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THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL VOL XXII THEX NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT NO 34 Is always found In thoso who havo occu pied the highest olllcu In tho nation What to do with ex prosldunts therefore appears to bo largely a matter ot temperament When they havo tho fortunate tempera ment of General Harrison they take caro of thoinsclvos Waltkk Wklluan CONGRESSIONAL SUMMARY CLOVERPOKT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 9 1898 can McCHORD etca quite war like Intenor Cuba the number of soldiers Kentucky muter in casi of war etc etc all BILL A Cherished Idol Ruthlessly Shattered by Â¬ Senator Jolly LEGISLATIVE ACTION HAMPERED Hpeaklrgnf the disaster and little elso has been spi kea of here in Idle hours rtcenlly t heard an old soldier say that he was quietly enrolling the names of live thousand picked men from the old Commonwealth who are to offer their valuable services lothe President If need Â¬ ed for the forecasted war with Spain This old man showed me the nams of two hundred and forty men and they were the kind who fear neither man nor devil They wonld make it so uncom Â¬ fortably oppressive for the Spanish and all the other mongrel eons of the Foreign Queen that there would bo a stampede before the discbarge of the second volley They would provo great soldiers and are In deadly earnest il The passage of the Bronston prison commission bill over the Governors vo- By Party Bickerings And The to by both Houses has precipitated a scramble for the three commissioner ships Exercise of the Veto Power created and the candidates for the place are getting down to a regular swift and by the Governor There are fifteen an- Â¬ furious speed nounced candidates who would like to fall heir to these well paying sinecures A Spicy Budget of Ciossip From Our and ever so many others not announced who are just as anxious to serve the Special Correspondent at the state iu this capacity The candidates State Capital conceded to be formidable are J M Richardson Glaf gow Henry George of Graves county T M Gtoodnight Frank- Â¬ Frankfort Ky March 7 Ruprcsen lin Wm Cromwell and J E Miles latlve Haswell has fought with increas Frankfort II B Ware and W E Moor li g arJor the Bronstou prison bill but uouruon county J u uewitt Louis all to no i fleet and he paw the work he ville Wm Perry Lexington and Green had stacked up knocked Into smithereens Swaugo Wolfe county by tliu utifeilir g majority All the Tho Goebel election bill will be reBrtckenridgo Representatives points turned from the Governor Thursday wero ruled out of order and the young with a vigorous veto measage accompany Â¬ niau left btanding alone on tho small bit ing it Gov Bradley has already begun of minority ground he has occupied all along Senator Jolly took a strong stand this arduous labor and the document will voluminoup in size He will hold the against the passage of the MeCliord be bill unconstitutional and point out other freight rate bill aud work i qually aa 1 ard fur the defeat of the BrouBtou prison matt rial defects The opposition says it bill Ho has more to show for his efforts has the promise of ten Democratic votes thun Mr Harwell for Mr Jolly did in the Senate against the election mea succeed in scotching the McOhord bill sure and that this with the 11 Repubwhich died in the Senate It was a hard lican yot s will be cullident to lay theilly blow to the opes of Senator McCbord timed hill on the cooling board The of when his pet bill was sent to grass on lino action has been mapped out by both sides and it is to be a battle royal account ot the failure of his party to rally to its support after it had Buffered over the pasff ge of the bill over the veto against it will try to stay action the deadly blight of the veto and he The men hardly be blamed for feelli g that while the friends of the Goebel act say cud prospects are very roseate and that n cherished idol had been smashed to its no other bill will be considered while it atoms when hi the last stages of success hangs in the balance ful completion Â¬ 1 Â¬ approve the presidents action in the dispatch brought to my attention I do not think the Spanish government will Insist upon Lees recall nor do I think It will refuse a bounty to those poor starving creatures the rcconcentrados though it may bo dished out to them with a mailed hand We tho south Spaniards Not Satisfied With General ofLeo and his aro very proud of A Secret of High Life in Wash- Â¬ conduct In Cuba It nly proves what we have always The Consul General ington City known about him that he is a brave patriotic man fearless to do his duty under all circumstances The recall of PRESIDENT McKINLEY IS General Lee in my opinion was in BANQUETS DO DOUBLE DUTY deference to the mob sentiment in Mad Â¬ rid After nil the forebearanco wo have in makingour country a Senator Waiting to Consult His shown Spainsupplies she Without White to Retire From Public base for her tnrns upon us and mokes everything dono by us Into Life For Financial Cabinet He Says an act of enmity After a while wo Reasons will be sufficiently informed aa to tho So Intentions of tho Spanish government toward us to meet them half way WANT LEE LIVE ON THE a rone war ot power nono ot tnat unrest which nccordlng to tho popular tradition Â¬ Royal make the toed part wholtsome and dtllcloa RECALLED LEAVINGS Â¬ In the Senate Washington March 1 Committee report against seating Mr Corbett as senator from Oregon was adopted Washington March 2 Bill intro- Â¬ duced to regulate the Issue of circulat- Â¬ ing notes by state banks of deposit and discount The bill relieves such notes from the tax imposed by section 3112 of tho Revised Statutes Washington March 3 Spirited de- Â¬ bate on Alaskan homestead and rail- Â¬ y way bill right-of-wa- w AKIH0 POWDER Absolutely Pure DOTAL MKINO FOWOC CO KIW TOM Gomex Will Help America HE HAS TAKEN- - A FIRM STAND War Talk Is About all One Hears Since Regarded as Settled Havana March 4 General Maximo has sent a messenger to the United States government with full data of the insurgent army and offer- Â¬ ing to co operate with the American fleet In case ot war with Spain He also offers to relinquish his command to any American general who may bo sent from Washington Gomez EX PRESIDENT SOLVES AN OLD PROBLEM That Spaniards Destroyed the Maine In Havana Harbor 9 The veto power and the internicine bickerings which have beset the DemoÂ¬ cratic uiaj irlty are the conditions to blaino for the poor show g the two branches v ill make on actual legislation passed or enacted It can be said with truth that but one really impoitant bill in which the entire state is Interested is now a law and that Is the BroLston prison bill It went through over the veto aud its patronage will be en tyed by Democrats But there is not much showjjf uilhur pf the other really large measures becoming laws It is to be regretted that tho majority didnt keep up the harmonious proceedings which marked its Legiuniug This ought to provo the busiest week in the hibtory ot the present law making body Tliqre is work and all kinds of it to be doue before the assembly can ad journ But be it said to the credit of the membeis ttiey are shotting a willit g- n ess to clear the calendars fur tius actiuii ou all ui fluUhed business lit allies the afternoon si salons nfgnt meetings will doubtless he hi 1 1 after the caucus of Thursday night to name the time prison commissioners Tho lush of passing bills at the close of the bodys stay is unusual on the account of the number of bills that have been held back up to this time Â¬ A Queer Accident Emlson Ind March 4 Joseph Wlt tenmeyer oldest son of Albert Wltten meyer a prominent Democratic politi- Â¬ cian of this place In an effort to ariso throw his head In a backward position dislocating his neck but It was re-Â¬ stored to position by pressure which was followed by a severe chill and con- Â¬ siderable swelling of tho neck Indiana Pottmaaters Washington March 4 Indiana post masters were appointed as follows Boxley Hamilton county Mrs Etta Wright vico Mrs M E Mitchell re- Â¬ moved Lewlsvllle Henry county Lu- Â¬ ther F Symons vice Charles C Brown Midway Spencer county removed Henry L Meyers vlco Simmons W Gwaltney removed Tho officers who art jiitt nowenj oDK tho gnz rg ou the political tlMi around the state prison do not expect to quiet Â¬ ly step down and out without making a concerted t flurt to prevent such usurps tion The officials elected for tliu life of tiie present state Administration have employed Ju gi YV li Holt to test the consti utioualny of the Bronston prison bill in court If it will not stand the rigid ecru iny of the law it must be placed on the shelf but its fraruer and indorBer fays it is as sound aa the silver dollar h swears by -- piio needy t go far In this town to find duller the woll developed Cuban Jingo or the cit z n under the spell of conver- Â¬ sion who Ieliev8tlie blasted Spanish blew that battle ship up confound em Its a perfect babel of talk on tho result of the Havana investigation which greets ones cars each evenlngnfier the sessions iu tho two ilous s The bottom of the sen is strewn with which stunned the people of the nation In dispatcloi from Havana Inst Wednes Â¬ day morning two weeks ago A naval dlssser almost without precedent in pn poHloiM has confounded the wlsdooi of f Xpert while it has not restrained the unwis from babbling their conjectures many of which were hurtful to The i ouutry has bora itself bravely but It will not beroiteat till the sea shall not only have glvt up its dead but the 4 which caus thwr awfH laWr uMmt With this fttelinK tipperaost pur poopfe ar not to W baeaad for taking mom than panning InWreet Is the great nWraUMl horror nor th Hoos oeMOMd lor pawlne Jingoistic nsoJuUoM calling for Um fresidow ol m6teiie many of them traglo indeed but rarely lias there been a catastrophe si dire or a mystery so deep es that orcie Swallowed Laudanum Miss May Rushvllle Ind March WHAT STATESMEN SAY Bennett of this city swallowed an over- Â¬ dose of laudanum intending to commit They Stand t y the President Iu Refilling Spain Demand sulcldo because her betrothed Charles Washington March 7 Speaking of Sly to whom she would have been shortly united has left to Join the reg- Â¬ Spains demand for General Lees re- Â¬ ular army Sly was a bartender Ho call and that supplies be sent to Cuba in merchant vessels instead of in war- Â¬ came here 10 years ago from Woos ships and the speedy and positive re ter 0 fusal ot the United States government Indiana Volunteer Davis chairman ot tho foreign Brookvllle Ind March 5 William Senator relations committee said Wlnans has opened a recruiting office is a circumstance which added for a company of volunteers Soventy to It the present strained conditions nine names were enrolled in three makes things more vexatious I ap- Â¬ days The company will be formally prove the presidents action in overy Â¬ tondered to Governor Mount by Dep- particular uty Revenue Collector Zacharlas In I certainly Senator Pettlgrow said person next Wednesday approve the presidents course in the Officer Elected matter I should Judge tho request to Indianapolis March 4 The Indiana recall our consul general is somewhat Association of Photographers elected unusual and under other circumstances George Halloway of Terro Haute C would be compiled with but tho con- Â¬ W Langdon of Huntington and J K ditions precedent to this caso take it Clarke ot Indianapolis vice president out of tho usual rule and Justified the secre- Â¬ presidents action W O Nicely of Bloomlngton tary Frank M Lacey of Indianapolis I think that In view of the fact it is treasurer conceded the Maine was blown up the president would be Justified In sending 1ropoied Peuilon 6 Representa Â¬ battleships loaded with combustibles Washington March tive Overstreet Introduced a bill to as well It-as food and filled with armedÂ¬ seems to me we can not acincrease the pension ot John M Gar- Â¬ men company E Eleventh In- Â¬ cept any settlement short ot the Inde Â¬ rett late of ot Cuba dian infantry to 572 Representative pendence Cullom said I regard tho Senator Lewis introduced a bill to pension course pursued by the president In an Â¬ William D Sanders at 10 swer to the Spanish government as ltotli Leg Broken right Justified by all the conditions English Ind March 4 Elijah Rob and the American people will Indorse erson 55 had both legs broken by a him In the position he has taken sawlog rolling off a wagon and striking I have believed for some days that him Mr Roberson was one of the we were nearlng a crisis or culmina- Â¬ best known sawmill men la southern tion of troubles from day to day and Indiana and a substantial citizen of It has seemed to me that the Spanish Crawford county government was endeavoring to bring on a conflict between that government Indiana Potmaer Washington March fj Indiana post Â¬ and ours Whether this government desires it masters were appointed as follows or not on this account It would be al- Â¬ Knlraan Jasper county William Han ley vice T 0 Sayres resigned New- Â¬ most forced Into war with Spain I port Vermillion county Mrs Flora do not well understand In view of the Saunders vice D W Saunders dead Interests or manifestation of interest this country has taken in the conflict Drowned In a Ctyera which has been going on between Spain Crown Point Ind March 5 Mrs and the Cubans how a withdrawal ot Frederick Guethschau 50 cowmlttcd any kind could be thought of either Â¬ stede by throwing herself Into a cis from the point of view ot national in Â¬ tern in tho rear ot their home Ne terest or of common humanity cause can bo assigned Cur people do not want war neither does the president but neither the Pettttatt Pram Saymur lad Waohlagtoa March 5 greater TurÂ¬ proaidtnt not the people will submit pi prsat4 a pMtl from J B to any humiliation at the hands of the Spaniard I think It U another step Bllsh sad other Seymour lad eltl forcing an issue be sens urging legislation to prevent on their part into twee that government and our own flour aduUerationa I heartily said Beoator Uorn - Washington March 7 Senor Gullon Spanish minister ot foreign affairs notified United States Minister Wood- Â¬ ford that the Spanish government de- Â¬ sired General Leo recalled from Ha- Â¬ vana and thut supplies should be sent to Cuba In merchant vessels instead of warships The United States govern- Â¬ ment flatly refused In each instance and the state department has author- Â¬ ized the following statement The president will not consider tho recall of General Lee Ho has borno himself throughout this crisis with Judgment fidelity and courage to the presidents entire satisfaction As to tho supplies for tho relief of tho Cuban people all arrangements have been made to carry a consign- Â¬ ment this week from Key West by ono of the naval vessels whichever may be adapted and most available for tho purpose to Mantazas and Sngua The request for General Lees recall was made at least a week or two ago and the Spanish government after re- Â¬ ceiving tho reply of tho state depart- Â¬ ment has not insisted either upon Lees recall or upon its contention that the relief supplies should not be sent to Cuba in naval vessels President McKinley did not wait to consult with his cabinet as is the us- Â¬ ual custom with reference to Spains demand that General Leo be recalled but promptly and firmly replied that such would not be done It Ii Retaliatory Madrid March 7 It Is openly boast Â¬ ed here that Lees recall is demanded because De Lome was compelled to leave Washington It Is generally be- Â¬ lieved that If Leo Is recalled Admiral SIcard and the White squadron will succeed him Attacking General Lee Madrid March 7 For several days the newspapers have been violently at- Â¬ tacking Consul General Fitzhugh Leo and urging tho government to insist upon his recall letter of Sympathy Havana March 4 General Jacinto Hernandez of tho Insurgent army has sent a letter to Captain Slgsbce ex- Â¬ pressing sympathy for the loss of the Maine and a hope that the foul work planned and executed by the hypocrit- Â¬ ical Spaniards shall not remain un- Â¬ punished Spain Ilai Xo Show London March 4 English ship Â¬ builders express the opinion that the Spanish navy could not hold out ono month ngalnst the American fleet They consider tho United States ship Colum- Â¬ bia the greatest war vessel In tho world Two Ton of Dynamite Cincinnati March 3 Two tons ot dynamite were shipped from here to Pensacola Fla The shipping Arm de- Â¬ clines to say whether it was shipped on government account or to prlvato dealers Inqulrle Heine Made Washington March 4 Japan Ger Â¬ many and Sweden have inquired as to tho number ot their subjects lost on the Maine Nearly every nationality was represented In the crew Vlzcaya at Havana Havann March 2 The Spanish crui- Â¬ ser Vlzcaya arrived off Moro castle at C p m after a good voyago from New York - School book March 3 The schoolbook trust has won its right against a bill to cheapen Kentucky text books The senate reported to the house tho Bronston substitute for the Chlnn schoolbook bill The intention ot this substitute was to kill the bill and Its adoption by tho senate was a great victory for tho book companies Situation Uadly Tangled Frankfort Ky Trut Won Frankfort Ky March 3 A major- Â¬ ity of tho Democratic legislators signed petitions for caucuses on the Bronston prison commission bill and the McCord railroad extortion bill It la probable that tho two bills will bo considered in tho sarao Joint caucus Tho impression here is that tho situation is badly tan- Â¬ gled Daly Iurchaiea Ilorte Louisville March 4 Marcus Daly has taken another horse out of the Kentucky Derby and a very formida- Â¬ ble ono Ho has purchased Do Black one of tho best colts In the west last year He has also purchased tho speedy horse Byron McClelland one of the fastest mile horses In the country Fired In Selr Defenae Vnnceburg Ky March 3 Constable Charles Cropper and Postmaster Wil- Â¬ liam Thacher who killed Mrs Mary Crow while attempting to arrest her and her daughters a few weeks ago were dismissed here upon preliminary They proved that they examination had fired in self defense Xaw Agatmt dolil Contract B Tho house of representatives has passed by a party vote an act to prevent the mak Â¬ ing of a contract payablo in gold and making such a contract null and void Frankfort Ky March Charted With Stealings Diamond Covington Ky March 3 Alice White was arrested on a warrant sworn out by Colonel R L Crlgler charging hor with taking bis 2500 diamond Tho woman protests Innocence Preparing- to Celebrate Richmond Ky March 4 The Cen- Â¬ tury club one ot the best known liter- Â¬ ary organizations In central Kontucky is preparing to celebrate Richmonds centennial on July 4 - Sent to the Gorernor 3 The mob law repeal bill was engrossed rend in each house signed by the presiding officers and sent to the governor who will promptly veto It Frankfort Ky March iii Clay Ilumratead Turcliaaed Lexington Ky March 5 Robert T Ford of New York bought Escondlda the Clay homestead In Bourbon coun- Â¬ ty 775 acres for 83000 tho biggest sale for years tl Diii mit Poducah Ky March 7 A four handed duel took place between farm ers residing in Fulton county A law I Joe Lynch was his son Hurt Lynch was cut Wndo Warding was shot and Jantea Morris was stabbed All are seriously injured shot JWiioateYamr Cand rialki BS5o suit was the cause HwWU UCOI a tore u WAsiiikoton March 0 fSpeoInl1 Ono of the ablest and most Intoroatlng niuri In tho senate Mr Whlto ot California has announced his Intention to retire from congrcis and tako up the prnctlco of law Mr Whlto frankly says ho cannot afford to remain in tho senate Ho has a Httlo property but not enough to Insure an easy old age and provision for his family and ho thinks It his duty to give up the honor ot a sonntorlnl career to go at tho task of accumulating an lndepcndonco Senator Whlto Is not tho only man in publla life horo who feels tempted to surrender tho delights of a career in congress or in high oQlco on account of tho income quostlon I could nanio a score of public nion who aro living beyond tholr Incomes who aro making sacrifices of no mean measure in ordor to cater to their ambition It costs monoy to llvo In tho national capital to wear good clothes live in a fino house keeps carriage hlro a number of sorvnnts give dinners and keep up with tho proces Tho salary nion got as sonntor rep sion resentative or as exccutlvo olllcor of tho government does not compensate many of them for their outlay Not long ago I chanced to overhear tho servant of a woll known publlo man ono who hns a famathat extends to every part of tho country and whoso family llvos in such good stylo that no ono would suspoet tho quostlon of how to uiako both ends niout over botborod that household talk Â¬ ing about the affairs of her employers Tho colored woman in her quaint way said Bless yon theys flno folks they is but theys this kind o folks They giro grand dolns ono day ontortalnln tholr friends an de cox day they llvo on do leavlns o do feast Senator White Will De Hlued Living on tho leavings of the spread given for styles sake is not an uncommon thing In many Washington