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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS AXxL VOL XXIII THE NEXWS THATS FIT TO PRINT NO 9 CLOVEKPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 14 1898 down TELLS Of BOYS IN BLUE JESTED AT DEATH The Bullets of the Spaniards Men Down BUT ON WENT THEIR COMRADES Impetuosity of Americans Demoralize the ish Defenders the Block House the Hill m THE HEROISM m m TO RATIFY JOLLY but it had no effect upon our boys Royal make tb food part wholesome and delicious Death wah a huge joko to them They laughed at it and bantered It and Henderson Preparing For a Big Republican courted it No one had any thought of Blowout turning back All seemed impelled to move toward the crest of El Caney and Capt Ned Campbell chairman rf the the block house and trenches with their Henderson Republican campaign committee an- Â¬ by the earning guiis seemed a hideous magnet Shown nounces that on September 17 a mats that was drawing them to destruction Routes Annual meeting of Republicans of the Second regiCompany E of the Sixteenth Report district will bn held in tho tabernacle at ment is commanded by Captain McFar Henderson for the purpose of ratifying land lie has a heart that is so t as a womans a voice that rings with manly All the Old Directors are Re elected This the nomination of Hon Geo W Jolly as a candidate for Congrfs Ev ry Re Â¬ vigor and a courage that rises superior year publican in the district id invited to at to fear He kept in front of his men tend and take part ily thickest about him Bullet seemed to The annual meeting of directors of thH Mr Ca npbell nays that the slzi ot this and soon one shell came hurtling through Louisville Henderson St Louis rail- Â¬ Absolutely Pure and exploded just over his head road was held in the general offices of demonstration will prove to all that Mr the air Joly has a strength that cannot he over- Â¬ A fragment uf steel struck him at the the road in the Columbia building looked and that it will be useless to fur- Â¬ base of the skull and inflicted a cruel Loulsvisyille Wednesday ther oppose him Mr Jolly will speak Captain fell and four men htW YORK ROYAL ftAKINQ PQWDCR CO The old officers were re elected as and will open his campaigu on that day smoke to locate the hidden Spaniards wouud The were detailed to bear him to tho rear follows Col Attllla Cox President and wen It not for the sharp noise of Thorn will be other speakers and the a place of safety their nxploding rllls their ambush would When tho detail reached aa best they Edwin M Post New fork Secretary committee on arrangements wilt mako they bandaged lis head Ridgely Cayce Louisville Assistant efforta to care for a big crowd The havo been complete ran back to tho fir Â¬ Secretary II V Sanders Treasurer The men of the Sixteenth were almost knew how and then Henderson Route will run a special of bat- Â¬ nil recruits James P Helm general counsel Thev were almost iunorant ing line to plunge into the vortex train and will give a reduced rate to all blood and tle leaving the captain to his fate of the penalties of war of its The report of tho years business was Yet Death Aiarked her For His After a few minutes of unconscious read and Bhowed that the road was in who desire to attend its wounds of its suffering and of its came to and being of Very Own an excellent condition The earnings carnival of death But the sight of four nets McFarland One Minuto Cough Cure surprises peo tiichtiug kind ho staggered to his and expenses of the road for twelve ple by lis quick cures and children may dead comrades floating out with the the feet ami made for the Iront Ho had blood stained tide made veterans of them months ending in 1818 are compared take it in laige quantities without the DEATH OF MARIEL C YOUNQ lost bis sword aud other side arms and with tho twelve months ending lit 1S7 in a moment won for itself the wrenching the bayonet from the gun of and a month additional in the year pre- least danger It has A perfect frenzy of rage seized them best reputation of any perparatiou used Daughter of fir and firs Thos Young They worn engor for revVnge They for a dead soldier he hastened to his men vious making the Bhowing for tho past to day for colds croup tickling in the of Morganfleld Died In Gvnns- The bandage about his head was a year even better than the figures alone got the slime of tho rocks that caused throat or obstinate coughs Short vllle stumble They for sot sodden mass of blooJ Tho fluid had indicate them to slip and Haynes the sharp spines of the sea shells that streamed down his breast mingling with comparative statement of earn Â¬ Tho Misa Mariel Cosby Young daughter of lacerated their feet They forgot their the hair on his bosom and staining his ings are aa