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THE BRECKENRITOE NEWS v i3I GWL turyt AIaIa ternoon over to Wednesday morning And today theres not a corporals guard on hand to et j y the dullness of the States capital city But when it is known that potne of the mombors who live at Innrcssabte points in the State have not vis ted their homes since they came here this little breathing spell can very easily be excused THE NETWS THATS FIT TO PRINT NO 32 Royal makes the food port wholesome and delicious CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 23 1898 MAINES SAILORS Consider TheRecent begun at tho earliest possible moment SUCCINCT STOUT Of the Great Disaster to the Maine Id BILL Some Probability of its Splitting the Ship Again FULLY EXPXAI NED Representative Qill Introduced a Bill Providing For a Fusion Ticket of Parties The fate of the prison commission and the McOhord freight bills will be known by Thursday and mayhap sooner for Dis they are both in the hands of the Gover- Â¬ nor However the action of the chief a executive has been anticipated and I believe correctly In thesf Fiaukfort let- Â¬ ters two week ago I said then as I re- Â¬ peat now that Gov Bradloy would more than likely veto both measure and that It would then bo necessary for the Dem- Â¬ ocratic majority to pass the bills over THIRSTING FOR VENGEANCE his head and thus enact them into the all Important laws The list of appli Â¬ cants for places under the new prison commission grows steadily and I find it Want Spain Attacked almost impossible to keep up with the They would be commissioners and their Without Further home aster Spanish 0utrage Ilarana Harbor Key West Feb 18 A succinct ac- Â¬ count of tho Maine disaster Is given by Lieutenant Dlandln of Baltimore ono of the survivors who says that not until now has ho been able to recol- Â¬ lect the sequences of events In the aw Â¬ ful 10 minutes following tho explosion Tuesday evening Lieutenant Blandln was on the Trenton at tho tlrno of tho disaster off Samoa in March 1839 when Amer- Â¬ ican aud German vessels lost 244 men all told Lieutenant Dlandln says SURPRISED THE WORLD American Self fere rnglnnd would silrcly bo oh trio sldo of tho United States so far as diplomatic pressure nnd moral support are conccrnod and Itussla would bo likely to imitate her Tho embassador of one of tho greatest nations of Europo told mo a day or two ago that tho United States can do what It likes with Spain and no European power 111 Object WALTEIt WEUUAN CONGRESSIONAL SUMMARY Control After btn I was on watch and when the men had piped below I looked down the main Â¬ Ae I sat in the Capital Hotel the other Â¬ Delay ft v night X saw a strange man not BreckinFate of Prison Commission And flc ridge however come in glanco around nervously and walk out For some rea Â¬ CAUSE OF THE EXPLOSION PLAIN Chord Railroad BUI Will be son I was interested in the fellow and followed him out On the steps he Known By To morrow Mr how accosted me with this qlery duz a feller git ennything thru the Leg- Â¬ A Warning Was Served on Them Not to o to islator I informed my uneasy looking Havana And Alter They Arrived LATEST FRANKFORT NEWS friend from the country that it was a There They Were Told long and tiresome process the new bill mubtgo through before it reached its Wei heanwered am happy destination Frankfort Ky Fab neither sage nor prophet bat I do want I bin imposed on by Bud Green jest That The Harbor Was Honeycombed Wlt- hto go on record as saying that the Dem Â¬ long i z Im gwine ter be an I want er Spaniards Failed to Use Search- Mlnes ocratic party is Just now pasilng through git a onjunction by the legislator fur in him I then throw a little light on my a very critical stage of its existence Lights Alter the Accident Kentucky The Goebel election bill is friends dilemma by telling him it was tbo rock on which the old ship threatens to the magistrate at home and not to to split again before the rent in her hull the state law makers he must go with made by the dissension of 1800 has been bis grievance But in reality that it is Key West Feb 21 Sailors of tho The Democratic party the way some people look at the Assem- Â¬ well mended suffering from battleship Maine has always been opposed to Cz Keed bly as being a sort of public receptacle wounds In the Key West hospital are methods and autocracy in everything for the troubles of all smarting over the delay of tho govern- Â¬ and when its body of state law makers The committee on charitable institu- Â¬ build and prepare to start tn motion the tions which has gone to visit the J2ddy ment in punishing what they term a Spanish outrage most perfect piece of partisan machinery ville penitentiary left here on Saturday ever operated in the interest of any po- evening and its members will come In their minds there Is no doubt as litical organization in Kentucky it does back with facts and figures to burn jThe to the cause of tho explosion and they seem to me that it is throwing precedent committee is composed of Representative explain the delay in taking summary to the four winds and knocking traditions Thompson of Meade Nelson of Hardin action by saying that the president is galley wist and crooked Such a condi- Â¬ Hinton of Bourbon and Haswel of ac- Â¬ honestly believe will be brought Breckenridge from the House and tho morally certain that there was no tion I cident andwlshingtodccelve the Span about with the enforcement of the following from the Senate Senators Goebel election measure The bill as it Welch of Jessamine Jones of Bourbon lards with a feellngof security Is using the short time to make the necessary parsed the Senate and went to the House and Lay of Barren places the entire party machinery in the preparations to enforce his ultimatum Representative Gillo Maidson county hands of an election commission which If no action Is taken they say not a would have the right to settle every con Â¬ introduced a most notable measure last man among them will again pace the test and make fluai decision and from Friday and one that is destined to be- Â¬ but deck of an American whuse decries there shall be no appeal come a matter of moment if it gels up in the House It provides for a fusion If business is meant it would take a Sj important did the matter become up hurry- Â¬ here 40 of the members of the House ticket of parties and amends the state strong force to keep them from election law so that the name of a candi Â¬ ing to the front wounded though they thought it time to at ltatt show their constituents they were not going to sit date for office can be placed under two are to take a hand in what they look idly by and let the revolutionary mea party devices and have the vote of both upon as a personal vengeance Isure become a law without protest oiganizations counted fur the caudidate We were warned not to go to Ha- Â¬ vg irously I dont believe I shall ever so running It will be remembered that vana one said being told that dan Â¬ vote any other than the Democratic tick- Â¬ this device question has been a kuotty ger awaited us there When we got et as I never have in the past but I do problem where the Populists wanted to there we were again told and it was think the passage of this bill a it now run and stcure the votes of Democrats This will obviate current rumor that the harbor bottom Dem- Â¬ in county contests stands will brii g a rupture that the was honeycombed with mines We ocratic party cannot atTurd to sutler juet any further trouble in this r gird now All eyes are turned on the j tint Next week is the last one in which a first chose our anchorage and rested caucus which meets next Wednesday bill can be introduced in either House there for several hours but the harbor evening to settle this all important mat with any possibility whatsoever of ejer master compelled us to weigh anchor ter Tue House members led by Km seeing its way clear to paisage In fact and proceed to a spot marked by a mett Orr of Owen couuty will caucus It is a pretty generally accepted fact that buoy Wednesday afternoon when they will the hills introduced this week are just so We were reviled on the streets of try if possible to hold out the olive much time and paper and ink wasted for Havana sneered at until our blood branch to their brethern who are trying they stand practically no show Still boiled and found out for our own safe Â¬ to force an unneccestary bill on the the groaning hopper in Letped up with minority The appearance of ex Senator new measures aud some of them are of ty that It was necessary for us to make Blackburn and Congressman Jttiea on more than ordinary report The calen Â¬ our visits to the city in force No man the floor of the House Saturday brought dars aro full and the enrolling clerks dared to go in alone There was no some of the waverlug ones over to the without time to rest well in but mark knowing what would happen to him Goebel bill and probably gave it a b it my words this and next week will see The explosion Itself is the best evi- Â¬ ttr hold on its place Unless the oppoÂ¬ more bills introduced than last and the dence that it was a mine or a torpedo sition can effect some sort of compromise work before did There were two sharp and distinct re- Â¬ and prevent another open rupture t The first was llko a peal of The numerous minor measures are ports tremble to think of the result I hope being killed or so amended as to be small thunder close at hand a sound as of acthe bill will be so modified as to be ripping parchment a quick report fol- Â¬ ceptable to all elements in our party consideration The bill fixing the license on cigarette which lowed by a tremendous and awful roar and that another split may be averted We have not such a firm grip on our amounts practically to the knocking out and then darkness and chaos made place as a majority patty that we can af of the little paper rolls will probably get more horrlbte by the screams of dying ford to walk through slaughter houses through In the Senate the local option men the fierce shouts of those fighting into a great many open graves I hope bill Is still being buffeted abrmt like a for egress and the moans of those who we shall always be successful in the fu- Â¬ thin skiff in a sea storm This bill af Â¬ fects many counties and if it passes it were hemmed In to die by drowning Â¬ ture that we shall never meet with an The Spanish warship was lying other disaster but the rule rr rulu poli Â¬ will deprive msny a dry toper of bis daily pt riions tl Obe Joyful I think it close at hand and Morro castle was cy will never bring this happy condition not a pistol shot away Both have and the leaders will not have to look will be killed by obstruction and filibus long luto the political horoscope to be tering In the Senate but if not it will searchlights but nono was turned upon provoke a redibot debate come convinced of this glaring fact us to help the work of rescue and be- Â¬ cause of the darkness many brave men those two lions of I heard yesterday that some of my D The appearance of S mocracy Jo 0 Blackburn and who could have been rescued went Democratic friends down in Brecken Congressman John Hues on the floor of down to Davy Jones ridge wondered lyhy I reported the do MAINE BLOWN OP inga of Ilaswell and Jolly each week to the House Saturday afternoon was the the exclusion of the Democratic mem signal for a Bryanetque outburst from Official Btlll la tho Dark as to tha Capsa of the Dleaiter hers I wanto remark that since we their admirers They both spoke In the Havana Feb 17 Shortly before 10 havent a Jferaocratlo H presentaiive or usual roseate vein and seemed happy Senator from Breckearlilge it woud because they were talking on their fav Â¬ p m the United States battleship very naturally be a matter of Impossibili Â¬ orite theme silver They are looking Maine In the Havana harbor was ty to report the work of pa ties who do well and are even more popular than wrecked by an explosion ever before The explosion shook the whole city not i xtst And reports of the proceed The windows were broken In all the ings of Legislature in the days when we SucA AffiktloRsare Good for the Saul bouses were represented by Democrats would Frcm tie lawttville FUlndealcr The first explosion Is said to have not prove either relevant or especially As JohsBMjafe of the Niws with all been caused by overheating of 690 lateteetit g to the Nkwj readers hlsiiftaBe Msbeeti SBable to land a pounds of gun cotton and the subse Â¬ this stage of the game I do not bear few Biiefits is oJRce It seems that an quent explosion Is alleged to have been any love or malice toward the K publi Â¬ ie to be wd to do away with him caused by shells and cartridges since they arc effort can Representatives and play a lone hand er aewe use else ae a the peoples law makers I very naUrslly Mjusint Remember brother Jehu INQUIRY TOKOIN thai to herfWa thought the people ttahsMietioMareseatto try Ww jafttt Til Jfatval Court Hat Already Geae to then weekly now Is the time to of al good wen Washington Feb 21 Work wjll be The old Assembly balls rewind one exhibit a fortitude that will wake yoq cue at once by tee naval eourt of In Â¬ of Hie desertetlvilh ge of literary fame to Â¬ appear a ebrlstUw even In Brsefcenrldfe Investigate the tjte quiry appointed to day The members Uave taken the Miet aeotutty whleh it W aefcl brake of Maine eieeeUr Sueh wae the sews reÂ¬ of ceived at the navy eeparUseat from seal home ftolwg Tsnailow of tise aeseiott IhmU between Use Devil asvd tbojto this beia tMrone aeoapted opportuni OaJUiee who oflered the entire woU Admiral Bteerd at Key West ty tWrtY MJUB oa the xoept Breekeeridge to Him if He would Tfcia prompt action ia undoubtedly wombip hioi Wow you ow ate why lie morrow It took oaliUw to the express direction from Sec- EeeUoB for then to votary lose to lure the investigation tftlMtjrvtUMttfPjrtjr 211 Â¬ man-of-w- ar Â¬ hatches and over the tide of the ship Erorrthlnic was absolutely nornlil I walk ed aft to the quarter deck behind the renr turret at li allowed after 8 oclock In the ercnlaj and sat down on the port aide where I remained fur a few minutes eomo reason I can not explain Then to mjsclf now I mored to the starboard aide and sat down there I was feellnc to bit slum and In fact so quiet that Lieu tenant J Hood came up and asked laugh No I am ingly It I was asleep I said watch Scarcely had I spoken when there came a dull sullen roar Would to God that 1 could blot out the sound and the scenes that followed Then came a sharp exploI sion Soma say numerous detonations remember only one It seemed to me that the sound came from the port side forward Then came a perfect rain of mis siles of all descriptions from huge pieces of cement to blocks of wood steel railings fragments of gratings and all th debris that would be detachable In an explosion I was struck on the head by a piece of cement and knocked down but I was not hurt and sot to my feet In a moment Lieutenant Hood had run to the poop and I supposed ns I followed he was dazed by the shock atd about to Jump orerboard I hailed him and he answered that be bad run to tho poop to help lower the boats When I got there though scarce a minute could hare elapsed I had to wade In water to my knees and almost Instantly the quarter deck was awash On the poop I found Captain Slgsbce as cool as If nt n ball and soon all the offi cers except Jenkins and Mcrrltt Joined us The poop was aboro water after the Maine settled to the bottom Captain Slgsbee ordered the launch and gig lowered and tho officers and men who by this time had assembled got the boats out and rescued a number In the water Captain Slgsbee ordered Lieutenant Commander Walnwrlght forward to see the ex tent of tho damage and If anything could bo done to rescue those forward or to extinguish the flames which followed closo upon the explosion and burned fiercely as long as there were any combustibles above water to feed tbem Captain Slgrsbees Lout Order Lieutenant Commander Walnwrlght on his return reported the total and awful character of the calamity and Captain Slgsbee gave tho last sad i order Abandon ship to men overwhelmed with grief In deed but calm and apparently uncxcltcd Mcantlrao four boats from tho Spanish cruiser Alfonso XIII arrived to be followed soon by two from the Ward line steamer City of Washington Tbq two boats low Â¬ ered from the City of Washington were found to be riddled with flying debris from the Maine and unfit for nse Captain Slgs bee was the last man to leave his vesnel and left In his own gig I bavo no theories as to the cause of the explosion I cap not form any An exam ination by divers may tell something to a court of Inquiry I with others bad heard that the Havana harbor was full of tor- Â¬ pedoes but the officers whose duty It was to examine Into that reported that they found no signs of any Personally I do not bellevo tho Spanish had anything to do with the disaster Time may tell I hope so We were In a delicate position on the Maine so fur as taking any precautions Wo were friends In a was concerned friendly or alleged friendly port and could upon or challenge the approach of not flro any boat boarding ns unless convinced that her Intention was hostile I wish to heaven I could forget It I have been In two wrecks now and have bad my share But the reverberations of that sul- Â¬ len yet resonant roar as If the bottom of the sea was groaning In torture will haunt mo for many a day and the reflection of that pillar of flame comes to me even when I close my eyes fr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ rOltWAItD MAOAZIXB Of the Blaine Was Not the First Explode to Â¬ ht Â¬ Â¬ Tho following Havana Feb 21 statement was made by Lieutenant Commander Barnett of the coast sur- Â¬ vey boat Bacho You want tho facts I can tell you there are 95 chances out of 100 that the investigation will show that the for Â¬ ward magazine of the Maine did not blow up first it It exploded at all and that it was not the cause of the terrific consequences that followed The con- Â¬ dition of the wreck when first studied and a later careful scrutlnymake this an almost absolute certainty Chaplain Chadwlck of the Maine hns recovered considerable sums of money with letters and other personal proper- Â¬ ty from the bodies taken from tho wreck In one case the Initials can be seen on the coat lining and may serve to Identify tho body of the wearer but the harbor water Is so filthy that the marks are nearly Illegible LIABLE VOK DAMAGES Is Spain For the Destruction of tha Maine Feb 21 Frederic R New York Spain should pay In Â¬ Coudert said Â¬ jt demnity for the loss of the Maine provided the accident Is found to be due to the negligence of Spanish off- Â¬ icials The vessel went to Havana harbor on a friendly visit and was en- Â¬ titled to full protection It was proper that extraordinary precautions should be taken to Insure her safety It was woll known that there were individuals belonging to the Spanish nation whojnad Ill feelings toward the If any danger was United States known to exist in Havana harbor it was to be expected that Spain should Inform the captain of the Maine of the fact and use every means to prevent any accident to the vessel In the Kenate Washington Feb 15 Cuban amend- Â¬ ment sought to be attached to the dip- Â¬ lomatic and consular appropriation bill TO WAITING TRUTH KNOW THE rejected by the committee Resolu- Â¬ tion with reference to a rcprescntatlvo of tho autonomous government of Cu- Â¬ ba adopted Free silver speech by A Diplomat at Washington Tells How Dif- Â¬ Senator Allen Neb ferently Such Terrible News Washington Feb 16 Resolutions Would Have adopted calling upon tho attorney gen- Â¬ eral for Information with reference to tale of Kansas Pacific road Affected the People of Any Other Country Washington Feb 17 CoaBt de Â¬ fenses was tho interesting featuro of Our Government Intpres the day in the senate Senator Morrill Respect opposed ratification of Hawaiian treaty Fortifications bill was taken up WASIUKOTON Special Feb 22 For Washington Feb 18 Tho senate ono thing in connection with the dlmistor by a vote of 34 to 29 agreed to the to tho Mnlno in Havana hnrbor the Aiuor Turple resolution declaring tho sen- Â¬ Icnn pooplo ore highly praised by foreigners This Is their solf control their poise ates opposition to the confirmation of their patlcnco and tholrcaimnosa In a tlino tho Bale of the Kansas Pacific railroad of groat publla oxcltomont and Irritation Tho Corbett caso was discussed by I was talking with a distinguished mom Senators Pettus and Hoar borpt tho illplornatlo corps on this point Washington Feb 19 Itesolutlon ap- Â¬ today and he said Tho manner in which your pooplo have propriating 200000 to raise tho Malno borne themselves during this trying ordonl adopted Debate on resolution direct- Â¬ bus commanded tho admiration of the ing an Investigation Into the Maine world If such a disaster had happened to n battleship belonging to any other nation disaster under similar circumstances tho chances Iu the House are thoro would hove boon a tremendous Washington