfic Jftttericatta A haiidaomelr lllotrtel weeklr I anreet cir- Â¬ culation of anr aclentifls Journal Term a M i monthi L Sold brail newadealera WlflTEBSffllTHS B 8 H U nul MrrtrM ll all br JK llelp thai hadarh cn tnhabr Ui m MuloknrM br tha ua of thl tlil Brrrouiot and traalail atlmulanl and prvutlT known WonderruT r r and Iltln liar you will alwaya mi kClMM IJIHILIK Aathaia trHUV Ctlau and H M Mai ll 1 MnMl m kwll SM IM OPihuurlr d f 8t Wahlnttoo C DO YOU trlpl jon trora TRAVEL Areyonrolntr to take Branch Offlco 1 Do ilUNN ft Co Hew York jolly Iltt UWKlVa4eane f8 DeronU 120 1 llardlnsbursr Junction Kirk Junction Itemed 7 42 7 27 7 17 7 08 717 660 630 45 arFall1R00ghlv Dempster tKT 6 0S 5 44 fi 38 - 1 65 2 05 vrvounraa lortr Ueaalck- h Safstjr 215 230 2 Rockvale Ruth Aaklna Mitchell Oaka S0 6 26 510 6 08am 5m ArKorUilleI Comfort uu aa kftb4 Hr kk m XMUkJ imI uwui awatv turuiu isa vta maM MMom ory I nputaacj M1m lMna -- Louisville ui MaU 35 MADE ME A MAN ajax tablets cdbk mKML tat BBSjstsm yJuRVokrufE - rsfl tLEiCrfS foww euar irnvKir nuut mum eea asd eauKlIndia- Meat- - Packet Line Fut Llse Betee 8TKAMBR8 Imk leop Pareer Coaaer Louisville and Evansville E G KAGON M i m v I M woa kaHaar tea awauU Alaz SSita UteaataouaudaaadwinaMyoaTeTiSL yl er ate e4an ItBlTttaMSi Rjan Matter W A tarttH D L TARASCON Peaaj Kaetar L 1 teaer TELL CITY K H BallarJ MaMer W B T4r leeieH Pamr t tM 4st mUtUt tW rtra Gd torHAtptai4 S4ciar sj e a Bally eieea tariawaay Uttreaa LnaiieWe aad Mew Awilnaaaa Vy AU H fWaal d kWH I a4k P D STAGGS 1 saw kf aa4 laef lrulWyU TaareieM ix Hm4 la eeiiMH4 iWMai rtiaeaew u kf Kp Tke ieet eaUaarr aa mm U aaaal to e eaeeej etUea IN tafiee tea U4 aai IN 4e Aeaaa al leenameasliat laauJ u uk aee 1 aiKMurr XT PM CtTfal trwsws 0YWualuiTM Xjr - t 1 THEL l BRKOKMRIDGR A NETWS GLOYERPORT Twenty Years Proof K1Y Free Medical Advice Do you understand Jut what Df J C Ayera medicines will do for you Are thoy helping you as fait as you think thoy ought T Write to our doctor Ha will answer all questions and giro you the best medical advice absolutely free Address tho J C Ayer Co Lowell Mass Bregkenridge News 12 1898 WEDEN8DAY JANUARY To Our Readers and Others If you wanta newsy paper And dont know what to choose Just heed our little warning And subscribe for the Niws Yrur home will be far brighter Than it erer wis before The moment that our paper Drop inside your cottage door Your children too will prosper Far better In their schools And learn their lessons better And lite up to the rules In fact youll have no trouble Not even with the blues It you become a reader Of the Breckenridge County News Vhe Local Brevities Now kraut City Bakery Queensware Gregory Gibaon Bread delivered dally City Bakery Padurab suffered a 50000 Are last week j t Mr Walter R Hill Traveling Freight Agent of tbe Louisyilie Hendeison St Louis Railway arrived in the city yesterday He was circulating among the business men and shippers of freight Captain Marion Ryan and wife of Mr Hill is formerly from Owensboro Louisville were in the city with friends and is fast proving a valuable man to the I company last week Mrs Sallie OBrien of Rock Valo is HUfr Thomas Rhodes a prominent viBitwg tier sick sister Mrs Henry young business man of Rhodelia Meade Armstrong county died Thursday Jan 6 after a short illness of pneumonia He was 35 V M Frymire and wiff of Preston spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr Mr Rhodes was identified with every business pursuit of any note at Rhodelia and Mrs J A Barry At the remarkable low figure we offer and his death will be a great blow to that community canned peaches at 10 cents per can Mr Edward Whitehead while stand Â¬ Gregory Gibson ing on a wheel of a wagon assisting his Roy Heyser left Monday for Cincin Â¬ brother-in-laCharles Hamman load a nati to resume his traveling duties with wagon Monday lost his footing and fell Lewis Wald Co Dr A A Simmons was summoned and L D Addison was called to Now found his left leg to be fractured and Orleans last Sunday on account of the ankle dislocated He will probably be death of his grandmother confined to his bed for several weeks J Scott Morton was in town Saturday Richard Witt of Rosetta arrived in and attention is called to his advertise town Saturday and will remain nntil to- Â¬ mentthat appears in this issue day with his daughter Mrs Julius O This office acknowledges the receipt of Nolte This is his first visit since his a handsome calendar from the Farmers removal to tbe above place and in no manner has ho changed He is the same Deposit Bank of Brandenburg Old Dick His friends were glad to Mr James T Skillman has purchased tho old 8killman homestead situated see him and he received many a hearty handshake near Webster Consideration 4000 Rev Reevis Presbyterian minister Mrs David Stancllff who was tbe guest of her mother Mrs Wilkerson left Mon- Â¬ from Louisville held services in the Elm St Methodist Episcopal church Sun Â¬ day for her home in Chicago III day morning and night His two sermons J TV Hanks of Addison has on hand were excellent and a good congregation 0000 pounds of fine red tobacco He was turned out to hear him He is one of in town Monday trying to dispose of it the promising young ministers In that Mrs Jennie Frymire returned to her church and a young man of an excep- Â¬ home at Preston Monday She was the tional bright mind guest of Mr and Mm Eugene Haynes Jo Asklns known all over the connty this city was in town Saturday Mr Askins Mrs O E Lightfoot who after a most resides near Stephensport on an excel- Â¬ enjoyable visit to her father Mr Edwin lent farm and Is a largtf stock raiser He Hambleton in Soighotown came home took particular pains to come and do Saturday some trading with the Fair and see If Mr James McMIfltQ had a severe the goods so advertised came up to bis stomach lat expectations attack of neuralgia He found tbenf jtwt as week but Is ngiin around Cannelton advertised in the News and puVchased a Inquirer large bill Trustee Doollttle was here Wednesday Dr S B Adkieeon is a erf at lover ot on his way to Brandenburg Ky where Sam Jones and seldom lets an opportun- Â¬ be is interested in some ibur mills ity escape when he In at a point con Cannelton Inquirer veinent for him to go While Jones was trick Masterson and family of holding a series of meetings in Owens-Â¬ ephensport will move here and occupy boro Mr Adkisson made every prepar- Â¬ see ot Mrs J 8 Wllkerona dwellings ation and expected a friend or two to go along with him They backed ont and in the lower portion of town A new and handsome Catholic church the doctor has not recovered from his la being built near Irvington on the site disappointment It will The News acknowledges with pleasure of the old Mt Merino church 3500 Jaa K Bramlotto tbe receipt o a calender from the F W co it about --Afj Cook Brewing Company Evanaville m the contract It is one of the handsomest sou Â¬ -Ray bora aad Miss Minnie Can Ind venirs ia tlte way of aa 1808 calendar try Mftag Mr Stephens port were Rev T V JoU ever seat oat by aay firm A description would be impose bte The deelga ia ia w parhtanel Dm eeremony