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THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THEX NEWS THATS KIT TO PRINT VOL XXII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 16 1898 NO 31 SALE BEGINS THURSDAY Ifii 83oo in 1 STARTLING 1 SALE BEGINS THURSDAY 830 am Shoe LOT NO 1 Manufacturers Samples 126 PAIR LOT NO 2 - The entire purchase comprises the latest in Ooin toes newest heels patent leathers and patent leather tips with cloth tops It will be a sale in which a wonderful margin of profit is to be sacrificed and will continue as long as they last All mail orders shall have prompt attention Positively no money refunded during this sale Ladies this great slaughter of Shoes is not to be overlooked and is the first of its kind to com of in this vicinity They are classified into three distinct lots and offered at the remarkably low figure of 75c100 and 125 The most STARTLING and UNPARALLELED SLAUGHTER in LADIES SHOES will take place Thursday at 830 a m 603 pair are to be offered Mitchell Philadelphia Pa Eastern manufacturers at They were purchased from Trimby Brewster Shoe Co Rochester N Y and Laird Schober ONE FOURTH their original price This opportunity for an excellent fitting and superior quality of shoe should not be allowed to pass you by 75c ZEPer IlPsiir- - - from 1 to 3 lasts A B C and D The original In tlis lot will bo found price ranged from 2 to 3 Here is a chance to get a most durable shoo at little cos one that will give satisfaction Girls here you are for a pretty foot sis 75c 100- Per Paii 235 PAIRS - This lot comprises sizes from 1 to 3 lasts A B C and D Hero you will find hand turned shoes cork soles patent leathers Every pair of Shoes in this lot sold originally for S3 and H and at tins pric can not bo duplicated 242 PAIRS LOO 125 Per Pstix to and the 125 This lot embraces shoes winch formerly sold from LOT NO 3 -- 4 5 aBSonncnt contnins the latest etyles The best hand turned shoes cork soles coin plain and squaro toes patent leather tips with cloth tops Como before tho rush secure a pair and bo happy Sale Begins Thursday 830 BIG BILLS Important Measures Being Disposed of by the Ken Â¬ tucky Legislature Democratic Senators Think The tion Bill a Radical rieasure ElecÂ¬ CLOVERPORT KY Sale Begins Thursday 830 thought you woro THo Spanish mlnlstor was simply playing you Ho wantod that Information for his government and ho Vou ought to bo dismissed took you In from the service Tho young man who was Involved In this story did como very near losing his job on ncoount of his oieecslvo politeness to the Spanish minister Ho was transferred to another bureau nnd will nevor again got n chanco to glo away Undo Sams secrets Method of a Bluffer This story Is fairly Illustrative of tbo methods which the late Spanish minister followed here He wns all nervo and bluff and boldness If he hnd had his way wo should have been kept half frightened all the tlmo for four a Spanish orulhcrwas going to Bwoopdown upon Washington soma day and blow up tho capltol and tho White Houso If tho Canovas ministry had remained In power tho chances are this method Canovas llko would havo boon pursued Do Lomo was a conservative and a Span- Â¬ ish conservative is one who novor learns anything but follows forever tho methods of two centuries ago which woro bulldozing methods Intimidation bluff nnd swag- Â¬ ger Do Lome had carried his policy so far that ho had succeeded In convincing noar ly every one In Washington that If this government mado tho slightest movo to ward holplng Cuba wo should havo war on our hands Tho relations botwoon tho two countries had really bocoino stralnod when Qucon Christine who Is a sensible wom- Â¬ an thought things had boon carrlod too far nnd changed hor ministers Contempt For Americans Slnco Sagasta camo into power Do Lomo bos not been qulto so bloodthirsty Ho was no doubt lustruoted to pursue u mild Â¬ er course and at best ho could ho obeyed orders But all his Instincts wcro toward the other policy toward frightening Amorloaus with tales of what was sure to happen If Spains proud toes were onco trod upon over so lightly Though In his official Intercourse Do Lomo was com Â¬ pelled to follow tho wishes of his superior at Madrid In private conversation ho of Â¬ ten let loose upon America and Amortcans Do Lomo was an Intonso Spaniard Though bo had traveled much and hnd lived In this country altogether about flvo years ho could not dissociate himself sufficiently from tho prejudices and tradi- Â¬ tions of his own land to take a broad view of human nature or International rela Â¬ tions Ho was for Spain all tho tlmo and on evory occasion and as a lighter for hid Ho was own country ho was a sueecss tho ablest man Spain ever had hero and if his rancor against Americans and his contempt for our national character hud not led him Into tbo blunder of that lottor he probably would have been hero a long Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Prison Commission Bill And Other Important ant Acts to be ered ConsidÂ¬ STATE CAPITAL GOSSIP NOTES w IV m j Frankfobt Ky Feb 14 Senator Jolly is not by himself in thinking that the Goebel election bill which was passed by the 8enatewas an unnecessary and an ill timed measure At least four good Democratic Senators among tbem being Senator Tiiplett of Daviess voted against tbo act indicating that they thought it a waste of time to consider and pass it The Louisvillo newspapeiB whose editors do not think just aa Sena- Â¬ tor Goebel does denominate it as The Senator Btons Kentucky Force Bill ton whose Democracy nobody has ever questioned said he thought the billas a centralization of power unwarranted by past circumstances Goebel followed in support of the measure saying it was essential to an honest holding of elec- Â¬ tions in Kentucky He used strong language as he usually does saying the last eloction was thrown against Bryan by the unfair methods of the Republi- Â¬ cans He Insisted that the purpose ol his bill was to purify the state elections and make them absolutely fair One disgusted Republican said after be bad heard the arguments Im sorry men get to partisan in their views for it is not fair to themselves or to their opponents the other partita For instance the Democrats say we steal the moun tain counties and it is just aa fair for us to say the Democrats manipulate the Furcbase and lennyrlle counties which show laiger maj irlties accordingly than the mountains and are usually s slow in reporting returns all things consider Senator Goebela bill provides for ed a contest board in case of a muddle in the Governors race and leaves the election t ulcers seletion to a commission which is to be o eated Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The politicians are getting ready for a busy year I find them in evidence everywhere I turn The Republicans are showing more fight than I had expected Reyal Bakes the load part wbotueme and dellcloai POWDCR AbsolMtsh Pura scientific or amateur bouts in which no purse money is allowed will also get youth not only through The smokes cigarettes says cubs words and chews the weed but he also slips off from home at night and goes to cocking mains and prize fights He is in danger of having his numerous preserves poach- Â¬ ed on Over Disgust in Washington One of the surprises of the session was The De Lome adoption of the resolution inviting Sen Â¬ ator Foraker of Ohio to address the Letter House during the present term The honor for this small Republican sop goes to Representative Meyers of Greenup who has tried in vain to get favorable SAMPLES OF HIS CONTEMPT FOR US consideration of his other pet resolution permitting the spreading of Senator Lindsays reply to the Legislatures re- Â¬ But How He Hoodwinked a Navy Clerk solution on the House minutes Foraker will come and Mr Bryan says And Secured ValuSble flaps Mr Haswell has been busy during the he cannot do so on account of the rush past few days perfecting his own legislaAnd Drawings tion and furthering the progress of the of business he finds himself loaded down So the G O Ps tally 1 if they bills he has introduced Mr Haswell with will be heard from as the end of the get no more Bcores this inning term approaches as there are several The fight of the two Louisvillo factions WHY THE QUEEN TOOK A HAND acts he is interested in more or less known up here as the ins aud the Mr Haswell has made a good impression outs goes merrily on The outs or despite his Republican proclivities He Reformers as they call themselves Spoclnl Aft Wasiiinotox Fob IB is an earnest representative if he is drew first blood by advancing their bills er a whole winter of Cuban talk the first misguided on the political questions of abolishing the Louisville executive bit of rcnl Cuban excitement wo havo had the day from a Democratic standpoint boards over the ad verso report of the In tho capital camo over the Jotter written by Dupuy do Lome tho former Spanish committee They won by 2 majority The most important measure passed minister which led to his dopnrturu from but the Weaver contingent says it was this city discredited nsn diplomat In these by either House the past week was the strength fair test Weatherford salary reduction bill which not a a maj irityofagainst the ai they will dispatches I have alrcudy described sonio bills on the of tho characteristic methods of tho lato rally makes a total saviug to the state of ovor final show down This will be decided minister his tendency to bluff hit way 24000 annually Tne bill cuts down before my next letter to the News through bis adroltnosu hli cool nervo Tho letter which led to his undoing was In the salary of almost all the officials and Bomo respects a surprise to publlo inon who CONGRESSIONAL SUMMARY chops the penitentiary guards from C0 had not elosoly watched tho Spanish min- Â¬ In the Senate to 50 a month It was passed after a ister They had supposed him to bo a man Amendment of sincerity and that tho government be Washington Feb 8 warm debate which was participated in offered to Senator Whites Hawaiian hind him was moro or less elncoro In Its by the best speakers of the body professions of friendship for tbo United resolution declares for annexation States and Its deslro to satisfy tho poodle The last consideration of the McChord Washington Feb79 Three Quban of this country Tho most serious aspect freight rate bill which pavsed the Senate relief measures all advocating belllg of tho now famous lottcr as many publlo with such ease will come up in the erancy and independence were Intro- Â¬ men horo view tho matter Is tho revelation louse this week It is next in import- Â¬ duced The right of Corbett of Ore- Â¬ which It makos ofr Spains tricky policy as ance to the anti school truit action and gon to a scat in the senate was dis- Â¬ to tho United States A Game of Hoodwink cussed If so the bill will get to the Governor The wholo play of Spanish diplomacy this week The anti school trust book Â¬ appears to hnvo boon directed toward hood- Â¬ Washington Feb 10 Senators Canbill is now before the Senate and it too non and Mason spoke on Cuban reso- Â¬ winking tho American government To this end they hovo bont every energy and ougit to get the Governor unless acted lutions Introduced by them used all their Ingenuity Thoro was deep on unfavorably by the first ol next Washington Feb 11 Indian appro- Â¬ disgust among publlo men In Washington week priation bill discussed but no quorum when they rend In Dupuy da Lomes lottor of the scurvy devlco to ncgotlato n com was present There is a bill in the Housa and in the incrclal treaty with this country In order Washington Feb 12 Tho Indian to throw dust In the eyes of tho peoplo hero Senate to prevent common carriers from was and afford the Spanish minister means of 3000000 appropriation bill delivering goods to persons orcorport carrying on a now propaganda in Spains passed tions at less cost than to others This behalf In the Home will stop the indiscriminate charges There has never been any wolcoino for Washington Feb 8 Military acad Â¬ tho Spanish proposition to make now rec Â¬ make by every railroad company if That proposition hss Â¬ iprocity treaties there are any railroad companies who emy nppropriatloa bill and bill limit- looked too much llko a sohonio to bribe us ing period for refunding certificates of do this The bill is an important one trado opening It is llttlo deposit of 1879 to Dec 31 1899 woro with a at tbo better that tho Spanish view outset suiuod contested of us was correct to wit that we are n passed Aldrlch Plowman The Bronston bill preventing the still Â¬ nation of shopkeepers who coro for nothing ing of race pools in any room and on election caso taken up except tbo ulmlghty dollar and that as Washington Feb 9 The Aldrlch the race tracks of tho state but sixty long as our cupidity was catered to nothdays every year will be settled by the Plowman contested election casq from ing In tbo line of humano or high minded up actlop need bo fen rod Tbo lottor of the louse this week Racing men like the Alabama was taken Spanish minister apart from Its Insult to Washington Feb 10 In tho act him to tho tho president contest from Alabama Mr wholo American and throughdano one good pooplo has tho House is an energetic body Plowman was unseated That thing in unmasking Spanish diplomacy Is shown by the persistency of Its raera Washington Feb 11 After a day Ie Louiti Cool Nerve bera in their endeavors to got through a of filibustering adjournment was taken I hnvo hoard a story concerning tho cool norve of Dupuy do Lome a story so In Â¬ nstlutlon providing for night sessions to Monday credible that I could not bellove It did It during the remainder ol the term Ben not oomo to ine on good authority It Is Ordered to Return Home nttt Hendersons resolution ta that tho contempt which that gon Pa Feb 10 In the Indicative offor all things American Ono Wllkesbarro effect has finally been adopted and the tloman had bf Sheriff Martin and his deputies day the Spanish minister mode his appear law makers will now burn the midnight trial one striker testified that at West Ha ance ut on oftloo In the navy deportment oil in their work of modifying existing zlcton tho sheriff ordered them to re- Â¬ whero maps and drawings ore kept Thoro lawsaud making new ones hu wan turn home but they disobeyed and was certain Information which chargo tod In j nnd ha nocoatid the clerk In marched to Lattimer An undertaker Tho failure of the bill providing for a choory frlondly manner In telling of tho who buried 13 of the victims said all Incldont aftorward tho clerk saldt state board of pardons was a surprise to except one who I was much plcasod with Mr do Lome some men who had thought It Iwould were shot in the back was shot In the forehead lie loomed to be such a nlco man Ho wns pass as a companion measure to the as democratic as any of us Ho sat down DUaatroa Fire Uroustou prison commission bill If the and chatted with mo handed me a good 10 Pittsburg Feb Fire started in cigar whloh ho said had boon brought In commission bill doesnt find any mora favor la the House thaa the pardons the large 6 story cold storage houso of from Cuba without paying any duty and laughod and joked with me as nloely as act it will die before its usefulness has the Chautauqua Lake Ico company and you please When he told ute what he before the flames Were subdued nearly neaeured The Brettetoa bill been ai some lnformatloa 12000000 worth of property had been wanted just he was wrltlag offor eowne It eowea up In the orders Wsdassday It destroyed at least six lives lost and sine article immylr I gave woe a pleasure to we to will probably be passed hut the seatl as people badly Injured him the maps and drawlasjs M asked for msat ia sot entirely favorable to it stewed W awd as weut away very mue Xiiwisrt Cav4t4l struck up qulta a friendship He Is Just The Aassmby is trying to abridge the Cblcsjo Feb 10 AdoJph L Lust as ptsla sod friendly as any emnmoa rights ol yourg America lu mora ways was aoavlstsd or Murdering his Awe loan than one In fact I understand that not vile Waatf Do you ssy that yon gave him a4 sentssMed to latprlaoaaMat la only will the bill prohibiting cocking the aaakssUary tojr ths Ursa ol his tee steps he asked for Maps of oar ousel drawtu of our furthVotlonsf aulas U say soaaty pass bat that M life LueUsrt tsasiTf Ua Tar sed Wb piM rsetriotis- - boxia j pUf tlet vttt a after their defeat in the last state election One Republican who is an ac- Â¬ knowledged leader said Saturday This Goebel bill and the way the Democrats have ridden rough shod over the other parties represented in the two branches of the state Legislature will prove as good a battle cry as wo want in our next fight But this sort of expression is to be expected from the Republicans It is always tbls way with the other fellows I expect however that the Republicans will find that the Demo- Â¬ crats are willing to go before tho people on the record of this session and not be ashamed of any great part of the enact- Â¬ ments It would be impossible to find an absolutely perfect body of law makere but I do not find any serious defects in the personnel of the organization Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SPANISH KILLED BY DIPLOMACY ROBBERS Aged And Wealthy Woman Was The Victim Shot the Policeman Boston Feb 14 A man who after- Â¬ ward gavo his namo as Peter Nellson on the 23 was acting suspiciously street and was accosted by Policeman Walter G Horn who asked him his Without warning Nellson business drew a pistol and fired at the police- Â¬ man shooting him in the back Horn who Is not dangerously hurt arrested Nellson Relieved or Her Troubles Louisville Feb 11 Miss Emma Do llus 39 whose sweetheart squandered her money and committed suicide whllo she was on her way from Germany to marry him and whoso reason was overthrown In consequence died of pneumonia In the Lakeland asylum Hud an Old Lover Bloodhounds Were Placed on The Where The Trail But Lost It at a Point Vidians Are Supposed to Have Entered a Buggy to Facilitate Escapa Â¬ Anderson Ind Feb 14 Miss LIda Ferguson 80 of Bethel O began ac Â¬ tion against Francis Watklna 80 for breach of promise She will be sat- Â¬ isfied with 10000 It Is claimed the match was broken because of the ob- Â¬ jection of Watklns relatives All to Be Called Out Â¬ Portland Ind Feb 14 Lying on the floor lu her home bound and gag Â¬ ged and cold In death Mrs Louisa Stoltz 72 was found She lived alone and was reputed to Whether the rob Â¬ bo quite wealthy bers secured any booty Is not known As soon as the crime was discovered bloodhounds were put on the trail but