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THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS AXOa VOL XXII THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUAKY 9 1898 nOUQHLY HANDLED CLOVEKPOKT ing the usual notification to send for the remains of the bravo representative of the United States Speaker Hoed Is dotenalned that con Â¬ gress shall finish its labors ond got away home by the 1st of June Ho is bending all his energlis to that end But the sen ate has something to say about that and tho senate of tho United States Is tin one respect at least whit It claims to be the most dlgnlflod legislative body ont earth It cannot ba hurried Â¬ NO 30 POINTED PARAGRAPHS Royal makes the lood purs wholesome and dttlclous ARGUMENT A SERIOUS Warden of Kentucky Not IK Ilrlbed Inltf ntlary Contd 3 NOT MUCH FOR HAWAII Annexationists Make Capital Out of the Eastern Situation IMPORTANCE OF COALING STATION MISTAKE Made By an Indiscreet cian at Laurclvillc Qlrl Who Was In a Delicate Condition Died Very Suddenly In Ills Office Major of the Kentucky penitentiary attempted to kill a R A Hancock man who Insulted him A stranger representing himself as the vice president of a certain north- Â¬ ern company manufacturing leather seats for chairs tried to sell the peni- Â¬ tentiary a big lot of goods Ho sat about tho ofllco until ho and the major woro alone Then he handed the ma- Â¬ jor an envelope Tho major finally opened It and found n 20 gold piece Major Han- Â¬ cock Is a very mild man but when his Integrity is questioned he becomes un- Â¬ He knocked tho visitor reasonable down and tried to cut his throat with a pocketkntfe Tho vlco president said he would sign a paper telling why ho offered the Insult and tho major released his grasp Tho paper stated that a Chica- Â¬ go man told him that this was the way to get contracts at all prisons and par- Â¬ ticularly In Kentucky HER HUSBAND KILLED A Kentucky Woman Is Charted With a Serious Crime Frankfort Ky Feb The warden WORRIED Double Murderer About His Summary of the Latest Ocneral News Told Briefly For Hasty Perusal Physi- Â¬ Unconcerned Saturday WALTKtl WBLUUX Fate HER PARAMOUR Six firemen perished In a Arc In ton Bos- Â¬ CONGRESSIONAL SUMMARY Both of the Johnsons of the House of Representatives Live at the Same Boarding House In the Senate Washington Feb 1 The army bill 23143492 and tho legislative Judi Â¬ 21603620 cial and exccutlvo bill were passed Washington Feb 2 Mr Clark of Wyoming said his voto for the1 Teller resolution was conslstcntand ha would not bo read out of tho Republican KILLED HIS WIFE AND and the And Smoked Cigarettes During Ills CORONER HOLDS HIM RESPONSIBLE Preliminary Hearing Indica- Â¬ tions are That His HIND IS NOT EXACTLY SOUND Feb 7 Montgomery W Va George P Tucker who killed his wife and Will McAllister had a prelimin Â¬ ary hearing and was committed to Jail Without ball Evidence given goes to show that the intimacy between the dead couplo had existed for somo months prior to the tragedy Belief that Tucker Is mentally un balanced Is gaining ground based upon his queer actions Dr S K Owens who attended him when he was chopped In the head by his wife two years ago testified that considerable brain matter Issued from the wound In the head and that for n long time afterward Tucker was Irra- Â¬ tional and had not been the same man since He paid 1000 for a piece of property and sold it for 500 in three weeks time During the trial which lasted all night Tucker sat unconcerned smok Â¬ ing cigarettes and joining In the laughter Incident to cross examination of witnesses He expressed a deslro to sco his dead wlfo before going to Jail Goshorn Was Trapped Charleston W Va Feb 7 In tho Goshorn trial J A Jarrett chief dep- Â¬ uty in the county clerks office testi- Â¬ fied that the road orders alleged to have been stolen by Goshorn wero put In a fllo case for the purpose of ascer Â¬ taining whether Goshorn would take them as R A Coleman another dep- Â¬ uty of the county clerk had warned him that Goshorn would tako them for the purpose of getting ex Sheriff Sll man Into trouble that after taking them Goshorn had surrendered the pa- Â¬ pers to him Jarrett stating that he had got the papers from Deputy Cole- Â¬ man He also testified that the orders having been paid and canceled were of no commercial value Negotiations Hare Ceased Benwood W Va Feb 4 The em- Â¬ ployes at the Wheeling Iron and Steel companys works ceased negotiations with the company on the proposed cut of 10 to EO per cent in wages which is to take effect Feb 21 The men will Insist upon the continuance of the old scale and will disregard and nght against the acceptance of the new scale The heaters and helpers who went out on a strike against tho In proposi- Â¬ crease to tion will remain out until tho trouble Is settled Gave Illiuielf Up Louisville Feb 7 Claude Alexan Â¬ der son of Mrs Sallle Alexander and a fugitive from justice has returned to surrender himself and be with his mother during her trial for the murder of Miss Laura Walsberger by a crimi- Â¬ nal operation Alexander was onco a policeman In this city Eight years ago he was accused of robbing H J Brady of a gold watch He gave bond of 250 and skipped out He wandered around the country regularly sending remittances to his mother until he heard of her trouble He declares that he can not believe her guilty party And Many Complications Result Speaker Reed Favors an Early Afjiurnment Special Tho Feb 8 friends of tho nnnoxntlon of Hawaii have mado a point on tbelr adversaries by using us an Illustration tho cxperionco of tho German and Kusslnn Hoots In tho far east ern waters It will bo renicmborud that the cablo dlspatohoB told us a few days ngo that tho Hussion fleet at Port Arthur was badly hntuporod by lack of coal A Jopa npso contractor who had undertaken to supply tho fleet had defaulted on his con- Â¬ tract and tho big ships woro left without fuel About tho samo time came news that tho fleet of Prlnoo Henry of Germany which had sailed from tho fatherland with such a flourish of trumpets had been stalled in tho Indian ocean on account of a look of fuel As a matter of fact tho German fleet had boon compellod to do pend upon tho courtosy of England for fuel at various points along tho route These foots have served to bring to tho front tho very great Importance of having coaling Btatlons in various parts of tho world whoro It Is expected fleets aro to inanouvor Great Britain long ago realized this and tho result is that all over tho world that nation has Immense supplies of fuel No other for her battleships and cruisers power approaches England In the complete noes of arrangements for coaling outfitting repairing and cleansing the bottoms of Caval vessels no matter where they may bo and no othor nation approaches England In control of independent cablo lines for direction of tho fleets In tlmo of WASHINOTOW Â¬ Provision Washington Feb 3 mado for representation at the inter Â¬ national fisheries exposition at Ber- Â¬ gen Norway Hawaiian treaty con- Â¬ sidered In executive session Washington Feb 4 Senator Caf fery spoke against seating Corbett of Oregon Agricultural appropriation bill passed Washington Feb 6 SenatoJ- - Lind Â¬ say said he was not tho agent of the Kentucky legislature and would vote on all matters in accordance with his convicitons In tho House Washington Feb 1 The Teller sil- Â¬ ver resolution was defeated 182 to 132 Laurelvllle O Feb 7 Miss Bessie Neff 20 of Adelphl came hero osten- Â¬ sibly to visit friends and soon after her arrival Dr S HSamson announced that sbo came into his office In great distress and asked to bo allowed to Ho down i- - Tho friends of annexation havo turnod these facts to account by making tho ar Â¬ gument that Hawaii would be worth very much to tho United States ns a naval coal- Â¬ ing and outfitting station If for nothing else In this view they ore supported by tho best naval authorities It Js agreed that Honolulu could bo fortified so that It would bo In no mora danger of capture by an onomys fleet than any other American city Our ships would have the lmmonso advontago that thoy oould steam out to xaldocoan and tboro rocoal whllo the ene Â¬ mys fleets would havo consumed the coal which thoy carried by tho tlmo they bad Tho only way reached Hawaiian waters In which thoy oould regain this loss of ad Â¬ vantage would bo by capturing Honolulu and while tho naval authorities admit Honolulu might fall they pertinently ob serve that It would bo hotter for this coun- Â¬ try porhaps to have Honolulu than San Francisco fall Into tho hands of tbeenomy Too Much Johnson Thcro Is ono boarding bouso In tho city of Washington which has a caso of too much Johnson It Is a modest bat com- Â¬ fortable house on T wolfth street where both tho Johnsons of tho houso of repre- Â¬ sentatives ono from North Dakota and tho other from Indiana havo their habitat Tho number of mistakes which occur be Â¬ tween too much Johnson in one houso is something amazing and occasionally tho mixtures are of a most laughable sort This reminds mo that there Is a groat number of duplicate names In tho houso Whenever tho roll Is called wo hear tho samo names called over and over again There liro in tho houso two Bakers two Boutolles throo Clarks and two each of Cooper Curtis Fowler Oil Cochran Johnson Jones Lewis lott Howard Norton Pierce Stevens Stewart Stono Taylor Walker Wboolcr Whlto Williams and Young For onco the Smiths do not enjoy the honor of leading all othor names Thcro aro four Smiths but In the house thoro are also four Henrys It Is a remarkable fact that ovory letter In the alphabet Is represented In tho houso excepting only I and X Tho column is When a houso Toprosentod by Mr Zonor roll Is called tho spoo tutors In tho galleries ztover fall to laugh at some of the odd names Mudd and Boozo aro sure to bring forth a titter whllo Sauorborlng Louden slagor and Cowherd produco smiles But whats In a naiuof It happens that ovory ono o tho gontlomeu bearing these odd names Is n flno follow with a good record of publlo sorviee bohlnd him These ore roost discouraging days for They go to tho seekers aftor consulships state doportment with their mouths nlcoly fliwl fur tujoylng sonio plum like a snug waco In sunny Franca worth fa 500 or Us J00 a year with nothing much to do ami plenty of time to do it In But this Is Vftrtlfiey find to ba availablot Port Row an Ont 1370 a year St Plerro Island 280 oV a year St Qoorgos Bermuda a year imrango juoxioo soou a year Paz Mexico 400 a year Saltlllo Mexico 400 a year and Tenorlfo Canary is Â¬ lands 400 a year Inasmuch as a consul has to pay his own expenses to and from his post of duty it Is easy to flguro out that It a man wero to accept ono of thoso distant posts spend four years thero and as economical as possible In his ospend ures ha oould return without spending inoro than 600 or 1800 in addition ta hU pay But even then he would have to In Â¬ cur the risk of dying of yellow fever or somo othor contagion and never coming baok at all A Terse Cablegram A fow days ago the state department official wore much puzzled by a oablo gram which thoy received from a consul It consist Â¬ In a distant part of tho globe ed of but a single word and l W toevlkjr was apposed to be due to tho fact tint Mm cable rates from that country are soam The mosaaga tfalng Ilka 390 a word That wm all Thawte nmI Yellow tUsariwaat pteple ware at a lots atrflrst t knew what we consul meant Tfcay gnssssd fee wanted a New York newspaper r that ha had used some oode word not put down In tba department records or that he waa diesatleAed with hie poet a ad was tryiBa tooaaiaoeertaeit laslaug Bui in to the and they raneludad ha umtut orakaa Jams thaw that yellow await rt Taeta fctTMaHfii HkttMF Â¬ Â¬ war la Washington Feb 2 Mr Mahany of New York denounced Mr W A Stone of Pennsylvania tor favoring the Im- Â¬ migration bill Washington Feb 3 BUI providing for fortifications and coast idefenso taken up Washington Feb 4 While consid- Â¬ ering fortifications appropriation bill Mr Simpson charged Mr Dlngley with MANIAC wearing a London made hat which A RAVING was denied Kills nil Father Mother and Ills Own Child Washington Feb 5 Approaching Mulberry Ark Feb 4 A horrible salo of the Kansas Pacific railroad was discussed and IS private penslbn bills crime was committed near here by Sol Autrey who accompanied by his fam- Â¬ were passed ily had gone to visit his aged parents Judge Denny Resigns Shortly after his arrival Autrey Â¬ Frankfort Ky Feb 7 Judge Den becamo engaged In a religious ar- Â¬ ny the referee of the Seventh Ken- Â¬ gument with the old folks Suddenly tucky district tendered his resignation he grasped an Iron bar killed his aged to Senator Deboe by telegraph and It father mother and his son was accepted as promptly by telegraph and seriously wounded his wife and Judge Denny took offense because ho three remaining children two of whom was turned down In the matter of tho are not expected to live postofflce selection at Paris He had Did Not Surrender Indorsed J H Stivers edl tor of tho Re- Â¬ Havana Feb 7 The American va- Â¬ publican paper and the senator had agreed to It The majority of the peoÂ¬ riously named In dispatches as Henry ple wanted Bosley and tho senator W Falm Henry W Talm and Emory withdrew his Indorsement of Stivers Fenn the last probably being correct and recommended the appointment of who has been serving with the Cuban Bosley artillery In the province of Santiago do Cuba and who it was reported had Spoons In Coal Spanish authorities Ky Feb 7 Two spoons surrendered to the Paducah at Glbara denies that he surrendered were found by Melville Sales and wife says he was taken prisoner by the Imbedded In some coal burning In their Ho On Its beÂ¬ grate Sales punched the fire and de- Â¬ column of General Blnares Â¬ spoon in a chunk of coal coming known that ho was an Ameritected one He will sail can he was well treated and quickly picked It out His wife by the Ward line steam Â¬ became curious and punched the lump for New York carry with pieces and found the second spoon er Yucatan but will not to him 5000 as reported Both the spoons are German silver and on the one exhibited Is quite plain Â¬ An Independent Organization Company ly to be seen H Sears Morgantown W Va Feb 7 Tho The movement among tho coal minors of German silver 1850 or 1860 coal from which the spoons were taken West Virginia to separate themselves came from tho mines at Cartervillo from the United Mine Workers asso Ills ciation and form an independent or- Â¬ ganization is gaining ground rapidly Inspecting Asylums 80 opera- Â¬ Frankfort Ky Feb 5 The com- Â¬ Moro than 3000 miners and on charitable institutions went tors have Joined the Independent move mittee Â¬ to the Lakeland Insane asylum on an ment up to date and these are bring ing every Influence to bear upon the Inspection trip John T Hlnton Is operators who are still In chairman of the house committee and miners and of the senate the older organization to havo them George H Alexander come into tho new committee They will visit HopklnB Twelve Arrests Made vlllo and will then bo ready to make a report of what asylum legislation Is Guthrie O T Feb 7 Excitement prevails In the Pottawatomie and Sem Â¬ needed inole country over the arrests mado Made an Assignment there of men implicated In the burning Maysvllle Ky Feb 5 Browning Marshal Company dry goods merchants as Â¬ of the two Seminole Indians Harry Thompson and six of his depu-Â¬ signed to John C Adamson i Assets strong posses and liabilities not given R Lj Brown Â¬ ties accompanied Dy country the ing who committed sulcldo last Mon Â¬ have been scouring the past three days and so far 12 arrests day was a member of the firm his have been made with 110 moro war- Â¬ brother Edward being the company rants to serve The Sucker Leaves For Home The Sheriff Indicted Louisville Fob 4 Francis McBrel Carson City Nev Feb 7 Sheriff ner the New Yorker who came here to Brockllss of Douglass county where play the races and who was fleeced by the lynching of Adam Uber recently touts has borrowed railroad fare from occurred has been Indicted for willful Â¬ poolrooms and left for homo Detect- neglect of duty In not taking steps to ives have arrested Georgo Brown on prevent tho illegal execution His trial suspicion has been sot for Feb 16 A similar charge against the county commission- Â¬ Minister on lollce Force Logansport Ind Feb 2 -- 4fJames ers was ignored Klcckner a member of the local police A Murderer Confesses force Is also a minister A few years Fairfield Cal Feb 7 Frank Belew ago he began the study of the Bible under arreBt for the murder of his Ho was examined at aconferenee meet Â¬ brother Louis and sister Susie in the ing two years ago earning a grade of little town of Dixon on Nov 9 last 97 per cent He preaches In lagans has confessed port occasionally Will Have a Glorious Time Soymour Ind Feb 4 Charlea Reed of the Northwest IaoMana Methodist Episcopal conference who lives In Terre Haute has arrived here to assist Rev J M Baxter for two weeks In a big revival at the First Methodist church Cauld Not Make Suicided by Bliootlug He says ho allowed her to go to his bedroom and in a short tlmo when ho went to look after her he found she was dead The coroner was at once notified and when it was discovered that tho girl was In a dollcate condition his suspicion was aroused After a mostBearchlng Investigation and the finding of strong poison In the victims stomach the coroner rendered a verdict that the girls death was the result of some drug administered by Dr Samson for the purpose of per- Â¬ forming a criminal operation As soon as the verdict was an- Â¬ nounced a mob of about 300 men sur- Â¬ rounded Samsons house for the pur- Â¬ pose of lynching him but the consta- Â¬ ble with an armed guard finally suc- Â¬ ceeded In driving the mob back and placing Samson In tho village Jail Madlsonvlllo Ky Feb 7 The sher Â¬ this county brought to Jail Mrs Annie Trullus Indicted by the last Septomber grand Jury for conspiring and confederating with Eph Brlnkley In killing her husband Cyplan Tru- Â¬ llus this county In July last He was assassinated with a shotgun while eat Â¬ ing supper ono night While there was no posltivo evi- Â¬ dence suspicion pointed to the woman and Brlnkley a neighbor who was charged with bolng too Intimate with her About two weeks after the killing a mob secured a confession that Brink ley fired tho fatal shot Two of the mob interposed for her becauso she was a woman and after lynching Brlnkley they released her since which tlmo oho has remained in the county iff of Bound For the Klondike Martinsville Ind Feb 5 JH Wright of Nashville Brown county arrived here bound for the Klondike He visited his sister at Spencer and will leave hero Sunday evening on a through ticket He is an experienced gold washer The postofflco In Aurora Ills was turned Spain Is Bccrctly arming her mer- Â¬ chant ships Three men wero burned to death In the Victor Col Jail Mrs Lane who shot herself In Wash Â¬ ington Is In a serious condition Mrs Amanda Ely who murdered her little daughter died In Jail In Palnea vllle O A substitute Is to bo offered In tho national house for the Lodge Immigra- Â¬ tion bill The American Patriotic leaguo an anti government organization oxlsts In New Mexico James Stambaugh who murdered William Jones in Michigan City Ind Juno 5 1894 was arrested In Chicago Grand jury Indicted Joseph Manzy of Oakland Ills son of former Sheriff John Manzy for the murder of Nat POWDER Absolutely Puro DOTAL MKINd MWOCR CO fltW YORK FROM APPLE PARINGS Superintendent of a Jelly Factory Tells How McKlnleyJuly 3 1889 Friday William M A Vaugh a pioneer Is dead in Kansas City The execution of E B Soper at Har rlsonvllle Mo has been postponed General Blanco has returned to Ha Â¬ vana without any Insurgent scalps Georgo Bates and daughter of Sulli- Â¬ van Ind are charged with Infanticide Frank Bellow was arrested In Sul sun Cal for poisoning his brother and sister James Allison was hanged In Ber- Â¬ lin Ontario for murdering Mrs An Â¬ thony Orr William C Moreland ex city attor- Â¬ ney of Pittsburg has been pardoned from the penitentiary Thursday 18 died of leprosy In Brooklyn Charles Rollln Bralnard OS Is dead In Waupaca Wis Japan no longer objects to tho an Â¬ nexation of Hawaii W T Giles 57 a veteran editor of Freeport Ills is dead The Illinois house adopted a resolu- Â¬ tion urging Hawaiian annexation Fifteen persons wero Injured In a railroad collision at Somervllle Mass Tho First Presbyterian church of Now Albany Ind was destroyed by Brookvllle Ind Feb 4 During the case of C E Sunderman charged with selling currant Jelly containing Injur- Â¬ ious acids In tho court of a Cincin Â¬ nati Justice Thomas Mllburn super- Â¬ intendent of the Brookvlllo canning works gave away somo of tho tricks of the trado about cheap Jelly Mllburn denied that salicylic acid was used In the manufacture