every way dlffereat frota those seat out M KOtetm and Farmta daritig previous yean aad the Immense ter O P BMt of Um Texas ami Mr cost will tfexibtleM be overlooked by the tbe Standard Oil Hawy McOoodwia OMftfMay wen hw hut wtk cm boai fVfipiffsn know that Foleys Km nfratial and I U Uy al4 Tar is absolutely the beat Mr Mwtta Freak a ptiMstif MMMcaf ToMsmyart lad HWBady for all diaeaaoa of tbe Throat Ma tmi Daataaare aatborizMl Gbeat ec Lang mm l tsjjt uiriptic to iMO Wis Um fiat iujm m to gvataaiM it to give aHsheUan ia ail Thif earn i A K FiatW Ctomport 3 A ourUsAelMstotveittausitUt ma oat pattc qawtar of a mbiiuj Mtalluas aupheasfntt Qonloa fc pajiof lor Hayaaa Pataavilk E A Witt Uatdiaa w Fleischmans yeast fresb City Bak Â¬ ery Freeh salmon 10 cents per can Gre- Â¬ gory Gibson Moat every person wants a calendar for tbe year 1898 Prepared mustard 5 cents per bottle Gregory Gibson An opera house would be a paying investment In Oloverport A little child of Charles Slmms died last Sunday of pneumonia Mrs Thomas Leaf of Tobinsport is quite low with pneumonia Mrs John Pauley took suddenly ill Sunday night but is improving Mm Henry Armstrong is reported as improving after a siege of illness Fred Bauer came up from Hawesville Saturday enroute to Hardinaburg The supervisors of Hancock raised the tax payers of that county 100000 George D Grant ot Uniontown is visiting his daughter Mrs William Embry Fletcher Pauley has accepted a posi- Â¬ tion In the blacksmths depar tment at the shops Canned goods City Bakery Mr John Sterrett a properoua farmer living at Skillman Hancock county was in town Monday chatting with his friends Mrs Elizi Taylor of Rosetta came Saturday night and will be the guest of her mother Mrs Elvira J Babbago for several weeks Lura 2Smith Irvington says he has a brace of fox hounds that can run faster and longer than any other hounds in Breckenridge or a Jolning counties Volume 1 number 4 of the Vine Grove New a new paper recently started in Vine Grove is a creditable one and should have the hearty support of that section W O Stader of Hardin county is announced as a candidate for jailer sub- Â¬ ject to the action of the Democratic party Mr Stader is a brother of Mr 11 L Stader of this city infant child of Mr and Mrs Chris TWritto Thomas Earl died Saturday Jari 8 Tho little fellow had been ill for sometime His remains wcro taken to Stephensport Sunday for burial 11 Sheldon Jaryis of Henderson spent yesterday in this city Mr Jarvls is a tobacconist from the above place and if suitable quarters can be secured he will probably begin purchasing here Pat Masterson has rented his farm near Stephensport to N J Jackson for two years at a cash rental of 350 per year Mr Masterson will move to this city and engage in the business of stock trading Frank Soakup reached here Sunday night from Cincinnati He had been in that city with relatives for two weeks Mr Soakup is manager of Mr Will Millers extensive farm lying near Hard- Â¬ inaburg Misses Margaret and Settle Bowmer two of Cloverports attractive young ladies arrived Saturday from Hawesville The young men of that place gave in their honor a swell ball Wednesday night Mr O V William of Owensboro Traveling Passenger Agent for the Louisville fc Evansvlllo Packet Line Company was in the city Monday He reports business on the river better than for many years past Garland Hampton who has betn in Frankfort for several days hustling for the office of Page returned home Wed nesday ntgut no was defeated by ono vote Garland says he made it hot for the boys if they did double up on him Vine Grove News Over in Tobinsport everybody is get ting good For the past two weeks tbe greatest and best revival ever held in that place is in progress at Turner Chapel Rev Preist is conducting the meeting and will continue as long as the interest keeps up among the people IIBADLIQItT FLASHES Gossip Circulating Around tho Shops Live News and Notes Heard In Local Railway Circles JOYOUS BVENT Delightful Mask Ball In Hjnor of The Thespians Tutts Liver Pills keep the bow- Â¬ els in natural motion and cleanse the system of all impurities An absolute cure for sick headache dyspepsia sour stomach con- Â¬ stipation and kindred diseases NOW YOU SEE IT NOW YOU DONT Thats tho way wo aro going to offer eomo bar Â¬ gains this wook Thoy aro good values You could not got a einglo ono if it waa not for re Â¬ ducing our atook Thoy will bo oagorly gobbled up If you dont como at onco you aro going to miss aomo bargains Â¬ - olfe Tho bat matjut given by tho young men of this city lu honor of Tho Thesvery promising for the year 08 The pians last Tuesday evening was one ol yard is covered with material of all kinds the most dollghtful Bocial functions that hai takon place bore this year to be utilltdand awaiting an opportuThe costumes wore the exemplification nity to get to the proper apartments There were six engines in the round- of the picturesque The grand march house and the hostler and men connect- which opened the event was a most Nuns arrayed in ed with the duty of looking after them brilliant spectacle sombre vestment wore escorted by were all in a hustle In the mechanical department the machinists with their Spanish cavalelra and Moorish trouba routine of work wore on the go On dors decked out like Solomon In all hie coming into the blacksmith shop there glory Quoens liurg on tho arms of jesters and shopards milk maids paraded were three largo flreo puting forth their tremendous heat from the forge Six the hall with Vanderbllts whllo pliostaÂ¬ and spirits waltzed with partners ot pormen are employed in this department Over in the paint shop there stood a pas Â¬ cine proportions and iratnenso avoirdupois senger coach number twenty four being While tho devotees of terpsichore overhauled and under the supervision of where en masque they cut up many lu 8 H McCracken Adjacent to this there is to be found John Burn an ex- Â¬ dlcrious capers and in a few moments perienced cabinet maker who turns out the nirof good feollng aud good fellowsome extra fine work Along side the ship that pormeated tho hall made en Â¬ main track you see an immense shed joyment contagious The scenes witnessed at the unmasking where all the box cars are run under for repairs 8 R Berry a capable and ex- were very happy During this Interest Â¬ perienced man has charge of this depart ing event the air was filled with Ohs I Well I knew it was you Ahs ment lie bas fifteen or twenty men you are a gay decolvor I uttered by the under him There has been some talk of a change participants between explosions of laugh- Â¬ going into effect as to the running of the ter The limited space does not allow a engines Nothing definite could bo description of the costumes worn but it learned about it But a change will most likely be made soon If such a can be said that all were handsome pict- Â¬ change is made all trains with the ex- Â¬ uresque and appropriate Tho music was good and those who ception of the 5 oclock passenger and took part in the event enjoyed them local freights will go on through How- Â¬ ever if it should be made it will only selves to the utmost