they lost It at a point where It Is thought the criminals entered a buggy It Is said the victim was paid 300 a few days ago but It Is not known whether tho robbers got this NEW CHAIRMAN Boston Feb 14 At a meeting in this city of 65 reprcseatatlves of tex- Â¬ tile unions In New England It was unanimously voted to recommend that all unions call out the operatives in every cotton mill in New England They Sold Liquor Deputy Lancaster Ky Fob 11 United States Marshal Short left for Mount Vernon with George Wallace and Alex GUI where they are to bo tried for selling liquor without a gov- Â¬ ernment license A Schedule Filed Â¬ time yet Walteu Wkllmax - Itepubllran of Indiana Preparing For the Coming Cainpalcn Indianapolis Feb 9 Charles S Hernley a lawyer of New Castle was elected chairman of the Republican Mr stato committee for two years Hernley announces his platform as fol- Â¬ Tho Republicans of Indiana lows must no longer be under the guardian Â¬ ship of an Ohio boss tho campaign In Indiana must be made on the sound money Issue General Harrison will be Invited to return to tho councils of the party and will bo Invited to sound tho keynoto for the coming campaign Game Lexington Ky Feb 11 The Blue Grass Building and Loan association which made an assignment last week has filed a schedule of Its assets and liabilities Assets 286830 liabilities 294331 Stalled on a Croitlnc Indianapolis Feb 10 George Haw Â¬ kins and son farmers living at Ben Davis were killed on tho Vandalla tracks west of tbls city Their team became stalled on a crossing Tin Gheit Walk West Union W Va Feb 12 Thero is much excitement around Knight The ghost of Wat Dennlson a suicide Is said to be stalking among residents every night HauReil Uenelf New Castle Ind Fob 9 Mrs Wil- Â¬ liam Bell of Mellvlllo committed sui- Â¬ cide by hanging herself in full view of her husband who Is bedridden and a helpless cripple A bill on prizefighting or glovo contests an ex- Â¬ act copy of tho Nevada law has been Introduced In tho stuto senate Warden Mrs Clarks Hill Ind Feb 11 Morgantown W Va Feb 11 Tho John R Gladden a well known resi- Â¬ body of Deputy Gamo Warden Wllber dent of this community committed sui- Â¬ Teeter was found In tho woods near Suicided by Shooting- Murdered Â¬ ch cide by shooting herself through tho Harman on Dry Fork Randolph coun- Â¬ heart Despondency over the recent ty There were two wounds one In death of her daughter Is supposed to the hip and the other through the be the cause heart It Is supposed that Teeter who had made mnny enemies by informing Diphtheria lUglng Ind Feb 11 Tho upon vlolaters of tho game laws was Martinsville schools at Morgantown have been shot while tracking some one through closed on account of diphtheria In that tho woods His body was discovered neighborhood Several deaths have oc- by a dog lying beside a log and covered curred Tho disease has also made Its over with bark He had been missing appearance at Mooresvllle but not so several days before a search was insti- Â¬ tuted tor him bad Â¬ Kentucky lrliensbtlnir Frankfort Ky Feb 11 I1I1I A Divorce Granted Â¬ srt mtm atvfl In Lin- Â¬ coln county near Hamlin Edward Walls died in terrible agony frqm the effect of drinking flvo bottles of cinna- Â¬ mon on his way to his wedding About 6 oclock ho and Julia Hanaker wero A largo number of neigh- Â¬ married These Minister Dont Afc ree bors wero present and soon afterward ItockvIUo Ind Feb 11 The Itev the guests repaired to supper when John M Bundy brought suit for 25000 the groom was taken violently ill and damages against the Rev William IL Bplte of medical aid promptly sum Â¬ Williams for alleged defamation of In moned death resulted character Both are ministers of the Christian denomination Strl Criminally Axaulted North Manchester Ind Feb 9 No-Â¬ ra Hare 10 daughter of John W Hare o farmer user here while a returning frosa school was criminally assaulted by a straagsr who left her lytag by the roaJside KUU4 I Mm Vvr4fc Terr Haass lad Feb 19 A straa er fbout W U whose poeket was a tiary oa the front psje of whlek was written H0el Rady Hasjoratowa IbV waa killed la tas if roar jrat well-to-d- Lyda C Versailles Ind Feb 10 Bromley 50 was granted a divorce from George C Dromley CO on tho grounds of cruelty and Inhuman treat- Â¬ ment She alleges that he kicked her In the groin and blacked her eyes A Fatal Drink Charleston W Va Feb 11 mmMl lavj vrcvew juum VSr ICaXraftv TrWvsasaasaW SSWill CoU h sHMSfitf 1iw w TV XpsVal vmm a sesfer lSfo PHkJJW ad It U quickly sUorbed M Arply Into tbe nostril cent at DrainrUU or by mall l mpf lot by rotlL HltOTHUltS t Wam n St New York City XLX KLYS CREAM BALM Is aposltlveeure Going to Build or Repair Write Louisville Ky For Prices on Lumber Doors Sash and Tfety Blinds Shingles Steel Roofing f will save you money vFve J P Will J5 CO a4 avara MmmMMMMH THB BRROKNRraQB NHWS OJUOYKRPORF KY News but tllMd wltltof gardners dont generally have nny thing much to eat In tho spring R W Lavely of Big Ollfty Grayson county was here several days last week taking depositions in his suit against Gld P and John II Coraor of Hudson vllle The stilt Is on tonio notes execut- Â¬ ed by the defendants for a stock of mer- Â¬ chandise The case involves several close points Judgi Mercers suit against W V McCracken and the l oulsville Flnanco A Trust Company which has been ponding for eometlmo was decided last Saturday Judgement was rendered in f ivor of Judge Mercer for Ave thousand dollars the value of the bonds sued for and twenty four hundred dollars the accumulated interest Jack Phelps and notiHed Judge ex Governor Brown Mercer by wire last Saturday of the The case was tried by Judge decision Field of Louisville tc nlong this line Bill II 11 II III nil Hi lillHHil H A mam from Louisville camo to thin county last week to look at a farm He fat D k V 0 Babbige Editori and Priptittri llkod tho place It suited him tho price was all right but the trade was all knock ed in the head for tho reason that there WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 10 1898 was no road from it over which he could haul a load of chickens to the station This man would have brought about 10000 In cosh with him Our farmers will learn after a while that good roads Last Monday at Hardlnsburg about a mean something eppeclally when they bakers dcz in of Democrats met in the want to sell their farms Court House and endorsed the Louisville Dispatch as the organ of the parly in the The question of removing the capital Rut omlrg a State Thats all right Frankfort is again up b foro the little nearer home they made another members oi mo legislature uut iuc resolution which in substance Igaored of all discussions aud balloting on the News as the organ of the Democratic resultsubject will doubtless leave the the party in this county So far as that goes us it stands The matter has it is all right too But we have the con- Â¬ capital heretofore occupied much time of the solation of knowing that what this the outcome has always handful of Democrats then and there did members but resulted in favor of Frankfort does not voice tho sentiment of the en tire Democratic party of Breckenridge Mr Dinoley the great friend of the county They may resolute as much as American manufacturers wears a hat feel like it but one thing is certain they of this they cant drive the News away from the made in London and the hatters against it They Democratic party VVehave been reared country are crying out what he preach- Â¬ and educated an Democrats and are say he ought to practice es and that talking tariff prosperity therefore opposed to the principles of is not consistent the Republican party and will not be through a London hat nra dark and duof driven into it just yet awhile Neither The ways politicians bious will we be dictated to by a few politicians who have been disappointed in their Who has been running the Democratic hunt for office We have said time and again that we expected to affiliate with party in this county for the past five The Hon D R Murray and the the Democratic party aud the resolu years We leave it to the ting on last Monday does not disconcert Hon I H Sever us in the least We may take a placo in people to jmgti of their success the rear ranks but we are Democrats Democratic Committee just the same and will continue to do business at the old stand The County Democratic Committee is called to meet at Hardlnsburg Saturday As to the Hon D R Murray and the 19 A full 8 Important business Hon D II Severs questioning our Dem- Â¬ meeting requested Mike Mil leu ocracy well compare notes and votes Chairman with either of them For the last twen- Â¬ ty years we have been supporting vot- Â¬ HARDINSBURG ing and helping both of the honorable gentlemen in every race they have ever LH W TIME TABLE made in this county We supported Mr 001X0 KIT Murray in his race for the Senate in In his race Pesienger Daily rr Ilardtnibarg 727 m which he wai electtd against the Hon Cfcaa Blandford in Its soma wist race against the Hon A B Montgomery Panenger Dtly arr llrdlnbargll55 pm in his race egilnst the Hon D II Smith and in his race against the Hon R M The hotels are crowded Jolly we were found voting and fighting The court docket is full of contested for him And upon no occasion have we ever failed to say or print a good word coses D II Severs of Henderson was here for our fellow townsman And juet why he should at tills time seek to array the Monday prejudices of the people against us and Cbarbs D Hook spent last week in break down our business we can not un- Â¬ Louisville derstand But if Dave pops up again The town is alive and full of visitors which is quite likely he will do it is this week more than probable that we will be Miss Nellie Hook lias returned from a found supporting him again visit to Louisville James Fulliara spent a few days in SruAKiNO of trusts and combines and the money power can there be any Louisville lost week Family groceries of all kinds cheap greater trust or combine formed than that in which the Hon D R Murray for cash at J H Hooks and the Hon D H Severs are now en- Â¬ There are about eighty students en- Â¬ gaged in They are seeking to create a rolled at the college monopoly of the newspaper business Carlt Richardson spent a few days They would have no man to patronize here last week from Louisville another man if he didnt agree with them The attachments against O D Paynes in politics If he runs a bank a store or assignee are set for tiial to day a railroad and happens to differ with the Fresh bread and rolls at the City high cockalorums of the party they forthwith call a meeting boycot his Bakery this week J II Hook Miss Jessie Kylor has returned from business break it up and turn it over to an extended visit to Cloverport their party hireling Meyer Meyer will go back into busi David Murray has never had abetter ness at Buras sometime in March friend than the Nsws if we do say it W S Beard has a position in the We have been as loyal to him as any store of J A Witt for a few week man could be in spiteofiiisshortcomings Go to the City Bakery this week for He never came to us for a favor but what your 10 cent lunch J II Hook Prop he got If it were in our power to grant it Miss Sallie Richardson of Union Star Verily the ways of the politician are is here visiting her sister Mrs P M past understanding Beird Mies Irene Board came up from Glen A Finn years of careful observation we come to the conclusion that a poli- Â¬ deane last Saturday and remained over have tician is a man who can control all sorts Sunday Robt Cox has been quite ill for sever- Â¬ of conventions between elections but who always misses connection when the al days at the residence of Rav W B Sneed train starts to headquarters Evangelists Frymlre and farboe were The latest Ohio idea is a bill introduc here last Sunday stopping with Mr ed into the Ohio Legislature to refer ap Â¬ Kyler plicants for marriage license to a medical Mrs Meyer Meyers of Buras was board which shall refuse a license if here last week Visiting her daughter either one lias dipsomania kleptomania Mrs Robt McGuffin insanity or tuberculosis Not a bad idsa Andrew Gabo and his sister Miss but a little hard on cupid Maggie of Henderson came up Sunday to visit Rev Father Gabe Senator Lindsay haa made his reply Taylor Beard who has been laid up to the Leqisature concerning his resig right of that for the last three weeks with a severe nation He denies the body to question his Democracy and cut on his foot Is out again Crit llambleton has a new barbers says that he is not their representative but that of the people of the entire chuir aud invites his patrons to call around and get an easy Bhave state Arthur Board came down from Louis-Â¬ New England Is having her troubles ville last week and spent a few days too Her cotton mills are going South visiting his sister Mrs C E Hoswell her farms are being abandoned and her The special exercises at the college western mortgages are being paid ofl so last Friday morning consisted of quotathings are in a very bad plight for New tions from standard authors on current England history Judge Board and wife who have been Ir County Attorney Miller could in- Â¬ In Texas since lust November returned duce his Fiscal Court to refund the roads home last Friday They report an en of this county along with her bonds he joyable visit will do two things that will carry his P M Beard who has been in Louis name into history and the risinggenera villa for several weeks returned home tlon applaud last Saturday He Is doing well aud hopes to Tie out in a short time TiNiim thinks Miss Bradley Cuahiie Prof Logan and the directors of the baa made a mistake in adopting spring water for christening the battle ship college are to be congratulated on secur- Â¬ He suggebts that pure crab ing Prof Pate in the teachers depart Â¬ Kentucky cider such aa he makes would have ment He Is an instructor of superior ability been the proper thing Nobe Pate has the telephone line to Balltown completed It will be extend The people of the state are not so much Interested In the removal of the ed from that place to Cloverport It capital from Frankfort as they are in will also be connected by a line across some other measures that the Legisla Â¬ the country from Jollys station With Messrs Logan Pate and Avltt in tive members might study to their bene Â¬ charge of the scientific teachers and pro fit partaoiy departments out at the li N A strong petition from a BuajVer of College the present session promises to prominent Kentucklaas haa bees sent be the most satisfactory in Its history to Hob Jobs Young Brown soliciting Mr Heron of Cloverport predated him to make the race for Governor to Judge McUeath this week a gavel mads from the cannel coal out of the The Bltenit Trust has organized The mines near that place It was neatly wily way to get even with this Octopus polished with the Judges Initials inscribed oil It is to b4Ur oaks During the pretty wsatiier of last wsek woman thatcsa carry MYfl psrtlss in town mads a liUls I It is not purdsn It la wU snoop h to b enrgt-- I p- loUgkw Into U kiuiutu Breckenridge SIX PAGES Jm Â¬ BRANDENBURG Wash Rhodes is improving Mrs Wm Rhodes has been quite sick again Three more children at the Luclle Home making eight Father Whelan had servico at the Catholic church last Sunday Tho Lidies Aid met Monday with its President Mrs II O Woodson Mr and Mrs D S Richardson havo moved to their home on Ettst Hill Mrs Wm Bewley is in Louisville with er mother Mrs Wm Stilh who is ill Mrs Blancho Fontaine is visiting Mrs B A Young West Chestnut Loulsvillo I regret to hear that Bro Judson Wil letts wife has been quite ill Hope she may soon be better Mrs Mollie D Carrico is here from Hopkinsyllle to spend the week with her sister Mrs Thos Hamilton Mr Burton and Mr Hardesty with a number of the Normalltes gave an en- Â¬ tertainment at Gusto n last Saturday night It is a subject of congratulation that our churches here are in complete uni son and accord as far as Christian fellow ship goes Miss Lula Woolfolk was the charming and gracoful hostess last Saturday night for a number of her young friends from eight to twelve We would naturally expect Geo W Bain to congratulate Miss Bradley upon christening the Kentucky with a cold water beverage Miss Lena Drury ban arrived to spend some time with her sister Mrs John Frokes We are always gad to welcome Mies Lena in our midst To day Monday St Valentine is be- Â¬ ing rt produced and his memory honored Love sick swains anduupid struck lassies will send out samples of affection while the comic edition will be vastly de rlgeur Mrs Temple Simmons has been quite ill in Louisville at St Josephs Infirmary but is now better and will be at home soon perhaps The Greek supper I un- Â¬ derstand has been postponed on account of Mrs Simmons illness Miss Pearle Wimp is visiting sister Mrs Jesse Clarksou Miss Alary Dee Pussy Is with Misses Ella Pusxy and Ella Richardson Meade county is very much in evidence in Louisville In fact quite a colony of our people may be found there They form as well a pleasing and Interesting set The good women of Louisville have succeeded in getting Mayor Weavers recommendation to appoint a jail mat Â¬ ron There has been great philanthropic work accomplished everywhere by earnest go ahead women especially in our prisons All honor to those Louisville Â¬ Â¬ misery tho Immorality and the Crime of fie world would disappear The Social Â¬ ist will toll you that it Is Infamotl It is nodono at once I would ask how Is it to bo done Not by making the masses and classes change places No Lot us tako Andrew in Bantus Bettor Dead and kill off the people Tlioro aro too many idle useless individuals in this world of our too many Micawbers waiting for something to turn up In stead of taking hold of the rough edge and working with might and main for a gilt one Do nway with Radicalism Dont cronke about masses and classes Let every fellow work and learn to bo content with his lot This will revolu- Â¬ Better be Dead tionize tho world than a Radical Apropoas of Bi other Jenkins and Brother Hessons late Bermons on about the same theme tho way to help the de- Â¬ pendent and relievo suffering humanity In to my mind an uplifting brotherly lovo that spurs them to activity Teach the children something to make them useful in life how important to be em- Â¬ ployed and to take care of their earnings Florence Nightingale raised the standard of professional nursing Let somo philanthropic sister raise the standard of do mestic service Let a girl who dos excellent work in a ladys kitchen be just as much respected as another who is