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HE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALXx VOL XXII BjDTH HOUSES Governor find much doubt as to the introduc- Â¬ tion of a bill lor a gerrymander of the ppiiiBPspppwpiiP---- - THE NRWS THATS FIT TO PRINT NO 27 CLOVEKPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 19 1898 GLENDEANE I HARD AT IT Kentucky Cousins Cant Marry In vestlgation of State Prisons And Pnbllc Institutions DfllUMURRAY FOR CIRCUIT JUDDE Democrats Are Heavily Loaded Anti School Trust Measure Repre Lees State Curfew Law Hon Chas Kentucky Appellate court districts In some way the Democratic leaders are said to have gotten it into their heads that the incasuro might prove a boome Â¬ rang and as they are not anxious to bo run over by any more political j auger nauts it is more than likely that they will let the gerrymander alone I have asked several of them about it but they refuse to discuss the matter more than informally Senator McChord refused to say anything about it but will probably oppose it Chas Nelson of Hardin will probably be sgiiist it as will bo Mr Lee of Bullitt and Mr Perkins But I expect the steering committee will refuse to recommend it and that it will not be introduced Â¬ Miss Mary Moorman visited MUs Hallle Moorman Sunday Dr Dempster and W R Moorman continue slowly to improve Ben Clarkson stock buyer from near Big Spring was hero last week The Georgia Climate Could Not Henry Moorman Jr is at home after Save Him an absence of two weeks in Tennessee Alt Taylor Rosetta purchased a lot of cattle of Dave Moorman last Saturday Mrs Hunter has been allowed a pen Â¬ After Imorovlno For a Time Ha Suffered a sion with pay since her husbands doath 1 Relapse Whoh Finally Miss Mary Blanford spent Saturday Resulted Fatally and Sunday with Misses Ella and Airie BUTTER WORTH DEAD CONGRESSIONAL SUMMARY Robersin Again I will open out with a full lino of goods at my old stand in Glendeano J II Brown Mr Nail who rented Browns property for a year has left here and gone to SKETCH OF HIS CAREER Blanford Probablo Gubernator- Â¬ ial Candidate on Representative all Sides H s well Is Being Heard From LATEST FRANKFORT NEWS Frankfort Ky Jan 17 The events of he past week have strengthened the belief of jour correspondent that the new Legislature is going to do the work before it as only business men can m I understand that his friends are working along quietly for Chas Blanford for Govornor and that he is going to sur- Â¬ prise the opposition with his early strength on the race He is almost sure One of the measures which bids fair to bo the first to announce to attract Btate attention and become a A Republican from Hardin county subject of attack from the Republicans said to me yesterday I am in favor of is the bill introduced Mr Keuben Con- Â¬ Bob Jolly for Congress in tho next elec- Â¬ ner whose purpose is to reduce the tion If he cannot be elected he cau salaries of various officers Tho bill is come mighty close to it and he can lay one of the clearest cut and one of the his plans for tho next race when he will most evenly balanced the term will be a sure victor I like the stuff he ia know and it is already causing much made of and thats a rugged honesty talk It provides for an Investigation about him that is the material for states which will be searching in its naturo and men it conclusive in its result This will bring I find that young Fred Long of Mor to the sin face the information Represen- Â¬ tative Conner is anxious for the people gantown is going to be a Republican and his constituency to know Then possibility for Congress in the next race Ho is anti Hunter will be the time to act promptly in the in third district matter of furnishing a remedy which Republican and has a mighty clean pubwill eradicate the ill effects or correct lic record He will say nothing aa to bis any faults which may exist in the plans but he Is almost certain to be a candidate methods now exlstirg Â¬ Â¬ Though there aro many joung states men in the body they have shown them tevles as aggressive and omnipresent iu their watchfulness of matters of moment as the older and more experienced heads ThlB Is especially true of the men from whom bloody shirt resolutions and pyrothechnic speeches of acrimony were expected With but few exceptions the general trend of legislation already presented for action and about to be offered for serious consideration is of n conservative and timely nature The p ople who are awaiting the exciting times in the House or Senate may have to wait till the end of the session and then he disappointed but I expect that some matters of moment are incubating which will bring the vigilant Republi Â¬ cans out of their shells turtle like and that spirited debates will be the rule on must of the public matters brought up for action As the bills are advanced from entry to first and second reading the real merit or crudity of them is being seen more and more and the solons who refer to their notes as the legisla Â¬ tion progresses got ready to make deduc tions which will furnish themes for wool pulling as the old and homely saying goes Â¬ There are all sorts of investigating resolutions in the sleeves of the Demo-Â¬ cratic members and I understand two or Stephensport three of these are loaded and oided to I will pay cash for produco and will I am not at liberty to tell the muzzle all that I have heard but I expect the sell as cheap as any one in tho county J II Brown next ten days will bring out one or two Miss Brown who is at merchant De resolutions which will provoke some wees was dangerously ill last week more heated debates She lias about recovered The first ill to come up for actual Tho Rev Mr Harper who has been passage was the ono prohibiting the marriage of first cousins in Kentucky living near Glendeane for a few years and it precipitated an exciting cross fire has moved to the Jake Smith farm Miss Grace Howard a charming young of floor expressions beforo it ran its stormy course to recommitment This lady of Ohio county leaves this morning means that there is a large element in for Kirk after a visit of several days to the Houso which is opposed to such a Iriends and relatives here law and it will hardly pass at this term The foreman of the bridge crew has moved to town He will occupy one of The next really largo bill for discussion will be the anti nchool trust measure Joe Mattinglys honea Another of the which wilt be called up to day or to- Â¬ same crew lias moved into the property morrow The school book combine has Dr Dempster recently purchased of Mr men to the number of six on the ground Dick Alvey The Automathians next Friday after- Â¬ lobbying like the mad to prevent the passage of a bill cutting off the trusts noon will render one of their best pro Mies Mies Board will sing perquisites and it will be a hard fight in grams any event I expect to hear some of the Blanford will recite and a motion sorg stoi g st speeches of the session on it by the little folks will be entertaining Morgan Chinn will lead the fight against Come out to hear them the tiust Important business transactions last Representative Lee ia going to try hard week were a purcbaso of timber near to have passed a law fining boys who Rockvale made by the Cooperage Comrun at large at night in other words a pany and John Deanes timber purcbaso The two sales genoral state Curfew law which will from R G Robertson amount to more than 3000 cause another hot debate Julian Brown is back at his old stand hit uaswew is a vigorous young welcomed by his old customers and watchman of his constituents interests everybody else Mrs Brown is at Clovand when there is a chance to stop a erport where she has been sick since thing or sidetrack it he is always heard the first of December When able sbp from He has made his maiden speech will come to Glendeane whore Julian against the Trimble penitentiary investi- Â¬ will continue running a first class con- Â¬ gation resolution and it was a most fectionery and grocery store as hereto- Â¬ creditable one indeed 1 Â¬ Â¬ Thoraasvllle Qa Jan 17 At 315 oclock Sunday afternoon Hon Benja Â¬ min Buttorworth United States com- Â¬ missioner of patents died at Plney Woods hotel here where he had been ill for several weeks Tho end was peaceful and when it rame his wlfo and children were at his bedside He came hero to rcc pcrnto from an attack of pneumonia and recovered rapidly until two weeks ago when he suffered from uremic convulsions From that relapse he never recov- Â¬ ered His body will be sent to Wash- Â¬ ington Biography Benjamin Buttcrnorth wm what 1 known aa a birthright Quaker Those who knew him heat during his busy career are unanimous In Haying of htm Ills dally life was as exemplary of the tenets of that good old faith as that of any public olOcltl Could be Ilutterworths first acquaintance with law was made In the ofUce of Duibln Ward then a successful practitioner In Cincinnati During the nar ho attained the rank of major In nn Ohio regiment lie was com mlssloncr of patents first during the admin Istratlons of Uarlleld and Arthur nnd his record mado then and subsequently had great weight with President McKlnley In selecting blm for that position lie was made secretary of the worlds fair project early In the Inception of that great enterprise at Chicago during the early nineties and worked nlong In that capacity with honor to himself and profit to the com pany until Its close Â¬ fore Supt Driskell dropped in to the sur Â¬ prise of Utopians last Thursday A good officer ho is and popular among his teachers There lives no man more de- Â¬ voted to duty and his efficient work of the past followed rby four years more of the same sort will place our schools up with the best in our commonwealth He attended the meeting of Superintendents held in Frankfort just after the holidays and comes back more enthusiastic than eyer LONG BRANCH The roads between here and Branden- Â¬ burg are almost impassable Mrs Wm Kelley has been quite sick but is at this writing much Improved Miss Pearle L Toushee of Ekron is visiting her cousin Miss Eleanor B Hendrick Mrs J II Sullivan and children of Louisville are expected next week to visit Mrs II S Djoley Andrew H Carrico spent Saturday and Sunday in West Point the guest of his sister Mrs Dave Henry Mr Kirtey Black of Louisville who has been visiting his aunt Mrs James Rlcketts has returned home Mrs A J Blckerstaff spent several days of last week with her sister Mrs Tom Tear below Brandenburg Mrs Mary Hendrick after several weeks visit in this community has re Â¬ turned to her home near Guston Mr Robert T Hendrick of McKinney Texas who has been visiting friends and relatives at this place has returned homo Mr and Mrs Tom E Jenkins of Louisville spent last week at this place the guests of Mr and Mrs W 0 M Geheo The friends of Mrs J A MtGehee will be glad to hear that she is now able to leave her room after a very severe illness of two weeks My but we would liked over so much to have seen Miss Addle G Ditto in that cake walk at Cloverport Gad to lit ar of her getting the cake Mr Albert Bewley spent Saturday and Sunday at his homo Highland There seems to be great attraction near that place for Mr Bewley I regretted vry much that I was un Â¬ able to attend the Contributory Boclety which met last Saturday evening with Mrs W II Gougb Brandenburg Mr E O McGehee went to Branden Â¬ burg Monday to accept the position u salesman of Mr J D Richardson who la ia the grocery business at that place Eugene ie a very bright and reliable young ataa and we predict a bright fu Â¬ ture for hi aa He baa a score of friends who wish blm much succm ia bis undertakings clerk of tho treasury department dur- Â¬ ing the last Cleveland administration Ho had been in poor health for more than a year and recently had returned from a fruitless search for relief ct Hot Springs Five days ago ho was forced to tako to bis bed but his condition was not The cause of considered alarming death is given as heart failure General Auger Dead Washington Jan 17 General Chris Â¬ topher Colon Auger United States ar- Â¬ my retired died of old age at his home General Auger in West Washington was ono of the three surviving mem- Â¬ bers of tho class of 43 at West Point the class with which General Grant graduated Died of Ineinnonln Taunton Mass Jan 17 Thompson CAltLISLi DEAD Ills Death Katlier Sudden Although He Had Heen III Now York Jan 17 Logan Carlisle died suddenly at the homo of his father John O Carlisle Sunday He was chief LOO AN Newbury 78 founder and chief owner of the Taunton Oilcloth company and also founder of the American Screw company of Providence died of pneu- Â¬ monia Sensational Suit Filed A sensa- Â¬ Prcscott A T Jan 17 tional suit has been filed hero In connection with the Crowned King Mining Company an Illinois cor- Â¬ poration The plaintiff Orrln F Placo owner of one third of tho stock sues the company and five directors alleg- Â¬ ing an Improper Issue of stock upon which It is claimed the defendants paid themselves 27000 in fraudulent divi- Â¬ dends and also that the salary roll was Improperly swelled Abolition of Bounties Acceptable Berlin Jan 17 The Socloty of Ger Â¬ man Sugar Producers at a special meeting adopted a resolution declar- Â¬ ing that abolition of bounties would be acceptable provided all countries abol- Â¬ ished both direct and indirect bounties A further resolution was adopted call- Â¬ ing upon the government to glvo tho sugar producers a years notlco One of the most imporTant moves made during the past week was the step taken to inyestlgato the state prisons and public institutions While there is always more or lees discontent over the management of these public institutions under every administration there has never been quite so much talk of mud- Â¬ dles as since Gov Bradley took cbarfe of the helm of state Representative Trimbles resolution for an investigation of the affairs of all the public buildings was hotly fought by Representative Has well of Breckenridge who asked that an imejtiiiatioacoveriDgtho administra Â¬ tions for the past twenty years be inst tuted and that the Republicans be allowed au equal number of representa Â¬ tives on the committee This brought up a debate which has seldom been equaled in the old Assembly Hall It was the means of bringing to the foro eloquent members who had studied the queston well and all presented their facts in convincing stjle Mr Haswell said he felt satisfied that he had succeeded In setting a compromise in which an Investigation was ordered to the begin Â¬ ning of the Brown administration of Breckeu ridge and Senator Petrie of Todd county will lead a similar move Â¬ ment from the Republican side In the A friend of the Nkws said yesterday I think Dave Murray ought to go to Congress next time but he wont for he thinks Smith ought to be indorsed and I think he ought to be elected circuit Judge in the next race He can win as easy as falling off a log and I believe bis friends will induce him to shine his castor in the ring Dave will make a just and capable and popular Justica A Cure for Lame Back My daughter when recovering from an attack of fever was a great sufferer from pain in the back and hips writes Louden Grover of Sardis Ky After using quiet a number of remedies with Â¬ out any benefit she tried one bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm and it has given entire relief Chamberlains Pain Balm is also a certain cure for rheuma Â¬ tism Sold by A R Fisher Cloverport R A Shellman StepbensporU CONSIDER FRIENDS CONSIDER Splendid Opening for the Erection of An Ice PlaRt Midwinter I and not a pound of ice harvested by local ce dealers Tbis is the condition that has confronted Ice merchants for several years pal and were It not for blocks of artificial frigi Â¬ dity that are shipped In here from the cities the people would have nothing to cool their lemonade or refrigerators during the torrid days of tho summer solstice Cloverport is situated ia the heart of a territory that would support a large ice factory Local capitalists should raise sufflcieat mosey to put up a 10 toa ce plant during the coming summer It will pay from the start Murder Is Suspected Oakland Cal Jan 17 The authorl- ties are Investigating the death of Jo Â¬ seph Raeslde a horse trainer whoso mangled corpse was found alongside the railroad track atShell Mound there being a strong suspicion that he was murdered nnd his body placed upon tho track for tho purpose- of destroying all traces of tho crimo - It is understood that Senator Jolly Ui Bfc- - o Senate this week They will seek to have Republicans recoguized aa being entitled to equal representation but they will find themselves la the fame hopeless minority Only unusual foren Â¬ sic ta1et and a whirlwind of overwhelm Ib argument can bring them any good remits And by the way this prison it is said may and asylum liwtIaMo develop some ettMtloM which will be Kethiag abort of starting In import Aiether Qei Man Geae WreBg The eoMwittee appelated to probe the He failed to use Foleys Kidney Cure afttiw of Ike eoneenu wIM begin the for bis Kidney oowpWat A R Fisher w wk Thursday or earlier ad when Cloverport R A Shellman Stephens Ym tie true j tbey report the far will f port Gmle fc Hayaes Pateeville Foleys Hooey and Tar ltaaue will be on their nettle aod the A Witt HanHnobaig Is the beet Coagb Medklae Djioweta will be grimly deermia4 ia A R FieUer Cloverport j R A 8bell for FtftjOMM tbeir eHorte to Me be report well Uayaea Gordoa GeataeieiMl tohMM fcaWt omn tehee week wm SUpbeaebort 7i Witt Hardietwfc a moH Auanmrmm- - ftMlte ttwwsfb beh Heoes oa tie way to the Attacked the Autonomy Scheme Madrid Jan 17 Senor Romero Itob ledo presiding at a meeting of his friends attacked the autonomy scheme and sought lo magnify the significance of the recent demonstrations at Ha Â¬ vana Tho meeting decided to reas- Â¬ semble on Tuesday In order to draft an address to the queen regent Oenral Revolt Irobable Havana Jan 17 Although outward Â¬ ly order Is restored here great excite Â¬ ment continues and unless tho news Â¬ papers exerclao under the press cen Â¬ sorship great prudenco a goneral re- Â¬ volt la probable with much bloodshed because In such an ovent the army vol Â¬ unteers would fraternlzo DemeastraUM Social his Make Vienna Jan 17 Five thousand Be clallet orkraea made a derifceaetMttioa here In froat of the ratkaue te teems Dr Ltieoar the bturgoataater bad for blddea tkeai to bold a sMettag a the bulldlag m Washington Jan 14 Several pre Â¬ liminary speeches were made on the Hawaiian annexation treaty Washington Jan 15 Senator Allen of Nebraska objected to the confirma- Â¬ tion of the nomination of Hon Joseph Ex Senator Blackburns Daugh- Â¬ McKenna as associate Justice of the United States supremo court and the ter Shoots Herself matter went over for a week Senator Hoar Introduced a resolution changing tho time for Inaugurating the president from March to April She Had Lifted a Pistol out of a Drawer In the House When It Fell to the Floor And Washington Jan 14 Representa Â¬ Discharged tive Bland Introduced a free coinage bill which makes discrimination against silver a crime The fight against free seed distribution failed Washington Jan 15 The agricultu- Â¬ RESULTS MAY PROVE FATAL ral appropriation bill was passed A bill extending the homestead laws to Alaska was favorably reported Washington Jan 17 As she was An Atrocious Murder preparing to retlro In her apartments Philadelphia Jan 17 The body of at the Wellington hotel Mrs Lucille Percy Lockyar who Is be- Â¬ Lane youngest daughter of ex Senator lieved to have been murderod on Fri- Â¬ Joe Blackburn of Kentucky shot her- Â¬ day night by Samuel Hen- Â¬ self derson was found in the bottom of Tho statement given out by tho fam- Â¬ Reddlo creek The body of the child ily Is that