of jellies and the at- Â¬ torney for the food commission cross examined him as to how tho stuff was made Tho witness then Btatcd that the jelly was made of apple parings and glucose It Is kept in a largo vat at the factory and when an order of nny particular kind of Jelly Is received tho amount necessaary Is taken from this tank and flavored accordingly Sunderman was fined 25 and costs Going to Alaska It Is Made Harry Albury Tried to Kill Ills Wife Paducah Ky Feb 3 Joseph Cau det a farmer while temporarily In Â¬ sane tried to kill his wife with a case knife She was painfully cut but will Caudet then took poison survive with probably fatal result Shelbyvlllo Ky Feb 4 Mrs A J Klnzer was putting a stick of wood In a stove when her dress caught fire Her hair was burned off and she re- Â¬ ceived dangerous burns about the body Moonshiners Uound Over Portland Ind Feb 5 Tho Indiana oil field will be deserted by a number of operators who will try their luck next In tho Klondike gold fields A party of 12 to 14 expect to start from Montpe ller numbering In Its ranks Georgo C Harry A Llnneman Harmon Mount Martin Spellacy nnd Tim Spel lacy of St Marys O They expect to bo gone two years nnd Dawson City Is their prospective destination Harry Dodge also of Montpeller will accom- Â¬ pany them John McKay a well known contractor is complctlngarrangements to depart for Alaska New State Committee Indianapolis Feb 2 Tho Republic Â¬ ans of Indiana through their repre- Â¬ In district conventions sentatives elected a new stato committee the members of which will meet here next Tuesday to elect a chairman and make plans for the coming state campaign In several of tho districts thero wero mass meetings and resolutions were adopted affirming tho partys allegiance to the St Louis platform and In tho Ninth district General Lew Wallace was Indorsed for United States senat tor All In the Family Columbus Ind Feb 3 John Huff- Â¬ man a widower and Lizzie White a widow were married one year ago at Pikes Peak Brown county James Mayfleld son of Mrs White Huffman by a former husband named Mayfleld was married to Emma Huffman daughter of John Huffman by a for- Â¬ mer mother Thus brother and sister by marriage are made man and wife He Made a Mistake Princeton Ind Feb 5 Dale O Lockhart 54 of Ptkevllle was lodged In jail here charged with assisting In A monkey the recent Jail delivery wrench was used and It Is alleged that he handed the same through a window to his son who was then a prisoner Several prisoners escaped but tho son had been taken to tho prison shops a few our8 before Second Degree Murder Buffalo Feb 4 Frederick Catoll who murdered Eugcno Ledat In Sep- Â¬ tember last striking htm on the head with a hatchet and afterward burying tho body In a manure pile was found guilty of murder In the second degree Georgo C Howard superintendent of schools of West Brldgewater Conn Is a self confessed forger Tho International Paper company with a capital of 45000000 has been Incorporated In New York Father Gessncr of Elizabeth N J went Into hiding on his birthday to keep from receiving a present of 2500 Ask Your 10CKNT Tres Caught Fire Arc Bishop Vincent has asked tho Kan Â¬ sas Temperance union to mako war on the chewing gum habit Wedneiday Prcstonburg Ky Feb 5 Fred Blanton Sam Preston and Coon Lane of Johnson county wero bound over to answer the charge of selling moonshine whisky without licenses Little Progress Made 5 Little prog- Â¬ ress has been mado by the prison In- Â¬ vestigating committee Next week the members will probably take a trip to Eddyvllle The Hudson river at Sing Sing Is se- Â¬ curely frozen over England haB withdrawn her demand for the opening of the port of Ex Collector of Internal Revenue Wllburn of San Francisco has been in- Â¬ dicted Archbishop Kaln will preside at tho meeting welcoming Genoral Booth to St Louts Walter Taylor clerk In tho treasury department at Washington and his dauuter attempted suicide Catholic laymen of the United States want obstacles In the way of Catholics marrying Protestants removed William Simpson and William Ka derly charged with assaulting a wom- Â¬ an at Lamar Mo have been acquitted William J Qulnlan Jr cashier of tho Chemical National bank of New York has resigned after making a crooked loan of 393000 Frankfort Ky Feb Gaaollne Was Used South Bend Ind Feb 4 Miss Ma- Â¬ ry WUhelm of Mlahawaka a domestic in the employ of M V Blggers family poured gasoline upon hot coals to start a fire and was fatally burned by the explosion which ensued Klondike Travelers Auburn Ind Feb 3 G N Wlck wlre Arthur Welch Charles Tasker and Ed Freygang of Angola will go They have purchased to Klondike their tickets and outfits at an expense of 700 each Elder Sweenys New Field Columbus Ind Feb 2 Elder Z T Sweeny of this city Harrisons consul general to Constantinople has accept- Â¬ ed a call to the Seventh Street Chrls tla nchurch at Richmond Va at 3 500 per year Officers Elected Itlslng Sun Ind Feb 2 The Ohio county Republican committee elected the following officers Harry O Mats son chairman Albert B Cooper secÂ¬ retary H S Espy treasurer Death of a Manufacturer Indianapolis Feb 3 Christian B Gelsendorff a pioneer woolen manu- Â¬ facturer of this city but tor the past five year helpless tho result of In Â¬ died Ho flammatory rheumatism came west from Maryland and In 1840 engaged In the manufacture at Cincin- Â¬ nati changing to this city In 1842 A report Evansvllle Ind Feb 7 reached this city that three men wero drowned above Newburg They at Â¬ tempted to cross the river In a skiff which capsized in the middle of the stream The Doat Capslied rastoral Call Extended Indianapolis Feb 7 Tho Indianap Â¬ olis Friends church the leading con- Â¬ gregation of that denomination In this city has extended a pastoral call to J J Mills president of Earlham col- Â¬ lege and Mr Mills has resigned the presidency of the college to accept Professor Mills 18 years ago resigned the assistant superlntendency of the public schools of this city to connect himself with Earlham After re Hammond Ind Feb 7 peatedly knocking his divorced wifo down because she would not live wLh him Dr Edward C Johnson suicided by shooting Â¬ E Jiltca Angola nd Feb ell who conducts a grocery and ba Â¬ kery with a branch store at Fretaoat A II01 Blade an aaersaaaeat Company bank Kinney Powers ers hold a chattel mortgage 61 tfca 4E It rj ttock of 2000 Charged With Kape Paducah Ky Feb 7 John Wood Â¬ ward a farmer living near Hunting- Â¬ don TennU In Jail charged with twice assaulting his daughter 16 Spain Beeltaes Friendly Mediation Washington Feb 7 Premier Sa gasta of Spain has declined the third eater at friendly Mediation In Cuba on the part of the United States Child Bsrlaualy Burned Richmond Ky Feb 7 While play Â¬ ing In front of an open grata the cloth Â¬ son of Mr ing o HgbL the I D Todd of Speedwell caught Are and before assistance oould men him lu was horribly burned Ha eatr not rejoovex Indianapolis Feb 5 J K Wright who is wanted here on a charge of em Â¬ bezzling 3000 was arrested In Chi- Â¬ cago He embezzled the money from a merchant named McEUIgott Louisville Feb 4 Miss Evelyn Wal- beck a-- society belle died suddenly She was the designer of the log cabin the emblem for Kentucky Republicans Testimony Hegiai An Kmbessler Captured Killed Them Both Charleston W Va Feb 7 George P Tucker a coal miner at Crescent Fayette county went home at noon and found his wife with William Mc- Â¬ Monday Allister He fired four shots killing Jack rabbits are to be bred in Ken- Â¬ both his wife and MsAUlster Instantly tucky He then walked two miles to Mont- Â¬ Seven police captains of Chicago aro gomery and gave himself up to the to be reduced by civil service officers Otto Anderson attempted suicide In Princeton Ind by taking morphine J X Wright Arrested Indianapolis Feb 7 J K Wright Many of the cotton mill strikers in who disappeared from this city 30 New England have left for other sec- Â¬ days ago and concerning whom there tions were whispers of defalcation as the The life sentence of Henry Berner trusted clerk of McOlllard Dark In Â¬ in tho Indiana penitentiary has been agents and other trusts under commuted to 60 years surance his care was arrested in Chicago His erabeulement will reach 3000 - at Dela van Wis California wines are sold for less than cost o production T D Stimson wealthiest business man of southern California Is dead Miss Louisa Rosa of A Mllk Whlto Flag broke her leg In Savannah Go Tho mall steamer Channel Queen was wrecked off the Island of Guern Â¬ sey Edward J Ratcllffe actor will servo his sentence In New York for wlfe beatlng An unknown negro was lynched at Bramwell W Va for the murder of a railroad man Germany has demanded now conces- Â¬ sions in China as compensation for tho murder of a sailor Millions of gallons of spirits are bo Â¬ lng shipped from Peoria Ills to Ja- Â¬ pan to be used in the manufacture of smokeless powder Tuesday Owen Sullivan 105 Is dead aa Druggist for a generous CATARRH FywLvot I TltUL SIZE Ely s ream Balm no contains cocaine morcurr nor any oih er Injurious drug It Is quit My absorbed Glv s lUllelatt once ffM HEAD I N Allays Inflammation Ilcalsand Protects the Membrane Ilotorcs the Scntrs of Tstte sod Kmcll Full slie Joe Trial slis ire at drufgUttor BUY BROTHKRS by mail it Wsrrsn Street New Ycrk taTJrZ COLD yviiM tog Cabin Designer Dead liwUd Pauls at Infirmary Huntington Ind Feb 2 Afcaale a-- time at the aowatr In Â¬ prevailed firmary The hospital departsaaat caught ire and the M la tea test Baveral waestnJUy terroTiatrtckan turned out m wsriotwlr htm 1 000 ryfly Uwwrtd Introduced a Novelty Paducah KyFeb 4 A saloonkeep Â¬ er here has Introduced a novelty that woald work well under the XaUss law Instead of giving away free laach he gives a bed a Rlgfet free to all the hoaasless mss who buy a drink at We plaee Going to Build or Repair Write Louisville Ky For Prices on Lumber Doors Sash and They Steel Roofing BllaUl Shingle o will tave you money tt J P Will CO fr jsie o Wllkesbarre Pa Feb 4 Taking frf testimony In the trial of Snarl Mar tin and hla deputies beajaa In tke Lh seraa county court WtUscsw Bad to the kUluaf Md MM TrStlsM were ahak 1m She fasak - tessstUtasst saVaf ssssAsssaafsfeCe ttl i WlJiMN rtttH k a tar ML W Of tthis Jasokj esMM- - - tt kl sjumMWiI wM4 by aMitac dor fl tktm at kta wife and so rfc F VsT VfV rjwyM PJWP ggygLK THR HARDINSDURG L H f BRROKHUSIRinam F BRANDENBURG NBlWQ OIxOVmRJPOHl Breckenridce News Is D Y BEWLEYVILLE Weather fair and pleasant Miss Maude Adkisson not getting a sufficient number of pupil to pity her 0 Babbagi Edlton and PrsprUtrs 18P8 Il W TIME TABLE WEDNESDAY FEBHUAIIY 0 Passenger Dally Paaseoirer Dally SIX PAGES GUT MS HIT arr Uardlniborj TiST am nous mr arr IIardinsbnrelltsS pn 80IK0 TOrtE FACTORIES Annie Jilinson will be her gmst the ensuing week investment of foreign capital here This Bio Walton our long lost pastor apis upon the idea that it would bring in a peared on the scone Sunday morning lot of foreigner who would ruu over ua and preachtd a good sermon He has and gobble up what little we have al Â¬ been too ill to nttend to all duties ready This has been the Idea for some Â¬ Lewis and Edwin Jolly visited their Somo years ago I had a severe cold and time It has kept us back no doubt and grand parents Sunday I could was threatened with pneumonia in a measure interrupted the prrgrea neither eat nor sleep and was in a wretched Miss Willa Drury visited relatives in condition I procured a bottle of Ayera both of our state and people lluttlio Irvlngton recently Cherry Pectoral and took it according to the idea Is evidently a mistaken one As a directions and at the ond of fifteen day w as Mirs Blanche Jolly was vlsitli g Mrs newginerutiou presses forward and sees as well and sound aa boforo the attack I Gardner of Irvlngton Tuesday morn the importance of capital to develop our havo recommended it in many cases of pneu Â¬ Joe B Cox has leen coi lined to his ing and attended the B V R 0 meet monia since and have never known it to fail state and its vast resources it will be for several weeks not able to be lug In the afterroon in effecting a cure invited to come New Ergland capital home JOHN HENRY St Joseph La Miss L na Drury will leave or Bran Â¬ is seeking Investment in many of the out I waa attacked with a cold that settled Homember Feb 1 lth and get your girl denburg in a few days She will be the southern states aid it is bringing them on my lungs and defied tho skill of my phyÂ¬ guest of Mrs Frakos out of the ruts Kentucky needs more a nice valentine at Kincheloes drug sicians so that they considered me Incurable factories and these factories cant be store Everybody but Charlie Drury took ad At last I began to uso Ayers Cherry Pectoral Bob Cox has returned to the city after vantage of the abundant ice crop and we and was entirely cured after having taken built without money if we havent it two bottles ourselves to invest invite it from abroad an absence of several months He Is in take pleasant thought of ice cream Ac FRANCISCO A SEVERIANO Auy people who are given employment poor health Taunton Mass Charllo was unfortunate but he will be in workshops and factories are bound all right next timo Mrs Meyer Meyer of Buraa lias been to push the interest of their state for- Â¬ here a few days visiting Mr and Mir There were three meetings in our ward It has proven so wherever done Robt McOuniu town Saturday night on a sound legitimate basis Dre J T Baker aud A M Kinchtloe Mis Gilbert Kasey who has been 111 have had private telephone boxes put In at her fathers Mr Foushee of Meade Jlecchwood Ills March 1st 1897 their residences county returned with her husband to J 0 Mendeuhall Evausvllle Ind their home Sunday afternoon The Master Commissioner will sell sev- Â¬ Dear Sir Your Improved Chili Cure eral tracks of land at the Coutt House Our public tchool closed Friday Mr is put up in half eizo bottles at half is the best seller wo handle in a chill door next Monday and Mrs Pate have taught a good school price 50 cents remedy and gives universal satisfaction and it is a pity to close These friends Dr Dick Pulliam of leltchiield is Please ship one gross with free goods dead He has a number of acquaintances intend to leayo us now and make their on your best terms Yours truly home in Hardinsburg in this community GUSTON Eojtian Wood The grand jury will take in our office Phelps Walker will begin his career as and a good many fellows along with them a public benefactor Monday morning Miss Dee Baaham of Lodiburg was PATESVILLE next week that would like to be ex- Â¬ Feb 7th We hope ho will have a num the guest of MIbs Maude Adkisson last cused I thank you ber of pupils and make a success Sunday Mr Jim Bruners baby is very sick Pencils blank books ink and pencil You who have been accusing the Nkws Every man in the State should read Willie Arbra has been quite sick for tablets note and memorandum books of losing his politics look on page second Bill Lindsays response to the Kentucky the past Meek aud all kinds of writing iiinterial at Kin- Â¬ fourth paragraph of issuo second Feb Â¬ Legislature it will give you a political Mr W W Dunn of Dukes was the cheloes drug store ruary and be assured that he remains Tip guest of Miss Ola Clark Sunday Rev Hogard who has been assisting in statu quo Mr and Mrs Chas Redman of Irving Wo are glad to report that F K Gor- Â¬ Rev S K Breeding hero in a protracted The League Literary Saturday Feb ton attended church here Sunday and meeting returned to his home at High Â¬ don has recovered from a weeks Hints ruary 5th executed the program with dined with Mrs Redmans mother Mrs accustomed cleverness The topic rolat George Washington Smith Mr James Gilllanp of Hawesville was way Ky last Monday A number of persons got their ice ed to the various stages of the Reforma- Â¬ a welcome visitor in our llttlo villago The Guston and Irvlngton telephone houses filled last week The ice on the tion having writton articles of WyclifiV line is expected to bo completed this Sunday lake pond didnt get thick enough and Savonarola Luthnr Calvin and some week It will intersect the Union Tele Mr Gene Marlow is improving and it the ice houses there were not filled nice singing to relieve the reading The phone lines at Garfield thus giving Gus- Â¬ is thought he will soon be able to be out audience was one that the body fully ton and Irvlngton communication with Miss Lillie Scott who has been in Louagain appreciated isville for some months having her eyes Hardin Breckenridge Grayson and But- Â¬ The Baker Bios of Hawesville were treated by a specialist returned home A copy of the News met a dreadful ler counties the guests oflheir sister Mrs Rosenblatt last week She is considerably im- Â¬ fate near by last Thursday A centle- Mrs Johanna Bowles of near Weldon Sunday proved man after helping awhile get up ice was dadly burned on last Tuesday She Mrs Henry Detterdlng were Mr and left and goirg into the house took bis was making soap out in the yard and the Surveyor Royalty was at Long Lick guests of her parents Mr and Mrs Gist paper and sat down close by the open wind was blowing a gale She was burn- Â¬ last week running off the lands of It G Sunday fire to glean the news Overcome by the ed from the waist down and had it not Whittinghlll deceased There will be Itav C M Corley preached a splendid heat be soon lost himself and the next been for assistance she undoubtedly an order for the sale of the lands at this sermon at the Baptist church here the term of thing he knew the carpet was burning would havo burnedto death She is a court first Sunday very near him and the paper was entire- Â¬ daughter of Mr Joe Simras There has been fifty eight new suita School at tills place under the manage Â¬ ly consumed No other damage but he filed for Circuit Court This is a much Everybody in this vicinity baa taken ment of Miss Jennie D Patterson is took the warning larger number than was anticipated and advantage of the ice spell and haye fi led progressing nicely the lawyers look for a protty full run of IJound a passage of t cripture adjoin their bouses witli beautiful clear three Mr and Mm A G Wrgit and little court business ing he Sabbath school lesson Feb f iuch ice George J Neff our merchant will daughter Beiilah of Lyouia were visitI will keep my gillery here until after Shirt waists in spite of the indomita- Â¬ that fully accords with some thoughts I had no ice house so he simply filled bis ing at Capt Clarks Sunday and Monday For a mans cow bouse with ice and says he will feed February Have your photographs ble irrepressible Bab are to the fore havo been having of late After an illness of several weeks Mrs made now I can make pictures in for the ensuing spring and summer life consisteth not in the abundance of bis cow chopped ice in the spring and Harmon is able to fill her place in the cloudy us well aa clear wt nthor Mat Beasons Good for folks who have tho things which he possesseth I that she will give ice cream all summer might be pleased to possess more and I store again as none nave her genial self tlngly the Photographer Chariev Anderson is crettincr out thn a supply Get a new black skirt and might not relish having less but the lumber for his barn and hoiiBe which he can do mi jxkws gives anout lour times as you will be in it again ready for jue mind is truly ite own place and as a expect ato build right away Ilia house Vanity Fair will be seven room mansion and his Four of Mr Wakles family near here much roading matter for the samo mon- Â¬ man thinketh In his heart so is he barn will be a large one for both horses Somebody said to me Writo about have typhoid fever Tvo of which ey as any paper in this county or any and cattle Charley is one of our hustGoleen Rod My friend said are dangerouily ill Their epeedy recov- county surrounding us for that matter girls using slang ling young men and Bays be never in Â¬ It is a clean paper a good paper a Dem girls didnt use to be bo slangy did tends to witness another chicken fight er is anxiously desired by their many 100 Reward 100 ocratic paper and what more do some of they Well we of the old regime will The people of Guston vicinity were friends the boys want We could maybe throw admit it Is horrid but unconsciously The readers of this paper will be pleased highly delighted and greatly surprised K v Barrett assisted by Kuv Foote of in a chromo too if necessary girls fall into the habit which is a bad to learn that there is at least one dread- Â¬ to see their old friend Charley B Fon- Â¬ taine in their midst last week Hawesville will begin a series of meet- Â¬ has one but they wi learn better Give ed disease that science has been able to been eleven years slnco CharleyIt left ings at the Methodist church the third Children and adults tortured by burns them time cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Kentucky for the West to seek his for Sunday May