a type writer or a nurse or a clerk If that girl Is an intelligent worthy re fined individual and has capacity for that calling let her fill it and not be tabooed All such maudlin sentimentality should be done away with at this day It is as praiseworthy to be able to cook a meal keep a beautiful dining room and kitch- Â¬ en as it is to give a music lesson teach a school or trim a hat if people could get over prejudice 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - imu iMirnrr--Mi- wiw lSi Dandruff dandruff appears It Is usu Â¬ ally regarded as an annoyance It should Be regarded as a disease lis When presence Indicates an unhealthy con- Â¬ dition of the scalp which if neg Â¬ lected leads to baldness Dandruff The most should be cured at once effective means for the cure ts found 7iangerous ln ts Look Out FOR OUR NEW LINE OF promotes the growth of the hair re- Â¬ stores It tvhen gray or faded to Its original color ana keeps the scalp clean and healthy greatly For more thn eight year troubled with dandruff and though a yeuntf man my hair was fast turning- gray and all 1HK UUl iuucnciii Inevitable until I began to - AVERS HAIR VIGOR It Im Sfyers Jfozr Sprin g Goods To Arrive Shortly The Vests Do mi 2Jigror The dandruff has been entirely removed and my hair la now soft smooth and glossy and fast re galnlngltsorlglnal color LTV ALLE Allenton Ho PAYNESVILLE Nothing by Halves Â¬ women Bro Phillip Jenkins was our guest at Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ dinner lait Sunday with other friends Brother Jenkins gave us a fine sermon in the morning on Brotherly Love He presented some beautiful truths in an appealing manner He has a knowl- Â¬ edge of how to touch tho sympathies of his congregation and to hold their atten Â¬ tion He is just as sympathetic in the social circle Uncle Dick Wlllett as we always affectionately termed him at a ripe old ate has at last been gathered home for his reward Well done thou good and faithful can surely be Bald of him He leaves many children several of them ministers to riss up and call him bless ed Brother Hagan will preach his fun Â¬ eral at Hill Grove and his remains be in Â¬ terred at Beech Grove Much sympathy to the aged wife Brother Jenkins says he heard a man wishing for some of Letters money I dont want his money but just n little of his wheat say enough to take a body to see Fanny Davenport in La Tosca and Cleopatra and those goigeous costumes as Queen of the Nile Fanny Davenport Is an artist and has risen from terpslchorean and lyrio abilities to gnat productions of tragic drama So if I had just a few of Liters many millions of the cereal I should see this actress in her sardonic repertoire I am with J M Banle I want a Q D W S P Society His deflnitlou of Radicalism is to my liking too It Ip he says a dtslra to gat a chance This is an aspiration inherent in the human breast and is felt more keenly by the poor Make the poor rich and the hovels the A thrill of terror is experienced when Jeff Thornsberry and family have a brassy cough of croup sounds through the house at night Rut the terror soon recently moved into town changes to relief after Ono Minute Cough Thos Urown has been quite sck with Cure has been administered Safe and the hives Joe Flaherty says it is the Hayner harmless for children Short scratches Dan Hull has purchased a floe set of DUKES jewelers tools and now ha fixes em A long while while you wait Health is good in this locality Ed Burch passed the examination for Farmers are about done burning plant graduation successfully which was held beds last month The saw mill run several days last Harrison Young leit for Nashville week Tenn last week where he will stay in The weather has been of the nicest the future with his brother for several days Miss Bessie Harris had two of her Thero was prayer meeting Friday night front teeth extracted Saturday and im Â¬ mediately sent word to Will to bide a at Rev S J Ritcheys Mrs Rebecca Tindal moved into Lee wee Gilmores house Thursday Hurrah I for Albert Thompson he is wife of Cloyer representing the people of Meade county Mr Henry Ray and and not the corporations port attended services here Sunday We were very sorry to give up our Farmers are making good use of the weather and art putting in about 12 neighboring family Mr Buck Gilpin who moved to Sandy Hill last week hours a day Mr Brown is going to build a large James Badger went to Louisville Thursday to see his sister who is sick at addition to his present commodious store house and then we will have J a the Masouic Home Dont forget the announcement here- Â¬ regular Mammoth Miss Agnes Hardesty and Miss Parr tofore that R iV D L Bowlds will preach Friday night at the Presbyterian church two charming youog ladles from Andy If the beautiful weather continues a ville paid our town a very brief visit some one wished they had tarried few days longer the ground will be in Mr Clark of Jefiersonville represent- Â¬ a good fix for sowing oats and many of the farmers will avail themselves of the ing the Cincinnati Cooperage Company is stationed in our midst now while he opportunity Rev S J Ritchey preached Sunday is a working man he is also an export on water baptism There were two pianist W A Adklsson our hustling distillery baptizsd Four of the nine that pro Â¬ fessed during the late meeting will be man has purchased another large engine immersed at Mt Eden the first Sunday with which bo is going to run a grist mill in March Mr Dan Stiles says and he is a truth- Â¬ Fiuley Burnett received an ugly and Bill Ash painful wound Saturday from a nail pro- Â¬ ful man that his truding from a box by tearing a place in craft is going to erect a saw mill in his right leg below the knee four or fivo layuesvllle fitted up especially for saw Â¬ inches long which will likely confine ing the railroad tie slabs into bung holes for the southern market him to his room for some time Miss Annie Ray Rhodelia and Miss Notwithstanding the inclemency of tho weather there was a crowded house Lee Tiiornsberry Sirocco were the Friday it being to the sorrow of ihe pu- guests of Miss Esie Payne Thursday pils the closing scene of the school night quite a crowd of young people The house had been beautifully decorat- Â¬ congregated at that hospitable home and Recitations and enjoyed games and eoclal ed for the occasion speeches were very commendable in all till tho wee sma hours the scholars Mr Haynes has taught Miss Susie Eldar will b gn a term of us a good school His average through- Â¬ school bore about the 1st of April Par Â¬ out the school has been 15 greater than ents wishing to send their children to the school previous Not only the pupils school during the spring months could regret his absence but the patrons re Â¬ not find a more proficient or able teach- Â¬ gret the loss of so good a citizen and er in tho county teacher May the tender mercies of a Dr Burch returned from Charleston loving Saviour attend him on the jour-Â¬ Mo Sunday where he had been called ney of life is the wishes of a host of to the bedside of his sister Mrs Ed friends at this place Brown who was thought to be in a dying I DID YOU KXOW condition When the Dr left she was jsCThat Tud was with his best girl Sun- - some better though there Is hardly any hopes of her recovery She is afflicted uay going to be a wedding with neuralgia of the heart That there was One Sunday not long passed Mr before long That some body Is looking very lone Â¬ called on one of our handsome old maids of Fruit Ridge I know Miss some since Mr Aldrage left hardest times that didnt do it on purpose but noverthelets That these are the he will never go back Ho asked her to the laboring claesss of this country ever play while her fingers were running expeiienced magically over tne kevs That thero is no such thing as prosper- Â¬ eeems to have wandered to her thoughts ir oh ity under the gold bug rule And never well It makes no difference anyhow she will bo for the laboring clots exclaimed suddenly Johnny do you remember that piece Now no That tho wolf of hunger is prowling that particular fellow would haveone butÂ¬ considaround the homes of more people un- Â¬ ered this more than an ordluarv llncnat der the cursed reign of gold bugism blunder but he haa made a host of than this civilized couutry ever wit Â¬ things out of it nessed since lis birth The Hon R M Congress eon-in-laÂ¬ tete-a-tet- When they work they work When they play they play When they promise they pay And we promise to show a new line of spring goods in all the new styles colors and designs at reasonable 1 prices Wm VEST SONS Auction Sale VbV t 1 1 1 Monday FebT2l ie 1898 At Irvington Ky There will be offered a lot of Horses Mules Cattle Sheep Hogs and other stock The contents of the IRVINGTON CREAMERY Stock buyers if you want stock here is your chance McGLOTHAN D W HENRY I ai Â¬ will be sold to the highest bidder h o o Ci tl Cl BLAND it Auctioneer I I Jolly For When you take floods ll lb Tlwblg t ugar coateil tills which tear you all to pieces arc not la It wMb Hoods Easy to take No Grme W 11 1 st awl aaay to operate U true of Hoods mid wlikb are ttpladatolnaveryreapect Kate MTUlaandsur ty druwUta Hoods 11 All SM From the Hartford Republican Children and adults tortured by burns D II Smith will be accorded the scalds injuries eczema or skin diseases -may secure instant relief by using De empty honor of the Ddmocratio nomina tion for Congress In this district There IIHNT A eood More and dwelling hoiue Witts Witch Hazel Salve It is the la likely to be a sharp fight for the Re Â¬ excellent OMaine for one deilrout of enter great Pile remedy Short A Haynes kg the mercantile builneii For particular ad publican nomination Among those drtts Dr II W Ilurch McQiadyKy mentioned In Republican circles are the Contains the News Hon John W Lewln of Waahlnt ton ADMINISTRATOHS NOTlCKAll person The Louisville Post is one of the hand Â¬ of Tho L somest papers typographically In the county Max Howard of Marion county J R Kenned Adrar United States It is remarkably well aud Hon R M Jolly of Breckenridge county who recently made a Dhenomnn edited and Is bimful of news Its al race for Senator in the tenth district elxe end color In fine condition and re dy bead artist Is a crackajack The progressiveneas of the paper together ana Hon j a k Wedding Hon E D Mtlchokeej jleldfrom 40otoooo buihcltper acre J 0 Stephen Addlion Ky with its truly metropolitan news service Guffy of Ohio county and appearance Is makln it the most sought for journal that comes to this huwri w praui cre ma will fir r win Ity Â¬ 0WANTS SDR CALDWELLS 1 PEPSIN CONSTIPATION I it Ullif d b c vv5 Amurtir It 01 irwATfcjiisevr7woB0 Andrew Princeton Ind Feb 11 Jones is supposed to have been mur dered at Wlnslow aud thrown into the Putoka river Great excitement pre Â¬ vails and men are now drnsslos tb8 river Jones was an Important witness in a burglary caso and It Is supposed that the tang have murdered hint U4 WhMEr HblttÂ¬ is Ct C si II 0 PIUM ornery Mcaptd cured at home with out Mia Book of per ucuim tent VH HWOULLiHrMU KilTWn - tkSMtrnkkIMwwMnkhMd GIHoodfcCoTwltMaM j IK w Whooping cough Is the most distress ing maladyi but its duration can be cut short by the use of Oue Minute Cough Cure which also the beet known reme Â¬ dy for croup end all lung and bronchia UooWse -a- CASTORIA lr Iafaati and OkiMrn iv leepi hogAbo0tpYenUtlve ol cholera and men thrift r condition that it li fki - WSS feM Xo-Te--JI mPlbIordlaato J f take hold cllUm now if you wait Irvington Ky Completely iWeeiBBOweteu BellwsBHrf Ind Feb 10 During a dispute over swall account Jobn Pound n grsMrynan of Underwood near here w fatally woundd with knife by Jskm Montgomery Pound wu oompUtely dlwmboweled Mont ut dr k W SUB bort Hernes Ztf Br P W Foot BsaatTnai vtttr j OAMTOnXA km W hi WJMW THK BEHOKENRIDGK Breckenridge WEDNESDAY SC Gujtok EuiTOit NKS GLkOVEiRPORr KY 7 9 ALL DRUGGISTS aea wi News 10 FEBRUARY 1808 Ds Lay Sermon Ky No a 1898 Ffb 2nd I wish to make Mn sornii expla I nations iu regard to my article which ap-Â¬ peared in your lssuo o Jan 10 b You of your own accord headed Bald article A Lay Sermon The iuhj ct that I attempted to discuss and all who read my article will remember was the How Ohurcli mixing with tho world I came to discuss wild subject aud also have same published wo have in our church the Cumberland Presbyterian in Breckenridge county an organization known as an E ders and Deacons Con- Â¬ Their meetings ference or association aro controlled by the Elders and Deacons of the various clurches Tho churches that have thus far participated in these meeting aro Bethel Pleasant Grove Freedom and Clifton The object of these meetings are to advance the inter- Â¬ est of tho church and tho cause of chrlst therefore various subjicts are discussed essays are read in regard to the best methods of advancirg Ctirlstscausa also subjects touching on the hlnderauces of building up Christs cause This association or conferenco met with Freedom congregation Jan 8th 18 The subject assigned myself for tho occasion by the committee on program was Tho Church and tho world I said these meetings were controlled by the Elders and Deacons So they are however every member ofjtho church has the eaino right to participate- - in these discussions that an Elder or Deacon has We generally appoint a special critic at these meetings whose duty it is to criticise or eulogzs any essay that may be read or discussion that may be made though any member of the church has the same privlh g i We will say not by way of boasting either that our little attempt though feeble it was passed without any criticism but was enlogz d Now wo are not quite sure that we un- Â¬ derstand exactly the position that Bro A and sister B occupy in ngard to christian duty Bro A and sister B f uy that a christian may go anywbore with a hope to admonish the sinner Now Bro A and sister B if you have been visiting the saloon the race field the picnic aud ball room aud other places of like import and have been ad Â¬ monishing the sinner as you say to turn fiou such things then we say that you have been engaged in a noble work If this be your idea of cbrietian duty there Is no dissentlon between us But if you contend that a christian may visit tueli places as wo have spoken of for the the pleasure there is to tho christian we are not f greed You say that the Scrip Â¬ ture Be ye not unequally yoked ect has reference to marripge only If it does it eeems to me that this with the re- Â¬ mainder of the chapter would certainly condemn such a union A theory which the Bible certaiuly does not teach Bro A and sister B why did you not iotei prut or comment on some other sentences that I quoted such as What fellowship hath righteousness with unrighteous ness aud what Communion hath light and what sgreemtnt with darkness hath tho temple ol God with idols etc wherefore come out Then verso 17 from among them and ha ye sept ra e Now Bro A and sister saith tho Lord B if the abovH scripture does not mean that the church is to be separated from the world in the sense maintained by us iu our former article will you please tell us what character said scripture has reference to and iu what Bense they are to be separate Itemember that my po bitlon is that we can associate with the sluuer so far as we do uot by our pres- Â¬ ence acts or otherwise encourage or tolerate his wrong doinu Brother imita Â¬ tor jou seem to think that Utra Is no authority aud that it is unchristian to turn ouo out of the church Well if there is a religious dt nomination in K m tucky that dues not txcocniouuicate its members under no circumstance what- Â¬ ever then there one church that we frankly admit that we luvd little or nothlug of its djctrine And while you may consider us very ig toraut iu this particular we feel sat sfW that you will impart Information to hundreds of read ers of the Bhkckkmhidok News by giving ui the name of that church iu your nex Â¬ 1 Â¬ sermon As to tho authority for turning one out of tho church we will refer you to Matthow 18 beglntng at tho 15 verse Moreover if thy brother shall tresspass against thee go And toll him his fault be Â¬ tween thee and hlra alone if he shall hear thee thou has gained thy brother butlfhewill not hear thee take with thee one or two more that in the mouth of two or more witnesses every word may be established and if he shall ne Â¬ glect to hear thorn tell it unto the church let him bo unto thee as a heathen man and a publican Bro A and sister B you may conclude that the above scripture also has refer en co only to marriage however if it does not iu your opinion I hope that you will give us a little comment on it My idea is that a christian should also liven different life in more respects than one from one who is not a christian and as additional testimony Bro A and sister B you cau begin at the 10th vera 5 chapter I Cor and read the re Â¬ mainder of said chapter As to my be- Â¬ ing homeless and trying to pull down tho house of another I am not as I said in the beginning quite sure that I un- Â¬ derstand you correctly But if I do I will tell you now and here that I do not wish to seek shelter in your character of house If I have misunderstood you I ask pardon and I hope that if you give us a No 2 that I may be able to thorough- Â¬ ly understand you In conclusion Bio A and sister B I hope that iu the future when you think proper to criticise my position that you will be Christ like enough as a christian aud generous and fair enough as a lady or gentleman not to conceal yourself behind some ficticious name If you are in earnest and mean to do good you will not do it Respectfully 8 C Dowhix Guston Ky The Host Fata Diieaio is not generally known that more adults die of kidney trouble than any LJE LAWS of the Fecnllar KnactmonU Tbat Obtained In Old Virginia Thoso who fancy that strict laws woro poculiar to Now England iu colo- Â¬ nial days should rend somo of tho enact ments of tho Virginia assembly writes Professor It was enactod John Fisko in Old Virginia nnd Her Nolghbors that any person found drunk was for tho first offense to bo pri vatoly reproved by tho minister tho second timo this reproof was to bo pub- Â¬ licly administered tho third timo tho offender must bo put in irons for 13 hours nnd pay a flno for any subsequent offenses ho must bo sovcroly punished at tho discretion of tho govoruor and coun- Â¬ cil To guard tho community against ex cosslvo vanity iu dress it was onactcd that for all publia contributions ovory unmarried man must bo assessed iu church according to his own npparol nnd ovory married man must bo assess Â¬ ed according to his own nnd his