houses Sena tor Whlto is bold enough to mako tho break away from such conditions Ho says ho Is now in his prime If be Is ever going to earn a lot of money at bis profession ho will havo to get at it before he gets old He will bo missed from tho senate whore ho Is a very popular man He has a rollicking humor a way of saying witty and sharp things an awkward habit of asking tho very question a follow doesnt want nak Â¬ ed and then after ha has floored his man be will go around and sit down bosldo him and tell him no barm was meant and that it was all a inert bit of pleasantry Thoro is no bitterness In his sallies and tho men who have suffered most from his caustic wit Uko him best Sonntor Whlto Is really one of tho Intel lectual mon ot tho upper branch Ho is of an aotlvo temperament It is lmiosalblo for him to bo still or idlo Ills busy brain must havo employment every waking mo ment And how do you supposo he rests hlmsolff After a hard day at tho capltol in committoo meeting or on the floor ho goes homor gets his dlnnor plays awlillo with his children and then reads Greek comodlos till midnight or later Ho has a passion for tho wit and humor and Imagination of tho ancients Aristophanes will keep him up till all hours In his library ho keeps a pookcase at hand in which nothing but works in Greek ore stored and they are well thumbed Speaker Rood Is another publlo man who Is exceedingly fond of tho classics and of foreign lan- Â¬ guages Tho speaker loves to read Italian and French romancos and now ho Is tak- Â¬ ing Up Spanish literature Onco in nwhllo bo slips over to the senate chamber and has n quiet Httlo tali with Senator White Observers Imagine politics or foreign ques tions aro on tap but actually Rocd wants White to glvo him tips on Spanish litera ture and perhaps somo information about Mr Whlto is woll up in Spanish idioms On hU Spanish language and literature motbors side ho Is ot Spanish descent Speaking about sitting up till all hours of tho night reminds mo that thoro Is a famous man In Washington who says he has not been to bed before 4 oclock In tho morning for 15 years He is Professor Alexander Graham Bell tho Inventor of Mr Bell Is not compelled thn telephone to sit up so late No tasks demand his un remitting attention But ho lovos to have thosp four or flvo hours of perfect quiet after every ono else Is off to bod for study In his library and for experiments in his laboratory That is what I call waking something of life What to Do With EzPreldenU The old quostlon of what to do with ex- presidents seems to bo pretty well solved In the case ot former President Harrison General Harrison was In Washington not long ago with his family and his frlonds say they havo never soon a moro perfectly contented man nor ono who appeared to enjoy life better The famous Indlanlan Ho Is has seemingly renewed his youth muoh more like a boy than be was when here as senator or later as president Thut austere manner which marked him in Ho has mel thoso years bus disappeared lowed and warmed Into a most delightful friend and companion J met General Harrison at dinner one night and tho subject of bosses and boss Ism came up for discussion I havo never believed in one man rule I in a party said the former president may say with tho utmost frankness that during all tho years in which It was gen- Â¬ erally supposed I was the head ot the Re publican party In my state I never as sumed to dlotate what nominations were to be Modo In state or congressional con ventions All such things I left to the poophi themselves without the slightest st toinpt to dictate or advise en wy part Of course in every state a jw4ltkl party must have a leader but X do not betters Intfce sett of lisdMshra wM rules srihudf aMl vetythiag wblab takes so plfte control ef ail the afairwef Ike mis tees up sod kneeks down asset as VtU aa4 taw vsters t leaves notUs wtwtsv tswlsMalisaaasm Urn ka kaow the tscwat whlsnt well tell so is as kaM as any waa stab HaaWMajrs to kav ojt tkir4 fot Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Washington March 4 Motion to eliminate homestead featuro of the Alaskan bill was defeated Washington March 5 Bill extend Â¬ ing the homestead laws and providing for rights-of-wa- y for railroads In Alas Â¬ ka passed THREATENED TO KILL In the House Washington March 1 Sundry civil Strange Conduct of a Alan Tow- Â¬ appropriation bill passed BUI intro- Â¬ duced to approprlato 20000000 for ard His Wife strengthening the navy Washington March 2 Loud second- class mall matter bill discussed At Night He Would Sit by the Bed Â¬ Washington March 3 Day spent in side of His Frightened Wife debato on tho Loud bill With Knife and Pistol Washington March 4 Loud bill to correct alleged abuses of second class mall matter privilege laid on tho tabic HE IS PROBABLY INSANE Washington March G Pension ap- Â¬ propriation bill and diplomatic and consular appropriation bill passed Martinsville Ind March 7 Mrs McGuffey told her neighbors that her TaducHh Teuple Arouel Paducah Ky March 4 Forty or GO husband had becomo Insane and threat- Â¬ burglaries In this locality lately have ened to kill her and tho children and aroused the people Stringent Idlers that for tho last two nights he had ordinance nnd a curfew law havo been sat by her bed with a large knife tell- Â¬ adopted by the city council and put In ing her that he was going to kill her force A strong vlgllanco committee and then murder the rest ot the fam- Â¬ seized eight negroes and threo whlto ily She wanted tho neighbors to watch men and whipped them all two se- Â¬ verely and forced them to leavo on the house After dark Mr McGuffey was seen parading around tho houso departing trains with a revolver and tho neighbors The Injunction DlMolrrri could see nothing of Mrs McGuffey Cleveland March 2 The Injunction They sent for Marshal Singleton and restraining the TIppecanoo club from he overpowered McGuffey after n des- Â¬ expelling antl Hanna members has perate struggle Mrs McGuffey was been dissolved nnd tho offenders will found In a bedroom very badly scared bo dismissed They Include Mayor He had been threatening to kill her McKIsson Senator Burko nnd Repre- Â¬ again The family recently moved sentatives Mason and Bramley here from some point In Kentucky McGuffey Is a teamster but has been Nine Person Drowned Key West March 4 Tho schooner out of work most of the time and It Speedwell Captain Collier from Marco Is thought became Insane from worry Fla for Key West was struck by n SURPLUS OF MONEY squall while oft Marquesas 18 miles Loan Aiioclatloui Are Not Earning aa from here and capsized Nino persons Much as Formerly wero drowned Among tho victims Indianapolis March 5 The annual wero threo children of Captain Collier convention of tho Indiana Savings and Loan league which represents 1C0 Itraxll New President Rio de Janeiro Brazil March 3 Se- Â¬ building and loan associations in the nor Campossales has been elected pres Â¬ state and has a membership of some ident and Senor Rosasllvo has been 13000 persons began with a large at- Â¬ elected vlco president of Brazil by a tendance largo majority Tho opposition In Rio This Is tho first meeting since the passage of the new law controlling de Janeiro abstained from voting such associations and the members ot There was no disorder the league wero unanimous in the sen- Â¬ Not Oallty Hushes timent that It has caused many Hez Cross Plains Ind March 2 changes In tho business methods al- Â¬ Hughes charged by Governor Mount though It was working to tho advan Â¬ with being the leader ot tho rrfOb which tage both of tho associations and tho lynched five outlaws at Versailles was borrowers declared not guilty by Justice Craig Thero was general complaint of a before whom the preliminary trial was surplus of money and nearly all ot the held associations reported that Interest Is WAYLAID BY STUDENTS lower than at any time tor many years Rivalry Itetween Two Colleges May Lead and that the earnings of the associa- Â¬ tions aro consequently much smaller tn Uupleaiantneu Richmond Ind March 4 The stu- Â¬ than at any time In their history As a result of these conditions some dents of Earlhnm college have created associations havo passed into tho another sensation Ray Stratton a student ot Depauw hands of receivers and others havo Greencastle Ind came here attended gone Into voluntary liquidation the Karlham debato and took notes on Kit With Each Hook all speeches His purpose was to fur- Â¬ Fulton Ky March 7 Miss Beatrice nish material for the Depauw debating Cunningham who halls from Cadiz team which meets Earlhnm on April Ky has created a sensation by a novel 14 It developed that while Stratton method ot selling a book she has writ Â¬ wns returning to this city from the ten and published called Pink Root college late In the night tho Eorlham She proposes to give a Blossoms students waylaid htm and took from kiss with each book sold A real estato him all notes of tho debate Stratton agent took four copies on theso con- Â¬ was unable to resist The affair is ditions and received four kisses The liable to give rise to unpleasantness Aa sale was made on Main street between the two colleges Miss Cunningham Is pretty Pink Root Blossoms is tn demand Charge to Grand Jury Wabash Ind March 4 The Stand Advance Will lie Granted Spear ot tho United States circuit Louisville March 4 General Man Â¬ court In chnrglng the grand Jury at ager Metcalfo of tho Loulsvlllo and the opening of the torm denounced as Nashville rallroau met a committee ap- disgraceful the recont court scenes In pointed by the conductors engineers when Zola was berated and and firemen of that system who asked France Insulted by a mob In tho presenco of for a restoration of the 10 per cent cut the Jury which was trying him Judge In their wages made in 1893 General Spear said such a thing would be Im Â¬ Mannger Metcalfe told the members of possible In tho courts ot tho United the committee that their request would States be complted with in the courso of a few months at most Dangerous Ittiulti of a Ilurn Shelbyvtllo Ind March 4 Several Taken For a Detective days ago William Wlnton engaged In Versailles Ind March 7 A man a wrestling match with a friend who named Sweetland claiming to be an was smoking a cfgar which in some agent for a portable pantry came very manner burned Wlntnn on the chin near being bounced from Versailles A Nothing was thought of the matter at story was started that ho was one ot tho tlmo and nothing done for the Governor Mounts detectives Hewaa burn which has now developed Into Anally given tlmo to prove his identity blood poison and there are no hopes and did bo satisfactorily of Wlntons recovery Killing Was Accidental Bank Reorganised Columbus Ind March 3 Coroner Greenfield Ind March 4 Tho Citi Â¬ Coffey has returned a finding to the ef Â¬ zens bank of this city was reorganized fect that the death of Mrs William wth a capital stock ot 50000 James Knight who was shot and killed wall R Boyd was elected aa president O scuffling with her husband for the pos Â¬ C Cooper cashier and W B Bottsford session ot a shotgun was accidental assistant cashier The roorganisatloa The grand Jury however is lavesUgat was occasioned by the death of Philan Â¬ lag the case der H Boyd who had bees preoldeat CtiHd Btiraed to Deatli atace tb VaaVa orgaaitatloe ia 1874 Loamaapert tads March 7 The sea of Fraak Potter of Ha1 Stt4FB4aMata iC aUsvgto W Ya Marek I Tba CeaUr thja aouayiWrin Um tanaay Orakaaa at Oraaaaa Ya has ray ahsmas of iU mother bfm Hay Â¬ ing about th etoYf and lU bota bttrmad I oas 9MW Tho child etytjrht ir Hit Ohm burMd that It dl4 anjh great agony rt j Jar Bii SgtSWtXlSj ttK wtjsvfj m Breckenridce News ff Jas fc HARDIN8BURG L H BRANDENBURG Mrs Dr Pusey is in Louisville for a few days GU8TON 8 S11ci Editor i ud FnprUtri ft W TIME TAKE HIT arc Hardlnibnrg OOIHQ WEDNESDAY MARCH 0 1W8 Pinr Dllj day TiJT m SIX PAGES A bill Iim pawed the Legislature which abollsht s the land bfllc oiao PaiMDtfir Dally arr UardlniborjUi55 pm WMT R N Miller went to Frankfort yester Call on us for i Â¬ b printing and adver- Â¬ tising Tb evidence continues to pile up that C Royalty and wife spent last Sunday the Maine was destroyed by an x plo- Â¬ at West View sion from the outside Mr McAvitt made a flying trip to Irv President Hes got lngton last Sunday All honor to our Out of office but not out of a job the old ship of state In his hands Plenty business coming in and is equal to any emergency Several car ioadi of corn liftvo been The members ol Congress irrespective shipped here since Christmas of party affiliations are ready to back the Joe Matthews of West View came in Ireeident in the event of war Monday to enter the B N college We want to sell at private Bale the What we said about sticep last fall as McCrea property in lower Oloverport much fun as was made of us Is proving Misses Marion and Louise Babbage of true this spring Sheep are worth just Cloverport have been visiting here a few double what they were six months ago da s Dr Milton Board has returned from A proposition made here last Monday Louisville and open d an oflicj out at to consolidate two of our largest brick There is Kirk concerns has a significance Qmt rly Couit will convene next evidently buslni sa at the end of it Monday Judge Aht reports a pretty full docket Thk Kentucky Populists will hold n Mrs Walter Campbell of Huntington convention in Louisville in March to reorganizi their party and protest W Va Is heie visith g her mother Mrs against any more fusion with crat DemoÂ¬ B Bowmr Mrs Mary Collins who has ben visit Â¬ ing Mrs Dillon returned to her home This country is not hnnkerlng for a in Cannelton lud last week fight but by jingo it we do weve got G us Brown was here a few days last the ships weve got the money and we week Wo understand that he will not are able to clean up most any country move his family for some time that tackles us Walter Clark left lost Wednesday for the Klondike Ho will join a party in The Prison bill has passed the Legisla- Â¬ Dakota and begin the trip from there ture and those Republicans who are It Is reported that two gentlemen will holding their placsat the penitentiartles ha here fiom Hawesvillo this week to by appointment by the Governor will open a butcher shfp at Johnsons cor likely soon be rolieved of their jnb ner Wk calf the attention of our readers to the address of ex President Harrison appearing in our supplement which deals with a subject in which we are all interested He handles it well and It will pay you to read it Harpers Weekly a Republican organ sizes Mark Hanna up after this fashion He is a very ordinary and very vulgar politician of the richest kind who has more faith in money than In discussion in cupidity than conscience The last few days have been favora bio to the farmer and for pitching his They are crop in these surrounding making the beet of it too All the farmer needs this year for big crops is a favorable season He can and will do the work Â¬ IF mmottW at ham As to a war with Spain the Washing ton Post speaks thus patriotically of Let us stand by the Pre Uncle Sam Let us uphold the dignity and sident honor of our fhg Let us keep this nation in the noble path in which the fathers guided her the standard bearer of a high and pure and splendid civiliza- Â¬ tion Â¬ V vM ioJf f Is i IV A resolution was introduced in Con gress last Monday asking an appropriation of fity million dollars for war expenses This looks very much like tfiere might be something in the war tilk The United States at least is mak ing the necetsiry preparation in view of such an event Spain it Is certain anti- Â¬ cipates war with us for they too have bfeen purchasing war ships Just where tile first out break may occur that will precipitate active hostilities Is not known Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ There were at least a hundred head of horses and mules in Brandenburg last Monday for sale The town was alive with farmers eager to sell but could find no purchasers The trouble with our horses is that they are not Cist clas up to the standard such as the eastern trade demands Good saddle and har ness horses are in demand and bring fancy prices but there are very few of Farmers that kind in our country must improve their horses if they wish to compete in the markets and obtain good prices Â¬ Rosco Eskrldge was here a few days last week from Ekron Mr Eskridgj re- Â¬ ports that he is doing a very good business there Over one thousands copies of tho illus totted edition of the Newj will be dis- Â¬ tributed at this place It will be a twelve page edition J R Johnson has moved his family from the brick corner where he has lived for thirty years to the Jones prop- Â¬ erty near the Catholic church W J Mattlngly the photographer has taken several views about the town to be used in the big edition The court bouse jail college and several residences will appear 0 E Haswril of tho Arm of B F Co ia in Cincinnati this week Beard buying their spring stock Mr Has well reports considerable increase in business since January 1 Prof J H Logan and wife went to Cloverport last Friday Mr Login re Â¬ turned Saturday and bis wife and son Willard went to Grandview lud where they will remain visiting this week If you desire any photographs now Is I shall keep the time to secure them my gallery here a few weeks longer I And this necessary in order toget through with the nork on hand Come at once W J Mattingly Taylor and Wallace Babbage handle the Evening Po t and Evan Royalty the Evening Tunes at this place The papers arrive on the morning train and find a quick sale The Port is delivered to subscribers at G and the Times at 10 cent per week There being such a demand here for wire for slat and wire fencing we have ordered a car load of wire from Pittsburg We will have both for this purpose plain and the gitvauizid wire Â¬ Â¬ B F BiardCo was saved from total destruction by fire last Sunday by have ing a simple and easily constructed sys Â¬ tem of waterworks which a few enter Â¬ Brandenburg it bJp VondK ears ed teffij IcojoEj r prising citizens construted there some years ago But for these works the whole town would now be in ashes and thousands of dollars worth of property destroyed and many homeless people TJuii town will wake up some morning to find itself a pray to the flro fleud when it ia everlastingly too late Something must be done and ought to be done and done quickly A system of waterworks can be built here for50tK or 0000 that will save the town in the case of one fire more than the amount invested in the plant Will our citizens not wake up to their duty Lucas County Frank J Cheney makes oath that he la the senior partner of the Arm of F J Cheney Co doing business in the City ol Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Halls Catarrh FRANK J CHENEY Cum Sworn to before me and subscribed in say presence this Clb day of December A D 1880 and fjmjt Vbenjg yI State or Ohio Citv or Toledo The memorial service held at the M E church South last Sunday by the ladles Homo Missionary society was Rev S K Breed very well attended ing presided over the meeting and a few papers were read by the lady members The collection amounted to about 5 00 In twenty years ve have not seen a suit in this court for breach of promise of marriage Yet the law is still in force which reads If a man of full ag t binds himself to marry a woman by a day named he is rt sponsible for the non peiformanceof his covenant in an action for damages Captain Elijah Miller and Mrs Jane Hook were married last Thursday at the brides residence out in the colored set tlement The captain is one of the lead Â¬ ing citizens in that locality He fol lowed Uncle Sam through the late un pleasantneta and while on the shady side of sixty is well provided for with a good stiff penson Marion O Ham Ltncensed to marry bloton to Evie Hawkins Pdyton Esk Â¬ rldge to Pearl Hawkins Daniel Dick to Amelia B Tinius Cbas M Hamman to Annis P Gibson F irest Alexander to Alice Meador Ollie Beatly to Z timer Asking Oval Bennett to O A Sipes George Dooley to Mary Lee Roberts Ed S Danis to Eln E Aldrldge Â¬ Â¬ A Card experience in the 0bjef med aful Twenty years ttf irler wca B W f wltjft Master Commissioners office has given me a clear Insight Into the manner mortgag s Hens of settling estates for purchase money and many other questions of a civil character My observation and experience in all of 1 -- these matters has been that in them the ort rS most watchful and painstaking Investi- Â¬ I andB gation is necessary for the succees of cansjL litigants I deeire to give my entire wotK time to the practice of law I will spend for A WGLEASON VerA two days In Oloverport each week Tues Notary Public day and Wednesday whore I will have an office in the News building All Halls Catarrh Care Is taken internally matters Intrusted to me will receive care Ht ft ffVMOP b aats directly oh the blood and mu ful and prompt attention UW sjurfaaM of the system Send for YG Babbage if - Â¬ ml Â¬ i j V UENEY A CO T1o0 NYRUP OURKS OR PEPSIN STIPATIOHI 1 WCLL8 I Miss MuuJ Wholan of Andyvllle Is visiting her sister Mrs C h Lewis Mlsi Pearle Wimp has returned from Miss Helen Tyler Pollock will teach Loulsyllle the spring term of school at this place 0 G Voremen is still at