You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
The Breckenridge news: March 30, 1898 The Breckenridge news 300dpi TIFF G4 page images John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1898 brc1898033001_sn86069309 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Breckenridge news: March 30, 1898 The Breckenridge news John D. Babbage Cloverport, KY 1898 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE BRECKENRIDHE NEWBI ALL THR NEWS THATS KIT TO PRINT VOL XXII 5r CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY CONGRESSIONAL SUMMARY Â¬ MARCH 30 1898 tern of ninrquo In ho old fashion but would follow the oinmplo of tho king of Prussia in commissioning all mcrohnnt fhlps ns part of tho United States navy It Spnln does not wish to follow suit lot her WALTLIt Weujuan do n4 sbo likes DESPERATE STRUGGLE ISetwton Ux Andltnr Julius ami a Ilobber on the IIIbIiwkt NO 37 Royal makes the food pure i PRESIDENT McKINLEV DETERMINED To Put An End to The Cuban War No Matter What Happens THE DONS WANT AN ARMISTICE It is Said This is Desired That They May Make the Necessary Preparations For Hostilities Â¬ In the Benate Washington March 22 In the sen ate Mr Qalllnger announced he would address the senate on the Cuban ques- Â¬ tion The senate then debated tho Alaskan civil government bill until 2 p m when It gave way to the national quarantine bill Washington March 23 National quarantine bill discussed Senator Hannas credentials for tho term begin- Â¬ ning next March presented by Senator Foraker Washington Marcn 24 Sidney P Eppes from the Fourth Virginia dis Â¬ trict was unseated and R T Thorp given his place Washington March 25 Sonator Thurston paints a vivid picture of his observation In Cuba In the llouse Washington March 22 The house debated the Thorp R versus Eppes D contested election case from the Fourth Virginia district The naval appropriation bill carries a total of 135683058 PRIVATEERING How II Would Affect Our Mcr wholesome and delicious chant Alnrinc Nollesvlllo PARIS CONVENTION OF Ind March 26 1856 er Audltor Taylor John was on his way homo a masked assailant Jumped from behind a telegraph polo nnd pointing a revolver at him commanded him to throw up his hands Johns grappled with tho robber and a desperate strug- Â¬ gle ensued Many blows wcro struck but neither gained an advantage ex- Â¬ cept that John prevonted tho stranger from firing his weapon When they fell to tho ground tho re- Â¬ volver was discharged the ball strik ing Johns anklo and shattering the bones He still fought desperately nnd succeeded in getting possession of tho revolver when the highwayman mado a hasty retreat Johns Injury Is of a nnturo that necessitates tho am- Â¬ putation of his foot Â¬ While kOV4 Why the United Stntes Was Not a Party to That Agreement -- A One Sided Compact That POWDER Absolutely Puro DID NOT SAFEGUARD soyal UKisa Kiwotn co stw vomc OUR INTERESTS BETTER THAN JAIL i L AN INCLINATION TO GRANT THIS The Spanish Minister of Foreign Affairs Expresses the Belief That A Rupture Between Spain and the United States Can Hardly Be Avoided organized to receive subscriptions Spe- Â¬ cial theatrical preformances are an- Â¬ nounced the receipts of which are to be devoted to this purpose The Duke of Veragua who knows President McKlnley personally Is re- Â¬ ported as saying President McKlnley does not inspire me with confidence He thinks himself the first statesman in the world He 1b proud and vain and his great vanity makes him believe himself a Napoleon when in reality he Is an Ignorant sutler It is said that the Conservatives in- Â¬ tend to propose that the troops in the interior of Cuba should withdraw to the cost until the autonomists and sep- Â¬ aratists arrive at an agreement but It Is not expected that the cortes will en- Â¬ tertain such a proposal The situation In Cuba Is declared to be much Im- Â¬ proved Spain Ha No Hope fe Washington March 28 President McKlnley is firmly determined to end the Cuban war in a peaceable way 1 possible by force if necessary Spain realizes this and has asked the United States to secure an armistice with the Cubans to allow her reasonable time to come to an understanding It can be stated upon high authority that there has been no abatement of the presidents intention to see that the war is terminated upon terms that will render the Cubans practically a free people It is not believed that they will accept anything less nor that Americans will bo satisfied If we should encourage a settlement that would not bo acceptable to the Cubans If there should now be an armistice it would be with the concession made by Spain at the Instance of this coun- Â¬ try that negotiations should be opened Immediately with the Insurgents look- Â¬ ing to the establishment of a perma- Â¬ nent peace upon these terms It has long been the hope of the ad Â¬ ministration to bring Spain to the point of making propositions of this charac- Â¬ ter as the basis of a settlement most satisfactory to all parties and it is hoped from Spains attitude that this tlm has arrived The friends of the administration feel that the situation is a very delicate one and that much will depend upon the course congress may pursue In the meantime the president will on Wed Â¬ nesday send his message asking that an appropriation be made for tho aid of the destitute Cubans IHUFF KBIT UP SpanLh Editors Say They Can Whip the United State Madrid March 28 Commenting on the probabilities of war with the Unit- Â¬ ed States El Imparclal says It is indispensable to get ready all tho elements we possess for a naval fight and it is urgent that the fleet should go to Cuba The United States will maintain the advantage if they can placo seven iron- Â¬ clads in front of tho VIzcaya and the Almlrante Oquendo but when our two Ghlps actually have to fight this disad- Â¬ vantage will disappear before the skill and courage of our sailors The semi official El Olobo says At a time when the duration of tho war in Cuba is being brought to a close by force of arms and when peace is being restored by means of autono- Â¬ my the United States throws down the In mask which hid her ambition whose name are they going to establish Intervention and In the cause of what If save that of revolutionary bandits tbeUnlted States will put light to tho powder they have been heaping up so long thU Is an Inopportune time to do BO They will be unable to avert a trial of strength but they will soon sea themselves forced to Impose reasonable limits It behooves us then always to be In the right not only as a satisfac Â¬ tion to our consciences but as the very backbone of our energy The Spanish government which In ever case will meet the demands Im Â¬ posed upon It by the exigencies of the situation Is today absolutely In thg right and will make tho right known st any cost El Tlempo says If we must fight our means will not be to scanty that we can not show tho world how a nation fights In defenso of Its rights FATWIOTIO MOVEMENT CltlMM of Spain Will Katat Mouey Purchase Warship Madrid March 24 The latest Intel lfac frow tb United Kate has oc a4owd a groat patriotic moyeat throughout gpata A large number of persons have Mnouneed their Inten Â¬ tion to give up a days pay for services in order to ralee a fund to purchase a warhlp A committee oyer which the blfbop of Madrid will preside hai been U Madrid March 28 El Liberal re- Â¬ ferring to dispatches from Washington attributing to President McKlnley a decision to propose that Spain should free Cuba for an Indemnity says The government may answer what It pleases but the Spanish people as a whole will not deign to discuss this proposal Spain will go to war in ful- Â¬ filling her duty but not for ephemeral glories or tho desire of conquest Wo may emergo vanquished which Is somewhat doubtful but wo will never come out dishonored Spain Want an Armistice Washington March 28 Spain Is not ready to go to war and is urging tho United States to give her more time She wants to land her torpedo flotilla Tendered III Services at Porto Itlco and make other arrange- Â¬ Washington March 28 General Dan Â¬ ments Indications are that she will iel Butterfleld has advised tho secre- Â¬ be granted more time However it is tary of war that his old regiment the claimed the president has fully devel- Â¬ Twelfth New York has through Its oped his policy and will make no commander Colonel Leonard by let- Â¬ change except under extraordinary cir- Â¬ ter to tho governor of New York ten- Â¬ cumstances dered Its services for the war In case war comes Austria Is Not Karope x Romo March 28 Tho Marquis VIz Ituptore Seeini Inevitable contl Venosta the Italian foreign min- Â¬ Madrid March 28 Senor Gullon tho ister says the Cuban situation has minister of foreign affairs says an ex- Â¬ grown worse but that outside of Aus- Â¬ tremely threatening note has arrived tria which morally supports Spain for from Washington regarding the cessa- Â¬ dynastic reasons no European power tion of the war In Cuba He added Is Inclined to show practical sympathy No matter how one regards the affair for Spain Rlclottl Qaribaldl says that a rupture can now hardly be avoided if the United States will defray their Powder Mill Itesnmes Work expenses he will engage to send 40001 Kellogg W Va March 28 It Is Qarlbaldlans to Cuba stated on trustworthy authority that Iteport Will Ue a Model the Phoenix powder mills here which London March 28 The Pall Mall have been closed for four years will Gazette says the report on the loss of begin at once on account of a big or- Â¬ the Maine promises to bo a model of der from the UnltedStates what such a document should be The The Fort Slienttlienedi business of the board of Inquiry was Manilla Philippine IslandC March not to impute motives nor to find ex- Â¬ 28 The defenses and forts cuses but to set forth the facts as strengthened with a ylew hive been of guarding learned by them They have done so against a possible sudden sea attack and tho president will apparently pur- Â¬ to the Itesrue sue much the same line of business- Â¬ sutrl Vienna March 28 The like retlconce government Is negotiating for Will Work NlRlit antl Hay the uale of a war vessel to Spain Philadelphia March 28 Acting un- Â¬ A Uelectlte Shut der orders from tho navy department Valparaiso Ind March 28 Detec- Â¬ at Washington two of the old moni- Â¬ tive Stark of Chicago was shot through tors now at League Island navy yard the head at Shesterton while trying to the Catsklll and Nahant were placed arrest a gang of thieves whom he had In the dry dock for repairs All of the caught robbing Michigan Central monitors now at the navy yard will be frleght cars Tho robbers have so far repnlneU and put in condition for fight- Â¬ eluded capture Stark may die ing Three shifts will be placed at Itlver Still Kltluir work on the fighters so that work will Princeton Ind March 28 The wa continue day and night ter In the Wabash continues to rise at Marine Insurance Iucrraiil the rate of two thirds of an Inch an Doston March 28 1he demand for hour and the White and the Patoka marine Insurance has greatly Increased are rising at about the same rate within the past few days President Thousands of dolars wllj be lost to the Fuller of the Boston Marine Insurance bottom farmers company has recently written about 25 He5 a Mustier risks and Is dally receiving many ap- Â¬ Wallsc- - Dane one of GUnieanp plications In consequence of the threatening aspect of tho situation war grtsteet hastier una fold fifteen bin leu rates have been Increased 60 per cent Tliieietlie bet no ml Le oyer ratee prevailing two days ago liae mafia in HfteoH yean He reports that the fine troefota or wheat and Only Cbanea For Washington March St The one ray meadow trope will pweb ble ealea for of peaerla that BpeJa at the last Mo both Waders and mewete up to thirty mtmhlam Austro-Hun-garl- ment may offer a solution that will prevent war This proposition is that Spain will agree to set a definite near date before which she Is to pacify the islands by a form of autonomy or fall- Â¬ ing will withdraw her ships and troops and acknowledge the Independence of the island To Work Kxtra Time Washington March 28 Machinists In the gun shops at the navy yard will be required hereafter to work 12 hours a day The new order takes effect at midnight Sunday when a full force will begin and work continuously until A second shift will noon Monday work from noon until midnight and they will relieve each other from day to day riiyilrnl Examination Ordered Annapolis March 28 At dinner for- Â¬ mation at the Naval academy an order was read directing the first class of ca- Â¬ dets to report at the medical depart- Â¬ ment for physical examination pre- Â¬ paratory It Is supposed to sea orders It Is rumored here that Captain P H Cooper superintendent of the academy will bo detached In a few days and given some other employment Then War Muit Follow Madrid March 28 Spain will not only refuse to allow American lnterfer ierenco in assisting the suffering Cu- Â¬ bans but will dccllno to pay Indemnity unless it is shown unmistakably that the Spanish authorities were responsi- Â¬ ble for thn Maine explosion It Presi- Â¬ dent McKlnley demands thuso two things war Is unavoidable Iac I i over before European nowspnpors nro sug geatlng thnt tho United Statoa is in bad company bocouso this nntlon refused to assent to tho Inrls convention abolishing privateering Nearly all of the maritime nations signed this OKreoment tho only oxooptlons besides tho United States being Mexico Spain and Uruguay Now tho European popors will hao it that if war conies between tho United States nnd Spain wo shall bo irnulo to suffer severely ALL PERISHED for our rofusnl to Join with tho remainder Edward llantinan and Family Tlurned to of tho civilized world In prohibiting prlvn toerlug They say wo shall suffer from tho Death In Their Uome plrncy of our foes nnd that wnr will Kent Minn March 28 Tho house bo carried on in n disgraceful the manner on of Edward Hansman was burned nnd both sides Soino of thceo criticising hnvo all tho family perished In the flames been cabled to this country nnd hnvo nt Including Mr Hansman his wife and trnotod attention at tho hands of Interna tional lawyers hero five children It Is well to remember howover thnt Mr Hansman went home late and prlvatccrlnit is nn old nnd honornhlo meth soon after the fire was discovered It od of fighting and that It hni produced was Impossible to render any assist- Â¬ names thnt stand high upon tho roll of ance as the family was suffocated and honor In tho achievements of Americans soon as an entry was made the whole upon tho hlh sons Our privateers novcr house was In flames The bodies were killed or Injured nonroslstnnts nud If wo shall all recovered burned almost beyond aro coinpolled again ns wo probnhly thoro not bo to Issuo ninrquo recognition Mr Hansman was a sa- Â¬ will bo no plrncyletters of sonso In which in tho loonkeeper that word Is generally understood This country hns no nccossity to go to school to Oppoed to a New Deal any or all the nations of Kuropo in order Valparaiso March 28 Reports from to learn lessons In humanity Wo do not Argentina that the government will fight unless necessity the paramount ne propose a new protocol with Chile have cessity of defending our honor our right aroused decided opposition of the press to our proper place In tho family of na and people They Insist that Chile has tionscompels us to do so And whon tlmo oomes wo shall uso our avail a sad experience with Argentine be- Â¬ thnt resources a bio cause of the way that government re- Â¬ Further than this n study of tho reasons spects them and Chile should not that lod to tho ndoptlon of tho 1nrN con new one but Insist on the vention and to tho rofusnl of the United think of a States to agree to it shows conclusively existing treaties being strictly fulfilled that there Is no necessity for any AmeriIlolery Company Falls can to blush for his countrys notion Muskegon Mich March 28 Tho The Iarl Convention Amazon Hosiery company has an- Â¬ Tho Paris convention wns adopted In nounced Itself financially embarrassed 1850 during tho Crimean wnr between and applied for appointment of receiv- Â¬ Itussia on tho ono hand and Knglnml ers C H Hackley and Thomas Hume France and Sardinia on tho other It was are sureties for the companys secured originated by the fear that Ilusslu would Issuo letters of marquo to tho great tluotsof 180000 Indebtedness Amounting to American merchant ships commissioning The concern has 225000 capital and them to proy on English nnd French comemploys 800 people It Is the largest merce In I860 Lord Clarendon British prima of Its kind In the world minister proposed to Mr Iluobnnnn our Bdltor Oeti a Verdict minister to Loudon thnt tho United States New Castle Ind March 25 Georgo should ngroo to n treaty between Franco H Stlnson who brought suit against and Great Drltaln providing that all cap Â¬ the Panhandle Railway company for tains of privateers and their crows should be considered ns pirates who bolng sub Injuries sustained while a passenger jects or oltlzons of ono of case being transferred to Madison who were noutrol shouldthothrro nations tho crillso ugnlnst county was awarded a verdict for either of tho thrco others whon belliger 1200 At tlmo of receiving the injury ent Mr Buohnnnn inndo n good many ob Mr Stlnson was editor of the Henry jections to this proposition tho chlof bcliitf County Republican thnt what wns ory advisable for Great White Cappers Warned Britain with her hugo navy would bo Bedford Ind March 25 The Law- Â¬ very Inadvisable for us with our small rence circuit court has adjourned until navy lrlvnteers would In some sort bul between tho two next term Judge Martin having heard anoo tho superiority in his second annual President Pierce of threats of white capping in this vi- Â¬ message to congress snld Should tho cinity took occasion to utter a warn- Â¬ leading powers of Europo concur In proing on the subject before closing court posing to oxempt private property on tho by stating that all such outbreaks will high seas from selzuro by publlo armed be punished to the full extent of his cruisers ns well as by privateers the United States will readily moot them on that power broad ground Later an amendment to tho Paris convention to this effect was Ten Miles Wide by the United States ns tho prlco of Elnora Ind March 28 White river offered Its adberonca and was declined by tho oth was 10 miles wide at this point and er nations the highest it has ever been since the A One Sided Convention great flood of 1875 A break In a levee It Is ovldont thnt tho European nntlon five miles above hero caused a big rise wlshod to go Just far onough to protect here The western part of Elnora was thoincelves and not far enough to protect completely submerged and the people tho United States Whon wo proposed the extension of tho prlnclplo so as to protect have moved out ourselves they bnckod out That Is all thcro Is to It Saved by a Matchbox Howover It Is moro than probablo thnt While Rochester Ind March 26 Us Is so tho Paris George Ream was hunting ducks on provisions conventionevaded drawn that tho oxcept In enn be Lake Manltou his gun was prematurely most objoctlonablo forms discharged the load passing through Privateers nro of four classes 1 naval his left Bide A matchbox caused the ofllccrs commissioned to command private shot to glance off otherwise It would vessels 8 merchant vessels under civilian officers commissioned to crulso against have been fatal a merchant vessels cruising tho enemy 4 vessels of neu without a commission Great Damage Done by n belligerent Vlncennes Ind March 26 Tho sit- Â¬ tral states commissioned belligerent to cruise ugnlnst another uation In the flooded districts here was Class 1 Is generally held not to bo for The Wabash river reached bidden by tho Paris convention and class critical the 20 foot mark The whole country 3 Is merely modified by it In 1870 whon was flooded Hundreds of people are France and Germany wcro at war tbo in distress and the damage Is incalcu- Â¬ king of Prussia Invited all German ship owners to placo thomsclves nnd their ships lable at tbo disposal of the fatherland Tho ofllccrs and crows were to enter the nnvy Lawitt of the Year New York March 28 The tendency for tho war wiur its uniform tako on of wnr and crulso as an of the stock market for the week hns oath to tbo articledFrance at onco protested auxiliary navy Â¬ been downward with the price moveto Urcnt Britain against tbls as uu evasion ment feverish closing week at average of tho Paris convention but Great Britain quotations the lowest of the year 1898 held that it was not such Class 8 is already forbidden by Interna The all Important factor throughout tional law or If not forbidden Is so very has been the Cuban question questionable that It has fallen into utter disuse Artillery Arrives Class 4 also seems to bo prohibited in Charleston S C March 28 A bat- Â¬ some law cases tery of artllery from St Francla bar- Â¬ most to tho by tho convention without refer enco Paris St Augustine arrived and was racks During our war with Mexico that countaken at once to the fortifications on try sent out agents to Kuropo particularly Sullivans island for reinforcement of to Spain with hundreds of blank com the garrisons there Mines are being missions to bo Issuod to any one who wanted them constituting tbcm privateers placed In the channel to proy on American commorco Secrotary Buchanan at onco wroto to our ministers Preparing For Sea Hongkong March 28 All tho Brit Â¬ in Europe refusing to rocognlie those com Â¬ thoso acting under ish warships are coaling and provision- Â¬ missions and warning bo tried as pirates they would them ing having been ordered to prepare for They that the hint and abundoned tbo took immediate readiness to go to sea The work navy yard here Is working day and Thus the only obange wrought by tho Perls eeavefltlon seems ta be that priva Â¬ sight teer mswIm and crews wut be sworn lette the servlee laeteed of morejy being plenty or aeaekrel for eainjiiliilgBsd m euoh under heavy IxmiU titnligeineer I A gimwlly n--U- ihe oth Â¬ to etjMerve hiteraetloAel lews Wl-BesMee although Mt ooiiipsslsa there gut r er twe Met reesoaeWy eerteja that hi eeee of u wflgd mikmm tot- Wtttfce Vfttttf Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Washington March 23 Naval ap- Â¬ propriation bill reported Thorpo Eppes contest considered Washington March 24 Mr Oallln gcr of New Hampshire gives his ob- Â¬ servations in Cuba National quaran Â¬ tine bill considered Washington March 25 Naval appropriation bill debated Washington March 00 Special Now that wnr bctwoon Spain nnd tho United States scouts mora imminent tlimi 1 V llnbjr Wm Mot Kokomo Ind March 25 Itoss Mil- Â¬ ler nnd wife of Now London hitched their team In this city and left their baby on the rear seat of Boys Arc Flogged in Court in the carriage aBlccp The horses took fright at a street car and breaking the An Indiana Town fastenings ran away They ran down a stoop embankment overturning the carriage which then dragged on its side until in turning a corner it struck Judge Docs Not Believe in Imprison- Â¬ a tree and was totally wrecked The ing Youths With Hardened baby was dug out of tho dobrla and found to bo uninjured Criminals As It Would Light Without Richmond Ind March 26 Tho county commissioners cstlmato the damngo to county turnpikes bridges TEND TO MAKE THEM WORSE nnd culvprts at 250000 Four bridges wcro totally destroyed and In some parts of tho county tho roads can not nvnnsvlllo Ind March 2S Judge J bo used Tho damngo to tho electric light plnnt In this city Is nearer 10000 Q Vlnfrcy of the city pollco court be Â¬ than 2000 as was first given out lieves that when parents spare the rod There will bo no light on tho streets they spoil their child He thinks the best thing to do with a boy who Is ar until next woek rested for stealing Is to give him a flog Dlml While rruTln clng In open court Kol omo Ind March 28 Ell Mld Judgo Winfreys method of punish- Â¬ dlcton 70 died suddenly In church at young offenders has mado him rtusslavlllc Ho was on his knees lead Â¬ ing the ono of the best known Judges In tho Â¬ ing In prayer when ho fell over back country Ho has received letters from ward and Immediately expired The Â¬ sudden death caused a panic and end- Â¬ somo of tho leading lawyers and ministers of tho state congratulating him ed tho services upon his solution of the question What Candidate Nominated Is to be done with tho incorrlglbles Columbus Ind March 26 At the Judge Winfrey says tho law that ap Â¬ Democratic Judicial convention of tho plies to a hardened criminal can not Ninth circuit Francis T Hord was apply to a boy In tender years When nominated for Judge and Fremont Mil Â¬ a boy in kneo pants whoso age 1b from ler of Brown county for prosecuting 8 to 1C Is arraigned before him ho docs attorney not send the youth to Jail to associate with the desperate characters Thin Too Slmh Wlilntcjr Louisville March 28 Georgo W In nine cases out of ten means tho ru- Â¬ Herbert a young man presented In ination of the boy Judge Winfrey calls tho father of tho court on a charge of passing a bogus check was adjudged Insane and order Â¬ boy Into court and says Sir your boy ed to the asylum Whisky Is given as Is at n critical period in life If I send him to Jail It will do him no good It the cause of his condition will ruin him If you take him Into tho Slowly Improving detention room nnd glvo him a good Wabash Ind March 25 Captain A whipping I feel sure ho will nsver bo M Atkinson tho well known Wabash charged with another crime likO this capitalist and philanthropist who ha There have been two boys whipped 111 for somo tlmo at In court by order of Judge Winfrey been alarmingly his home Is slowly Improving Tho punishment had the effect of re Â¬ forming tho boys nnd their parents Kerr tho ltccclver Louisville Mnrch 28 Judgo Barr have no moro trouble with them Judge named n receiver for tho Blue Crass WInfrey always orders a court odlcer Building and Loan association of Lex- Â¬ to witness the flogging to see thnt tho ington Charles Kerr tho Lexington parent does not become too cruel attorney was named Lnrrratfd UU Hand Frankfort Ind March 25 An at- Â¬ MARKET REPORTS tempt was mado to blow up the home drain nnd Stoclc Quotations For Murch 27 of David Skilcs n rcspectablo farmer Now York residing seven miles northwest of this nrrf ramlly 10 OOflll 00 extra moss city The family were all away from U OOiQlO SO Cut meats 8 XriS 50 packed -r- iiKlnl pickled shoul home except Mr Sklles two sons aged belllc MiCKlVic ders UiuVlKc pliklcd IniuiH 738c Lnrd 11 and 14 years The boys heard some 5 40 Pork Old mess Western sleiin object fall on the floor of the porch 10 75 nnd one of them discovered a package cream Hotter Western dairy 12Q20c ery lllftJOc do factory llUlSc Cheese about eight inches long and about as -- State law BVj1l84c small lf04c pnit large around as a gas pipe wrapped In full skims 2f3c Keg skims KiiV1 paper He called to his brother Statu imil leansjlvaiilrt HQlLc western red as he ran to tho curious package and frenli lie Wheat H 036 Corn 30ic Oats 311JC picked It up As he did so it exploded ltye C8Vic with terrific force blowing tho hand completely away llttihurg OJ tidy butchers i 14 SO common 4 40 bulls stnes Inlired I Catt Ciotoi 3 00Q5 15 Rood 4 0iH 73 fair 14 30 CO4 10 heifers 3 50 2 0OQ4 10 and cows t 0 Took Cure or film J4 luva4 10 fair 20ii50 fresh cows Unci Yorkers ft 4 U3U4 IS XVTt 10 3 10 grassors mediums heavy rough 3 10Q3 io 3 00Q3 00 pigs 4 13 UYad 00 4 SO 4 20 Sheep Choice lambs ftlr 5 4a 155 fl fi 83Q5 00 good GO common 80 70JJ 3 7Q Chicago heifers 4 73 Cattle Hecics fi 11KS1 western 3 03i35 10 cows and 43 Texas steers f3 COa UOiUS I 40 Blockers 3 80 4 10 B feeders f3 SU4 73 Hogs Light 3 70ft Q3 07 heavy ft W and 10 4 10 mediums 3 70 rough S3 7SQ 3 30ft S3 25Q S4 UUQ 3 03 Sheep and Lambs Choice shrep fulr 4 20ft4 40 common exports IJ W choice lambs Wheat l0 1 01 Corn 27V4c Oats Uye 40c 24c lluRulo SI lliili NSftL shipping t3 best steers S3 204jf 40 good S3 WXu3 83 stalkers and lows und heifers 3 G0ft4 10 fe dels Hogs Yoikers 1 ird4 20 roughs coin mou to good S3 U0f3 80 mediums aud benvles ft 17 pigs S3 004 00 Sheep and lambs Sheep extra S4 Soft 4 05 good prime S3 OOuS IB common J UOiiJ 00 choice lambs S3 70U3 73 S 41VU4 Cntllc- - Hoteliers Clevelann Yorkcrs and light S4 00 medi ums and heavies 4 03 stags aud loughs ITogi Â¬ Smith Palntsvllle Ky March 28 Bailey who shot and Instantly killed Grant Mlnlx a few days ago In Magof- Â¬ fin county surrendered himself to the authorities In that county It Is said that relatives and friends of Mlnlx bad Bailey located und were waiting for an opportunity to capture him that Bai- Â¬ leys relatives found It out and took htm to Salyersville and delivered him to tho Jailer Fifteen of his relatives accompanied him to tho town to seo that ho was not molested and 23 of Mlnlxs relatives wero there to see that ho was safely lodged within the walls of tho jail forgery Is Alleged Indianapolis March 28 John Philip and William Hastln of Athens Ills filed claims against tho estate of tho late William H English tho million--air- e banker demanding payment on promissory notes alleged to have been Issued in December 1897 altogether 1195307 with Interest aggregating Tho plaintiffs claim that the notes wero given In lieu of money placed In the senior Englishs hands for benefit of plaintiffs Tho executor replies that payment will bo resisted on the ground of forgery tiled of Starvation Indianapolis March 28 dcorgo Yco gel an old German soldier hlbernntlng in a lumber yard and subsisting on odd Jobs died of cxposuro exhaustion and starvation Ills den was under some boards with nothing protecting him from tho damp ground and he Is sup Â¬ posed to have been exposed to tho ter rlblo storm a few nights ago delirious with fover and without protection of any kind in which condition he died Ml fee-- Sheep and Iambi Sheep S3 00Q4 lambs S4 25U3 50 Uattle bteers 1 O0fl4 00 heifers IJ3 00 vens and bulls It 00U3 53 - 75f3 40 CO S3 00 Clucluiiatl 07c Corn No 3 Wheat No a red mixed 31ric Oits No a wlxrd SMfte lire -S- -c -I- 03 Sogs lnd M 03 3 Hulk meats 00 ss 13 Iiacon SSfQS 00 Bheep ta 234 75414 Catlle KImImt fA Toledo ja Otts Ste Whrat -S- OUiC SOVic Wo Coru SS Cloovcrseed HaUlHMM e 20c Rye I tehh SMttS v ftsakvWi UttrrrMcr crMwry Km I cCmee OATOZtXs ikJU- - Vif i EMalll if u UWr j - - auiugaaiiiciii- - x Breckenridoe VFJMHAY news TO MAItOll IB8 around and listened with respectful awo to his tnles of battles nnd blood What compauy wns it that you bo- longed to inquired a quiet looking man who snt back in the corner A Company K Eleventh Pennsylvania resorves nnswered tho narrator brave To read every day In the ytar ly nnd no other company waa in na many battles or lost as many men aa my compnuy By Gcorgo boys yon hnvout any Idea of tbo fun wo went through I Might I inquire your uamo askod the quiet mau again Mynnmo Sam Smith of course Ask any of tho boya about Sam Smith The Evenlnu Post hai the of Company Ki nud thoy will tell yon thnt ho was nlwnys rendy for a lovo Market Reports Bornpo or n brush with the Johnnies Ah boys but I was a reckless follow State News in my young days a iriaiiMun news Yes thats a fact