tho shooting was accidental when found was weighted with two and was caused by a small pistol heavy stones ono about his neck and which catching In some laces in tho the other around his ankles His skull drawer fell as she lifted them and ex Â¬ was crushed In and there was a knife ploded by the hammer striking the side thrust Just above the heart and sim Â¬ of the drawer ilar wounds on his breast side and The wound Is In tho left breast and forehead while on the side of his face Is probably fatal Mrs Lane Is suffer- Â¬ was a long cut extending from below ing from Bhock so severely that the tho eye to the chin physicians liavo not yet mado any at- Â¬ tempt to locate tho bullet Irregularities Claimed Anderson Ind Jan 17 Indiana Kentucky Trust Company Assigns Uniform Rank Catholic Knights of Louisville Jan 17 At n meeting of America commanderles received off- Â¬ tho directors of the Kentucky Trust icial Instructions from Commander-in-Chie- f company held at noon an assignment Kadeskl In which he warns the to tho Columbia FInanco and Trust officers against recognizing JW Nord company was ordered nnd the deed of ham of Vincenncs as commander-in-chie- f assignment was filed by tho new pres- Â¬ It Is thought the matter will bo ident H D Ormsby It has been taken Into the courts or the pope will known that tho concern has been In bo asked to interfere The order now hard lines for some time owing to the numbers nearly 20000 uniformed mem- Â¬ flight and peculations of General Man bers and Is the recognized military ager William Renlcke body of the Catholic church in Amer- Â¬ A Narrow Escape ica Valley View Ky Jan 15 General A Notable Grand Jury Casslus M Clays young wife Dorr Trenton Jan 17 One of the most barely escaped death at the hands of notablo grand juries ever drawn In the her brother Clell Richardson at whose United States district court for the houso sho has been boarding ever since district of Now Jersey Is that which she left the general two months ago will be sworn In on Tuesday at tho Richardson fired two shots at her with opening of the January term of court a large pistol at n distance of 20 paces The panel will Include several mill- Â¬ and then fired a shot at Mrs John Bry Â¬ ionaires mong them Qeor3 J Gould ant his mother-in-lawho was with an ex United States senator four may- Â¬ Mrs Clay ors and several other persons of promFlcht at II II ml Tlser inence Barboursvllle Ky Jan 15 News IIU Heart Too Large reached here of a bloody fight at a Anderson Ind Jan 17 A postmor- Â¬ blind tiger on Sandy Fork Leslie tem reveled the fact that Orval Mel county In which Robert Calwoll ser who died at the supper table Fri- Â¬ Smith Helton John Williams and Tom day nrght was the victim of on en Â¬ Wlllson all colored were killed and larged heart Tho weight of the aver Will Burgas mortally wounded Whis Â¬ ago heart Is a littlo over a pound His ky was the cause of the fight weighed a littlo over two and one halt Drannon Case Iteferred pounds and was proportionately large Lexington Ky Jan 12 The board Gnu Ilay ut a Dance of appeals of the American Turf con Â¬ Littlo Rock Jan 17 At a dance on gress has decided that tho case of John the Falls plantation In Mississippi Brannon should be referred back to county a shooting affray took place be- Â¬ the Latonla Jockey club as Brannons tween the three sons of Armlstead alleged fraudulent work was done prior Phillips on one sldo and the three sons to the creation of the board of Wright Ray on the other side Two Durled In a Well men were killed and two fatally wound- Â¬ Owensboro Ky Jan 17 Early ed the casualties being equally divided Smith a young farmer was removing And There Are Other brick from the wall of a well on his Columbus Ind Jan 17 Nathan Da Â¬ farm when tho sides cared In burying vis of Sand Creek township who has him several feet under the ground He been attending Quaker revival meet- Â¬ was dug out but was dead when found ings had to be lodged In Jail being Dura Clay HI crazy over tho excitement Some oth- Â¬ Valleyvlew Ky Jan 13 Mrs Dora er pcoplo of that vicinity who have Clay Is sick In bed of tonsllltls She been attending the meetings are great Â¬ contracted a cold when sho went to ly excited see General Clay last week Sho has not heard from Mr Clay since she was Suicided by liaaglnr South Bend Ind Jan 13 Gottlieb there o blaok Fralk 52 a quite Flremnii Killed smlth in a fit of despondency commit- Â¬ Rusacllvllle Ky Jan 14 The Ste- Â¬ ted suicide by hanging himself In a venson block was burned Loss 30 chicken coop He owned three houses 000 partially insured George Col- Â¬ still ho declared he could not live with- Â¬ lins fireman was caught under a fall- Â¬ out work ing wall and was crushed to death Father of the House of Commons Chris Is Sly London Jan 17 Rt Hon Charles Louisville Jan 17 Tho utmost Pelham VUllers member of parliament secrecy is beiug observed regarding and the visit of Chris Von dcr Ahe of St South Wolverhampton from known as the Father of the House of Louis to this city having sat continuously in CommonB Millionaire Trump III tho house since 1835 died at 9 p m Paducah Ky Jan 13 James E The Deadly Toy 1ltol Berry the mlllonalro tramp Is delir Â¬ New Albany Ind Jan 17 Clydo ious from drink and fever His condi Â¬ Hood 17 died as a result of blood poi- Â¬ tion is precarious son superinduced by a wound In the They Ought to Kuow hand sustained on Christmas day by Terre Haute Ind Jan 15 The di- Â¬ the accidental discharge of a toy pis Â¬ rectors of the National Stato bank of tol this city made tho following statement regarding the report that the troubles rianlns Mill Darned Evansvllle Ind Jan 17 Tho Cot- Â¬ of ex Cashier Donaghoe were brought tage planing mill owned by Schlundt about through transactions with Rus Â¬ Saucr was destroyed by fire Loss sell B Harrison of the Terre Hauto The direct- Â¬ 5000 The fire Street Railway company Insurance 126000 originated from spontaneous combus- Â¬ ors of tho National Stato bank author- Â¬ ize the statement that tho causes lead Â¬ tion ing to the dismissal of Mr Donaghoo Married Eleven Times In no wise involve business dealings Philip Voo with Mr EvanBvlllo Ind Jan 17 Russell B Harrison or his Ung 50 of Dubois county has been the road husband of 11 wives and la the father He saya he will live of 27 children and Whiskey nablta long enough to take a twelfth wife cured at home with- Â¬ out pain Book of par Â¬ Swept by a Tornado ticulars sect TREK BMYYOOUKYMU Guthrie O T Jan 17 A terrlflq ifflcolOiNlrToriK tornado accompanied by heavy rain and hall passed across Pottawatomie county near Maude Postofllco No onq was killed In the Senate PECULIAR ACCIDENT Royal makes the food pars wholesome and dellcloe TV POWDER Absolutely Pure ROYAL SAKIha KVtDU CO NIW YOSK Iery on Stockholders Indlnnnpolls Jan 17 The president and secretary of the Home Savings association by advice of the directors have Issued a circular making a levy of 10 per cent on all stockholders both on capital stock and unpaid earnings Prolonged nnd unparalleled depres- Â¬ sion and distrust Is cited as tho rea- Â¬ son forthls action A consolidation with the World Building and Loan as- Â¬ sociation Is also recommended Juieulle Strike Ended Muncle Ind Jan 11 The Juvenile strike at the Ball Brothers fruit Jar works Is practically ended with the company the victor Many of the boys have returned to work at former wages Smoked Clgnrettes Redkey Ind Jan 13 Frank Atkin- Â¬ son a young man of this place has be- Â¬ come Insane through the Incessant smoking of cigarettes Incendiaries at Work Flora Ind Jan 12 Incendiaries at- Â¬ tempted to burn Shlrar schoolhousc near here MARKET RbTPORTS Â¬ w Grain and Stock Quotations lor Jan IS New York 10 OOflll 60 extra mess Heef Farallr 0 OCMiO SO pniLed IS KK10 SO Cut meats llrkled helUe SftUc pickled shoulders Bfi5V4cj pick d bams 7c Lard Wester j steam 5 00 Pork Old mess SOD 00 IluttPr Western dairy 12Q20C cream ery MStTiUOc do factory ll315c Cheese State lart 84J84c small 49K part skims Mjc full skims 334c Etta State and Pennsylvania 20U2c western fresh 20c Wliroit DOXc Corn 34Kc Oits 28Wc nyo fiJUc Â¬ Ilttshurtr 4 D035 00 Cattle Choice food U 70 4 40Q4 03 fair 14 20 4 eo tidy butchers S3 25fl3 GO heifers 14 25 common 4 00 2 0033 70 U SO hulls stilts and cows Â¬ fresh cows 20iJ50 Hogs Yorkers J3 703 80 mediums 3 7SQ3 80 fair 3 SO trassers S3 4C 34 heavy tl 05ft3 70 rough J3 003 23 pies j 7ni 70 4 Gifl4 7S Sheep Choice good U 603 4 10C4 40 4 00 fair common 3 SOitf 5 7Sft5 83 4 00 lambs Chicago 3 IKKuS 40 cows Cattle Ileeves and heifers f- - 10ti4 SO Texas steers 3 4024 4 00fi4 80 4 23 Blockers and neiter feeders T 3VFi4 33 3 4n1 03 mediums IlogH IlBlit 3 60 f3 jS lainy X3 4VfjU 70 roughs J3 40U H 4 SO Sheeps and Lambs Choice sheep Jt 4 IOfiJ SO 40 common fair 3 3 OU choice lambs 10 exports 3 0 00 Corn 2016c Wheat 0116c Oats Itye 44VC 4 4 231J Ouj 753 22 well-to-d- Uuflalo 4 15f4 23 shipping Cattle nutchers 6014 7S best steers 4 8 3 10 coi I 3 S04 00 stockers and cows and beliers feeders J3 4CC4 23 Hogs Yorkers S3 80CJ3 83 roughs com mon to Rood 3 10tQ3 33 mediums and 3 0OB3 03 heavies 3 70113 73 pigs Sheep and Lambs Sheep extra 4 GSQ 4 CO eood 3 40S9 CO prime common 12 00ii3 73 choice lambs 3 73Q3 00 Cleveland Hops Yorkers nnd lights 3 70 medi ums and heavies J 70 stags and roughs 2 5042 00 2 S084 40 bherp nnd Lambs Sheep lambs S4 OCVftS 03 SO Cattle Steers J3 754 heifers 4 00 Q4 23 cows and bulls 2 2S3 SO Cincinnati Wheat No 2 red 03V6c Corn No 2 21c Outs No 2 mixed 25c mixed Itye 10c 4 00 4 GO Hulk meats Lard Bacon -- 5 50 Iogs J3 0O33 70 Caltle 2 23N C5 Sheep J2 OHl 03 4 Â¬ lloston hl Cteces Wool 28c XX ana aboie 4131c X and above 27Q 30U3lc delaine 30 Toledo Corn 27Jic Whcat Ole 3 IT Itye 40c Cloverecd CornNo 22c 3 Ualtlinors Butter Kresh lSc Pancy creamery liggj Jot Cacrfl jvag Vt sever CoU m t Opium ad KLVS CREAM BALM lsanosltlvecure Apply Into the nostrils It Is quickly absorbed W csnts st Drucvlsts or hy mall samples 10c by mall KLY BUOTIICKS M Wsrnn EL New York City Smith Has Heen NotltUd Virgil A Indianapolis Jan 17 Smith has been notified of his appoint Â¬ ment as consular agent at Ne gales Mexico Had Lived IMB Kaeugh Jbb 17 Joel Put Denver Mas aeaa a retired ebee sutatifactwrereeMi aUt4 euteide by sbeotlag spttZSSttgg3SSG3SSgSZi 5 Going to Build or Repair Write Louisville Ky For Prices on Lumber Doors Sash ami They Blinds Shingles Steel Roofing s will wive you money J P Will CO ThBpb OAHTOXIXA UjsSST si H iiPfSPIIpPpfppspPfP MWmssswnwHSsrww Breckenridge Fm news L HARDIN8BURG H BRANDENBURG No preaching iu town last Sunday Mrs Bishop Is visiting In Louisville Mary Liu Ditto will begin her music attain soon Two carpets to make for the Orphans Home Como and help O M Nevltt and sister Miss Lena have returned from Louisville 9 kV 0 Bribtgt Editor and Froprlitri A W TIME TABLE WEDNEHD Y JANUARY 10 18P8 gomo HIT assenger Dally arr IUrJInnburi Tt3T m SIX PAGES ftunrir Dally arr 010 IlarJIntbart W1IT Vigors uerdicts all the promises made for verdict IS pm Â¬ EXTRAORDINARY oJixtOJjL We are going to get rid of all our heavy goods even at a LOSS but as we NEED the room for our SPRING GOODS have thrown discretion to the winds and made some very low prices on almost our entire stock LOT NO 1- Anotiieb Monetary Convention is Rev Fred K lly was vsitlng his fath announced to take place at Indianapolis er here labt week in the near future C E Haswell has bjen elected a di Â¬ rector in the B N college A Republican member ot the Legisla Â¬ Miss Clare Lewis returned from a visit ture haa introduced a bill to abolish tbe to Now Albany Ind lest Friday office ot jailer in every county J II B Logan attended the teachers mtctlng at Garfield lastSaturday Dont worry about the shops They Mrs W E Board was hero last week are still hero and likely to remain longer than some o those who are howlirg the visiting her sister Mrs V K Barnes Hnl Mu ray and Gus Brown Clover loudtst about their removal port wero hero last Saturday on legal Tub FopuliBt Conference at St Louis hiinlnpfl decided to fix the date for the next P Pupils attending the B N college will National Convention by a referendum be able to secure board hero tins spring vote of the members of the patty at 2 00 per week The second Quarterly meeting of the Tub Nbw York Journal a strong M E church South will be held here eastern paper which has all along strong- the fifth Sunday in this month ly supported Win J Bryan declared a V G Babbage spoke to the students few days ago it purpose to quit Mr of the B N college last Friday even Â¬ Bryan and his 10 to 1 theory ing on the sul ject of M unci pal Law Johnnie Klneheloe is attending the There is a resolution before Congress Kentucky pchool of Medicine in Louis-Â¬ Â¬ which proposes to change the inauguraville This is his his seconl term there tion day of the President from the 4th of V D Payne of Harned made an as March to April the JOth and aleo to make the terms of all members of Con Â¬ signment last Friday for the benefit of Mh creditors 4000 liabilities Assets gress to begin on that date Â¬ Â¬ The town responded willingly to tho call to help dependent orphans Wolf Creek has sent in a nice contri- Â¬ bution to the Home Cedar Grove also Six babies will be at the Home Come to eoe them and bring a token of love O AYERS HAIR of those VIGOR fulfills 11 Is the ho have Med it MNevltt got out a bretzy little week called paptr last News The Weekly AVers Hair VmoR for fifteen years and do not know of a single case where FM It did not give entire satisfaction OROVB Paunsdale Ala I have sold Jfyor s J Mits Mary Taylor is with her aunt Mrs Thomas Hamilton to spend some- Â¬ time Mr Bob Jolly is securing many boquets In the way of compliments from reporto rial quills My cousin Geo Ahxander is being heard from and is ou some important committees Mrs HeBSons mother came up from Leitchfield last week to spend some- Â¬ time with her Wanted some kind hearted farmer to donate a good cow lo the Home Poor little bottle babies must have milk Rev W I lesson will lecture on the Luelle Home at Big Spring Thursday night and at Barrett Friday night Garrett will furnish a room at the Home called The Peoples Room Clint Crutcher is much Interested It is as great to be a noble foe as it Is to be a true fiiend I would take the former every time to a pretended friend There will be an Aid Social at the Luelle Home on Saturday night Every- Â¬ body cordially invited Proceeds for the Home Barney Worland has been quite sick hence tho Christian Contributor Society did not meet at Mrs Goughs last Satur day nght A musical festival and a state fair trotting races a horse show and a Sate lites parade are attractions that are booked for Louisville in 1898 E V Bishops weekly letters on poul- Â¬ try that are appearing in tbe Meade Messenger are very interesting to one engaged in that line of business The church debt on M E church is Bro Hesson says only about paid thirty six dollars remains and one of tho best men in the church assures him it Â¬ When disease caused my hair to fait out I found AVers HAIR Viooa a most excellent preparation and one that does all that Is L RUSH Connellsvllle Pa claimed for It H air - 2igor Avers Hair Vigor does all that is claimed for It It restored my hair which was fast becoming Cray back to Its natural color dark W II HASELHOFF Pater son NJ brown Did St time my hair began to fall out The use of the falling out AVers Hair Vioor stoppedhealthy MRS and made the scalp clean and C M AYRES Mount Airy Ga My head became full of dandruff and after Pick and Choice of Mens SHOES SUIT OR OVERCOAT 125 worth from 700 to 900 LOT NO 2- 500 - 85c Kid For Womens Dongola well bought at Louisville Commercial has moved into new quarters and has a brand new outfit It is very much improved in The 1800 Lewis Moorman and his family left for Meridian Mississippi last Sunday evening They went to Cloverport and typographical appearance and make up metroand is now a llrst class politan newspaper The new manage Â¬ ment has put new life and snap into its editorial and news columns and given the paper a new lease on life The Com- Â¬ mercial is good newspaper property Â¬ took a boat Mrs Davis sister of ludgj Mercer was visiting here this week to Bee the Judge and his family She is stopping with Mrs C L Beard Chintz Royalty has sold his house and lot to Amon Kincheloo Mr Royalty will move to Taylor Beards propsrty and Charlotte M Braome in one of her best book Wife In Name Only One of the strangest of universal laws to mo is why the innocent always do and always must suffer for the guilty It is a mystery I shall never understand Be- Â¬ grain SHOES all Pick and choice of Mens regular 125 and solida 150 Shoe SUIT or OVERCOAT worth from 800 to 1100 25c LOT NO 3- 650 - 98c Glove For Womens Heavy For an assortment of Boys CAPS worth from 35 to 5Cc cause one person does wrong and should The leaders of the free silver move- Â¬ ment among all parties at Washington are trying to devise ways and means for Bome system and concent of action The Populists and Democrats and Silver Republicans all now admit that in order to accomplish anything for the cause they must work together On Jan 18 the American Bimetallic Union comes together at which time perhaps something may be heard to drop Â¬ Â¬ What is the difference between a cheap currency issued by banks and an unlimited issue of silver dollars by the mines of the west They are both schemes for the bent fit of a certain class of individuals Let the currency alone It is good enough now and there is plenty of it All a fellow has to do is to hustle for it earn it and spend less than he makes uud hell have some by and by Thats our solution of the money question Work ou the forth coinirg special edition of the News is progressing rapid- Â¬ ly The compilers are gathering data and information that will make it a complete sympoMium of the advantages and resources of Brtckenridge county Let ters have already been received from soveral gentlemen of state reputation who have signified their intention of of being leprebented in its columns and who are going to assist in its success The edition will be of a nature calculated to attract the attention of capitalists and investors to this field The clays coal building stone ashphaltum medical springs gas and oil found here make it a veritable Klondike in the richness and variety of its opportunities Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ keep boarding house Your photographs 1 00 per dczen at J W Mattinglys g tilery Come In by February 1st as I will leave on that date Good work guaranteed There will be a public meetirg at the Court houso next Saturday night in the Everybody is interest of education pecially requested to attend Mr R B Logan of Friars Point Mississippi was here last week visiting his brother Prof J II B Logan Mr Lo gan owns a largo farm in Mississippi Several ladies met with the pastor Rev S K Breeding lpst Thursday at the residence of Mrs P M Beard and organized a Bible reading class They will meet pg tin tomorrow at 2 p m at the parsonage Prof Logan has secured the services of Prof Frank Pate to assist him in the B N college duricg the spring term Mr Pate has a fine reputation as a col- Â¬ lege man having taught in some of the btst schools in the state He is a broth of the ex sheriff S A Pate Miss Lucy May entertained a number of iter young friends at suppjr Wednes day evenitig January C the occasion be Â¬ ing iter fifteenth birthday Those pre- Â¬ sent were Missess Lottie Sherman Neti Beard Addie K Eskridge Ella Alii and Frances Kelly The meeting at Antioch closed lost Friday there were eighteen professions There will be preaching there next Sun day at 11 oclock by Rav H C Hook and there will be an opportunity given to any person or persons desiring to identify themselves with the church and receive the