Feb 15 Itesolutlon explosion of publlo scntlmont nnd aorao adopted calling for Information with hnsty action by tho government Franco would simply have gono wild If tho gov Â¬ referenco to the condition of the con ernment had not acted with suiLolcnthoat centrados in Cuba Correspondence re and promptness to plcaso tho fury of tho relatlng to exclusion of American prod- Â¬ mob tho streets of Inrls would hnvo boon ucts from Germany called for filled with rioters The government would have been compelled to do something to Washington Feb 16 Dills and Joint npponse popular clamor In Spain thoro resolutions to tho number of 16 wero would havo been n alrollar outburst Wore the conditions reversed and a Spanish passed warship hod boon blown up In Koy West Washington Feb 17 Dankruptcy or Now York I venture to say Oonoral bill was debated Resolution passed Woodford tho American minister at Mad rid would havo boon compelled to Ilea for expressing regret for the disaster to his life Ills rosldonco would havo been tho warship Maine condolence with Booked by a mob Tbo government In very the families of those who lost their self defenso would have found it necessary lives and sympathy with tho Injured aggrosslvo action to take lomo Washington Feb 18 A number of Kvon In Berlin or London continued this diplomat now getting nearer his own speeches were made on the bankruptcy country I doubt if thoro would havo bill but Interest In It was overshad- Â¬ boon as much solf control on the part of owed by tho Maine disaster tho peoplo as that shown by you AmeriWashington Feb 19 A bill appro- Â¬ cans Thcro would bavo boon inoro of a popular outburst If it were a German priating 4000000 for a battleship to ship lost under such circumstances tho replaco tho Maine was Introduced emperor probably would havo rushed Into 200- some hasty and HI ndvlsod action In ordor Senato resolution appropriating to please the peoplo and to show what ho 000 to ratBe tho Maine was passed could do when the honor and tho Interests Dankruptcy bill debated of tbo empire were assailed In London I Will Woods a Victim believe the government would have kept Terre Haute Ind Feb 18 It Is re- Â¬ its head though I doubt If tho peoplo could havo oonduotcd themselves with ported here that Will Woods who fig- Â¬ moro calmness than Araorloang did when ured In the Pearl Drynn murder caso they loomed that tho Mnlno had been deÂ¬ stroyed Certainly tho press of England as an Intimate friend of Scott Jackson was a clerk on tho battleship Â¬ would not bavo shown any better solf control than that ovlnced by tbo best class of Maine newspapers In tho United States In my Death or IMIu Wlllard opinion England and this country aro tho New York Feb 18 Miss Frances only ones that would have met suob a calamity with strength of character and E Wlllard president of the Womans patience as a great people should meet Christian Temperance union died such a thing shortly after midnight at the Ho-Â¬ Conservatism of Cong reis tel Empire this city It was admlrablo the way your govern Â¬ ment and your mombors of congress be Will Join the Dauntless haved during the first few days They did The Cuban Tampa Fla Feb 15 nothing to add to the popular excitement expedition that left here Is now safely They wero careful to give It out from tho first that until the eauso of tho dlsastor at sea and will Join the expedition that was known to be something else thoy could left Fernandlna on the Dauntless do nothing but assume It to havo been an Refused to 1roaecute Your president kept his head accident Louisville Feb 18 Hunter Vnrllla so did your administrative officers and Â¬ Congress somewhat to tho surprise of and Herbert Ward charged with hav ing chloroformed and robbed Mrs members of the diplomatic corps did like No efforts were mado olther In Catherine Hite last week were dis Â¬ wise house or senate to take advantage of tho missed In the city court Mrs Htto situation to harass publla feeling No dis- refused to prosecute because It would turbing spcochos were made or dangerous nelces who wero In resolutions offered I took occasion to Incriminate her men mingle a good deal with prominent men lovo with the hero at your capital those first dreadful Versailles Lynching Recalled days whon tbo full particulars of tho ca- Â¬ Versailles Ind Feb 19 It Is re- Â¬ lamity were coming over the wires and In no quartor did I obscrvo anything but ported her that Mrs Dultman who cnlmnossnnd patience and n determination was tortured In the Napoleon robbery to know tho truth before taking notion last fall one of tho atrocities which The very calmness of your people woa to caused the Ripley county lynching mo most significant It showed mo that Is lnsano from tho effects of the torture you could bo patlont In tha faoo of the greatest provocation but It showed mo and will be sent to an asylum also that your very calmnoss botokencd a Vrces Vaccination spirit which no nation can afford to trlflo Lexington Ky Feb 17 The board Is my solemn bollot thatlf tho with It United Statos finds It necessary to go to of health has Issued a circular letter war with Spain yoU will do it with an advising everyone to be vaccinated energy and skill which will astonish the Tho smallpox outbreak hero two years Onco your patlenco Is exhausted world ago is cited and It Is to prevent a and that calm waiting period Is at an end repetlton of this that has caused the tho powor you havo to fight will do wall to board to take such action look out for what happens next I have hoard a good deal of talk to this A Swarm of Applicants effect among the mombors of our diplo Frankfort Ky Feb 19 The pass Â¬ conoluded tho foreigner matic corps age of the Dronston prison bill will Wo all havo gained respect for America bring a host of politicians from all and Americans during tho last fortnight In tho face of a most provoking insult over the state to the capital Thero from a foriuor minister of Spain followed are already more than 50 applicants by Irritating slowness on the port of tho for the places Tho commissioners Madrid government in making tho proper disavowal your peoplo havo kept their will control an army tempers Then came tho awful disaster at Killed Iu a Utile dame Havana nnd still you did not get excited Darboursvllle Ky Feb 19 News Your patlcnco and consideration are re markable Long before now It England reached here of a killing at SouthÂ¬ or Franco or Germany or Itussla had tho America a placo about 15 miles besame relations to Spain and Cuba that you low here The parties implicated in have It would havo taken tho Island by the affair are Georgo Smith and Dill force That la what you will havo to do In Wlckwarn The trouble occurred over tho end mark my prediction a game of cards Sueh praise as this from an observing member of the diplomatic corps a man ex Â¬ On Trial For a Double Murder perienced In the politics nnd government Maysvllle Ky Feb 18 The case of tho World is a compliment woll worth shooting having That seems to be tho vcrdlot of against Amos Rlggs for the tho foreign press too and members of the and killing of John Doyd and his son UoKlnloy administration nnd prominent Mnndervllle at Orangeburg this coun- Â¬ leaders of both political parties here say It ty about a year ago is being tried in Is a good thing that wo have managed our the circuit court affairs in suob a way that If it becomes necessary to have trouble with Spain ovor Cuba wo shall enjoy the approval of the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Maine Disaster mi POWDER Absolutely Pure ROYAL WKINO FOWOIS CO fttW VOUK HELD TO BE GOOD LAW Is The Employers Act in Indiana Liability Injuries to One Employe Resulting The Negligence of Another From Employe Is No Defense For The Employer According to the Supreme Decision Court Indianapolis Feb 21 The state su- Â¬ preme court has held the employes lia- Â¬ bility act passed In 1893 constitutional William J Montgomery a Panhandle brakeman secured Judgment of 3000 in the state circuit court for injuries received in nn accident occasioned by the negligence of a freight engineer on which train ho was assigned as a brakeman Tho railway company appealed to the supreme court nnd Invoked the com Â¬ mon law rule In force for a century or more denying a servant any right to obtain damages from an employer for Injuries where a fellow servant was at fault The company also pleaded a defenso against liability on the ground that Montgomery was a member of tho re- Â¬ lief department of tho Pennsylvania system and had signed an agreement In effect that the acceptance of benefits from the relief fund released all claim for damages against tho company Tho plaintiff claimed that the em- Â¬ ployers liability act of 1893 gave him tho right to recover although tho com- Â¬ pany Bet up that this law was unconsti- Â¬ tutional and void and that even under a proper construction of the law Mont Â¬ gomery had no right to recover The court also held the law of 1893 constitutional in an opinion submitted by Judge McCabe in which the case is reviewed at great length The effect Is admitted to be wide reaching Tho accident occurred in July 1893 four months nfter the em- Â¬ ployers liability act took effect and the case was appealed to the supreme court In September 1895 It was elaborately argued the coun- Â¬ sel for the railway company submit- Â¬ ting 14 different briefs and tho counsel for Montgomery three besides which there was oral argument Fell Over a Clin Nlcholasvllle Ky Feb 21 James Crimes 70 fell over the brink of a 100 foot cliff along the Kentucky river near Camp Nelson He lay whero ho had fallen all night and was picked up a mass of crushed bones and lacerated and bleeding flesh He was a rospect able farmer of that locality He got lost In the darkness and unconsciously stepped into space llrlile Arrested Louisville Feb 21 Mrs Q cor go Wheeler a bride of a few weeks was arrested on a charge of obtaining goods by false pretenses preferred by Henry Meyer a rejected Bultor Meyer says many he courted the girl and gave presonts thinking she would marry him She married another nnd refused to return to Meyer tho presents hr A LOCAL Ulseaso A Cllmutlc Affection Nothing but a local rtnudy or change of cllmiie will cure it Get a well knowo pharmaceutical remedy CATARRH VtBAlVvl T bbbbbbv ELYS CREAH BALM v V N VVSSBBB1 CoLD HEAD It It quickly abiorbcd Oire UUef it opce Opens Allays inflUm and cleanses tha Naul Parages ma Ion Heals and Irotects the membrane lie tores the Senwi of Taite and smell No cocaine no utercury no Injutiotu drup Full tilt joe trial lie to at Druppfits or by mall ELY BUG 50 Warren Street N Y wtd It Is Strands ad that some people who say they sever read patent medicine advertisements will be found luag lag home every sow sad then a bottle of some favorite reme Â¬ We doat bother you with dy of their much reeding but just ask you to try a lOe trial bottle of Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin for oooslp4irm iuditeeUou and stomach troubles 60i and 1 100 eiiea a Gbe O Martin WHiWI jOrifff iT te slvllltod world Spain Has No Ally It Is well known to President McKlaley that for a year or more Spain has been seeking the aid and eowfort of other pow Â¬ ers of Kurope It Is not bellsved she has made any headway In tkls direction Uh less our smbnissilore end mlnlsssss at the various eewrts of Xureps are woefully W taken Spain has not tee sign et a ally on the other side of the water Germany ead Fraaoe might wUh some gunreutse tor their cIUmds who ate holder of Cuban bonus but if the UnMed States wouM Hive that which It eouM easily ao these two powers would net be llaelr to toter- - Going to Build or Repair Write Louisville Ky For Prices on Lumber Doors Sash and Blinds Shingles Steel pooling aney will save you money J P Will CQ 1 THBt BRBtOKaNfttOGKL NHIfCi OtOYlaHIOHr fiinnifiiiii tmM Â¬ KY O rtril t iwi aaawia tfnrrnrnntiifl B- have advised him that a stay there will be ll pinna and a musical program through tho months of March and April recitations ami essays by the graduates will bo of great benefit to him Mrs Wra Stlth Louisville whoso illIm 0 Vi 8 ZaMtgt Editors ud PnprUtri Mr Goodnight who Is working up tl o ness I mentioned last week died on big illustrated edition of the Nkws has I Wednesday and was burled at Cave WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 23 1898 been in town during the past week Hill She leaves a husband and a large Uardinsburg will be well represented in family Slio was a most excellent woman the edition and over one thousand ex and of a high type of character tra copies will come here Wo are rather proud that our nation David It Murray made an able argu does not n quire so largo a standing army When In doubt stick to tlio things you Wo have ment in dtfenoe of young Badiam who and navy as other couutrlts know about wts on trial in tho Circuit Court last a peaceful disposition like our geograj h found tho leal situation but we do not propose to Wnisx will tho people of this county week for murder The jury young man guilty of a misdemeanor and be imposed upon by any foreign nation wako up to the importance of good fined him twenty Ave dollars And indeed James S Arnold of roads Charley Cashman who is studying Meade is preaching Social Democracy Mikic Millkr has resigned as Chair Â¬ law In It K Millers offlje was sworn in with James J Donahue of Pennsyl Â¬ man of the Democratic County Com as an examiner at this term of court vania This scheme is promulgated as mltteeand Jesse Whit north elected In He has power to administer an oath and we know by Dobs If they succeed in This is Ufually the abolishing rtnts and taxes there will bo take depositions his place first step in the legal buslnt 83 for a be- Â¬ a mighty collapse somewhere All the more pity that Col Robeit G Tun Dean Tie Company sold last wet k ginner Speaking of court matters Judge Mc Ingersoll is entertaining and fascinating 45000 tics and tbey are being hauled out this week over tho Branch railroad Beath said he had recently had an ap-Â¬ and yet refuses to lend those God given In his lec- Â¬ This sale means more business for the plication from a young lady in the dis- Â¬ gifts to his Makers glory tie makers and ttmber men for the com- trict to appoint her district Stenographer ture to night at Macauleys he will at Â¬ The law makes a provision for appoint- Â¬ tempt to tell Why I am an Agnostic ing spring a id summer ing a district Stenographer but he Refusing to be led by divine truth section of Meade county south ol thinks the place would not suit a young Mies Francis Willard has gone where That Ekron is a lovely country A splendid lady at nil There Is no salary attached Womans Christian Temperance Unclass of farmers live there They are to the office ion is one long glad refrain She was pushing men Persons who are not officers of the one o the noble women who put into t x and the appearance of their farms show court have a habit of crowding into the ecution the belt around the world for it They are blessed with good roads bar during the sitting of the court The the temperance cause She has been a and most evtry farmer has a telephone bar is reserved for the law era and other power for good in this world and has left in his house officers and tbey are very much put out it a rich legacy to be transmitted through sometimes by seeing outsiders run in all ages At tho Lancaster sale last week corn and occupy all the seats Judge McSo fir I am for John Young Brown for sold at 45 40 and 47 cents per bushel at Beath ordered ttie Bherlll one day last Governor What has a Governor to do the crib other things in proportion A week to move out all those who were with the financial question Give us a piece of 30 acres of corn land rented for not niembt rs of the court Democrat I might possibly sugg at 120 cash rent Assignee Hamilton greater choice but immediately The town trustees will pass an ordisays the estate will pay 100 cents on the nance probably at their next meeting Hon Chep zi Wathen wculd talk abcut dollar There was a large crowd In at directing the Fiscal court to lay a brick Fossils and slch liko John Young tendance and everybody seemed to have pavement around the jail This is as it Brown made us a good Governorand is plenty of money The property is badly in a Democrat should b need of it both to Improve its appearThe Greek supper was given and most Govkknmknt officials are trying to ance and to aid pedestrians to get around successfully by the Baptist ladles A work out the cause of the disaster to the it The commissioners made quiet a slight indisposition kept me at home battleship Maine in Cuban waters but blunder too when they built a rough but I have had glowing accounts of the so far they have reached no satlsactory plank fence around tbo property instead muBlcal program and of the supper The results Officials at Washington are In- of an iron one The jail cost over 11000 girls looked stunning I am told in clined to believe that the trouble was and the attachments about it should be the flawing Grecian robes The receipts tho result of an accident which is most in keeping with it Some folks believe were large I am indebted to my friend likely true from all accounts Marine that it ought to be inclosed with an iron Mrs Bland for dulicloua cake and to the men are now at work at the sunken ship fence and then have the yard beautifully Committee generally for courttsy trying to ascertain if possible the cause sodded and set with borders of exquisite We are told by good authority that in Wo may know later ross and the thing would be complete of the explosion order to lift up the mind and heart ac- Â¬ regard to it something definite in The law in criminal cases requires the ceptably to Gd that they must be de jury to be kept in charge of the sheriff tached from anything carnal for inAn important insurance case was up when any one is being tried for murder stance from money or the honors or for trial before Judge McBeath at liar This was the case in two instances during who has in his hiart patsions of any Mr Moore who this term dinsburg last Monday something very unusual kind dislike envy unfoigiveness we bought the old ones Mercer property The sheriff and his deputy and the are told they contract the heart no love near McDanlelu this county had it all twelve men are n quired to room togeth- Â¬ of the world must enter Mr Editor 1 destroyed by fire last summer do car- Â¬ er One of the jurymen said last week wonder whom we could find that could ried a policy of insurance in the Con- Â¬ that he didnt specially enjoy a part of pray Let us hunt for a needle iu u hay Â¬ tinental for about 1500 lie sued the tho service rrquired of him He was stack juet as well company to recover the loss but they compelled to sleep with Burton one Let those that stand take heed less allege that he had not paid the premium night and the sheriff was so heavy that No community no individuand the policy was therefore void Mr the next morning found them on the they fall al no paper no association of any kind Moore eajs that he offered to pay the floor bed slats bedding and all He premium when it was due but found no felt that he was lucky to escape with his ever built up a reputaton by striving to tear down another they only strip one to receive the money life themselves of dignity and tucb efforts are alwajs ineffectual in the end simply We Lave a railroad runnlrg to our 9100 Reward 8100 bi cause they have no basis of their own Capital city of Hardicsburg And it Is Tho readers of this paper will be pleased It is best to think twice before throwing an actual fact that a mans life is in more danger getting from the depot to the to learn that there is at least one dread stones at any enterprise similar to ones ed disease that science lias been able to own and it is best to exercise that high Â¬ Court House than it is traveling a est of the virtues Christian charity judg Â¬ cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh 15 mileB over the railroad all on Halls Catarrh Cure Is the only positive ment account of the miserable road or street to the medical fraternity Politicians are not by themselves one has to go over after lie steps off the cure known Catarrh being a constitutional disease when it comes to Ingratitude Mr train It seta s to us that self pride if Editor the world is full of friendship nothing else ought to stir the people of requires a constitutional treatment is taken internally Halls for a purpose or reciprocity business or that good town to the importance of a acting Catarrh Cure blood and directly on the mucous as John Rbea explained it You pat my good roadway from their station The surfaces of the system thereby destroy Â¬ back and Ill pat yours Yes I wish idea of a four horse wagon bell g stuck ing the foundation of the disease and some folks would look through other in a mud bole on one of the main by building eye glassts while they are talking about thorough fares of that town is a sight giving the patient strength assisting nature trusts combina- Â¬ corporations not calculated to impress