nssouted tho bottle Washington News quiet man I happened to bo captain Oh you mean mucilage said tho of that compauy nud I romomber you l ICtin Ctnt lao You can got that nt now ns the rann who deserted girl radiantly from it on Womens Page nuy stationers St Louis Star tho way to tho frout You werorockless Childrens Page of your honor then and youre a rook The English Iatent Ofllco Library less liar yet Youd better go home If tbo poor inventor is not entirely R ATES By Mail Only Tbo qulot mau walked out of tho ignorant of patent procedure bo kuovfr storo aud tho silenco waa broken only 12 Montlu 200 6 Months 1S0 that tho patent ofllco makes no search to by Sam Smith 3 Months 100 test tho validity of bis iuvoution nnd 1 Month Well by gum I 50 Pittsburg Dis- Â¬ so ho couiob to undertako It himself If patch Lincoln Kindly Character CLUBBED WITH THIS PAPER ho finds that his invention nppenrs lu no previous patent ho is conilrmod in Mr Grow related a story about Lin Rag Offerings Sample Copies Furnished On Application coln which illustrated twopbnsosof tho his belief that ho will at last soo his Tho singular custom of lenving rags dreams realizod aud thnt ho will in a nnd othor worthless objects nt wells martyr presidents charactor Air The Origin or Tommy Atkins short time possoss great wealth If on has not entirely fallen Iuto d leu so Tho Grow then spoaker of tho house had gouo to the president to ask tho appoint Â¬ Tho namo of Tommy Atkins whioh is tho other hand ho ilnds his ideas havo superstition in a modified form exists Twain tut a Liar ment of a friond as n judgo in ono of been anticipated his droama of fortuuo in other portions of tho world A trav Â¬ a Bobriquot of tbo British privnto sol WEEKLV Moro Tramps fndo nwny liko mist boforo a morning eler in Persia found a troo with rngs dier in all parts of tho world had nn Mnrk Twain in tho territories Tho provident mado a sun nnd lifo ns bo has known it for so tied to its branches They had been left official origin and waa originally used note of tbo request A fow days later Abroad tolls bow ho lied out of a conThree Llres Saved Two Parisian gendarmes wero walk Â¬ when Mr Grow callod nt tho Whito troversy about Scottish dialect In n dis many weary years hard toilsome pit- Â¬ tbero by the Inhabitants of a province iu tbo instructions to nouoommissionod ing along tho batiks of tho Canal Houso not about tbo judgeship but cussion with some strnugo Scots ho re Â¬ iless to thoso who liko himself lack infected with ague A troo hung with officers for purposes of illustration as marked monoy Ilea painfully clear before his rags was found by nuotbor traveler in John Thoniaa ia often used on eloutiou ONLY 100 A YEAR dOurci ono day says La Gazotto Aucc upon nnother matter Mr Lincoln at throo thut tho peasantry pronounced viow AH tho Lending Venture that havo made thrco and not throw forms Mr SpeakAfrica Crooked plus old olothos pebdotiquo when they camo across a onco began to apologize jotirnnl so popular nro to bo retained this Tbero was a moment of astonished and A short thrco hours or oven less Sample blank returns wero furnished the coining year auil many uer ones added bles shells rusty nails Binall coins beautiful Russian iloorhound ovidontly er said ho I mount to appoint your speut in this library may pluugo tho and oven bundles of heath were consid Â¬ to show sergeants nnd corporals nnd ro An Ideal Farm and Family astray On his collar was nothing ox friend to that judgeship but a woman ominous silence then wenthcr ensued Weekly It wns n bud defeat for mo It promised man who entered it hopeful and bright ered upproprinto thank offerings at cruiting officers how gennino onoa camo iu hero with niuo small children cept what was evidently his uumo lie Corm Snch ns Ilvo Stork Dnlry aud ouo at tho breast and pleaded tho to remain so but I bod n saving iuto dcepost despnir and it is certain shrines in earlier days for it waa be should bo mado out and Tommy At110 rdllll Intr Horticulture loultry Dimitri thought Whilo tho storm wns still rag Market Hardening and that within its walls many silent trage lioved that the saiuts and apostles did kins privnto Compnuy B was tho ficTying a etout cord to his neck tbo bread act and breadod mo out of it reatures written ty Â¬ Whilo wo woro talking howover ing I mado up n Scotch couplet nud thou dies of thia kiud aro enacted week by uot caro for articles of value titious namo nlwnys used Model indipolicemen led him along with them lrnctlcnl nnd Successful spoko up and said Very well I Dont week nnd noticed by only fow If any of supplemented with Illustrations Mr Lincoln said that bo would still atSuch was tho superstltioua adoration vidual reporta were nlso included in Farmers artists comblno to runke It meaning to take him to tbo pound by able invalu- Â¬ of fountaina that it waa forbidden by tho regulations signed Thomas At- Â¬ able to thosa who arm It for n living Destiny seemed to be luring him to his tend to my matter aud started to put say any moro I confess defeat I thought thoso nround But inventors nro a hopo down my friends uamo Ho went to his I knew but I sco my mistake I was deThe Tjitcst Markets ful rnco nud though somo who suffer tbo sixteenth of tho canons issued in kins private Company B or Thomas Agriculture Crop ICeport mul Coiiiinerclnl death for unless bo wern claimed with In their ensoii A such it disappointment of all their hopes 0G0 in tho reign of King Edgar nnd it Atkins oorporal Compauy 0 or Condensed Farm Keren and J ottem among in n week or two bo would surely bo bat which was filled with papors and ceived by ouo of yourScotch poots the Farmers are Leading Fentnres In which may never recover from it thero is no was condemned by tho canons of St after remarking that he had a queer way Scotch poetl Oh cornel Name him Thomas Atkius X his mark asphyxiated according to law the Amkuiuan AuiticuivruiiiST Is not ex It is wonderful tho doubt many recomiuenco thoir experi- Â¬ Ansclm It was nlso interdicted bylawa Hcnco when n recruit arrived at n celled It has reliable Special Correspond- Â¬ Suddenly tbo trio arrived at tho Dual of doiug things began fumbling until ho Kobert Bums at Ioenl I told the presi- power of that name Theso men looked ments nud elnborato other inventions passed in tho roign of King Canute garrison the soldiers usually nddrossod ent nil the General and States Market Cen- Â¬ do la Alnrne whero a largo crowd had found n blank sheet over the United ters collected A child bad fitllou into tho dent that if his bat should blow off n doubtful but paralyzed all tho same from which thoy oxpect tho eamo or Sinco tho reformation tho practico has him ns Thomas Atkius uutil thoy found Short Stories Ijitest rnsh- Pamillf They wero quite silent for a moment ovou greater realities of wealth and not been prevalout oxcept in Ireland out bis real name Drunken soldiers re- Â¬ water and was drowning whilo its lot of stato secrota would bo scattered ions Funcy WorkThe Cloud rdllllll Cook Talks with the Doc- Chambers Journal whoro many old wells consecrated to ported themselvea aa Thomas Atkins mother was running up and down cry- but be only smiled wrote down tho then ouo of thoin said with tbo rover happiness r6aIll8S torlusileContotsLlbrary enco in his voloo which is always pres uamo and said that ho now know whero ing in agony saints nnd martyrs aro yot mado placos when thoy wero taken to n police staCorner nnd Young Folks Mot Quite Certain tion until tho pnblio took it up and Inge combine to-- make IhU department of Ob snvo my child of pilgrimage Tbero 1b scarcely n parish Who will savo to Uud it when tho tlmo to consider tho ent in n Scotchmans touo when ho ut ns much value nnd iutorcst as most of tho mattor camo urouud A enso wus being tried in court and throughout tho land that has not its Tommy Atkina becamo an affectionate Washington ters the uumo Does Icobbio Bums say my child Special Family Fapets u what does ho suy This is what ho tho particular question nt issuo was tho own holy well whero dospito practical synonym for tho gallant warriors of ber CJUKSTIONS nnswered on Tnw Medicine Finally a man named Emil Nollo Post Veterinary and other topics FItKK Bays of persons present whou n cermajestys land forces London Globe number jumped into tho stream and swam out admonition tho faithful and tbo faithTIIU MAGAZINE FOIIM ach Issue IIU Ileqneat Thoro was nan bnlrna hut only three comes out with a neat cover tho number of tain event occurred Am honest but sim Â¬ less coma to pray for physical or mental to tbo boy Incumbered with his cloth pages varvlng from 2 to 30 You bavo scarcoly spoken to moot Ouu at tho brwiHt two at tho km ii ple minded German was in tho witness relief and leave bohind thom a scrap of A Queer Itnsslan District ing bo was seized in a frantic grasp by all this oveniug sbo said FItEE SAMPLE CCJlV sent on rennet in tones of It ended tho discussion There wns no box rag aa an offering Godeys Mngaziue tho struggling child aud both wore dis reproach Tbero is in Russia n district which is man tbero profuiio enough to say any YEAR BOOK ilo hud never taken nn oath before upponriug to tho horror of the specta- Â¬ wholly administered nnd daring most I I beg your pardon her husband word iigulust n thing which BoLort nnd was not n littlo disconcerted Tbo tors when like a Hash of light Dimitri returned npologetlcally of tho timo exclusively iuhnbitcd by Character In Footgear AND I was just Burn had settled There nro jicoplo lawyer who conducted tho cross exam Â¬ sprang into tho canal Ho bad bitten trying to women It Is the province of Smolensk Shoos said tho aggrossivo philosotbiuk of something to say who think that honest is always the ination saw his opportunity aud badbis rope through nnd comprises a district of about 15 ALMANAC pher to tho meek looking womau nl Is there anything on your miud bost policy This is a superstition gered him with questions after tho wnys ncquiro tho traits of their wearer In two minutes tbo drowning pair squnro miles from whioh nil tho able Yes to toll you tho truth thoro is A Cyclopedia of Progress and Events A manner of his kiud wero nt tho side of tho canal whero bodied males emigratainthe spring nud GUildoto Markets Marketing nnd Prices Tho old proverb about wear at the too The Austrian Empress Caut I help you in boiue way PIIESENTKD postpaid to each yearly How many did you say thcro wero spend as you go etc is only n tenth proceed to neighboring towns and diswilling hands drew them from tbo waYou might if I could new or old Tho old ndngo that a ter In the excitoment of tho work of without your becoming augrysuggest it child is born to sorrow is Christmas ova present ho shouted bringing his fist port of what a worn shoo can toll of its tricts in search of work romainiug subscriber of Statistics for Farm or Home A Treasury illustrated in down upon tbo table ns though tho fato resuscitation tho bystanders forgot tbo nway about uino mouths of the year In nnd Office or Factory A Reference Work on owners disposition Now look at mine Every Subject Pertaining to Agriculture In Toll mo ubout it It the case of empress of Austria who of empires trcmblod in tho balanco dog When nt Inst thoy lookod around symputhizo with you yon is my duty to was born on tbo 21th of their absence the women cultivato tho dustry Commerce nnd Markets Public Af Liko mo nint they tbo know December 1837 meekly answered tho wit Veil for him ho bad disappeared His capfields and manage local nffnlrs general- Â¬ fairs Economics nnd Politics Household They wero Stubby squnre thick On my birthday Duchess Elizabeth of Bavaria wns ness Education Religion nnd Bocletv Also nn off course I gould not chust say tors nover saw him again nud there gavo mo a fountain penanniversary you The Eelf opinionated looking boots they ly undor tho presidency of a woman ALMANAC of Calendars tho Weather Asmarried to Francis Joseph of Austria rt but I diuks dero vas botveeu six and tronomical Data Hints for Each Month wero thrco lives saved seemed to breathe aggressiveuesa from mayor Beforo nightfall the women ns Yes And now you aro going to say tho early ago of 10 nud wns then con Dates post sofen semblo In n sort of clubhouse nnd play paid Etc Year nook alone CO cents 8100Â¬ every scam NEW HUItSOKIHEItS sending that it makes n horrid muss and thut sidered tho loveliest woman in Europe Tell tho jury what you mean by prior to January 1st is receive the ro 1 or 3 in the morning IllChest ORlce In America Virtuo Now lots sco yours Tho demuro carda till you dont want to write with it Sho was not well received by tbo great or that roared tho lawyer How Tho powor of tho speaker of tbo house there is compatible with uulimitcd malnder this yenr F11EE1 Im not going to soy anything of families of Austria who thought that thero bo between six aud soven could looking woman poked ouo Bboe out tim- Â¬ cakea and alo nud though ORANGE JUDD COMPANY Woro idly It was loug and narrow with a of representatives has steadily increased tho kind ho replied stoutly tho hours nro 52 Lafayette Place New York N Y Im bo- - thn emperor should havo chosen n brido thcro six or wero thero soven Into and so much time is given to from tbo first congress to tbo prcsont lug to writo with very pointed too It was a stiff slim from n moro famous houso thnu n colthat Veil answered tho wituoss may uubcudiug sort of shoo Tbo reader of amusement tho commuuo ia prosperous Special Combination and in its iuflucuco on national legisla- my life But thoro is pen ovory day of lateral branch of tho Offer ouo littlo favor Wittolsbnohs of bo I vas wrong Dero vua moro ob six tion is believed by many even to oxcoed that I would liko to ask disordor is unknown nnd it iaono of the Tub IlRECKf character in footgear looked dubious Tho Hungarians Bavaria however NRirrr News tiro but dero wns uot so much as scfeu Ouo that exerted by tho president Samuol nNKKHAN Hem I Perhaps you are not liko your best conducted portions of the empire GNirtLTLKI T Wte CJT IOo 2 50 What is it went mad with enthusiasm over their wps n fery Ieetlo boy Pearsons shoo bo said evasively 50 J Ilniidnll through whom tho influouco But I bo Tho cznriun takes an interost in it and Year Book and Almaoac Pleaso makomo n suit of overalls to benutifiil queeu nud throughout her Wcokly of tbo speaker was increased moro large- go with it om Ril5 Ry TPZ or oth Papers New York Tribune Hove iu tbo scienoe and soldout think is proud of it roign hnvo remained hor dovoted slaves Washington Star ONLY Ono Ycur Koch ly than by any other man in this counit would bo safe for mo to tell yon what Sho was passionately fond of rldiug and nnd YEA It ilOOIC nnd ALMANAC try once said I camo to consider Tho Vow of Hoy Nemesis Wo wo I read iu the indications Graceless for long spent n portion of ench year in Address that tho speakership wns tho higbost might both regret it Good morning Bring to mo my largo revolver nnd A tiny girl of 7 or thereabout gavo a tho hunting Holds of England nnd Ireofllco within tbo reach of American citiBREOKENRIDGE NEWS Now York Commercial Advertiser hiy kcou Damascus blado and tho rub land Tho dluuer zens that it wus a grand ofllcial sta- covers party tho other day for which 12 compelled breakdown of her health ber boots Im used to when in goro I CLOVRRPORT KY her first to forego this pleasworo laid and that number of tion great in the honors which it confreely wade Hither bring my trusty Why She Wanted a Tint small maidens sat down to dine It was ure aud then sho was debarred from ferred aud still greutor iu tho ability it a Ethel is small but extremely sober sandbag briug tho snickersnee I say real littlo girls dinner and tbo littlo fenclug nud oven from her mountaineer CO YEARS- gave to impress on our history and legmiudod and tbereforo to bo trusted to for my day has come for murder aud hostess herbolf presided sitting nt tho lug excursions Tho unhappy marriage EXPERIENCE islation tho stamp of truth fuiruoss Im goiug forth to slay I shall go forth run on housohold errands head of tho table But she was auxious of her ouly son and tho refusal of tbo jutico nud right The other day her mother called hor to tho slaughter liko a bridegroom to in looking forward to it to do every- - popo nud tho emperor to consent to his Great as nru tho powers of tho spoaker divorco preyed upou her miud nud slnco sndflStfw iTKvBFBBBBBsBBBBBBBaB from her play uud said Ethel I want hia joys and Ill fill the noarest grave miug as it snouiu Lo none of tbo Iioubo of representatives and po you to nni over to tho grooers nnd got yard with a string of gifted boys I his traglo death years ago nt Muyerling Mnmma she usked shall we say tent lor good or evil as nru tho commit- grace shall brain tbo boy nttornoy with a u quart of sho has led the lifo of a recluse Suu It ia truo wisdom for every Â¬ moEthel lookedvinegar tees appointed by him it is pessimibtio thoughtful and hesitat spasm of delight and tho boy who No said momma it will bo n Francisco Argonaut to attributo to either or to both a mens body to takn n thorough courso of ed Trade Marks proacbea Sundays be shall fall beore Id rather get n pint mamma Designs uro of power detrimental to tho futuro vory informal dinner nud I think you my might On the trail of boy physi Â¬ Swiftn Specific just nt this season she nnswored Carson and the lluffnlo need not do thut Copyriohtb Ac weal of tbo nation In continual conAnrono sending a sketch snd description mtr Why Ethel dear Carson whilo with Fromonta exexclaimed hor cians gayly gladly shall I camp Lot That meant ouo loss ccremouy to bo Kit of tho year Tho blood is sluggish qnlcklr ascertain our opinion free whether an tact with tho peoplo nud obscrvnut of gouo the boy pianists tremble when they Intention Is probably patentable Communica Â¬ parent through aud was a relief but tbo pedition had an oxporiouco similar to nnd impoverished tho glaring publicity that causes fro tions strlctlrconadcntlal Handbook on Patents nud the system astonished must got I need a quart hear my roaring tramp When I strike which you littlo lady was anxious to havo all her that of n tiger hunter iu India when tho sent free Oldest agency for iecurlng patenti quent reversals of public opinion it 1b Patents taken through Menu Co reoelre tho boyish statesman he must say hia is full of inipuritios which should Again tho little girl paused No small guests understand it So as tboy tiger hunts tho huntor notice without charge In tho fteiai safo to say that futuro cougrensos if prayer and die When tho boy reporter sho said wero gathered about tho tablo sho ex Whilo huutlug to got meat for tho bo eliminated Ill get you a pint Iu ndditiou to tboy should initiatu legislation of an Why should meets mo mark yo how the fur shall expedition Carson chased n buffalo bull objectionable character would ulti- plained thoroughly cleausing tho blood you Im surprised at you wish a quart fly for Im weary nnd disgusted nnd A handsomely Illustrated weekly Jnmest cir buy a pint when I Mamma says this is such nu infernal On coming up to the bulls sido Carson mately enact such laws as will harculation of any sclentlfla tournnl Terms 13 n my miud has lost its poise I havo read yeart four months It Sold broil newsdealers dinner that we need not havo graco to- fired just ns his horso stopped into a and touiug up tho system so ns to insisted tbo mother monize with tho intelligent wishes of day Becnuso unswerod Ethol tho tears such beastly twaddle treating of the pruirio dog hole Kit wcut 15 foot over avoid loss of appotito and a gen Now YorkTimos MUNNCo36B New York tho peoplo and tend to tho highest de Atchison Globo bogiuuing to come I can suy plut nud glftod boys tho horsos head firancli Offioo 7rl IT Bt Wuihnrtnn D U velopment of tho republic oral run down feeling in tho I cnut say krortl Goneral A Now York Sun Tbo bull maddened by tho bullet Tennyson Scared W Grcely U S A in North Amer Chased Up a Tree and Lived on Possatn ttjxmammtmmc Teuuyson one day entered a club read Â¬ which had struck low undor tbo shoul Â¬ spring S S S so strougthons aud ican lfaviuw A negro being hotly pursued by dogs ing room nud sat down in n largo arm Â¬ der chased tho huntor who ran toward builds up as to fortify against tho From Iler Point of View that were guarding a farmbouso in tbo tbo river It was a raco for lifo n case many forms of dangerous illness chair boforo tbo lire M uch to tho amaze For the Uashful Lover A lady who saw that her servaut girl owners absenco fled to a swamp aud meat of the othor occupants of tho of nip aud tuck ns to which shouh Miss Daisy you aro writing to that scorned to take a certain interest in tho that abound during tho hot sum- Â¬ objects of art in her parlor said to bor climbed a tree for safety In telliug little brother of yours who is viaitiug room ho proceeded to elevate his feet reach tho river first Kit got thero nud until they rested on tho chimueypieco lenped from tho bnuk just ns tho bull mer seasou It is a vory small Which uuoof tboio figures do yon like about it afterward hoinsaidtight place out west urentyou Yes sub I wuz stopped on tho brink shaking its bend a in real American fashion No exposI Yes Hos a dear littlo fellow 1 matter to tako this precaution but best Wary toll you Up Kit swam round nud rooud Tho bull tulations ou tbo part of his friends re This one mum said Wary point Â¬ staid fer two dat tree I wept au dar I miss him so much it insures health and strength all ing to the artuless Venus of Wilo days an nights wld dom Ho is indocd Havo you scaled tho specting tho luelegauco of tho position watched Then n companion crept up dogs keepiu guard at de foot When wero of tho slightest avail Suddenly a shot tho animal and Kit crawled on Bummor Swifts Specific lotfcar yot Miss Daisy Aud why do yon like the Venus doyd git tired deyd relievo each shoro skinned tho buffalo out off its brilliant inspiration seized one of them best Not yet yuther but doy wuz always a couple or haunch and cut out its tongue Youths For Suro ltsthoaislesttodoost mum Add a postscript if you pleaso nud Going closo to Lord Tunuyson ho whis diin ou duty ull de timo so dar I wuz o toll him I waut to know how ho would pered in bis eur Tuko your feet down Companion answered tbo girl Uarlom Life nn frald over minute ud bring de or theyll mistako you for Longfellow liko me for n big brother Lobencultts Justice furmcr wid his gun is fnr ahead of nil other romedios Ills First Duty Kansas City Montana Demurely Mr Spoouamoro it will In an instant tbo poets boots wero ou Only ouo old troo marks tbo spot And you had nothing to eat all that for this purposq bo nt least two weeks boforo you got nu tbo floor aud ho assumed tho ordinary What is tho first dnty of a war corIt is n real whero tho king used to sit administer tlmo position of nn Englishman San Erun answer if you ask him asked tho managing editor ing justice to hia subjects A largo purt blood roiiTody wlrich promptly respondent Pacific Coast Oh yes suh I wuz woll fix iu dat of ouo of the new journals Aud tho matter was sottlod in about cisco Argonaut of this justice consisted in decreeing purifies tho blood aud thoroughly rosppo I lived high so tor speak To have his piotof 0 taken sbqwlug two minutes Chicago Trlbuiio death umoug hia iuduuus or prominent renovates tho eutiro systomr tones And what did you llve on Calm Iu Time of Emergency Washington Omaha how be looks when equipped for his men who hod oxcitcd hia suspicions or nnd strougthons Woll sub tor muko a lontr stnrv Servant rushing iu Mnara tho whose tho stomach and work iu tho Hold Chicago Post Mill Spoil the Tate cattlo ho desired to npproprinto short der wnz a possum up dat tree flrul renews tho appotito It is tho St Paul Nebraska If tea or coffoo bo good tho ndditlon houso is onMistress who ia giving 5 Sometimes ho had thcu deuouueed llkewiko un bless Boston a Until receut years our bakers had uot er de dogs cz I wu God ho wuz cz fraldÂ¬ of milk spoils tho taste Colfee and sniellcd out I they called it by tbo only safe touio boing purely vege Â¬ Atlanta Constimilk aud tea and milk uro difllcnlt to oclock tea Summon tho tiro depart witch doctors ns guilty of practicing table nnd tho only blood remedy improved upon tho method used iu the tution ment Black Hills bakeries of Pompeii viz by buruiug digest Puro cream is less objectionable ugain Houoria uud do uot disturb us magic against him Sometimes ho dis Â¬ guaranteed to contain no nrsonio Wo uro discussing tho crimo of wood iu tbo floor of tho ovou itself uu Â¬ becnuso puro cream Is really butter or Not Worried About IIU Ancestors VIA pensed withn pretext nnd sent umossou sulphur mercury potash or other til tho proper tempurature had becu Chicago Tribniie grcaso and contains very littlo of tho tho split infinitive 1 cau traoo my ancestors back to 100 ger to tbo hut of tho doomed man to tell mineral eubatanco which is of so ronohcd theu cleaning out and iutro years before William tho Uoiiqaorpr albuminous part of the milk Will lie Been him the kiug wanted him Tho victim Well I caut trace mine that far He What Is the uso of puttlug all often ignoraut of hia futo walked in much importauco to nil who know duaiuu tho loaves Nowadays our large bakeries are fitted with ovens heated bntI havent the slightest doubt that Waitinr that trliMiiiiig ou the back of your bat front whilo tho exocutiouer following tho injurious effects of thoso drugs VESTIBUUED TIUUMS with On oh gas or steam Hicks Soo that fool jump on the Do you supposo nuy uiun can sco tbo closo behind suddenly dealt him with Nature should bo assisted by na Â¬ some ot thorn wore living oven earlier train before it stops It makes uio so back of your bat when bo moots you thau that tho kuobkerry or heavy cudod stick Cluoiuuatl Enquirer tures remedy S 8 S Tako Chalkr Bed at the Atlantis inadl She No but every womau will ono tremendous blow whioh crushed S S S and bo woll all summer I gmjur Tho bed of the Atlautio from 400 o Wicki Ilm what dye fhiuk of me hia skull aud loft him dead upon tha Faithful to HI Word whou she passes me Londou Fun I 9000 fathoms ii ooverod with an oose Ivo watched that fellow do that for grouud Women on tho other hanJ M RUOa TfMVPAM ft Noll 1 tboaght yoH said Mays flonce AONTtTLMe or very flue chalky doposlt ooas sting wag a white nearly year nud ho hasnt got killed wore strangled Uaged lions tigera pumas and ja Iiuprcssloua of Afrl haired octogenarian His HOWARD ClllQTT MNl MOH T LOUH MO or minute woken spoils 10 Hrci extent yot Boston Transcript wwAKtlcvoHtpAW8aoTlaTiawa guars take no notice of the men nud oa by Profossor Bryce is jet black hair women passing In Belle Ah what he meant Near the Caspian sea there are hvw then whw bethats be wmiM dye llrltaln was known to tho Phoenicians a dog be bi oughtfrout of them but if y 0a Looking Ahead Href Tltoily said for a eternal fires so ealleti by the na Â¬ her as Barat Auao or tbo laud of tin as cage they show thoiranywhere near the Candy Unthartlc thdnnat waa Philadelphia JUeord Now Boarders Thut beds rather i 1 11 tive where MtBrM B iswee from tb iuvugu nature at back aa tho year 1037 B O Homo once far rui Nodical discovery of tho narrow for two Ml Mt4 nt Ktlilnir to taa tola act fcWjr ground an J Urn been ou Are for ge MO years afterward tho island was al - For a Iog Mine religion luoantaMoai awt poaitiycly prt kllnay llvar miX bJrw Laudlady Three bavo lopt iu it ii Southeastern Europe uow has millions luded to by tbo Romaiia tinder the name clcauslaf the wttlre vslfia New l The stem side of the orange ia ho formed the ouly method of treating dli cura haadaolM fover lialrftuol eUjl Mid of people who uro far less advuucod thau boardedBoardors Yea but we havent of Drltuuuia which n rqucnily b ronUcUte saae here long enough yet to got JtuU were cbauted wkll u4 btliomaaa Please tho Japanese nearly cane aUortcuwl lut utttu tba this Harpwa Weekly VBHslsHHHNsHsVHMsHHsl t half so eweet aud Mtoy the other die wen ajipMied Ia Kgypt pluuruMoy ofOO to day ilo buy anil try a box Guiana -sToaraals Moure or all dnifM otiond at au early date Â¬ Â¬ Prehlstorle Dentistry Gcorgo Byron Gordon tbo explorer contributes nn artlclo on Tho Mystcrl ons City of Hoiidnraa to Tho Century Tbo article given an nccount of discov eries nt Copnu Mr Gordon says No regalnr burying placo has yet boon found nt Gopan but a number of Isolated tombs bavo boon explored Tbo location of theso was strnugo and unex Â¬ pected beneath tbo pavement of court yards and undor tbo foundations of houses Tboy consist of small chambers of vory excellent masonry roofed some titnos by means of tbo horizontal arch and so motimes by means of slabs of stouo resting ou tbo top of tbo vertical walls In tboso tombs ono and sometimes two in- Â¬ terments bnd been made Tbo bodies bad boon laid at full length upon tbo floor Tbo ccroments bad long sluco moldcrcd away and tbo skeletons thoni Rolves woro in a crumbling condition and givo littlo knowlcdgo of tho phys- Â¬ ical characteristics of tho poople but ono fact of surpassing intcrost camo to light concerning their privnto lives namely tho custom of adorning tbo front teoth with gems inlaid in tho enamel and by filling Although not all of tho sets of teoth found had been treated in this way thoro aro enough to sb6w that tbo praotlco was general nt least among tho upper classes for all tho tombs opened from their nssocia tious with prominent houses socm to bavo belonged to peoplo of rank and fortune Tbo dtono used in tho inlaying was a bright green jadoito A circular cavity about ouo sixtccnth of an inch in diuiueter was drilled in tbo enamel of oach of tbo two front tooth of tho up por row and inlaid with a littlo disk of jadeito cut to a perfect fit and secured by moans of a bright rod cement Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Peculiar Chinese Customs Tbo customs of tho Cbineso in the matter of death and burinl nro certainly peculiar Infants nro buried summarily without coffins and tho young aro in Â¬ terred with fow rites but tho funerals of tho nged of both soxca nro elaborate in proportion to tho number of tbo de scendants nud to their wraith When n childless nmrrlcd man dies his widow may perform nil tho duties of n son to Â¬ ward him may remain iu his houso nud uiny adopt children to renr as his heirs nud ns worshipers ot tho family niauca If bis widow purposes marrying ugain a yonug mnlo relntivo may with tho consent of senior members of tho olnn undertako tbo serf i cos oxpected from a son uud may inborlt the estato of tho deceased Whou one is about to dlo bo is removed from his couch to a beuob or to a mat on tho floor because of n belief that howhodiea in bod will carry tho bedstead as a burden into tbo other world Ho is washed in a new vessol in warm water in which n bundlo of incenso sticks is merged After tbo wash Â¬ ing tho vessel and tho water are thrown away together Ho is then arrayed in a full lult of now clothing that ho may appear at his best Ho breathes his last iu tbo main room before tbo largest door in tbo houso that tbo dopartlug soul may easily And its way out into tho nlr A sheet of spirit money brown paper having a patch of gildiug on ono surface is laid over tbo upturned faco because it is said that if tbo eyes aro left uncovered tho corpso may count the row of tiles in tho roof aud that in such case tho family could uover build n more spacious domicile