Guests from out of town present were be done to save time in the exchange of Mlas Crockett Miss Lucille Star engines at this point ett Hawesville Miss Jennie Green Falls David Van Alstine master mechanic of Rough Mrs David Stancllff of Chiwas absent from the shops Monday He cago Ills Dr Claud Henderahot of was over the road looking after the af Â¬ Cannelton fairs of the company He is very popu- Â¬ lar and all tho men have a good word for Made a New Man of Him him Bryan Ohio Jan 13 1897 Engine 14 which has been in tbe For years I have been Gentleman hole for repairs was ready to leave the suffering from indigestion Had a poor shop for trial monday She is a model appetite and could not eat anything con Â¬ engine and is practically a new one taining grease and had constantly a worn Engineer Zirckel will moie than likely out feeling Afteruslngthreo 50c bottles pull tho throttle of Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin I am now Jo Harpole seemed as happy as a man able to eat anything my appetito craves taking a pleasure trip of a month He and can say it has made a new man of was riding a machine that probably trav- Â¬ me Eli Bowun els some 200 miles an hour Chas O Martin Charles Wendelken who recently has been working in Henderson is now the Thanks assistant clerk in the office under Mr J In t e sad misfortune that has recent- Â¬ u Harris ly befallen us In tho loss of the parson- Â¬ Charles Lightfoot bos been bestowed age and our household gooda by fire the honor by his fellow workingmen as good people of Cloverport Goshen and the whistling mocking bird some other sections have shown them- Â¬ Col Robt E Moorman is the man selves friends Indeed People of differ- Â¬ who lets out the supplies neaded and ent denominations and quite a number fills tho place to perfection who do not profess to be christians have The doors at Hobos Retreat was boen very liberal in supplying our wants closed but a strong breeze can go through thereby relioving in a measure the bur Â¬ den of grief that weighed upon our the window panes Sam Board still remains the efficient hearts We desire to mention especially the day operator and stands well with all of nice gifts of some of our colored friends the employes New train bulletins will shortly be May God bless them in heart and in ready for the different stations along the storehouse We do not make public mention of road this kindly treatment as an attempt to SEVEN DOCTORS FAILED express our appreciation of the high favors bestowed upon us but becauso it A Cats of Systemic Catarrh in Its is tho best means we have of saying thank you You shall not lose your Worst Form Cared reward Invalids would do well to read tho Again thanking you for your gifts and following letter recently written to Dr your sympathy we are over yours in Hartman by Mr Abe Miller of Stiles Christs name vllle Indiana Not only read it but pon- Â¬ W B Rutlkdcie and Wifb der on it Not only ponder on it but act upon it He writes A word of Post Office Removal praise to yonr medicine I began taking A petition has been drafted and signed the 20th by a majority of the business men in of Febuary 1897 e this city for the removal of the was all worn I from its present location The town out My weight is divided into two sections by Clover was 134 pounds Creek upper and lower side When tho I was week and town was first established as a chartered almost ready to town a clause was inserted in the charter go to bed I had to the effect that the upper aide should catarrh asthma have tbe office Several years ago a new and kidney trou- charter was obtained and nothing per ble I have tak taining to the location of the pott office and I weigh was mentioned Tho present location is en ten bottles of 161 pounds I feel as if I could do as in everyway undeairable and inconvlen much work as any man on earth I had ent for the handling of the mails and to tried seven doctors some of them as good a majority of the business men henco as there were in the state But none of the petition for its removal to more them did me any good At lost I saw desirable and conveinent quarters advertised Then I began tak Â¬ There Is a strong fight being made by ing It and it cured me So I recom- Â¬ those who live in the neighborhood of mended It to my neighbor and it is do the present location which is quito ing the work for him He has gained natural But the question is tho great- Â¬ onr pounds from the use of three bot- Â¬ est good to tbe greatest number When tles this is considered there is but one side Drug Manufact Â¬ to it and Send to The that is It should be moved and uring Company Columbus Ohio for Dr doubtless willbe Hartmans free book on catarrh Ask your drutrgist for a free Almanac for 1898 Down at the shops everything looks Â¬ Â¬ Cant do without them R P Smith Chilesburg Va writes I dont know how I could do without them I have had Liver disease for over twenty years Am now entirely cured Â¬ Â¬ A Ladies Tutfs Liver Pills Death of firs J T Daniel It is sad to chrontclo tho death of Mrs J T Daniol She had been in delicate health for quite a period and when her alloted time came she was perfectly rec- Â¬ onciled to tho calling of her Master Mrs Daniel before her union to Mr J T Daniol was Miss Lula Gore whose par- Â¬ ents are residents of this county She was In her forty second year She was a devout and true christian woman hav Â¬ ing at an early ago connected herself with the Methodist Episcopal Church Her remains were interred in the Cloverport Ctmetery yesterday morn- Â¬ ing followed by a larga concourse of aor rowing friends A White Mark Foleys Kidney Cure is a perfectly re- Â¬ liable preparation for all Kidney and Bladder diseases Tho proprietosof this Great Medicine guaranteo It or the mon ey refunded Do they not deserve a white mark 7 A It Flaher Cloverport R A Shollman Stephensport Gordon Haynes Patcavllle E A Witt Har Â¬ dinaburg Â¬ A Ladies Jacket Jacket 375 for 300 100 for 2 50 A lot ol Jackets we are maklaf tome bl J P tait io 0M ou Â¬ HOW IS THIS A LADIES JACKET worth 5 00 for A LADIES JACKET worth 1000 for - - CHILDS JACKET worth 200 for - GUILDS JACKET worth 100 for LADIES CAPES worth 150 for LADIES CAPES worth 300 for - - LADIES CAPES worth 500 for - - LADIES PLUSH CAPES worth 800 for LADIES PLUSH CAPES worth 500 for LADIES PLUSH CAPES worth 1500 for ----- - - 200 175 100 75c Â¬ 300 - - 2SO Â¬ 1 - 400 500 400 900 - Â¬ good sot of Roger Tea Spoons warranted - - - - - 100 splendid Carving Set 3 pieces 25o Boys 4 hladod Kntfo hy mail to any address Shoo Stand 3 last 1 knife 1 shoo hntnmer lie lo inch cliair bottoms - Oac 2 big bars laundry soap - 05o 05c 2 pkgs washing powder 05c 2 liars good toilet sonp 1 bar extra good toilet soap 05c 1 bar 11 in long castilo soap 05c A A A A A good pair 8 inch Shears nicklc plalcd good set of Silvor pluted Knives and ForkB good sot of Roger Tahlo Spoons warranted - - - 25o 2 25 - - - 150 Â¬ Out of a lot of 25 guns only one left gain for some one Dont you want it Its a big bar Â¬ River News Indications of higli water Business quiet sinco the holidays January and no ice to stop navigation Rivor rising rapidly