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THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THEX NRWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 2 1898 eentatlve from the bluograee took oc Â¬ casion iopeel the epidomlaof Uie ypung legislator from Mercer leaving great rib ruts as the rolls of roasted street urchins say when one has given another a st Vrrei tongue lashing Tbise are about the only real amenities that can be repotted In ths session bo itealil to the credit of tbe members and tlijs particular exchange of courtesies vll hardly result In any further hostilities The Cbtnn anti trust book bill which NO 33 CONGRESSIONAL SUMMARY FRANKFT The Goebel Bill v SUNDAY NOT neither docs It fntend to be caught unprepared If thero Bhould be trouble Alliance Ordered to Sea Feb 28 The Portsmouth N H first poslttvo orders received at the Portsmouth navy yard since the blow- Â¬ ing up of tho Maine came Sunday in tho shape of an order to send the warship Alliance to sea on April 1 She will bo put In first class repair by that time Spain Fnililng-- Naval Work OUR NAVY AND SPAINS Wherein We Have The Advan- Â¬ Election Passes The House OBSERVED at League Island tage of Dons The v ished with all the tenderness a inotber By The Workmen could have bestowed upon a growing plant has been killed by the more con- Â¬ Navy Senator Bronston and Morgan servative bill of Senator Bronston which It is claimed will not pile up Incrasd Chinn Have a Lively Set to Yard expense on theu people of the state in expenditures for new text books forJocal Bill Over the Book and county schools The Chinn bill was safely on ils way to final passage wlien BronBton picked out as a special targe t WORK ON WARSHIPS PUSHED The Political Pot IsBolllnj and Sen- - for his telling darts and behold it lies t shattered and past tho bounds of possible I satlons The Order of passage tbrouvh the shrewd machinaThe Day Minneapolis And Columbia Altions of the gentleman from Fayette FMjM the Mercer county law maker bad nour Â¬ Fcrrol Spain Feb 28 The work of naval construction and armament Is being pushed by the government with tho greatest activity at the ar Â¬ senal and dock yard A BLOODY In the Senate Washington Feb 22 Ilesolutlon adopted directing tho committee on na Â¬ val affairs to investigate tho Maine disaster Census bill discussed Washington Feb 23 Washingtons farewell address rend Bill for two ad Â¬ ditional artillery regiments passed Resolution adopted looking to the con- Â¬ struction of a battleship to be called Gcorgo Washington and to be superior to any now afloat Washington Feb 24 Tho diplo- Â¬ matic and consulate bill and the mil- Â¬ itary academy bill were passed after an amendment to the former to rec- Â¬ ognize Cuban belligerency had been ruled out of order Washington Feb 25 Senator Spoon er made a speech In favor of seating Mr Corbett from Oregon Senator Al- Â¬ len withdrew his Cuban resolution Washington Feb 2C Right of Hon Henry W Corbett to a seat In tho sen Â¬ ate from Oregon discussed BUI pass Â¬ ed to build a dam across the Missis Â¬ sippi river between Coon rapids and tho northern limits of Minneapolis In the Home Washington Feb 22 Tho prlvato calendar was cleared BUI passed to pay Newberry college In South Caro- Â¬ lina 15000 for damages to property during the war Washington Feb 23 Mr Johnson of Indiana made an elsquent speech in opposition to Hawaiian annexation J Rojrct snake the lood pure wholrsome and dellcloaf SPAIN EXCELS IN FAST CRUISERS POWDER Absolutely Pure TBAQEDY la Whlea Tire Â¬ ALL LATEST NEWS THEiqAPITOL v i K r h r b Kv Feb 20 The Geo bel election bill baa parsed the House in spite of the comcoeudaple Hurts of the oppositlpn to scotch it This does nt mean however that the bill will Not by aptyng sjght It btcomeiUaw may but it still has some rough Bhoals to get oyer before IV sails qut into clear and placid waters hi Jthe legislative stream I tol the readajsj of tie Nkws thought of the in my last letter whit revolutionary and unDepipcratic meas Â¬ ure andfeyshftll never ihave cause to change myoplnion br that honest esti Â¬ mate of it The legislators up here do not realize what a storm is gathering because oLte ww4tbe leaders in the AssemblyjJMJTjBltrarapled upon the rights of theDrtgocratio party Tne bill will go to35THtnate alter being vetotd where itwUl meet its one formidable Senator stumbling block to success Bronston and everybody who knows auythiigof this legislature knows how hard he flhts has sworn that he will Bay here till the crack of doom if needs br to ih feat tbe unheard of act against ttie peoples rights lie is putting him lor a test of endurance B If in training and will speak for Bix week his friends say but what he wll banisu the Goebel m aauro to the shelves of solitude and oblivion I hope he will be succtsdul though 1 du nut often favor obstruction or filibustering methods in public bodies Many of the beBt men in the party out in the state have written letters here and have unit petitions begging in legislators or their friends to modify tbe bill so a to make it Detuociatic and lees lUed like fn its tenor but the wishes ol the people have had small weight with the majority I do not mean that all the g jOU Tiien are opposed to the bill Home of the best and moot honest men In our party favor it but 1 believe it is in many instances because they triifet the aders aud frauiers of it and have not taken the time to properly anal is the measure 1 kuow a few good men who thiuk reforms neceeeary but 1 think the prtsent plan of conducting Btate elections by Btcrtt ballot is abso Â¬ lutely fair and uauuot be improved op Tne Governor will of course veto tbe Uoebel bill uud will take the full ttju days allowed to consider tbe disposition of it Tills vill make it lute in the sesÂ¬ sion aud when it gets to the Senate 1 faithfully believe Senator liroustou can deal tbe death bo to it I of course hope so for I do not wait to see another Bplit iu tbe D mociatic party uud 1 kuow it will follow as naturally as sun From seventy Ken Â¬ Bblue follows rain tucky newspapers that 1 have seen the past reekI clipped editorial expretsious in oppcsition to the Goebel bill from forty eight That means something aud ought to substantiate the position of the opposition Said an old Democrat from Davit B3 I heard that Dave county jtsterday Murray is tryiug to flunk ou the Burck KNnuxm Nkws and 1 am surprised The Nuns has been one of tbe btst Deuio OBllu papers I ever read and by jingo it ttlwajB supported JJaye 1 said the other day to one of my friends that i believed Dave Murray would be tbe Congressman ti6m the fourth district to succeed Smith after another term and that I was will- Â¬ ing to bet fifty ceuut to a ginger cake that John liabbage would do as much as any olhei two uiuii to elect Divt Fbankkiit 1 Tbe local option hill which has been alivlug breathing nightmare to the loy era of frumenti has beeu paU and If It is not side tracked In some WBy will Jiauut the j g steereiB sleeping and wak lug while they dwell In this vale pf fears This bill will make dry a number of counties which are unw ci J lying the the irrigating privilege which are assur Â¬ ed only In localities where the saloon law Is In force But It Is claimed the bill will be held up snd ssayhsp pgeqa Holed till it bo lorgr has vitality wifll eW to withstand the deadly pall of the opposttioa Oa ol the swsatkMMl episodes ef the putt wash wastHssfdilfcil verbal et M batwsea Beoator Brewkw snd young MajJMm Chinn of the Home who by tao way is a chip o ths oll block sad as sgrtsvs as a well M raUkr The pat saws up over ths China seboo book bill which Broaatoa has bora opposing sternly China on Friday mads sows catting rsaaarks about tbs ayM coun Â¬ o Saturday ths wpra- ty aowtlor ad Rwpressntatlve Iiaswell of Brecken most Ready To ridge tried mighty hard last week to Move kill the Bronston prison commission bill in the House by correcting the journal relating to the recordof tbe bills passage but tbe young man fought a losing fight Tbe majority saw to it that Mr Iiaswell SO IS MONITOR MIANTONOMAH and his co partner Mr Meyer of Green- Â¬ up were promtply squelched whon they arose for the purpose of dealing ttje Bronston bill a few verbal jabs and The Ram Katahdln Is Having Her Ventilatsleige hammer upper cuts Body blqws ing Apparatus Improved and Fitted were not permitted and the majority With Steam Pipes sat on Mr Iiaswell with a vim lie is aggressive however and was up and at em again when another opportunity offered Philadelphia Feb 2S League island The bill abolishing the state board of navy yard literally swarmed with vis Â¬ tqualization has been passed since my itors in consequence of the report from last letter Tne bill for removh g the Washington that the cruisers Colum- Â¬ double-tur-rete- d capital to Lexii gxn which is only tbe bia and Minneapolis the monitor Mlantonomah and the vehicle for the transport of argumontpre ram Katahdln had been ordered to go and con on objectlanablo measures Into commission with dispatch usually bqbs up semi weekly In other Both cruisers have skeleton crews words it is a time killer and when there aboard while the monitor has been ly Â¬ 1b need for filibustering the capital re- Â¬ ing at her dock for several years and moval question is trotted out as a sub Â¬ the Katahdln since last winter terfuge Representatives offer all sorts None of the naval officials at tho of amendments from 6ne moviDg the nary yard would say anything relating capital to Butcbertown o another locat- Â¬ to the future movements of the vessels but from workmen it was learned that ing the states preserves at Buoglown the commission orders had been issued Tho bill has been pissed giving the This was borne out by the fact that Dispatch the Associated Press franchise all day a large force of men In tho con- Â¬ which tome conservative Democrato struction and repair departments wero think was an unjustifiable miasure be Â¬ actively at work on the Mlantonomah cause owners of the Associatid Press and the Katahdln Visitors were kept oft these boats franchises had paid largely for the news privilege and ought to have some prp and only those having friends among the officers and crews of the cruisers tectlon were allowed on board The newspaper men of Kentucky are THE UIANTONOHAH ALMOST READY The repairs to the monitor are all of tryiug to work together in consort to se cure some sort of legis ation and it is a minor nature and will be completed much needed protecting state publica- Â¬ by Tuesday Over 20 men have already is said her tions from the omnipresent libel suit been detailed for her and itbe made up full complement of 150 will bringer and to compel the filii g of ac- Â¬ as rapidly as possible tions iu the county in which tbe allfgd A large force of men were busy on libelous publication has been made thus the Katahdln Improving her ventilat Â¬ preventing the publishers from spend Â¬ ing apparatus and fitting her with ing ueedlef s money in defendirg suits steampipes This work will only take iu foreign counties It is to be hoped a few days Sunday work at League Island is very the remedial legislation will bo enacted profession in the country is unusual and this activity Is taken to for no other Indicate that the navy department in Â¬ so much imposed upon as newspaper tends to get the vessels there ready for dom Balling at a moments notice Late Sunday afternoon steam was The only bill thus far signed by tbe gotten up on board the monitor for the l Governor is tbe Tracy evidence b purpose of testing her boilers and ma- Â¬ which piovides for tbe testifying of con Â¬ chinery In one of tho lofts nearly 100 victs iu certain cases It looks like the men were at work on small spars and bill putting up the licenses on ctgnretts boat fittings would become a law The bill for regu Â¬ Everything is ship shape on the Min Â¬ lating the sale of leaf tobacco is hanging neapolis and Columbia and boyond fill- Â¬ fire but will probably pass The Bron Â¬ ing up their complement of officers and ston prison commission bill will know men and taking on coal and provisions Its f tto this week The bills amending nothing remains to be done This will consume about flvo days at tbe state game law have nearly all been the most and then both vessels will bo killed or will be before the term ends ready for actlvo service The work of enlisting men will con- Â¬ The number of applicants for places tinue until orders to stop have been on the Bronston prison commission con- Â¬ received from Washington tinues to increase I saw n list last night rASTOHAt IETTEK and It embraced tbe name of sixty f jur UUmai America for tho Prolongntlon of I can name one member now with cet the Cuban War taluty That is Capt Moore of Shaw Madrid Fob 28 Tho cardinal arch- Â¬ ban Bourbon county who was brouglt published a to the front by nis recent bellicose die bishop of ValladoUd has pastoral letter blaming America for cusslou with the editor of the Lexington prolongation of the Cuban war Herald in which the Captain suggested tho His emlnenco says that he was ready to meet the writer f The hypocritical friendship of tho ceitaiu editorials in the Herald ou the United States fosters the rebellion field of honor to wipe out alii gid insults and wastes Spains resources In order the better to attack her when weak Â¬ The political pot can hardly contain ened itself bo rapidly does it boil as the ses He exhorts all true Spaniards to unite In defending the rights nnd sion nt ars the end Almost every day a The letter has new Richmond apptais in some field honor of the nation ready to do battle for a nomination of caused widespread comment The Correspondencla Mllltar organ some character The latest to announce of the army says The prevailing im Â¬ is Mr Hickman of McLean county a pression is that war between Spain Populist leader for Congress He will and the United States will break out of couis have to defeat Henry Allen of in April Union county who is regarded as a cer- Â¬ A former captain general of Cuba Â¬ tain tip The Bronston boom f jr Govpresumably Marshal Martinez Cam- Â¬ ernor is ready for launching and it will pos interviewed by a representative be a oud noise maker if it is not punct- Â¬ of Correspondencla Mllltar Is reported ured by the desperately unpopular ma Â¬ as saying I never entertained a doubt that If chine bill for the reformation of ele- Â¬ ction which Is the spec al pet and hobl y the rebellion vyere not suppressed bo fore 1898 war with tbe United States of the K nton county Senator would become an accomplished fact Unhappily my prpphecy will be ful I uade raUnd the Republicans are tlled quietly laying their plans for an I have the consolation of havjag stab campaign and that they have iinn all In mv Dower to avert it and more hops of being sticeeaeful again therefore 1 do not regret the blame than they have since the last state elec Â¬ wbch has beea heaped upon me All tion Oas of the kMdsrs row out iu the that is now possible Is that we should I know all units to meet ths danger that state said to we yesterday rt threatens ths country what this Goebel bill Is dolag its Mag ths Democratic party wWe opea Will Mat Ha Caught UHpreparol again sad ths broaeh Is aolug to be Feb 38 Ih answer to Waahlngts wider than tbe oas oyer the money the qusstlfitt as t what was ths wan question is tbs last PjssldsKtial con Jog of ths evsMsati of guns art aw up nualtloM Assistant scrtary of War H Mrslr ssrvss to Roosevelt mM With ChimU H4rta Vswr HwUSSlHWMpiaMIJB BJSOTVW show that ths dspsrtmst doss not bs ItfUMMf WWrSgi SfW Usj thrs wUl as tar iroaMs tor PO UUUUIaU9WfipMk7ff Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ apg-ee-sl- to Our Two Probable Scene of Dr J II Little Rock Feb Hartzell a physician of some promi- Â¬ Naval Operations in The nence and William K Elliott were Event of War bloody tragedy en Â¬ tho principals in a acted here Tho tragedy grew out of a family affair In which Mrs Hartzell was In- Â¬ LIVELY FIGHTING EXPECTED volved and which it Is alleged led to that ladys suicide about a month Washington March 3 Speolnl1 ago Dr Hartzell fired three shots at El- Â¬ Spains navy without n shadow of doubt liott when only flvo feet away Two is much Inferior to that of tho United of the bullets took effect one in tho States nnd in tho evont of war this fact in tho opinion of our naval officers would abdomen and one in the chest Elliott sprang on Hartzell and bo quickly demonstrated Thero is ono wrestling the revolver from the phy- Â¬ particular however In which tho Spnnith It sicians hand turned it upon him and navy ozcels that of tho United Statoa ships fired two shots one of them striking U In tho possession of a number of which are known as armored cruisers but Hartzell In the cheek which nro really second class battleships A Durglar Lynched and of great speed Spain hns sovon of Mayfleld Ky Feb 24 A mob of theso fast fighting ships but It is boliovcd about 300 or 400 citizens of Mayfleld that only flvo or porhaps six of thorn nro ready for service Thoy nro nil of about and Graves county gathered from dif- Â¬ 7000 tons or about the slzoof tho 111 fntod ferent points in tho outskirts of the Mulne though ono of thorn Is much larTho city nnd dragged Richard Allen col ger or of 0000 tons displacement Vlzcnya whose visit to New York harbor orod out of the Jail and carried him will be long romemborod Is ono of tbo0 to the court house yard and swung ships War vessels possoss thrco main points of him to a tree Allen was arrested sev- Â¬ efflclonay One of thoso is tho power of eral days ago for burglary and It was their guns the second Is tholr armor or to attack and tho power of for this crime that he was strung up tholr is speed resistance Of tho throo tho last named third He was a member of a gang who are Is much more Important than most people responsible for wholesale robberies In think If a ship has speed superior to that of its antagonist it can fight or run no this vicinity cording to olroumstancos Sho mny rofuso battlo with a ship of superior armament Negro 1ontmniter Asianlnnted and show hor hoels Conversely sho oan Lake City S C Feb 23 Postmas Â¬ compel any Inferior and slower craft to ter Daker a negro and his child were stand battle Our Cruiser shot to death and their bodies cremat- Â¬ Agnlnst theso five or six armored cruis- Â¬ ed It is said that a mob numbering several hundred surrounded Bakers ers or fast battleships of Spain wo hnvo vossels exactly of house where the postofflce Is kept set only two the armored Cruiserstheir class Now York These are fire to the building and opened Are with and Brooklyn which nro fully as powor guns upon it Baker was killed and his ful ns tho Spanish ships and of about tho wife two daughters and one son were same spcod In tho opinion of naval ox seriously wounded The woman had a ports tho New York and Brooklyn nro a baby In her arms and she says that match for any throo of tho Spanish ships tbs same class the hall that went through her hand of Notwithstanding the odvantago which passed through the baby killing It and Spain has in the possession of theso fast It fell from her arms orulsers so well armored as really to bo second class battleships our naval author Â¬ ropulUt Refuia to Fuse have no fear of tho result of a war Ind Feb 25 The Wabash ities Wabash between tho llccts After all it must bo county Populists resolutely decline to remembered that ships cannot fight till fuse with the free Bllver Democracy in they get together and oven if tho Spnnith this county and have resolved to put have faster ships of tho first class whon the an independent ticket In the field A collision comes numbers and weight of tho guns are tho factors call was Issued for a county conven- Â¬ motal thrown bytho old days ships orulscd In tion to be held in this city March 5f that count or in pairs looking for tlio about singly at which a full county ticket will bo enemy Now squadrons go together and put In the field One hundred and five n duel between one or two ships on a sldo delegates from the seven townships Is a very rare thing In modern tlmos wo have naval engagements with ttoot pitted will constitute the convention against fleot Negro Lynched American Superiority Mayfleld Ky Feb 25 Richard Al- Â¬ It Is hero that the superiority of tho len a negro robber was hanged here American navy over the Spanish la most by a mob of 400 people He was clearly manifest Wo excel Spain in numswung up three times before he was ber of ships and In offensive and defonstyo strangled He was lynched for rob Â¬ power battleships to We have bing a house and pointing a pistol at Spains onefour first class white citizen till he backed out of a We have since tbe loss of tho Maine his room one socond class battlosblp to Spains two both of which were built 85 years ago Antl Clgarette Ulll