sacrament Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ will come It is rather suspicious when doors creak in the wee sma hours and young men tip toe In Ten Nights in a Bar- Room is a fine book to read till morn ing dawns The Poultry Show in Louisville was not a success financially but a number of beautiful birds were exhibited and they will finally be educated up to tbe importance of more interest being mani fested H Mr M E Avitt who has been teach- Â¬ ing in the public school here for the last It Will Be a Daisy two years will have charge of the InterFrom the Louisville loit mediate and primary department in ttie Clever John Uabbage of Cloverpoit B N College this spring Mr Avitt lias News and it would be iiard to fiud a given general satisfaction to the patrons neater or more readable publication Bays of the public school and would be grati Â¬ he will issue a special illustrated indus fied to have them continue their patron Â¬ trial edition in two weeks That it will age with him at the college be a creditable piece of work may be Mr Mattingly the new post master taken as a foregone conclusion for Edi- Â¬ at Garfiuld took charge of the office tor Babbage wont let anything but a there last Monday Mr Mattingly is first class paper leave iiis otlice thirty five years of age has been all his life a Republican and a resident of Gar Â¬ News Tintypes field about six years He was born aud It is said that painting is now done by reared in llawesville Ky He only had one opponent J B Whitworth in the compressed air So is prize fighting llawesville lias water works but up to contest for the place The offlco only the time of going to press the saloons pays about 100 a year at Garflald but it is wortlt looking after for this amount were doing the biggest business John Moredock who had the office four Buck Adkisson says the earth is fiat years didnt desire it any longor Johns and Ills friends think he will be able to going to retire to private life He thinks prove it tills year that with all the assistance he has had If you are dissatisfied with your wife from Tnclo Sam witli free mail delivbuy lier a gasoline stove It is cheaper ery all over tho country Rnd coudnt than a divorce and keeps the Bcandal get a wife and bosom companion to help monger out of a job him along through lie hell just quit They just had to elect Marc Hanna to trying and go it alone the Senate If they had not he might have got mad and taken Ohio off the Mrs M B Ford RuddellV III suf map fered for eight years from dyspepsia and A colored Louisville lawyer has been chronic constipation and was filially offered n consulate But he cant accept cured by using Do Witts Llttlo Early becauso the annual salary is not enough Risers the famous little pills for all to buy his ticket to the place where his stomach and liver troubles Short job begins Haynea Representative Brown the Hancock Populist wanta hunting prohibited tor The Best In the State five years Ho need have no fears as no Pavnesvillk Jan 13th 08 Dkab able to find him when he one will be 8m Find enclosed money for renewal gets home All the world Joyes a lover and for Courier Journal and Breckknriixib News tho best county paper in the thats what makes the other girl mad Respectfully Yours Fire alarm Foraker had to run mighty State A M Weidman get out of the way of the Hanna fast to hose reel Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Columbine so say botany students at the classic Hub may at last be our national fhwer and good seasons are assigned for its selection We should certainly have a fljral emblem as other nations The Epworth League had literary exercises last Sunday night Ruth Phil- Â¬ lips and Lula Woolfolk recited Both girls are gifted in that line It Is hard to revive an interest in the League as only a few take part First cousins the Legislature says may not be able to marry in Kentucky Anyhow the bill is up for discussion If first cousins are determined to marry a Gretna Grene will be found sure People cannot control love The attendance at the Ladka Aid and the Missionary Society has been very small all the winter The society at Hardlnsburg should be an example for us to do better for 1698 I was glad to read that excellent report MrsS C Malin went to Vine Grove last Saturday to Bee her mother from there she goes to Oweusboro We shall miss Mrs Malin iu all church work as she was ever at the helm and duty was always her first consideration Mrs Dr Pusey and Miss Maydee Pusey furnished a room at the Lucile Home complete in every detail It is a pretty bright substantial room emblo matical of that sweet bright girl and substantial as her good mother Deboeand Blackburn are Kentuckians but when it comes to a horse race Deboe is not to the manner bom Blackburn regards his colleague as off and w ent to the races by himself Now you know once Mr Editor I was afraid we might put a band around your head and upon reading all those nice things about you in the Contemporaries we mglit have to yet I am impatient fur that coming Illustrated sheet Tho Lucile Orphaus Home is fully established at Mrs 8 O Mallns property next door to Baptist church ou West Hill Mr and Mrs Hesson are In charge till a suitable matron can be found Eght children have come several little babios The home has been generously remembered Bedding of all kind is needed The daughters of the Confederacy will Wednesday cekbrate to day Gen Robert E Lees birthday To celebrate the advent into this world ol such a hero such a noble character cannot fail to leave its Impress upon the rising genera Â¬ tion and to Bee who will remember and revero his memory it Is a fond tribute from loyal hearts to a military genius aud a Christian soldier Beauty Is very charming as are grace and talent but the chief charm to us all of a girl Is her modesty just as the charm of a lllly is ita whiteness Bo no matter what attributes a girl or a woman may possess be she duchess or peasant aha must be careful not to lower a hubs Good loci Idea ol true woaHmhood la anger flew her agile Jaws Andcuss words dsited from her tongur The maid was fighting mad because Her bangs would not Uiy bung Foleys Honey and Tar Cough Syrup wherever introduced Is considered the mest pleasant and effec Â¬ tive remedy for all throat and lung com plaint It is the only prominent cough medicine that conUlnca no opiates and V that can be safely given to children A autly and thoroughly Beat after dinner pills R Fiaher Cloverport R A Shellmaa druggists I 1 n PIa j Kernta Alt C J Hood Ctfc Lowell Mas Mapweaapor by Frf rd FIX te take with Hoods StusaparllU TiM eatr E A WJM liaruuwjug Till Like biliousness dyspepsia headache consti Â¬ pation sour stomach indigestion are promptly cured by Hoods Fills Tucy do their work Liver Ills S III I I0 Hoods ft suffer why others innocent should be draeged into an abyss of woe too But it has to be No heart throbs to itself in pleasure or misery without touching electrical chords in another Why such men as William Relnecke al- Â¬ should bring ruin to business wreck families break hearts will always be a wonder to tho world Why euch charac ters with such God given ability should not be honest will always be another wonder and yet we see men of marked intelligence fine address good family excellent home training go astray just AT GREATLY REDUCED as often as men in a different walk in life Cannot stand temptation too anxious to acquire wealth not satisfied witli surroundinge undue ambition too great love of tho world and its allure ments all make shipwrecks of many of our brightest minds Thanks to my Paynesvillo colleague for the compliment but I did not enter tbe contest in the Evening Post I wrote my views of an ideal husband and wife for the News It is wrong for any man or any woman to take up married life Wall Steeet Oloverport Ky expecting1 ideals Any woman who loves and loves truly becomes a queen to her husband but not perhaps a poets queen Love is womans or an ideal one dominion when she enters it she becomes in heart and soul grander for the light of love crowns her It is the real school why not come and join in with AAAAAAAASAWAAAAAAAAVVVVVVVVAAA diadem for women Without it in mar- us Why not ried life there can be no happiness still Every farmer should have and could he or she may not bo ideals either haye a good garden aud a variety of fruits for homo use Buoklens Arnica Salve HARDINSBURG KY Matiimonial lightning seems lo be The Best Salve in the world for Cute Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fe- Â¬ striking all around but our list of bach- Â¬ ver Sores Tettor Chapped Hands Chil- Â¬ elors continues undiminished mav enter at anv time and select their own work The Teachers knd Sclen blains Corns and all Skin Eruptions eTUDENTS are strong Young ladles and gentlemen may obtain certificates Count or Farmers in this couuty need appreci Â¬ good schools after completing our Teachers Course and postively cures Piles or no pay re- Â¬ ate the fact that if they do not improvo quired It is guaranteed to give perfect their lands in a term of years they have Teachers admitted FREE to an Evening Historical Club satisfaction or money refunded Price not farmed successfully WE GUARANTEE to every Science student suability not attained elsewhere Our Instruc- Â¬ 25 cents per box For Sale by Short Breckenridge is one county in Ken- Â¬ tors have had many years active experience In school work Ilaynes to the Legislature tucky that sends men who honor themselvep the couuty they 2 to 225 per week BOARD WEBSTER EXPENSES TUITION 8 00 per term of ten weeks represent and rtilsct credit on the intel- Â¬ ligence of the constituency who sent Third Term Ueglns January 31 1898 For Information address Burn your plant beds them Wheat is looking well Mrs Janle Frymire who was recently J II B LOGAN Nearly everybody is sick brought here from Texas for surgical Mrs Laura Kurlz is still indisposed VWWWfcVtW treatment died Sunday night Jan IU yVVVWVVVVVVVVWVWVVVWVVVVVVV Sinking creek was ou a tear last She was buried beside her husband in week QUARTERLY REPORT the Biuner cemetery near Preston the QUARTERLY REPORT OF THE OF TUB Crawford Pate has two children sick 18th A large circle of friends mourn hor loss and extend condolence to the with pneumonia Uncle Win Slaughter is seriously ill bereaved relatives with pneumonia CLOVERPOKT KV At the Close of Business What It Means Almost every farmer is aiming at a to- Â¬ At the Close ol Business on the 31st Day ol ON THE 3It DAY OF DECEMBER 1897 When we advertise that we will bacco crop this year December 1897 guarantee Dr Kings New Discovery RESOURCES Clifton Mills has a flourishing loafing Loans and Dltcounts less loans to 11 RESOURCES Electric Bitters Buckiens Arnica Salve club the year around rectors f 108610 31 or Dr Kings New Life Pills it means Loans and Discounts less loans to Dlrec- -lM69ji73 Iosns lo Director officers not included ooo co U3 Why has this county discontinued Overdrafts unsecured- 50884 Loans to that we are authorized by tho proprietors OverdraftsOrTicers cured 907000 Due from National Hanks work on the public roads uns 154779 Hankinir Hou o and Lot TiSrcs- to aell thtsd remedies on a positive Due from Natlo a Hanks 14031731 Other Ileal Estat Geo Prout of Corbin Ky visited at guarantee that if the purchaser is not Due from Suta Hankj and Other Stocks and llonds 77J A Hankers 1358 198 Currency Wm Halls last week ia 60u8o satisfied with results we will refund the Ilanklng 5379s 3o Other Items Carried as Cash House uud Lot ra7 3 oooco Furniture and Fixtures Rev Jackson Brear will preach at purchase price These medicines have US llonds oraoo son 00 Other Stocks and llonds 30 80 73 Clifton Mills this year eon told on this guarantee for many Specie i8soot6 Tl5ooaoo John Hatfield is convalescent from an J ears and there could be no more con- Â¬ Currency 7S6c aaJC7 65 clusive evidence of their great merit Furniture and Fixtures attack of typhoid fever axooo LlAniLlTlES Debts in Suit 130s 36 pJd nt n W G Jordan has been in failing Ask about them and give them a trial S0 o Undivided 1rofils Sold at Short Ilaynes Drug Store 1171064 16 Deposits subject to check on which In- health for some time terest Is not paid LIABILITIES C Deposits subject to check on which in- - 8os J B Dutschke was in Lo lisville last terest is paid Capital Stock paid In In cash LODIBURGH 7oN337 4510000 week selling tobacco Surplus Fund 3000000 Ui divided Fronts 7919 189518x16 Forrest Claycomb visited at Lodiburg Due Depositors us lollowi i Deposits subject to check on last Saturday and Sunday Mrs Owen Keys is still quite sick which Inerelt is not piiJ 107474 40 State ol Kentucky County of Ilreckfnridge ss of depoill on L M Matheny of Louisville visited Miss Barbara Hardin is on the sick list Time caitlficates Is paM which Interet M Jl Heard Cashier of thj tlank of Hardiis 9518310 here several dajs last week 65740 burg a Hank located and doing business in the Pate Basham and Joe Hoborteon are Unpaid Dividends No 47 4 per cent de- town or Hardlnsburg in said county being duly Henry Summers and Ferd Hodges now in Missouri dared this day 1804 Oo sworn say that the foiegolng Report is In all re Fund to pay Tuses u 700 07 tnitnt of the condition ol suld PCL went to Louisville last week Mrs Jesse Keys and two children of llankat the close of butlness on the 31st day of 70O4 10 December 1897 to the bestol his knowledge and Miss Myra Hanks will probably teach Cloverport visited at Mr Keys last belleff and lurther ssysthat the business oftbo said a spring term of school hero Hank has been transacted at the location named week State of Kentucky and not elsewhere and that the above report is County of llrecLenridge Come out to Sunday School next Sun Â¬ made in compliance with an official notice received A M Hardin wlfo and daughter at A 0 Skillman Cashier of the Ureckcnridge from the Secretary designating the 31st day and see how you like it tended the poultry show at Louisville Hank a Dank located and dong business on Wall of December 1897 of State dayon which such day a he re street in the city of Cloverport Ky Ia said coun- Â¬ poit shall be made Saxten Dutschke of Union Star was last week ty belpg du y sworn says that the ioitgoing Re Â¬ M II BEARD Cashier is In all rispects true statement of the coiidl here last week on business M KSKH1DOK Director Miss Dee Basham closed her school at port of the said Uank a at Ihr close ol business on tlon UK 1 HKAKD Director the 3ut day of of Hardlnsburg ia Oak Uidge Friday with a big treat to the knowledge and December 1S97 to the best of his Mits Alice Baker H JOLLY Dlrvctor belief and lurther ray that 1ho pupils This is her third term there business of said Dank has bren transacted at the visiting Miss Ada B Henderson Subtcilbad and sworn to 11 location named and not elwwhetej and Iht the Heard the 4th day of Janusrybefre melyW l8 Mr and Mrs Olirletenseii of Extra above report is made In compliance with an of James Skillman and John McQavock WM AIILJ11 CC ficial notice from the Secretary State Iowa who were here on their bridal designatlrg rncelved day of December i97nl as the of Cloverport were hero last week the3ist dayon which such report shell be made The comlug tyent of the season Is a tour Christmas visiting he lattera un Â¬ A B SKILLMAN Cashier files writes back thatthev reached home WH HOVYMKR Director pie party at Jas St Clairs tills week J T SKILLMAN Director I safo Mrs Chrlstenseu nee Miss Ger Â¬ if N DJIUV Director Mrs Ayleswoith of Grabampton ia trude Basham la the daughter of J II Subscribed and sworn t before me by A B visiting Iter slater Mrs Jake Kendall of January tre 4 Basham deceased who went to Iowa Skillman Cashier CHAS day SKILLMAN iSSti Isfamta tutd Children H NP Mike Lyddan and James Hardeety about forty years ago They only visited CoinmistktB expires Jsn I8U 1900 bought three car loads ot com at Hawes relatiyaa a short time but all were loath j yllle last week KaismtaYsHir KvweU WHli ttnearaU to see thm leave but hops they way If you are sot attending aoowi Sunday coma aJn soma time ia tits fatuM wwvwu tmsjanssisi 1 turn Gets the choice of our entire 25 Per Cent Off line of Mens SUITS and On Ladies JACKETS and OVERCOATS worth CAPES most double 800 boys CLOTHING and mens TROUSERS PRICES Everything in WOOLEN GOODS at Cut Prices Â¬ Â¬ Breckenridge Normal College Breckinridge - Bank Bank of HardinsMrg ruu8ti 1 Â¬ CASTOR A 7r AyMUfJsPi MtftffaMl in worth havlngl an TAKE THE PAPERS Breckekmdge News older odo said how foolish you were to let himspend a whole dollar and a half WEDNESDAY JANUARY 10 1898 But the mother And Learn to be a Progressive Farm- for nothing but a toy replied He has learned a lesson by it er Says PW F Who Knows The Use of Money worth more than dollars which I have What Hes Talking About Haiar Harper been uuahle to teach him and he will If jou make money your god It will not forget it Give children money Let them bj end plague you like tho devil wrote Field Â¬ Editor Bbkckenmdqb News Here ing and hia witty words appoal with Hand learn its use As soon as they is wishing you a happy New Year or force to mature men and women We of are old enough let them buy clothes for what is more appropriate a prosperous older growth know there aro more ways themselves begnning with trifles and New Year for I know full well that than the miseis path to bring out the then let them bear the consequence of without prrsperky happiness spe dlly tormenting power of money and wo their own mlstaki s If yourelder daugh vanishes In temperaments like ourowr know too what potent means for good ter persists In wearing her best shoes to Therefore Mr Editor as prosperity lie within the ringing coin and the crisp reboot do not continually expostulate must precede our happiness wo must be or tattered bill But how are we to teach Lt her wear them when shabby if her up and doing If we expect tho lions share our children this How are we to save allowance Is apont and sin cannot buy of the good things So here is pledging them from the bitterness of foolish new ones at onco Many parents say you not only a hearty effort in our own msuce7 To a child money is for a long that thoy will not pay their children for behalf but to do all we can to help oth- Â¬ time a mysterious jingling tool that any service they may do because it is ers along and promote business enter- Â¬ brings him what he wants at tho present but just that Children should help at prise in the various avenues To that momont It simply represents a wand home That is true to a certain extent end Mr Editor I naturally look to our by which he can get candles or apples or but a home is a spot where trnrcy should agricultural interest first because of its toys whenever the notion to have them temper justice and many a domestic importance and magnitude takes him The fact that the money scene would bo spared if a littto money Dt cause it was the lirst pursuit of man never comes back again is lost in the joy repaid the doing of an unpleasant task and will ceass to ho an industry when oyer his coveted possession and besides i Every one knows that blow and hard our millions aro no longer to be fed and havo not father and mother an unlimit- Â¬ words do not curd a balky horse and if clothed ed supply He has only to ask and we used a little wit we might see the Because all wealth must emanate from another penny comes to take the spent analogy between the animal and our dear the earth And finally it is as honorable ones place Isnt one penny just as good but stubborn child and take the bint a pursuit as any and if you have a mind Ob do not bother them as another But I like to give my children money large enough to investigate the unex- Â¬ with ideas about the value of money it is a pleasure to me not to dole it out plored then I Bay by all means lend Certainly your great