lookout for high water 10 head of stock wero marketed to Louisville qn Monday nights boat Cloverport will get the benefit of some Pittsburg coal that was Bunk a few miles below here Capt Ryan of the Str Ragon stopped off on the down trip Friday and loft on the up trip Saturday Tell City arrived at this port yester day morning with a large passenger list and a largo cargo of freight Str Buckeye passed up last week with a heavy cargo She had broken down and was being towed by an Evansvlllo tow boat SULZERS immmmmmmzmmmmm isXS5 REAL LIVE OLD SANTA GLAUS AT THE GREAT BARGAIN STORE OF GEO YEAKEL HUE t pc all wool Illicit Serge worth Oc at I pc all wool llack bcrc worth 76c at 10 pes novelty dress Gooth worth 40c at 3 pes blue red and tsn Henrietta at worth 75c pes changeable Silk worth 25 at Itrown blk blue Cloth worth i co Ask to see our Nov city Goods at Co Brandenburg Ladles Fine Wrap 300 300 JjoH Capes at 1 lot Fine riah H ft O Capes worth M 1 lot Childrens Jackeis St lets than cost Mens aad Hoys Mackin Â¬ tosh Coats from 173 to I i G 29c 50c 29c IS CL THING 00 Hoys Iteefer Coai ut Sjso worth 500 Mens Overcoats the S quality at J408 lliggest cut of the neason In Fine Overcoats Mens Is OUSmtiat Mens iS 00 hulls at Hoyk Suits from 73c to Mens S 01 Suits Jit IotneaerCloth tilO tioo IOC AO 49c 95c 75c 15c Foloys Honey and Tar Syrup wherever introduced is considered the mest pleasant and effec- Â¬ tive remedy for all throat and lung com- Â¬ plaints It 1b tho only prominent cough medicine that containes no opiates and that can be safely given to children A R Fisher Cloverport It A Shellman Stephensport Gordon A Haynes Pates villo E A Witt Hardinaburg Cough AN OBJECT LESSON INFANTS CLOAKS CurpctHiind Oil ClotllH All wool Carpets jftc quality at M quality ut 5 pcaOII Cloth at Ladles and Gents Kid Olovcs See our great lloo KM Glove in black and colors a glove thatwillwrareitnal tn many I 2s gloves Wool and Caslincro Mittens Gloves at 14c t Cream Henretta Cloaks with handsome silk embroidery worth 4 JO only All wool Kklel Down In all colors only jjc Aiktnsee our heavy llmncl for skirts and childrens wear only 10c io fiAr OWv OOC 24 C Q8c CHEAP nonU Straw Mat SHOES VERY PR0DUCH WANTED At Highest Market Price t Prunes Cost Twenty five Cents Per Pound In War Times For Alaaka Business The Burlin- Â¬ gtons Greatest Advantages Take the short line to Paget Soand viz The Burlington Route via Billings Mont and the N V It R From 50 to 200 miles and several hours of journey saved from the Missouri Valloy via this direct Northwest Main Line Look at the map from St Louis Kansas City or St Joseph via Lincoln Neb and Bill ings to Seattle Tacoma and Portland The Burlington itoute Is also the scenic line via Colorado to San Francisco and Portland Tbe finest wide observation Plntscli- lighted veatlhuled trains with sleepers and free chair cars available for all class es of travel are operated via the Burling Tourist sleepers beyond ton Route Denver or Billing Get tho Burlingtons Klondike folder the best yet published Steamer reser vation made by Genera Agent W V Sanborn San Francisco A O Sheldon Portland or M T Benton Seattle HowAitn Elliott General Manager L W Wakrlby Genl Passenger Agt St Louis Mo WANTS IlKNT-One-storv dwelling fiv or six rooms with outbuildings In stland For Information apply to Mrs Samusl Johnson at the rid bank building on High Street Po-ru-- post-of-fle- Â¬ Â¬ Pe-ru-- Pe-ru--na a Pe-ru-- ii9Df99i9SD9999f9a Misses flay Entertained Mrs Charles Mock entertained at cards In honor of Misses Eva and Eliza May Tuesday evening The Misses May are two of Cloverports pretty girls Those present were Misses Eva Mao Ada Clarkaon Marie Lewis Oarkson Eliza May Gabrlelle Bennett Messrs Walter May Charles Harding Edward Riddle Richard Bennett Phillips Albert May Charles Moot Mesdamea Brooks smith Mook and May Tbe prizes were won by Miss Eliza May aad Mrs Smith and Messrs May and Phillips i Consumption Will SCOTTS EMULSION Yes and cure consumption every case no Will it cure No What cases will it cure then Those in their earlier stages especially in youngr people We make no exag Â¬ gerated claims but we have positive evidence that the early use of -- JB Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for aay case of Catarrh that caa not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J OHENEY CO Props Toledo O We tbe aadereigaed have known Cbeaey for tbe last fifteen years aad be- Â¬ lieve him perfectly honorable ia all boa laeea transactions aad financially able to carry eat aay obligations auule by their Scotts Emulsion of Cod liver oil with Hypo phosphites of Lime and Soda in these cases rcaulU in a pooHiv ShA FJ J M Bowers representing the G G Ehrmann Candy Company of Louis- Â¬ yilie was in the city yesterday Mr Bowers is one of the most popular drum Â¬ mers on tbe road and he is posted on his business remembering as he does tbe prices on all commodities in his line from tbe time of Noah to this present year of Mark Hanna anno domnl One of the curiosities he carries around is a bill of gooda bought of Chas Scholz of Louisville by W Reinhart of Owens-Â¬ boro Nov 10 1801 The bill is an object lesson that shows the difference between cheap money and honest money prices In 1804 during the period of inflation W Reinhart a retail candy dealer paid 40 cents a pound for stick candy that is now furnished at 6 cents per pound The whole bill amounted to 228 Jl and Mr Bowers is willing aud anxious to duplicate the same bill for 2831 The wages of candy makers are as high toÂ¬ day as they were when barber polo candy wholesaled at 40 cents per pound and their dollar today baa CO per cent more purchasing power Talk about your good old times Then It was onlyfthe child of a nabob that could suck striped red white and bluo stick candy at 44 cents per pound but now any little pickanlny cap stuff himself to repiention for the small sum of 5 cents a nickel or half a dime as the circus man puts it With forty cents to day a gallunt beaux can buy his sweetheart a box ot the sweetest and pnrest confections Well us youngsters wonder how our daddies made both ends meet in the good old times and we are also curious to know how men that were kids in war times celebrated tbe gorlom Fourth of July with fire crackers whole Â¬ saling 1 75 per box of forty packages How could boarding bouse keepers thrive with prunes 28 cents per pound Go on Brother Bowers whoh oale show that bill to malcontents It ia enough to make any reasonable hnman being get dowa oa his marrow boaea and thank bia lucky stars that be ia not living In aa era when men were called upon to pay out a dime for every breath they drew wIm weatu amWilae la regalate Um iMwekajwl a MauM wilt na4 to klaaMa Thif OW Indebted TAKK NOTICKwillAII persons and settle to the please call with out delay Upon failure to do so 1 will of neces Â¬ sity have tn cakejudginent on all unpaid account in order that 1 may be able to dispose of tho claims to good Advantage Office overj II Oard It S Skillman Clerk ners store Breckenridge Circuit Court Dec 6 tin IlreckenrMge Circuit Court W K vs J Mary A Alvey c Defts The attorneys and