strangers when up the constitution and in doing its work The proprietors have tions sydlcates so trumpet like they go there so much faith in its curative powers Two people for instance can seek to that they offer One Hundred Dollars for form one of the above named Cos if HARDINSBURG any case that it fails to cure Send for they can drum up followeis What is lists of testimonials the Louisville Dispatch but a corpora- Â¬ L H k W TIME TABLE Address FJ CHENEY Co Toledo O tion with the Legislature to force pay Â¬ 601X0 HIT l Sold by Druggists 75c ments of stock Pautngtr Dally rr Uardlniburg 727 m Surprised is a friend of mine that I BRANDENBURG SOUS WIIT should advocate seeing the play of La Totca Do I know the plot the role she Pu tnier Daily arr Uardlmbarllt6i pm Most assuredly 1 Theres a fine boy out at the home of asks in a letter Mr and Mrs E Bondurants also know what Fanny Davenport has The grand jury returned thirty nine Mrs Mason McMoniglo of Owensboro done to re model as it were over haul if indictments you please so as it can be witnessed Wlsited relatives here last week Miss Alllene Murray is visiting Mrs girl baby has come to bless the without the blush martling the cheek M II Beard JfAllttle How much better is Cleopatra Lewis Kincheloe has a clerkship with home ol itev J W Iftsson and wife EastLjnne Trilby Camilla Mrs J Woolfolk is visiting Mrs G B F Beard Co When you draw the line draw it sharp II Carpenter and Mrs II O Woodson Allen Dean of Offensboro is attend Â¬ and keup away from all plajs of a thrillMisa Ella Hendrick was the guest of ing dramatic nature ing court here this week Itev Itoht Cox continues quiet ill at Mrs D M Duncan and attended the Yes the Louisville Post la partly Greek supper brother Sneeds residence right as regards Generous Grover and Joe Hendrick has gone to the Lone that good deed towards the old Jersey Miss Lizzie Board has been ill for sev Â¬ Star state to seek his fortune and we do farmer but lets see abcut it Grover eral days and not able to be out wish him prosperity and success redeemed the old home kept the old Born to the wife of Ell Pile Harned Capt Slgebee lias shown an admirable couple on it then what Mr Cleve Friday the 18ih a ten pound boy disposition while President McKinley land will keep a herd of cows and poul Miss Eula Miller was in town Jest Sun Â¬ has shown as much conservatism try on it to eupply his own handsome day the guest of Mrs M H Beard Canght on the Run in the last Princeton home True he stems be Â¬ Mr Carwile who killed a man at Mc weeks Meade Messenger was good bet- Â¬ tween the old folks and eviction from Daniels two years agi was acquitted in ter best Give us another Mr like most all the Roaster their home but the Circuit Court taut week Valentines day Washingtons birth Â¬ world he reaps some benefit from his act Tom Withers sold ten head of young day and Ash Wednesday followed In of charity cattle last week at four and a half cents close procession All days look The two chief events of the past ten alike He is fe ding twenty head more days have been the lealgnation of Senor hero Street lamps Mr Editor twenty five de Lome and the trialof M Zla Both Dr Dim peter of Glendeane was here one day last week His friends here telephone boxes Progressive if you are marked by dramatic and sensational please and are expecting greater achieve- Â¬ features and both are full of moral in- Â¬ were glad to see him out again struction The balanced good sense of Itev Father Gabe has had some valua- Â¬ ments Â¬ A preacher whose name I did not the American people have been shown ble improvements made on the Catho lic church property in the way of new learn will preach to night Monday at in strong contrast to the excltt ability of the Baptist church and lecture on the French and both show at last how as fencing individuals and nations we depend not Two murder cases took up nearly all Holy Land Tuesday night upon what we many do but upon the of court last week The civil the time Dr J It Dow dm Is herefrom Sebree business is on hand this week The to move his family this week He Is wisdom and Roodness of God Let us as Democrats as Southerners be court will probably adjourn Saturday much pleased with his new location and careful how we talk about Federal went to Louisville last Sat has been busy in the dental line O L Tate That Goebel election bill Mr A 0 Burton got up a large crowd Force Law urday to be sworn In as deputy U 8 Tate served four years In to see Fanny Davenport in Cleopatra Marshal Mr this capacity some years ago and made a and La Totca Worldly Of couitej very But we are of this earth earthly fine record as an officer Babbage has rendered John S Hhea says the silver men will Commissioner If especially true ot Hoods nils or no medi a settlement of the partnership accounts sweep the country at the coming fall cine ever contained to great curative power In Miller and Silas Lillard elections while Senator Blackburn tells ao imall apace Tbey ure a whole medicine between P 8 allowing the plaintiff Judgement for us Bryan will get 10000000 voUs in 1000 The Court sustained 350 with coss The May Festival promises a long list of attractions Some of the worlds the report I R-- Moreaun was on the trala gnatest living artists will be heard Will hut week retuntlBx from a visit to Owens will take the music class up to hear the ehcit ultra a ready ul way eMctont ulwuye iat bete Hie friewde are glJ to see bin Wagner program prevent a feowiag his health glB Mr More - Mr W P Ashcraft will have a com lateetorrieure all liver cnkl or ever Ilia f will annd moatbs meacemeat for the county graduates on itekaa4MhJtuiullcMMUfUon U we bmm tblake be TtttMir nib to laks with Hood aWMpariUt l ifloefck tltta B4ity Un 4MetaM Mwob lath at the Court IIqom The vBreckenridge News A common SIX PAGES COM and common carolossnesa can mako a combination Btrong enough to defy all tho healing skill of tho physician Common carelessness lots tho cold root and grow Common carelessness Â¬ Bays botwoon paroxysms of coughday or ing It will bo all right in a two and tho common end is con- Â¬ firmed lung trouble porhaps con- Â¬ sumption LADIES gotten the fact that right here at your very thresh- Â¬ A old you can set ail article J for about l 4t the price you are in the habit of paying your Shoer on 4th A e in Louisville Ky and at the same time going to a great deal of trouble and uncertainty of securing from them just what you want This need not be WE ARE OFFERING TO YOU Â¬ id a Have you given us a thought Have you for V -- Â¬ Â¬ ment of a It doso of Ayers Cherry Pectoral is tho most efficient and roliablo euro for colds and coughs and is con- Â¬ stantly prescribed by physicians 8 Hatnes MD Tho common sonso treat- Â¬ common cold is a prompt Earanac N Y says in Bizes ranging from 1 to 3 1 2 A B 0 and D lasts for 7 BO SOO and 125 that are usually sold among the best shoe dealers in the country at 3 4 and 5 and if you will take into consideration the fact that tho above shoos were bought for A MANUFACTURERS LINE OrSAMPLE SHOES Â¬ in my 1853 and have always found practlco since it reliable for the cure of colds coughs and I have used Ayers Cherry Pectoral te wlde-a-wak- p all lung diseases Ayers Cerrg Pectoral is now put up in half sizo bottles for half prico GO cents you know which is arousing such Intense opposition among leadeis In both wings Kentucklans are freemen and will not submit without remonstrance to such an utter disregard the of peoples rights Mr Goebel is a man of much ability but he is presuming most too far upon the Leg Â¬ islature of our state especially if he has gubernatorial aspirations Do I think a young girl should read Hall Calnes Chrjstian I will answer that question by asking you my friend do you think an immature min should read that classic David Copperfleld Or which is in everybodys library or Scarlet Letter Hawthornes On the Trilby Adam Bede that fine German work Heights Or many translated into our language No if I had my way of Ouidas works an immature young mind should never read one single book of them all The pride of our Navy is no more The waters of the Havana harbor formed her winding sheet and the murmur of We all deplore the waves requiem the fearful tragedy We deplore the r flection upon our Navy Department Our own United Slates wants to know however we all as individuals want to know whether the Maino was blown up by her enomies or from spontaneous combustion bo we do not and cannot censure Mr Mason of the Senate for urging an investigation by Congress and wo fail to see bow it could interfere with the Navy Department Wo cannot see when the sensational comes in Secre- Â¬ tary Long may be honest in his opinious but we want substantial proof that it was an accident and not treachery Peo- Â¬ ple of this enlightened country demand a reasonable hypothesis at least from the Secretary I for one am like Senator Mason if I were at a table next to a Spaniard I would want a stiletto con- Â¬ venient A few mouths ago Mr Byron Every of Woodstock Mich was badly pfllicted His right leg was with rheumatism swollen the full length causing him great suffering He was advised to try Pain Balm The first Chamberlains bottle of it helped him considerably and the sesond bottlo efle cted a cure The 25 and 60 cent sizes aro for Bale by A It Fisher Cloverport and It A Shollman Stepheneporr 1 1 Mitchell Philadelphia Pa and Trimby from Laird Shober Brewster Shoe Co N Y tho best LADIES FINE SHOE MAKERS in the country Rochester you will readily perceive that you are missing tho chance of your life to secure a FINE SHOE FOR ALMOST NOTHING Lay aside all prejudice and come and see them even if you do not wish to purchase We will make you welcome SPOT CASH AT 1 4 THEIR VALUE Â¬ an-oth- -r Â¬ CLOVERPORTS LEADING STORE FREEDOM Health is good in this locality Farmers are all through burning plant beds Tho Fowler Bros aro building anew barn Ed Hook made a trip to Ball town yes-Â¬ terday Mr 0 Klnnlfson has had quiet a siege of the sore eyes Rev Bozarth filled his appointment at this place last Sunday Will Hook was tho guest of Miss Nan nie Johnson Sunday Ed Hook contracted last Monday a lot of staves to the Cooperage Co Mr Pate Haynea who has been down for quite a while with hie back is able to be out again Misa Mary Meador of Uardinsburg has been yiaiting in this neighborhood for the past week Rev J 8 Brear preached a very inter- Â¬ esting sermon at Mr G T Hooks last Wednesday night Ed and Bob Hook are making quiet an improvement on their place they purchased last spring Mr R M Davis has come to tho conclusion that there is no girl for him and will now keep bachelors hall What pleasure is there in life with I Â¬ ft I Â¬ bssssssvbsssssssssssssssssssssssS I ptusji M Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ IvJ Unquestionably the Monarch has sus- Â¬ tained the honor of being the only comfortably fitting shirt now offered Shirts SOO Â¬ Â¬ We have secured the exclusive pgtncy of this well established brand of Shirt and Collars Tbey bear tbo reputation of be- Â¬ ing the most durable perfect fitting and lasting shirt on the We handle a beautiful line of dress plain and plait- Â¬ market ed white shirts which retail for and The noted SSO ot ARROW BRAND COLLARS are gems to wear We are prepared to give you most any stylo shirt wanted and would be glad to spend a few moments in talking the matter over V a headache constipation and bilhousness Thousands experience them who could become perfectly healthy by using De Witts Little lEarly Risers the famous little pills Short Haynes GUSTON Mr and Mrs Z T Stlth of near Bran Â¬ denburg and their guest Mrs Robert Saunders of Louisville were in town last week shopping Mrs Jim Hardaway of Stltha Valley accompanied by her sister Mrs Galla- Â¬ gher of Nebraska are visiting relatives in and near Versailea Ky Misses Annie and Ella Robertson ac- Â¬ companied by their uncle Charley An- Â¬ derson were viniting in the city last week the gueets of Dr Smith and wife Third Street Gto J NefT while putting up the telephone line from Irvington to Garfield last Friday fell from the ladder to the ground a dstance of 15 feet jarring him considerably he was otherwise unhurt Mr JetBS S Jones of Sedgawick Kan Â¬ sas and Mies Jewell Carycroft were married at St Martins church last Tues day The groom is a son of Mr Wm Jones formerly of this ouuty and the bride is the daughter of Mr Frank Cray crc f of near EkronT Miss Oraj croft was one of Meades most beautiful joung ladies and her many friends hate to see leavo for the west whero Mr Jones is enguged in business At 5J0 oclock p m last Sunday two men stepped into the hotel at this place and the laigo man bytheuameofMcVay pulled out a ten dollar bill and slashed it very carelessly around the room and Mr Pickerel the hotel man says right latge bill for change and McVay an Â¬ swering said I have a flve ouiht If you want ono latgr meaning that he also had a 50 bill Twenty minutes after Â¬ wards the telephone rang calling Mr men who Pickerell and describli g robbed Mr Billy Vessels near Rhodella X worth of 8000 in money and about of Jewelry Includlrg a gold watch the call was from Sherill Rhodes He then aud there ordered Mr Pickerell to arrest the twq men and have them sent to Weldon Station and that ke Rhode would meet them there So Mr Picker Â¬ ell ar oated th in put them iu charge of Kyle Adkisson and Tom Pollock and started them on the train for Branden Â¬ burg The sheriff failed to meet them at Weldon Station so the deputies with their prisoners boarded one of the hacks that runs from the station to Branden- Â¬ burg and Jot the large man with the money jumped from the hack and made his escape through the darkness Hie reason Mr Pickerell did not search the ufvu here was tlai It was so near trala time and he also thought that Sheriff RhouVs would meet them at Weldon wbleh is the a oond station from here h mosey and valuables aud there The small mans name w McOlare f rr VAti riir l i 1 All Mail Orders Given BIG SPRING Prompt Attention TT Â¬ Much in Little Â¬ Hoods Mr Geo Hays representing Wra Ross dealer In farming imp temenls called on Doran k Martin our hardware merchants last Saturday and sold them a bill Miss Anna Sutzer of Glendale who has been visiting Misa Jlallie Craj croft returned homo last Saturday Itev Lee of the Baptist Theological Seminary filled the pulpit at the Baptist church last Saturday and Sunday Dr Strother was in Brandenburg Jast Monday on business Miss Ljdia Olarkeon who has been visiting friends in Louisville for seyeral weeks returned home last Tuesday Itev Walton is carrjing on a protract ed meeting at Ilowels assisted by II v Ne waom whojbeld a meeting ho re during the holidays Miss 01 lie May Olarkeon has returned home from Louisville where she has b en visitirg relatives S veral of our citizens attended Mr Ln casters bbIh last Thursday Mrs Stella Siilh of Elizibethtown Is here visiting relatives Mis Wm Adams and Mrs Jim Olarkeon Alex MiCanp of J3 zibethtown was here Saturday There is considerable talk of a tele- Â¬ phone line from here to Brandenburg by the wap of Ekron When it is completed we will be connected with the three county seats Mr John D Meador who went to Louisyille to clerk for Straus Wyle Is home on the sick list Ben Clarkson Jr was In Elizabeth town and Louisville last week Frank Hardin and Mies Ora Walton were in Vine Grove last Monday E W Jones and family left for Hen Â¬ derson Monday to vslt his wifes moth Â¬ Â¬ sbTa st i m ti m 31 X A sal LORADO ZI FRONT 2l IN BACK li IN 5 lXi - VESTS hr The Chance of Your Life TO ENTER BUSINESS The Entire Stock Will be Sold Cheap THE STOCK EM BR A CES ft to General Merchandise The Store House WILL ALSO BE RENTED W H BOWMER CLOVERPORT l SON KY 1 er G A Meador Jr attended tho stock sale atIrvipgtoa last Monday One of the best opportunities in your life to secure stock such as bones rattle sheep etc will be at the sale in Irving ton SaturdayMaroh 5 Dont uIsh this sale McGlothlan Bland Pills IllMMItffiamiB ri ftf Ttf tTllHOQXliKEj jj st OAl LDWKIXt PEPSIN1 IPATtON A THK BEKOKENRIDGE NKW8 Breckenridge if OLxOVBlRPOELT KY A News NEW BETHEL CHENAULT John tobin lias a very sick child Mr John Yates is very low with ty Â¬ Sliver Democrat X it u PlfcH - - m m e t Misses Mlllisea and Nelle Miller made a visit to this neighborhood last week Mrs Donnle Sherron is the guest of BEWLEYVILLE her father Mr Austin Pate for a few days Held over from last weed Mr Adrian Hawkins and Mlsn Cora ErnetlneDrury is Yieitlng in Irving Jordan were guest of Mr and Mrs ton Clovis Walls Sunday Feb Uth Mies Macy of Gnt field tiaa returned to Everyone seems to be preparing for a ker borne Urge crop of tobacco this season Quite Mies Lena Drury left for Brandenburg a lot of plant beds burned last week Wednesday Miss Nellie Elder and brother Albert The prevalence of colds almost amounts were guests at the Willet home after to an epidemic quite an extended visit in OwenBboro Some of the girls hereabouts aro de The socials recently given at tho homes veloping their social qualities of J L Jordan and Mr Uendrlck were T J Jolly Overton Blarjford and Thou well attended and mucii enjoyed by all Cain were at Irvington Sunday School closed at this place Friday Feb Mr and Mrs Galloway of Irvington Ilth Notwithstanding the unfavorable visited Mr and Mrs Glen Hardaway weather quite a number attended last day to hear the closing lessons and enjoy Sunday Mrs Piggottand Misses Blanche Jolly tho liberal treat Tom is a clever boy and Florence Cain attended the B V It and never does any thing by halves A handsome present Standard History of Q Saturday Feb 12th United States was given to Sallio and Some of the Bowleyville young people Frank Hawkins for faithful attendance aro invited to take part in the Meade County Teachers Association at Guston I have given Chamberlains Cough Feb 20th Remedy a fair test and consider it one of David Hardaway came out fiom his the very best remedies for croup that I home near Brandenburg Saturday to see have ever found One dose has always been sufficient although I use it freely all his friends but one in particular Any cold my child tin contractyield yery Ills head is level readily to thisWdiclne lean conscienThe B V R 0 has some business on hands that needs immediate action and tiously recommend it for croup and colds all the members are requested to be pre- in children Geo E Wolff Clerk of the Circuit Court Fernandina Fla Sold by sent attho meeting of Feb 20th A R Fisher Oloverport and R A Shell The Uev Donald M Grant pastor of man Stephensport Presbyterian church at Guston will the deliver a lecture at Bowleyville in the SAMPLE Methodist church Saturday Mar Otb at 7 oclock p m He comes at the There is one case of pneumonia fever invitation of the Epworth League and in town everybody is invited to attend Miss Lillian Lee Owensborois visiting Our Sunday School Superintendent made a new department to day appoint- Â¬ relatives here Mrs Will Jolly is visiting relatives in ing Cbas Drury Assistant Superintend Â¬ ent and also assigning him one Sunday Hardlnsburg in each month in addition to officiating M Miller and son Flnly were in in his absence This is a good move and Louisville last week we hope that new life and energy maybe Rev Robbius of Ilardinsburg preach- Â¬ brought in to the school by this infusion ed here Saturday night of new blood Our Superintendent took Verse Connor Rome Ind spent Sat- Â¬ occasion a few Sundays ago to laud his urday and Sunday here corps of teachers and afll erabut said little Mrs Eugene Connor spent Sunday or nothing about the organist Now I want to say she is always in time she with her parents in Rome Ind Mrs Frank Payne of WebBter is the always had a song ready plays with life and spirit and never misses a note or guest of her sister Miss Mattingly strikes the wrong one Who can beat it Miss Annie Bennett went to Clifton A visitor remarked recently that our Mills on a business trip last week school seemed like a large well regulated Miss Blancho 0 Moseley of Stephens family in which each member knew his port is teaching a private school here duty and did it Our Sunday school She has a good attendance and more never thinks of closing for winter but scholars are entering daily Â¬ keeps the even tenor of her way throughout the year Golden Rod There Is No Aboutlt Buoklen8 Arnloa Salve No question indeed with those who Tub Best Salve in the world for Cuts have used it but that Foleys Kidney Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fe- Â¬ Cure is absolutely reliable for all Kidney ver Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chil- Â¬ and Bladder diseases A R Fisher blains Corns and all Skin Eruptions Cloverport R A Shellman Stephens and postively cures Piles or no pay re- Â¬ port Gordon Hayjes Patesville E quired It is guaranteed to give perfect A Witt Hardlnsburg satisfaction or money refunded Price 25 cents per box For Sale by Short BIG SPRING Haynes WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 23 1898 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - GARRETT Mr J W