Failed though recently refitted and soamed Frankfort Ky Feb 26 The house and no moro than a match lor tho loins nro has passed the anti cigarette bill The We have six seagoing coast dofunsa Iron Â¬ bill is sweeping In Its penalties and clads of tbo Terror and Puritan typo absolutely prohibits the safe barter against Spains none Wp hnvo a dozqn nonseagolng ooast do loan or use of cigarettes or cigarette even have these things fenso Ironclads such ns the AJax Canon material or to lous Mabopao eta against Spains two in ones possession It now goes to tho very small gunboats whloh of course senate could not copio to thqso shores though all of our ships of this class could bo usod In Murder and Suicide defenso of our coast cities Commlskey Ind Feb 23 Charles Wo bavq onq armored ram tho Katah Â¬ E Boles a trustee of Marlon township dln to Spains none Wq hove S7 protected cruisers of steel to Jennings county shot and klllqd 8 Iron Of tho 97 Charles Wilson a farm hand who had Spains 6 of stool and ofInclude tho Min Â¬ ships of this class which been working for him for several years neapolis Columbia Olympla Philadel Â¬ and then half an hour later turned tho phia etc wo could put in operation revolver on himself and committed sui- Â¬ against Spain at least 16 ships with a ton nugo avornglnff about 8600 each and arma Â¬ cide ment according to ilia against not mora btruck tr a Train than 8 by Spain with an avorago tonnago Warsaw Ind Feb 23 The west- Â¬ of about 2800 bound Pennsylvania train struck the Where tba IabUuS Will Be horse and buggy of Dr Millard L Dick If war comes the navel operations will at a crossing just east of here Dr bo In Cuban waters off our own Atlantio prinolpal Tho Dick was instantly killed and bis bug Â¬ const and near ouroonslst of ports six or Spanish fleot will about gy destroyed Dr Dick was a prom soton ships that mny be called first class nent pbyslcan of Flerceton this county fighting croft but against thorn wo shall bo able to send out at least 15 vessels of Murder la Charged Feb 23 C II equal class Ind Versailles When It comes to a collision between tho Hughes superintendent of the county or ships of the seoond class reserve infirmary and a very promjnent citi- Â¬ we shall fleets havo the superiority In tho again by Constable Jesse ratio of something like two to one If tho zen was arrested Hunter of Cross Plains on a warrant enemy breaks through our two linos of de sworn out by Opvernor Mount charg- Â¬ ifense out nt son and approaches our har Â¬ Â¬ ing him with having killed Henry bors we shall have to resist thornSO In ad Â¬ gun dition to tbo land fortifications 1897 In other Shuter on Sept 15 boats and ironclads that havo not boon Jo words he is charged with being oqe sea at all Versailles lynchers of the There Is one mora particular In which tho Spanish havo a little the advontogo of Tortured Hli IJabr us and this Is in tho torpedo boats Spain Treaty Ind Feb 25 Mark Harsh at present has a larger number of theso barger was arrested on a bench war Â¬ boats than tho United States but if war should be long delayed her superiority in rant sworn out by his sister-in-laUnited Lizzie Stoops charged with cruel treat- Â¬ this respect will disappear Tbeclass tor Â¬ ment of bis wife Miss Stoops makes States Is now building tho first Harshbarger seized ha pedo boats and a number of tbwowlll son affidavit that be ready for 09m m lesion infant child and held it over a redhot Nat One Sided War stove until Its face was blistered lie Looking over tbe whole field our naval denies the charge and was released qa authorities sotm that a war between Spain 100 bond and tbs United States would not be a ono Ws oeaktnos elded affair by say means Merer Wai Captured hops to eeeapowltaoutdrwwKul lossss Ws West Liberty Ky Feb it Mat havs iwhts as wany tales as Basin wish drear oao of ths most aot4 awoa faily tvrW ths teTssSttsssss bat the Jhm a W law tetrrWe vssmI t Ma sewed m4 ta shlaers la Kentucky ts U4 Is aattte gaR opsratlag Ms 1IUU sttlt la this bar tatasda ftsttlU wkieh shebow sua unit aw totfctasM ths Atlaatts K county abeut 184 art aaaUtary fsass not to bs isaylsai up to about six atetttlM aao Ths aey on tat yaoax ta mwush stwita t raatsat aftoam aait It too hot MtoadTarUOsBOa0anr treat baas st wakta ta Spanalav Us was etmaalUa to lsavs and was asw eaa toll as to sijorsas sad tas dlf- Ka woBt to VlrgUia stbtsa taajr ttt oaoowtsr In Dirod to ato His Taara aas bom saaqy W SUpOUOS Of SMI sw aiaa wavraa ysujsaa 24 Â¬ Â¬ w Human Senffea Out IJree Were Has Seven Second Class Battleships DOTAL lAKina rOWDte CO tltW YOKK MAY SOLVE MYSTERY Police on The Trail of the Mur- Â¬ derers of Mrs Stolz Washington Feb 24 Tho moon- Â¬ shiners Informers appropriation In IMPORTANT tho sundry civil bill was knocked out by southern members Washington Feb 25 Appropriation in sundry civil bill increased to care for unused machinery at Springfield arsenal Two ex naval cadets appoint- Â¬ ed to engineer corps of navy Senate bill restricting powers of territorial legislatures passed Washington Feb 26 Appropria- Â¬ tions for Kentucky river increased from 105000 to 350000 Item of 400000 for San Pedro harbor retained In sundry civil bill Cleveland O harbor to bo Improved to the extent of 300000 CLEWS FOUND Information Carefully Guarded Will Not be Made Public Until Ar- Â¬ rests Have Been flade rellceman Killed South Bend Ind Feb 28 Single handed facing disadvantages of num Â¬ bers and a murderous ambush In the dark Officer Louis Keller of the South Bend polico fought grimly to bis death One of the desperate band of alleged burglars who killed him was mortally wounded The rest of Ke- Â¬ llers adversaries four in number are prisoners in jail and public Indigna- Â¬ tion is at fever heat Keller noticed the back door of a cigar store unlocked and went in to investigate when tho fusillade began No Mercy Shown to Zola Paris Feb 24 The Jury found M Zola guilty as charged In all the counts and declared thero were no extenuat Â¬ ing circumstances On hearing the ver- Â¬ dict Zola exclaimed They are canni- Â¬ The convict was sentenced to bals one years imprisonment and to pay a fine of 3000 francs the maximum pun Â¬ Portland Ind Feb 28 The author- Â¬ ities havo unearthed some very Im- Â¬ portant clews which In a few dayB may lead to tho detection and arrest of the murderers of Mrs Louisa Stoltz who wa3 found bound gagged and dead two weeks ago and her house robbed Tho nature of tho discoveries Is guarded Jealously and not a thing In connection with It allowed to leak out but enough has been learned that Is of grave Importance The postal card bandanna and blue handkerchief and the nugget scarfpln are being carefully looked after and theso Are thought to havo furnished from some source tho new Informa- Â¬ tion Mrs Smith of West Walnut street claims that a man entered her bouse and made her give up all the money thero while another stood guard out- Â¬ side They threatened her with an awful penalty In case Bhe disclosed anything and sho kept still through fear Will lie UlMecteil Wabash Ind Feb 28 Adolph Len who is a sufferer from cancer Inform- Â¬ ed his local physician that ho had so disposed of his property that all ex- Â¬ penses for the remainder of his exist- Â¬ ence would be provided for and had arranged for funeral outlay and would go to a Chicago hospital He expressed a request that after his death his body bo taken In charge by tbo hospital au- Â¬ thorities for dlsscctlou as he cared nothing for his body Never Ceded to the Gfoterument Tipton Ind Feb 28 An old man giving his name as Pakagon and his homo as Hastings Mich claiming to bo an Indian chief says that a consid- Â¬ erable part of northern Tipton county Is embraced In n tract of land pever ceded to tho government b tho Indi- Â¬ ans He will Investigate In adjoining counties and then go to Washington to present his claim to tho government Doctor Arrested Indlnnapolls Feb 28 Dr William Herman Kluge has been placed under nrrest for practicing medicine without a license lie holds a diploma from tho Wlsconstn Eclectic Medical college which the prosecution claims was ex Â¬ posed Bnme months ago and Its pro- Â¬ prietor arrested for using the malls Illegally Did Nut llelleve Uli Story Brazil Ind Feb 28 John MoLen hart treasurer of Clay Lodge H04 368 Odd Fellows of Harmony reported to Chief of Police Louderback lthot ho bad been waylaid and knocked Insensi Â¬ 500 rodge ble and then relieved of money Tho chief suspected tienhart and locked him up for embezzlement Attended Hit Wifes Funeral William Columbus Ind Feb 28 Knight who shot and killed his wife was taken out of Jail under a sheriffs guard to attend the funeral of his vic- Â¬ tim where ho called on his dejdvlc tlm to bear witness to his Innocence He claims the fatal shot was acciden- Â¬ tal No one saw the killing Almost Cut to Ilece Shelbyvllle Ind Feb 28 While coming to this city the horso driven by Sbeperd Mann took fright at several dogs which ran out at the rig and ran away throwing Mann and ters Samuel Wills out and fatally injuring them They were thrown into a barb wire fence and almost cut to pieces ishment KNOCKED OVERBOARD Sheriff of the Accidental Hli Cousin Columbus Ind Feb 26 Iu a letter Just received from Colombo Ceylon Sheriff Thomas Cox learned of tbo ac- Â¬ cidental drowning of his cousin James Barnes a former citizen here which occurred Jan 19 Barnes was In tho United States navy on tho warship Raleigh and was by accident knocked off the vessel while cruising along tho coast of the Island of Ceylon CliHiice For Fuilon Indianapolis Feb 26 Although the state Populist convention practically declared against fusion it has develop- Â¬ ed that A J Padgett succeeded In tacking to the antl fuslon plank tho following amendment Nothing In tho minority report shall be construed to prevent Populists In the townships counties and cities from uniting with other persons to defeat dishonest and Incompetent officials There was an- Â¬ other amendment that all vacancies on the state ticket shall be filled by tho state central committee It Is said that eight members of the state central com mitteo If not nine favor fusion Hit With an Ax Mount Sterling Ky Feb 26 At a sawmill 10 miles from this city Millard Anderson struck Henry Hawkins on the back of the head with the pole of an ax crushing his skull Hawkins will die Hawkins was mixed up In tho murder of James Cockram last summer and thero is a theory that Cockrnm was killed through a mistake for Millard Anderson at that time Cox Learu Drowning- - of Want the MarrlHg e Annulled Anderson Ind Feb 26 Madison Harney and Miss Cora Cohen the brldo only 15 eloped and were married tho father of the bridegroom making tho necessary affidavit Tho parents of the brido charge the senior Harney with perjury and will attempt to have tho marriage annulled Both Feet Hotline Off Jeffersonville Ind Feb 26 Edward Leach of Memphis 25 going home lato at night went Into the barn and slept covering himself with a blanket Both of his feet were frozen so badly that they began rotting off and Leach un- Â¬ derwent amputation It is feared he will die atreaeh-af-Iroml- SuM ra rJry f Peru iBd Feb 25 Leona Waggon or Is dsavandlag SW0 damages from Otoras W Pyls altofiag breach ot bowmm She statais a betrothal wltsj the narrlac aaoetatad for last Christ mas but Itassoad a November last tha Indiana roetuiattert Washington Feb 28 TkfollowlB Indlaaa postmasters have besa appelat Â¬ ed Earnest Fayette county Eva Tro ell YicAiitif uhi realgasdi Wlvor pocawu Posey cowiy wiiiian ansa msaoat vie Ox Qrtfway mi v J T dsfenaaat aad JsaaU aibboas Ha Mae wora ft Lfc st jrJaTCaFtX m wrm WoWMStlilt sura Sjatas Mk Sjaaetraag biuod pure ISgIL auanifaUMa fa Wllty teat m -- f mjz 4t4c44i atb t 1 - sa m THHt BRROKgLKtHIpom NAIfe Breckewridge fa T Q qpyBRlPOHy KIT J TMWlWMan ami News ud Prisriitn 19P8 Junius Marshall living near this place left Monday to make their home in West Ridge Illinois A good mothers prayers will follow those boys We hope they may do well Mrs Loulo May arrived from Montana last week and will remain here some time vlsitirg Richard Mays family Her husband is on his way to the Klondike- havlrg left Montana with a party of eighteen ten days ago The committee appointed to build the Methodist church at Kirk met here one day last week and decided to push the matter as rapidly as possible Rev 8 K Breeding thinks with the money that can be raised and the labor and material that can be put into it by the people of that vicinity the work of building will go right along Tue Oikland congrega- Â¬ tion have decided lhat the church should bo built and that the best location tor it is at Kirk Warren Macy who is in the retal grocery business at Louisville was down last week visiting his fathers amlly near Garfield While at home he took unto himself a bride Miss Jacie Brow They were married at the home of the brides pirents near Garfield last Sunday evening JRev Buchanan officiating They r turned to Louisville Monday Btfetngt Saltan WIDNfc8DAY MARCH 2 Lli V llliiLssssssssssssssssssssW lrst the money til V I3 OW I Mr Drake one of our ell zmif moved McOord railroad hill to Irvlngton latt Tuisday Mr Drake was to be rid of because-- bad blood is a giod penc iihle and industrious man Tub Battleship Kentucky will be tho breeding placo of disfiguring and we hato to give him up Hfhasa launched at Newport Nona the iMh ol Is your nice family of children Heres luck to and dangerous diseases this month blood bad It ia if you aro f H H them HiBMHBBBBHBiiiMHHiiiiM X bothered by Elagued by pimples or Five hundrkd Democrats of Owen The Hon Gus W It chanlsonsajs your skin is blotched by county met In Convention and passed that If Spain and Uncle Sam gets Into a eruptions or your body eaton by denouncirg the Goebel resolutions Bcrnp he Is willing and ready to tUht on eoros and ulcers You can havo 1 eh ctiou bill land at any time but when it comes to good blood which is puro blood if fighting on water he will ask to b i ex you want it You can bo rid of At several points In the state patrio- Â¬ cus d pimples boils blotches sores and tic Kentuckians have announced their Mr J N Heir Jr photographer of By tho uso of ulcers How willingness to aid Uncle Sam in that Valley Home makes frequent visits to little brush with Spain our town We are informed that Jim is in love with one of our bonnie lassies There Is no telling how many men Jim is handsome and sociable and we We have secured the exclusive rgency of this well established the United States could command in a are alwajs glad to see him brand of Shirt and Collars They bear tho reputation of be- Â¬ war wi h Spain Right now there are Constable Thomas Anderson of the ing tho most durable perfect Dtting and lasting shirt on the thousands who are ready for the fray to Nation over in Breckenridge county begin But little old Spain wouldnt be Wo handles beautiful line of dress plain and plait Â¬ market was over in Meade the other day Tom much in our way It would no doubt and SfSO Tho is tho radical romedy for all dis Â¬ ed white shirts which retail for It is an old acquaintance nf mine and I enliven things In this country considera- Â¬ eases originating in tho blood noted would rather eto and hiar him laugh The damago suit of G 0 Bailey sgalnst bly but the results in the end would Head tho ovidenco than any other man on earth He says Mrs Dr Frank of near Bewlej vllle for not be verv disastrous ARROW BRAND COLLARS rsaparilla was recommended Ayers his precinct in 1600 gave Bryan 07 that sinking a pond on the line between their to me by my physician as a blood purifier majority yet Tom ran on the Republic- Â¬ One of the members of the Fiscal adjoining farms attracted considerable are gems to wear We are prepared to give jou most any When I began taking it I bad bolls all over an ticket and was elected so one can see Court has assured the News that the attention in the Circuit Court The jury Bonner One bottle cured mo my body ftyle shirt wanted and would bo glad to spend a few moments at a glance how popular he is court will do something at its meeting in howeyer returned a verdict for the de- Â¬ Craft Wesson Was iu talking the matter over After six years suffering from blood April to improve the condition of the fendant and the plaintiffs petition was Mr John Brown who lives three poison I began taking Ayers Saraapa mil s south of Brandenburg Is a hustler roads of the county Let us hope that dismissed with costs Mrs Frank her rllla and although I have used only three from away back Y iu may pass his there is no mistake about this Good daughter Mrs Herron and Mr Herron bottles of this great medicine the sores Unquestionably the A A Ham Â¬ have nearly all disappeared roads are bound to prove a blessing to were present and testified in the case farm when you will but yon never catch ming Houston Texas any county Monarch has sus- Â¬ John idle When he is not making A Card crops he is working wire fencing or WW WEBSTER T j tained the honor building barns cribs etc You can set At the last term of Circuit Court I wai Our neighboring city of LellchQeld him down rs not being a calamity howlvictim of another disastrous removed from the Commissioners office lias been the of being the only PrtB Kennedy is another young er fire About a year ego her court house as Judge McBeath said for political Wheat still looks well farmer who will come to the front if te For these political reasons was burned and only the other day a reasons comfortably fitting II L Kurlss wsssick last week keeps bis health whole pquare in the place was cleaned I have no special concern It wa grati- Â¬ All kinds of fruits are safe to date out Truly this is unfortunate Lettch fying to me for him to say that here had Mr William Baskett Jr our popular shirt now offered Alex Hendry returned from Louisvile I field Is an active hustling business little been no other complaint I have had and energetic stock trader made this place and her people are entitled to twenty years experience In this office wonderful statement the other day That Sunday Col J M Fitch of Ciitton Mills was sympathy Though while this is true and it has given me a clear insight into he bought lambs last season all over they have plenty of nerye and will pull tho manner of settling estatefmortgages Meado and Breckenridge counties and here Sunday Mail liens for purchase money and many out of it Jos Kurtz is still laid off on account that George Lyddane had tho nicest aud other questions of a civil character My fattest lambs that he saw and still that of sore oyes Juikie McDieath made an order at the observation aud experience In all of is not half yet that he Baskett was con- Â¬ Fred Moorman Is a sure prz winner close of his court last week removing V these matters has been that in them the stantly on tho market at the Bourbon at a tacky party G Babbage from the office of Commis- Â¬ most watchful and painstaking investi- Â¬ Stock Yards en I he saw no lambs iheie This town needs telephone connection sioner His reasons for so doing were gation is necessary for the success of equal to Lyddaus It seems that this with the outside world purely political He could say nothing litigants I desire to give my entire secret of ralBirg such lambs is known on- Â¬ against bis character or his efficiency It time to the practice of law I will spend B At Parks went to Louisville last ly to George Lyddau was politics pure and simple and done two days In Cloverport each week Tues week on a real estate deal Mr Matt Saunderp formerly of this to Kratify a few politicians and defeated day and Wednesday where I will have Dr P W Foote of Bewley ville was county but at present a resident of Eliz caudidates Its all right If Judge an office in the Neks building All here on business last week abethtown is hero now on a visit to bis Mr Gus matteis intrusted to me will receive care- Â¬ McBeath can stand it we can LORADO Arthur Mattingly of Sample came daughter Mrs JBSmith He says the Brown of this city was appointed to ful and prompt attention FRONT 2H IN CACK H IN Sunday on a visit to relatives here farmers of his county Hardin are giv Â¬ fill the place A G Babbage A number of prospectors for lands ing more attention to the cattle industry 4 than ever before that one firm alone have visited this community recently HARDINSBURG BRANDENBURG have paid Bimply for freight to railroads Mis Aaron Norton of Gai II Id Is vis Â¬ L H fc W TIKE TABLE for transportation on Georgia cattle iting her daughter Mrs Thomas McCoy Mr Jordan Edmonds is quite sick which they bring here to feed or sell to soma hit A considerable amount of timber has Misi Lula Harris has returned from a others the sum of 1500 and that firm been hauled here for shipment this Piingr Daily arr Uardiniburg TtJT am pleasant visit to the country is Watkins Kennedy Besides there winter