alt partes concerned In ths above action will take notice that the undersign Â¬ ed Commissioner will on 1 hursday the 171I1 day nfJanuarylS98at hlsomce In llardlnsburgKy brgin his sittings In the above cause and hear any proof which may be oflered by any of th parties touching the Issues and matters for settlement In said cause and said parties are directed to be pres Â¬ ent on said aliove dale Given under my hand this 11th day ol January J6W V 6 Ilabbsge C II C C llieckenridg Circuit Court George M Younger Admr 1lalnlln I vs George II Younger hilri Ac defendants All persons having claims against the estate of George M Younger dereasrdare hereby notified to produce the ssme before the undersigned Com missloner at hlsomce In llardinsburg Ky prop erly proven on or before the first day ol Febru ary 188 Given und r mv hand aa Commissioner of said Court this 1 7th day of December IS7 McGarys Admr NlfT 1 Two Well Known Statesmen Talked for months from a front porch and rear end of a car Perhaps tho use V Qnabbge CBCC of Foleys Honey and Tar will explain llrcckcnridg Circuit Court why they could do this without injury j to their vocal organs It Is largely used II O WhittlnghiUs Admr IlalntitT by speakers and singers A R Fisher Elltabeth WhlttlnghTil and othtrs DefTts ot All Cloverport R A Shellman Stephens Remuspersons having claims against the estatenoÂ¬ G Whlttinghlll deceased art hereby tified to produce th tune properly proven on or port Gordon Haynes Fates vllle before the first day of February 1S9S before the A Witt Hardinaburg undersigned Commissioner at his office In liar Olvmg Down In Health dlnsburg Ky Given under my hand as Commissioner of said Court this ltb day of December IS97 VO lUblsgeC II C C poils OUMt4a general giving awuy of Solomon Milter Admr 1UlntlfT 1 vs He bos reached the Solomon Miller llslrse Defendants bis constitution All persons having claim against the estate of ripe old age of 8t Mr Tobin In an ex Â¬ Solomon Miller deceased are hereby notiified to the undersigned Com land owner and prominently produce the same before llardlnsburg tensive mlssloner at his oflic In Kyonor dentifled in business adalrs of that beor the first day ol February llVyS Given under mv hsnd as Commissioner of said community Court this Ijth day ol December 1817 VOHsbbsieC BC C UHHchlflg of the Battle Ship All member of Murray Iost No The L H A St L will sell tickets at NOTICK A It are requested to meet Satur day January 1 1IM at la am Important bus 10 00 for the round trip to Newport iness ay direction of the Comeiaadr News account Launching of tho Battle Ship Kentucky which will Uke place NOTICE The ananal mediae of the Endow Â¬ llaaks K or I will meet Wednesday Ib February See the agent for further December to led officer for th ensuing year All member are requested to be tmtent MaMMttta W O Allix Aqknt Chas May Sr Secy and Treaa low due to the MrRobt Tobin of Tobinsport one of that sections pioneer citizens is quite Brccknrldgt Circuit Court cum to a Urge AaWaataed smmm-- W- ynihHld firm wk dv4d -- UMfffa tJfbtebfttaaid t West A Traax Wholesale Druggist Tola Marvia do O WakliBff Klaaaa Wholesale Draggista Toledo Ohio Halls Catarrh Care ia tacaa ialaraal iy acting tlireetiy ape la blood as asaooua amthom of Um ayaaaat Mao 7Se per bottle Bold by aU TeetloMMsiak faao i bis r whowaflktwam tfhW Ik ttM kow- a cwm h imaoni m strMra4y aiieMofaa tlea aaMaijee akM W MaW aeon tap Mff BM saajpftMnftyW nmttfffVtriL I wnfukay wtMWtum tataaricant gt acta aa a toate M aJtoatfre II tBto mildly on tkiMaaaeh aa4 bowelswa3eV Ing atrenfNLfM liylnf tone to Mor Â¬ ai coatajp CASTOR A I ADMINISTRATORS AII person NOTICK Indebted 10 ln Mt of Austin fteavla deceased are xxlhed to cosm for Â¬ ward aad Mill on or before feVy iM A Hcavih I a Ik t MdOUUft Km ji tar f gans thaMW aidiuc nature la afca par foroiatx af Hm fanetioaa Kiaattte Bit torn is aa wuellaal appetiser and aide dlgataioa OM people fla4 it jaet exaot Prion Altar aaata aad iy aha Ifcw aaad ant I sUff id auwl t stTorvtMxtjr m m asvi MSMMMtMtM 1 isttwltolr a b faAtf rsaassssW isltnal illiisusMI af ralrahs IsaWs I f I I JMmm Mv WSmm1imiZmi St Jfa OsmttsjsiStsi ess y wr AV ODE TO QUSTON By Fkkd A Bush Neath the shade of the hills in tho county of Meade Stands a smalt little village right smart tis indeed On the Hendorson Route with Its trains up and down In tho midst ot its business elands old Gusto n town From all the directions of the compass each day Tho peoplo are seen quickly wending their way To invest in the goods sold at prices way down That are offered by merchants in old Quston town tFKK FALLS OF ROUGH Misa WASHINQ TIIH FACE PAYNESVILLE waa in town Jennie Green spent a few days at The Greatest of Care Sould be Taken Bill Bsekett of Sand Hill home Friday trading of The Method Mr LeBlio Brack is Miss Bolt Davlsona now beau Master Robert Green came home for tho holidays This place la In communication with anywhere by telephone We are glal to hear that Dr Dempster is getting bo much bettor We are glad to hear that Mrs John Eakrldge is able to be up again Mr Joe Jones and Misa Kate Butler spent Christmas at Mrs Chambliss Little Jessie Stone has almost entirely recovered from her terrible illness Mr M W Stono who has been so ill with pneumonia fever la able to sit up Mr Sam Groan of Bewieyville was the guest of his brothor Charlie lost week Messrs Joe Jonea and McQuady were the guests of Messrs Robert and David Chambliss Mr W II Chambliss recently pur Â¬ chased a very handsome organ for his daughters The Chambliss Bros delivered some fat cattlo to Glendeane last week at a good price Mrs Reid of West Point lectured at the church lost Sunday She Is a guest at the parsonage Charlie Stone of Chicago Illinois spent a few days at home during the illness of his aistcrs Misa Emma Huff of Louisville baa been the guest of her Bister Mrs Quertermous for some time Miss Cora Wingate and Mr David Chambliss were guests of Miss Mabel Chambliss Christmas day Messrs Willie Robertson Sidney Owen and Eli Fisher were the guests of Miss Mabel Chambllea last Monday Tom Butler Shreve Ohio county delivered five hundred bushels of wheat at Fordsville lor ninety five cents per bushel week before last Mr Nick Mercer a former resident of this county but now a successful ranch Â¬ man of near Stutgart Arkansas was the guest of Mrs Sue Mercer lost week Mrs Judith Cummings and little son of Texas are the guests of her father Mr Clint Beaucbamp they arrived unexpectedly the day after Christmas after an absence of about four years of course thero waa great rtjoiclng and a good deal of crying Sadly we bid adieu the old year and with an aching void we welcome tho new year for death has visited our home and stolen awuy a dear sweet sister Tiiero is un empty place in our heart a vacant chair never more to be filled a voice hushed and still the clasp of hands we long to feel and gentle footsteps so silent now Sorrowfully the Christmas tide has ebbed away and the joy bells ware only a funeral knell for a bright young life has passed from earth to Heaven Death of Miss Tillie Stone aged 20 years after an illness of two weeks with