Tewell was in Vine Grove Tuesday QBorn to the wife of Richard Prather CFb 3rd a fine boy Mr J 0 Crutcher went to Buffalo Friday to see his sister Miss Annie OBryau of Paynesville is visiting in this vicinity this week Mr and Mrs Hayden Miles baby died Thursday night after two weeks illness Mr J H Shacklett has had the tele- Â¬ phone from this place extended to his home Mr D W Burcli moved to this place We are glad to welcome last week them as neighbors Mr and Mrs Charlie Ritchie went to Irvington Wednesday Tiey were the guests of their Bister Mrs K ys Miss Minnie Douglas and Mies Delia Stills were the guests of Mrs Jeff Allen of Coon Holler Monday and Tuesday Mr Tony Williams and Miss Carrie Allen were united in the holy bonds of wedlock Feb 8h at Buck Grove We extend our congratula- Â¬ church tions if Hjl St- - fc AC fc MANY THINK when the Creator said to woman In sorrow shalt thou bring forth children that a curse was pro- Â¬ nounced against the human race but the joy felt by every Mother when she first presses to her heart her babe proves the contrary Danger and suffering lurk in the pathway of the Expectant Mother and should be avoided that she may reach the hour when the hope of her heart is to be real- Â¬ ized in full vigor and strength MOTHERS FRIEND reSSSSMnilK1Tr so relaxes the system and as sists Nature Gabe Meador Jr has roturned from Ilardinsburg Miss Hortense Miller is visiting Miss Emma Stith of Maize Grove Rev Hesson of Brandenburg passed through here last week enroute to Leitcbfield Mr Coppage of Leltchneld was here last Thursday looking at the hotel with a view of buying Mr Pierce Hardaway of Bowleyville was here last Wednesday and took din Â¬ ner with Dr Strotber Miss Jenn Hardin and Miss Charolette Herndon were the guests of Mrs Ben Clarkson one day last weok Mrs Davis of Missouri who has been here the past month visiting Mrs Dur- bln left for her home Monday Miss Maud Doran one of our prettiest and popular young ladies is visiting her aunt Mrs Allen of Oloverport Dr Judy representing the G F Har Â¬ vey Drug Co of Saratoga Springs N Y called on Dr Strother last Saturday Misa Etta Gross and sister Miss Mattie of Vertrese were in town last Thursday shopping and dined wtth II Meyer Mrs Guy Meador and Miss Daisy Meador were in Cecilia this week the guests of Mr Jess and Mis Mary Harl Mr Bob McGuflln representing W H Newman Co wholesale groceries was here Saturday calling on our merchants Messrs Doran Martin have now opened their hardware store and would be glad to have their friends call when in town Rev Hartford and wife of Vine Grove were the guests of Bro Walton and wlfo last Wednesday and Thursday He preached for us Wednesday night Mr John Meador Jr who has been clerking for Jacob Jc Meyer has resigned his position and accepted one with Wyla Strom grocery store in Louisville Messrs Story and Allen two membors of the salvation array gave a lecture at the Methodist cburchlast Tuesday night and illustrated it with magio lantern Views which was very good 1 I tt K GmiHsaptioB Positively Cured Mr R B Greeve merchant of Cull takes nlace without Nau howie Va certifies that he hai con A SbbbbT sUB UfUsf sea Headache ftuaptloa was given up to die Bought or all medical treatment that money could TM aMuCmnksk Nervous mBSShBT I Gloomv Fore- - procure tried all cough remedies he boding of da- Â¬ could hear of but got bo relief spent ncer and the many aighta sitilBg up la a chair was is robbed of its pain ladoood to try Dr Kings New Discovery Irving hour and suffering as so many happy Mid wu cured by use of twa bottles Fur put three attending mothers have experienced to kwlDMS andyears ba Kings New says Dr Nothing but AWlws Prk4 does Discovery itj ike graadeat remedy ever this Dont be deceived or wade as it baa doave so ranch for blm else persuaded to use anything and also lor otltera la hU eosmunlty Mt4fcrsytitr It Dr Kiags New Dlaeovery lagu araateed tuft WfcitowrtgM 1W 5JwtHklS allCo agstosasrs WW or Ooagba Colds and Cowuwpiipo It A prM on re-Of druggists at Meo or wnt by fall Regular tJie M oenU aa4 Clovrportj R A 6hll pfprlot Writ lor book oonulatn valua- - dont botte uoK k rJayuM man Stopbtiunort Gordon fc Hayn iBfornuttioa for all MotMra Malta Ire DrMgiaU Hrti St Fsittvill Ta sVsstttU Btftdatar 8 i Witt HwdiMb ug that the nec essary change bn atives in this vicinity has returned to his home in Redileld Iowa His nephew Leo Bandy accompanied him W L Bandy visited his sister Mrs Tom Triplett near Bewleyyllle last Sun Â¬ day and met with his uncle Joel Jordan He says ho looks well and almost young again Glad Tidings to Asthma Sufferers Those who failed to attend the closing Foleys Honey and Tar gives quick exercises of our ecIioqI at Sandy Hill and positive relief in all coses A R Friday night missed a rare treat indeed Fisher Cloverport R A Shellman Recitation dialogues ect most ably pre- Â¬ Stephensport Gordon Haynes Pates Â¬ sented by the pupils and all acquitted ville E A Witt Ilardinsburg themselves with honor to themselves and teacher RAYMOND Every one in this vicinity will be de- Â¬ lighted to hear that Charlie Anderson Mr Sam Basse tt has been appointed says lie never intends to witness another postmaster at Preston chicken fi lit It will be agood example Mr John Brown and wife visited Mr for the young boys of our neighborhood and Mrs Ralph Knott Sunday How sad it is to see men of families go Â¬ Mr Aaron Norton who has been quitd ing to such places sick for sometime is convalescent Mr Henry Nevitt and family have The Most Fata Disease moved on Mr Alex Hendrys farm It is not generally known that more Mr Ervin Squires is still confined to his bed but seems to be slowly improv- Â¬ ndulta die of kidney trouble than any other disease When tho first symptoms ing of this disease appear no time should be Mrs Henry Basham of Lodiburg lost in taking Foleys Kidney Cure ylsited her sister Mrs Len Cashman which is guaranteed or money refunded Tuesday A It Fisher Cloverport R A Shell Miss Angle Chappell who has been man Stephensport Gordon Haynes visiting relatives at Concordia for about Patesville E A Witt Hardlnsburg three weeks came home Sunday Mr and Mrs J F Claycomb returned Speaking of Dreams from Ohio county Saturday after a very pleasant visit of about two weeks For sometime the Louisville Post has Mis Rhoda Thornberry Mlsj Minnie been runing a dream column and many Mills and Mr James Wiles of Sirocco people have read it Tho superstitious wero the guests of Mr Alex Hendrys read it because they belfovj it and the family Sunday educated read It because they desire to Rev Deter of the Louisville Seminary see how silly the other kind are However Mr Jamas Moorman of this filled Rev II W Englishs place at this church Sunday He preached two very city tolls of u double dream which once occured to himself and his partner and interesting Bertnons Mr and Mrs Bsztl Argabrigbt have which proved both true- and profit- Â¬ moyed to Lodlbuig They bought a lot able This mental illusion is not entered Â¬ there and are having quite a mansion in the Posts contest hut the dream editor may send us the prizs if he so de Â¬ built also a blacksmith shop sires The followiug Is the dream in Mr Misses Laura French and Nellie Shaw Moormans language Messrs Ocar French Clarence Payne In 1850 I was mining in California and Will Allen were the guests of the and had a partner named Isaac Cooper Misses Hendry the 6th Saturday and One day ou our way to from Missouri Sunday in January camp we passed a tree that had been There was quite a crowd entertained cut down We of course only gave the at the hospitable home of Mr and Mrs fallen oak a passing thought and went ilenry Claycomb Sunday Those present homo and went to bed Ntxt morning were Mr and Mrs Basil Aigtbrlght Mr when we awoke I raised up on my elbow and Mrs Moigm Chappell Mr and Mrs and said Ike I drcampt there was Amos Mattingly Messrs Hardin Pollock some gold under the stump of that tree and Fred Claycomb we passed last night And I had the J dream said Ike 11V THE WAY BID YOU KNOW same d Well we got up and hustled break Â¬ That politeness Is the flower of human- Â¬ fast mighty quicks Ike was awful slow ity usually but that mornirg he fried the That Albeit Knotts favorite song is bacou in 1 0 So we went down and dug I whittle and wait for Katlo up the Btunip and took out exactly four That the more you think of boiih peo- Â¬ ounces of gold which biought us just ple the less you think of them even JO I There was probably more That a certain young lady sajs she further down but we didnt have likes Claycomb fir better than honey Â¬ the tools to prospect and its there yet comb maybo t2 That Miss Nellie Shaw likes the Ken Â¬ tucky people but says the French aie If Toa With to Be Well her favorite You must fortify your sjstrm against the attacks of disease Your blood must To Oeaiamstrvei bo kept pure yourstomach and digestive As an honest remedy Foleys Honey organs in order your appetite good and Tar does not bold out ialse hopes in Hoods Sarsaparrllla is tho medicine to advanced stages but truthfully claim to build you up purify and enrich your live comfort a ad relif in the very worst uioou auu give you strength it creates etuws and in early stasia to enVt a cure an appetite and gives digestive power phoid fever Ed Stallmann went with a ratt of logs to Tel City Tuesday Julius Dutschke went to Louisville Sunday with a And lot of turkeys Miss Una Sims who has been visiting relatives hero has returned to her home in Huntlngbttrg Miss Cordia and Hester Cnnorwiro the guets of Mies Molllo Stallmann Thursday and Friday Mr Guy Burcli is horns on a visit rom Louisville this being tho center of attraction for Mr Burcli Fred Dutschke and sister Mary and Dan Dick of Holt attended a dance at Mr Henry Stallmans Thursday night Richard Stallmann went to Louisville last week with a fine lot of stock He will also go to other points before his return Miss Molllo Stallmann and brother Richard and MUs Nannlo Brashear of Union county attended services at tho Catholic church at Derby Sunday Mrs Melllssa Cunningham is visiting hereon Onvcn Cunningham of Ilardinsburg She will also go to Irvington to Visit her grand daughter Mrs Will Gardner Miss Rabccca Owlngs closed her school last Thursday with a entertain Â¬ ment and a nice treat for the little ones Miss Rebecca will go South In a short while Miss Nannie Brashear who has been visiting her friend Miss Mollle Stall Â¬ mann for a short while will return to her home in Union county soon She has made many friends while here and all hale to see her leave Miss Rosa Mary Burch entertained at her home Saturday night several of her friends Those present were Mits Nan nle Brashear Zilpha Frymire Molllo Stallmann forest Frymlro Richard Stallmann and George Frymire All report a most pleasant time Quiet a swell affair occured at Mr and Mrs Henry Stallmanns last Thursday night they gave a dance in honor of their guest Miss Nannie Bra- Â¬ shear Those present wore Misses Nan Â¬ nie Brashear Madio and Jennie Cun ningham Una Sims Maggie and Bobble Brodie Zilpha Frymire Rosa and Mary Burch Mary Ford Lissa and Ida Speaks Anna and Mary Dutschke Katie Warren Cordia and Hester Cornor of Ddiby Mr and Mrs Clint Brodie Mr Earl Mattingly Fenly Cody and Ernest Buren of Concordia Will and Rason Magan of Derby Forest Frymire Davis and Willie Cunningham Fred and Gus Dutschke Dan Dick of Holt Alleweas Egart Bob Herman and Ambros 0 Bryan Jim Brodie Guy Burch Will Elder Richard All went home and EJd Stallmann saying they had a most pleasant time Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Kirk Ky Editoh Breckenhidok Nbws I noticed your correspondent from Ephesus who signs his name M W T seems to be from his talk a gold standard man Now Mr M W T I bti drmonitratei ten tlion ind Just wai t to say in regard to a statement tlmei that it is almost Infallible you made in speaking about a forty cent FOB WOMANS silver dollar that there was a tlmo when PECULIAR silver was worth 1 20 per ounce and 1 03 per dollar and that the cowardly WEAKNESSES act of 1873 that dropped sllyer from our Irrnrultrltlej and derangement list of redemption money and thus killing It has become the leading remedy the demand for silver was the cause of for thin clan of troubles It exert a wonderfully heallno itrengthen silver falling in price and that Mr Mc ing and toothing Influence upon the rnenatnial organs Kinley says In his letter of acceptance It cure whites and falling of the womb that it Is the intentlpn of the Democratic It stops flooding and lelieTts sap-party to pass a law to coin silver dollars of the same weight and finess of our pre- Â¬ sent silver dollars and make them a full legal tender UK cent dollar And do you suppose that any man would be fool enough to sell silver at forty cents an ounce when he could coin it into that kind of a dollar And again you say that money Is not a thing of legislation You seem very ignorant in regard to that matter You ought to look at our constitution and pressed and palnfnl menstruation For Changs of Life it is the best you will see that it gives Congress the medicine made It is beneficial right to coin money aud name the value during pregnancy and helps to bring children into homes barren thereof and If that Is not legislation Â¬ for years It invigorates stimu- Â¬ lates strengthens the whole sys then what is it 7 tem This great remedy Is offered Why will to all afflicted women Fiom your talk I presume you are a any woman suffer another minute Republican but just what kind of a with certain relief within reach t Wine of Cardni only cost nOOper Republican you are I am at a loss to bottle at your drug store know In 1888 when the Republican Tor adrtw n eatet rtquMng metal ttrtc Ion addmt giving ymptomt tht Ixiiiln platform had this money plank Were AtrUory Dtpartmenl Thl OuiltanoofitiXtiU teint Co Chattanooga Torn you a Republican The Republican party is in favor of both gold and silver W SMITH Camden SC tail Ri Mr wile uied Wlneol Cardul at home as redemption money and condemns the lor tailing ol the womb and It entirety curid her Democratic administration for demonltlz ing silver And again in 1892 when the Republican party was for the free coin- Â¬ age of silver and gold were you a Repub- Â¬ PLEASANT VALLEY lican then And in 1800 when it was for the single gold standard you are still A S Ashcraft Is able to be out a Republican I suppose And now my Billie Hendrick has moved to Ekron dear sir if you ever was a Republican Mr and Mrs II B Livers were the what kind of a Republican are you BlM ETA LIST guests of N Ilelt Sunday WW obcaeto CURECOHSTIPATION I 25 iANDY CATHARTIC lot ALL DRUGGISTS 50 eo RATES 2 PLR DAY- - Th tort tontr Hit Hotsl in ttw elt besltd I JOHNSON 5- - jouisville Ky m 9 - I TOOTH 9 ECONOMY A tootb may decay for years before It nclies It costs far less both in money and discomfort to take care of small envi ties than large ones Come any tlmo and have your teeth ex- amined No charge for It Wo will be at Irvington on Wed 1 nesday and Thursday after the fourth Monday of each month j C HARDIN WILDER Brandenburg Misi Ada Bandy is much improved after a Blight indisposition Steve Mills and4family speut Sunday with W Hardin and family Aunt Lzzie Mills spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mrs Elizabeth Brown W II Brown went to Custer last week to see his sister Mrs T R Bandy who has been very ill Mis Hale of Cloverport who has been the guest of her sister Mrs Sash Simons has returned homo Misses Sallio and Delia Hardin attend- Â¬ ed the dance at Mr Pikes last Saturday night and report a good time J S Bandy who has been visiting rel Â¬ Fatality oi Group Statistics show that thousands of in Â¬ fants 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 Foleys Houey and Tar been given them in time Can you afford to ba without it A R Fisher Clov- Â¬ in your household erport R A Shellman Stephensport Haynes Patesville E A Gordon Witt Hardlnsburg ROCKPORT SAW WORKS ROCKPORT IND Always Ahead For Fine Saw Repairing II Not One Complaint in Past Year of Our Work The many letters of high praise of our work is evidence that we are ahead of others Hammering large circular saws is our specialty and saws that others have failed on If you want satisfaction on work and prices wo guarantee it Address NiL jKEffiEr tWi lsmCf V tAA 3M Subscribe Now THE 3l M tl iii WEEKLY LOUISVILLE DISPATCH A STRAIGHT DEMOORATIO Rockport Saw Works Rockport Ind lnf tniiliTt A Dutschke WITH Son CO 220 Tenth Street BUCKNER TOBACCO WAREHOUSE iNCOKI ftRATED NEWSPAPER Endorsed by the last Convention as the official Organ of Democracy 313310 Chapel Street Ilct Main and Market mid 21 0 LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Special Attention Four Months Storage Free Given to Private Sales Independent Warehouse For the Free Coinage of Silver For the Chicago Platform For the Democratic Nominees For the Interests of the Masses All All Mark your hogsheads HUCKNR TOBACCO WARHOUSE Free Silver Is Good Free Speech Is Better am a free ilver man and my home I In Texas I am now a medical itudrnt at the Kentucky Schoolcf Medicine 1 left mv home In Tela lust fall one year ago and I think that I wu the moit In Â¬ veterate stutterer In the world I came to Dr O W Randolphs Voice School at 115 loplar street Memphis Tenn andl am prrud to iiy that he put me to talking a well as anyone the first day and I have not stuttered one time since and I advise all stutterers to go to see him at once He is at the Cap- Â¬ ital Hotel Kast Market street I oulsvllle Ky where he has a voice school or you can ko to his voice He has tine vnle trainers at either place and wlllguaranee 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Each Tuesday and Friday THE BEST PAPER IN AMERICA Events of the World TWIOE-A-WEE- Dally eicept Sunday 6 with Sunday mos 3 1 yr 6 8 ONE YEAR 100 6 MONTHS 50 CENTS ally six mos 4 I yr Address TUB DISPATCH Louisville THE GLOBE PRINTING CO Ky ST LOU1S MO V r w Mratn rue Just received New l pai Bargain pre Our Itcmiiant Bargain Counter l overflowing With good tiling Ludles we Invito you to inspect s Line of WALLPAPER NOTIONB Juit threuih taking Meek and they find they have teomanygeods oa haad aa4 have orders frwn headquarters ta Cut Prlcta anil Reduee Steek Read ear Cut Prloes Relaw 10c Curry Combs st 2jc Curry Combs at UN T Spool Cotton Htsvy Shoe Ortuh KniiungsuK 1 do horn Cellar Muttons nice Acron UMgnam foot Rojwrod Mule i 4a Ho 4c 80 j aHSOGKIES S Hh Shoes HHdHHbbors iSlbsfur Lrf god Oraen Coffee ie age Granulated Sugar f im ll s W cast Folks Tomatoes i W Ten M ArbuckU co Hen j lbs for jjc Childrens Rubbtts at Ladies Rubbers st Childrens Shots at Haby Shoes t Ladies Sample Shoes to pair Mens Hoots at lSflvs Sample Shoe S PA Igc 50c 10C Hun aud ClaihiHsr Hoys Suits wort it 00 at Hoys Hats worth 609 at mens urercoais wonn Aien uvercoais wgrin IIDMIS Mens Suits at Hravs Tea Strosws t4 taniM uvtfSHN I 1 u Jloo oc te one eoc ije Mens rim fntist Ho At 1 Jc flMI irpmbh 1 m Plying cSu M rf CAtf f00pr ARFlhr ilir Cap VftMst KImoI It to a0 Hoona Pilli are tha Uvnriia rmli oaUutrtlo stay to Uk may to optrtU v BRANDENBURG KENTUCKY hUfcfluek Ki -- 4 THiBi NEWS THE PRE5fDENTrS COUSIN John nampbeUs Remarkable Facial R semllancn and Visit to Mr MeKlnley A littlo old man who recently sat in ono cornor of tho lobby of a Washington hotel and unconcernedly puffed largo rings of tobacco sinoko into thoairubovo him attracted attention by his remark ablo facial resemblanco to President McKinloy John Campbell lives in Warren O whore ho is tho proprietor of tho Camp boll House Undo John is on a visit to Wash ington now and ho will bo hero a week or mora Of courso he has been over to tho Whito Houso to seo Cousin William and ho has received a standing invitation to call often said ho to a reporter Yes sireo William and I aro tho other evening My father and Wil- Â¬ doublo cousins liams mother wcro brother and siBter and my mother and his fathor worQown cousins Oh yes I do bear a resem- Â¬ blanco to tho president or to bo cor- Â¬ rect he bears n resemblanco to me for I am 13 years older Williams mother said to his wifo tho last time I visited them in Canton before she died that tho major looked more liko 1110 than any othor relativo ho had And tho majors wifo assented to with this too added Uncle John a merry twinklo of his eye 1 was born in Niles too I remom ber as well as can bo when tho major was born My mother was present and I recollect of her telling about the new baby over at Uncle Williams as wo al ways spoko of tho majors father When the baby was about a week old I was permitted to fcco him I was at that age that babies had very littlo attraction for mo I know I never for a moment thought that he would somo day bo president of the United States But ho is aud I am proud of him I was at tho funeral of tho pres- Â¬ idents mother in Canton n couplo of weeks ago William and Abner woro tho first ones to greet mo at tho door Theres nothing stuck up about Wil- Â¬ liam Ho always seems glad to seo me Uncle John Campbell has a son drawing salary from the