talent to agriculture for the and that sort of thing That is economics just so much just so often and they will have plenty of time to give to your boy or girl sometimes repay field is capacious and becoming particuDo lot them extraordinary service or especially good larly Inviting since it is now being learn them when older have their dream of the magic coin and behavior under hard trial add to their taught as are other sciences says the careless child savings for Christmas make them an be children Kentucky was slower to move in this lover occasional present of some article that line of instruction than many of our states But do you not see I hat each day your the allowance is planned to buy but but has at last awakened to the import- Â¬ children are growing out of childhood do not fall to give them money regularly ance of educating her sons or some of Advise ihem them at least byestablisiiing a short course faster than you can realize Do you think to learn how to spend it is a true kindncs to let them suddenly and help tbem but give it to them It at Lexington where a young man may in find that it was but a dream Think of is just aa much a means of intelligence four months get an Insight into advanced the trouble it must bring them to awake and character building as are their agriculture and that free of charge I and find their delightful fancy vanished school books You would not refuse to am decidedly of the opinion that if a and their tastes desires perceptions buy them or decline to pronounce tho young man has decided to remain upon utterly inadequate to handle the stern words or help unknot the problems in the farm he should by all means take facts before them them would you this course of instruction eyon if it takes Money should be made a means of his last dollar to do it of the Where a catarrhal aflection education and it is strange that more He would then return to his lioufo parents do not perceive it for such a use throat or head of any pulmonary ailment proud of his profession and thoroughly is scientific tender reasonable accord- Â¬ exists a slight cold or a hacking cough enthused to carry into every day practice ing to the point of view of the individual is a serious thing to have it is so serious the things that both theory and practice afford to have it The delay Tho reason for the neglect of it as an you cannot has proven to be good educational force lies partly in the ignor- Â¬ of one hour means danger the delay of Our noble fathers who for want of in- Â¬ day may mean death Dr Bells ance and partly in thd selfiehneeaoi the one struction have spent their lives planting adult Too many people think they have Pine Tar Honey will cure a cough or a potatoes in the light of the moon and done their full duty if they have taught cold in one night Will remove the cat Â¬ laying fence worm in the dark moon their children to save while in truth arrhal affections or pulmonary ailment would in joy soon turn over the manage Â¬ that is only half and by far the easier and build up the tissues supporting the ment to this son who with the help of half of the duty To spend wisely care- Â¬ lungs rendering the system less suscep- Â¬ his Journals continue a close student fully g merously and yet justly is a tible to colds And the industry that induced this adproblem which vanquishes many a clever vance would soon be apparent in atl the man and woman and training in this Postal Savings Banks and Panics details of the business with attendants difficult feat can hardly begin too early From the New York Sun prosperity Then and not until then A little miss was continually losing the If Congress should decide that the will the farmer command the respect ribbons which tied the long braids of Government may properly take charge that other professions enjoy iter hair Daily sometimes hourly they of He must be an educated farmer and the savings of the people agreeing to would disappear She was urged to be pay thereon 2 or 3 per cent interest moving to the front in his profession careful was begged to think how much But alas it pains mo to think that it is not impossible that within a very money they cost and was penitent and short period that the deposits will most of our farmers will make light of full of promises but oddly enough there amount to hundreds of millions of dol- Â¬ this if they should chance to read it was no zeal in her search for the lost Others I know will say it is not practilars ribbons It was easier to get new ones In reply to a recent inquiry as to what cal Others will say it is paper or book But prestol when a little pocket money he should do with these deposits in or- Â¬ farming was given her each week and the bar- Â¬ How hard it is to persuade many far- Â¬ der to make them earn interest together gain made that out of it she should buy with the expenses incident to their col- Â¬ mers that this talk about paper farming her ribbons the losses became fewer lection and custody the ingenious bead is the moat coUly foclishness they ever and the energy with which a search for of the Post Office Department pointed indulged in Not willing to be led lost proporty was continued was most out that the Government is now paying down a path strewed with the flowers healthful The purchasing power of in the form of rent for Post Offices alone and fruits of a better knowledge and a money care and diligence were more the very large sum of 1300000 annual Â¬ happy financial reward in the end forcibly taught by a regular stipend than ly and that the deposits could be used Many refuse to see the light and follow by any entreaties and prayers prcfltably in the erection of new build- Â¬ it thinking thoy are either too old or An alluring red tin bank the idea of ings with the result of saving a large too wise already They keep complain- Â¬ money in a big bank like papas had not part of this sum to the United States ing of hard times and yet they are either the slightest attraction for a small boy Treasury every year too conceited or too ignorant to know whose pennies came and went leaving So far so good but suppose that just that they can learn anything from the only a trail of broken cheap toys sticky about the time Mr Gary had all his new experience of others fingers and inward pain behind them One man says ho is too poor or too Post Offices ready to do business the de- Â¬ But one day he Baw a wonderful toy a positors out of whose savings they had much pinched for money to take a paper magic lantern and he wanted it with a been build should put in a demand for this season when if he but knew it the longing which peanuts and paper sold their quarters and half dollars how could investment would do ten times more to lent could not assuage Mamma could Oa what fund could help him out of his difficulties than in he satisfy them not buy it but whispered that he could To ask the quesany other way he could invest it that is he draw to pay them g it it himself if be would save bis pention is to answer it There would be no If he read to a profit nies Tho ardor of his desire induced fund at his disposal and all he could do Another man who is on a good farm him to listen aud when grandpa told would be to fall back on Congress and and ought to be studious and active in him that if he would get the milk every have the deposits made good through his profession runs to town every day night and morning all summer he would the form of increased taxation or the is to get his daily paper and there loafs give him a penny a trip to add to his sue of new loan To moot sudden de while he reads and discusses political allowance he decided to try Unly two mauds or crises ol this character the orÂ¬ bosh or what is going on in the courts or three times during the summer did dinary well regulated saving Institutions or among the pugilists He must of the lazy boy in him prevent him irom have their surplus funds to fall back on course wait until all the trains come and earning his money and day by day ho besides the securities aud mortgages in go Must see and hear all he can and if counted it over aud his eyes shone with which the money intrusted to them vou do not do the same why you are be Â¬ hind the times not posted a one idea How money does grow mam Â¬ pleasure have been invested If the Treasury had I did not know it could a surplus of billions of dolars no Secre man ma he cried Well he may be a farmer that is one Now I am getting to be a sensi before tary could allow a penny of it to be used kind of a farmer he eats at home and When the longed for day for such a purpose without the spt clfic sometimes does a little work ble boy But if his heart is not in his business came aud ho brought home biatreaiure authority ol Congrtss of course he will do little at it And as It may be that Mr Gary has in tern three fourths of our farmers never aim platlon the printing of bond principal higher than to eke out an existence at business hence the howl on all sides and interest payable in gold to be issued the farming dont pay that against the nickels and dimes left with Young men first su scribe Lt two or three good agricultural the course his Postmasters by men women and dertake a deep study of papers and un Â¬ of the Mother shapes agriculture Be of unborn generations goes children over ten years old If that industrious go thorough reason and obÂ¬ is not of soundtng through all the is the programme it comm a system 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CHILLS AND FEVER SO SEVEN CONSECUTIVE ISSUES Of either the Daily or Weekly Globe Democrat Com pare It with other pprs BE IS bVli YUUK3LF how It Is Men- tlou mis mdm Rod state whether you are interested in the Daily or Weekly iisue Address Sometimes thnt wo have a complete assortment of SHOES RUBBERS and OVERSHOES for mon women and children and oven babies Wo will soil a good solid school shoo ono that tho boys wont kick through in a hurry as low ns 125 This shoo flta well and looks well also Prloe cents at all Dealers IND PREPARER ONLY BY FREE OF OH A RGEsuperior ana NEW DRESS GOODS W E BROWN Irvington tkiPE Ky KVANSVILLE MM MA IMMMW rest gold by SHORT HATNM THE GLOBE PRINTING CO y rr uwu mo i iV 4mpK HlBMUKfrtyMP1 ftYs iHFl Vr iwiai tug iiiiiiiiiiiiynpM 5rWikoS4iin4itty Breckenridge News Kanas Immense Production fMill and lltenc1 It Is probably a fact our Kansas friend that you dont realize the extent of the bit silngs you enjoy and it Is also a fact that the dweller in tho tfTete east has no real conception of what kind of a slate We have just we have got out hero received from tho secretary of the state board cf agriculture a handsonlo card girl g a summary of the stuff we raised last year and the stock we have on baud This in this year of our Lord 1807 doesnt include any of theproduct of our mlnps the oils from our wells or the gas which let ils tho furnace fl es Neither do sit Include the hell xe have rased politically or the fruits that have grown on our trees and vines The seen Ury Bajs we raised 61020604 bushels ol wheat 152110003 bushels of corn etc but who comprehends what those figures mean Suppose the inhabitants of Kansas TOBACCO fcc PIPES DIAQNOSED THE THREE SISTERS Tfsey Alt Lisped nil Were Warned Ksrt to Bar Word There wcro throe sisters who lisped very badly and thoir mothor who was J E Ll O INIci BUSH D D S Henderson Route fin BU WEDNESDAY JANUARY A LAY SERA10N 10 18f8 fledlcal Preference for Clay Over Wood Imitation Mouthpieces Tabooed Stf id Cmirlli ki The Church nixing World With the Gustok Ky Jan 8th 1808 In second Corinthians sixth chapter b gin Â¬ ning at the fourteenth verse the follow- Â¬ Be ye not ing langunge is penned unequally yoked together with unbeliev- Â¬ ers for what fellowship hath rltfhteous ness with unrighteousness and what communion hath lgit with darkness And wbat concord bath Christ with Belial or w hat part hath he that belleveth with an Infidel And what pgreenient hath the Temple of God with idols for o aro the temple of the living Gcd as God hath said I should conclude to migrate with their will dwell in tlem and walk in them wheat and corn and oats and potatoes and I will be their God and they thall and cattle even m the children ot Israel be my people IVhsreloro come out from took their flocks and herds and pulled among them and be ye separate salth out for the promised land Of course the Lordtand touch not the unclean we couldnt move on foot and in wrgns thing and I will receive you and will berause the head of the procession be a father unto jou anil ye shall be my nt ver could get far enough away to let sons and daughters salth the Lord the rear end out of tho state Almighty Bring on your cars your corporations We believe the scripture thus quotid Kansas is ready to move is addressed p rsonally to evory professed Tuls hasnt been much of a year for christian and i the Church is composed corn but still we want jou to furnish of christians or should be it la certain- Â¬ 300100 cars to tarry the crop When we shall ly addressed to them We want track room enough for 2310 speak of the chutch on this occasion we miles of corn will not have reference to the Cumber Load up tho baj we have enough to land Presbyterian church only but other fill cars with baled hay for fifteon hun- Â¬ christian denominations as well It Is dred miles true that all churches do not have the Bring on 102000 cars to carry the 61 same government that is what might 000000 bushels of wheat they will make be a violation of the government of ono a string 773 miles lorg church might not be contrary to that of We want enough cars to reach 330 another However when a person be Â¬ miles to carry the oats comes a member of the church it is If you have tho cars ready we will expected by both the world and the load 165 miles of cais with broom corn church that 6aid party live a more We want 82 miles of cars to carry the devout life than those who do not belong potatocf 25 miles to carry the rye 25 to any church at all The scripture milts of cars to carry the fl ix and 25 to Wherefore come out from among them carry the butter and eggs and be ye separate salh the Ixtrd does Aro we ready to stnrl Well we not mean as we understand It that a should say not christian must not associate with a sinWe will load 250 miles of cars with ner that a christian cannot share the horses and mules 1C0 miles of cars with hospitality of an unbeliever that it is cows and 600 miles of cars with other wrong for a christian to have a buBinets cattle transaction But be ye separate as we Not ready to start yet Will hardly understand it means that the christian we have to load 3 000000 swine and need should not eDgige in nor encourage any 30000 cars for that They will stretch of the sinful things which the Bible tells out 181 miles You say you havent us are sinful There Is quite a diversity room between here and New York for of opinion among churches and especial- Â¬ more than a third of the cars ly among church members as to how far Pontoon the Atlantic and head the or to what extent church members may engine east by north until the scream of engflgi in worldly amueuments and do the whistle startles the burghers of no wrong It is contrary to the rules or Amsterdam and the beer drinkers of government of most of the churches in Rotterdam as It stop to take wateron its this country for their members to get way to St Petersburg drunk falsify gamble break the Sab Â¬ When the engine pulls In on the tide bath dance and do other things which track at the capital of all the Ilussias the we will not take time nor space to men- Â¬ rear brakeman will be tightening the tion It is a sad fact that in a majority clamp somewhere west of Emporia if not all of the congregations of the The freight train that hauls the pro- Â¬ various churches in this country atsome ducts of Kansas will be over 0000 miles time there has been a committee ap- Â¬ long and then we nill have to figure on pointed to iuvt stlgate some one or other leaving the machinery stocked in the for the above named offences against barn lot or standing in the field some one or more of its members there If the stutTwo raised last year and the fore the world charges tho church of stuff we have on hand were paid for in being guilty of all of the above named the silver dollars wo Pops have been offences ami many uioro howling for it would weigh 35558 Now we will let Brother A or Sister pounds and load 077 two horse wagons B represent the christian and Mr or making each team pull a load of 1000 Mrs C the moral sinner Brother A or pounds Sister B says to Mr or Mrs 0 that you And when you get your cars unloaded ought to get religion j jln the church back up your blamed old train and we Says Mr or Mrs will load her again with the crop we and live a christian A large number of your church have raised while you were trying to un 0 Mrs Stark Pleasant Ridge O says members d thing that I would not do load the stuff and figure up the fieight After two doctors gayo up my boy to kindly informs Brother A or Sister I sayed him from croup by using Mr or Mrs C tlmt when our members It is easy to catch a cold ami just as die I One Minute Cough Cure get drunk or gamble or commit any easy to get rid of it if It is the commence jou other snch olfunee we church them and early to use One Minute Cough Cure It quickest and most certain remedy for coughs colds and all throat and lung If they fail to make proper acknowledge Â¬ cures coughs colds bronchitis pneu- Â¬ ments we turn them out of the church- - monia and all throat and lung troubles troubles Short fc Haynes Iwish8ys Mr or Mrs 0 to It is pleasant to take safe to use and The Noble Hen name a few things that your church sure to cuo Short Waynes members do that I do not do for which The editor whose wife fold eggs and you do not churih them paid off the morlgng probably on his Rev J S Scobee5 Generosity Very well says Brother A office is responsible for the following Ono of the bett beloved ministers who Mr G says Your church members We have read of Maude on a sum- Â¬ attend the picnic and ball room they ever lived in Bowline Green said a wed mer day who raked barefooted tho new known gentleman from the Park City visit the race field they assist in sus mown bay We have read of the maid taining tho saloon and whisky traflc as is the Kev J S bcobee who has for the in the early morn who milked the cow it exists to day by patrouizlng same past twenty years lived in Louisville with the crumpled horn And weve even if they do get drunk and they do Ir Scobee8 first wife who was Mifs read the lay the poets sung of the rust-Â¬ many other things some of which they Fannie Covington was reared in our ling corn and the flowers of spring but keep a secret from the church Now I town and he is related by marriage to of all the lays of the tongue or pen want to ask you Brother A if the Bible almost half the people In Warren couuty theres naught like the lays of the Woldoesnt teaih us that we should shun tho Ills jovial kindly disposition and his verine hen Long long before Maud appearand of evil This being true how open handed charity are often the sub Â¬ raked the hay the Wolverine hen be Â¬ can a clirittian yiHit the race fluid and jects of conversation among the older gins to lay and ere the milk maid stirs witness the scenes there visit the drain people who remember ami love him a peg the hen is up and dropped her Dr Scobee wss never known to turn shop and witness same there attend the egg The corn must rustle and the fhn picnic and ball room and many other away anyone who appealed to him in ers must spring if they keep up with would literally divide with places of like import and behold no distres be them his lost dollar even if he was un Â¬ the barnyard ring If Maude is in need of evil appearance How Is a christian of a hat or gown she does not take her to be beneficed by watching some