Now York Ledger Â¬ which tbo practice must givo to tbo power of self control Ihcro nro many higher occasions for tbo oxorclsu of that high quality but thoro aro none oxcept lu tho raso of ill tempered men which recur so frequently All men naturally liko to spNid aud to bu thrifty tho ro jolvo not to spend whenever expenditure- Is avoidable must be ncted on 20 times n wcok nnd will in n short time exercise n perceptible- Induction on tbo cbnractcr Tho man learns to resist mo mentary temptation and becomes tbero foro n stronger man just as n whito in nn becomes moro enduring from tho constant wearing of clothes Tho weight of clothes is seldom great but the per- potual habit of carrying them almost imperceptibly strengthens tho muscles Tho thrifty man ia moro master of him self thou tho oxtravngaut man aud iu self mastery is ono most fertilo seed of vlrtno But thrift in itself is not virtuo nuy moro thnu a plow is ngricnlturo or mathematics accuracy of thought Tho best test of this ia that n Christian teacher who iu England would iucul cato thrift would iu many nnother country bo compelled to condomu it as of all qualities tbo ono which most in terfered with freedom of tho spirit Now n virtuo which is n real virtuo nud not merely an expedient praotlco must bo ns independent of national manners as of goograpby No doubt in England tho usoof carefulness needs to be incul- Â¬ cated tho typical Englishman if bo wonts sparrows being ready to shy at them with half crowns but it should bo taught ns aritbmotio is taught uot praised as a Christian virtuo Loudon Spectator Â¬ Â¬ The Virtue In Thrift Wo should any thnt tho vlrtno in thrift so far as tbero is vlrtno iu it nud wo havo Inct with it in soino of tbo meanest ns woll ns sumo of tho noblest of mankind lay Iu tbo development Bnylng dams In America Englishmen nud Amorlcnns frequent ly ililfcr greatly Irrtho iinuico thoy havo for tbo eamo object A well known art ist r inio to nu American city from Lou Ion nud nfter becoming settled went out to buy houio nrtista material Ho went to h stationery store aud nfter purchasing sovcrnl things said By iho wny do you kuep gums Tho piilcswoiiinu smiled No indeed wild sho but I tbluk you can get them next door Tho nrlist thought it wns peculiar thnt ho could not get what ho wanted nt n stationers but thought perhaps it was American So ho went next door nnd found it was n shoo store A funnypluco to keep gums quoth ho hut iu ho walked nnd nsked for gums Whatslzodo you wear said tho woman who mot him That floored him What on earth has that got to do with it thought ho but ho discovered that he woro sovons Soon tho woman appeared carrying n ralr of ovcrsboos Will theso suit yon said sho to tbo surprised Englishman I dont want those I want gums something to stick with It comes in h Â¬ Lived to FWrht Another By George boys I nover waa In raoU a hot placo iu my lifo I Every fol low who pat his bend up so that tho top showed over tho stono wall wns suro to get n bullet through it Out of 07 men In Our company 85 wero plunked right square ill tho foroheud Tho battlo scarred veteran known to bo such becnuso ho acknowledged it himself wan entertaining n crowd of loafers in h grocery store They stood Â¬ ty Â¬ and reaching irregulnrly eastward and northward as far ua Stuyvosnnt square has somotlmes been styled tho Latin quurtorof Now York Within thia ro giou n few of tho pioneer American au thors many of thoo who belougod to what John Burroughs calls oursecoud crop and a still larger number of authors who hnvo not yet tho ndvnntngo of belug dead havo or havo Ijad homo or haunt Washington squnro has Itself given tltlo to n talo by Heury Jnmea of Now York lifo At No 21 of tho adjacent Washington place that subtly roalistio tho novelist was born aud his father eeor wroto somo of bis metaphysical treatises Wo may bo suro that tho school kept by a broad bosomed broad based old lady with a ferrolo of whioh yonug Jamos bad knowlcdgo wus not far distant and if wo sit of a summer oven lug with Howolls Marches among tbo old trooa of tho squnro wo soo just north of it tbo wido frontod houso with n big balcony boforo its drawing room windows and with steps nud trimmiugs of whito mnrblo in which dwelt tho Dr Slopor of James talo with his dull dnugbter and hor plot Â¬ ting auni Another mnrblo and brlok dwelling Of the samo row is that from which Kitty the horoino of ono of Brunuers merry Ballads of tho Town disappeared to go summoring in n studio building ou tho other sido of tho square Heroabout N P Willis Buffered a flagellation from Edwin For rest provoked by tbo poets conduct nnd oritiolsma in relation to tho lattera di vcroo ligltation Lippinootta Â¬ The Keir York Latin Qnartar Enstwnrd from qunlut old Greenwich Ua Washington squnro whoso vloinngo together with n dovloua and doubtfully doflucd district bisected by Broadwny YOU NEED A DAILY NEWSPAPER IT ONLY COSTS GENTS WEEK The Louisville Evening Post i Â¬ Â¬ JLfflERICAN Â¬ Agriculturist Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ii Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Pl Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FREE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ t Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ IIZTujE Scientific flmericait Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i3ai3 01sv4 TheDiUUU T TRAIN Â¬ Â¬ OeMo itah Â¬ St Louis or Chicago sleepers mm cm cm wST 1 Â¬ VnftBSHiPl fJ5l lawm Cfrtf a Â¬ u m vor i Breckenridge News 1818 NKW8 OLOYHRPORT MB KIT DR DAVIS a AT FALL8 OF ROUGH GUSTON COOES BACK LOUISVILLE - r- V V BUTTEll Guston Ky March I808 S O D Choice country 12U answer T E ConnifTs ring 4 call 2 21 fegin Bro Connlff dear sir TIih leMOi von Creamery IDEA NEW UEMEC 1018 -design teaching In rln 4 and call 2 is 4fJ zanr NEVER r charity Is It not ujaLivtru GIVE All right I uhIh nee Fresh 8r SATISU who hax shown charity and who hue not FOUJTRT fc TVT Uro Couuiff you siy I am great In IdeaB IIhiic per III M TV At V 00CJ nurUnrruvr Spring chickens pr lb HH but lack in executing them Again you turkn young per lb 0800 say that I remind ou of Mlbs Lanes Turkeys live INDIANAPOLIS 1ND ntEFBOOKUt 0 SWD Two Headed Mule OOOa300 and that if I am Geese per dozen saved ll will be because if my ignorance COTTON Say Bro Connlff does charity sit down Good middling 0 Middling 51 on a person bt cause of his ignorance FIELD 8EKP Wonderful on charity are you not 1 35 Brother you asked me to rebeaise my Timothy per bushel vlover per bushel 3 25 sermons I will as far as Is necessary Crimson clover par bushel 2 50 Bro ConniU you are very intelligent I It d Top per bushel tS Orchard Grar s per bushel am very ignorant that is your reasoning U5al20 Bluegrass fancy per bushel 85 Suppose that you are right might not HAY 11U1N FEED our opportunities have had something to Timothy No 1 D00a9 50 Tuesday pointment Sunday and Sunday night ly every road in the Uufted States he do with bringing about this vast differ Timothy No 2 800a860 Mr and Mrs Willie Brack and little reads a great deal and can put up a good once Possibly my opportunity for uoou bright straw Mrs Lambert and little daughter 4 00a4 50 Wyatt visited Mrs Will Smith one day daughter of Short Creek went to Louis- argument on moat any subject His wife gaining knowledge haa not been equal to CORK ville last week 31 last week is an intelligent and refined lady and yours I admit that I am unlearned and No 2 Mixed at store No 2 White 0031J Abyone knowing any news of interest his two children tbomas and Luclie are very ignorant in many things and have Jesse Smith who is attending the OATS possibly not improved the limited oppor No Brandenbuig Normal School spent last or importance they wish to see in print bright Interesting children 2 White 31 tunltieatbat I have bad as I should No a White would do me a favor If they would jot It week at home 30 However a great many persons are and No 2 mixed OAts We are anxious to do a little good In 29 Ben Trent is the handsome clerk at down and leave it at the post office for 28 this world and can think of no pleasantej have been less fortunate in this respect No 3 mixed Oats the new store and knows just how to me WHEAT myself consequently some ol them Misses Bell Davison audMay Fentress or better way to do it than by recom than please the ladies No 2 Long Berry CM mending One Minute Cough pure aa a artvieBo learneu man myseil ami are wo Oil Captain Dick Smith has returned from are extremely fond ot bread and molas tqually as Ignorant about several things No 3i lieu preventive of pneumonia consumption the South He will take his Steamboat ses with a little butter Stirred in If Charity Is the lesson Well we have RTE you doubt this ask their hostess of Mon Â¬ and other serious lung troubles that fol- Â¬ Huston Combs to New Albany for enough charity or something else about No2Westorn low neglected colds Short 5353J Haynes day dinner repairs us that prevents us from having a desire FLOUR 1 notice that the peach trees are nearly Missi a Rebecca and Sue Eya Owing 5 G5a0 00 to heap words of vituperation on those High Grade Patent VALLEY HOME 3S 5 00 went to Louisville Tuesday Sue Eva in bloom and this early blooming I fear less fortunate than ourself Why did Straight Patent Low Grades 4 35a J 60 may cut the peach crop short for we may A tooth may decay for years before it aches It costs far will remain tometime taking items in m J G Anderson has moved to his new you not pojnt out some of our rash and MISCELLANEOUS lees both in money and discomfort to take care of small cavi- Â¬ millinery and will return with a large have several moro hard frosts and fret zes bouse unchristian statements In fact there Salt 7 bu bbl 1 10 and f ishlonable stock for the spring and ere spring begins in earnest ties than large ones Come any time and have your teeth ex- 30038 Miss Lzzle Brown went to Branded was none made by me and you know it N 0 Molasses I think the majority of the farmers in Bummer 2830 as well as others do Brother you seem Sorghum I amlned No charge for It We will be at Irvington on Wed burg last Friday Sugar gran per cwt 5 13a5 25 Mr Will Arnold taught one of the best this vicinity have finished sowing oats Miss Willie Reese Is visiting her aunt to want to teach us that it is a very Lime per bbl 80 nesday and Thursday after tho fourth Monday of each month great sin to form rash judgements and Cement per bbl schools we have had here in years and have broken a great deal of corn Mrs Bell Ashcraft 7080 ground some are done though I do not that my acts of this kind are very num- Â¬ Everyone was pleased with him and the POTATOES We are very sorry to hear of Uncle erous Charity Bro Conniff you said Irish per barrel new school too and if he dont stick too close think there has been any corn planted Ben Hardlua Illness 200a2 25 HARDIN WILDER 85 to that new store we will bo after hitrj yet let him who Is Sweet per banel Mies Dell Hardin was the guest of Miss In your first articlo ONIONS Madam Rumor says thero will be Willie Reeod houseless seek not to pull down the again in the mild September last Thursday Per barrel 2 50 house of another etc Did you mean One of our handsomest boys carries in another wedding soon I suspect the Misa Willie Reese was the guest of BACOK his breast pocket the picture of Miss girls are afraid their Bweethearta will go Mlsi Ada Bandy of Valley Home last that the church of which I am a mem Shoulders 53fl ber is a farce That is the construction Clear rib Bides 0 Belle Iierpont one of Hardin countys off to help whip Spain Therefore they Friday 0 that we placed upon your statement Clear Bides beautiful girls Mies Flerpout was here have concluded to marry them and keep The mite at Mark Boards was well at- Â¬ Bro 83 Connifl rendered this judgement Sugar cured hams in September to attend the Baptist As- them at home 5i tended and enjoyed by all present did he not Again did you not say that Lard in tierces During the recent electrical storms the sociation She left tiere to visit friends Messrs Tom and Brown Smtyli attend Â¬ HIDES we had arrogated to ourself a position as No 1 green salted per lb at Glendeane ugiiiiiing ran inio several nouses uirougti ed the mite at J Hoffmans last Satur Â¬ deacon for which we had no fitness No 2 green salted per lb Phil Barbour landed Ills beautiful lit tho telephone boxes burning out the day night No 1 dry flint per lb Who sat as judgo in this instance also 1717J tie craft Fern UlitT at this port a few plug an I satlng the window curtains on Miss Ada Bandy wastheguestof Misses 1515J charity again You say that I wanted No 2 dry flint per lb lb fire In one house which frightened the ROCKPORT IND week ago greatly to the surprise of his No 1 dry salted per 15 Maggie aud Garnette Levers at their you to tell me all about the Bible in No 2 dry Baited per lb 13 relatives This is the first time he has people greatly pleasant homo last Sunday Always Ahead For Fins Sot Repairing this you are certainly mistaken Why WOOL Last week all the lowlands were flood- seen this place rluce he was a small boy Mrs Bell Ashcraft and children Mlfs I did not ask you to quote a single sen- Â¬ Unwashed per lb 1920 Not One Complaint in he is now 25 years old and tells me he ed with high water and for several days Hurry black and cotted 14010 Past Year of Our Work has a lovely wife in the city His father the railroad track was so deeply sUb- - Willio Reese and Mr and Mrs R II tence on charity that was not our sub- Â¬ Good tub washed per lb 30031 dined with Mrs Will Bandy one ject at that time Fact when you read Dr Barbour married MfsjRebecia Ow merged In places that the train could not Smith The many letters of high praise ot our Sheep skins 25050 the 6cripture that I quoted in support of Lambskins 20035 work is evidence that we are ahead of iugiTatltonof Jtflerson county and has reach this place The mall was brought day last week The Misses Ida Glllen waters and Ethel my position I expect that it did seem In however on the hand car rEATIIEIIS been for a number of years Superintend others Hammering large circular saws goose per lb 33033 Tom Butler worked up a telephone Hardaway spent Saturday and Sunday almost like a whole Bible spread out be- Â¬ Prime white old ent of the City Hospital in Louisyille is our specialty and sawa that others goose per lb fore you Wonderful on charity or you Good white line from Shreve to the Big Cut connect- Â¬ with Mrs Willis Iiwson Dark and mixed old per lb 12020 have failed on If you want satisfaction A Clover Triok not Bro Connifl But you have made ing there with a line extending to Fords News from Lee Bandy Bays is well on work and prices we guarantee it BOOTS It certainly looks like it but there is villa he Is now endeavering to extend it pleased with Iowa While he regret a woful failure in attempting to criticise Peneca Snake we Address 20022 realy no trick about it Anybody can to Glendeano 15 or the Falls of Rough very much your absence from among us my position i inK try it who has Lama Back and Weak They put up their 30 Brother bxes and wire from Lee we wish you success in your new tian to turnyou said that it was unchris- Â¬ YellowGinger fibre off 05 Kidneys Malaria or nervous troubles Shreve to the Out last week one out of the church then Wild Rockport Intl home 03005 We mean he can cure himself right we quoted you some scripture on this Wild Ginger fibre on Lady Slipper 05 List Sunday evening while returning G II Anderson has moved his family away by taking Electric Bitters This from church Lonnle Mathews hoise ran to his lovely cottage Watch out young point and asked you if our version was May Apple medicine tones up the whole system away with him and fell over an enbank wrong to right it But you did not MISCELLANEOUS folks Mr Anderson and his handsome acts as a stimulant to the Liver and Kid ment throwing him off with a foot choose to do bo did you brother 3J03J And Tallow per lb hung wife know just how to entertain the 24024 neyp is a blood purifier and nerve tonic in more we asked you to tell us the name Prime beeswax por lb WITH the stirrup which might have resulted young people lb 240a2 70 of the particular church that did not Prime ginseng per It curts Constipation Headache Faint seriously had the horse succeeded in Dried apples pec lb 3031 Do we want war Why no not if it uuder any ing Spells Sleeplessness and Melancholy rising before he could extricate circumstances whatever ex Dried peaches halves per lb CO 1101 himself It is purely vegetable a mild laxative from the entanglement but fate favored can be averted with dignity and honor communicate its members It is passi- Â¬ FURS iNCOxroRATID As the years go by there comes an ever ble thatyour intelligence Black skunk No 1 cased and restores the system to its natural the young man and he emerged from 00070 forbids youan the depeening sadness to look back over the 313 310 Chapel Street Ilct Main and Market and 210 220 Tenth Street 30040 vigor Try Electrio Bitters and be con catastrophe unbarmt d with Bweriugauch Brother I will not pass Short stripe skunk the exception disasters of the other war how many 20025 LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY vinced that they are a miracle worker of muddy clothi a any judgement on you or your church lying stripe skunk 10 White skunk homes were made desolate now many However you have been Every b it tie Ruaranted Only 50c a bot- Â¬ GO0G5 wonderful Itaccoon No 1 large Mrs Peyton Mis Mercer Mrs Gross to hopes were blighted forever just for the enough on charity to pass judgement tle at Short Haynes 76000 on Mink No 1 large cased and your correspondent went through sake of ambition Why not live Independent Warehouse 55005 and love mo and mine Brother I will tell you Grey fox No 1 large cased Storage Frco Four Months Col Greens big mills one evening last and lied fox No 1 large casad 76000 unite one with another and let by- what my information ia in regard Mark your hogsheads BUCKNR TOBACCO WARIIOUSE to you Muskrat No 1 large cased INDIANA week the gentlemen in charge Messrs gones 10016 be bj gone Well if there is war and the church of which I am informed Opossum No 1 large cased 07012 Urberts and Brack very politely Bhowed it may be sometime before you hear again that you are a momber If my informa- Â¬ Wild cat No 1 large cased 10020 Thursda Teeph ne us all the wonderful machinery and tho from Rambler tion is incorrect I hope that you will be House cat 1 No 1 large cased 4 05016 I W McMillen Is on the sick list different processes through which the Mr cS 00a 00 large cased Otter No wonderful enough on charity to correct Heaver No 1 large cased 300a500 Treasurer L L Mitchell returned Fri Â¬ wheat and flour pass before it is finished Whooping cough is the most distress Â¬ The mills were not in operation on ac- ing malady but its duration can be cut it I am informod that the meaibars of day from bis fine farm near Holt Ky Mr Josh Groves of Itrme attonded count of the high water therefore the short by the use of One Minute Cough your church are taught to belleye that visit was not as interesting as it would Cure which is also the best known reme they compose the only church that our the Republican rally here Saturday G W Winchell and J R Polk have been had the mills been running dy for croup and all ung and bronchial Saviour has In this world also informed Msrs that if a member of your church sutlers we on joyed looking at those wonder- Â¬ troubles Short but of Toblnsport were in the city Saturday Haynes OF a protestant preacher to perform a mar TWoldc8tanl bestproduco house in Louisville Mr Herrman Bott of tlio Tell City ful works of mans ingenuity and the riaite ceremony in their behalf the said great improvement on the old process HARDIN COUNTY Journal was in town Saturday reporting Prompt to remit and return empties member is excommunicated Brother if The 11 ur that is made at this mill is aa A Book for Young and Old the Republican meeting I am correct are you not at variance Wesolicit tho shipments of all country Merchants Mr Ed Conway had a relapse last week fine and good as any in tho state and Ulizilwthtown tit with your own denomination when but is doing well egaln Ills many friends what a blessing it is to have good flour SECURE OUR Mrs R J Keith who has been dan- - you made the statement 327 Second Street LOUISVILLE KY Telephone 94 that it is un- Â¬ hope soon to see him out gerbusly 111 is much improved h NERVOUS RECORD christian for to turn one out of the Cosmo Buttermilk Toilet Soap makes Phil Wittmer has a pet crow which he Miss Zula Neal left for IJawesvllle church Now brother if I am correct Esti 1878 BLOOD got from John D CrocVrrll of Toblns- Â¬ the skin soft white and healthy Sold Wednesday to visit her rejativs Dr would It not be well for you to spend a everywhere port last summer It has a number of SKIN 250000 and Mrs Jbnes portion of your time that you teach white feathers in its wings and is the To keep iu formed take the Nkws It Rev Father Bray of CiQverport on charity in brlpglng about a reconciliation DISEASED PRIVATE first one of the kind ever seen here contains all the latest his way from Memphis Ttmn stopped In your own fold tather than suffer Daniel and Geo Kopn of LonUville MEN DISHED have purchased the old flour mill lot at There is no off here for a short visit and was the yourself to be side tracked by one bo in Â¬ w s MILLER Jr Ngr CURED guest of Mr Joe Campbell significant as myself 1 Rockport and will at once erect a 100 word so full Bro Connlff who Bald that jour per Â¬ Sneak thieves entered Mr Reads barrel plant 1 wer will bs put In suffi Â¬ of meaning LLHDn MOTEL cient to increase it to a 800 barrel mill as and about which such tender and house Friday night and carry off a lot ot sonal character was uot above reproach CURED I have not bo much as intimated such the business improves The new mill holy recollections cluster as that provisions They vlsfted several other Yiu also take the pains to tell us of will be ready to grind wheat about July of YOUNG she who watched places but did not iet much Mother Mr J L Ladd of VIneGrove pui somethings which you do not do just when Uuumnt ut the tcrriblo crimo you Mr John Sdifert the butcher last Sat- over our helpless infancy andguid Hid you only coniljer wero roinmlttinir Â¬ I ho fnscinntinir allurement of thl evil urday drove Into town the largest steer ed our first tottering step Yet chased of J W Applogate last week here youare a little premature To ilBest House In Louisville lustrate If I were at GuBton aud a report hnbltr When too lato to avoid tho Ur ever seen here He was pure white and the life of every Expectant Moth- Â¬ fifty feet of improved property on rlblo retnltf wero jour eyes oinJ to your perilt ill J later nrt in man all ef- Â¬ Broadway for 6000 JWr Ladd is was received there that the bank at tipped the ecalts at 2480 pounds He wis er is beset with dagger and contract any frill YAT1J lor ULOOU would Brandenburg bad UineanoY Wero ou cured T Doyoanow 4 years old and was raised by Harry fort should be made to avoid it charmed with purtowflfojts neatness not hop up and saybeen robbed I do nnd then reo fomo alarming tyinptomi that I did not it nature and cleanlinesa and Ita advantages for so assists jOr athoue a fanner near Lqwlsport Daro yuu marry In yonr piwent conlltlrnl Vou know JIKli FAT UK It Ky Mr Self rt paid nearly 100 for him n the change tak cheap fuel He will make his home I would at least wait until it was inti Â¬ Of LIKi SON If married uro you con mated that I had done so Brother you that here stantly living In dreadT u rnarrliro a aud shipped to Louisville Sunday via U ing place failure wltli you on n count of any weak asked me not to condemn you to hell be- Â¬ None but the County Surveyor to do Tour packet the Expectant Last Thursday night some one went lien rauwd Xy early abuo or later ox work He lithe auihorlitd Surveyor ol the dancing I havent ecateiT Unto you been ilrueied with The complete outfits for doing the gov Â¬ Countv It an experienced workmen and Mother is ena- Â¬ to It J Keiths house raised a window cause you are fond of ia bo wolfderful on mercury T Jlitiliooklot villi point out to you are the oue that know hie buelncts He It alto Notary Public you tho rcnult of tbea crimen and point bled to look for chloroformed the occupauts and entered ernment work on the Ohio river below writee Decda and lakca Acknowledgeinedta out limruur NliW MKTII01 TltKA1 charity lu this respect Chargea alwaya lleatonable Pittsburgh have gone up from Evansville ward without the room where they got a gUrand suit you want to dance along Nay brother do MKNT will pnrlthrly euro you It about this time Â¬ how boir thouwxinli liare licon ravod by AUdrcaa It includes two bage of maclil ery dread suffering or gloomy fore- of clothts This was about midnight our NKW JlllMTJIKNT It prove how wo can IIIIAIlANTIi Til UUKK and a hoisting boat The work will be Â¬ bodings to the hour when she and Mr Keith got up just as tliey were of the year If you do wliy dont you ANY CIIUA1HK OAHIJ Oil NO PAY gin as soon at it ceases to rain Mr S experiences the joy of Metberkoed leaving the window noticing the things Brother oue other BtaUment of yours Wo tront and eiiro HMIBHlONB COUNTY SURVEYOR uviilirflu nrUlM iriiiiihnurv IMPllTMlJOY SIC HARDINSBURQKY L May of Eyausville will be bookeeper Its use insures safety to the lives mentioned were giue he went down you Bald that aa to the worlds opinion of SIltlOIIUIK Ollrrr lUlAIKH tlNNATUHAl IH8 and pay muster The contract Is worth of both Mother and Child and she town and alarmed it The vfindowat the church ft matters not Our Saviour ihaioeskiinjvihI jiladdkk 825000 and it will n quire about three is found stronger after than before Mr DeWfttSnoue was opened am a in his sermon on the Mount taught his uiicarcr makes few thingsdrgg d out but nothing UKn dlcfplis that they were to be aa the salt in short it confinement years to complete It CURES GUARANTEED of the earth but says lie if the salt has Childbirth natural and easy as Had it not bees for Mr Kvltlr going ent free ibt Tho Waitea of 8ln Millions Give Away Dont be down towri no doubt the largest part of lost ita savor wherewith shall it be so many have said mAlnlnr Vn itimn lAinouuiAiiun Whirfnttifs SUiBtet Agaiti Baited My Idea ia that when a person KllHK 11 unaoia 10 can wnio ior It k certainly gratifying to the public persuaded to use anything but town would have biu robbed OWKHTIUN ULAttK tor profetsea to be a christian and their acts to of one concern lu the land who TKKATAUSYl CLBVERfOBT KCNTUCKY Judge Geo Fisher baa for soveral demonstrate otherwise their savor or in Â¬ are not afraid to be generous to tb b edy DRB years enjoyed the distinction of being fluenced aa a christian is loat Bro Totter Salt niiounfana Eczema r Con Â¬ Local Aentt and suffering The proprietors of Dr thb oldest hwb In town lie sayj he nlff In conclusion if you The intense Itching and Bmnrtinp Inci Â¬ think that thus Kings New Discovery for Consumption dent to theso diseases lsinstnntly allayed wll flow MiiKtHi FKtlllztf dipuy Hi ppe w Uie faryoa have failed ia removing the 122 W FOURTH STREET Ooglw ami CoMar have given away by applylnff Chamberluiua Eyo and My wife suffered mora In tea min Â¬ Lady row Yin Grove ia f the by asoUi frees say eye and should cooclnde CINCINNATI O Many very bad caeea Skin Ointment III Ciiiii over ten millions trial bottles of this utes with either of her other two chil Â¬ tea year Mr Ladd la Rlnety two years to try eaa more push have been permanently enred by It It B kf B LB tmiT1 pall at It when 2m ALB fcffivl great Medicine j and have the Mtlafactloa dren than sue did altogether with her old while it Deaiert Is ia equally efilclent for itching piles and the Julge la only In hia yea stop to rest betweea pulls or push knowing It lias cured thnuMixU of last baring previously used four botÂ¬ HI Doon SmIi Bllwb Yellow Flu Fleer a favorite remedy for sore nipple MQtkarft Friend o It is a eighty firs yar read what ttie scripturo saltli about the kepafca chapped hands chilblnlna front uUm Ab i iues Hrooehltk tle lag Md GslllBg Weatker Berdir4g bleaks to anyone exporting to be and chronlo sore eyes 23 cts per box beam ia sorae one elaea eya JfoatMHwaa awl all dUoaswi of the throat Bars a etMiuiavr a MUillBK ta What tkfette Ktbeiplq SbiemeM glt LIlM OWBBHt An yM tjlaif t Uk atrlpl o yoa MfforlMM DewMH HaifDKMOK Dauc Oarral Illinois Ht and tars in surely eah d by It Dr CjmJjs Ct4itln Pewitem an T Oall on Abort fc Hayaec druggist and Jast what a horse nmte when is bad Doataaaay i ToiwiaTfaaxjwWilUim wu4etM Hair Plow UuMtm 1 niiMuBjfiii irn oonditlort Tonic blood TwrifJer and gai a trial bottW trve RfrnUras Me OT ItcawlHtat IMS or Mot br axpme mHmW baoooM pWfWUy aw rf IkMlabMaiBMWMMl ai ra baaJUiV by Maib D verwifngt They are not food but f MM weiat for mm and 1 Kywry bottb or u4rtlHM urnnlfcm annWMif umiuwum wui a Tim ami i oitil- - UMI a v i r tot 4 Matf USlyM TunJvlf UalJ MesdieiM and the pest in um to put a mwvra m mwk ail tbraac ud wfandod ffim ItMMlM FaWaWtikMi fcf aWMfH Mei Pthm M bona in prime condition MUa j41k8bort A lit Mrs Rld has returned home T E Conniir was tlio only Irshtnnn in Mrs Onirics Uross 1b tipt cling her this vicinity who was patriotic enough to sister to visit her soon wear green on the 17th St Patricks day WOLF CREEK Mrs Mercer was a guest of Mrs Pey Â¬ Mr Connlff Is our section foreman and keeps lis part of the road In good con- Â¬ ton on Tuesday evening Lots o drummers in town last wet k Ami he understands exactly Myron Moorman was a guest at Mr dition now much to raise a low Itlnt or to Mr Haley tho machine mm la li re W 11 Chambllsn Sunday nlevatH an outside rail He was not horn Little Roberta Pttrklser has been quite Mrs Mercer and Miss Mabi I Chamhllea In Ireland but ssys he routd havp b en sck wttre iiiffltH nf Mrs Grona Sunday If he had so I sired Ills parents are ill Annie Wlllrlttt roininncMl pctiool Protracted meetlrg IfiBtllfifolt ion add net from the Auld Country His here Monday a great deal of Intreit Is manlf Med father was a life lon Democrat I ut he Will Riiso ol LouUville a here the Bro hers Aflll r and Fallen were guests our r ubj c Bays the Republican party guest of KobfJiuith to dinner with Mrs Chambllss on Thurs- Â¬ is the party for the laboring man hence Mr Kowan Boono and wife vIbUk day he vot s under the Ion cabin The Lou Â¬ Mrs Dr Trent Saturday isville Post oiTred a prim the other day Mr Lata Beauchamp went to Louis Mies Alice MaltlrgW Woodland la vlllo last week to buy a slock of new to the man who could ell trutbfuljy the narrowest escape from death aud Mr with her aunt at this place goods Mr EJ Rice and wife visited Mrs Sid is paid that Mr Chambllss has the Connlff therein described an encounter It uuder the wheels of a construct- Â¬ Elder Saturday and Sunday finest and best telephone box in the he had ion train which he was conductor of on county Little Opple 0 irga went to Ekron last tho Kentucky Midland He baa been Thursday to meet her Aunt Mary Misses Cora Wingate and Zllpah In the railroad buslnefa all his life and Bro Sherawell flllpd his regular ap Chambllss were guests of Miss Cilia Harl has served in diflerent positions on near Â¬ VIWAY AlAnOH 20 Brother Dowel Has Something to Say On Charity Market Reports fflgfrja7 QUfC il J BB Pitt M i V