pneumonia fever On Dec Â¬ ember the nineteenth at twelve oclock p in the angle of death hovered near while Christ beckoned the sweet spirit to His Fathers Throne and midst the Happing of angels wings our darling sister crossed Eternitys Sea from earth to Heaven She was a sweet loving daughter and sister a constant steadfast friend and in her young bright girl- Â¬ hood the cruel hand of death must snatch her from us but Thy Will be done Old Merciful God We thank our friends and neighbors for their great kindness and the many favors extended to us during our recent illness though God alone krows best how to reward sucli sweet charity Â¬ MADE MOTHER WELL u The method of washing tho face daily is of great importance aa even if one only wnsnes it twice a day the operation has to be gone through 700 tlmea in the course of a year and this would naturally Highly scent Â¬ affect it for good or evil ed or highly colored ooapa should be avoided and one which givea a soft lather and doca not cause any feeling of irritation Is the best Tho soap should bo well rubbed Into the face with a clean piece of flannel and then bathed off in n basinful of absolutely clean water so that every particle of soap may be remov Â¬ ed After thoroughly bathing the face should bo dried with a Turklsth towel and then if the skin be courso and thick it may be rubbed with a rough towel but if tho akin is at all sensitive a very soft towel should be used and the face finally well rubbed over with a pleco of chamois leather Gentle friction of the face with soft lather or bettor still with the finger tips when clean which tends to remove lines and prevent formation of wrinkles If lines have formed the Bkin should be rubbed in a direction con- Â¬ trary to their length as for example if there are vortical lines between the two eyebrows they should be rubbed from side to aide if there are straight lines across the forehead they should be rubbed down from the hair to the root of the nose and back again Ex HOW TO FIND OUT Fill a bottle or common gloss with urine and let it stand twenty four hours a sediment or settling indicates an un- Â¬ healthy condition of the kidneys When urine stains linen it is evidence of kid Â¬ Too frequent desire to ney trouble urinate or pain In the back ia also con- Â¬ vincing proof that the kidneys and blad der are out of order They bring in their produce from far and from near Because of tho prices that are always found here And they all seem to know things are done up right brown When they bring in their produce to old Quston town And I wish to say to the Brkckknriwik Nkws Just tell all your renders who are troubled with blues That their blues will all vanish and bvery care down If theyll Just do their shopping in old Quston town In dry goods and groceries great bargilns are found And footwear in endless varieties abound From the old stoga to boot to the slipper in Brown You can find what you wish in the stores of tho town Our merchants are gonial and all use you well As all who have traded here eagerly toll And 8lg Loob or Cundiffor George Iseff nover frown At the people who come in to trade in this town Our leed mill will grind your corn into meal And use you so clover you cant help but feel That business in general is done up right brown And they feel that it pays them to trade in this town And now Brother Babbnge my story is oer You know how it is cause youve beon here before Just set up tho type and dont throw it down Until youve told all your readers of old Quston town I GUSTON Mrs Gus W Richardson is quite sick BEWLEYVILLE Mr and M re C II Diury have re turned homo Mrs John Frakesand little Carrie D of Brandenburg are visiting in our vi- Â¬ cinity Miss Maude Adkisson will begin teaching music in Stiths Valley soon Dr Haynes dentist will be with us again next week Give him a call Only four more weeks of school Ought v not to have a spring school Hon Chas Biaudford spent last week in Hardinsburg Mies Sallie Taylor of Rosetta visited Mrs G A Foote several days last week Arthur Walker and Moorman Harda way left last week for the city They will attend the dental college Mies Mary Blandford returned to Glendeaue Monday January 3d to fin ish the five months term She left the impression that she will return in a few weeks at this writing Dr Baxters pound party last week was well attended A J Thompson is at home now from Frankfort on account of his sisters ill- Â¬ ness Mr Rowan Bunger gave a party last Thursday night which was largely at- Â¬ tended Jack Carden and wife Onensboro visited his brother Ansel near this place last week Miss Eva Carrigan has returned home from Louisyille where she has spent several weeks with relatives and friends Mrs 0 F Forman and little son of Owensboro who have been visiting Mr Ansel Cardens family have returned home Tommy Conniffia at home now from Louisville ho will probably remain unti he goes back Tommy is not aa good looking as he was when he left for the city But he is a good deal handsomer We bavejust received one of the Courier-Journals Almanacs for 1808 It is a beauty full of information and every farmer should have one It is a book an The name inch and a half thick Encyclopedia of general information would be more appropriate than Almanac Mr James 11 Thompson has been somewhat feeble of late and has not been to Quston as much as he usually comes Wo all miss his genial face much There are few men in Kentucky like Mr Thompson for he is so true and a more honorable man never trod upon the face of this world Mr Thompson is about 78 years of age Â¬ WHAT TO DO ia comfort in the knowledge so There often expressed that Dr KelmeVa Swamp Root tho great kidney remedy fulfils every wish in relieving pain in the back kidneys liver bladder and every part of tho urinary passages It corrects inability to hold urine and scalding pain in passing it or bad effect following use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being com- Â¬ pelled to get up many tlmea during the night to urinate The mild and the ex- Â¬ traordinary effect of Swamp Root la soon realized It stands tho highest for Its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases If you need medicine you Bhould have the best Sold by druggists price fifty cents and one dollar Yon may have a sample bottle and pamplet both sent free by mail Mention the Brkck knhidoe News and send your address to Co Binghamton N Y Dr Kilmer The proprietors of this paper guarantee the genuineness of this offer Lee Whelan of Missouri la in on a visit to relatives Muddy feet ia the moat prominent feature of the day Elza Wilier la having a very serious attack of the La Grippe Dr Burch is thinking seriously of re- Â¬ tiring from professional life for a while Steve Wilson and wife are visiting tho iattera parents Mr and Mrs John Mattlngly Say Wolf Creek I can you honestly and concientiously say to the world that W B A is beautiful Gee Whlllkina cant Gustona poet sprees himself In rhyme he ia surely a la to importation Carter and Langely tbo shoe and clothing men made things lively here two daya last week Lawrence Speake Mooloyyllle and Forest Haddock Clifton were the