one able to afford It He was onto at home hay to town hut she goes to the store else though he be a siuner do some Â¬ on a visit to relatives and was going to leave for his home in Louisville tho noxt and obtains her suit with a basket full of thing that is wrong If the stranger fresh hens fruit If the milk maidn insets me in the saloon if ho meets me day This was Sunday and he was to beau makes a Sunday call she doesut preach this morning to one of his old at the race course if he meets me at the feed It was known to ids eggs him on milk at all but works up picnic and ball room though I may not congregations in a ctiBtard pis and stufft hlra full dance I may not g t drunk I may not relatives that he only had 5 left in his of chicken fry And when the old man have a horse to run or bet money how pocket barely onough to defray his ex Â¬ wants a horn dois he haul to the drug Â¬ penses home A woman woithyofchar is that stranger to determine that I am a gist a load of corn 7 Not much he simp ity sought the good preacher but the christian ly robs a nest to town he goes you friends of the philanthropist tried to pre- Â¬ When the christian thus acts we know the rest Here he lingers and think the church is then mixing with vent a meetimr knowing how easily his talks perchance of true reform and cor- Â¬ generous pplrlt could be worked on the world In conclusion Brothers and rect fl ance while his goo 1 wife stays at Sisters I will say that it is my opinlou But the woman found the man of God home and scowls but is saved from and he unselfishly gavo her half his 5 that If we will study tho life and teach- Â¬ want by those self same fowls while the ings of our Savior and will put on and His relatives then told him he wouldnt husband Is lingering there sho watches wear the whole armor of the Lord as we be able to get home but the good old tho cackling hou with earn and gathers are commanded the Influence wielded Doctor of Divinity laughingly remarked the eggs and the eggs shell hide until that the Lord always provided a way by the church would soon be quite dif- Â¬ bIib gathers enough to stem the tide ferent from that wielded by it at present Alter ur acouee iiau concluded ma ser- Â¬ Then hail tall hall I to the Wolverine mon n woman whoso husbands funeral 8 ODowkll hen the greatest blessing of all men the minister had preached stveral years To give you an opportunity of testing before paid her old friend 110 He Throw up your hat and make Home the great merits of Elys Cream Balm hadnt thought of gutting to Louisville bowl for the persevering barnyard fowl C irn to the most reliable cure for catarrh and and if some oni bad asked him for almi seen may be king bat Its plain hen be that the ilie Wolverine Is cold in the head a generous 10 cent he would have gven all of his lost 10 Mlchlgtns queen Ex Eventrial size can be had at your druggist or had he believed it necessary wojBiall it or 10 cents Full size 60 ing Po t A Howling SueeMi cents Whenever properly Introduced Dr ELY BROS 60 Warren St N Y J A Perkins of Antiquity O was Caldwells Syrup Pepsin m a cure for City for thhty years needlessly tortured by constipation hu met with a pheuome It is the medicine above all others for physicians for the cure of eczema He nil tale Many druggist cannot Mr Mtarrb aad la worth its weight la gold was quickly cured by using DeWltts enough ia praise of 1U merits m well as I c ww Hiy Cream Iklra wits safety Witch Haial Salve the frnoi healing it great popularity with the people Ia H that J for it m awl H do salve tor plkta and tkia dumuefl Short 10c trial l and aleo la 60e wits 100 pW A HayW Uartfuru wmii aiM of OtiM O Mania Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 If tobacco smoking Is just fUble at all on hygienic grounds it is generally con- Â¬ ceded that the pipe is ttie injurious means But tobacco pipes d ffjr considerably in material and shape both of which must be important factors in de termlnli g the character of the omoko Thus there is the clay the meerschaum and the various wooden pipes the briar cherry or myall Next to the tobacco therefore which should always be pure and free from added flivoring in expe-Â¬ dient which is resorted to far too com- Â¬ monly nowadays probably in many In- Â¬ stances to cover au inferior quality of to- Â¬ bacco the best kind of pipe is a point to bo considered Even assuming that he is smoking good tobacco the smoker knows bow different in character the smoko is when drawn from a clay or a wooden bowl There is probably a scientific explanation of this fact which must have somo bearing on the noxious or Innocuous character of the smoke associated with other products of com- Â¬ bustion A soft clay is invariably cool smoking because the acrid oils obtained on Uie destructive distillation of the to- Â¬ bacco aro absorbed instead of collecting in a little pool which must eventually either by tho volatilization or by mech- Â¬ anical conveyance reach the mouth A particular pipe smokes hot not nec essarialy because tho temperature of tho smoke is high but because it favors the passage by ono of these means of the oils into the mouth Meerschaum fs an- Â¬ other porous material Again an old wooden pipe or briar so dear to inveter- Â¬ ate smokers become smooth smoking because the pores of the wood widen and so absorb as is the case with clay and meerschaum a large porportlon of the tobacco oils Thus au old pipo sweats as it is termed that is the oil Intrudes into the expanded pores of the wooden bowl and at length exudes Siuillary a hook shaped pipe must be better than a pipe the bowl ot which is on the same level as the mouth for the simple reason that in the former a con- Â¬ siderable quantity of the oil is kept back U shaped part of the pip while in the in the latter tho oil travels easily down the stem Ebonite stems are in general obj ctionable because they commonly spoil the true flivor of tobacco smoke this is most probably due to the sulphur of the ebonite com ining with the vola- Â¬ tile oils in the smoko We know in- Â¬ stances where ebonite stems have pro- Â¬ duced distinctly objectionable symptoms in the throat most probably f jr the rea son just given Bone or real amber makes a much more satisfactory stem or tho pipes should be of wood through- Â¬ out Amber substitutes and especially celluloid should be discarded entirely as dangerous whilo the flavor of cam- Â¬ phor which these invariably communi- Â¬ cate to the smoke forms a very unpleasant combination Pipes of special con- Â¬ struction cannot be rtgarded with much favor such as those which are said to be hygienic and usually contain a so called nicotine absorber Tin si smokers who require such anxiliary attachments had better not smoke at all Asa matter of fact tobacco yields little nicotine in the smoke produced on its partial combustion It Is mainly to oils of a tarry and acrid character that the toxic symptoms of tobacco smoking are due lat Â¬ solicitous about finding husbands for them was continually ndmonishiag thorn to hold thoir tongues This is diffloult for n girl that has no impedi- Â¬ ment in her speech but it is linpossiblo for ono that stammers Ono evening tho throe lispers wcro invited to a Dentistry in All its Branches practiced and all operations performed In tho most skillful manner at prices to suit the tiroes Grown and Bridge Work a specialty Teeth extracted Positively without Pain Unitrillt Iwwimi I It No Liti Vj 97 44 Ci Time Card In Effett East Bound Lv St Louis Henderson SpotUviile Owensboro hm 21 4No zee No 40V J 3 Xvanitllle 7 66im 789 818 917 943 7 Seam 8Mpm 2 39pm 248am 3M 328 400 610 626 667 617 730 quilting at n neighbors Meet Complete Benin Heeme In ReHtherH Indiana Â¬ Now mind girls said tho anxious mother somo nfco young men are go Â¬ ing to bo thoro and yoa must not say a word or thoy will learn that you lisp and wont caro to mnko up to you They promised to bo silent and went to tho qnilting When they rcachod tho house thoy sat down and quilted dili- Â¬ gently in silence and nothing could in duco thorn to tnko part in tho conversa- Â¬ tion At last tho oldest wanted tho scis sors and tried to mnko signs to hor next sister to pass thorn to hor but could not attract her attention Losing pationce sho stammered out Thithor path mo tho thithorth Tho other ropliod with indignation Didnt ma thay that oo thouldnt thay anything Tills was too much for tho youngest and sho exclaimed in a solf congratulatory touo Bloth God I aint thaid nothinl Now York Times Â¬ Â¬ YOU SHOULD Stephensport Irvlnfrton Brandenburg ArrLonlsvllla Welt Bound Louisville Brandenburg Irvington Slephemport Clorerpott 11 Hawesvllla Owensboro M Spottsvllle Henderson Evansvllle ArrSt Louis llaweiTue Clorerport i 440 608 S23 4 60 1007 1049 1112 624 1230pm 7 45 era RE Croun whoonlnecouKhand colds arc quickly allayed and danger averted by EMPLOY None but the Count Surveyor to do tour work He It tho authoilted Surveyor ol the CnuntTl li an experienced workmin and knowi Mi builnris He li alio Nottrv Public writei Deed and tatei Acknowledgemedu Charge alwayi Keaionable Iv i Addreee DR lELLS CHINTZ ROYALTY COUNTY SURVEYOR HAnDINSnUROKY 4J No 45 460pm 823pm 7t0am eou 9 3S 8 SI 968 643 915 7 20 1021 BM 10 M 1011 739 1068 M 15 804 1136 96 1148 13 l7om 9 47 1228am 13 40 12 6 1010 10 40 119 115 7S3 720 No 4I No PINE-TAR-HONE- Y This famous remedy will cure an attack of croup in the time it takes to find a doctor Every home should have it ready for the time of need It fe on infal- Â¬ lible remedy for all bronchial and lung affections bottl or Mm direct on mlpt or price fcy Tk g X StkrU4 IriklM C Mima If Bold by J H Hunsche A I train run through Solid to Evanivllle Through parlor cars and Pullman steepen on all trains between bt Louis Hvamville and Louis vllle Numbers 4t and 42 connect at Irvincton for Fordsvllle and llardinsburg dally except Sunday II C MORDUE A O P A Louisville Ky The TAILOR Will be in Clover- port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month with B BA O O S W RT dranliU at ISO Me and II per Trains leave Louisville as follows Lv Loulivlle a jjara 8 sjam 2 45pm Ar Cincinnati 643am 1155am 605pm Ar Columbus 355pm 1105pm 1115am S 15pm Ar Pittsburg 7 15am Ar Washington 650 am n soam Ar Baltimore 1 2opm 7 joam Ar Philadelphia 10 15am 3 40 pea Ar New York 55pm it 3onn 5 05pm oopm Ar Boiton 3 9 Nraln No to has elegant Pullman Buflet Parlor Car to Cincinnati and Drawing room Sleeper and dining cars Cincintieti to Washington Baltimore Philadelphia and New York without change Train No 18 has elegant Pullman Parlor Car to Cincinnati and Pullman Drawinirroom and dining cars Cincinnati to New York without change Train No so has sleepers to Cincinnati open at 9 oclock to receive passengers S W RAtLWAY Cinclnnatl and the St Louis and the West 1 No to No 16 No 18 Mrs Mary Bird Harrisbuig Pa says My child is worth millions to me yet I would have lost her by croup had I not invested twenty five cents in a bot- Â¬ tle of One Minute Cough Curo It cures coughs colds aud all throat and Sold by SHORT HAYNES REPORTS 10 1898 LOPIUE lung troubles Short Haynes HWT Casper May Co IND Thero It Wan It was rumored that tho relations be- Â¬ tween Stubbs Sr and his wife were not of tho pleasautest and Johnny Stubbs bad doubtless heard many a fnmily dispute Tho fathers strongest point against Mra Stubbs was that she was a Hicks when ho raised hor to her present title Mrs Stubbs would then collapso and tearfully rejoin that snch a remark was all that could bo executed from ono of tho low lived Stubbsos Ono day Johnny took his fish polo and wont down to tho stream that ran noar tho liouso to bob for eols Just as ho was fairly settled down to tho sport and was oxcited by his first nibblo ho hoard his mothers voico calling loudly for him to como in Thoro it isl said tho disgusted young fisherman Tho minnit tho Stubbsos begin to fish tho Hickses begin to holler New York Sunday World The progressive ladies of AVestfleld Ind issued a Womans Edition of the Westfleld News bearing date of April 3 1800 The paper is filled with matters of interest to women and we notice the following from a correspondent which the editors printed realizing that it treats upon a matter of vital importance to their sex The best remedy for croup colds and bronchitis that I have beenahlo to And is Chamberlains Cough Romedy For family use it has no equal I gladly recommend it 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale by A R Fisner Cloverport R A Shellman Stephensport Louisville Ky Jan with ihlpperi same aad poit BUTTKR Ohotoe oonntry Medlnm Creamery offie OANNBLTON Bhlpperi ihonld mark all paokagai plainly addren GREGORY Wbarfmisters C10VERP0BT CO KENTUCKY Steamboat Agents St Louis Springfield and the Weit No 44 8 tepm 7 isam Ar Springfield 8 40pm 9 33am North Vernon accomodation leaves at 7 13 a m 16 fresh Prime white Mixed Old No 1 daok saas 17 VKATHBR8 Ar bu Louis dally Lv Louisville No to 1 No 8 Is 300n 35am 6 40pm lym Local Agent I goie Homestead Fertilizer Company and Standard Dealeri In Oil Company POULTRY 1 Charlestown accommodation leavei at 5 30 p m except Sunday Trains Not 16 so and 44 have elegant day coaches Pullman parlor and sleeping cart to St Louis From East 7 15 am 1115 noon 640 pm tt 5 a m 3 to a m From West 7 if a m 11 15 p m 6 40 p m City Ticket office eoutheast corner Fourth and Main streets Depot Seventh and river For detail Information regarding rates time on connecting lines sleeping parlor dining cars etc addrest R S IUIOWN District Pass Ticket Agent B O S W Ry 4th and Main Louisville Ky or J M CHESSBROUGII General Passenger Aeent Cincinnati Ohio G B WARKHL Assistant General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio TKAINS AnniVE Hem per lb Spring Ohlokeni per Oeeie per dox Dackiperlb 05 1 jb 6 9 6 4 00 00 00 Doors Saah Blinds Yellow Pine Floor Now La Sweet potatoes per bu From store 3 to 6 eU higher Irlih per barrel POTATOES new 7S1 00 ing and Celling Weather Boarding Shingles Salt Lime Cement Laths Plaster Plastering Hair Plow Handles Bricks Etc Estimates Furnished for Buildings aad Building Material Navy Beam per bnihel ROOTS Olnieng Senloa Snake Pink Yellow Wild Ginger 2 32 0 iO 21 21 li Lady Slipper May Apple Blood 2X t i BANK 0 LouIsYllIe H FIELD SEEDS Timothy per haihel Clover per bnihel Crimson Clover per bnihel RedToppej bnihel Orchard Oraii per buihel Bine Gran fancy per bnihel Bine Oraii extra per bnihel Onion Beti Yellow per bnihel White HIDES Green good Dry Salt good Dry flint good WOOL 12 13 JJi TIME SCHEDULE Taking- endersonSt Loufs RyCe 2STO 4- Effect K 140 3 60 2 60 45 1 20 85 0 00 0 00 M 630 oelck A Snfidj Uaj 42 30 897 Wat Bound Traint Xatt Bound 3Yau Mall A 44 HAEDIITSBURG 7 BEARD Pretldeat WILL MILLER Vlee Preildeat II BEARD OaihUr B 43 Hxpri Bxpri Dally Daily Mail STATIONS Exprs Exprj Dally 12 35pm 12 20 rtnbllihliic a Style UX 14 Vi marrying four times All you havo to do is to demonstrato conclusively wbat women ought to wear nud then lay in a stock of everything that is tho exaot opposite of it Of conrso ho was engaged without further parley as a man who understood tho sox Chicago Post Prosperity comes quickest to the man whose liver is in good condition De Witts Little Early Risers are famous little pills for constipation biliousness indigestion and all stomach and liver troubles Short AHaynos So you think you understand the thoory of establishing a btylo or fashion for women do you I kuow I do I have qualified by Sheep iklm 80 Tab waihed Greaie fine Barry Black li It - 21 IS 11 GW DKABD -- MORRIS ESKRIDC1K r E M JOLLY Director Barry and Got MISCELLANEOUS Tallow Beeiwax Sorghum Molanei FLOUR Id INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS 3H 23J 00 8 15 J0 At the aw Office of Straight Patent Low Gradei nigh grade patent V G J3ABBAGE IN IIARDINSBURO 818 827 833 863 9 05 8 42 460pm 7 30am lvUnn DUS Kentucky St 748 818 637 West Point 8 21 6 40 Howaid 6 48 829 Wlllowdale 663 Rock Haven 8 35 8 42 600 Long Branch 8 61 609 Brandenburg 618 869 Bkron 626 907 Gutton 13 915 Irvlngton 61 923 Webster 9 31 669 Lodlburg 707 932 Pierce Sample 9 43 712 720 961 Stephensport 724 966 Addison 757 969 Holt 1011 739 Cloverport 7 43 1014 Shoot 1025 Sklllman 764 10 35 804 Hawesvllle 1043 812 Petrle 10 49 1068 1106 1114 ptar 733 11 60am 665 1145 651 1135 645 1123 1121 Dally 745pa 1112 1102 1063 1045 1037 1024 10 20 610 6li3 660 542 622 618 615 60S 600 438 418 419 413 4 634 626 618 6 40 1015 969 945 10 07 10 02 9 40 54 630 4 to 20 2 CORN No 2 Mixed at itoro No 3 White- OATS No 2 White No 3 No 2 Mixed Oati No 3 You Can Get A Deed Mortgage or any writ 1125 Falcon Lewlsport Waltman Powers 927 917 909 903 864 8 47 4 49 4 40 27 J6 54 56 Hair and Air No 2 Long Berry A baldheadcd professor recently de Â¬ No 2 Red livered a lecture entitled The Air Wo No 3 Brcatho beforo an East London audi en co In tho conrso of his remarks he No 2 Weitern said It is qnlte impossible for any Per barrel person to live without air At this a small boy called out Ow Shoulder about ycrself guvnor Tit Bits The statements of those who have been cured by Hoods Sareaparilla prove the geat merit of this medicine Get only Hoods The Savage llacliclor What do yon regard as tho great enomy of homo happiness asked the Clear rib ildei Clear aide Lard In tiercel WUEAT 06 06 93 RYE 61 ten instrument drawn Rent buy or sell a piece of land Collections mado and remit ancea prompt Copying done on the Call graph tho best type writer in the world BO YEARS EXPERIENCE 918 9 21 1165 925 12 02 932 939 1209 947pm 1217 11 46pm 1161 U35m Owensboro Griffith Patet Mattlngly Stanley Worthlngton Reads SpotUviile v 8 02 838 827 818 807 01 363 3 44 3 S3 ONIONS 2 BACON 0 b J6 46K 6 ilHEISB Anyone lending a iketeh and description mar wbetner anleklr aioertaln our opinion freeIVimmnnlMan Intention probablr patentablebook on IatenU land J tlom strtctir oonSdentuu for lecnrlnapal ent free Oldeet aeency IatenU taken through Munn A Co rooeira gptcvu notice wtiuvu iuw p m u 301 2 48pm and 41 make connection at Ir 41 vlngton dally rxcept Sunday with trains to and from llardinsburg and Fordsvllle Branch Only line running Parlor Cart between Louis vllle Owensboro and Henderson Only direct line to the North and East For further Information call on or address Agents or II C MORDUE A O P A Ixiulsville Kv 12 lOlOom 96oir 240om 24 Trains Nos Hrdrlv Uattett 762 7 45 738 7 31 T15m 768 S29 320 313 307 38 L H St L TIME TABLE Na 10 h Fordsvllle Branch MAY I dear girl in swoet thoughtlessness Matrimony said the savage bach- Â¬ elor and nil tho married womon and the youngest young man glared at him Cincinnati Enquirer Chinese cannot bo tolegraphod Fig Â¬ ures havo to bo used corresponding to certain words Only one oighth of tho words in tho language aro in this code but this has boen found sufficient for practical purposes Trade Marks nrelRMB Copyrights Ac TAKING 30 1807 East Bound Train Dally Dally Dally Dally ex Sun ex Sun STATIONS ex Sun exSur No 2 I No No6 NoI 1060am Lv Irvlngton Ar SoOtnt West Bound Trains I EFFECT DAUGHTERS Development budding Into womanhood Moat life Run Down The Noted beer ITumter Weat Testifies low eyei dulled face pimpled complex alon allow palm in back aad aide and conetanUy tired AhandiomelrlHmtratiid Innrnnl Miila irt1 nt mnr Hanttfln yeart four months L Bold by all newsdealers MUNN Co Branch Office OS V Bt Are you golner Do ScttMific imema weekly JJirawtrtr Tflrtnl U A 1140 11 47 1165 12 10pm 12 25 1235 1255 1125 Hardlnsbnrg Kirk Jolly GlendeanesrFallsKougblv Dempster Rockvale DeronsteT- Garfield Harried unction 8 00 27 17 08 Junction 7 7 7 7 742 7 650 606 vxNbw Jflrt 120 1 re 6 30 4 20 6 44 6 36 5 jn -- 45 w ef tfcc both mother and daughter Regulate and atrengthen the delicate organ which ahould perform the natural Junction of womanhood During 33 yean Winter emllha Bucbu fall never failed in curing