wifos npparol Not merely cxtravnganco in dress but snch social misdemeanors as flirting received duo legislativo condemnation Pretty maids woro known to oncouraga hopes in moro than ono suitor nnd gay docoivors of tho stornor box would some Â¬ times seek to win tho affections of two or moro women at tho samo timo Whoroforo It was onnotod that overy minister should givo notlco in his chnroh that what man or woman soovor should uso any word or spooch tending to n contract of marriage to two soveral persons at ono timo asmighteutangloor breed scruples in tholr consciences shonld for such their offense either un- Â¬ dergo corporal correction by whipping or bo punished by flno or otherwise no cording to tbo quality of tho person so offending Men wero hold to moro strict account- Â¬ ability for tho spoken or written word than in theso shameless modern days Ono of tho most prominent settlors wo find presenting a petition to tho assem bly to grant him duo satisfaction against a neighbor who has addressed to him a letter wherein ho taxeth him both un Â¬ seemly nnd amiss of certain things wherein ho was nover faulty Speak- Â¬ ing against tho governor or any member of tho council was liable to bo punished with tho pillory It was also imprudent to speak too freoly about clorgymon who wero hold in great roveronce No planter could disposo of so much ns a pound of tobacco until ho had laid asido a certain specified quantity as his assess ment toward tho ministers salary which was thus assured oven in tho worst times so far as legislation could go J Borne Â¬ Â¬ racaefa CURE CONSTIPATION iat lANDY CATHARTIC i mt TOOTH ECONOMY M 5 1 ABSOLUTELY 2550 10 f WJJaMlHlUipai HIILaULIJJaa GUARANTEED tuna A tooth may decay for years bolore it aches It costs far Ices both in monoy and discomfort to take care of small cavi- Â¬ t fty - II linLHI x wt iiiav ii i uuniKait Htn iviat lifj ties than large ones Come any timo and have your teeth ex- Â¬ amined No charge for it Wo will bo at IrvingtoD on Wed Â¬ nesday and Thursday after the fourth Monday of each month miwiaiu a na s HARDIN WILDERBrandenburgp t L JOHNSON 25afe InilISVIlLr Ky t 5 We want to Remind You Perhaps You Forget Sometimes that wo have a complete aseortment of SHOES RUBBERS and OVERSHOES for men women and children and oven babies Wo will sell a good solid school shoo ono that tho boys wont kick through in a hurry as low as 125 This shoo fits well and looks well also SIR WALTER RETTREt The Well Known Itace Hone Winds TJp a Five Vcar Campaign Sir Walter ono of tho gamest and boncstcst horhcs that over earned brack ets was recently retired to tho stud aft er a campaign on the running turf which has few parallels Ho will bo an on Juu 1 so that he lcavcsn racing record behind him extending over fivo years Ho was shippe l to Keutuoky and his destination is said to be tho Elmeudorf stock farm This is now tho property of J B Haggiu Sir Walter was foaled in 1800 at Hag gins stock farm California He is a bay borso with wbito points by imported Midlothian La Scala Ho was pur- Â¬ Â¬ If Its Worth Printing k the Courier Journal Twice-a-Wee- Will Print It And Every Democrat Every Republican Every Man Woman or Child who can read will want to read it MEANTIME WK PREFER TO TAKE OUIl CHANCE Willi THE CONSERVATIVE DEMOCRATS K1GH1ING WITHIN THE 1ARTV TO UKI OKM IT OK ITS EXCESSES AND TO RESTORE IT TO ITS I1ETTEK USES THAN TO PURSUE AN 10NUS FATU iS WHICH IF IT HAD I1EBN MORE REAL WOULD HAVE RESULTED IN THE ELEC TION INSTEAD OK THE DEFEAT OK THE KHEE SILVER FUSION IN 1896 AND WHICH WITH SINGULAR UNANIMITY THE VOT ERS HAVE REFUSED TO t t NEW DRESS GOODS W E BROWN -- It 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 It Fisher Cloverport J It A Shell man Stephensport Gordon Ilaynes Patesvllle E A Witt Hardinsburg Auction Sale of Selioolliotuea A public auction of schoolhouses is a novelty that will bo witnessed in west- Â¬ ern Kansas Stato officials recently decided that schoolhonscs in depopulated districts which aro not in use may be sold to tho highest bidder Thoro aro more than 100 of theso bnildings scattered over tho prairies that have not been in use for years tho abodo of bats aud owls They aro decaying and crumbling Thoy will bo sold to tho highest bid- Â¬ der to be used for cattlo sheds or cut np into kindling wood In many cases a single family runs a school from tho taxes gathered from nonresident landowners Chicago Chronicle Â¬ Irvington Ky - irkW COUUIERJOURNAL1S A DEMOCRAT NOT A REPUIlLICANj AND IT WILL UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES OR CONDITIONS PURSUE A POLICY WHOSE ONLYFFECT IS TO CONTINUE THE RF UHLICAN PARTY IN POWER is a Democratic Piper of tU or tight pagel Utued Wednesday nd Saturday of rach week The Wtdneiday issue prints all the clean news and the KOLLOWTHE cc-crc-ccp 8SSSXSS THETWICE A few months ago Mr Byron Every of Woodstock Mich was badly n filleted with rheumatism His right leg was swollen the full length causing him great suffering He was advised to try Chamberlains Pain Balm The first bottle of it helped him considerably and the second bottle effected a cure Tbe 25 and 50 cent sizes are for sale by A It Fisher Cloverport and R A Shellman Stephensport WOLVES IN MINNESOTA Farmer and Trainmen Uare Been At Â¬ tacked by Them and Much Stock Hilled Wolves are making life unhappy for Minnesota farmers Henry Follen was attacked by u pack near Deerwood Minn on tho Northern Pacific recently aud killed several bo foro ho drove them off Thoy bad at tacked two of his cows When ho ran to the rescue tho wolves attacked him Follen climbod a tree and seated on a limb began war on tho beasts Ho shot soveral of them and these were immediately torn to pleoes by tho others Follen fired all tho cartridges in his rifle and was kopt a prisoner in tho tree by tho animals for an hour or moro until a neighbor who bad hoard tho shooting aud the bowls of tho wolves came to tho rescue Later in tho evening tho crow of a Northern Pnciflo train discharging a cargo at tho Deerwood station was at- Â¬ tacked by wolves supposed to be tho re Â¬ mainder of tbe pack which had attacked Follen Tbo men had just timo to draw their revolvers and make for tbo train Shrill blasts from tho whistlo and the opening of tbo escapo pipes for steam scared tho wolves away Already a considerable amount of stock owned by the settlers has been killed by the animals and people aro afraid to go out of their homes aftor dark Tho heavy snow and tbo intense cold are driving tho wolves into the set Â¬ New York World tlements Â¬ MOTHER There is no word so full of meaning and about which such tender and holy recollections cluster as that she who watched of Mother over our helpless infancy and guid- Â¬ ed our first tottering step Yet the life of every Expectant Moth- Â¬ er is beset with danger and all ef fort should be made to avoid it so assists nature in the change tak- Â¬ ing place that m me iixpctiaiu m wm Mother is I ft t IK Bill bled to look ena for I I I 1UIIU warci without dread suffering or gloomy fore- Â¬ bodings to the hour when she experiences the joy of Melberhoed Its use insures safety to the lives of both Mother and Child and she is found stronger after than before confinement in short it makes Childbirth natural and easy as Dont be so many have said persuaded to use anything but the houe It Is interist Buoklens Arnica Salve edited by Henry Wattrrson Tun Best Salvk in the world for Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fe- Â¬ Vou get 104 rood papers of six oreight pages ver Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chil- Â¬ Bin WALTEH each for 1 less than one cent a paper chased as a yearling by tho Ouock stablains Corns and all Skin Eruptions and postively cures Piles or no pay re- Â¬ ble and provod a breadwinner almost quired It is guaranteed to give perfect from tbo first timo ho faced tho flag as Are given Club Reisers and good paying com His first notablo win was missiuns are allowed agents satisfaction or money refunded Price a in tbo Seaside Stakes at tho 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tho Brooklyn Handicap in 1800 from a high vacant This was bosido a good looking rm MB tAjl MKtsWN nicely dressed young man who wns read Â¬ class field Ho nho ran third in tho Metropolitan His performances lust ing n paper season showod that ho still rotaiued bis When sbo camo to this seat she flop ped down heavily and tossed her bag to stako form Ho scored over all comers tho seat between herself and tho young in big ovents at Saratoga aud tho Metro- Â¬ ninn Two seconds later the young man politan tracks and toward tbo end of tho A Book for Young and Old leaped from his seat and a string of season was among tho vory best handi Â¬ Now York Sun earnest words of doubtful origin foil cap horses iu training from his lips liko vipers from tho lips of YECURE OUR A Great Seal the young woman in tbo fable NERVOUS RECORD The startled passeugors looked to bco of unnecessary expenditure of time and what had caused this outburst Thoy mony may be saved if you will only Esti 1878 BLOOD saw and then 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M9HTHS S9 UMTS ME YE4M IWIOX-A-WIIK rllrqoinh Blatter a4 WQ De you kavow bow if Utea you kaow hew S dye tliat U K ym Jboa rwtMMi y4eM Dy u year Italia TocrhiippiiieM clearyour4 if BfsIM Ma4 tn4 TISrMt TABBK If j TUBS YOUR FORTUN awmi m - Mtraruuwn v4 M tor M tiMiooaeUkttt byWK dye thats U Md 5a mu Mt t THE GLOBE PRINT1 5x mciuutt iulTk CX BftfiCKfiNRiDdE News WEDNESDAY FEBhUARY 10 1808 THEY NEED- Â¬ ED COONS And Zeb Whiles An A ununo out rrovtdenoo may bring about whnt Ivo bin prayin fur If I har yo hoot Ill oum along an JIno yo Bout an hour artcr I loft homo said tho old man after throwing another stick on tho fire it begun to rain an pnrty soon I was both wot an mad all through Thar wasnt so much as a coon track to bo seen an I got under th shelter of n chestnut troo an prepared toonsH I whs gwino to ouss coons pos Â¬ sums tho wah tho olo woman an ev Â¬ erything elso when thar oum a flash o lightnin an n roll o thunder to mako q jump Jist then tho rain began to jHur down harder an I sorter reckoned if I got hum all right I wouldnt oum out on no mo tomfool tramps Down below mo an about ten rods away was n big dead treo an I knowed from tho looks o it twas holler My eyes was on that treo when thar oum another flash follcred by n crash I was knocked down an put to sleep liko fur flvo mlu its an when I sot up that olo troo was lyiu on tho airth in splinters It had been struck by a thundor bolt I said Exactly an it pcarcd to bo a purty clus call fur mo too Bimoby artor tho smoko an dust had cleared away I walked down among tho splinters an about tho fust thing I saw was a dead coon I hadnt fairly mado him out when I seen another an another an shuck ray hido sah if tho airth wasnt kivcred with tho varmints Xliat olo treo had bin chuck full o em an when tho lightnin busted tho treo it alsobuRt cd tho coons I was staudiu thar rubblu my cyis an wonderin if I had kouo blind when tho olo woman showed up an soz I hoard tho crash an knowod a treo had been struck nn so I oum out to help toto tho coous homo How many do yo mako o em Zeb How many did yo pray fur scz I Jost nn oven 20 an it seems liko thoy aro all yero But how did 20 coonscum to bo in this olo treo when nobody has seen even a track around yero fur tho last thrco mouths Dunno Zob I prayed Providenco to send us coons big fat coous on if sho crowded em inter a treo instead o a heller log or a hole in tho ground wo aint gwino to kick about it Lets pick em up an get oin hum an begin work And was tho number just 20 I asked What Cuba Has Cost Spain lrom Atlsnta Conililullon DILL STURnTT LOME MARKET REPORTS 10 1893 J O BUSH D D S Henderson Eoute Liimiil Wife Made to Appeal Providence She Wanted Twenty Big Fat Coons And Dreamed About Them Nights PRAYERS THAT WERE NOT ANSWERED Wo was might poro folkiJ around said old Zob White 7ere artcr tho wall one evening as wo sat by his firounti an fur nwhlle most o us couldnt And no vtey to git along I had cum homo feeliu feeblo an tho olo woman had bin llvin on parched con an roots an how we was to git a start agin I couldnt bco Biraoby a feller cuius up yero from Nashville an wants to buy coonskins an tho prico never was bo high but I was that feeble I couldnt do no huntin Sich as did go out to hunt didnt hov no luck an it was finally agreed that the coons had all bin skcar ed outer tho kentry Ono day mon tho olo woman was chawin roots an talkin things over when sho looks up an soz Zeb White Providonco is every whar Reckon she is if tho Biblo is right Tho Biblo dont loavo this ycro Cumberland mountings out does it Cant say it does but I wouldnt aint sho blamoher if she did Waal I reckon Providcuco must oversee Tennessee with tho rest of tho kentry an theso bills aro too high to bo missed If sho watehos over human bo ins sho alto knows about coons dont she Up to the present time the effort of Spain to subdue the Cuban upraising has entailed upon her financial resource the tremendous cost of 240100000 ltather excessive figures these in view of the fact that Spain has repeatedly re- Â¬ fused to admit that a stato of war cxlata on tho island Such is the enormous exienditure which Spain has been forced to make in her vain effort tosubduo tho insurgents that she is not to be criticised from the Htandpolnt of economy for seeking to ar rive at the same result through the medium of autonomy or homo rule But bo evident is her purpose to fasten tho shackles of despotism even moro tightly upon the isand than heretofore that the dulli st insurgent In the Cuban rankB cannot possibly mistake her design There can be no doubt of the fact that if tho Insurgents had auy cause for be- Â¬ lieving that Spain was really sincere in her effort to establish home rule on the island they would cheerfully lay down their arms in spite of tho long and per Â¬ sistent fight which they liavu made for freedom Although it would not secure to them the coveted prico of complete in dependence they would nevertheless feel that something definite had been accomplished and that they had not struggled In vain to rid themselves of the blight of abject servitude to Spain but unhappily they have good reason to believe that Spain is only seeking to put them back iu slavery again and that unsuccessful in her repeated attemps to subdue them with the sword she has at Such last resorted to artful srategem being tho natural and well grounded fear of the Cubans are they to be cen- Â¬ sured for preferring still to remain in the open field ana try the fortune of battle yet longer So far the home rule governmeut which Spain has endeavored to set up In Cuba has failed most signally and there is good reason to believe that as time advanc s its utter iutflldeucy will be- Â¬ come all the more apparent Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Answers a Few Questions for Curious People One Way to Remove Spots Prom Babies Louisville Ky Feb with shippers name and post office Shippers should mark alt paekfcgas plainly addrtif BUTTKR News Intejlioenck ISuiikau No 22 Wall Street While calciraniing the town one night recently some of the boys painted a sign for me but baen to limy to bang It out I am doing a lively business without advertising however but am not makli g much at It The following questions have been asktd mo and Ill answer them ns I know them Im alwajs willing to help everjbidy but correspondents would get smoother answorsby Incloeing a few stamps I could spetid them at the post oflko Q Will you please tell me the din r euce betweon diagnosis and synopsis Choice eonntry Medlani Creamery KOOS It A li 9 18 jq lo IS OfUceGR 6th Slrtet Canncl1on liitf Dentistry in all its Branches practiced and all operations performed in the most skillful manner at prices to suit tho times Grown and Bridge Work a specialty Teeth extracted Positively without Tain kkMlll No 4 Inij 20 97 44 C 11 True Card Eait Bound Lr St Louis Kranstille Henderson SpottSTlUs In Effeet June No No 48 7H 6 80am 820pm 7 Mam 346 S 4 2m 310 323 4 00 5pm Oweniboro nest Complete Dental Keome Io Fresh 7KATH1CM Prime white gooie Mixed Old No 1 dnok In BoHthern Indlama I 333 MX 2830 U320 YOU SHOULD ArrLoulstllle CloTerport Stephensport Inuifrton Drandcnborff llawnrile 788 8 IS 917 645 1017 1045 1112 1235pm 344 7 40 603 S22 6U3 460 610 S2A 621 745 43 657 617 780 No 45- - P0ULTRT rb EMPLOY Wet llonnd Lr LoulTllle H No 4I No Hem per lb Spring Chickens per Docks per lb Oeeia per dos 7 2 6 10 6 4 00 None but the County Surrejor to do your work He Is the anlnnrlztd Sunreyor ol the County is an experienced norkman and knows hit Dullness He is alto Notnry Public writes Deeds and takes Aeknovledgemedts Charges always lteasonable Iryington Stephensport Cloyerpott llawesTlll nrandenbun 7I0am 915 961 0 11 1085 1135 1217pm 1240 81 4 60pm 6 CM 7 20 7 19 643 804 10 1021 6 823pm 9 Si 962 H 11 Owenboro Spotlstllle Henderson Eyansrllle ROOTS Address 96 947 10 10 40 10 I0M 1143 1223am 12 6 1 fit Uloieng Senlca Bnake 132 40 21 1 CHINTZ ROYALTY COUNTY SURVEYOR HARDlNSBUROKY ArrStLoui IS 732 1 15 720 Pink Yellow Wild Dinger Lady Slipper May Apple Blood A A diagnosis means that two or more doctors bored themselves together when a man gels in bed helpless and Timothy per FIELD SEEDS bushel take turn about in guessing at his ail Â¬ Clover per bushel Crimson Clorer per buihel ments Then they diaw straws for which Red Top pel of them will stay with him until he is Orchard Orassbuihel per buihel dead or dead broke A synopsis means Blue Orass fanoy per bushel bushel that when a smart man Bends a fine ar- Â¬ Blue Orass extra perper bushel Onion Bets Yellow ticle to a newspaper the editor cuts out White BIDES all the good thing and then prints the rood rest and proves to the world that the OreenSalt good Dry m writer is a blamed fool Dry flint good Sheep skins Q Can you give me a receipt for reWOOL moving spots from a young baby Tab washed Â¬ Ella J - 31 5 6 3M4 1 J H Hunsche A 1 trains run through Solid to Byansvllle Through parlor cars and Pullman seepcrs on all trains Detwern St Louis Esanlville and Louis Â¬ ville Numbers 41 and 42 connect at Irrington for Fordsrllle and lUrdinburf dlly except Sunday II C MOKDUE A G P A Lonhrllle Ky 35 3 10 2 to 45 1 20 85 i 0 00 0 00 The TAILOR with B OeS W KY TI3VCS1 Louis UA 10 Vi 1 I550 30 14 15 17 Will be in Clover Trains leave Louisville as follows S port on the 2d and 4th Bt O St W RAILWAY Cinclnnatl and the and the West No so No No LtLohIvI1 893am of every month Ar Cincinnati Friday 645am 1155am 605pm 16 18 TABIjB a 35am 2 45pm Ar Columbus Ar Pittsburg Ar