Shawnettown Mrs Havdou Miles formerly of this attending to his whatf boat place Is sick with typhoid fever at her Mrs Jefl Leo of Bullitt conuty is at liouie noar Buck Grove Mrs W H Goughs quite sick Mimes Jennie Hardin Lillian Mc BtrtMoremen is hero f om Shawnee Glothlan and Ellen Muuftrd spent tho dty with Miss Eva Cirrlgin last Ihurs town to see his wife and family Mrs P G Yjuug and Miss Fannlo diy Mr Thomas Hardaway near Bewloy Ditto have returned from Louisville vllle has two ewes with flx Inmbe all Miss Jimmte Lo Woolfolk spent Snn day with her sister Mrs George Fry doing well What sheep raiser can beat that 7 mire Mr Will Basknt purchased 27 head ol Henry Novitt is at home from the Louisville Medical College suffering nlco ewes of Mr 7 T Stlth of near Bow leyville The prlco wrs close to 5 60 with his eyes Miss Lena Drury showed gnat courage per head and fortitude at the fire and rendered I have for sile one thorough bred Apply valuable assistance Duroc Jersoy red hog male Dr J R Dowden has recovered from to correspondent of Breckbnridub News an attack of la grippe and will get his Gus ton Ivy family oil this week for Rrbree Miss Helen Tyler Polock accompanied Bro Heeson delivered a plain practi- Â¬ Misa Annio OBryan home and they cal sermon last 8uuday calculated to do were the guests at the Conway mansion much good just at this season Fruit IMdgo last Monday The protracted services are In pro- Â¬ I notice that the wonderful creamery gress at the Methodist church under Irvlngton has been sold agiiln Wonder Bro Hesson and Bro Stubblellild if tho present owner wouldnt like to ex Â¬ Misses Aut and Tennle Hamilton and change it now for some Meado county Mary Taylor entertained a number of gas stock and then burn the gas stcck friends very pleasantly last Friday night Mr Smith the brick and lumber man Mrs Tempe Simmons is gaining fl sh Â¬ and strengh rapidly Mr Simmons has of West Point was in town Friday try ing to sell Charley Anderson his bill of la grippe which is quite prevalent just lumber to build that nice two sory now Who is the Roaster of the Meade dwelllrgthat Charley will build right News We hear this on all sides He away Some citizens from our vicinity took makes gracious apologies whoever he stock to Irvirgon last Saturday to the may be C M Nevitt lias been appointed sten- Â¬ miscellaneous sale they have there but ographer of this Judicial District Judge returned with their stock unsold It McBeath reorgnlz d Charlies ability looks like it takes some people a long time to catch on and we are glad Little Ralph Ditto son of Mr and Mrs Mr Seth Richardson who moved from Frank Ditto is very ill of brain trouble here to R lanoke county Va about three Ralph is a bright handsome little fellow years ago returned with his new wife and we trust be may soon be better Meade county where he last week Dont you forget some folks are as true intends making his future homo He Is as gold tried in the furnace and come still in the photographers business out bright and pure not a speck of alloy Mr George Wiles was in town the We all know them Who is our neigh Â¬ other day prospecting a telephone line We all know bor from this place to Stephensport It W D Ashcraft hopes a number from seems that every body has the phone this and adj lining counties will be able mania at present Every private house to attend the Commencement on Satur- Â¬ in Guston is having one put in and they day night Mrs D M Duncan and Miss have lots of fun at each others expense Mary Taylor are assisting us in the proMrJSam Carden who lives up on Sink Â¬ gram and we have a very satisfactory ing creek four miles west of Irvington one is visiting his son Ansel Carden near G ue ton has most royally remembered this place Mr Carden is 80 years of ago the Luclle Orphans Home a most ele- Â¬ and makes frequent calls on horse back gant contribution has been received to his children who live down In Ohio Mrs R M Jolly has sent a bounteous county near tho Falls of Rough a dr donation she is a great friend to the tance of over 50 miles Home David Henry Jr was in our town last Several of our prominent citizens say week and bought a telephone privilege that an adjuster should be summoned to from Mr NefT who owns the line from see the noble fine work done by the here to Garfield via Irvlngton 3 00 hose in the hands of the firemen hut the amount Mr Henry paid entitles him Sunday morning Insurance rate would to talk over the line whenever and surely be decreased wherever he pleases 750 purchases a Last Sunday was sq springy that we private box In your dwelling office or did not have to refer to a calendar to be store and you way then talk at your convinced that winter had fbwn A pleasure fine day to discard wraps A fine day Mrs CI as II Drury of near Bewley to don a pretty one if you had it Such ville received a telegram last week in an accomodating season forming her of the death of her sister I am sorry to see V G Babbage has who resided in Florida Mrs Drury lost his office but as it came about from went to her former homo at Carrolton To the Ky whero her sisters remains will be politics I cannot be surprised I am glad to carried for interrment Mrs Drury has victor belong the spoils know our Meade county raau Gus the sympathy of her many friends and Brown bad the mantlo to fall upon his acquaintances here in Meade and Breck shoulders enridge counties Miss Ellen Munford will sing at the Mr John A Hardesty proprietor of Meade County Commencement next the Norrls House Lebanon Ky visited Saturday night with Miss Maude Adkls Mr Henry B Livers last week Mr Miss Ellen will Hardesty accompanied his coubId Mr Ron as accompanist eing Holy City for one selection We Hocker to Mooleyville to be treated are only too glad to see this talented for cancer by Dr Mitchell of that place young lady sing for us We do not often While there Mr Hocker died of heart have such a treat trouble that was caused from taking Mr and Mrs Taylor Haynes have chloroform that was administered to him to tho country while Wash in Louisville while undergoing a surg moved Rhodes has taken the house vacated by cal operation Mr Hookers remains them Dr Dowden r family will leave were shipped home last Thursday for in this week for Sebree and Dr Burchs terrment family Puynesvillp will take his house Alter years of untold suffering from known as the Dr Ditto home pllep B W Pursell of Knltnersvllle Pa A man by the name of Marston pur- Â¬ was cured by using a single box of De porting to be a Baptiet minister lectur Witts Witch Hazel Salye Skin diseases I here a few weeks ago on Palestine e such as ecz ma rash pimples and ob- Â¬ He professed to have been lecturing and stinate son s are readily cured by this dividing proceeds with the church Dr famous remedy Short Haynes Dowden called my attention to an arti- Â¬ cle in the Recorder signed by two Bap PAYNESVILLE tist preachers in Indiana stating Mr Marston was not honest in his promises March came in like a lion and wondering why churches did not The Singer sewlrg machine man was require references or credentials utter in town lest week strangers Lee Whelan and Joo Clark leave for At 2 oclock Sunday morning fire was Missouri and Indian Territory Sunday discovered in the third story of the St W If Rhodes and wife Brandenburg Cloud Hotel It was well under head wero the guests of Mrs Katia Burch way when the alarm was given and the Wednesday fl unes were bursting through the roof in Misi Helen PoMoov Guston came several places entire destruction seemed home with Miss nnie OBryan Sunday inevitable but the flro brigade with the and remained until Monday hose soon reached the scene and it was The scribe had the pleasure of meet almost a miracle to say the fire was ex Â¬ ng the good poplu of Guston at tho tinguished and the building saved by Teachers Asoclatlon the 20 ih ilio most the work of heroic men and boys Had pleaaut acquaintance found being with it not been for the hose and prompt and our kind editor efficient work the whole street would Mr George Nllea achool closed Satur- Â¬ have gone as it ia the St Cloud so re- Â¬ day night vtilh an entertainment he cently papered and painted ia fearfully baa taught a Hiccesfcful term here he is injured by fire and as much by the floods thinking of entering tho law school at or water The furniture and carpets Valparaiso Ind were of course injured and destroyed Will Arnold came homo Tuesday hla How the fire originated is not postiveiy school being out at Wolf Creek He has I ut known I have only heard rumors secured the lucrative position of clerk nothing authentic Mr Frakea lost his for the new Andyvile firm Smith livery stable and most of Ita contents Greenwell and it is entirely safa to pre- Â¬ about two years agi There was no dict the erection of a beautiful czy cot Â¬ insurance so the loea falls heavy on him tage in the very near future but he will repair Immediately A great Circumstances call me away from my dual of sympathy Is extended home for quite awhile and it is with re gret that I bid adieu to the pleasant col Â¬ umns of the Nkwb I have been treated nJH mercifully and courteously by he editor and I must praise particularly the talent Are features peculiar to noofa nil teaHIa of the young lady compoaltots for intir sire tiKteteM efficient thorouau A one naa pretlng my badly written letters and 1 hope to soon form the friendship of Bush the poet fori admire hla power of ora Â¬ tory Dont annoy others by your cowghlBg said i You never know mi and risk your life by neglecting a cold have taken arIU tin Itl oil On Minute Cough Cure cut aoogba over ate a I Hoo4 Co ooJdn croup grippe and all throat and lroprtotafi Lowell Mis Hkott UayMS ssmpwUta land trouble TIm tfy puis to tsk wlUi Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Get More and You Get Less Why ia which tries itself against Ayers as tho stand- Â¬ Why is it that all havo to ard bigger offer extra inducements bottles fancy wrappers cheaper price anything everything but tho oho inducomont of quality it every Baraaparilla to soil itsolf ranges Sarsoparllla has never been equaled by any cheap imitation of it and quality tells just as blood tells It Is lire siaidar I have soldAyers Sarsaparilla for more than twenty fire years and have never heard anything bnt words of praise from my customers not a single complaint has A preparation must ever reached me possess great merit to maintain such a repu Â¬ tation I bolieve your sarsaparilla to be the best blood purifier that has ever boon introduced to the general public I often hear other manufacturers say that this la as good as Ayera but no ono ever yet heard it said that Ayera was as goodas any other kind They always set Ayers up S F as the standard of excellence Boyce Duluth Minn WEBSTER Sunday was a spring day Many come to see land and but few buy Several from hero attended the auction last Saturday J B Gibson went to Sample and re- Â¬ turned Sunday The winter crop of tobacco was per Â¬ haps never surpassed Born to the wife of Thomas McCoy March 5th a ten pound girl A social party at N D Paynes Salur day night was well attended Dick Mays drove a flock of eleven sheep home from the auction Saturday Mr Collins of Louisville was here last Saturday prospecting for land Wo are Informed that Saab Jordan will move back to town this week MIB3 Annie Claycomb visited her sis Â¬ ter Mrs Sam Dugan in Meade county last week Dr S B Adkisson Cloverport came up and returned Sunday on a visit to relatives and friends Mrs Bessie Sklllman of Oloverport came up last week to visit her parents Mr and Mrs J R Mays For the next few months thoro will be preaching at Gliiton Mills the 1st and 3rd Sundays in each month Miss Ella Kurtz having taught a buc cessul term of school in Daviess county Is expected homo this week John Gibson was called to Sample last Saturday to Bee his brother Henry who is reported dangerously ill The Spanish war and Klondike gold fields are strong rivals for supremacy as common topics forcomervation Fred Moorman having staid over his time on a visit to Hardin ciunty his friends fear he has elopod to some gretna New Line of Spring and Summer Goods Now Ready Call and See Them Vest ssimmmTmtmwwmmmmmmmr 1L rcw r ii ill T A I grjer With the approach of warm sunshine and gentle breez s wafting the breath of flprlng the gardener botaketh himself to the garden likewise the old hen It may be depended on that our Uncle Sam will do the right thing at the proper time Cuba will be freed and our nat- Â¬ So ional honor will remain unsullied jurt retain your wire edg for the thick ot the fight Farming has begun iu earnest in this section Oata sowing is the order of the day More farmers are sowing grass and clover seed than uiual and orchard grass has a decided preference Altogether agriculture hai taken on unwanted life STEPHENSPORT Mr J T Hanks went to Louisville last week Mr Allan Rollins is visiting relatives at Ohenault Plenty of timothy hay for Bale at Geo McCubbins Mrs R A Smith has returned home from Hardlnsburg Mr George Basbam of Alton Kan ii visiting relatives James Minor has gone to the Barrens again to look after that farmMr Sott Bell of near Hardlnsburg has rented Mrs Brlnleys farm Mrs McAfee Oloverport is the guest of her husbaud at the Dowell House Mrs It H Bennett LouUvllle is vis iting her paronts Mr and Mrs Sam Gilbert Miss Daisy Watlington and her gran mother were the guests ot Mrs Char Watllngton Thursday Mn Frank O Ferry and sin from Henderson are the guests ot their pa rents Mr and Mis E H Miller Mrs Warden Bandy and daughter Mrs Edward Klsarn villi visit their ais ter and aunt Mrs Kate Jarrett this Â¬ Heston Willis Company having purchased theStock of W H Bowraer Son will immedi- Â¬ ately replenish the stock throughout and they desire a share of the patronage extend- Â¬ edthe old firm They will en tieavor to carry a stock at all times that will justify you in giving them your trade The business as heretofore will be continued at the old stand Their stock will embrace Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Boots Hats Caps A full line of Groceries Hard- Â¬ ware and all lines of goods that it takes to complete a general merchandise store will be kept Their prices will be as low as those of any competitor An especial effort shall be made to make our business relations the most agreeable Yours truly Â¬ week asy to Take asy to Operate Hoods Pills Jamea Crawford of Alton Kan aftr an absence ot two years has returned for a abort visit to ins parents Mr anu sirs Jamea Crawford Mrs Frank Lacy and little son o AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAiAVUAAAAWUUWVWWAA Southern Keutucky arrived Saturday to gutete ot their parent Mraad be the wwvwwvwwwvw vvvvwvvvvvvvvvvwvvvvvwvvvvvwvvvw Mrs H S English Mrs W H Sargent neeMlsa Georgia B Hawkins from Fordsvllle is here Hanks Her uncle Mr Jim Rlckelts to the Fret Baptist church at Kiel the gaeet of relatives Her many frlenik accompanied her Mo for lvir of his time aad to a are glad to welcome her back again la try church near there for one ton our midst Mr Eugene Qullland and Evarta his time Ha lsplwaaily toast Miaa Ada M Hank eaaae j3owh frota B English wen ta the A M CeJUge at halt square ot his elinreh aad i Uakw Star to spoud Saturday and Pan LxiiHrea Jaaaary 21 She write that luesovd with his work Kiel Hi botwsoa five aal six thousand Ii day with her parents Mr and Mrs J they are wll plane J and think It a Unts splendid schol ii m 1 Heston Willis 1 Co CLOVERPORT KY 2 OAWVOZUA Ck2T Urn Riv W II polity who west to But ter Mo January Mtfi has ben eald 2U2S5r mHggiF Mi I VtW llnB Breckenridge V V ISews EDUEPDAY MAKOH 0 18f 8 If - Ring 4 Call 3 GusTotf Ky March 1808 To BroSam I did not know ther Batn Dowel you wero a deacon Well If you had hotarrogaled to yourself a position for which you have no fltnees this mistake would not have happened Now Broth er D mine was eitnply in jest hut as you call 2 1 will have to come bo lure goes ring 4 Mr Editor I am tried conviced and judged guilty of tuo very ungentlt man Â¬ ly crime of writing an article over a ficticious name and now I come as T E Conoid Sam I should have sent my name proper as you did the dillerence is I grave my title and you gave your name but I forgot that it is pleasant sure to sue ones name In print a book Is a book although there is nothing in Â¬ clude bo is adlctedto tbabslnt fourth when we judge that bjcause be is adlct ed to a certain sin or vice he is there fore certain to be lost or sent to hell J filth when we hastily condemn our neighbor and do so without first taking the trouble of considering what might be done in his defence The sin of rash judgement Is greater or basin propor- Â¬ tion to the matter upon which we form tho judgment and the nature of the grounds or evidence whether strong or weak upon which you form this judg Â¬ ment Hence if you form a rash judg Â¬ ment of a particular person known to yon you commit a mortal and grevlous sin Brother D if this be so as it Is I fear your rash judgements are beyond counting and that they may bo unseen by men but are they unseen by God 7 Now Sam I am with unfeigned friend- Â¬ ship from friend in God and with honors even I will ask you D1NQLGV LAW tll1 OVR LOUISVILLE for February JRfc x -- - - THE NEW WAY WOMEN used fe Â¬ The Revenue Receipts Show a Surplus of 1845358 Comprehensive Comparison of Re celpts Under Past and Pres- Â¬ ent Law From the Globe Democrat Market Choice country Elgin Creamery EOOS Reports rtUTTKR lANDY CATHARTIC male to think diseases after lo examina-Â¬ by physi Â¬ Dread of such treatment kept thousands of modest women client about their suffering Tho In- Â¬ troduction of wine of Cardul has now demon Â¬ strated that nine tenths of all the cases of menstrual disorders do not require a physicians attention at all The simple pure could treated oaI tions cians only bo 1214 22 CURECONSTIPATION MTiH 2550 MSOLOTELYGUAMmEEDiOTS pie and booklet rrte 10018 10 rOULTRV 10 it Sam you are great In ideas but lack in i soldier of the crois And never Judga thtt way And God will giro you your reward On the eternal day To bo WWW taken in the privacy of a womans own home Insures quick relief and speedy cure Women need not hesitate now Vlne of Cardul re- Â¬ no humiliating examina-Â¬ quires tions for Its adoption It cures any disease that comes under the head of female troubles disordered menses falling of the womb whites change of life Itmakes women beautiful by making them well It keeps them young by keeping them healthy 100 at the drug store For adrlca In eases requiring special directions address tirinp symptoms Ladles Advisory Department tho The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chatta- Â¬ nooga Tenn W I ADDISOir HD Carj MI says I us Wine of Cardul extensively In my practlceand find Harriott excellent preparation for rentals troubles Brother B T E Connifl executing them You should not have overleaped the promptings of a Christian and said such un Cbristian like things about Brother B as the character was one used in your sermon Sam your sermons remind me of Miss Lanes two headed mule I cannot for the life of me tell which way you are headed confine yourself to your text and dont write bo at random But in behalf of Brother B will say my personal character stands above reproach and Sam I do not drink I do not gamble I o not fight or bet on chickens but Sam I do love to dancoam verbally fond of dancing and Sam I have teen dancing masters who werenice men And Brother D let mo kindly ask you to not condemn me to hell simply for this little pleasure or if you may besetting sin Sam you remind me of a hungry man that once asked me for eomethlng to eat In the name of God I gave him bread ho handed it baqk to me and fald in tho name of Jesus Christ put some butter on it That is you I enlightened you on your llrst subject in Gods name and now you come back and ask me in the name of Jesus Chriet to tell you all Sam I wont do about the Bible it for if you have lived this long with- Â¬ out knowing it it is better that you die in ignorance of those facts for many shall be saved yet eo as through Iguo ranee Dont it say it Sam If it dont say so you say so and I will get off the block Sam dont get angry again and say rash thingsbut remember that it 13 chapter is written I Cor If I speak with the tongues of men and ol angels and havo not charity I am be- Â¬ come as sounding brass or a tinkling cymbal and if I should have prophecy and should know all mysteries and all kuowledge and if I should have all faith so that I could remove mountains and havo not charity I am nothing and if I should distribute all my goods to feed the poor and if I should deliver my body to be burned and havo not charily it profiteth me nothing Charity is pati- Â¬ ent Is kind charity envieth not deal eth not perversely is not puffed up is not ambitious seeketh not her own is not provoked to anger thinketh no evil Now Brother D I would say rehearse your sermons and see if you can find one drop of charity in them I fail to If you be of Christ you should have the mind of Christ and what is His He dots not judge raBhly but says Father forgive them for they know not what Now let mo kindly ask you they do once more not to condemn me for the one besetting sin dancirjg for the law of fraternal charity strictly