mriiMWMrnrrr M IN I 1 1ii Tl ll Ik 1 ACTION Ma - HlDNEyTABLEIS ABSOLUTELY GUAR Â¬ fcu ANTEED TO CURE AIL JrrE FORMS OF KIDNEY LIVER rrlt DISEASES rcmxiii ryu i rtwrjTwi iVixrrttJ AKfr H- - mt VW virVTn TOyyviiTVk6wivHiAyic fvt MManaMniirMMnBMMMniwnaKanMa Â¬ Â¬ i TOOTH ECONOMY t C Brandenburg J Â¬ ROCKPORT IfMBMBJBUMpffip 09 8j0 I SAW WORKS Rockport Saw Works 304 A Dutschke Son BUGKNER TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Special Attention Given Private Sales Â¬ H C BRUNBR SON Â¬ Prduceo CoiMiOll Itoliailt WiES SIN 1 WILLARD HMTI JssSSiS MOTHER RJf2fJFfib 250000 MANferM Rates 200 and 250 mnmL jnptf st iiiiiiiiiiiHi BBWHBT IHMrlii Â¬ I an mUlilul 0 YOU SHOULD Â¬ EMPLOY Friend CHINTZ ROYALTY GREGORY ti CO kw MOTHERS FRIEND mW Wd Kennedys Kergan ld tf ttird I ha TifftCa i0 OO YOU TRAVEL r iuuM YT j fS ffi f y Hodson Bumott bul lbcere Wen that fame and riches havo alienated her ARE WE JING0E8 Oil tUIN6TRUAiENT8 OF DIVINE WRAT4I affections from her husband my admlra Maitindalc Poultry Yaids Th la the qnoatton that presents itaejf to every thinking man wno attempts to tionlhas cooled in its ardor I have analyse the present situation Thenar feeling in this normally the triost peace Â¬ been anxious to read her last production EGGS FOK SALE His Graco of Osmond which la said to ful o nations ia intense It permeates all vImsob of people The body politic has AW W 1 hat lj jarda of the following brecdt Duff be superior to Lady of Quality I do undoubtedly resolved ifsejf Into a war party and iln desire for strife is so iaripnrent Cochlm B P Itock I C I Oamee Light not see how any woman could have that the conservatism that has lor its shibboleth poace at any price seems mean Ilrhmi 11 k Lang than i Bile Minorca H S written -- Little Lord Fauntleroy bo Rjrgn from any Hamburg S C 11 Leghoini and sordid midst the oxccsh of patriotism Except in the yellow journals tjiero aweet so touching and ever let fame and of the above for lo lor i5 Imperial Pekln duck rgga iame Imp Bronte Turkey egfra aro no hysterics It ia not a part of the national character lo be theatrical The riches draw her from tho realm of heart tloo per dri n llggt ahlpped anywhere tale happiness There are two sides to all spoctacnlar has no attraction for us The silent dogged Anglo Saxon fighting hipped All ljr and none but real freih egg such domestic episodes We havent Mjf itock li orders filled aa ioon ai receded spirit has been aronsed and its awful intensity and sincerity dwarfs bij other tho other yet a a good at money con buy Addreit passions MItS MH MA11T1N The idea of the Rev Mr Young of In this democratic republic of ours war is not a vehlclo by which individuals Box 38 Greenrllle Ky Richmond Ky to free Cuba and transmay satiate an abnormal appotlte for glory We do not go to war for conquest port American negroes there assigning each so many acres for tillage and HARDINSBURG The common sense attributes of our people dissipates all the glamour that attends Next Sunday is Palm Sunday A B Burton went to Vine Grove last remuneration was not the only brain the pomp and circumstances of war If we havo trouble with Spain it will not that had conceived the idea A lady Milton Coke has rented J D Bcciers Saturday be with a desire to creato a Naroleon or to demonstrate to the world byforco of friend said to mo when tho troubles first property What has become of the Hawllan arms that the proud bird of freedom is more powerful in the fray than the ions of bfgm I wish this nation would buy H N Miller went to Haweaville last question Arragon and Castile War is horrible I It is hideous It is the sum total of Cuba and make it an abiding place for Monday II C Woodson will movd the mill American negroes Then she said human brutality It is the approximation of criminality if entered into without Burrel Beard camo home from Eddy above high water mark We would stand somo opportunity to just cause A century of freedom and self government has given birth to a grand yllle last week in qulto a critical condi- Â¬ Mrs Hannah Neatus bas had a pleas Â¬ have a system of white help Well I national character that is exemplified in the American individuality As a people tion ant visit to Mrs J T Woolfolk READY MIXED think it might in the long run result to we riso above the petty passions that characterize degenerate nations Our Thcmni II Withers lias exchanged his We are glad to know ex Senator Black- Â¬ the interest of the United States for our labor system is certainly a complex one form of government and abstinence from entangling foreign alliances has resulted property on the WtBt side of town for burn is considered out of danger in a political isolation Self relance and a sturdy rugged independence was a Mrs Hensleys property here toforo oc- Â¬ Mrs W D Howard and little Maurine and much of our financial trouble has arisen from incompetent and unreliable cupied by It S Sklllmau aro at Mr and Mrs J K Dittos natural consequence The strong masterful spirit and the genius that have been It is essential that tho nerves and J Let the weather bureau quit predict labor in an agricultural line and we a CENTRAL PAINT AND RAILWAY SUPPLY CO exemplified in our progress as a nation is typical of a generous nobfe hands be steady and the head sober to do ing then perhaps wo will bavo sun Â¬ know that the domestic machinery LOUISVILLE KY Incorporated manhood a manhood that desplss the bully and detests the Impulsive hotspur reliable work on so small a machine as a constantly disturbed and the friction shine great for the lack of reliable help But For sale by PAYNE Co Agents Oloverport Ky These facts being patent clears us of the charge of being jingoes watch If you give me your work I ful- Â¬ Miss Eula Jones Groveland is visiting when it comes to putting the descendants ly believe I possess those esssontial A century is but a short time in the history of nations But three generations her grandparents Mr and Mrs Wm of Ham on that hot unhealthy climate WEBSTER of men have run their course since tho thirteen colonies that formed the nucleus of points All of my work goes with a strict Sanders which adjourned last November for the me thinks the improvident lazy portion guarantee T 0 Lewis these United States severed their allegiance to a tyrant king For four long years winter will meet again at Brandenburg Mr Nelll of Hardin county visited would fall more utterly to meet require- Â¬ March 31 All M Ds are invited to Another wet moon In order to keep posted on the general his daughters last week who are attend Â¬ ments than here Forty acres to the their small army of yeomen patriots impoverished and poorly quipped fought come and all members are requested to thrifty ones as Mr Young suggests happenings of the and counties of Breck- Â¬ ing the Normal Fruit is not killed yet tho red coat and the purchased Hessian After tho Spartan trials of Valley Forge present D R Walker secretary enridge Meade and Hancock subscrlbo Ether Hall went to Cloyerport last be Dr Harvey preached a fine sermon at might prove a boom but how many came Yorktown and independence W H Ktrother president for the BitECKENRinap News would prove worthy oLthe trust Tho Sunday the Baptist church last Sunday to a large It was the Divine Will that we should be free During the century of our colored race will be here for many a congregation Caught On The Run And there shall be wars and rumors existence as a nation wo have taught the world the full meaning of human liberty year BEWLEYVILLE of wars Bro Ben Hagan and Bro Duvall Riding out from Hard InBburg last week The patriots of Cuba the Queen of the Antilles have learned the lesson and Public roads have not been so bad by way of Harned and Garfield across lectured before the Brandenburg Nor- Â¬ STEPHENSPORT in their struggle for liberty history is repeating itself lSJS is the 1770 of Cuba Misses Lilyan Beard and Mary Board since the flood the country to Custer I tried to pick mal last week left Thursday for Webster The United States taught the spirit of liberty to Cuba and is responsible for the up a few points that Mr and Mrs Duncans pictures in B F Smith of Big Spring was hereon would be interest Â¬ Timothy seed for sale by Geo McCub Mr and Mrs Gilbert Kasey have gone pattiotlc zeal that gave birth to rebellion If the Cubans fall to thiowof the yoke ing to News readers Visiting the far Â¬ Saturdays Courier were handsome edi- Â¬ bins business last woek to visit Mrs Kaeeya parents of Castilian oppression because of our apathy then wo are accessories to the mers and talking with them I find they tions to its pages L G Jordan went to Louisville last Mr Southerland is at homo with bis Miss Mary Paul was visiting in the Miss Robinson of Muldraugh visited family greatest crime that ever offended Heaven and the blood of an embryotic nation are friends of the News The reason is week to sell tobacco country a couple of days last week simple Out of it they get all the news Mhs Maude Reesor last Saturday at staining our hands will ever be a terrible accusation of infantcide B A Parks and J M Fitch of Clifton B A Smith was in Louisville last and value received for their money Mrs Faunlo DIttoV The Wolverton property was sold to Mills were here Sunday week The race that crucified the Aztec and the Toltec upon tho crosses of luBt and And upon this basis Is founded all trans- Â¬ Mr David Henry of Irvington for Bro I W Bruner was among the and A J Adkisson wero in Lou- Â¬ 430 L II Mr James Payne is moving on account in tho name of Christianity with flro and sword extinguished a race and in so actions and it goes when applied to a ministers Ho hadnt been here for of high water isville last week trading doing drenched a continent with human blood Abnormally cruel and selfish she newspaper as well as anything else ttenty four years We have had an abundance of rain We have prayer meeting and Sunday Frank O Ferry was here Sunday to Value received for the tiling exchanged alenlated the affections of all her colonies on the western hemisphere and one by and the appearance now is theres more Eveybody was glad to S3e Brother see his wife and baby school here the year round is what the people want at last They to come one they severed the bond of fealty with the sword Of the host of dependencies want it in a newspaper and if it isnt Ben Hagan who was our minister here Mack Payne and wife attended tho Mr and Mrs Mouk were guests at the Clifford Payne Frank Haynea and several yeais ago Cuba alone remained For half a century the harlot nation has tried the patience there it is no go Hall Payne nuptials at Oloverport Smith House last week Frank Sklllman aro here visiting relatives The slrglng of the choir during the by the mos devilish cruelties ever devised of the meekest and most long suffering I found the farmers In tills section in Mrs McAfee is the guest of her hus Â¬ It seems that the frost last Thursday and friends people Like a ravenous lion instinct with savagery and crazed with lust for blood pretty fair shapegetting ready to pitch a Baptist services was most excellent night did but little damage in this local- Â¬ band at the Dowell House Bro Jenkins bus a fino voice The News ia improving each issue 8pain sought to destroy her ctb The persecution of the Cubans has been akin to big crop If the present Beason will only- Mrs Albert Fettet and daghter have ity You get the best state and county news The Baptist congregation of Branden iiolu out favorable Breckenridge county martyrdom Spain In her present war with Cuba is the devil incarnate She has returned home from Derby The Sunday school is to bo reorganized for only frlOO per year will have more products in another year burg church knows just how to provide created a hell as an environment upon the fair island Weyler and Pando are than the people will know how to han- Â¬ for a crowd when it comes to a collation Prof Viiale and daughter gave a con- Â¬ next Sunday everybody is invited to Mrs Stella L Stuart was elected Regis Â¬ come cert at the hall last Friday evening the arch angels and the Spanish soldiers the imps of this material topliet dle Last years drouth like to set the ter of Deeds for Bourbon countyKansas A good many from here had made Sinking Creek bos beon past fording a by a majority vote of 729 Christ Best has put in a much larger Their Sodom born minds conceived and gave birth to tho hideouB policy of re whole thing a foot and there will be a arrangements to attend the Teachers saw mill rig and seems to be kept quite great deal of the time during the present mighty effort this time to catch even Tho Irvington B V It O will meet Association last Saturday at Garrett but concentration that doomed a quarter of a million innocents to starve to fester year busy Adjacent to Harned there is uome the rain prevented with the Misses Munford April 7th with the putrid sores of scurvy until merciful death put an end to their earthly good Mrs Laura Kurtz entertained the The Bewleyville wing hope to be on country and reliable farmers A Mrs Frank O Ferry and little son Gov Bradley and his staff looked warPurgatory Fondalevia the high priest of sensuality set the example and urged mile from town on tho f outh side is carpet rag bands Nowp when the Ken- Miller left Tuesday for their home in ladles very pleasantly at a like at Newport an army of perverts to debauih the maidenhood and womanhood of Cuba God Crawford Beauchamp Mr Beauchamp tucky was tacking last Thursday Mrs John Heston is visiting her par- Â¬ launched It Jill speaks well Henderson if He is just will pour out the vials of his wratli upon the Spainlard As He has has a tract of 100 acres which he bought for the dear old state Everett Taber went to Louisville last ents Mr and Mrs Geo Shumate of Dr Moorman Yelvlngton was here made it the destiny of the great American nation to realize the ideal of Christian Â¬ in the woods in 02 and has it now about She has always been We are expecting a graphic account a last week visiting his sister Mrs An week to sell tobacco but did not sell on Stitha Valley all cleared He moved there from the account of a crowded market quite a favorite with her home friends yeritable pen picture of the Kentucky drew Crawford ity He has put in our hearts that love of humanity that makes us the sword Falls of Rough and from his surround Frank Hall and bride arrived Saturday and every one gives her a cordial wel- Â¬ Miss Heleu Dowell has a lovely new bearer in His cause The sens of liberty who go forth to redress the wrongs of ings yoa might iudge that ho had launchirg from our chatty correspond- Â¬ wheel and she promises to become a evening on the west bound train to visit come ent from Irvlngton the multitude of innocents who went to death within tho dead lines that marked dropped down to stay He has twenty his parents Mr and Mrs Wm Hall W II Cain Jr is busy pruning his graceful rider Al Bishop the popular clerk on the the living cemeteries of tho reconcentradoes will be engaged in a holy war Tho acres of wheat which looks well Mrs Sal He Blaine has rented part of Miss Ida Purceli returned to her home apple trees When ho gets through that Across the road from Mr Beauchamp steamer Ragon has sent a number of his sanctity of the cause will absolve them from sin Bhould fatal bullets lay them Mrs Bettie Braahears house and will in Daviess county last Sunday after a ho intends to board them He says is the farm of Mrs Ethel Moormam the friends a Benediction nicely framed what he means by boarding them the low visit of several weeks to friends here widow of Henry Moorman Her farm I was one of the fortunates and shall move in this week The colored Baptists have the materia 1 VENGEANCE IS MINE SAITH THE LORD1 If you havenJ bought a Sunday Com- Â¬ reader will have to conjecture 7C0 acres contains Of course she doesnt ever priza it as one of my sweetest Wo give Miss Christine Bradley three pretend to cultivate it all or half of it souvenirs Al was a bright pupil in my on the ground to erect a church on a mercial recently there is a surprise in In this Christian land tho voice of the people is the voice of God lot donated by Geo McCubblns store for you It is an arm load and a cheers and honor her for the bravo good deal of it is valuable for tim- Â¬ husbands school The voice of the people aie calling for that war which shall consummate the but a ber She expects to make 70 acres of Little Palmer Lewis entertained quite literary feast though we do not believe stand she has taken in blending purity Mr and Mis Henry Harrington have Trinity hktmiiutiok vknoeance justice That voico is the inspiration that and patriotism Shame on those who corn Her husband died n few years one of the sweetest and prettiest homes a number of little friends the evening in Sunday papers makes us the instruments of venegeance since and now her sixteen year old son in Brandenburg the Rawlings property of the 21st in honor of his birthday Miss Edna Harringtonof Muldraugh dared to call a reproach on her act I She manages the place Henry Moorman The yard is particularly attractive just Mrs Katherine Perrigo who has who bas visited Miss Llzze Hall for two is indeed a worthy daughter of a worthy Blackburn But the Senator recovered was one of the most substantial men in now a mass of bursting buds early been quite ill for some time on account weeks will leave this week tor an exten- Â¬ father and Kentucky both land and sea Till ORGAS OF PROGRESS many respects that I ever knew He flowers and green grass enjoyed by a of her advanced age ia not expected to ded visit to Cloverport Miss Harring Â¬ are proud of them The Biieckenridcje News is a paper all right Death has again entered the home of was a quiet man hut a very reliablo one happy family ton haa won tho hearts of all while here recover It is its purpose to with a mission The heavy frost a few nights since did When ho died at 68 the neighborhood cf Miss Myra Hanks having successfully Charlie Hardaway this time taking a devote all its energies toward the build Â¬ Miss Myra L Hanks returned home The Ohio is on another tear It This evening Saturday taught our public school and since ita little babe ing up of this town and county It will not injure the fruit crop in this county Harned lost a valuable citizen I am seems impossible for to it bebavo itself Thursday from Webster She has been glad to be permitted to speak thus of him strive at all times to advance the materi- Â¬ close having taught a private school of March 20 some friends and neighbors teachingfla private school at Mr John because he posstesed many excellent seemly it is ever on extremes out of its Lyddans al interests of tills section and no ex Â¬ two months returned to her home at assembled with tho bereved ones in the The circulation of the News for the virtues banks or flat in its bed We are some- Â¬ Miss Myra old family burial ground and saw little pense or effort will be considered too month of March Stephenport last week Mr R A Shollman was in Hardlns just ending was 13 000 Clara laid beside her sister who was Arch Goodman who bought tho old what ashamed of such conduct but when great that can accomplish this end made many friends while iu our midst copies buried only a week ago We tender the White Moormau farm a year or so ago we remember that human nature is burg last week on business he was The News recognizes the fact that a two for a bit newspap There are some bereaved parents our sympathy especial- has made it worth threo times what it equivalent to a certain extent we refrain the guest of his baother Jailer Guy of latent resources yet remains wealth ers in tbia country that greatly fault the ly the mother so suddenly Shollman There are a number of fellows In was by improving it in every way from indignation bereft of two undeveloped and that old Breckenridge declaring Mrs II B Robertson returnod lost President and Congress or not The Ministers meeting and Board of precious children is capable of great industrial possibilities Breckenridge ready to go to war if Uncle Something singular about this place It war against Spain sometime ago and if M lesions which were held at the Baptist week Irom an extended visit to her cou- Â¬ Golden Rod What is needed in this county are vari- Â¬ Sam would just say the word Our lay idle for many years and the Moore war had been declared they would havo ous manufacturing institutions that will fighting editor vouches for the state- Â¬ man heirs tried every means to get rid church last week proved a most inter- Â¬ sins the Misses Hughes of Owensboro found fault In fact it would just be imof It liiey finally offered it for 000 and esting instructive and pleasant union of Mrs Robertson is with her sister Mrs GROVELAND convert the vast amount of raw material ment possible for any body under heaven to do Bettie Napper Goodman seeing in it a good bargain Salem Association dinner was served on in tills community into the finished anything that would please them We Mrs J T Hanks and her daughter The wire rail trust it is said will be took it in He began improving it at the ground bountifully to all and to product When this is done Brecken J D Jones went to Ekron Thursday venture the assertion that if an analysis ridge will be able to keep her money at in operation by April 3 controlling 75 once and today I expect he would refuse spare Bro Jenkins always extended Miss Myra went to Union Star Friday was made of the dominant influence of on business 2000 for it He has in 150 acres of an invitation for all to remain to attend the entertainment of which home instead of sending it away for the per cent of tho output of the country Joe Hllf and Casper Frank went to all such papers it would show a propor- Â¬ purchase of those articles that cau be Too many Trusts are what the people wheat this year and it looks flno He I have just finished that great book Miss Ada M Hanks took a professional tion of about 10 parts of political preju- Â¬ Hrandenburg Thursday object to but they go on building up has done a good deal of hard work on part They were the guests of relatives made here Titus by Mrs Florence Morse Kings MissRyfia Lee Allen left Saturday for dice to one part ot patriotism tills old farm but it will pay him in the lev for which she received a thousand The best development of our natural just the same Buffalo whore she expects to reside end Everything around him show a an dollar prize The book has stirred the wealth can be made under those circum- Â¬ BIG SPRING Rev Drake and Miss Rena Shacklett stances and It will be the means of giv Â¬ FonnsNitLE is a live progressive busi Â¬ eye to business hearts of many millions of people The Another old farm In this locality which book proves Mrs Klngsley to be a loving Ekron were the guests of RevD F Shack ing profitable employment to the ness town She has raer Mr Meyer of Buras was here last lett Tuesday night mechanic and laborer besides adding a chants that carry big stocks and do a a few years ago was given over to the tender woman as well as a fine writer broom sage and sassafras looks now like Thursday thrifty and desirable element to our strictly cash business The only draw- Â¬ Miss Maggie Sanders was very sick last Prisoners of the Sea has been publish Â¬ Mrs E W Jones and children are vis week Buffering with heart trouble she back to Fordsville Is her streets which it would take money to buy it This is ed and is said to be as fine as Titus population the farm where Lafo Davis lives Davis iting her mother at Henderson It is in accordance with these ideas ought to be improved is better at this writing Mr Bingham a celebrated elocution- Â¬ Is another man who recognizes that it that the Nivs is getting out its forth Born to the wife ot John Miller Jr Will Jones and Will Robinson attend Â¬ ist humorist and lecturer will appear at takes coming special edition In this magnifiof Walton on the 24th leak a daughter There is still a great deal of war talk out of a heap of hard work to bring order the Methodist church April 6th In his ed tho Woods sale near Ekron Tuesday chaos Horace Scotts grandfather cent paper the resources advantages and it looks every day best roles Proceeds for the Lucile Mr James McKay of Maize Grove like hostilities I am told owned this place Misa Bee Carrico and daughter spent at one time Home Miss Ellen Munford will sing and possibilities of this section will be might begin but still they Why ia it every Barsaparilla was the guest of hia sister Mrs F R Monday In hkronjthe guesta of Mrs Jake dont Pre Â¬ and then there was ubiut 2000 acres truthfully and faithfully set forth The sident McKlnley and his in This is a rare opportunity to hear a which tries to Bell itself ranges Moorman last Tuesday night advisers at it Subsequently It was divided Shacklett eloquence of adjectives have not been Washington are acting with and renowned Philadelphia star in his line itself against AVers as tho stand Â¬ great cau subdivided until now it has Miss Georgia Horrell of Cecelia who Mrs Jim Woolfolk and Mrs Ilanaav made farms He is a violinist of some accomplish Â¬ resorted to but plain terse terms that tion and there will not be war Why is it that all havo to ard unless it for a half dozm or more Mr was the guest of Misa Ruby Miller is weaius were the guests of O D ticlm-d-bring conviction have been used offer extra inducements bigger Dvis I Is forced 26 and 16 cents The report of the Court of the guest of Miss Daisy Meadorthis week son and family Tuesday think ownes tiie old homestead and lie ments Tickets on rale By wide and intelligent distribution of Inquiry has been bottles fancy wrappers cheaper at Nevltt Goughs made and they say has made so Mr O won Scott son of Wm Scott many improvements that it Great apprehension ia felt here by the price anything everything but thia paper the end sought for will be that the battleship Maine was blown up is now a very desirable piece Despite war rumors and omloouB who came so near bleeding to death from fruit men The peaches are showing the of property tho one inducement of quality attaiued and we urge all our patrons for by explosives from the outside placed Peyton Scott living near Mr Davis clouds hovering oer the nation business the nose is now recovering and is able red very rapidly and with the weather the good of their town and community under the vessel by some treacherous is reviving The money market is per- Â¬ is another good farmer to be up prevailing aa has been for the last week Ills success to be public spirited enough to mail Spaniards All this and much more is along this line lias been fectly quiet Wall street is of course made by raising Rev Heonn of Brandenburg preached or so they will- be in full bloom and at these papers all over the country and in moving the peoploof these United depressed and speculation is rather on a States tobacco Last November Mr hero last Friday evening and took up a the complete mercy of the spring frosts Scott sold so doing to exercise the same wisdom as they hare not been moved since our his good tobacco at 12 50 per standstill but we must remember that collection for the benefit of the Orphans hundred by and discretion they would to promoto great Civil war and we doubt not from ITo no means Is said street the conter of w II u nll puuco U1U40UU Buiuewnai on ueing a Homo at Brandenburg private interests their temper that there may be an out- - success IRVINGTON in handling tho weed He rare Â¬ our financial system Mr A R Morrla haa returned from the break yet notwithstanding the fact that The Guaton correspondent is fine but ly ever falls to raako a good crop and city where he haa been purchasing his The Ohio river is out of its banks at the President and his advisers are doing generally gets the top of strong enough op ho The regular meeting of the I B V 8 the market somedont come out bas never boon oqualod by any Spring goods He has also added a nice will be at MUa Ellen issuep point and below us in the river bot Â¬ what they can to avert it this Why doesnt be help thia Munords April 8 Mr Scott like many other farmers cheap imitation of it and quality line of furnlturd and cooking stoves to Answers to roll call with toms much damage is being done column give those same issues just what something blood tells tells just aa hia stock The American Economist of March he feels 7 The Goebel BUI shocked him about music Everyone hi especially re Â¬ Little Clara Hardaway daughter of 0 quested to bring up the work assigned Now that we liave a call for war there 25th presents in the form of a pictorial the electric chain extended over the It Is fee stafertf D Hardaway died Saturday moralng is a chance for our smokeless gun pow- Â¬ supplement an unique and interesting state like a galvanic battery Watch them I Lave sold Ayers Barsaparilla for siore March 20 this being the second child he the result der to make a big run over odorless array of drawings and cartoons selected When you take noods rills Tho big Vocal Music Mia Munford than twenty fire years and have Barer Mm angar coatou plllwliloh tear ou all to from the files of that paper for the past haa lost In the past week We extend Moremaa and Miea Nora IIedM08 whiskey heard anything bat words of praise from Just so far but no fathsr shall Spanish three years The illustrations several plccos are not Iu It with Iloodi Easy to take ships go my caatoaeri sot a single ooapklat has our slncerest sympathy to the bereaved our waters that wash the shores lBtrawwital Mr Piggett Mica Maud A prepamioa ever reached me Wk aim to cover all the news in our nuuuicu iu uuuiuer empuas ze in a ut parents of an unfortunate is land must not be Adkiaaoa asd MIw MeGetwe great BMrit to milaUla sack a repu poaMM eight page edition this week but wo peculiarly forcible manner the strength Mr E M Joaes haa returned from Utioa I believe toot sorMparilla to be rippled by a weak nations colors or Obb4bk of the PJaite O W Holmes promise you there shall be nothing of the doctrine of Protection aa an active the beat blood puriier that has ever heea Louisville where lie haa been to sell soeae asd Mm Rjbart MeGlotWlaa shell and shot will be the reception iatrodeeed to the geaersl pebHe I of tea lacking In our editioa of April the 13th living political issue and also demon We have it from reliable of hia tobacco Let us hope and pray that war may yet Paper Some faowtw Qparaa and there mid easy to oporate Is truo hear other BMBafactaren wy that this ia strate wltu what vigor and aggressive oi Hooui WUi which are 11 be averted by a wise President and his ourefl that be haa sold hU farm to Mr eompeaeta Mm Miller m good u Avers hat m om ever yet Tux festivities attending the launch Â¬ neea this doctrine has beon expounded up to date In every respect HunkeiB of LouUyllle coMtderaUoa hear it said that Ayers was h good a cabinet but we aa a nation want honor 1 ing of the battleship Kentucky almost by the American Protective Tariff Bare certain and sure All OALDWKLLfl ay other klad They always set Ayers m 3200 preserved and Cuba free ago C I Hood m the kadard U eMelleaW g r dnilU to wWa Co LowetlMae proved to be too mui-- fu S nator Joe League The Meade County HmUmI soeiy Tb oaly tm take I have Always admired Mm Fmjmm Bovw Math Mia Hoods SaraapwUte here bought his place Tn the woods and twontyflve years of hard labor has sur Â¬ rounded him with many conveniences The Branch is the busiest little road His