SOUS VIST are others who bring Georgia cattle to Social items are as scarce as one could Mrs Mary Whlttlnghill of OjIo coun- Â¬ PaiMtitftr Dally arr Hardinibarc lltSS pD possibly expect between seasons that county for tho same purpose ty Is vlsitirg her niece Mia W G and he says the Geoiga cattle as a Misses Lula and Minnie Bland spent Jordan rule are small and knotty Politics is an old fraud anyhow CRSSCZNT Saturday and Sunday with Miss Florltie Mis T G Jordan and Mc Payne and The Meade County Teachers AssociaR S Skillruan went to Louisville Anderson AT AN HONEST HONEST AN tion was held here last Saturday and the wife visited relatives in Meade county Monday The Meade Messenger is increasing house was fairly throrged with visitors last week Call and see samples Jim Deane of Glendeane was here its subscription all the time and is going Jos Minor and Scott Morton were and the nelghbjringcnmmunlty showing last Sunday to the front what an interest the people of this com- Â¬ here last week to look at tho McGloth Mrs Ola Meyers of Buras Is visiting Brother Jenkins preached last Sunday munity take in the way of educational lan farm on Who is thy Neighbor here this week His ans Â¬ Mr Wm Hall and daughter Miss movements The exercises wero opened Dr J T Baker has been on the sick wer was Irgical and plain with prayer by the Rev E K Shults Lzzie and baby Prout went to Clover list for several days Mr Burton Mr Hardisty and Miss war Prcf D S Roberts was elected President port and returned Sunday S 0BI30IRT I am glad to be able to write of such a and Mrs D S Roberts Secretary The Will Hooks baby was quite ill for Mona Price attended the Association at The people of this town extend a Gus ton and several of their pupils triumphant death as that of my friend several days last week Welcome Address was made by our hearty welcome to L II Adkirsan and son two faithful term workers Miss Mrs W J Stlth formerly of Brecken orator Fred A Bush Competition la surely the life of trade GLENDEANE Mrs Stlen of Sacramento Ky is here In a very feeling family who recently moved here Alma Mattinglys general average for the We can prove it here I never saw as ridge county but recently of Louisville and appreciative manner Miss Hilda visiting her fathers family of Irvlngton Wathen Henderson term was almost sb good as these This which occurred on Feb 10th She was The programme came down last Sunday to visit his par- Â¬ Jim Kennedy went te Louisville yesÂ¬ much or all merchandise as cheap fity three years of pg and had been Mattingly responded Priest Moorman went to Haweaville la the secoud medal for Miss Sallle who I have heard Misi Ellen Munfords married thirty six yeais She was Miss was then rendered as follows terday to soil his tobicco ents and to attend Sunday school lost woek is one tireless cunsclenclous ambitious A V Williams Mary Belle Henderson daughter of Mr An Attractive School Room Miss Tula 0 Daniel left last Friday for singing very highly complimented by Peyton Henderson Joe Stewart and sister gave a party Mist Ola Shumate decjased Her The Ideal Teacher Mrs Garrett Wells died Saturday worker The medals were won by the those who were present at the Guston a few days stay in St Louis little folks this time and much merit is last Thursday night in honor of their morning remains were Interred at Eastern Ceme- Â¬ ImpotUnce of Reading In the School Curriculum Association tery Cave Hill Her funeral war nrnnnh ON Neafuj niece Miss Ida Parcel of Daviess Go to A X Kincheloes for cheap is at Cloverport theirs Little Kruma Moorman stands Miss Lutie Moorman Mlu Itllen Munford Miss Jennie Moreraen of Owensboro ed by B o Chapman at Firth and Wal- Â¬ SoloTheHtlyCU first in almost everything she undertakes county goods for the next ten days ltecilaticil for several days Clara Ashcraft has sent me a box of sweet violets whose nut St church of which she was a mem This is the first time sho has had oppor- Â¬ ber Mrs Stlth gave a lif long evidence What Meade County it dolrg in the way of Uucle PdtLvddau has returned to his Mr Owen Cunninghams mother of fragrance fills Prof KavanAUfeh Jacob of Grayson tunity to win a medal here the room and reminds us of being a lovely Christian character a educating her children W 1 Aihcraft old home in Washington county after Chenault is here visiting him this week of a bright girl county Is teaching an interesting vocal devoted wife a help mate in the true Quartette Over the Line It is but fair to say that Paul Demp s veral months visit to his brother claps at this place George Baker of Owensboro was here Recitation Mitt Antle Hamilton Raymond Moorman of Big Spring sins a loving selfsariflclng mother Judgment ster aud Robert Moorman were not per- Â¬ who reared her children eleven all A C Burton Mike Lyddau last Sunday visiting his fathers family spent Saturday and Mr Goodnight a News representative Sunday with us living in the fear and adui inillon of the lleview to enter contest for medals They Mitt Iollie Dugan Tue congregation at Walnut Grove was here last week He was pleased mitted Miss Eva Cash man came over from lie is such a fine little fellow sud we all Lord All of her family wire with her Rewards of the Telcber have been winners in the past This Hev E K Shultt met last Saturday and called Bro Jas with our town aud the Glendeane hosUulon Star last week to enter the B N enjoyed his visit in the last moments except her daugh- Recitation Mist Florence Cain caused their beiug debarred the privelege ter Mrs Abernathy of Oklahoma who Recitation Miss Mary Oandlont Lewis of Livlrgston to the pasterage of pitality College this time If this was tho first time Spain had was sick From the first the physicians Solo LiiVa Lullaby Miss Ella Munford that church for this y ar Miss Mary Peyton and Mr Preston 8 A Pate has been appointed admin olTended us we might forgive more Doctors Henderson and Cecil pronounc- Â¬ Other teachers who wero present and If this county had good public roads Green of Falls of Hough attended Have You Had the Grip istrator of the estate of Marcella J Pate readily but the second offense is n t ed her illness fata hemorrhage of the not on the programme were Misses people who have land to sell would not preachirg at Goshen Sunday and took heart Friends snt beautllul flowers deceased If you have you probably need a rt IN so readily overlooked and this good kind woman had all the Katie Mattingly Amanda Dugan Mattlo have to go on the hunt of buyers the dinner with Mis fiallie Moorman able medicine like Foleys Honey and Co were receiving a B F Beard The LouIbvIIIo press recognizes la E love and attention bestowed but the Wooldrldge of Hardin county Mona buyers would como ou the hunt of the MJlton Claik teacher orator and all Tar to heal your lungs and stop the large stock of spring and summer shoes 0 Babbage city editor of this paper a summons had come Depart and be at Price Albert Bewley Wilbur Shumate land She talked to all and was willing rest round good fellow leaves this morning racking cough incidental to this disease last week I rising young journalist Success to to go and await the coming of loved P I Yates V L Spalding A 0 Yout for Leonard Texas If the Texans want Foleys Honey arid Tar Cough Medi Â¬ Mrs D R Murray who has been vis- rescuing me pinnacle sler l E Hardesty and wife George State ok Ohio City op Toledo YB3 ones some sound free silver speeches Mr Lucas Couutv j M II Beard cine is unquestionably the beet iting Mrs returned home Wilds Elijah Ashcraft Henry Cowley Brother Hesson assisted by Brother Fuank J Chknkv makes oath that be Clark cau accommodate them last Sunday remedy for the throat and Bud Burch John Hicks Stubblt field of Owenbboro will begin SAMPLE is tho senior partner of the firm of F J Some of the patrons of District No 80 lung Pleasant to take Sidney Johnson of Garfield left yes Â¬ protracted services next Sunday at the NOTES Chunky Co doing business in the City have petitlontd Supt Drlskell for a new and is guaranteed terday for Fowler Indiana where he Methodist church here The weather was beautiful of Toledo County and State aforesaid Arthur Mattingly went to Iryington school district They claim this one is A It Fisher Cloverport R A Shell will go to farming De Louie sa b the Spanish nation is and that said firm will pay the sum of too large for their convelnence Mr man Stephonsport Gordon Monday Dinner was served on the ground Haynes Frank Haawella three children came very fond of the United States Lit her Ask Jess Miller about his horse trado Miss Maude Adklsson presided at the ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each Driskull will meet the people here on Patesvllloj E A Witt Hardinsburg from Cloverport last Sunday to visit prove It by handing over that indemnity up and every case of Catarrh that cannot the Oh of March aud a hearing will be ogin Mr McKiuley wants Wheu a nation is at Hardinsbnrg their grandmother be cured by tho use of Halls Catarrh given to all who are interested in the LODIBURGH C 0 Weymuth a clever drumunr V L Spalding was the handsomest Charlie Ileidel and Barney Bohler already in debt it is not so easy Cork FRANK J CHENEY comtemplated change teacher present were hero two weeks as members of the Mr W D Ashcraft is anxious for all was here last wtek Sworn to before me and subscribed In Mlsa Clara Payuo came up from ploy- John Mussulman the pumpman on Mrs M Miller spent Saturday with petit jury from the Cloverport district teachers to attend the County Com- Â¬ All tho teachers from Brandenburg ar-Â¬ my presence this Oth day of December the Uranch has declared war against erport Sunday rived at the eleventh hour A D 1880 The Home Missionary Society will mencement i2ih at the court house Mrs Moseley Stephousport Henry Hardin wenUo Holt Sunday to Spain He has him a stuffed Spalnard Mrs Will Jolly and Mies Bennett He works to advance the cause cf educaA WGLEASON hold a memorial service at the M Brandenburg was Jim Bondman about 400 yards below the tank and visit his sister Mrs Willie Gibson were in Hardinsburg latt week church South next Sunday afternoon at tion by arousing an iuterest through driving a swell team of horses BAU Mrs Nick Pajno and childrenof Web Â¬ Notary Public lakes dally practise with his Winchester 2 oclock in respect to the death of Miss tills channel Jack Mattingly of Hardin Grove Ind Mr Button wps very much in evidence When he succeeds lu hitting hm hell ster and niece Miss Ida Purse of Luclnda B Helm a noted missionary I do enjoy the singing at the Baptist Is here the guest of bis parents with his grip Wonder if he will return Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally resgi his position with the It It Co Owensboro visited here Sunday worker church the choir leads so well and then Mrs Connor and family went tofiteph to Brandenbug via Vine Grovand acta directly on the bood aud mu- Â¬ aud start first to Cuba After the free William Hardin was called to Owenr The ensport Sunday and gave the artist a The attachment cfiBea against C D the whole congrrgition sings Many were disappointed beo use cous surfaces of the sysUm Send for dom of lhat fair Island Is secure hell In Â¬ boro Thursday o sen his wife who lias Payne who made an assignment at books are well distributed aud singing is call vade Spain and have revenge for all the Nancy Hanks did not make her ap- Â¬ testimonials free been quite sicic but is improving Miss Ada Brown is a tin were all dismissed J A whole suul Harned F J CHENEY CO Toledo 0 cruelties the Spalnards have ever com Miss Blanche S Moseley accompanied pearance Probably Oliver was sick Our blacksmith Mr Argabrlght is Dean of Owensboro argued the cases organist aud so faithful SoM by all Druggists 76c milted toward the Inhabitants cf the by M 89 Nell Miller f pent Saturday and Our County Superintendent says there kept very busy Wo aro gad to havo for the dtfendent Weslorn World Several more new pupils have come In Sunday at her home in Stephenspoit Â¬ school him and his clever wife in our midst TOBINSPORT IND la order to reduce my stock prepara Â¬ to attend the Brandenburg Normal and Several of this placo attended the en Â¬ oroslxtyouYen four of houses Iu the counUtopia honor iioli ty and ouly them are the ok Mrs Kitty Rashatn left Thursday tory to filling up wltti spring goods I will several more will begin this week The tertainment at Stephousport Saturday tlmo log school house For the month just closed Emma D night for Missouri where she will Jon for 30 days from this date sell all dry pupils all seem perfectly satisfied and Mrs J P Drlnkwater and little daugh Â¬ night and pronounced it good Esp c Appropriate resolutions wr re adopted ter Clara Pearl of Birds Point Mo Moorman and Harry Moorman each her huBband who Jeft a Short while ago goods and notions shoes hat and clot express themselves as delighted with ially the pantomime and the afterpiece when tho Association adj turned Their who have been the guests of her father made 100 This Is very fine work and tag at cost This means for the rash the faculty aud the course of Instruction Miss Barbara Hardin has returned from next meeting will bo held at Garrett Mr Freeman Adams during the as been doue but twice before In the a visit to only A X Kineheloe- Start in for the remainder of the term Jast her sister at Holt Mr Henry Misi Alma Mat Â¬ Johnson came over Sunday the 4th Saturday in March three eoks have returned home Mrs history of the school to see how If you desire any photographs now Is and you will never regret it Mita Mary IV j ton are the tingly and H A Cox and little son Russell accom she enjoyed her visit Visitors Matt Saunders Elizabeth I shall keep the time to secure them I heard a lady ask the other day if other pupils whose records were once say gallery here a few weeks longer I Mrs Burtuu Harrison wrote Lord Faunt Dko biliousness dyspspala headache consti-Â¬ town Clint Ciutcher Garrett Mrs A piaied them home f jr an extended visit B F Hardin Is at home from Hardins Â¬ peifct for a month each Thompson Misa Anna OBryan Mlaa pation sour stomach IndlgciUon are promptly J Mr Ernet Dlvin and wife of Caanel burg where he has been on the Petit Another lady seemed aiurzid lad this necessary la order to get through leroy The hgheat ten following these two with the work oa hand Come at once She need not Mrs Harrison and Mrs cured by Hoods Plus They do their work Jennie Hardin UrandeurMirg Miss An Â¬ ten lad came up last Friday to make a are Sallle Robertson Aiwa Mattingly jury He hardly knows whether he will nie Johnson Bewley vllle our genial ed- Â¬ farewell visit to their relatives as they W J Mattisgly Burnett are close friends and not a great ton Hobt Mooman Walter ralee a crop this year or wait until the itor J D Babbage Mlea Blanche Jolly will depart this week t w Birds Polut Mack Pry As fen made more money There being such a demand here for while ago a well known man sent Mrs Moorman Paul Dempster Nonna Hunt Â¬ wxt jury Bewley vllle Ligau Stlth Louisville Mo where they will Reside In the while he was on ttie Jury than any wan wire for slat and wire fencing we have Harrison a letter of congratulation upon er Henry Moorman Jr Elliott Moor Â¬ Mitts Lula Lewie Brandenburg Mrs future ordered a car load of wire from Pittsburg the success of her drataltlzatlon of Lit Â¬ man Dale Deane Others make gwxl eould on a farm Gallagher Kaiwaa Pierce Hardaway By the way it easily sad thoroughly for thia purpose We will have both tle Lord Fauntleroy reports tor the month but the number was played in Louisville last week with Bm alter diBMrpM plain ami Cite gilvanlzed wire Is reeirioted to the highest twelve OR CALDWELLS Kosnts All draaabta 51 A Co Urn I a Loulvllle girl for the little Lord I PnUHj The medal winners for the torn are b It I UiuJ A fVt Yjunll Uu There will be a donation held at the TtMmlrmtoUUwiiaHoo4iMMprila il sous and HurouU Kuinw D Moorman tad Sallle Hubert- WOUMICS OONTtrATlOH ft n i i ssssssk ssssssssssssff ssssssssssssi SIX PAGES BRADLEY 1 GoVEItNOB as vetoed the Â¬ Â¬ Ludle Home on next Saturday In the day time In order that the country friends can contribute and also at night for the town people and young folks Provisions of all kluds will be accepta- Â¬ ble groceries clothing remnants of goods bed clothes wood and coal In short nothing can come in ainlsi At night the young people can play and sing and chat as well as be benovolent and abound iu goo gifts Mrs Mi Klntey does not rtgard the familiar comparison between her dis tlnpuished huband aud the first Napo lean as a compliment Sho admits the rt semblance but thinks tho president a much bitter in nil We all do not blame her for while the llttlo corporal had his strong points we know his record as a husband was not exactly a satisfactory one The president Is an exception when it courts to au Ideal husoaud Literary at tho Normal last Friday When Mark Hanna became chairman of the Republican National Commltteo we have been told he had nover made a speech of any kind When he took charge of Major McKlnleys canvass for the presidency he thorgit he could never learn the art of thinking aloud on his feet in a mixed company but when ho found It was absolutely neces saty his fluency surprised his Hfe long friends Mr Hanna is not an orator yet perhaps but his fellow Senators can I am two points anyhow from him he never wastes words and goes straight to business directions Miss Eleanor B Hondrickand I had a delightful day last Saturday with Mrs Annie Bishop who Is a most entertain lag hostess She has traveled and Is acquainted with many interesting peo- Â¬ ple in our own Kentucky towns She was present at the lace and fan sale of the late Sallle Ward Downs and gave an entertaining description of tho valuables Mrs Bishop corresponds with a very talented lady friend In Brazil who writes beautifully In fact the day was one of information as well as pleas- Â¬ ure Tho luucheon was delicious and and daintily seved A visit to the henneries the incubators the brooders to be introduced to Ernest Bishops fine variety of birds formed an interesting feature of the day Each family Is pedi Â¬ greed and provrs It by having exclusive apartments A visit to eali mansion will amply repay the vsitor The Maine disaster is still the topic in social circles newspapers books schoos etc and naturally our navy has come in for a good share of thought and com ment We know remarkable deveop rnenta have taken place in the last twelve years In the American Navy From a condition of great weakness and disrepute it has grown into one of tftici ency anil power worthy of a great nation Whitney Tracy and Hebert are the three secretaries under whom our now Navy was built and history will ever honor those names for plach g the stars and stripes to a place of honor upon the seas Peace is an ideal policy of our Government but we have had Beveral wars forced upon us in fact all cf them except perhaps the Mexican and late Civil wars because of our weakness as a uaval power Nations are not always controlled by principles of right Our nation knows now that if we would always have peace must always bo ready to fight for it sj other nations imiBt think twice before provoking us to a Â¬ Â¬ GUSTON Lewi of Brandenburg Is visiting her couMn Miss Eva Carrlgtn Wo are relUbly Informed that another one of Rhodellas cilr mis had thlity dollars stolen from him several weeks ago It was Mr Charley Avitt who Mlrs Lua Bad Blood is a X SLsssssssssssVsHMkMHHsMHBBPflsBlslsMI Good Thing vt jk A c Shirts SOO Ayeis Sarsaparllla Â¬ All Orders Given Prompt Attention f illllu7 VESTS 20 25 35 Crescent 50 PRICE Â¬ WHEEL MBauiiaoon Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ il r - Â¬ Liver Ills Hoods Pills SYRUP N Itlt OUaTORLZJL Zrt r2CST ojLvvoauA i wvr nwtj THH BRROKKKRIDGR congratulations a feast of delicious re Â¬ freshments were served At 4 45 Mr and Mrs Babbage left for the East their V EDKEf DAY MAKOU 2 1898 tour will extend to Washington New York BuOalo and Niagara Falls On their return thoy will make Louisville HANCOCK COUNTY Ky their home where Mr Babbage is in business lUwesrllla rialndealer Miss Katlo was formerly a Hawcsvllle Rjv U 0 Foot is bolding a special girl and a host of friends hero wish for meeting at 1ateBvlllo this week her a life crowned with wealth and hapMr John W Price and wife of Victo Â¬ piness ria spent several days with friends last E H M W NETWa OLxOVElRPOELT KY To Church flembers My Brother or Sister if the good Breckenridge News PAMILYOPFOURONIaooPBRVBAR A Rev II C Hook Organizes a Church Prom the Grayson Caittle Â¬ Lord Wisconsin Teacher Maintains Ills On last Monday a Cumberland Presby- has over convorted your soul Ho did it terian church was organized in Leltch in order that you should goryfy Him Family Well and Saves Half Held at the houso of the Christian and work for His causo on earth aro you