foibldsusto ir jure our neighbor First in tho esti- Â¬ mation of others as is done by calumny or detraction second it forbids ua to injure him in the estimation of cur selves We injure the neighbor in our own estimation when by rash judge Â¬ ment we hastily and without suflicient grounds think evil of him or form a bad opinion of lilui he may be as anxious to stand well in our estimation as in that of any one- - else The stu of rash judgenient is committed in several wajs First when we judge ill of any one at first sight and foim a bad opinion of him from his words of- - outward appearance second when we ascribe to a bad lnten- ton any good or indilfdrent or apparent ly bad act performed by our neighbor third when from oue sin from which we see our neighbor commit we at once con Â¬ Tho Coming Woman who goes to the club while her husband tends tho baby aa well as the good old fashioned woman who koks after her home will both In time run down in health They will be troubled with loss of appetite headache sleeplessness faint or dizzy spells The most wonderful remedy for Hicbo women is Electric Bit- Â¬ ters Thousands of sufferers from lame back and weak kidneys riso up and call it blessed It is the medicine for wom- Â¬ en Female complaints and nervous troubles of all kinds are soon releved by the us3 of Electric Bitters Delicate women should havo this remedy on band to build up the system Only 50c per bottle For sale by Short Haynes Intolerance of Self Constituted Leaders The Democratic party of the state of Kentucky has ono of its component ele- Â¬ ments a certain element that it would bo well if it could be rid of The ele ment to which we refer is that portion or faction that is not willing that any one shall have or express an opinion that is at variance with the peculiar ideas of this peculiar element The Democrat who bos the manhood to object to a measure that has perhaps been inaugurated by some designing politician is at once denounced as a renegade simply because he is not will ing to endorse everything that may be said or done in the namo of the party Such men are not moulders of public opinion simply for the reason that they haye no opinion of their own They wait until they hear the crack of the party whip and then fall in line without ever asking any question as to the right or wrong of the measure With these men it is a crime to doubt the wisdom of self coonslituted leaders The mem- Â¬ bers ofthe party who take issue what Â¬ ever as to tho advisability or the cor- Â¬ rectness of measures is denounced by these small calibre politicians as not be Â¬ ing Democratic These little fellows are always reading somebody out of the party who happens to dlfier from them in their vlows The small feels that upon him devolves the responsibility of defining what it takes to make a true and tried Democrat He stretches his victim on tho iron bedstead and chops off the head or the hoels as best suits his fancy It is1 this intoler- Â¬ ance of self constituted leaders and eternal reading out of the party by brain- Â¬ less nincompoops that Is doing more to destroy the t illulency of the Democratic party to day than all other things com- Â¬ bined Sensible men who have studied the party and who have spent their lives in fighting its battles get tired of being insulted by men who never have an idea of their own The Democratic party is broad enough for every right thinking man to have a place within its fold with the single txception of the fellows who know it all aud who are not willing that anyono else shall know any Â¬ thing This latter class of men are de Â¬ trimental to the Buccess Of a ay party to which thoy may ally themselves MadJ IflOUville Hustler bored-politici- HANCOCK COUNTY Plalndealcr Henry Haynes is thinking of making Ilawesvllle a trip to Seattle Farmers are seeding more acreage with oats than usual tho scarcity of corn forcing them to get early feed Ferd Owen a prominent farmer of Breckenridge county has been in the city several days delivering bib crop of tobacco Every fellow is on the lookout for blue Â¬ birds but as there have been none in this section for years other harbingers of spring must be looked for Peaches in this section are killed but the apple crop kept back by cold weather is safe The strawberry crop is all right yet and if frosty weather con- Â¬ tinues will be a largo one Virgil Babbage was fired by Judge McBeath as Master Commissioner of Breckenridge county for purely political reasons That is the sizs the Judge wears Mr Jos D Cooper hag a quail taken while wounded in the early part of tho season that has become as tame as any domestic fowl roosting and running with his chickens and positively refus- Â¬ ing to go to the woods Sports who know of it send for it to have the pict- Â¬ ures of their dogs taken on the set He lias been offered 4 but holds the bird for tho entire bill 5 A gentleman came into town Tuesday and went around to the postoflice to get Upon his arrival at Uncle bis mall Sams store house he discovered a placard Closed Washingtons Birthday hanging in front of the delivery window He turned away with an uncertain look upon his face muttering Washing Â¬ tons foot hes been dead a hundred years This is only a Republican trick to keep me from getting my mail Among the successful ones who en Â¬ tered the recont examination at Hawes ville for those haying completed the common school course were E idle Kel- Â¬ ly Chester Bruuer and Mifs Carrie Ktdly of Midway who attained respec tUely the high average 01 1 02 0 01 0 Mies Kelly receiving a higher grade than any one elso that ever passed in this county These pupils are now at tending Mr Masons school at Sklllman and very likely will enter the May exam ination for teachers licenses Â¬ Â¬ February 28 Tho Dingley law has fulfilled the promise of itsfarmors In its seventh month Feb Â¬ ruary it has produced an average of over f 1000000 a day revenue and pro sents the treasury with a surplus in ex- Â¬ cess of the expenditures for the month In the 28 days of February the receipts were 28572538 a larger sum than in any February since the inauguration of President Cleveland The expenditures were 20727000 leaving for the month a surplus of 1845358 tho first surplus which tho month of February has shown since the election of President Cleveland and his free trade Congress The cus- Â¬ tom receipts alone were 15040080 a sum larger than in any February since tho inauguration of President Clevel and The average daily receipts during the month were 1020447 which is over 17000 per day in excess of the averogo daily expenditures during the past five years The dally receipts which in the first month of the Dingley law averaged 029701 per diem were In February an averxgd of 1020447 per diem while its custom receipts which in its first month averaged but 225409 per diem averaged in February 537181 per diem an in- Â¬ crease oi about 140 per cent The total receipts during the first seven months of its operation are nearly 17000000 in excess of those of the Wilson law dur ing the first seven months of its operation All of the above figures it should be understood relate solely to the legiti mate current operations of the revenue laws and do not include any of the re- Â¬ ceipts and expenditures growing out of the Pacific railroad transactions of the past few months All of those figures relat Â¬ ing in any way to the Pacific railroad matter are excluded and the figures of the above statements and tables which follow relate exclusively to the current receipts and expenditures aside from the Pacific railroad transaction Table showing custom receips under Dingley Law by days and months D O Â¬ Washington Fresh Hens per lb Spring chickens per lb Durks young per lb Turkeys live Geese per dozen Good middling COTTON f WJdllBLJim JinfTfTaV 111 id RTFIlillsn ItRHHITlO uxib miraro Montreal ALL lt DRUGGIST 00 080J 0810 710 0J tan or AenTerk 400a425 0 5J 1 35 3 50 2 50 45 15al 20 Middling FIELD SEED ri - apmaaaeaaiaaHOMoeiwaBj Timothy per bushel Clover per bushel Crimson clover per bushel Red Top per bushel Orchard Grafs per bushel Bluegrass fancy per bushel Timothy No 1 Timothy No 2 Good bright straw No 2 Mixed No 2 White IIAYGR11N FEED 1 85 000050 4004 CORN 800a350 60 20 32 31 at store 33J32 Banaawnimiiia TS5T7S3lleKy i --mbb OATS No 2 White No 3 White No 2 mixed Oats No 3 mixed Oats WHEAT 20 28J No 2 Long Berry No 2 Red 100 1 RTE No3 00 08 I 0 f TOOTH ECONOMY I 9 No2We8tern FLOUR 63 5 GaGOO 5 00 4 35a4 50 High Grade Patent Straight Patent Low Grades MISCELLANEOUS Salt N O 7 bu bol Molasses Sorghum Sugar gran per cwt Lime per bbi Cement per bbl POTATOES f 25a5 38 80 3038 2830 1 10 V A tooth may decay for years before it aches It costs f r less both in money and discomfort to take care of small cavl- ties than large ones Come any time and have your teeth ex- amined No charge for it We will be at Irvlngton on Wed nesday and Thursday after the fourth Monday of each month t m 7075 85 C HARDIN WILDER Brandenburg Irish per barret new Sweet per barrel ONIONS 175a200 2 60a2 76 Per barrel DACON Shoulders Clear rib sides Sugar cured hams Lard in tierces HIDES 5J0i 01 Char Bides S0 j 5j 001717J 1515j 0 ROCKPORT btpiember October November December February August 187 Ave daily Total recpt receipt lor momn 1115404 04770 31 1 33 6v87ol Ygzloo tf7134M4 No 1 green salted per lb No 2 green 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 WOOL 0j10 - SAW WORKS ROCKPORT IND Always Ahead 15 13 for Fin Ivx Repairing 3760 January 18S j37tl 4603 6 1304Otc 11600718 14169401 Table showing total receipts under Dingley law by days and months Ayr daily Total recpt Augutt thj September October November December 1O93 Unwashed per lb Burry black and cotted Good tub washed per lb Siieep skins Lambskins FEATI1EUS 2021 1D18 3032 2550 2035 33 12 33 Not One Complaint in Past Year of Our Work The many letters of high praise of our that wo are ahead of others Hammering large circular saws is our specialty and saws thot others have failed on If you want satisfaction on work and prices we guarantee it work is evidence Address received 69794 for month 7JI0J 6t81 8jSUj6 January 001115 February iu2 47 93464 Ji9o2l0t4 21yjS0S i43om15 1516399s 79jj494 179511 2S5j5J3 Prime white goose per lb Good white old goose por lb Dark and mixed old per lb ROOTS 283U 20 15 Statement showing comparative re- Â¬ Yellow 30 05 ceipts under Wilson and Dingley laws in Wild Ginger fibre off WildGinger fibreons 0305 first Bsven months of operation 05 Wilson law Ding law Lady Slipper First month fiJttifns iivoioji May Apple Second month 19139140 ai9nO8 Third month lJ4ti43 439UlS Tallow per MISCELLANEOUS lb Fourth month 3J31 Ici30 Sf899S Prime beeswax per lb 17So4VM Fifth month 7Jl4l 2J23J ai838 07 Sixth month i7V57 Prime ginseng per lb 225240 2857 638 Seventh month 14 4783 Dried apples per lb 2l2f l592dloj8l75816j81 Total 02 03 Dried peaches halves per lb 10 Balance in favor of Dingley law furs PenecaSnake Pink 2022 Iiockport Saw Works Uockport Intl 304 A Dutsclike WITH Son CO 220 Tenth Street BUCKNER TOBACCO WAREHOUSE iNCORrORATlD 015741 Black Bkunk No 1 cased Oi Great Benefit I have taken several bottlesof Hoods Sareaparilla and it has been of great ben Â¬ efit to me I was all run aown in health and bad kidney trouble for many years I have tried all kinds of medicine but never found any that did me as much Mrs Sareaparilla good as Hoods Harriet Bishop Colesburg Tenn Hoods Pill ate easy to take easy to operate Cures Indigestion headache THE LENTEN SEASON Short stripe skunk Long stripe skunk 2025 10 White skunk Raccoon No 1 large 7080 100al25 Mink No 1 large cased Grey fox No 1 large cased 5505 Red fox No 1 large casadl00al25 Musk rat No 1 large cased 1015 No 1 largo cased No 1 large cased House cat No 1 large rosed Otter No 1 large cased Beaver No 1 large cased Opossum 07 12 7080 4050 313310 Chnpcl Street Ilct Main and Market and 210 LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Special Attention Tour Months Storage Free Given to Private HUCKNR TOBACCO WAKIIOUSE Sales Independent Warehouse Mark your hogsheads Wildcat 4 0Oa7OO 3 00a5 00 1020 0515 DR DAVIS Ukljhi4AriiW II FJklJylHFJUHPfcJ SffaSS fHE NEW REMED ACTION QUICK IN UNION STAR Death of P Q ABSOLUTELY GUAR- Â¬ ANTEED TO CURE ALL nlUSlllVJ iiiy nNFy Am r L aimisaavf ARE THE Parr fOKMi Or The Usual Regulation to bo ed by Catholic Observ- Â¬ THE DANGER Free of Charge to Suffareia Cut this out and lakoit to your drug Â¬ gist and get a sample bottle free o Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds They do notask you to buy before trylrg This will show you the merits of this truly wonderful remedy and show you what can be accomplished by the regular1 size bottle to which the Expectant Mother is This la no experiment and would be exposed and the foreboding and dBastrous to the proprietors did they dread with which she looks for- Â¬ not know it would invariably cure ward to the hour of womans Many of the brat physicians are now us severest trial is appreciated by but ing It In their practice with great results few All effort should be made and are relying on it in most severe to smooth these rugged places cases It is guaranteed Short in lifes pathway for her ere she Haynes drug store Regular sizs 50 r presses to her bosom her babe cents and 100 Â¬ Â¬ 4 ir s Hancock Ctailon Churches MOTHERS FRIEND allays Nervousness and so assists Nature that the change goes for- Â¬ ward irYan easy manner without such violent protest in the way of Nausea Headache Etc Gloomy forebodings yield to cheerful and hopeful anticipations she passes through the ordeal quickly and without pain is left strong and vigorous and enabled to joyously perform the high and holy dupes now devolved upon her Safety to life of both is assured by ltjie use of Mothers Friend and the time of recovery shortened I knew one lady the mother of three ehlldrea who suffered greatly in the Wrth of eaeti who obtained a bottle of Mathers Friend of me before her aoodOrades Pay w- Farmers ar yon working for uiobey aa well as a living Do you deBlrV to put a little cash in bank as well as some eornlnthecrib Ifsowelnvlteyoutolook at the prices of tobacco and govern your self accordingly Tnis Is a good tohat co country and the reopb need all the money that ability and energy-- can win Tobacco la high not from a speculative standpoint but from au active strong demand in the markets from the man- pfactoi les The crops of 00 and 07 were attoft and the quality inferior and it Mm that priees are bound to be good Mmlkw of bow much may be grown Put but just what you can tMifytar bundle well and Make a good grade and we predict that yon will be well pleased wkh the returns Arrange to have good healthy plant to set early and thus avoid the danger by treat and cold weather In the fall Adalrvllle Banner fwrtk eoflartement and wm relieved A thrill of terror la exnorienoed when a lmway sough of ervn aetinda tbroufjfa 9100 PSJtSOTTIJB at rall lpt of nMrfra the be use at night Bui the terror soon by xprM oh r Wit MMCX CwUliln lawJbU iaforauttoa at changes to relief after Om Minute Cough will rZST tattoo to U WMt ayyUiMltoa to Owe baa been adaaUMwed Kate and bf HE ur Mtdraw npoa O Avian TWC M4MPWL8 NSMttATOft u haralcM for ehlldrea hot A Haynes qttfokly ami easily All agree that tbelr Mfeer wm shorter and lees painful JMN Q Polhiix Maooo 0 at hnt Lent btgin last Wednesday and lasts Bauera confectionery and will begin invoicing on Mohday morning It is till April 10 It will be with the strict- Â¬ understood Mr Bauers will move to est piety that those who observe the Hardinsburg where he will start a butch event will conduct themselves in the meantime ershop The movable feasts between Ash Wed Â¬ Judge W T Owen came down from nesday and Easter occur aa follows Breckenridge county yesterday wbero Â¬ he had been visiting He stopped of Quadragcsina March 20 Pasilon Sun March 27 Palm Sunday April 3 here ard as we go to press had entered a day trial of the Injunction against ex Sheriff and Good Friday April 8 The r gulations of Lent are the same Fuqua who was enjoined in certain cases as last year All members of the church from collecting county levy twenty one years of age and under Jas Eagan of Facon was In Louisville over sixty are bound by the regulations Wednesday and while thore sold an in by dispensation they must re Â¬ terest In his coal mine to Leahy Scan Units frain from the use ol flash on certain Ion The mine is mile below Falcon only partake of one full meal a and it will be surveyed on Wednesday days aud A collation Is allowed in the day aud a switch built at once They have and evening On the days bought a lot and will erect a storehouse morning when meat is permitted it must not be How common nre chronic dlseaaei W 8 Ashby of Highland Nursery was used peculiar to women Women know more than once hey aredue to deranged kidney aud n town Saturday and says the demand Special services commemorative of the failure of delicate otgant to perform for nursery stock is stronger than it has their natural function forty days fait of Christ In the wilder been for three years During this slack ness are held during Lent in all the period his trees grew so large he was Catholic churches usually on WednesÂ¬ compelled to cut them up and now he days and Fridays Buchucorrectitheprlmarycaute heal is overwhelmed with orders though he tngand atrenKthenlngr thrte organi By special dispensation from the Pope Ita 33 year of aucceta Ruaranteea It accepts them conditionally value Uelt andyou wfllhiTeaclear laborirg men and members of their complexion and better health A letter from MIfcs Judelle Cramraond families are allowed to eat meat on any who is attending Hamilton College in day daring the fasting This will con- Â¬ Lexington announces the death of the tinue until Easter Sunday forty days College ProfesFor Mies Judelle Is pro Â¬ after Lent begins gressing ulcely in her uludlis and will During- this time the church puts on be at home In June Her last quarter mourning Tho cltigjr Wear black vest Â¬ tripl Do you Are you report Is a fine showing ments and dUpense with all joyful nTtra fnlnir to take Mervauaneu antrer from Heaalek Headache t U all By SxMMMIaat Whr mi r No marriages are celebrated urea orIVnitMANll UEIITHUI I1VHAL hymns UilngJCK Help wet headache eure thai ntrvousncH aud Have You Had the Grip ftflaitckneM by the um of thla InhaUr the ereateel during this season and devdutmembers Wonderml r lelmnUnl and preventative known If you have you probably need a reli- Â¬ are no permitted to attend theaters or Upt In Hay Fever and Aitulna UT11UY CUDH n n IImm mnaLin lana yon wiu r H ky wl IK nvfrlU m4 able wedlelae like Foleys Honey aud indulge in other amuefraente Easter Sunday this year falWoa April Tar to heal your lungs and atop the 10 racking eetigh incidental to this dieease ateerrbedy Bays 8 Foleys Honey and Tar Cough Medi Â¬ CaaeareU Caaa r Cathartle tbe moat woav ie there in Hfe wlth a derful nedtoat discovery of Mie age pleaa cine ie unquestionably the beet remedy What pleasure Uale act geatly torJM throat awl lungs Pleaaaat to headache censtlpat lett and WllliousneasT oat and ret rvakiu to Uw Mrer ami bowl asd HMrUvc4y on KMueys A K Fieber Thousands experience them who eould elteVMing Ute entire tysMm dUpel eolde Vk and ia guaranteed coMMpaUe lieaeiaelie Oioverport K A Siiellmau Stephens beeotwe per feetly h earthy by a lng De eraMHowmmm tevr habitualsb4 try a box PImm buy port Gordon A Haynes WiUa Little Karly Mean the famous and Patoavllle dsjriVK4tt0iW btoUaev gtkvrMtevu ba our bjr ail drnggiata X A Wit UatdiMborx llOle pllU SW Ilayiwa Â¬ Jas II Jackson has bought the Fred FG Parr died on Jan 20th Mr Parr was suddenly struck with paralysis Having lost the use of his right side and organ of speech He lingered nine days in this condition when God seen fit to release him from all earthly carrs He was buried beside his daughter Minnie B Parr in the Union Star cemetery Uncle Grundy as he was commonly called was born Nov 12th 1821 died Age seventy six years Jan 20th 1898 two months and seventeen days He was a staunch Republican and always true to his party In 1840 be married Miss Mahala Bandy daughter of Thomas C and Mahala Bandy raised a large fam Â¬ ily all are married except the youngest A son four Bon Barney of Illinois daughters and a christian companion are left to mourn the loes of a dear de-Â¬ parted father KIDNEyLTVERi DISEASES F0RSAIE BYAUDRUGGISTS simmiamcMpSoo or PRICE SEND FOR FREE BOOKLET cJiI Cvj Owttysa Liver - GIVE SATISFACTION llJLAiV IIA iirirrn Icall Tr IILVLU Mil IU IIll DRNCDAVI3 INDIANAPOLIS IND H C BRUNBR SON prote Commission Merchants The oldest and best produco house in Louisville Prompt to remit and return empties We solicit the shipments of all country Merchants 327 Second Street LOUISVILLE KY Telephone 9 Women WINTERS MITHS WILLARD W HOTEL Jr Mgr aCraHaBal r K w mt V S MILLER Â¬ Rates 200 and 2 50 BUCHU - Best House in Louisvi sgl3tfPf ASJQjid Â¬ DO YOU TRAVEL iiw Tetter Balr IUieum anil Eczema Tho Intense itching nmlBinartinpr Incident to theso dlaeuses la instantly allayed by applying Chamberlains Eye and Skin Ointment Many very bud cases have been permanently cured by it It la equally efficient for itching piles and a favorite remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains