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Digital page images are linked to the text file. s- y- THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALIa THE NEXWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXII CLOVERPOKT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 2 1898 Tom Reod never saw the little up NO 29 Royal makes start FRANPORT Many Bills And Many Resolutions Have Passed Both asÂ¬ nor wouldnt know that infantile genius if he saw him 0 LONG IS LONG HEADED The Secretary of the HE IS NOT CONGRESSIONAL 8UMMARV Houses The Most Notable Was That Calling on Senator Lindsay to Resign Senator McChord of Washington managed the fight in favor of the bill empowering tho railroad commission to fix freight rates In the state and to hid is due the credit for the passage of the bill in the Senate It will bo but a matter Of a few days until a bill in exact conformity will be passed in the House The bill is one of the most important if not the most important moasure yet con sldered in the Legislature Senator Mc Â¬ Chord said I have no doubt of the passage of the bill in the House from the talks I haye had with a number of members It will certainly become a law before the end of the session TALKING Lindsay is Keeping His Own Counsel However Mo Remarked Significantly That Tho Present Kentucky Legislature Navy Senator Solved a Difficult Problem In the Senate Washington Jan 25 Senator Mor- Â¬ gan reviewed Hawaiian annexation while reiterating that President Clove land favored It Senator Turple spoke In support of the Teller silver resolu- Â¬ tion Pension appropriation bill wns debated qulto oxtonslvely Washington Jan 26 A heated dis- Â¬ cussion ot the financial question was brought about by tho Teller silver res- Â¬ olution 27 HAD BEEN the food part wholesome and delicious DRINKING Awful Fate of a Woman Who Was Given to Tippling SENDING THE MAINE TO HAVANA Spains Objections Were Overcome by DID NOT ELECT HIM NOT UNDER OBLIGATIONS Diplomacy Administration Wor- Â¬ The commltteo appointed for investi Â¬ ter to the Democratic gating the state csylums will leave noth- Â¬ ried Over Situation ing undone in finding out the cause of Party the alleged muddles which bave been alluded to as resulting in these institu Â¬ When there were wholesale HISTORY OF THE INCIDENT tions changes at Lexington recently something EXCELLENT WORK COMMITTEES D0IN6 must have come up to make this neces- Â¬ sary At least the Democratic members thought so hence the House members WASMNOTCS Feb 1 Special There Frankfort Ky Jan 31 Represen- Â¬ named as a committee to go and find aro EOiiio facta concerning tho motive ot tlio administration in sending tho bottle tative Haawell Is a loyal Iltpublicnn and out all that is to be found about these to Havana and tho nmniior In though I havent much patience with properlties under the watchcare of Ken- Â¬ ship Maineorder was Usuod without giving which tho the Grand Old Tarty members as a rule tucky ofTenso to Spain which tho iJubllo does not yet understand It Is n story which ehowa I must say I admire his aggressive fights ou every subject from his standpoint I find a sentiment against the prison that tho president has about him won who aro smart enough to copo with the best Ho led the opposition againat Bepreson commission bill is growing and very diplomatists of tho world Credit for this tative Bertram who was seated and tried much to my surprise It seemod a week mnnouvcr whloh was a most skillful one to land Mr Towers the Republican ago that senator Bronston would have belongs to tho president himself Secretary Assistant Secretary He presented every argument he could no trouble in getting through his pet of tho Navy Iong and Secretary Long who of Stato Day It was and said in fairness and honesty ho measure but the Democrats now seem brought mutters to a crisis and secured tho thought Mr Towers deserved a seat in to be doubting the wisdom of passing presidents approval of an order dispatch Â¬ the House But despite the eloquent the act The Republicans are fighting it ing the big battloshlp to tho Cuban capital Correspondents and editors havo puzzlod appeals of the young Demosthenes the with desperation because they think their brains ami advanced nil sorts of House by a decisive vote seated the they will be subjected to criticism if It theories to account for tho stationing ot Democratic contestant becomes effective and are afraid they tho ship nt Havana They havo tried to will Btand no show under it The Brons Â¬ explain tho act upon the ground of somo ultorlor motive perhaps something sensaSenator Jolly and Senator- Tetrie two ton bill will come up to day or to morrow tional But It was a very simple matter men from the Tennyrile aro recognized and then we shall see what disposition after all As I noted In tliesu dispatches a year ago boforo the Inauguration of the ai the leaders in the Senate on the Re will be made of it president Mr McKlnlcy bollovod this gov0 publican side Both are conservative ernment should koop a warshlpconstantly of the less The only thing that has occurred to at Havana and do not bop up like somo It was his lutontlon to send experienced members every time a bill mar the evenness of the session was the one thoro within two weeks aftor ho took is introduced or a resolution offered news of the death of Representative Per tho oath of ofllco as prcsldont of tho United States When either looks at the other and one kinp of Webster county Consulted Spain Wishes set it down ariseB on the floor you may 0 On coming to Washington howovcr he that the speaker is about to offer some Representative Mallory of the judici- Â¬ found that Spain was exceedingly unwillstrenuous objection to Democratic meth Â¬ ary has rendered good service in killing ing to have an American navnl vessel In minuter harbor ods or try his hand at spell binding bills that would have created unneces- Â¬ Havana do Lomo Tho Spanish If a ship argued that Dupuy Tne committee workers are all busy and sary expense or else were out of order were sent thoro tho people of Havana would be very nngry about it and trouble In these Breckenridges members are 0 of tho presidents ad onsuc spending any time they may have to Senator Jolly has introduced a resolu- might thought Somo and tho president so too visers spare tion for removing the remains of Gen reluctantly abandoned his Intontlon tem 0 Eli H Murray from the soldiers burying porarily at lonst Thus matters drifted Mr Haawell has Introduced a bill ground at Bowling Green to the state along all last year until about three amending the election law by striking soldiers lot in this city The resolution weeks ago there wcro riots in tho streets of Havana householder in the will doubtless be adopted out the word That was n most anxious tlmo for the of elec- Â¬ presldont and his cabinet ministers When section relating to the eligibility thoy came together tion officers The Morgan Ohinn anti school book question was asked In cabinet council this trust bill is progressing very nicely and Suppose tCero Is moro rioting In Ha Another good bill by Mr Haswell was seems a cinch as to success It will vana and Americans aro attacked and reli- Â¬ to Introduce 100 to buy Bibles and come up in the orders of the day proba- Â¬ killed or Injured Wo have no warship there no foroo to protect our oltlzons gious reading for the charitable institu Â¬ bly tomorrow It will pass in both What will the pooplo say of usf Will thoy tions Will Houses desplto the efforts of the lobby- Â¬ not say wo havo neglected our duty thoy not hold us directly responsible for ists failure to protect our pcoplo and their The adoption of the resolution calling property f on Senator Wm Lindsay to indorse In Of the numerous game bills none has Tho unanimous answer to this question resign and been passed that is just what all parties was that the responsibility was a greater full the Chicago platform or come home was the most notable event want The newspapers over the state one than tho administration cared to as in Legislative circles last week This have been jibing the members about de sumo From tbut moment It was decided warship Into Havana as soon as It may have been a wiBe step butthe more voting so much time to game bills and to get a done without dunger ot loading could bo out of the many have been killed conservative thinkers in and to riots Fortunately Consul Goncrnl Lee had General Assembly believe It to have wcoks before warnod tho presldont that been an unfortunate mistake which can The election amendment will come up trouble might bo expected In Havana and do tho Democratic party no earthly good this week changing in atadlcal way the as a precautionary measure tho north Though Senator Lindsays position taay election law Representative Saunders Atlantic squadron had been ordered to be ever so unstable and his eyes ever so has beau warmly congratulated on the orulso In southorn waters But there was a great dlffercnco betweon having ships at purblind to the good which may result success of his Lindsay resolution He Key West and In having thorn at Havana from the free use of silver no man can didnt rest till It was adopted where marines could bo landed In case of say the corpulent Kentuckian doesnt trouble and It was to Havana tho admin- Â¬ Â¬ It makes a big difference to you wheth istration was docldod n ship could go make ajcapable representative Then the Worried Secretary Ing Senator has no small element of friends er you ask for Tutnam Fadeless Dyes or No ono felt tho responsibility of this sit Â¬ In the state and they are now antagonis Â¬ some other kind You get less for your uation moro kocnly than Secretary Long I am ed by the action of the Legislature money get colors that fade that will not He could scarcoly sleep of nights ho These loyal followers may become a stand washing and have to get a package at tho head of tho navy dopartmont any and If somo of his frlonds breakwater between the two regular for wool and one for cottpn ABk for said tahappens to Ooneral Leo or othor thing organizations ready to bring disaster to Tutnam Fadeless Dyes and you will Americans in Havana before wogotn war middle avoid all this Sold by W E Brown ship there for their protection I shall never the one which may feel tthe forglvo myself and probably I shall nover factions weight The old ruptures In Irvlrgton be forgiven by tho country healing the Democratic party were just So Mr Long who Is n good deal of a BIG SPRING over and to open anew tuese lactiouai diplomat and may somo day find hlmsolf at tho head of the stato dopartmont set to wounds can do nobody any good How work to oxerclso his wits to And a way of better a reunited party would be much Foule Williams left for his home last getting tho Malno over to Havana without be glad Sunday and even the Republicans would alarming cither tho Spaniards or tho poo Â¬ own country A good opportu plo to see this condition every few years Joel Carter living near here died hut nityof our presontcd ltsolf Tho Spanish soon as one of them said juBt to lend Inter Â¬ Thursday minister called at tho stato dopartmont to est to the political battles Into W H Duran is in Louisville purÂ¬ propose that tho United States enteras to 0 negotiations for a reciprocity treaty chasing hardware Cuban trade If the Legislature doesnt swamp itself Everything Is porfootly quiet In Ha Samuel Jacobs of Louisville was down in a mighty tide of ntw bills this session vanar asked Secretary Long who bap Itself proud In the matter of its and spent last week with II Meyer will do penod to bo present The spring was higher than it has been Terfectly replied tho minister Tho work The committees have done ex Â¬ fully ublu to cellent work in clearing the calendars for several years two or three families Spanish government Is noed havo no pre fear serve order there You of unnecessary acts and both Houses prepared to move on that score recommitted or killed every pro Â¬ objec Â¬ MisseB Etta Gross and Bessie Carlton have Then of couro there can be no posed measure which seemed Irrelevant were the guests of Miss Zlina Strotber tions on tho part of Spain to our sanding a naval vessel to that port where everything or trumped up Thus far over 250 bills last Friday night is so calm and peaoof ul and whoro you ask have been introduced in the Senate and Miss Hortense Miller has returned us to extend our trader about 175 In the House and scores ol from Cecelia where she has been visit Â¬ De Louie Was Trapped Â¬ Minister Dunuy do Lome was caught In bills are in course f preparation for pre ing relatives for several weeks a trap and ho know It In n moment Hut senting In tho two branches this week II Meyer accompanied his wife to It was too late to back out Much time has been wasted In the dis Â¬ Secretary Long Immediately went over Louisville last Sanday b e feawa on cussion oi the Lisdsay resolution and to tho Whlto House to fctxi tho president Thursday for Tampa Fla to visit ber This was at II oclock Assistant Secre talk about Beading a uoelng committee Mrs Wolf tary Day was sent for At 1130 tho order to Investigate municipal parents Mr and to Louisville steaming ta Havana timo-ktlMlas Etta Gross of Vertrees entertain Â¬ which sent tho Malno flairs but ban lag these two WM put on the telegraph wires before ed quite a number of her friends last noon Next morning tho secretary ot tho log subjects few others have come up Thursday evening Dr Strotber and navy learned that the Maine wan in Ha 0 all was qulot bo tired in wy life as I bow Gabe Ne4ow Jr of this place were vana and I wm sever time Tht night for the first cabinetIn two present mlnU m el bearlBg saea attribute Iiwas weeks prWBt and his Mr WlHtewe gate a pound party at tera W without fear thoy might be roused martUms to yartews pablic aw Ttww always 0mw11 the close f tys achea last Friday A to receive word that rioting had broken bright Mum In Havana that Americans were usual lainlta large crowd was nreaent tkose frona a outdanger with and eountry asking Why Mr Jb tfce o For lmianea a yovsg bum bUnae wereMlswM Kta Gross of Ver ire our warships a hundred miles awayr U way wy yeuK who bad rather be a dlpie teeee Banna Bass t Make Grove Whattodid we build tbesa ship for unless It protect AHMrieaa eltlsensf KMt w a pap soeker than be King said Baatto Carltea of Btevenabnrg Jarred was This was prasUety the stgntSoance of I was la Ceriton Vertreea and fttretaer Stitb the dlspitch of the Maine ta Havana In mm ysstorday wee stag to Itaolf t episode bad no other meaning Waabiattea last week ami I wet Tow f BtUs Valley But we have not yet beard tne test of tbe 1 talked wiU falm for thirty R Indptent eoHMUHptton fe mired with Cuban problem In Washington WMAMAX aalMtoa on KaaUwky politics Hasaid WAUKK InnaasaUon jr Dr Balls Hm Tar Hon 1 bav to tfevota my Udm to curio is allayed aad lb etoajrlag oi Um Innaa any dytfMpaia and dont bav OJswWTC3rUCUsL no is stopped If bra tola la asooasplianad ntomaat to watch state qoamla afiAr Urn Oat h70dtobnlthiaaatfHto drawled it oat in hia usual laiaaltoWa waps w W rsnasmjfnrsnj sr a boUte to day to MV M Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lÂ¬ Another Breakwater That Will Brlnj Dlsas Wnshlngton Jan 29 When asked for a statement regarding the action of the Kentucky legislature in asking for his resignation Senator Lindsay said I prefer not to discuss the resolu- Â¬ tion before I recelvo it I do not owo my seat In tho senate to the present Kentucky legislature and am not Its agent I represent the state of Ken tucky and not merely Its legislature I do not recognize its right to abrldgo my term of service No such power la or was conferred upon it by the con- Â¬ stitution either of the United States or the state of Kentucky I shall not announce my Intention In advance of any official notification of tho action of tho members of tho two houses who voted for tho resolu- Â¬ tion In the meantime I havo no com- Â¬ ment to make and nothing toxive out for publication Lindsays Resignation Asked For Frankfort Ky Jan CS After a hot debate the lower house of tho Ken- Â¬ tucky legislature adopted a substitute resolution offered by Representative Nelson of Hardin calling upon United States Senator William Lindsay to re- Â¬ sign If he can not support tho Chicago platform Illot at u llmkln llee Barboursvllle Ky Jan 27 News reached hero by Joe Dranscomb that on Dullskln Water Stinking creek this county at a cornhusklng at tho home of George Hawkins James Coop- Â¬ er and Brad Elmore got Into a dlsputo as to which was tho favorite with Miss Maud Garrett with whom both had been keeping company Finally the crowd proposed a duel between the two and all parties being drunk a pitched battle was the result Cooper being killed Joe Harper ajiystander received a wound in the side from which he died In two hours Elmore received wounds In the arm and leg Declared a Draw Tho 20 Louisville Ky Jan 29 round glove contest between Jim Watts champion middleweight of tho south and Lucas Slefkera well known local boxer which came oft In the are-n- of the Kentucky Athletic club was stopped by the police after 10 rounds of vicious fighting Watts forced tho fight from tho start landing at will In tho tenth round ho landed three ter- Â¬ rific upper cuts in quick succession and a knockout being imminent the pollco stopped the fight The referee decided the contest a draw An Unclaimed Cadaver Paducah Ky Jan 27 Sam P Ber Â¬ ry of Qloversvllle N Y who was written to by the undertaker In charge of the millionaire tramp James E Berry writes that ho has neither money nor property to expend for the interment of the body of his brothor Mrs Berry Is silent and tho body ot the noted tramp still remains above ground A Loulsvlllo doctor Is de- Â¬ manding the body under tho state law it being an unclaimed cadaver but tho undertaker will resist the claim it he can do bo A Mysterious Affair Owensboro Ky Jan 29 Nelson Roberts residing near Rocksprlng dis- Â¬ tillery reports that several boys told him that they saw four tramps cutting another tramp to pieces Roberts went as directed and found a man badly slashed lying on the bank of a ravine Being in a hurry to go after a physi- Â¬ cian for a member of his own family he left the man lying where found and came to the city Returning he found the body gone and no traces ot It fine Is a Terror Harrodsburg Ky Jan 27 Mrs George Smith cowblded Joseph Booth on tho street alleging thnt he had purposely turned the hose on her lit tle son as he passed his placo ot busi- Â¬ ness In court It was proved that It was an accident and sho was fined 20 and costs Mrs Smith shot a young farmer named Dean In the thigh some time ago accusing htm of insult Â¬ ing her To Ireveut a MarrUice Newport Ky Jan 28 R F Ste Â¬ vens ot Williamsburg 0 called on Judgo Brown Thursday and warned him not to Issue a license to wed for Laura B Stevens 15 his daughter and Frank Pohl 17 The young couple eloped In a buggy from Williamsburg Wednesday night Stevens also sent telegrams of warning to other Ken- Â¬ tucky authorities Harried a Hoitler Glasgow Ky Jan 27 At Tomn Mnsvllle Miss Lucy Leslie 13 daugh- ter Hon J R Leslie and niece ot ex Governor P H Leslie eloped with John Bob Garvin 20 a hostler tor Phllpots The young couple Kldwell was pursued by Radford Maxey ah nncle of th glrlf to Clementsvllte Tann but were married before he ar Â¬ rived Washington The entire Jan day was taken up with discussion ot Iho Teller silver resolution After a Night Out She Was Found Washington Jan 28 Tho entire day Frozen to Death by The was spent discussing tho Teller stiver Roadside resolution Washington Jan 29 Teller silver resolution adopted by a voto nf 17 to 32 after all amendments bad been de Â¬ It Is Thought She Became Dazed In feated The Darkness In the Home Â¬ Washington Jan 25 A lively political debate was precipitated by Mr Simpsons allusion to an alleged Inter- Â¬ Troy N Y Jan 31 Tho body of view with President McKlnlcy on the Mrs Gcorgle Connell 37 was found subject ot Immigration an the road leading over Mount