the tlU of girlhood at thl critical time All dnigguti and merchanla Arthur Peter ft Co LoukvllleKy Genl Agent WOMANHOODfor trying and critical time of WINTERSMITHS Severe lleuduche Nervousness Heaslck Beiaoi TlKbuustlmif Wny notprovet li all by Silnff OlJHHMANd MKVrHOr INHAJV Help thst headache cure tnst nervouoru and seasickness by the use of this Inhaler the treatsst stimulant and prerentatlre known wonderrul r lief In Hay kerpr and asthma tsTHUY GUHH IfJLNH INirArKK Stand you will alirays Uj II VrawUtl srsl ImrlU l It -- TRAVEL DO YOU a trlpl yoa suffer from to take STfl ety 165 205 215 230 2 6n ArKnrrlsvilleLv Mitchell Ruth Atkini Oakt S2g Kin 6 00am Comfort rs lul SO 4UI1I Until GO Oad I TIICSJMBB Kk HUJ rrMi IIP u a B LouisTiis rut noil Evaisii Between J3 U CHU MADETABLETS POSITIVELY CORE ME A MAN AJAX W Xfl your elreniclh U Tour Keep the Mead ond Tkrent clear and healthy mind and brain Knlwaytetrot ami eaw OlJaHUAN1 MMTMOIJIrilAICK lithe reller to manklii IH ail IHU HWMMieje MMMr er cTMtttrrn aia- wf appear br IK itfL Wr JetfaJJj lUy rTerana ir trtWri bcyiMi mH t M By YOUR TourhpvlnM ll FORTUNE health rrut lannn 1ac 4l Price U packasei or six pkess full treatment for VlituZ tJB Bi each oasa or rsTuod the taasnln tlir mont and asTacfia rAflffEptxwK jsp wa in slat upon hsung Uis astntilnst Alaw TK1a1 hitreeurs4thousaadsandllTourayoa Ws sirs ape lUrswiittaaaauaataetoaasetaeure MAva ifi money iDlssassa JiZJ Nmrvu HUepleasnassfalllog Msm pry IrapoUaor sta eanaJ by Abuse or Mhsr Eirimei and Indis Â¬ cretions Thtv atiUliluaiut turtlu rsstora Lost Vitality In old or young and t a man for study business or Dsrrlsa Bt Insanity and Consumption li Â¬ Packet Line an Line Louisville and Evansville STKAMKRS E G RAGON J1 M Bjaa Matter W a Blibop Fewer m TAKASGON I L Penny Muter H H Ballard I T Oesser Fatter B XewWII N GtUirourMo Jaljr MM FxHiraa Fredoula N Y- Dar tr I was run down tired oat bil Â¬ ious had ao appetite poor sleep dtcsj dull ad had cosataat headache The Brrt relief I got wm from yearBtoed and Liver Remedy aad Nerve Teste Oae houle brought a eocRatete ear I wm thus able to recommead It aad I have staee sold a great deal The last bottle 1 add eared a woman ot palpitation ot the heart aad ebroale lalausaUoa ot seek ot bladder She had smothering apelle frost her heart aud had to got up many tine of a sight The oeo bottle cured lier oowoletel v ot t dteeaae I never knew thU wedklae to Dr Id M t TELL CITY Tetter BaUrWiamw a4c9fna The iataaaa ItojUtaf andataartlug inci 6nt to Hwa t wnw to iaaUatly allayed by apply tafTCliawpwrlaiiia Eye and Skin OlnttrMt Many Yery bad cases have been vtwnAM1Uy cured by it It chappadhanda chilblains frost bites aad cjircalfl sore eyes M ot per box condition Tonio blood purifier and Yarmltojie They are not food but wedfein and tb beat in a to put a Prfoa W horsa j priaft oooeUsion MusW rami a favorite remedy for sore nipples is equally efficient for itching piles and Dr Wjjj CmmUUom Fewdoni are just whjit a horsa weeds when in bad CHARLES Me O MARTIN jjfljp 1 LttttiviUe U MabeetMlteMMUftUbeHlMleis iGeMtft oJUh IH Ms4 m 4th At Dally weef akhw4y betwee Leeltritte and Hew AaMterdam Freight shipped by tiUHt44eee4eiek f tau by rail will UA the rteaatett we I TnTelert ia eaalpeaMt aa4 teanamiiiHasi Ike bert enHMrySM espley aekl a P D STAGGS f u BtwtMir iff7i Fmoripiioa Pharmacist deer abeve ftfaa k C OltavarpHMrtt wirmw x pak oyjfwuxmTx J r1rnryT---T THIS BRKOStNRlDGB ttWS 31OWBil0 disease by the timely use of Tutts Liver Pills an old and favorite remedy of increasing popularity Always cures itY 6 I regard AyorVs Cherry Pectoral as superior to any cold or cough medicine made I have used It for yean and am never without a bottle In the bouse J T COOKE Publisher Waynosboro Va for coughs HALF SIZU DOTTLBS 50c Kodds roads Pickled pig feet at City Bakery MIfs Mollie Gitt has typhoid fever Now kraut at City Bakery 15 cents per gallon was in S A Palo of Hardinsbuig Agcrs Cherry pectoral Breckenridge News am ty WEDEN8DAY JANUARY 10 1898 I Local Brevities Try our cakes City Bakery Head the News anil youll bo happy Mrs Itlchard Sapp of Duke is qulto sick Five or six men have been laid of at the Bliops Thomas Squires of Sample was in town Monday Mr It 0 Willis has returned for a few days stay Walter Smart came in Sunday night from Chicago 8 L Suzer was in the city on business last Wednesday Take a peep at the Fair ad if you are looking for bargains Attend the Adklesonsale at WebBter Thursday February 10 Mrs J L Moorman and son Frank wenf to Skillman last Friday Dr II L Neweom went to Hardins burg yesterday on business Our correspondents aro newsy and entertaining this week Head them Miss Alfa Crosson of Union Star ar- Â¬ rived Saturday morning to visit relatives Mr Edwin B Bacon of Louisville was a visitor at the Fisher homestead Sun Â¬ day Dr James T Ovn left yesterday for Qlendeane He will be absent for sever Â¬ al days L II Adkisson of Webster spent Monday with his brothor Dr S B Ad Â¬ kisson John Crutcher representing Cluett Co Chicago Ills was in town C Jon yeserday Marion Dean while chopping wood days pgo nearly amputated two of his toes Ex Jailer Dick Watts of Louisville died suddenly Monday afternoon of heart failure Dora Richardson Clay has once more returned to her og id husband General Caseins M Clay Mrs George Greer came home Suuday from Indianapolis where bIio has been with her relatives Win Ksineckes indebtedness to the Kentucky Trust Company of Louisville amounts to 84000 James and William E Mluorof Holts Bottom wero in town Friday for a few hours on business NJprn to the wife of J E Monarch county surveyor a fine 0 pound toy OwenBboro Messenger Miss Jesse Kyler reached here Satur dar from Hardinsburg Miss Kyler will visit relatives and friends Produce cattle hogs and farming implements will be sold at the Adkisson sale near Webster Thursday February Bomn few 10 im K t 1 ft The bells were tolling long and loud yesterday It was tbu last day of free school and all of the children seemed to be quite happy Miss Helen D Brashear Stephensport has returned home from a visit to her aunt and uncle Mr and Mrs O L Haw Â¬ kins New Bethel Hon Til Groves came over from Tob iusport Saturday Mr Groves is not alarmed over tho high water affecting the people on his tide Master Mechanic Van Alstino with his family from Louisville have moved to this city Thoy liavo rented thecottnge which is situated near Mr Van Alstines work James Stites and family of Nashville Tenn have moved to this city and are stoppirg at the Barnes Housa Mr Stites hnsaecepteda position as engineer with the Texas Messrs Chas Cash man William Vic- Â¬ tor Bowmer and Miss Bettio Bowmer went to Hawesvllle Sunday While there they were the guests of Mirs Lucile Sterett Mr Jarvfe the tobacco man was in town Friday and had a pair of improved sealfa put in his factory He says there is an immense amount of unsold tobacco In this county yet O T Duncan and Orville Patterson of Hawesville were in town Friday evening Mr Duncan has sold his drug business to Mr Patterson and purchased one half of Mr David Adams farm below Hawes- Â¬ ville John H McGavock Jr and James T Skillman have associated themselves together to engage in the farming busi Â¬ ness near Webster Mr McGavock is an energetic and hardworking young man and one who thoroughly understands the tilling of the soil J D Buckingham a United States 1tuwUm Detective from Washington D 0 ww ia this city Thursday He went from here to PatoavlUe oh government ImsfnuM awl returned to Washington Tfcareday evening Tit will be aa art sale ant picture exhibition la tli lecture roots of the Jtttat Presbyterian ehurcb Wednesday Bight Jan 10 Tfeia entertainment shoablnotbe mlattil by anyone Ad inJaaiea 10 cents laelnsive of light refreebmente - town Sunday G W Payne of Harned was in the city Monday William Victor Bowmer went to Louis- Â¬ ville Monday A number of loads of tobacco came- In to town yesterday William Corlet of Patesvllle has been ill with typhoid fever If k bb wine intoxicating lovers would never favor prohibition Mrs Tl08 Tousey and son 011iespent Sunday in Hardinsburg The new pews for the First Presbyteri Â¬ an church have arrived Emmett Gregory has been confined to his room for soveral days Some one has Bald that Victor Bow- Â¬ mer lias left for Klondike Miss Alice Mattlngly will have to day for Henderson to be with relatives Miss Roney Matllrgly of Hardinsburg Is with Miss Florence Lewis W F Wnymiro and family left Satur Â¬ day for Ashland Ky to reside in the future Mrs Will Mattingly and daughter have returned to their home in Ilnrdlna burg The work on Brer Mitcholls register convinces oae that he is an attiet of high order The smoke from midnight pistols occasionally 11 at in the air Cant it be stopped Never judge a man by the coat lie wears He may have borrowed it for the occasslon William Vest Sons have had their store rooms newly papered T F Saw- Â¬ yer did the work Sam Hall and family have moved to Webster Sam will work for Skillman McGavock farmers Mr Thomas B Young of Morganfleld was here Sunday and Monday the guest of his daughter Mrs Chas B Skillman Herbert Cain of Bewleyville was here Monday it was his first visit in Ave years Mr Cain was seeking a position at the shops Mrs Julian Brown who has been here under treatment of one of our physicians has returned to her home in Glendeane much improved No ubo a talking the Willett Bros four in number were in town last night and fairly made the air burn with de-Â¬ lightful and charming music Mrs L 6 Moorman of Irvinjrton and Mies Lula Owen this city who were the guests of Mrs W W Lewis Otvectiboro have returned to their homes Mr Alex D Heron has decided to remain in this city He ia moving his saw mill from the Short line railroad and erecting it in the upper part of town Mr Alf Root of Union Star came to this city last Thursday enroute to Quick- aelin Indian Territory Mr Root will visit relatives and goes to take in the country John Flood ot Stephensport was in town Tuesday and renewed his subscrip tion to the News He says he has 25 acres of new ground ready for tobacco He will plant Burley Julius Slppel proprietor of the City Bakery remarked the other day that the people of this town evidently are fond of oysters H is sales up to this week have amounted to 300 Hardin Wilder dentist from Brand- Â¬ enburg will be in Irvington on Wednes Â¬ day Jan 20 and Thursday Jan 27 They are prepared to do all kinds of work pertaining to their profession The hotels of this city have enjoyed a brisk business during the past week Every room of both houses were occupied on several nights The traveling men all report business to be picking up Frank O Ferry of Henderson was in town yesterday Frank wears a beauti- Â¬ ful photo button which he is justly proud It is a picture of his charming wife and handsome pon Frank Miller A couple of farmers who came from Ohio county Friday with tobacco had to double while coming down the Patter Â¬ son hill When asked how they were to get up the hill on their homeward jour- Â¬ ney they merely sighed and kept on vatlng Tltlll i nt UnA atA Wallnnr la Rising gansang ferrets and bull frogs If China should bo dismembered Bill will have to use his ferrets to find a pur- Â¬ chaser for his roots but then the frogs The city has been full of tobacco buy will Jump the market up for him ery the past week Messrs Jarvis and Lewis Moorman with his family his Cheatham from Henderson and Owens- Â¬ chckens and his dogs embarked on the boro were among those seeking trades Steamer Buckeye State Monday night in the leaf It is said that but very litfur Meridian Miss his future home tle tobacco has been sold in the vicinity Lewis is a good fellow a native of this of Hardinsburg and that there is still a county and the News wishes him well in largi quantity of unsold tobacco in the county Is new homo Felix Carter has beon making exten- Â¬ Olrs Thomas Leaf of Toblnsport Ind diea Saturday morning of pneumonia sive repairs on his tobacco warehouse She was 50 years old Mrs Leaf was an The house has been leased by Jarvis of estimable true and devout christian Henderson II V Duncan will repre Â¬ Her death takes a way from that com- Â¬ sent Mr Jarvis in this city as buyer munity ono whose charity to tho poor Mr Duncan is one of the best judges of Her remains were laid leaf in this section and his ability as a will be missed to rest Sunday in the Toblnsport ceme- Â¬ buyer puts him on the top notch tery Hows This The Fraternal Mystic Circle no 670 We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward met in their lodge room last Thursday for any case of Catarrh that can not be night for the purpose of installing officers cured by Halls Catarrh Cure for the ensuing year They have rented F J OHENEY CO Props Toledo O the K of P hall and will meet every We the undersigned have known F J Thursday night Since the organisation Cheney for the last fifteen years and be Â¬ of this order it has been qulto successful lieve him perfectly honorable In all bus Â¬ At their next meeting there will be work iness transactions and financially able to la the First and Second degrees carry out any obligation neade by tbelr Hob D R Murray received a very in firm tereetlag letter last week from an old Weet Truax Wholeeala JfenggJet ToleÂ¬ Brvekenridgecounty boy Napoleon Wills do O Waldlng Kinaaa Marvin of Lewielown Montana He U going to Wholesale Draggisis Vaindo Ohio Klondike where he has some bueineas Halls Catarrh Owe it taken InieraaJ interests Before going he will come ly acting directly nne the blood and here and make Mr Murray a visit Io mucous sarinaM of the synteen Pike his letter he states that the place to I a P Ww ww make money la at Klondike Â¬ A Shops At the residence of Mrs Samuel P Conrad a measuring social will lako John Graham works extra place Friday night Jan St Three cents Dan Duncan can enjoy an Indefinite a foot and a free lunch Everybody In- Â¬ r Bt vited for the benefit of Baptist parson- Â¬ Master Mechanic Van Atstlne nan in age Frank Cheatham an Owensboro to- Louisville Monday Thomns Nnnnlo is n great rlevpr fellow bacco buyer was hero lost week looking over tho field with a view of ronting n and tho boys all like him house He said he wanted all the frosted J G Harris bookkeeper at the Tex- Â¬ tobacco he could get and wanted Wick as shops was in Louisville on business Moorman to manage for him Travellrg engineer Greor rides about Dont be at all alarmed when you hear with easo Still tho boys dont forget In of a Klondike company being organiz Â¬ Is on tho engine ed here Thero is a certain man here Owen May left Saturday for Louisville endeavoring to oiganizo a company and to work for tho Texas Someones has met with Uttering encouragement heart was broken He wishes his name concealed until Thos Wroe Geo Weatherholt 8am futher developments Potercan give a visitor at the shops JO P Moorman of Pellville was in most any old tuno on the box cars tfjwn Thursday lie sold his crop of to Among the ergneers thero is one bacco a500 pounds lor 7 o and f 1 Ho is a handsome called Polly to Janus B Pace Jr He said the out- Â¬ jolly large robust and a good clever look in every way was far better than it congenial old soul had been for many years in his locali- Â¬ Geo Baker who recently held down ty the operators keys at the depot but was Mrs A B Skillman and daughter transferred to Owensboro to take charge Elizabeth left yesterday morning for of the freight department is giving gen Â¬ Louisville They go from there to Punla eral satisfaction Gorda Fla to spond several months The rip track and car shed have both Mrs Skillman who has been sick for so long is going there trusting the climate been scenes of great activity during the past week Freight cars have been re- Â¬ will be beneficial paired and rebuilt and the rolling stock Before all of your resolutions are per- Â¬ of the system is now in perfect shape fected resolve to enlightened your child- Â¬ dtlff demons the tinner nnd a good ren The habit of readlug ran never be one too is now recoguized as the Cow instilled into them unless the right kind of literature such as periodicals books Heel dude Although any piece of and newspapers are kopt constantly work entrusted to him will be done before them The desire for an cduca promptly and correctly Passenger coach No 21 is ready for tho tlon will never be sought unless this course is pursued The proper time to road The coach has been thoroughly begin is before they arrive at maturity overhauled upholstered and renovated Begin at once by taking good reliable throughout It has beon repainted and newspapers that contain matter you the brass work highly polished The would not be afraid for your family to boys In the coach depattment may well feel proud of their work read The News is just such a paper every column can be read with ease The Texas can Bay boastingly when Once a subscriber always one If you anything comes up in reference to its are not already a subscriber dont delay engineers On no other road is there but send at once the subscription price one who possesses a laugh equal to Col The necessity for good passablo roads Robt Llndley When he is thrown in continues to agitate the minds of many to this mood he stirs up the shops build in this city This great need cannot be ngs eart h and the soul of every one accomplished unless everybody interest- Â¬ We want you to use Putnam Fadeless ed in tho progress of this town give some aid One or two men cant do it all Dyes because they color more goods The whole community must take an make faster and brighter colors and cost Â¬ active part The farmers are benefited you no more thau others 10c per pack age Sold by W E Brown Irvington as much as the business men of the town and they too should give an undertaking River News of this kind all the encouragement they is looking rather damp just The river pcsslbly can If there were several good gravel roads leading Bay ten miles from now Lots of cooking being done with drift this town the business would almost wood double in six months If roads cant be Tho W F Nisbltt passed up Monday bad unless a tax is levied let this be morning done Some action in this direction The haige of staves was taken out of would mean a great deal for the better- Â¬ the creek for Cincinnati Sunday of all in this town ment Looks mighty like the Ohio will enter Joneaboro Ark Feb 22nd 1807 some of the lower bottom cornfields J C Mendenhall Evansville Ind Business on the levy is fair Tho stage Dear Sir I have a very satisfactory of water is quite convenient to the sale on your Improved Chill and Fever wharf men Cure during the last year and find it River still rising however It will not gives as good satisfaction as any chill flood any houses unless there are rains cure I sell in tho next day or two Itespectfully W T Nash How much did tho river rise last night 7 is the first question every river Ale Tate Hit by a Texas Passenger Train street resident asks these mornings Allie Tate escaped death at Holts Residents of Easy street are getting gkttom yesterday morning in a most re- - alarmed at the approaching river Six markable manner This is a junction or sevon feet of water will reach them for the Texas passenger trains East Nothing but carp are being taken by and West The East bound train had the fisherman The bones in these fish arrived side tracked and was waiting make them appear as if they had been for the West bound The information used by a girl as a pin cushion gathered is that Tate was standing on Joseph Garret is the champion dlvor the sldo track with his back toward the of this city Sunday morning while try Â¬ incoming train perfectly unconscious cf ing to spike a log with his pole he of its time of arrival The space there went headlong into tho river hut was is exceedingly narrow and one has to be soon