the christians of this com scalds injuries eczema or skin diseases tune Tho more intellectuality you give a Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive been end from all appearances he has r- alizi the duty impaneled upon munity may secure InBtnnt relief by using De successful in his purpose for be is cure known to the medical fraternity woman the more you add to her beauty them And begin now to pray for the Witts Witch Hazel Salve It is the nowasuccisful practitioner at the bar Catarrh being a constitutional disease in Van Buren Ark Tht two qualities are not Incompatible and has a splendid Bticcres of the meeting great Pile remedy Short Haynes practice The more a sane normal woman is requires n constitutional treatment Mr Editor with the dawning of the School is out and Mr Wilbur Wlllett educated the more attractive she grows Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally A Competent Judge has gone New Year may I wish you and your hence thoso Louisville girls are creating acting directly on the blood and mucous All of us to his home near Buck Grove hate to clvo Mr Willett no for From the Ilaweiville 1lalndraler surfaces of the system thereby destroy Â¬ valuable paper much success Each a furore in New York City ne is one ing the foundation of the disease and able youngoi me nicest anu most agree Â¬ Bkeckgnridok News is preparing I anxiously await its arrival and week The Bro C W HtSjon delivered a verv men that we ever had In our giving the patient strength by building midst and heres hoping he will teach it is aiways a welcome visitor In ray to issue an illustrated commercial edition fine sermon last Sunday on Thy Kingup the constitution and assisting nature here again As well as being popular be May the News continue to during tliis mouth The News is one cf dom Come they Will home be Done His in doing its work prosper the leading weekly papers in Kentucky The proprietors have is a young man of good morals and in quotation from Burns my favorite poet so much faith in Its curative powers tills day of sporting as the avewge has a large circulation in several coun- Â¬ was exquisitely young man calls it morality is worth Its Tis with sad and aching hearts that tender on mans inhu ties and is equipped with the fiuest that they offer One Hundred Dollars for weight in gold we record the death of Charlie A Clark manity to roan Bro Heeson evinces any caso that it fails to cure Send for which occurred on Sunday night Jan printing matorlal to be had The spec- Â¬ knowledge of ancient and modern his lieta of testimonials ial issue will bo a success from all points 30 at 1030 oclock of tjphold fever at tory and uses choice language AddressFJ CHENEY Co Toledo 0 the home of his grandparent Capt and ot view The Lucilo Home is doing nicely Dr JSTSold by Druggists 76c Mrs Clark Charlie was a bright energeD O Pusey will practice In the Home What pleasure Is there In life with a tic boy most fifteen years of age and free of charge Dr J M Hat din will do An Object Lesson had by bis amiable disposition and true headache constipation and bilhousuess Mr A C A farmer from the Plnchico neighbor- Â¬ Thousands experience them who could all dentistry gratuitously The Leading Specialists of America uprightness won the love and esteemof Burton will admit tho children to the hood was in the city Monday selling his all whom he met His place at home become perfectly healthy by using De Normal without remuneration 20 YliAnS IN OHIO Bless tobacco He stated that that was the and in the schoolroom io vacant never Witts Little Early Risers the famous ed are the merciful for they shall obtain 250000 CUBED first timo he had been in Cloverport in a to be filled His voice is stilled to our little pills Short Haynes mercy year and that he had not been throe will to ears yet we trust lie is now singing A Typical Kentucklan WE CURE EMISSIONS Sunday last was one for inspiration milts away from his home in the same praises around the Great White Throne Nothing can bo innro clemornlliing to The sun shone with dazzing brightness space of time Ho gave as an Frjin ths CourlT Journal excuse for yoaug- of lnlJdlo njicd men than the pres I trust that his exemplary life will ever if No more typical Kentucklan sleeps in alter its long obscurity and seemed to his exile from town ence of thoro nightly louor They is the condition of the linger as a guide to his associates and Kentuckys pantheon at Frankfort iicrrotignora a feeling liriMiuciMTcnitnc invite dull mortals to shako oil lethargy country roads Tnls is an illustration than or uifgwinnunvrnoia train oi 7inptoni of schoolmates and may they over profit by was Eli II Murray Gallant and gener- Â¬ and go forth to rejoicj in a God given They unlit n man for butlnes married thegavity of the road problem Good lira rna roclal mpHnes No matter the example God has cast beforo their ous a patriotic citizen and an honest sunshine Everybody looked so nice roads mean the enlargmout of social in Â¬ nbelhcr caused by otII huulta in youth lmturnl wauncf1 or texual execuca our youthful eyes Tis true Earths fair man he not merely did the State some and so happy and if there were sad Wow Method Treatment will positively tercourse amou country people it est flow re only bud here below soon to service but whereyer he appeared he hearts they were veiled by smiles and means enhanced values for farm property bo plucked from the stem to blossom in retiectol honor upou his nativity As words of good cheer NO CURE NO PAY It means Increased trade for Cloverport Eternal Glory May the dear mother United States Marshal during stirring DW Mabel Hardin and Mary L and Katie meichant8 Header you ncotl help Karly abute or Improve the country roads look to Jesus for comfort and consolation times and as Adjutant Genera no less Graham Ditto will be enrolled iiner ujnirti jnay uavo woagcneu you on the iSIPOfurO may havo diienanl von Von in this the great trial of life For tis He than as soldior in the field he was al music list again How I love to A Great Deal aroijo Wfo till rurcd Our New Method welcome nut cuio you lou run ho ruk who hath bereft her and He alpne can ways the Keutucklan always the Amer- Â¬ ray dear pupils again in the of unnecesiar expenditure of tlmi and rank aud comfort The funeral services were ican always the geutlomau Hunt away file My scholars are doing so well per- Â¬ moony mav he saveil If you will only CURED keep a bottle nf Dr Caldwells Syrnn conducted Mcnday at 230 p m at the from homo to the remote West to be fectly contented not to take loanRr Man You nre pal feeble pieces Pepsin in the house Nine tenths of all Methodist church by Hev Winfree Governor of Utah he was attended to butaro studying and practicing citablo Yo t with a oruinary sicKoess is Iroin tlie stomach mi anil tfOJnnnilflntlbecotno forgetful rnoroae after which the remains were laid away the point of his embarkation by tho Le- Â¬ view to correct progress lilnlluM ml hlmnl ki Thanks to my keep that orjiau in proper condition and jumuu eyre wrinuieu iaco atooiiing all will be well Syrup Pepsin is a spe Â¬ in the Baker graveyard near this place gion beaded by the Governor of Ken- patrons for co operating form nnd ilowneaet counttnanoo reveal cific Trial size bottles 10c largo sizes tho blialit cf your existence there to await the great resurrection day tucky the warm hearted Luke P In my February number of Book 60o and 100 of Chas O Martin The entire community extends sympa Â¬ Blackburn It is fitting that being dead Buyer there are WE CURE VARICOCELE excellent pictures of Mr thy and condolence to the bereaved his body should be brought home and Barrie and Anthony Hope Our Circle o matter how rcrioua your case may I Some attention should be given the LlV MKTlllill luuy iuvu iiiMi it t111 inu juu IllicATMHNT uur ones laid by the side of kindred heroes in has just received through Miss Maydee levee its condition since the falling of NEW Di arr it mother cease yui r weeping euro it Tho wormy veins return to that famous cemetery which the State Pusey The Dolly Dialogues by Hope the Ohio has left it in a deplorable state AND I have left thee but not foievcr i Ihoir normal condition and hence tht SOWS fcxusl nrgana roeolve proiur nourish I ail net dead b it only sleeping By J II Sanders Chief Brilliant Vanpe Anxiety has made an eternal camplng grouud and Better Dead by Barrie We do ment Tho onrana become vitalised all Toraeys Claude Hldestrlcl EillyCorwIn Jd and Corwlt Prince An I foil veil meet to ati no never for the bravest best and brightest of her BRKD TO uuunmrni ursroa or jospei ceasa ana Fal Price Da IxokMeQ c Several are show not consider these works nearly equal to manly powers return eowe washing ss much as 373 pounds No temporary sons benefit but a terinanrnt fum tifnrMi that Prisoner of Zenda by Hope nor My li hereby given FIkjIat the neit regular lerm ft the NO CUllU NO PAY NO OiKKA llrccltentidiio Cout to be held at lardln- TION NCiiUHrtAitY Lady Nicotine by J M Barrie Hope PROM 915 TO NO UkYKM As to quality If taken at once y on ito jm my oi April i89 Mid It Ii Strange TiON IfltOM BUSINESS aa order funding the I also have some Morgan Stallion mares and baa a forth coming romance Born in Court conUmpiHlet making It K colts My annual bonded Indctitedneu of I ho Taxed Otxilti I caused by torpid liver which prevent dlgi a that some people who say they never the Purple which will IwblchcopiUla the CURES GUARANTEED be published Dutiictandpartorofthe iUrdlnaburK Magtitcriil Hon and errnlU food to ferment and putrlfy Io read patent medicine advertisements forka cl COMBINATION SALE Slith Ma dee leaves this wrek for MaglteiUI Dittict at a lower Houghoforintereal soon will be found lugging home every now rate the stomach Then follow dizziness headache Iho bondt than my farm the flrat week la April Eyries received now and then a bottle of some favorite reme Louisville and how I will miss her cent they annum It lanow draw which la lix per per WrUefortewas Ilia Intention of tald Ouyt ef dy of theirs We dont bother you with cheery prt sauce tu make all order and da all acta nrceoary to fund Lomtst aMffing ratts by rail r mar frarn Lavisrilla aald bond and for luulng oihtra in their atead at a much reading but just ask you to try a lower rate of the amount of JOo trial bottle of Dr Caldwells Syrup We are anxious to do a little good In b delermiuid Intercat belore mentionedjJ fntrreit to at the term ol tald Pepsin for constipation Indigestion and this world and can Court ADDnmmm L L lRKATMK think of no pleaaanter lly order rf the Fiscal Court stomach troubles 60o and 1 00 a z s at a uarvoujiien and When you write saeattlM tMa rape or better way to do it than by recom HNMHLKII County Ally Chas O Martin ANCHOHAQK KY H not relieved blllou fever Hard nabuigKy January ao 08 mending One Minute Cough Cure as a wr blood poisoning Hoods Gregory A Co are much gratified over preventive of pueumoNia oonwioptloa rim ftuuilata the stomach 122 W FOURTH ST Us used hwi the liverj cure jjcpii wiii ivwhim m M months bualnMs and they mIU trade and oilier Mrioua lung trouble that fob lie Urn HttM OIMOIMNATI L O n out fin Hood Mil urn had Improved wonderfully low uefWotd oolda Short A Haynes TmuSlY to uti1 wltli tttwaai WMrW Tiierk has been an Idea prevalent In this state that we should discourage the Pretty good ice harvest Circuit Court next Monday Valentines at Klncbelos drug store A telephone Hue is being built to Ball town TheCarvtlle murder exse is billed for trial this term Mr It N Hudson of the Tixvt was in town last Friday The B N Colli ge openttl last week with n good attendance Hev S F Kelly becan a piotracttd meeting at his church Monday Â¬ Bro Phillip Jenkins will preach as usual next Sunday Jlmmie Dittos houso is done and is quite handsome and roomy Thanks to Mrs W D Howard for a delightful drive last Sunday Mi s Jen Hardin has had a two weeks visit to friends at Guston and Irviugton Across tho church artificial violets are as fragrant as natures sweetest offerings The Womans Missionary Society will meet Friday afternoon at 3 oclock with Mrs D M Duncan Mr and Mrs Jesse Herndon and tiiat fluo boy were with Mr and Mrs J W Lewis last Sunday Chas Moremen is In Shawneetown to look after his wharf boat which was sunk in the recent storm Miss Monalrico has early in llfefound the key that is the open sesame to happiness an ULselfiuh disposition The Sunday schools seem to be in a more iburishing condition and also the prayer meetings keep up tho good work Mrs Geotge Woolfolk will leaveto- day for Louisville to spend a week en route to EaBt St Louis to join her hus Â¬ band Miss Ella B Hendrick was in town last Sunday as bright as a sun beam She commenced a private school at Long Branch Monday Success to her The ladles of the Baptist church will glvo a Greek supper on Feb the 18th There will be a piano and musical pro- Â¬ gramme also a repast Particulars next wetk Some said What was the matter with the choir last Sunday I should answer lack of practice and absence of malo voices A bass solo needs a bass voice to sustain it Dr Henry Shacklett and bis winsome young brldo are doing nicely in Leaven- Â¬ worth Henry is building up an exten- Â¬ sive practice In the little city aud vicini- Â¬ ty and is deservedly popular A little boy two years old and from Louisville came last week to the Lucllo Home Vine Grove has sent two ele- Â¬ gant donations in the shape of largo box -- s of promiscuous articles Ruth Phillips is an open advocate of the girl of the period athletic but in cutting a back circle on the ice she cut a front circle on her brow and now she is not so much a nineteenth century lassie Will McGehee of the Mammoth is down for a short holiday I had a pleasant call from him He is much pleased with his business relations and is a full fldged commercial man Joe McGehee will be down for his annual holiday Bro Hesson will be in Lcitchfield for a week or ten days with his wife His alhganco and oblgUions are now duo her who need a husbands tenderest sympathy and love Next Sunday if he does not fill his pulpit some one else Prevent pneumonia euro declines to teach in Stllhs Valley Mr and Mis IlibU Sandtrj of Louisville came down Saturday to be the guesU Of Mrs Z T Stith r KY Â¬ Miss Macy of Gafledocouln nf Mlrs Â¬ Prevention is always hotter than oven whon euro ia possible But so many times pneumonia is not cured that prevention becomes tho natural act of that instinct of solf presorvation which is tho first law Pneumonia can bo pre Â¬ of nature and is often cured by tho uso vented of Ayorfl Cherry Pectoral RARE Opportunity A Closing Out Entire Stock Â¬ Great Ayers Cherry Peclwal Values At cost And Many Things Below cost Dont let This pass W H BOIMflR k Cloverport Ky 0 Â¬ Auction Sale wv 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Monday Feb 21 1 - At Irvington Ky There will be offered a lot of Horses Mules Cattle Sheep Hogs and other stock Th Â¬ nrerareigre wwzmnw contents of the Â¬ UMHlliiftlli Â¬ IRVINGTON CREAMERY be sold ers the highest bidder Stock buy you want stock here your chance McGLOTHAN BLAND HENRY Auctioneer 30000 lf Â¬ ir 15 Poland China YEARLING SPRING FOR SALE Â¬ NOTICE Biliousness MOM 930 Hoods Pills i OF HORSES Will be held aIe Â¬ JBTOHUL rRa Kennedy Kergan DOItsgy i WOURK OONTIPATIN iji m i lji ui News 9 18P8 THE BREOKBlNEIPQR jmW 5 Breckenridge I WEDNESDAY llaV FEBRUARY SENATOR GOEBELS WOLF CREK Mrs J S Owing and children are viaitirg at Woodland John Fiannery from Preston a hero last week to see bis mother Mr Will Smith and sMuart Owli gs rpent leal week in Brandenburg Mies Ituth Wlllott lias returned from Brandenburg and reports a very plcacaut time Mr Arnold dismissed school Wednts day aud went to Brandenburg on bust ntas Miss Annie Riley lias finished her Bchool in Paradise Bottom and is at the old homestead Our school Is progressing very nicely pprents and pupils are much pleased with their teacher Hobt Trent will start fur the sunny South in a few days with a boat loaded with lime We wish him success ltob Smith went to his old home on Cedar Fiat last Sunday to see his mother who has beeu In Louisville for some- Â¬ time Mis Mary Laurence Offings went to IlHrdlnsburg last week to be with MIsi They were Tula Daniels for a while friends ami schoolmates in the iorg I think Kip Van Winkle had tit awoke from a long sleep when he gave our humble little vlllnga such a puff aa In last weeks paper Now Mr Editor we have nothing in our town to boast of except our two nice churches Methodist and Bjptls and of course lots of good people So I am expecting you to make us a visit in the future and do not want you to be disappointed with our town Synopsis of the election bill Introduced by Senator William Goebel It has the indorsement of the Democratic steering r Rill committee Section 1 The general assembly shall at its piosent session elect three commis- Â¬ sioners who shall be styled the state board f ehriion commissioners they shall hold i lllco for a term of four years and until their successors are elected and qualified they chall be citzeua and electors of Kentucky and not less than 25 years old In the year 1002 and every four years thereafter the general assembly shall elect such commissioner said commissioners shall qualify by tak- Â¬ ing before the clerk of the Court of Ap-Â¬ peals an oath to faithfully perform their duties according to law of said qualifies tlon said clerk Bhall make a certificate which Bhall be noted upon tho record of the proceedings of said board and pre- Â¬ served amorg its records Said board shall elect one of its members chairman who shall preside at its meeting it shall appoint a Secretary who shall hold office during the pleasure of the board The board shall prescribe tle duties of the Secretary and Ox his compensation which shall not exceed 250 per annum The board shall keep a record of its acts orders findings Judgments and all of its proceedings A majority of said board shall constitute a quorum for transaction of all business of the board and a ma- Â¬ jority of said board may order finding Judgement or do any act or thing that the board is authorized or empowered to make or do If a vacancy occur in aid board while the general assembly is in session said vacancy shall be filled by election of the general assembly If a vacancy or vacancies occur in said board while the general assembly is in vacation same shall be filled by appointment by the remaining member or members of said board Resg nations from said board shall be in writing directed to the board aud filed among the records thereof Sec 2 Said State board of election commissloneis shall annually not later than the month of July appoint three election commissioners of each county in this commonwealth who shall be styled the county board of election commissioners Such county election commission- Â¬ ers shall be citizens and electors of the county for which they are appointed and shall not be less than twenty five years old before entering upon the duties of their office they shall qualify by taking before some officer authorized by law to administer oaths an oath to faith fully discharge their duties as such com- Â¬ missioners according to law The officer administering such oaths shall make a certificate thereof which shall be filed in the office-- of the county clerk of the county Said board shall elect one of its members chairman who shall preside at its meetings A majority of such board shall sonstitute aquorum for the trans- Â¬ action of all business of the board for the doing of an act or thing that the board may do and the makirg of any order Aiding ot judgment of the board Any member of such county boards may be at any tme removed from cfflce by the state board of election commission Â¬ ers all vacancies in such county board shall be filled by said state board but until such vacancy or vacancies be filled by appointment by said state board any vacancy or vacancies in any such county boards may be temporarily filled by appointment by the remaining members or member of such county board Said county board shall keep a record of its which shall be a public proceeding record and be kept in the office of the county court clerk Sec 3 Said county board shall annu Â¬ ally not later than the month of Septem- Â¬ ber appoint for each election precinct in the couuty two judges one clerk and one sheriff of election to act as such in their precinct all of whom shall bo dls creet qualfi til voters of the prtclnct for which they are appointed and shall hold their offices Until their successors are appointed and qualified and so long as there are two distinct political partita in this commonwealth the judges clerk and sheriff of election In all elections by the people under the constitution and laws of the United States and under the constitution and laws of this common wealth shall be so elected aud appoint- Â¬ ed that ono of the judges at each place of voting shall be one