father lives hear him and is now in in the state his eighty first year l On the right of the railroad a short Hkhks to you Henry Watterson I Slay dlstanco nbovo Harned stands a new the rich red blood of the truest patriot Â¬ two story house the residence of Newt ism flow through your goncrour impul Snyder Mr Snyder has a good farm sive heart forever and a day May you and has Improved it considerably In the llvb to see the utterances of the Star last few ears So all around this little Eyed Goddess of Liberty find fruition station I can name you a number of well in a free Cuba May you and all who to do farmers whom it is a pleasure to meet with aro kin by the bonds of true American ism enjoy the blessed Inspiration of duty done to humanity I BRANDENBURG Â¬ It wilt require more than n torrof paper o run off our Illustrated Edition WTuillVl 1 Â¬ 1 1 1 HOUSE RANTS t pr USE INDEX vW s i1 i -- S M Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ o Get More and You Â¬ Get Less M tftfl l iaSl Ayers - Sarsaparllla No Crip Hoods FlllC V SDR t x PEP9Nl HHDIOSaTION II CR53 ST5T A Cm Acers Pectoral attack of MTcd my childs Hfo in an 0 lurabr nearly all of which is dlmen slon stuff Ho expects to deliver it at the rate of 100000 feet n month The sawing and hauling to Glendcano will amount to nearly 3000 Kx Shcrlff8i Pato was in Hawrsvllle He is contemplating last Monday AS FULL AS A Q0AT FIGHT AND A FIRE i4 building an elevator at Hardlnsburg and Breckenridge Cannel Coal Com- Â¬ Always something now at this storo went to Hawesvllle to see tho elevator The Ohio is on a Great Old ksssf For sick headache dyspepsia thoro whs part of a conversation between pany Loses 6000 Worth Tear two ladies tho other day Thoy were Olarenco S Bate well known In this malaria constipation and bilio- Â¬ G H FRANKLIN of Property county Is reported very sick at the right Our storo liko tho buds on usness a million people endorse Bedford Springs Va Norton Infirmary and not expected to tho trees is blossoming out in its IIALP SIZG DOTTLES 50c recover He is a leading Populist of Bedbugs And Hlghwater Force In- Â¬ Engine and Rolling Stock Completely you watch your Bpendings you should spring timo garb If this state mates of the Incubator Destroyed watch our offerings Breckenridge News in tills lisue 01 the news you are TEACHERS MEETING to Move given the following interesting letters FIQHT PRECEDES FIRE THE DRESS GOODS one on Yellow Journalism letter on WEDENBDAY MARCH 30 1898 A Live and Progressive Body of Charity and one to the tribute of Mrs This is tho season womon are as impafiont to get to Be Pedagogues Vivian Daniel into now dresses as humming birds aro to get into BIGGEST FLOOD IN YEARS The Origin of the Disaster Seems Miss Lottie Head and Mr Norvill of a Mystery Ths Meade County Teachers Aesocir spring blossoms Thoro is spring enough already W W Honderson were in the city Sunday with M tion met at Garrett March 20th but ow opened to satisfy every lady in this community Mr the Misses Bowmer Norvill is ing to the inclemency of the weather no M OCLOCK A OCCURRED AT 3 COME AND SEE manager of the Long Distance Telephone The Mlrandy Dawdler sefsion was hold until the afternoon The Still Rides The at that point Qarrctt and viclnlt proved to There was an exceptional warm time citizens or Waves CLOTHING Elijah Cooper has opened splended to educational interests as was in the lower portion of Cow Heel Mon Â¬ be awake Use the News want col u inns stock of goods at Rock Vale and is doing shown by the kindly hospitality toward Somo clothiers might givo you a good cloth yet tho fa- Â¬ day night A fight occurred between Short Haynes for your paints a good business He is also Btation ag ut and fit might bo bad Wo have a lino of samples of ther and son Mr John Allen who is an tho teachers and visitors nt the large Get your bread from the City Bakory and says he shipped from that point last A COLUMN OF RIVER NEWS employe of tho Breckinridge Cannel Coal number of people present the meeting spring wear which wo aro making into suits from The house was called to order by Pres Â¬ The Olilo is sure anough a big river week 24 cars of freight consisting of ties Company was in town Monday and feel- Â¬ 1250 up which makes them as cheap as ready lumber and tobacco better than usual it seems ident D S Roberts The committee ap ing somewhat Things are well watered in this city at Mrs O E Llghtfoot who has been at pointed on resolutions was A J Corrlco mado ones but wear you longer and fit you better he didnt want to return home His son present the Jenny Casseday Infirmary In Louis This is a period when most everyone John undertook to take him and during J L Simpson and A V Williams After Be happy and contsnted by reading ville for two weeks for medical treat Â¬ Is to some extent dissatisfied and discon- Â¬ a conversation between them couldnt a few remarks by the Association it was the Nkwb ment will return home next week much tented This feeling is brought about agree and he inflicted several wounds voted that an assistant secretary be Ap The top notch of elegance is reached in tho spring T E Washer of Troy was in the city Improved Her many friends will be from the fact that tho Ohio has once more pointed and reports of the meeting hf about his fathers face and body with a derbys and alpines this year things of beauty lad to hear of her rapid improvment Saturday and Sunday when Spring is approaching left its banks knife Dr 8 S Watklns was summoned sent to tho Meade County Messenger mid and will bo joy to your head as long as you wear tho Breckinridge News for publication Bob Mattingy cane In yesterday and to deal destructively to those residing and dressed the wounds of the unfortunAll of the tropical fruits constantly carMattlngly was appointed assistant one Hilda renewed his subscription to the Nkws along its borders In the coming era the ate man ried at the City Bakery secretary Tho program was responded and Louisville Evening Post Bob says one prevailing question is war and now SHOES best purest confectioneries can be The to with interest and enthusiasm Onl the farmer who now does not have a comes something more destructive to the had at the City Bakery Tuesday morning at 3 oclock In some three were absent The program was as Tho closer you look at them tho better wo liko it daily and weekly paper and a telephone ones in condition not in a measure able Luke Kennedy a prominent citizen of box in his house is not in it nor up with to withstand it However the conse- Â¬ mysterious manner the engine house and ollows Wo wunt you satisfied before you lcavo our storo I S Slucklett Elizsbethtown is dead Welcome quences have to be borne by those do engine No 1 of tho Breckenridge Can Â¬ Kesponse address the times To youngster and oldsters who wear good service Â¬ C llatdtity r V CCanico Mrs C E Beecher and son are visit Â¬ John Squires of Hardlnsburg was caught The present stage of water is nel Coal Company went up in flames Spelling and Irununclatlon able shoes they will bo a treat a treat to those Mattle WooMrldtfe fire will entail a loss of 0000 The Nature btudy ing J 0 Nolte and wife almost as high as it was in 01 or 02 The robbed of 500 in Louisville last week Ittcitatlon 7ilpah lenk who have to pay tho bills too engine house wlthsomo rolling stock and Ule is ns you make It Illdi1 MKtlfgly Mies Gertie Barnes Rome Ind is He was buying some goods in a store Sunday night It is estimated by many I Henry Clay alti tools belonging to the employes of the Recitation Kuto Mullingly and laid his pocket book down on tho that It roso something near one inch an in the city visiting relatives Springtime sunshino and gladness prevades every nook and road were consumed Engineer John lluwlocouituct n rtcilatlun In lllsUJ I bimpson Hesitation Lebanon capitalists are contemplating counter and that was the lost of it hour on Monday it rose three fourths Ryan lost a valuable box of tools It is Importance of the study of MathematicsDora Funk corner of our storo Come and see tho now spring ideas He found his pocket book but it was of an inch an hour The river men are IJ WIiurch the building of an opera house I low to reach Reading to day Wednes- Â¬ difficult to approximate the loss under the Impression by empty Sin II I Rhodes D I Roberts Mr and Mrs Fred May Jr of Fords- The oil house which was adjacent to the Civil Government Rev T V Jcinor pastor of tho Elm day the Ohio will be ou a stand or re- Â¬ V 1 Spuldlng How to manage unruly pupis city with relatives vlllo are in the round house was consumed but through 1 he Transylvania Company V A Il wle ceding Street Methodist church is growing in AJC C rrico tho efforts of some colored residents near Cuban btruygle but little known The Breckenridge Fiscal Court con- favor with his congregation with eyery Common things A llnrton busle llurch the contents were saved A portion of Recitation venes at Hardlnsburg next Tuesday Wlio says It isnt damp enough sermon His discourses Sunday mornlmr 11 y the Garuti bong Slee Club the platform was burned but the main Harry Monroe of Hardlnsburg was and nights were simply sermons taken V L Spauldlug F 11 Ilardesty and office escaped uninjured Entdno No city Sunday from an every day practical life They An excellent time to take a sea bath amoDg the visitors to this A V Williams were appointed a com- Â¬ 1 is in a dilapidated condition but expe- Â¬ mittee on program for our next meeting J H Richards the popular lumber were Interesting and instructive Mrs II V Duncan came home Friday The brick yards are surrounded by wa- Â¬ rienced engineers are confident that sbo After the report of the Committee on man of Fordsvllle was in the city Satur Â¬ Death of Daniel Frlcl can be repaired at a small cost As she morning from Louisville where she has ter Resolutions the association adjourned to day In the death of this pioneer citizen of Â¬ stands on the trucks she presents an unbeen catching on to the new spring styles meet at Woodland the fourXh Satin day Victoria Hancock county there Is reMr L B Helm and wife of Stephens Great throngs ot Gregory Co have been compelled to sightly appearance in millinery Mrs D M Duncan her in April port were in the city Saturday shop Â¬ daughter-in-lamoved from that section a prominent people were in eagerness to visit the of Brandenburg re- Â¬ seek other quarters Tho resolutions adopted were as fo o ping farmer and miner He and scene as this was the first event of this turned with her and remained until Sun- Â¬ lows The streets of Cow Heel me in a better wis in his SOtli year Mr Friels had The steamer Tell Oily came up Mon Â¬ character to happen at this place Men day Her husband Mr D M Duncan UE80IUTIOVB OKMItAMJ COUNTY TKAUIIEnH only been ill since last Saturday and lOKRUNT Thc old Hardin farm on Clover condition than they have been for quite were early at work clearing away the came Saturday and he and his wife left day night with a good trip Creek ASSOCIATION awhile died yastorday morning He was an ply to Julius llreckrnridge county For terms all Duncan who Hardin debris Superintendent Sunday evening by boat for their home We the teachers of Meade coiuity in honorable and upright man In all his Either Hall of Webster came to the in Brandenburg Conrad and Solbrig have moved out makes his headquarters at the Victoria Â¬ association assembled make the follow dealings He lias a large acquaintance Â¬ WANTED Men In every county to act ns city Sunday He will locate here for the mines was telephoned of the disaster but The local capitalists of this city should They now have a chance to kill ducks Detectives under Vx ship in this county who will be grief perlence unnecessary Address Instructions Deleo futkre Universal had not reached the scene in timo for a ing resolutions organlz9 a company to engage in the tle Agency Indianapolis Ind 1st That we heartily thank the good stricken to hear of Ids sudden death The occupants of the famous incuba- Â¬ Nkws represents tve to ascertain the Nupper G5 years of ago an old manufacture of ice It is evident that tor haye left their quarters Too much amount of insurance carried The en people of Garrett and vicinity for tho cor- Â¬ Ho was a conscientious christian being NOTICE All persons knowing thentfelves In soldier was killed by a traiu at Clarkson it would be a paying Investment and a tn tlm undersigned either by note or a duvout member of the St Rose Cathogine had not been in operation ou Mon Â¬ dial welcome accorded us plant could be established at a small water account will pltare last Friday His burial will take place old business must becall and arrange same Our 2nd That if the Meade County Mes Â¬ lic church settled can be found day which proves clearly that it was the the store of Ikston Willis Co W II ilowmer at V Call and see our large line of paints and figure If you will take special notice of The fascination for riding in a skiff work of Incendiaries or of some careless senger will not publish the proceedings today at twelve oclock in the St Rose bon the amount of ice consumed during the white wash brushes before buying of our associations that wo send them to Catholic cemetry summer season youll readily come to grows daily as long as the water contin- Â¬ fellows who frequent such places at night -- Short Haynes the Bbeckenridub News seeking refuge conclusion that it will be such Other ues to rise HAS BEEN CALLED 3rd That wo heartily indorse AssociThere is one thing that doesnt bother towns of much smaller population Cloverparts Modern War Ship ations for bringing into close relation the CowHeel residents it is the overflow plants and why cant Cloverport get have Isnt It amusing to see how fond the one ing of the Ohio Therell be a hot time in tho old town teachers and patrons uniting them in Rev Donald Jrant to Go to Louis people become of a skiffdurlng high wa- Â¬ A Typical Kentucklan Mrs E OHull of LoulBvllle who was Mi Â¬ a common cause the uplifting and up of Havana when the ter vllle Willis Green manager of the exten- Â¬ visiting her sister MrsDavid VanAlstlne randa Dawdler turns her battery of 22 building of the youths of our couutry sive industrial interests conducted at I A H Oakiiico returned homo Monday Murrays bridge has become impassa- Â¬ caliber Smith Wesson guus upon the J L SiMiuox Com Son was It Is rumored that Rev Donald Grant Misses Marion Bowmerand Marguerite Falls of Rough by L Green ble and predestrians are compelled to walls of Moro Castle J A V Williams will resign his pastorate here and will The Miranda Dawdler is Cloverports Skillman who have been attending school in the city a portion of Monday Mr take the trestle X Green is a splendid type of the Kentucky accept cliaitiu of tho Portland Avenue only battleship She was built as a have returned home bTATK of Ohio City ok Toledo gentleman He possesses the culture iresbyterian church at Loulsvillo Rev Waldo Simons one of Toblnsports fighter because she is not speedy enough S3 There was about five inches rise in and erudition of Lucas County the scholar and the ex- progressive farmers has about eighty to run av a Grant will be greatly missed by his con- Â¬ She only draws one half here yesterday It will pro- ecutive ability the river X Fkank J Cheney makes oath that ho To our patrons We and managerial talent of acres of wheat under water inch of water and during the bom- Â¬ Is the senior partner of the firm of F J gregation here should he go to Louis- Â¬ bably be on a Btand to day the high class business man These ville He Is an earnest conscientious have moved from our old bardment of Havana she could be Cheney Co doing business in the City County Attorney Miller of Hardlns- qualities are so blended that they give cl ristlan worker and a forceful and con- Â¬ Tho Mineral Center Gas and Manufac- Â¬ stand to what is known of Toledo County and State aforesaid burg spent Sunday and Monday in the him an individuality that is peculiarly vincing pulpit orator While regretting turing company have closed their offices and that said firm will pay tho sum of city He was enroute to Hawesvllle 1 as the old bank building Â¬ attractive to all who know him The in- on account oi tho high water the loss of so popular a pstor our peoONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each Miss Edna Harrington one of Mul terests over which he presides are very ple congratulate him on having entered where we will be pleased and every case of Cataiirii that cannot draughs charming young ladles will be extenslye and demand a versatility rare Â¬ a larger Held for usefulness The steamer Tarascon landed at this bo cured by tho use of Halls Cat a 11m to see our customers It O ly found In a man of his years But port Sunday evening A large with relatives in the city several weeks crowd IS NOT THE MIRANDA DAWDLER1 THIS Cuhk FRANK J CHENEY AN ACTIVE DEMAND shall be our aim in the When you come to the city and do not Willis is possessed of a wealth of energy turned out to see the beautiful boat mounted on wheels and dragged through Sworn to before mo and subscribed in wish to visit a hotelcall at the City Bak Â¬ and ability and is equal to ever demand mada upon him future as in the past ro the streets of the city my presence this 0th day of December Has Created SilfT Prices for the Weed ery where you can obtain a good lunch The banks from the lower wharf to tho As the boat is a cross between a A D 1880 serve our customers with 4 Hed A Jolly dood Fellow The widow Keenan who lives on a farm railroad pier are breaking and the out- Â¬ Chinese Dragon and a horrible nightÂ¬ county farmers aro real J Breckenrli A WQLEASON X the best adjoining Lillards lost her house and All goods de- The local lodge of the Fraternal Mys- Â¬ look should this rise continue will leave mare it would frighten the soldiers of ing good prices for their tobacco The Notary Public sales are active and are satisfactory to the I SBAL household effects by Are last evening tic circle has been greatly strengthened them in a deplorable condition haughty Spain into surrender livered promptly planters Mrs Fletcher Pauley and little daugh- Â¬ by the ten days visit paid this city by Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken internally There are many fatmers from the point Thomas Horeeley living near Custer ter Grace Mabel will spend a few Supreme Duputy R O Court This Restored to Health and acts directly on the blood and mu- Â¬ sold his crop of Burley to W II Carman weeks with relatives at Holt and Louis gentleman during his stay hero added of Toblnsport to what is known as Mill- Â¬ Mrs A B Skillman who a fow months cous surfaces of tho system Send for 35 or 40 members to the order Brother stone haye hundreds of acres of wheat at 15 and five Mr Carmau resold the ville was in a precarious condition since testimonials free 8 10 samo crop at Louisville for 15 Charles W Moorman Jr has gone to Court is one of natures noblemen En submerged in water Most of the resi Â¬ writes that she will return home from F J CHENEY CO Toledo O and 0 50 thuslastlc energetic and as full of good dents along the banks have vacated their Â¬ Louisville where he has accepted a lucra Florida in a few weeks fully restored to Soll by all Druggists 75c Joe A Askins of Stephensport was tive position with his uncle Mr 0 F stories and homely sayings ai an egg is homes her normal health and strength This of meat be won a host of friends while In Louisville last week and sold his to Moorman good news which was received in a letter HERES ENTERPRISE here His visit will be pleasantly re Â¬ bacco at 9 80 Sit5 5300 and Mortons and Herons mills have both 205 The season Is on when farmers are membered and his legion of to Mr A B Skillman will delight all of admirers suspended operations due to the high He rejected ono hogshead at 3 needing collars bridles and you couldnt wish him a large Mrs Sklllmans friends She has been measure of prosperity water It will only take a few Inches B F Hlnton Will and Jim Mattlngly These Boys Know How To Farm On do any better than to call on Frank In spared to continue a life of usefulness In all Ids undertakings more to surround the former but it will and Johnson Wilson of tho Axtel neigh Â¬ a Large Scale Haswell community Hersplendid Christian Â¬ 9 this take some ten or twelve inches to reach borhood delivered 20000 pounds of to- Â¬ Hon A M Falliain Married ity her charities and the acts she has Had you noticed the value of our week the latter The proprietors of both mills bacco at Hawesvllle last week The Whenever enterprise and good manTula is a ly and foreign market report Tde Evansvllle Journal of March 4 are stacking their lumbar upon stilts In preformed to promote the happiness of prices ranged from SI to 7 Mr HlnThe Hon A M Pulllam of Breck Â¬ this portion of the city there are eight those about her bos endeared her to the agement is associated with farming in ton will plant ten acres of tobacco this feature you should take advantage of It says whole of our people and her home com- Â¬ this county tho latter pays This is enridge county Kentucky and Mrs or ten dwellings flooded is purely reliable He says there will be a big crop season ing will be one of rt joicing to all classes demonstrated by the splendid success There were two excellent sermons Mary E Myers were married yesterday He also states that put out this seasou is being achieved by Ernest and that preached in the First Fresbyterian afternoon The ceremony was conduct- Â¬ The banks from the upper wharf to farming is further along this year than Vic Robertson of Glendeane Both of BURAS church Sunday morning and evening by ed by the Rev J W Turner at the resi Â¬ the extent of a mile or two were lined he litts ever saw it before at this timo of tho brothers aro blessed with more than dence of Mrs E D Wallace the brides with men Monday catching drift wood Kj VDonald Grant year the average share of energy and com- Â¬ Some one has said the burning of the sister 412 Mary street The relatives and W II Hennlnger of West View Mr WAGON 3IAKERS mon souse Instt ad of trying their luck Galloway ot McDauiols Breckenridge Cannal Coal Companys a few friends wjtm ssed the union is estimated that one hundred rabÂ¬ It and Ed Hall at business in the city they have stuck The principals have known each oth bits and partridges have formed a little Ine number one was the work of Im- sold an aggregate of 15000 pounds of to- Â¬ HORSESHOEING Etc to the farm and by putting luto practice er since childhood The bride Mral Island at the lower point to take refuge rfT Ml ts from Spain bacco to Hawesvllle dealers last week the highest order of business laont they Mr Henninger Mary E Myers has for many years re Â¬ from the water jam ort Lr Haynes have the largest and received 7 53 2 Mr I have just opened anew blacksmith are growing rich They are making ex sided in Evansvillu She has all the floe most complete line of paints and brushes that are not very robust need a tensive preparations for a big crop this Galloway 7 2 4 and Ed Hall 0 and shop at Buras whero I am prepared graces of womanhood an amiable dispo Â¬ The present rise of tlieOhlohasbrougbt ever brought to Cloverport luey are and fat forming year It is their Intention to break all 2 for their tobacco to do all kinds of work in that line sition and a religious character of the out all of the old relics in the shape of warming building btifore cheaper than ever food something to be used for twe records They already have 125 acres of highost type WILL CONTEST boats which hive been stored away for I am also authorfied to solemnlza or three months In the fall that wheat In tho grouudand the cereal looks Warfleld Hendrick was in last week rhe bridegroom Judge A M Pulllam a year tho rights of matrimony they may not suffer from cold paid his subscription to date and a year is one of the substantial business men very promising About 17 acres are Heirs of a Wealthy La Orange Alan ThoBe who posses a camera have one being prepared for corn and 00 acres for in advance roundlug up the twenty first of Breckenridge county Kentucky He JAMES A TUCKER of the best opportunities of their Uvea to fidelity to the Nkws year of his Want Their Share tobacco Tne corn ground is all plowed Is engaged in the real estate and insur- Â¬ get some beautiful vlewsAlong the and ready for planting Fity acres of The Submerged District Asia and Ell Harned were in town ance buslut ss He is a former Judge of banks and up the creek presents some tobacco will be put in uew ground and were looking around at the court in that county and is popular Monday They J D Putts a prominent citizen of Fully ono half of tho fine wheat farm artistic sites for this class of work 10 acres in second year soil The boys Kirk with five other heirs have entered the lots here with a possible view to In the political and Boclal clrclt s of the conducted by the Lewis brothors at of Cod Liver Oil with Hypophos are showing their good sense and pro suit in the circuit court at La Grange community In which he resides A roan a store Grayson Gszitte opening up Lowisport Is under water About CO The steamer Cloverport went to Prlcea phites of Lime and Soda supplies gressiveness by puting in ten acres of of sterling character affable and conge Â¬ Mr John Heeton a member of firm of They stock peas It is this kind of farming for the purpose of breaking the will of acres of wheat land owned by David landing yesterday after a barge of staves exactly what they want Heetoti Willis Company arrived in the nial be will make a mode husband They will tako It to Tell City for the Gin- - will thrive grow strong and be that puts the agricultural iuleresta of an undo who recently died at that placo Beauchamp in the samo vicinity is sub Â¬ Mr and Mrs Pulllam left on the 220 L city Saturday Mr Heston will moti well all winter on this splendid food Breckenridge county upon a high plane The deceased was worth 100000 aud merged while 73 ocrr s of land with a clnnati Cooperage Company left his entire estute to his widow The fine growth of wheat owed by George into Mr Gas Browns house oh the hill p m train for Owensboro en route to tonic Nearly all of them become There wera more persons oa Monday very fond of it For adults who and will eventually make this one of the heirs allege tnttt tho decedent made sev- Â¬ Lawson of Hawesvillo is Buffering from Board Jr has located at Breckenridge county where a comforta- Â¬ Dr Mlltos most prosperous conm unltlts In the eral wills prior to his death and the most ble home awaits them and yesterday eager to catch any sort of the overflow are not very strong- - a slate Au old bottom farmer Kirk He has built a very neat and liberal amount granted his wife in these Bays if the a vehicle than there bai been for some Â¬ of treatment with and fitted U up with hand Brass Jurors rUseseks course water wllf recede this week eosy office Instruments was 20000 They also al Â¬ and the weather is the Emulsion for a couple Booming some furniture He carries a full line cool and cloudy the Circuit Court for Hancock county la in time It was exceedingly amusing to see lege that his IfBt will was made on his them stop wagon for transportation to of months in the fall will ilrayC wheat that has been submerged will of The couuty seat of Grayson county sssslou this week and there is a large put them through the Leltcli field is b gluing to boom There death bed The deceasod had no chil Â¬ not be greatly damaged He claims sJtttMkJ you possess any valuable lands crowd of people Id Hawesvllle The the other side dispose of there Is not any following are the grand jurors winter in first class con Â¬ Is to be steeled a large mercantile de dren and Mr Totta is a nephew that drowned wheat Refers more from you desire to Davis Sherman and Godfrey Ball returned dition Ask your doctor warm weather whicK scslds it than TIm IscorpofsitiM ate btUr weass et kU1bk quick returns Bruuer foreman John Rlchey Joe Thursday from St Louis Mo where Capt J II Rowland who served as a Nkws Jones W T Montgomery Peter R about this v Jeo VuM Statofl Naval ofllcer durla the anyuung else than to ma the Bkbckbnbii M J feMlatftuuN HO Cimno they have been ou a visit v ww yti ft SCBTTf lmih Young J W Lyons F R Lane John wot eolumus St tsvtoks A OsrUswe VJ JteMwtt T W Lo Civil Wr will ofier his servJsM should t iawwi mm vniffir To Curst Kturta Your HoweU this emirtry muI Spain kstillil KJMlTiprtMSKXJMss J O Mattlealy has a eoatraet with t Sffiuert Fat Siepusns 0 1 Moorman Vtka CwcarU Censtlpatloii Vsravvror Ma --4 m At ewflSMst uanuy cathartic cure a tMLiiMLBLHiHttv Cawly CuttwwtU tea o M JUUWI u u u u w saw orussMM rwvM break out Tt Qopsjr to saw 00000 feet B7TMMpWiuid AllsaKsfes wimmnptiiiiiitAtaaotw CIT BOWM CfcM Mw tmk croup One box of Tutts Pills will save Makes a Hot Time at the Short many dollars in doctors bills Line Round House They willsurely cure alldiscascs of the stomach liver or bowels Save Your Money tike to ssssssssV Come Here No Reckless Assertion TUTTS Liver PILLS rfl Local brevities W1 M Â¬ J Â¬ MENS HATS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SULZERS Â¬ WANTS well-to-d- dlfr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ man-of-w- Â¬ NOTICE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ j GREGORY tr I GIBSON 444 4 Â¬ Â¬ ANEW Blacksmith Shop At Well Children EMULSION SGOTTS Â¬ piBtsvr Dn tm bu ilfcWAtf iktZUWil 1 LTE1 nHNHPna Breckenridgk WRHNKfinAY FAITHFUL News 0 IW8 yelOow journalism An Hra of Cranks Jingoes Revolutionary Mai contcHta This era of tho history of our country is notable for tho vast number of cranks jltgws uiiHrildstp revolutionary mal Â¬ contents and others of llko ilk who are endeavorlrg to get a pull on the strings Of government and are trying togettheir ichlng palms fastened on the pockets or tho throats nf the better born a id better bred or upon him who by dint of energy and foiothoegit has been able to get on iu tho world We are the greatest news paper readli g nation in the world bat when we read some of the unholy trash which offends the intelligence of every thinking man or woman In the land Wo are almost led to the conclusion tliata free press is not altcg tber a good tlilrig aud that there is too much freedc m fn this big country pf ours anyway From an article iu a rabid revolutionary journal the following extract is taken rot because the langupge is unusual or sufll clently remarkable to deserve notice only aa it rervfs to point a moral or adorn a tale The East should have no pait nor place in the Democracy of America it is unfitted for it it is tho lair of the money devil It Is directed aud enslaved by money We IhIoi g o a new Demo- Â¬ cracy ptirifi d and brought back to the tenets of the fathers A Democracy which views with loath Â¬ ing the vast codfish aristocracy of wealth nurtured since the war which holds it to be an indisputable truth that no man can be worth 1100000000 without having stolen SUOoOOOOO of it which belleveB that the supreme court is aa much a servant of the people as la a justice of the peace which regards with alarm and aversion the growing power and en croachlig disposition of the federal courts and which will break that power if it takes a saber down driven through 11 sh and bone to do it The country is flooded with j mrnals with page alter page of just suce inflammatory matter appeas to the baser passions to envy malice hatred of the