present adminThis is Gcorgo Campbell istration who is foreman of a gang of men in tho street cleaning department in this city President McKiuley caused tho appointWashington Star ment to bo made Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ BHAbHRNRIDBl NEWS OlxOVRHPOR PONbS AND IRRIGATION KY J C BUSH D D S Office on 6th BRECKENRLDGE WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 23 18f8 IN BLENHEIM CASTLE Chicago Girl Describes Breakfast There Her First Heal of The Duke And Duchess of riarlborough Eaten Silence In riust Say What Duchess You Will Bed Eat -- The Room Is a Dream HER BUSY LIFE Ur I Tho news of tho rehabilitation Blcuhcim castlo and tho eplcudld schemes of entertainment in prospect thoro caused a young Chicago woman to give an account of har recent visit to tho Duko and Duchess of Marlborough in their bistorio palace Tho next morning after my arrival tho says I wont down a trifle lato and not seoing any ouo wended my way to tho dining room Tho tablo was not laid and there wasnt a soul in sight Turn ing about I wandered into the hall and seeing a footman asked him whero the family were breakfasting He led mo to a room near tho dining room and there about half the company of tho night bo fore and the duke and duchess wcro breakfasting in tho most nbsoluto silence I said Good morning to tho duch csa Tho duke was deep in his mail and ono or two others noddod but no ouo of Â¬ SHOOTING AT HUNTERS Thero seemed to bo no particular place assigned to mo so I sat near tho duchess Presently she asked mo how I had slept I sat at the tablo fivo minutes in absolute silence and no ono asked mo whether I would eat or not Thero wero no dishes of any kind on tho tablo except the plates pcoplo wero eating from At last tho duchess glanced up from a long letter evidently from America and seeing my famishing condition said You must say what you will eat Then sho continued her letter I revolved thissontenco in my mind I conned and parsed it I attempted to spell it if thereby I could grasp its meaning Was I to speak aloud and Bay I wish mutton chops and would thoy rise Aladdiuliko from tho tablo or would ono of tho distant footmen at tho Not for worlds sideboard bear me would I have broken that gloomy gla- Â¬ cial English silenco On my visits to friends in New York I bavo often re- Â¬ marked on tho taciturnity of Now Yoik era at the breakfast tablo and they havo told me it is bad form to bo chirpy and gashing at breakfast Ono must Bavo up for flro works at noon and night thoy toy I must confess I prefer things moro evenly divided Just hero my partner of tho night before strodo into tho room and without noticing any ono mado a straight lino for the sideboard whero ho seized a plate and pointing to a covered clmflng dish had the man servo him This gave me an idea so I sped across tho room and likewiso seizing a plate pointed to the chafing dish and was helped to some deviled dish Somo boiled eggs thou appealed to me as being moro familiar Then I grasped a crumpet and told tho man to bring mo somo ton and toast The sideboard was covered with all sorts of food game pie cold beef and queer looking things ami thero was a largo samovar When breakfast was about over tho duchess naked mo if I wanted to do any Â¬ thing particularly If not tho men wero going to shoot game uud she thought I would enjoy driving over or perchance bicycling So wo agreed to meet in her boudoir at 11 This gave mo an hour to put in aud I spent it wandering about looking at tho different views and gaz ing at family portrai ts and ohof d covros Tho duchess bedroom Ih a dream Tho walls and portieres aro of rose pink brocado also the bed hangings The bed stands high on a dais and tho draperies and valences are of point lace The floor is very light and highly polished and choice white skins aro thrown over it Her dressing tablo is draped with tho rose brocado and point laco and her toilet articles aro all of gold with diamond monograms Tho chairs are of white enamel upholstered in pink I never caw such a beautiful little placo Her boudoir is in a deeper shudo a dark rose and thero is a deal of old ma hogany in tho room On tho walls aro framed photographs of dear friends nud out flowers abound Why not with OS gardeners working all tho year Theduchcssisa busy woman Blen- Â¬ heim is never without a stranger or from 10 to 80 of them within its gates Besides these sho has a large correspond- Â¬ ence many charitable interests and tho people of Woodstock and tboir welfaro aro very near her heart My days at Blenheim wcro all much liko I could have a trap whenever I felt inollned to seo tho country uud could rest when I was tired It was qulto liko staying in a large hotel Somo of the 6I1W element left after a day or two and more young people camo who jollied things up a little in the evenings Instead of the interminable knitting con tests and the organ recital we bad ta Â¬ bleaux and charades and once skirt dancing was s feature Tho dukes sisters tho Ladies Lilian and Norah Spcnoer Churchill are very lively jolly girls I liked them Im w ely My first official act on tho second dsy qt Biy sUy at Blouheim was the r of knitting uoedles jHwefesse of s wonntaln of wool banks All biy Had Uiware hoars were pat in mastering instruments from that time Aud Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ spoke Curious Theory of the Condition of Ilom Icldes In the Woods Tho Maino hunters who havo shot at men under tho impression that they wcro deer have proved excellent marks men this year Though nono of tho hu man taigets was nearer than 200 yards and somo fully 1000 yards away of tho Â¬ Â¬ 18 died within a fow minutes and of tho wounded two will bo cripples for life A great ninny strange deductions havo been drawn trom thebo facts thu most iutcrehtiug of which is tho belief that shot at 14 have either fallen dead or the men who did the shooting know nt the time that thoy wero firing at a man and couldnt help it Nearly every homicido was a novico in doer hunting Ho wus mukiug his first trip after big gumo and vvus nerved up to a high men Â¬ tal tension in expectation of seeing game After hunting for a few hours under such a strain ho lost control of his muscles uud became an automaton aud shot at the first object that camo in sight If a deer chanced to como along at that time tho deer fell and tho hunt Â¬ er was applauded for his good marks manship aud if ho killed a man under the imprcbsiou that ho was shooting at a deer ho received a lot of sympathy for his misfortuno nud was asked how he happened to make such a fine shot More than half of tho homicides havo said that thoy felt thoy wero shooting at a man tho moment thoy pulled tho trigger though they had been suro it was 11 deer an instant boforo Tho realization of tho facts camo to them when it was too luto New York Sun Â¬ Â¬ tion to tho feasibility and advantages of Irrigation In this country tho supply of water for this purpose will nlwnys bo from storage by tho damming of streams or tho making of ponds or reservoirs Tho slzo of a pond necessarily deter mines tho breadth of laud possiblo to ir rigato In somo countries it requires more thau in others henco thoro can bo no tigid rulo applied as to tho amount Whero water Is used ns in dry and hot countries simply ns water Fjss is generally needed than in cold damp nnd northerly climates whero tho higher temperature and the action of tho water as manure aro of moro consequence Water for irrigating purposes is generally estimated by tho hour and gallon In Somo cases S00 gallons per aero In tho honr is sufficient In others ns high ns 28000 gallons is consumed Tho owner of the land must regulate tho amount by his observation and judgment Thus writes nu Iowa correspondent of Tho Prairio Farmer Following nro additional extracts from his letter Tho pond needs but littlo clovntion abovo tho land to bo wntcrcd Much of n fall would causo washing of tho soil In tho northwest tho nature of tho strata of soil is generally sufficiently compact to hold tho water All tho res ervoirs with which I am acquainted leak somewhat Tho water howovor is not lost A second and small dam can bo and is often built which saves the leakage and tho water can bo utilized as woll as that in tho principal reser-Â¬ voir My own cattlo prefor tho leakage to tho water in the upper pond To cement the bottom of n pond of n sizo sufficient to irrigato ten acres through July and Angust would mean considerable oxpenso Tho pipo through tho dam can bo mado largo say flvo inches After emerging from tho dam experienco will determine tho sizo of tho pipo for tho distribution of tho water Such a drought as often occurs would requiro water at lenst onco a week through tho growing season for vegetables for fruit trees from thrco to fivo times during tho dry mouths I should not want to try to irrigato moro than half an aero with my pond Tho dam is 103 feet long and tho depth when up to tho wastoway is 18 feet In length it is about 40 rdds and at tho head quito narrow Stock must bo wa- Â¬ tered nud evaporation is constantly go Â¬ ing on henco tho dry months of August and September lowor tho water a good deal Then ono needs fish nud they do hotter with deep water Again if wo havo n number of cows in order to do well with tho dairy products during tho summer and fall ico is necessary and that will consumo from eight inches to a foot of tho snrfneo of tho poud All theso items como into tho purview of tho avcrago farmer If ono had sufficient means to mako a dam which would hold 20 feet of water and of n sizo twico that of mine if also ho did not keep stock or put up ico or keep fish why I am inclined to bcliovo that ho could irrigato ten ncrcs onco a week through July aud August aud perhaps oftener When I say irrigato I mean saturato for n mero matter of dampness is not irrigation but in this industry men aro governed largely by local circumstances lay of tho ground kind of crops and va- Â¬ rious other things Now a dam to hold 20 feet of water should bo wido enough for n wagon road on top and 100 feet through at tho Iwttom This is for an earthen dam I know nothing hut what I have read of masonry built dams It is astonishing however how much dirt can bo moved by two teams and three hands in a day Tho dam should by all means bo built of dirt obtained from tho bottom If water forbids scoop out on tho sides The idea is to add to the capacity of tho pond Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ An Iowa Fanner Relates III Experience and Make 8u great Ions the recent drought has turned atten- Â¬ 35I2HXJ Lipvilll MARKET MWS J2J Henderson Houte TIim DMJUK Tho Leading Specialists of America 20 YlAHS IN OHIO Louisville Ky Feb with ihlpptra name and poit BUTTKR offlee 1898 StrHtCaiiitttH Jr Cnl In EfTeet No Shlpperi ihoald mark all paekagas plainly tddreei 250000 I CURED They onco of tlico nightly loiscis lroiluco wcaknos norvonncF a fooling I n mL1 I Main n J tt mnnm til U1VUI lllll If IH1U They unQt rt man for burinci married No matter Ufa and roclal jiapplne WDCluor caiiscu uj uin uuuii 111 uU vroaUnenor toxtial etccMca onr tmturnl New llotuod Treatment will positively 70a tiff WE CURE EMISSIONS i1mnnllIn flllor inlddlr a men than tho l nnal MedItii9rMi Creamery Choloe country - l It 0 4 14 0 18 Dentistry in all ita Dranchca practiced and all oporatlona performed In thn most fiklllful manner at prices to suit the tiroes Crown and Brltlge Work a specialty Teeth extracted Positively without rain hmt 20 97 41 No 44 Eait Bound Lt St Louis Kvansvllle enderson Spottaville Owenaboro Ilaneavflte Noi 310 328 400 460 610 526 667 617 730 4 715 788 65sm W5 756am 866pm Ircs 9 XQOB Most CompletoIleMtal Rooms U Frwh FEATHERS Prime white goeie Mixed Old No 1 dnek U6DI pOT Ih RoHtherH Indiana ll KJir 33S33K x POULTR- WzO J J8S0 0 10 8 4 00 YOU SHOULD I Brandenburg ArrLoulSTllte Cloerport Stephanaport Irrlneton West IJound 1007 10 45 1112 Mo f 03 622 003 821 1235pm 745 41 8 IS 9 IT a7 341 4 2 20pm 24 40 2i EMPLOY No 4J No 45 Lt H VU1UUU ltcmler vuii liMil liclo Early nbuto or later cxccuol may haro weakened you ou liipourO mar havo dlcnci you aro nobrafo till rural Onr Now Method will euro ycu You run no risk NO CURE NO PAY Id lb Spring Chlckeni per Dackl per lb deeie per dot Oloieng Senlca Snake fMft 2 None but the County Surveyor to do vour work He la the amhotlud Surveyor ol the Couotvi Is sn eipeirnced workman and knonshlabualnraa He ll alio Notary Public writes Deeds and takes Ackaowledgeniedts Charges always Keaaonable Loularille Brandenburg IrYlngton Stephanaport llOtm BOOTS Vounir Man You nro rale fcetlo nnd Imceanli tiervouJ Irritnlilo nnd ex Yo t become forgetful morofo cltablo and doepondentt blntclic nnd pimples sunken eyes wrinkled faeo utoopinfr form nnd thirnoift countenanoo rovcal tho ulcht c f yjur existence 4 tv 25090 ISQl 40 31 CURED Pink Yellow Wild Oinger Lady Slipper May Apple Blood U 3 S 1 CHINTZ ROYALTY COUNTY SURVEYOR HARDINSBUnOKY Address Owentboro SpottaTiile Henderson EranaTllle ArrSt Louis A I trains Cloterpott HawnMle HI 101 861 015 St 35 8 04 1185 12 17pm 0 47 10 10 12 40 10 40 115 460pm 823pm ecu 981 962 643 10 21 720 739 lore X 96 10 732 1148 12 23am 12 5 115 720 68 6 n 34 1 n r i I s uiir MiriUIl TllKATMUNT will I euro It Iho wormy votes return to their normal eoadiilou nnd henco the proer nourish roxual orcana r incnt Tho orjraiu becnino utaliteu nil drains or Infos ccato nnd unnatural No temporary manly powers return hrncfilr 1ut a permanent euro assured HP 11 or now nrjr y iu NfcW ujETPimiriMDiinrui if nunu VMniiUwbiu Vn inflrr lnw rorloiH vour caeo may 1 I inn v pure iiiiji FIELD flEKOS Timothy per auihel Clover per buihel Crlmion Clover per buihel BedToppej 35 A 3 10 buihel Orchard J ran per buihel fancy per btmhel Blue Orn Blue Oral extra per buihel Onion Eeti Yellow per buthel White HIDES t 1 45 10 8S The TAILOR J H Hunsche run through Solid to Evansvllls Through parlor cars and Pullman sleepers on all trains betwern Sc Louis Htanville and Louls tIIIs Numbera 41 and 42 connect at Irrlnglon for Fordsville and llardlnaburg dailjr except bundav II C MOItDUE A O P A LonlaTllle Ky J B S GoS W RY t 0 01 0 00 cum NO IAY NO NO TION Nli1 SAHY TION FllOl BUSINESS NO pIlUlA QreenOod DKTUN Wo trfvt nml pure K VIMI I LIB IMrOTKNOY luMfertlONti OliUnT Htlticf Ullli VAIULOCCLK BKM1 NAT MSdlA UlAliliil AND KID CONSULTATION NIY dhcascs CIIAKOE8 ilUIR JWUICI lUIIE If mahlo to call write MODUnViT for r Olli 8TI0M UbANK for HOME 5URES GUARANTEED Dry Salt good Dry flint good Sheep kin WOOL I4f 16 30 Vi 1 17 2S60 31 14 Tub waihed Burry Black TIJB TABLE Will be in Clover Trains leave Loulavllle as follows W port on the 2d and 4th Bft O St LouilnAtLWAY CInclnnatl and the and the West No No Lt Loulsvlla s ijan 605pm Friday of every month Ar Cincinnati 645am Ar Columbus 1105pm 1115am Ar ajam with tjpm Ar Washington 650 am li loam Ar Baltimore 2opm Ar Philadelphia j Ar NeyrVorlc Casper May Co i93onn Jjspm Ar Boaton Mo 10 35am 8 16 18 8 2 45pm 7 Pittsburg- - 1155am S55pm 7 50am 10 15am 3 1 40 pm oopm Barry and CoU MISCELLANEOUS I Tallow Beeiwax Sorghum IS 18 VA OANNELTON IND Nratn No 16 has elegant Pullman Buffet Parlor Car to Cincinnati and Drawing room Sleeper and 9 05pm TIIEAIIIJIIT Molanei FLOUU 33H Oft Kennedy Kergan m 122 W FOURTH ST CINCINNATI O GREGORY Wharfmasters CL0VERP0RT Local Agents CO KENTUCKY nigh grade patent Straight Patent Low Jradci CORN No 3 Mixed at itore No 2 White OATS No 2 White No 3 r No 2 Mixed OaU No 3 No 2 Long Berry Nu 2 Bed No 3 No 2 Weitern ONIONS Per barrel BACON 2 6 IS S 00 Steamboat Agents dining cars Cincinnati to Washington Baltimore Philadelphia and New York without cllange Train No 18 has elrgant Pullman Parlor Car to Cincinnati and Pullman Drawing room and dining cars Cincinnati to New York without change Train No so has sleepers to Cincinnati open at 9 oclock to receive pssiengeis 4 SO St Louis Springfield and tho West Ar Spring6eld 8 40pm 9 33am North Vernon accomodation leaves at T 15 a m dally Cnarlestown sccommodatlon leaves at 5 30 p ro except Sunday Trains Nos 16 so and 44 have elegant dajreoaches Pullman parlor and sleeping cars to St Louis 29K 30 IT 17 Ar St Louis Lv Louisville No so is 3000 s5am 640pm 8J3ra No 16 8opm No 44 719am IS 2S Homestead Fertilizer Company and YOU NEED A DAILY tandard Dealers In Oil Company WHEAT 1 98 98 95 51 TRAINS ARRIVE Doors Bash Blinds Yellow Pine Floor is as am 7 as a m is 15 noon fi 40 p m 3 so a m From West 7 se a m is 13 p m 6 40 p m City Ticket office southeast corner Fourth and From East BYE NEWSPAPER IT ONLY lS2tn 6 S COSTS A Hr To read OENTS A WEEK tyery day In the year Shoulder Clear rib ildes Clear ilde Lard In tierce ing and Ceiling Werfther Boarding Shingles Salt Lime Cement Laths Plaster Plastering Hair Plow Handles Bricks Etc Estimates Furnished for Buildings and Building Material 6 4K6 Main streets Depot Seventh and river For detail Information regarding rates time on connecting lines sleeping parlor dining csra etc K S BROWN addrras District Pais 4 Ticket Agent II O S VV Ry 4th and Main Louisville Ky or J M CIIESSIIROUOH General PeWneer Agent Cincinnati Ohio O B WARKEL Assistant General Paaaenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio The Louisville MOTHERS Say tw children escape that most annoy InB but most common chldhood com- plaint caused by deranged kidneys and weak urinary organ i In 35 years sales nota single report of a failure of BANK j J Louisville HendeffonSSt Louis RyCo TIME SCHEDULE Taklnsr Effect IDTO 4 01 M83flflclcUlnndijfla7 Wut Bound Traint 30 1857 Evening Post The Evening Post has the tout Bound frain Mall A 42 4 iWINTERSMITHSS S HAEDI1TSBUEG I J 13 Bucmf to cure this bad habit Winter smiths Buchu not only stops present as years success guarantees its value AU druggists and merchants sell It Arthur retcrCo Louisville Exprs Kxpra Pally 4f0pm fl Mall STATIONS Exprs Expr Daily Dally 1235pm 7 45jo 12 Market Reports IJState News a Frankfort News T hR K Washington News Short Stories f Womens Page Childrens Page 1 butchecKscertalnfuturemtseryandpaln Dally 730am 7 48 8 SI 8 21 8 35 8 42 8 61 uugi 1BUCHUI 8 dent to these diseases is instantly allayed by applying ChamWluins Eye and nny very bad cases Skin Ointment have been permanently cured by it It is equally efficient for itching piles and a favorite remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains frost bites and chronic sore eyes 25 ctsper box Dr Cntlys Condition Powders are just what a horse needs when in bad Tonic blood purlflor and condition They aro not food but vermifuge medicine and the best in use to put a Price 25 borso in prime condition cents per package i B J BEARD Preildent 6 03 6 40 6 48 6 63 6 CO IvUnn WILL MILLKR Vioe Preildsnt Q BKARD Oaihier W BEARD 1 MORRIS KSKRIDOB V M JOLLY R Â¬ 637 818 Olnetor 609 618 626 8 13 869 9 9 9 9 07 15 23 31 Tetter SaifHIicum anil Eczema The intense Itching and smarting inci- RATES By Mall Only 12 Months 200 6 Months 150 3 Months 100 1 Month INTEREST PAID ON TIME dEPOSITS 651 669 707 712 724 727 739 932 9 43 7 20 At the aw Office of 50 GLOVE FITTING COFFIN Wabash Intl Doctor Is Having Ills Cat bet llulll to Order Dr J HFord of Wabash Ind 85 years old has ordered his coffin built at the Wabash School Furnituro companys The Honeybee Active Life A contributor to tho Denvor Republic an who lias two big apiaries on his ranch near San Diego Cal gives in brief this account of a honey beos restless lifo A liivo or stand of bees contains tho Â¬ CLUBBED WITH THISPAPER Sample Copies Furnished On Application V G BABBAGE IN HARDINBBURO 7 43 7 64 961 956 969 1011 1014 10 35 10 43 West Point 11 f 0am 1145 Howard Wlllowdale 1135 Rock Haven 1128 Long Branch 1121 Brandenburg 1112 1102 Ekron 1063 Guston 10 45 Irvlngton 1037 Webster 1024 Lodiburg 1020 Pierce Sample 1015 Stepaensport - 1007 Addisoa -- 1902 Holt 969 Haweaville Petrie Falcon Lewliport Waltman Powers Pates Mattlngly Griffith Stanley Worthington Reads Spottaville Baaaett Owensboro Cloverport Shops SMllman 9 45 9 40 0 27 9 09 ptar Kentucky St 20 7 33 651 6 45 665 610 6 03 660 542 674 5 30 622 03 00 49 40 640 634 626 618 - tlS 516 5 5 4 4 804 812 818 833 1025 917 903 You Can Get A Deed Mortgage or any writ Â¬ 8 27 8 43 1049 1068 1105 1114 factory and Manager Lynn has under tukvu to meet the careful specifications A workman was called in nnd tho measurement of tho subject was taken Tho doctor enjoined npon Mr Lynn tho importance of having it not an inch too long broud or deep Ho wanted a glovo fit Ho objected to the conventional walnut mahogany and poplar stained to tho color of dark woods and proforrcd nunrrcr tawed white oak finished a natural color It is to havo a piano pol ish aud will have a plate glass top for the upper half aud tho interior will bo lined with whito goods Tho task of making tho casket was intrusted to one of the skilled cabinet men of thu shop Eury oy Dr Ford calls at tho fac- Â¬ tory to r Lifci vu tho progress aud mako snpgehtiptiB aud proposes when tho work is liuidied to take it homo with him though Ills friends hopoit will bo many yeirs before he will need it Chicago