rescued in a half frozen condition very careful when around the trains Nevertheless he seemed to enjoy the He was struck and thrown under the joke as much as any ono East bound train which was stationary Met With Mrs R B McGlothlan His head was somewhat brused and left The Irvington B V R O met with ear and side of face badly lacerated He was immediately brought here where Mrs R B McGlothlan Saturday Jan Dr S S Watkins surgeon for the road 15th In spite of well nigh impassable roads rendered medical assistance Ho was and threatening clouds a number gather Â¬ not injured internally ed from different points of the compass Persons who are troubled with indi- Â¬ and were present to answer to roll call gestion will be interested in the exper- Â¬ The time was occupied with discussions ience of Wm H Penn chief clerk in the of German history in which great inter- Â¬ railway mail service at Des Moines est was manifested Tho next meeting Iowa who writes It gives me pleasure will be with Mrs Piggott Saturday Jan to testify to the merits of Chamberlains 20th The discussions will be German Colic Cholera and Diarrhea Remedy universities and educational institutions For two years I have suffered from indi a paper on Russia and a paper contrast- Â¬ gestion and am subject to frequent se Â¬ ing the legal status of women in Germa Â¬ vere attacks ofpain in the stomach and ny with that of American women music bowels One or two doses of this reme- Â¬ by Misses Henderson and Munford and dy never falls to give perfect relief Mrs Moorman Price 25 and 50 cents for Bale by A All visitors will bo heartily welcomed R Fisher Clovcrport R A Shellman and the roll is always ready to receive Stephensport the names of new members Meeting called to order at 1 30 Tobacco Buyers Â¬ Â¬ Arrest mmmmmmmmmm SICK HEADACHE sour stomach malaria indiges- Â¬ tion torpid liver constipation and all bilious diseases mm Bin flaw A Gentleman Came to Our Store tho other day nnd said I want ono of the bargain Wo took guns you aro offering bo cheap shot him to tho onco full show case where a few months ago it contained 25 guns thoy woro gone thoy wore bargains ho waited too long others saw tho bargains thoy bought them all over tho country nothing could comparo with our prices thoy came in blocks of threo and took them away TUTTS Liver PILLS BEWLEYVILLE Its nothing but rain and mud and the mud thickens and deepens to our dis-Â¬ tress Mrs Gilbert Kasey is on the sick list Mrs Hettlo McCans is visiting Mrs Alonzo Bennett Uncle Ben Hardaway was kept at home Sunday by a slight Indisposition The Hessian fly has been making dreadful ravages in the wheat fields Mrs Frakts has relumed to her home Miss Cilia Owen visited Mrs O H Drury several days last week thon left Sunday with Mrs Kate Bennett to be her guest awhile Dr Strother was again calling on a young lady in our vicinity Sunday Does this signify anything Dr Haynes still remains in our town busy at his work A lady from an adjoining neighbor- Â¬ hood attending church Sunday respond- Â¬ ed to tho greeting that she had not been Yes with us for along time by Baying but not bo long but that I feel at home here more at home here than anywhere I go Hail to tho approach of the illustrated edition of the News I J M Hardaway has contracted to work for A Moorman near Branden- Â¬ burg He contemplates moving down this week Bro Jimmie Lewis who Is now pastor of our Baptist church preached a very interesting sermon Sunday morning He had a methodlst text and frequently presented a Methodist truth how could he help it but taking the sermon all in all he held to his Calvlnestic doctrine like a truo and valient soldier I want to subscribe to Mrs Grlnnells remarks about tho reading of books If I had not a taste for reading I should begin at once to cultivate one as I con- Â¬ sider that one of my choicest earthly blessings An easy chair a comfortable foot rest and a book to ones own mind and at once all thought of time is lost and ono enters into a state of bliss Say you belong to the Irvington Fortnightly tako B V R C course and go back into antiquity coming along down to the pre- Â¬ sent time or roam the fields of good liter- Â¬ ature or by the help of the Song of Life axamine the curious and interest Â¬ ing habits of the world of scienco within our immediate grasp and all the while look forward to meeting with circle friends to discuss the matter and well its Heaven on earth I want to add by way of post script that I know of noth- Â¬ ing that bo resta a tired body or brain as one of the wholesome stories found in the Youths Companion Golden Rod Â¬ HERE IS ANOTHER BIG CHANCE Wo have a show caso full of Silverware Knives and Forks Spoons nnd such like most of it tho celebrated Rogers ware none hotter Wo do not intend to carry this lino any longer tho en Â¬ tire contents to be closed out at a big bargain If you dont need them now get them anyway Youll never get such a chanco again 3 75 for 2 76 Set Rogers Silver Spoons worth for 2 60 Set Silver Spoons worth l0 1 Set Silver Spoons worth 1 10 for 2 50 1 50 1 Set Silver Spoons worth 2 00 for 1 25 1 Set Fancy Handles well worth 09 for 1 CO 1 Set Antique Pattern well worth for 2 00 1 00 1 ou 1 sotiiain for inisu Heavy piaieu worm 1 Set Plain Finish heavy plated worth 1 49 2 00 for 1 Set Knives and Forks worth 2 25 50 for 2 00 1 Set Heavy Plated Forks worth 1 IK for fine for 25c Souvenir Spoons pretty designs worth Long Handle Sugar Spoons worth 50c 25c for shaped worth 75c 25c for Butter Knives well 25c 50c for Fruit Knives pretty pattern worth for 25c 50c Tea Spoons a snap for the price worth Wo will closo out this lot of bargains in tho next 10 days A chanco to add somo new silver waro to your table at a 1 1 small cost 3 GOLD WATCHES 8 SILVER WATCHES 4 n Uwnnit a uaiSa111 They will be oflcrcd at a special big bargain to close out the lot Come and see them SULZERS mmtmmmtrnmmmmmi The Discovery of the Day J Bogel the leading druggist of Dr Kings New Shrevoport La says Discovery is the only thing that cures my cough and it is the best seller I have J F Campbell merchant of AKE NOTICR Alt rersoni indebted to the Dr Kings New Safford Ariz writes undersigned will nteaie call and lettla with is claimed for it it out delay Upon failure to do so I will of neces Discovery is all that have to Ukejudgment on all unpaid accounts sity never fails and is a sure cure for Con- Â¬ In order that I may be able to dispose of the good advantage Office over J II GardCoughs and Colds I cannot claims to sumption It S Skillman Clerk ners store Breckenridge Circuit Court Dec 6 187 Dr Kings say enough for its merits New Discovery for Consumption CougliB Breckenridge Circuit Court and Colds is not an experiment It has W F McGarys Admr PltlT for a quarter of a century S beon tried vs and to day stands at the head It never Mary A Alvey U Defls parties concerned In the The disappoints Regular size 50 cents and abuve attorneys and allnotice that the undersign action will take 1 00 per bottle Short Haynes Drug Â¬ ed Commissioner will on Thursday the 97th U4y Aug I WANTS WVaytt T fVfqteftyj Â¬ Â¬ gists MATTINGLY Sjccess to the News In 03 The roads are desperately bad VBorn to the wife of W C Taul Dec 2ih a fine girl A B Orum has moved from the Tar Springs back to his farm on the iron oro hill Messers Gray and Burdettes school closed Friday with a nice treat to the pupils The mall route running from Jolly Station has charged bands W R Woltlngtors has the contract W N Pate took a nice lot of cattle to the city last week Nobe denies the report that he has abandoned the stock trade O D Hambleton has moved to the Tar Springs and those seeking a health resort will fin pleasant lodging with Mr Hambleton Fred Frank of Tar Fork was here Sunday as usual There was seven fam- Â¬ ilies in this neighborhood moved lost Monday What a record Miss Nola Frank who has been here with relatives for the past five months has returned to her homo in Rockport Ind accompanied by her cousin Miss Ida Frank The farmers of this community all seem to be in good spirits and aro fast making preperations for a large crop Several plant beds have been sowed wheat is looking well and every thing in ceneral is in a nrosDerous condition kTMiss Nannie Gofl and Mr William of the brides father Mr Chas Goff near Tar Fork Sunday Jau 0th Miss Kltle Newby biidesmald Mr Willie Rice best man Rev Richards spoke the binding words May supreme of January IS98 at hlsoflice in Hardinsburg Ky begin his sittings In he above cause and hear any proof which may be oflered by any of the parties touching the issues and matters for settlement In said cause and said parties are directed to be pres Â¬ ent on said above date Given under my hand this Uth day ol January 1893 V G Ilabbage C I1CC AII person NOTICK knowing thimselves indebted to the estate of Austin lleavin deceased are notified to come for Â¬ ward and settle on or before Feby 6 1898 1 F A llEAVIN JAdm J C Mattingly Two handsome youi f black jacks in go41 con- Â¬ dition ior butiness tms spring If ycu want one come and see them Irires and terms reasonable J G STElIIENS Addisson Ky Yfl should know that Foleys Hon I Uey ana Tar s absolutely the best remedy for all diseases of the Throat Chest or Lungs Dealers are authorizsd to guarantee it to give satisfaction in all cases A R Fisher Cloverport R A Stephensport Shellman Gordon Haynes latesvllle j E A Witt Hardins burg 1 1 Â¬ lloili Upstart Cf Tlifia- - OASTOH1A Jt Im Mm Commissioners Sale Martin McGlothllns Executor Plaintiff against Martin McGlothlins Heirs c Defendants No Â¬ tice of Sa e in Equity Uv virtue ot a J idgment and order of sale of the Breckinridge Circuit Court tendered at the Octo Â¬ ber term thereof i8j In the above styled cause the underlined will on GUSTON MONDAY Â¬ Mr Ben Glurkson one of Big Springs big cattle buyers was in town last Sat- Â¬ urday looking for cattle Tommle Connlff is shoving the yard stick for Sig Loeb Tommie is a good salesman and will draw custom for Mr Loeb aint it Miss Helen Pollock and Mrs Sig Loeb visited Mrs Gus W Richardson who has been quite ill but is improving at this writing Gus W Richardson lost his flue saddle mare and lres Richardson lost a valua- Â¬ ble mule last week Both animals died frnm an nvar faail it unf nrn fsv11ae Miss Maude Adkisson meeting of the Bay View Reading Circle at Irvington on the 15th and was eter tained by Mr and Mrs Chas Redman Let everyone come to tho Debating Society that meets every Thursday night at the school house and be sure to come to the Christian Endeavor every Sunday night at 7 oclock at the church Jim Anderson who is living in the northern part of Indiana Is here visiting relatives friends and the old home Jim is a gonial fellow and hie stead as Scotts and we sell It much very conversation jingles and effervesces cheaper is a statement sometimes with wit made by the druggist when Scotts Mr Roach of Louisville was in this Emulsion is called for This shows themselves regard vicinity last week buying mules The that the druggists highest price paid was awarded to Erek ine Munford for his pair of black mare mules 3 years old 15 and 10 hands high the price for the pair belug 140 Fred A Bush our Guston Foetssya of Cod Liver Oil with Hypophos that he is so full of poetry that bis shoes phites of Lime and Soda as the dont fit Fred Is a poet and composer standard and the purchaser who of great distinction He showed your eorreepoadeat souvenir neek he com desires to procure the standard because he knows it has Wm of aesed far the msiehsnta f Hewell untold benefit should not or one MMiigaa Um tawa woeee Fred halls instant think of tatter the title of front Ttte beak save eelienita of great geaiaa ustttaf tomg tmtaied aeMe vosJotv Tac lUaftniMaiaii Friend Basannif yo oould be si easr of goflMttfcliur said to he poet bAee WsMMaya when yea go lyWtt aa good far 4 gtngaf ner arrives and aw the poplflgjilng M praparatiott tooty for It and ever ready to devoafll asev U III II MWS on tf aftawlatt tents yon woald bay snotbajg annMllne nwaniejBBjii atana W BBffWBJHRnO a1 or doable ronr office lores ami give ns a instead oi a oeehiy Your 8e paper saaka as a waablf jast as tha htwirw ttwthlS Between the hours of 10 oclock a m and4oclock pm at the Court House door In Hardinsburg Circuit iirecarntioge county neniucity toeing louri aavi Droceea io expose to Iuuiic Sale to the h ghest bidder the followlnz described orooertv viz The Maitin McGlothlan farm lying in this county between the faims of Mike LydJan and Ihe widow Richard Hemdon about three miles west ol Irvington on the Webster and Branden Â¬ burg road and contains ia acres Also a tract of 8 acres lying near the Tvdings farm and is a part of the II C McGleassen farm Also a tract of ijVi acres adjrining the tame Alto Lots Not IV and 20 each fronting 40 feat on Lake Avenue and run ning back 190 feet to an alliy also Lots Not 9 and IU ironllng40ieel eacn on union Avenue and run mng back 190 feet also Lot No 16 Ironting on Lake Street 40 leet anu 193 ieet oeep All of said lots being in tne town oflrvlngton TKIIMS Sale will be ma Je on a credit of six twelve ard eighteen months The ourchaser will be required to give bond with approved security for the pjyment ot the purchase money to have the force and effect ol a replevin bond bearing legal Interest f om tie day of sale with a Lien reserved upnn salJ property until all the purchsse money is paid VQ BABBAGE M Cv Comm ssioner Titrio- umlli Cf FEB 1498 OASTOHIA llgutui Just as Good Emulsion 0tityrCSUK Crushed lijr n Tree Hr Scotts Â¬ happiness ever be theirs The road leading from this place to Cloverport is in a most desperate condi- Â¬ tion and it ts almost impossible to ride or drive over it And the pedestrians are daily abused by farmers living along the roadside for trespassing their fields I am under the Impression that If the county officials and the buslnecs men of Cloverport who depend principally upon tho farmers for their prosperity bad to contend with such roads going to and from their place of business they would quickly take action on such un- Â¬ finished business I also think that Hoawell Bro who represents this county in the legislature should kindly remember those who fought and won the battle for him last November and remember that the majority of them are daily complaining of the condition of tksir wads and if it be in his rower be jbmwM present some claims for the satiaisg na of our roads Not only the should work but let as all work r tor brotherly work we know is the longevity ej gnaaaerity Peru Ind Jan 12 Charles Myers 30 a prominent Plnecreek township farmor had tho life crushed out of him whllo cutting Umber A tree fell across bis chest and he lived but an hour One Minute Cough cure cures qulekly Thats what you want I Short nes Hay Â¬ Number of Delegates Indianapolis Jan 16 The list ot delegates appointed by boards of trade and commercial organizations to the monetary convention number to date 172 More aro expected When you take cold nothing comes ia a bottle ot Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey Good for children good for everybody A remedy you can always rely upon to cure a cough an attack ol croup or other bronchial troubles Get a bottle to day so useful as fto wajBj OourieJoaraalkaaMaiiy in the land Um W Drank M Mcuifc Redkey lad Jan 13- a glasebtower employed eg r factory of Butler ft Oteaam dead In bed at hta boaMkg Csicai CntWtie the meet wea- Sealtb vteHed several salooaa before re derful veryef we tiring and tbe coroners verdiet 4lt JflPMll h1 tbe tssle aet geatly tbai death waa caused by exoaaettre was siwl iMMiemnw ea kidneys liver and beweis use cleansing taa ealiiw svatana dispel eoUk t atlninbsnia cm- hsarteansi fnvr baeUuat coostlpaitoa T Cat 1r Mitpi cnl Mltoejaness Piaase buy and try a box ore C CLlo dayil Vise casta aVtidaad nwckmssii UUV U guaranteed to cure bjattdinggrals afm - L PfPPnHRPvpnpPi9QpiBRpnpwr1UH ittn i r TlrTr wfflyr L9 BRECKENRtDGE WEDNESDAY rwffipyarr OTinefftMWM f i nrtw liltfMti4A rowwra l jm vpnj3HBM KBUUTKNS fly BfcCkcMrldge OP RUWUCT W8M- - NEWS JANUARY 19 18P8 f r t r 5r IUtohal That tho mombers of said their heartfelt sympathy A successful debating Boclety bore to our bereaved brother J T Daniol DD B Friday night and family in tho loss of bin wife and Saturday May that unsur Â¬ their devoted mother Brlnton Moseley who has had typhoid Conrad Becks stomach was removed passed Pythian friendship and mantle of favor Is getting well In St Louis and ho still lives charity unparalleled benevolance ever Vfcorn to the wife o B 8 llolm on the A long scries of railroad ticket for- Â¬ encircle tho household of our bereaved 12th Inst a flne girl geries has come to light at St Joseph brother Dion and Clay Moseley wont to Mo liemhcd That these resolutions be Whltesvllle Friday on business John A Qano formerly proprietor published in the BntcKENRtniiB Nbws of tho Cincinnati Commercial is dead and a copy bo sent the bereaved family ThoNKW8comc8 to the front as the In Cincinnati best county paper coming to this office and the satno be spread upon our min Â¬ Charles E Patterson an employe of utes Some of the farmers here have sold the Boston postoilice has been arrested A A LaIIkist 1 their tobacco at Whltesville lor 7 0 nnd for robbing the malls RT Polk Sr JVCora 1 A healthy baby weighing only Chas May Mlley Long Ami family will miye to pounds was born to Mr and Mrs Henry Evansvllle shortly where he has a pay Â¬ Blochbcrger in Delphos O HOW TO FIND OUT ing job A convict In tho Montana peniten Â¬ tiary has fallen heir to 150000 by the Mrs Lucy Temple of Yelvii gon is Fill a botllo or common glass with death of a relative In Connecticut visiting her sister Mrs usan Temple of urine and let it stand twenty four hours Clyde Mattox serving a life sentenco a sediment or settling indicates an un- Â¬ this place in tho Kansas penitentiary for murder healthy condition of the kiduoj s When recently Rev J D Mocker was he re committed In Indian territory has been urine stains linen it is evidence of kid Â¬ Hi is a booming his Fonhvllle school pardoned Too frequent desire to flne fellow Elijah Davis 65 and Fannie Spaul ney troubo in thn back is also con- Â¬ urinate or pain Will Fords family and Miss Carrie dlng 07 were married at Webster City and blad- Â¬ proof Bruner of Fordsvilh1 visited at Hillary la He rescued her from drowning vincing out of Hint the kidneys order der are 50 years ago nearly Burners last week SSS never fails to cure Scrofula Friday WHAT TO DO Mort Mosely went to Hawesville Eczema Rheumatism Contagious Blood Two wiretappers were arrested In Tuesday of last week and qualified as Poison or any disorder of the blood There is comfort in the knowledgo bo Do not rely upon a simple tonic to cure Cincinnati deputy Couuty Clerk a deep seated blood disease but take a Ex Senator Tabor has been appoint Â¬ often expressed that Dr Kelmcrs A J Skinner Is on tho board of sispet real blood rrinedy ed postmaster at Denver Swamp Root the great kidney remedy Our hooks visors again this week at Hawesville to Cablegrams are not allowed to be fufils every wish in relieving paiu in the free upon applibe chssed by all he raists published In Havana until 12 hours aft- Â¬ back kidneys liver bladder and overy cation Swift somq talk of one of our pret- Â¬ Specific Co er their receipt There is part of the urinary passage s It corrects All agents doing work for tho New inability to hold urine and ecalding pain tiest jouug ladles and a nice young man Atlanta Ga York Life Insurance company in Kan Â¬ In parsing it or bad effect following use from Yelvinglon marrying soon prosecuted of liquor wine or beer and overcomes is visiting his sisters li the strongest possible way to our sas aro to bo William Jett Tho senate committee on privileges that unpleasant necessity of being com- Â¬ I petito P M cne