political party and the other judge of a different politiral party a id tuere shall be the like difÂ¬ ferences at each voting place between the sheriff aud clerk of election provided that there be a sufficient number of qual inYd persons of each political party re Â¬ sident in the precinct with which to fill his offices No person shall be eligible as an officer of election who has not been a resident householder In the precinct or which he is appointed for not lees than one year next preceding his ap-Â¬ pointment or who has anything of value bet or wagered on the result of such election or who is a candidate to be voted for at such elections or who is not capable ot reading the constitution ot the commonwealth in English and of writing a plain and legible Land It shall be the duty of said county board of election commlssloaeis to test all each electlm officers as to their qualifications If at any time be Â¬ before appointment fore as election it snail be made to ap- Â¬ pear to the county board t election com missioners by the affidavit of two or man qualified vetota of the preeli ct or Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fied perrons of tho same political party as the offlier removed shall thereupon be appointed In his stead Bald county board of commissloneis may at any time remove from office any election officer and fill the vacancy thus occasioned and said board may at any time fill any vacancy in the office of election officers Tho county board of election commis sioners Bhall give due notice of said ap Â¬ pointments of election officers to the sheriff of the county who shall at least Â¬ 5abccVb CURECOHSTIPATIOH 10 1 M CATHARTIC OLOYRRPORT s 7 KLY 8 TOOTH ECONOMY A tooth may decay for years before it aches It costs far Ices both in money and discomfort to take care of small cavi Â¬ I 5 i 7 I2 ALL 30 DRlrtfLSrat ties than large ones Come any timo and have your teeth ex- amlned No charge tor it We will be at Irvlngton on Wed nesday and Thursday after the fourth Monday ot each month C wP efcars HARDIN WILDER Brandenburg a easiel nspfA 9 Ae V wvenfeji ten days before the next ensuing election give each judg clerk and sheriff written notice of his appointment fr K The Host Fata Disease that more than any other disease When the first symptoms of this disease appear no time should be lost in taking Foleys Kidney Cure which is guaranteed or money refunded A II Fisher Cloverport R A Shell Haynes man Stepbensport Gordon A Witt Ilardinsburg Patesville It is not generally known adults die of kidney trouble DUKES Farmers preparing for plant bed burn- - VBc It Jan 28 to the wife of Jerry Baaham a line boy Human nature is more ashamed of weaknesses than it is of graver and more d cidid fauts There was a good crowd out at Nate S arks to prayer meeting last week Let everybody bring their song books next time good singing is half the battle Mrs Sarah Burnett and Mrs Mary Ritchey vi ittd Mrs Mollie Sapp Wed nesday Mrs Sapp has been very poorly for sometime but is some better at this writing Farmers have begun ploughing and preparing for another crop There is ex- Â¬ pected to be a latce crop of tobacco planted A small acreage and a better quality will demand better prices Bob Duke caught an Engish sparrow Wednesday and tied a little bell around its neck when he let it go it started towards Cloverport and was still going when last seen Somebody please tele- Â¬ graph to Q leen Victoria to return tht bell as soou as the bird gets there Ttie little boy that wlsheslto be respect Â¬ ed and loved by all is the boy when at the place of worship goes in the house and behaves himself in a niauly way Its very ugly for little boys to hollow and play out doorejduring services Remem Â¬ ber boys it never gets loo dark for God to see jou t Â¬ Advertising D nt labor uudt r the impression that advertising will not pay you simply be Ciuso your stock Is in t alarifd as some one elur uit adyertise and yourbuaiuesa A good advertisement opens will grow busiut na drives business leads business lalk8 buiut SH brings business does busi Â¬ ness aud it doubles business If you have good articles advertisa them freely but under no circumstances wate honest money advertising trashy goods It wont pay you Honest ad vertisli g will sell honest goods and if you get upou the right track there is no such thiug as failure If retail mlrcha its would study adver Â¬ Ideas tising properly and adopt and methods It would uotably increase Merchants in small towns basines should post themselves upon advertising and ho the first to spring now ideas to attract trade aud you will soon become the leading merchant of your place te if To Consumptives As an hon st remedy Foleys Honey and Tar does not hold out ialse hopes in advanced stagep I ut truthfully claims to gve comfort and relief in the very worst cases and In rally stage to effect a cure A R Fisher Cloverport R A Shell Hayues mail Stepheneport Gordon Patesville E A Witt Ilardinsburg Datjr To do the duty nearest simple sad natural as it may sees is really the most difficult thing la lite To see it even is difficult I do not know what It is in Hjaa that always jnakaa kla mam ored of tke distant thing It is always Today w tomorrow and tomorrow will drwua and plan and postpone to Â¬ morrow we will act wad so life gt to be a snarl of nglosd ycaterdaya a de Â¬ ceiving show of promised tomorrwi Netting really accomplWHML J If W of twtoW rfering horn AJttr pile Bv W iUBel oi Kaitaewvilto 1 of D waa eurod by using a stagU yw Witts Wljpu IIiuhI Mr Kts aWeM and ob rash pimpl such m Msdily eund by this siinafs famous waidySMfi A tor Sic 4 Should the county board of election commissioners fall to appoint such officers of election or either of said officers fall to attend for thirty minutes after the time for commencing the elec- Â¬ tion or refuse to act the officers in at- Â¬ tendance shall appoint a suitable person or persons to serve in his or their stead for that election If none of said officers shall appear as herein required the qualified voters present shall elect the officers of the election viva voce as near- Â¬ ly as possibly in conformity with the provisions of this act who shall serve as such officers Each officer of the election shall b fore entering upon the duties ot his office take an oath faithfully to dis Â¬ charge bis duties as Buch officer before some person authorized to administer an oath or it no such officer be present it may be administered by the clerk of the election who in turn shall be sworn by one of the judges ot the election Sec 5 Said county board of election commlfsioners shall constitute a board for examining and canvassing the elec- Â¬ tion returns of each county and award- Â¬ ing and issuing certificates of election Any two of the members of said board may constitute the board but if either be a candidate he shall have no voice in the decision of his own case If from any cause two of the members ot the board can not act In whole or in part in examining and canvassing the returns their places shall be supplied as in case of vacancies in such board Within ten days after election the sheriff shall de- Â¬ posit with the clerk of the county court the returns of the different precincts On the next day the said county board of election commissioners shall meet in the clerks office between 10 and 12 oclock in the morning open and canvass the returns of such election and give tripli- Â¬ cate of more written certificates of elec tion over their signatures of those who have received the highest number of votes for any office exclusively within the gift of tho voters of the county One copy of the certificates to be retained in the clerks cfflce another delivered to each of the persons elected and the other forwarded by the county clerk to the secretary ot state at the seat of government For offices not within such gift they shall give duplicate or more written certificates over their sig- Â¬ natures of the number of votes given in the county city towndlstrlct or precinct particularizing therein the precinct at which the votes were given one copy to retained in the clerks office one deliver- Â¬ ed to the sheriff and one in case ot municipal or district eloction to the common council of said municipality ot governing authority of such district The poll books shall thereafter remain in the clerks office as parts of its records So also shall the certificates of any precinct judges which may have been used in the absence of the poll book of that precinct Sections 0 to 12 describes the canvass ot votes in districts larger than a county and In the state at larg with the contest boards tor counties districts and state differing only from the present statute in that it places the matter in the bands of the election boards provided bv the art in lieu of the canvassing and contest boards now provided in the statue Sec 13 Said state board of election commission shall hold its sessions at the seat of government at Frankfort where suitable room shall be provided in some of the state buildings The members of the board shall be paid for all their ser- Â¬ vices under this act 5 per day while so in session provided that no member of Bald board shall be paid more than 100 for his services in any year Said board shall provide Itself with necessary books papers material and postage to enablo it to perform the duties with which it is charged by this act The chairman of said board shall certify to the auditor of public accounts the money so expended by said board and the sums that the members ot and its secretary are entitled to be paid under this act and thereupon the auditor shall draw his warrants upon the treasurer for the sum so certified to the end that the same may be paid out of the treasury Sec 14 The county board of election commissioners shall be paid for all ser Â¬ vices they may render under this act 2 per day while actually in session but no member ot such board shall be paid more than 20 fir his service during any year Said board may provide itself with necessary books and stationery to enable it to perform its duties under this act the amount of such expenditure and the number of days the members ot said board were actually in session shall be certified by the chairman of the board to the fieeal court ot the Bounty aad paid for out of county funds SfC 15 All acts and parts of aeta in conflict with this act are to the extsnt sitter evWenee that way etoatUm offieer of such eotfliet repealed Is dicquallAed under the prevision of See 10 Beeauee of the frauds that tfela aet then said aoaniy hoard shall in new perpetrated in elections in thU Vfetiajats said saaUar and detarnalBe eowBaoawealtu there is an emergency whether said oMoer k dtapuMflsd and that this aet take Immediate efeet and HIm he found tHqUied sen ofReer title aat shall take efeet upon its approv Â¬ halt be removed trow oee and quali al by the governor or Its passage 9 W We want to Tk tfVf-s-tVfV-- tkfakvv aeyVVsVeT KEEP ACCOUNT t Kent ni 4 IT I 1 on V Perhaps You Forget Sometimes that wo have a complete assortment of SHOES RUBBERS and OVERSHOES for men women and children and even babies Wo will sell a good solid school shoe ono that tho boys wont kick through in a hurry as low as 8125 This shoe fits well and looks well also Of Your Transactions A few handy little blank books cose very little and are worth a good deal for reference and satisfaction Often they will save you many timeB their cost We have them in all shapes and at very low prices Memorandum Books Cash Books Diaries Counter Books Day Books Ledgers We have in stock blank books of every description at very low prices We keep on hand all the latest and most popu lar Periodicals and Magazines NEW DRESS GOODS W E BROWN Irvington Ky 1 STATIONERY JNO D B ABB AGE il1VWWWVS PAYNESVILLE Deferred from last wctlc Give Us ri And walkout of our 300 m Subscribe Now m storsln pair of tho best French Calf doublc soled A wldc wtlt bull doe Shoes to be found In town varied line of Thomas Brown went to Louisville Fri- Â¬ day on a business trip The few days of sunshine weve had causes us to dream of roses and violets Willie Brown met with a very painful accident last week by falling down a steep flight of steps Mr Will Arnold stopped on his way home from Brandenburg Friday Ask Bessie why he stopped Miss Estella Elder the pretty and ac- Â¬ complished teacher of Arnold school has begun a spring term there Ed Burch and his teacher Prof Wiles attended the Literary at Sand Hill Fri Â¬ day They report a grand time Fannie Brown the daughter of Lm Brown Is critically ill with consumption and is not expected to live long Wolf Greek Is on a boom and is giving voice to her reviving spirit that is the way to do never grumble hard times are only products of our mlud Why Is It that some of Brandenburgs have got It in their four hundred heads that honest patriotic Dave Dun Â¬ can is not a full karet Democrat Court adjourned Saturday without having accomplished much a great ef-Â¬ fort was made to convict some of the horse racers but John waa afraid to indict Tom for fear Tom would return This is always the re- Â¬ the comrliraent sult of universal violation Dr Burch and Thoa Brown are two of the scariest men in Meade county During the recent high winds they have both shown thoir weak points One night when the wind was moat violent really threatening to blow the fence down at any moment the doctor roused his slumbering family and told them of the peril of remaining under that roof any longer and at the dead of night he led his family to a safer refuge a large log house Well I am real sorry that Gustons poet has got so mad at my innocent thoughtless remark about his effort in Yes Mr Bush I Gee versification Whillklns read every line of your verse and such a mixed up mess of words I never saw and I just think it awful green for a fellow to write a poem and get mad at the first one that compliments It Say I have written Mr Babbage asking him to kindly put your next 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the Circuit Court Fernandlna Fla Sold by A R Fisher Cloverport and R A Shell man Stepbensport Â¬ Erer bodr Bars So Caseareta Candy Cathartic the most won derful medical discovery of the age pleas Â¬ ant and refreshing to the taste act geatly and KslUvcly on kidneys liver and bowels cleansing the entire system dliel colds ewra haadaaha fever habitual coaaUpatlen and biliousness Please buy and try a box of O O O today 10 JA 60 cent Holdaod guaranteed to cure bjr all druwiate 0ns Year 0irar QUE YEAM- - INCLUDING SUNDAY 300 3 Mantht DAILY WITHOUT SUNDAY 4M 6 Heath Mantis 2M SUNDAY EDITION 39 TO 0 FAQ KM DAILY 6M 6 Menths 15Q IM 92 MtfiTHS Mr Nervsrs Who Is that banging the piano down in the parlor f Mrs Nervers Thats Mr Ttik nut sing his scales Mr Nervers Well I ieit hed rw era out of here Up ta Dale There U HJlv YOU R FORTUNE rsmiBSfSk -- - - - m vuuara sk ssssBBBSBBSk WEEKLY EDITION IoawaJ in Sml WMkly SwtloiM 8 PagM Eaeh Tuawday ami Friday THE 1HT TWIGI-A-Wra- C flPXE M tHTMS IM AMIlIOi YEAH if KMT9 aaia if Hm SDR OALOWKLLS M oaLmwomjuL UlwtrfeMM eisTssWeF lsT Were tat stfjt eBeTWsisFsis sTW Gaod 4W Ma iT W VMtlk STuseaiOs iarM TrV w i i izzzxrzr7i-rm7-- m fV V HUH TOa llssbsiflltr Tw svm s TllK GLOBKRINTIKQ JQt -- 3 1kiBL Breckehridge WEDENSDAY fwzmwmn KEl BRBLOKBLNBlIDOW News WESTERN SPOILS by the Agricultural Benkrtment Tbo investigation of western soils mado by tho division of soils of tbo agricultural department with tbo aid of tbo weather bureau which covers Low Â¬ er California tho San Joaquin valley tho great Falonso district comprising tho fcrtilo wbcatgrowing districts of California Washington and Montana tho Yollowstono Jrnlloy tho Bod river valloy and also tbo Alobavo and Novada deserts has developed sonio astounding foots Although tbeso soils excepting tho Bed river and desert districts men tioned havo only from one fifth to ouo half of tho nnnnal rainfall received by tbo territory east of tho Mississippi riv Â¬ to 20 inches erthatif is from 7 from drought thoy over suiTcr seldom Moreover practically nil tho rainfall they do rccolvo como3 in tho fall and winter seasons Only a slight fraction falls during tbo summer months when tbo crops nro growing Yet tho crops do not suffer An investigation of tbeso far western toils 1ms shown that thoy aro largely made up of the disintegra tion of tho original bnsaltio rock and that tbcro is little difference between tbo soils nnd subollr u dlfforenco very marked in the east They havo n re markablo power for tho absorption of moisturo nnd do not readily loso it by evaporation although tbo humidity of tbo atmosphere during tho growing sea Â¬ son is much lower than in tbo east Thus the crops by subsisting on tbo winter rains can Btnud long periods of drought In tbo San Joaquin valley tho great grapo growing region of Cali- Â¬ fornia tbo annual rainfall is but seven inches and from May to September only about six tenths of an inch falls yet tho vines flourish throughout tbo sea son It is true thoy are irrigated by canals but tbo moisture is absorbed and transmitted by tbo soils Thero is no surfaco application of wntor In southern California tbo winter rain fall is alio lit 1G inches the summer rain- Â¬ fall less than an inch and without irriga- Â¬ tion tobacco nnd other crops grow luxuriantly At Chino in this district sugar beets which require a great amount of moisturo grow famously Tho surfaco soil dries out in tho summer forming a dry crust or mnlch which seems to protect tho soil beneath In tbo territory nbout Walla Walla and Pullman termed tbo Palonso district tbo annual rninfnll varies from 10 to 20 inches of which from an inch to 10 inches fall during tbo season of tho growing crops yet owing to tho won derful power of tho soil to retain water nnd supply it to tho crops a drought of months is less injurious tbcro than ono of tho samo number of weeks in tho east where tho annual rainfall is abont 40 inches In North Dakota tho diffcrencoof tho soils about Bismarck when contrasted with thoso about Fargo and Jamestown where tho crops depend upon timely rainfall renders tbo crops abont Bis- Â¬ marck very uncertain whilo thoso of Forgo and Jnmostown seldom fail In tbo Mojavo and Novada deserts tbo an Â¬ nual raiufall averages nbout flvo inch- Â¬ es bnt beneath tho alkali crusts tbo soil is always moist n fact which tho scien- Â¬ tists hnvo as yet been unablo to explain Iu fact littlo is yet known of tbo pow Â¬ er of tbo soils to bold water As arte Â¬ sian wells show water in all thoso districts from 20 to 200 feet below the sur- Â¬ faco it is considered possiblo that thero is a slow and continuous movement of water upward from tho artesian sources which nro beyond tho influenco of local climate This is especially belioved to bo truo of tbo desert districts where tbo moisture of tho soil cannot be ex plained on tbo theory that tho soil could retain its moisturo from tho insignifi cant rainfall By placing eloctrodes iu tbo soil in all tbeso places nt various depths from n few inches to 25 feet it is believed that in tho futuro tho direction and intensity of what might bo termed tho water waves of tho earth can bo accurately determined Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ NKV8 SOVTBlRPOR1 mm Choice oountry Medium Creamery KY i iiwnukwup urn JW MNJUL - iiIW IIKMHIU Iniwm I t No KVUIUIPPIII - urtu sist mc FEBKUAHY 0 1898 Interesting Remit of Investigations Made 4444444e444t rAKivi field With keen and knowing eye With a bright and togulsh glance Sharper than a soldiers lanee At that glance my faint heart goes Down and hobnobs with my tooa Oan aha know tho boon I seek Why 1 call three tlmea a weekf -- How aho watchca all my moves TAh I hopo aha quite BpprovesI And aho treata me to each aire While my darling la up atalr Little listers prim and aly A Birthday Present MARKET lEfORTS 1898 J O Bfflceon BUSH D D S Henderson Routt SthSlrHtCamiton lnd Louisville Ky Feb 2 Shipper atonic mark all paekagea plainly with ihlpBerJi name and pott offlea addreii BUTTKR Dentistry in all its Branches practiced and nil operations performed In the most skillful manner at prices to suit the times Crown and Bridge Work a apcctalty Teeth extracted Positively without Pain ertiitrilli tenii 44 Rj No Co Tine Can Eatt Hound Lv St Louis In EfTett Jww 20 97 46 8 Mpm 4s No II A 1008 1 14 0w0 10 18 ft Henderaon Spottsvnie Owenboro KtanTllIe llawesvile 660im 7 IS 7 Mam J 20pm 346 3Mti 910 328 4 00 Bhea discovered why I caUl Little tliter knows It ftlll Harry Homalno In Ladles Homo Journal fllest Complete Dental Koomi 7rf Prime white joaie- Mlied Old No I doek JH Ih HonttierH iHdlaHB THE ROLLER ON THE FARM Instructive Statements Concerning It Ef feet Upon Soil Moisture fter tbo plow t consider tho roller tbersiost nocosenry Implement on farm As a tuoistnro bcuefnetor bow ever it plays its part in tbo spring on- Â¬ This statement is nindo by a writ- Â¬ ly er in Tbo National Stockman