TinicdIIcmild Â¬ queen tho drones and the workers a total population of from 20000 to 25 000 boos This very good sized colony resides in a hlvo or wooden box In tho hivo nro n dozen frames 13 by 7 inches In these tho bees mako or deposit tho honey n foundation of wax having been first placed in each framo by the bee keeper t o that tho bees may havo something to build upon Tho houey is taken out of tho frames every other week dur ing the honey season Tho queen is an absolute monarch within her dominions Sho is tho undisputed boss of tho job Au ordiuary beo lives during tho work ing season only 45 days Young ones arc being hatched out all tho timo A beo goes to work at tho tender ago of 8 days aud hustles liko n veteran for 43 days Then it is juiit naturally all tired out I suppose for it dies Tho queen lives longer aud when a young qneen comes into existence iu tho hivo slip drives the old queen out Her loyal sub- Â¬ jects follow ber in her banishment and that is what makes tho swarm Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ k the Courier Journal Twice-a-Wee- If Its Worth Printing Will Print It And Every Democrat Evnr 11 publican Every Man Woman or Child who cm read will want to read it MEANTIME KlREIER TOTAKK OimCH NCEWITII THECONKHVATIVK Agriculturist All the Tendlnfr Features tlint have made this Journal so pupuliir are to bo retained the coming year aud many uew ones added MERICANT WJBOV ten instrument drawn Rent buy or sell a piece of land Collections made and remit ances prompt Copying done on the Call graph the best type writer in the world 1146pm 1161 1165 1202 1209 9 47pm 1217 95lorr 224 lUIQpm I240om 1 863 905 916 921 925 932 99 1125 8 64 8 47 8 38 133 4S8 419 413 4 U5am Trains Nos 41 and 4s make connection at Ir vlngton daily xcepl Sunday with trains to and from Hardinburg and Fordavllle Branch Only line running Parlor Cars between Louis ville Owenaboro and Ilenderaon Only direct line to the North and Eaat For furtbtr Information call on or addreaa Agenta or HC MOHDUE AO P A Lnnlavllle Kv wHit 7 38 7 31 827 818 807 802 753 762 745 863 820 01 3 44 8 S3 3 36 3 20 715 313 807 301 46p n ONLY 100 A YEAR 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE A Power for Good Moody flutter from Kidney Near unto DeulliM Old People Old people who require medicine to regulate the bow els and kldnejs will find IIaicltnrlH Ioor the true remedy in Electric Illtteis This modeino does not stlmualeand contains no whskey nor other intoxicant bpt acts as a tonlo and alterative It acs mildly on the stomtich and bowels add Â¬ ing strength and giving tone to the organs thereby aiding nature in the per Â¬ formance of the fnuctloi s Electric Hit Â¬ ters ts an excellent uppotiz r and aids digestion Old people find it jus exact Â¬ ly what they need Price flty cons and 1 00 per bottle at thnrt llaynes Drug Â¬ Store Maul V Icliliil by Abrulutn Lincoln Dr Cozzt U of Clifford Ind lias an old Uuli iluuI uml by ALruhum Liu col n for kplilting lolls during his boy Â¬ hood duys Tho doctors father borrow Â¬ ed the maul of Lincolns father during Abrahams bojhood duys when thoy wero neighbors in Illinois and never teturned it It is uow u valued rolia ITxchauge MfcrSVMltR Rondolph Iowa May 12 1840 DrFenner Dear Sir I I had kidney disease consumptlon of thebowels rbeumatUm and a dUcbarglnK bloody matter bad cough I from my kldneja and sbreda of fleeh and blood from my bowel I suffered much pain was very near death My wife bad female weakness We found no relief until we uied your Kidney and Backache Cure A few dose gareme relief and i bottles cured My wife took 3 bottles Sid U herself again X never knew a remedy tiottuncd of such power for good Our cases are a standing recommendation for It ber II L St L Rv Fordsville Branch An Ideal Farm and Family Weekly ns IJve Stock Dairy TIME TABLE Ns 0 DUMOCRA IS FIGHTING WITHIN THE Its Farm Such Horticulture loultryÂ¬ ing lAKTY TO HKFOrtM IT OK IIS hXCFSSK Market Hardening and TAKING EFFECT MAY 30 187 Trade Marks rSSlUriSa oller t0Plca- - written ty AND TO RESTORE IT TO ITS IlKTIEII West Bound Trains Dfbicns East Bound Train and Ruccaafiil USESIIUNTOIlllSUKANIOSUSFAlU rnvnlftUTS Aft- Farmers supplemented with Illustrations Dally Dally Dally I Dally description mar exSun exSun by able artists combine to make tt Invalu Anvona sendins a sketch and uSWIII ll IFIMIADllKhN MRK HEAL STATIONS exSun exSur qnleklv ascertain our opinion frea wbetber an j No 2 I No able to those who farm it lor a living N06 Nol WOULD II VE HKSUITED IN TIIKELKC Communica Â¬ Invention Is probsblr patentable The Lateet Markets and Commercial 1060am Iv Irvlngton Ar 9o0sm tions 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W WswUHjPwsk NY New York 52 Lafayette Place ivTtHaM Sckntsfic ri n I 1 r CojBJew DO YOU TRAVEL Price 00 a Year FREE 11 LoMe ai lmik J Useful Premiums MADE ME MAM lr iiaj 1 Paoket Line and Evansville SkhnvaVd 1 Â¬ ii --- mm- llei Breckenridge News BOTH ONE VKAR OI1T iu We have mule a irccal cluhMngr arargcinrnt with llio Twlea Week Courier J ureal and wilt ead tlut paper and rurtfor the pi Ico rained to FOR ONLY 1 CO Special Combination Offer The nxicKiNiiDGK News UlEMCAK AQKICULTUIIVr YiB 1oyK ano Almamac ONLY WCtVlf fino IJHll w 2 BO Bsly aid 1I P P TAGGS Satareky AsMWfwMa Vy ksrwssa tsstlwHs all our uU rixx wnwill pay In advance nr to Sim Â¬ all new fubacribera who wl I pay In advance ple copy of Cou Icr Jourpal teat no nu application All suUcrlptluus unrer thli offer rnuatba tent nnd YEAR HOOK nnd ALMANAC Addres- s- Vim I O OBaYearKaeei 10 JNO D JUBIUGE thrill of terror Is experienced when a brassy cough of croup sounds through A Publisher Breckinridge News CLOVERrORT KY BRSOKINBIDQK NEWS CLOVKKtOHT KV Vke a4sssSfl aa n SW TMTSrsft wHl In HlhsMt 4 saaaatsialtaas TksVert MHawysr trnfUf s4 as k ssai It ftas4 la that f tke Uet k4a4 tkM by rUf FrJtM sWfjl tM Mm UMts4 Uk mm4 14 wkr4 4 IlSSlllTltsS JU 1741 wd U itk AswM aba will As for tha dacbM I jmw knit Yrr well frr sbsdossat life kaUtiuw at fill itU i yvi know Tribtui fr bko the house at night But the terror soon cittBgM to rolll aftor One Minute Cough Hafo and Cure has bM aduilutsUml LtumUti lot ebll4sjf 6 Hsjm- - CHARLES Mm O C MARTIN narsrport If O D V riMlf T gsspt ut Prworlpiloo Pharmacist just Jrtfs fa Cut Ceastlimliaa fo UaorlM TkoCiMMil CaadrOaUurU U C UU ta mtt druffwM run4 anoiiay SO CAUDWCLL INDIOCSTION PEPSIN 11 mu s7sBsfciHfc OV O WoLuitt T P WrIT yg JL OVfJIIfjbQfM Sjs r t7VrrftWi7ftfoT1tVTrTTHl naMMMMIMiaanaH i mbi BRBiaitmNRisas Tho yard track was completely lined with box cars The tank of engine 1 was In the hole and freshly painted Marion Behen Is an excellent man and does his work diligently It is said that Sam Porter undentand tbe capacity of a car to perfection Jesse Keys does roost anything but ho has tbe honor of being tho best shot tu the county Chief Engineer Huihnn has given his fliwer guden at the depot a beauti- Â¬ ful yellow color Col Influenza is propably a member He has of every secret society on earth a grip for all classes of people Toniiulo Drane is tho only machinht He on that can be termed one in love Sam Lallelst of Hendtrson was the east bound train Monday for Louis- charms most every girl ho meets Frank English is endeavoring to learn ville B Pace Jr and John Phelon mechanism and so far has been quite James Frank is an earnest and went to 0 wensboro Saturday returning successful zealous worker Sunday Charlio May Jr has tho greatest and Nat 0 Goodwin and the leadlrg lady strongest ban vjlce of all voices and of his company wero married in Clevecan bj heard from one end of the build Â¬ land Ohio Sunday ing to the other Born to tbe wife of F AsYates Si- Â¬ Kenneth Ferry is about the slenderest beria Ind January 23 a sweet little raachlnest at the shops and just learning girl Bertha Floretta but if he keeps at it his chances are to Miss May Connor left Saturday for bo a first class ono Rome Ind where she will visit her sis Tom ODay in the blacksmith depart- Â¬ Schank ter Mrs David ment has not been associated with the Masters Levitt and Roscoe Mayball Texas any length of time however he are visiting their uncle Mr G W Law counts his friends by the score Â¬ Â¬ Nfiiwe Â¬ OLevftPOfiE iti A Strong B rtiWitil imfiru r n f fiBTiM ifi Catarrh groat affliction for a num Â¬ ber of years Doctora did not help moByafriondBadvicoIbogan using your medicines and was perfectly cured after taking threo bottles of Was my w arsoparina J MURPHY 173Mnlberry8tNewarkNJ Breckenridge News 23 1898 WKDEN8DAY FEBRUARY Local Brevities tVX- - n m5 Tile Ctirbld Enterprise has suspended publication Cbas Galligan of CnhnoHoti was among his friends last week J B Scott Jr of Cincinnati 0 spent Sunday pleasantly in this city J F Chambers of Hawesvllle visited his best in this city Sunday If you never used Obllsk Knur try it in jour next order Sola rs J D Brashear and J T Hanks of Addisoi wire in town Saturday Wdliam H Boultlnghouse of Holts Bottom was in the city yesterday Mrs J 0 Niiholae came to the city Monday ttiruuto to ber homo in Rosetla Mvj Marshall Mot r Is of Louisville was registered at the Heyser House Sun Â¬ day Shop KNiatif OP PHVf MAS Portif icatlon Celebrated Its 35th Anniversary Sat- Fortify the body against disease by Tutts Liver Pills an abso- Â¬ urday Night With An Elegant lute cure for sick headache dys- Â¬ Banquet pepsia sour stomach malaria Tho most notabe event in a social constipation jaundice biliousway of last week was the gathering of the Phythlanswith their friends In their ness and all kindred troubles The FlyWheel of Life handsorao and artistic lodge rooms on Saturday night The occasion being the DrTutt Your Liver Pills are celebration of the 35th anniversary of Phythlaniem It was a rojal banquet the fly wheel of life I shall ever and notwithstanding the inclement be grateful for the accident that weather a goodly number turned out to I feel The spread brought them to my notice do honor to the celebration was a sumptuous ono and all went away as if I had a new lease of life In J Fairleigh Platte Cannon Col with that hungry feeling satisfied all due respect to tho better hall of the order they certainly conio in for praise on tboir elegant way of preparing and serving such palatablo edibles Sweet and harmonious music greeted the ears rondored by the Clovorport oschestra This order Is comparatively ycung in yearp but its growtli has been marvelous and now ranks almost second in the world An event of this character fully demonstrates the good feeling toward Such affairs while our fellow men expensive should take place more than they do Tbe whole community comes closer ono to another and brings all in touch with each other On that night there were men and women who have reached tbe three score mark and to say the least it was the happiest evening of their lives All honor to Phythians And Find It Better Than any grade of cofleo that we can find on tho market It is tho best selected hand picked berries and evenly roasted One pound will make 200 cups of coffee If you have never tried this coffee try a pound A bcautiiul little book of Tutts Liver Pills DISASTROUS Fl RG CDFFEES lii fortunes given away Ask for ono Celery City Bakery To day is Ash Wednesday Choice onion sels Gregory John Wclsenbergs Mouse and Household Goods Were Consumed Wednesday Night Â¬ Ullsm On last Wednesday night at 12 oclock We Broke the Record In our picture framing department last week framed pictures of all kinds and it seemed as if everybody thought of it nt the same time 1 IV Kraut ir cents per gallon City Bak- Â¬ ery All the banks were closed yester Â¬ day Can peas 5 cents per can Gregory Gibson A few more bargains in blankets Sulzsrs lUbbit tracks could be seen plainly son at Hawesvillo Rev W B Rutledge preached two ex- Â¬ Monday cellent sermons at the Baptist church Special prici B In heavy weight clotbir g Sunday morning and night Snl rs Daniel Hinlon ono of the Texas Ilelsclimano yeast fresh nt City most faithful engineers is off for a few Dakery of Toilet soaps an excellent lino Greg Â¬ days on account sickness A complete account of the fire at ory Gibson robbery at Rhode UTry our white fish 6 or 15 cents at Stephensport and tbe Mala told by our faithful and diligent City Bakery correspondents There is an epidemic of black measles Mr and Mrs James G Stephens after at Clinton Ky quite a stay with their daughters Mrs Frank Mercer of Hardlnsburg was in TJ Minaryand Mrs Caldwell Norton town Sunday in Louisulile have returned to their Two pounds of pure twin cheese for home at Alta Yista 35 cents City Bakery Mr Scott Morton of Tar Fork came Mies Mayme Rldgly Griffith went to to the city Monday from Holts Bottom 0 wensboro yesterday whoro he had been with a view of pur- Â¬ Another new batch of picture mould Â¬ chasing some land He has not yet decided where he will locate ing just received Suzers Mrs Walter J Sherman and her Mr James Lyons Jollys Station went to Louisville Tuesday to sell tobacco charming little daughter Marguerite Our cut rate on silverware continues who have been tbe guests of her parent Mr and Mrs W II Bowmer have re- Â¬ as long as they last Sulzere turned to Toledo 0 their borne James Stuart of Louisville was visit Mr and Mrs Charles P Babbage li g his old borne at Webster last week D0 Try Chase Sanborn Sea Brand spent Sunday in Washington Miss Sallie Miller one of Cloverporta Coffee put up in air tight cans Sul girls accompanied them to hear the em- Â¬ z rs inent divine T DeWitt Talmage Owen Wbitehouse and Felix Beavin Frank McGary accompanied by his went to Illinois last week to work on a daughter Miss Lena went to Louisville farm yesterday Mr McGary wont to sell bis You can reduce the expense of bouse tobacco and his daughter will remain a building by getting your hardware from few weeks to learn tho millinery business us Suzers Mr L B Perkins Tie Inspector for Henry Summers of Webster has a the Ttxas went to Irvington Sunday Â¬ good position with the Kentucky WaHe will be located there for some time gon Works Louisville in charge of supplies for the road There Misses Cora and Letitia Oliver Con was a good delegation at the evening stantine are visiting their sister Mrs train to offer their regrets at bis leaving Tobe Hosklns Louisville Tbe A 0 IT W lodge are endeavoring Rev Donald M Grant will hold ser- Â¬ soon to give the public an entertaining vices in the First Presbyterian church show A number of tbe members have this city Sunday morning and evening been practicing several weeks It will ftfrsrSfollie Ramsey widow of Wm be quite a unique affair and everyone Ramsey died at the home of her un- Â¬ should attend as it is gotten up for the cle Wm Castle Kentland Iud Febru- Â¬ benefit of the order ary 18 of consumption Mr Edward Goodnight who is getting Mr Frank Warfield came down from out an illustrated edition of tbe Breck Louisville yesterday and spent the day enridoe News has been in Hardlnsburg with his sisters Mrs Frank Fralzj and or the past two or three days He is Miss Jennie Warfield meeting with great success and the edition promises to be one of the hand Â¬ Mrs Dr F M Smith is in Louisville Mis Smith is there having her eyeB somest of its kind ever issued In the treated She is stopping with ber uncle state Mr 0 P Moorman 4th Ave Arthur Haynes with tbe Cincinnati There will be song services Friday Cooperage Company was in tbe city He purchased Frank and night at the Elm street Methodist Saturday ehurcb All of the ycung folks are es- George Jollys timber land or 375 Mr Haynes said the timberbusiness has pecially re quested to attend wonderfully Increased and tbe prospects the Ladies Cooking for This evening this years transactions aro very flit Â¬ Club will be entertained at the homo of tering Tho event will be a Mrs J B Randall It wont be long until most any person fsgot party and a most pleasant evening can be rung up in tbe county by tele- Â¬ goes without question On last eYenirg their took place in phone Mr Nobe Pate was in town yesÂ¬ MattiDglyd hall a supper from 5 to 10 terday putting down posts and getting oclock It was given under the auspices ready to establish a line here with There Hardinaburg Ball Town Gleandeane of the St Rose Catholic church everybody and elegantly and other points in the county in con- Â¬ waspleuty for Bervedwhich is characteristic of the cath- nection olic people You will observe elsewhere a strange James P Miller after an absence o and peculiar advertisement in this issue seyeral months was in town Saturday We are unable to cipher tho meaning from Louisville where he is employed by but assure the attendant an enjoyable the Louisville Southern railroad as evening This entertainment is to be freight clerk James is the same old given by the Ladies Missionary Society Mike as familarly of tho Baptist church at tie home t a commodating called He is charmed with his position Mrs F N Delluy Friday evening Feb but the number of hours be works is bis lYSJ only objection John Beavin and Misa Katie Rev T V Joiner left Monday for Hager of Irvington arrived in the city Lewlsport where he will assist Rev J C yesterday morning They immediately Brandou in a protracted meeting now in went to the St Rose Catholic church progress in that place The meeting has where tbey were married by Father been going on for several weeks and Urey Mr Albert Scbinler came with much intereer Utnanlfested The con Â¬ them They dined at the Mitchell House gregations are large and a general reviv- Â¬ and left that evening or Bewleyvllle al is anticipated Mr Beavins home where they will re- Tbe bowling alloy opened its doors llde In the future Monday night and quite a large crowd iThe wedding of Mr Joseph Ballman assembled to engrge in the sport This and Miss Annie Belle Wheatley ws sol- is said to be one of the most Interesting emnzedat PL Rose Catholiocburch yet and scientific games on trie docket The terday morning at 10 oclock Father monotonous stago o life is broken and Brey officiating The attendants were those desiring to pass away a pleasant Mr Peter Bullman this county and evening have bow the opportunity of Mies Una Frank of Louisville Tbe throwing the ball contracting parties are residents of this Mr C L Chamberlain an old stand county and are prominent young people by of the Txm aad who acts in the Mr John 0 Jarbee aa authenltlc capacity of aa eiglwer was spoken to authority on tbe modern way of farming by a Nws repreeeatatlve as to his when aeked m to the condition of tbe knewldf4 of the bet sapjiM owned by wheat crop said In my estimation t to Â¬ tHe wheat crop thle season will be naar Well said kr I tin read day Tuesday on Jttdjp Lindsay num velen The acreage sown was almost Imt oe The Judge has beeu in the double of year Thle neent mow bole forrepaiW and eoawa oat looking will aid materially In maturing It and excellent newly painted rebuilt nod to has fallen in time to prevent tbe fruit day la the Aneet engine on earth J shall crop from budding too soon glye him a genuine teat and should be prove the requirements look out or me Mduwle Yewr state Wt CiMMrefak OMMljrCeUiertlr eat OMtlMilaa forevet when I fet on tbe main track fttBo UCOC hUUdniffleuNliuenteectr Â¬ the residence occupied by John Welsen The bercr was discovered to be on fire flames spread with such rapidity and the late hour in which it took fire prevented many from arriving in time to render much assistance They were fortunate In saving some of their clothing and a sewing machine was the only article of household goods saved Back to the Third Floor just right goes overy picture framo if it dont look We mako tho A poor job must not leave our house Consult us on any picture framing in all its branches a study niako of framo you desire and sco how promptly wo can fill your order Wo are in close touch with overy art house in the coun Have you try and carry a splendid line of picture mouldings seen tho new styles Populist Convention A Great Deal Mr Ward L Smith of Frederlckstown Mo was troubled with chronic diarrhoea There will be a populist convention of unnecessary expenditure of time and monpy may be saved if you will only for over thirty years He bad become bell at the Court House In Brandenburg fully satisfied that It was only a question Saturday March 12th at 1030 oVIock a keep a bottle of Dr Caldwells Syrup of a short time until he would have to m for the purpos of selecting delegates Pepsin In the house Nine tentliB of all gtve up He bad been treated by some to attend the Slate Convention which ordinary sickness is from the stomach of tbe best physicians In Europe and meets at Louisville March 10 Tbore keep that organ in proper condition and America but got no pormanent relief will be other important business trans- Â¬ all will be well Syrup Pepsin is a spe One day he picked up a newspaper and acted All Populists aro requested to At cific Trial size bottles 10c large sizes 50c and 1 00 of Cbas 0 Martin chanced to read an advertisement of tend Jas II Haynes Chairman Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diar- Â¬ Representing a Chicago Journal rhoea Remedy He got a bottle of it