Olym- Â¬ Washington Jan 26 Tho Indian pus Sho had been frozen to death It appropriation bill precipitated a polit- Â¬ Is thought that the woman who had been drinking became dazed and fell ical debate which lasted all day Into nn old Hmo pit Sho must have Washington Jan 27 Conference crawled out ot this and being too report of urgent deficiency bill adopt- Â¬ weak to go farther lay down In tho ed Postofflco deficiency discussed middle of the road where her body Washington Jan 28 Indian appro- Â¬ was found priation bill passed IT WAS AN ERROR Washington Jan 29 The bill to The Publlo Should Not TJo Eicluded pay the Book Publishing company of From a Trial tho Methodist Episcopal church south Buffalo Jan 27 Justice Titus of 288000 was passed the supreme court has Just handed down an Important decision with ref- Â¬ Had Seventeen Wives ex- Â¬ John erence to the right of a court to WllllamsburK Ky Jan 31 Honeycul alias San- Â¬ clude the public from tho hearing of a alias Johnson ders sentenced to the penitentiary for case Hall was tried In Rochester for ex- Â¬ five years glories In the fact that he go tortion and the county Judge shut out 17 women He would has married newspaper reporters and every ono Into a community announce that he the holding that the was a preacher and Immediately set but the witnesses bo done to win some fair damsel This public good required that this to work on nccount of tho disgusting nnd re- Â¬ part of his plan it rarely took him over of tho testimony a week to accomplish He would then volting nature An application was made to Justice marry her and after remaining a few Titus for a certification of reasona Â¬ days would decamp ble doubt ot the guilt the argument Women Were Ignored being made that he had been denied Albany Jan 31 Superintendent of his right to a speedy and public Public Works Aldrldgo has decided on trial Justice Titus granted tho cer- Â¬ some changes In connection with the tificate artistic work of tho grand stairway in Charred With Manslaughter tho capltol building One of the fea- Â¬ Warrants Kokomo Ind Jan 31 tures ot the stairway Is the carving of distinguished personages heads In the were issued for the arrest of Dr J caps of the columns In all the artis- Â¬ L Stevenson and Samuel Fuller lead- Â¬ In tic work the part which woman has ers of tho Christian Scientists taken in history has been overlooked Jackson township this county on They for the face of not one distinguished the charge of manslaughter are held responsible for tho deaths woman is present of a child of the former and the Landed Ills Man wife of tho latter both of whom died Sulphur Ky Jan 31 Hon Park C without receiving medical attention Smith state senator from this county FullerB wife who died last week of oa entering his barn at his homo near typhoid fever did not believe In here was shot at twlco by a negro bur- Â¬ and wanted her Christian Science glar one shot passing through his hat husband to send for a physician but arm he declined and her death was due to and one taking effect In his left Mr Smith afterward succeeded In get Â¬ neglect ting his own gun and arrested the man and landed him behind the bars of the The Tlall Heirs Organize county jail at Newcastle Indianapolis Jan 31 Tho heirs lay- Â¬ ing claim to the Ball estate of Phila Â¬ They Are All lone Chicago Jan 31 Tho last of tho delphia elected V E Ball of Brooks delegates to the recent conference of ton Ind president John Donham of mine operators and miners have left Cory Ind and William Richards of presidents E the city Nothing remains now but to Hopklnsvllle Ky vice secretary-treasurer April of this year when the W Guns Mansfield O wait until Henry B Roney Chicago assist- Â¬ agreement signed hero Is to go Into of effect to see bow many operators will ant secretary and J W Stewart Montlcello Ind A W Sloan of Media by it abide Pa M A Bender of Akron O and L Fire In Maysvllle S Ball of Ottawa Ills executive com- Â¬ Maysvllle Ky Jan 31 The Wash Â¬ mittee with J E Sutton of Logans- ington Opera Houso and the Mason port Ind historian County Library building full of rare Fits Will Not Fight books and prehistoric relics were Detroit Jan 31 Fltzslmmons nnd burned and a number ot business houses moro or less damaged The Jiltan declined to consider Corbetts final challenge Consldlne ot this city total loss will approximate 50000 who had undertaken to havo tho fight Orangemen Will Celebrate pulled oft for a purse of 25000 held Port Huron Mich Jan 31 Tho Or- Â¬ an Interview with Julian nnd Fltzslm de- Â¬ angemen of Michigan and Ontario monB with representatives of the pre38 cided to hold their annual celebration as witnesses The latter declared that on July 12 at Port Huron The mayor Corbett was no longer In Fitzsimmons H W Stevens extends an invitation class and would not bo until ho to all organizations ot Orangemen to had whipped Maher attend Stole a Fortune Fraudulent Marriage New York Jan 31 Moses Rosen Greenfield Ind Jan 31 Mrs Ida stock was arraigned In tho Center Belle Alford bride of only a week filed utraa nnllfA rnnrt nn thn rnmnlnlnt nf agalnsther husband charg- Â¬ an affidavit father-ln-laDavid Wllfson of ing htm wltn fraudulent marriage and his Baltimore as a fugitive from justice asks for 1000 damages Her husband Mr Wllfson the complainant is the deserted her and left tor parts un- Â¬ senior member of the millionaire fur known niture manufacturing firm or uaviu Morgan Is a Desperate Han Son Baltimore Rosenstock Wllfson Anderson Ind Jan 31 James Mor- Â¬ stole 75000 from the firm gan who was arrested InColumbUB O A Strike Is rrobable once authorities for the Kansas Benwood W Va Jan 31 It Is slipped the handcuffs from his wrists may be look- Â¬ here took a revolver and requisition thought that a big strike ed for at the Wheeling Iron and Steel papers from the officer and escaped companys works The company last Youne Otrl Kidnaped week gave Its employes notice of a re- Â¬ Agatha duction ot from 10 to 30 per cent In Evansvllle Ind Jan 31 Lltherland 13 says she was kidnaped wages after Feb 21 Tho mill men In Mount Carrael Ills by two boys met and rejected the proposed new named Goodwin and taken to Prince- Â¬ scale A strike affecting 800 men is ton Ind probable Four Are Dead Against Corbett Bangor Me Jan 31 Four persons Washington Jan 27 The report of are dead and 30 are suffering from the majority of the senate committee wounds recclved in a disaster on the on privileges and elections in the Cor- Â¬ Malno Central rail road nearOrono Me bett case was presented to the senate The commltteo by Senator Caffery Here Is Klondike Weather The mercury recommended that Mr Corbett bo not Raratora Jan 31 dropped to 29 degrees below zero here given a seat in the senate and In a number of surrounding towns averaged from 32 to 31 below w POWDER Absolutely Pure ROYAL SAKINO POWDM CO NEW YORK The Democrat Wins 27 Tho house contest committee in tho caso of Ber Â¬ tram versus Powers agreed by a strict- Â¬ ly party vot vO to 2 to report In favor He is a DemoÂ¬ of seating Bertram Frankfort Ky Jan crat Merry Sentenced tit llnng Chicago Jan 31 Chris Merry the peddler recently convicted of beating and choking to death his wife Pauline Merry was sentenced in Judge Hor tons court to bo hanged on Feb 18 Internal Iteienue Itecelpts Washington Jan 27 The monthly statement ot the collections of Internal revenue shows the total receipts for December to havo been 14373682 a gain for the month of 1107520 Kx Gotcriior 1liiUled Dead Bangor Me Jan 31 Ex Governor Harris M Plalsted died at 155 a m of brights disease Admiral limine Dead Rear Admiral New York Jan 31 Daniel Lawrence llralno died In Brook- Â¬ lyn MARKET REPORTS Grain and Stock Quotations For Jan O New York 10 007711 CO extra mess Ilecf Family 0 OOiiO CO packed fS rKt CO Cvt meats lirkled bellies Ci0c pickled shoulders iPYtC Lard West IWlCe lilckled liain 1orU Old mess fS 50 j 00 ern steam 1 Â¬ IH cream lSftSOc ery uyiiMe do factory lUUCc Cheese OWSOViCj small large 8JS74c State part sklniM IiMo full skims 3 ftic Fgt State and Pennsylvania 20Q22c western fresh 20c 1 OS Corn OGftc Oats 20c Wlieit Kye OCftc llutter Western dnlry Â¬ Flttsburg 3 708 fair 4 111 heifers 3 10 i4 40 common 3 jit 40 bulls KtUKH aud cows 2 0033 70 cows 20lC0 fresh 3 pVH4 05 Hogs Yorkers mediums fair 3 85 grassers J3 40ft J3 H5ifi4 00 3 45 heavy 3 7U3 85 rough 2 253 40 I OOJJC CO 4 Cnttle Choice 80 tidy butchers good fi 4rI4 SZSili 75 CO 3 Oit3 80 plg 4 701J4 80 good Sheei Choice common l 2Vd4 50 4 70 fair 5 U5 00 4 00 lambs 14 CO 3 CCj Chicago 1 7ru5 CO cows and Cattle Ileeves 3 5054 heifers ti 0044 30 Texas steers 4 00U4 80 Blockers and 4 25 westerns 3 COi4 Ik feeders lings Light Ur3HTW mediums 4 00 3 HXfJ 3 85Cj3 05 rough l4 IC heavy 3 3 Sheep 4 80 4 10 nnd Iambs Choice sheep 4 -- MM 40 common fair exports 3 00 choice lambs 1 4 3 2yiJ 70fl 5 7M 0 00 Itye Wheat liWc 08 Corn 2714c Oats 23V4c IlufTnlo shipping 5 lOftS 23 Cattle Ilutchers 4 8543 10 good 4 7Vi t 85 best steers cows and heirerx 3 23Q3 00 stackers and feeders 3 25iii4 10 4 WH 10 roughs com Hogs Yorkers 3 kVij3 00 mediums and mon to good 3 80Q3 00 heavies 3 02H pig 4 05fJ Sheep nnd Ijnmbs Sheep extra common good prime J3 00fjO 15 4 00 5 OOird 00 f2 GIKU3 75 choice lambs Cleveland 3 00 Hogs Yorkers nnd light medi 3 CO stags and rough ums nml lieuvles f2 50713 10 2 C0Q4 SO Sheep and Iambs Sheep lambs ft OOifS 75 t 73ft4 CO heifers 3 00 Cattle Steers 03 10 cows nnd 1HU 2 0O3 40 Cincinnati Corn No 3 Wheat No 2 red 07o mixed 2014c Oats No 2 mixed 20c Itye Â¬ 40c Lanl -- J5 iX Uogs Sheep Wool 4 70 Hulk meats 10 75 4 07W- - Bacon 75 3 lOftn 3 Cuttle 2 T3a 234 Huston X and above 207327c XX and above 2tI30c delaine 30Q31e No 1 ci mblng 30fl31tf No 2 combing 30c Toledo Wheat-07-- tfc Corn 20ef Oats 23i4c Hye --40c Cloversccd 13 22 Ohio fleeces llaltliuore rresb Butter luncy 18c creamery 22c ESfs SHBjl F3y6S JLU4k mms j2s 3Vay Vjrffi tevev CoV t JTLkr L UjJLwKvi Uafc jJWl lSM W Tills r ai otaaBMi u ead WTVta flOWim BftTW I k nadtlMMiM Apply Into the nostrils It U quickly absorbed W cents st Dnnrglsts or by tnsll samples 10c by man 64 Wsrrcn bv New York City XLY BUOT11EUS 7ii CaXcftftv ssssffmK i et ot Police Janssen has decided ta put a stop to all boxing contests in this city In the future i H 9 More Boxloc Milwaukee Jan 31 Chief Going to Build or Repair Write riisxsss3Sf J P Will CO Xr Murdered HU Wife 5K Croix Ind Jan 27 Jehn Casey f9 beat his wife ta death with a poker a4 j kt w dHb Ouaraateed VMS sttM Mtf Wobaeeo nw fa JTMtr Casta habit eure mkm Ma It AUtrafalaia 2T Louisville Ky For Price on Lumber Doors Sash and They Blinds Shingles Steel Roofing will aaye you money THEl BRROKRNRIDQH after Circuit Ccurt If you want a flint class photograph come now and dont watt for a clear day I make pictures in fa S 4 V 0 BaHftgt Edlteri tad Froprletra cloudy Wf nther as well as clear weather W J Mattlngly WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 2 1KR Mrs Tom Cox died Middently at her home near Antloeh church last Friday Mrs Cox was formerly the evenlrg widow Meador and tho and bet present husband had only been married a few TiiKitE ia a rail or the Democratic was quitt u shock County Committee to meet at llaidlni monhs Her death to friends In her neighborhood where burg on Monday Feb 14 sho was looked upon as a most istlma ble christian lady Owensboro In the Federal Court at Some of the brys around hero are fix txpoetmaster 0 A Wand of lewls-Â¬ fined 1600 for Issuing ing for the blgist fox hunt on Februbuig Ky waa ary 22 Washingtons birthday that was fraudlent money orders ever had in the county The limit will Tiik Republican party talks a great take place in Buffalo Wallow just be deal about reforming the currency but yond llained Station near the farm of Moorman This point it is all talk with them Thry are slow the widow Henry acres of woode aud Is anything except thu dlstrlbu lias five hundred to act on tlon of the c filets These are given out broken by numerous hollows and it is said there are any number of foxes there like hot cakes Tho open fields surroundlrg It will gvo Bradlky Is a bright young woman the hunters a fine chance to view the Miss and therefore will use water in christen chase and ei iy tho sport The party ing the bjttUstitu Kentucky She knows will be made up of Chris Ahl Richard eno nenuricK uy jiiiaru oneiiman that if she should waste that amount BigNLFrank Greenwell Sam Brnrd Lafo Mil would spoil ht r father god whisky it ler Will Jarboe and many others presidential boom Tnere will be about forty dos to start on the tin Whkn the Senator from Colorado sees his wife he will probably Teller that he bRANDENBURG is sorry he walked out of the St Liuls Convention and still more soiry that his Friday ng t was the first Literary we resolution was kicked out of the Con- Â¬ had had for sometime vention of American Congressmen Henry Nevitt is at home from Louis- Â¬ Senator Linday doesnt havo much ville Medical Collego suffering from la to say about the legislature calling upon grippe Claude Hardin alwajs brings down him to resgn This is an evidence that Lindsay feels quite able to attend to the house when he has a speech at the Mr his own business regardless of the mem Literary The spring term of Brandenburg Nor Â¬ bers of the Kentucky Legislature mal opened this wetk with a good at That little war talk we had last week tendence and more to follow Circuit Court week has expired and it didnt amount to much War ships of diOeaent nations are moving out in was unusually dull BaJ road kept Cuban waters but there is no immediate people from town and the docket was danger of wat Uncle Sam Is going to light Boss McGehee is handling the yard Â¬ keep mighty low and not fight until the stick at J D Rchans na and would be thing Is forced a fine addition at a measuring party Wat Hardins lriends assert that he We are gad to have Boss one of us Usually my letters will pass muster will be the contending man in the next race for the Democratic nomination for for spelling but Mr Proof Ueaderwhero Governor and that his followlt g now is did you gut the word disconcernlng almost strong enough to win it for him Who coined it And please double my Though there is Bill Ellis and WJ ms In accommodate Stoneboth personally popular and gen Â¬ Mis Charlie Moremen passed down uine good Democrats on the Buckeye Stato with her husband who is first cleik enroute to New Miss CmsTiNK Bradlky has announcOrleans In a letter from Baton Rjuge ed that she will not christen the battle she reports a most delightful trip ship Kentucky by breaking a bottle of Society is fair in payments It whsky on tho oicasion Her idea is to giveB value for value its received alwajs institute a bottle of pure spring water Dont take it for granted that you are taken from some noted spring in the slighted when no slight is intended state instead and Bhe is to have her way cultivate the dlspcstlon it creates is to be commended for Dout about it She much uuhappinejs her good sense A wealthy gentleman and his wife President McKinlky recently made a have applied for little Lilly age sx at sounc money speech in New York which the Lucille Home Two older sisters gladdened the heart of his old friend are at the Homo to whom the little one Mr Hanna is not so is much attached aud from whom she Mark Hanna much Interested In the currency though objfcta to being parted but it is best for as he is In managing the rilices and giv Â¬ her future good ing directions to the President as how to Uev Phillip preached two excellent distribute them This is first and the sermons last Sunday The ladies of the Â¬ one thing needful among all Republi Baptist church are making an effort to cans They do look after the ofiics and re paper their church aud get a new get just what they go after carpet Let us have a caudy pulling in the near future Lot us too get a good nass fleeting program on literary uightcharge a small A mafs meeting of the Peoples party admittance and thus help these good of Breckenridge county is hereby called women NEfiWTB OLvOVKLKPOH GUSTON Prof Jim Simpson of Big Springs was here last week visiting his relatives Miss Belle Pollock was quite ill last Friday and had two physicians to attend her Mrs Charley Redman of Iivlngton visited her parents last w elr near this place Mis Slg Loch and tittle son Amtnl re-Â¬ turned last Monday from a vUit to Vine Giove Miss Bertha L Woolfolk of East St lotilft Is visiting Ii ir graud father R J Patteson David Henry Jr our giulal Meade county dtummcr boy was in town last week on buslnesi Capt Charley Caspeike tin Branden burg Telephone man ws putting In our town last Friday phouFb Cliarlfy Is a hustler from away back and Is a nice all around young man Mr Wash Coleman tho oldest miller that is now on Djb Run creek slipped in the milt racs the other day and had it not baen for the timely assistance of two mon who alto came very near losing their lives u icle Wash most certainly would hayo been drowned Boys you who dodgnl the Circuit Court In Brandenburg last woek woul- Â¬ dnt it be better to live in the future so that when court convenes next time that you could meet the constable slit riff or any other man Hying and not even tiduk about dodging or flinching Try it and see if you wont feel bettor Ono of the wind storms of last week blew the frame of the new Catholic church oil its foundation that is now under erection at Mount Merino It al- Â¬ so blew two stock cats up the side track onto tho main track and if it had beon at night it would have caused a wreck The railroad people are not always to blame for breaks rot being ret on cars on side tracks for idle boys frequently play brakemen on top of side tracked cars and leavo the breaks off when they are through playing On last Saturday night our trustees very willingly and gratuitously turned over to the colored people our school house for the purposa of having a con- Â¬ cert Our white people turned out very liberally and attended said concert and lo as usual at colored gatherings when the play was about two thirds over a row was created and pistols began to shine before the footlights foam went out doors others made their exit through Now I believe in helping windows the colored people in bettering their condition in every way possible but un- Â¬ til the better class of colored peoplo can devise means of preventing the Hood- Â¬ lum class fiom breaking up their enter Â¬ tainments I am opposed to turning over white Echool houses for coon entertain Â¬ ments Â¬ KY Breckinridge News LONG BRANCH A Ditto Jr was in Brandenbu g Thuislay Mr Wm Ditto was in Louisville sever Â¬ al days last week Mrs Clias Crawford who has been 111 SIX PAGES A When What docs A stand for eomo friend suggests that your blood neods A sarsaparilla treat Â¬ ment remember that A stands for AYERS Tho first letter in tho alphabet stands for tho first of sarsaparillaa first in origin first in record first in tho favor of tho family For nearly half a contury I A improving slowly Charlton fi Ditto enter d the Bran Â¬ denburg Normal Monday Miss Eleanor B Hetidrlck will open a private school at this place Monday Mr L 1 Berrymau of Sirocco visited friends at this place several days last Is RARE I Opportunity Closing Out week Mrs T E Jiukens Louisville spent last week with her mother Mra W C Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tomeetatthecourthouseinllardlnsburg Feb 14 1898 for the purpose of electing executive committee for the ensuing ytar and electing delegUes to the State Con- Â¬ vention This Is the first day of Circuit Court All who are in favor of reform are invited to attend It II McMullin Cli P P B l HARDINSBURG L HW TIME TABLE eomo 727 am Paiaenxer Dally arr Ilardinibarg OOIRO TUT Paiianntr Dally arr llardlniburgllS5 pm hit v Judg Ahl and wife visited Cloverport last Friday John Alexander of Buras wasin town last Friday Mrs KHz I Taylor of Rosetta was vis iting here a few das last week Frank Haswell and Sam Board came up from Cloverport last Sunday Miss Nannie Lee Jolly of Irvington has been visiting Miss