Ills 405 Salary church Rev H O Hook of Hardins- doing this or aro you working for some Â¬ Â¬ week Judge II Duncan will erect two more business houses on his Main street property next month More men could bo enlisted In Kentuc- Â¬ ky to light the Goeble bill than to fight Spain and the war would be more just Mr Brashear has concluded not to ex- Â¬ change his milling interest for Kansas lands unless the patty will throw in the State of Missouri The Presbyterian church is havlrg its walls newly papered and painted and will present an elegant appearance when the Presbytery meets in tho near future A telephone line will be established botween IlawesvilleandPatesvllle One is talked of between hero aud Lewisport These lines aro badly needed and would pay from the start Mr Georgo Gaynor died last week of cancer he was a good farmer and prom inent in politics and an earnest worker iu the temperance cause the county has lost a most substantial citizen I C Adair of Fordsville is now pres- Â¬ ident of a telephone line and will soon erect a three story building for his bank If Ike lives long enough we will have to pay him a royalty on the air we use for luug purposes Hon P McAdam one the strongest and most Influential Republicans in Ken Â¬ tucky will be appointed to a good office in the Surveyors office at Louisville by The Hon 0 M Barnett Every man is talking about raising to- Â¬ bacco the real farmer need not be alarmed at the outlook as there is al ways planted a million of acres more to bscco in tlte winter than spring or sum- Â¬ mer time W M Morris the genial railroad man at this place received a letter Friday from a conscience smitten man who beat him out of a dollar ten years ago offering to send it back Wo hopo this thing will not break out here in an epi- Â¬ demic form as we might be induced to do something wrong laden down with fl hy lucro Tho electric light plant has been pur- Â¬ chased and the parties will be here next week to go to work In the mean Â¬ time our people can figure on the cost aud when they see that it will be cheap- Â¬ er and safer than coal oil they can signi Â¬ fy how many lights they want Few of our people thought Monday when Rav U Q Foote of the Method Â¬ ist church of this city and Rabbi Samuel Rosenblatt of the Patesvllle Synagogie drove out of town they were bent on holding a joint special meeting Mr Foot of course will be gulde l by the new testament scriptures while Mr Rosen Â¬ blatt will urge the strict enforcement of the Mosaic law Tills meeting will be watched with greatest interest and all will agree that tho mlllenium has set in when they Hue Mr Foote baptlziug the infants of that section aud Mr Roseublatt usiug hischolllfon the old sluners after tho fashion of his church Happy is the bride that the sun was never more perfectly shines on verified when on last Wednesday 10 h Miss Ktie lioyd and Mr 0 P Babbag were married at the beautiful homo ot the brides father Mr A Boyd of Clov erport Ky promptly at 3 oelock- - Men delsohns wedding march played by Mrs Frank Boyd told tho waiting guests that the bridal party were coming down the stairs aud aloug the handsome hall came the dear little neice and nephew of the bride Maggie and Frankie Boyd the wee to to carried white rosS and smilax and kept perfect time to the sweet strains of uiubIc then followed Miss Alliene Murray and Dt A Simons then the fair bride leaning on the arm of the Kroom came sowly into the parlor aud passing under a lovely arch of flowers fernp and palms and were there pronounced man and wifa by Rev Joiner of the M E church After many heaity Â¬ potatoes with butter gravy boiled cab- Â¬ bage or other vegetables and pudding or pie and coffee Sometimes we have pork and beans and sometimes some egg preparation as potato pancakes dumpling etc while with one meal in the week we liavo meat For supper we have the remains of our dinner with BRIEF PARAGRAPHS fried or baked potatoes and eggs We have coffee every meal On this fore Hon George Gilbert of Shelbyvllle is we thrive well an annonnced Democratic candidate for Congress in the Eighth District What It Means L 0 Curry ex Warden of the Eddy When wo advertise that we will vllle Penitentiary died at his home In guarantee Dr Kings New Discovery Sturgis last Thursday of heart disease Electric Bitters Bucklena Arnica Salve Dr John P Bell of Bell Christian or Dr Kings New Life Pills it means county was stricken with paralysis last that we are authorized by tho proprietors Sunday and is now in a serious condi- to sell three remedies on a positive tion guarantee that if the purchaser is not The Eddyville Tnlo of To Cltleaa ays satisfied with results we will refund the tho friends of Hon Fine Wilson are urg- purchase price These medicines have ing him to become a candidate for State been told on this guarantee for many Senator years and there could be no more con- Â¬ Hon J Bradley Coliman has been ap-Â¬ clusive evidence of their great merit pointed postmaster at Ruesellyille He Ask about them and give them a trial Represented Logan county in the last Sold at Short Haynes Drug Store Legislature Dr Godfrey Hunter has abandoned DECAY OF THE SUNDAY SCHOOS his contest for the seat in Congress now held by Hon John S Rhea from the The Average Sunday School of To Third District day Is a Rebuke to Intelli- Â¬ Mrs Elizabeth Clardy mother of Con Â¬ gence gressman John D Clardy died Saturday at her home in Christian county in tier In March Ladles Home Journal Ed Â¬ ninety fourth year ward Bok writes on Tne Decay of the Hon J M Wood of Campbellsville is the latest entry into the race for the Sunday School and points out tho rea he says nomination for Governor of Kentucky son thereof I have in mind He is a prominent lawyer and was a not lees than twelve different men who member of the constitutional Convention are acting as superintendents of our Not one of these men has in 1890 Capt Stone Senator Goebel schools and Msj Phil Johnson are the other an- Â¬ even a suggestion of force not a spark of personal magnetism not a personal nounced candidates possession which goes to draw children to him or to the school over which he ELIZABETHTOWN presides In five of these cases the men New have been failures in business by men Mr Frank Triplett and Miss Kate in the outer world they are passed over Burcham of West Point were married and yet the church places them in a poat the residence of ES Branch in this sition which call preeminently for every city We Inesday by Riy T 0 Peters element which they bo distinctly lack Mrs Elvira English Walker wife of E To be a successful head of a Sunday Dudley Walker of Hartford died Tues school calls for a man with instincts of day afternoon of acute paralysis She leadership a man who will infuse life was a sister of JudgdH W English and into tlieschol hope and courage into wus bom and raised 1n Ellztbethtown his teachers who is fertile of mind and old and leaves infinite in capacity who can draw chil- Â¬ She was four daughters and one son all grown dren to him and retain their interest Judge English and Mr Frank Corley Not only must he elevate his children In went to Hartford Wednesday to attend a spiritual seuse but lessons of highest the funeral morality must be taught an influence Uncle Joe Mason whose veracity is refining to mind and naturo must be exunimpeachable becanje the fond pos- Â¬ haled and all the time the intere t of sessor of a twist of tobacco just 24 years the children must be arrested and held Having remembered Iufinlte variety of methods must be on last Mraday that nearly one quarter of a century ago sought The young quickly tire of any Â¬ he dropped a twist ot that weed behind thing which long remains the same and a mantel piece at his old home on the that is why they are tiring cf Sunday farm ho removed the mantel on the school It has two long remained the above day and there lay undisturbed same It has fallen into a rut and the and enriched by age his long lost trea- Â¬ fault lies between the presiding spirits sure Uucle Joe can now squirt his am Â¬ of the school who have no ability for ber juice over a stake and ridored their positions and the churches who havd placed them there or allowed them Unct Mr Bok concludes his dis Â¬ to remain By a curious coincidence the number cussion with thb assertion that the of lives lost at sea during 1800 in British average Sunday school of to day is a re- Â¬ merchant snips is returned as exactly buke to intelligence and a discredit to 1807 the church Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Sunday-Â¬ Â¬ sixty-fouryt-a- ra Â¬ The Discovery of the Say J Bgel the leading druggist of Dr Kings New Shrevepnrt La says Discovery is the only thing that cures my cough and it is the best seller I have J F Campbell merchant of Dr Kings New Safford Ariz writes Discovery is nil that is claimed for it it never falls and is a sure cure for Con Â¬ sumption Coughs and Colds I cannot Dr Kings say enough for Its merits New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds is not an experiment It has been tried for a quarter of a century and to day stands at the head It never disappoints Regular size 50 cents and 1 00 per bottle Short Ilaynes Drug gists Aug A H Z inder contributes an nrtlcl t to the March Ladies Homo Journal in which he tells how ho maintains a fam- Â¬ ily of four persons his wife two chil Â¬ dren and himself on 200 per year He Is a school teacher and is paid a salary of 3105 out of which he saves and puts out on interest 200 yearly Living In a small Wisconsin town he has the advan tage of cheap rents his house costing him J30 per year His other expenses are provisions 104 82 clothing and foot wear 38 magazines and newspapers 5 incidentals 40 Our meals Mr Zinder writes we find abundant in quantity and variety For breakfast we have coffee coffee cake bread and butter with eggs or fried ham occasionally For dinner wo have boiled Â¬ burg conducted theorganlzationservice assisted by Revs Lafe Layman J D Harned apd Greene Cundlff of Hardin county The elders were elected and ordained as follows B F Clagett Sim Clements and J T Arms Deacon W S Proctor Deaconess Miss Dcasie OUgf tt The number of mombers en- Â¬ rolled was 27 They have made arrange Â¬ ments to hold services in the Christian church for the ensuing year Rv Lafe Liytnan having been engaged as pastor At a later date they will arrange the r gular dates or services as well as for Sunday school and prayer meetings Their next service will bo held at the Christian church on Saturday night Sunday and Sunday night the 19th and 20th The Sun may shine brightly and tho birds may sing their sweetest songs but if your Btoraach is not right there is no happi- Â¬ ness for you Keep a bottle of Dr Cald- Â¬ wells Syrup Pepsin in the house and use it according to directions and the sun and birds will not shine in vain Constipation and indigestion cured Trial stzs 10c 10 doses and in 50c and 1 00 bottles Of Chas O Martin Big Sale of Wheat Ky Feb 2H The HoiKtNSViLLB largest sale of wheat made in Christian county since the sudden rise last August was closed this morning al Julieu The Acme Mills Company of this city pur- Â¬ chased from the Juiien Wheat Growers Club composed of Coneressmun Clardy Messrs Jarrett Stowe White Adams and others 40000 bushels at 1 per bushel No Oriping or Fains Arrowsmlth 111 Jan 21 1807 Dear Sirs I have been bothered for 15 years with constipation and I have tried many preparations durng that time I commenced using Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin in the fall of 1895 and un hesitatirgly say it is the best remedy 1 ever found for my trouble No griping Yours etc or pains after taking Wm Hurt Chas C Martin druggist EPHESUS Oat sowing and plant bed burning plowing is the order of the day Alfred Brulngton went to Garfield yesterday returned via Harned Mrs Wilson is visiting her sister Mrs She will remain quite Rcbbards awhile Miss Eliza Macy who has been visit Â¬ ing relatives in the neighborhood has returned to her home uear Garfield Victor Harned and D May are keeping back The boys get a hustle on themselves especially on a snowy day Columbus Black has purchased a mill for grinding corn on the cob It is a great improvement and furnishes splen did feed for stock Ellis Robbards and wife have return ed home He will make a crop aud then he will take charge of his threshing machine after harvest Mr Editor I noticed a piece frqm Kirk criticising a few pointers I gavo on the free coinage of silver in which Mr Domocrat assails my illiteracy I am irauk to acknowledge while I appreciate his missive I take this opportunity to correct a statement he made in regard to legislation My object and design in writing was to learn because it is better to appear ignorant than to Ignorant Mr there was a time when Democrat says He silver was worth 1 20 per ounce didnt say why it is not so now and there was a time when the gold dollar was worth 2 50 in greenbacks Mr Demo- Â¬ crat says There was it time when sil- Â¬ I never ver was worth 1 03 per dollar heard of that time but there was a time when gold was worth 07cts and silver was worth 1 per dollar Theres where the contrast was He speaks of a cowardly act of 1873 in which he is mistaken That bill he refers to was pending three long years in Congress was carefully considered and ably discussed by the best men of both parties It filled three hundred pages of the Congressional Record Its there for inspection You say by suspending the coinage of the American silver dollar it killed the de Â¬ mand for silver By the request of peoÂ¬ ple along thePaclflc coast the trade dollar was taken up which had 420 grains of Bilver in it besides they continued to coin dimes quarters and half dollars coining more silyer than they had pre- Â¬ viously coined The increased produc- Â¬ tion and the conveniences and advant agt a of getting out the ore over that of fifty year ago is the cause of the decline in the prico of sliver The Democratic party or no other party can coin etl vdr at the ratio of lOtol Independent of the support of the Government that will cir- Â¬ culate only for its intrinsic value Mr Democrat you are surely not Impish enough to think that silyer coined at the ratio of 10 to 1 independent of the sup Â¬ port of the Government will circulate You said I for one hundred cents said money Is not a thing of legislation I deny the statement Can you read I said I was opposed to any act of legis lation making forty cents worth of silver worth 1 Congress has a right to make mouey it cm declare anything to be money but Congress cant add yalue Mr Democrat I am a Republican You said you was at a lo3e to know what kind of a Republican lam There la but one kind that I knew of that is Mr ejsaart Aleek you Republican seem to be very wiee As I said I ant anxious to learn I will sek yeu sotse Hew m the silver dollar questions held oe periiy with gold Howie the greenbeok dollar hekl on equality vita Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ one else Is your name enrolled on the church book agret Ing with your breth- Â¬ ren to give yourselves to the Lord and to each other by the graco of God for the mutual benefit and comfort of cash other and that you most solemly agree to watch over yourselves and oyer one another for edification to keep up and maintain a giepel discipline amongst yourselves agreeable to tho world of God and to endeavor to hold up the Gospel of GbriBt before a benighted world If your name is recorded on a Baptist church book this Ib apart of whatyou agreed to do when you joined the church Now the question is aro you doing what you promised the Lord and your brethren that you would do or aro you acting as one of the devils agents to decoy sinners and keep them from seeking religion I fear wo have members In our church- Â¬ es that have been truly converted and aro acting in such a manner that it just suits tho deyil to see how ho can work them for his own glory he would not have their names off of the church book if he could get them off they are occupying the very position that the old fellow wants them to occupy in the church you said in your rules of dco rum that you felt it your duty to meet together once in each month for confer- Â¬ ence are you doing this or are you somawhere else when your church meeting day rolls around I find that at least one halt of the Baptist church members are absent on church meeting days Now what dots this prove it proves that if you have not got a good excuse for being absent on church days that you are on the devils side that day instead of being on the Lords side now what is a good excuse for being absent on church meeting days good excuses can hardly be found the only good ex Â¬ cuse that I can think of is sickness aud very unpleasant weather but says the church member that the devil has al ready got side tracked I have got a peace of work to do to day and It just wont do to put it off and yet you have had 2U days to do this one days work The truth is you have got careless and want to find an excuse to stay away from church and the devil is always ready to suggest one and you are just in a con- Â¬ dition to take the old fellows proposition and work for him that day instead of working for the Lord Now I would not be as hard on the sisters as the male members I think they have more and better excuses for being absent on church meeting days than the male members have but there is one excuse that I sug- Â¬ gest that you mark off of your day book my sisters and if it dont prove a success I will acknowledge that I am not a good prophet Your neighbors all know when your church meeting day is and if they want to pay you a visit they have had one long month to pay that visit aud now if they wait until your meeting day rolls round and then step in you just go ahead preparing for your meeting just as though nothing had or cured aud when tho time comes for you to start to meeting just politely invite them to come and g to church with you telling them that you caut afford to mhs your church meeting and I will assure you that you will not be bothered with them on your next church meeting day Now I nave written this with the best of feelings toward my brethren and sis- Â¬ ters hoping that it may prove a blessing to someone and especially a blessing to Gods cauBe and I do hope and pray that each church member will take this aud examine self closely and ask self where I am standing and whose side am I on Am I on tho Lords side or am I on the side of the Devil ask self what Is my fruits what does my conduct prove do I prove by strict attention at my chuich meetings that I am working for the Lord and his cause or do I prove by slack attention that I cate but little for the Lord or for his cause Â¬ Â¬ MCM IITPf I PrHPlKTPPn I AtiOUbU 1 fill V UUAnfln 1iDU f pl tad booklet ft id STKKI1M1 12550 10 rttcv MiiJJIfl to ANDY CATHARTIC CURECOHSTIPATION rlliimil 1 tin RATES JIIMllllJBsssF unrcaMOf ronntlpiHon CuetrtU r Ihaidtil Uxt i tlrr nerrr rrlp or triprbat rinne mi mtnrl rrinlU 8mI IlKWUni CO rhlfato Botitrfil Can grlfjwTort ALL DRUGaiST5t Jllj 1 ooeMPcn0AY Th most centrt lly lootetf Hotel In trwclti Sf2mBSnr- iiuqsp - 0HSoiSMlSYlLLEKY i TOOTH 1 f HARDIN ECONOMY A tooth may decay for years before it aches It costs fir less both in money and discomfort to take care of small cavi- Â¬ ties than large ones Como any time and have your teeth ex- amlned No charge for It We will be at Irvlngton on Wed t m m nesday and Thursday after the fourth Monday of each month WILDER Brandenburg 9 ROCKPORT SAW WORKS ROCKIORT IND Always Akd For Fiss Sit Repairing Not One Complaint in Past Year of Our Work The many letters of high praise of our that we are ahead of others Hammering largo circular saws is our specialty and saws that others have failed on If you want satisfaction on work and prices we guarantee it Address work is evidence Rockport Saw Works Rockport Ind PU - -- - A Dutschke WITH Son CO BUCKNER TOBACCO WAREHOUSE iNCOKrORATED 313 310 Chapel Street llet Main and Market and 210220 Tenth Street LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Special Attention Four Months Storage Free Given to Private Sales Independent Wnrchoimo Mark your hogsheads I1UCKNR TOBACCO WAIUIOUSE AUCTION SALE Church Mkmueu aturday March 5 lore Honor That Tirsd Feeling Overcomes us when inferior preparations are recommended by unscrupulous deal ersjust as good as Foleys Honey and Tar Optigti Syrup when we know the unr qualed merits of this great medicine AkFisber Cloverport R A Shell Ilaynes njanStepbensport Gordon Patesville E A Witt Hardinsburg HOW TITUS WAS WRITTEN LiKu County Herald THEINFLUENGE of the Mother shapes the course of unborn generations goes ages and enters the confines of To CoBiatastivei Eternity With what care there j As an honest remedy Foleys Honey should the Expectant Moth- Â¬ fore