frost bites and chronlo soro eyes 25 cts per box Dr Cadys Cemllllen renders nre just what a horse needs when in bad Tonic blood purifier and condition vermifuge They are sot food but medlcino and the best in use to put a Price 33 horse in prime coaditloti eeeta per package efaCate crttT ICY i0BlSMmtUMStmUtmmtlS XWi in the requirements of rqiallty and un formlty a succession or inheritance tax hiay be well enough if tho stAte const tution permits ft but tho principle of progression a higher rale for largo estates seems to mo to bo inconsistent with that rule of proportion and equality which should character all taxation The practical question the one our peo- Â¬ ple rnust solve and solve speedily is the enforcement of thu personal property tax and tho cqualizitlou of real estate assessments Forhttps the stnto might tkctaro and maintain an estoppel against tho claim of any man or his heirs to pro perty the ownership of which had been disclaimed in the tax returns It Is not Within the purpose i f this address to propose in detail the needed reforms of our tax law but rather to emphastzi the need and to suggest that our mon of wealth and tho managers of our great corporations should thorn- selves come forward and take the lead In these reforms that they should not only show a willingncs but a zal to bear their full proportionate share of all public burdens If they do not the sense of injury is so strong that ways will be found to exact more than is equal To do justice Is the best safe Â¬ guard ngalnst injustice WEALTH AND ITS OBLIGATIONS Ex Pfesidfent Hon of things with which we dare not palter Wo must inaugurate and at once a syntem that shall tqualto tax bunions The men of wealth in our great common I ties should lead the movement The great club organs d as a rallying enter for loyality and patriotic citizenship should hear a call as loud and imperative as that which came to it during tho years of tho Civil War CANNCT CONTINUE YOU SHOULD The Lead Specialists cf America YuAiS IN OHIO Hilii CURED EMPLOY None but tbe County Surveyor to do vour Work He It the Rihntltd Surveyor ol the Count v la an eipe lrnced workman and knows his business He Is atso Notary Public writes ueeds and takes ACKnowirflgetneata Charges always Iteasonable Henderson Route Louimlhf kicrwn t St No 4 Louie 87 44 y Co Tint Iv Card In Effect Jhm 2 No East Moond St Lmls No 46 20 250000 Aitdrca CHINTZ ROYALTY COUNTY SURVEYOR HARDINSBUQKY I1 WE CURE EMISSIONS Nuthl uf Tint Icmoralltlnff to I u I it an tho tircs younc i it i I It J J hey enco of thoo nltMtty loo producowcauncsj nrnoumc meeting dlignrtn i nwlinlo train rfrmptnin of fhcy unC ft man for hufincf mwlcd flf Ami rwlil linMntnpt Nn mnttir wucmrr cniiEcu uj evil linllls in juuiu naturr I urnhnen or foitiD 1 e tceM on onr Heir Method i reatment will poUlvely Harrisons Address hi Headerson Spottsrnie Owentborn llawesTllle Stephensport IrYineton Brandrnhura - Kvanslle Cloerport Mr Lincolns startling declaration that tills country could not continue to exist half slave and half free may be paraphrased to day by saying that this country cannot continue to exist hall taxed and half free This set B9 of inequality breathes a fierce and unmoasuring anger creates classes intensifies social differences and makrs men willing to pay their debts in half dollars Tlio just wcred ness of these money obligations tho right of the holders to bo paid in money of full value will bo clearer to theso angry men if they Bee that these securi- Â¬ ties are paying fully their lawful taxes Where is the moral ds Inction be tween the act of putting one hand in my neighbors pocket and clandestinely abstracting his pocketbook and the fraudulently shifting of a debt that I owe to another If there Is not enough public virtue left in our communities to make tax frauds discreditable If there is not virility enough left in our laws and in the administration of justice in our courts to bring to punishment those who defraud the Stalo and their neighbors if crimes of fraud may stalk unrebuked and unpunished in our street how long will it be until crimes of violence make insecure the fortunes that havo refused to contribute ratably to tho cost of maintaining social order The failures which have accompan- Â¬ ied in an Increased ratio the attempt to collect the personal property tax have led many tax reformers to favor its total abolition and the substitution of other forms of taxation Tlio failure of the wealthy holders of these intangi ble securities to pay their just proportion of the cost of government has stimulated a demand for special forms of of taxation and for progressive taxation with a view in some measure to recoup to the community the losses which are inflicted by evasive or fraudlent tax returns These efforts should serve as a warning The people will not consent that this state of things shall be accepted as a permanent condition If we are to havo no taxes save such as in their nature necessarily exclude con- Â¬ cealment and bribery what tax will re Â¬ If we admit the disgraceful conmain clusion that the state of public and pri Â¬ vate morns has become such in our country that the wealthy may riot be brought under the law and compelled to yield it reverence and obedienc have we not confessed the failure of Republican institutions Before the adoption oi the constitu- Â¬ tion when each State made its own tariff luwp the power to levy imposts was practically nullified by tiie compe- Â¬ titions between the States They underbid each other in tho competition between their ports The solution was found in confldiig the tax upon imports wholly to the national government In a measure tle sain a cmbirrassinent is now being felt in tho framing and administration of the tax laws of the several States Heal or simulated changes of residence aro made from one State to another with a view of finding the most favorable tax condition or the most pliabe asseieow It is not easy however to see how a Federal control of these questions cau be established The States are not like- Â¬ ly to surrender such important powers to the national government It is more than questionable whether New Jereey and Uonnicticut for instance could be indue d to forego the inducements which their tax laws or the admiuistra fion of them may offer to weathy New Yorkers Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J H Hunsclie A rr Louisville- 6fi3am 220pm 2i5ii BIO 24fl 718 738 37 828 400 8 IS- 341 4 GO 917 440 6 03 610 S4S 1017 625 822 1045 667 603 1112 621 617 1235pm 748 730 No 7 Mtm 8 6Spm The Orator at the Celebration of The Chicago Union League Club cuiojn The TAILOR Will be in Clover port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month with West Hound Lv 11 4I No 6 CM 6 43 4 No 45 NO CURE NO PAY Louisville Ilrandenburg Irylngton Stephensport Clorerport Owensboro Spotlsville Henderson 70am 851 0 9 15 460pm 720 739 804 916 947 10 10 823pm 932 9 52 1021 951 ln Reader jvn need help Tarly nWo or later ecoifci may haio weakened ypu Kxpontro mor havo dtwuod yon Yon aroLotr fo till Tired Our New Method nlll euro uu You run lo iltk Yon nro tmlo feebio iervou iriltnlila ond cx bociimo forgetful Imjrote citAbh i nnd dc pomlonti liloteht rind rlinplej tuuhoii ejr trlnUleil fjce flonplnjr form mil C rtmei t coiintiniuico rovcal Hawesrlll II 10J6 1068 1148 irtid fSj30 Han Vcutirr Kvanrlll ArrSi Louis 1185 1217pm 1240 1 15 1223am 12 6 1 15 10 40 732 720 i I Ex PrisidpntBetoJamlno Harrison nd ties his clasc In the discussion of all Irened the Union League Club of Chi these social questions good temper is escap on the occasion of their annual cel- Â¬ sential Men must get together and use facts not rhetoric ebration in honor oi Washington The Bpeclal purpose of my address to Â¬ His subject was The Obligations of day is to press home this thought upon He said In part Wealth people of our Monuments and birthday anniver- the prosperous saries should be commemorative of the comunlty and especially of our great virtues that are still imitable Scientists cities that one of the conditions of the have reproduced some of the gigantic security of wealth is proportlomte and animals and reptiles of the worlds early full contribution to the expenses of the history Wo look at them with fear and State aud local Governments It is not wonder and congratulate ourselves that only wrong but it Is unsafe to make a We have show in our homes and on the street they are extinct types no needs that they could supply They that Is no made in tho tax returns Equality is the golden thread that could not live in our environments and we in theirs So there have been among runs all through the fabric of our civil men monsters ef power and violence Institutions the dominating note in the Wo cannot forget them but we are glad swelling symphony of liberty Equality they live in another epoch The alma- Â¬ not of conditions not of natural endownac makers note their birthdays but ment but of right is the foundation there are no assemblages of the people stone of our Governmental structure If monuments have been bullded to them And as a corollary necessary and imper- Â¬ they are liable to be overturned when ative to tliis doctrino of a proportionate the dynasty charges or the Commune and ratable contribution to the cost of administering the Government supplants tlio State The but there are men who have so won duty of the State to protect life liberty our hearts that we would recall them if and property is conditioned upon fair we could We feel the need of them contribution to the cost of government No change of dynasties no outbreak of A full and conscientious discharge of tho mob threatens their monuments that duty by the cifzns is one of the To evade that One can hardly conceive of any civil rev- Â¬ tests of good citizenship olution or any riotous outbreak in our duty is a moral delinquency an unpat- country that would not respect the mourlotlc act If we do not hold by this rule of pro uments oi Washington and of Lincoln While they liyed they were at times portion which I think is an essential hated by men and by communities but part of tho definition of taxes then when the full stories of their lives were everything becomes subject to the whim The whole revenue unfolded when motives and purposes of the legislature were explored when the universal bene of a State may be derived from tho conlicence of their public services was seen tributions exacted from the small minor in the establishment by one and the res- ity of its population the majoiity goini cue by the other of free constitutional free To allow such a sj stem is only to government all their countrymen render rob the minority thus unduly burdened but it is to rob the State of that which is them homage We asafmble on this adversary of etsentinl to Its healthy existence and the birth of Washington not so much indeed to the life of ltepuhlican instituif at all to bring tribute to him as to tions Honesty and carefulness in publearn at his feet the lesson of a conscien- lic expenditure will have no effective tious citizenship The imitable qualities watchers The watch of tho minority will bo hit factual and the majority will of Washingtons character and life those that did not exhaust themselves becurelessas to the use of the funds to the accumulation of which it has not on a locality or a period that are inatrui tive not only to military commanders contributed AN MlALLlNO CONDITION and chief magistrates but to the unofficial citizen the lessons that he taught For many years an opinion has ben not for the match and battle but for prevaleut that the great bulk of the quiet da a when no drumbeat calls to personal property of theStatesespecially duty these are the qualities and leBSons of tiie class denominated securities in- Â¬ that should engage our thought to day cluding stocks bondp notes mortgsges OBLIGATION TO STATE and such like has escaped taxation In choc sing for my theme The Ob- With a very few exceptions the great ligations of Wi nlth I am not wresting fortunes in this country are invested in this anniversary from its legitimate use such securities The delinquency ap We do not need to forget Indeed we pears 10 oe located largely in our great cannot forget Washington when we re- citits Kcent investigations of students flect upon our obligations to the State ol political fclenc and recent tabes His life teaches no lesson more Btrongly prepared by State officials have disclosed than that the citizen is under obligation an appallirg condition of things The to serve the State never to shirk his evil seems to have been progressing full share of burden and labor and eacri until in some of our great centers ol llco but rather to do more popuation and wealth theso forn s of The word wealth In lis modern use personal liberty seem to have b en alhas snOered a limitation if not a perver- Â¬ most eliminated from the tax list sion Originally and strictly it means In New York State the proportion of weal or welfare external happiness personal property assessed for taxation When Paul admonished the Corinthian Is only about 12 per cent of the total Christians Let no man seek his own amount of property tax d Yet Con but every man anothers wealth he was troller noueris oi mat atate expresses A roSbllllK IWMEIIY not anticipating the modern law of the tho opinion that the taxable porsonal Yet I think it would be quite well to wheat pit and the Stock Exchange property owned in the State Is at least Wealth is a comparative term and equal to the amount of real estate II assemble a convention of tnx commis my address is not for that very limited linois and many other States present the BioueiB from all the states to discuss body of multi millionaires called by the same condition differing only In degree tliis intricate and exigent problem PosA smaller Populist orators puitocrats It is easy to see how this offense sibly some general principles mght be audience chamber would have sufficed against patriotism has grown to such agreed upon that would remedy the for them and perhaps the orator should proportions The very sense that in just complaints of double taxation es have been of the guild I want to speak equality is injustice has promoted it peclally in the case of corporate proper o of the obligations of the peoOne man sees that his neighbor is not ties ami securities I do not believe that it is impossible ple the forehanded prosperous men and making a conscientious tax return and women of our communities whether that if lie returns his property honestly bo to stir the consciences of our people their estates are reckoned by thousands he will pay disproportionately The re Â¬ so to stimulate the iudepence and or by millions sult is that his conscience finds a salve courage of our assessors and of our courts and prosecutors as to secure a fairly We live in a time of great agitation in the saying Everybody does it of a war of clashing thoughts and interis probably also true that under general enfoicemenl of the personal pro- Â¬ It ests Men no longer satisfied with what the tax laws of many of our States perty tax I know that men hesitate to appears above ground are uncovering double taxation result and taxpayers call a uelglbir to judgement in tills roots There Is a feeling that some men take it upon themselves to remedy this matter We have too much treated the matter of mails tux return as a personal are handicapped that the race is sold defect in tho law not by the methods old and much vaunted equality prescribed in the constitution but by mattrr We have put his tranaactio b that the of opportunity and of right lias been leaving off from their tax returns such with the state on much the same lev l eubmergid More bitter and threaten- Â¬ stocks and securities as they suppose with his transactions with his b ink but that Is not the true basip Each cltz n ing things are being said and writteu to be taxe i in other States lias a pergonal interest a pecuniary against accumulated r roper ty and corThe moat serious aspect of this state porate power than ever before Itseems of things Is the injury which remits to interest in the tax return of his neigh Â¬ to many that more and more small those wl o practice those fraudulent bor We are members of a great part Â¬ men small stores and small factories are evasions The man who Is robbed has nership and it is the right of each to know what every other member is con- Â¬ being thrown upon the shore as financial not lobt his character or self resptct drift or wreckage that the pursuit of but the other man has lost both Tuxes tributing to thu partnership and what he cheapness has reached the strgj where are a debt of the highest obllgition is taking f om it It is not a private only enormous combinations of capital and no casuist cau draw a Bound moral affair it in a public concern of the tint doing their enormous butineec are sure distinction between the man who hides importaiee Perhaps there should be n general of returns his properly or makes a false return in MlClllKVOlB DKNUNCIATION order to escape the payment of his debt proclamation of ainuesly aud a fruit The seams which mar the face of the to the State and the man who conceals btart We should discard theso old notions social landscape seem to be widening ills property from his private creditors chasms and if these gulfs are to bo filled Nor should it be more d ill ut to fol and wiping tint Mate off proclaim a tax we must establish dumps on both sides low the defauter in the one cast than renaissance Every pgncy that dals of them It will aid the work of those in tho other If our taxes were farmed with public and socal questions should on either Ide to use tho bridges to get a out to an individual or to a corporation lend lis help The grand Jury should be view r ni the other side Wealth tiiey would be collected as fully is pi charged to investigate and to Indict tho wb e the suijct of our enrol- - vato debts are now collected There delinquents Keturns and assessments of onr consideration would be a vigilant and unrelenting must be lionmt If there are inequali denunciation of the puisnlt Ilia civil and crimlual pro ties in the law they must be remedied 19 It perverts the ctuses of the law would be invoked with by legislation and not by the unsurpa rt and famishes an effect just as they were against fraud- Â¬ Hon of the Individual I think we must assume that there poor Ban was ulent debtors under the baukrupt law At by It It is When to this enormous ami rrvlnu ore very lew u any oi our slates pre ue abolitioa of our a man be-- evil la added the corruption which It is pttretl 0 consent t Is poor pi upon mix iu nq wuaiKHiiiieu lilt appraise- set- - uwuiiof ml Mtstewe have a coadi- ho As asupplwnata fax UM with Â¬ Â¬ well-to-do Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ well-to-dÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ hactinll Yo Casper May Co IND thohllctitif lurolctcnce A 1 trains run I h rough Solid to Rfantville Through parlor cars and Pullman seepers on all trains between St Lnuls Ktan vllle and Louis Â¬ ville Numbers 41 and 42 connect at Irvinetnn for Fordsvllle and Ilardinsburg dally except Sunday It C MOIIDUE A 0 1 A Iulirllle Ky Now Is the Time To purify your blood with Hoods Sar saparllla March April May are the trying months of the year At this sea Â¬ son your blood is loaded with impurities Xo mtt r h r rlou your enso may lie orlmu lont u iniy liaio had It our kiAY MlnUOil TllKATJIUNT will euro It ilio wormy olns return to their normal condition ond heneo tin rexual orcuua roeclto ironer nourish rncnt J ho ortrans heenmo Utalltcd nil unnaturrl drains or losses ccara nnd manly lowera return No temporary Ivnolit nut r wrmanent euro nwiired NO OPIillA NO lAY NO tUili UY NO DLTUN- TION NIIiL WE CUBE VARICOCELE OANNELTON LoulsYitle HenderonSt Loufs RyCo GREGORY Wharfmastsrs CLOYEhPORT Local Agents Steamboat Agents CO TIME nsro 4 SCHEDULE Tasting Effect At G30 oclel TTstl Sound A V Sandaji Vaj 30 1897 KENTUCKY Train STATIONS JCait Bound Tram Mall A tion iro i m which have accumulated during the win- Â¬ ter aud theso impurities must be im- Â¬ mediately expelled Hoods Snrsapa rllla is tho One Truo Blood lariiler It is the medicine which has accomplished many thousands of remarkablo cures of all blood diseases It is what the mill- Â¬ ions take in the spring to build up health and ward off sickness LITTLE BOYS PATRIOTISM Calls Forth a SURES GUARANTEED Wo treat nnd euro KYIMIIIIK ILIUT miSHIONtf IMPOlUNCY HIIMI rirKIUTtmU VAlUlOCIJLIJ NAIi JOJSLH III MlUllt AND KID NKY dlKafW 00 NHbLTATlON iltuK imoin lltu ciiAiiuKS MODURATK If Ilmhln o coll write for ft Oli STTON 1JIANK for llOMU TUUAfHLNT iims 44 Mall 4 Eaprs Exprs Exprs Expr Dally Dally 1235pm 7 45m 12 70 783 lUOam 6 55 1145 651 1135 1128 1121 10 l Homestead Fertilizer Company and Dally 8 03 5 31 5 40 6 48 6 53 6 00 Dally 7 30am tandard Dealer In Oil Company 40pm 748 818 8 71 IvUnn 823 8 35 8 42 8 61 9 07 Doors Saab Blinds Yellow Pine Floor Kennedys Kergan 122 W FOURTH ST CINCINNATI O VaM Pretty Letter From Secretary Long Indianapolis Marcli 2 Ten days ago little Dan Walllngford ag i seven yearp son of 0 A Walllngford of this city took from his saving bank forty eight cents all it contained purchased two cent Etamps and forwarJed them to Sec