follows and uniform His was a sublime lSy8 Sir and Mrs T B Young of Morgan 189 weakni sa and with a strength born of shirt f i773 S3 IM7742 J3 field died Monday in EvatiBville at the the fiercest patslnns rape and hale they figure as with eyes gleaming with the Pmtcngcr 31626580 30194141 home of her uncle Dr G P Cosby of redoubled their efforts to uain the shore blazing fires of enthusiasm he waved Freight Mall 16796 45 777s 75 MIbs Young was at one Evansville Soou there was a cheer Three or four his bayonet and his old white hat aloft Expr- l4i45 00 13500 00 timeonotf Evansvilles most charming men were on tho beach They seemed and yelled 9o7 67 Miscellaneous 595 50 Company E follow me Bociety girls but for the past few years to ignore the shrieks of the Mauser bul- Â¬ I525458 i3 J48 7k3 o7 Elizabethtown Totil Nothing could nave held his men back People Narrowly has been in poor health About two lets They took aim at whatever looked The expenso account for the uane months ago her strength began to give like the hiding plac of au enemy and theu Devils could have opposed them Escape Death but they would have followed McFar period is as follows way rapidly and ended in her death llred isya 1S97 One of the four men fell pierced by a land to bell Miss Young began to make her home Malnttmnce of way and Two Well known Ekron Ladles are with Dr Cosby and his wife when but He lay stretched upon the bullet Company E was among the first at 79313 7l 7109s 5 tructurei bsach his blood dyeing its white sandaa tho block house of El Caney The men Maintenance of equipment 5154336 4258198 Among the Victims two years old while they lived iu Mor gantield and has always been aj a daugh Span- Â¬ crimson hue Soon a hundred had taken mingled with the Rough Riders and Conducting transportation 232m 66 119541 03 59 5i3 55 his place and the whole regiment were others and fought the fortified Spaniards General expense Miss Young attended Last Tuesday evening Mr B T Iteid ter to them of on the beach The fighting now com- Â¬ like tigers Hcliool in Nashville Tenn and later at 401 VJJ 2 Total 3J559 3 a prominent merchant of Elizabethtown menced with terrible eamestniss and The awful charge of the American on These figures show the net revenue in his wife and two children his brother the Lake Forest college near Chicago Our brave boys In blue forces up the hill of El Caney their 1898 to have been 123408 11 while the Jos Iteid who was formerly a United III She was 24 years old aud most of fierceness plunged into the mass of underbrush fiercely obstinate persistence in courting revenue for the thirteen mouths previ- Â¬ States storekeeper under Collectors her life while she was not at school was began to unearth the Spanish guer- Â¬ front ot the block house and his was 121332 McFARLAND and They fought them sometimes death in was an exhibition of reckless- Â¬ ous good of 23347035 leaving a balance to Johnson and Sapp his little boy and and spent in Evansville OF rillas trenches The deceased possessed a sweet voice mother-in-laMrs D Richardson the hand to hand and the rush of the Amer- ness that Beemed to make the Boldlers During the present year the rolling Mrs Elizabeth Roberts visitors from and often sang in the city church choirs icans was so irresistable that the Span- Â¬ engaged in it superhuman stock has been Increased bv the addition Ekron Meade county had a narrow and at the homes of her friends For The lat- Â¬ to contrary to rules in Blood and Dirt He Cheered iards beganthe fly before thorn the block The charge was flagrant abuse the prece- Â¬ of several new engines ail the passen Â¬ escape from death as a result of eating years she was a leader up allBociety and Sorely Wounded Covered With protection of of ter sought when her oi war It was a ger equipment has been thoroughly over- Â¬ ice cream or by drinking water from a church work but gave His Men On house on the hill but were soon dis dent Tacticians and military authori- Â¬ hauled and much ot the freight equip- Â¬ cooler which was dosed by some un- Â¬ health began to fail She was a member loged from there and finally retreated ties of all lands and climes would have ment has boon supplied with air brakes known enemy of the Grace Presbyterian church from the coast Miss Youngs mother was at her bed Â¬ sworn that it would never succeed It and automatic couplers lhe general Ors OConuers and Strickler worked driven away the heroism The Every Man Was Like the Heroes The enemy being pitched a lew dog was the incarnation of audacity it was condition of the roadbed has been much for five hours and used strong antidotes side wheu she died were funeral ser- Â¬ Was a Battle Where Sixteenth regiment held Tuesday it was improved and tho structures baye been and such stimulants as whisky and