wealthy and powerful It is the same spirit abroad iu our own fair land which animated Marat Robespierre and their kind the pseudo friends of the people the real butchers of tho French Involution who a century ag deluged uuhappv France with the blood of many of her noblest and best True the French peo ple had many grievances cruel bitter wrongs of long standing which they most fearfully avenged While no one of even ordinary intelligence or information would liken the condition of thing here and now witli that of unhappy France of a century ago yet the uprising of the people in the French revolution is the usual warnii g sounded by our malodor Â¬ ous sheets whose natures partake more trul of the bloody minded butchers who made the revolution the fearful orgy of blcod that it was rather than of the up- Â¬ right minded men who in the beginning sought much needed reforms but who in the end were themselves horror stricken t the dreadful beast of cruelty and hate and evil which they had unchained It is true that there is some need for re firms In our government such reforn a as purity and honesty and Christianity woud bring but one howeyer blinded by sectional or political prejudicefancied or real wrongs would in sober moments consider the necessity for violence mobs pillage or a saber down driven through ll sh and bone to brinr about these refouns Let us look to it that the youth of our land are not contaminated by the un healthy ideas which breathe through journals which would shatter all that is dearest and best and holiest in our land Let us uso our best efforts to inculcate patriotism and so rid the land of tl e noxious insects who crowd about ready to draw the life blood of every man who has b eu more fortunate than they more industrious more enterprising and less given to noisy howling about money sharks and hard times We would almost welcome a war with Spain if while assisting unhappy Cuba and defending our national honor wo could be purified of such harmful and uuhealthfu spirits Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ EESlfla WRITES A IfntlTo E53ESm3S Aatrll9 Weftthcr I i A TKXa OHrJC rrophrt MAUOH Bright In The That The Sun Shit and Oid Kentucky Home Mr Editor vAs I have not read any thli g in your valuable paper from this portion of Texas I thought I would write a few lines from this part of the Lone Star State Granger is situated In Williamson county In the great cotton belt of T xv about 40 inlhsfiom Austin William on county is one of the riches counties In the i late I cant aiTurd to show par tlality between Texas and Kentucky for Kentucky Is tho birth place of my per ents Put I am a Te xas girl I was born under her tunny skies my first prattling was upon her velvet covered slopes and fliwery plaius I love to drink the water from her crystal stre am I love to baejc in her sunshine and Inhale her tonic atmoephere Her skies are bez d by a perpetual summer her lap is filled to oveifl iw from the cor- Â¬ nucopia of heaven I have never passed over hei borders but once and then I made a visit to Keutucky with my pat- Â¬ ents My three months Btay iu Ken Â¬ tucky seemed but a few days My visit there Ill never forget While thero I r ibbed many a black berry briar of Its fruit Ate walnuts and hickorynuts in the deep shades of the forests aud listened to the sougs of tho uncaged birds as they warbled iu the branches of the great oak aul others fl tied from fliwer to flower keeping out ot reach of my young hands mocking me as it were with their unapproachable splendor Oh those grape- Â¬ vine swings Ill never forget as 1 leaped into them like a humming bird in the honeysuckle aa they Btsgared to and fro as tho drunk with the wine from her And I love those own purple fruit mountains from whoso woes covered summit leap a thousand glassy streams spread out like bright clouds kissed by a thousand rainbows I sometimes wish that childhood would last forever that bright fliwers spanged landscape of youth whose skjs are cloudless and have never been stained by the dark clouds of passion where the forked light- Â¬ ening of persecution has never lascerated the soul and caused the eye s to weep tears of sorrow where the heavy hand of eg has not bent its form nor whitened its locks with light from eternity Put as time and tide wait for no oue tho entering onr teens it makes us awae of the fact that the morning uf life though like a green meador fringed with fl ewers bespangled with butler cups and water lillhs cue to ei with brght it ean 8 of childish happiness will be leit bh nil and we will be found in brcader fields of manhood and womanhood battleing with thecoiflcte of life making records for lime and eternity Maudk M IIaynes Â¬ MGA1BBR Tribute Love to Mrs V Daniel Read Before the W I M S of Which She was a Charter Member o Mleiilnnary Fo lety ICtli 1830 willi Him Tho Hnrdtmbti g Wo mans Korean r orKanr eJ Dec followlnu namefi an membeis Mrs V Daniel Ms ElJili Board Mrs Milton lloarl Mm It F Hayes Mips L lla DanM Mia f allle A Klncheltw Mrs 0 W BtRnl and Mite f ur liave Tula 0 Danlfl Of tli been call I home viz Mm KHJah Hoard MIm Le lln Daniel MImSaIIIo A Klnclieloo and Mrs V Daniel The laet named Mrs V Daniel fell to sleep Dec 7 1S7 and wns gtttlierecl to tho Fathers hcuo It is of bur we speak In this paper From the b ginning she became an active and sympathetic room ber and her int rrst never I jired to the close of her life In Octe ber 1881 she was made Treasurer of the Society and continued in like till the day of her death The latt years of her life beinjt an invalid she was deprived of the privilege of attending the meetings except when held in her own house ye the kept fully up with every plifleeol its work rejoiced in its prosperity nwl mourned over ntiy diccourrging rlrcum stance Phe lived to see society develop from a beginning membership of nine to thirty one and this in the face tfmany trials death removan and withdrannts She gave much into the treasury One of the lasts acts of her noble life was to send in a birthday offering only a few days before her death When the Par- Â¬ sonage aud Homo Mission Society was organized in 1811 the became at once a member and alvvHjs manifested an intelligent Interest in its norkligq Her heart was In practical sympathy with the toilers on the borders of our Zion and in nothing was she more interested than in providing homes for the families of the traveling preachers This Is the first death that has occurred in the history of the Hardlnsburg 1arsonage and Homo Mif sion Si clety since its organlz i Hon and they hereby join the V F M S in txprfSbious of sorrow having sus Â¬ tained with them an equal loss Much might be said iu memory of our dtar departed one Her record is on high and so is she fclia needs no eulogy from uh inasmuch as ulie is in the presence of her Saviour and Loiel Her life was loi g and faithful She hud her chare of furnace experience but she came out of them with h character like burnished brass Site trusted in God and He always helped her She loied her chinch aud its iibtitutions with a devotion rarely seen She had read an thought much aud so vm always able to give an intelligent reason for the opin- Â¬ ions she held Like a ripe fclient ready for the garner so was the When the Master came and calltd fir her He whom Blie loved did not lias tin her away ll i tf ntly announced that He was ready for her hut gave her a few quiet bleebed dajs to talk oer the jour Â¬ ney with I er eaithly friends to give a few llnaldirtctions concerning her a flairs and to talk oul ol her full and spiril illuuiinated heart of the Christ who died for lir Shu had trusted him and loved nim She knew He would not for sake her now anil He did not When the tupreme moment came aud all was ready He htood by her side her ejes beheld Hun ami her couutenaure shone with an uneaithly light She eat Inside Him in the chariot while together they entered the portals of Glory As a soci ety let us renew our vigilance and deep Â¬ en our consecrutlon that we may erau lato the virtues of these gone before us Sainted feihter Daniel She rests from her labor and her works do follow her Amen Mits K A Kinostov f AIM i J IIHUII Mm V G lUniudK Com Mm J O Cunniniiam Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ I That Tird Feeling Overcomes us when inferior preparations are recommended by unscrupulous deal ers just as good as Foleys Honey and Tar Cough Syrup when we know the une qualed merita of this great medicine A It Fisher Clovetport R A Shell man Stephensport Gordon IIaynes B A Witt Hardlnsburg PateBviile Cooking and Curing Man is the only animal that cooks and is the only oue who prepares med- Â¬ icinethe only one who makes it before he lakl s it O I Hood Coof Lowell Mbbs are among the best known medicine makeis in the country Hoods Sarsapa rilla is havii g a great demand just now as a spring medicine and blood purifier Tue same firm have also published a handsome handy volume of over 350 pages with stiff cloth covers entitled Hoods Practical Cooks Book which ought to be in the bands or every house- Â¬ keeper The regular price is adollarbnt they will send copies to our patrons if you mention this paper for 25 cents It is well worth four times as much Bucklens Arnica Salve Tub Dkst Salve in the world for Cuta Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fever Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chilblains Corns and all Skin Eruptions and postively cures Piles or no pay re- Â¬ quired It Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refuuded Price 25 cents per box For sale ur Short IIaynes Â¬ Â¬ Hkv S K Ujikkiumi Have You Had the Qrip T If you have you probably need a n li able rnediriue like Foleys Honey and Tar to heal your lungs and stop the racking cough incidental to this disease J Foleys Honey and Tar Cough Medi cine iu ur qui Btiouubly the best remedy To Consumptives for the throat and lungs Pleasant to As an Iion8t remedy Foleys Honey take and I guaranteed A It Fisher Cloverport It A Khellman Stephens aud Tar does not hold out false hopes in advanced Btage- - I ut truthfully claims to port Gordon A Hayues Pateiville give comfort aud relief in the very worst E A Witt llardiiisburg cases and in early stages to effect a cure A Oood Word For the Commissioners A K Fisher Cloverport It A Shell Irlirlor Journal man Stephencport Gordon A llaynes It only took one ballot to nominate Putesville K A Witt Hardiusburg and one to elect Judge W 8 Pry or of Henry Hon W T Kills of Daviees Commending Gov Bradley and Hon U II Poynlz of Mason elect Interior Journal tlon coiiiinltbioneis They are excel Â¬ We are often taken to taw by men lent men and their election guarantees whoarj so blindly partisan that they Hie fullet t fairness that can be had un Â¬ can s e no wrong in their own party and der the new law and given it a prestige no good in any member of the opposing that its radical features deprived it of party for complimenting Gov Bradley Everybody knows that the ex chief but at the risk of again t ffeuding that justice is above a tunpicion of wrong class of citizens we rise to remark that no man stands higher in his section lie lias rendered the Slate a great service than ex tungreBsmaii Kills while as in his watchful oversight of legislation Satu Senator and rai road commission Â¬ His veto mersaxea were all able and er Mr Poynlz made a reputation for pointed and but lor them more vicious ollicial intignty aud personal upright- Â¬ laws would now encumber the Statue ness That t ucli men will for the first books Gov Urridloy is a republican and four year enforce the law robs It of half a partisan but he la able to rise above the tenor that its diucutsion lias inspired party and when he doi s we are going to aud we shall continue to lopo fur the commend him no matter who may bray best at us A Serloui Affliction I desire to attest to the merita of Cham- Â¬ Glendae Ky March 12 1808 Mrs berlains Cough Itemedy as one of the ltosa Woodring of this town ws t fillet Â¬ most valuable and elli lent preparations ed with swelling a one of her limba of the market It broke an e xceedingly from her knee to her toes A physician dangerous coug i for me in 24 hruro and ascribed the trouble to liver and kidney In gratitude thereof I desire to inform trouble but the medicines given did not you that I will never be without it and do much good Mrs Woodring has you should feel proud of the high esteem been takiiig Hoo I a Sureaparllla with In whlcii your remedies are held by peobenefit fur indlgettion and determined ple in general It is the one remedy to try it for this disease She was re among ten thousand Succets to It O lieveel very soon offer sle began it tiste R Dowwky K II tor Democrat Albion and continued taking HosHraaparUla Tad For sale by A It Fisher Clover port J ASbellmaB Stephewport until she waa compl i cm d Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J N Squire of Hardlnsburg Loses Ills Purse Containing 7500 In Louisville containing 303 Mr Squlr i reported his loss to Chief of Dete ctives Sullivan He said he I ft his puise lying on the counter and when he turned around to get It heulscivered It was gon e Capt Sullivan detain d Detectives Plainp and Armstiong on the ease They arrested Mary Lawu on the chaig of graud lar ceny She was fouud iu a room at 133 E Jit Market street She deiied havlig taken the money but the detectives say they have a stiong case agaiiibt her Some time later William Sanders also coloied wasarrested Tue purse belong ing to Mr Squire was fouud in his p ck et He ha I no money however and it Issuppoeed thaMhe Laws woman told him to hide it forh r Sanders was tharg d with knowii gly receiving stolen property The case will be called fcr trial Men lay morning in the City Court Mr Squire will remain in the city await ing the result of the trial Â¬ Uyi CouritrJourntl N Squire of Breckinridge com ty while making some puichaBea in But- Â¬ ton Sous grocery store at Brook and Market streets was lobbed of a puise Sun Mr J Going Down Hill People fiufferii g from Kidney Diseases feel a gradual but steady loss ot strength aud vitality Tney should lose bo time In trying Foleys Kidney Cure a Guaranteed Preparation A R Fisher Coverportj R A Shellman Stephens A bath with Conp Buttermilk port Gordon A IIaynes Patwvllle Soap exquWtely soeaUd hisoothiagaa A Witt IlardlMbarg hew flclal Sold every wbe every merchant to please bis customers and that tliH wide awake drutr firm o The Sun Meyers A Eshleman Sterling III Is do- Â¬ may shine brightly and the birds may ing on is proven bv the following from Mr Eshleman In mv sixteen years sing their sweetest songs but if your experience in the drug business I have stomach is not right there is no happi Â¬ never Fcen or sold or tried a medicine ness for you Keep a bottle of Dr Cald- Â¬ that gave ss eood SRtisaition a Cham sick with rheumatism and lay in bed wells Syrup Pepsin in the house and herlalns Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea until May 21st when I got a bottle of Â¬ Remedy use it according to directions and the port R A Sold by A R Fisher Clover- Chamberlains Pain Balm The first ap- Â¬ Shellman Stephensport sun and birds will not shine in vain plication of it relieved me almost entirely Grant nnd Mrs Newton Constipation and indigestion cured from tho pain and the second afforded Summer Hill oloso to Stndloy Va Trial siz e 10c 10 doses and in 50c and complete relief In a short time I was very interesting placo built ovor is a 1 00 bottles Of Clias C Martin 100 years ago nnd was tho arena of able to be up and about again A T much active warfaro about tho yoar Moreaix Luverne Minn Sold by A Balti and Where to Find Them 1803 Mrs Newton resides thoro tho R Fisher Cloverport and R A Shell Frogs nro most plontifnl on tbo widow of Captain William B Nowton man Stephpnsport shores of pouds and streams filled with a scholarly gontleman and bravo com plant growth nnd in low moist places raandor of cavalry in General Fitz Hugh Funeral Cake in meadows In searching for thorn in Leos brigade who was killed at tbo Americans will find that tho English grass wait till you sco ono jump thon battlo of Culpopor Courthouse Summer frcqnontly exhibit n distaste for spongo catch it iu your hands Thoy nro not so Hill was takou for headquarters by cake and lady fingers This is not sur Â¬ easily got from tbo shores as they Genorol Grant nnd thoro ho held a prising whon It is known thaMhey are aro apt to tako to tho wator at tho first council of war with Gonornl Hancock servod with light refreshments at funer Â¬ alarm and General MoDowoll General Grant als in all parts of the British islands Crabs aro usually found under stones told Mrs Nowton he was expecting an and often aro sold undor the name of along tho shores of a stream or pond attack and thata battlo would bo fought In Yorkshire whon funoral biscuits and in somo localities in low moist undor her very rooftroo nnd added proveutod from attending a funeral to places in grass lauds Seizo tho crab I adviso you strongly madam to go which an invitation has boen given a back of tho pinchers and it cannot nip ovor into King William connty with memorial card is received with soveral you your littlo children I will bo glad to lady fingers folded in black odged paper Dobsons nro only fonnd nndor mossy furnish you an nmbulanco nnd safeguard and fastonod with black seals New Thoy to cross the lines stones in swift rnnning waters Orleans Times Democrat aro of n dark gray color have many No I prefer to stay Sho ausworod legs nnd when fully grown aro about here This old homo is all I bavo loft Children and adults tortured by burns tbroo inchos lpng Tho head is shield and if its fnto is to fall down it will shaped and armed with good stout pinto fall on my head I can put the scalds Injuries erz ma or skin disease have may secure inBtant relief by using D cers so handlo thodobson as you would children down In tho potato cellar and a crab Tho bost way to got a supply of general if yon should got scarod whon Witts Witch Haz 1 Salve It Is tne dobsons Is to have somo ono hold ono tho firing begins you can go down thoro great Pile remedy Short IIaynes edge of a flno moshod not on the bot- Â¬ with thom SAY AMEN I WE tom of tho stream whilo yon tnrn over Gonornl Grant laughed heartily and tho stones abdvo tho net with a hoo Havo your own way madam said Tho dobsons loosing their hold on tho You nro bravo enough Aftor tho war H H Haynes Strikes a Responsive bottom will be carried by tho currou was over he Inquired very particularly Chord In Patriotic Breasts Â¬ into tbo net Put frogs crabs and dobof her and oxprcssod tho hope that sho sons into n pail with plenty of grass and carno out nil right Boston Transcript somo water If you aro to keep them for Gakfikld Ky March 18 1898 Mr some timo cbango tho water occasion- Â¬ Give a Up By Four Doctors Editor The women of the United ally Beaver Dam O Aug 27th 1895 States should let all their sympathy and Grubs aro excellent bait for trout ear- Â¬ My daughter after being treated by admiration for the v omen of Cuba find ly in tho soason Thoy nro fonnd in partially decayod treo trunks stumps and four doctors and being given up for lost vent in word aud deed for arenot those old timbors loft in moist plaoos Cut a neighbor recommended Foleys Kidney brave mothers wives sisters daughters into tho wood with an ax and if you cure Today she Is able to walk several and sweethearta of Cuban soldiers doing find it full of holes of tho size of n lead miles without fatigue I feel we would just what our own ancestors did in the pencil knock it to pieces and pick out have lost her if it was not for your medi- Â¬ Revolutionary war They are not only tho grnbs Put thorn in n tin bait box Respectfully working for their dear ones but some of somo of tho rotten wood you found cine with Mrs S M Bailey them are where they see their loved thorn in Harpers Round Table A R Fisher Cloverport R A Shell ones fall bleeding and dying yet they Haynts do not falter but they take the place man Stephensport Gordon No Griping or Fains Pateeyille E A Witt Hardiusburg made vacant by the fallen and uge on Arrowsmith 111 Jan 21 1897 Dear Sirs their com rails to greater deeds of Valor I have been bothered for What Mored Tennyson 15 yoars with constipation and I have tho they know their homes and lives are When Tennyson was offorod tho lau tried many preparations during that reateship ho took a wholo day to con- in jeopardy every hour the struggle Is pro time I commenced using Dr Caldwells sider aud at last wrote two lot tors ono longed May the day soon dawn when Syrup Pepslu in tho fall of 1895 and un accepting ono refusing and determined Cuba shall be free and war shall be no more heeitAingly Fay It ia the best remedy I to mako up his miud aftor a consultation with his f rionds at dinnor He said ever found for my trouble No griping II II Haynks Iu tho end I accepted tho honor bo Your etc or pains after taking causo during dinner Veuablo told mo For a perfect complexion and a clear Wm Hurt that if I became poet laureate I should heathy skin us a Cosmo Buttermilk Clias C Martin drugulst always when I diuod out be offered tho liver wing of tbo fowL Tho imme- Â¬ Soap Sold everywhere A Curloai Xlon Story diate result ot becoming poet laureato When lions wero still numerous and was that pooms and letters poured in easily observed in southern Africa thoy and Tennyson writes I get suoh wero sometimes seen Instructing ono an- Â¬ shoals of poems that I am almost craz- Â¬ other in voluntary gymnastics and pracXbo 13000000 poets of ed with thorn ticing their leaps making a bush play Great Britain deluge mo daily with part of tho absent gamo tho Moffat poo ma Truly the lnureateship is no sin tolls tho story of n Hon which had ecure If any good soul would by way missed a zebra by miscalculating tho of diversion send me a tomo of prose disttTOo repeating tho jump so v oral Clover- Â¬ San Francisco Argonaut times for his own instruction Two of ooraing upon him while he his oomrndes was engaged in tho exercise ho led thom arouud tho rook to show thorn how matters stood and then returning to the starting point completed tho lesson by mnking a final leap Tho animals kept roaring during tbo wholo of tho talking together May Co as ourious sccuo the imtlvo who watched thom said By OANNELTON IND tho aid of individual training of this ytofe tc kind industrial animals become apter as thoy grow older old birds for in Â¬ stance constructing moro nrtistio nests than young ones aud llttlo mammals like mlco becoming more adroit with or ago Yet however anolent In tbo Iifo of the species those acquisitions may bo thoy bavo not tho solidity of primordial instincts and are lout rapidly if not M C Lotonruoau In Popular used 1 I Jtr Soienco Monthly B f BKARD PreiUeat MRiWllURBDft WILL MILIiBH VIoe PrMldttt A thrill of terror Is experienced when Stockton N Y July 3 1894 H BKARD 0iiUr a brassy cough of croup sounds through Dr M M Fknner Fredonla NT the Ik use at night But the terror soon Dear Sir I had hip disease 8W BKARb changes to relief after One Minute Cough caused by rheumatism so bad that I MORRIS MKRIDSB I Dlmtor Cure has been administered Hafe and could not step on my left foot for about R H JOLLY harmle si for children Short A IIaynes k two years INTEME8T PAID BN TIME EPWIT9 I lost my appetite and flesh and bc iDiftSorfet Teit Mrs Ilomor 1 bear that all the camenervous and restless Had beea members of your church choir resigued treated by physicians without benefit yeitcrdny What was the trouble I was advised to try your Kidney and A4K5e2S2ijaiacSS Mrs Cuurctily Why after ringing backache Cure and the result of its use fl the first hymn the minister arose and was simply wonderful After taking the opened his lliblo and chose for his text first bottle I was so far relieved that I Aud after the nproar bad was able to walk without a crutch tire UKaElfea Acs xx pah left me and my strength returned ilr wTXSn ceated etc Chicago Record MSI aa4 KaU OUKK Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Warrlgni oallcd 8ergoant Dalton to tho hi nek tracker look out for n high dry spot for tho camp tonight My Imunlounud thoio black clouds np thoro say its going to rnin soon Tho aborlgino rolled over on his back and for sovcral minutes ho scanned tho tombor banks abovo Then ho darted n glanco Into tho forest about Dnltdu wntohod htm for ho know that tho oyo of a weather prophet pcorcd Into tbo elements Tho wholo time tho blaolt lay on tho ground with his arms under ills head ho nover moved a musclo His eyes rolled nbont In his head liko Irresponsible pupiled white marbles covering tho wholo spaoo from tho ground behind him to the horizon in front nnd tho earth rim of tho hlnokvnult nbovo him on each side Then bo slowly closed his lids for a moment and rolled over on his olbow facing tho sergeant No rain massa Plenty dry spoil all along two months How do yon toll all this woathor buBiuc88 tho sorgenut askod for ho know by past oxporienco that tho weather prediction of any trno Anstrnllnu tribes man was moro to bo trusted than that from any scientific motoorologlcal bureau Theso pcoplo predict sonsous of wind and rain with pcrfoot accuracy Scogumlcaf said Wnrrlgnl point- Â¬ ing to the enoalyptns trees Yos plenty of thorn assented Dal- Â¬ ton Sposln it rain leaf lay down Sposin it keep dry loaf stand up 800 nil loaf stand np to look for water Wa ter long tirno off Look on ground continued tho ab original bnshman Gum loaf dry turn np crack loud No rain Sposin rain soon leaf drink in wot first layout Plenty heavy dew all nights plenty Outing long dry spell nhcad Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ as wo loarn In a letter of Chnrlos Dlokons to tho Into James T Fields tho American publisher Dlokons wrotoi I drcamod that somebody was dead It was a pri Â¬ vate gcntloman aud a particular frloud and I was greatly ovorcomo when tho nows was broken to me very delicately by a gontlomau in a eocked hat tpp boots and n shoot Nothing clso Good God I said Ms bo dead Hoisns dead lr rejoined tho gentleman as a doornail But wo must all die Mr Dickons sooner or later my dear sir Ah I said yos to bo suro Very true But what did ho dioof The gontlomau burst Into n flood of tears and said in n voico broken by emotion Ho christen Â¬ ed his youngest child sir with a toast Â¬ ing fork Some sensitive men rofuso to appoar Thoro was en doshablllo on any tonus says a lovnblo English olorgyman Mark Twain In A Tramp Abroad who did not got to tnblo dhoto at all His breeches had turned up missing Ho said and without any eqnlvnlont ho was not moro partlenlar than other pcoplo but he bad noticod that n clergy- Â¬ man at dinnor without any brooches was nlmost suro to exclto remark Tbo complctest doshablllo is obtain ablo in tho tropics Tho lato Henry Drnmmond onco wrote home from con- Â¬ trol Africa that ho had nothing on but a helmet and tbroo mosquitoes Sydney Smith who waB tbo first man to pray In August for the power to tako off his flosh and sit in his bones dosorlbod tho hoight of bliss attainable by n Sierra Leone native to bo sitting in ono bnlf of a melon with tho othor half on his head eating tho pulp Cornhill Maga eluo Ihtlll Doihabillo can bo Impressive Ka Father to the Mew philanthropist had argued veho Tho montly for altruism as tho only right principle of conduct and we wore both 6 UUvtm I St Urn protty cross when I at last declared that Tlwe Card Iw Effett hm 29 7 egotism was tho more natural and cited children as oxamplos Then ho milled No 41 No 44IN0 Eait Donnd He has a houseful and bis affection for Lt St lx consistent with his profes 7Mim UMprn thom is so fl Btlrn 420m 3 Mem KtuisIiI sions that ho could not help throwing 3 10 Ilendcrttn 719 246 SpttWll s7 TJ8 S3S logic to tho misanthropes by furnishing a IS Owmtboro 400 844 this perfect oxample of the truth of my IUwmvIV 4 40 BIT 4M n 6 03 445 contention 6W Clon Stephcnipun Un 6 2i BSK ray ho said other night Tho IrWnRton 687 603 0U Brandenburg- II 12 baby was sick so my wife brought him 617 621 1235pm 746 791 quick Â¬ ArrLonftvilla into our bed Ho fell asloop very ly then but I lay awake for an hour or No 4I No 4 Mo 43 Dound Weit Suddenly I felt tbo child turn moro Loutivllle 7f0im 460pm 823pm np It was tbo first tlmo In Lr nrandenbori start and sit 60U 861 984 bad experienced total Inlnjton 643 S16 962 his lifo that ho 1021 961 720 Stephnport uursory tho gas la darkness for In tbo 1016 rioTtrpot 7S9 011 1U3S ilawresvlllc kept dimly lighted all night I was ouri 1068 804 1185 1148 916 ous to soo what ho would do I felt him H Owemboro Spolttvlil 1223am 217tn 9 47 12 0 throw himself about by quick sharp 12 6 1010 tlrndrnon 1 15 115 1040 Eanirlll looking first ono way then the jorks 732 ArrSeLotil 720 other trying to soo something Thore Al Iralm was nothing loft in existence for the Through parlorrun through Solid 10 Btanivllle sTeepcri and child of conrso The room had vanish tralnibetwetriS can Lnuli Pullman villa and oil all fault Kn cd mamma was gono papa tho earth villa Numbtri 41 and 42 connect at lrvinEton for Fordsvllle and llardintbnrg dally except Sunday hoavons all had disappeared and tbo 11 C MORDUE A O I A But tho baby didnt cry Ho sat perfect Â¬ LonlivilleKy ly still for a minute thon ho said Â¬ aloud as if with complete self satisfac LouNlle HenderoniSI Louis RyCo tion New York Baby all right 3STO Commercial Advertiser Henderson Route I UM Â¬ Â¬ Alter years of untold sutTering from Talc a-- Fffect piles B W Pursell of Knltnerevllle IV it 630 1ilek L 30183 was cured by using a single box of Dc1 Man Bound Train IfMl Bound IVaent Witts Witch Has Ralye Skin dlseasf a such as eczjma rash pimples and ob- Â¬ a Mall A il Mall A stinate sores are readily cured by this Exprs BxprU STATIONS Expra Hxpr famous remedy Short IIaynes Dally Dally Dally Dally TIME SCHEDULE In I luiij lij 4 1 It is or should he the highest aim of In the Jinny museum is a pair pf shoes made of yellow silk once belong ing to tho famous Marnnise do Pompa dour and nro the identical pair she s depicted as wearing in tbo pastel por trait of her which hangs in tho gallery of tho Lonvro On the morning of Feb 20 1895 1 was Â¬ 4f0pm 603 6 37 6 40 6 48 6 53 6 00 733am 7 48 IrUnn 818 8 21 8 35 8 42 8 51 9 07 82 609 618 026 Wett Point Howard Willodale Rock Haven Longllranch Ekron Gutton Irvlngton Webster Kentucky St ptar Flrandenburg- - 859 3 61 669 707 712 7 20 7 24 915 923 931 932 9 43 1235pm 7 45pm 12 20 733 Uf0m 665 1145 651 1135 645 1128 640 1121 634 1112 626 1102 618 1063 610 1045 1037 1021 6 13 Iodlburt Simple Holt Pierce 727 7 39 7 43 764 804 812 818 8 27 1011 1014 1025 961 960 969 Stephensport Addison 833 8 42 1035 1043 1049 1058 1105 1114 863 90 1125 1151 1165 916 921 925 932 lltfani 1146pm 1202 1209 9 47pm 12 17 954on- - 1224 lOlOom 240Dm 9J9 Sklllman Hawesville Petrle Falcon Lewlsport Waitman Powers Pates Owensboro Mattlnely Griffith Stanley Worthlngton Reads Spottsvllle Bassett Cloverport Shops 1020 1015 1007 1002 969 9 45 9 40 9 27 660 5 42 6U 518 615 6 5 4 4 4 6 80 6 22 03 00 49 40 33 917 9 9 8 8 09 03 64 47 838 827 818 802 419 413 4 4J8 01 S63 3 44 8 33 8 07 7 68 7 52 7 45 7 38 7 31 7 15 in 329 826 313 301 3 20 3 07 Trains Nos 41 and 4a make connection at lr vington dally txcept Sunday with trains to aid from HardinaburE and Fordsvllle llranch Onlyline running