Death of Miss Statira Moorman the first dose helped him and its con- Â¬ The February number of Harmans Miss Statira Moorman after an illness Window Dressing and Decorating Jourtinued use cured him For silo by A R Fisher Cloverport and R A Shell of a short duration died yesterday morn- nal published in Chicago 111 contains ing at G oclock at the homo of her Sister an excellont likeness of Edward Gregory man Stephensport Mrs Dr 1 T Owen She was in her with a eketch of his career and experiGJth year She had been confined to her ence as an advertising writer and win Sliouso Punches the Bag Miss Moor- Â¬ bed only about two weeks Just to see him walking slowly along man was an exemplary woman one of dow dresser They have given Mr Â¬ adthe street in his modest quiet way one tbe truest type and came from an old Gregory the sole management of tbe vertising department and all questions would not Imagine that our friend John pioneer family of this county She was Shouso was one of the most expert ar- Â¬ a devout member and co worker of the and points in this line will be given his prompt attention He will contlnuo bis 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SULZERS H C BRUNBR Produce SON CoiMlioii Merchants Telephone 9 nMr You likely do not want to undertake dyeing your old garments because you Within the sacred confines of this have made failures but this was with house there hangs a punching bag and the old fashioned package dye that one also a tale Mr Sbouse rover saw a package colored wool and the other cotpunching bag before so he looked at it ton Putnam Fadeless Dyes colors all with one eye and then with both eyes kinds of fibers at once You simply boll And the P B looked back Mr S gave the goods with the dye and tbey are then he pushed It made new You cannot fall in this the bag a shove The bag played with him as nicely as Sold by W E Brown Irvington would a kitten Finally Sbouse became interested in the queer antics of tbe P Charlie Corley Is Dead B and be lay do wn bis tools so be Cbailie Corley in his death there is could slap it around with both hands removed from this town a young man He stiuck out a good right punch gave just entering the prime of life He was it an upper cut with his left and kicked 30 years of age For some two years it with both feet seven times before he that fearful malady known as consumpgot his breath He was having a high tion has bad bold of him and he had old time but finally tho bag got madi not the constitution to wiibBtaud it His room lammed It Â¬ sashayed around the name was familiar to every boy in Clov- Â¬ self into a corner made a feint and then erport as he was an excellent shot and made Sbouse faint It rushed upon the an expert huntsman and all delighted poor helpless man jammed him in tbe in an opportunity to go hunting with nose slathered his face cut off his new him Ills burial took place Saturday af- Â¬ burnsldes shut off his wind and gave ternoon in tbe Cloverport cemetery him a solar plexus blow that sent him to Now our friend would have earth Card of Thanks been all right if no one had seen the Mr and Mrs John Corley desire to circus but Jess Owen was looking through a crock and saw it all When thank their friends for tbe many favors te Col and courtesies extended during the la ho learned he bad been saw lost his usual even temper and afllctions of their son Sbouse had to be argued with to keep him from A Prosperous Farmer making mince meat of the P B Mr Henry R Smith living two miles A Short Sad Story South of Ekron has one of tho best A Cold arms and Is one of the most prosperous Neglect farmers In that section He has a lovely Pneumonia place and It is in a high state of cultivaGrief tion Mr Smith is 05 years old was Had Foleys Honey and Tar been used born and reared on the place and has this story would have had a happier end- Â¬ raised a large family He owns about R A 500 acres and he and his four boys run ing A R Fisher Cloverport Gordon Stephensport 8bellman the farm with the addition of a few Haynes Patesvllle E A Witt Hardlns- Â¬ hands during the busy season He burg raises wheat corn hog and cattle Is prosperous and lays by a little money Interesting Meeting every year He is kind and hospitable The Irvington B V R 0 met with and one feels very much ft homo under Miss Lily McGlothlan Saturday Fbiuary his roof 12th Ten members responded to rob call with a narration of a vIbU to a Ger- Â¬ man city After brU fly attending to business tbe lesson on German llfo wr b Modern Treatment of discussed and thoroughly enjoyed by all T present The next meeting will be on Saturday February 20 and Mies Mo Glotblans hospitality is again extended This body of progressive ladles have a The latest work on the plan In view which should receive tbe treatment of diseases written hearty co operation and endorsment of by forty eminent Aaiericaa all the community They wish to estab- Â¬ Cdd liver physicians says lish a circulatli library to be used by oil has done more for the con- Â¬ all persons ffho will give a small sum to sumptive than all other purchase a good book This bolng tho It also dles pot together German year tbe cub members glye The hypophosphltes says 1 German books Owing to tho fact that of lime and soda are regarded tbe English and American books were destroyed in Mr McQlotblans disas Â¬ bv manv English observers as trous ire last summer the ladles of the specif les for consumption club propose to give an entertainment at an early date to secure funds with which to repltca the books lost The enter Â¬ tainment promlrea to le something contains the best tod liver oil unique and no doubt all who attend will enjoy a pleasant eveulng and will lend o In a partially digested form atsstance to a laudable enterprise as j combined with the Hypophos-Â¬ Â¬ tists with the punching bag to be found in the world But he is and he only discovered himself a few days ago Mr Sbouse bad some business at the resi- Â¬ While there he dence of Dr Owen accidently strayed into the elegant the atarum of Mr Jess Owen better known as tbe Duke of the er Baptist church and her christian life services with the widely known merwas most commendable She had many cantile firm of Suzjrs this city and still Her remains endeavor to push the establishment to relatives in this city were taken by rail yesterday to Glen the front as heretofore deane where the interment will tako placo in the old family burying ground Tho oldest and best produce house in Louisville Prompt to remit and return empties Wc solicit tho shipments of all country Merchants VJ 327 Second Street LOUISVILLE KY Aa WVW 5 Ma a a a a a Daoa o a By tbe Ladles Missionary Society of tbe Baptist church at tbe home of Mrs F N DHuy on Friday evening Feb 25 All aro invited of Arthur Mattlngly last Thursday even Â¬ tHl ing Miss May Connor Cloverport came Saturday to visit her sister Mrs D Schank will Miss Anna Wilbur Cannelton visit Miss Adele Whitmarsh in tho near future Several of our young students pasted for diplomas in Rome to day We wish them best luck Hardin Whitmarsh will open a spring school at tho Cumming school house at the end of his wlntor term To Lease ABOUT bring your dime and thinking An abundance to eat music and L 0 F caps i ss LONG BRANCH j 22 Good ACRES OF Sam Fowler and son Walter were in Louisville last week S II Dooley was lu Louisville several days of last week E 0 McGehee and II K Ditto were out a part of last week trading Mrs J K Ditto is in Brandenburg with ber daughter Mrs W D Howard Mrs W 0 McGehee has returned home from Holt after a most delightful visit to relatives Mrs R B Shacklett of Milan has returned home after a very pleasant visit to friends of this place Miss Bettiebell Hamilton of Milan began teaching at this place Monday as governess in Mrs W 0 McGehees family J T Ditto the hat drummer of Cin Â¬ cinnati who is so popularly known at this placo is circulating among friends here In a letter from Joe K Hendrick be states that he has reached hlsdestinatlon McKlnney Texas and likes the place very much Joe A McGeheeof the new Mammoth Louisville has returned to that place after a week most delightfully spent with bis parentB Children and adults tortured by burns ccalds injuries eczema or skin diseases may secure instant relief by using De Witts Witch Hszj1 Salve It is tne great Pile remedy Short Haynes Farming Land On the outskirts of the town of Cloverport Ky Cash rent only Imme- Â¬ diate possession Address Mrs Edward and Miss Kate Oglesby gave a dinner lust Friday Those pre Â¬ sent were Mesdames W H Bowmer and A Heron Mr and Mrs J D Brashear and Mr and Mrs J D Babbagj Dont annoy others by your coughing and risk your life by neglecting a cold One Minute Cough Cure cures coughs colds croup grippe and all throat aud lung troubles Short Haynes See What We dive tor Only 10 Cents Toko Notice You are eiven a choice ol one o the lolluwine aniclcs and THK HOMK 3 inonthi for only 10 centi Lord Ulei Daughter by Chir lotte Afllratme Houkofoo panes on Irochctintf and Knltllne or a btamplnif Outht of 66 patlernv Breckenridge Cannel Coal Co Louisville Ky QUARTERLY REPORT OK many new Uclgnt Including centeiplecei doiliti etc The excellent itoriet lor which 1 he Home is noted will be continued the IatNon and Fancy Wo i It departmenti will be kept up to a high itanu rd Kate tsanborn will continue her bright OtT lland Talks and every one ol the numerous De Â¬ partments will be Increased and msde blighter Illustrated rremium Ilit or outfit for canvatsmg 1HK HOMK PUH CO sent Free 4t Milk St lloston Mass TH- E- Bank of Hardlnsburg At the Close of Business ON THE 4 31st DAY OF DECEMBER 1897 OASTOXUCA i rutin it llalls f 9999a9DJ3C39995 Consumption Whooping cough is the most distress ing malady but its duration can be cut abort by the use of One Minute Cough Cure which is also the best known remc dy or croup and alll ung and brore hi troubles Short Haynes iWANTS UICNT A good store and dwelling house excellent opening for one desirous of enter1 leg the mercantile business For particulars ad Â¬ dress Dr H W llurcb McQuady Ky IIESOURCKS Loins and Dlrcounts less loans to Dt rectors ioS6jos3 I JDns lo Direct ors officers not included aoooco Overdraftsunsecured 59S84 Due from National Hanks 37S3 SO ltanklnic Hotie and lot 100000 Other Ileal Kstate 615 6 Other Stocks and llonds iTliXo Currency u66o8o Othtr Items Carried as Cash 5017 Furniture and Fixtures 100000 1 i i85o8c6 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid In In cash 1 1500000 Undivided Profits Deposits subject lo check on which In Â¬ terest Is not paid 789013s Deposits subject to check on which In Â¬ terest is paid WMJJ7 HARDIN GROVE IN D Mies Llnnle Brashear went to Addison 6JJ rfe Scotts Emulsion 1 well A Pew Disgruntled Peiltklaits from tho HawdvlHe Plalndcaler A few disgruntled and sore headed politicians of Breckenridge county have beaded a revolt against the News bat if they are not moreauooeMfal in this than tbey have been In other enterprieea the Nawe will be found doing boaincM at the It i I j phltts of Lime and Sod Thk remedy a standard for a quarter of a century U in exact accord with the latest views of themWicalprefeMkMi SCOTTS Be sure yeu Emulsion AlldraufeMI JOCMWSIM SCOTT t BOWMB ClumUn Uw YmIu oldaUod iMHMmMtMM Monday All persons NOTICK ADMINISTHATOItS I Johnson Mlsi Bernlce Wheeler went to Cannel deceased are hereby notified of Thos forward and to come i8osc8o6 settle before the thlidMondav in July iS ton Saturday t J R Kennedy Admr Arthur Mattlngly went to Offensboro ol Kentucky County of Hrtckcnrldge su good State Two hardsome young FOIl SAIK color In fine condition Jacks ready XI If Heard Cashier of thi Hank cf Hardlns and yesterday and for service this string Also a lot of white Frencn burg a Hank located and doing business In the Mrs J A Brashear entertained at artichokes ltld from sno to ooo buthels per acre town of Hardlnsburg in raid county being duly sworn says that the foregoing Report Is In all re Â¬ J G btephens Addison Ky luncheon last Monday afternoon spects a Hue statement of the condition of laid on the jlst day of of Protracted meeting begins next Tues- Â¬ LiAlaua TAliK NOTICK I hare soo bush- - ltsnkat the close the bailness his knowledge and December 1897 best ol clsof white lrench artichokes for sale Five belief and furtherto saysthat tbe business of tbe said day in Rome at M E church is sufficient to plant an arre ard will win buhes Hank has been transacted at the location named from Soo to Mlea Belle McOann Cerro Condo is ter 40 hogs yielding on good Und ol cholera 1000 and not eltew ire and that Ibe above report lv and made compl nee wiih an bushels An absolute preventative oBiclal notice received in keeps hogs In such thrifty condition tt at it Is al with friends Jiere this week from the hacrt tary of State designating the jtst day most Impossible for dis ase to lake hold of them of December I 7 as the day on which such re Mies Louise Hardin took alnner with Send in your rrder and remittance now if jouwant port shall bo made them and I will ship them April lit 60c pet busbel M II HEARD Cashier Mrs James Carry Tuesday or j bushels for l jo M KSKHIDGE Director Dr T W Foot Irvington Ky II KHUAKD Director Clarence Wheeler came home from KM JOLLY Dm ctor Louisville Wednesday morning ojkmTC3xxzjL Subscribed and sworn to btfore me by M II fct- Heard the 4th day of Jsnuiry 8 Mr Claude Brubear Midway Is ex Uti tttll WMAHLIBCC pected In this vicinity next Tuesday through town m A Williams pawed his way to Tell City Wednesday and ilatEssM Five dollar fiae to aiug The Hot outuisuBaakWMr- Ticae oa tt ifoota of Um Grove c Xaftwfa uU GMUtatm Jfax WilUt ftthooMrpoiatt wm witk hk frtood Hies Daisy WbWt b fur rifx Out nstkex ok Mat ItfcBaMkrteiMd I tXfav SrS niosxl tousooo UtiH oua Aiianiut thoou puns awo9t Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i CvWZ npiUM To-tia mm CASTORIA 2fii JICWMRIDGE WKDHWDAY NEWS FEBRUARY 23 1893 Meyd Reading Written for the children by F M Smlih Ki i 4 The old Greek Dyonislus once said Everything involuntary deserves to be forgiven 80 I reckon novel readers should be forgiven I mean those who have be Â¬ come addicted to reading fictitious stories those with whom it seems Just as natural to read a story or to have a desire to read one as it is for them to carry oa a conversation But you child ren who have not formed this habit can very easily avoid it The mind like the baby is prone to shrink hard labor Novels are generally written in language that is very easily comprehended It does not require near the labor or pati Â¬ ence to read a little kittenish love story that it does to grapple wilh partial pay ments or to solve the mysteries of Euclids forty seven problem in Geome Â¬ try I have seen boys and girls too while in school hide behind their desks to read a yellow back rather than worry over the greatest common divisor These boys and girls can read a novel of COO pages and repeat the whole story but when their teacher assigns a lesson of two pages in history when they come to recite it they cannnot repeat two lines Novel reading friends will tell you that there is such elegant language used in novels that there is a great deal of history in some of them and that characters are bo perfectly delineated It seems to me it would save to read history without the fictitious story and you certainly can find the choicest language in scientific reading and as to the delineation of character you see that in every day life They will also tell you that it is n rest to the mind to read a novel of course acknowledging that novels are light literatme It gives the mind sufllcient rest alter struggling with Virgil an hour or two to take up your lthttoric or review some lighter study Besides the neglect of more valuable study caused by reading stories the mind gets in a state that it likes to read a story just to Bte how It is going to turn out I have seen women sit in their rocking chair and read something that nobody else can do but a woman a long drawn out love story for hours and now and then weeping hitter tears over some thing that never happened They seem so anxious to know how the story is going to turn out but if you suggest that they turn to the last page and see they will almost go into convulsions That would So bust the charm children please remember that noyela are not written for your edification or enlightenment but they are written to sell The novel writers know their business You that are familiar with William Dean Howels writings know that novel writing is not his fort If you dont know it g t some one to tell you who has read his Landlord of Lyons Head I say gt some one to tell you dont read it yourself You will readily preceivo that he wrote this novel because he needed a little Of course I am not attempt Â¬ change ing a criticism on Mr Howels works but every one knows that nearly all great writers occasionally write an imag Â¬ inative stoty btcause it brings in more cash than scientific or historical reading But when you have graduated from school have made your debut and have gone into society if jou find that you cannot appiar smart cannot sit up and tell how the latest love story turned out like our associates can why read the respectable novels if there are any IRVINGTON Joe Blands father was visiting him a few days last week i H K I t r Mrs Coleman has returned She is better but not entliely recovered Mr and Mrs Will Gardner entertained a few friends to dinner last Thursday Miss Nannie OBryan of Paynesville visited Mrs Frank a few days last week Mrs Minter who lias been quite ill wo are glad to state is Improving rapidly Mr and Mrs G W Smith Guston spent last Thursday with Mrs 0 W Redman We are pleased to learn that Miss Rena Roberts who has been on the sick list is improving Morris Jolly spent Saturday and Sun Â¬ day at home returning to his school duties Sunday p m Rov 0 W Hesson of Brandenburg will preach at Bewleyville on Tuesday night Match 1st 1808 in the M E church Mr aud Mrs Wm Drury and Misses Wllla and Ernestine of Bewleyville spent last Tuesday as guesta of Mn Robert McGlothlan and to gether with a A few others partook of a birthday dinner in the hostess honor Misses Ellen and Bettle MeGehee two prime favorites spent Saturday1 after Â¬ noon In town guests of friends Frank Carter accompanied by hs sister Miss Maggie are off to Branden Â¬ burg for a fow days visit to Miss Agnea Worlands MIs Weaver who has been a guest of Mies Rse Washington returned to her home in Lonlsville Saturday accom- Â¬ panied by Miss Ree Mrs Cunningham and little grand Â¬ daughter McConnoll of Chenault and Miss Ida Gardner of Union Star are visiting Mrs Will Gardner Items palore this week but we do not pofsefs a copy right on ourgiod editors patlenc a full stock of which he un doubtedly possesses juding There will bo preaching at the Baptist church Wednesday p m 7 oclock and a lecture Thursday p m Come out and hear a good sermon and talk Tho infant child of Taylor Claycomb sustained a severe burn on the faco and arras by overturning a cup of very hot tea The little one Is doine nicely now We are sorry to hear that Ernest Hen Â¬ derson still suffers from his uerlous com- Â¬ plications of last summer and fears are entertained that he will havo to submit to the surgical knife rgtin I am rr quested to state that the Catho- Â¬ lics will hold services on the second Sunday In each month instead of the fourth at the Parochial school bouse until the new church is ready Oue of the best opportunities in your life to secure stock such as horses cat- Â¬ tle sheep etc will be at the sale in Irvington Saturday March 5 Dont Bland miss eh is sale McGlothlan Little Catherine Wimp a wee toddler fell one day last week and cut an ugly place on her forhead The place Is heal Â¬ ing nicely and no fears of a serious nature are now apprehended wo are ulad to state Jim Smith was coi flued to the house part of last week Ho has been a mar- Â¬ tyr to Jobs pets sometime past and though each boll is said to be worth 5 11 Mr Smith offers his stock on hand at a very much less figure Miss Nora Henderson went to Louis- Â¬ ville Thursday owing to the death df her sister Mrs Wm Stith whose death we were sorry to hear Mrs Stitli was the daughter of P J Henderson deceas- Â¬ ed and a sister of Mrs Georgo Jolly Owensboro The sympathy of many friends is extended to the immediate family and to the family at large Miss Julia Greenwood has had another experience nursing the sick This time she has brought safely through a serious and severe spell oi pneumonia little Carrie Staples a daughter of an old family strvant and a child to whom the entire family are much attached Mias Julia certainly proves that she is ks poet writer or talker Bro Hesson filled his rrguar appoint- Â¬ ment Sunday a in and p m preaching good sermons as is his wont With one hand we extend to our pastor a heart full of sympathy and condolence upon his recent bereavement in the death of his precious boy Gobln and with the other hand we congratulate him upon the advent of a dear little girl baby May God bless them in this little bud