Â¬ retary long with the request that the money be used for building a new battle- Â¬ ship to replace the Maine Since the publication of young Walllngfords pat rlo ic expression numerous congratulatory letters from different parts of the country hayo beon received at the Walllngford home The last letter to come is a reply from Secretary Loi g and is as follows My Dear Little Patriotic Lid I have your lettor and tlio twenty four two cent postage Btamps inclosed with it which ypu have so generously taken from your spending money aud given to jour coun- Â¬ try There ia not so mucli need for help in building a battleship as there is for the relief of the poor sufferers on the Maine I havo therefore given the stamps to Mrs Edwin Stewart No 1315 New Hampshire avenue Washington D 0 ho is treasurer of a society of ladies who are collecting money for the boneflt of those sufferers and I have asked her to send you a letter of acknowledgment I am turn that a little fellow seven years old who biglriB by showing bo much interest in his country will grow up to be nn honorable and useful citizen With very kind regards I am very truly yours John D Long Â¬ Â¬ w i m iug and Ceiling Weather Boarding ShinRleB Bait Lime Cement Laths Plaster Plastering Hair Plow Handles Bricks Etc 609 618 626 913 6 51 7 07 869 916 9 23 9 31 9 32 669 West Point Howard Wtllowdale Mock Haven Long Branch Brandenburg Ekron Guston frvlngton Webster Lodlburg Pierce Sample Addison ptar Kentucky St 6 45 6 43 1112 1102 1045 1037 1024 1020 53 631 618 610 613 674 518 515 6 26 5 60 5 42 6 30 5 22 6 03 6 00 4 49 4 40 4 33 4 58 712 724 727 7 20 7 39 7 43 7 64 If Its Worth Printing the Twice-a-WeCourier Journal ek Estimates Furnished for Buildings and Building Material BANK 0 804 812 818 833 1011 1014 1025 10 35 10 43 1049 943 951 966 969 Stephensport Clover port Shops Sklllman 1015 1007 10 02 Holt 969 9 45 9 40 9 27 8 27 8 42 1068 1105 1114 1125 Will Print It 883 905 916 9 21 1135am 1146pm Hawesvllle Pctrle Falcon Lcwlsport Waltman Powers Pates Mattlngly Griffith Stanley Worthington Reads Spottsvllle Bassett HnH Owensboro 917 9 9 8 8 3 8 8 7 7 09 03 64 47 38 419 413 4 827 818 07 02 63 52 01 383 And Every Democrat Every Kepuhlican Every Man Woman or Child who can reaa will want to read it MEANTIMK WE PRKIERTOTAKE OUR CHANCE WITH TIIE CONSERVATIVE FIGHTING WITHIN THE DEMOCRATS 1AUTY TO UBIOltM IT Ol ITS KXCESSE AND TO RESTORE IT TO ITS I1ETTER USES THAN TO PURSUE AN 1GNUS FATU oS WHICH IFITHADI1EKN MORE REAL WOULD HAVE RESULTED IN TIIE BIKC TION INSTEAD OK THE DEFEAT OF TIIE FREE SILVER FUSION IN 1896 AND WHIC II WITH SINGULAR UNANIMITY THE VOT TIIE ERS HAVE REFUSED TO FOLLOW COURIER JOURNAL ISA DEMOCRAT NOT A REPUIILICAN AND IT WILL UNDMt OR CONDITIONS NO CIRCUMSTANCES PURSUE A POLICY WIIOE OXLYFFEC1S S TO CONTINUE TIIE RF UliLIC N PARTY IN POWER HARDINS3URG 0 F BKAHD President WILL MILLER Vioe Preldent II DEAHD Cashier 0 V BEARD I -- MORRIS ESKRIDUK R M JOLLY Director 7 31 301 1010pm 240om 715in 46pti Trains Nos 41 and 4a make connection at Ir vlngton daily except Sunday with trains to and from Ilardinsburg and Fordsville Branch Only line running Parlor Cars between Louis vllle Owensboro and Henderson Only direct line to the North and East For further Information call on or address Agents or HCMORDUK AG P A LoulSTllle Kv 1151 1165 9 32 1202 1209 939 9 47pm 12 17 96lDir 1224 925 3 44 3 33 3 29 326 3 20 7 38 745 313 3 07 ttv I INTEREST PAID OM TIME DEPOSITS L II St L Ry Fordsvllle Branch r- - TIME TABLE Ns 10 EXPERIENCE 60 YEARS TAKING No5 Wednesday and Saturday of each week Ti e Wednesday Issue prints all the clean nrwi and the Saturday isiuepnnti Morlrs Miscellany all matters ol special fner stfa the ho e tils edited by Henry Watttrson THRTWirEAWEEKCOUIMEItJOURNAL U a Dt mocratlc mi er of sx or fpht pge fsm d ijAjTjra Anyono sending a sketch and description mar qnlcklr asoertaln our opinion freo whether an Inrentlon Is probablr patentable Commnnlca- tlons strictlr confidential Handbook on IatesU tent rree Ulciest aarencr lor ecunnspaicnu latenu taken through Jlunu 6 Co recelro special notice without charge In tho EFFECT MAY 30 1897 West Bound Trains East Bound Train Dally Dally Dally I Dally ex Sun ex Sun STATIONS ex Sun 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Watklns returned from Louisville Monday Miss Lutlo Moorman of Glcndeane is the guest of Miss Lula Owen Gregory A Gibson will sell you one can of early June pe ai for live cents Mr Jo C Bruner and wife of Preston wero in town las week shopping No old bo d for Bale last seasons crop now Arms new ideas Sulzers J Hugh Ditto Owensboro was in the city Wednesday on special business Joo Clark and Lee Whelan of Paynes vllle left Monday for Missouri to work on a farm Born to tho wife of Mr William Haw kins 8unday a twolve poutd boy Jos Â¬ eph Cashman Mlfs Pearl Benham of Big Spring Meade county is with Mr and Mrs J A Baled straw for beds and to go Under carpeto Suzors New lino of changeable slk umbrellas for ladles Sulzers Madrias cloth newest Ideas for ladles shirt waists Suzsrs H0MESEEKERS Will be Induced to Locate Here -- The Texas Rnllroad5 Enterprising Departure Twenty Years Proof Tutts Liver Pills keep the bow- Â¬ els in natural motion and cleanse the system of all impurities An absolute cure for sick headache If s An Old Saying The river road from hero to Holts St L railroad with charThe L H Bottom Is being wotkt d by a number of men They hope to have It in a passa acteristic enterprise has taken a step ble condition by the latter part of this that means much to the property own era in the various counties through week which It passes The Conwoll Quarry Company cf Attllla Cox president of the road on Â¬ Louisville havo purchased new ma- Friday of last week appointed Itldgely chinery including a full set of chan- Â¬ Cayceg neral land and lmmigralionagent neled for the qntpmont of the quarry for the line It will be Mr Cayces duty located n few miles below town The to answer all correspondence relating to conditions are favornble to the work lands and opportunities for investment shortly commencing It would give em In the territory tributary to the Texas ployment to nearly fifty men St L railroad is prepar Â¬ The L H Â¬ Â¬ dyspepsia sour stomach con- Â¬ stipation and kindred diseases Its Cant do without them R P Smith Chilesburg Va writes I dont know how I could do without them I have had Liver disease for over twenty years Am now entirely cured The Clothes That Makes The Man There aro three little things which do more work than any other three little things created they are the ant the bee andDeWitts Little Early Risers tho famous little pills for stomach and liver trouble Short Haynes boro Garden implements of all klnda Bany Investigating Clay Product representative of the Art Ceramic Company of Trenton N J has been Investigating the clays in the vicinity of Falls of Rough His investigations have demonstrated that tho clay in that vicinity will make high grade ware as well as encaustic tiling It Is probable that he will recommend this place to the com- Â¬ pany as a suitable spot for the erection of a plant We are anxious to do a little good in this world and can think of no pleasantor or better way to do it than by recom Â¬ mending Ono Minute Cough Oure as a preventive of pneumonia consumption and other serious lung troubles that fol- Â¬ Haynes low neglected colds 8hort A Â¬ - Von can got all kinds of vegetables at Oh as Lishens House cleaning outfits of all kinds Sulzers L B Perkins of Irvington was in the city Sunday Fresh confectioneries can be had at the City Bakery See our new line of umbrellas just arrived Suzsrs Everything purchased at the City Bak ery is fresh and pure Bring your pictures this week and get thnn framed Sulzers Can you see well If not lot DHuy fit you with a pair of glasses Mr Jesse Graham was the guest of his mother a few days last week Time is money but if you see DHuys prices on clocks you will find time very cheap Own a talking machine of your own s O the 3 50 machine we are selling Suzsrs Mr Edward A Klssam is tickled to death his precious baby boy Edward has a tooth Mrs 8 A Hawley of Ilancsvllle wsb here Sunday the guest of her aunt Mrs F H Sawyer Do you eat If so call on DHuy and see his nice stock of groceries he sells them very cheap Country produce These are wanted at DHuys He will exchange anything in has for them Mnjor Willis G Short of Uniontown is in the city the guest of his brother George W Short You should not fail to take advantage of DHuys reduction tale on solid silver spoons and plated ware David It Murray left for Hartford Monday Mr Murray goes to act as special judge in that court Have you a sewlrg machine If so you will need needles shuttles oil and other things DHuy has them Miss Grade Plank arrived yesterday morning Sue will visit Misses Annie Brandenburg aud Ruth Keynes Mrs Lzzte Ireland and granddaughter Ethel Morton of Hawesvllle snent Sunday witiTfliBir cousin Mrs F H Sawyer Chisra Troutman of Wolf Creek arrived here Monday with a barge of lime They were southward bound and Mr J W Owlngs was in charge of the boat Mrs W P Graham Miss Delia Batt Messrs Clyde Morrison and Wilourn Gregory spent Sunday in Caanelton the guests of Mrs Statlra Batt and family Julius Slppfl proprietor of the City Bakery will leave this week for Louis ville He contemplates buying a deliv- Â¬ ery wagon for hla increasing business The enterprising brewing firm F W Cook Brewing Company of Evansvllle Ind have Informed their agent Mr Charles Llshen at this place that their famous Bock beer will be on sale Fri Â¬ day Mr Ohas Tinins of Holts Bottom was in town Saturday Mr Tlnius is alarmed over the passage of the local option bill He is a large producer of elder and says Bhould it pass his business would be ruined Mr George O Patton President of the Patton Vitrified Brick works was a guest at the Fisher Homestead Sunday He returned to Louisville Monday and It la understood that the works will most likely resume operation this summer Mr Chas Llshen Cloverports leading butcher will have on sale Saturday tLe fluest beef that he has had in live years Ha guarantees it to be xtraordlnnrllly tender All those wishing something palatable should Jeaie their orders at once In some mysterlons manner the front room of Halls corner occupied by Mrs Mary Overton caught fire A table chair and her so i Carltons clothing wauypsumed Had it boen five minutes later the whole two story building would have been u ashes Preparatory service at tho First Prer byterlan Church on Saturday evening at 730 oclock The Sacrament of the Lords Supper will be administered dur Â¬ ing divine service Sunday morning ThaM desiring to unite with the church elthr by letter or on proleawlMs of their will Ret the session at the aarvlce Saturday evening Mr G K NkM of Lo1bv111 waa is town Monday Mr Hlka k eonMctot This plant with ty Acme Brick Wet hm mWu in pJtk for two years It wm rente that 1m waa hm per iMMac muitfMMMttei to start ibta m war ItKMkl start tttay wttl only Dvaualaottmr betiding brfek w 1t It claim the dasoand for that will b good Tula will gtva awploymaat to 10 or 76 -- yt flh bi tfy Mr and Mrs Kelson Jolly of Jollys Station are in the city Vlsitirg Mrs Sal lie Yeager Louis OBrien who lufs been in deli- Â¬ cate health for some tlmp is able to be on the Btreets Mr and Mrs Charles Rodman of Irv Â¬ ington were here Sunday with Mr and Mrs W 0 Allen Pete Spauldlng colored has received back pay ponslon of 257 20 with six dollars per month Colmnan E Haswell and Percy Beard of Hardinsburg were in the city Monday enroute to Louisville Mr and Mrs Frank Boyd of Owens- Â¬ boro were tho guests of relatives Sun- Â¬ day They returned Monday Mr T D Ireland and daughter Miss Mayme of Sklllman were with Mr and Mrs L N McGavock this week Mrs E A Kissam and son James Ed- Â¬ ward are visiting her parents Mrjind Mrs E J Bandy at Union Star Deilcateese Powder the cheapest and b st goods ever offered Only five centB a pound at Gregory Gibsons Mr Alex Heron has secured the con- Â¬ tract to furnish the rough lumber for the building of the Baptist parsonage James Asbcrafr one of the oldest citi Â¬ zens of Meade county is at the point of death He Is eighty seven years old Mrs Barney Bohler had a severe at- Â¬ tack of asthma Sunday nigit She is still In a critical condition at this writing Mrs Chas B Sklllman and daughter Elizabeth after a prolonged stay with her parents in Morganfleld arrived homo Sunday The household of Mr and Mrs Russell Hawkins is a mass of sunshine It Is over the arrival of a fine girl baby on Monday Oscar Pate has rented the residence formerly occupied by Mr Augustus Gib- Â¬ son where he will conduct a boarding house Meter James Hennln John P Mc Adams and Miss Lucille Sterett of Hawesvllle wero among the visitors to this city Sunday Clever Lisha Boundurant ex jaller of Meade county came in last evening with five head of good horses enroute to Mor- Â¬ ganfleld Knight tho photographer has taken some beautiful pictures of the depot and shops which will appear in the illus- Â¬ trated edition of the News Two saw mills on the river front In the upper portion of town both running at full blast looks very much like pros- Â¬ perity was comiog this way Anderson Bowles living near Weldon had his house and all his household ef- Â¬ fects consumed by fire last Monday He la left in very destitute circumstances Misses Alllene Murray Mary Board and Eula Miller Messrs Silas Pate Chas Cashman and Jones Mercer of Hardinsburg Bpent a few hours In the city Thursday afternoon Thdyouug ladies of the First Presby Â¬ terian church will on Friday of this week give an old fashioned candy pull- Â¬ ing in the old building Everybody is cordially invited to attend Charles B Pate and daughter Mrs Mary 0 Hawkins were In town Satur Â¬ day Mr Pate qualified as postmaster at Matt ugly with his daughter as assistant Marion Weatherholtnotary public issued the papers Mr and Mrs J D Hambleton of Henderson and Miss Annie Hambleton of Sorghotown arrived here to be with Vim Mollie HamW3on Snnday They left that evenlug for Cincinnati 0 where Mr Hambleton goes to purchase his spring stock for his Henderson estab Â¬ lishment Mr Ben M Miller and Miss Rebecca Wilson residing near Hardinsburg ar- Â¬ rived in this city Friday from Louisville where they wero married Mr Marcus Mattingly aud Miss Mgie Wilson went along as chaperones There were no parental objections and they merely went to the city for the trip It is rumored that the Acme Brick Co have made an offer to the Cloverpoit Brick Co to perfect a consol Â¬ Paving idation There will shortly be built In Louisville a new reservoir which will require something near 11000000 brick and it is reported that the Acme of this city baa the contract Prospects are good for a quantity of paving brick being manufactured Major Marshall Morris President o the BreckatirkJge Asphalt Company of Lofliflvillr baajaat warned from atrip through PeflMytanla The product of tite aapbalt aaf as aitttaW near GartWkl tkta eoaty has was a aptaHHd reputa Â¬ tion la the eaatera eitto it beiag Ideally adapted to the eHatatta aoaditloM that prevail ia that eoaairy Major Morris hac MMiared Mvaral Bailee of street to pave in the eastern ottiea lor Ute coating Â¬ Twice-a-Wee- Two Valuable Papers Mr J no D Babbaae Dear Sir En Â¬ closed find check for oue dollar aud fifty cents 1 50 for which you will please send to me The BnECKENRinas News and Courier Journal lor one year These are two valuable papers that every citizen of Breckenridge coun- Â¬ ty needs Very truly yours Jcs M Cooran Asking Ky March 4 k It is or should be tho highest aim of every merchant to please his customers and that the wide awake drug firm o1 Meyers Eshleman Sterling 111 is doing so Is proven by the following from Mr Eshleman In my sixteen years PUBLIBHMY LETTER experience in the drug business I have never seen or sold or tried a medicine that gave as good satisfaction as Cham- So That Women May Know Where to Find Relief berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Sold by A R Fisher Clover Such is the request of Mrs L M Hayport R A Shellman Stophensport nes Springfield Mo General delivery Thanks to Fraternal Hystlc Circle A part of Mrs Haynes letter reads as N Y Hall Louisville Ky March follows I wrote to you in May 1897 0 1893 Editor News Dear Sir PleaBO I was about to give it up for I had the permit me to express through your col- Â¬ bf st four doctors umns my sincere thanks to the members in the city and of the Fraternal Mystic Circle for the they could not nice pursa with which they presented My euro me me on last Sunday after services It was disease was fe May heavens very highly appreciated male weakness richest blessing rest upon each member I had been trouWo hope they will come of the Circlo bled with it for and worship with us again Yours very five years Four W B Rutledoe truly and a half bottles a of cured I desire to attest to the merits of Cham- Â¬ me I hope all suffering women will take berlains Cough Remedy as one of the I know It wilt cure others al- Â¬ most valuable and efficient preparations so I caunot praise enough ot the market It broke an exceedingly Bear In mind that female weakness is dangerous cough for me in 2t hours and pelvic catarrh to which women are pe- Â¬ in gratitude thereof I desire to Inform culiarly liable and from which tew are you that I will never be without It and entirely exempt cures catarrh you should feel proud of the high esteem wherever located Health and Beauty in which your remedies are held by peo a book devoted to the phase of catarrh plain general It Is tho ono remedy peculiar to women will be sent free to among ten thousand Success to it O any woman by the Drug ManuR Downey Editor Democrat Albion facturing Company Columbus Ohio Ind For sale by A It Fisher Clover port R A Shellman Stephensport The Bay Viewers Irvington Ky A called meeting of Delightful Cruise tho B V R O met March fi at Mrs There is no limit to the hospitality of Ken Wathcns to receive reports of com Capt James Hennln owner of the beau mittees appointed to consider unfinish Â¬ tiful tug Alfred Hennln On Monday ed business Several magvzlne articles he tendered his Hawesvllle and Clover were read and discussed Miss Munford port friencB a delightful cruise to Derby gave us a very pretty eoIo which was andieturn Every effort was made by greatly enjoyed him to make the trip ono of uninterrupt- Â¬ Program for next meeting which will ed enjoyment and in tills he was most bo at Mrs PIggotts on the afternoon of successful The dinner served aboard the twelfth will be music first article in the boat was the exemplification of all January magazine and from the seventh that Is perfect in cooking and was highly to the eleventh chapters in Life Among enjoyed Those who composed tbo party the Germans were the Misses Bettie and Margaret AH members are specially requested to Bowmer of this city Misses Lucile Ster- Â¬ be present ett and Miss Mitchell of Hawesvllle Given Up By Four Doctors Capt James Hennln Will Overby and Otto Kaufman of Hawesvllle Beaver Dam O Aug 27th 1895 My daughter after being treated by 3 99a3docw tour doctors and being given up for lost a neighbor recommended Foleys Kidney cure Today she Is able to walk several miles without fatigue I feel we Would have lost her if it was uot for your medi Â¬ Where the blood loses its It spictfully cine intense red grows thin and Mrs S M Bailey watery as in anemia there is A It Fisher Cloverport It A Shell a constant feeling of exhaus- Â¬ Haynes man Stephensport Gordon tion a lack of energy vitality Pateayllle E A Witt Hardinsburg Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Pe-ru-Pe-ru-Pe-ru-Pe-ru-Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ing to advertise this section very exten sively It is the intention of the road to call tho attention of horticulturists and dairy farmers to the peerless ad vantegjs offered by this section to those who desire to follow such vocations where land is cheap and Ideally adapted to such industries It will also attract the notico of capitalists and manufactur- Â¬ ers to tho splendid resources that could bo profitably developed at tho various towns along tbo road Mr Cox could not have made a hap- Â¬ pier selection than Mr Cajce He is one ol the most progressive citizens of Louisville and one of the most elllclent officers of the Texas road He Is well acquainted with the natural advantages and resources of the territory tributary to the road and being largely interested himself in some of the most flourishing enterprises in this section it can be safely predicted that he will work filth fully to promote the growth and develop- Â¬ ment of the cnuntltB lying along the line of the Texas road Ed Goodnight while at Louisville last Friday secured a very liberal contract from the road for the forthcoming special edition of the Biieckkniudoe News The vast number of copies subscribed for will be widely distributed by the railroad officials as a preliminary to running homeseekers excursions into this coun- Â¬ try Tho world will be taught through the medium of the special edition the superior advantages of this section as a point for investment aud then train loads of thrifty hortlculturallsts and dairy farmers from the northern