er lie guarded and how great the and Tar does not bold but talse hopes in effort be to ward off danger and advanced stages but truthfully claims to make her life joyous and happy give comfort and relief in the very worst cases and In early stages to effect a cure A R Fisher Oloverport It A Shell sounding through all the Hon D H Smith made a spoech in Congress last Thursday on the bank- Â¬ ruptcy bill and the press gives out the information that it attractea the atten Â¬ tion of more members than usually listen to a speech Give our Congressman time and he will show that lie has the capacity to not only care for the interests jof his constituents but to earn a name as a statesman A thrill of terror Is experienced when a brassy cough of croup sounds through the house at night But the terror soon changes to relief after One Minute Cough Cure has been administered Kate and Hay me harmless or children Short it DERBY IND Health Is good In this locality Farmers aro getting ready for sowing oats Mrs Tom Allen who has been sick 1R able to be out I think Bryan will sweep this country for free silver in 1000 Mr Tobln Groves spent Saturday and Sunday with his parents at Tobinaport School will close in a few days very much to the regret of pupils and patrons Lyons has erected a new fence around his place which adds much to the appearance The ladles of this place had quite a jolly time at an old fashioned quilting at Mrs Lon Baunls last week Mrs Waldo Simons otToblnsport wLo has been visiting Mrs T J Lyons re Â¬ turned home Tuesday oa Str Rigon Mr Alex Cnmmlags new engine for his printing press arrived last Sunday and he is Vtry busy placlrg it In his At Irvington Ky Horses Mules Cattle Sheep and Hogs will be sqld 1 Mrs Klngsley Says the Story Came to Her In a Dream - MOTHERS FRIEND man Stephensport Gordon Haynee vPHyjVo day and Nau- Â¬ Jabe Rhodes has returned from a visit sea and so to his brother In Missouri fully pre- Â¬ 6am GreeHwell and nephew of Union tr pares the county have retarned home system that ChlWHrlk is made easy Miss Cornelia Oiborne had a number and the time of recovery short Â¬ of enedmany say stronger after her friends with her Sunday It in- Â¬ J M Rhodes sad son Lee attended than before confinement sures safety to life of both moth- Â¬ the Lancaster sale last Thursday er and child All who have used m Hardesty and wife of Flaherty Mstasrs Ftka4 say they will nev- Â¬ are vtetlBg Mr and Mrs Lee Rhodes er b without it again No other MIm Annie GmmwsIi who has been remedy robs confinement ofits pain in LeuWyilW having kw eye treated A iMtawr mh Md JfcaW- - rrfead1 mm mm U afc twut M s through the rUl eawv home Satunky Her eM are uptta At totr beUkM l mush better Mtlmii aaJtfc eoM waa SMaio Mr boMtobc Mgmf RBp allays all Patesville E A Witt Hardinsburg NervousRHODELIA ness rel- Â¬ ieves the Ben Ooborn left for Mltsouri last Tues Headache Â¬ Â¬ Cramps wooM tare tl asoIarovjteyttclMa 8ent by oftrat Tim UW tMR KKS nulled IrM upon appllotlou containing VtlufcW uforuUdi muI Tulualrr MMtaiHtteU on rfptot prU u m aoalcU wtASjmis rcbulaton not mi vuurru Children and adults tortured by burnt injuries scsioMsr akin diseases my secure Instant relief by using De WiU Witeb Haael Helve It is the greet File temedr Mtoft Hex Of Titus it must be said that it was the result of tho belief of my mother in me says Mrs Florence Morse Kingsley telling in the March Ladies Home Jour- Â¬ nal how she came to write Titus a Comrade of the Cross A favorito uncle wrote to me that such a book was wanted and said Write ft you can do it I did not believe that I could but You can it is in my mother Inalaed you write the book It will be a suc- Â¬ That year I was a very busy cess woman for I had a young son and Titus was written with many interrup- Â¬ tions I would go off to write a chapter be interrupted by a baby voice diop my pea iusH downstairs to see whether there had been an accident of some sort or whether my little folks were havlrg some special good time in which they wished me to Join While writing Titus I forgot all about the possibility of its being a suc Â¬ cess or failure only I grew to love the story And yet it came to me in an odd way The beers were so filled up that I sesaied to have m time to think bat I have always bee la the habit of wak Â¬ ing early ihwI wWe Jlw sun was Just It rising tbew lovely stuausr morula seemed m though the story of Titus eeue to see la dream sad as If I were KatdT eonpelled to write it TJ FARMERS desiring any of their stock sold can bring same to us and we will do the rest The office IRVINGTON CREAMERY will go to the highest bidder Can anyone tell why Jerry B vielts TobiBspett so often I think his busi Â¬ ness will be investigated about the first of April Everyone who falls to attend the de bate sales quite a treat indeed The sebjt far Friday nlgfet k Resolved the that thesea k saeve newt rfel tl Bring your stock and get a good price on the day of sale MWT Dejtt eaaey etbew by year soughing ad rtekyew tile by Mleetta a eeld OMstiiMta Oeagh Owe esyee eowgba eoUs ereeijb grisye sad ell throat sad loan troablea Bboft Batsm McGlothlan D W HENRY Auction Bland r TWEl BrecKenridge WEDNESDAY ttOHlaJStRIOOH wx A Book OUR RECORD ESU IQ78 NKLWS OLOYHPOH LOUISVILLE Ef YOU SHOULD None but the County Surveyor to do your work He it the munotlted Surveyor ol the Countrl U an eipe lrnced work mnn and knows hit builnCM He II alto Notary Public writes Deeds and takes Acknowledgements Chsrges always Reasonable News 2 SIIERMAN WAS KIND A IAROti tftP8 SOUTHERN POETS RECOLLECTIONS OF THE GENERAL PEA6E IN VENEZUELA Minis er Loomis Says The War Seems To lie mm of si BLOOD i aWMaflu WE CURE NERVOUS Market Choice country Grtiamtry EOOB Reports EMPLOY IlOTTBR m Henderson Route Ltiitrilli Mim I St Im Iy Ci lit ABOUT UNDERDRAWING Some of lU Ileneflelal Iteenlts How the Drain Helps In Winter It is a common mistake to suppo io drain also helps tho land in winter for by having previously taken away tho Ended surplus wator near tho surface it allows tho soil to frcczo moro deeply and thus become dcopor and moro open to tho out President Elect BmJrade Intends to sldo air Wherever a deep underdrain is laid it receives somo of tho internal heat Pursue a Liberal Policy to Dulld of tho earth which it conducts to tho soil above gradually thawing it to tho Up The Country surfaco ns warm weather returns in spring Thus over a deep underdrain surfaco is covered by Treaties Dealing With Extradition when tho soil will gradually thaw snow tho frozen from beneath and will bo alt thawed out by And Reciprocity Recom- Â¬ tho timo tho snow is gono Under snow mended whero thero is no underdrain tho soil will remain frozen until tho snow has all gono This shows how an inter Â¬ Francis 13 Loomis United States change of air occurs in drained soil oven winister to Venoznoia arrived at Now in tbo winter explains American Cultl York recently on tlio Red Star line lator authority also for tho following So soon ns spriug comes the rains car ttcamer Caracas on his way to Wash ington Ho has been summoned to hold ry warm nutsido air down to tho drain a oonforenco with the secretary of Btnto making it warmer whilo tho under He said that he had no doubt tbo stato drained lnud is until lato in spring filled departmpnt would soon consider tlio ad- with stagnant water which keops it cold visability of entering intp a reciprocity because it prevents tho cntranco of air agreement with Venezuela and of nego- Â¬ As tho drained soil freezes moro deeply in winter it also warms more quickly tiating an extradition treaty It is important that Uioro should be in spring In open winters when tbero aro alternato spoils of cold and thawing Bomo kind of a reciprocity arrangement between Venozuola and America Ven- Â¬ weather tho drained soil both freezes ezuela Ecnds hero large quantities of and thaws several times during tho win coffee on which we charge no duty On tor Yet it does this without serious in the- other hand somo American products jury to tho winter grain growing over it This is probably becauso tbo water has are heavily taxed by Venezuela Flour whioh hero costs 4 a barrel in taxed 5 boon so far abstracted from tho soil that ion side Ouo day when I entered my fathers a barrel There is also a very heavy no ico can form to clasp tlio wheat roots duty on lard Venezuela buys nearly and then in thawing throw them on tho room I found thrco Fodoral officers sit Â¬ ting thero in pleasant conversation with everything it consumes outside of tlio surfaco country Even butter is brought from It is in tho soil nothing but n hoar tho invalid and my mother I was scared and started to run but frost which absorbs air and thus enrich- Â¬ tbo United States and Holland Tho United States is Venezuelas es tho soil with tho ammonia it con- Â¬ ono of tho strangers a middlo agod man with a roughly trimmed brown board best market There is a regular lino of tains when tho hoar frost is thawed called mo back Ho asked my nnmo and steamers and goods may bo ordered In tho undraincd soil thero is very lit from tho United States by letter and de- tlo air as stagnant water usually comes beforo I knew it had mo on his kneo near tho surfaco if not covering it and ho said so many nico things to mo livered in Caracas SI days thereafter Tho samo things ordered in Kuropo Undraincd laud often docs not oven get that I took quito n fancy to him Ho was General Sherman and ho would not arrive until three weeks later frozen in winter ns thero is so thick a Tho relations between tbo two coun- covering of ico over it that freezing of had called with two of his staff ofllcors tries are constantly becoming closer tho Eoil is impossible If a littlo soil to seo my father When tho visitors nt tho The Venezuelans aro very favorably dis- docs frcczo it is made into mud when a left tho general told my mother incondoor that ho knew all about tho posed toward the United States on acthaw comes and if it contains vegetaveniences of a sicgo and insisted upon ble matter it is filled with hnuiio acid count of the good ofllcos of tho president in the boundary dispute with Great which is poisonous to tho roots of sending from tho army stores something that would suit a sick man plants Britain Under tho circumstances such an Tho country is in an exceedingly It requires twoorthrco years after nn offer could not bo declined It was a prosperous condition The people feel underdrain is put in to got its best efpicuio that tho time of revolution is past Tho fects Evon tho first winter it will can tellfor tho children of the family I you civil wars which formerly crippled tho drain tho soil immediately over it and After that whilo tho general was in for a short distance cither way If tho country are believed to bo nt an end tho city something was bent to tho The pcoplo look forward to tbo in- soil is full of vegotablo matter and porauguration of the now president Iguacio ous it will drain farther But tlio sec Â¬ houso every day Brandy wino loaf Andrado in January as the beginning ond winter tho soil will bo drained a sugar lemons boof chickens coffee vegetables and I dont know olse ofon era of still greater prosperity and considcrablo dlstanco farther than the camo in gonerous quantities what had Wo progress Tho presiuent elect who be first and somo gain will bo mado tho longs to tho Liberal party is connected third and fourth winters In a clay soil plenty for the family and for our near Â¬ est uighbors with tho oldest and best families of this extension of tho benefits of under Nor was that all The goneral sent and therefore has tho hearty draining is slower especially if most Venezuela support of tbo Conservatives as wolL of tbo vcgctablo matter in tho soil has ono of tho best physicians in tho hosbeen worked out by cultivation For pital service and tho last days of my His election wus practically unanimous this reason underdrains aro oftcii mado father wero mado far moro comfortablo Out of 490000 votes he recched 400 000 Ho was busy shaping the policy of shallower and nearer together on clay than wo had hoped for under tho ad verso conditions of those dark days his admiuibtration when I visited him soilB so ns to secure moro perfect drain General Sherman camo to tho houso nge But wo boliovo that drains fully thrco feet deep and four rods apart will once moro before ho left Savannah I givo tho best satisfaction in tbo long cannot remember what ho said but ho ruu A drain that depth will secure was sympathetic and ho said somothiiig about tho pleasuro it gavo him to aid a perfect draiuago two rods on cither sido though it costs more to dig tho relativo of his distinguished friend at and deeper drain it docs not cost so much to Washington At that timo I was very fond of a put in tho tilo or stono for one drain as showy uniform and it vexed my childit docs for two ish mind to seo my friend tho general Different Forms of Iotasli ahvajs dressed so shabbily His staff Potash liko phosphoric acid and ni officers presented a better appearance trogen docs not exist as such in fertil and somo of them werorcally gorgeous izers but is hold in combination by in their spectacular rig somo other materials Different sub Tho other boys and the negroes stances servo to hold it and modify ita agreed with me that tho commander properties so that it will servo as food must bo in very hard luck or ho would for plants A writer in American Gar Â¬ certainly dress better Still I was then dening says convinced that ho was a wonderfully Tho nearest approach to pure potash wlso man With my pockets full of his which wo havo in conimcrco is pot Â¬ loaf sugar which 1 had surreptitiously ash lyo Tho properties of thismateri abstracted from tho pantry I would al nro woll known It is extremely cor havo been ungrateful if I had formed rosivo in its notion and unlit to bo ap any other opinion plied to tlio soil Sherman left tho city nnd marched Thero aro in Germany lnrgo natural onward through tho Carolines and that OENKHAL IGKACIO ANDItADE at his bomo at Villo do Cura His term doposits of material containing potash ended tlio war No I never saw him again My fa Â¬ as governor of tbo stato of Miranda ox in combination with muriatic hydropi res soon Ho will be succeeded by chloric ncid and others in which the ther died and I lived in different places General Crcfcpo who is uow president of potash is combined with hulphurio acid my work keoping mo so busy that I had Tho former is tho sourco of muriate of no time to think of tho general or any- Â¬ the republic Tbero is tho strongest personal potash and tho latter of sulplmtoof pot- Â¬ body el so not conncclcd with my imme Â¬ friendship between tho president olect ash whicli is used in fertilizers Tho diate business I wish now that I had and tho retiring president President former costs less than tho latter and is seen him before he passed away As it Crespo has appointed several members less nlunblo as u fertilizer becaubo the is 1 can only recall him as ho appeared to my boyish nnd wondoriug eyes un of his cabinet who aro political friends chlorino which it contains is detrimental to tho growth and quality of somo crops der circumstances which did not givo of General Andrado It 1b generally understood that tho present minister of the As an oxamplo potatoes and tobacco mo an opportunity to study him No matter what may bo said of his conduct treasury will hold tho samo oflico under grown with fertilisers containing muri ato of potasli nro not of as good quality in war I cannot holp liking him Ho tho incoming president Venezuela needs capital General us when grown with fertilUirs contain- Â¬ was a good friend just when wo most needed ouo Chicago Times Herald Andrado wishes to cucourago foreign in- ing potash as sulphate Thero is no practical differenco in tho vestors by seeing that they get good se curity Tho country needs farmers and quickness of availability of tho two immigration 1b encouraged by liberal forniB both being solublo in water and in a condition to bo immediately taken grants of land up ny plants Tho American Manufacturers asso For flold crops such as corn wheat ciation will soon open a permanent exTIcmIi lsclHsr iJirge Ulcer hibition in Caracas That is there will grnsh clovers etc tho muriuto is cheap Uufeti Away IVvnrly Dead be a large sample warehouse whero tlio er and juht as good For garden crops with tlif Louthome tho Milpbate Venezuelans may go and sco American tobacco potatoes etc IMhciihc should bo used machinery in operation and inspect sam Different brands contain potash in dif Â¬ ples of American goods General Andrado is no novice in ferent forms for this rciiroii somo aro tho arts of war and politics as his intended for one purpose whero chlorino docs no harm othtrs for purposes whero record showB and his ability courage breadth of mind and progress it Is harmful ivcuess aro conceded by all who have A Good Thing Clieap watched the unvarying success of his CloNor betd is generally considered a career His election as chief executive good investment for tho farmer at any of that rich and fertile country will price within reason It should therefore mean closer bonds of friendship with bo an exceedingly good ono nt present tho United States and many opportu There is no telling what tho future of nities for American enterprise this or any market may bring forth but General Andrado who is now C8 years it becms reasonable to bclioo that now old Js the con of General Joso Escolna is us good u tlmo us any to lay in a tico Audrade one of Venezuelas sous supply of clour teed And it may bo He received a voiy liberal education well to buy u goodly quantity enough MaANrftrrrtV and early was actively interested in the for uoxt spriug and another sowing fortunes of his rnttivo land He began Thoro is not much chance of loss and PonTLAMO N Y- - Doc J JOT to servo in tho stato of Zulla in 1871 the mau who has plenty of beed is apt Dr M M VxatitR Fredonla N Y Dear Sir I bad been sick many year and in the campaign of 1878 under to sow liberally to tho benefit of him When General Venancio Pulgar ho command self mid his land Get clover seed sow grave you first taw me In I860 1 irai near the ed considerable portion of tho army clover seed mid havo clover pas turo clo Â¬ My throat was deeply ulcerated One erei That astute soldier recognized young ver hay uud clover laud Is us good ad Id was orijT omen pa jurKo ulcers on merits by appointing him vico in tlio crop Hue as can bo given to thighs and body exceedingly offensive and I Andrados M reduced in flesli to a mora ilcelletoa in chief of the stato That samo Arierlcuu farmers National Stock ear use of your Hlooa anif Liver Kemady state later made him representative in man tnd Nervo Tonlo produced a complete cure congress and afterward when joined iproretaeet began at once to the Kite of Falcon elected him con Â¬ Fredonla N Y June 14 UM We are anxious to do a little good in It bu now buen ulwut itf years since stitutional jridtiit which oftlco he tliia world and can think of no pleasanter cured and tbero has buen no return ofI wu UM tilled uiot aUwIraUy HI Yean truly Mrs Ask Avut or bettaMy to do It than by recoru Gettftfal Andrado has rotidd in Ku rope m wall as in Mm Uultad StaUa and manilliwUCw Minute Cough Oure m a CHARLES O MARTIN PJMumonla consumption is in avary way in w Hi Witji modern PraWH PNftcripUon Pharmaclsi lung trouble that fol tlloafki ia HovruiutUt uuU uutluuAl do and tow JHfcd oolda Sliort A HaiK Meat aoer above t M tofaient Now York Hwrald C CIVriWr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ courso helping tho land then and prob- Â¬ ably in its most offectivo way but tho that tho only tlmo tho underdrain is helping land is when it is pouring forth a Btrcain of water at its outlet It is of Frank I Stanton Itecalls Some Incident of the Closing- - Days of the War Gen Â¬ eral Sherman Gooilneu to the Elder Stanton Who Wat Very 111 la Savannah Frank Jj 8 tan ton tho popular Georgia poet always speaks up for Goneral Sher man when ho hears anyBOvero criticism of thatfatnous commanders methods Tho story told by Stanton has novcr found ita way into print but it dosorves a placo among tho minor incidents and reminiscences of tho war period When Savannah foil said Stanton I wna a littlo chap about 8 years old Tlio confusion and tumult in tho streets frightened mo and I was afraid to go very far from tho house Young as I was I understood that something very serious had occurred Instead of seeing Confederate soldiers parading tho streets with n fow Federal prisoners I saw thousands of Federals swarming through the town and thoy had a great many Confederates undor guard Tho situation had been reversed That was plain oven to a child My fathor was very ill in tho last stages of consumption and my mother was worn out with anxiety and tho cares of tho household