and our AdaIJa and Dollie in Henderson county yo ing M adversely to pelled to gut up mauy times during the night last week when they were out for and elections reported where they are teaching eclioo urinate The mild and the ex- Â¬ M D in seating H W Corbett as senator from night to walk Tableau traordinary effect of Swamp Root Is soon There are five empty store houses here a moonless Oregon M holding on to picket reahz d It Btands the highest for its and a new man could do fine business in tho ditch P Vlco Chancellor Reed of Trenton N trnfAnrturfnl miruRnf tlm mnfct fltfltrpftflinir light moro light for one of them if he would Iiaudle all kinds fenco calling refused to set nslde tho Oklahoma cases If you need medicine you should well leave that to jour imagin J amid of merchandise dlvorco granted to Frank A McGowan nave tne Dest ooiu uy uruggmuj price while urging our city counaton mean Dfty cents and one dollar You may from his wife Mary McGowan A considerable raid has been made on cil to hurry up the street lamps liifa a cnmnla KnMla and rtnmnlnt hnth Thursday the hen houses in town recently Adam free by mail Mention the BrehcK- One of the happhst surprises I have wrecked newspaper of- Â¬ sent Army officers Haweslost thirty seven and Mrs Susan KNBinaBNsws and send your auunss to in alonis time is the gift of a lovely fices In Havana and serious rioting en- Â¬ Dr Kilmer had Co Binghamton N Y Temple six in the same night little silver cup for malclifs or tooth proprietors of this paper guarantee Vora Moseleys school at Sourwocd pitks from the girls in my Sunday Fchool sued supreme court of Indiana holds Tho genuineness of this offer the Tho closed Wednt slay of last week This is class It is policies aro not priz d not only for its uni- Â¬ that life lnsuranco the second one he has taught there He que beauty but for the loving spirit of taxable 6EV E RAL OF TH EM will teach a select school at Haynesville A fireman was caught under a falling those precious girls who have been so Snlelde Sreuti to lie Quite the Thine Id in the spring faithful in the discharge of their duty wall and crushed to death In Russoll New oik It is said that Hilary Bruner will sell in my Sunday School work and for whom vlllo Ky New York Jan 17 William P Mor- Â¬ goods here soon for a Fordsville firm I have suoh tender heartfelt love Senator David B Hill of Now York rison a stock broker committed sui- Â¬ God says he voted the straight Democratic cide at his home in this city by hang- Â¬ and Mrs Bristow will s ill f jr a Pates bless them all ticket In 1S9C ville firm We need merchants here as ing Bro Hesson preached Sunday morn R A Sprechcr a banker of Portage well as other business men Bertha Valfir 30 years old a teacher ing and evening to very good congrega- Wis died suddenly in Phoenix A T of French committed suicide by Inhal- Â¬ tions considering the condition of tho of aortic aneurism IRVINGTON ing illuminating gas His sciuiou in the morning was roads At Nevadavllle Colo three men Thomas Baussett 40 years old a on liis Lucile Orphans Home a woi were Instantly killed by a fall of rock waiter committed suicide by swallow- Â¬ Riehard Herndon is q ilte sick thy enterprise and one winch we hope in Hidden Treasure mine ing carbolic acid Mrs Dr Moorman lias returned from will meet with a hearty response from Slgmond Polltzka 52 a bookkeeper It Is claimed Andrees balloon was an Oiveneboro visit W should appreciate this seen In August In British Columbia this people died from carbolic acid poisoning and The Rty James Boyd Brady pastor of tion of Indigestion nervousness consti- Â¬ Miss Gola Orendorf Webster is a not only as a noble undertaking but as In tho dlrrlct of Cariboo is supposed to have committed suicldo the Peoples Temple in Boston presides pation and general weakness and endure guest of Mits Mary Bandy the work of cur own pastor and give him Mrs Mary C Campbell of Peoria Missing Mans Uody Found of the largest Metho Â¬ the consequent loss of health without Ills suicided In Chicago by Jumping Mrs Wimp entutaincd a few friends onr aid by hearty co operation Camden N J Jan 17 Tho body of over the destinies considering how easily the cause of all dist church in the country from a third story window schoo to dinner last Miss Ada Hanks will close her dnesday E Pierre Jerred of this city who dis Wednesday Big candid Scjtch Irishmnn that he this Illness might be remedied appeared last November was found in next Friday and immediately return to Miss Cilia Owen of Louisville was a Needful nerve and tis ue nourishment Weavers of New Bedford Mass His Is Dr Brady has built up the Temple Miss Hanks Mantua creek near Paulsboro her home In Stephersport gupst of Mrs Jimmie Lyvvis last week to strike throat had been cut but tho postmor- Â¬ fiuauciaily and numerically and to day is at the bottom of all permanent build lins taught the three past terms at this concluded Rev J W Lewis and Dr Moorman ing up of health Denver newspapers are making war tem showed that drowning had caused he is the pastor ot a flock of 1700 many warm friends in and wife went to Oivensboro to hear place and has on department 6tores Paines celery compound looks out for death It was first thought that he had Dr Brady devotes himself with unflagg Â¬ thisconmunity who nro sorry to see Sam Jones Gomez has notified Blanco that the been murdered but tho authorities be- Â¬ ing courage to anything ho undertakes the insidious weakening of the nervous credit very lnr go She deserves Cubans are unconquerable lieve he committed suicide as he had The ehief characteristic of his minis- 8 stem through malnutrition Misses Kilen and Ermine Munford and It gives a much in her capable methods of teach Â¬ James E Berry the millionaire twice before tried to end his life Miss Ellen McGehee were guests of Miss try has been progress in number healthy tono to the stomach increases many of her patrons ing and there are tramp of Poducah Ky is critically 111 Ada Hanks at dinner Sunday financial condition and moral and spirit- Â¬ the blood supply quiets and rqualz s Some OH Tlurned who would be glad to have thelrchildren William Dean Howells says Ohio was Wheeling Jan 17 Two thoughtless ual growth He is a man of plain but the irritated nerve action and promptly Thank- - Mrs G will instruction but she turn continue under her jou to the Union In 1804 instead boys caused great mischief by applying yigorous words So much has been said feeds the tissues when the bodily vigor my head I fear but the adimration is made no effoit to procurn a spring school admitted of 1803 a match to a spray of coal oil Issuing and written nbout Dr Brady his work is at its lowest ebb nnd should not bo rauttnl and of longstanding I assure having a more desirable position in the negro rescued a from a small aperture in the Standard William Wilson jou tendered her a another child from drowning In Indianapolis Oil companys pipe lino from Slsters his progressive method his eloquence further taxed way of pa Ilie only cure therofore for rheuma- Â¬ and his power as a minister that tho fol point Mr Ueduian had an exploit too in the and lost his own life vlllo and Mannlngton to Morgantown lowing letter from him will be convinc tism neuralgia or general debility that ditch one of these moonless nights The painting on the inlerior of the Professor Schenok of Vienna says an All the oil In 10 miles of C lnch pipe ing and helpful to many persons besides is lasting in its good effects must rest on Rather cool weather for a plunge this Methodist church improves the appear Â¬ Increase of corpuscles In female blood nearly 10000 barrels was consumed the large number who are every Sunday a radical cleanBlng of the blood and a Eh Mr K dmnn very much When the chinch is before pregnancy produces a male ance Will Go Up the Kile influenced for good by his powerful building up of the nervous tissues All TSIisfl Kllfii MtCieli e one of our very furnished and dedicited we will draw a child London Jan 17 Tho United States preaching Howris tills is best done by Paints celtry comElla Barnes of Birmingham Ala of relief and be justly proud of own gins is among us this week We breath ambassador to Great Britain Colonel pound beciuso this lemarVablo remedy Boston S pt 27 1897 who threw a lighted lamp at Bessie John Hay and family will Ball from would like to steal hnr permanently but our little MethodiBt church at Irvington was ac- Â¬ Paines celery compound if widely and begins at the begining wherever there German Lloyd This little hand brought together and Thomas burning her to death Genoa on tho North must gie way to c unter claims used wou d relieve nervousness is dlsowc aud establishes the health quitted of murder il by our dear Bro Geo Cundill steamship Prlnz Regent Lultpold on wisely Miss Ermine Munford leaves in a few organ firmly and beyond any fear of falling Tuesday Jan 25 for Egypt for a tour up tho soothe restlessnrrs reduce sickness is lees than three jears old begiuing days for Louisville thento to Chicngi strengthen the body invigoiate the mind back James J Corbett has made a bid for Nile for an indi finae visit We are lo h to with ten members I think it has grown Tho worn iut person who rannot sleep and add years of happimss to life the St Louis Browns 10 and is a liv Fort Smith Torundo see our girls leave hut s nd them a hear to number something in should take Paines celery compound James Royd Bhadv Fire insurance companies will attack ing monument to Bro Cundifls energy Fort Smith Ark Jan 13 A terrible ty jrood speed with a safe return Pastor lopleH Temple It is folly to iraagino that every hour the Nebraska antl compaot laws Bro Oveiton will hold quarterly meet Â¬ and del el initiation iu the face of diflkul tornado swept over this city about 11 Tne man or woman who does not take taken from sleep is an hour gained The forward turret of tho battleship ing here nxt Saturday and Sunday ties oclock at night destroying more than time to get well will toouer or later have Nothing undermines health and Iowa was crippled while at practice There will be preachii gat 11 oclock a like loss of sleep The nervous system Mrs Rebecca D Rlckoff author of two scoro of lives and upward of 1 to take time to bo ill Made a New Man of- Him in and 7 p m both days Let every school books Is dead in New York Many live under the needless it fac sutlers as much from lack of sleep ss 000000 worth of property Brjan Ohio Jan 13 1897 body come and enj y good sermons and Rev Thomas Moore dropped dead in For years I have been Gentleman THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE good talks the midst of a sermon at Harper Kan There will be preaching at the Baptist suffering from indigestion Had a poor Thurston says no party lines Senator church next Saturday morningand even appetite and could not eat anythirg con will he drawn on the Hawaiian annex- Â¬ Lung Troubles and Consumption Can be taining gn asei and had constantly n worn ation treaty Cured ing and aleo Sunday morning and evenThomas A Edison claims to have ing at 11 and 7 oclock I am sorry not out feeling After using three 50c bottles to be able to give the name of the minis Â¬ of Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin I am now discovered some hitherto unknown An Eminent New York Chemist and Scientist Makes a Free Offer to Our ter who will preaih but a treacherous able to eat an tiling my appetite craves substance in iron Readers Dutch Bradley an escaped life con Â¬ memory must be my excuse however and can say it has made a new man of me Eli Bowkn vict from the Nashville penitentiary you may expect a good sermon Come CIibs C Martin has been arrested in Chicago Tho distinguished New York chemist Owing to the painting of the pews in Monday T A Slocum demonstrating his discov- Â¬ the methodist church the prayer meet- Â¬ rrnlmbly fatally blabbed Count de Llancff Russian minister ery of a reliable and absolute cure for ing will not be held there but the Bap Â¬ Springfield OJan 11 Qlenna Lew of public works is dead Consumption pulmonary Tuberculosis Is probably fatally stabbed Carrie tist have hospitably open their diora t Senator Chandler Bays President Mc and all bronchial throat lung and a fight In a saloon Both us and we hope there will be t large at- Â¬ Brown in Klnlej favors bimetallism chest diseases stubborn coughs catarrhal tendance there next Wednisday eveuir g were In love with tho same man Seth D Tripp 72 Inventor of the affections general decline and weakness at 7 oclock many come out and Freiuout Muii Insane shoe pegging machine Is dead In Lynn loesof flesh and all conditions of wast Â¬ have a good meeting you will find these Clemens J Mass Fremont O Jan 11 ing away will send THREE FREE BOT raeetirgt help you in daily life Kreltz who disappeared last week has A woman with a hatpin attacked two Â¬ been located In Cincinnati in a dement- Â¬ train robbers in Chicago and prevented TLE3 all different of his Now Discov The sympathy of our nearls went out eries to any nfllicted reader of the Bekck ed condition the robbery to Arthur Prince who assassinated Ac enbidok News writing for them Started For tlie Klondike lias His New Scientific Treatment tor William Terrlsa in London was in Â¬ Bucyrus 0 Jan 11 F C Flaherty cured thousands permanently by its Clymor and W T Reld have dicted for murder Will Wire tappers who caused the Roby timely use aud he considers it a simple Thoy Contlnuod to Spread In Splto started for tho Klondike for a two bookmakers to lose 2000 have been professional duty to suffering humanity years stay of Treatment but Now Thoy aro caught In Chicago to donate a trial ot his infallible cure Hoatod A Wondorful Work Clmrcril With Arson Science daily develops new wonders Francis D Newton Ma wife and O Jan 11 Manley many years I have been a great Marlon Tilden For adopted daughter were murdered by and this great chemist patiently experifarmer Is charged with setting fire to sufferer with varicose veins on one of my Mass menting for years has produced results limbs My foot and hub became dread William Rushs bam on New Years their hired man near Worcester Mrs Augusta Nack was sentenced to as beneficial lo humanity as can be When I stood up I could day fully swollen 15 years imprisonment In New York claimed by any modern genius His as Â¬ ted the blood rushing down tho veins o Hack Title Vwlcl for assisting Martin Thorn to murder sertion that lung troubles and consump- Â¬ IbblUnb One day I accidentally hit my Toledo Jan 11 The Woolson Spice William Guldeniuppe ioot against some object and a sore broWo tion are curable in any climate Is proven out which continued to spread and was company has paid Into tho Lucas coun filed by heartfelt letters of gratitude Two Well Known Stateamea I concluded I ty treasury over 30000 back taxes exceedingly painful in his American and European laborator Talked for months from a front porch needed a blood purifier and 1 began taking Second Attempt burceuful ies in thousinds from those cured In all In a short tirao Hoods Barwparllla Lima 0 Jan 11 Alfred A Creps a and rear end of a car Perhaps the use parts of the world those dreadful sores which had caused young attorney suicided by shooting of Foleys Honey and Tar will explain Medical experts concede that bron- Â¬ why they could do this without injury mo so much suffering began to heal I This was his second attempt Sarsapa chial chest and lung troubles lead to to their vocal organs It Is largely used kept on faithfully with Hoods uninterrupted which A White Mark Oouaumptlon rilU and in a short time my Hmb was by speakers and singers A R Fisher completely healed and the sores gave me means speedy and certain death Â¬ Foleys Kidney Cure is a perfectly re Cloverportj R A Shellman Stephens no more pain I cannot bo too thankful Simply write to T A Slocum M O liable preparation for all Kidney and port Gordon Haynes Patesvllle Barsapa for the wonderful work Hoods 08 Pine street New York giving post Bladder diseases The proprietor of this A Witt Hardlnsburg Mrs A E rllU has done for mo Miss Allle Hughe- - Norfolk Va was nic tad ex nress address and the free Great Medicine guaranteo it or the mon QiUQH Itartland Vermont msdiclne will be promptly nt Suffer Â¬ Do they not deserve a frightfully burned on the face and necV ey rsfunded A R Fisher Cloverpori Pain was Instantly relieved by DeWitts ers should take instant advantage of bis white mark R A Shellman Stephensport Gordon Witch Haul Salve which bwWd the geserowi proposition Please toll the Doctor that you saw bis AHayne- - Patesvllle E A Witt liar injury without leaving a sear It la tits Is the best la fwt fUe On Troe Plnod Puffer OtofWpori On Um FsOlf of Mmmh pfti iu the Bmckimbimb Nsws A Hayues fAjnouspDe remedy hort dituburfi Tedium Detalli and Ilrlght Literary Oeim or the Reporters Are Cnreriilly Imlnted a lllue Tint to Treve nt the Tails Being Obscured Lodge extend PELLVILLE Is ft deep seated blood disease which all the mineral mixtures in the world cannot cure SSS guaivnlced purely Is a real blood remedy for vegetable blood diseases ntid has no equal Mrs YT Buck of DelaneyArkhad Scrofula for twenty five years and most of the time was under the care of the doctors who could not relieve her A specialist said he could cure her but he filled her with arsenic and potash which almost ruined her constitution She then took nearly every so called blood medicine and drank them by the wholesale ztsm- - but tuey uict not reacu trouble VMF tV her advised her Some H to try one Cw v fiSS nml alio verv soon found that she had a real blood After tak Â¬ remedy at last She says ing one dozen bottles of SSS I am my skin is clear perfectly well andjalthy and I would not be in uiywfmer condition for two thousand dollars Instead of drying upthepolson in my system like the potash and arsenic SSS droc the disease out through the skin and I was perma Â¬ nently rid of it mm TOED BUT MW worn STORY 13 COMPLETE NEVERTHELESS L6dgd No 6l THE Knights of Pythias BOSTONS GREAT PREACHER The Rev J A Brady Advises His Many Parish- Â¬ ioners to Take Paines Celery Compound Mar lj A Real Blood Remedy Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Both may be from lack of nourishment supplied and a healthy condition insured by using Paines celery compound The stay and staff of sound health is well nourished and well regulated nerves Sufferers from sleeplessness nervous dyspepsia or headache may be sure tbat every reservoir of nerve force has been tapped and exhausted by work worry too littlo elopp or faulty nourishment because of poor digestion and assimila- Â¬ tion As soon as such signs of nervous exhaustion aro noticed shaky hands broken sleep poor appetlto wasting dis Â¬ eases neuralgia or dyspepsia take ad- Â¬ vantage of the remarkable restorative and regulating action of Paines celery compound Nervous disorder increase in a sort of o impound ratio It is a thousand times easier to put a stop to neryoua debility in its earlier stages than later on to cor- Â¬ rect nerve aud brain exhaustion that may bo complicated by heart kidney or some other orgintic trouble Paines celery compound must not bo confounded with any of the plausible sounding but really temporary make shifts whose cures are never pormenent nor thorough going and only bring de Â¬ ferred hopes that make the heart sick Palnes celery compound Is the greatest nerve and brain invlgorator and most reliable blosd puriflr the world has ever been blessed with Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Fmlblie Sale I WILL ON It Thursday Jan 27 Sell 1898 the highest and best bidder Those Dreadful Sores Six Head of Horses and Mules Â¬ Â¬ Seven Head of Cattle Twenty Three head of Hogs One First Class Tobacco- Screw - m j Farming Implements Household and Kitchen Furniture Hay and Oats At my residence Corn Â¬ Hoods SB J S MORTON o4 TAR EORK XY xi- - r