and eastern states will be brought here to see for themselves A bright era Is dawning for north contral Kentucky Â¬ Tutts Liver Pills CITY COUNCIL Aud it is almoBC a true saying too Take an ill fitting suic made from a uheap material and you The Lightest fleeting of the New Year Mayor Barry called the body to order The first business of importance was the installation of Councilman Pierce who failed to qualify at the beginning of the New Year Clerk DHuy proceeded to read the minutes of previous meeting which were approved Mayor Barrx then took up the different committees for their report on unwished businesf no report was offered New business Councilman Conrad made application for license by request for Steve Hall to re tall spirituous and malt liquors in the old red front building Councilman Skill man mado motion to grant them which was second by Councilman Haynes and carried On motion of Marshal Hall the body appointed Detective Wilis as deputy marshal for the ensuing term Council- Â¬ man Conrad put the question of paint Â¬ ing the jail before the body and after some discufsion the matter of letting the contract was placed in his hands The disposal of claims and accounts salaries of the ofllcers were read and ap- Â¬ Mayor Barry spoko to the proved council as to the election of a Tax Col- Â¬ lector for tho city This was tabled until the next meeting Thore being no further business before the council the body then adjourned What do you want for your ten cents that do not fade dyes tliat will stand washing dyes that will stand sweating dyes that each package will color mora than any other Then buy Putnam Fadeless dyes 10c per package Sold by W E Brown Irving on Dyes are disappointed every time WHY NOT HAVE YOUR Oome in and look over our line of samples Over 300 kinds of goods to select from Let us take your meas ure for a perfect fitting suit one that will fit you with elegance and ease CLOTHES FIT YOUR FORM n Â¬ gets a good suit and it will fit you too higher priced as you like 1250 Then you get SUITS FOR CLERGYMEN SUITS FOR THE BUSINESS MAN SUITS FOR THE SOCIETY MAN SUITS FOR THE FARMER SUITS FOR ALL MANKIND Come in and look through our Humpies Wc can clothe you mid clothe you well m 8s8j8s8S58SS8SiaSSiSS8SBJSS8S5228SiS SULZERS Bring Us I o Your Feet and we will end their troubles We have made glad feet out of many that have been suffering for years We couldnt make the feet over but we did fit them in a way that led to comfort and happiness We can do as much for you if SEE yotre in need of it licston Willis Co W II Bowmer Son have closed out their stock of general merchandise to Heston Willis Company Tho members who comprise the now firm are II A Oelze John A Heston and R O Willis These men have long been identified In most all business pursuits and therefore it Is perfectly useless for us to go into detail They aro upright sterling and energetic men and we vouch for their courtsey and fair dealing throughout all business transactions On the morning of Fob 20 1895 1 was sick with rheumatism and lay in bed until May 21st when I got a bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm The first application of it relieved me almost entirely from tho pain aud the second afforded complete relief In a short time I was able to be up and about again A T Moiikacx Luverne Mlun Sold by A R Fisher Cloverport and It A Shell man Stephensport Â¬ to prices Faithfully and surely we are selling for the least money compatible with honest shoes that will last the most satisfactory length of time jNoRtoas SelAniheSole that jou buj of thaihott Selz Shoes make your feet glad Spring Stock Arriving oawcssa99aV t i Thin Blood and the spirits depressed Scotts Emulsion of Cod liver Oil with Hypo- phosphites of Lime and Soda is peculiarly adapted to correct this condition The cod liver oil emulsified to an exquisite fineness enters the blood direct and feeds its every corpuscle restSring the natural color and giving vitality to the whole system The hypophosphites reach the brain and nerve centres and add their strength- ening- and beneficial effect It the rows have ktt cheeks if you are growing thin and exhausted from over- is Winning work or rf to tclL ue SCOTTS Emul sion - Tecumseh Prince I dajs J received at Irvington a few ago a Poland China pg T cuuneh Standard Friuct record No 20200 G A Footo Poland China Record Tecumseh Prince i J j j i Is a deecendent of the great chief We Know No 13797 one of the greatest show hogs of tuo present day and equal in breeding to any Poland China hog living or dead This pig Is a grand com Â¬ bination of Tecumseh and Wilkes blood J and bears a very striking resemblance to his noted ancestor Is black with whito points and la pronounced to bo one ot the finest specimens known to the breed yor The ae EmuWon l SCOTT mU UtjAUflMi adWHE ClwmUM Xw SCOTT IM wrtyou Yu Ultra 4taMMMU4M Take OMoarata Cud CaUurUo Ms orfaa It C C all M ui enicRiM raaa awee f fMtMttteJl uc ilta Yk We do neat plain attractive printing Cataloguer booklets pewBhletf eire tare cardtttcexWd in tbe flaeet style When you want a goad jefc aae Mtat you want people to look at aa4 wad SiuiCKBMatosK Xawo noma to m Qtoyataart Ky Bt To Consumptives As an honest remedy Foleys Honey and Tar does not hold out false hopes In advanced stages but truthfully claims to give comfort and relief in tho very worst cases and in eaily stages to effect a cure A R Fisher Cloverport R A Shell man Stephensport Gordon Haynes funds for tlittir much coveted library Patesville E A Witt Hardinsburg There will be music and other interest- Â¬ Children and adults tortured by burns ing features The public is invited The Itev Donald Grant as announc- Â¬ scalds injuries eczema or skin diseases may secure instant relief by using De ed made a talk to the Epworth League Witts Witch Hazel Salve It is toe and others Saturday evening He prov Â¬ ed conclusively that the open saloon great Pile remedy Short Haynes was a blight a curse on our fair land and Cosmo Buttermilk Toilet Soap makes gave no uncertain sound as to where ho the skin soft white and healthy Sold stood as regards the matter Would everywhere there were more such preaching moro to cry aloud against this awful evil of BEWLEYVILLE Intemperance Ol the deadness of Christianity as to the matter I Every Â¬ Miss Hettie Suhindier has been visit- Â¬ body express themselves pleased with ing Mrs John Beavin Mr Grant and hope he will come again There is a man in our yicinity who GoLDEy Iton works day and night Miss Nettle Fouschee is visiting her sister Mrs Gilbert Kasey Miss Maude Adklsson of Guston at Â¬ tended the League Saturday evening Miss Alma West is visiting relatives ABOUT in our midst and we note her presence at church DavidjHardaway visits us again but selects ono to whom he pays particular attention OF Mrs Blanford entertained a crowd of friends much to their satisfaction last Tuesday Mrs T P Hardaway aud Mrs T J Jolly have so recovered their health as to attend church again Moorrpan Hardaway came home Saturday on a short visit The visit is due a slight indisposition Bro Walton filled his appointments at On the outskirts of the this place Saturday and Sunday 11 town of Cloverport Ky oclock a bj He was accompanied by Imme Â¬ hla wife this time and her presence was Cash rent only truly a pleat nre to be desired again possession Address diate of the Trrlgte B V The mebe R O have arranged to have a Geraww tapper at a very early data to THE FAIR Cloverports Leading Store Vm WANTS ssv SAIK--- wtvai Ky F Oil horses numW of mulct and work Addreu Lliat Kicdcl Holt Ky tig without power order and cheap Addresn WANTEDbe A live mill in hrit clax C llest Stephensport 1ORRKNT The old Hardin farm on Clover Creek llreckenridge county lor urmi a p ply to Julius Hardin All periont knowing themselves in Â¬ to the undertlirned cither ky note or account will pleaie call and arrange same Our old business must be settled We can be found at the store of Heston Willis Co W II Ilowmer Son NOTICE To Lease OTICE To the belli of Joveph Ball estate thit they will meet at Cloverport on Satur day Mch lo to organize and elect a representa Â¬ tive W L Tate A good store FOIl HUNT opening for one and dwelling desirous of leg the mercantile business house ACRES dress Dr It W Uurch McQuadyKy For particulars ad Â¬ enter -- Good Â¬ Farming Land Breckenridge AHMBKSTAKB MOTICU I have soo bush els of white French artichokes for tale Five bushels is sufficient to plant an acre and will win Â¬ ter 40 hogs yielding on good land from 800 to 1000 bushels An absolute preventative ol cholera and keeps hogs In such thiifty condition that it la al Â¬ most impossible for di use to lake hold of them Scad hi your order and remittance now if you want them and I will ship Iheut April 1st 60c pet bushel or 5 bushels for S5a Dr IV W Foots Irvington Ky Wanted 100000 lbs of Tobacco Bring sam ples to Jas CASTORIA Tir TaJtmiii am4 Cannel Coal Co Chllta Louisville Ky aM Pfell I at M MVkUarlWii Ul 1 1 Bfl atKaM warn aataaf a er44jf68S3f km iviaz bat I in UNI i tm 1RJttKENRIDfiE News VminmM maiioii o n QM u8 West Point Booming h hi drummer was to see Mr Hllf last week Mies Eva Richardson who has been confined to her bed for some time is That Tired Feeling rapidly improving Overcomes us when Inferior preparations Prof E K Schulta and D W Burch are recommended by unscrupulous deal attended the Teachers Association at cio j uok no kuuu iu ruiey a uoney anut Guston and report a good time Tar Cough Syrup when we know the Mrs Lzzlo Willett who was stricken uniqualed merits of this great medicine with paralysis a short time ago is doing A R Fisher Clovorport It A Shell as well as mght be expected man Stephenaport j Gordon Haynes Sam Shacklett and Dora Hllf attended Buoklens Arnica Salve Patesville E A Witt Hardinsburg em The Best Salvk in the world for Cuts church at Hill Grove Sunday and dined And Dave caught em He had the Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fe-Â¬ with J H Shacklett and family DUKES thins pat He rushed out to the grounds Misses Hattie Warfiold Nellie Carrico ver Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chil- Â¬ followed by Conway The terms of sale blains Corns and all Skin Eruptions and Jiramie Lee Woolfolk were tho Good health is one of the blessing of were announced Dave mounted a nail and postively cures Piles or no pay re- guests of Nettie Carrico Saturday night this community key and set his tongue to wagging quired It is guaranteed to give perfect and Sunday S B Burnett and wife visited relatives satisfaction or money No time to spend talking about these refunded Price Casper Funk ono of Garretts swell lots gentlemen You know what they in Daviees county last woek 25 cents per box Fob Sale by Short est dudes lias accepted a position with are worth give me a bid Horace Lamb commenced teaching a Haynes Mr Hllf By diligent study and many Some fellow opened his mouth 14 singing class hero Saturday night continuous efforts on his part Casper will It was no sooner said than the lot was DORRITVS CREEK Good crowds from here have been at- Â¬ some day rank among tho leading men his And another was offered 35 was tending the meetings at Patesville of the day But wo anticipate that tots the number wanted a bid and ten The health of this community is gencourting so hard will lead to his Farmers are putting in good time all sale without another bid And so it downfall suitable weather in the way of farming erally good went on and in just 31 minutes by the Our industrious and enterpiising rner The outlook for wheat is promising at Which is the best policy plenty of watch 60 lots had been sold for81102 chant C J Iieunsel has built up a was the quickest sale on record and money and everything high or every- Â¬ this writing It Mr Editor your correspondent from trade here that anyone should be proud Dave Henry did it The beauty about thing cheap and no money to buy the whole thing was that all the money That little exercise we are expecting Freedom was mistaken in regard to R He located here about three years ago notes and deeds were closed up and Con to have with the Dons would only give M Davis having given up all hope of and by strict attention close economy way had his commission left on the us a good appetite for an early break- Â¬ marrying and settled down to keep honesty and fair dealing has been very And anyone in want of dry batch Mr Davis is still living in hopes successful train before 0 oclock that night for his fast of again entering into the bliss of matri- Â¬ goods and groceries would do well to see home in Owensboro A short crop last yepUlid sound him before going elsewhere West Point is a rattling good town ospf tf n0 y mony money coming in en Hoping the items from this place may Old Father Kennedy held his annual says Conway to each other aru tuuMrg uy people birthday meeting last Thursday Father escape tho waste basket and that they think that one at a time would bo more What Shall We Sow for Hay Kennedy is 83 years old and has been an may be of interest to some I have re easier digested Dr I V Ioolo in Farmers Home Journal active christian for more than 05 years solved to send them in anyway After Weunderstood the stock law will be May he still be spared to many years of many vain and continuous efforts the In Feb 10th issue of your paper Mr name of our post office has been changed J II Burrow of lenneesee writing un- Â¬ voted on In this county Hancock at usi fullness der above heading says The army tho November election While there A very arge preparation is being made from Pennabaker to Groveland and all worm of 18 ruined all the timothy and are men that are opposed to a stock law for a tobacco crop in this neighborhood mall should be directed to Groveland herds grass meadows and the drouth of we believe there are a majority in favor The infant child of Jas A Hook and Groveland is a Halving littio city sit ti1897 our clover and suggests oat hay as of it wife was buried at Freedom Feb 28 nted in the broom sage region of Meade a substitute or the best way out of the James Badger who has been clerking Our sympathy is extended to parent and county which is located at the foot of difficulty for the next year at least and in 0 B Johnsons store at this place friends Buck Knob The population of this place is not so great as other towns of concludes his article by asking Who went to Evansville Sunday where he Jas II Allen and Charles Robblns are minor importance else can tell us what to raise for hay 7 will make his future homo especially tho male Finley Well this reminds me of a stale old Burnett will use the yard stick and still in the hog business We wish them portion as all of the men have gone to joke told on the two darkles that laid a count the hen fruit for tho customers success take up arms against Cuba or have gone Dave Roberts oi the Sample neigh- Â¬ to seek their wealth in the Alaskan gold wager as to who could guess tho best awhile borhood was with us yesterday thing to eat When it was decided that fields The man that doesnt get down on his Uncle Joe should have the first guess he knees and ask the law maker of the Thomas Hook our blacksmith will McQUADY promptly responded loesuiu and sweet universe to direct his course here on devote his time wholly to the farm this Dab taters said Sambo I gib it earth is not the man that should bo season up He never let nuflln forme to guess The telephone line talked of from Sheriff llurton was here Monday chosen by the people to establish our I think that the oat hay fully and national laws Hardinsburg to Webstor would run W D Wilson went awheel to Hardins Â¬ happily solves this problem All that It is an evident fact that it will take a through this place The farmers in this burg Saturday you have said is good and I should not better financial system than the gold neighborhood are anxious for its conSherman Ball Hardinsburg attended venture a word of comment if I were not standard to restore confidence in the struction church hero Sunday certain that oat hay when it is oat iiay minds of Albert Jarret who has worked fqr tho young ladies at least they Mr Lea Pate and family Kirk were in the strict sense of the word is entitled havent a little bit of confidence in a Horace Yates for the past two years will here Saturday and Sunday to more praise than you have even ac- Â¬ young man being able to support a wife work for Caz Armes this year corded it Nat Ball is recovering from quite a theee times The politics of this place Is much severe attack of stomach Hoards Dairyman has for years placed trouble Wn heard a good Repiiblicansay that divided We believe that if men would it far abend of timothy hay and second J W Pate visited his parents Mr and only to the best early cut clover Then the United States wasnt able to fight trust more to God and less to man and Mrs 0 B Pate Mattingly Friday give more time to work times would be comes our present most efficient and Spain and pay the immence pension Thos Bowman with his winsome brido bill Wo would like to know if Congress bettc honorable Secretary of Agriculture Mr and his sister Mhs Minnie Bowman all Wilson testifying to its great value and hasnt the earno power to make money of Kirk attended church here Sunday trying to induce the farmers to make to carry on a war as it had in the days of Work on our now mill is going merrily Lincoln Abraham We will take one hay of oats on Frame is all up and the structure guess at it and say she ha if Wall street But there are four things in favor of will be ready for the roof by the middle oat hay that I want to especially empha Â¬ will let it of the week The person owning or having in their size Thos Ryan and daughter Ilettlr of 1st Its nitrogenous value as a food care tho Jim Johnson cow she Is red Tarfork hoarded the train here Monday containing 4 3 per cent of protein while with white face and white stripe aong for Louisville where Miss Hettie gies to timothy hay only coutains 3 per cent of the back and has a pedigree as a first Mr E D Jenkins of Lithonia Ga class jumper will save interest and hide says that his daughter Ida inherited a have her oyes treated protein severe case of Eczema which the usual 2d It can be saved with lees expense by keeping Iter out of this neighborhood Mrs Juda D lunette and daughters than if the oat crop is allowed to ripen as she is teeth g the limits of good nature mercury and potash remedies failed to Misses Annie and Juds Mrs Barnoy relieve Year by year she was treated and cut and bound in tho usual way and of the farmers of this section with various medicine external appli- Â¬ Squires and Miss Amelia Squires Har Â¬ then after it is stored in the mow we Mollle cations and internal remedies without dinsburg are visiting Mrs No Griping or Pains result Her sufferings were intense DcJarnette and her condition grew steadily worse BABYS SMOOTH FAIR SKIN Arrowsmith 111 Jan 21 1807 Wedding bells are still chlmh g in our All the so called blood remedies did not Dear Sirs I have been bothered for seem tc reach the dis Â¬ midst and thuir tone though always A Grateful Mother Writes this Letter 15 years with constipation and I have ease at all until S sweet Is refclly growing rather monoto- Â¬ SS was given when Tells all about Her Troubles when tried many preparations durirg that an improvement nous so constantly and fir such a long time I commenced using Dr Caldwells Baby Broke out with Sorofula Sores time have they been ringing We have was at once noticed Syrup Pepsin In the fall of 185 and un The medicine was to chronicle four marriages since our last At the age of two months my baby continuecd with fav- Â¬ communication three of them elope- Â¬ began to have sores break out on his right hetitali gy ray it Is the best remedy I orable results and ever found for my trouble No griping Â¬ On Thursday March 3rd in cheek We used all the external ap now she is cured ments Your etc plications that we could think or hear of or pains after taking sound and well her Louisville Mr Lion M Miller and Mss Wm Hurt to no avail The sores spread all over one skin is perfectly Hebecca Wilson were married returning sido of his face Wo consulted a physi Â¬ Cliaa C Martin druggist clear and pure and on Friday via Cloverport to the home of she has been saved cian and tried his medicine and In a week from what threat the brother of the bride Mr G S Wil Â¬ the soti v as gone Hut to my surprise in Advice son On last Wednesday night Mr Dave ened to blight her life forever two weeks more another scrofulous look Â¬ Itemember one thing that I am about SSS guaranteed purely vegetable Â¬ McClure and Miis Sallle Jolly eloped to ing tore appeared on babys arm It cures Eczema Scrofula Cancer Rheu Caunelton returning Thursday man and grew worso and worse and when be was to tell you said Senator Sorghum to the matism or any other blood trouble ambitious young man It is a rule that three raoatha old I began giving him It is a real blocd remedy and always wife Sunday night their example wmÂ¬ followed by two other couples Mr For cures even after all else fails Hoods SarwparJIla I also took Hoods la well worth remembering What is It sir garMpsrllla and before the first bottle rest Miller aud Miss Jennie Duncan Mr Never do anything that your con- Â¬ was finished the sorts were well