Tbo fol- Â¬ lowing remarks nro also from bis pen How shonld tbo soil bo and in what condition for tbo growing plant Say wo havo plowed 8 inches Of tbeso bo ginning from tbo surface 1 to 1 inch- Â¬ es loose soil shonld prevail then 4 to S inches compact not compact with lumps or clodB bnt solid with a onco loosened soil Tbo rest shonld bo in a mellow looso condition This is neces- Â¬ sary becanso tho rays of tho nun strik- Â¬ ing on tho loosened snrfaco and pcuo trating to tbo compact part will draw every particlo of moisture from bolow following tho theory of capillary attrac- Â¬ tion Tho moisture will remain in tbo 4 or 6 inches compact part as it cannot disappear or evaporate through tho loosened surface which acts as a seal Toko wheat for oxamplo tho Eocd of which falls two to throo inches from the surface It will therefore como into the compact part has a good mold of earth around it and its tender roots will spread easily having always moisture if thero bo any in tbo subsoil Now let us Geo bow wo go to work in tbo fall if wo npprovo of abovo theo- Â¬ ry Say wo havo a corn stubblo wo wish to put in wheat and timothy sowing tbo clovers of courso in tbo spring Na ture has dono its work of compacting counting from snrfaco flvo or sis incit- Â¬ es wo need thereforo only loosen and smooth this snrfaco with a harrow Then use tbo drill Seeding is finished Tho frost having left tho ground in tho spring every farmer will notice tbo soil lias lifted has risen and when completely dry will fall back and sink Thero is wbcro tho roller plays its grand part Should naturo bo allowed to tnko its courso by tbo sinking of tho soil 25 per cent of tbo little wheat and timothy roots will bo torn away from tho seed As soon as wo find tho frost gono and tho ground in a fairly dry condition we top dress with nitrato of soda and sow tbo clovers covering tho latter with the roller instead of brushing As I do not approve of a smooth snrfaco on account of whirlwinds etc I have found tho T bar roller perfection This roller be ing in bars rolls or compacts only yi inches of tbo surface leaving lJ4 iucb es untouched The land thereforo has obtained as perfect a condition as ouo could desiro with but little more expense Tbo roller is not necessary for intensivo farming alono but equally advantageous for tho bonanza wheat farms of tho west Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FKATHKR8 31 SHE THOUGHT IT STRANGE Naggley Went Out For 1IU Little Walk jmt Anyway 2830 1220 7a 3 33 H YOU SHOULD Cloverport Stephensport Inrlnfrton t Brandenburg ArrLoulsville West Bound Lv 11 1007 1045 78S SIS 917 945 37 1112 USSpra 74s No 4I No 4 344 440 603 622 603 621 4M M0 62S 617 730 No 5 57 EMPLOY None but ths County Surveyor to do Tour work He Is the anthotltird Surveyor ol the Countvi la an enpelrnced workman and knowahlabuslncai He ia alto Notary Public write Deeds and takea Acknowledgemedts Charges slwsys Heasonabls 45 I MP Preparing For Sugar Beets Tbo most essential preliminary to raising good sugar beets is tho proper preparation of tho seed bed IL A Huston writing from tho Indiana ex periment station says Tho ground should bo fltirrcd to a depth of at least 10 inches Tho best way to accomplish this is to turn a furrow about eight inches deep with a common plow and follow with a subsoil plow in tho bottom of tbo furrow Very few farmers who tried raising beets report that thoy used a subsoil plow or any other implement for stirring tbo soil to a greater depth than eight inchea The result of this is seen in many of tbo samples received Instead of a singlo tap root thero nro a number of small roots and instead of tbo beet growing well under ground it extends so far abovo ground that nearly ouo half of its weight is useless for eugat making pur Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Nnggloy throw down tho oveuing pa per ho had been reading yawned aud stretched and said be guossod hod go out for a littlo whilo whereupon Mrs Naggley said Where aro you going Oh no placo iu particular No I sposonot Its anything or any placo to got away from homo with yon Its mighty strange that yon cant content yoursolf for any length of timo in your own homo mighty strange 1 was reading this from Gootho today Ho is happiest bo bo king or poasant who finds peaco in his homo I said to myself when I read it I wish to tho Lord Too Nnggloy felt moro liku that Mrs Goetho must hnvo been a hap Â¬ py woman to havo a husband who could say thnt Ill bot a dlmo sho did not havo to sit alono evening after evening whilo Mr Goetho rippod nnd paced around nnywhero and ovcrywhoro just so ho neednt havo to bo nt homo with thowifo hod promised to love nnd hon Â¬ or and cherish and who had dono nil sho could to mako homo ploasant for him nnd Ill bot Mr Goetho didnt belong to thrco or four lodges nnd olnbs that ought to bo wiped out of oxistenco so tbo members of them would stay at homo with their wives whero thoy bo long Its mighty strango that a man con talk so swoet and nice abont n homo of his own when bos trying to doludo somo girl into marrying him and then when ho gots her nnd a homo ho wants to bo on tho gad all tbo timo I Bay its mighty strango How many times beforo wo wero married did yon mako mo slug Homo Sweet Homo for you aud now if I try to sing it yon look as if yond taken a doso of ipecac And look nt that motto Thcros no plnco liko home that you mado mo work before wo wero married so as to havo it all ready for our own homo It doesnt appeal to you any moro than it appeals to that lamppost out thero across tbo street Id liko to know why Tho land knows I do nil I can to mako homo peaceful and ploasant for yon You couldnt scrapo up a tablo spoonful of dirt in this wbolo house aud Ill put my cooking against that of any other woman I know of yes Id put it ngainst Mrs Gocthos oven Ill bet that her husband appreciated her n good deal more than you appreci- Â¬ ate me and Ill bet her homo wasnt a bit clcanor than mine nor her Whats that What did you say about her tongno I pity tho poor woman if she didnt havo a tongue Thoronover was a married woman yet who didnt need all the tongue tho Lord gave her and I dont know what Id do if it wasnt for my tongue and Oh yes rush off as usual right when your wifo is spoakingl It shows just how much yon respect her Its mighty strango how soon men chnngo after tboy aro married mighty straugol St Lonis Post Dispatch Â¬ MirDttyAR- r I - - POULTRY Ifaoa per lb 6 10 6 4 00 serious consequences wero feared I was treated by two eminent physicians but neither seemed able to roach mycaso and I continued on in this distressing con- Â¬ dition without hopo Finally a friend gavo mo as a birthday present a bottlo of your Kidney and Back acho Curo I realized Its benefit as soon as I began its use Improvement was steady and by tho timo two bottles had well Six years bocn taken I was havo now elapsed and I havo not had Fbkdohia N Y July 1 1894 Dr M M Fkxner Dear Sir When I was eleven years old I hod a weakness In my kldnoys and back which became- so distressing that Spring Chlckeni per lb Duoka per lb Oeeae per doi ROOTS Oloteng Senlea tinake Pink Yellow Wild Olnger Lad Slipper May Appl Blood Irylnjton Clorerport HaweaTlll Spoltavlile Henderson Eransrllle Loulavllle Brandenburg-- Stephen port Owenboro 2 2SQ2 40 21 1 CHINTZ ROYALTY COUNTY SURVEYOR HARDINSBUROirCY Address ArrStLoub 7S0am 460pm 600 861 643 915 720 961 739 011 11133 804 1135 916 1217pm 947 1240 1010 1040 115 732 1021 10 16 823pm B3J 962 3C 1068 1148 1223am 12 6 115 720 5 FIELD HEEDS 34 1 31 6 5 Timothy per knahel Clover per buahel Crimson Clorer per buahel Red Top rM bmhel Orohard Oraaa per buahel Slue Qraai fancy prr buahel Blue Oraaa extra per buahel Onion Seta Yellow per buahel - I 35 3 10 2 60 any return of tbo disease CHARLES Next O MARTIN White Prescription Pharmacist door abnye Pvnr A Coa Clnvrrpnrl HIDES Green food Dry Bait good Dry flint good Sheep akin WOOL Tnb waihed 16 I Rliavlng a lursued Bandit shaved Jcsso James tho once One need not become erratic to be kind and charitable Some one said How can a Christian wear diamonds when orphans are netdy and the sick tbo poor the allbcted are crying for Well how can we sit in any help comfort at all sit by warm fires eat palatable food or drtss in respectable clothing Why not sell ever thing and start out like the apostles without script or clothing and devoto time means and Many do it But talent to charity Suppose every- Â¬ can every one do so body gave up every luxury then what would become of those who labor to They would soon keep up luxuries become paupers for want of occupation Ill tell jou wear all the diamonds you can pay for if fitted to your position in life aud to your purao A sensible wo Â¬ man does not go in debt to gratify a desire for jrtweliy or fine clothes but if it gratifies her husband or her father to wear diamonds let her do so She can cultivate a good heart care for orphans visit the sick help the needy and dress beautifully too Good sense rules all ber actions and good cense dominates her wardrobe Thtee folks that talk about other folks wearing diamonds and dressing prettily must remember these samo Individuals are doing a good deal to keep nil the wheels of social and church machinery revolving We have no more right to think our friends should part with their diamond ring or their ear rings than tbey have to ask us to wear a five cent calico on all occasions and a pair of cotton gloves if we could pay for more genteel ones Difference iu circumstances must be taken in consideration I want a good woman a sweet pretty girl to have all the nice handsome beautiful fabrics she can afford and make up close to style in veguo To wear jewels and then her religion need not bo complex or ber deeds of mercy constrained Â¬ Burry Barry and Coti MISCELLANEOUS Tallow Beeawax 8orghum Molaaaaa Black Will be in Clover Trains leave Loniovillo as follows port on the 2d and 4th B Kaatt St W RAILWAY Cinclnnatl and the and the West No No No jouisvii 4pm Friday of every month Ar Cinclnratl e 83am MX la 643am 1155am 605pm Ar Columbus 1113am 355pm it O Ar Pittsburg asam 2S0 with Ar Wsahlngton 6rosm It loam Ar Baltimore 730am Ar Philadelphia 32 340 Casper May Co Ar New York iS3onn Ar Boston 0 01 0 00 O S Louis t V 45 10 85 J H Hunsche The TAILOR A I trains ran through Solid to Byansvllla Through parlor cars and Pullman sleepers on all trains between St Louis Kvantvllle and Louis vllle Numbers 41 and 42 connect at Irvlngton for Fordarllle and Hardin burg daily except Sunday H C MOKDUE A O P A Loubrille Ky jiA 1 B 0S W 10 a 35am 8 5pm RT 16 18 LY 2 7 17 05pm 30 10 15am 14 16 Q 18 23 00 CANNELTON IND ii FLOUR GREGORY Wharfoiasiers CLOVERPORT GO KENTUCKY High grade patent Stculght Patent Low Grade COKN No 2 Mixed at ator No 2 White OATS No No No No 2 Whit 3 7 Mixed Oata 3 6 25 6 00 4 60 Steamboat Agents - dining cars Cincinnati to Wahington Baltimore Philadelphia and New York without change Tran No 18 has elegant Pullman Parlor Car to Cincinnati and Pullman Drawing room and dining cars Cincinnati to New York without change Tram No so has sleepers to Cincinnati open at 9 oclock to receive passengers Nrsln No 16 has eleirant Pullman Iluflei Parlor Car to Cincinnati and Drawing room Sleeper and 3 oopm 2opm pm 5 55pm 9 03pm 1 al St Louis Springfield and the West Lt Louisville Ar St Louis No so 1300n No a 35am 16 81311m- Wi 30 Local Agents 27 27 25 26 Homestead Fertilizer Company and tandard Deslera In Oil Company Ar Springfield 8 40pm 9 33am North Vernon accomodation leaves at 7 15 a m dally Charlestown sccommodatlon leaves at j 30 p m except Sunday Trains Nos 16 so and 41 have elegant day coaches Pullman parlor and sleeping csrs to St Louis 640pm 7 No 44 810pm 1 asm WUEAT No 3 Long Berry No 2 Red No 3 98 98 96 From East TRAINS AKIIIVE is 7 35 a m is 13 noon 6 40 p m 3 ao a m From West 7 sea m is 13 p m 6 40 p m City Ticket office coutheat corner Fourth and S3 - Doors 8aah Blinds Yellow Pine Floor a m RYE No 2 Western ONIONS 61 2 Per barrel BACON Shoulder Clear rib aldea Clear aide Lard In tlercea 252S 6 6 6 ing and Coiling Weather Boarding Shingles Bait Lime Cement Laths Plaster Plastering Hair Plow Handles Bricks Etc Estimates Furnished for Buildings aad Building Material iitA Main atreeta Depot Seventh and river For detail Information regarding rates time on connecting lines sleeping parlor dining csrs etc addreaa It S BROWN District Pasa Ticket Agent n O S W II v 4th and Main Louisville Ky or J M CHBSSBROUGH General Paienger Airent Cincinnati Ohio G B WAKFBL Assistant General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio S Say few children escape that most annoy lnff but most common clildhood com- plaint caused by fterangctl kidneys and weak urinary organs In J5 years sales OTHERS i BANK or I Louisville HenderonS 3STO Louis RyCo TIME SCHEDULE In a Tab A 4 Effect At 630 oclek U Snndy Uay 30 1897 Train 44 not a single report ofa failure of Ffssl Bound Train Sail Bound Mail 42 iWINTERSMITH HARDINSBURG B V DEARD President WILL MILLER Vles Prealdant H BEARD Cashier 43 41 1BUCHU1 Tho intense itching and smarting inci- Â¬ dent to these diseases is instantly allayed by applying Chnmberluins Eye nnd 3kln Ointment Jinny very bad coses have been permanently cured by it It is equally efficient for itching piles nnd a favorite remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains frost bites 25 cts per box and chronio sore oyes Dr Cadys Condition Powders are just what a horso needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and They nre not food but vermifuge medicine and the best in use to put n horse in prime condition Price 25 cents per package i PcterCo butchecKsccrtainfuturemlscryandpam years success guarantees Its value Alt druggists and merchants sell It Arthur Louisville Duchu to cure fhla bad habit Winter- smiths Duchu not only stops present Bxprs Exprs Dally 4C0pm 6 03 6 37 6 40 6 48 Mall a STATIONS Cxprs Expr Dally 12 Dally 7 30am 8 8 8 8 KyCenl Agents 748 818 IvUnn Kentucky St ptar Dally 0 Tetter Sait Itlicum nnd Eczema W BEARD MORRIS ESKRIDUE V J R M JOLLT -- Director 563 600 609 618 626 B 21 29 35 42 13 INTERFRT PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS poses Both tbeso defects can bo corrected by deep plowing and subsoiling It is much bottor to do this plowing and subsoiling in tbo fall Wo thereforo advise all those who intend to experiment with sugar beets tho noxt year or who intend to raiso tkom for any purposo to pic v tbo land now aud bo ready to plant as early as tho season will permit in tbo spring This early planting is a great advantago cu tbo moderately light lands that are best adapted for sugur beets siuco it advances tbo crop to a stago wbcro it can better withstand tho usual dry summer scusou Baby Mine Every mother LA feels an indess Â¬ cribable dread of the pain and ant upon the T CwjayaaB danger attend- Â¬ its anticipation one of misery suffering and dancer of the ordeal make mothcrshouldbe a source of joy to all but the most critical pe- Â¬ riod of her life Becoming a MOTHERS FRIEND fering incident to maternity this hour which is dreaded as womans severest trial is not only made painless but all the danger is re- Â¬ moved by its use Those who use this remedy are no longer de-Â¬ spondent or gloomy nervousness nausea and other distressing con- Â¬ ditions are avoided the system is made ready for the coming event and the serious accidents so Com- Â¬ mon to the critical hour are obviated by the use of Mothers 13 the remedy which relieves women of the great pain and suf- Â¬ FrUm4 It is a Messing to woman IWt Ut ar s4res P fh PUWIU MkSOUTO Rtall Srug Btorvs 9100 PXXSOTXZJSea reaelp et prioe or Mat Wy sxtreaa MMT1 ptaUUtajr lIaatt4a afomftMea of iSEjL fnimt W all iwosnea wMI tx mt on pfMMtoa fcf Atkata noted outlaw down in southern Ken Â¬ A few months ago Mr Byron Every tucky a long timo ago said an old of Woodstock Mich was badly ullliuted gray haired follow on tho train tho other His right leg was day when tho mans lifo wasnt with rheumatism worth a penny Jesso rushed into my swolen the full length causing him littlo country place down in tho Bod great suffering He was advised to try river country ono day in tho latter part Chamberlains Pain Balm The first of December and asked me if I wouldnt bottle of it helped him considerably and Fattening1 Swine shavo him while ho looked after his An Iowa correspondent of Tho Farm colts revolvers nnd wntchod tho door the Bboud bottle efltcted a cure The Journal gives somo sensible directions I was not a barber by trade but thoso 25 aud 50 cent sizes are for sale by A B under tbo heading Western Hog Gump- persuaders Jesso had induced mo to try Fisher Cloverport aud it A Shellman Ho says All things considered it my hand with a now Wade tion Butcher Stephensport is best to ennfino hogs when fattening razor I took out of my showcase As I Givo them a run largo enough for suff- shaved tho man of iron uorvo sat with icient oxorciso Thus treated they will a cooked pistol in each hand and told Marble For Keepa bo quieter and gain moro iu a given mo in a few hurried words that n posse timo than if allowed to rovo over a large was pursniug him bent on capturing pasture Thoy should not bo put on full him doad or alivo on tho chargo of feed for at least ten days to two weeks robbing a bank at Kussullvillo a crime Full rations at tho outset will throw bo nvorred of which ho was not guilty them off their feed from which they Ho wanted his beard shaved off that ho may never fully recover By starting might fool his pursuers if they should gradually tbo bogs digestive and assimhappen to catch up with him I finished ilative organs aro prepared to handlo the job of scraping Tho much wanted without wasto tho increased supply of individual thanked mo and mounting food a horse which had bocn hitohed in tho Fatten but do not grow tho hogs in rear of my store bado mo good ovoning tho fatting pen It is too expensive and rodo away I didnt know for cer- Â¬ Grass is cheaper than corn When hogs tain who my visitor was although I aro ruady for markot sell Littlo is suspected it until tho next day when gained by holding for better prices I heard that a man in tho neighborhood when nogs havo ceased to tako on meat was telling that he had seen the older rapidly James tbo ufteruoon boforo I suppose that was tho last shave Jcsso James got Mere Mention Orango Judd Farmer reports that in Kentucky aud I have novorseeu him Louisvillo Post oulyumodcrato amount of alfalfa seed after that day has been secured from tbo 1897 crop taking tho west nt largo Sublrrlgatlon In Greenhouses Experiments with snbirrigation In Farmers institutes to tho numbor of greenhoubes show that all plants do not 234 will bo held this season in tho Buck respond in tho samo degrco to treatment eyo Stato begiuuiug Nov 29 and end Well Winner to tho mined one Somo are greatly benefited doubling ing March 5 darn It nil old man if you will go in Kansas farmers nro better off to tbo tbo crop whilo others seem to bo but for this nokt dt thing ymt must oxpeot lightly affected No plants have been to Into a marble or two Phil Muys extent of 40000000 than last year ac As far as recording to Secretary Coburn of tbo stato injured by subirrigntion WiutM uiiiual sults havo been tabulated tho greatest department of agriculture gains havo been mado by tbo plants in In an Iowa cattlo feeding experiment tbo following order BadiBhes lettuco Fatality oi Cro ip tho total gain mado by a certain num cucumbers cauliflowers bocts carnaber of animals given old process linseed Statistics allow that thoimnds of In meal was 097 pounds Tbo sumo lot fod tions violets celery roses tomatoes Iladishes havo generally shown tbo fanus and children die yearly of mem Â¬ now process meal gained in tho samo most marked gains but iu some trials braneous croup Wf do not exaggerate length of timo 783 pounds lettuco takes the lead By this mothod when we state that every one et thes Tbo Pnrduo university Lafayotto of watering tho radishes grow more innocents couhl havo been saved bad James IL Smart president aud W O quickly nnd como to a ranrkotablo size Honey an Tar been given them Lattu professor of agriculture has a earlier than when the water is applied Foova in time C tn you e fiord to be without i courso of four years a short ouo of two on tho surface Lettuco is the most A R Fisher Clovin your houiehnl 1 years aud a winter courso of 1 1 weeks profltablo crop nnder eublrrigation erport It A SlellniAn Stephensport beginning Jan 3 1808 Both sexes aro American Agriculturist Hajnes Pattaville EA admitted to all courses Gordon Witt Hard In burg Cernbusk Mat Mr Ward L Smith of FredericVstown One of the mott convenient articles Mo was troubled with chronic diarrhoea to havo in various ways is tho corn During thorolgnof Elizabeth English for over thirty years Ha had become husk mat It is very cheaply and quick Â¬ dndes wore shoes throo feet loug the fully satisfied