guests of Geo Schmitt last week We are very much surprised and sin- Â¬ cerely regret the fact that our able col- Â¬ league Mrs Brandenburg failed to car- Â¬ ry off honors in the literary contest con- Â¬ ducted by the Evening Poet The peoplo are recievlne an education especially in the agricultural branch and it ia only a matter of a abort time until Meade will be among the foremost counties ot this proud old common- Â¬ wealth Several young men of this place are going to attend the Brandenburg Normal in the spring Prof Burton and hia ex- Â¬ cellent school are fast growing in popu- Â¬ larity and our county town will soon be the educational center of the adjoin countiea The Teachera Association will meet here Saturday the 15th this ia the second time the teachera have honored ua by their presence and we intend to make it a grander eucceaa than the first A very interesting programme haa been prepared and the teachera of our siater counties are cordially invited to bo present A trip along our county roads Is enough to convince any observant person that our old county is at last awakening from its long slumbers and ia beginning to advanco in all pursuits rapidly you see the old fence replaced by new ones the bushy barren fields are made to produce many fold Grass and wheat are being sown and where red unproductive knolls were are fields of verdant hue Sickness Driven From Another Home by Paines Gelery Compound Richardson is still very ill at her homo near Guston Dr Iu sey of Brandenburg was called to see her Thursday Jan 4th A social at Mr Basharas Monday evening and another Tuesday eve at W Mr Mrs G Albrights Left mer from last week EKRON Nellie Shacklelt has typhoid fever S J Brown was in Louisville last week Tom Pollock Saturday Charlie Capperke Brandenburg was here Tuesday B S Clarkson Jr went to Louisville Sunday night on business Mbs Maude Herndon o Akron Ohio visited Miss Jennie Roberts lost week Miss Burkhart of Vine Grove was here last week trying for a music class Mrs Eakrldge of Owensboro was the guest of Mr Roscoe Eakrldge and wife last week T M Warfleld left for Cementville lnd Monday after spendirg several weeks with his relatives here Mr Bob Hendrick of Texas who has beon visiting relatives here for several days left Monday for his home Mr Ohas Anderson and family Horace Shaine and family of Guston wete guests of Mr Morris Bewley and 0 C Stith Tuesday Messrs B S and J F Clarkson II L Rhodes R A Ensor and 0 A Mont Â¬ gomery shipped GOO hogs and 5 head of cattle to Louisville last week For Rent Ono dwelling in Ekron with three good roomc good garden spot at reasonable prico For furthor information call on or address 55 T Cox Ekron Ky A Â¬ Quston vaa in town If it be true as a reporter I read about the other day said that that which is news in tho morning is ancient history in tho evening what relation to an- Â¬ tiquity does a whole week old sustain Dr Strother of Big Spring attended the Christmas entertainment of the Ep worth League The GiiBton correspondent sometimes drops to wit himself I say this not to detract from tho other geutlemenbut to honor him Hurlbut Cain had a few of his particular friends to dine with him Christmas day in honor of his 7th birthday Miss Celestia Beavln gave an play party to a large enwd of friends Tuesday evening LStli Mrs W W Keith witli her accustom kindesss had the youi g people to spend the evening with her Wednesday 29th Friday the weather took a serious turn and put an end to the gayeties for a while at least Rain and sleet and snow with wind are not very agreeable and one finds much comfort remaining at home Rufus Cain moved to Louisville to live Â¬ A Howling Success Wherever properly Introduced Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin aa a cure for constipation haa met with a phenomenal sale Many druggists cannot say enough in praise of its merits aa well as ita great popularity with the people In 10c trial size and also in 60c and 100 sizes of Ohas 0 Martin 23 A Bad Bargain About eight years ago after the birth Jane did you break tho china llovence by lroxy of a child I suffered terribly I could out to tho fair an plate Yes an wo went rt Yeam You got fooled on that plate not get help from over a dozen physicians I throwod Lolls ut tho dolls an ono of mum Its a weak nn It broko tho to whom I applied and after receiving them looked just like that minister what Cleveland treatment from the last doctor contin- Â¬ asked mo if I was suro I tried to be a fourth time I dropped it Plain Dealer good boy ually for nine months was pronounced Did yon hit him For tho burdeiiB which God lays on cured and continued so until the birth You bet I swatted him overy time ns there will always be graco enough of another child when I was obliged to Cleveland Plain Dealer Tho burdouB which wo make for our Â¬ commence doctoring again although all selves we must carry alone A W imaginable treatments had been sorted rt Mrs Stark Pleasant Ridge 0 says Thorold D D to without one particle of relief After two doctors gaye up my boy to I was subj ct to neuralgic troubles and die I sayed him from croup by using slightly rheumatic and I became disIt is the TUtu- One Minute Cough Cure tlBlll lies couraged and meancholy feeling that Tirr quickest and most certain remedy for ftpitut f coughs colds and all throat and lung I should never pgnin be a well woman troubles Short A Haynes Women mothers of families have no moro right to live beyond their strength than beyond their income The greatest injustice that women do themselves and their children ia in put- Â¬ Headaches ner- Â¬ ting off getting well vousness dyspepsia and melancholia lay their laden fiog rs over the whole house hold Paines celery compound has driven sickness and gloom from Innumerable homes where some loved member waa the source of continual anxiety and evon despair Tbe constantly repeated suc- Â¬ cesses of this great invigorator in making people well hayo roused many persons who thought themselves destined unre deemably to lives of imperfect health to try Paines celery compound No one can read the following letter without being inspired with confilence in this great remedy 31 Playter street Buffalo N Y July dUtfZHL OASTORIA Â¬ I was in a pitiful state when my husÂ¬ band who had been benefited by the use ofPainea celery compound urged me to try it In a remarkable short tlmo after I began taking tho remedy I began to notice a change for the better Before I took three bottles I waa well I consider my cure a miracle for I had tried a great many doctors and different drugs and spent hundreds of dollars in vain Respectfully yours Mbs Katk Hennessen Close careful observation of great numbers of cases like the above led Pro Â¬ fessor Edward E Phelps M D LL D of the Dartmouth Medical School to the formulation of Paines celery com- Â¬ pound The success of tills universally well known remedy in quickly driving out disease from the blood and system need not be retold to newspaper readers Puinos celery compound restores to a healthy state a weakened and diseased nervous system One of the first evi- Â¬ dences of its building up virtue is the gain