Our noighbors wero panio stricken and everybody seemed to bo expecting somo awful ca- Â¬ lamity Penned up thero as wo had been for a long timo without supplies andwith out any money oxcopt worthless Confed- Â¬ erate currency tho outlook was gloomy enough How was my sick fathor to got tho things1 ho needed That was the problem with my mother Somebody told General Sherman about my father and mentioned tho fact that ho was a kinsman of a very distinguished and powerful officer ou tho UnÂ¬ for Young and Old Ly iVKin - Tim Card East Bound Efltot No km 29 as No 44 97 No 4 12H 1213 Atldrcaa Lr St Louis 21 CHINTZ ROYALTY COUNTY SURVEYOR HARDIHSBUROKY Kvonvllle j 10018 roULTRT bpotuville Oirensboro we- Iendfon 663im 715 - 7Mm 8 20pm a 41 UMprn 2 45in 250000 DISEASED SKIN PRIVATE Fnal Durka joimr per lb Turkeja llvo Geese per dizn Oood Henp ptr lb Sprinic chickens per lb Clorerport ArrLoulsrille MEN CURED DISEASES 710 0 7 0 4 25 0 The TAILOR Will be in Clover port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month with J H Hunsche Stephensport Irvlnirton Brandenburg West Bound 1017 1045 1112 1335pm 917 645 its 818 34i 37 310 328 400 610 636 667 817 730 4U 603 623 603 621 745 4 4 60 No 4I No No 45 Lr YOUNG 250000 MAN CURED iM md lllng COTTON 0 h SKKII 1 Loulivllle Brandenburg Irylngton Stephensport Hawesvllle Owensboro bpoitsvlile Henderson Eyansyllle 7t0am 460pro 823pm 809 861 93 915 961 6 43 1U35 1135 1217pm 10 10 12 0 1 15 1040 riorerpott when litnurnnt of tho Icrriblo crlmu you wero commiulntr DM roil only coniilcr ion iascinnuin niiurcuicuts oi mis oru habit When too lato to nruiil Vo ter-- bM rlblo results weio your eyes okikh ti your perllT Did you Inter nn In mnn- - LJ nnd then co romo Manning rymptunis Daro sou worry In your nrcent eon Vouknow lltlon JIK1 lATHUK I r inarrlcl a a J ou con lit Iv I SON etanllj IK ing in rirtmlY In rnarrinco n fnlluro wllli inuonncoi uutof any wenk nc eiuteilliy early nbuto or I iter ox eoesosT llmo you been ilrugccd with Thlgliooklctnlllixilntouttu mercury r IK MuMInc K1KI11 0U 720 789 804 916 947 963 1021 1086 10M 1148 13 ii 1 fiootcontrnetnnyllttVATlorllIOUII dljcmo Wcrojoueiiroiiy Do you now fH 1 Timothy per bashol Oover per bushel Orlmaon clover per busliet II d Top per bushel Orchard Uras per bushel Bluegrass fancy per bushel Timothy Timothy No 2 Good bright straw HAT GIUIX FKED No 1 - 35 13113am 5 3 60 ArrbLLonls 732 115 720 2 60 45 115nl20 85 000i950 800a850 4 00i4C0 321 Casper May Co IND A I trains run through Solid to Eyansyllle Through parlor cars and Pullman sleepers on all trains between St Louis Kvantyllle and Louis yjlle Numbers 41 and 42 connect at Irvlnirton for Fonlavllle and Itardinsburg dally except Sunday H C MOBDUE A 0 1 A Louisville Ky CANNELTON CORN youthoronult rflhr ncl nmljiolnt Ml il Ol iKbAT out hownur M MKNT will msitlwly It iro you khown how tliouMiiil linvo been i a cl by our NKW IHIIATMIJNT It iirovn how wo ran illAUNTii 10 tlllllJ No 2 M xed at store No 2 Whltu OAT3 B O B Kast 33J 32 31 29 281 GREGORY Wharfmasters CLOVERPORT Local Agents CO KENTUCKY 0SW RT iEri Brsnticiiuti uiioTiiNCY IMSClllir DIIA1NK IWNATlHAli VAiitrocnu RYriitMs llrearcs Tho ANY UUKA1IM OAHU Oil NO PAY Wo trcit nnd riro HMlSSIONB No 2 White No 3 White No 2 mixed Oats No 3 mixed Oata VUIKAT Steamboat Agents Trains leave Louisville as follows S W HAILWAY Clnclnnatl and the St LouU and the West TOt so No 16 No 18 Lv Loulsvlta 8 13am a jam 2 4SPn Ar Cincinnati 11 5jam 645am Ar Columbus n ijam SSSPm 11005pm 05pm Ar Pittsburg 8apm 795am At Washington 650 am Il aoara Ar Baltimore 1 2opm 7 50am Ar Philadelphia 1015am 340 pm Ar New York 11 3onn SJ5pm Ar Iloston 300pm 905pm Nraln No 16 has eWant Pullman lluir Car to Cincinnati and Drawing room Sleeper and dlnlnsr ears Clncmnsti to Washington Baltimore Philadelphia and New York without change TranNo 18 has elegant Pullman Parlor Car to Cincinnati and Pullman Drawinirroom and dining cars Cincinnati to New York without change Train No ao has sleepers to Cincinnati open at 9 oclock to receive passengers OIIAItUESKtDNUYnml HMDDUll No 2 Lorg Berry no 2 Ked No 3 RYE 1 1 00 00 08 53 Homestead Fertilizer Company and i CURES GUARANTEED VnKc PRIM If unable to rail wrlto for 1 OUKhTTOT ULAKK for 110MK IIUATMKNT - ifL OIM priii j i- Ity ri fin Stamp UlWBIILiTATIUiM No2VBtern FLOOR tandard Dealers In Oil Company Kennedys Kergan 122 W FOURTH STREET CINCINNATI O 31 Aijil t tvlK yt0Z M iVWsal ilTf XRS Htraijtht Tatent Low Grades High Grade Talent MISCELLANEOUS GOSfCOO 0 00 4 35a J 50 1 iin Rait 7 bu bol N O Molasses Sorghum Sugar gran per cwt Lime per hbl Cement per bbl Irish per barrelnew Sweet per barrel POTATOES 3038 f25aa33 10 Doors Saab Blinds Yellow Pine Floor Ing and Coiling Weather Boarding Shingles Salt Lime Cement 2830 7075 80 Laths Flaster Plastering Hair Plow Handles Bricks Etc Estimates Furnished for Buildings and Building Material 175a20O 85 2 50a2 75 YOU NEED A ONIONS Per barrel 11ACON BANK or Noo No 16 No 44 810pm 833am 135am LouIj 11 3onn 640pm 711am Ar Springfield 8 40pm 9 33am North Vernon accomodation leaves al 7 is a m dally Charlestown accommodation leaves at 5 30 p m except Sunday Trains N01 16 so and 44 have elegant day coaches Pullman parlor and sleeping cars to St Louis Arbt Lv Louisville St Louis Springfield and the West TRAINS ARRIVE From Hast 7 1 a m is 15 noon 6 40 p m 13 a m 3 30 a m From West 7 ic a m 11 13 p m 6 40 p m City Ticket office coutheast comer Fourth and Main streets Depot Seventh and river For detail Information regarding rates time on connecting lines sleeping parlor dining cars etc ddress R S nilOWN District Pass Ticket Agent II O S W Rt 4th and Main Louisville Ky orJ M CHESSriROUGH General Passenger Aeent Cincinnati Ohio G B WAIIHKL Assistant General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio DAILY IT ONLY NEWSPAPER COSTS GENTS A Shoulders Clear rib sides CI a- - sides Sugar cured hams Lard in tierces hides No 1 creen salted per lb No 2 creen salted per lb No 1 dry flint per lb No 2 dry Hint per lb No 1 dry salted per lb No 2 dry salted per lb CJ0 8 5 Oji is HAHDI3STSBUHG a F BEARD President WILL MILLER Vloe Ptesldsnt H BEARD Cashier O V7 1717 1515 15 13 BEARD WEEK Killed by Ills Wire Drldgeport Ind- - Jan 14 Link Mit- Â¬ chell negro was shot and killed by his wife Tho woman claims her hus- Â¬ band threatened to shoot and that in her efforts to disarm him tho gun was accidentally discharged MORRIS ESKRIDUK R H JOLLY INTERF8T 1 -- Director J Louisville HenderonSf Louis RyCo To read every day In the year PID nM TIME DEPOSITS The Louisville At the aw Office of TIME SCHEDULE Tatting- asro 4 M 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Ohio seed potatoes Mrs J W Steel is on the sick list Beauty of Hebron potatoes Vrst Poultry netting for fences Sulz rs promptly roliovea tho cough Btopa Window shades of all kinds Sulzers tho tickling in tho throat and in- Â¬ Kraut 10 cents per gallon at City Bak duces quiot and refreshing oleop ery Mlki Popham wnt to Hawcsville jeeterday 0 T Wastrr of Troy was In the city last wr k Breckenridge News Miss Florence Lnwls has resumed- - her dntloe nt the Fair J F Claycomb of I odlburg was in WEDENHDAT MAHOII 2 1898 town yesterday on business John Heston of McDanlel spent a few days In the city last week 5 Blue grata farmers are realizing extta good prices for their tobacco Mr 0 M McGlothlan Union Star was here Sunday and Monday on business War talk All persoDB indebted to Miller Lig1 1 Clover Vest foot please come forward and settle at Timothy Vest once Qet your guns in order Mrs Dr J T Owen and daughter Landreth seed at Vests Miss Lula have been quite ill for sevei Knight the photographer al days Northern seed potatoes Suz irs Landreth furnishes the seed for the New York Early Hose potatoes Vest botanical gtrdens of the Government Vest A freeh supply of nice cakes Sulz You will And Its mellow the thing A alight swow fall yesterday afternoon Everybody Ibr tting in readiness for youre after only ten cents Gregory Gibson war Born to the wife of Fletcher Fauley Local haso hall frver will soon ho Sunday Feb 27ih a floe girl Oracle Ayers diierri Pectoral 2Size 2ppicc b r f4 J Local Brevities Â¬ ts ratiK atv is S H county was in town Saturday lie made a pleasant call at the News office Ho Hon D R Murray went to Held yesÂ¬ la strongly in favor of the Goebel Elec- Â¬ terday to transact some legal business tion bill Rev Donald Grant will preach Sun Â¬ for the Texas day morning and evening at Guston Mr Scott Morton has moved to this city to reside until a suitable location He will deliver a lecture on temperance in the M E church nt Bewleyville Sat Â¬ can be found urday night under the auspices of the zrs Miss Floreta Burr of Hawcsville was 1 Goodnight went to Louisville yet a passenger on Mondays East bound Ep worth League E Mr and Mrs Charles May Sr attend terduj train to Ioulsville ed the funeral of Mr Amlel Brleden Clover Creek is rapidly receding to its Col Ben Harrison a widely known Mr back in Owensboro Sunday old stago newspaper man of Henderson died in Brledenback was in his fiftieth year and from Philadelphia lost week Mlts May Connor has returned at one time was a resident of Hawes Home Subscribe for the Louisville Dispatch ville Mrs J D Grfglry went to Louisville It will be delivered promptly at your Mr and Mrs Charles P Babbage ar residence Julius Slpple Monday rived home Sunday night from their Mr George Harris who baa been All of the lawyers have returned from bridal tour They report a most delight- Â¬ with his father Towando Pennsylvania Iiardinsburg ful trip Mrs Babbage will be at the James Shalcroes of Canuelton was in returned Saturday night home of her parents Mr and Mrs AlexThe railroad boys were all happy yes- Â¬ ander Boyd for several weeks town Monday Katie came The Pretty terday eveninf See our line of lace curtains G W Basham and Joseph L Matting- Â¬ with its monthly load of lucre designs Suzera ly of Kirk were in town last Wednes- Â¬ Tne Hardin county Agricultural and George II Baker Owensboro spent day from Hawesvllle homeward bound Mechanical Association have selected Sunday intowr Mr Basham had finished the delivery of September 0 as the date of their fair his tobacco to Stinnett Bros He receiv- Â¬ Pretty line of straw mattings and carÂ¬ meeting ed 8 3 and 2 They both report the pets Sulzers MIbs Lillie MoredockJ of Louisville Caleb Hawkins of Hardinsburg was has arrived in the city She will be coming crop in their neighborhood as enormouB in the city Monday with the Misses Sawyer for several A 0 Munson fireman on the Texas W S Mason has been appointed post weeks who sometime ago was suddenly taken master at Ma Held Nathan and Lawrence Bewley Custom ill and bad to be removed to the infirm- Â¬ Mr A P Thomap a prominent citizen leave next week for Guthrie Oklahoma ary in Louisville arrived Monday much of Fallbid is dead They will engage in the sewing machine improved Mr Muuboo has been away IJucle Felix Lewis went to Louisville buslnecs some four or five months He relates Monday to bo treated for eczema Robt B Pierce left Monday night for some interesting stories of the depth of We are showing a line of pretty house Florida Mr Pierce contemplates locat- Â¬ snow in parts of Michigan where he has ing there It all arragemeuts can be per- Â¬ just left This weather is quite exhilerat decorations of all kinds Sulzers ing to him Mrs Owen Raitt has been quite sick fected Capt W T Washer while driving for the past week She has lagrippe from Troy to Tell City Ind was acci- Â¬ Another Joyful Meeting Dr M F Wedding of Rome Ind dentally thrown from the buggy and el was enroute home Monday from Cam The Irvirgton B V R 0 had an en- Â¬ severely hurt ton joyable meeting on Saturday though the Rev T V Joiner pastor of the Elm Mr George Jungliug went to Evans attendence waa small Members respond Â¬ St M E church will hold morning ville Friday and returned Saturday ed to roll call with quotations from services next Sunday at Holts Bottom night Goethe and Schiller After business was and here at night disposed of an interesting paper was If you have never tiled white egg soap Wm Perkins and Horace Newton read by Mrs Wathen on Germanys try it now An rxcelent toilet soap went to Stephensport Monday They Peace Treaties Trie Religious life of Suzers have a week or twos work at carpenter Â¬ Germany and the Kinship of Bigotry Jack Moorman who has been working ing in that vicinity aud Ignorance were discussed On next in Evansville is at home on a short va- Â¬ Some artistic and beautiful pictures Saturday March 5th there ia a called cation have been taken by photographer meeting at Mrs Wathens The program Frank 0 Ferry Henderson was here Knight for the ooming illustrated Is as f jIIows The German poets Leasing Mouday looklrg after his business edition of tho Bbkckenbidqe News and Herder by Mrs Bennett and Miss interests Roland Smith Stephonsporta faithful Ellen McGehee Paper by Miss Julia Everett Whitehead of Rome spent accomodating hostlery spent a few Greenwood Selections from Leasing in Sunday with his brother Mr Edward and hours in this city Saturday Mr Smith December magtzlne by Miss Charlotte Whitehead slid there was Borne marked improve- Â¬ Herndon Selections from Herder In Jan Cotjgrestman Settle lias appointed ment in business in his town magazine by Mis George Lyddan mus Walter Smith of Versailles to a cadet ic by Mrs Moorman and Misses Mun W 0 Taul and wife loft yesterday ship at Annapolis Committee on tor Waynoka Oklahoma They go ford and Henderson Cattle were in evidence in Danville on to visit his father V B Taul who was entertainment will meet with Mrs court day There were estimated to be a former reafdent of this county They Hawes Wednesday at 230 p m something near 600 on the market will reach heir destination Thursday The John K Speed J T Skillman went to Webster Mon Â¬ Hardin Wilder professional dentists day Mr Skillman has become an active of Brandenburg will be in Irvington Mr Ohas May Sr shipped a consign farmer and all of his time is engaged March the Oth and 101 All those ment of 30000 hoops by the Str John K looking alter this interest wishing deutistery should avail them- Â¬ Speed to the southern markets last week The Columbia B V Reading circle selves of this opportunity All work The following were at the landlrgMlsses will meet Saturday afternoon at the resi Â¬ guaranteed to give entire satisfaction Eva and Eliza May Charles May Jr dence of Mrs Dr Smith All members and Walter S Smart Captain Hazlett Mrs Jennie Tiavers of Ferdsville clerk Harry 0 Proctor invited the are earnestly requested to attend received ll0O0 oa Feb 3 from the Order a copy of tho greatest American Mystlo Circle Lodge of that place of which party aboard and a genuine old fashioned newspaper the New York Sunday her husband was a member The lodge cotillion was participated in for an hour Journal price 5 cents 40 copies told made a prompt payment after the death Those aboard taking a pleasure trip were Misses Armstrong Wash- Â¬ lasjweek Order to day Suzts proof wai made ington D 0 Hall of Charleston K P McGill of Henderson one of W Va Mesers A church meetiug will be held at the Wright of De- Â¬ Baptist church next Friday night All the old time rallroaAeperatoiB has been troit Mich and Hall of Charles members are r quested to be present as assigned to tv position iu the Texas ton W Va Alter an hour of tripping office at Henderson Gill was very po Â¬ the fantastic the party -- went homeward there ia important business to bo attend pular here and had made many friends bound with best wishes for a successful ed to trip to the olll era aud passengers of the The proposed illustrated edition of who regret to learn of tils departure the Bbkckkniiiuqb Nuns is rapidly com The Mystic Circle Lodge will attend boat Ing to a close aud it will be the hand church in a body next Sunday morning somest and largest paper of its character at the Baptist Lurch Rv WB Rot A Happy Reunion ever published in tlm State ledge will deliver a sermon for their Mr and Mrs James G Stephens of Wf O Allen the gonial agent at the benefit Ev ry body invited to attend as Alta Vista were never more surprised depot has ut completed an excellent 1 will be a big gttheiing assomeotler than on Thursday night of list week lodge i have b ea invited to aUsjil crayon portait of the Boy Platte orator when upon the arrival of their son H Williams Jenninia Bryaa It is certain- Â¬ Miss Mary HiHton dangkttr of Mr Minor Stephens of Florida Mr Steph Â¬ ly an an artistic piece of workmanship and Mrs Lto Hlntoa MaJiftely Ky ens had beon in New York to look after The Insurance money due the Baptist died Monday evening at 7 kclock o his fruit interests and consult with his She was 22 yJLn of sgs agents for another term Mr and Mrs parsosMge com miltee has been paid over consumption aud the plans for the new parsonage She wasalovtabls young wiaaan and T J Mlnary Mr and Mrs Caldwell adopted so the work wilt begin t one her many frleHtk are grieved that her Norton of Louisville and Mira Brook Stephens who had been visiting In ob the new building It will be built life was taken away so sees on th foundation of the eU building Mr Joseph Lewis fUw e f Henry J Louisville accompanied them home Mr 0 P Btbbage ami bri4 were the Lewis who resides is Ibis city died at This naa Mr Stephens first visit home fwssss at sappe oa Monday evetili g of the home of Sextos Newton Sunday ia five years and to say the least a happy Mm J O B kbbagft at the Napper House awning at 6 oclesk Mr Lewis bad reunion of that genial household existed Tim dainty and sumptuous vast that possibly reached tho foar seore mark Mrs Stephens pave a delightful dinner 8 jsday iu honor f her bobs arrival was spwad for tits gwU was cltsraoter II had besB is fosbls bsalth forsowe istloof Umm usually srjrjsd at this tloM and the end was sucpsettd Hit well known hostlery aud Mr aud Mrs remains wars Uksn to Hardlusburg A bath with Cosmo BuUsrmllk Nppr Lavs the thanks I all who parÂ¬ Monday and lafctrrvd ia tbs Catholic Soap fxqaWtly sowted ia soothing and Ion ticipated In this pUsssnt WntAeUI Bold vwrwusw next N SO Tinlus pure apple vinegar City Bak Â¬ ery Cliaa May and wife went Owensboro Sunday Apple6 100 per bushel at City Bak Â¬ ery Wo are tho leaders in garden seed Wet Garden implements and seeds at Sul Mabel A large deduction will be made for the days on sllverplated ware at F The post oftVe underwent some repairs rf yestetilay Mrs William Hall and daughter Miss Elizabeth and baby Pruut of Webster were in the city Sunday with relatives in this city and surround Â¬ will during the Mis Charles L Hunter left Monday SOCIETY week for Louisville and Batdstown wheio she no doubt all previous records will spend several weeks with relatives along the matrimonial lino Should you contemplate havlrg your picture taken no other photographer Thero are- tbreo announcements which should be visited than Knight Clover appear In this weeks issue of the News and possibly more to occur that ore beÂ¬ fort ing kept in darkness We want to do your repairs on watches jewelry and spectacles nt price as low as Tim approaching society event and first clais work can bo done at F N one which has been In the minds of DHuys It Now la the time to buy solid silver many a question only as to when for Wed Â¬ spoons cheaper than ever Come In and would take place is announced nesday March Oth at 7 oclock p m It see my nice stock of thesj staple goo Is Is the marriage of Mr Charles Hamman F N DHuy to Miss Pearl Gibson at the home of her Tom Caley who has been keoplng bar parent Mr and Mrs Augustus Gibson for Boyd Mattingly has resigned his The wedding will ho a quiet affair position and acepted a similar one with only the Immediate rolatlyes and friends Mike Popham of the contracting parties to be present John Vest a member of tho firm of Thb bride is one of Cloverports charms Wm Vest Sons loft Sunday for Cin- Â¬ possesses a loveable disposition and is cinnati Mr Vest has gone east to pur- in every particular an excellent and de- Â¬ chase his spring stock of goods serving young lady Mr Hamman Is Have Just received a nice line of Seth the junior member of the furniture store of M Hamman Son Thomas clocks which 1 propose sellng at a price never before made on these He is a sterling energetic and thorough goods Come and see them at DHuys business young man After the cere- Â¬ Mrs Levi Winchell died Friday morn- Â¬ mony an elegaut spread will b i tendered ing in Tobinsport Ind She was 77 them at tho home of the brido They Her death removes from that community will reside In this city an excellent and tiue christian woman Invitations are out announcing the J F South Bowling Green and Sam marriage of Miss Amelia Brook Tinuls Li Heist Owensboro were in tho city daughter of Mr- - and Mrs Charles Tin- Â¬ Monday enrouto