Ar Ar Ar 1115am 8 95pm MrsT M E 32 18 23 00 Free Pills Send your address to II Bucklcn Co Chicago and get a free sample box of Dr Kings Now Life Pills A trial will couviuce you of their merits These pills are easy iu action and are particular- Â¬ ly effective iu the cure of Constipation and Sick Headache For Malaria and Liver troubles they have been proved invaluable Thoy are guaranteed to bo perfectly free from every deleterious sub stance and to be purely vegetable They do not weaken by their action but by giving tone to stomach and bovveis great- Â¬ ly invigorate the bj stem lingular size Sold by Short 25c per box Hayues Druggists Stands to reason that sho docs but what aro yo gwino to do Providence aint gwino to drive coons up to our doah an hev themdrap dead at our feet Yo Nevor yo mind Zeb Whlto jest sot right yero an smoke an Ill take a lectio walk up tho hill by my- Â¬ self I knowed what sho went fur said the old man as ho rubbed his hands bo Sho believed in prayer foro the fire the same as I belie vo in dry powder an she was viue up into tho bushes to prny fur coons Jest as sho went Waal no 6ah Thar was jest 10 of Mebbo Providenco couldnt find another handy by an mobbo tho olo woman lost her breath at 10 an lot tho other ono go Thoy was all full grown coous uu every pelt wuth 90 cents in cash I allowed that tho lightnin might hev damaged sum o cm but not a har was singed It took us two days to git tho karkasscs down to tho houso an rip tho polts off but it was a job wo didnt complain about Hi Thompson heard about it an cum over to look fur him- Â¬ self on moren n dozen others cum artcr him nn all n em said tho hand of em mrii jj M ya The Humor of The Senate 2JO sstiffc c n x- From the Ntw Yoik Snn im s Colonel Dick Bright had been sergeant-at-arm- s of the senate for many years and 1 he has known many famous men think the funniest thing that ever hap pencd in the senate said he the other day to the New York Sun correspondent was when David Davis was president pro tem DavIb was enormous built and weighed over 300 pounds but he had a remarkable small head Now the late Senator Voorhees of Indiana bad a very large head He had to get his hat made to order and wore a 7J One day Voorhees entered the senate in a hurry to write a letter He went to his desk which was next to the corridor He put a new silk baton tht floor by the deek and some one passed and mistaking the batforacupIdor used Has such When the senator discovered it he was Â¬ en-rfg- -d Get a soft brusi and paint over the spots If it is a whito baby use white paint if black uss black paint i Q Give me a plan for keeping my cistern from fre z ng in winter r Hknii B To keep it from A All rght Henry freezing in winter take the water out af ter the first frost To keep it from freez in summer the best way is to keep it in this climate Q Me and my girl got out of some- Â¬ thing to say last night and then we talked abcut you I argued that you are what is known as a journalist and she said you were a newspaper man Who is right and what is tho difference between the two A A journalist is a man who has had a lot of money Mt to him by his pa aud who was too stingy to give it to him when it would help him Journalists therefore usually work without pay and knock newspaper men out of work It requires a great number of journalists to make one newspaper man A newspa- Â¬ per man is a fellow who woiks 18 hours a day gets cussed by eveeybody and goes to heaven without a cent to pay toll along the route It lias been said that I am a newspaper man I must be because I have nothing to show fir it ex Â¬ cept a nice jellow assortment of hard luck stories and a railroad pais A Â¬ Â¬ JlurryBlack - Casper May Co IND Barry and Cots MISCELLANEOUS Tallow Beeswax Sorghum Molasses OANNKLTON FLOUR ii GREGORY Wharfmasfers CL0VERP0RT Locsl Agents CO KENTUCKY Blgh grade patent Straight Patent Low Orade OOKN No 2 Mixed at store No 2 White OATS No 2 White No 3 No t Mixed Oats No 3 W11EAT No 2 Long Berry No 2 Red No 3 8 15 5 00 4 50 Steamboat Agents Baltimore 1 2optn 7 50am Philadelphia to 15am 3 40 pm New York Is 3onn 555pm Ar Boston 3 cepm 9 05pm Nraln No 16 has elepant Pullman Bullet Parlor Car to Cincinnati and Drawing room Sleeper and dining cars Cincinnati to Washington Baltimore Philadelphia and New York without change Train No 18 has elegant Pullman Parlor Car to Cincinnati and Pullman Drawineroom and dining cars Cincinnati to New York without change Train No so has sleepers to Cincinnati open at 9 oclock to receive passengers Wsihlngton 650 am 555pm 1105pm 7 jam n soam St Louis Springfield and the West 8 40pm Ar Springfield 9 33am North Vernon accomodation leaves at 7 15 a m iii 30 27 27 25 25 98 6H Lt Louisville Ar St Louis daily issoan No so s 35am No 16 No 44 640pm 8 33am 8 sopm 719am Homestead Fertilizer Company and tandard Dealers In Oil Company Cnarlestown accommodation leaves at 3 30 p in except Sunday Trains Nos 16 90 and 44 have elegant day coaches Pullman parlor and sleeping cars to St Louis TIIAINS ARRIVE 96 61 Doors Sash Blinds Yellow Pine Floor RYE No 2 Western ONIONS Per barrel BACON Shoulders Clear Tib sides Clear side Lard In tierces 2 22 6 5 50 ing aud Ceiling Weather Boarding Shingles Salt Lime Cement Laths Plaster Plastering Ifair Plow Handles Bricks Etc Etttnates Furnished for Buildings and Building Material From East 7 95 a m is 15 noon 6 40 p m 95 a m 390 a m From West 7 st a m 19 15 p m 6 40 p m City Ticket office southeast corner Fourth and Main streets Depot Seventh and river For detail information regarding rates time on connecting lines sleeping parlor dining csrs etc 19 addnss District Pass A Ticket Agent B 8c O S W lly 4th and Main Louisville Ky or J M CHESSBROUCH General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio G II US BROWN 4K8K 6 General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio WARFEL Assistant budding Into womanhood slon sallow pains In back and side and constantly tired life for Most both mother and daughter Regulate and strengthen the delicate organs which should perform the natural functions of slow eyes dulled face pimpled complex DAUGHTERS Development BANK or Louisville HenderfoniSI Louis RvCo SCHEDULE TIME Tatting- 3STO 4 WOMANHOOD trying and critical time of WINTERSMITHS At 630 odck Mall A Sund7 Effect 2aj 30 S897 Wul Bound Traint Kan Bound Train HAKDINSBUEG 7 BEARD President WILL MILLKR Vioe Praildent II BXARD Cashier D Q W BEARD 43 WS Stkiiktt Eiprs Exprs Dally 4 4 STATIONS Exprs Bxpr Dally 12 35pm 12 20 Osm 1145 Mali a 4l Daily 7 45pm gu Fatality of Croup Statistics show that thousands of in Â¬ fanta and children die yearly of mem- Â¬ braneous croup We do not exaggerate when we state that every one ot these innocents could have been saved bad Foloya Houoy and Tar been given them in time Can you afford to ha without it A R Fisher CIov in your household erport H A Shollman Stephenpport EA Gordon it Haynes Patesvllh Witt Hardlnbhurg Thin During 35 years Winter smiths nucha has never failed in curing the ills of girlhood at this critical time All druggists and merchants Arthur Peter Co Louisville KyCenl Agents womanhood Dally 7 48 0pm 7 30am 818 6 03 lvUnn BUCHU 631 6 40 6 48 653 6 00 ptar Kentucky St West Point Howard Willowdale Rock Haven Guston Irvington 8il 8 35 llf 733 665 82 1135 1128 1121 66 It Uuuiual Early Fruit growers about Alilford Del fear that tho warm weather of the past few weeks followod by a cold period has damaged next seasons peach crop Cough Remedy a fair test and consider it one of the very best remedies for croup that I have ever found One dose has always been sullkient although I uso it freely Any cold my children contract ield very readily to this medicine I can conscientiously recommend it for croup and cnlde in children Geo E Wolff Clerk of the Circuit Court Feruandiua F a Sold by Â¬ The intense itching and smarting incU dent to these diseases is instantly allayed by applying Chamuerluins Eye and Mnny very bad casei Skin Ointment have been permanently cured by it It is equally efficient for itching piles and a favorite remedy for sore nipples chnpped hands chilblains frost bites and chronic sore eyes 25 ctsper box Tetter Sait Xlhcum and Eczema MORRIS K3KIUDGK R M JOLLY INTTRFST PAW I l Director 609 618 626 669 707 7 7 7 7 7 7 8 42 8 61 Long Branch Brandenburg- - 93 6 61 859 907 915 9 23 9 31 Ekron 1112 1102 1063 1045 1037 1021 6 34 6 26 645 649 618 610 542 OW TIME DEPOSITS 712 20 24 27 39 43 64 932 9 43 961 966 9 69 1011 1014 1025 1035 1043 Sample SlephenspoiW Addison Cloverport Shops Webster Lodlburg Fierce Holt 6 03 6 60 1020 1016 1007- 1002 9 69 9 45 9 40 9 27 - 64 6 30 6 22 i SIS 615 6 03 6 00 4 49 4 40 At the aw Office of V G BABBAGE IN UARDINSBURQ Am frr m1 M km ALL ALONG THIS YEHE MOUNTING FOLKS WAS PRAYIN away along came HI Thompson an when I told him what was up ho said Zeb Whito thar aint any question about Providenco bciu in Tennessee same as the rest of tho kentry but sho aint in the coon bizuess an Ill bet on it Shes got heaps o biggor things to see to an yor olo woman will only waste hor broatb It seomed that way to me too but when she cum back I didut say a word to discourago her Sho looked happier than when sho went away an that night she woko up artor wed bin asleep two hours to ax how much monoy 20 coonskins would bring iu at 00 cents each I Jiggered it out fur her an sho chuckled an went to sleep agin Next znawnin I was feeliu a lectio better an she advised mo to take my gun nn look fur coons I went up to tho hill an tramped around fur six hours but thar was no sign of coous When I got homo sho seemed a bit disappointed but urter a bit she soz Â¬ Never mind Zeb mobbo Providenco was busy an didnt har mo yis go up the hill an put a terday an leetlo mo power in my voice Could yo skin 20 coons in a day if yo had em Ill r t was left over it wouldut hurt Want all big coons Waal if Providenco is to send 20 coons they might as well all be big ones as the cost wont bo any mo to her Tho small ouea kin bo saved over to another seznn Sho went up tho hill agin said Zeb an I heard her voice good an strong this time I wanted to sorter wink at her but sho seemed so aituest I didnt want to hurt her feollus Sho talked in her sleep that night an I beard her flggcriu over an over agin how much 20 prime pelts would cum to at 00 cents apiece It was winter with snow on the ground but noxt mawuia the weather was soft with a look o rain I wasnt goiu to stir out but arter awhile the olo woman soz to mo Zeb I reckon yod better go hut yo neednt take yor gun along Jest slosh around an see if suuthiu dont happen befo hoom How kin anything happen if I doai hey wy gtm alowr Id try powerful hard but if sum iiia fAZZGu The Surpriteof All Mr Jami s Jont s of the drug llwn of Jones Son Cowden III in p akiiig of Dr Kings New Discovery wub hat last winter his wife wfs attacked with la Gripp and her case grew bo serious that physicians at Cowden and laua could do nothing for her It seemed to develop Having Dr into Hasty Cot Bumption Kings New Discovery in soie and sell- Â¬ ing lots of It he took a bottle home and to the surprise of all sho begun to g t better from first dose and half dozen Mr Ward f Smith of Pr derickslown dollar bottles cured her aotind and well Mo was troubled withchronicdlurrhofa Dr Kings New Dscovery for Consump- Â¬ or over thirty years He had become tion Coughs and Colds is guaranteed to fully satisfied that it was only a qupslion do lliis good work Try it Free trial of a short time until lie would have to Lottie at A It Fishers Drug Store gve np He had been treated by some oHhebst physicians in Europn and Home Remedle America but got no permanent relief When my wifo gets a cold I can One day ho picked up a newspaper and euro it in a day What do you giyo her chanced to read an advertisement of Nothing I simply say that if sho Is Chamberlains Colic Cholera and DiarÂ¬ rhoea Itntnt dv He got a bottle of it well by night I will take her to the theater Chicago ItKiord the first dose htdped him and Its con tlnnwu cured him For a lie by A To Ciara CMHtlsatUMi Vww K Cloverport and B A Shell OwtdOattanlA W or Ma TfcJ4lfu our 4ruaalkU iwfuad aoo maUrWbpnenaport Jl a q fll to IrovKlenco wus in it Uo yo tiuutc it was yorfcelf Do you I asked Im jest divided about it ho said as ho scratched his head and gazed into tho fire Tharwnsnt nny coous about till I found them 10 The olo woman had played fur cm an thar thoy was Looked liko her prayers was answered didnt it It surely did But ou tother hand Hi Thompson Ben WllliamB Abo Davis an n heap mo went hum an went to pray hi fur coous uu possum an bars uu they got their wives an duughtcrs to help cm Sum prayed fur 20 coons in a dead treo nn sum fur U0 iu a holler log Tho nows spread nil nil along this yero mounting folks was prayin fur bacon conmeal mnwlti chickens whisky tcrbacker an green bucks Fur two weeks mobt o em didut do nuthiu but pray an wait And what camo of it Jost nuthiu sah nuthin tall Not a blamed critter even gotn woodchucks ail in answer to his pruycrH nn thats what makes mo doubt If Provideuce answered iu ono case why didut sho in the others If she sent mo 10 coons whydidut sho send Hi Thompson two bars an a potsum Zeb White said his wifo ns sho suddenly appeared iu tho kitchen door was yo uus tulkin bout Provideuce an them 10 coous Yes mummy Wuul then yo shot We got the coous an Providonco sent cm nn any body uh doubts it kin go out an sleep ou a brush beap an chuw roots fur break fast And wo winked at each other and M Quad shet The Btory went over the senate chamber and eery body but VoorheeB laughed about it fur a long time One morning Mr David who w as very irritable at timeB entered the senate and every one saw that he was n fll d up the weather be it gvery dhanreeable I was s ttlt g at my place and he culled to me and said There se ms to be a great amount o noise in here I wish you would rt store qlite I looked at the gall rles and ta that every thing was oidirly up there aud told him that the noise was mad Mr Davi by the eenatois themselves Yes I guess that is so Then said looking down to where Vo r iees aud Garlaud and some others weie talking ho said It does teem queer that men who are elected to such high offi e have Then not enough manners to be quiet he added I wish you would go down and tell Voorhees that I am glid hit fellow spit in his hat I went d jwh aud told Voorhees so that all heaid it Voor hees flnw into a rage His eyes 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Suteirs are indispensiblc they keep the Misses Bollo McCann and Fannie Mc Luuches from 10 to 50 cents at City pleasure Kaughn Bpent Sunday In town is tho boat remedy that I know system in perfect order and are Waltor May returned to Louisville Bakery of for Smith English was tho gurst of Miss Try a sack of Obelisk Ibur in your next Sunday to resume his position with tho Katie Crawford last Sunday a week Golden Rule order Sulzsrs Mr M Blaln left Sunday for Louis Marlon Lalleifit of Henderson was in for sick headache indigestion Will Moorman of Glendeane was in town Monday investigating Uhaptn Son ville From there he will go to Florida malaria town Monday torpid liver constipa- Â¬ Hanning distillery Mrs Taylor Hanks was the guest of Leave orders for Lousvllle Dispatch Rov J K CHASE relatives in Union Star Saturday and tion and all bilious diseases Misses Alice Mattingly and Ella Pop South Hampton N H atJClty Bakery ham spent Saturday and Sunday in Sunday Mrs Peters entertained the Alter Soci Â¬ IIALr SIZQ BOTTLES 50c Hawesvllle with friends Rev Winchell held services at the ety last Thursday Miss Drue Gregory who was quite sick Baptist church Saturday and Sunday plaining of losing sheep by dogs and we Louis Warren refused 05 last week from congestive Breckenridge News chills Friday and Sunday There was a large crowd out to hear are happy to state that ths worst dog in for 10 head of sheep Years ago when W L Douglass was htm was very much better yesterday the neighborhood was killed last Friday If you want good seed oats call on struggling along as a poor shoe maker at his 16 1898 Mrs Emma Weisenburg Cloverport morning He not only killed sheep but WEDEN8DAY FEBRUARY William Lyonp Jr and Miss Dora Stader Whitehead Pile daughter of W II Pile Constan Â¬ was the guest of her parents Sunday would feast on ground hogs as well bench ho conceived tho idea that if modern The City Bakery can supply you with tino were married at the residence of Misses Eflie and Sallie Swaggot accomHeres thanks to Mr Worland Carter machinery could be cquippedato- turn out a kraut at 10 cents a gallon the brides father Wednesday Feb 0 panied her who killed tho dog good Bhoo at a small cost what a blessing Mrs W E Minor is visiting her daugh Â¬ Rev Galloway performed the ceremony Rev Marston preached here Wednes Â¬ Mr Joe Green Anderson has already it would bo to all mankind Years of hard ter Mrs Long at Frankfort Mr Lyons is a brother of Mr Jonas day night and delivered two lectures bought the material for a new residence toiling have crowned his efforts to day ho 5 vm Subscribe for dally and weekly Dis Lyons Irvington Thursday aud Friday nights on the Holy and will erect it on tho old homestead is placing on tho market an honest made patch at the City Bakery Lands which were quite interesting Following is the grand jury for tho site This makes the fourth new The Way of It 1 shoo mado from the best of leather care- Northorn seed black and white oats present term of Court W L Matthews Tho many friends and relatives of Mrs house that will bo built within a mile of foreman Len A Cart Julo B Jackson D C Wright nee Josle Brashear are Gusto n and of course adds to the general for sale by Stader and Whitehead ully made by export workmen and backed up by iliousaEtls of Frini Atlanta Constitution pleased to hear she is gaining her health prosperity of this vicinity Miss Nannie Brashear will leave Fri Â¬ Sam Parsons Gus Gibson Jas Warren Wants the office dollars of advertising W A Kasey W G Bandy Pone Oliver In the Sunny South the land of flowers Cash an sich day for West Point to make a visit Joe Ashcraft one of our most brilliant Vote for me Luther Clemmons Win P Carman and and promising young men left last Sat- Â¬ Julo Brashear bridge superintendent Ill make yon rich lN Henry Waggoner AFFECTS EVERY ORGAN urday to attend law school at Valparaiso of the Texas was in town Monday Rov J F Winchell Missionary Bap- Â¬ Gets the office Ind He Is made of the right kind of William 0 Herr of Louisville spent tist Evangelist Awful poor Could a man spend And its a guarantee that it is all ricrlit stationed in Rockport Does That Moat