that It was only a question ly made by simply braiding strands of too pointed and fastened up to the garter oi a snort time until lie would have to husks silt so that thoy shall bo of oven with goldon chains to whioh little bells r give up He had been treated by some MaehroBftheut their length and then were attached of the best physicians In Europe end tied together aud braided the length the provinces of Russia a In the southern mat is desired to be One at outer America but pot no permanent relief door to wipe boots and hoc each will drink resembling brandy is obtained by upon One day he picked up a nownpaper and keep much dirt oat of he boue The dUtilllug tbo juice of the wateriiMiloH chanced to read an advettleanjent of mats are alto nsful to put over vege Â¬ Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diar Â¬ tables la cellar or pkfats ia hotbeds oa Dont annoy others by year coagblajf rhoea Kemedy He got a bottle of It nights wbea the tfaenAometer ran low aw risk yoar life by neglecting a oc ld the first doee helped him am Its con Kicbange OaaMInnU Cough Cure cure coughs tinned two cured Mm For slo by A - Ta Car OesMttcMaMem oold eroup grippe and all turoat aatf R Fibw Cloyer port and It A Slwll- Jraka CaaafttwU OaaaOalaartla Mg or a BftAB j StMifcttMDOriL r luap trouble urt k Hayua Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 At the aw Office of 661 659 707 712 720 724 727 739 7 43 V G BABBAGE IN IIARDINSBURO 1011 1014 861 869 907 915 923 9 31 932 943 951 966 969 Wlllowdale Rock Haven Long Branch West Point Howard 35pm 7 45pm 12 20 733 11 f Oam 655 1145 1135 1128 1121 661 645 Brandenburg 1112 1102 Ekron Guston 1063 Irvlngton 1045 1037 Webster Lodiburg 1024 Pierce Ssinple Stephensport Addison Cloverport Shops 1020 634 626 618 610 603 660 bZ 530 522 618 516 608 600 6 40 5 42 1015 1007 10 Holt 02 You Can Get A Deed Mortgage or any writ Â¬ 764 804 812 818 827 833 8 42 1025 1035 1043 1049 1058 1106 11 14 juerican jAgriculturist All the leading Features that have mada tilts Journal so popular aro to bo retained the coming year mid many new ones added ten instrument drawn Kent buy or sell a piece of land Collections made and remit ancPB prompt Copying dono on the Call graph the best type writer in the world ONLY 100 A YEAR H L FordsvfMe Branch St I An Weal Farm and Family Weekly TIME TABLE Na 10 lie Pirm Such a Ilve Stock Dairy HO rallll lug Horticulture Poultry TAKING EFFECT MAY 30 1897 Market Gardening and Tradc Marks rfiaiUlflS other topics written by DE8I0NS West Bound Trslns East Bound Train Practical aud Successful COPVRiaHTS 4c Farmers supplemented with Illustrations niiv Dallv Dsilv DliW Anyone ending a ketch and description mar ex Sun ex Sun by nolo artists combine to make It invalu- Â¬ STATIONS ex Sun exSur qnlcklr ascertain our opinion free wnetner an able to those who farm It for a living No 2 No Commnnlca No5 Nol Inrentlon taprobsblrPtentalle The Latest Markets and Commercial tlons atrlctl j oonadentlal liana book on 1atenU 106tam Iv Irvlngton Ar floOam patents Agriculture Crop Heports In their season sent free Oldest saency for securingCo 1125 800 uarlteld through Munn A reoelro Istents taken Condensed Farm News and Letters among 1141 Hsrned 7 42 special netka without charge In the the Farmers are Lending Features In which 1147 Junction 77 the AMKittCAN AuiticuLTUlitHT la not ex 11 M Hardinburg 727 culled It has reliable Hneclal Correspond- Â¬ 12 lOfin Junction 717 ents at the Oenerul and Local Market Cen Â¬ elr Kirk weeklr 7 02 Ahsndsomelrlllnatrated journal Inrest S1 r ters all over the United States Terms culatlon of an j sclentino 1235 Jolly 660 yean four months L Boicltiruii newsaeaiers 1265 Glendcane Short Stories Latest Fasti 630 Family Ions Fancy WnrkThe flood J 16 Demnitr 620 CO York MUNN New Cook Talks with the Doo 120 arFslIsltoughlv 606 V Bt Washington V C Jlrsncb Office OS Features torluszle CoutestsLlbrary 145 5 44 ucmpaier Corner and Ynuiif Fnlki 165 Rockvale 6 38 1age combine to make this department of 206 Ruth 6 10 as much value and Interest as most of the 215 Aaklna 626 Bpeulal Family lapers a Oaka 230 610 QUKSTIONS answered on Law Medicine Mltrli1l Veterinary and other topics F11K15 2 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HOOK and Both Paper One Vear Each ALMANAC MSsMm Dally P D STAGGS gattwlaT Wtweest by L tail Wear AsMtsfdaaa VsalgM eriUa kf M Alafsd Mil tbd Km 4 rtiMamai sjals m jfi AddrM Tfca Wat sjiMsisty KY BREOKENRIDGE NEW CLOVKRPORT JT LevUrtlte easaeaysel as mj1m m IsMsiesraeUtatkaJeftM Wstltsefcta 1T aMi ir 4th 4sewf Mft sanaiejnaiMiM mi xmm fft ravr aasBaSBJXSBSaSPXvxeBaayspa fcMB5lL tttmitiMiui M7 i ravvY snt ww TP nm O V WlLLUMsV A OmMaMsw sty BtS4 L TMEt BRB3LOKmNRIlDQm Smyrnla rugs nt reduced prices Tho Fair Blankets and comfort at cost The Fair Over 60 styles of picture moulding to select from Suzers Tho beht cream cheeso can be had at the City Bakery Pretty picture frames for wedding pre- Â¬ sents Suz rs White stool gray and green mats for pclur i Sulzers Love levels all things with the possi Â¬ ble exception of tho head Get ready for heme cleaning have your pictures framed now Sulz rs Send your friend a valentine and who- Â¬ ever it is will still retain that love Judge Skillman held police court Mon- Â¬ NOT8 OLOYMPORT KY ARE YOU of The The Value r to tho pationco to keep on taking medicine- that does not euro But it la trying that leads to success If you afo Buffering from eczema boils eruptions etc you will begin your euro the day you begin trying - its Trying oarsaparillo I PERSONAL I Â¬ A BIO JOKE Demonstrates New Circulation BANKRUPTinhealth constitution undermined by ex- Â¬ travagance in eating by disre- Â¬ garding the laws of nature or physical capital all gone if so Now you see it now you dont go U m Breckenridge WEDEN8DAY News 0 1808 FEBRUARY J Local Brevities 5 Valentine day the 14th Fresh cakea City Dakery Chair ecnts all sizes Sulzers Toilet soap Gregory Gibson Keep yoar eye on the Fair locals All of the tropical fruits City Bakery Plaid shirting 4c per yard The Fair Pure country lard Gregory Gibson Boots at lowest possible prices The Fair Horse collars at all pricec 3ee Frank Hasweli Fine suit or overcoat IS worth 14 The Fair FreEh bottled goods Gregory Glb oon CApes and jackets at and below cost day Tho docket turned out rather light A new fashion In the make up of man has struck some of our stylish young men it is tho letting of the beard grow Nothing but first class woik can leave our picture framing department Your money worth is what you must have Sulzers CITY COUNCIL Holds on Until Nine Oclock The Most Spirited fleeting of the New Year t The Fair Ice houses in town are not oveifbwing as usual Suit or overcoat at 0 50 worth 10 The Fair N Y Counts 25 cents per d zin nt the City Bakery Ilooslcr cotton yard wide 4c The Fair Comical valentines for your friends at Babbages Suit or overcoat at 5 worth 8 The Fair Hay corn shipstuff for sale at Stader Whiteheads Klondike gold a new shade in gold frames Sulzers Ladies glove grain shoes 85c worth 1 25 The Fair Buy your feed stufl from Stader v Whitehead Ladies fljered lined hose at reduced prices The Fair If it is a set of harness joure after that place is Frank Haawells A regular feed store has been establish- Â¬ ed here Stader Whitehead are the proprietors Mr Sam BjunpMias acrepted a position as fireman of switcliengine located at Henderson Jesse Graham who has been off for sometime visiting relatives in this city has resumed work A bowling alley has been erected in It L Newsoms vacant store room Irvin OBrien ie the roaaager The best guarantee in every particular is what goes out with eadderly and har Â¬ ness purchased at Frank Haawells Messrs Chas W Moorman Jr and Walter Scott Smart two of this citys bright young men contemplate the or ganizition of Oy literary club A V Ellis traveling agent for Ores Â¬ cent bicyclts was in town Monday M Son accepted the agency for Hamman this season and will have samples about March 1 Miss Annie Yeakel an estimable young lady nineteen years of age died Monday of typhoid fever at Victoria She was the daughter of Mr and Mrs William Yeakel This beautiful and pleasant weather has iriBtllled those fond of the biko sport to get their wheels out of the ruBty corners Some flfteon or twenty were out Monday making the macadamized streets wet with perspiration The ladies of the Methodist church will give a social Thursday evening Feb Â¬ ruary 10 at the residence of Mrand Mrs HA Oelzn Refreshmentsrecitations and music by the Mandolin Olub Come out as this will be au enj jyable occasion all for 10 cents Joe Johnson colored was arrested in Louisville last week on the charge of robbery Detective Wills and Marshal Hall worked up the caso It isthe supposition that ho is the one who has been doing all of this petty thieving He will be given an examining trial sometime this week Charles Harableton fireman on the Texas while on duty last week got the Angers of his left hand severely mashed He was wiping out the window of his en gine and it became Jarre 1 and blew too catching his hand His salary continues as he was fortunate in carrying au acci Â¬ dent policy in which he gets an Indem Â¬ nity of 10 a week Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The regular monthly assemblage of our city fathers gathered at the City Hall Monday night to transact the current months business Clerk DHuy read minutes of last meeting which were ap- Â¬ proved by the body Mayor Barry called for new business and under this head came the letting of the tax books and city warrants to be printed Councilman Skillman made motion that the clerk should let the contract which was ap- Â¬ proved The bonds of the various city officers were then taken up for approval and acceptation as follows Treasurers bond O T Skillman for 3000 term of two years with A B Skillman as securi ty Clerks bond F N DHuy 500 term two years with II A Oelze as security Marshals bond John L Hall 2000 term two years with F N DHuy and J T Skillman as security Reports from city officers were then beard Judge Skillman reported fines amounting to 5 Street and Finance Committees bad no report to offer and the next in order was claims and ac- Â¬ James R Skillman fees 0 counts and salary 15 John L Hall fees 37 C0 and salary 20 S E Wilson lamp lighter 1080 G W Wilson hauling 50 cents Sons 25 cents Wn Vest Councilman Skillman said after pay Â¬ ing the claims and accounts it would leave something near 300 In the treasury and made a motion that 100 bo placed to the credit of the sinking fund which was carried Petitions and miscellaneous business was the next on docket and nothing came under this head Councilman Haynes made a motion that the collection of 07 and 08 school rent be placed with the Marshal which was approved Councilman then made a motion to adjourn and Mr Ed Good- Â¬ night who was among the visitors pre- Â¬ sent arose and made an interesting talk A Clo7er Trick in behalf of the proposed Illustrated edition of the Bbeckenwdoe News The It certainly looks like it but there is Council after some discussion agreed to realy no trick about it Anybody can take 250 copies try it who has Lame Back and Weak Kidneys Malaria or nervous troubles Orcat Sport We mean he can cure himself right It was an ideal day for fox chasing and away by taking Electric Bitters This Cloverport has some of the most enthus- Â¬ medicine tones up the whole system iastic huntsmen in the state Uucle Silas acts as a stimulant to the Liver and Kid Â¬ Llllard a veteran fox hunter with neys is a blood purifier and nerve tonic Henry May Gus May Bert Beavin and It cures Constipation Headache Faint Â¬ Sam Brown colored mounted their fleet ing Spells Sleeplessness and Melancholy last Friday and soon were in full cry It is purely vegetable a mild laxative after two sly reynards Uncle Silas is and restores the system to its natural about sixty five years of age but he rode vigor Try Electric Bitters and be conlike a centaur and for the largest part of vinced that they are a miracle worker the morning gave the younger men a Every bottle guaranted Only 50c a bot birds eye view of bis back He was in tle at Short Haynes at the death of both a red and a grey fox Both wore fine specimens Meador Mattingly Â¬ Â¬ An interesting story comes from Clov- Â¬ erport to the offect that Mr II O Cerf a former Louisville boy received last Tuesday among his oilier mail a letter from his aged father in this city contain Â¬ ing a check for 25000 on the Gorman Citizjns Bank It came in the naturo of a surprise al varieties to the paster by But touch thought the occasion was his thirty not eighth birthday The letter read as follows THINK ABOUT YOUR HEALTH This is a present from your father and it is the best he can do as bualneF8 This li the Time to Give Attention to is dull It however turns out to be a huge Yonr Fhyiical Condition joke on Mr Cerf His father Abram Cerf lives at 000 Floyd street Mr The warmer weather which will come Abram Cerf said last night to The Com- Â¬ with the approaching spring months mercial should find you strong and in robust If I had 25000 I would find ample health your blood pure and your appe-Â¬ use for it myself and would not be send- Â¬ tite good Otherwise you will be in dan- Â¬ ing it to my son I only wish it were ger of serious illness Purify and en- Â¬ true that I was able to do so As my rich your blood with Hoods Sarsaparilla sons birthday was on February 1st I and thus prepare for spring This concluded to have a little fun at his ex Â¬ medicine makes rich red blood and pense and picking up a blank check ly Â¬ gives vigsr and vitality It will guard ing on the table I wrote it out aud sent you against danger from the changis it to him which will soon take place Monday Mr Cerf has been at Cloverport for Delightful Miss Mrge Harrington and Mips six months and is the manager of the Fair a general merchandise store Boulah Winterbower of Muldraugh Mrs Dr Smith assisted by her daugh Â¬ were with Mrs Jo Seymour last week ter Mrs Lathrop Tracy Ried had at her And Everybodys Sorry They left for home yesterday home Thursday afternoon the Womans Louisville Times Mrs Nancy Jane Board Sanders who Abram Cerf of 000 Floyd street sent Reading Club The afternoon was made was tried in June before Judge A hi for reading of The his son II C Cerf now living at Clover- Â¬ most enjoyable by the insanity and sentenced to the Lakeland of Lyons Head by William port a check on a Louisville bank for Landlord asylum died there the 1st of this month Dean Howells after which refreshments 25000 as a birthday present The sons were from cerebro spinal meningitis served Those present were Mrs joy knew no bounds He resolved to Walter Sherman Toledo O Mrs John O T Duncan of Hawesville was retire from business and see the world Mr in town Monday He purchased from when his hopes were dashed by the in- Â¬ Burks Henderson Ky Mrs White thePatton Vitrified Brick Company a formation that the check was no good Mich Miss Lucy Watkins Owensboro Mrs John D Babbage and Mrs A War car load of brick He will use them in and the whole affair a joke field Cloverport repairing his farm dwelling below town itlakca Cm All Popular Invitations are out announcing the Dr Bells cures coughs Hawesville Flalndealer marriage of Miss Katherine Lee Bruce for young and old Most cough medi- Â¬ H O Cerf manager of The Fair at Boyd to Mr Charles Pierce Babbage to cine simply help you cough Dr Bells take place Wednesday afternoon Febru- Cloverport recoived a check for 25000 helps you not to cough ary 10 at three oclock at the home of from his father Monday as a birthday See the difference Would you like to gift Mr Cerf Is a splendid young bus Mr and Mrs Alexander Boyd try It Is is particularly valuable for man has a fine business and is popular Miss McCorwIck of Henderson those who can not stand the strain of with all who know him and Miss Nannie Brashearof Hawesville coughing Ask your druggist for it are the guests of Misses Jarboe They Take no substitute There is nothing as SB HABTMAN SATS good as Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey Good are here with the view of organizing a class of young ladies to take embroidery druggists sell it a Cures Catarrh Wherever lessons It is said Mr James T Skill FOREIQN CAPITAL man will meat probably be a member Located Â¬ Pe-ru-n- Mr J T Conner went to Rome Mon day Hon David R Murray left for Frank Â¬ fort Monday Sheriff Burton of Hardinsburg was in town Monday Hoxsoy Batt of Cannelton was in tho city Monday Nance Lewis left for Louisville Mon Â¬ day He went on a business trip Mrs Moser of Evansville is here visiting her daughter Mrs William Hot- ins J A Dean Owensboro spent Monday in town looking after his business inter- Â¬ ests Miss Florenco Lewis the popular sales lady at the Fair Is taking a vacation oi a month Capt A J Gross and wife of Holts Bottom were registered at the Mitchell house Sunday Wilburn Gregory who has been visit ing friends in Cannelton returned home Monday evening Miss Minnie Embry went to Addison Sunday to spend a week with her grand- Â¬ mother Mr 8 Merrltt Hon Til Groves Toblnsport Ind was in the city Monday enroute to Owensboro on legal business Miss Lissie McDanial returned to her home in Henderson Monday after a brief stay with Miss Alice Mattingly Chas W Hamman went to Louisville today This looks as though the current rumor will shortly take place Mrs W H Bowmer Mrs W J Sherman and Mrs John Birk went to Addison Monday returning that evening Frank Mercer and Frank Board of Hardinsburg two of that citys 400 were among their friends in this city Sunday Mrs White of Michigan who has been the guest of her Bister-in-laMrs James U Harris returned home That tho BnECKRNRioart News Is close ly read by tho exchango editors of the Kentucky papers is demonstrated by the following excerpts from their columns It will be seen that both manager Cerf of the Fair and the News have been the victims of a hugo practical joke Mr Cerf as a business man has been taught an object lesson that proves the value and extenslveness of the circula- Â¬ tion of tho News and he can also con- Â¬ gratulate himself on having achieved a great deal of free advertising The News is without doubt quoted far more ex- Â¬ tensively than any other weekly newspaper in the state and tho public can bank upon it that an item that appeurs in this paper will be read in every county in Kentucky From the Louisville Commerclil Thats the way the bargains Tutts Liver NEVER DESPAIR Pills will cure you When you see us advertise a thing You can bet its so -- - For sick headache dyspepsia sour stomach malaria torpid liver constipation biliousness and all kindred diseases Show mo a man or woman who does not road an advertisement said John Wannamaker the Mophant Prince and I will show you a person who stands in their own light Tutts Liver Pills an absolute cure Beautiful to Look Upon Roadmaster Hudson has something al Â¬ ways in view for tbe betterment of the road and to please the traveling public He is having erected West of tho depot a flower garden when completed will cover a space of 30 x 40 This will be the only flower spot on the road and doubt- Â¬ less the first built on any road How tempting thou fragrant roses and other Here is another batch of bargains for your digestion 80 pair ot Childrens Overshoes at A good pair of 40c Suspenders A large can Gilt Edge Shoe Polish in tin cans only A 2oc bottle seal oil shoe dressing with an 8 inch buttoner 0 inch nickel plated Shears A good 4 bladed boys Knife imitation stag handle 60 paper back novels 25c bocks at 03 well bound novels and other good works 200 to 300 pages at A good stem winding watchsllver worth 10 1 good watch worth 3 00 key winder 44 pair of 10 inch strap gate hinges at 400 lbs casing and finishing nails slightly rusty per pound A good Shaving Brush 1 package 10 sheets of paper 10 envelopes 1 lb good cooking raisins for 1 lb good cooking Figs for 1 lb good cooking Currants for 0 extra fine Mackerel for 10 20c loo 20c 25c 25c 05c 15c 3 00 175 15 02 05 05 05 05 10 Meyers flavoring extracts lemon and vanilla set glass Tumblers full of pepper and mustard 2 big packages Chewing Gum 1 gallon old N O Molasses 1 25 15 GO 05 25 Write us for prices on Picture Frames Give size of picture and we will quote you prices SULZERS mmmmmktmmmmmmmmzml Brandenburg Normal and High School Spring Term Opens February 1 f a 1S9S A good and Thorough teachers course and business Courses practical and thorough Teach- Â¬ department Location pleasant ers well trained and experienced expenses low Tuition in prepatory course according to advancement 3 00 per month in advanced courses Board in private families 2 00 to 2 50 For Further information address A C BURTON President or F E HARESY Vice Prcs 44444444444444444444444444l4444444 I am now a medical student at the Kentucky I am a free tilver man and my home it In Tcial School of Medicine I left my home in Tem ux