and have Dudley Miller and Mlsa Anna Ball May science may reproach you for Hire Bern wtwraed Jletanowouryearsold lifes richest bes iogs attend them he has never had any sign of those somebody else to do It Washington Take a blood remedy lor a Wood dieape a tonic1 wont cure ft serefulcHM eeres aiace he was cured by Star books Heeds 8fMparllla for which I feel very YonrlispiilneM It ronr sirenetaj 11 our be ltb Whooping cough Is the most distress onOur plh Hend mid Throut clour end bsaltstr blood and grateful My hoy owes his good health ing malady but its duration can be cut skin diseases aad smooth fair skin to this great med short by the use of One Minute Cough mailed a free to J VVbotiw Farming Jeise Mm Get oaly Hoods Cure which is also the best known reme too Detawstre dy for croup atul all ung and brotKhlal Co Atlanta flf prnni efficient nd us flOOCrS Hi US fiuy m caret UcenU trembles Short cVUayaee Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ It is a very rare cam whea you hear o a town being on a boom fa thin day and time But AVest loisft la an exception hathta respect Oaly last Saturday that town was in a great Hurry and had the abearance of a regular western boom twB There were tlireo or four hundred people on the streets They wero nerv olw and restless They walked two and 16 up and down the streets They wero watching and waiting men and women 014 and young large and small anxious ly waiting for the hour announced for tile big sale of lots in the Geogbagan addition The secret of all this commo tion gftjw out of the fact that It M Con way had been in the town for more than a week talking town lots and the big sale He had advertised it near and far lie had platted the addition both on paper and on the grounds lie had aorated it abroad on the trees and house tops trains and boatp that evtry town in the United Stales had been going down hill except West Point and it had been gradually growing not only one day in the year but every day That new residences had been bulltthat new stores bad been erected that people were rush ingto the town and had to rush out again all because there were no bouses to rent All this nice talk tho people readily swallowed and they actually thought there was an eldorado just in sight When tho hour of 230 p m arrived Saturday the Atdl ion was literally cover- Â¬ ed with people They were wild Keen to buy and that quickly Conway was in the background Some one said to him go on Mr Conway the bidders are on hand and waiting for you Just let em wait said Mr Conway In the meantime Conway had Dave Henry the auctioneer in a closed room drilling him for the occasion Dave knew just ho v it was done But says Conway this must be done quickly Catch em a comir g an a gwine Itush Â¬ rscape the ex ton -- lye rodent ravages incurred on most farms as rats will not tnplcst it 3d How shall we mako oat hay I will try to be plain now In the first place select rich groundjand then sow two and a half bushels of seed per aero and put them in nicely then as soon as the oats head out and begin to bloom they are ready for the mowing machine fio not evon wait for the top gralhs to turn ripe but cut early when in bloom and Ufore the grain begins to form then give dpe and one half or two days hot sun when it Is ready to rake and store away in the mow This is first class oat hay and relished by all kinds of stock tf you allow tho oats to rlpon more be fore cutting it is not oat hay as I under stand it but approaches more nearly oats and -- traw One morepolnt in favor of early cut ting and a big one too is this it you have sown the land to clover you will save the young clover nine times out of ten by cutting tho oats two weeks earlier than they would be cut for grain Why is this Simply because the oat grain is made very quickly and to mature it more water is needed than for any other crop in so short a time and unless it is very seasonable about the time the crop is made all the moisturo in the ground is taken up by the larger plant or oat while the young plant or clover must inevitably perish Now in conclusion I will say that I would not have a crop of oats bound at all if feed was what I wanted even though you did it free of charge Oat hay cut it green cure it well and store in the barn and you will realize more from it than in any way I know of Dr P W Foots Irvington Ky Feb 22 Â¬ PELLVILLE Clay Moeoley has been very sick but is now better Sam Bruner has gone into tho dry goods business here T D Hale has gone to Bowling Orecn to attend school Farmors have put in goo J time hern sowing oats lately Sheriff Stephens of Hawesvlllp was here last Wednesday Mlley Long and family will movo to Evansrllle next week James Lafoe of Yelvington was hero on business last week Rev It T Bruner and wife of Owens- Â¬ boro visited horn last week V M Moeeley was raised to the sub- jlimo degree of a Master Mason Saturday night The largest crop of tobacco ever plant Â¬ ed here will be planted this year jf the season suits Mr Short and wifeof Henderson visit- Â¬ ed her parents Mr and Mrs ThomaB Jett last week M Moseley was elected Prosecuting Attorney for the Pellvllle moot house at a recent meeting Albert Belle wol Owensboro was bore last woek and sold one of his storehouses to Sam Bruner It will soon bo time for tho Pellvllle Woe and Misery club to reorganize and get down to business Rev J D Hocker of Fordsville was called as pastor of the church here the fourth Saturday in February for another year Interest in the Sunday school here is increasing and when good weather sets in it will be tho foremost school of its kind in the county George May Ensor lias an interesting class here in instrumental music com- Â¬ posed of Henry Skinner Adams Huwes Will Newman Bion Moseley E P Harrison Guy Temple Estell Berry and Miss Katie Temple IUDER TROUBLE Tho bladder was created for one pur Â¬ pose namely a receptacle for urine arid as such it is not II -- bio to any form of disease except by one or two ways The first way is from Imperfect action of the kidneys The second way is from care- Â¬ less local treatment of other diseases N YMMtcti Is me age 100 age ipat Mpu pre Shoe rAWVVf Our Remnant Bargain Counter Is overflowing with good things Ladles we Invito you to Inspect kid Â¬ Unhealthy urine from neys la the chief causo of badder troubles It is comforting to know that Dr Kil- Â¬ mers Swamp Root fulfills every wish in quickly curing bladder and urinary trou- Â¬ bles It corrects frequent calls inability toholduiine and scalding or slinging pain in passing it or bad effects follow- Â¬ ing the use of liquor wine or beer and lovercomes that unpleasant necessity of ibelng compelled to get up many times during the night to urinate The mild and extraordinary effect of Dr Kilmers Swamp Root is soon to bo reallzad It stands the highest for Its wonderful cures of tho moot distressing cases If you need a medicine you should have the best At druggists 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 tho bottle Mention the Bkkckknrioos Nkws and send your address to Dr Kilmer Co N Y Tho proprietors of this paper guarantee the genuineness of this offer iriiMrsiNr fhii unhealthy Just received New Line of WALL PAPER Jut on hand and thrsHQh taking stack and they find they have teomaay needa have orders frem headquarter te Cut Prices Read eur Cut Prloes BeleW and Reduce Stock nt 2ie Curry Combt at U N T Spool Cotton lle- toe Curry Comb Notions u looCnmfotUat II00 Blanket at 4c - Shoe tltuih Oc KnlttltiRSilk 5c I dot horn Collar Rutton- Oc Nice Arron Gingham 3c j foot lloiwrod Kule 7c Itogerl Tea Spoons et 1 00 Ufic Ladies Ota ntcr 1510 Hn ic dROOKRIES iSlb lnre LtriT 3lbtgnod Green Coflce 8 Ibt Granulated Sugar f lb ran Polks Tomatoea doe Tea at wtips and Sauceri tet Tumblers per set Pint Tin Cups Prying Pans Aibucttla coder 1 Ibt Jbr and HHbbcra IOC HaUanttCtcUhlHaT goc 19c loo a5c igc igc 8c Children Itubbeis at Ladies Rubbers at Childrens Shoes nt Ilaby Shoes at Ladies Sample Shoes ftopnlr Mens Hoots nt Hoys Sample Shoes tlno goc GoC igc goc Dots Salts wort ft coat age Hoys Hsu worth 6oc at worth f J at Sjgo Mens Or rconts Mens Overcoats worth f io at 668 2 AO Mens Suits at At Cost Mens lists BAc ic loc 3 packages of person only Coffcotoone Ladles Capes Reduced Prom 1 to 80o X BRANDENBURQ HARDIN COUNTY El bethtown News KENTUOKY s JW mt GLENDEANE Dr Dempster went to Loulsyllle Mon Â¬ day Dick Owen went to Fordsville on busi Â¬ ness Monday Miss Maud Hetden of Fordsville is visiting at the Mattingly House Mrs Joe Mattingly leaves to day for tlarned where she will visit relatives Mr and Mrs Dick Owen visited Mrs Owonsold home Tho Heights Sun day Mr Cos Rhodes has sold his property in town to W C Moorman and has quit business Mlea Fannie Green spent Saturday and Sunday with Misses Edna and Georgia Robertson Miss Alma Mattingly and her friend Miss Hedden enjoyed a trip to the coun- Â¬ try Saturday Miss Sallie Darst of Big Clifty arrives to day to visit her brother foreman of tne briige crow Walks rides drives were popular Sat Â¬ urday and Sunday the weather being too fine for staying indoors Mies Vannah Overton was in Glen deane Saturday She thinks of entering school somewhere this spring Lewis Kincheloe and Misa Annin T Jernett drove down from Hardinsburg ounuay to see Bliss Irene Board Mr Jessie L Owen and son Silver Dick made an 1800 sale of catJe to Hardin county parties last week Mies Irene Board and Miss Bessie Moorman were guests of Miss Nannie Fisher last Saturday and Sunday Miss Hattie Brown who has spent several months with Mrs Dewees re Â¬ turned last week to her homo in DavitM county Miss Amanda Dcano camo home Monday after having spent the winter in Louisvillo Sho has lately been visiting at Bardstown The bridge crews work upon the brid Â¬ ges and Matbeneys work on the rest of the road makes the Branch look now and doubly safe Jesso Moorman Jr was In Hawesville and Ovensboroapartof lost week but returned in time to make two cills on his best prior to this writing Tom Moore of McDanies was here Sunday To know Tom means to be his friend and many are the latch strings hanging on the outside for him R G Robertson recently said Im writing an unusually larga number of policies now Life insurance is one oi the bfgst things in this big country Miss Mary Mattingly ono of our successful schoolmarms is in attendance a Utopia now Her earnestness as student speaks her recommendation as tcache1 List weeks News was surely a model for a county paper It was oyeifliwlng with ues orrvspondencp aud all that a publication of its character should con tain Mrs Dewees is in LouiByille this week laying In a stock of millinery and other spring goods Mr Ddwets tells me that there spring purchases will be tho big Â¬ gest they have tvjr made Â¬ -- Mr and Mrs Kendall wero coming to town Saturday morning when the wagon overturned throwing Mrs Kendall out and breaking her leg just below the knee joint One piece of bone broke through the ll tsb making a very ugly wound to dress Drs Allen and Iteesor were called to set tho bone GR0VELAND The other day Will Stader was in town and told a most remarkable fish story Deferred from lait week He says that the pond at 8tephensburg is Andrew Cameo and DlckDowell went so full of fish that at certain times in the to Louisville Wednesday Bummer when the water gets very hot Mr Weymuth the popular grocery the fish hldo in the grass to avoid the KEPOIVra MARKET Ornln and Stock Quotations For March fl Irtr York Beef Family 110 0811 00 extra mess 0 00810 GO Out meats 8 008lo packed Pickled shoulders Nckled bellies B Lard 4ic pickled hams Old mess 10Western 78 steam 5 40 1ork cream Western dairy 12Q20c Uutter err 14V4EI21c do factory ll14c Cheese -- State large 8W38Xc small OOVic part Eggs skims 4U5ttCi full skims 2Q3 State and Pennsylvania 10c western fresh 18V4e Corn 37c Oats 32c Whcnt Sl 07 Ityc fJOc 3v 7c 1lttsbur 4 70 4 0036 00 good Cattle Choice 4 4034 03 fair 4 20 4 80 tidy butchers 3 60 3 B04 CO heifers common Q4 35 2 0OQ4 00 4 40 bulls stags and cows fresh cows 20240 4 2SQ4 30 medium- Hogs Yorkers 3 103 15 3 83 gras ers 4 8XS4 35 fair heavy 4 1034 23 rough 3 0OQ3 GO pigs k heat and you can catch them with your hands He says that he and Ed Cox made a big catch this way once Some ono asked him if the fhh got on the bank to graze and this nearly killed him Of course he meant tho grass growing In the water but the boys wont have it that way and as he offers to provo the story by Ed Cox it is a go Bud Ashlock has been nearly dying nith jealousy since those big fiiah stories appeared in the News recently and the other day he got Quince Johnson oil to Flem one side and told him this one Cook a noted negro fisherman on Nolin set ids pole the night with a minnow on it An eel came along and swallowed the minnow and got caught A catfish tried to swallow the eel when this slippery specimen got his tail out through the catfishs gills and wrapped himself around the fishs head The next morn irg when Flem took up his pole he had n catfish that weighed twelve pounds and four ounces with the eel wrapped about his bead as described Miss Ella Duvalls entertainment was the most brilliant musical affair ever 3 80Q3 00 4 8535 00 good Sheep Choice 4 75 fair 4 404 00 common 5 75Q6 85 4 00 lambs 4 65 3 DtKtS Chicago 3 85iQ3 85 cows and Beeres 3 60Q 2 0033 80 Texas steers 3 0OQ5 40 stockers and western 4 75 feeders 3 3034 65 3 O0Q4 17 Light mcdlums Hogs 3 8034 02 heavy 4 003410 rough 3 40 Cattle heifers Sheep and Iambs Choice sheep fair 4 2034 40 common 4 10 exports 3 00 choice lambs 4 CO CO 04W- Q3 00 3 309 3 254J 4 COO 6 Whcat 1 Ityc 40V4c Corn 2Sic Oats 20Jc given here and the improvement in a number of the pupils proves Miss Duvall to be a thoroughly up to date teacher in West Point correspondent The pro Â¬ gramme was a very lengthy one and altogether deligblfulconsi8ting of Instrumental and Vocal Music Recitations Duets and Irios by Misses Ella Duvall Caarlo Williams Bortha Crittenden Liz zie Applesate Ida Williamp Etta Bar nett of Vine Grove Hallie Paynter Annie Oimes and Ernest Applegate and Guy McClure The young ladies wore beautiful toilets and looked lovely Mis Ida Williams wore Carnations and all the others American Beauty Roses Â¬ lluffttlo 4 604 CO shipping Cattle Butchers 5 20JJ5 40 good 4 0534 85 best steers 3 KKB4 00 stockers and cows and heifers 3 6004 85 feeders Hogs Yorkers 4 3034 32 roughs com3 C0iQ3 85 mediums aud mon to good heavies 4 15 pigs 4 10 Sheep and Lambs Sheep extra 4 859 5 005 15 common 4 00 good prime 5 7035 80 2 CQ3 00 cholco lambs Cleveland 4 10 medi Hogs Yorkers and light ums and heavies 3 10 stags and roughs 3 0033 30 Sheep and Lambs Sheep 3 0OQ4 40 lambs 4 2735 60 3 00 Cattle Steers 3 75JJ4 50 heifers 2 0023 60 4 00 cows and bulls Cincinnati Corn No 2 Wheat No 2 red OSc Oats No 2 mixed 28c Ityo mixed 31c -- 64c Lard 3 00 Bulk neats 5 10 Bacon -- 5 00 Cattle 2 5034 73 Hogs 3 3534 15 Sheep 3 0034 75 Toledo Wheat OOc Corn 31ViC Oats 27tfc 3 07c Uyo 52c Clove seed Â¬ Â¬ i ii 1 Butter Fancy creamery 21322c Fresh 13Vic Ilaltlmoro Eggs THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE Lung Troubles and ConsumptlpaJSan Cured I dT VALLEY HOME Prepare for war A S Ashcraft went to Louisville Sun Â¬ day Mrs W Hardin spent Tuesday with Mrs Bell Ashcraft Miss Eddlo Brown is visiting her aunt Mrs T It Bandy Custer Miss L Ada Bandy was tho gutst of Mrs Bell Ashcraft last week Misses Sallle and Delia Hardin Locus Lawn attended church at Paynesville Sunday Miss Mapgle and Nannio Cowloy at tended the Teachers Association at Gus- Â¬ ton last Saturday Mltses Mapgle and Gornett Livers were the guests of Miss L Ada Bandy at Val- Â¬ ley Home Sunday evening Miss Ellen Munford is certainly a splondid vocalist and her singing clearly demonstrates the fact that her voice is well cultivated Mltses Minnie and Lula Bland Bran dondurg were the guests of MUs Florence Anderson at her beautiful country home last Saturday and Sunday We wish our old friend and neighbor Mrs Dave Henry success in her under takiig We understand she will open millinery store at West an Point There will be a past ofllcs established at Sandy Hill to be called Ashcraft Our charming young friend Mlsa Mata Ashcraft will be poht mlstnsi Little over one year ago I was In this neighborhood aud sent some items to the dear old Nuws from Valley Home and during my travels lant summer I noticed several pieces In the messeng r from that place when really it must have been from Ball Knob as it gave the news from that place J N Helt the photographer never lias been at Valley Home but is with his parents o i the hill Iq this country In the lovely month of June wo see the young people pre Â¬ paring the little ones for childrens day And now my dear young friends there la another June day we would have yoa celebrate and that is old folks day I Know the good people of Guston Irving toa Bewleyvlllti and Webster would be delghed to lend a hand to so good a cause to se the dar ones over MvetUy enjoying themselves recall I Bg by goee days and the dear young ladies prepar Â¬ ing a nice picnic dinner for them and to Bwevtbeir der faetw light up with pleas Â¬ ure to think they had aotbeen forgottfH Let u bear from others on this sabjeet Â¬ te Â¬ II Â¬ - An Eminent New York Chemist and Scien- tist Makes a Free Offer to Our Readers Tho distinguished New York chemist T A Slocum demonstrating his discov- Â¬ ery of a reliable and absolute cure for Consumption pulmonary Tuberculosis and all brouchial throat lung and chest diseases stubborn coughs catarrhal affections general decline and weakness lots of flesh and all conditions of wast ingaway will send THHEE FREE BOT TLES ail different of his Now Discov- Â¬ eries to any afllictcd reader of tho Bceck knkiuok News writing for them His New Scientific Treatment has cured thousands permanently by its timely use and lie considers it a simple professional duty to suffering humanity to donate a trial of his infallible cure Science dally develops new wonders and this great chemist patiently experi- Â¬ menting for years has produced results as beneficial to humanity as can be claimed by any modem genius His as Â¬ sertion that lung troubles and consump Â¬ tion are curable in any climate is proven by heartfelt letters of gratitude filed in his American and European labors tor ies in thousands from those cured in all parts of the world Medical experts concede that bran Â¬ chial chest and lung troubles lead to Consumption which uninterrupted means speedy and certain death Simply write to T A Slocum M 0 08 Pine street New York giving poet olllcfi and express address aud the free medicinn will be promptly sent SufferÂ¬ ers should take instant advantage of ills generous proposition Please tell the Doctor that you sawlila offer iu the Breckenriwib N tbi WANTCB AUCNTM Soldier In the CIvH Yvr A over iim etc The l Iru deeswar book ever pabluhei and SlMlelSHii that justice to jhn Cnnled rite soldier and the cause h fugbt lor AKtnts wanted everywhere to fell this book oa cur new and easy cUn Many of the lady aqd gentleman aeui whn re at work are makinc from per to month Vetera Sons and Daughters of Vet- Â¬ erans and others interested aie rcuu sted to send lor a b autilul lllutlratrd deicilptlye circular teims to Rens Addicss Covaiax irre andJosP intjhuCo Loulssllle Ky and contasoo paces 13X1 Inches Maps Urge Battle Scmcj Portrait The Confederate m Eczema All Her Life 1 Miss Nellie Moorman and Miss Ella Robertson went to Falls of RUgh Satur- Â¬ day to participate in an entertainment given for the benefit of the Sunday school at that place A letter received last week from Hon D H Smith iufirms us that sometime prior to June 1699 an appointment to West Point will be made from tho Fourth Congrerslonal District Some ambitious Breckenridge boy is eutitled to it if he will make himself ready An opportun- Â¬ ity of a life time is presented to somebody between seventeen and twenty two If Father Time could call back some years and patch up a spot of baldness the wiiter would be ait applicant for the place A Soap bath with Cosmo Buttermilk txqulsltf ly scented is soothing and Sold everywhere bem iloial A Colored Deacons Idea Atlanta Constitution TpfflS1 I think said the old colored deacon dat all dis war talkdat gwin on Is a sin sgn de won c mn ter a end Whut do de Bible say Dar shall be wars en rumors er wars en earthquakes in diveis placec Eo you may call de blowln up er de Maine a earthquake en dont you see dal de Guvment has done given di- Â¬ vers places ter fin oat whut done it The Sub may shine brightly and the birds may aiBg their aweetfetsorrg i bat if your stomach a not right there ie bo happl bom for you Keep a beUle of Dr Cald Â¬ wells Syrup FepelR la tl hotwe and we it according to directtene and the sin and birde will not shlse In vala Ooaetlpatloa aad IntHaeeHo emretL Trial Diss lOe 10 doses and in fifle aad f 100 bottles Of Ohas 0 Martin A Real Blood Remedy lodletmefeta Far THttHUev bt YOUR FORTUNE -- fc m 1 1 m Â¬ J5 S Columbus Ind March 7 The grand Jury returned true bilk of1atVletuit for murder In the feet degree s gainst akd Mil Wlllram Kaltht for aMotl lag bis wife Feb 36 and James Lewie tor sivoetlMK aad kUHag John William K 11 For a perieot complexion and a erne- haalthy akin tue Ooetno BvtttirnUl Soap Bold everywhere