Parlor Cars between Louis ville Owensboro and Henderson Only direct line to the North and East For further information call on or address Agents or HC MOIIDUK AG P A Louisville Kv we 2 46pm M TAKING I St L iiy fordsvllle Branch TIME TABLE No 10 EFFECT MAY 30 1897 West Bound Trains East Bound Train Dally Dally Dally Daily ez Sun ex Sun STATIONS ex Sun exSnr No 6 No 1 No 2 No 1060am Lv Irvlngton Ar 9o0am I 1125 40 47 11 11 12 12 12 1165 10pm 25 35 1265 106 120 1 Harned Hardlnsburg Junction Kirk Jolly Glendeane Dempster arFallsIloughlv Junction Dempster Rockvale Oaks Mitchell Garfield 8 00 7 42 7 27 7 17 6 30 7 S7 7 02 660 620 605 6 44 6 33 6 f0 5 25 6 lu 5 00am 45 165 2 05 215 230 2 Sim Ruth Asklns ArFnrdsvilleLv B O B East O TIJCB S W RY TAjBEjE3 Trains leave Louisville as follows S W RAILWAY Clndnnatl and ths St Louis and the West No so No 16 No 18 Lv Ioulsvlla 2 45Pm 135am 813am Ar Cincinnati 645am 1155am 605pm Ar Columbus 11 15am 5 5Spm 11 05pm a o sjpm a Ar rmsDurg 7 95am Ar Washington 650 am 11 20am Ar Baltimore 1 2opm 7 joam Ar Philadelphia 10 15am 340 pm Ar New York a 3onn SSSPm Ar Boston 300pm 905pm Nraln No i has elegant Pullman Buffet Parlor Car to Cincinnati and Drawing room Sleeper and dining cars Cincinuktl to Washington Baltimore Philadelphia and New York without change Tran No 18 has el gam IVlman Parlor Car to Cincinnati and Pullman Drawing room and dining cars Cincinnati to New York without change Tram No ao has sleepers to Cincinnati open at 9 oclock to receive passergeis St Louis Springfield and the West Lv Louisville No so J HHunscIie The TAILOfe Ar Springfield 8 40pm 9 33am North Vernon accomodation leaves at 7 15 a m daily Charlestown accommodation leaves at 3 30 p in extept Sunday Trains Nos 16 so and 44 nave elegant day coaches Pullman parlor and sleeping cars to St Louis From East 7 am is 15 hoon 640 p m is 93 a m 3 ao a m From West -- 7 a a m is 15 p m 64op m City Ticket office coucheast corner Fourth and Main streets Depot Seventh and river For di tail Information regarding rates time on connecting lines sleeping pallor dining cars etc ddrrss R S BROWN District Pass Ticket Agent It O S W Ry 4th and Main Louisville Ky or J M CIIKSSllROUOH General Pas enger Agent Cincinnati Ohio O B WARKBL Assistant General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio Ar St Louts is3cnn a 35am No iS 893am 640pm No 44 8sopm 711am TRAINS ARRIVE 1 Simply Wonderful cr Will be in port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month Casper with Safety I Comfort Louisvl FMt anil LIB EvaisviK BANK Packet Line Hall Betwwn Louisville and Evansville STKAMKRS HARDIES BURG f E P M Kyan D G RAGON Matter W A BUkop Purser L T Cobbk TARASOON L Pmbv MuUr MuUr TELL CITY R H Ballard W B MemMI fw FMr C - MADE ME A MAN r iitln aia iaw AAniA Dally txeapt Saturday - b4wm LoabvlUe Bd Hew AnaUfdaas Might tklpfwJ fcf IMi Mat UHTe4 opt f tsaa by rail TMVtftM im lad m itsaaisM a aiwf- patted hi mulpaaaat ad astaasaaadtHfi The Vett twHtuwjT an M e4c aid Va Mm4 f Mm Wt keUl be aaM U oUaet ITS and IT 4 At P D eSTAGGSf 1 s 1 CHARLES O MARTIN mti aaaa Preeerlptlon Pharmacist ranJfLH XJXXKBMBBi teraslsadin LflivWa Tbr D 1 PKNKY OV 8l ael ej4d WW IITJI Wiluaw TP1 Owwuboto Xj Ki - Breckenridge utnvWDAY One A News MAItOH 30 t8J8 Yankee Inventions beeu tin LA r f Hi N i was not impressed by tho big things of I sholl report to my gov- Â¬ tho country said bo that tho blggost ernment thlugs in America tiro tho llttlo things Tho French people nro oxports in do wdstio economy nud livo comfbrtably by Baring what nverngo fnmilloS in tho United State throw nwtty Bat Amer icans nro 611 tho other hand expert in industrial ocqnOmy Thoy tnako inonoy by saving wastage In business and loso Bomo of it by wastage iu doniostlb econ omy Tho attontlon paid to small do tails In big works is amazing to mo I havo visited somo establishments whoro I belioTO tbnt tho profits are mado not In tho manufacture propor bnt iu tho saving of materials nild labor by closo attention to dotails that nro with ns un considered triflos For oxamplo I saw a Httlo grind stono in operation at a big works auto Â¬ matically sharpening lntho and planer tools This machine costs probably ai much as 100 of our ordinary grindstonos cost but I sea that it automatically grinds all tho tools for 300 high priced mechanics and it only works n few hours each day Tho skilled mechanics iu onr country frequently stop their reg Â¬ ular work to grind their own tools and In tbo thou they do it imperfectly United Htntos tools aro all accurately ground to tho best shapo by tho ma cbino so that they do mora and better work on this account iu n giveu time I beliovo that that maobiuo has brains the brains of tho inventor and it has no doubt revolutionized work of this kind iu American maobiuo shops This is but ouo caso out of many that I havo Invention noted Â¬ Â¬ a tour of inspection iu the United htatoo Frcuoi onglnoor who had lsslt of Flower In Ulitorj- Flowers havo always plnyod n groat part in tbo worlds history Thoy havo done so over since tho days of tho Plan tagonots when a king took a sprig of yollow broom to livo nnd to die with Tho rose of England tho my name lilies of Franco what wild passions and llorco conflicts have not theso Inno cent blossoms raised And then tho violet Suroly it was tho irony of fata that wovo this emblem of humility Into tbo proud destinies of tho French umpiro a forecast perhaps of tho tragedies to como The Empress Eugenie wore them on her bridal dny thoy fell thick and fast on tho prince imperials pall They wero laid on tho last resting placo of Englands beloved Princess Alary sent with these words Souvenir duuo tondro amitio from tho Empress Eu genia herself A Latin poem of tho slxtcouth cen- Â¬ tury has a pretty legend of n violet that In mythological days was n maiden called IaUthis ono of Dianas nymphs Sbo attracted ibo attention of Apollo whoso admiration sbo did not roturn nnd flying from liifl pursuit sho implored Diana to destroy tho beau ty which occasioned her so much trouble Diana grunted her rcquost nud turned her faco to n dull purplo Iauthis however soon regretted tho loss of her beauty aud was pining away with grief when the goddess had pity ou her aud changed her into n flower which still shrinks from Apollo tho suu and hides her modest head in tho shade benco perhaps tho Froncli po slo which often accompanies tho vio lot used as n seal or ring ornamentaII fuut mo chorchor Goutle tion women Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Prlmltlre MarrUtfi Mnrriago in primitive times was no family or personal nrraugomcut but an institution of tho community If wo rcnlire this mnuy hitherto uuoxplaincd customs connected with it become nt Tho mombcrs of onco of slguiflcauro prlmitivo communities wero bound to gothor by common interests nud dutios every monitor of n clan was bound to cousidor tho rights of his follow nud to nsslst him oven to bis own hurt Aid nud succor wero indlspousablo for cdm munal necessities thoroforo tho mar rlago of n sou or n daughtor in every small commonwealth wns n matter for publio consideration Tho first stop that lod to matrimony iu those remoto timos was to capture a wife or to purcbaso a wlfo In this tho wholo trlbo assisted aud thou joinod as of right iu tho festivities that gradually grow roand tho In short iu thoso roarriago coromony days tho individual was ignored nud had no oxistonco savo ob ono of a group Surely wo may cousidor that this led to tho necosslty for tho lord of tho man- Â¬ ors sanction tn his tcnnuU marriago in feudal times thu lords of tbo manor in the middlo nges having appropriated to themselves many of the rights of tho tribal authorities of prlmitivo timos In feudal times 110 girl could bo married to auy ono out of tho manor without the good will of tho lord of tho soil and an heiress conld uot bo married nt all with Â¬ out his consent In somo instances fines had to bo paid by tho bridos fatheror whoever stood to her in tbo place of n fatbor for loavo to givo her in marriage to a struugor Philadelphia Lodgor Â¬ IRONING MADE ESY f f tmmmmmmmtmwmmmmmnmm Rf SEARCH TgKt INVENT 1 Wm TJ 3JWZ fj i HAKES COLLAKS AND CUFFS STIFF AND MICE o 1 u tjqt nn hut wn no ny uiucm inui wuun i mien iui r r q OUR ONE POUND OF THIS STARCH WILL CO AS FAR AS A POUND AND A HALF OF ANY OTHER STARCH TEi Not Fickle fc 1 i fi r 1 i K A w r I The up town bound cahlo car apparently was in tho hands of a green mo tonnau At least that was tho way tho crowd of passengers accepted it whon after each stop it started np again with a violent jerk which threw big men around liko skittles Straps wero of no Which Was the Better WajT value They had both been refused by her At Princo street u llttlo old man got first rau bomo nud rushing to his on and mado his way to about tho midTho room took a pistol from his dressing dle of tho car Ho lost something of his caso and stood before tho mirror How mildness of expression when ho was palo his faco aud what u drawn look throwu suddenly and forcibly against n about tho mouth It startled him yonng woman knocking off her lint As ho placed tho pistol ngninst his bat ho said nothing Next a big man tomplo his eyes fell upou her photomado a parabolic swing landed and graph Ho paused nearly knocked him through tho win- Â¬ Dont ho cried dont look nt dow Then tbo face of tho littlo man Ho turned her faco to tho grow very red He pushed his way to mo dear wall and again pressing tbo pistol to tho front door and shaking his finger his head palled the trigger in tho motormaus snrly visage threat Â¬ Tho second walked bomo slowly He ened to throw blm off the car and rau was more dazed thau ho at first fully tho thing himself Tbo motorman realized He Jiad hoped for so much sussed back but tho excited little now Ho reached his room Her passenger talkod fast and dared him to nud faco smilod tautaliziiigly at him from do it ugaiu Then ho shut tho door and tbo tablo Ho took bis pistol out and waited and every ouo held his breath held it iu his band a moment Then ho when the bell rang reached for tho mocking picture Ho But tbo tight did not como off The looked at it and then dowu tho barrel car started us gently ns niolassos uik1 of the woapou nevor onco from Princo strcot where No coufound it I wont bo cried that ouo littlo man stood ou his rights I may bo a fool but Im pot a coward I np to Fiftieth stroot did tbo car start iu Ootuo hero he said roughly taking any but tho smoothest way tho photograph iu tho left band With That motorman was not so green deliberation ho placed tho muzzlo against Now York Suu tho face nnd fired Pearsons Weekly Eggs In China IlauUu Dissenters From tbo diary of threo Englishmen Tbo so called Greek Orthodox popu in Yanuaucso China Eggs wero brought lation of Russia is pormcatodwlth sects to us Thoy wero bard aud black and bad of dissenters of all possible denomina Â¬ strong smells Those ore rottoul wo tions It is estimated that ouo third of exclaimed Oh no wo wero told belongs in reality to that population thoy havo simply been bnriod under Lu- Â¬ soma branch of nonconformists ground for n year I It is trao eggs go therans Rationalists Sabbatarians Bap- Â¬ bad but if remaiu long euough tists nud Anabaptists aro represented in underground they got they all right again various ways among theso dissenters Wo guve tho oggs back with tho obsermany of whom strive to return to tho Thoy will probably bo excelprinciples of prlmitivo Christianity or vation even to still moro nnciont forms of so- Â¬ lent in tbo fullness of timo but they baveut been long enough in tho ground ciety represented in tho Old Testameut Go right of free interpretation of tho can nnd bury them loop as deep as yoa The North China Horald Bible is thus carried ou all over Russia aud thero is no forco which could limit Hli Explanation it Gontloman Well Rut I sco you Bvery village baa its own teaohors men and women who interpret the Bi Â¬ have a small gurden Pat Yes sur ble in their own ways nlniost nlways What are you going to sot lu it for hostile to tho proseut state and to the uoxt season official church A powerful religious Nothing sur I set It with potatoes moveiuout is thus growing in Russia laBt year aud uot ono of thorn cumo and it is also bound to work in a not ro woto time s a powerful force against up Thats strange How do yoa explain autocracy Princo Krapotkln in Out Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Canary lllrds At a moderate- estimato 400000 chongo hands every year in tho United Kingdom alono tho valuo of them be Â¬ ing about 100000 Of tho total number of canaries sold by British dealers 100000 at least aro mado in Ger mnuy for it would seoni that tho very air of England is so enamored of freo doin that whilo its uatlvo wild birds are tho finest singers in tho world Ger Â¬ man cauurics far outmatch English canaries for beauty and persistency of song I have often heard German canaries contiuuo a siuglo trill for a minute and a qnarter and I havo been told pt ouo whoso trill lasted for two minutes nnd bad at lcatit 20 cbaupes of note iu it This bird was sold for 10 Chiefly bred in tho Tyrol round tho Ilartz mountains and in Thurinia by woav crs and shoemakers tbo Gerjnnn birds aro collected iu August and September by tho doalers and begin to nrrivo in England in October But fow of tho very best birds como to England nud when thoy do it is gen- Â¬ erally as birds of passage In tho earlier part of the season tho usual retail prlco is from 5 to 10 shillings per bird according to tho quality of tho song theso prices rising CO per cent by tho end of tho yoar It is seldom that tbo finest songster is thought to bo worth moro than 30 shillings by the commercial Englishman Consequently tbo very lino birds aro either bought by German birdkoopcrsorsout to tbo United States wbcro they readily bring from 20 to 40 each Tho averago prlco for tho birds in Gormany is 5 shillings per pair Good Words Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tbo saying Ficklo as n weather onco received a striking refutation iu tho oxperionco of Dr W E Cbanning Tho famous Boston divluo boiug of a fcoblo constitution was led to go to extromos iu protecting himself against tho cbid penetrutiug air of tho wiuter in Boston At such times nothing would induce him to go out of tho bouse even iu n carriage if tho wind was from tbo east A friend not having beard from Dr Ohauulug for throe weeks notwithstand ing that tho weather had been unusually mild and agreeablo feared that ho might be ill and called at his houso to inquire Ho found Cbanning in his library tho suu streaming through tho clocd windows nud a blazing firo in tho grate Tho room was almost suffocating Tho doctor himself socmed In his usual health and spirits Naturally tho visitor asked why bo was not enjoy Â¬ ing tho soft nir aud sunshine Cbanning shook his head and said Impossible my frioud I daro not aud you know I never do venture out of doors iu an east wind But tbo wind has been south for tho urgod his fricud last threo weoks rejoinYou uro greatly mistaken Look at the weather ed tbo doctor vauo aud ho pointed triumphantly to the weathercock of a neighboriug church But that vauo has not moved for tho was last threo weeks It wants oiling tho response The good doctor had boon kopt a pris oner for three weeks by a rusty weuth orcock Youths Companion cock Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Not So Green look Uk Imagination Cure Fuddy Spleenoy appears to bo rauoh Improved iu health latoly Duddy Yes I oarod him I got him on to a scale tho other day nud without his knowing It I mauaged to slip a 30 poufid weight on tbo platform When be sawjiow much Jao bad gaiued be begM to Jb curod In Ipsa than two days he wm m well m ever h was Boston TranicriB Tke grew aaU of Awtralla make Msta by bending leaves together and wtltlBg thew with a kiwi of natural gVM Huudrafe bve been seea oa oe leaf drawing it to the growd while an m1 iMinber waited to reeeive bold aud faafcm It Mother What was going 00 in uw parlor laat night Madge Madm shyly Only Um eagagameut ha wk BwoUjra Ufa-- Well sur the man next door to ma set his gardeu fall ot onions Wul had that anything to do with your potatoes uot growing Yes sur Then onions was that strong that my potatoos conld not soo to grow for their eye wateriug Straud Mugaziuo He Moat Hajre Been Inspired She Thoto is a doctor In Berlin who after a great deal of study has found that married men live longer thau bach elors He Save my life I She Oh Qlarcace how did yoa gsess that I IqvwI you Chicago News Â¬ it 6rti AM WfeeMurilr Doae Do you have yoar shirts doae up at aakad Hojaotc a laundry I do replied Towdipk awl it itiraa washWiga to da DwtooU uiuMWtiTaly thata Km Pmi uTtu a Medicine It is said that tho first aso of coffoe KeokukJowa NewHavenConn by man was mado by the prior of a conCOPYRIftHTEP tJM4 vent Ho was told by a goatherd of the mflwt hi hwu minimi 1 wiiiwi ingmwi iuw mm t m exciting effoctsof the berries whon cateu ThU atarch In prepared on rctentlflo principles by men who liaro bad years of practical by his goats so ho thought ho would experience In fancy laundering It restores old linen and tummor drosses to their try them and seo If bo could not keep natural Trhltenma and imparts a boautlfnl and lasting llnlh It Is tbo only starch manufactured that is perfectly harmless containing neither anionic alum or any bis monks awako during what should other substance Injurious to linen and can bo used oicn for a baby powder vigils Ho succeeded havo boon their admirably nud brought coffoo into tho For sale by all wholesale and retail grocers Way of earning its worldwide reputation Tho most active princlplo of coffoo Warning Against Small Pox is caffoiu It contains also cortain oils Kentuckys Freakish Well which no doubt havo a sharo in its no- Â¬ On KB ok Statu Homiii or Hkaitii Ono of tho most ronmrkable natural tion Muuy years ago n claim was mado wonders I over saw said a gentleman HbwiiNd GithKN Kv March L 1SS that groeu or unroastod berries had a from tho Purchase today is an old un- Â¬ To the Olliciuls Physicians and People groat valuo in liver and kiduoy trou- used well on tho Tennessee river dowu of Kentucky TIiIh Hoard sgain gives bles in our country warning that our Stall is seriously Ono enthusiast profors a mixturo of Nobody knows who dug tho well or two parts Mocha and ono part Marti- Â¬ why it was over dag as it is not near threatened with an epidemic of smallpox Grave conditions already exist In nique and Isle do Bourbon coffoo Ho any farmhouse or vllluge Bnt tho un Hell Whitley and Madison counties and pats about tbrco drams of this in a usual thing about it is its freaklshuess tumblor of cold wator and lots thorn For iustauco last summer daring tho cas8 am report d in Knox and Mason strain and inf uso overnight Tho next drought whou wator was at a premium counties Ko far the discaso has been morning after straining tho Infusion I wont to tho well whilo fishing iu tho almost exclusively confinid to negroes is taken ou an empty stomach tho first neighborhood aud found it ovor half but this exemption of thu white race thing after gettiug up This mOdical Of the coldest limostono aqna pura authority cites many cases of kldnoy fall drank But overy fall and winter cannot long ho hoped for if it continues I over and liver colics diabotos nervous head the woll goes dry and tboro is seeming to spread In ppilo ofreppied and continued aches etc which though rebellious in ly no stream from which the woll can all other treatment for years soon yield- Â¬ draw its supply of wator Au old man warnings from this and county and mu ed to tbo green coffee infusiou Tho who lives noar by told mo last sum nicipil boards each community so fr romedy is a vory simple one nnd well mor was the only timo that had over attached vas unprepared a laig per bo worthy of a trial Another nso of coffoo known limestono water to rise lu tho cent of the population uasunvaccinarcd medicinally is in nausea and retching well and dangerous and costly delaj 8 occurred For that purposo n strong infusion is Why said the old river man in before tht chararter of tho disease was mado of tho borrics which havo boen speaking of tbo mysterious woll I liavo recngniz d and hospital and other proground and roasted and it is Bipped drawn tho vory best of iron mineral visions could he made for tho sick whilo very hot Now York Ledger aud wator out of it at ono time and wbito sulphur at another The nogrocs say tho exposed ICC That Dont Ilatch Undr our laws this expensu must be haunted because steam rlsos I havo been experimenting latoly on woll is iu from it the wiuter time whou thero met by the counties and cities affected tbo eggs from certain bens to find out if thero is any great difference iu tbo way is not a drop of water in it Tho blacks and 11 can only be made small hy propel thoy hatch thoir vitality etc and buuu it as thoy would the boss dcuizous pn juration before a cns Rpius Had bavo boon greatly interested in the dis- of tho infernal regions swearing tho MiiMltshoin aud Hell county been thiiH coveries Tho eggs from tbo abnormally water is poisoned and that a draft forehanded and ready to care for the first fat hens seldom hatoh The chickeu from it in onus death to blm who swalcases tlioneamh of dollais would have usually dies on or about tho twolf tb day lows tho potion And it is as queer aud been sued in actual outlay very ma iy freakish a spot as ever I saw Louisof incubation When an egg hatches a thousands in loss of bueineH and the day or two iu advauco of time ono usu ville Post officials and community the mortification ally concludes that it was quito fresh Loudon Tlrldge of clamoring for outside aid to do what wbou put iu but I now find that It is The Britons themselves were quito tho eggs from the nctivo and most unablo to construct a bridgo of any kind they were amply nble to do for them Â¬ selves healthy hens that break tho shell first unless iu tho primitive mothods observ Fivo eggs from n littlo game hen ed In view of these fai lp tho Hoard advis at Post bridgo and Two bridges on which wero all over 5 days old wero Dartmoor by a slab of stono lnid across es Unit each tovtn and cty at once pass tho first to batch Invariably the egg two bowlders The work therefore was aud enfoicti a compulsory vaccination from tbo sleepy lazy hen batches late certainly undcrtakeu by Itoniau engi ordinance b ginning with the colored Out of 27 hens whoso eggs I experi neers We havo in tho uoxt placo to inmented with I found two quito sterilo quire what kiud of bridge was built at race Lut rerchii g verj body that isolation hospitals or tents and suitable Thoy both lay fiuo largo eggs of good time by the Bomaus Thoy built ground for their location ho sfcured shapo and shell but though I must that bridges of wood aud of stoue Many of havo tried quito a dozen of thoir eggs that visiting aud strung negroes be thoso stono bridges still remain in othnot ouo has over had a sign of a chick- Â¬ er cases tho pieces of hewu stouo still hunted out vai ciliated and ki pt under eu I havo oven matod them with differobservation and especially that phjsl remaiu Tho bridgo ovor tho Thames ent roosters but without avail aud however was of wood This is proved clans practicing tin ng it negroes Im in strango to say they aro the worst tem- by tbo faot that had it boon of tbo solid structeil as to llmdillluulty of recogiiiziig pered hens in tbo yard always quarrelRoman construction in stoue the piers mid casiHof Buitll pxand varioloid iu ling aud beating the others Fanciers would bo still remaining also by tho this race ami of the iiiiportaucttof calling Gazotto fact that Loudon had to bo con ten tod in experienued counsel In every doubtful with a wooden bridgo till the year Nothing- Like Pral e or suspirinus case Thoto having this Jaok Ill tell yon whats tho matter 1170 when tho first bridgo of stoue was work lu liar d should ileal firmly but George you dont pralso your wife commenced Considerations as to tho comparative kindly with every one advising that enough Evou if things dont go right theros uo uo growling Praiso hor ef insigniilcaucoof Loudon in tho first cen- this woik is being dmo for their protecforts to pleuso whether they aro success- tury ob to tbo ubsenco of stono in tbo tion as well ai that of the community Quarantines sgaii st infected paces ful or not Womou like pruise and lots neighborhood and as to tho plentiful supply of tho best wood in tho world the first resrrt of unprepared towns do of it George All right Ill romembor It from fho forests north of the r ity oon much actual barm by giving rise to a Georgo at dinner same day My firn tbo theory that tho bridge was built false si use of security thus retarding tho to We havo ouly therefore dear this steak pio is just lovely It is of wood work of vaccination and prep trillion nnd delicious ever so much better than learn bow Itoman engineers built bridges of wood elsewhero in order to if rigidly unforced are much moro ex thpo my mother used to make She couldnt oquul that pio if she triod for a knoW bow they built a bridgo of wood pensive than tio precaution herein over tbo Thames Pall Mall Gazotto advised besides causing much financial month Goorgos Wifo You mado fun of loss by interference wiih travel and com- Â¬ every pio I over mado and uow merce No q taiantine can be legally BIADER TROUBLE Goorgo But this is lovely established without tho consent of this Gcorgos Wlfo That came from tho The bladder was created for one pur- Hoard and this will uot he given unless bakers Strand Magazine pose namely h receptacle or urine and the clicumstancts are very exceptional s such it is not liable to any form of Communities maintaining unauthoriss d Tonetle disease except by oue or two ways The quarantines are liablo to persons snller Wo should nover accustom oursolvos first way is from Imperfect action of the to saying that an article was mad in kidneys Tlie second way is from care- Â¬ ing injuries or damages therefrom At this time every person in Kentucky 1b it Jormnui or mad lu Frans Nor less local treatment of other diseases Jf should be vacciuateilorrevacciiiuted uecobsary that wo should I have al Â¬ ways thought tho Bpolliug reformers properly prohcted it will not take and urine from unhealthy kld if Unhealthy mistook tho conditions of tbo problem it takes there is need of it The vacci- Â¬ is th chief cause of b adder troubles Our spoiling may bo erratic but tho neB Itlscomfoitinof to know that Dr Kil- Â¬ nation should always be done in threo printed word is a kind of visual counter mers Swamp Hoot fulfills evury wish in places about un inch apart hy a compe- Â¬ We leuru to recoguize it and to spell It quickly curing bladder and urinary trou- Â¬ tent phjslclan with clean hands and In- Â¬ by tbo oyo How often do we feel that bles It corrects frequent calls inability looks wrongly spelled Words to hold mine and scalding or stinging struments upon a well cleaned arm by a word ecrspingoll tho scarf skin without draw- Â¬ havo to be taken en bloc and it would pain in paaeing it or bad fiVcta follow ing the use of liquor wine or beer aud ing blood and should be allowed to dry bo exactly the samo with the fonotio necessity of thoroughly hoforo monstrosities proposed as their substi- overcomes that unpleasant many the a1ovh Is put being compelled to get up tutes Iu reading wo never get at the during the night to urinate The tlms dovn and should be protected for a few mild ecusq of a word by spelling it and and xtraordinary effect of Dr Kilmers days willi a clean cloth or absoitnt cough nnd plough although theo Â¬ Hwamp ltoot is soon to be realzftd It cotton This will give the best cliance retically auomuloas aud incongruous stands the highest for its wonderful cures present no practical difficulty Still of the most distressing rases If you for a successful result with much ltss spoiling might iu cortain cases bo sim need a medicine yon sliould have the soreness and snlluring Fresh reliable virus may always be pllfled with advnutngo Program nud beat At dru g sU fifty centa and ono jewolry nro hotter than tho acooptod dollar Yon may have a sample botte had from the Nitional Vaccine Establ Â¬ and pamphlot both sent free by mail ishment Washington C ty or from its jewellery forms programme upon receipt of three two cent stamps to At present English is liko a luxuriant coyer coat of postrg on the bottle agents Tho Henry Drug Co of Louis garden running wild It needs trim Vaccination from life arm of a Mention the DitECKKNRinoa Nkws and villa ming uud weeding Academy Co sond our address to Dr Kilmer child known to bo healthy is equally NY The proprietors of this paper reliable vruarauteo the genuineness of this offer Tnis Hoard holds Itself in readiness to Extra IudueainenU alii Ifcal boards to the full extent of it Extraordinary Firo Salo read the Customers are invited advertisement powers bnt little aid will be needed jour bxnUh TonrhnpiilneM Is rur streimlh Mniihe Maud unit Tttroit clear and bvultur from it K each community will Intelli- Â¬ to call aud examine goods which will and mlmt ami brain b1wt int roljinil Is htiiftUANH MKVTHOI INHAIKK tb gently prepare to take rare of itself Philadelphia be found still worm t reiiftr to mnniina inni it By order f the Hoard North America H Tkut uwful odor efCotnrrh dls- J VI Mathews M D President sppsnrs br tu n wnniMmu in umw icTariav J N McCohhack M 1 Sucratary The pnexpeoted ft IM lt II K Brfkl If ll 7 Laura When Bob proposed las 3nhhu mhm as mcMina niH s a coming night did you know what was Ctw4 M faeaMWA Lncrctia No I didnt know papa waawllblu heariugf neither did Bob fvx BobrYoaMri Buteawau Coffee ns Â¬ IB r hiidimcd uruwv Uiwiiiuuinuian Doncro mmgammKBam mi n Splendid ILLUSTRATED imiiiiii Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Edition Will be out Â¬ Â¬ April 13th It will have a Circulation of Over 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 10000 Copies A limited amount of space will be set apart for the enterprising ad- Â¬ n Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ vertiser I Send In Your Copy AT ONCE Â¬ It will be a splendid medium through which to reach the buying public Â¬ Â¬ YOUR FORTUNE StJOINI UUii sltiri -- WWWUUUWWUWUWWUMUWIM fffir sfrfifrlWiMTl tf j f saWt j 3 JmiM lAslci W RslsssssssssBissHrlsssssHsflssssssLsHsBLMi nrsfrrfnMisf r r - nM iii ujr s ASg t K tfr L rigid yet tho boss easily keep epubll VALUABLE SOOK FREF who are obtoxlous PARAGRAPHS cane and Democrat i to them from everliavlttg a hearing 32 Page Book on Homo Dressmaking NO ATTENTION PAID TO QUAN- Â¬ WEDKFf PAY MAU0I1 30 18P8 elected by ever to much they may be TITY IN THIS COLUMN Given to Our Headers My friend learn by example take ray advice join hands with tho Silver Gim Only thoso who havo been rcjjoved became very strong About two years Thcso two words cmpliaslzo a neces- Â¬ THIS MAN TIPSTAFF lot and me we will lead you among green An Expert Dretsmaker Tells How to Qtintlty Ii His Iftrninnunt Conilclf ration of great suffering can folly apprcclato later I had a running sore on my foot It sity and indicato a remedy and In Krcrjr Imtniir It It Strictly erysipelas and affected th developed pastures and tunning brooks ol Bourbon Make Over and Re color Old Dresses SrniKa tho season when tho blood is tho gratitudo with which