Ada Beard Eli II Dean and Jesse Moorman of Glendeane were in town Saturday Dr Milton Board came down from Louisville last Saturday to visit his fam ily Oomp Henderson of Webster was here last Saturday attending quarterly meeting Charley OeVi Is improvlig the old Sam Bland farm down on the pike con Â¬ siderably Milton Coke moved his family he e last week from Jolly Station Mr Coke will ener the B N college The heavy wind of a few days ago tcok on a part of the roof of the M K church South G W Beard had it repaired The Quarterly Conference of the M E church South held here last Satur- Â¬ day licensed H A Beard aa an exhorter Miss Owing of Wolf Creek Meade county is visiting Mlaa Tula 0 Daniel MlaaOwingsia very earnest In church work Henry Harned has rented out his farm and moved to town He comes to town Causes fully half to slckncsj In the world It to give his children the bent II of the retains the lUgested food too long in the bowels torpid liver Indl- and produces biliousness schools Rev W F Hogard came last week from Highway Ky and misted In the protracted meeting at the M E church South 2it oil bod Use coated sJewe Whltworth received a letter from tuiiifUD ck headache In- - HpMb W k J Stone lat week la which the lat jomiila etc Hoods 1111 m 1 1 I g tor eUted that he wm a candidate for cure comupatlon 1 all Its reiulueasllyand thoroughly ZJcAlldruggUU Governor Prepared by a I Hood ft Co Lowell Mam have ooncul d tu r main h r until TIm only rule to take with Hoods BamparUU Â¬ List Friday night at tho Literary Mr Burton made a most earnest appeal to the parents of this community to keep their children in school He certainly made mof t generotn and most reasona Â¬ ble propositions Mr Burto i is a pro- Â¬ fessional teacher his whole soul is in the cause of education He is a Chris Â¬ tian gentlemiu as well Mr Eugeno Hardesty who has taught here for several years will continue as assistant Mls Mona Prico has charge of the primary room It is beneath the dignity of any set of lawmakers to treat any gmtloman as tho present August Body has Senator Lindsty by asking him to resigi Chiun says tho traitors have been tiivlel for negroes and they dout want to tiade back Such a speech n llcts in shame upon the fair name of this old Common Â¬ wealth and from a son of her soil and from one purporting to be a gentleman i certainly wouiu auvlse all young men to eschew a political career if it leads to blind partisan feelings and supreme selfishness with lack of consideration for others Lagnlapp Pepper and Salt Odds and Ends by a Dishing kodak In last Issue of this paper by E C Babbrg city editor formed about the nowsiett calumu Ive read for sometime and I am more than glad to unto that our enterprising young editor has had occasion to fl e to the BH1h for ii for- Â¬ deluges mation as regards 11 rods aud that he has discovered that Noahs 11 od did date tho hgiest mark the same as two of this century and that he has Imputed said discovery to his readers It is Indeed quite a coincidence What is the significance Tliat February was a good month for plenty of water fien as now Theres nothing new under all the sun This same city editor is au fait In getting up locals gaore of a rucy order as well aa gttlng in items of our big river at present an Interesting topic Mav our youg friend emerge journalist a veritable into a full chip off the old block Â¬ Constipation ES all Hoods a McGehee Mrs William Ditto has returned home after a most delightful visit to relatives in Loulsvlllr Edd Hall of the L II St L R R was here last Wednesday inspecting the Doe Run trestle Brown Lowes saw mill has been re Â¬ has been curing all forms of blood moved from Wm Dittos firm to that of diseases scrofula eczema totter W Hendricks 0 rheumatism erysipelas blood poi- Â¬ Mr aud Mrs W D Howard Branden Â¬ soning etc Theres a book about burg visited Mr and Mrs J K Ditto Ayers Curobook a these cures a few da a last week story of cures told by tho cured Miss Maltle McGehee Is in Loulsrlllo which is Bent freo on request by to spend several weeks with her sister Dr J C Ayer Lowell Mas3 Tho Mrs J Stuart Pchenpaugli book will interest you if you aro Misi Eleanor B Hendrick had a very sick or weak becauso it tolls not pleasant visit 1 st week with her frieud what it is claimed tho remedy will Miss Frances Phillips Brandenbu g do but what your neighbors and Miss Pearl L Foushee has returned to follows testify that it has done her home near Guston after a very pleas Will it euro you It has cured ant visit to her relative of this place thousands liko you Why not you Dr Geo N Little a very prominent dentist of Corydon Iud parsed through here one day laBt week enroute to Louis- Â¬ IRVINGTON ville E T Ogle of Franklin Ind was here Rev Hogard spent Tuesday night with several days last week taking up a lot Mr A B Coleman of lumber which he had purchased from Miss Willa B Drury is with her sister Brown Lowe Charlton E Ditto went to Bianden Mrs R B McGlothlan Miss Jen Hardin from Brandenburg butg Thursday to pass the examination for the completion of the common school is with Mrs Bate Herndon and family Mrs Miller from Hardlnsburg spent branches We wish him success Misses Eeanor Hendrick Pearl a few days witli Mrs Wathen last week Foushee Messrs W A Bewley 0 E Mlrs Rosa Moorman and sister from Ditto and J H Hendrick went to West Cloverport are visiting Miss Ellon Mc- Â¬ Point last Tuesday on the Str Tell City Gehee Georgo Willett a very promising mer- Â¬ The recent changes in the weather chant of Topeka Kans arrived at this have been productive of much eickuess place last Thursday enroute to Buck of a serious nature Grove to visit his father who It very Miss Maude Auklsson an efficient ill music teacher from Guston is trying to This place cannot be beaten for poul- organize a music class try raising Ten doz3n hens shipped Tho new woman has sturck us at from here last week by two of our wor last For further information I lefer thy ladlt sand by the way a certain you to Mits Lily McG young lady of this place will soon have Mrs Gardner and Limar have return- Â¬ pigeons for sale ed from a nice long visit to relatives at C W Hendrick shipped a car load their old home and in Louisville each of corn and oats S II Duoley sev- Â¬ Richard Herndon ha recovered from eral tons of hay W C McGhee several hundred bushels of corn and Wm Ditto his recent illness and with the excpiou several head of stock as a lot of corn of looking pale seems much his former self from here to Louisville last week A certain young man has been so long Dr Boggess was callod in consultation In tills community and it takes such an with Df Moorman to see little Julia immense dally supply of eatables drink- Lyons who is critically ill with pneu- Â¬ ables etc for his own special benefit monia that a particular friend of his was com- Â¬ Dont forget to come to prayer meeting pelled to older a supply from foreign Wednes lay night Brothers Lewis and ports Coleman make excellent leaders and W A Bewley closed a very ruccessful good meetings are the result term of school at this place January 28 Miese3 Lsna Smmons and Lida Mcwith recitations by the pupils Mr Gehee and Master Wilt Wimp pupils Bewley gave his pupils a nice treat and from other districts are attending the also preiums John Hendrick aud John spring term of the Iryington school being tho lucky ones He gained Keiley Nannlo Lee Jolly went to Hardlnsbug many friends while in this community with Brother Overton to attend quarterly who regretted having to lose bun He returned to his home near H ghland and meeting and visit little friends and rela- Â¬ after a short vacation will enter the tives She had a most pleasant visit Tho hard wind of last Tuesday bew Brandenburg Normal down tho frame of the new Catholic 1 most certainly sanction the article on gossiping written by my friend Mrs church undsr construitlon causing a 0 S G There is quite a great deal serious inconvenience and expense to really more than any ouo would think the contractor Mr Bramletts originates from gossiping and frequently R M Jolly cam j hotna on important thlngi that are committed are exagger- Â¬ business Saturday night returning Sun Â¬ ated wonderfully and is often the cause day night Now plea io dont get scared of the innoceut being wrongly judged and forget my last weeks admoniticn He for the crimes that the unjust have com Â¬ does not mits a single sitting of that mitted through gossiping The people august b dy being able to make con- Â¬ who try to make the most ardent display nection between Saturday night and of their wealth aro Invariably the ones Monday a in who have the least means Money is at McQUADY all times acceptable and a most excel- Â¬ lent thing In its place but not often does it alone contribute a suflblency to L C Taul Tar Fork was here Satur- Â¬ make ones happiness supreme day Miss Nellie Crews is sick at this writ Â¬ STEPHENSPORT ing W L Frank went to Balltowu last The river has given us possession of week tho streets again W C Duncan haa two very sick chil- Â¬ Bro OundifT filled hie regular appoint dren ment at the M E church Sunday T J MiQaady has moved back to his farm near this place Miss Daisy Wellington of Union Star is visiting her aunt Mrs 0 H Watling 0 B Pate and T N Brlckey Matting ton ly were here Saturday on business Mrs Len Adkisslon of Kansas is vis Tho Katie killed one of Clias MIngus King her sister Mrs G W Payne this horses on her last trip over this road week Ln Pate and family Kirk were vlsl Mr Murry Parr was called to Union ing friends aud relatives here last week Star Sunday to attend the funeral of Mr Jas L Mason Mattlngly was vlsillrg Irundy Parr bis aunt Mis Jas B Pate last wee Mfea Emma Mosul ey begins a spring Mrs Amelia Bryan aud son will culschool hero this morning We wish tivate a part of hi farm of T J Mc her great buccess Quady this year RiV Winchell of Hawesvllle will J W Pate returned home Saturday preach at the Baptist church on the 2nd from Owensboro where he has been Sunday in February serving on the United States petit jury Miss Mltta McCubbins returned from yEd Hook Tar Forks handsome young Mr Jabe Haynes where she Is teach- Â¬ pedagogue passed through our town ing music she came to meet her broth Â¬ Sunday enroute to his home in Hardlns Â¬ er and will return in a few days burg L B McCubbins haa returned from yaa F Mason returned home last week Garfield where he has been teaching from Texas where he haa been for the for the past year visiting his son Albert Mason the young Idea how to shoot put five months He leava Thursday and family Mr Maeon seemed glad to for Hardlnsburg to study telegraphy see his native home and waa warmly welcome by his many friends Token of tho SeasoH We were sorry indeed to lose Mr and Tho bwers that bloom in the spring Mrs Milton Coke who departed for Har- Â¬ tM la can be found growing at the home dlnsburg last Friday In which place of Mrs Tom Watkins That aeeoaiplish they will make their home for the pre Â¬ ed lady is the possessor of a beautiful sent Hope we may have them back be J of sweet violets and she U pfallan sext fill for we can ill afford to lose throplcly glying them to all who call and each good neighbors and besides we desire them want Mr Coke to teach our school next Ayers Sarsaparilla Entire Stock Great Values At cost And Many Things Below cost Dont let This pass W H BOIMi Cloverport Ky Â¬ 0 J 4V VBf Â¬ Of a number of the public who could not attend Â¬ our Great Bargain Sale during the last three weeks on account of the inclemency of the weather we will continue to offer our entire Clothing Stock at the same prices as quoted in our former ad 500 Overcoats or Suits WORTH FROM 800 Overcoats or Suits 750 TO 1400 These are genuine bargains and you are the loser if you dont avail yourself of the opportunity Only a limited number of Shoes Come and get a pair of Ladies Glove Grain Shoes at left for women at WORTH FULLY 150 ONE-PRiCE-STOR- E CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY missed a rare literary treat indeed Mrs Coke kindly loaned her 01 gin for the oc-Â¬ casion and give us some delightful mu Â¬ sic A very interesting talk by Mr Ojke was first on the programme This Wis followed by recitations dialogu t etc most ablely presented by the pupils The stories of historical events prepared AND SOWS by the older pupils were especially good HyJ IlSanderi Chief Itrllllant Vn Dee Anility DortcyU CUnde IIIdeitretcveri DlllyCornin and all acquitted themselves with honor 2i and Corwln Piince BRED TO Acxlti Far Price Di LrokMe Orer elc Sorerat are thaw t themselves and teacher Owing to towa weighing much u 375 pound i u ifavorable state of weather there waa Aa to quality If taken at once A7CJTS FROM TO not a large audleaw but those who were present were amply repaid for a I alio hae aome Morgan Siatioai marea and tota Myacnual lttlo discoafort 15 Poland China YEARLING SPRING FOR SALE S5 930 COMBINATION SALE OF HORSES Will be helcf week la April at my farm the first Eatrles eelved now Write for trwi ofsile etS GLENDEANE sill J I will piy cash for produce and will aa cheap aa any one lu the county H Brown Lowest shipping rates by rail or river from Louisville ADDRK L L DORSEY ANCHORAGE KY MNd at hosaa wO- 110 okofaai UouUfsaMt KWclUV1UE 1MH VMiUcer HeUM When you write mention hU paper N SYRUP OURCS OOMSTJPATIOt j DR eALDWCLLS fall Again I will opes out with a fall Use Thoee who failed to attend the closing of good at ny old stand in GUndeaae--- J exercljee of onr school la4 Tuesday II Biowna NYRUPINDlfcBSTION Hi OUfttt DR OALBWELUS npiiiM a4 Owl Pltn SJM t J - tBreckenridge TM1 News He had made up his mind after the toll of a weeks labor to spend a few hours pleasantly over there talking to a pretty blue eyed girl A skiff was engaged and BRROKRNRIDGR NRS GLOVRRPORT KY 2 3 WEDNESDAY FEBKUARY 2 18F 8 LAQNIAPPE Pepper And Salt i J Thrown in to Season the ReadingPeople You Meet Every Day Odds And Ends Caught by Our Flash I Llglit Kodak When the Least Expected FACTS AND FANCIES Art The art crazi has struck Clover- - port with a vengeance and Gibson bids fair to come under the wire first as the favorite It is all rlg it to cultivate art but it is well to remember that profitable crops cannot be produced on sterile soil As pretty as a picture as a saying old and appropriate But who ever saw any Â¬ thing as pretty as a picture except a girl Nearly all pictures turn out like Smith Duncans picture When Smith was a dude he saw a picture of a Sunday school picnic and the green gross and gamboling lambs and moss covered rocks and coal rippling brooks and dense shades made him long to go to one So bo joined the class two days before the next pig nig and when the time came he dressed to kill and carried a banner wearing the Inscription God Save Our Country four miles through the dust and heat Smith being a now member they made him do the work Tne lambs werent gamboliDg any that day or else Smith was barred from the game The rolling stone had gathered no moss the brooks had quit the rippling business the green graes was sunburnt and the dense shades were two miles further on in the next valley there were wiggle tails in the barrel of water and no handle on tho tin cup the seed ticks and chiggers had assembled at the same place to have a picnic of their own and Smith gave up in dispalr Finally a young lady asked him to get her a Btuffed egg and a pickle and in his hurried gallantry our hero stepped in the middle of a custard pie and he hasnt been back since Da Simons relates a peculiar falson story which occurred last Monday on tho Bjwllug Green road His attention was attracted by the sudden attacks of a large and strangely colored hawk which darted every f jw seconds into the limbs of an apple tree which stood alone in a field a few rods fiom a rail fence Tne doctors curiosity was soon aroused and he stopped to see what mister hawk was after he had not long to wait for soon he saw a grey iquirrel run down the tree and scamper to the fence near him with the hawk hot in pursuit The squirrel saved ip life by clearly outwitting the At each onslaught from the hawk caunibal tho squirrel would dart through the fence and wait until the bird came on bis side when lie would reverse his position known out- Â¬ side of Cloyerport but it is the fact while her millionairts cant be counted num- Â¬ erously still they abound within her borders but this is not the story the writer endeavors to relate On last Tues Â¬ day night and youll remember what a dreadful and gloomy night it was every moment was looked forward to for a cyclono There congregated around social James D Pace Jr sleeping quart- Â¬ ers which is connected to his tobacco factory i lot of unknown persons evident ly for the purpose of scaring htm A bell bad been placed above his room and clapped contiuously for an hour This noise aroused him from his slumbers and he anxious to find out the cause went to the doorand opened it as soon as he did so numerous reports from a 32 caliber Wesson passed his ear This Smith Mr Pace could not stand aud immediate- Â¬ ly closed the doo went to his resting chair and there remained until morning Â¬ V Fbiohtkned V Possibly not many Brecken- Â¬ ridge county attorneys stands Hal 0 Murray Wnile yet young he has won a mark for himself in many important legal transactions lie Is connected with bis father under the firm name of Murray Murray Hal or rather Old Soldier as the bo s call him has another trait which Is commendable to him it being hisgood heartedness amiable disposition and a general allround good fellow KipwiiKB In every venturous mi ml their exists a desire to secure means or transportation to the noted Klondike That beautiful strong colored inital has Thny a drawing qualliy for everyone love to hear It jingle in their pockets This is the attraction andforthennnro to secure wealth without toll There are many here who have that deelre aud their aspirations are increasing daily ever was a town badly in neeJ of water w rks it Is Cloverport They can never be secured Not unless all hands work together until a con filtration takes place and completely wipes out the town will more interest be taken There have been Arcs but the loss did not go up Into the thouv Water works reduces insurance and and is a great protection Tlw site Is tha best of any town extant and the txt of erection is small Wake up good people awl lets have em Murray V Aimng our V Watkr works V there If pmot blht Rohanck Before the Ohio reached lU a eertalH young iMRMt living la this gMWAa boy who bad dty but a abort time bMMM infatuated with hmdnowT yoang lady living in tbtfcrtU bottewa of Ua Wmnrtfr Starvation In Cuba Secretary Sherman has issued his third appeal to the American public in behalf of the starving Cubans and again having a fascinating blonde on this side calls attention to the urgent necessity of the water ho asked her to go Of for immediato relief as follows course she was perfectly delighted At To the Public noon Sunday he went to this young girls The undersigned Secretary of State ot home and they were soon off for their the United States had the honor on the Known to all destination When the river had been IMth of December to makeof this country charitably disposed people r ached they entered the boat The the appeal of the President for aid in question whether he was an oarsman the form of money or supplier toward never occurred to her to ask All went tho speedy relief ol the distressing desti Â¬ among off nicely until the middle of the river tution and suffering which exists the people of Cuba had been reach d Suddenly the river The gratifying Interest which his began to get somewhat rough and this countrymen have shown in all parts of young germ in was in a dllemmait being our land in that humane appeal has led need of the President to recognize his first experience upon the water and ordorly and concerted effort the under well he didnt know what was the proper directed control if timely assistance is to course to pursue Ho jumped up from be given by the public to the sick