to Hannins distillery Mr South lias been given this assign Â¬ lus to Mr Daniel Dick both Of Holts Bottom the wedding to take place Wed Â¬ ment nesday evening at 0 oclock in Holts Hon William E Minor of Addison Chapel the veteran free silver orator of jj NRW8 OLOYRRPORT KY CUPIDS immmmmmtmmmmmMm Perfect Health c CONQUESTS Keep the system in perfect or Â¬ der by the occasional use of Tutts Liver Pills They reg- Â¬ ulate the bowels and produce - For sick headache malaria A Vigorous Body bil- Â¬ Just another sprinkling of bargains thoy aro quoted for this week Some aro limited and if you want them come quick S ULZERS TUTTS Liver PILLS UNCLE AUSTIN DEAD iousness constipation and kin- Â¬ dred diseases an absolute ctirc White Egg Soap The grandest soap in the world for tho complexion made from tho pureBt of material there 1b nothing like it The fineBt perfumes of French flowers No chapped faces or hands used Save the wrappers and get a beautiful Abraham Lincolns Playmate Dead Aged 93 Near Hodgenvllle He Was Known Far And Near Hodgenvllle Ky Feb 22 After an illness which kept him confined to bis bed for over a year Uncle Aintin Gollaher tho playmate of Abraham Lincoln died at his home near here this morning His death was due to old age and general debility He was ninety three years old A few months belore his death his mental faculties became much impaired but until that time his mind was exception- Â¬ ally bright and he conversed freely It was his great delight to relate the experience of his saving Lincoln from drowning and he considered this the greatest accomplishment of his life When this country was young Mr Gollaher taught school in the Muldraugh Hill section and though his book learn- Â¬ ing was very limited his naturally strong intellect enabled him to preform schoolroom duties in a manner that gave satisfaction to the patrons and there are many old citizens living in this county who went to school to him in the 40s He was the father of six children his grandchildren number twenty six his great grandchildren forty five and his great great grandchildren sixteen Mr Gollahers entire life was spent in the hills of Larue county The old man bad become widely known iu almost every State in tho Union by reason of tho fact that he wrb the only playmate of Abraham Lincoln Ho was a very plalndignifled old gentleman and never attempted to arrest public attention by giving publicity to his com- Â¬ panionship with Lincoln nor would he under any circumstances misrepresent or oven exaggerate the intimacy of tho acquaintanceship he enjoyed with Lincoln as a boy Mr Gollaher had been a strong man His large mentally and physically bony frame shows that in former years he was a powerful man and his very large head high full forehead and ex- Â¬ pressive eyes indicated great natural ability and had he enjoyed the oppor- Â¬ tunity of improving his natural talents had some fortunate circumstance called him from obscurity be would easily have reached far beyond the average prominence accorded to man and would have been one of our most noted and Bat satisfied with a useful citizens pleasant easy going life and not of an adventurous spirit he enjoyed only the pleasant memories of his acquaintance with Lincoln and the respect and esteem of all who knew him Â¬ Â¬ photograveure Â¬ A Good Drink of 1AX IjUiiuc p u auuuruu iuy i ni uo ueuuk vuaao ix SanVinrn flnfln Put nr In nir -- jr w 1 ttrrVif narya Praa JJWUAU1 f rr anTr VSl WUUD 1UU i sssBBrai inwnti nmmiiiiMi i tfiSBBBBBBrr n uuu j visn VhLbbbbbbbbbbbbbbV VliSBBBBW XInHW t JB-iiLcboS-S- y B 4 LBBBMCOrLtfd 4BBBBBBlrr W4sbbbbW Veuv 1 U J 1HLsz 1 rf2SBBBBBBW injurious coloring it Drowsamost delightful beverage Set of flower tools rake hoo and spade rinnJ UUIUVII UUUU r7Maa IIUV A Good Coffee A1III BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBS 10c A AtlH Childs Wnsh Hoards 1 quart of extra fine Pumpkin Seed NORTHERN SEED POTATOES FLOWER NORTHERN SEED OATS 25c 15c 17 ths Only a limited number on hand and from line ftock lOc DHuys Â¬ The nuptials of Miss Lula McGavock this county to Mr John M Long of Daviess county is announced to take place at the home of Mr and Mrs John McGavock Tuesday morning at 10 oclock Miss McGavock is a cultured and highly accomplished young lady and comes from one of Breckenridge countys pion- Â¬ eer families Mr Long is a rising young farmer and is well connected In that county After the ceremony the couple will he tendered a most sumptuous dinner They will make Daviess county their future home Happy Event The Ladles Cooking Club met Wed Â¬ nesday evening with Mrs J B Randall and on Thursday the Reading Club met there also Some twenty flye or thirty were present It was an especial unique affair called by thehostess afagotparty All of the feminine sex did the talking There were fagots and entertaining Each at- Â¬ of all sizs shapes and colors tendant was presented with a small slip of paper designating a number and those holding the corresponding one were partners The young lady possessing a number that corresponded with any held by the gentleman had to tell that young man a love story or a story of this na- Â¬ ture The objectionable feature was that most of the fagots were entirely too email and were readily consumed in the fire However many a countenance put Miss forth a deep erubescent color Mary Harris a young lady of rare talent was the successful one in capturing the prize Then came the most enjoyabk part of the program it was that bountiful and sumptuous repast that the club baa gained n reputation for serving After e etc then a slip moments of of paper was presented to each on which contained quotations from numerous authors which had to be auswered Miss Jenny Waifield was one of the lucky contestants and in the drawing landed The meetings of this club tho priz grow more interesting and pleasant to the visitor on overy occasion tete-a-tet- GRASS POTATO ONION SETS CROSSMANS GARDEN SEEDS tot tot FERRYS GARDEN SEEDS DUNKIRKS GARDEN SEEDS SEEDS Pure Seed obtained from good stock that will germinate when planted Try them IRVINGTON Mrs Jim Smith Is on the sick list The population ol Irvington is Increas- Â¬ ing Itoy Cain spent Sunday in Bewleyville ABOUT and vicinity Prayer meeting Wednesday night Dont forget to como Grandma Cunningham has gone to OF Hardinsburg to visit her son 0ven Mr and Mrs Itedman spent Saturday night with homefolks at Guston Mr Schultz preached at the liaptitt church Saturday afternoon Sunday a m and p m Miss Nora Henderson has returned from Louisville She has resumed her music teaching Miss Nellie Henderson one of our lovliest girls graduated lost week in On the outskirts of the Kindergarten work The alTiir was beautifully carried out and- of course town of Oloverport Ky Miss Nellie was the fairest and prettiest Oash rent only Imme- Â¬ in the bunch diate possession Address The friends of Mr and Mrs Sandy Hendry former residents of Irvington will be glad to hear that hu is doing a flourishing business in his new home We miss them from among us but ate Coal Co glad they are doing so well Miss Ree Washington still makes her weekly trips to Louisville purchasing She for tho people of the community also teaches music at Stephensport and Irvington and altogether is a thoroughly wide awake exemplary young lady Mr Ernest Henderson went to Louh vllle last Friday to be under surgical treatment again A telegram brings the good news that he stood the operation We earnest Â¬ well and was resting easily number of mulei and wok lOU SAIE--tone Addreit Clui Kiedel Holt Ky ly hope that this may be the end of his trouble and that perfect health may bo without power fully regained WASTED be Ain raw mdt rlorder and chp tirtt ctaii Address C Dest btephenspoit Ky Wo were so sorry to hear of the mis fortune to the Leltclifield people in the TOR KKNT The old Hardin frm on Clover Creek llreckrnrldga county ior terms ap burning of the rqware in their town and ply to Julius Hardin especially do we feel for the good Meth- Â¬ odists of the town in the lots of their A good FOIl HUNT opening f store and dwelling house one desirous of enter I3ro CundliT is the right nice church For particulars ad Ire the mccantile business man iu the right pace now for being a dress Dr It W Ilurch McQuady Ky man who overcomes many difficulties DMINISTIt ATOMS NOTICE All persons will we feel sure soon have another Indebted to the estate of Ihos - Johnson deceased are herebynotifted to come forward and church for his flock settle before the thiidMondav in July 184S J RKenielyAdmr Buoklens Arnica Salve To Lease Â¬ 22 ACRES Good Farming Land - LA GRIPPE Breckenridge Cannel Mistaken Por Consumption Up to Die Given To some people the mention of la grippe calls forth a smile They are the people who have never bad it Anyone who has ever had even tho slightest touch of la grippe knows well the com- Â¬ plete misery it brings And not only misery for the time being hut unless properly treated its sequella follows it month after month until the patient There are three little things which do despairs of ever getting well again Pe Â¬ more work than any other three little ruana is the remedy for all such cases things created they are the ant the bee Mrs Lou Day Is audDeWItta Little Early Risers the Fayetteville famous little pills for stomach and liver Tenn writes as trouble Short Hayues follows I was filleted with a Popular Travelling Man Married disease common ly known as la Mr Charles Pierce Babbage who rep grippe the doc- Â¬ r seuts the American Grocery Company tors said I had of Louisville in this territory was mar Â¬ 1 consumption ried Wednesday afternoon of last week had a dreadful to Mies Katie Leo Bruce Boyd of Clover nort Tho marricge took place at the cough and could not sleep at night I a residence of the brides parents Mr and was advised by a friend to try got one bottle and the second night Mr Babbage I Mrs Alexander Boyd makes Shelby ville about every two weeks my cough stopped I took ten bottles and many friends bore will cordially and I will say that I believe I would be congratulate him on his good fortune a dead woman now if it had not been to I recommend The bride is said to be a very attractive for all those who suffer with la grippe young lady The Shelby Sentinel Send for free book on Winter Ca- Â¬ Drug Address The tarrh Manufacturing Company Columbus Pe-ru-- Louisville Ky WANTS Â¬ A I- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ lars cardsetcexecuted in the finest style When you want a good job one that you want people to look at and read Pl KCKKNimxiB NEW can be overcome in almost all cases come tO US by the use of Scotts Emulsion of Cloverport Ky Cod Liver OH and the Hypophos Wasting Children-in SCOTTS a Ohio J G Stephens Addison Ky blains Corns and all Skin Eruptions and postively cures Piles or no pay re- Â¬ quired It is guaranteed to give perfect NOTICF I havo aoo bush for els satisfaction or money refunded Price bushels isof while French artichokesand sale Five will win sufficient to plant an acre ter 40 hogs yielding on good land from 8ro to 1000 25 cents per box For Sale by Short bushels An absolute preventative ot cholera and Haynes keeps hogs In such thrifty condition that it Is al Thk Best Salvu in the world for Cuts SAIK Two handsome vungjacls good Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fe Â¬ FOlt and color Inline condition and ready for service this siring Also a lot of white French Â¬ ver Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chil- artichokes vield from too ti 000 bushels prr acre The Dest We do neat plain attractive printing Catalognep booklets pamphlets circuÂ¬ The Quickest Sale on Record Dave Henry sold 60 town lots in Wtst most Impossible for dis ase to take hold of the m Send ia your order and remittance now if you want them and I will ship them April 1st 60c pet bushel or 5 bushels for is 5a Or 1 V Toote Irvington Ky while phites of Lime and Soda It is a scientific fact that cod liver oil is the most digestible oil in exÂ¬ istence in Point last Saturday in thirty one mluutes by the watch They were in the Geoha gan addition and brought 110- - It was the quickest and best sale on record There is noman in tills country that can hindleosale like Dave Henry libs a natural born auctioneer Men and uiodlclnesare Judged by wl a they do The great cures by Hoods Par sapaiilla give It a good name every- Â¬ where For a p rfect complexion and a clea us Cosmo Duttertnllk Siap Sold everywhere Wilt Itnlso Tomatoes l ITS MELLOW- - I 1 Wabash Ind Fob 25 McClelland Company who expect to establish extenslvo canning works in this city have closed contracts with Wabash county farmers to plant 300 acres in tomatoes the vegetables to bo deliver- Â¬ ed at the factory at an agreed price Sued For Ulvorco Indianapolis Feb 23 Mrs Estella Trumbull brought suit for divorce ia the local courts against Oliver Trum- Â¬ bull whose stago name is Ollie Mack He is an Irish comedian and htswlfs nlleges that he Is now paying too much attention to a Chicago woman The Fluor Gave War Frankton Ind Feb 20 WMIa fu Â¬ neral services were being conducts over the body of Mrs George OaVs th floor ot the church gave way as4 tb congregation was precipitated to Um basement Nobody was hurt tait Umm was great cttMnt I I EMULSION it is not only palatable but it is already digested and made ready for immediate absorption by the It is also combined with lystem I I HON BY M heathy skin MOLASSES i Sip V the hypopnocenttcswntcn supply a food not only for the tissues of the body but for the bones and nerves and will build up the child when its ordinary food does not supply proper nourishment Sm -- II 1 Cosmo Buttermilk Toilet Soap makes the skin soft white and healthy Sold everywhere GANDY I i THE FINEST ON EARTH TRYAPAOKAOC IOc - CASTORIA ftr Imfiuiti aa4 OklWm B turf you iH SCOTTS Emuhhi m oJ hfe m en th wnpfr All drutffato SOWN SCOTT OwMfato M lfc - ow yx uUUaa Mm Y f bREQORY 4 GIBSONf TH Brkckemridge WKDgUNtMY BHAOKBMRIDO PKE DIGESTED NEWS THE MOST CHftONIC CAN DEVOUR DYSPEPTIC IT NRV8 OtkOVfeRPOHT News MARCH 3 1808 STEPHENSPORT Mr Lawaon Hook returned borne last week Ben Hawkins Njw Bethel was in town Sunday Forest Hawkins Cloverport spent 8undyin tows JuBOHaynes went to Louisville Sun day to sell bis tobacco Mr Perkins of Louisville visited Mr L T Roberts last week MnlR ASmltb is with her daughter Mrs Ltjunin liardlusburg Mrs Milt Miller nee Miss Dora Bra bear was In town Saturday Mr Arch Stiles a resident of this place several years ago is visltlrg here Home Misses Wilson and Krauch Ind werogusts at the Djwell liousa Sunday Dont lorget Sunday school at the M E church every Sunday morulng All come out Mrs Albert Pettitt and daughter left Sunday for Derby Ind where they will visit relatives Mr Taylor Hanks returned home Sat- Â¬ urday from Hardlnsburg where he had been on the jury We are glad to hear that the enter Â¬ tainment given or the fire sufferers Sat Â¬ urday night was a success Capt Williams and wife of Evans ville were the guests of their daughter MrsChas Wellington last week The party given at the hospitable home of Miss Katie R Crawford last Tuesday evening was iaig ly attended and enjoyed by all Miss Nell Miller Sample ws tho guest of Miss Blanche Moseley Saturday and Sunday Bro Cundill preached to large crowds both Sunday and Sunday night Â¬ day school and is gotten up by those zsslous workers Mrs Peyton Mrs Storms and Mrs Gross They have in Â¬ vited Pibf Burnett tho blind musician to play lhat night and we hopo to have a full houso There are so many coiihctlng reports in regard to the Maine disaster that one does not know whether to be argy with Spain or merely feel sorry over a terrible accident somtbodys blundering sent a great many souls into eternity without a moments warning But if It was not an accident there Is a bloody handed mur- Â¬ derer who deserves the fate an Ameri- Â¬ can jury would give him The following Is coppled from the Louisville Dspatch of February the Oth 1808 A pretty wedding wai held at the residence of Mr James Clarkson 1015 Fourth Avenue on Thursday even ing The contracting parties were Dt Louis L Hudson a dentist of Austin Minn and Miss Nannie J Green of Glendeane Ky Tho attendants were Misses Etta J Green Ada and Marjo Lewis Clarkson and Messrs Will Goslee and Carl Frederick of Austin Tho house was beautifully decorated and the music exquisite The wedding march was placed by Dr Edward Guenther of Burlington la Miss Clara Kohnhorst was the vocalist The brides boquet was sent from Austin as a present from the grooms mother The prrsents weie numerous and handsome Â¬ BLADER TROUBLE It Is an Instantaneous Process of Ac quiring-- Information and Any One May Keep HlmseU Well Informed Without Wasting Valuable Time The bladder was created for Ono pur Â¬ pose namely a rcceptaclo for urine and as such It Is not liablo to any form of disease except by one or two ways The first way is from Imperfect action of the kidueys The second way Is from care- Â¬ less local treatment of other illnesses r U KIT Geo Yeakel Cot The Cjieat Bargain Store Oar Naranant Bargain Counter fa overflowing with good things Ladles We Invito you to Inspect BaHVBPlBBBBMMHMM j Saturday Ex Mayor Bleo of Cleveland died of acute pneumonia Citizens of Juneau Alaska want an assay office located there Policeman Keller was killed by a burglar In South Bend ind The Spanish cabinet voted 1000000 pesetos to develop the navy An unsuccessful attempt was made to asslnate King Gcorgp of Greece Minister Woodford is condemned for giving a banquet to the Spanish cab- Â¬ inet Secretary Sherman says Spain Is lia- Â¬ ble for damages for the wreck of the Maine saihmisint ihec TJnhealihy urine from unhealthy Just received New Line of WALL PAPER kid Â¬ Â¬ ney Is the chief cause of b a Ider troubles It is comforting to know that Dr Kilmers Swamp Is jHtt thrangh taking stock and they find they have teo many on hand and have orders frem headquarter le Cut Prlets and Reddoe Slack Reid eir Cut Prieee Belew Root fulfills overy wish in The San Francisco Stock brewery has failed with liabilities four times the assets Nicaragua has become diplomatical- Â¬ ly entangled with the English Atlas company Captain Henry B Robeson comman- Â¬ dant of the Portsmouth N H navy yard Is to be promoted to tho grade of commodore Fyldny One of the Jurors In the Sheriff Mar- Â¬ tin cbbo at Wllkesbarre Pa is ill A sweeping antl clgarctte bill has been passed by the Kentucky houso quickly curing bladder and urinary trou- Â¬ bles It corrects frt quont calls inability to hold uiino and scalding or stinglpg pain in passing it or bad tff cts follow ing the use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being comnelkd to get up many times during the night to urinate The mild and extraordinary effect of Dr Kilmers Swamp Root is soon to be realized It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases If you need a medicine you should have the best At diuigsts fifty cents and one dollar You may have a sample bottle and pamphlet both sent freo by mall upon receipt of three two cent stamps to cover cost of postage on the bottle Mention tho BitECKKKRinoE News and Co send your address to Dr Kilmer N Y The proprietors of this paper guarantee the genuineness of this offer 4c tocCurnr Combs t Nu 2tcCuiry Combt at 4c U N T Spool Cotton o Hear Shra Oituh Ac Kn ItlnicSilk t doi hotn Cnlltr Huttons Oc Nke Airon Gingham 3c s foot lloiwtod Itule 1c Itrgers Tea Spooni let 1 OO Ladle Ovega tcrs 2ic OUo ILooCntnlottiat fMc too Ulankets at Norionn KOCIHIUfi Aibutkle coffee 100 35c 100 lib ran Pulka Tomatoes 8c 60c Tea at 33c -- tips and Saucers eet 15c Tumblers ptr set Ijc c Pint Tin Cups Frying Ians 10c 3 lbs good Green Coflce 18 Ibe Granulated Sugar HheciBHd Kubbers Childrens Rubhets at Ladies Kubbers at Chibltens Shots at llabr Shoes at Ladiee Sample Shoes 60 pair Ateni tlonts at Doys Sample Shoei t8lhriire j Lira lbs for age loc 10c Hat and GljUiiiHsr Salts wort II 00 Hoys Hats wprth 600 at Dor goc t ajC Mens Otereoatswoilh isatfjgo Mens Orercoata worth fio at 6a8 Mens Suits at 52 SO AtCott Mens lists 50c IgC 100 50c 69c 3 packages of Coffee person only to ono Ladles Capes Reduced From 1 to 30c BRANDENBURG KENTUCKY QUICK The Tax Levied by Bad Roads CouiitrJournal Mr Clarence Coleman an engineer who was a delegate to the Good Roads On the morning of Feb 20 1893 was sick with rheumatism and lay in bed until May 21st when I got a bottle of ChamberlaiuB Pain Balm The first ap- Â¬ plication of it relieved mo almost entirely from the pain and the second afforded complete relief In a short time I was able to be up and about again A T Morkaix Iuverne Minn Sold by A R Fisher Cloverport and R A Shell man Stephensport 1 BEWLEYVILLE Weather fair and cool with prospect of cold and storms Qllte a number of tobacco beds hnye been