fall one year ago and I think that I was the most in Â¬ I came to Dr G W Randolphs Voice School at jiJ Poplar street veterate stutterer in the world Memphis Tenn and 1 am proud to say that he put me to talking as well as anyone the first day and I have not stuttered one time since and I advise all stutterers to goto 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 po to his voice school in Memphis Tenn or Macon Ca He has hne voice trainers at either place and will guarantee to cure the most inveterate stutterer in from one to two weeks I do hope that all sufTcrers who may read this will go to see him or his partners in Memphis or Macon Oa twill answer letters oi Inquiry EUGENE LKDUKTTER if you lncloes stamp Respectfully Free Silver Is Good Free Speech Is better Yet All classes and conditions of people Interested In Local Coal Field By f A thrill of terror is experienced when a brassy cough of croup sounds through the house at night But the terror Boon changes to relief after One Minute Cough Cure has been administered Kafa and Hayner harmlesi for children Short Death Takes Htm Away Little Loyd Edmund Pok son of George Polk of Toblnsport Ind died Informal Monday morning of membraneous croup On Tuesday afternoon of last week a His illnesswas of a short duration and most pleaeaut event occurred It was the bereaved parents have the entire the Informal entertainment of Mrs O sympathy of the community M Ament of Ellzabethtown at the Tidings of Joy handsome home of Mrs Francis Fraizo is positively known that both the It Those present were Mrs J F Red Â¬ man Glendalo Mrs W O Allen Mrs Acme and Fatton brick plants will open B up in the near future I his will be good D R Murray Misses Georgia White news to the people of this city and tho Joaie Rait Alliene Murray and Lula residents of Cloverport can now prepare Owen for tbe good times coming Another In- Â¬ Chemistry has done many things for dustry will be opened up this summer manklud but the discoveries in 1801 that will give employment to about that led to the manufacturing of Putnam SO coopers but that is under tbe bat as Who would prescribe only Fadeless Dyes was the muster stroke yet In a month or so the public will tonics and bitters for a weak Wit1 these Improved Dyes cotton wool know all about the latter concern Its muscles and puny child or silk can be dyed with one operation nerves are so thoroughly ex Â¬ Glad Tidings to Asthma Sufferers in half the time and with lees labor than hausted that they cannot be any other Sold by W E Brown with Foleys Honey and Tar gives quick whipped Into activity The Irvlngton and positive relief In all cases A Mr Reuben Rowland brother of Capt child needs food a blood Fisher Cloverport R A Shellman J II Rowland is here and will remain New Club making nerve strengthening Haynes Pates Stephensport Gordon several days Mr Rowland is a resident and muscle building food One of the latest organic itions on Easy vllle E A Witt Hardinsburg and Is prominently identified of Paducah Street is the forming of a Croklnole with Kany larg enterprises asd also one Will fiet Their Reek Here Club This is a scientific game and a J Um principal owners of the Street very interesting one The members The Evansville contractor who were Railway System of that city He is that compose the club are as follows successful In securing the contract to eharawd with Okwrport and said To of Cod Liver Oil k all of this Mr and Mrs T M Watkns Mr and build the new government locks on the jny mind capitalists looking for invest and you still have a took in Mrs AY O Allen Mrs Aria Waifleld to get out their river utenta couldnt a Wetter location Umm the hypophophlU of lime 1 Misses Jenny Warfleld Joale Raltt and Ohio for the are expected job at this point The large rock yoHrtown and soda to act with the food Allleae Murray amount of masonry that will be required Ttw following farmers bays finish For thin and delicate children j will make this a very Important Indust Â¬ Um tfelivory of Uwlr tobaeeo to James B Dr Sells Pitte Tar Honey combines rial Interest for this polRt during the there It no remedy superior Fa Jr and wra paid Um foregoing new and valuable medleal agencies It coming summer to it In the world It means priew J I MarriaM 6 fi and 1 advances a sew theory la the treat seat growth strength plumpness O F Rl W 50 W d1 JA of eottgltf eolik lung ami broschlal af Whooping cough is the most distress and comfort to them Be sure 1 Harrisoo 60 U and WH fcoUoBs It cures aed cures quickly It Ing malady butltsdnralloa eaa be cut SCOTTS Emulsion you Htewari T Md 1 Pat Quinn afford immediate relist to eoMtimpUvM short by the use of On Minute Cough mU ilee all taffitU pi 60 county and and 1 and many who wer thought to hav Curs whloh la also Uta hst kaowa reme Â¬ SCOTT BOWKS Ctwmleu Nsw York PttHlfa 0HftV iMttWuridgo eoooty onsompiion have been cured by its dy for croup and all lung and broaohUl troubles Short A Hsync Pe-ru-- Two miles from town on the pike at the country home of Mr and Mrs J W Meador will to day Wednesday at 0 oclock occur the marriage of Mr Charles Mattingly to Miss Julia Meador Rev W B Rutledge pastor of the Baptist church this city will officiate Both the contracting parties are well known in this city and county have chronic catarrh It spares neither strong or weak old or young healthy or sickly All ranks of people have chronic catarrh Rich men poor men beggarmen thievee lawyers doc- Â¬ tors merchantB priests Not only catarrh of the head but catarrh of tbe throat catarrh of the lung catarrh of the stomach catarrh of the kidneys catarrh of the bowels and a multitude of women are aflllcted with catarrh of the pelvic organs When it is said therefore that cures catarrh wherever located a much larger fact is stated than at first appears Who is it that says will cure catarrh wherover located Doctors say it lawyers say it preachers say it a vast army of men and women say it who have tried it The old and the young say It They say it In the East and in the West They say it in the North and the South All these say will euro catarrh wherever that located Send for a free copy of an illustrated book of testimonials entitled Facts and Faces sent by the Drug Man- Â¬ ufacturing Company Columbus Ohio Â¬ Pe-ru-Pe-ru-Pe-ru-- Home Promoters In this coming year thoro promises to be quiot a revival in business There is being organized in this town a company instituted with foreign capital for the purpose of developing the coal fields in this county Every effort on the part of tbe oigauizers are being advanced to es tablish this enterprise Â¬ McQUADY Ice houses filled at last W O Duncans children aro better Miss Nellie Crews Is convalescent W D Wilson went to Hardinsburg Friday II H Pate has been quite sick for several days The engine for our new- - mill has ar- Â¬ rived Miss June MtQuady went to Kirk Saturday Mrs Sam Beavin is quite ill with stom- Â¬ ach trouble J T F Owen is suffering greatly from catarrh of the head Miss Carrie Pulllam Rockport Ind is the guest of her sister Mrs W L Frank Mrs Owen Bice Tar Fork visited her parents Mr aud Mrs T J McQuady Saturday Misses Minnie Bowman Ada Durham and Artie Pate Kirk attended church here SundayBro White preached an excellent ser Â¬ mon Sunday His subject was Obser- Â¬ vance of the Sabbath Sam Jolly has moved to his new home at Glendeano He sold his farm near here to Ernest De Jernette The prayer meeting at this place is we are glad to say still flourishing meet- Â¬ ing twice a week Wednesday and Satur- Â¬ day nights from Dr II D Basham dentist Owensboro was here a few days last week and was kept quite busy during his stay He will be here again next month Notice J W Tate has bought the Interest of Bland Lyons In the black- Â¬ smith and Implement business and all indebted to the firm of J W Pate fc Co will please settle at once bTho little child of Mr and Mrs rBratcher a babe of six months whose parents died some two months ago will be taken to the Luclle Home this week Great praise is due Mrs W L Frank who kindly volunteered to care for the little one during its mothers illneer and has kept it since her death - IRVINGTON Mrs Bate Washington dined a select few last week Airs Hawea is off to Hawesville rela lives and friends for a few days visit Mrs Dave Henry and Miss Salle made The Greatest Siioovery Yet W M Repine editor Tiskilwa 111 We wont keep house Chief says without Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds Ex perimented with many others but never got the true remedy until we used Dr Kings New Discovery No other reme Â¬ dy can take its place in our home as in it we have a certain and sure cure for coughs colds Whooping Cough etc It is idle to experiment with other rem- Â¬ edies even if they are urged on you as just as good as Dr Kings New Discovery They are not as good because this remo dy has a record of cures and besides is guaranteed It never fails it satisfy Haynes Price 50c and 100 Short Â¬ a flying trip to Brandenburg last Thurs Â¬ day Mrs Hawes entertained Miss Ellen McGehee and visitors to dinner Thurs Â¬ day Mrs Jim King and son Leo are both ill with pneumonia but are improving now All It Net Gold tf Puny Children Mr J II Hunche of Cannelton was in the city last week Mr Hunche lost 2000 by the failure of the Masonic Mu tual Insurance company of Indiana Tho above insurance organisation was not conducted by the Masonic iraterni ty and Its name was a misnomer An- Â¬ other case of a wolf masquerading in Bheeps clothing Â¬ Oat of Order My blood was out of order sores broke out all over me and I suffered with sick headaches After taking a few bottles of Hoods Sirsaparilla my face be- Â¬ came smooth and the sores disappeared I am also relieved of headacUes aid con Â¬ Mrs Mary Duncan sider myself well Hickory Valley Tennessee I Scotts Emulsion Hoons Pins are the best family ca tbartlc and liver medicine Gentle reli Â¬ able sure Te Preepeet The Breckenridge company limited is preparing to do considerable prospecting on Its property in the Southern end of the county i The London representative of the company Major II J Nevitt ex Â¬ presses himself as confident that there is a distinct vela of eaaitel eoal on its leases sail every effort will be made to develop Dr and Mrs Baxter Guston were guests of Mr and Mrs Frank last Fri- Â¬ day Little Julia Lyons we are pleased to sayis rapidly recovering from her recent severe illness Mrs Henry Dugan had a guest Miss Sellers from Jessamine county A charming young lady Miss Bessie OBryan of Bhodelia accompanied by her brother were guests at Mrs Floyd Grejnwoods last week Two of Merinos fair belles Misses Maggie Carter and Kena Roberts are visiting relatives in Cloverport The Misses Moorman of Cloverport guests of MIso Ellen McGehee returned to their home Friday having enjoyed a lovely visit Miss Mattingly of Long Lick was a guest of Mrs Columbia Rhodes a few days upon her return from an extended visit to Owensboro Bay View Reading Circle will meet with Miss L B McGlothlsn promptly at half past 1 oclock February 15 to take the study of Life Among the Germans The Catholics of Holy Guardian Angels parish will hold services in the parochial schooMiouse the fourth Sun Â¬ days until the new church In com Â¬ pleted Miss Nora Henderson contemplates a visit to Louisville soon Look out Nora we suspect girls who sport solitaries and hie to tho chief metropolis between seasons A letter from Morris Jolly ells of pleasant visit to the state capital ami Lexington of himself and Roy Wimp both of whom are at the L T S at BeechmoHnt Mrs A B Coleman was critically 111 few hours last Thursday Sbe UbeiUr tt it There are three little things which do any other three little more work th thlBM ereatod they are tho ant tbs be and De Witts LUtU Early JUmn the famous little pUk lor stomach ad Uvsr Uouble ShfH A Haynes CASTOR A I xwr iHfajtt gt asd Chllir Httk 11 bow asd has goae to Ifardla eoualy to bo under the special of her Dr We hop ah will sotM 1m able to return to t Nooyofw wt mus MlLvLf i fT wvpwMvu mu wvra wutvn soa-in-la- Rer trtuat nr 6 TTHm BRmOKElNmDQEL NEWS 03UOVmifiJPORTt KY GLENDEANE NOME IYINI MAIE EASY QUAHTKfTLY REPORT or Tits SALE OF STOCK FIXTURES RENT OF STOREHOUSE t ANYONE desirous of a good paying investment HERE IT IS This is one i i I of the oldest mercantile houses in Cloverport centrally located sell the stock and fixtures as a whole for a rcasonabje figure Will J FOR FURTHER INFORMATION WRITE TO Vennle Moorman goes west In A short time Somo fioo skating and happy skaters last week Mr Willie Owen has returned to eastern Kentucky Mies Mary Moorman Is teaching the primary classes at Utopia Nettle Owen daughter of Mr Jesse L Owen died last Thursday Mies Lulu Vessels Ilardlnsbnrg Is visiting Mrs Joo Mattlngly Mrs D C Moorman attended preach- Â¬ ing at Falls of Rough Sunday George Bishop several years resident of Gleudtane has moved his family to Cloverport Again I will open out with a full line of goods at my old stand in Glendeane J II Browns Junius Owen was at homo front Louis vlllo a few days last week while his sister was sick I will pay cash for produce and will sell as cheap as any one iu the county EVEN A CHILD CAN DYB WITH DIAMON DYES Diamond Dyes Color Anything Any Color towns 5carfs aad 5ults flake Old Cloaks Look Like New How to Dress WeH at Small Cost Breckinridge - Bank CLOVERPORT KY At ths Close of Business on the 31st Day of December 1897 RTISOUrtCES Loans and Dlsconntsleis loans to Direc- Â¬ tors Loons 10 Officers Overdrafts um cured Dae from National Banks 140117 3i Due from Stste Banks ind Bankers 1S68oo3 146 W H BOWMER CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY El 1898 Su Mr Editor it bos been quite a while since there appeared in the News items from this part of the brush and as my paper is soon to expire I thought I would write asking for a continuation of samo pledging myself to make itallright The health of tills community la fairly good Miss Nelly Goodman who has 18 14 15 16 17 18 19 been don n with fevers is couvalt scent W T Macy and family who had been 20 23 25 26 down with samp Is up and at their post of duty I Religiously speaking this community is enjoying the salutary swettfl of a reviv- Â¬ al that closed tome timo ago Financially Fpeaking this community In Lore With All Is not wealthy ns other communities but Im mighty fond o summer an sprtnull sorter do for industry it cannot be surpassed An autumn Is a hummer but I like the winter while prosperity is on the giving hand too Chilly winds a swcepln icy leaves that all unfortunatly for up our land le not rich I Bowlii time or reapln Jest in lovo with nil enough to produce the best varieties and Bprlng an summer find me llngrln mighty quality especially tobacco and we are late compelled to fertilzi heavy if we realize Woltln fer the kisses o the sweetheart at the gate even a fair compensation for our labor fidBut when the winter whistles I hear the The great difliculty is we plant too much sound dles An Im mixed up In the music an I m swing and the result Is an inferior article con- Â¬ In her aroundl sequently low prices prevail Thing that makes rae happy mighty happy The school has closed at this place day an night taught by Robert Weatheifurd In Jist ter know Im Hvln an the worlds He Is a rollin right now selling goods at llarned Station He Course the summers better than the winters la very handsome if you doubt this drlvln sleot Ilut both air life an livin In this worlds unstatement call and sen him He is soon common sweet I to be a citizen of that place The wed Â¬ Frank L Stsnton in Atlanta Constitution ding bell is ringing ringing ringing Maruey May pat Bed through here en A BACHELORS THOUGHTS route to Hardinsburg for the purpose of trading a pair of match horses and bupgy What He Thinks He Knows About lies he conditionly traded and Women Mat Payne and Evert Weatherford are A woman can never understand why ideal lovo is so rare when ideal women continually traveling west Judging art so common from the frequent visits bachelordom as Somo womon go without saying far as they are concerned will be only a Most of them however say without go Â¬ thing of the past ing at least not till long afterward Charley Bruington visited the college A girl never roally cares much for n man till sho takes to running to tho and v as pleased with Prof Logans theory window to watch him when ho goes and plan of teaching he will try a term If a man turned over a now leaf every Prof Gray who has bton off some time his wifo wanted him to thero while tiachlugschool has returned home be anything left of him hut wouldnt We are glad to see him looking so well the covers he will enter Prof Logans College at If the minister were to say bo was going to throw a hymn book at tho richIlardltisbnrg est dressed woman thero every woman Columbus Black and David Driskell in church would duck under tho pow have been chosen to settle differences It will probably always bo a mystery between Mr Brown and Ellis He bards whether a woman would rather wear something that nobodv is wearing or I am proud that we are in a free coun- Â¬ something that everybody is wearing try where every man lias the right to A SAVAGE CRITICISM Style to a woman means whether you exercise his prerogative in everything havo to wear clothes that aro too big to The Teachers Artlatlo Cleverness lie I have always been in opprsition to the look well or only too small to feel coin ceived a Hard and Cruel lllow free coinage element Senator Wolcot fortablo In ono of tho Cleveland publio schoolNo man ever really has any doubt rooms of tho primary grudo tho teacher has abandoned the 1U to 1 theory and that tho girl ho is in lovo with will lias been reading Longfellows Hia says by international agreement silver marry him but most men pretend they wutha to her pupils Of course this is may be coined at the ratio of 20 to 1 havo because it always tickles tho girl u ratbor ambitious work for tho littlo another theory advanced which he will Even when a girl has fixed a sprig of onos says Tho Plain Dealor but they eventually abandon Silyer coined Iree mistletoe in her hair so it will look liko eujoy it and tho rhythm sooms particu and independent of the go eminent it fell oil the chandelier she will pro Â¬ larly pleasiug to them When they coma must have 100 cents iu a dollar other Â¬ tend to fight ugaiust it to u hard word tho teacher goes to tho All women beliovo in their hearts blackboard and draws a pioturo to illus- wise it is a fraud on the face of it I am that woman is tho superior of man but trate its meaning This tho pupils find opposed to any act of legislation making Tory few of thorn caro to brag much highly entertaining and it helps in forty cents worth of silver worth a dollar about it till after they got marriod quite a remarkable way to fix tho text independent of the support of the govWhen ft man gets tired of a girl ho it their minds ernment Let us be consistent and say has to stand it when a girl getH tired A fuwduys ngn theycamo to this lino to the man with his gold nujigets bring of a man sho only has to ask him to in tbo early part of tho poem carry n few of her littlest bundles At the door on summer evenings sat the little Up to the timo ho is 35 tho average Iliawuthu man wonders how soon ho will want At th door on sum mer ovo uings to got married after ho gets to bo SO ho sat th lit tlo FOE road tho ohildreu wonders bow long bo will bo able to Go on said tho teacher stavo it off Now York Press Cut thoy couldnt go on Tho namo of Hiawatha was too much for them JmE Ttimi3 of Why She Declined Thoy know who Hiawatha was an the pain Wont you tako this seat said the thoy dlimt recognlzo hIg uaino So but tho andstcknessfrom gentleman in tho car rising and lifting tcaoher wellt to tho board nud took con which women ms uni siderable palus in drawing suffer Is caused No thank you said tho girl with First A wigwam with poles stick by weakness or tho skates over her arm Ivo been ing up abovo it and a rudo aboriginal skating and Im tired of sitting down derangement In drawing abovo it and a rudo aboriginal Tit Bits the organs of painting on tbo eido Second Littlo Hiawatha with fcath menstruation era in bis hair squatted ut tho wigwam Nearly always FROM FOOT TO KNEE door when a woman Is not well these A fluo harvest moon Third organs are affected But whsn Ohio Woman Suffered Great Agony Then sho pointed at Hiawatha and they are strong and healthy a From a Terrible Sore Her Story of asked what it was woman is very seldom sick Thoro was a general craning of necks the Case and Her Cure shaking of heads For many years I wnt afflicted with a and Come come said the teachor milk leg and a tow years ago It broke out you know what that is in a sore and spread from my toot to my Then one little girl spoko up knee I suffered great agony It would I guess its a mud turtle burn and itch all the time anddlscbarge Is natures provision for the regu Â¬ And instantly with one