and his scat aud ran towards the stern of tha netdy in Cuba It will be tho oflko of the committee boat In so doing ho fell and went head so organlzid not only to receive and for Â¬ long into the water Had the river been ward t the United States Consul-Goner-otherwise than warm be would have at Havana such monoy and necessary He managed to catch supplies as may bo contributed by the frozen to death hold of the boat but could not get back people of the United Statesbut to invoke and through the throe in its to his former place and his elegant com- Â¬ great own name fitly represents the coninterests it panion was so delicate that she could current effort of local relief boards not render him any assistance This was throughout the United States and to awful she was virtually left alone in the invite the kindly aid of the tranBportion country for the prompt agencies of boat the wind was getting intense and conveyance the contributed supplies to the of Finally seaboard and their Bhipment thence to either side was eagerly sought she was instilled with an over supply of Cuba The Consul General at Havana is in courage and all of her offorta were put turn assured of the effective co forth The Indiana shoro was reached of every available agency in theoperation island of about sun down and this brave hero was Cuba in order that life may be saved and still clinging to tho boat but the Indiana suffering spared The Spanish Govern- Â¬ girl didnt get to chat with hor beau that ment welcoming the aid thus tendered facilitate the work and to that end Sunday Alter an hour of drying out will admit into Cuba free of duties and will attempt was made for this side another charges all articles otherwise liable to and they did come in safely K 0 B tax when duly consigned to the Consul General By direction of tho President the Something To Know undersigned appeals to the people in It may be worth something to know every city and town to the municipal boards that the very best medicine for restoring authorities thereof and the local corporatransportation to the tired out nervous system to a heal Â¬ of trade and tions and others producing the necessities thy vigor is Electric Bitters This medi- Â¬ of life and to all whose hearts are open cine is purely vegetable acts by giving to the cry of distress and e Miction to tone to the nerve centres in tho stomach second the generous effort now being and by well directed endeavor gently stimulates the Liver and Kidneys made its success truly responsive to the make organs in throwing off im- Â¬ sentiments of charity that have over and aids these purities in the blood Electric Bitters characterize the American people John Sherman Secretary of State improve the appetite aids digestion and The Governor of Kentucky has like- Â¬ is pronounced by those who have tried it as the very best blood purifier and wise made an appeal of the same nature nerve tonic Try it Sold for 50c or and has appointed W G Coldewoy of 100 per bottle at Short Haynes Drug Louisville Ky as Chairman of the Relief Committee for Kentucky to store whom funds or supplies may be sent properly marked Cuban Relief Fund Hark Twains Yell Nashville Banner Mark Twain when Such funds or supplies will be promptly starting on a tour round the world told forwarded to the Central Relief Commit- Â¬ an Interviewer at Winnipeg how he tee at New York and through such often felt a desire to cut loose from Committee be properly distributed where civilization and g t away by himself most needed throughout the island of where he could run and yell to his Cuba and to which end the transporta- Â¬ hearts content In this connection there tion companies have offered their facili- Â¬ is a story about the humorist and Canon ties free and the Spanish and Cuban Walking along the streets governments will lend every aid Kingsloy one day Mark felt the impulse to yell To Consumptives coming on him with irresistible force I want to yell 1 and said to Kingsloy As an honest remedy Foleys Honey All and Tar does not hold out ialse hopes in The canon said must yell I And advanced stages but truthfully claims to right yell away I dont mind with that said Mark I stepped back a give comfort and relief In the vory worst few steps and throwing my arms above cases and in eaily stages to effect a cure my head let out a war whoop that could A R Fisher Cloverport R A Shell be heard for miles and in It si tinio than man Stcphensport Gordon Haynes you could count ten Canon Kingaley and Patesvllle E A Witt Hardinsburg myself were surrounded by a multitude ni Ono lloe of anxious citizens who wanted to know Curses on tho boy I cried tho heavy what was the matter I just wanted to Ho stands between mo and a villain yell and had yelled splendid inheritance Too bad I Too bad I returned tho as Fatality of Group sistant villain I supposo you wouldnt Statistics show that thousands of in want to Oh it wouldnt do nt all said fants and children die yearly of mem- Â¬ braneous croup We do not exaggerate tho heavy villain with tho usual villain ous Id bo suspected at when we state that every one ot these onco exclamations should happen to him if anything innocents could have been saved bad Then but ono hopo of getting rid of Foleys Honey and Tar been given them him remains assorted tho assistant in time Can you afford to be without it villain You must get his father to A R Fisher Clov- Â¬ tako n houso on tho lino of a trolloy in your househol t Chicago Post road erport U A Shellman StepbenBport Haynes Patesvllle E A Gordon The Most Fata Disease Witt Hardlnsburg It is not generally known that more Says Candles Wont Burn In Dawson adults die of kidney trouble than any other disease When the first symptoms Prom the St Paul Globe Talk about candles being worth 1 50 of this disease appear no time should be apiece in Dawson its all wrong said lost in taking Foleys Kidney Cure I wintered on which is guaranteed or money refunded Charles Way yesterday A R Fisher Cloverport R A Shell the West fork of Stewart river in 04 and Haynes 05 with a party from Sitka We went man Stephensport Gordon Patesvllle E A Witt Hardinsburg into winter q lartera early having gobd prospeots on a bar directly in front of A Difference our log cabin We had plenty of sup Â¬ Tho chief difTercnco botwoen tho plies that we bad hired the Indians to man with a lot of newmado money and bring iu for us via Dyea Among other the gentlo zephyr said tho corn fed is that tho gentlo zephyr things we bad a gross of tallow candles philosopher Indianapolis along nicely until Oct 22 blows itsolf quietly Thing went Journal when at noon it began to grow cold You could feel It settle down The wat- Â¬ er iu the box a wouldnt run more than twelve feet without getting thick so we quit work and went Into the c mp We Every expectant mother has loaded the stove up with birch wooi a trying ordeal to faco If sho does not and somebody lighted a candle It burned all right for a minute or two then the light commenced to grow dim and to all appearances went out I was surprised upon examination to flud that the wick was still burning but the nsssHLBh tJV iCC tallow was not melting I watched the wick as it burned the tire burning itself right in the candle until the wick was consumed cl ar duwu to the bottom melting a whole about the bzi of a lead pencil through the tallow but useless as a light aud we had to go to bed In tre dark Caudles are not worth 1 60 each got ready for it when the weather is real cold for they there is no telling wont burn what may happen Child birth is full Glad Tidings to Aitlma Salems of uncertainties if Foleys Honey and Tar gives quick Nature h not given proper asefctaBce and positive relief in all cases A It FisheVj Cloverport It A Shellman Haynes Pates tftrphensport Gordon a tba beet help you can use at this time vllle E A Witt Hardinsbuig It is a Untewat and when regularly ap Â¬ plied several monUw before baby comes Architect A CoBoUntlou and nearly pain Â¬ Caller I lmvo 10000 to put into a it nakea the advent easy less It relieves and prevents morning bouse ami 1 wish to select a design Honest Architect Yes sir John slckMS relaxes the overstrained mus Â¬ bow the gentleman the plans of our cles relieves the distended feeling short Â¬ ens labor makes recovery rapid and cer Â¬ 8000 houses- - New York Weekly tain without any dangerous after effects Mothers TrlM is good for only oae Abeat It Tbere It Vo purpose vk to relieve motherhood of No question Indeed with those who have vwd it but that Foleys Kidney danger and pain drug ito or bottta at Om OellM Cum k absolutely reliable for all Kidney Mat by iimin cm reoelpt ot srle vTeM infonM A K Fiabar and BbuUnr dl M fniw MoioT wmm wtU I Mat o any Olovarportj R A Sballnaari StapUMi WW ayeiteMtoa PaterrlUe K pott Gordon A Hay TIM MAOrUBLO kUOOCATQ CO J Will IlardlMbwi Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ iANDY CATHARTIC 5 racoTveftfc CURE CONSTIPATION lliTill ABSOLUTELY TOOTH ECONOMY A tooth may decay for yeniu before it aches It costs loss both In money and discomfort to tako care of small cavi Â¬ ties than largo ones Como any tlmo and havo your teeth ex Â¬ amined No charge for It Wo will bo at Irvington on Wed Â¬ nesday and Thursday after tho fourth Monday of each month fr 2550 j 10 HJJIIHigflll GOmHTEEDft aire i linir iim II JgnP can km ALL DRUGGISTS 11111 I c uu mjvt aati uri r 11 a v iiuu iia lltf j 1 m in m 111 11 in V ii RATES r irinniiiiiri nia irTrTTTrangfBaafc i HARDIN WILDER Brandenburg itv ntr located JOHNSON nm ix vhm ajijr Jouisyilll Ky t a t CO A Dutschke WITH Son 1 TV jKeillllU YOU h Sales We want to f BUCKNER TOBACCO WAREHOUSE iNCOxrOKATED Perhaps You Forget Sometimes that wo have a complete assortment of SHOES RUBBERS ami OVERSHOES for men women aud children and even babies Wo will sell a good solid school shoo ono that tho boys wont kick through in a hurry as low as 125 This shoo fits well and looks well also 313310 Chapel Street Itct Main and Market and 2 LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY 0 220 Tenth Street Special Attention Tour Months Storage Tree Given to Private Independent Warehouse Mark your hogsheads I1UCKNR TOBACCO WARIIOUSE PUBLIC SALE We will offer to the highest bidder NEW DRESS GOODS W E BROWN Irvington Ky Thursday Feb 1 0 On the Skillman farm situated near Web- Â¬ SGXSXS ster Ky the following articles 10 HEAD eimitti OF HORSES 8 HEAD OF OATTLE 30 HEAD OF SHEEP ONE LOT OF HOGS All kinds of Farming Implements Give Us A lot of Corn and other Cereal H30- 0And walkout of our store In a pair of the best Ircneh Calf double soled uldc uelt hull dog Shoes to ho found In town A wiricd line of f KEEP LHADKSSON BRO WWVS -- LADIES SHOES ACCOUNT 1 t WVrtSSWW GeoYeakelCBrandenburg Kentucky f - Of Your Transactions A few handy little blank books cose very little aud are worth ea a 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eurTeii And oh never again watch at Mr I gay ballet iny eate girl njrmpht The Mr lire hang bj a hair Theyll deatroy mo with lymph -- New York World do a little good In We are anxious to this world and can think of no pleaeaater or bettor way to do it than by rceoM wondiHg One Minute Cough Cure m a prvntlv of pneumonia nonwinit and other serlounjnng tronbWa that gtarw low neglected ooda aiMfi FREE TRIAL SUBSCRIPTION GUARANTKKD TO CUJUC Ab4 MaWrl I Semi your HRiue mid address on a postal card and get CHILLS AND BO fune vlttMMtt Mm above in all aforsu 4oMraa4 IV FIVIR Tttiiim Jhm MN SEVEN CONSECUTIVE ISSUES Of ither the Daily or Weekly Globe Democrat taHN it with otbr wa ihk mm aaf tft tUM rri oanli nt nil Dnnlow ONLY FRmm OF OHARGE PMPAIID pn wbvthwr tl VAMWIIUl MM AW and 8KB FOR YOUBSELF how mm you an Utsrtnl la tha DUy it fa -- Wkly THE GLOBE PRIimUG CO Ereckenridce Kews Wednesday pedruauy From The Cotitler Journsl Will From the New Yotk Son THfeBHLElOKRlSrRIDQEl NEWS OLOYmRFOKLT KV Right The South tub ncLiPsn Shall and Their Friend iyjUtii WWU iUWtlWlIja J C BUSH rfA 1 2 18P8 Cost and Profit of dobd Roads The enormous cost of bad roads is thus Igurod out by tho supervisor of roads to termers in New York county The produce shipped from UiIb elation is transported by railroad on an average about 600 miles to the consumers and it is transported by wagon roads on an average of three miles from the farms to the station Witii tho present roads it costs the farmers one halt as much to haul the produce the three miles as they pay the railroads to haul it 500 miles With a system of macadam roads the cost of this short haul will be reduced 60 per cent thus reducing the whole cost of tranpporUtion from the farm to the consumer by one sixth which would be a saving to tho farmers of an amount crews The fortifying preparation which Mr each year equal to the interest on from WoodrufFcalis with his wonted poetry raised the larger sum being the saving the dfegs of defeat was never called on the potato crop which is one of the fcr a Moriartys so long the home of the main crops here and would increase the nights and suppers of the undergraduato value of the land either to hold or to gods of New Haven hut evidently it is a Â¬ Bell by a like amount These Azures drink which inspires recoution and premay seem startling but they are none cision and can bo Hcommended to base- Â¬ ball pitchers It inspired Mr Woodruff the leas correct Ordinary TbeBanie writer remarks as to the to say I will be pleased men and grammarians would have pre Â¬ cost of building country roads I shall bo pleased Within the last thirty years thre ferred tho form have been expended on the highwnjs The Lieutenant Governor is no ordinary in this county over 1200 per mile and man in action or iu speech In drinking with the exception of a few miles in the from the cup of victory at Ithaca Satur- Â¬ town of Canandalgua they are no better day night lie reproved the Sun for its than they were at tho begining of that doubts of Ids future and maintained period and should the same system be with originality and force his theory of I stick to I will continued for the nixt thirty years a Will and Shall like sura would he expended and the he said and I am not willing to accept Ho charged tho Sun with condition of the highways would be just I shall about at it is now The few miles re- Â¬ using its high literary reputation to es ferred to in Canandaigua are crushed tablish a perversion of the transitive After this too stone or macadam roads built at an ex- Â¬ verbs will and shall pense to the town outside of tho regular brief reference to the traositivenets of highway tax Four or fivo years ago the the auxiliaries he supported his theory town bought a stone crusher and lias by this illuminating exposition Even tho undergraduates of Cornell expended the 2000 per year allowed by Yale law under the direction of their very and pr have learned that should the will resolution of the writer be the efficient highway commissioner in prominent idea in his mind then will building macadam Jroads consisting of is the proper word to express the futur Â¬ a crushed stone road bed about eight ity of the act Tliii M will he pleased c feet wide and nearly a foot deep in the to join with the citzins of Ithaca means I am determined or have made center of a turnpike some twenty five to up my mind to do so while I shall be thirty feet wide eloping enough to shed pleased announces u future event as setthe surface water hut not too steep to tled hy consideration outside of the drive on any part of it at an expense of writers self It is apparent from this excursus that 400 to 700 per mile the smaller sum in cases where the stone has been con Mr Woodruff had to struggle with him tributed and drawn into piles by the self to pereuade himself to go to Ithaca neighboring farmers without expense to The dregs of defeat stuck iu his throat the town As a result they have in that hut he remained master of himself and I will be pleased town ten miles or more of such roads of hisauxiliary forces and so well pleased are they with the whether I want to or not he cried in Improvement that they have tmd n spec Â¬ accents wild and bo the Ithaca festivities ial act passed by the Legislature during did not have to bw given up and the cup the last session empowering the town to of victory was hummed The Hon Tim Woodruffs theory of the vote upon the question of expending 2 use of Will and Shall in the first porson 000 per year in addition to the al- Â¬ 2000 is as instructive as his illustration of it ready allowed by law in building suci roads These roads are just as good in If a Republican St te Convention of New December or March as they are in July Yoik Bhould nominate him for Governor or September they have increased the he would say I shall he pleased to acvalue of adjoining farms many times the cept for such a form would imply that cost of the roads and the subsequent his acceptance was determined by con- Â¬ cost of keepirg them in good repair will siderations outside of himself and con Â¬ He would say be much Its than the cost under the or Â¬ sequently unimportant dinary system of keeping them in poor I will he pleased to accept thereby In dicating his violent but successful strugrepair The expense of bad roads and the gle with himself and the strength of his economy and advautag s of good ones rtBilution to obliga the convention Both men of action and the learned are so well knoAii that they need no world will thank the Hon Tim Woodruff demonstration but heretofore our farm era have rt coiled from improvements be- Â¬ for his profound aud acute analysis of cause of the COSt of tnrnnllMa rw one of the mostobscure points iu English pikes are very valuable and they can be grammar Even 1iof Hram Corson of built much more cheaply than is gener- Â¬ Ithaca a scholar and a ripe and giod ally supposed but whore they ara im- one is kuowu to be surprised by the practicable there is no reason why a few discoveries of the Lieutenant Governor roads might not be built on the plan Tho only discord in the swelling chorus described by this New Yorker Mr Ira af congratulation comes to us from the University Club of Boston Crihb one of the Canadaigua Commlss To the EniTOHoKTiiuSuN Sin What ioners gives several instances A mile in the name of Lindley Murray is Tim on the Lake Shore cost 17 witli nearly Woodruff giiug us What iu the name all the stone and 100 of labor donated of all ttie gods and most of the IiiiIh On the Bristol road three miles graded llshes doeH he mean by the transit vh verbs will and oliall uud his I will he 32 feet wide roacadamiz nl 0 feet wide at pleased aud did he llud out top and 10 feet at bottom 100 rods of it Air L liuianu wnero graduated from thatÂ¬ was Ox 18 inches deep remainder 1 foot the ford I dont ask him to exhibit any cost was ouly 850 a mile In some cases more nandpaiuted wuistcuatp hut I do the stone coats twenty cents a yard du wish not hope mind jou that he woud exhibit a good deal lets iguurance livered at the crusher in others they O Tun itliy keep that which is com Â¬ broke up bowlders in fields at thirty mitted to thy trust avoid profane and cents a cubic yard and the farmers hauled vain babblings and oppositions of science them free These roads are estimated falsely so called Hahvabd 80 to have added 20 an acre to the value Ths is a letter which drips wKh the of adj lining lands and to have doubled spite of defeat The Hon Tim Wood Â¬ the average loads hauled ruffs walbtcoats need no dtifeiice If What is the reason JeUeraon county or tills Biiarliug youth on JJencon street will any other county needingitood highways hunt thruiigli the old bookstores in his can not adopt such an Inexpensive plan city he may come across a rare and as this or n better plan chocj little biok which will not ouly teach him Fomething now about wl I Bucklens Arnica Salvo hut will Inform him that Title Dkht Salvk in the world for Cuts ond elial Bruises Sores Ulcere Salt Rheum Je Mr Woolruff grainmaticil researches ver Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chil began long ego That book ib blains Corns and all Skin Eruptions