intho testi- Â¬ entire limbInto that time I was Ailliereil to You Can Tell by HeadingAt monials ovorflow written favor of and musical streams of delight Hear me Wraps and Other Clothing In the Latest most impure as a result of tho win Hoods Sarsapniilla It Through Carefully Like Dean Swift Utters Just read this and take heed it la from the sparks that Stylo to Look Like New Practloal InVery Much Run Down ters closer confinement higher liv Â¬ Â¬ Momlar fal upon u from tho lamps of illuminastruction That Will Save Money In Any Great Many Truths in ing slower action of tho kidneys as I had been troubled with dyspepsia Wheat crop In Indiana has been hung along out path of life ted wisdom Home nnd liver when humors of nil kinds The drain on my system was to severe and greatly damaged that we guther knowledge My Intenboils pimples nuu eruptions aro Jest It Is astonishing how littli money and my stomach was so weak I became a ready Tho Amazon Hosiery company of In this letter has been to drop a ttw tion most liable- to appear whou tho victim of malaria I feared I could never work are required to make fashionable Muskegon Mich has failed weak languid condition of tho whole of thene sparks along your highway that regain my health My stomach rebelled gowns and wraps from last British warships are coaling at Hes Dead Ntxt to the Powers you might learn and be saved Look at bodily Rtructuro demands and wel a at the simplest food and the medicines yeatscaAt olfcloHiing If one only knows Hongkong preparatory to going to sea comes help tho Dispatch and the Silver Gimlet Go Ik w That Be and Also Knows all About prescribed for me gave but little relief I Homo Dressmaking is a Upnge Captain Slgsbco was given a large Mfdicink that to which tho millions to them thou sluggard and learn wisdom book sent for a bottle of Hoods Barsaparllls Billy Goebfls Goebel Bill written by au expert dressmaker ship of flowers before leaving Havunn turn at this season Hoods Sarsapa and I had taken this medicine but three I hope to see by your next Issue that a that gives Ictures of rilln Tho original and only prep- Â¬ Detective Stark of Chicago was shot fashionable drefsc i days when I began to improve Continu Â¬ great charg lias come over you aration especially adapted to tho trying to arrest a gang of thieves wrnpj nod coats for women and chil while Kv Mar 28 08 ing with it I am now better and stronger Clokri ort x our friend present needs of tho human family dren and tell i just how thoy can he at Valparaiso Ind than I ever expected to be It has purified Mr Editor He la not much of amen Cot Tii stalf that which makes tho blood ptiro and Edward Hansinan wife and flvo chil- Â¬ made from old garments thnt are faded my blood and gken good circulation X these days who docs not know how to run clean as slown by its thousands of dren were burned to death in their have had no return of my old troubles unfashionable Inrolnr or out of Byle TO WATSON DECLINES ho is the anewppaperlefflper chance wonderful cures of dreadful blood home in Kent Minn Mrs W Kane Media Pa since diseases creates an appctito and COUPON The BilECKKN owner of one Knowing this universal Hoods Sarsaparllla is It Is said In Paris that the court of Send fiit trifi a cures dyspepsia as shown by its people always know Ho Says an Unwritten Law In Georulna u Nbws has rule that wo tho cait flnwp to UrlUl made sp cial ar Â¬ April will quash tho conviction of magio touch in nllsloinnch trou- Â¬ O I Hood Co Lowell Mass The Medicine For You how a newspap r should be conducted Emlle Zola nna order a new tral gia Exists to Keep Him Out of liichardson A Co Jlurbles steadies and strengthens tho My first experience Bccausoof what it has dono for others Gentlemen know I take and that ye editors never linnton Vt nnd rccein rangements with Several thousand dollars were raised nerves as proved by peoplo for- Â¬ with Hoods Sarsaparllla was when I used Office by mail one copiA the publishers to at Madison Square carnival In New thollbetty of addressing you a fi w per- Â¬ becauso you ought this spring to tako merly nervous now calm aud sclf It as a tonic- and spring medicine It did tfree Home Vrminak I of advice jive tho book York for a Maine monument fund tinent litnfl that which will do you the mostgood posscsscd thanks to me so much good my faith in Its merits In tho first place we free silver D rao free to any of its Atlanta Ga March 24 The Topu mg Sherwood Cunning of Cincinnati was crata told the farmers in 189 that if Mc liet nomination for Governor of Georgia readers who send the coupon with a two sentenced to five years In the peniten- Â¬ tiary for embezzling 28000 from the Klnley wa ehcted corn pork beef was declined formally by T E Watson cent stamp to Wells Richardson A Co wheat and all other things which g to to day In Irs papr Mr Watson says Burlington Vt The edition Is limited First National bank Friday make up the eutn of prosperity to llie in part and any one who wants tho book shou d sonsofOens would go down and down The Bank of Merrlam Park Minn It is the unwritten law among tho send at onco Bo suro to get Hoods Americas Greatest Medicine becauso it cures when all othort fail has failed till they touched rock bottom in the Democrats of Georgia that I am not to DOR UTTS CREEK Some of us thought hold oflice and while this act baa not Slough of Despond Premier Salisbury of England will not resign this would hpppen It is a wonder and a been read three separate tinus in each cattle 4c per pound wheat 1 00 per bu Drink Hearty of Water GUSTON Spain threatens to demand indemni- Â¬ pity tiiat it didnt We are very much branch of the General Assembly it has Isaac Norton sold a fine lot of hogs to stock ewes 5 and 0 per head Irish poFrom the New York Sun ty for filibustering disappiinttd that our prophecy came to been enforced often enough to have all John Squires tatoes 350 per barrel hogs 4c corn 36 In answer to Well Patient who Laboring men of Wisconsin will de Â¬ everything taking the other the strength of a precedeut and all the of Buck Grove Prof Wilbur Willett naught by to 40c per bu good tobacco from 10 to Will Hook has returned from Hardin mand a shorter workday asked how much watorthe human system was visiting in our town last week turn Hut now as it has all turned bad dignity of a statute The timo lias been countynflera weeks visit 29 per cwt milk cows 35 to 40 per with relatives The Spanish government denies there requires in twenty four hours I would for us all farm products have advanced when political ambition was very stiong and Fred A Bush our poet plucked eome head Spring lambs engaged at 4 to 4c friends Is any suffering In Cuba say that the standard English work just douin price some of them more than within me and I looked forward to that of the earliest Spring fhwera and sent per pound and still going up delivered The wheat crop still continues fine republished by Appleton The ChemisStockholders of the Elmwood Ills bled since that memorable campaign and fit Id for honors fame and usefulness there is tho largest crop in sown that has State bank will apply for a receiver try of Common Life puts the amount them to relatives and friendsills the snow in July and all these prices measured worse still our pet product silver has It is no longer so That career is closed covered State of Michigan home by a gold standard with each dollar hav Â¬ been for many years The supremo court of Wisconsin at 5 pounds 0 ounces dropped about twenty five per cent dur- to me and I have turned to other fields Miss Wilkerson of Vine Grove ing a 200 cent purchasing power Hur- Â¬ A celebrated physician in Now York It has rained almost constantly for the holds that no extension of street rail- Â¬ to do of work which I can not desert ing the same time We have got ways can bo mado beyond the city a specialist in dyspepsia says take two will trim hats this Spring for F Loeb rah for the farmer And another good last ten days Tho creeks have been M- - Watson declares that a majority something My fl st advice to the puper limits without awarding damages to quarts one pint an hour beforo each Company thing is nowadays that the farmer is men in general and in particular to you of the white people of Geo giaare popu higher than they have since 188 3 property owners is a saying among the hardware never slipped up on by the middle mar meal and another a half hour before bed It Robert Z Hook and Uhas Kinnlson He discusses his Vlce fresidentiai as you are of my county is to stop re Â¬ lists Thursday time He allows only a email cup of drummers that II C Woodson of Bran- Â¬ for he generally takes some good minding the people of their prosperity candidacy In 1800 saying that his eflort went on a fishing excursion ono evening paper like the Breckinridge News Chile refuses to sell tho battleship clear tea or coffee at mealB because denburg has the most complete line of They repoited fairly gjod as compared to 00 that what we told to lead the reform forces to victory only last week OHIgglns much fluid in the stomach when it con- hardware of any store in the State outside and Is as well posted as regards the mar- Â¬ success them then was a fake but tell them that resulted in his own humiliation Black diphtheria Is epidemic in Tip- Â¬ tains food weakens the gastric juice the cities but a furmer stumped II O kets as anybody else Ed Hook left for the Balltowu migh ton there is no practical change that whatMr R J Patteson was speaking of the Ind The physician referred to says that the other day in calling for an implement ever upward trend their products have There are three little things which do borhood yesterday wa wouder why ho It Is Bald Mr Gladstone suffers in- Â¬ the water should be taken comfortably that is used in building wire fence The difference in the town of Brandenburg taken has been caused by Mark Hanna more work than any other three little goes so often There in tut be an nltrnc tense pain hot that it may stimulate the system instrument is most generally used by of to day and the year of 52 when he and Bill McKinluy and that thereby it tilings created they are the ant the lee tiou somewho u Robbers held up and dynamited a If inclined to diarrhoea the water must telegraph and telephone linemen Mr lived there He says to day the town Is There are several gotd crops of Pryor train near Trovor Cal is doing the farmer no good For how and DeWitts Little Early Risers the bo quite hot but whero one is inclined Woodson acknowledged that ho didnt twice as good as then and that thero are do you ever expect us to get an ofllce if famouB little pills for stomach and liver tobacco in this neighborhood that is not A strike of river coal miners in Penn- Â¬ to constipation it should be almost tepid havo it and more than that he had never only three men living there now that sold Thero has not been a tobacco sylvania will be inaugurated April 2 all our precious political thunder is to trouble Short Haynes If unpleasant a little lemon juice or salt seen or heard of such an implement The were men then and they are Jim Fair buyer here this year be destroyed by jour eternally remind Canadians aro kicking on the bill farmer then told him to gt a hardware leigh Clint Fairleigh and Abe Ditto R M Davis lias sold his blacksmith nr Reeds Joke prohibiting the importation of nursery may be put into it ing the people of what we said two years The executive committee of the Sun Â¬ A usual caution given by this specialist guide post up and buy what the people tools and will go out of tho businefs stock ago I And of what good is a free silyer From the Pittsburg Dispatch J Beware of fruits and sweets need and then he could soil the people day School Union composed of the counHe is however still at the carpenters The Indiana law extending the terms i9 this Ik sides Democrat without au oflice Ueceutly Speaker Reed wished to see ty officers and district presldentp will what thoy want Wkll Wishkb of present county officials to 1900 will you can point to us with pride to prove a man on some pending hgislation and trade all work dono promptly Westeifl ld N J be tested When the big war ships begin to bore meet Thursday the 31st of March at Bill Howard lost a flue milch cow that prosparity has not come It is true telegraphed for him to come to WashingMiss Grace Marshall picked a dyna- Â¬ each other somebody is going to bite the noon in Brandenbu g to arrange the not be ton The man took the first train avail- Â¬ She crossed the creek at the ford and in my special class of citizens woud program for the county convention The LOOKOUT dust especially propperous in any times ex- able but a washout en the road made it attempting to swim hack she became mite cartridge with a hairpin and was members aro urged to be present seriously injured good pio cepting as agitators of the the Heres happlnes and a long life to Mis impossible f ir tho train to proceed furth- entangled iu the drift and wes drosned Daniel P Wining of Indianapolis is The Endeavor society of Guston will Easter will soon be here Miss Nora and Tula II ok and ple but you need not mention that fact er toward its destination Christine Bradley who christened oui Going to a chnrged with embezzling funds from give a literary coolal iu Guston on Tho farmers of this vicinity are almost namesake with pure spring water and Its our job we understand ourbusinefs telegraph station he B ut tliisdlf pitch to brothers Laws and Dawson were the the Knights and Ladles of Honor Wednesday night April 0th Everyone guebtsof Miss8 Sarah and Nlthi Hook discouraged for the rain has set them bad luck to the man that threw the bot we reap not neither do we Fpin but Solthe speaker cordially invited to attend Wednesday know half last Sun Jay Their visit wis greatly back a great deal witli their work omon in all his wisdom didnt the bottle of whisky Washout on the line Cant come The Chilean ministry ha3 been dis The best weekly paper corairg in our as much as one of us Let me txplain Mr and Mrs I B Payne Harned were Wire fencing is getting to be quite tho midst is recognzjd by everyone When Reed rrad the message he sent eujoyed we hope they will come again missed to be wo dont know soon Your papr seems to think the guests of their parents Mr and Mrs go in this county It is much cheaper back this reply Charles Durkee 75 was found hang the News It is a paper Rtrictly in touch Ansco Loyd who worked for Anderson our calling if we did we would not make E French last Saturday and Sunday than other fencing Buy a new shirt and come pujway ing In the woods near Indianapolis with the times and contains all of the Hook last year Is contemplating work so many mistakes That is not the p lint Mrs Jabtz Haynes has been visiting There is not enough tobacco in this latest state and county news Subscript Two men were killed by an explosion ing for liim agaiu this season There is where you are wrong Dont We will in a mine near Monongnhela LONG BRANCH City Pa her daughter Mrs Frank Jolly near county to supply the sheep raisers who only 1 00 per year welcome Ansco roj ally as we all learn we worship at all the shrines where tiiere Mrs Edward Monahan was drowned Clover creek for eomo few days use It make dip to kill the sheep tick ed to like him whhe he wa with us last while crossing a stream are votes to let Dotit we tell the good at Evansvllle Mr Jess Walls ntar Sample was vis but from all appearances this state of lUin rain and nothing but rain year peoplo that they are beirg ground to A well dressed man throw himself In Ring in this neighborhood last Saturday affairs n ill not exist long for I hear of Latit Sunday was the Rv Bizirhs front of n train at Des Moines and was A Ditto Jr wrs in Brandenburg Fri death by the corporations the money some planters who will put out as much and Sunday forms regular day at Freedom and NortouV killed Dont we day power in all it hideous Log rollings and surprise parties are all as 25 and CO acres of tho weed and in all appeal to the majority of the sovereign John Cox is charged with burning Clarles Crawford was at Latonia Valley He preachd very Interesting the go in our midst now There were probability will glut the market and put us in Ind one day last week on business peopo to lend ua their power eerinonsat both places For Infants and Children Bro Bi zirth is his wife and child to death at Texar two surprise parties on the same night then wonder why the price is so low oflice and we will crush this hideous ocan earnest devoted servant of God nnd is kana Ark Miss Enma Withers of Willowdalo Three years ego a man in tho blue gross nifto- A Missouri Judge holds that truth of tho other week one at the home of Mr topus Of course we do We tell them is we believe accomplishing much lasting limlli It ca visiting Miss Bettie Belt Hamilton Ttrj an article published Is complete defense Bunk Walls and the other at the home region put out seven hundred acres of otiiitui good in pealing tones of silver thunder from K tobacco aun as a natural consrquencd Misnes Bettie Bell Hamilton and Em of Mr James Watlingtou every stump in this broad land of ours There is more interest beii g taken iu In libel suit broke flu Governor Bradleys sister Mrs Mar Â¬ This ought to be sufficient and please ma Withers spent Sunday in Brauden farmii g than ever before The prepara- Â¬ Tlio people of Roberts Bottom are garet Scott died at Somerset Ky The CKilo river this season has been a and we ought by that means burg the people tion for a crop is well advanced the moving out to hunt a better soil A French expedition in Madagascar little contradictory to a little poetry com QUARTERLY REPORT Mrs W L Dooley is in Louisville tobacco plants look well tho people seem get their votes Now in connection with Mr Editor I am a great reader rf the --OF THE posed a f w years since by Will S Hays that we lose nothing Irom the money visiting her daughter Mrs J 11 Sulli to be encouraged in spite of the hard has met with serious defeat DitECKENiiiDOE News Mv father takes Tueadny which read a folbws power because when we meet in con- Â¬ van timi s We believe that with a favora- your paper and says it is a splendid one The Ohio ii a beautiful Krcam It is said tho president will be ready vention dont wo have a corporation law Â¬ bio season there will be a large crop Wm Kyllywho is working at Wilow s i4ri we ran i ueny to act on the Cuban question Monday I wisii you great success One half the year lt all froze up yer 10 preside over our fage delibera- dale spent Saturday and Sunday at raised iu this neighborhood And the other hall its dry At the Close of Business At Cleveland tho J B Smith Malting tions Anil dont we have a Great Cow hojie LODIBURGH company was placed in the hands of a There aro two great acknowledged ON THE 31st DAV OF DECEA1BER THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE 1897 Coroner repr s ntln two corp ratioii8to Charlton Ditto is thinking seriously of receiver drawbacks to our navy The one is wo introduce resolutions to suit their bosses HESOURCKS locating in Cloverport as there is where Mr Beeler the drummer was in town have comptratively no powder and the John Galloway a negro was lynched Now Mr Editor I ask you in all candor Cleona lives Loans and Recounts Lung Troubles and Consumption Can be leu loana to D in northern Alabama for paying atten- Â¬ last week rrctora other is that wo have but few torpero ic86oa if you dont think that by such nice I oini o Directnn nfliceri not Included Cured 3000 o Mrs Wm Kelly lias been very sick tion to a white girl Miss Irene Knys has returned from Clo boat dt srovers Two great adjuncts Overdraft unsecured 59S84 we ought not also to catch Due from National Hanls Dr Irewitt of West Iolut was down to 3715S 56 Senator Hale who has been regarded verport where she has been with her pa in a marine encounter My opinion is deci the corp rations llankin Ilou e and Lot An Eminent New York Chemist and Scien3x000a see her Friday as ultra conservative on tho Cuban rents for Bometime Ileal 0J3 46 I notice some of the daily papers cari Other StocksHtate llonrii dedly that we ought iiut it is your pes Other and tist Makes a Free Offer to Our question thinks war is inevitable 3i77Jro A Mrs Ditto Jr who recently Mrs Sam Keys Irvingon came down caturing Wm McKinley for not imme Â¬ Currenc ty newppapar that kef pi giving us away uiooSo Oth rliems Carried as Coin At Canton O John W Myers is on Sunday morning returning Sunday eve diately declaring Reador8 5017 war Shame on any Furniture and Futures thatdoes the mischief and ke pi us outof bought five lots in West Point is having 1 00000 trial charged with embezzling 120000 man forguyirg our noble and pitriot otllce forwhch duty we have been es- Â¬ them improved Misats Vere SquiresMary and Helen i8so8c6 The distinguished New York chemist while acting as deputy county treas- Â¬ Miss Eleanor B Hendrlck who lias pecially born If you will quit doing DeJarnett of New Bethel are visiting in ic PresMent if I did vote for Wm Bryan T A Slocum demonstrating his discov- Â¬ urer Charley Anderson has just had G J these bad things and turn your batteries been suffering from nervous prostration The Philadelphia Methodist Episco- Â¬ this county MAIIILITIES ery of a reliable and absolute euro for Neff to put in one of his handsome tele- Â¬ against our enemies we will assure you is greatly Improved pal conference decided that the laity Mrs Ada Keys and Muster Eibit are Consumption pulmonary Tuberculosis Capitol Stock paid In In cash asooo phones in his dwelling and Charley has Undivided Profile a hearty support for your piperln money Mrs Win Ditto has been seriously and all bronchial throat lung and shall have equal representation with visiting Mrs Sam Keys at Irvlngton 054 3t stood with his ear to the phone so much Deposils subject to check on which inaod with three cheers and a tiger from 111 but am very glad to say that she is tne clergy terest Is not paid chest diseases Btubhorn coughs catarrhal S90jj8 Mrs G TVayne Grajson and Charlie that ho every free silver Democratic walks with his head to one side Deposits subject to check on w much improved at this writing Bishop Waldcn of tho Methodist Paynp went to Cloverport to affections general decline nnd weakness attend the aud at the same time holds one terest is paid throat in the county Think of it hand to autonomy Is good Mrs Ned E Reese of Reae Ohio Is loss of flesh nnd all conditions of wast- Â¬ church thinks his bead Charley being a farmer natu- Â¬ enough for Cuba as he doubts the Hall Payne nuptials Spendid What greater reward can you expected in the near future to visit her 11850806 ing away will send THREE FREE BOT ability of W II Hradln is visiting his family in rally went ask If it were not for you fellows who parents Mr and Mrs J K Ditto out the other morning to call State ol Kentucky tho people to govern County of lireckt nridge ss TLE3 all different of his New Discov- Â¬ Owensboro up his hogs and his first utterance was run honest newtpijurs thepople we Saturday Mjr Hfird Cashier of thj Hank of Hardlra Jim likes Hodgensvllle bry much eries to any ulllictfd reader of the Bekck Elmoro Deacon and family have movHello and then with a look of digint boric a Hank located and doing business In the think would believe in our glorious The Grand Duko and Duchess of likes Brandenburg better as the ENmnan Nkws writing for them Hardlnshurg ia raid county duly ed from Wolf Creek on the Gibson farm remarked Well I will be hanged If that town ofsays that the foegoing Report being all re scheme for ameliorating all their trou- but Hesse have separated sworn ii In His New Scientific Treatment lias Rhodes are much more preferable near here We welcome Mr Deacon and dinged thing hasat ruined me for life spects a true statement of the condition of raid bles and we know tho troubled which Hon B K Bruce register of tht Hank at the close of bu lns on the 31st day of cured thousands permanently by its treasury is Mrs W D Howard and daughter family in our midst His lions havnt coma up yet seriously 111 beset us free silver Democratic politicians December 1897 to the bestot his knowledge and be lef and further ssysthat the business of tre said little Miss Ma gerette Mnuriue of Bran- Â¬ timely use and he considers it a simple Rev Liwls preached an excellent sir A large number of bogus silver dol- Â¬ would ha ameliorated if we could get Our Brandenburg correspondent Beems Hank has been transacted at the locution named professional duty to suffering humauity denburg are visiting Mrs J K Ditto mon Sunday Ho will preach at Walnut generally to know and not elsewhere and that the above report Is lars In circulation In DenVer the offices we want Bab whats what made in compliance wl h an official notice received to donate a trial of ids Infallible cure John Daly was acquitted of the mur- Â¬ Grove this year Mrs June McGihce has returned from One more thing on wlich I want to with her vast environments cant sur Iom the Sect ury of Sluie designating the jlst dejr Science daily develops new wonders der of Lula Folles In St Louis of December 8J7 as the day on which such lend you wisdom The Goebel Bill Glo-Â¬ LouUville after a very peasent visit to P vs hi r poit shall be made and thin great chemist patiently experi In London it Is considered that war Tlljfr Glorious Goebels her daughter Mrs Stuart 1eckiupaugh rious Dillie Goebel M II BEARD Cashier Charley Miller our broom man ship menting for years has produced results between the United States and Spain MKSKltlDOIC Dirmtor llallt We hope coon to be beyond Millie Bill Joe K Hendrick who recently went as bentficial to II K IlKAnD Director ped a big lot of his goods down to Can futon humauity as ran be is inevitable II M JOLLY Dir ctcr M the revivifying power of your pesy toTiXis is very much dissatitfled with nelton claimed by any modern genius His as- Â¬ Placards have been posted in Madrid Subscribed and sworn to bef re me by M It press liillle Goebel lives I He is our re that place and is expect d home in the fur Fifty Conu sertion that lung troubles and consump- Â¬ urging the election of the Weylerlte If the farmer hasnt got everything his Ileaid the 4th cay ofjai tury 83 tleeraer This letter would not have been near future Guaranteed tobacco bsblt cum makes weak WMAIIL MICC tion are curable in any climate is proven candidates men itrons blood pure too II All drugulsu own way now he never will have Stock written to you but for my great personal Mrs John Iistle and son nl Ho Igene Mrs A Piatt of Detroit sister of by heartfelt letters of gratitude filed friendship for you because ere long we vllle is expected to arrive at this place in tils American and European laborator Secretary of War Alger died at Nor- Â¬ will able to succeed without newspa the last of tho week to be the guests of ies in tliouaunla from those cured in all wich Mont pers nut Haying a warm friendship for Mis Anna Bickerstati Dr Trumbull Cleveland of New parts of the world you I linpd I could induce you to re- Â¬ Medical experts concede that bron- Â¬ York Is charged with manslaughter be James BIckerstafl one of the real pent and turn from evil ways We will causo ono of his patients died things has returned home from Hodg chial chest and lung troubles lead to win our battles from this on whether Ben Atwater says there is enough Co Cousumptlon Geo which uninterrupted euvllle after a very pi asant visit to food In the Klondike to last the pres Â¬ the people are willing or not we defy means speedy and certain death Mr and Mrs John 1iatle ent population two years the voters What are they going to do Simply write to T A Slocum M 0 John Teare of Brandenburg is visit- Â¬ 08 Pino street New York giving post Nothing to be sure Iiillie about it We are in Â¬ office aud express address and the free In The Hole for Repairs and his Dill will do the work in Ken- Â¬ ing Mrs Charles Crawford Just received New Is ut through taking stack and they And they have tsomsay jwds Our Remnant Bargain on hand and have orders frem headquarters to Cnt Prion CnuHtar J overflowing deed very glad to see John out again medicine will be promptly nont Suffer- Â¬ Line of tucky From this on there will hang The engine usid regularly on the with good thttig Ladles and Reduce Stsek Read our Cut Prices lelaw He is ust recovering from a severe caso ers should take instant advantage of his WALL PAPER from every court house door in the State branch has been put in the hole at welitvlte you to Imtpect g nerous proposition of typhoid fever and from the State House portal a sign INOIIONN the round house for repairs Jeeaa Gan Sheas HdHubbersj Please tell the Doctor that you saw his nanp dKOCCKIES Eugene McGehee James BickeretafT 10c Curry Combs at Hat HHtt delist Hg 4c board and written on it will be No Ila the engineer and Aria Warfield 2jc Curry Combs at So ArbucVIe coffee 1 lbs for 35c Childrens Rubheia at 10c Hays Salts wort flooat publican or Populist need apply nor and Harvey Ditto our country boy offer In the Hiikckknriixik Nbws Ladies Kuhbera at the fireman who run regularly on the ON T Spool Cottun 4c iSlbsFure Lira 19c Hoys Hal worth fix at Iloo Chddiena Shore at Heave bhoe Hiuth Ho 3 lbs gi od Green Coflce gee 35c arj designated by the Messenger Roas See Mcn sutercoais wotn falgjg Democrat wio Is not a Goebollte road are off the former being sick aqd KnlttlngSilk fio It lbs Granulated Sugar f 00 Uaby Shoes el GLENDEANE JS Wens Overcoats worth lio at dot hotaCnllsr Muttons So Ladis Sample Shoes sen from the signs of ter aa being the real thlngr 2 lb can folks Tomatoes 69c 8c warm A blind man can the latter taking a rest Jim Buckmaa in Men ui 9 ou 60 pair Mens Hoots at Nice Atron Gingham Si 00 3c 6k Tea at aSC Mens list 1 Ute times your cake la dough if you dont members etc Tueeo toys are alright Boys Sample Mioe a foot Hoswood Hute AtCt Is acting as engineer and Ruwell Haw Â¬ ups and Saucers set To I will pay cash for produce Do not see igc ItrgersTca Fpoons set I H Tumblers TRr set gc elinb a the Goebel band wagon at once even if they havnt spent part of their buy goods in my line until you gH my kins as flrminn In tho place of the reg- Â¬ U4g Ladies Ovegaters Pint Jin Cupt IC 1 3paakKior Coffee to ette Atro lives in New York thats not theonlv price I not only sell goods as cheap at Frying fans is a good general who acts quickly Lada Capos Naduead lm Ciafoits at ular crow io lie as I100 Hlankets 84c pracmly Frets tl fa S0 past experi Â¬ place in the world but it strikes me as any store In Glendeanp but will You are wie If you learn by sell as ojrwjsvosnixjsv ence Look at Tennessee and Virginia being the only place for such a persou cheap as any store In the county I wr- Goebel as the Roaster for be Is not the only charge nothing for ordering goods for Uwy have laws afterwhl i n Hall Uli WMWOdeltd tlioui M t 4 rly to pebble On the beach customers Julian Brown CT Breckenridge News BRIEF Spring Medicine - - Â¬ K Â¬ Â¬ - Hoods Sarsaparilla Â¬ ii H Â¬ VI Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ V Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 J Â¬ CASTORIA H v Â¬ Â¬ Wsr Â¬ Bank of Hardinsliurg Â¬ 41 double-- dealing Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ cilice-seekin- g 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ m 1 OASTOHXA rl Â¬ 1 1 lj r Yeakel I The Great Bargain Store Wl 1 I sr U BRANDENBURG KENTUOKY S