accord the great deal My health was good with class glibly lation of the menstrual function repeated It cures all female troubles It the exception o this sore I tried a great At th door on sum mer oro nings Is equally effective for the girl In many kinds o salve but some would sat th lit tlo mud dy tur tie her teens tho young wife with do Â¬ irritato the sore so that I coud hardly And tho teacher fools that her artistic mestic and maternal cares and stand the pain I could not go near the cleverness received a hard and cruel the woman approaching the period fire without suffering intensely Someone known as the Change of Life blow They all need K They aro oil lent me papers containing testimonials of Thousands sutler from Catarrh or old benefitted by It cure by Hoods Sarsaparllla and I told my husband I would like to try this med Â¬ in the head and have never tried the icine He got me a bottle and I found it popular remedy Thero is no longer any For sdrle b at raquMnr special dotations address clvbir symptoms helped me I kept on taking it until my excuse as a 10 cent trial size of Elys th UaW Advisory 0ptrtmnt 1 cannot Cream Balm can be had of yourdrutrgtst limb was completely healed Tha Chstunees Msdiote Co CUtta-B Tsra euougb or the or we mall it for 10 cents Full size 50 praise Hoods Sarsaparllla great benefit it has been to me It cents eleauM the blood of all Impurities and THM J Wf 18 Tut Mm asps Ely Bkos 50 Warren St N Y City Mm Anna U Mr Wf suffer- tress tsry krtfvkf leave it rich and pure A friend advled mo to try Elys Cream asf mMhI aintWwsMsa eS Mm WhiUleeey Ohio jUkbn eaale aes rsHma War ykaa aJ Ye m bay Keeds toMErlIs M all Bolts and after using it six w9ke I beÂ¬ tsaatJsmaW lieve atyssU cured of la Wrh It W MfJ sisssH fTasasa aU sUsMsV flaU H i te get ontyi a mod wlsiribU Mirmhr Josenh 8Uw- - February Tu We Th 1898 THE EMPEROR WORSTED ft riucky Little Hungarian Girl Clot Re renge For Sadowa EPHESUS Mo FrilSat AJLJLJLliHA 2122 2728 24 1 1 LAAAJL Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tho proscnt kaisor would probably not admit that ho had often been thwarted in any of his plans but an anecdoto lias recently bccouio known which shows that ho at least ouco got tho worst of it and it is all tho more piquant from tho fact that ho was de- Â¬ feated by a girl When tho kaisor who was then Prince Wilholm was about 10 years old ho and Princo Iloinrich spent somo timo at Cassol with their tutors who sometimes allowed tho littlo princes to play with othor children Ouo day when soveral of them wero gathered together it chanced that a littlo French girl was among tho number and tho young Ger mans conceived tho brilliant idea of making her a representative of tho country they all so cordially hated Tho de lightful plan was immediately put into execution and tho poor child was tied to a trco Then began a fusillado of pine conos sticks etc and wheuover anything struck her thoro was a cry of Heros for Sodanl This went on for a fow minutes when a littlo Hungarian girl Helena von D who was watch ing could bear tho injustico no longer and singling out Princo Wilhelm as chief offender sho threw herself on him Tho attack being uuoxpected he was completely taken by surpriso and fell down whereupon sbo began to pound him crying out at each blow Heros for Sadowal Tho prince was fast getting tho worst of it for his littlo adversary was thoroughly in earnest when tho imperial tutors hearing tho uoiso rushed up and separated tho combatants After that tho princes were more carefully watched and Wilhelm had no opportunity to get oven with tho littlo champion of justico Somo days afterward hearing that tho princes wero leaving Helena went down to tho gato to see them go by As they passed Wilhelm spied his foe and leaning out behind bis tutor ho stuck out Jiis tonguo Helena was tho daughter of titlod parents and later sho was married to an Englishman When tho kaisor was in Loudon sho told this story to ono of his gentlemen in waiting who in turn repeated it to his majesty Tho latter exclaimed Is that dovil of a girl hero now I wonld liko to seo her A meet ing was arranged but Helena becamo ill and so tbey never mot after that ono encouuter to mako friends or renew hostilities Now York Tribuuo Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mrs Kate Bennett Irvington and Mrs Stinnett were at Mr Jesse L Owens last week Somo of the boys killed some fine fish by striking the ice while the cold spell was on last week on your forty cents worth of gold and we Miss Irene Board and MisalHattie STEPHENSPORT will by an act of legislature make you a Brown stayed Saturday and Sunday with dollar Let us be fair and honest and Misses Lutie and Hattie Moorman Services at the Baptist church Sun say to tho farmer bring on your forty Moorman Willis is here from Clover day rents worth of paper and by an act of port He expects to make his home at Roland Smith went to Louisville last legislature we will make you any amount Mr James A Moormans this spring and week of money you want by bo doing the summer M Blaine leaves this week to join his farmer is beniflled Great Britian tried Sidney Owen has closed a successful family in Florida the free coinage of eilver by issuing term of school near his fathers home ossignat dollars to the amount of nine Sidneys signal Prayer meeting Thursday night as success in his work comes billions of dollars the result was they because usual All are welcome it is merited finally became worthless Tho experiMrs Bettle B Napper spent Sunday A number of young people gathered at ence of other countries havo taught us with relatives in Cloverport that It is dangerous it matters not how Dive Howards lost Friday night and Miss Katie Crawford has been elected many kinds of money we havo there are a talking yet of their pleasant recep- Â¬ organess at the M E church muBt be a standard of value What other tion and good time seen Jim Biggs came up from Henderson Misses Nannie Owen and May Moor- Â¬ could possess the rrqulrable quality hut gold it is not the character of money man and Jim Dane had a delightful Sunday to be with his family Messrs Jack Akerman and Bill Gil- Â¬ that controls prices Some of my free visit to the country Saturday spending bert went to Cannelton Saturday coinago friends tell me the government the night at Mr Judson Owens stamp adds value I differ with them Miss Alice Brown after a week with Miss Graco McCoy Louisville was the The government indicates or means friends and relatives leaves this morn guest of her brother several days ago what my name means on a note of ten ing for her home at Harned Miss Miss Blanche Moseley left Saturday dollars It means that I have that Brown has completed her third years for 8amplewhere she will teach a spring amount of property making it substan work here as teacher in primary grades school tial or good MWT The success attendant upon her work is James Roy Brashear has gone to Louis- Â¬ too well known to need any mention ville where he will likoly reside in the from pen like this Buoklen8 Arnica Salve future The Best Salve in the world for Cuts The Biennial Report of Superintendent Mrs Sallie Blaine and son visited her Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fo of Publio Instruction is just received daughter Mrs Jolly at Sample last ver Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chil- Â¬ It is an interesting volume of its kind week blains Corns and all- - Skin Eruptions and a turning of its 800 pages will not Miss Fannie McKaughn Rome Ind and postlvely cures Piles or no pay re- Â¬ lesson your good opinion of Kentuckys was the guest of Mrs Eliza Best Satur- Â¬ quired It is guaranteed to give perfect educational system Thanks to Supt satisfaction or money refunded Price Driskell and corps of good teachers day and Sunday Miss Minnie Simons returned to Clo-Â¬ 25 ceuta per box Fou Sale by Short Breckenridges report is a good one liaynes And then thanks to an industrious set of verport Saturday She has been visit- Â¬ pupils Glendeano stands first in space ing her sister Mrs David White demanded for the Breckenridge public Edwin Brashear and daughter Lum Â¬ SON J II Brown s76o Diamond Dyos aro a wonderful help to 57a economical dressing These simcle homo dvea will color anvthintr an color 6J7oS3o and they make cloaks stockings dresses BanUnr Ileuie and Lot 400000 eon 00 US Utocks etc look lik Other llonds and Bonds leathers laces curtains AoSjfl rt Specie new U500000 77676c Many of the Diamond Dyes are1 made Currency sjf57 6s jtxooo from specially prepared dyc6tuffsand in Furniture and Fixtures Debts In Suit 1 301 36 no othor way can homo dveine be done Ji7tof4 16 so simply and satisfactorily LIABILITIES They come in all colors and the plain and explicit directions on the package Capital Stock paid In In csih 4510000 Surplus Fund oococo make it easy for the most inexperienced Utidlvlded Profits 79619 Due Depositors as lolowf vfii 1 them with success to us Even a child Deposits subject to check on which Inletstt cau dye a rich perfect color if Diamond Time certificates Itofnot paid on 110747440 depolit Dyes aro used which interest Is paid 95 iSj to Do not risk your material with dyes Unpsid Dividends No if per cent de dared this day 180400 that claim to color both cotton and Fund to pay Taxes 70a 07 wool with the same dye for it is ImposÂ¬ ol54 sible to get satisfactory results with dyes of that character In Diamond Dyes State of Kentucky 1 there are special dyes for cotton and County of Breckenridge SMllman Cashier of A special dyes for wool and they are all Bank B Bank located and donjrthe Breckenridge a business on Wall guaranteed to give satisfaction if used street In the city of Cloverport Ky- - In said coon ty being duty sworn ssyt that the iotegoing Re- Â¬ according to directions port is In all rttpects a true statement of the condition of the said Bank at the dole ol business on thejotday of December 1S97 to the best of his A 1 0417 Â¬ knowledge and belief and further rays that the buiineis of said Bank hss been transacted at the location named and not elsewhere and Ilut the above report is made In compliance with an of-Â¬ ficial notice received from the Secretary ol State designstlg the3t dsy of December i697 as the day on which such report ihall he made A II SKILLMAN Cashier WH BOWMER Director J T SKILLMAN Director F N DJIUY Director Subscribed and sworn to before me by A B Skillman Cashier the 3d dsy of lanuary 1898 CHAS B SKILLMAN N P Commisilon expires Jan 16th 1900 NOTFOR EVERYTHING EKRON schools A Short Sad A Cold Boy Fry mire is at home for a visit Mr T J James went to Irvington Sun- Â¬ Story day Mrs Rachel Frymiro is very ill at this writing Mr J F Clarkson went to Louisville Saturday Chas Casperke was in town one day last week Nellie Shacklett who has typhoid ftver is improving Harry Smith who lias been right sick is able to be out Neglect Pneumonia Grief Had Foleys Honey and Tar been uspi this story would have had a happier end- Â¬ ing A R Fisher Cloverport RA Shellman Stephensport Gordon Haynes Patesvllle E A Witt Hardins burg Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ALL WOMEN J Â¬ Wute tSW saaaissUsaaak BBjjf massy ajmjmmmaaaj K j - Charlton Ditto spent Sunday at home Jim Shacklett of Milan spent Satur Â¬ day and Sunday at this place Mrs Mary Hendrlck of near Guston is here visiting relatives Eugene McGebeo is at home again having rtsgncd his position with J D Richardson Mrs Wm Ditto has been quite sick since her return home from Louisville Little Miss Katie and Master John Kelley spent last week in West Point with their grandmother I had the delightful pleasure of attend Â¬ ing church lost Sunday in Brandenburg with my friend Mrs O S G Mrs it B Sbtcklett and little son Richard Lee of Milan are spending this week with Mrs 8 H Dooley My frit nde Misses Lillian and Viigluia Rhodes will leave in about two weeks lor Atchison Kans where they expect to spend some time with their aunt We have seen Senate Bill No 80 which has parsed and will go to the house bald bill relates 0 the Fiscal Courts requiring the sheriff td tolleet the taxes ob or before the first Moajlay in April succeeding his election and it ball b agitated la the Fiscal Court of the greetedlng year I have bad a talk The Confederate 5oldler In tha Civil War with Sheriff Rhodes 1r r gird to this bill coninlns 500 pases lisio Inches anrt ovsr 00 Scents Portraits Maps etc arte Battle largest war book aver published 1 he aad be thinks t one of the most danger and leatatt and irtainlyothat dfss Justice to tho Confederal SSS cures Scrofula CancerjEezaa otis bllleboth to he aberiflTand taxpayer soldier and the cam h I uihl or Aftcnts wanted If you that eouUr possibly be passed aad ha rrtrywhtre to ell this book on nurnsw and easy and auy form of blood troubles plan Many of the lady and lanilamsn agents who have a blood disease take ablopd nvMl thinks every1 wesoberpf the house sJhhiW at work ara uuklor from 50 to Jaoo par clue SSS guaiaHtfeUfweljr vtgto srs month Veterans Sons and Daughters of Vet Â¬ be yery oar eful la rfgard to veils o erans and others fnicrseted aie requested to send table Is exclusively for the blood and wry menaber lor a heautilul llhutrated detciiptlya circular is recommended for nothing cite It this blH We beKeve and teims to sgnnts Addiet Covaisa forces out the poison matter perwanenU boned to tbft httemt of bis own Jfrre JoalaixTlNOCo Umhvllls Ky ly we win aMltwt at- - bow betote voting 0 frtndto aayoue Ibis bill our valuable OJswfiiXORXA books Address wift Specifc TsAr tW Wittr Cfjstts Doubtful Compliments The compliments paid by tho poor aro Mr John Frymlre Cheuault is here often put in an amusing way Ono old woman who was very fond of tho rootor to be with hie mother said to Mr Bcrnays You know sir Mrs Mac II Richardaon returned to us likes tho rootor is ears aro so Louisville Sunday night clean Surely an odd reason for pa Â¬ Mrs Dave Henry Wtet Point came rochial affpetion Anothor admirer ouco deolared with regard to tbo whole staff down Monday to visit her parents You aro all so plain of clergy a Mr J II Sliarklttt near Garrett is word of high commendation but as having a telephone placed in his house for tho vicar Vb beautiful Tho great Â¬ MrThomai Foushee and Miss San Â¬ est compliment though at the Bamo timo ders were married Sunday evening at tho most curious Mr Bornaysevor heard was paid by n worklngman to a certain Salem church bishop famous for his simple kindli Guy Burch came down from Louisville nebs What I likes bout tbo bishop is Saturday niht to see his graudmotln r Westminster os not a gentloman Mrs Hachel Frymlre Gazette Misses Edna and Route Moorman who Ethnologists apropos of tho statement havo been vlsltirg relatives here left that the original inhabitants of America Monday for Irvington were Asiatics tell of a Chinook Indian MIts Rosa Moorman returned from woman fouud in tho last century by FaIrvington Friday and is the guest of ther Huk wandering in tbo far interior of Asia MiBses Ursa and Carrie Allen of near Groveland There was a large crowd at Salem church Sunday and all had the pleasure of listen to n good sermon by the pastor Rev J J Willott Mr Wro RcbsrtP of Lima Ohio who Is a blood disease nnd only a blood reme Â¬ has been visiting relatives here left Fii dy can cure it So many people make diy night for his home accompanied as he mistake of taking remedies which at best are only tonics and cannot possi far as Louisville by Mr Thomas Rob bly reach their trouble orts Mr Asa Smith Por years There is talk of extending the tele Â¬ Grecncaslle Indiana says have suffered with Sciatic Rheuma Â¬ phone to Rig Springs Wtien this line is built we will havo connection with al Â¬ tism which thebest physicians were un- Â¬ most every town In Breckenridge and able to relieve I took many patent medicine but they did not seem to Hardin counties reach my trouble I gradually grew Oue house and lot in El Foa Sale worse until I was un- Â¬ ron Ky House has five rooms good able to take my food barn and lot and other out buildings iu or handle nlyself in good repair Terms reasonable Apply any way I was abso- Â¬ to 7 T Cox for further Information ViaVk lutely helpless ThreeÂ¬ Mr Jas Mitchell of Cheuault and bottles of SSS re i lieved me so that I Miss Claudia Frymiro of this place was soon able toinove wire married at St Martins church my right ana before Thursday Fi b 3rd Claudia is one of long I could walk our fairest and most lovable girls and is 9 across the rqow h4 very popular with all who know her when I had finished one dozen bottles was cured completely and an as well as ever I mow weigh 170 WANTHI AI1ENTM Â¬ But if you have kidney liver or blad Â¬ der trouble you will find Swarnp 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 baVf 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 frequent desire to urinate scanty supply pain or dull ache in the back is also convincing proof that the kidneys 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 kidneys it acts as a tonic for the entire constitution If you need mie Hawesvllle spent Sunday Jan a medicine you should have the best 10th with his sister Mrs Bettle B Sold by drugglBtff price fifty cents au Napper one dollar or by mentioniugthe Drkck Miss Pearl B Lawson the bright and ENniDOK News and sending your address charming guest of Miss Helen D Bra- Â¬ to Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y shear has returned to her home in you may havo a sample bottle of this Hawesvllle great discovery sent to you free by Mr and Mrs L B Helm and little mail grandsons Helm and Robert Willie Water on the Farm Vaughn have returned home from a visit From Clarksville la comes tho folto relatives in Lexington lowing to the Iowa Homestead The Willett boys gave a musical Thero is no means for raising water entertainment at the city hall Friday from deep wolls as cheap as wind power eveulng which was greatly enjoyed by but to nso this abundant room must bo all who attended Tbey are flue musi- Â¬ provided for storage olso on calm days you will bo out of water Our well on cians this farm is 145 feet deep and pumping Miss Fannie McCoy Hawesvllle who water by hand either for houso or stock has been wilh relatives here for several is very tiresome so wo havo a windmill days left Saluiday for Louisville where First wo pump into a tank for bouse she will be with her sister Mrs Will uso This overflows into our milk tank From here it runs into our supply tank Smith of 50 barrels capacity From here it is carried underground to tanks in yards There Is No About It or pastures whero needed and by means No question indeed with those who of floats and valves water is always be Â¬ have used it but that Foleys Kidney fore tho stock as Jong as thero is any iu tho supply tank Pipes must bo laid Cure Is absolutely reliable for all Kidney deep at least flvo feet iiiuo aro four and Bladder diseases A R Fisher feet deep and unless I cover tho ground Cloverport R A Shellman Stephens with trash they freeze beforo winter iu port Gordon Ilaynis Patesvllle E over A Witt Hardinsburg THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE Â¬ fsl Tk 4 LONG BRANCH Lung Troubles asd CoMumptloH Can be Cured An Eminent New York Chemist and Scien- Â¬ tist Makes a Free Offer to Our enmatism Readers The distinguished Now York chemist A Slocum demonstrating his discov- Â¬ ery of a reliable and absoluto cure for Consumption pulmonary Tuberculosis and all bronchial throat luna-- and chest diseases stubborn coughs catarrhal affections general decline and weakness loss of flesh and all conditions of waftv ing away will seud THREE FREE BOT Â¬ TLES all different of his Now Discov-Â¬ eries to any aflllcted reader of the Bkhck xnridok News wrilirg for them His New Scientific Treatment has cured thousands permanently by its timely use and he considers it a simple professional duty to suffering humanity to donate a trial of his infallible cure Science dally develops new wonders and this great chemist patiently expfl- mealing for years has produced results as beneficial to humanity as can be claimed by any modern genius His asÂ¬ sertion that luBg troubles and consump- Â¬ tion are curable la any climate is proves by heartfelt letters of gratitude filed in hia American and European laborator iee Ir thousands fro those cured la all parts of the world Medical experts eoaed that bran ehlal ehest aad lamr troubles lead t Oowumptioa which uninterrupted sbmbs speedy aad eertata death Haply write to T A Sloeura M 0 m Pine street New York givta pest oAUe aad express address and tb Iim medietas will be prom pily sent SoflW- rshould take Instant advantage of hi tjMMfOtia proposition Flaa teil Use Doctor Uutt yoa at bit T 3 Â¬ T sd vmMakN TttflBs 1 1 A Real Blood Rcniiedy - lk ji -Hv i WWItV atNNi Ts Atlanta L JUS uyiil I lAs imaaaarroTWmsssssssssssssssssssssssssw eBMpsseBassssBpB BSJSSSSsT mt e I astlsWHssMsWsiiaasTssss lW to iiiViiNsAsall