the I Shall and I Will a New Theory of Transitive Verb and the AuxiliaiieB and postlvely cures Tiles or no pay re- Â¬ with Additional Chapters on the Con quired It is guaranteed to give perfect jugation of the Conjunctions the Tenses satisfaction or money refunded Price of the Adyeibi and the Dcination of by a Yale Graduate the inteijectloii 25 cents per box For Sale by Short Vp xd 07 Now Haven ilivately Haynes Printed In response to many n q leBts Mr FOR a SHORT TIHG ONLY Woodrulf will have this vouuie reprint- Â¬ ed and give u copy to tho members of the Two Papers Less Than Price of One State Senate the libraries of the princi Â¬ pal collegia Amciluan and foreign and We have made a Clubbing Rate with the cllziisof Ithaca He cannot per Tho Louisville Weed the Kentucky form a in iro notthlo RerviiM to learning organ of tobacco by which we cun fur Â¬ Applications for the work should b i di nish you that paper and the Newh one rected to him year for 2 The Weed is a sixteen Household Godi page seventy two column weekly giving Tho ancient Greeks believed that the the most reliable reports ot the Penates were the gods who attended to and all tobacco markets It has in the welfare aud prosperity of the family each lssut timely articles on the cultiva- Â¬ They were worshipped as household tion of tobacco and each week advises go Is In every hoin The household god its readers whether to hold or sell their of to day is Or Kings Now Discovery tobacco This last feature given by no For consumption coughs cobs aud for other tobacco paper is worth the sub- Â¬ all affections of throat chest and lumn scription price It is deemed an author- Â¬ it is invaluable It has been tried for a ity oa all tobacco subjects and the best quarter of a century uud is guarauted to paper of its kind published The regu- Â¬ cure or money returned No household lar tubwriptlon price is 2 a year Aa should be without this good angle It is an inducement to have you take tho pleasaut to take aud a safe and mro reme Â¬ Nawa ths year we wliLsaad both papers dy lor old and young Regular sze 60c one year for 2 Tils la letf titan the and 1 00 SlortA Haynes drug store wW alone Seat price of The To Cure prckk Tako Cuscarot Constipation forever orffo check or money nil ti Candy Cathartic lOo K ft U O ft fall tt pure drugguu refund uobsv liDoaNiaijClowpurÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ In his speech of congratulation at tho cehbrallou of Cornells sovereignty at the oar the Hon Timothy Woodruff ol Brooklyn and Albany spoke not only as a man of action a politician and a de Â¬ feated Yale man but as a grammarian He defended with his usual elrqueuce and learning that theory of futures which he had brilliantly illustrated in his des Â¬ patch to the citizens of Ithaca granting their earntst request for his presence at Pleaso wiro decis- Â¬ the Cornell feast ion tho Ithacans telegraphed In lan Â¬ guage almost as polished and appropriate as the Lieutenant Governors own With the prornptnets of a man of action lie at ones wired this repiy I am now in New Haven drinking the drpgs of defeat with my fellow alumni of Yale but I will be pleased to bo with you on Saturday evening to Join tho cftzens of Ithaca in drinking the cup of victory to Cornells victorious Moving Ahead Tho Manufacturers Record calls at- Â¬ tention to the remarkable development of thn Smiths export ttade which is mphoslzd by a nummary ot the statis ti of breadstuff shipments for the year 18Q7 as compared with 1800 The total shipments of corn wheat oats and fhur from five leading 8 utbern porta aggre- Â¬ gated 107018072 bushels r gilnst 124 801817 bushels InjiaijL Tho total In- Â¬ crease was lOJyBHliels The total breadstuQs value of from tho leadlrgBTs ot tho country for 1807 was 243121 lt8 a gain over 1800 of fCO000000 At these fivo South ern ports the total for 1807 was 89055 052 against 57177884 being an increase of 31877108 Thus of a total gain from the entire country ot 00000000 nearly one half or 31877108 was from five Southern ports Making a comparison by percentages the Increase from these five Southern ports was 65 7 10 per cent against 13 5 10 per cent for all other port f Ot industrial enterprises reported for tho week the two most important ones look to the development ot extensive water powers one at Atlanta Ga with a capital stock of 1000000 and one at Columbus Ga with a capital stock of 100000 Each company will develop from 10000 to 12000 horsepower for electrical transmission to bo used in manufacturing enterprise in and around these cities The Atlanta enterprise has secured the co operation of some capita- Â¬ lists iu New York largely interested in municipal undetaklngs throughout the country During the week there was reported the organizition of a 100000 steamship company to operate a line of steamers from Port Arthur Texas to Mexican ports large contracts for freight to Mexi- Â¬ co having been already made Among the new industrial enterprises reported during the week were a 60000 cotton manufacturing company at Fay etteville N O a 30000 iron foundry 150000 gold mining at Rome Ga company at Dahionega Ga large machino tcol works at Covington Ky 100000 browery at New Orleans La j 000000 telephone company at New Oi- Â¬ 100000 window glass factory at lcans 250000 corundum mining Baltimore company to operate in Clay county 100000 steamship line North Carolina company at Port Arthur Texas two 5000 telephone companies at Lexing- Â¬ ton Va and a 10000 oil development company at Sisteraville W V An Article That Eclipses tho Eclipse Too Much Pabulum For Excogitation Tho following clipping from an X change In describing an eclipse eclipses tho eclipse On no other occasion docs this dlb play of tremendous power in tho economy oi tho physical universe exercise so subdutug an Influence over the mind or produce on humiliating a conviction ot the impotence ot all human efforts to control the immutable laws of nature and arrest the courso of events as with the glorious orb of day while riding in tho heavens with unclouded splendor begins to melt away from an unseen cause and soon totally disappears leav- Â¬ ing the whole visible world wrapped In the sable goom ot nocturnal darkness The scene is rendered still moro impress- Â¬ ive by tho circumstances accompanying so remarkable an occuronce Tho heavens assume an unnatural as- Â¬ pect which excites a feeling ot horror in the spectator a livid hue is diffused over all terrestrial objects plants close up their leavo as on the approach of night the fowls hotake themselvis ot their resting places the warbling of tho grove is hushed in profound silence in other words universal nature seems to relax her energies as if the pusa which stimulated her mighty movemeuts had all at once stood still Â¬ top A D D S Henderson Route Ifld Office on 6th Street Cannellon LonisTill Biiierwa tholHRall Tho nulokest nnd surest S cottirhlnir Fine-Tar-Hwny is to tako fir Hellscough grein- Jj I Honey A guaranteed ES That DR BELLS Pine-Ta- r- Dentistry In all lla Branches practiced and all operations performed in tlio most skillful manner at prices to suit the 1 in 08 Crown Hnd Bridge Work a specialty Toeth extracted Positively without Pain Klost Complete Dontal Koomii In HoHthorH Indiana 1 I No St Louis V No Ct Time Card Is Effect June 20 87 East Donnd 4 No 44 4 tr St Louis BransTllle Henderion bpottsrille Owensboro 7Msm 86Spm Afiam 2 20pm 245im 7 18 HawetrUe I YOU SHOULD ArrLoalsrille Lv Clorerport Strphentport InrtnEton Brandenburg West Bound 603 622 003 624 1113 1235pm 745 1007 10 45 788 818 917 943 iJ 440 310 328 400 460 610 625 667 617 780 EMPLOY No 861 915 41 No 4J No 45 edy i holly unlike aitoiners uencr mem H acts directly on the mucousresplra Y branes heals the lungs and w tory organs and Invigorates the wnoie system F None but th County Surveyor to do yoor work He Is the authorized Surveyor ol the Countvs Is an expelruced workmsn and knows hit business He l alto Notary Public writes Deeds and takes Acknowledgemedts Charges si ways Keasonabls Loutsrllle llrsndenburg Stepheniport Ilawreiville Owensboro bpottsvllle 730m 1011 10 12 Irylnjton u rlorerpert 11 11 HI 450pm 823pm 9 3il 609 6 43 962 7 20 35 17pm 739 804 10 21 10 6 1185 96 9 47 10 10 10 40 1068 1148 12 12 23am 5 CHINTZ ROYALTY COUNTY SURVEYOR HARDINSBUROKY Address EransTllle Arrbt Louis Ilcndcnon 1240 115 732 116 720 Honey contains the K -- J healing H Htmsche A 1 trains ran Ihroush Solid to BvanSYllla Through parlor cars and Pullman sleepers on all trains nctwecn St Louis Kvamville and Louis Tille Numbers 41 and 42 connect at jmnicton lor Fordsville and liardinsburg daflr except Sunday H C MORDUE A 0 1 A Loulsrille Ky nnenntrated 25c 2 tried medlclnalngenU flclentinc process At ll TW E E jLftSra The TAILOR Will be in Clover port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month with Casper May Co IND B OS B Eastt St O SW RY No 18 245pm 605pm 11 05pm 7 15am drwKtlitiw moI poo iliWA Otuij iftMlfa T 3Mtf2i Sold by SHORT Bftl SlWrt4 lHdMU Trains leave Louisville as follows Louis and the West No 20 Lv Loulsvlls a 35am 0 45am Ar Cincinnati Columbus Ar it 15am If W nAILWAY Clnclnnatl and the No 16 093am ssam SJ5Pm 650 am 7 joam HAYNES 11 Ar Pittsburg 825pm Ar Baltimore Ar Philadelphia Ar New York MlllllglVI ll 1 20am 2opm 10 budding Into womanhood Blow eyes dulled constantly tired face pimpled complex gton sallow pains iu back and sldo and DAUGHTERS Development Louisville Ky Feb 2 1898 OANNELTON Most trying life time both mother and daughter Regulate and strengthen the delicate organs which should perform the natural functions of WOMANHOODlor of and critical wltb Shippers ihonld mark sir poksgei plainly ihtpperi name and poit offlcs address BUTTER GREGORY Wfiarfmasters CLOVEHPOBT Local Agents CO KENTUCKY WINTERSMITHS womanhood During J5 years Winter reterCo Choice country Medium Creamery xaos It Q 0 18 16 14 0 18 Steamboat Agents Ar Boston 300pm 905pm Nraln No 16 has elerant Pullman Buffet Parlor Car to Cincinnati and Drawinz room Sleeper and dining cars Clncinnstl to Washington Baltimore Philadelphia and New York without change Train No 18 has elegant Pullman Parlor Csr to Cincinnati and Pullman Drawing room and dining cars Cincinnati to New Ydrk without change Train No so has sleepers to Cincinnati open at 9 oclock to receive passengers 15am is 3011n 340 pm 5 55pm St Louis Springfield and the West No 44 8 sopm 7 1 tarn Ar Springfield 8 40pm 9 33am North Vernon accomodation leaves at 7 ti a m 16 Ar St Louis Lv Louisville No so s 35am 11300n No 640pm 8 232m smiths Buchu has never failed in curing the ills of girlhood at this critical time All druggists and merchants Arthur Fresh FEATHERS Prim white goois Mixed Old No 1 daak BUCHU YOU NEED A DAILY Louisville KyGenl Agents U Homestead Fertilizer 20 JO 00 fl Company anjT Oil Company POULTRY H tandard Dealers In dally Chsrlestown accommodation leaves at 5 30 p m except Sunday Trains Nos 16 so and 14 have elegant day coaches Pullman parlor and sleeping cars to St Louis TRAINS ARRIVE Doors Sash Blinds Yellow Pine Floor From East 7 23 a is 15 noon 6 40 p m 93 a m 3 so a m From West 7 25 a m is 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 address It S BBOWNi District Pass Ticket Agent B O S V lly 4th and Main Louisville Ky or J M CHKSSBROUG1I General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio Hem per lb Spring Chickens per Duoka per lb Qeeie per doi is 8 9 0 4 00 00 SO POTATOES Irish per barrel new Now La Sweet potatoes per bu From store 3 to 5 ots higher Navy Beans per bushel ROOTS 1 75J 00 ing and Ceiling Weather Boarding Shingles Salt Lime Oement Laths Plaster Plastering Hair Plow Handles Bricks Etc Estimates Furnished for Buildings and Building Material GB Dont annoy others by your coughing and risk your life hy neglecting a cold One Minute Cough Cure cures coughs colds croup grippe and all throat and lung troubles Short Haynes A NEWSPAPER IT ONLY COSTS Olnteng Senlca Snake Pink Yellow Wild Ginger FIELD SEEDS 2 152 40 21 IS 21 6 General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio WAItKBL Assistant Draft tt bight They vero speaking nt the club of drafts at sight It is absolutely cruel u draft at sight Bah I That depends Do tho way I do When anybody prescuts n draft nt sight to mo I always shut my eyes Guulois Children and adults tortured by burns scalds injuries ecz ma or skin diseases may secure instant relief by using De Witts Witch Hazel Salve It is tne great Pile remedy Short Haynes What Makes It Dear Professor of English Literature You may define tho elements of lasting popularity in Young Lochiuvar Precocious Htudcnt Dcfiauco of pa- Â¬ rental nuthority would appear to bo tho principal ouo Detroit Nows Â¬ GENTS A WEEK To read every day In the year Lady Slipper May Appl Blood Clover per buihel Crimson Clover per bnshel 0 2H 140 3 60 1 60 t BANK or Louisville HendersofilSt Louis RyCo 2i 46 TIME SCHEDULE TfilclUK Effect A Timothy per fcuihel At 630 oelck V Sunday Uy 42 30 S8D7 rTsil Bound JVains Sail Bound Mall A Dally 12 35pm 12 20 Tram RedToppej buihel The Louisville Evening Post The Evening Past has the Orchard Grass per bushel Blue Grass faney per bushel Bine Grass extra per bushel Onion Sets Yellow per bushel 1 SO HARDINSBURG fi 7 BEARD Presidsat WILL MILLEK Vios Prssldsnt H BEARD CasMsr OW Vi 41 86 0 01 0 00 V Exprs Exprs Dally 4C0pm Mall STATIONS Hxprs Expr Dally 7 45 jm Dslly 7 30am 7 48 White HIDES Green good Dry Salt good Dry flint good 11 13 603 637 6 6 5 6 IvUnn 13M 8heep skins Tub washed Grease fino H 28 16 60 40 48 63 00 818 821 823 8 35 8 42 8 61 Market Reports State News j irranmuri news IT Washington News JOUUl I WOOL 16 Burry Black 14 10 BEARD 1 MORRIS ESKRIDQK l R M JOLLY -- Dlreator Burry and Cots Tallow Beeswax Sorghnm MISCELLANEOUS Q 18 INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS 609 618 626 913 661 669 707 712 7 20 Womens Page Childrens Page oiunu ilA Molssss FLOUR 23 00 0 26 10 At the aw Office of RATES 12 1 By Ma Whooping cough is the most distress ing malady but its duration can be cut short by the use of One Minute Cough Cure which is also the best known reme dy for croup and all lung and bronchial troubles Short A Haynes A Youthful Scientist A schoolboy was asked to explain tho 6 Months 3 Months Months Month Only 200 150 100 50 High grade patent Straight Patent Low Grades V G B ABB AGE IN HARDINSBURQ 6 724 727 7 39 7 43 7 54 8 04 812 818 8 27 4 60 COKN 29 No 3 Mixed at stor No 2 White OATS No J White No 3 Mixed Oats No No 3 No 2 long Berry No 2 Red No 3 You Can Get A Deed Mortgage or any writ 29 J7 59 Â¬ CLUBBED WITH THIS PAPER Sample Copies Purnlshed On Application ib 26 WHEAT 96 96 93 formation of dew His answer was Tho earth revolves on nu axis every 24 hours and in consequence of tho tre mendous pace ut which it travels it per Â¬ spires freely Tit Bits JlftEMCAN WEEKLY RYE No 2 Western ONIONS 61 2 ton instrument drawn Rent buy or sell a piece of land Collections made and remit ancea prompt Copying done on the Call graph the best type writer in the world BO YEARS EXPERIENCE 833 842 863 9 Of 916 921 925 9 32 1011 1014 1025 10 35 1043 1049 1068 1105 1114 1125 11 869 907 915 9 23 9 31 932 9 43 961 966 969 West Point 1160am 665 1145 Howard 661 Wlllowdale 1135 645 Rock Haven 1128 6 40 Long Branch 1121 6 34 Brandenburg 1112 626 1102 Bkron 618 Guston 1063 610 frvlngton 6 03 1045 1037 Webster 660 1024 Lodlburg 5 42 1020 Pierce 64 Sample 1015 6 30 Stepheniport 1007 5 22 1002 Addison 618 969 Holt 615 9 45 Cloverport 6 03 Sklllman Hawesvllle Pctrle Falcon Lewlsport Waltman Powers Pates Owensboro Mattlngly Griffith Stanley Worthlngton Reads Spottsville Bassett Shops 9 40 927 917 909 9 03 6 00 4 49 4 JO ptsr Kentucky St 733 864 8 47 8 38 4 433 4S8 419 413 01 Mam 1146pm 1161 1165 12 827 818 8 07 7 62 363 8 44 02 802 768 AGRICULTURIST Per barrel BACON Shoulders Clear rib sides Clear side Lard in tierces I55 6 6 6 ONLY 100 A YEAR After years of untold suffering frrm All the Icnrtlnc Fentnres that havo mndo pilep B WPursllof Knitnersvllle IV this journal so ixipulnr are to bo retained tho coming year uud many new ones added was cured by using a single box of De An Ideal Farm and Family Weekly Wltta Witch Haz d Salve Skin dheases nu Tlvo Stock Dairysuch as erzama rash pimples and ob Â¬ Its Farm Such Horticulture loultryÂ¬ ing Market Gardening anil stinate sores are readily cured by this Features other topics written by famous remedy Short A Haynes lractlciil and Hucceaaful Farmers supplemented with Illustrations UV UUID UltlBbS VUI11U1IIU IU IIH1KO lb 1I1VH1U- rractlcal llety able to those who farm It for a living The Latest Markets Commercial What is n do votional atti tude grand Agriculture Crop Iteportsand their season In pa Condensed larm Nows mid Letters amoni Lending Features Iu which Getting down into your trousers the Farmers are AOIIICULTUJHST Is not ex the AMKUICAN pockots for a dollar to send to the relied It litis reliable hiieclal Correspond Â¬ ents nt the General mid Local Market Cen- Â¬ Brooklyn Lifo houthcu ters all over tho United Slates Short Stories TatestFasli Family ions Ilinry WorkTliu loud Cook Talks with the Doc Features torlunle Contests Library Nearly Distracted Doctors and Inge combine Corner nml Younor Knltcfcof to mnlce this department ns much valuo and Interest as most of tho Modlclno Failed bevlal Family lupers Taw UUKSTIONS CUIIED BY TWO BOTTLES Veterinary midanswered on FKUICMedicine other topics MAOAZlNi lOltJI Each Issun Till out comes with n neat cover tho number of varying from 28 to 38 niiues FltlSK SAMlLK COlV sent on request YEAR BOOK Â¬ ViQti ruriled Parent 6 jjotJJk Scientific JfmericnH Ilranch Ofico t 9S9 1209 745 947pm 1217 7 38 8 07 951oir 1224 7 31 301 lOlQpro 1240pm tlSin 7 46pm Trains Nos 41 and 4s make connection at vington dally except Sunday with trains to and from Hardintburg and Fordsville Branch Only line running Parlor Cars between Louis ville Owensboro and Henderson Only direct line to the Norlh and East For further Information call on or address Agents or HC MORDUK AO P A 333 329 826 320 813 trt u t InUville Kt L H Si L Ty Fordsville Branch 30 1807 Bsst Bound Trsin Dally I Dally STATIONS ex Sun exSur j I 7 42 TIME TABLE No 10 i A Life was a Burden said tbo conscientious man very difficult What Is worrying you luked his wlfo If I uso slang hoforo our sons and daughters it will encourage them in tho practice and if I dont thoy will Washing say I am n hack number ton Star Coals or Fire Teachor What is meant by heaping coals of flro on a persons head Pupil Roasting him Up to Sato It is n difficult problem Anyone sending a sketch and description mar oolckl ascertain our opinion fre wnetner an communlca 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in euheueor retuaath monsr pwu or six iih iruii irtmnti ror pLsu Br upon racalptof f rlna Hnwl mall wrapDar izz- - la Plain AJAX REMEDY CO r Mtuias m r - ME A MAN MADE TAULUTS POHITI VELY CURK Packet Line AJAX Between Past Mall Ll Failing Viase Hlaeplaunau ato pry br other and India r fl oretiona orViiallly In oldoryouncand Louisville and Evansville Thii quUJttu ami uriv raatora wCXXJVrrrou Impoteaoy A boas LioAauaa Mam oauaad Isoat fit a man tor atud rsrvraat ADtanuy STKAMEM E G EAQON VM to PrlonwKiur Hjan MaiUr W A Blsbop Purser DL TAKASOON Pny MaiUr IftTgwaw w v TELL OITT R H Ballard XttUt WB MsibellPurm BREOKENRIDGE NEWS CUVERPOIIT Candy Cathartic KY qHARLES O MARTIN PrMotiptlofi PharmAoUt Nut toot abo FfM It CoH CITrpr uuct xaur Mourels With Ciurta cure eoaMlBMloa tanitu M ItacOlldUMliiralaBMMV acverrbsdy 871 Be Casoarcta Candy Cathartlo the mot wonderful medical discovery of the age pleas Â¬ ant and refreshing to tbo taste act gently and positively on klduey liver as4 bowels cIcmdIdsT Um ntlre syslrtn dieel eolds our headiMihe fever habitual constipation and biliousness Pleas buy and try a bos m osmw tfuldaud C C to day iu of BvmnmlmA to our b m JmngjUt Sahwdaj teaUTlH AuM4ram FreJaJstltiH hy tbU Hm M1ts4 K ttsB tijfall Tmt4H M a4 b Stsaasfl f tssr U tvtiMBsat Mt4 imaiamilsjlsai The Vast rallMty re