Is our heartfelt prayer A friend of Miss Danforth Louisville who makes a specialty of teaching Lit- Â¬ erature and practical exercises in physi- Â¬ cal culture ha secured a promise from her to come to Irvington at some future time aud deliver a lecture on Physical Culture it Aims and Results which has gained some notoriety and is certain- Â¬ ly worth the small out lay necetsary to procure its being given here This lecture treats not only of physical culture but of the mental and spiritual nature as well and will no doubt be of much interest and value to allespecially so to mothers We hope the lady hav Â¬ ing undertaken it will succeed and that the people of the community will en- Â¬ courage her so that we may havo the pleasure of Hearing Miss Danforth who must be a lady of superior qualifications in the near future I Â¬ SOME SHORT STORIES fPR READER8 WHO HAVE OTHEfo BUSINESS TO CAn FOR nOTFOREVERTTHING But if you havo kidney livor or blad just the remedy you need Â¬ SALT RIVERS SAD CONDITION Congress Bits of Information Gathered Prom All Inhabitable Quarters of the Olobe by Those Whs Are Trained EirMl FoV the purpose A fire In Pittsburg destroyed prop Friday eryt of the value of 125000 A Paris mob attempted to lynch M Zola but he was rescued by tho police The British steamer Farnwell has had her name changed and will fly tho American flag Tho Klondike rato war between Can Â¬ adian and American lines has assumed a serious aspect August Rlngllng 71 father of the Rlngllng brothers of circus fame is dead nt Baraboo Wis Miss Frances E Wlllard president of tho Womans Christian Temperance union died In New York John Itosencrnnz of Evansvlllo Ind was robbed of 1000 which he had burled at the root of a tree Spain has officially npollgizcd in a note to the United States for the Do Lome letter and disclaims the reflec- Â¬ tions The American Paper and Pulp asso- Â¬ ciation passed a resolution favoring a gold standard at Its recent meeting The statute under which ex Auditor Eugene Mooro waB convicted of em- Â¬ bezzlement has been pronounced un- Â¬ constitutional by the supreme court of Nebraska TliurmJai der troublo you will find Swamp Root People are not apt to get anxious about their health If you aro not qulto soon enough well or half sick have you ever thought that your kidneys may be tile cnuso of your sickness 7 It is easy to tell by setting aside your urine for twenty four hours a sediment or Bottling indicates an unhealthy condi- Â¬ When urine stains tion of the kldnejs linen it is evidence of kidney trouble Too frequent dtslre lo urinate Bcanty supply pain or dull ache In the back s also convincing proof that the kidneys and bladdor need doctoring Thero is satisfaction in knowing that tho great remedy Dr Kilmers Swamp Root fulfills every wish in relieving weak or diseased kidneys and all forms of blad der and urinary troubles Not only docs Swamp Root give new Hie and activity to the kidneys the cause of trouble but by treating the kldnoys it acts as a tonic for tho entire constitution If you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists price fifty cents and You may havo a sample one dollar bottle and phamphlet both sent free by mall upon receipt of three two cent stamps to cover cost of postage on the Mention The Breckeniudoe bottle News and send your address to Dr Kil- Â¬ Co Binghamton N Y The mer proprietors of tills paper guarantee the genuincES of this offer Â¬ to be Asked for 350000 to Improve Navigation on a Famous Stream Frcm the New York Sun MAYOR OF LINCOLN Mr Drake N J Feels it His The reports upon the Maines wound Â¬ ed are favorable A colliery explosion occurred at Hamme Prussia many persons being killed or wounded Tho NUes tool works at Hamilton O is rushing work on the government ordnance contract Senate committee on public lands has favorably reported a bill granting right of way to railroads In Alaska at Key United States authorities West are overhauling the coal Intended for warships in a search for Infernal machines At Martinsville Ind Herb Gorham and Guy Van Tassel were convicted of burglary and given indefinite sen- Â¬ tences At the preliminary examination at Marietta O Morgan McSweeny was committed without bail on the charge of murdering W E Mason The circuit court nt Clarksburg W Va entered an order for contlnuanco in tho forgery case against Mrs At Â¬ kinson wifo of Governor Atkinson Wednesday MATTINGLY Nico iarming weather MlsaSallio Perkins is visiting in Clov The Flachat struck on Anaga point off Canary islands and sank Councilman Kramer of Masslllon O says he was offered a bribe of 75 Some of tho senators advocated an expenditure of 10000000 annually for coast defenses Supreme court of Illinois has refused to entertain a motion for a hearing of the anti ticket scalping law Ohio national guard consists of 86 companies of Infantry eight batteries of light artillery one troop of cavalry and four divisions of naval reserve aggregating 470 officers and 5681 en- Â¬ listed men Tuesday Captain Henry Booth a pioneer of Kansas Is dead The steamer Clara Nevada was wrecked near Skaguay Hon W J Bryan attended the silver conference at Minneapolis Over 1000000 in gold Is en route from Australia to America New York senate concurred in the resolution censuring Senator Murphy for supporting the Teller resolution Representative Burton of Ohio de- Â¬ sires tho government to put a steam lighthouse tender on the great lakes Monday erport Mr James Furrows little girl is im- Â¬ proving The telephone will likely continue to Oloverport Ring us up ye Hardlnsburg people were here S C Frank and family spent Sunday at W B Tauls C B Pate spent Sunday with his sister Mrs Lafe Miller Miss Ada Brickey spent Sunday with Miss Maggie Bates Dr Howard says ho can hear the street cars running in Louisville by embracing a telephone post J W Pate Jolly Station was here last week working in the interest ol his bus Â¬ iness at that placo Misses Pearl and Enle Hawkins and Fronie Beavins were the guests Thurs- Â¬ day night of Misses Maggie and Effie Hambleton The birthday party at O D Hamble tons Saturday night was largely attend Â¬ ed It was given in honor of his son M E Hambleton The telephone wire is complete from this place to Hardlnsburg and the boxes will be here some time this week The line is very likely to be extended to Cloverport It ie true its right conven- Â¬ ient and very essential in some cases that we should have a telephohe wire through this locality but I think it would bq more appropriate in the peo- Â¬ ple if they would first contribute their money for the purpose of building up their roads and then spending their sur- Â¬ plus foreucu necessaries as the telephone We are anxious to do a little good in this world and can think of no pleasanter or better way to do It than by recom- Â¬ mending One Minute Cough Cure as a preventive of pneumonia consumption and other serious lung troubles that fol low neglected colds Haynes Short A Louisville Feb 15 Congress will ths week be respectfully petitioned to give heed to tho needs of Salt river This stream by far tho most famous in political history Is In a sad condition be Â¬ ing at present navigablo only to gasoline boats and politicians ot the has been category As the limbo of alt who meet with dlsaBtor in politics an effort will be made to Impress on Congress the necessity of appropriating 1250000 for its Improvement To go up Bait river is a phrase that runs back as far as tho memory ot men who oted for Jackson In many parts of the country Salt river has been rt garded as a mj th As a matter of fact Salt river does exist and not many miles from Louisvillo at that It is a tributary of the Ohio and drains one of the richest sections ot the state It rises in Mercer county and flows through MercerAnder son Spencer Bullitt Hardin and Jtfler son counties It is bordered on both sides of its tortuous course by rich farm and tobacco lands that produce also timber fruit and grain It twists and turns and the current is Btrong enough to make progress difficult for even a powerfully propelled boat It is at pre- Â¬ sent nayigated at times by gasoline boats and then for not more than twenty miles up the main stream and twenty miles up Rolling Fork Last week a mass meeting of citizens was held at Shepardsville at which a petition was prepared to be presented to Congress Tho Louisville Board of Trade will he asked to co operate in securing the improvement Salt rivers reputation has heretofore been the ob- Â¬ stacle in the way of the necessary legisla Â¬ tion Whenever a measure is introduc- Â¬ ed in Congress looking to the improve of ment Salt river a broad grin settles on the Corgressional faces and tho members think a good joke has been played by some prankish member After that it is impossible to secure serious consider- Â¬ ation The improvements desired consist of three locks and dams to cost 250000 which will make the river navigable for small steamers for nearly its entire 200 miles The Government engineers have just finished a survey Duty to Recommend Paines Celery Compound tf V m Deep seated Kid McCoys wife has sued for vorce Prejudice Against Railroads and Corporations From the Interior Journal di- Â¬ Costa Rica and Nicaragua may en Â¬ gage In war General Lee has not resigned as con- Â¬ sul general to Cuba Yit Sing a Chinese girl was mur- Â¬ dered in San Francisco The torpedo boat Cushlng has re Â¬ turned to Key West from Havana Conrad Behrens an opera singer died from appendicitis In New York Two marines were drowned from the United States cruiser Raleigh on her way to China Two women were nearly asphyxiated by coal gas from the parlor stove in Lyons N Y STEPHENSPORT Si Pate Hardlnsburg was in town Sunday Miss Mitta McCubbins returned home last week Ed Stiles from Illinois is the guest of his brother McAfees brldga crew is at the Dowell House this week Dr Hardin Basham will be at the Dowell House all this week Jim Allen of Louisville spent Mon Â¬ day with his aunt Mrs Allen Rollins Mrs S A Cox of Owensboro will visit her niece Mrs Bettie Napper next week Miss Nora Hook and brother Laws V i it- - n w are spending a pleasant week with relatives Mrs M Blaine and Miss Emma Mose Face Hands and Arms Covered With ley will carry a handsome stock of Scrofulous Humors How a Curo millinery here this spring f Wat Effeoted Misses Myra Hanks and Blanche When five years old my little boy had Moseley of Webster and Sample were scrofula on hla face bands and anna It at home Saturday and Sunday was worst on his chin although the sores Rice Carlton Rosetta and Miss Lula on his cheeks and hands were very bad It appeared In the form of red pimples Ashcraft Irvington were the guesta of which would fester break open and run their aunt Mrs Allen Rollins this and then scab over After disappearing week they would break out again They caused There will be abeuefit given herein iatease itching and the little sufferer had the way of an entertainment Friday to be watched continually to keep him night for the fire sufferers Admission froa scratching the sores Wo became 10 and 15 cents My greatly alarmed at hts condition Mr and Mrs John Jarrett entertained wifes mother had had scrofula and the ealy medicine which had helpd her waa a few friends at tea Sunday evening in Hoods Banaparllla We decided to give honor of their niece and nephew Miss Nora Hook and brother f H to our boy and wo noted an Improve The beautiful little cottage of Mrs BMt fa atlai case very soon After giving fclu tour bottles of Hoods SarsaparlUa Rosa Bennetts occupied hf Mr Albert Um kiiawc bad all bees drives out of hla Pettit was destroyed byHro Saturday sed b4 It has sever since returned afternoon Glad to hear Ai house wm William Babtz ttfl South Williams St well intured The boytof our town 890th Bssd lsdiasa manfully to save the dwelling of Yes eas boy Hoods Bamparlll of all workedTrip We are Uncle Helms colored Be sure to gH only Hoods AfvfgUt always glad to speak a word of pntM LITTLE SUFFERER fertbab Judge Cantrlll has disbarred General W J Hendrick from prac- Â¬ tice as an attorney until he purges him Â¬ After years of untold suffering from self of contempt in withholding 1300 piles B WPursellof Knitnersvllle Pa was cured by using a single box of De that he ordered him to turn over to the Witts Witch Hazjl Salye Skin diseases State which he declined to do because Mr A H Crausby of 158 Kerr St he alleges the State owes him What is Memphis Tenn says that his wife such as eczsma rash pimples and ob- Â¬ paid no attention to a small lump which stinate sorts are readily cured by this the matter with making the disbarment perpetual 7 Hendrick has gotten enouph appeared in her breact but it soon de Â¬ famous remedy Short Haynes veloped into a cancer of the worst type out ot the State to retire from practice and notwithstanding the treatment of Conceived In flallce and Hate anyway the best physicians it continued to From the lUweivDIellalnilealer spread and grow rapidly eating two Tho Got hie force bill is the most FALLS OF ROUGH The doctors holes in her breast soon pronounceu ghastly the Legislature has yet brought A to light her incurable The bill in its entirety is the WANTED AUENTM celebrated New York most damnable since the days of recon- Â¬ specialist then treatThe Confederate SolJler In tbe Civil War and ed her but she con struction and was conceived in malice conuins 500 pages 13X10 Inches Maps over 1100 etc becaea Portraits tinued to grow worse and bate and brought forth a blood large Dattle largest war book aver published 1 ho and Siealest oand that dees Justice lo the Confederate e and when informed guiltiness and the honest men in the soldier and the cause h I ught lor Agtuts wanted that both her aunt Democratic party will put such a rebuke everywhere to sell this book on cur new and easy and grandmother had plan Many of the Isdy and gentlemen agents wjio died from cancer he on its authors that will make their lives are at work are making from S50 to Joo per month Veterans Sons and Daughters of Vet Â¬ gave the case np as aburden erans and oihers Interested aie requested to send hopeless tor a btautiiul illustrated detciiptive circular Someone then re Â¬ There are three little things which do free and teiros to agents Addiess Couaiis commended SSS more work than any other three little Journal os PaiNTlNoCo Louisville Ky remained she and tltougll little hope Sprung a Surprise begun it and an Improvement was noÂ¬ things created they are the ant the bee Ky Maysville Feb 21 Amps ticed The cancer commerjeed to heal arid andDeWltla Little Early Risers the when she had taken several bottles it famous little pills for stomach and liver Riggs the murderer ot D R Boyd and although sev trouble Short Haynes disappeared entirely and his son Manderyllle farmers of eral years have elapsed not a sign ol this county when placed on the wit Â¬ returned the disease lias ever Crushed to Iteatb ness stand surprised the spectators la Greenwich O Feb 21 Robert Deas court by admitting that he had killed waa crushed to death in the wreck ot the two men after having denied tbe or I aie for nearly a year SSS guanntecii purely vegetable the Knickerbocker train here is a real blood rente dy and never faili Kverrbedy Bays So to cure Cancer Eczema Rheumatism la roar ballb- - YOBrhantriMaa ts vour stsanaea Cascareta Candy Cathartic the most woa Scrofula or any other blood disease t tha Head elear tManar derful medical discovery of the age pwaa Keeproer njinamna nreiniiaiwajseirewand awieaac ana Our hooks ant and refreshing to the taste act geatly anmmMJLPfB ataw- -rnoiiinHAiiaMiH will be mailed and positively on kidneys liver and twwata free to any ad tlcauslng the entire ijmm Hiel e14a cum Iwadaoite fever habitual eonatlnaMas dress gwit and bllioueoeea Plea buy and try a box Co Specific of U C O to day He l m essta tMdawi AUasU G giMMsstsasj yg esrs by aU Cancer The fact that the L N won its first suit last week in Bell county in nine years is regarded and very naturally as an item worthy of the largest possible publicity Oue of two things possibly both is patent John Cotgrove who sued for 10000 either had poor cause of action or the jury was of unusual intelli- Â¬ gence and didnt follow the usual custom of slapping it to the railroad whether the proof justifies it or not The prt ju dice against railroads and other corpora tlons in nine cases out of ten without reason is so deep seated and general that it is almost impossible for them to get justice Lawyers knowirg this are quick to accept contingent fees in cases against them and that accounts for the great number of suits that are brought The youngest and most bustling city in the United States Founded last April Lincoln boasts a seweraga system electric lights maca Â¬ damized roads trolley cars telephone franchise and a water plant From a hamlet to a town to a city in THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE this incredibly short time Lincoln has grown with the wonderful progressive Lung Troubles and Consumption Can be uess looked for only in ltd West a splendid example of the indomitable per Â¬ Cured tinacity of one strong man Like most forceful men Mayor Drake An Eminent New York Chemist and Scien- Â¬ must see results before giving his apMakes a Free Offer to Our tist proval but when convinced he speaks Readers out his mind without fear or favor of any one The distinguished New York chemist There is no hesitation among Mayor T A Slocum demonstrating his discov- Â¬ Drakes friends in saying that Paines ery of a reliable and absolute cure for celery compound has been of the utmost Consumption pulmonary Tuberculosis help in enabling him to do a prodigious and all bronchial throat lung and amount of work and to gee rid of that chest diseases stubborn coughs catarrhal insomnia that at one time resulted from affections general decline and weakness every prolonged effort Mayor Drake loss of flesh and all conditions of wast Â¬ himself says ing away will send THREE FREE BOT Â¬ Lincoln Middlesex Co N J TLES all different of his New Discov- Â¬ Oct 30 1897 eries to any afflicted reader of the Beeck Wells Richardson Co enbidqe News writing for them Gentlemen I have been getting His New Scientific Treatment has Paines celery compound from our local cured thousands permanently by its druggist After sixteen hours work timely use and he considers it a simple each day sleep eltdit hours each night I professional duty to suffering humanity like a baby and attribute much of the to donate a trial of his infallible cure strengthening of my nerves to Paines Science daily develops new wonders and this great chemist patiently experi Â¬ menting for years has produced results as beneficial to humanity as ran be claimed by any modern genius His as Â¬ sertion that lung troubles and consump- Â¬ tion are curable in any climate is proven filed by heartfelt letters of gratitude in his American and European laboratpr ies in thousands from those cured in all parts of the world Medical experts concedo that bron- Â¬ chial chest and lung troubles lead to Cousumption which uninterrupted means speedy and certain death Simply write to T A Slocum M O 08 Pine street New York giving post office and express address and the free medicine will be promptly sent Suffer-Â¬ ers should take instant advantage of his generous proposition Please tell the Doctor that you saw his offer in the BitECKENBiDas News A Well Known Attorney Disbarred Â¬ celery compound Yours truly Silas D Drake Nothing demoralizes the health soon- Â¬ er or more completely than even the oc- Â¬ casional loss of sleep To start a new day with the brain unrefreshed is like trying to keep a worn out horse up to bis work with the whip instead of by feed- Â¬ ing The incessant brain activity is as if the skull were laid bare and the surface of the brain were struck lightly every few seconds and without a sign of a let- Â¬ up Thus 8leeplessuess imperceptibly but no less surely destroys the brain cells that are the source of mental power and tho health of every organ of the body Paines celery compound gets the ner- Â¬ vous systom out ot this dangerous rnt of sleeplessness It supplies nourishment to the nervous tissues faster than they are worn out and does not let the nutri- Â¬ tion of these delicate parts get low enough to bring on insomnia One of the earliest evidences of the final success of Paines celery compojnd in curing debility norvousness sleepless- Â¬ ness and derangements of liver and kld Â¬ noys is the increased appetite the clearer skin and that indescribable precursor of health a feeling of well being tnat takes the place of the tired languid mel- Â¬ ancholy condition Ar i AUCTION SALE Saturday March 5 I From the Interior Journal At Irvington Ky Horses Mules Cattle - 0 the Breast Sheep and Hogs will be sold T- Â¬ FARMERS to us and we will do the Â¬ desiring any of their stock sold can bring sMkW w rest The IRVINGTON CREAMERY will go to the highest bidder Â¬ A Real Blood Remedy Bring your stock and get a good price on the day of sale YOU R FORTU NE tirul dtVS McGlothlan DW Bland V Jrtii HEtfRX Auctioneer