sowed I am afraid the men will have to redouble their energy to eat it all We might send to mars or the moon for reinforcements but if it is really so good perhaps our own lordsof creation FALLS OF ROUGH Mr Sam Morgan is quite ill Col ireen went to HardinBburg last week Col Green returned from Louisville The American Hay company trust has been formed with 16000000 capital Earthquakes have caused great de- Â¬ struction of property on the Island of Montserratt At Jamestown Pa Ray Fry stabbed Hugh Sewell to death and then at- Â¬ tempted suicide Tho launching of the first class bat- Â¬ tleships Kentucky and Kearsarge wilt occur March 24 at Newport News The comptroller of the currency has Issued a call for a statement of the con- Â¬ dition of national banks on Feb 18 Henry Metzger of Cedar Point la says more money is being taken Into tho Klondlko country than will ever come out Thursday Simon Lazard banker Is dead In I Thursday Miss Hattie Stuart is expected home this week Mr M W Stone was a guest of Mr Chambllsa Sunday Mr Willis Green returned from Lou- Â¬ isville the other day Mr C W Butler was a guest of Mr M W Stone Saturday Mr David Chatubliaa filled his regular appointment last Sunday Little Miss Lulse Moorman is visiting at Mrs Peytons this week Farmers are very busy breaking up corn ground and sowing oats Mrs Ed Adams entertained the young poeple one evenii g last week Miss Nannie Fisher of Rock Vale gave a party last Saturday evening Mrs Kitty Davison and sou Ed Thom Â¬ as went to llanlinsburg on business last week Miss Nellie Moorufan of Glendeaue was a guest of Miss Mary Pay ton last week Miss Edna Simmons and John Tuttle were married at Union Chaple last Sunday evening Mr Ribert Chambllss visited his sis- Â¬ ter Mrs Sam Parson of JUDunielfi about a week ago Tom Butler of Slirevf Ohio county is remodeliutr his tobacco warehouse and will turn it into a cattle barn I am so pleased with the Ladles Home Idea1 it looks so pure and clean in ita binding of spotters white Mrs Sue Mercer lias returned from a pleasant visit among friends and relatives in the Mcsville neighboihood Sunday February the Slth there was three weddirgi near this place though I did not learn the names of all the con- Â¬ tracting parties On Thursday evening Mr and Mrs J D Williams gave a euchre in honor of Dr Louis L Hudson and wife and Dr Edward Guent her and wife Louisville Dispatch can accomplish the job Mr Bowden piano tuner was in town a few days last week W W Keith Is working over at Irv Ington this week Roy Payne will leave to day Monday for central Illinois wltii tho expectation of remaining sometime Tom Drury cut his foot last Thursday while chopping wood The Rev Hisson will preach in the interest of the Orphans Home at Bran- Â¬ denburg in the Methodist church on the evening o March 1st in our town Tne Womans Missionary society with six members present met with Mrs Cal Bashara Wednesday afternoon Mrs Bashara was very kiud and invited the society lo meet with her next month We extend corgratuations to our neighbor Mr J D Beavin on securing the prize he has been seeking so earnest- Â¬ We cordially welcome Mrs Beavin ly and such nice additions to our commu- Â¬ nity are always agreeable Mr and Mrs Huibert Cain have iiad cause to enlarge their lunrls and in Â¬ crease their stock of affections for tho benefit of a little girl they call their own Cougralu ations in order Long live our editor and his worthy We hope his disaffected friends paper will be led to see the error they make and leave him to live above the follies and foibles of Democracy if one can and stay iu the ranks Frank Beavin left last Wednesday for Daviess county where he rxpects to re- Â¬ main sometime The Teachers Association at Gustou wasasuccets It is quiet the thing to 1 Paris vlBlted London to bold a drawing room Mr Nolf French Journalist suicided in the City of Mexico Asa B Stowe pioneer circus man is dead In Mlddletown Conn The Holland submarine boat Is lying In deep water off Elizabeth N J Charles Degarmo has been elected professor of science and art of educa- Â¬ tion at Cornell Countess Mario de Plasse who dis- Â¬ appeared from New York a year ago la In St Johns hospital In St Louts Wednesday Jimmy Michael becomo a jockey Queen Victoria bicycle rider will Tons of supplies were burled by an avalanche on Lake Bennett Three of the crew of the British ship Asia were rescued oft Nantucket At South Quebec an avalanche crush- Â¬ ed two houses and four lives were lost President signed resolution appro- Â¬ priating 200000 for raising the Maine French liner La Champagne from Havre Feb 12 Is four days overdue at New York The new postofflco building In Oma Â¬ ha was opened to the public on Wash- Â¬ ingtons birthday Elbert Lepford outlaw was shot and fatally wounded by a deputy sheriff at Mountain City Tenn negro shot and Henry Williams killed Miss Ethel Cray white and then suicided In Oakland Cal The bark Agate which left New York last week for tho Klondike with 40 men 1s believed to be lost Southern members who have for years been fighting the appropriation for Informers on Illicit distilleries succeeded In killing the appropriation In committee of the whole Tuesday do I heard to day that Miss Amy Price was married last Sunday at her homo near Hawesville Mr Brack but then lie has two other sweethearts now so I guess he can afford to lose her Mr 0 W Butler of Shreve Ohio county planted his irsh potatoes in Feb ruary He plants them this early every year with great success plants them In straw and awas duiing the dark moon The Sunday School will give an enter Â¬ tainment at the church Saturday night March the 5th beginning at 730 It Is for the hnt fit of the thriving little Sun- - Those Dreadful Sores They Continued to Sprond In Splto of Treatment but Now They aro Healed -- A Wonderful Work For many years I have been a great sufferer with varicose veins on one of my limbs My foot and linb became dread Â¬ When I stood up I could fully swollen feel the blood rushing down the veins of Uiioalrab One day I accidentally hit my toot against some object and a sore broke out which continued to spread and was exceedingly painful I concluded I needed bipod purlljer and I began taking Jn a abort time Hoods ftirtaparllla those dreadful sorea which had caused mo to much suffering began to heal I kept on faithfully with Hoods Barsapa rllU and In a abort time my limb was completely healed and the sores gave me ho store pain I cannot be too thankful for the wonderful work Hoods Sana pa rUla tfcos done for me Mrs A E OctsOH lUrttsud Vermont UHtl talxt the On- - True rllooAFuel r tySrW PHNetirUKvrlb Hoods Sprm Contagious Bood Poison has been ap- Â¬ Mrs Judith Hamilton 102 died in propriately called the curse of mankind It is the one disease that physicians can- Â¬ Tipton Ind not cure their mercurial aud potash Tho wife of Rev W N Cleveland remedies only bottle up the poison in died in Cleveland O the system to surely break forth in a An overproduction of oil In tho Los more virulent form resulting in a total wreck of the system Angeles field Is reported 15 Martin a prominent Mr The RothBchllds are said to be In- Â¬ jeweler Prank Pensylvania Ave Wash at 926 vesting In Klondike claims ington ucoay I was for a long Rufus Schaefer was assassinated In time under treat his home near Huntington WVa ment of two of The new wharf constructed at Tatn the best physi- Â¬ plco Mexico was destroyed by Are cians of this city Ex Governor Boles declares his cur Â¬ for a severe case rency reform scheme Is entirely feasi- Â¬ of blood poison but my condition ble grew worse all Rich gold deposits have been found the while not Â¬ on United States soil on the Yukon withstanding the river fact that they charged me three The Washington and Columbia rail Â¬ hundred dollars road has been purchased by the North Â¬ My mouth was After years if untold suffering from ern Pacific filled with eating sores my tongue was pilep B W Pursell of Knitnewvllle Pa almost eaten away so that for three was cured by using a single box of De months I was unable to taste any solid Qohip Down HI1L Witts Witch Haul Salye Skin diseases food Myhairwas coming out rapidly such as ecz mo rash pimples and obÂ¬ People and I waa In a horrible fix I had tried various treatments and was nearly di stinate son s are readily cured by this suffering couraged when a friend recommended from Kid- Â¬ famous remedy Short llaynes SSS After T had taken four bottles I ney Diseases began to get better aud when I had I a gradual fie WANTED AUENTM finished eighteen bottles I was cared sound and well my akin was without a The Confederate Soldier In the Civil War but steady loss of conulni 500 petes mid Inches ana over I too stiength blemish aud I have had no return of and vital Â¬ large Hattie Scenes Portraits JVsps etc J he the disease SSSsaved me from a life Kietetiiuillargefl war book ever pubiUhed end ity They should of misery Ihetnlyo e that dies Juilice 10 ihe Oinledersie SSS guaranteed purely soldier end the mite he i light lor Asjtnu wanted lose no time In trying vegetable will cure any case of blood cvtrvwhere to ell this book un our new and easy poison Books on thedisease plan Many of the lady and gentlemen agent who Foleys Kidney Cure a and its treat are at work are nuking from 30 to Saoopar Guaranteed Freparattoa A It Fislur month Veterans Sons and Daughter of Vet ment mailed Mas and others ioterettcu at requested to send Coyerport K A SbelnaH HtBkw free hv Swift fee a biauntu lllueiraud uVsciUjts circular port Gordoa it HaynM Patssvil K Specific Co foe and Wise to agents AMue Couiiii jouaiuf foe ruTlNQ Co Uxfaville Kf A WIK quanta ua Monday 1 Superintendent Ashctaft ought to be proud of such a good looking corps of teachers We were glad to see a num Â¬ ber from our vielnity in attendance Among many tilings worthy oi note of the days proceedings I wish to speak of the generous hospitality No one need fear lor dinner at Guston Tne people know well how to entertain a crowd Mrs Loulso Gallagher who has been visiting relatives in Kentucky especially in and near Guston will return to her home In Kauins this week Mrs Gal Â¬ lagher was formerly of Utade county but went to Kausos with her husband in the year 185U She has duiing this time visited Kentucky eight times going over the road 111 times She speaks well for her adopted state but Bays she has a very warm spot In her heatt for old Kentu ky The Rev Donald M Grant will lecture at Bo vloyville Saturday March 5th at 7 pm Tliesulj ct of the lecture Is to be Tempi ranee one that Is very in ar hU heart as it should be with in all None of us need gi very far from our own doors to see the need of our earnest effort against the whisky trafllo so let everybody come out and we will see something of how it is aud perhaps as we hope to do accomplish good Goldkn R Heavy snowstorms have raged in England Ignatius Donnelly married his ste- Â¬ nographer in Minneapolis A bomb was exploded In the home of M Mesine at Montpeller France Senator White of California says he will not be a candidate for re election Steamers returning from Alaska are bringlnng more passengers than god Tho men who robbed the railroad ticket office at Phoenix A T were arrested In Chicago Frank McPherson a guard in tho penitentiary at Canon City Colo was fatally stabbed by a convict Arqnltted of Illoeat Voting John Feb 26 Columbus Ind Spragg and Charley Spragg of this city follows as were acquitted at Brownstown on tho To interest ou depreciation 1623880 03 charge of Illegal voting In tho recent land contest In Jackson To additional cost of hauling 1582227 M county loss of time hauling 01289100 lo A Child lluriieil to Death To depri elation vehicles 151510 U0 Peru Ind Feb 26 Little Lulu Kel To dtprt elation horses and 404877 90 lar daughter of Mr and Mrs J AÂ¬ mules Kellar of Jackson township was burnChargeable to bad roats 4 275 403 00 ed to death Her clothing caught on a Prof Ely has estimated that the loss Are while she was playing about per home per annum on atcount of bad stove Given Up By Four Doctors roads amounts in the United States to 15 and ilgurlng on that basis for the Beaver Dam O Aug 27th 1805 state of Virginia we wculd have 290507 My daughter after being treated by horses at 15 or 4358505 as the cost of lour doctorp and being given up fur lost bad roads or 14 78 for each horeo a neighbor recommended Foleys Kidney Instead of 15 I have thought these cure Today she is able to walk several figures too high until I made theEe cal Â¬ miles without fatigue I feel we would culations but I am now convinced that have lost her if it was not for your medi H sp ctfuly cine Mrs S M Bailey A R Fisher Cloverport It A Shell llaynes man Stephensport Gordon Patcsyllle E A Witt Haidlusburg county-seat-remov- al Convention held at Richmond in 1894 demonstrated the cost of tho bad roads of that state to form an rgregato enough to raise the hair of farmers who grutn bloat their taxes yet put up with the extravagance and inconvenience of mud ttacks over which they do their haul- Â¬ ing Tiic population of Virginia in 1800 was 1G550S0 and it had only C89 miles of macadam zed road Said Mr Cole- Â¬ man I have figured from the statistical abstract of tho United States for 1893 that our piluclpal crops of corn wheat potatoes and tobacco amount to 1275782 tons of 2000 pounds each I omit all other products such as lumber minerals and other crops as an offset against that pert of the crops which may bo consum- Â¬ ed at home and taking 2000 pounds as an average load and ten miles as the averrg haul would give 12057820 ten miles which at twenty five cents per ten mile represents 3104455 ss the tital cost of hauling all products to rail road or market Now If under the pro Â¬ posed condition of good highwajs the average load can bo Increased to even 4000 pounds then we are again paying each year 3 1582227 50 for our bad roads But if we can haul the load of 4000 pounds in four fifths of the time n quir- Â¬ ed to haul the load of 2000 pounds on the unimproved road then we effect a saving in cost of 12801 and that amount must be charged to the account of bad roads Then taking tho assessed value of all vehicles in the state at 13051783 and estimating annual depreciation under present conditions at 10 per cent it is perfectly reasonable to otsume that under tho proposed condition 5 per cent would cover depreciation thus giving another charge of 15158090 And finally taking that asseafd value of horses aud mules at 13495032 and allowing that with good roads we can reduce the present cost of feeding and depreciation o stork to an extent reprtsented by 3 per cei t of value we have 404 877 03 Then we may sum up the annual cost of bad roads in Virginia I dslre to attest to the merits of Chamas one of the moat valuable and efllateut preparations of the market It broke an exceedingly Whooping cough is the most distress Â¬ dangerous cough for me in 24 hours and ing malady but its duration can be cut In gratitude thereof I desire to Inform short by the use of One Minute Cough you that I will never bo without it and Cure which is also the beBt known renic you should feel proud of the high esteem dy for croup and all ung and bronchial in which your remedies are held by people in general It Is the one remedy troubles Short Hayues among ten thousand Succefs to it O It Downey Editor Democrat Albion A Sulclilo at New Albany New Albany Ind Feb 26 Emma Ind For sale by A It Fither Clover- Â¬ Krcps 20 committed suicide by hang- Â¬ port It AShellman Stephensport ing using the clothesline for a rope Her body was found by her mother No MARKET REPORTS reason Is assigned Her father is blind Grain and Stock Quotations For Feb 20 and draws 72 a month pension they aro perfectly reasonable If my reasoning on this suhj ct of the cost of bad roads is correct we are losing In this state 11713 00 for each day In the year or 2 58 per annum for If we had eacli unit in the population the use of the money chargeable to bad roads wo could construct 1710 miles of the best class of macadam roads each year and In 11 teen years our road sys tem would be on a plane with that of France According to these figures our bad roads aro costing us 2478010 07 more than the total tax collected in this state which In 1893 only amounted to 1000- 545 02 This invisible but insidious tax is none the less fatal to our prosperity because it is not gathered by the tax collector On its lift thero are no delin- Â¬ quents and there can bo no evasion of payment No mau who has n 11 cted upon the subject believta thtse ligurea aretxag gerated The cost in Vitginia is propor- Â¬ tionally as great in Kentucky though we have many times more good roads lint tho whole state should have its highways improved It would cost mouey but it would cost infinitely less than tho present wretched systtm of highways in most of the couuties Bo sides it would add immeasurably to the charms and attractiveness of rural life would check the drift of population to the cities and would check tho drift of population to the cities and would ele- Â¬ vate the farming class in the social and pecuniary scale as nothing else can At present there is almost a state ol war in some of our counties because of the opposition to toll roads In Boyle and Jetsainiue two of the richest communities in the state tho militia have been ordered out to protect private pro- Â¬ perty We submit that the roads that all roads should be free aud yet these toll roads have been of such vast bent fit to the farms and towns through which they run that the lawless protest against them Is inexplicable 1 Â¬ Â¬ DR DAVIS ilhWJG Mm THE IN ACTION ABSOLUTELY GUAR NTEEDTOCUREALL FORMS OF 3jEy5AK0 nlf MM HlDNEyTAEEIS Ante HOI tW r Z vy tut lllb fflDNFyMVER DISEASES rORSAlEBTAaWlUGGISTSw SENT ON RECEIPT rHE ME iwn I n REMEDY dncxs Liver a0 aaa fpn 1W 1e rmu iu GIVE SATISFACTION TaVfflfY llM nevcTv llll or price SEND FOR FREE BOOKLET JUfc CltoSOOl tjAxvro f TalE gr idiwcdavis i I Ar IND INDIANAPOLIS H C BRUNER SON PMuee Cofflmiloii MerelaotS 3 94- - m J The oldest and best produce house in Louisville Prompt to remit and return empties We solicit tho shipments of all country Merchants 327 Second Street LOUISVILLE KY Do not allow dealers to sell you some Â¬ thing just as good as Putnam Fadeless Dyes There is no such a thing on the market Insist on having Putnam Fade Sold by W E Blown Irvington Dyes Sold Fur Cash Telephone Hopklnsvllle Ky Feb 25 A com Â¬ bine of Christian county farmers sold to a milling company here 35000 bush- Â¬ els of wheat for 35000 cash This practically closes out tho wheat crop of the county Used Coat Oil Mown t6 Fleres Shelbyvllle Ind Feb 28 John D Thlbo 65 a prosperous and Well known farmer residing a few miles east of this city was blown all to pieces while en Â¬ gaged In blasting rocks on his farm the dynamite he was using premature- Â¬ ly exploding Nine Ills Centuries A stranger Indianapolis Feb 28 was found ou tho streets drunk and dangerous heavily armed and after being corraled by tho police nine J 100 bills were found In his possession be Seven of the sldea smaller change bills are brand now silver certificates Collided With Train Chicago Feb 28 A bus filled with pleasure seckcrB was struck by a Grand Five of tho Trunk passenger train number were killed and none of tho occupants of the vehicle escaped with- Â¬ out Injury nbout 20 being badly hurt Catlcttsburg Ky Feb 26 Caroline Dames colored while lighting a fire with coal oil was fatally burned Â¬ berlains Cough Remedy Â¬ It is or should be the highest aim of every merchant to pleae his customer and that Uih wide awake drug firm of Meyers Eshleman Sterling Il is do- Â¬ ing so is proven by tho following from In my sixteen years Mr Eshleman experience iu the drug business I have never seen or sold or tried a medicine that gave as good satisfaction as Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Sold by A R Fisher Clover- Â¬ port R A Shellman Stephensport Â¬ New York Beef Family 110 OMU1 00 extra mess 0O38 SO packed 9 OOiilO SO Cut meats Pickled bellies ftilOMic pickled shoulders pickled bams 7Q8a Lard Western 5 SS lork Old mess 110 73j steam 4c 11 O0 err Wil lc do factory UQlsc Cheese SyMWH small OftOMc -- State lare part skims iUVfii full skims 23c Eggs State and fresh lSttc Itjre Butter Western dalrjr 12320c cream 25 Tracys bill amending the code regarding evidence was signed by the governor and Is therefore the first measuro of the ses Â¬ sion to become a law First to Tlecome a Law Frankfort Ky Feb Pennsylvania Corn 10o western Wbet 1 OC4 30J4c Outs 31c 68c Cattle Choice ft 4 80 tidy butchers 34 33 common S3 Q4 40 bulls stags fresh cows 12040 4 20 llttsburir Kentucky Nomination Confirmed Washington Feb 23 The senate confirmed the nomination of Reuben D Hill to be United 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