Ma474 M Mk aad eiot and Wtw DUy P D STAGGS btss ok pa4 as BMati LUvll 1 Sara bm li eftal to tUt ef tiM U4 IT a4 ITS 4 4t Atshi T I PJHTHY 4 WWJUTA u sa a a n v w iiiwissj w v vv Ssii mmvTl qyp THE BRELOKRNmiDQm NEW8 OLOYBRPORT KY TWENTY FIVli THOUSAND A WIWWjWJW For Colds and coughs and all lung troubles Frank Payne went to Holts Bottom Monday Bob Pierce went to Loulsyillo on busi Â¬ ness Monday Mrs J F Redman and son Robert of Glendale are visiting Mr and Mrs W 0 Allen Miss Forrle Hardin of Holts Bottom was the guist of Mies Jenny Warfleld last week Capt J J Ilennen of Hawesvllle made his usual Sunday nlijit rail at Cloverport this week Miss lone Dow den of Brandenburg Is spending a few weeks with her uncle Mr 0 E Llghtfoot Hon David R Murray is calling on the law makeis at Frankfort in tho in Â¬ terests cf bills of local Importance this PUBLIC SPIRIT Demands Tho Opening of n Road and It Should Be Opened It Is understood that Mnjor Morris President of the Breckenrldgo Asphalt Company has made all arrangements to develop on a larger scale tho asphalt mines on his property at Garfield aud the only thing that Impedes his progress Is the absence of an Improved public highway A private thoroughfare al Â¬ ready nnnnectH with the mine but HiIb Is Insulllcient and a good public road Is needed Some llttlo opposition to the scheme of opening up a public road has been encountered The development of this property will be stimulated by such a road and a highway of this character will enhance the value of all abutting property It is to the interest of citizens of that neighborhood to open up a road to tho mines and a public Bpirlted view of the matter will make Its necessity ap- Â¬ parent It is hoped that all interested parties will give the matter their encour- Â¬ agement as it meaus the development of that community A HEALTHY WIFE Birthday Present From Ills Fath er Ayers Iberry Pectoral Is tho Btandard remedy It 1s now put up in half sizo bottles HALF SIZCMALP PRICQ Cerf was exceedingly happy aprfm tho best of rpirits yesterday and any one under like circumstance would feel In tho samo mood just nt the present time On Tuesday when he went to the post office after his mall a cquaro enve lope greeted him supposedly to be from jMrff 0 One box of Tutts Pills will save many dollars in doctors bills Theywillsurely cure all diseases of the stomach liver or bowels Save Your Money mmms-mmmimms-- s To morrow is first cousin to For sick headache dyspepsia No Reckless Assertion The sweet sweet bye and bye This week is the time to grab The Bargains as they fly Good Blacking Brush A good 8x10 Mirror Â¬ Breckenridge HWKDENSDAY News 1898 FEBRUARY 2 w Local Brevities U T Fresh oysters aud celery City Bakery Cocoanut bon bons fresh City Bak Â¬ ery See our new line of window shades t Suztrs Phillip Flood of Sample was In town Saturday Father 0 Brey held Berviccs at Lewis port Sunday If you want a good lunch run to the City Bakery Try DeYaller Kid parlor match Gre- Â¬ gory Gibson Only two Remington rifl s left they go cheap Sulzsrs One pound batter moulds cheap Gregory Gibson Pictures framed In green mats if you like them Sulzers Get a gallon of kraut 15 cents per gallon City Bakery Air and Mrs E A Kissam have taken rooms at the Heyser House Banana oranges pears and all of the tropical fruits City Bakery Mrs J D Brashear of Owensboro Is in tho city on an extensive visit The wind blew off one of the small crosses on St Rose church last week Heinz cucumber pickles something extra 6 cents per dozen City Bakery Good can of peas at the remarkable low price of 5 cents at Gregory Gibson Mr 0 0 Cadick of Grand View Ind was registered at the HeyBer House yes Â¬ terday Eugene Haynes went to Irving ton Monday to look after bis farming inter- Â¬ ests there Hardin who Los been living cut ou the Bowling Green road has movtd to Zk Bottom To miss the bargaius in silverware is to miss bargains you will regret when Holts Tne municipal improvements contemplated by the various cities of the middle west are more extensive this year than ever and they are already affecting in- Â¬ dustrial circles The outlook Is that more miles of street paving will be built tMs year than in years past and this in itself has caused great activity in the production of vitrified paving brick and aspbaltum products Tho brick plants 7p m and asphalt mines of Cloverport and George Watson and Anna Cash both Breckenridge county may be affected be- Â¬ residents of this county were married at fore the season is a month older and Jtffersonville Ind Kentuckys gietna steps may be taken to re open them green Friday Louisville and Evansvllle are both con Â¬ George Biker of Owensboro spent templating extensive improvements and Sunday with friends He is much pleas Â¬ it is more than possible that this locality ed with his new position and likes may reap the benefit Owensboro very much Thousands suffer from Catarrh or cold Mr David Duncan and Miss Cora Powers were married Sunday night in in the head and have never tried the Hawesvllle at the Methodist parsonage popular remedy There is no longer any Miss Powers is a daughter of the mayor excuse as a 10 cut trial size of Elys Cream Balm can be had of your druggist Miss Amelia Blrk one of Owensboroa or we mall it for 10 cents Full size 60 fascinating and charming young ladies cents spent a few days with her cousin Miss Ely Bros 50 Warren St N Y City Mary Moorman She returned home A friend advised me to try Elys Cream Monday Balm and after using it six weeks I be- Â¬ Had the coit of buying buttermilk ever lieve myself cured of catarrh It is occured to you housekeepers Well just a most valuable remedy Joseph Stew Â¬ figure you can get a one pound box art 024 Grand Ayenue Brooklyn N Y baking powder guaranteed at Gregory Oround Hog Day Gibsons for five cents To day is the day that the ground hog Mrs Forence Burton and daughter of Colton Cal arrived last weok to visit is scheduled to make his appearance He appears for the her aunt Mrs Waldo Simons of Toblns abovo ground port Ind and other relatives She will brief space of five minutes and if he also go to Owensboro for several days sees his shadow he will quickly hie him Â¬ self back into his hole and stay there for stay six weeks The ground hog is looked Mrs 0 M Ainent of Ellzibethtowu upon as an infallible weather prophet wlio formerly lived In this city is here and if be retires for six weeks the public theguest of berbrotber Mr W 0 All n can look forward to a spell of bad weath Â¬ Mrs Anient has numerous friends here er duriig that period who are dejighted to meet her ouce more Bjechwood Ilia March 1st 1897 Dr William Mllner of Union Star J 0 Mendenhall Evanavllle Ind was here Friday to cee Mrs Alfred Odlze DtarSir Your Improved Chill Cure who baa been quite III for some weeks ia the beat seller we handle in a chill He said that the condition of Mrs Oa ze remedy and givea universal satisfaction was not serl us but it woud be some Please ship one grosi with free goods time before she would fully recover Yours truly on your best term Fowian Wood Hawesvllle Is having some warm revivals The Presbyterians closed one Needed Protection a few days since and now the Methodists The two elements wind and water Tho Baptists are drawing large crowd will begla pae next week All the min Â¬ have been waging an angry battle with isters In town close their churches and the river banks within the corporate limit of this eity the past two weeks Id in the one carrying ou the meeting Hundreds of yards of embankment have The Columbia chela B V R 0 held tumbled into the river and some action vsry Interesting meeting at the home should be taken to Indues the govern of Mm F M Smith Tub members of meat to take steps to stop the encroach Â¬ this latUe circle are devoted stu lenti of ment of the river on this side of the Ohio the Mure they have completed the history of Graaay aud read ia connec A thrill ef terror Is experienced when tion wills it The German Struggle for a brassy oottgh of oroop sounds through Liberty by Poultaey Blgelow and the the boose at sight Bt the terror soon only draij beok 1U member have U that ehange to relief after One Minute Cough thM is ao public library from which to Cur its beea adsoleletered Keie sad proran book of reference hsrmlesi tor ehlMfM Short A Hsynes Â¬ Â¬ you need them Suz irs Surround a picture with a pretty piece of moulding and see the effect Let us frame one for you Suziis Two packages of toilet soap for 5 cents and a book of fairy talis for the little ones with each package Sulzars Miss Lula Sawyer camo homo Friday night after an extended visit to her sister Mis S D Loyd in Coiumbus Ohio James Hargts and Mies Pifer of Can nblton were married there yesterday inorniig and took a trip to Louisville Local boatmen have secured consider- Â¬ able valuable timber from the flotsam and jetsam of the bod of the past week Rev T N Joiner will preach at Holts next Sunday morning at 11 and at Elm Street Methodist church Ooverport at his Bwcetheart or a friend better than that It was an envelope and letter from his aged father saving in part Tills is a present from your father and it is the best he can do as business Is dull It was only a check calling for 25000 drawn on the German Citizens Bank of Louis Mr Cerf was on yestorday 38 villo week years of age He came here last Sep Â¬ James Shearn of Skillman has enter- Â¬ tember to net in the capacity of manager ed tho private Echool of Mr Frank for tho Fair and his success has been Beavln He is staying with his sister two fold He will In all probability Mis Jo Culley resign and spend a portion of his time Miss Alice Mattingly has returned seeing the world His father has been a from a meet enjoyable visit in Henderson retired merchant for nine years and Mis j Llssle McDonald a charming young sends this as a token of his appreciation lady of bruunette type accompanied her to his son Congratulations are in order home 9100 Reward 100 C E Whitehead came down from Louisville Monday ilo has moved bis The readers of this paper will be pleased family there to reside in the future He to learn that there la at least one dread- Â¬ will probably go into the produce and ed disease that science has been able to commission business cure in all Its stages and that is Catarrh Mr C L Hawkins of Uardlnsburg Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive was in town yesterday Mr Hawkins is cure known to the medical fraternity an enterprising farmer of this county Catarrh being a constitutional disease and deals extensively in cattle He said requires a constitutional treatment good stock was hard to obtain Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken internally Mr Joseph Lewis father of Henry J acting directly on the blood and mucous Lewis of this city is lying critically ill surfaces of the system thereby destroy- Â¬ at the home of Mr Sexton Newton on ing the foundation of the disease and the pike He is not expected to survive giving the patient strength by building many more days and is in his Eighty up the constitution and assisting nature In doing its work The proprietors have fith year so much faith in its curative powers II L Miller State Traveling Salesman that they offer One Hundred Dollars for for Harding Miller of Owensboro was any case that it fails to cure Send for here last week looking up the prospects lists of testimonials for opening a music store in this city Address F J CHENEY Co Toledo 0 He was favorably impressed with the -Sold by Druggists 76c outlook and will probably make arrange Â¬ ments to open a branch house here Fulfilled tbe Biblical Injunction Til Groves attended the Perry County C Mattingly was fifty eight years oi J Republican Convention at Cannelton ago Friday and is the picture of robust Saturday and reported that the meeting health lie comes of a family that is was a most harmonious one His sena- Â¬ distinguished for longevity and also for torial boom gathers strength and volume fulfilling the biblical Injunction to go every day The granger statesman of forth and replenish the earth His fa Tobinsport stands an excellent show of ther and mother Mr and Mrs Benedict securing the nomination Mattingly who live in Balltown ate 82 Mrp A B Skillman is rapidly recruit- Â¬ and 81 years old respectively Both are ing hsr health at Charlotte Harbor strong and vigorous and aro in full en Â¬ Florida She attended services Sunday joyment of their faculties Tho aged and was able to walk a considerable people are the parents and grandparents distance to the home of some friend of 130 grand and great grandchildren Her friends here and they are legion Thty are splendid types of Kentucky are delighted to learn that she is rapidly pioneers and their days have been full of happiness and honors regaining her strength MIbs Gensle Brashear was a visitor in Not The Case this city Sunday Miss Brashear is one of looking upon tbe fair young Ken In Owensboros most accomplished young ladles and her superior as a literary critic tuckians who boarded the west bound Â¬ does not exist in this section of the Btate train Sunday wending their way towards Hawesville but seeking Cannel Â¬ She is one of the most erudite educators in our sister city and enjoys the friend Â¬ ton as their terminus for a day of pleasship of some of Americas leading liter ure with friends at that point aniLother adjacent towns matrimonial intentions ateura would have been the first thought BRIQHT OUTLOOK Those who made up the party were Misses Georgia Graham Carrie Graham Increased Municipal Improvements and Delia Batt Messrs Harry and Clyde Morrison and Wilburn Gregory May Stimulate Local Industries Â¬ Â¬ TUTTS Liver PILLS Shops It malaria constipation and bilio- Â¬ usness a million people endorse with dauber 10c j xceucnmair wiiite waan Brush was pretty cool down at the shops Monday ioc 25c 25o 10o 11- Writes of Dr Hartmans Free Home Treatment Mrs F M Badgett 810 New street Knoxvllle Tenn writes a letter for pub- Â¬ lication which she desires all her suffer Â¬ ing sisters to read She writes When I was 10 years old I suffered with female weakness of the worst kind and spent all I had trying to get cured I tried several of the best physi- Â¬ cians but thty all Jailed to cure me I gave up all hope of re- Â¬ covery Finally Dr Hartmans treatment was recommended to me by my teacher who also lent me the money to get the medicine which Dr Hartman prescribed I took the treatment and it nvn niml inn T aui tinm m lnnlll nuuiau buieu inc x nm uun a ucaiiiijr weighing 104 pounds and I owe It all to Dr Hartmans treatment I am sure I would not be living now if it had not been for bis treatmont I cannot holp recommending It to all sufferers and will answer all inquiring letters Any woman wishing to apply for Dr Hartmans free home treatment has only to send age symptoms duration of dis- Â¬ ease when the doctor will prescribe the proper treatment Tho medicine can be obtained by each patient at the nearest drug store Each woman should have a copy of Dr Hartmans latest book on the diseases peculiar to women called Stint free to any Health and Beauty woman by Tho Drug Manufac- Â¬ turing Company Columbus Ohio Pe-ru-- James Witt is working in the paint department Car knockers were complaining of the strong wind Monday A new head light has been purchased for ono of tho engines Thomas Wroo went to Lewlsport SatÂ¬ urday for a weeks stay A gondola was being loaded with Anthracite coal Monday Bookkeeper Harris was not well enough to be on duty Monday Those two popular telegraph operators the Board brothers spent Sunday at home in Hardinsburg Charlie Weudelken takes his evening rounds to see if the boys put in the required number of hours Tillman Fletcher and John Pauley all brothers work in the blacksmith department and each display a muscle equal to Corbett The shrewdest machinist and strictly In his profession notwith- Â¬ standing he wears spectacles la the gen- Â¬ erous John Lee William Sahlie pulls the throttle and has worked himself from wiper up to this position He stands in with the officials and all the boys like him LHenry Wendolken in the wood work department has been connected with the shops ever since Kb construction He thoroughly understands his busi- Â¬ ness George Juugllng brother of Mike Jungltug Is an adept machinest and furthermore a talented musician He i quite handsome too and the girls als smile on him The boys say the oldest employee In the machine department is no other than Uncle Jo Porter To look at him you wculd judge different Ho does bis work with as much ease and 1b as active as a boy of twelve te lb can Baking Powder lb can of Sweet Potatoes lb can of string Beans 2 Hi tnrnf Uhln Mnnlnn 1 can Baked Beans 1 can good Peas lean mustard Sardines 1 can oil Sardines 1 can Deviled Ham 1 can Tomatoea 2 lb can of Applea xuuuace uouie oi iiCKies 10 ounco bottle of Catsup 1 package Elastic Starch 1 quart of soup Beans Clrm kwuu Ttvat wuu tiiili Glass of Table Mustard 1 3 2 o i ir UUUliliy u 11 UU aI UIU JUBU1UU ti IU Ul ii 3 lb can of Peaches 2 lb can of Mince meat i iu uiu vyuuuuuseu lUllK -- Shoe Stand 3 lasts Good brass Padlock with 2 keys C3I 1 II I -l iiu uua ouuu omening An excellent Water Bucket l nackaco Koasted Uouee anv brand Tll-l- g CX i ivu 10c h 01 QCJ iv iin 10c 10c 1UU ioo oa 10c 10c W 10c 10n 05c 05c ft 05c 05c W 05c Jre 05c w3 05c uq iS V4 m IS H uc fit 05c 05c 05c 05c iffl 3 Bring or send your pictures to us to have them framed MAAAWAAAAAAAAAA Breckenridge Normal College HARDINSBURG KY The Teacher und Sclen- rrfwTUDKNTS may enter at anv time and telect their own work title Counei are strong Youne ladles and gentlemen may otitafn certificates County or CW State and good schools after completing our Teachers Course SULZERS I immwmmmmmmmm Teachers admitted VUlE to on Ecnlng Historical Club WC aUARANTCB to every Science student an ability not attained elsewhere torshavehad manyyears active experience in school work Our Instruc The Bay Viewers Ky Jan 31st InviNOTOM 1898 May Be Compromised A Happy Event The tweuty fifth birthday anniversary of Miss Alliene Murray was made the oc- Â¬ casion of a delightfully informal social function Cards were indulged in and refreshments were served The guests were the Misses Bowmer Miss White and Miss Watiidld The charming young hostess was the recipient of many happy congratulations from her friends The Cloverport Pipe Line Company Is among the corporations that were indicted by the grand jury at Frankfort for failing to report for the franchise tax to the Auditor of the state The penal Â¬ ty provided for such negligence is 1000 for the commission of this act of omission and 50 for each day after the satutory limit It ia thought that none of the Indicted corporations will be subjected tq a fine aud that all the cases will be compromised on a satisfactory basis It Is Strange who say they never read patent medicine advertisements will be found lugging home every now and then a bottle of some favorite reme dy of theirs We dont bother you with much reading but just ask you to try a 10c trial bottle of Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin for constipation Indigestion and stomach troubles 50o and 1 00 szes at Chas 0 Martin that some people I have given Chamberlains Cough Remedy a fair test and consider it one of the very best remedies for croup that I have ever found One dose has always been sufficient although I use it freely Any cold my children contract yield yery readily to this medicine 1 can conscientiously recommend It for croup and colds in children Geo E Wolff Clerk of the Circuit Court Fernandiua Fla Sold by A R Fisher Clovorport and R A Shell man Stephensport Â¬ For Philanthropic Purposes will be The attractive home of Miss Lula Owen the scene of an epicurean demon stratlon Wednesday evening The Cloverport Societe Cullnare desFem May Qet an Appointment nles or in other words tho Ladles Cooking Club will meet thero and con- Â¬ The appolntmont of Cicero M Bar coct some vary palatable dishes nett as Survoyor of the Port at Louis- Â¬ ville is