Dreadful of Diseases material in every respect and heres Enters it and Sunday with Mr James B Pace Jr and Rev Z Ferrell of Hawesvllle be- Â¬ j thousands of dollars advertising a shoe predicting his euecess Joe is a brother if it was not all right Locks the door Chronic Catarrh Mrs Jennie Lusk of Memphis Is vis gan a meeting over in Toblnsport last to W D Ashcraft our county school Then when you want a good shoe come mid see our line iting her parents Mr and Mrs J E Wednesday night Early seed potatoes Suzers Congregations are a superintendent Over half of the peoplo have catarrh All were out for Hardinsburg Monday Keith good and great interest Is being mani- Â¬ Miss Maude Adkisson makes two trips some form or other and yet probably Mr J B Christ and family have mov- Â¬ fested There have been nine additions in 0 E Lfghtfoot went to Louisville last per week to Irvlngon where she has a ed from Addison to Rock Haven their and the meeting will probably continue not a tenth of these people know that week music class She steps aboard her train is catarrh On their disease petson throughout this week Judge Sklllmnn went to Hardinsburg future home says he has Brights disease another with the air of a commercial traveler You heard nobody crying hard times Monday and her manner seems to say I am go liver complaint another consumption Made in extra heavy medium and light weights In Hardinsburg last Monday but the de100 Howard 100 Genuine maple syrup in pint cane another female complaint These peo- ing down the road on some business and feated politicians Strong durable using ODly tho best of material She attained her The readers of this paper will be pleased ple would be very much surprised to will be back soon Sulzers When you come to Hardinsburg call to learn that there is at least one dread- Â¬ they aro high standards of excellency of tho shoe Â¬ Miss Etta Polk of Sklllman is visiting hear that they were all musical education in the south and by on J W Miller the Jeweler All work ed disease that science has been able to makers art Try a pair suffering with chronic the way she is a splendid teacher Mies Ella May guaranteed On last Sunday the following guests cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh catarrh but it is so B Osborne of Rhodella was in Mr J Thos Bandy Union Star wa the Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive nevertheless Each wero honored by partaking of one of the the city Friday dinners guest of his sister Mrs E A Kissam at cure known to tho medical fraternity one of these troubles most palatable and Just opened a new barrel of Heinzes the Heyser House yesterday Catarrh being a constitutional disease and a great many more that man ever ate at the hospitable home Kraut Sulzers of Mr and Mrs George J Neff Mr II treatment Miss Lula Ashcraft Irvington and Mr requires a constitutional are simply catarrh Mr E L Olark of Cannelton went to Rico Carlton Rosetta are the guests of Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally L Bell and wife Mrs Nannie Robertson is chronic Inflam that Louisville Monday acting directly on the blood and mucous Mr Dave Culley this week fl ufcrt lift mation of the mucous and family Mr George Neafus and fam Â¬ surfaces of the system thereby destroy- Â¬ f Ti9 Clarence Baker of Hawesvllle was in lining of whichever or ily and Miss Katie Smith Mies Florence Lewis went to Hardins- Â¬ ing tho foundation of the disease and gan is aff cted Any internal remedy the city Sunday burg Sunday She will spend a week Dover N H Oct 31 1800 Mrs Frank Seifried has been quite with her sister Mrs William Mattingly giving the patient strength by building that will cure catarrh in one location X up tiie constitution and assisting naturo will cure it in any other location This Messrs Ely Bros The Balm reached sick for several days Â¬ A patent medicine man sold in Har- in doing its work The proprietors have is why Peruna has become so justly fa- Â¬ me safely and in so short a tlmo the ef- Â¬ Yesterday gave a slight imitation 0 dinsburg last Monday 180 worth of fect is surprising My son says the first bo much faith in its curative powers mous in the cure of catarrhal diseases what March will do for us medicine Times are surely getting that they offer One Hundred Dollars for It cures catarrh wherever located Its application gaye decided relief I have Major Barry went to Brandenburg better To- Â¬ any case that it falls to cure Send for cures remain does not palli- Â¬ a shelf filled with catarrh Cures Monday to remain a week Mr Pophams music box will be lists of testimonials morrow the stove shall receive them and ate it cures Mrs John Weisenberg and children moved over to Mattinglys Hall Tuesday Address FJ CHENEY Co Toledo O Dr Hartman has recently compiled Elys Cream Balm will reign surpreme night to furnish the music for the oc- Â¬ l Sold by Druggists 75c Bpent Sunday at Stephensport into book form several of his lectures on Respectfully Mrs Franklin Freeman 1 1S9S Cream Balm is kept by all druggists Cloverport lawyers are attending Cir- Â¬ casion chronic catarrh which he has delivered MrBNancy 0 Berry of Beaver Dam cuit Court this week in Hardinsburg at different times at the Surgical Hotel Full size 50c Trial size 10 cents We Boyd Babbage mail it A good and Thorough teachers course and business Charlie Boliler has been confined to and Mrs Mattie Williamson of Hen The principaljsociety function coming This book is called Winter Catarrh ELY BROS 50 Warren St N Y Courses practical and thorough Teach- Â¬ department his bed over a week with throat trouble nerson are visiting Mr and Mrs R S off iu this city this week will be tho and will be sent free of charge on appli- Â¬ Drug Manufactur City ers well trained and experienced Location pleasant marriage of Miss Katie Lee Bruce Boyd cation to The Charlie Corleyd condition remains Berry expenses low Tuition in prepatory course according There was a large crowd at the Adki to Mr Charles Fierce Babbage at the ing Company Columbus Ohio about the same only improving at times GLENDEANE to advancement 300 per month in advanced courses Everything sold home of the brides parents Mr and Miss Maud Doran a Big Spring belle son sale last week GUSTON Board in private families i 00 to 250 For Further brought good prices especially the cat- Â¬ Mrs Alexander Boyd The wedding will is the guest of Mr and Mrs W 0 Allen information address tle sheep and hogs Mr Billy Mattinglys baby is quite take place this afternoon at 3 oclock John T Ditto of Decatur Ills will Edward Gregory Cloverports artist Rev T V Joiner pastor of the Elm Mr Harrison Cain is very ill at his sick A C BURTON Pr sident visit his sister Mrs J D Babbage this drafted a most unique valentine and Mr Street Methodist etiurch will perform home near Ekron Jack Howard will move to Fordsville week or F E HARESY Vice Pres Marion Weatherholt assistant the ceremony The attendants are Dr Mr Richard Wade our drummer friend this week Miss Mary Ryan went to Louisville was the recipient A A Simons and Miss Alliene Mur was here last Tuesday Dick is an all Mrs Joe Howard Rock Vale visited Sunday morning and returned that Shelly Triplett has 70 acres of corn ray of this city The bridal party will round good fellow here Saturday night ground broken The weather permit- Â¬ leave on the 5 oclock train for Louis- Â¬ Mr Jesse Hardaway and family of Popular Dick Wade was hero last week Mr John Hatchet of Zlon was tho ting he will have 100 acres ready for ville where they will bo entertained by near Big Spring were visiting friends with his line of shoes Good guest of Mr and Mrs C V Moorman planting this week Mr W S Miller manager of the Wil and relatives here last Wednesday in Texaa home and now a medical Yci am a free Taylor Mattingly of West View was School of IMedicine silver man home my Texas last fall one I amago and I think student I at the Kentucky last week lard Hotel They then go to Washing In Heft my year Mr D Severs claim agent for the that was the most in Mrs Judson Willett of Buck Grove Is visiting here Sunday stutterer in the world I came to Dr G W Randolphs Voice School at aij loplar street veterate Miss Misses Eflle and Sallie Swaggot spent Texas located at Henderson was in ton New York and Philadelphia Memphis Tcnn and am proud to say that he put me to talkuiir as well as anyone the first day and I seriously ill at this writing Feb 12th Mrs Johnnie Mattingly spent Sunday have not stuttered one time since and I advise all stutterers to go to see him at once lie Is at the Cap Â¬ a most enjoyable Sunday with friends at town Sunday Mr Severs will in all Boyd is an elegant rt fined and cultured ital Hotel Kast Market street Louisville Ky where he has a voice school or you can go to his voice with Mrs J O Mattingly young lady Mr Babbage is one of Clo but there is hope of her recovery Btepuensport school in Memphis Tenn or Macon Ga He has tine voile trainers at either place andwill guarantee probability move to this city stutterer in from weeks Little Hobart Miles tbe son of Mr do to cure who may boys and a self made young verports Deslie Brack Falls of Rough called on read thisthe most inveterate or his partners in one to two or MaconI Ua hope that all sufferers ol inquiry The river left a large number of fish in I will answer letters Memphis will go to see him D 0 Still of Union Star was in town if you Incloea stamp Respectfully man He is associated with the Ameri- Â¬ Hay dt n Miles of Buck Grove died last Miss Hattle Brown Sunday EUGENE LKDI1KTTEK Â¬ the sloughs above town and many peo- yesterday Mr Stiff was here wind can Grocery Campany of Louisville and Thursday the 10th He was sick only a ple have cecured all they wanted John Deane will bow twenty or more bound with COO popular logs He was is one of its incorporators He has been short time acres in stock peas this year Mr and Mrs Jess Weatherholt left taking them to Evansville market Will Wright Jr leaves this week for fairly successful in his business Of Mrs Jim Payne Harned is visiting Sunday for MuldraUgh where they will To have seen tho constant Btream of course they have the beet wishes of the Texas He expects to stop with his sis- Â¬ her sister Mrs Joe Mattingly be with relatives for several days money going in and out of the Bank of News for a happy and successful life ter who married Robert Hendrick both William Overby and Miss Lucille Ster Hardinsburg last Monday ought to be a Miss L Duncan of Short Creek is formerly of this county ett of Hawesvllle were in the city Fri- Â¬ convincing fact that there is no scarcity teaching a spring school at Rock Vale Mr Richard Willett of Hill Grove A Short Sad Story day the guests of the Misses Bowmer of money in this county Mrs Charley Fisher returned Satur- Â¬ has been confined to his bed for the past A Cold Miss Pearl Lawson wiio after a mos There were in the neighborhood of 500 few weeks Mr Willett is the oldest day from a visit of several days at The oldest and best produce house in Louisville Neglect pleacant visit to Mies May me Dellaven letters dropped in the post office Monday citizen of this neighborhood He is 80 Irvington Pneumonia has returned to her home in Hawesvllle and COO one cent stamps sold Saturday Prompt to remit and return empties years of age Little Katie Mueselman of Irvington Grief Mrs Lucius Chapin and little son and Monday This givesa close estimate was here a day or two last week with Wc solicit tho shipments of all country Merchants Frank Board leaves this week for Had Foleys Honey and Tar been used Wilburn of Hltes Run visited her sister of the number of valentines Bold in this this story would have bad a happier end Â¬ Omaha Nebraska on a short stay her father Mrs William Sahlie a few days laatNy Telephone 9 Styles Howard and Jesse Moorman 327 Second Street LOUISVILLE KY ing A R Fisher Cloverport R A Frank only purchased one ticket going week KTfae death of Mr Eli Garrett an honor Shellman Stephensport west but Madam Rumor says probably went to Fqrdsvllle Saturday to visit Gordon Mr Reuben Rowland who has been able and respected old citizen of this Haynes Patesvllle E A Witt Hardins Â¬ Frank will purchase two tickets coming relatives Â¬ with his brother dipt J II Rowland town occured on Tuesday of last week burg home The Deane Tie Company recently again Juet in time to keep him from go will leave to morrow for his home in His illness was of a short duration and I notice that jack rabbits are to be made a big sale of ties to tbe Nickel ing a fishing unexpected He was in the eighties and Paducah A Shooting Tournament Jim Alexander colored who moved brought to this state for propagation and Plato road came here from Tennessee Miss Maggie Carter left Sunday for to Glendeane last fall has returned to if they are as bad about barking apple Ten of the best trap shots in Hancock Dunk Powell has bought Tom Loyds Mrs Z II Shelly and old landmark county Irvington her home She had been a hereby challenge ten of the best trees as our home rabbits are not only farm near town and has moved out of Hardinsburg where he works for the residing in Hawesvllle died Euuday of ABOUT visitor for a week to relatives and friends Lake Hotel Breckenridge at ten live birds each the first jack rabbit that is brought to Glendeane Her death was caused from asthma according to tne in this city Milt Matheney hurt his foot sometime latest rules contest to this state should be shot but also the Dr Dempster wife and little daugh- Â¬ Mrs Shelly was an estlmlable and con II V Harris superintendent of the Bcientious christian woman and beloved be made at Cloverport Conditions and man that imports them ter Nellie spent several days in Louis- Â¬ ago probably breaking a bone but he and ail arrangements to be made at Clo- Â¬ keeps going though he says it hurts Mr Ansel Carden of near this place ville last week Breckenridge Company Limited with by all of that community verport Conditions and all arrangments was suddenly summoned last week to more now than at any previous time headquarters in LoulsvllIewaa in the No Literary next Friday waiting to Mr and Mrs Edward Floether of Lou- Â¬ 0 be made not later than February 20 Ohio county to attend the bedside of his celebrate Washingtons birthday on tl e Deputy Sheriff Herbert Beard was city Thursday isville will arrive to day to attend the Let those interested call on or address dying sister Mrs Pettie who lived near here serving papers on the men and was in town last week Babbage Boyd Tuesday following J L Frankel nuptials Mr Floether showering smiles upon the girls last Fordsville She died on the morning of and left for Louisville Sunday He is is manager of the American Grocery W S Sterrett Mitchell Hotel The D O Moormans father and son Thursday afternoon and Friday morn- Â¬ Feb 10th favorably impressed with tiie outlook for Company and is quite popular with were on the sick list last week but both hia ing Several of our farmers have been com- - are about well at this writirg the spring trade River News employees Positively the most enjoyabje gather Â¬ Prices Floating Opsra pawed by here The receding of the Ohio demolished Joe Mattingly went to Evansville last ing of the season was at V It Moo- Â¬ The ladies of St Rose Catholic church Saturday and it wont be mauy more the sidewalk in front of Gregory Cos week and contracted for a now engine rmans last Friday night when a number days until the sound of that familiar had a coffee social last Thursday evening warehouse for Mattinglys saw mill at the home of Mrs William Peters of the young people come in and played calliope will be heard Str E G Ragon put off 1000 bushels The evening was in every particular a Miss Cilia Owen returned to her home till tho wee sma hours Scott Morton and Luther J his son pleasant one White Â¬ and all went away with of corn consigned to Stader in Hardin county last week after several The Etna Life Insurance Co one cf came up from Owensboro where they happy countenances head Saturday On the outskirts of the weeks spent in visiting here the best doing business in Kentucky have been looking after land with a view Scotts Emulsion has been the Farmers over in Toblnsport are taking The Knights ol Pythias will celebrate Sidney Owen taught his first schoj sent It G Robertson their agent at ths town of Oloverport Ky of making a purchase standard remedy for nearly a Saturday night in theirlodge rooms it beÂ¬ advantage of the beautiful weather that with complete success has rested a week place a check in full for the payment of Oash rent only Imme Â¬ Tho progressive Cinch Club is an In ing the 35th anniversary has dawned for several days There has quarter of a century Physicians ol Pythianism the policy held in the jlHna by the late readily admit that they obtain re- Â¬ and enters Utopia this morning tereetlng feature of the Mitchell Hotel An elegant been ferried something near 20 tons of diate possession Address repast joined with excellent This shows their Dudley Miller Willie Marshall near Hardinsburg sults from it that they cannotrfcet Many experts from all parts of the city music will greet the members and their hay to this side from any other flesh forming food was here Sunday Miss Lulu Vessels promptness in paying death claims and gather there nightly and engage in the friends on that occasion Str Sunshine went down Monday night I would advise any one who wants in- Â¬ There are many other prepara-Â¬ returned to Hardinsburg with him sport with a pood pas3enger and freight trip surance to see Mr Robertson before in Â¬ Roadmaster Hudson received a loaded tions on the market that pretend Miss Irene Board went up to Hardins Misses Amanda Tate Alma Weather Stra New South and State of Kansas to do what burg Saturday to see her parents who suring as he gives more insurance for holt of Toblnsport and Mary Weather camera abscure this week and will at Â¬ Coal Co passed this port last week loaded with haae fust returned from their Texas the money than you can get in any of holt of Hancock county were visiting tempt to git some correct pictures of his the old line companies and other advan- Â¬ thoroughbred bird dogs If he cant get freight to their guards They refused trip Mr and Mrs Marion Weatherholt last tages that other companies will not A a stand on a wild flock a pet quail to take any at this point Jeff Owen was 111 a part of last week policy holder in the iKtna my self I feel week will bo used for the purpose Messrs Jarvls tobacconist received a When he had nearly recoved he went to that I cannot speak In too hlga terms of Rev J F Winuhell of Rock port came Mr Herman E Flock of Cannelton consignment of 60 empty hogshead Sat- Â¬ does but