in flesh noticeable about the face Night aweats and nervous twitchinga are things of the past there la a great im- Â¬ provement in looks a better appetite sounder sleep a clearer akin and more regular functions These aro a few of tho outward improvements More im- Â¬ portant is the thorough and radical puri- Â¬ fying of the blood and tbe regulating and building up of the deep lying nerves nil over the body There is nothing half way or partial in tho effect of Painea cilery compound It cures per- Â¬ manently v J lost week S P Drury is living in the Penington liouBe Cul Basham has moved into the house vacated by 8 P Drury Mr Basham now owns tho propprty and is making some improvements Mrs Basham is a member of the Methodist church here and wo gladly welcomo her into our Dear Sir I have a very satisfactory on your Improved Chill and Fever Cure during the last year and find it THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE giveBasgod satisfaction as any chill cure I sell Lung Troubles asd Consumption Can be Respectfully W T Nash Cured Jonesboro Ark Feb 22nd 1807 C Mendenhall Evansville lnd Weather and Crime Rivers Ever notice that thero ia less highway robbery when tho sidewalks aro covered with snow and ice Brooks No Any reason for it Rivers Yes Its all tho footpads can Chicago do to hold themselves up Tribune aae PUBLICSALE I Kind Sympathy The Fioroo One I do wish tho Lord had made mo a man Tho Gentle Ono Perhaps he has Amelia dear but you havent boon able to find him yet Cincinnati Enquirer An Eminent New York Chemist and Scien- tist Makes a Free Offer to Our Readers Tho distinguished New York chemist T A Slocum demonstrating hia discov ery of a reliable and absolute cure for Consumption pulmonary Tuberculosis and all bronchial throat lung and chest diseases stubborn coughs catarrhal affections general decline and weakness losflof flesh and all conditions of wast ing away will send THREE FREE BOT Â¬ TLES all different of Ills New Discov-Â¬ eries to any afflicted reader of the Bbkck kniudob News writing for them His New Scientifio Treatment haa cured thousands permanently by ita timely use and he considers It a simple professional duty to suffering humanity Ut donate a trial ot hia infallible cure Science daily develops new wonders and this great chemist patiently experi Â¬ menting for years haa produced results aa beneficial to humanity aa can be claimed by any modern genlua Ilia as sertion that lung troubles and consump- Â¬ tion are curable in any climate la proven filed by heartfelt letters of gratitude in hia American and European labors tor iea in thousands from those cured in all parts of the world Medical experts concede that bron Â¬ chial cheat and luug troubles lead Cousumption which uninterrupted means speedy and certain death Simply write to T A Slocum M 0 OS Pine street Newt York giving post office and express address and the free medicine will be promptly Bent Suffer Â¬ ers should take instant advantage of his generous proposition Please tell the Doctor that you saw kls offer lu the Bkeckkkriixie Nkws Spoha Vrata XxparUue Coloael do yo think then la R WILL ON midst fr LITTLE SUFFERER Fsoo Hands and Arms Covered With Scrofulous Humors How o Cure f Wii Effected When Ave years old my little boy had scrofula on his face hands and arms It was worst on his chin although the sores on bis cheeks and hand were very bad It appeared In the form of red pimples which would fester break open and run aud then itcab over After disappearing they would break out again ThoycauBed Intense itching and the little sufferer had to bo watched continually to keep bhn from scratching the aoroa Wo became greatly alarmed at his condition My wifes mother had had scrofula and tho only medicine which bad helpd her was Hoods Barsaparllla We decided to glvo it to our boy aud wo noted an iinprovo-Kcnt in his case very soon After giving falm four bottles of Hoods Barsaparllla the humor had all been driven out of his blood and It has never since returned William Baktz 418 South Williams St South Bead Indiana Yoa eea buy Hoods Sarsaparilk of all druggists Be sure to get only Hoods EfqnireBion Jolly will assist Circuit Clerk Ball for awhile but can be found at his home at Bewieyville ready to attend to his Magisterial duties eery Saturday and at any other time it is necessary Our town Iibb been quite lively for several weeks People moving in and from one house to another and we really begin to feel our importance Dr Walker was called several times last week to see Mrs G W Richardson who is quite sick Mrs Piggot and Miss Floronce Cain attended the B V R 0 that met with Mrs Robert McGlothlan Saturday after noon Jan 1st Several relatives from this vicinity dined with It M Jolly Jan 1st in honor of his birthday The Senate adjourned for the first time on occount of the death of a private person when as a mark of symhathy for the President it adjourned because of the death uf his mother The B V R C will meet again with Mrs Robert McGlothlan Saturday alter noonJun 15th Miss Mary Blanford came home from Glendeane Christmas morning to spend the holidays Her parents made her a handsome presentan elegant new piano aa a Christmas gift Mary also received a present from the SupL of our Sabbath school This waa a Bible and given aa a priie for securing the most faithful attendance of her class of all the classes Golden Rod Cent Ouaraateed tobacco bablt cure makes waak Bm straw Wee4 ptre We H All druMtew His LipGbne M M Nicholson who lives at the corner of Curran and Anderson Sts At- Â¬ lanta Ga had a cancer for years It first appeared on his lip and resem bled a fever blister but spread rapidly and soon began to destroy the flesh His father and uncle had died from Cancer and he sought the best medical aid in different cit es but it seemed im- Â¬ possible to check the disease Several operations were performed but the can- Â¬ cer always returned This continued for years until the partition in his nose and his entire up per lip were eaten nway All treat Â¬ ment having proved ne looicea i utile upon death as the only relief Some one re Â¬ commended SSS Â¬ Thursday Jan 27 1898 Sell to the highest and best bidder Six Head of Horses and Mules he says a few bottles afford and Â¬ d checked I persevered in its ise and riinarkabie as it may seem I m completely cured and feel like I uve new life SSS is the most re tarhable remedy in the world and veryone will agree that the cure was a vondcrfiil one mr ntinued it and it was not long before the progress uf the disease seem- - ed some relief thus encouraged i co- Â¬ Seven Head of Cattle Twenty Three head of Hogs One First Class Tobacco Sdrew Farming Implements Household- and Kitchen Furniture Corn Hay and Oats At my residence 4 -- d six Â¬ n A Real Blood Remedy Cancer is in the blood aud it is folly expeit an operation to cure it SSS guauvtlctii puttly vegetable is a real em dy for every disease of the blood jooks ma ueu o Hooda Pills CT m XrgW lor Vlttf rce adlress jwiit Specific U Allan tu Ga sss aay Honey in horse rscingr Votk Time Yeitakd all nine Is Mevf O tk Fall of ok aai GiYwport Jtotvd J S MORTON TAW r ORJL KY