a triumph for Senator Deboe A Great Deal It Is confidently thought that Mr Bar of unnecessary expenditure of time and nett will appoint Eugene P McAdams money may be saved if you will only of Hawesville as his Chief Deputy Mr keep a bottle of Dr Caldwells Syrup McAdams Is one of the most popular Pepsin in the house Nine tenths of all men In this section of the Ohio Valley Will Have a Large Output ordinary sickness is from the stomach and is eminently qualified for the posi- Â¬ Rumor has it A D Heron will oper- Â¬ keep that organ in proper condition and ate his lumber mill on an extensive all will be well Syrup Pepsin is a spe- Â¬ tion His friends are legion and Mr scale He has ono of the finest saw Â¬ cific Trial size bottles 10c largo sizes Bar nett could not make a more popular appointment Democrats as well as Re- Â¬ mill plantB in the Ohio valley and when 50c and 100 of Cbas 0 Martin publicans are ready to congratulate it ia erected aud put in operation it will Gene on his appointment which is turn out a large quantity of fine hard- Painful Accident practically a foregone conclusion JT wood lumber and dimension stuff A Another fatality baa been added to the list of hunting accidents of tho season WEBSTER While out shooting in the vicinity of Duke Saturday Charles Kahal accident- Â¬ Aaron Norton is quite sick ally discharged a shot gun The load We told you it Is a wet moon hit Nick Shaad in the hand and inflicted Remember the Adklsson sale Feb 10 a painful wound Both parties live in Will Hill talks of joining the standing the Duke neighborhood One of Americas most fa Â¬ army 1 mous physicians says Scrof-Â¬ He Is Game Jas Skillman Cloyerport was hero ula 2s external consumption Hon Gua Richardson of Guston and last week Scrofulous children are often Benjamau Clarkson of Bg Spring Born to the wife of Bill Norton Jan beautiful children tut they were in town Friday on legal business 20 a boy Mr Richardson had time enough for the lack nerve force strong tones Mrs Wm Hall and baby Prout are boys to show him their stock of fox stout muscles and power to both better hounds and game chickens If there For delicate resist disease Dr Hambleton Cloverport did some ever was a man who enjoys thla class of x children there fi no remedy dental work here last week sport it ia the Hon Augustus T equal to Frank Smith and family of Dig Spring Another Coquet are visiting at W G Jordans Thomas Blythe of Hardlnsbug was Our old friend John Bandy of Red Â¬ in town Saturday and renewed his sub wood lows visited here last week scription to tbe Nkwb and Louisville Ed Triplett is justly proud in conse- Â¬ of Cod liver Oil with Hypo He contemplates making Dispatch quence of tho arrival of a little girl at his phocphltcs of Lime and Soda large purchases in stock this year and house Jan 23 said The Nkws continues to get better It fills out the skin fey putting Mrs Lee Walls and little daughter each issue and he would not be without groodttesh beneath it umuus Carrie of Sample visited Mrs Crawford It lor double the price red fey making rick the checks Beauchamp Sunday blood It create aa appetite Miss My ra Hanks closed a very success for food and jive the feody ful term of school here last Saturday power enough to digest It Be with a nice treat for the children sure you get SCOTTS Emul Joe Olayeowb one of our beet boys 7er IafaaU aid Gkildres sion hesgose to work oa a farm with bis o aej tioo sit druggists bfother laOaw Ben DagM aeer Braa Km BOWXB ChetalsM New York SCOTT MS denbug It Gar eievec afeat Jas Kuris Is laid ap Nothing daunted by mud and slush the Fortnightly club met with Mrs Pig gott on the afternoon of Jan 29th We now have a membership of twenty four Sixteen responded to roll call current with bright and interesting events of Germany which is one of tbe most entertaining features of our meet ings German songs by Mrs L B Moremon and Miss Ellen Munford In their usual captivating style deserves special mention and a paper by Mrs R N Miller comparing tho Legal Status of women in Germany with America bo clearly portrayed the many advant Â¬ ages we American women have that we were forced to think the liberation of our German sisters a good field for misÂ¬ sionary work Owing to the short afternoons and the dread of a moonlight ride by those who lived at some distance we were de- Â¬ prived the pleasure of a visit to German cities and universities aa was intended so a called meeting was ordered by our President for Friday afternoon Feb 4th which will meet with Miss Lillie Mc Glothlan All try and be present and reap tbe benefits so that we may be ready for life among the Germans at our next regular meeting irvejriiiesc o BOARD 2 to TUITION f 8 00 per term 31 1898 225 per week of ten weeks For Information address Third Term Begins January J II B LOGAN VVAWAWVVVVVVVWfWVWVlVVW Brandenburg Normal and High School Spring Term Opens February 1 1S9S A good and Thorough teachers course and business Courses practical and thorough Teach Â¬ department ers well trained and experienced Location pleasant expenses low Tuition in prepatory course- according 3 00 per month in advanced courses to advancement Board in private families 2 00 to 2 50 For Further Information address A C BURTON President or F E HARESY Vice Prcs 444444Si4tl44sl4l4llil44l4l4il444444 A Free Silver Is Good Free Speech Is Metter Yes I am a free silver man and my home is in Texas I am now a medical student at the Kentucky School of Medicine I left my home in Texas last fall one ytar ago and think that I was the most in veterste stutterer in the world I came to Dr G W Randolphs Voire School at 115 Poplar street Memphis Tenn and lam proud to say that he put me to talking as well as anyone the first day and I have not stuttrred one time since and I advise all stutterers to go to see him at once lie Is at the Cap Â¬ ital Hotel Kast Market street Louisville Ky where he has a voice school or you can bo to his voice school in Memphis Tenn or Macon Ga lie lias rine vole trainers at cither place andwill guarantee to cure the most inveterate stutterer In from one to two weeks I do hope that all sufferers who may read this will go to see him or his partners in Memphis or Macon Ga 1 will answer letters ol Inquiry EUGENE LKU1IKTTER If you Inclose a stamp Respectfully T CROFULA Scotts Emulsion cherishes an undying hatred for the in dividual who does succeed Devoid of character himself he ever stands roady to attack the character of the victim of his intense hate who by honest effort and Indomitable will has pushed to the front while he loitered in idleness with hi 1 calumnious tongue when the occasion suits Or if thero is some vile ljttle two by four paper convenient he will dash oifalot of nasty billinggato attacking the character of the object of his extreme hatred and have it published along with similar communications from other points by kindred spirits Unfortunately nearly every community has one or mora ot those characters aud while they pro Â¬ bably belong to the genus homo tuey T B Henderson our most excellent are usually referred to as human para Â¬ Sunday school superintendent and loader sites We aro ready to admit that they of our prayer meeting Is always In his ure an annoyance yet they are weighed place oxcept in case of sickness or when See Wbat We Olve for Oaly 10 Ccats he goes to attend tbe church meetings Tako Notice You are given a choice ol one o the lollowing articles and W G Jordan an old and highly reÂ¬ for only 10 cents Lord THK 1IOMK S months Lilles Daughter by Char spected citizen of this community died lollew raeme Hook of 60 pages on Crocheting Monday Jan Si Mr Jordan had long and Knlttingi or a Stamping Outfit of 66 patterns many new designs Including centerpieces dodles K been an Invalid and was bedridden sev Â¬ noted will be continued for which 1 he Home U the fashion and Fancy A large Work departments will be kept op to a high stand eral weeks before his death rd Kate Sanborn will continue her bright OrT BHber of relatives and Mends mourn Hsnd Talks and every one of the numerous DeÂ¬ with sore eyes and Tom Compton will sell you a ticket or check your baggage in his stead Henry Kurtz had a valuable steer smothered in a straw rick last week and another was nearly smothered when he found him lira Margaret Col pan after several months visit to her daughter Mrs L II Adkisson returned to her home in Louis-Â¬ ville last week We know of no better or more faithful nurse than T G Jordan who has been constantly at the bedside of his uncle W G Jordan for the past week Thlltorfcs hlade Let the American coascience speak out ia thnaderott toaes and its voice BOHud ad rvsoHBd around the world UH partments will be Increased and made brighter Illustrated ljtmium List or outfit for cunvassinc sent lrco THlt HOMK PUB CO 141 Milk St lloston Mass CASTOR A N HlllimiMMH tfs its reverberations Yeseh every hill top and valley aad cosapsl pala to listen to Is hereby given that at the next regular terra of the Brcckeuridfte Fiscal Court 10 be held at 1 lard Ins the voles of ressoB tho volee of liberty buig Ky on the jth day or April iftyS the saM Court contemplates making an order funuW Mm Liberty seeks another houe sad tbs bonded indebtedness of the K K Taxed District SHeeesn of tbe Cuban bolllgsreata aassju iwhich consists of the Hardinsburg Magisterial ristrictaadpartof the Forks ol Hough aaotlior flg UBfurlsd to the bmss HaalmtUI District at a lower rate ofor Mails Tin tha- - ekaMabosysW U dotMsstad to Ml govraBMt sad hasaaa Mil wtrimm at terow draw whichtetlet aix asr CntYit the lateation ef UWtty aid boissW aad for hs ikf aekars ia Usair 4 ike aaaotaax ol uU latent ih kit mlmUd people dotsst a loth tower rale of bWretf btloie Trlfrmasl tana ot u be deunaJued at the mid Bvioos prejudiced Coast Jsalous sMMi Hy order of Ike Fiscal Court tiibptitUit pifmy On 1110 asm hmmhlkbcm Atiy u litjiturf a Hard uhtir1 mr Kv j a mmh ol Ufa bisBMU tad wbo yfj j7 m NOTICE THE BRMCiKBtNRIDam NWS 0LkOYElIFORT KY TIIE WEEKS EVENTS ITEMS FALLS OF ROUGH Miss Mary Peyton visited Glendeano last week Mr Leal I o Brack was tho guest ot Miss Bell Davison Sunday Mrs John Day of Rock Vale has beon qulot ill for some timo Mr Harl and daughter are the guests of Mis Kittle Davison Dr Dempster is very much Improved in health wo are glad to hear Mr and Mrs Ed Adams spont tho holidays with relatives in Cloverport Mrs Smith Quertermous entertained her young friends Thursday evening Mr Hardin Poter slopped with Mr M W Stone whllo working with his logs last week Mr M W Stone delivered to Dr Dempster some nlco net pork at a good price last week Mr Robert Ohambliss and Miss Zilpab Ohambllss were tho guests of Miss Cora Wingate Sunday Letters from Chicago state that the Ice harvesters are puting up ico oil of the lake a foot thick Several families at this place had to move out ot their houses on account ot the high water The hard winds of last week unroofed a big barn and shed on Lank Fentress place also blew down a lot of fencing The floods have receded and naviga- Â¬ tion is resumed with as much yim and energy as though there is no mud to Im Â¬ pede progress Mr and Mrs Joe Howard of Rock Vale entertained quiet a number of youths and maidons to supper a few evenings past Col Green Robert Chamblies of this place John Dean and Jesse Moorman of Glendeane went to Hardinsburg on business last week Col Green lost one of his Shetland ponies the other day while herding them one of them fell over an embank- Â¬ ment and broke its neck dying instant Â¬ ly Oh yo Hearalds of spring I why sleep eththou Why this blustering wind winter has surely flown for Mr Crlt Burton was Been breaking up corn ground by a neighbor during the recent down pour of rain Mies Mary Peyton on account of the mud and so much rain was compelled to discontinue her studies at Glendeane but she has a nice little class at home which she is teaching with much credit to herself and pupils Mr Hardin Porter was so fortunate as to secure about eighty three ot his fine saw log which were in the creek near Goshen church He got them rafted and brought them down near the mouth of Rock Lick during the recent high water Mr W II Chanibliss has secured the services of Prof Burnet to teach his chil Â¬ dren Mr Burnet is a graduate in Mu- Â¬ sic Latin Greek and seems to be an able teacher and those who wish a teach- Â¬ er thoroughly qualified should patronize him for really he is a talented man Messrs Jones and Cooper with banjo and violin spent Friday evening at Mr W II Chambliss Sweet music sped the hours away pleasantly The other guests were Miss Cora Wingate little Jessie Stone Messrs John Eskridge Robert and David Chambliss News reaches me to day that Miss Nan Â¬ nie J Green is just married though I did not learn the particulars My dear teacher may your path through life be strewn with sweetest flowers and flooded with brightest suushlne of love and hap- Â¬ piness is the wish of a former pupil jF T JltijrrMs3siB iyI jB ifv SALE OF STOCK FIXTURES RENT OF STOREHOUSE ANYONE desirous of a good paying investment IIERE IT IS This is one SELECTED AND ARRANGED FOR CONVENIENCE VMS A Book OUR RECORD OF SIM WE CURE NERVOUS Sny One Msy llecome Thoroughly In Â¬ formed on Lending Krenti of the Day by Simply Glxnclng Down This Column No Long-- Story I Necessary Saturday Tho Standard Coflln company of Cin- Â¬ for Young and Old of the oldest mercantile houses in Cloverport centrally located sell the stock and fixtures as a whole for a reasonable figure Will FOR FURTHER INFORMATION WRITE TO W H BOWMER OLOVERPORT KENTUOKY IWJ VttXXJVgiCimDVFXKIOVC SON LJ A Short Sad Story A Cold Breckenridge News 1898 WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 2 Advertise If you have romethiog good to sell Advertise it To the world its merits tell Advertise it I If true worth it does possess And youd make it a success Boom it through the press Advertise it If for it youd mako a name Advertise it Win for it extensive fame Advertise it Make it known on every hand Popular throughout the land Let its praises wide expand Advertise it Day by day through all the year Advertise it Make its merits very clear Advertise it Do not throw a chance away Do not stop a single day If youd make your business pay Advertise it Let your biz be loudly heard Advertise it Mako of it a household word Steadily your plans pursue Profits surely will accrue If judiciously you do Advertise it National Advertiser Wo left here Inn 17th at 4 p m crossed the river where we had to stop to have our baggog overhauled by the officers which took about an hour The officers were very polite and pleasant in the performance of their duties After PELLVILLE The wind last week did considerable damage hero to trees and fencing Hilary Bruner went to Owensboro on business Wednesday of last week Robert Creager and wife of Knotts ville visited relatives here last week Herbert Bennett of Central City who has been visiting relatives returned home last week The young people had a nice soiree at Mlley Longs Thursday night Those present say it was a pleasant affair The debate here Friday night was well The Herbert brass band was on hand and between speeches mado splendid music Miss Ida Moseley of Livermore and Miss Theresa Moseley of Owensboro visited their uncle Mort Moseley of this place last week Misses Ada Ida and Dollie Jett who have been teaching n Henderson were expected home Monday Mrs Thomas Jett has been dangerously ill but is now much better The News of last week was a thing of beauty and a joy forever chock full of news and good reading matter It appears like a wave of prosperity has hit it n jolter and caused it to laugh outright Bion Moseley hauled a load of tobacco to Whitesville recently which had been sold for 7 SO and 1 The buyer began docking and Bion had it reloaded and hauled it home He sajs no man shall dock my tobacco The way we need a few more mer- Â¬ chants here is a sin Only one store and small grocery in a country like this ia awful Some man come and fill one of the many empty store houses here with goods and our word for it ho will make money Misses Ireacy Long Eula Bristow Ethel Hunter Minnie Long Bertha Brown Sada Obinchaln Katie Alsip Sue Obinchaln and Katie Temple and Messrs Ira Loyd Henry Skinner Estoll Berry and Walter Skinner called on Misses Ida and Theresa Moseley Sunday evening A splendid social was trlven bv Mrs 8 Temple Monday night ot last week The youugsters appeared to enjoy themselves as they never did before Several were present from a distance Among whom were Miss Theresa Mosely of Owensboro and Miss Ida Mosely of Livermore Messrs Henry Milligan and Walter Skinner of Herbert and Herbert Ben Â¬ nett of Central City The young men of town and surround ing commuuity presented Rev J D ilocker a valuable overcoat last Sunday as a token of their appreciation of his kindness towards them during the time he has preached here He was so over- Â¬ come he could not thank them nnd just leaned over the pulpit and blessed them in language so kind and sweet that many were mado to shed tears If all preach Â¬ ers would be more sociable with the worldly young men and follow the ex nmploof younz J D Hocker doubtless tliere would be more god done than there is by the foolishness of preaching Â¬ FREE SILVER MEXICO A Delightful Clime Where The Sun Shines The Boies Bloom GREENBACKS BRING TWO FOR ONE The Hon B F Beard Writes Entertain- Â¬ ingly or His Trip in The Far West Hotel del JaminTiik Garden Hotel 1ST CO INUEIKNDICKCIA Jan M 1898 Editor STilEkT No 5 MEXIHiitcKENRiDQE Â¬ New b Cloveiuoiit Kv Fiiikni John As you requested me to write you wnilo on this trip I will spend a little time in complying with that request as I have no scarcety of time We procured tickets lieesie and I at Louisville for Los Angttles California and sleeper berths to San Autonla Texas left Lous ville Jan 13th at 925 p m on the I J road arrived at New Orleans the next evening about 7 30 crossed the river in a ferry boat hitched our sleeper on to the Southern Pacific train and got under way again about U oclock The route through Texas seems to be very sparsely settled The land looks to be good but ebons great lack of sufficient rain though I suppose it furnishes good grazing for cattle and the Muskeet trees which produce a kind of bean that ans wers for food and drink The trees grow a convenient height for cattle to feed on We arrived at San Antonia Jan 15 at 5 p m a city of 00000 people stayed all night here saw the Old Alamo build Â¬ Â¬ providing ourselves with same Mexican currency in which exchango no received 212 for SI in greenbacks We were comfortably settled in the sleeper on the Narrow gage road and bid adieu to the best country ou the globe and start- Â¬ ed on our way to the City of Mexico We made no stop from Laredo to the City There is nothing of very much interest to noto on this run of about a thousand miles Of course everything is strange nnd diilcrent from our country but there is a very great sameness The most of the country on this route looks like a barren desert the land looks dry and parched the gronth cactus nnd palms principally the natives at a gener- Â¬ al thing yery poor and half clad Whilst this is a very old country it seems to be yet in a very crude state I think there is a tlue opening here for investment in manufacturing One thing greptly favor Â¬ ing this is that this country has a natural protective tariff in the cheap living and consequently cheap labor We arrived in the City Jan 19 7 am and are pleasantly located in this Hotel del Jardiu We pay S3 a day for a dou Â¬ ble room and our meals at the restaurant attached cost about the same This seems high but it is Mexican money which is a little less than half of ours Whilst this country is free silver it is practically ou a gold basis Mexican money and everything else of value is measured by United States money This city hai a population of 350000 and 305 churches nearly all Catholic Have been very busy since our arrival sight seeing in this wonderful city It would take too much time and too much space