they fail to perform It the country for a short stay at bis its management I find that my prera over from Toblnsport Saturday enroute urday to Stephensport He held services in was In town Monday talking mattressess The pure Norwegian Cod liver Oil fathers hereby given that at the next regular term of the lumea are growing less and dividends Lewis Waggoner and son went to made into a delightful cream skill Â¬ JlrectenilJge Fiscal Court Miss Lulls Moorman closes her school larger at each payment the Baptist church Sunday morning and and that evenlBg went to Louisville It is the only buig Ky on thejlhdayof to be held at Hardin April iM the said Mr Flock has started up a manufactory Louisville last week toell his crop of fully blended with the Hypophc ia a few days and will likely go to county in the State that has declared In Â¬ Court coutempiates making an order funding to night returning Monday bonded Indebtedness of the It K Tiled District tobacco phltes of Lime and Soda which Bowling Green to attend school this creased dividends each year for twenty which consists of the Hardinsburg- Magisterial It was rumored some weeks ago that employing some seven or eight men and i ltrlct and part 6f the Ports oi Moujhor Slith Gregory A Company shipped ten con Â¬ are such valuable toaks spring Frank Hall one of the tallest and clever Is greatly pleased with the success of the tucceeelve years Magisterial District at a lower rate of latere signments of oil to country merchants makes this preparation an than they the bonds nov draw which Is alx per set firewall on the Texas would short Â¬ business Johnnie MaUIsgly m reatod his cent per annum It Is tbe Intention of said Court last week ideal one and checks the brother Jaas aha far a year Johsmie ly take unto himself a wife Frank says to make all orders and da all acta necessary to fu4 Dr R J Casftldy of Lexington was lu Glad Tidiagi ta Asthma Ssffwrarf aid bonds and for issuing othcri in their Mewl at a wasting tendency ami the solieite awl tUaarvea that Ubatal piM The trayeling public are faking advan thM l bo truth in the Tumor and hes towa Sunday enroute to Hardinsburg Foleys Hoaey and Tar gives quick lower rate of interest tit amount ofssld IntsraMM almost immediate Â¬ asjs tbattfas shop has ever Meaivad patient be determined at the btlor mentioned term at ai4 wry Hat true He sells the wonderful and celebrated tage of the exceedlsgly low rata oflWsd AK and positive relief ia all cases Court ly commeAMs to pet oa By order cf the Flaetl CwrL J II Bones and wife of New York Wilsons World Liniment on the street by the packet eowfuugy to Louisville FWier Jloverportj R A Sh oilman twUtatiag birds Warm fksh and rain a strength tbs plowwaabtnamarry whlatla of and SUpfaemporl Gordon Haynea PaUe arrived yeoUrday or the purpose of giv- Â¬ He oarae ia from Hardinsburg Monday which is 8 80 rottad trip Hardin saurg Ky JtsMtary 6 stl boys last which surprises them ing a abowi but failed to get a ball Hr evening awl said ibis days business was William BrowaTar Fork sold to waak matla a fallow teal like baailac up ville j K A Witt Hardinsburg mm jmi t SCOTTS UutUtm Sm d aW Bouw ia tb only one lgnd acrobat In remarkable disposing of every bottle of Owan Saatoa 17 bmi ol ha Ha will sua aaa Su at wi Uw rayir the world He gave a fraa axhlbltloa at msdieltt ha had Ha will return bar 90 to Ljxristiik Uxlavy wits 40 swad ia BtaMMVtW HWU Wttli OWMMtt strav hat ami tUbajr bJaaaeif up for u dnaaM mi aha MisatWl Hoaaa Mat tya H fcantf4 Ml l jfuUuc ik AtsJii Clty Bakery Cherry pectoral Road Fair ad on first tlflge Field seed all kind SuliirV To those living la Grippe an absolute cure Â¬ Tutts Liver Pills Cheap Shoe Is No Good MSW Local U - Brevities -- i Â¬ EVERY SHOE BEARS HIS NAME 1 Â¬ 2- 250 - 3- 350 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SULZERS Spring Term Opens February Pe-ru-- I Brandenburg Normal l and High School Pe-ru-- post-mast- er 44444444444444l444iM444444M4444 Free Speech Is better Free Silver Is 1 Â¬ H C BRUNER SON Commission Merchant To Lease 22 ACRES OF Good General Debility and Loss of Flesh Farming Land Breckenridge Cannel EMULSION SCOTTS Louisville Ky NOTICE Â¬ m 6 Breckenridge News THR BJaKOKElMRUDQEl NElWS OUOVEIRORT KY r r 10 or 12 hours fermentation begins and Death of a Known Well Physician HOTFOR EVERYTHING It Is then cousidered no good except MOLECULES OF NEWS Dr It O Pulllam died at hla resi- Â¬ by old and ravenous topers The culti- Â¬ But if you have kidney liver or blad Â¬ dence Loitcbfleld ICy Feb 2 1808 WKDNB3DAY FEBRUARY 10 1898 ADOJT vation of this plant is considered very ATOMS OF INFORMATION der trouble you will find Swamp Root He was born Nov 11 1834 near Ml PERSONS AND THINGS profitable as each plant is supposed to JuBt the reintdy you need Peoplo are Zlon church Breekenridge county Ky yield a revenue of from 10 to 18 tim Â¬ Dlatrlbvtton of iSceda not apt to get anxious about their health Ho was happily married Jan 1G 1801 ing its life of about 12 years People Current Events of the Weak Systematlo If you are not quite to Mies Mary L Heston of Hardinsbuiy WtlTTIK TO TMB CllltDRIN BY fr M SMITH nllj Collected From Pur to Day In tha soon enouub from the state do not as a rule take have you ever Ky He graduated in medicine at Louls How wit the pln our Malteri plan Briefest Fortaa and Iteserred For Tbla well or lia f sick kindly to Pulque notwithstanding ita To scatter seeds abroad I Column thought that your kidneys may be the vlllo Medical College March 1872 pro Â¬ great medicinal properties The averago fessed religion and united with the No being- could how such wondrous iVIM cause of our seknrw Saturday American doesnt want to drink what a Excet an alt wise Cod by setting aside your Methodist Episcopal church South at It is tasy to tell Osman Pasha uncle of tho khcdlvo Mexican has sucked up u The giant oak the mignonette urine for twentyfour hours a sediment tho age of 10 Rrother Pulllam powera d ot Egypt la dead fftna barter and the Tare The porleis of Mexico are a 8 urce of The ocean weed and prarle flower or eettlit g indicates an unhealthy condi a strong cool calculating mind that Tho Hoyt building In Cleveland O never ceasing wondor to me Upon our Alike receive Ilia care was destroyed by Are tion of the kldnejs When urinu stains onabled him to meet tho Issues of life arrival In Jalapa I was told that the on- Â¬ Three counterfeiters were arrested linen it is evidence of kidney trouble whether in sickness or In health In that 4 each its Vlnd may reproduce That ly way to get our trunks to the hotel And eyer multiply In West Superior Wis bofriqnetit dtslie to uriiHtr rcanty quiet business way that Is always pro- Â¬ was to have them transported on the He plana a war Ita seeds may apread Brazil has ordered 20 locomotives supply paiu or dul ache in the back Is ductive of good results He was a man back of the peon porters There are no To apronl and fructify from the United States also convincing proof that the kidneys of decided convictions and of singular The bIsmlneor vehicles in Jalapa and tho distance from sweetnefB of disposition pot sees ng hla At Ironwood Mich two men wero and badiler lit ed doctoring Whoae poda Id agitate the station to the hotel is a mile oyer killed in a mine by a powder explosion Expand with force to aend abroad There is satisfaction in knowing that faults to be sure but under tho most streets so hilly that the street car is Their aeed in numbere grea t Eighteen dead bodies have been tak Â¬ the great renitdy Dr Kilmers Swamp trying circumstances He poesersed a pulled by six mules With these facts en from the ruins of the Pittsburg fire The dandelion her golden face Root fulfills every with in relieving weak remarkable degreo of energy in every Â¬ in my possession I did not believe that ta only aeen by day In Gate CityVa Miss Molllo Vincent or diseased kidneys and all forms of blad Â¬ thing he undertook often ovortaxlrg his For ear the dew should damp the down a poter could carry a trunk weighing 14 Bdot her lover Taylor Wlatt and thon der and urinary ttoublen Not only does strergth Ho was a physician of long That wafts her aeedi away lbs over tho road and the distance suicided The friendly burdock lends her seed a Swamp Root give now life and activity experience he honored the profession However the trunks wore at tho hotel Iter DoBruln ex chaplaln of tho to the kidney the cause of troubh but and made many friends who will not To each that pai see by within 20 minutes after our arrival there Ohio penitentiary died suddenly at his And hooka her callcea to drop by treating the klnj8 It acts as a tonic ceaM to honor his memory He fell a Beneath another aky A few days later I saw one of theso men home In Columbus If you need victim to paralysis while in the active for tho entire constitution carrying a cask of queensware along the Mrs Ida J Snlpel was fatally shot Juat helianthus luma her face a medicine you should have the best discharge of his professional duties to street on the head of which was marked by her divorced husband who then To greet the rising aun I Sold by drugKists pric 4 fifty cents and tho sick ho lived a short time after he With ateadfaatgaae Imbibes hla raya hot himself In Council Bluffs la 150 kilos a kilo is 2 1 5 lbs so the fellow was stritken down with paralysis but Until his fee is run In tho English parliament Mr Davltt one dollar or by mentioning the I3iieck never able to speak was conveying 310 lbs But the crownso as to be under- Â¬ At silent night returns to And News and sndlg vour address took exception to Mr Curzons re- Â¬ bnridok ing surprise came when on leaving Jalapa That many seeds have flown marks about the wearing of handcuffs to Dr Kilmer to Kit g mutton N Y stood by any one Doctor possessed Induced by winda their eel It foraake one porter carried two of our big Sarato Â¬ Ho was you may have a sample bottle of this many noble traits of character Friday For earth to claim her own ga trunks from the hotel to the It R General Jones United States consul great dscovery sent to you free by very sympathetic was tender hearted station at once Their loads are carried The maple yieldaher leathry seeda loved and enjoyed his friends aud had a at Chln KIang Is dead mall Which twirl thetr downward flight by a broad leather strap which passes word for everyone he met his friends Buckeye Press association held their Aa If to reek a fertile soil around the forehead so all the weight if annual meeting at Columbus O FALLS OF ROUGH were many Doctor was a true Method And far from home alight borne by the neck At Jalapa the 1st held his membership at Leitchlteld The pansy meek try color set Senator Hansborough has introduced street cars drawn by six mules connect a bill to enlarge the Yellow Stone park Wlthurptc yellow and blue during the past year did not attend Dr Dt mhter whs here l8t wt ek Attracts ihe florists searching eye with all tho Incoming and out going church on the account of his ifll ctiona Ex Mlnlster Dun may undertake to And bids him stoop to view MlssCila HarKontiuueB vry ill trains otherwise they do not run raise a large loan In tho United States ho regretcd very much that he could not Mrs Charlie Grots iaeotuo better To spread abroad its germs save When you want to go anywhere you can for Japan enjoy church prlvilrges Doctor Pul Its aeed are thus conaignrd walk or stay whero you are There is Mits Annie Iliad is expecttd home llam was very able in prays and alwajs General Booth commander-in-chie- f To germinate to fructify neither carriage nor buggy in the town ot the Salvation army called on Pres Â¬ soon prayed when called upon many will And deck another clime Goods and merchandise of every de ident McKInlcy On noiseless wings as calm aa death Mr Leslie Uink nentlo Shoit Ureek remember his earnest fervent pi ay era Enwrapt in a fcathry ahroud At Columbus O Frank Shaw ex Sunday srlpion is carrh d on the backs of men He waa a kind husband a devoted And like the flake of anow that quits convict Is suspected of murdering Ze and burros Joo Jones nitsagtuet of R ibt Cham father ho loved his family and when it And floats in case away Irom its cloud From Jalapa wo took a trip into the dlc Kahler whoso watch he pawned bliss Sunday was evident the mist of death was thick Â¬ The willow seed it borne away Princess Kalulanl of Hawaii Is to hot lauds where are grown coffee and ening about him tho family watched to Uy every pasting gale 111 Mrp John Hughts has been quiet marry Prince David Kawanakoa A new rail road is under bananas see if he would speak to them and just Oer hill and plain it wanders on Miss Frances E Wlllard who has been ery compound as beyond all question the James Mingle who murdered an In- Â¬ but Is some b Iter construction from Jalapa to Cordova and To find some lonely dale beforo he passed away ho seemed to bo attending fant was hanged in Springfield Ills the worlds convention of the ono remedy that can be depended on to A Miss Duncan is ti aching a spring listening The squirting cumcumber to spread it waa on this road wo made the trip to the melody of the upper persons William C Cattell president of La school at Rock Vale Her itedi to germinate WOTU says that better health for renew the vitality of feeblePaines celery passing through thousands of acres of Sanctuary as it came floating down to women is to day Thissettle confidence in Allows her fruit when seeds mature fayetto collego In Philadelphia Is dead a more urgent matter John Deal e of Gltndeaue was a guest cheer his departing spirit home He coflee and banana groves aud crossing With elastic force dilate compound is not a hearsay belief but A group of monopolists are about to of Col Green last Sunday than womans suflrago old paved roads that antedate any re- Â¬ has fallen asleep we believe in Jesup monopolize tho coffee output of Brazil The dogwood decks the hills and vales She says What women at present resta in nearly every case on personal cords of the history of Mexico Mrs Mercer and Miss Wlngate called gone home and is at the beautiful gate- Â¬ These With flowers aturlng gay Fifty Australian miners arrived In most need Is a better supply of red cor- Â¬ uso or acquaintance with men or women roads are supposed to have been built by Conceals its seed with crimson fault way waiting and watching for the loved who havo been restored to useful health San Francisco en routo to the Klon- Â¬ to tee Mrs Groes Saturday puscles For birds to bear away Cortez but on this subject history is si Mrs D O Moorman and little son ones coming on May Gods richest dike The poplar grand or tuliptree From every section of the country by no otbei means The rapid change lent Elliot were guests of Mrs Peyton blessings attend sister Pulllam in her Thursday Defies the blast with ease from Maine to California come woll at Â¬ for the better in color flesh and expres- Â¬ Oranges can be bought In the market MIsEes Ntcie Tuttle and Vanna Over- Â¬ loneliness and may she live ih anticipa- Â¬ State Senator Handy of Delaware is And yet will yield her seeds but few tested reports of women bloodies dys- Â¬ sion of the face is so unmistakable that of Jalapa at 3 cents per dozen and other dead To the mildest evening breeze ton were guests at Mr Karls last week tion of a reunion with her husband in peptic nervous seriously run down and repair of the wasted tissues might well products of the soil at the same scale of Tollgato raiders are at work In In- Â¬ hi called a renewal of life MIbs I Pile Stone and little slater heaven and may the eight children and in many cases bo wetk as to be n prices Splendid large pine apples can diana The process by which Paines celery Ruby went to Glendcaue shopping last two grand children and son in laws and who have been enabled to resume be had at 8j cents each and the best An effort is being made to form a week sister and relatives all meet in heaven their places in the family circle and in compound is able to build up health in peaberry cotlee I am told can be bought pig Iron trust After Jttuenud Morris Lake of Hardiusburg the approplate funeral services hold at social life healthy ruddy well cured the rundown body Is not hard to under Â¬ for 18 cents per pound When you take General Booth of London opened the home of the deceased in the presence women by the aid of that reat blood stand when one oba rves how surely it were vislth g relatives in the neighbor Into consideration the fact that these United States senate with prayer of a largo and weeplngcongregatlon from maker and health maker Paines celery disposes the bowels to act regulaily how Captain Benjamin II Wagner 70 ex hoc d last week prices are in Mexican money which is the text Rev 14 13 His remains were compound it increases the capacity to take and as Â¬ Mr GeorgH Hail delivered his crop of state senator Is dead in Tyndale S D very considerably less than half the val similate food and regulates the nerve all then tenderly laid to rest in the Thomas Mrs W E Ward is one of these fortu- Â¬ Wl itesvillp Davieffl county burying Sausagemaker Luetgert ground to wait the resurrection nate women whom Vividly Described by a Promi- ue of U S money things look low AtÂ¬ still Insists that he did not ot Chicago tobacco atprice Paines celery c im over the body murder his for a good the same time the price of anything im of the just G F Cundiff P C The heavy alarming pain in the back pound has saved from an ailing unhappy ported from the States makes your eyes wife nent Citizen of Brecken- Â¬ Lttle MIbs Mary Storms entertained and loins disappears the growing pale- Â¬ Â¬ invalid condition as her letter shows Tho next League of American Wheelbulge Wishing a bottle of Worcester Â¬ Snap Shots h r little Iriends with a candy pulling ness and loss of fl sh is stopped and a 213 Michigan Ave Mason City Ta 1 shire sauce made by Lee ridge County Perrin 1 men meeting will be held in Provi- Â¬ one nljiht last wetk bright buoyant feeling gradually takes Blaine had his Mulligan letter Sack Sept 12 1897 dence immediately lost my appetite for it the place of that unending sense of tire Merchaut Cooper of Rock Vale hrs ville West his Murchlson letter and De Wells de Richardson Co Mayor Harrison of Chicago says the when I was naked 225 for a bottle My greatest trouble and depression Gentlemen Lexow committee had its report a rat trap that will catch aud hold six Lome his Canalejas epistle all of which which contained one fourth of a pint proves that history repeats itself fuh grown rats at a clip Paines celery compound is the exact be- Â¬ seemed to be a general weeknesa and all made Kentucky Whisky Regarded by Mexcan The price in tho States is