in your paper to try to describe in detail what we have seen and we have only spent about half the time we calcu- Â¬ lated to stay Tho moat prominent places of interest visited is the Cathre dral the original building is over 300 years old with a great deal of modern improvement ndded The architecture inside and out is wonderful Tne Nation- Â¬ al Museum in which there is a great dis Â¬ play of tho handy work of the ancient Aztec race iu stone imiucs and other strange thing Oao very wonderful thing that I may mention Is theairrafi cial Btone A large squate block of stoim with a place chiseeled out in the center large enough for n person to sit in crop legged whore the ancients offering them Â¬ selves as u BacridoH would sit and hav their hearts cut out nnd given to the God they worship In here we saw Max imllliaus Carringi of Mate tlio grentert thing I ever caw of the vehicle kind it has mver been used but once siiicj Maxiraillians death and that wan encort IngGen Grant on the occaHion of hie visit here went to the nrtgillurynnd nut to the bating gardens etc etc and as we are hero to see and learn all we can of the manners ami customs of this country we could not nffonl to leave without witnessing tho National enter Â¬ tainment the bull fight so wo procured tickets at 5 a piece this being a very renowned lijht and weut to Bee tho barbarous amusement we btnyed until there were two horses killed and three bulls done up and some ladies that wore with me and myself become disgusted with the exhibition of cruelty anil left before it was half over but I mi nt II ml stopping place The cimate hero is just delightful tho nights and morning are cool but after 0 oclock you want to hunt tliH Bhady side of the street We will resume our trip to California about the middle of this week Los Angeles will be our flrnt Bton please send my News to mo at that placa B F Be b Â¬ Neglect Pneumonia Grief Had Foleys Honey and Tar been used this story would have had a happier end Â¬ ing A R Fisher Cloverport j R A Shellmnn Stephensport Gordon Ilaynes Patesvillo E A Witt Hardins burg Another Lay Sermon Brother D says bear not tho yoke with tho unbeliever and claims it to mean where and what christians must do while it only pertains to marriage 1st Cor 7 chap 13 and 14 And if any woman have a husband that believ eth not and ho consent to live with her let her not put away her husband For the unbelieving husband is sanci tilled by the believing wife and the unbelieving wife is sancitiQed by the believing hus Â¬ band Otherwise your children should be unclean but now they are holy Tho church militant is composed of creatures and the flesh is weak in deed none knowing whether they be worthy of love or hatred and as to the worlds opinion it matters not The world crucified our Lord nnd why should it eay what I must do to serve God To serve God renounce the world and nil its pride A true christian can and may go any where with a hope to admonish the sin- Â¬ ner Our Saviour Himself entered into hell not because it was necessary but to give us an example of duty to instruct the ignorant and counsel the doubtful at all times and in all places again Brother D says that it is against the rules of most of the churches iu this country for their members to get drunk falsify gamble or break the Sabbath Now Brother D is it not a fact Unit it is sgainst the rules of Gods church or churches as you wi h for any one affili Â¬ ating with it to do or say any cf these or if there is a church on earth that hucIi ia not against its ruling I would like to know its name As to turning a man out of church for a wrong done is not Christ Ian for God is mercy and instead of turning the sinner away askes him to repent aud nowhere has He given man power to lift from man tho baptism of penance This He gave to each one of us for as often as man asks God will forgive as put by our divine Saviour Sin is wrlttou against us and like sand when a wind comes it is blown away So as often as you repent and ask for giveness just as often will God forgive For he hath said the heart is perverse above all things and unsearchable Who can know it I am the Lord who searcheth the heart and prove the reins who gives to every man according to his way and according to the fruits of his device So in conclusion will sty let him not who is houselesspull down the houses of auotherbut let him labor dil- Â¬ igently and build one for himself Â¬ Â¬ cinnati has assigned Fire destroyed half tho business places In Hoffman Minn President Diaz of Mexico Is prepar Â¬ ing to visit the United States Relations between France and Eng- Â¬ land becomo more Btralned every day fjcnornl sir Daniel Lysons constable of tho tower of London since 1890 Is dead Christian Kline who was mysteri ously shot In Cincinnati Thursday night is dead J J Korns 30 a druggist of Ports- Â¬ mouth O was put off a train and froze to death Wllhelf Myers proprietor of a gents furnishing store hanged himself in Fort Wayne Ind The clock was turned back in tho Georgia legislature and now tho valid- Â¬ ity of laws aro questioned on that score Friday Revolution In Salvador seems una- Â¬ voidable Great Britain agrees to defend China against Russia Genoral Arangueren insurgent was killed In Cuba Canada Is organizing a strong naval militia for the lakes A report from Chicago says coal is to bo advanced 25 cents per ton Doc Ball fell from his bunk in tho Indiana reformatory and broke his neck Tho supreme court of Virginia has decided that newspapers must pay ex- Â¬ cise taxes Charles L Draper has been convict- Â¬ ed of murdering Charles L Hastings at Jacksonville Ills The insurance commissioner of Cal- Â¬ ifornia has been enjoined from can- Â¬ celing licenses of foreign companies Tho sailors on the British bar Mar- Â¬ lon which has arrived at Tacoma Washington mutlned at Bca Thursday Dr Brown will make a public con- Â¬ fession in San Francisco Rich gold mines havo been discov- Â¬ ered In Glllesplo county Tex Three men were fatally injured by the falling of a scaffold in New York It is now claimed that if Dreyfus gave up any secrets Russia got them Mrs Sarah C Demlng 88 the rich- Â¬ est woman In Indiana is dead In Terrs Haute Edward Ohelnsteich who fills a pau- Â¬ pers grave in Chicago has inherited 400000 Esti 1870 250000 DISEASED BLOOD SKIN PRIVATE MEN DISEASES CURED 250000 YOUNG HAN v Aim uriii M Imiiio uuiini 4 snticTiiiti ijiimjtiNOY sn- Ulllir HIIAINH UMNAlllKAli UIO-UltAllUE3KUNiYand IJLADDEU when Ignorant of the torrlblo crimo you woro commuting uinyouoniconaiuor the fnsclnntln nlinreincnlS of this evil hnbltr When too lato to aroiJ tho ter rlblo remits wcro your cjrs ojiened to your peril Did you later on in man Â¬ hood contract nnr PHI VATIi or 1IL001 diacatoT Wcro you cured T Doyounow nnd then co Homo alarming rymptoma Daro you marry in your proont con Â¬ You know JI KIJ IATIIIill dition LUCK BON If married nro you con atnntlylltlnirin drend Is marrlago n you on account of any ncak fniluro Willi noas caused oy early abuio or later ex Â¬ cesses Hare you been drugped vtith mercury This liooklct will point out to you tho rojull of llioo crimen nnl ixiltit out how our NKW MIU11UD TUKAT JiIKNT will positively enro you It ehownhow thousands ha o beon cared by our NKW IKliATMKNT It CUIUS prorej how wo can ilUAUANTJIH TO ANV CUKAliLI 0A8K OK NO PAY Wo troat ami euro AMISSIONS to0 CURED diseases CURES GUARANTEED Tho Wages of Sin fent frco hy cncloHng 2e stamp CONSULTATION FIIIU If unablo to call wrlto for OIIKHTTON I1LANK for 1IOMK TBEATMBNT Kennedys Kergan 122 W FOURTH STREET CINCINNATI O AeTs ser jJ ikSTsTsTi tiWl sfsrsl tK fcgil -- DRS lteoompensea Tho Jimson girls woro awfully cnW up when their father married ngain werent thoy Yob thoy were until they found thoir new mothor was just their sizo Now they borrow her clothes Boa ton Travolor NOTFOR EVERYTHING But it you havo kidney liver or blad Â¬ der trouble you will find Swamp Root just the remedy you need People are not apt to get anxious about their health soon enough If you are not quite well or half sick have you ever thought that your kidneys may be the cause of your sickness It is easy to tell by setting aside your urine for twenty four hours a sediment or settling indicates an unhealthy condi- Â¬ tion of the kidneys When urine stains linen it is evidence of kidney trouble Too frequ ent desire to urinate scanty supply pain or dull ache in the back is also convincing proof that the kidueys and bladder need doctoring There is satisfaction in knowing that the great remedy Dr Kilmers Swamp Root fulfills every wish in relieving weak or diseased kidneys and all forms of blad- Â¬ der and urinary troubles Not only does Swamp Root give new life and activity to the kidneys the cause of trouble but by treating the kiJneys it acts as a tonic for the entire constitution It you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists price fifty cents and one dollar or by mentioning the Breck enridqe News and sending your address to Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y you may have a sample bottle of this great discovery sent to you free by mail jt j3 The capture of the insurgent govern- Â¬ ment headquarters in Cuba proves to be a fake Wednesday Brother Guston Kv A and Sibter B Cancer Of What pleasure is there in life with a headache constipation and bilhousness Thousands experience them who could become perfectly healthy by using De- Mrs Laura E Witts Little Early Risers the famous 6ays A small color appeared little pllls Short Ilaynes began to grow the Face Paralyletlc Stroke ing which has quite a tragic history that it will pay you to look up if you are not familiar with it We procured tickets here for the City of Mexico on the Mexi can National Road left at 9 a in arriv- Â¬ ed at Laredo at 4 p m Failing to g t our trunks transferred intime for our train we laid over here twenty four hours for them This is a city of 20 000 or 25000 divided by the Rio Grand river which Is the dividing line between the United States and Mexico called tiie Gate City It Is about one third American and two thirds Mexican quite an interesting place on account of Its very old Mexican buildings etc We visited the Southern Methodist Seminary or Mission School here in which Miss Annie Basset and Miss Mary Alien spent sometime m teachers We were very agreeably surprised to find a much larger and better equipped institution than we bd My Idea of They have a large eompasn Idont know how many acres bossntlfuUy Jayed off and set la flowers sad sbrabery Ther have tea large and well furnished bulldog m ven other schools In tbtfrieut IumMuii iu Jitxfco Â¬ Oh Howjfiankfiil nnd Hope -I- Pain Was Maddonlna Had Boon AbardonoJ Vondor-ful Clood pain cumo my left knee which grew Worse and worse and finally a soro broke out aboo the lane It discharged a great dial and the pain The diseases cured by Hoods Sareapa from my thigh down was maddening Large hard purple spots appeared on my rllla are many because most ailments leg I suffered In this way for years disappear as soon as the blood is enriched and gave up all hopo of over being cured and purified by it My wife was rOadlng of a caso llko mine cured by Hoods BarsaparllU and sho Here is what Peter Cooper who died sdvUed me to try It I began taking It worth many millions said of a newspa Â¬ snd when I had used a few bottles I per In all the towns where a newspa Â¬ found relief from my Buffering Ob per is published every man should ad how thankful 1 am for this relief I I am vortise in it if nothing more than a card stronger than r have ever been in my life I am In the best of health havo a good stating his name and the business he is appetite and am a new man iliniwtimrii in It does not only pay the advertiser but it lets the people at a distance know J P Moons Lisbon Falls Malm the town ia which you reside Is a pros- Â¬ perous community of business men As the seed is sown so the seed recompenses Is the test In act tlia One True Wood Purifier Never pull down your sign while you ex Â¬ Hoods PHIs cure all llrer Ills7aa eeiitsT pect to do business Peat and Printer A very severe 1 1 Results of Punflns tho Dr O Pulliam suffered a stroke of par Â¬ alysis last week and since has been in a dangerous condition belrg for somo time unable to talk or move He is slightly improved hut remiins in a very serious stato Some two years ago he had an attack of paralysis from which he has never fully recovered The doctor is one of our best citiz ins a good man and we sincerely hope he may yet recov- Â¬ er to enjoy the full measure of a ripe old ago O ray son Gazette A Real Blood Remedy blood Send Mims of Dawson Ga pimple of a strawberry on my cheek it soon rapidly notwithstand Â¬ ing all efforts to check it My eye became terribly inflamed and was so swollen that for quite a while I could not see The doctors said I had Cancer of the most malignant type and nfter ex hansting their efforts without doing me pave anv pood thev O At up me case as nopeiess wnen in Â¬ formed that my father had died from the same disease they said I must die as hereditary Cancer was incurable At this crisis I was advised to trv SSS and in a short while the Cancer began to discharge and continued to do so for three months then it began to heal I continued the medicine a while longer until the Cancer disappeared en- Â¬ tirely This was several years ago and there has been no return of the disease Cancer is a blood disease and only a blood remedy will cure it SSS guaranteed purely vegetable is a real bood remedy and never falls to per tanently cure Cancer Scrofula Eczema Rheumatism or any other disease of the Hoods o on Cancer and mailed free to any address Swift Specific Co Atlanta Ga I sss for our books Blood Diseases Rev Levi Church of Chicago Is dead Three men were killed by a dyna mite explosion in Duluth Rev Brown says ho will remain In San Francisco as long as he has any friends Joseph O Carter of Honolulu has arrived In Washington to oppose an- Â¬ nexation Arizona Oklahoma and New Mexico statehood bills have been killed in committee Chlneso pirates have made murder- Â¬ ous raids on European settlements in the orient Tho Nicaragua canal Is said to be practicable for three fourths of tho original estimate George Somervllle 2G a tramp has Sadly Mlimated just married a widow worth 20000 Croup the great enemy ot childhood at Stoux City la Mrs Erinihy No marrlago is not succumbs at once to the soothing influ- what singln pcrsoiin think it is I used Tueiday Sixty men left Stamford Conn for ence ot Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey to think that Liiuihy uud I wcro made Bronchial directions lose their danger for ouo another hut wo aro Badly mis the Klondike Omaha Indians want 850000 from when this great remedy is at hand No mated Mrs Person Why you Eurpriso me home should be without it the government Mrs Briuiby Alas it is too truo At Dover Ky a child was born with He tells me I talk iu my sleep and Im Prepared In Hunches hair an inch long Frankfort KyJan 29 The Frank- Â¬ Euro that ho often sleeps whllo I talk Steve Stone was shot and killed by lin county grand Jury reconvened after Boston Transcript his son In Floyd Ky a weeks rest during which It Is said An English syndicate will erect a the commonwealths attorney has pre- Â¬ THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE steel plant in Birmingham Ala pared Indictments bythebunch against Rich gold strikes have been made on the corporations of tho state for fail- Â¬ Lung Troubles aid Consumption Can be Hunker creek in British Columbia ure to report Cured A skeleton of a human being was Destroyed by Fire found in a hollow tree at Dunkirk O Somerset Ky Jan 29 Fire de- Â¬ An Eminent New York Chemist and Scien- Â¬ The equivalent of 1844 window glass stroyed three business blocks The pots are now in operation in tho Unit- Â¬ loss is about 80000 Insurance tist Makes a Free Offer to Our 10 ed States 000 Readers Tho Diamond Match company has There are three little things which do been sued for 750000 damages in Mar- Â¬ more work than any The distinguished New York chemist other three little inette Wis things created they are the ant the bee T A Slocum demonstrating his discov- Â¬ Monday andDeWitts Little Early Risers the ery of a reliable and absolute euro for Censorship over foreign nowspapers famous little pills for stomach and liver Consumption pulmonary Tuberculosis trouble Short Ilaynes has been abolished in Havana and alt bronchial throat lung and Lord William Novlll was arrested in Ludicrous chest diseases stubborn coughs catarrhal London for forgery And now I think ovorythlng Is ar- affections general decline and weakness Three men were killed by a boiler ranged said tho theatrical manager loss of flesh and all conditions of wast Â¬ lighting bis cigar explosion in Madison Wis And what days will wo be paid asked ing away will send THREE FREE BOT Â¬ Soventeen persons were killed in a tho newly engaged Thespian TLES all different of his New Discov- Â¬ colliery accident near Brussels Now 1 Boy my mun camo from tho William Brown of Jeffersonvlllo smiling lunnngor I didnt ongngo you as eries to any ailllcted reader of the Bbeck ENnmaE News writing for them u humorist London Tit Bits Ind shot his wife and himself His New Scientific Treatment has No army officers will be allowed to Adrantaf t of Learning- by Experience cured thousands permanently by its testify at tho Emtio Zola trial in Paris Thero aro some things said Mr dog timely use and he considers it a simple R H Kranz phrenologist deserted llm that wo learn only by closo application nnd continued study in the things of professional duty to sufftirlng humanity his wlfo and children in Lexington expcrlonco one sometimes acquires a com- - to donate a trial ot his infallible cure Ky New Science dally develops new wonders It cost tho reorganized Union Pacific pleto education in a single lesson York Sun Railroad company 20402 to incorpor- Â¬ and this great chemist patiently experi Â¬ A few months ego Mr Byron Every menting for years has produced results ate in Colorado Charles H Ducll of New York has of Woodstock Mich was badly flltcUd as beneficial to humanity as can be been nominated for commissioner of with rheumatism His right leg wis claimed by any modern genius His as Â¬ patents vice Benjamin Buttorworth swolen the full length causing him sertion that lung troubles and consump- Â¬ deceased great suffering He was advised to try tion are curable in any climate is proven Chamberlains Pain Balm The first by heartfelt letters of gratitude filed Mr Ward L Smith of Frederlckslown bottle of It helped him considerably and in his American and European laborator M was troubled with chronic diarrhoea the second bottle effected a cure The ies In thousands from those cured in all for over thirty years He had become 23 and 60 cent sizes are for sale by A It parts of the world fully satfoeu that it was only a question Fisher Cloverport and It A Shellacs Medical experts concede that bron Â¬ of a short time until he would have to Stephensport chial ebest and lung troubles lead to give up He had been treated by some Coaearaption whlen uninterrupted of the best physicians In Europe and Handicapped means speedy and certain death got no permanent relief What is versatility Anerleabut Simply write to T A Slocum M O Versatility is having so many tal Â¬ One ray ha picked up a newspaper and ehaneed to read an advertisement of ents that ytw cant gee time to stake n 96 Pine street New York giving post office and express address and the roe Ohtan Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diar Â¬ living with any one of thaw goReooriL medicine will be promptly sent Buffer rhoea Remedy He got a bottle of It era should take Instant advantage of his the first dose helped him and Its eon generous proposition U by A tinued use him For auc wis ar H Slake Cloverport nnd B A SUsll Fleeee Ull the Doctor that yon av his MPpMS knan atspheaapofi offbi in the BnncaftMBjuoa Msm L Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ nrd oMvoatrixJu j