I think 15 gan out before the Investigation A little child whoso name I did not In the event of a war with Spain Keu- - over tired feeling I am GO years of age remedy for that large claesol feeble thin cents I have paid 75 cents a pound for Custom Officials as Necessary Wednesday learn died last week from irjuries re- Â¬ tuckians will be handicapped in the fight and X did not expect to be ever strong blooded often hysterical persons whose crackers manufactured In the United Paul KrugerhaB been re elected pres ceived from falling over a fence Wearing Apparel for gory They are all colonels now again but I used four bottles of Painos greatest need is a thorough refurnishing States These prices form an object les- Â¬ ident ot the South African republic Since the train robbing Industry has Celery compound and was greatly of their blood with the red corpuscles Mis Pnjton Mrs Stormp Mrs Groes son to free silver howles which I think Russia no longer supports Prince and my cough seemed upon which health and happiness in are tialulng the children prepaiatory to declined the Adams Express Company strengthening should be effective I have found no George of Greece for governor of Crete giving a concert in tht near future for is able to pay 12000100 in dividends better so that I stopped using the remedy such large measure depends free silver Americans living in Mexico Pulque The National Drink or the GreasThe personal estate of Walter H The extraordinary virtue of Paines and have not since felt the need of any among its stockholders except those who are interested in silver Burns of London Is valued at4 430000 the benefit of the Sunday School ers a Combination of Jim Jams celery compoutid to increase the propor- Â¬ Mrs Stone says she saw two bu- birds The refusal of Major Paty du Clam to further help whatever mines hero or elsewhere Colonel Thomas E Moore has chal- Â¬ tion of red corpuscles in the blood is the Very respectfully yours And Fighting Whisky Gambling is everywhere hero and is lenged Desha Brecklnrldgo to fight a one day last week the first she has no answer questions in the 7ia trial the source of its great power over all blood Mrs E A Ward lictd for lour yeais or since tho winter other day proves that Brother Glam is wide open In Jalapa a Keno joint duel in Kentucky Persons of latge experience among diseases rheumatism neuralgin kidney is in operation every Sunday night to The city council of Victor Colo dis- Â¬ there wts bo many birds fr zn to death making a heroic effort to exemplify the nervous women who as a rule are thin diseases back aclus loss of II sh and appropriateness of his name the mtiBic by the band and is frequented missed the entire police force and ap- Â¬ Chicago Daily Nowa says Among CUSTOMS OF MONTEZAMAS COUNTRY general run down condition by the best people who take their wives pointed new officers Deboes success in landing Barnett and lack blood recommend Paines cel tho beautiful things present at the Presi The Illinois senate concurred In the dents Wednesday night rect ptlon wes would indicate that ai a desperate resort and daughters and all join in tho seducA TRAGIC ACCIDENT tive game I blowedin 10 cents one house joint resolution favoring the an- Â¬ Gen Milts u ilform attended by Gen he used a porus plaster to reinforce his Murdered In n Saloon Metico City Fob 7th 08 Brkcken Sunday night aud then concluded that nexation of Hawaii pull at the White House Miles Hrs William Dell IIants Herself While Grant Ind Feb 14 During a quar- Â¬ Judgo Hazen of Topeka holds that imxiK Nkws The trip from Kentucky Keno was not my game Lotteries both Young Letter the Chicago grain spec- Â¬ Tantalising Her Husband rel In a saloon here John Carrlngton Softly lings the merry bells annoui c bicycle Is a tool and essential to a to New Orleans was wholly uneventful Mlllvillo Ind Feb 11 Tho wifo of shot and killed Wesley Niece He also as State institutions and as money mak Â¬ a ing from nfjr the near approaching day ulator has demonstrated that it is profit Leaving that city early In the morning ing schemes by corporations are in mans profession or occupation and William Bell accidentally killed her Â¬ phot Bayless Niece who will die Tht fClOOO able to raise wheat He that as such It Is exempt from execu- Â¬ when two more livis ill merge into 000 on deposit in a windy has of the -- Oth of December the train full blast Three drawings took place self in a most peculiar manner murderer escaped city bank tion one for Madam Rumor Is gnntly whlt Por many years Bell haB been a help- Â¬ passed through the most fertile part of In this city last week and others are Bced In the contest for tho distinction of Welched Only Three Ounces Tueaday pt ring thi re will bo another wedding the state of Louisiana On each Bide of uUd for this You can have a chance belt g he champion false weather pro Â¬ less Invalid unable to leave his bed St LouIb Fob 14 Mrs Ed Smith Mrs McFarland 70 was found dead soon It is said that his wife was quarrel- Â¬ gave birth to a daughter who al- Â¬ the railroad as far as the eye can reach for jour money nearly eyery day Ho- near LaRue O phet it Is a case of hoss and boss Col Green Sons have added qui e between the weather bureau and the some and often in her anger would though perfect In form only weighed stretched fields of sugar cane Great tels here are not good Food is mostly State Senator J E Hayes of Charles atommodiouH uddition to their Btori threaten to kill herself gangs of negro laborers were at work cut- Â¬ cooked after the Mexcan style and is town Mass Is dead three ounces ground hog Upon thlB occasion she becarro unu- Â¬ room The new addition in fur furni- Â¬ ting stripping and hauling it to the Im Â¬ rarely relished by the tourist Your Thieves stole a hot stove from the sually violent Bell bad caused a pul- Â¬ A F Pulldo of the Venezuela lega- Â¬ Preeldent Ilarrloa Assassinated ture hardware and fainting imph raents Lxlrgton jdil the other evening mense sugar houses We arrived at name is placed on the black board with tion In Washington Is dead It is ley to be fixed to the celling over his Guatemala la Nuovas Guatemala OiudadPorflro Diaz in the evening of the number of your room and then no The Clihago Chronicle sajx Ger Â¬ said that the police of that town are bed and a rope hung thorefrom with Feb 10 President Barrios was assas Â¬ President Dole and wife of Hawaii the 2nd day oat from New Orleans and further attention is given to you by the visited Mrs Doles brother In Cleve- Â¬ many hrs iftu d a dtcree prohibiting compelled to take extra precaution to which ho could change his position in sinated by Oscar Sollinger had our first glimpse of Mexico After landlord the importation of all kinds of American prevent being kidnapped the bed without other assistance Candles are furnished but land THE W0NDERsTfFSCIENCE our trunks and valises were examined you buy your own matches The cham- Â¬ Mrs Bell climbed upon his bed and An American syndicate has secured fresh fruits without a previous warning The author of a recent eiory entitled aa the law directs they were rechecked ber maids are young ontrol of the cattle and live stock Surely our Government will retaliate The City cf the Dead raurt have deriv Â¬ placed the rope about her neck In men except in one to the City of Mexico At 0 P Diaz with a vengeance for the United States ed his inspiration from a Sunday visit at some manner the rope drew upon her Lung Troubles and Consumption Can be hotel in Puebla where they are eon trade of Honduras neck and strangled her She made aa it is abbreviated the custom officials women Superintendent Charles E Clark of are sopovurlul and great we can cer- Hawesvlllo Cured There they are also the bell desperate efforts to loosen the rope were very liberal and courteous Five boys the Union Printers home at Colorado tainly do without that little German Dogs aro oyerywhere I have Springs but In spite of her endeavors and her An Eminent New York Chemist and Scien- Â¬ has resigned quart bottles of Kentuckys best brand counted twenty or thirty at a sight on country over the waters Let htr ecowl husbands cries for help she died in W Sellgman of Now York are now as much ps she pl ae but later J were found in my trunk for which a the streets of Jalapa nud a dog fight is tist Makes a Free Offer to Our horrible convulsions about to undertako the refunding of she may havu brulsts to poultice without duty of fl 07 was charged on three The so common that it attracts little notlcu William Bell Is almost 80 years old Readers the Mexican national debt other two bottles were cousidered neces They are allowed In most of the restau a poultice 1 put on while hla unfortunate wife was almost Seven thousand dollars worth ot dia Â¬ sary wearing apparel and were paused rants in the City of Mexico and It is not 60 They have several children Mrs The distinguished New York chemist We are ai xous to do a little gxd In free At breakfast time the next morr uncommon to see one or two stricken monds were stolen In St Louis from Whether In the form of pill powder Bell certainly did not contemplate sui- Â¬ T A Slocum demonstrating his discov- Â¬ Mr James O West of New York this world and ran think of uopleustnter or liquid the doctors prescription for cide lng we leached Torsconthe junctionofihe with a violent aud sudden when she adjusted the rope about ery of a reliable and absolute euro attack of for or better way to do It than by n com Â¬ blood diseases is always the same Monday International and the Mexican Central roll on the ibor in couvulslocs mercury or potash These drugs bottle her neck Consumption pulmonary Tuberculosis etzina mending One Minnie Cuiigh Curt as a Judge M G Troup of Wlnflcld Kan Here the scene was Intensely foreign of sciachlng This is appetizing up and poison dry ft Indiana Penalona and all bronchial throat lung and dropped dead preventive nf pneiiin nia consumption systemi but they and dry up up fu the Natives clad In white cotton pants and alsi the marrow Washington Fob 12 Pensions hnve chest diseases stubborn coughs catarrhal Cathedralsaru everywhere also Every I other serious uug troubles that fol Â¬ Indiana state authorities are deter- Â¬ an in the bones at the same time jackets of the same material wrapped in hacienda must have one In its walls else mined to punish the Versailles lynch- Â¬ io v iifgUrted colds Short A Ha lies The suppleness and elasticity of the been granted to Indiana people as fol- Â¬ affections general decline and weak new eerapeaofall the hues of the rainbow no pton will stay to preform tho labor ers lows Original Joshua H Waddell Ioeaof flesh and all conditions of wast- joints give way to a stiffness the rack collected at the station to watch the dis- - Some of these haciendas comprise up Â¬ ing pains of rheumatism The form Galveston 8 John B Rankin Nation- Â¬ I lng away will send THREE FREE BOT gradually bends the bones ache while al Military home 6 John W Clute tjutoarcauon 01 tiie Gringoes The Confederate SolJIcr In the Civil War Here wards of 1000000 acres The owners Â¬ and helplessness prema s joo pases lixlO Inches wn over 1100 decrepitude com National Soldiers home 3 Addition i TLES all different of hie New Discovwe saw for the first time the Bandals thereof live in a half barberio style eries to any nflUcted reader of the Bbsck large battle heencs Portrait Maps etc Ihe turely take possession of the body and at William F Wells Soldiersworn built after the same pattern homo iiilai unu Urra uruooevBiih pub Lhe I and it is but a short 6tep to a pair of aa wear sombreros that cost 500 ride on Nkwb writing for them Ihe lily o el u C nlrderale a Tippecanoe ft to 6 John ShleldB Justlre 10 those that were worn by Christ and his saddles that cost aa much more Then comes falling oi ail lit r lid Iheau se h uglitlor Audits wanted crutches and keep haa Muncle U tp 10 Increase James Et IknridqeNew Scientific Treatment v rjwhciot Hell this book no urn w and easy the hair and decay ot the bones a conapostles several years ago Leaving hundreds of peon in their employ who pUn Maiy of Ihe li dy and ge i lenten aens who dition truly horrible permanently by Ita ter Madison JO to 8 James Anderson Toracon after breakfast we I50 to 200 nt at ik are started for are paid the munificent sum of don rtalet Catarrh and Bronchial Trouble -- month vVeterans maUn a fiimDaughter of Vet- Â¬ Contagious Blood Sanford 6 to 10 Jerry McIIonry Ev timely use and he considers it a simple Upotash Mexico City which we reached on the 25 cents a day for their labor Had no Appotlte Now Bottor In erans anil iheia tut Sons id o iiu uuit to send renin ate out of Poison the curse ansvllle J 8 to J12 Reissue Samuel professional duty to Buffering humaniejT u h aulilu lllua rat d decillive circular first day of January at noon Finding which they must get food for lur JMERCUftW Every Way A Delicate Child of mankind is the Halndel North Manchester 17 Origi to donate a trial of his infallible cure their famand trime la aiteu e Adiliess Couaiaa Borne time since I took a Budden cold the weather very cold upon our arrival ilies Clothing does not enter Into the most horrible of all nal widows etc Barbara Ened Dills K OU 1iINTINO tO Louist It I1LKNAL Science dally develops new wonders diseases and has al boro 8 Orpha Muntz and could not get rid of It Being subject we derided to continue our journey to bill of expense of the peon as he wears to cat arrh ways baffied the Roseann Finch Alto 8 EvunsvUe 8 and this great chemist patiently experi Â¬ and bronchial trou ble I coughed the South Taking a train on the Inter- - the cheap at pair of coiton trousers and It Is Strange ill doctors Their pot Â¬ menting for years haa produced results terribly I lost my appetite and grew oceanic railroad we started for Jalapa in a cotton shirt which hangs on thit fioniH pioplu who say they never HllsUil Ontrajced by Train pa ash the out- poor and weak and I did not feel llko as bentflclal to humanity aa can be fC all IH bottle and mercury up tbepolson the 6Ute of Vera Cruz 200 milea distant side He goes barefooted or wears a work I began taking read patent medicine advertisements Crawfordaville Ind Feb 12 Norta claimed by any modern genius Ilia as Â¬ litfJVM Hoods Barsapa but It always breaks of Crawfordaville Nellie Ward and situated In the edgo of the tierra pair of of sandals made of raw hide rllla In a abort time the cough disap Â¬ will be found lug ng homo evitry now Ills sertion that lung troubles aud consump- Â¬ forth again attack Â¬ calUnte the hot lands daughter of John Ward waa en After leaving wifes clothing costs him little more peared I slept well had a good appetite and then a bottle of some f jvorltu reme Â¬ ing some delicate route from school to her home when tion are curable in any climate is proven the ancient city we ran through milea The daily food of the family consists of and I was better In every way organ frequently Last dy of theirs Wn dont bother you with by heartfelt letters of gratitude filed the and miles of Pulque plants Pulque is beans and corn pounded into coarse spring I was not feeling well I bad no apÂ¬ much it adlng hut Just ask you to try a and she met two tramps one of whom iTsfnt l 1 IV Hraf IH throat mouth ClllBgthem dragged her Into the woods aad sub Â¬ in ble American and European laborator petite and no strength I retorted to 10d trial bottlt of Dr Caldwells Syrup the native drink ot the Mexican and Is meal and nude in thin cakes I have with eating sores jected her to revolting treatment ies ia thousands from those cared in all Hoods BaraaparilU and soon felt more ofetalaed by cutting out Uia bud of scarcely begun this letter but for fear SSS is the only Bloodhounds were seat fof and oyer parts of the world I llko work My little nephew waa a delt IVpsiu I cm sipalinn Inillicstlou and 1 00 a xea a I wasguey a species of the century plant will have no readers to the end I will eate stomach troubles 00 1 hu known cure for this Medical experts eoaeede that bron Â¬ child and bad a humor which trou Â¬ JJ5 wU disease It is guar- Â¬ 100 Infuriated mesabera of the Horse chial cheat aad Uag troubles The bad a cut so that the base of the closs until later Ghas O Martin lead ta bled Mm so be could not rest at night Thief Detective company are on the anteed nurelv veee part left ia tie plant fa cap shaped In- He baa taken a few bottles of Hoods Sar which uninterrupted W D Holt tabic and one thousand dollars rqwardis Heads track It takea the awa will GeuMtsiptroa New 1natmaater larRereuiiree to this cap the sap oozes and each morn- Mparilla and now he baa a good appetite aaeeaa speedy aad certain death for proof to the contrary It very likely figure la a necktie party To be continued Washington Feb 9 Edward Mc offered fails to cure Contagious Siloqd never lag is seked oat into a gourd by a veon and h able to sleep Misa Abbik J Simply write to T A Slocum M O Creary waa appointed postmaatar at Poison Scrofula Eczema Rheumatism It la tbea emptied into a sheepskin or What pleasure is there la life with a Fhkkman South Duxbury Mass post There are three UUlethlDge which do 98 Piae street New York irivl V Va oncer or any other disease of the Parkernburi tkln which the peon bean oa his headache constipation aad bllhouetteseT mora work than any other three little offlee and express address and the free blood If vou have a blood disease SarsaM beak Wlw the skin Untied be aUaas Thousand experience them who could take a remedy which will not injure you thing created they era the ant the bee medicine will be promptly sent SuflWr- Scekern after aold am often Jlaappolnt Rcvvaje of iiienury dont do violence It a Ms beTO and parr rd a fill a should take instant advantage of his become perfeeily healthy by using D 1 tin Qua True Blooq rurlllerjUldnigjIiU d Seekera aflar TaHh Uka Hooda o vqitr system JOont get hottlrd up andDeWltfa Utile Early Kiaere ho en ft generous proposition oteWutli bit 4ukty i iMklod VM Witft Little Sariy Hearty U amoui faiaooa little pilli for aioenach aad liver SaUMparlllaaad Had U uimU awary x Our b o ok scut free to any tvrldrcs Please toll the Doctor that voo saw his gHood WIU oiTSaajajs fc then ready tor driaainj Ia little plllc Baort Mayas iwitx tot Woubb sftaft 4 Hayaea C9 Atlanta G upK hjlum BaacKnanioat aa WHAT WOMEN NOW NEED More Red Corpuscles in Their Blood - Paines Celery Compound Â¬ touch-me-n- 1 Â¬ THE LAND POCO TIEMPO bod-ridde- Â¬ Hr- - - - Â¬ H Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1 Â¬ Bottled Up uantji aiintn 11 1 Â¬ i - Poor and Woak 11 Â¬ ir 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ rnirr rd Ml mt JQ WJ Hood J O parilla -- jtfg-