vices of the deceased the approximation of Greece of Ancient tents for their temporary camp The the height of insanity it was the fanati- Â¬ strengthened The splendid condition digitalis before any real relief was afford Â¬ at the residence of Dr Cosby Rev Mr men had no opportunity for rest how- Â¬ cism of exalted patriotism and the awful of the road is due largely to the careful ed Up to a late hour lost night Mies Marquis conducted tho services He ever Orders came for the Sixteenth to elements that entered into it demoral- Â¬ administration of Col Attilla Cox the Bertha IVaid Mrs Richardson and Mrs spoke touchiiigly of tho sweet life of the Roberts remained in a critical state deceased aud of her kind deeds The Along in May when the war fever was at its height Captain Tyler join Lawton near Santiago and the men ized tho foe and made them fight with President man to The building of the line into Louis- Â¬ However all of them are out of danger remains were biouht to Morganiield Infantry United States Army arrived in Cloverport were given ordorB of march Eachheavy the blind desperation of beasts at bay of the Nineteenth ammunition The ville was not discussed and it is believ- Â¬ this morning Wednesday morning where they wero had 200 rounds Their efforts were unavailing and opened up a recruiting offico at the Mitchell hotel camp utensils and other block house and trenches wero taken ed that nothing will be done in this A of interred in the Masonic cemetery Mrs Richardsou is a sister-in-lacar- Â¬ blankets his He was accompanied by a corporal and sergeant both of whom equipment that mado up a load of 75 The victors when they gained the fort direction for a year or two Gus Richardson of Meade county large gathering of friends and mourners Hon regular sol- - pounds followed lhe remains to their last resting and trenches saw tho bleeding bodies of ried the Krag Jorgcnsen rifio tho regulation weapon of the Deputy Appellate Clerk Dont Tobacco Spit aud Smoke Your Ufe Auijr road was anklo deep with mud GOO dead Spaniards lying about in all poThe place Unionfown Telegram fliers To quit tobacco easily und forever lie mae the sun was broiling hot und the men FINE MUSICIAN who wero attracted to tho Mitchell hotel by tho unusual were weak They became desperate and sitions Blood poured in rivulets The netlc full of life nerve aud vigor talie Among those A Clever Trick floors of tho block house was slippery ttiownudcr worker that malte neult men defenders was Walter sight of men wearing the garb of Uncle Sams threw away their blankets and other with it Thick red streams flowed slug- strong All druggists GOcortl Cure guaran Young Composer Who Will Reflect certainly looks like it but there is It Credit Cloverport equipment only saving their ammuni- Â¬ gishly in the tranches And splotches on teed Uooklet und sample freeNewAddress King who lives a short distance out in the country from really no trick about it Anybody can Sterling Ilemedy Ca Chicago or York Upon Kentucky Ho was tion haversacks and mess kits try it who has Lame Back and Weak the brown earth told of the work done Walter examined the Krag Jorgonsen rifles with interest The discipline on the march was per- Â¬ by the vengeful bullet that bore its mes ITS A LIE Kidneys Malaria or nervous troubles one of the guns iifhiB hands and inspect its mechanism allowed to take One of the most promising young fect There wore no grumblings or com We mean he can cure himself right determined to join the army and the next day he pre plaints and the boys were as cheerful as sage of death That night he musicians in the south is George Smith away by taking Electric Bitters This The suu was blazing in the heavens Breckenridge Asphalt Company not In the intention of Louisville He possesses talent of so medicine tones up the whole system sented himself at tho hotel and notified Captain Tyler of his the unhappy condition of their sur when tho battle of El Caney was over Combine inhigh an order that it can truthfully be acts as a stimulant to the Liver und Kid- Â¬ specimen of the Breckinridge county boy He is Â¬ roundings would permit Walter s a air A lull came in the firing and the men His performances on neys is a blood purifier and nerve tonic termed genius respectable parents As soon as the Sixteenth had joined their euer ies spent became apathetic telligent has borne a good reputation and possesses It was teported in the Louisville pa- tho violin areas inspiring as those of the It rigid physical Lawtons brigade the order for the as Â¬ and a silence foil over the battlefield that curts Constipation Headache Faint Â¬ Ho was of good physique and he managed to pass the week that a combine had been navy is sault on El Uauey was given and theÂ¬ was deeper than the stillness of death pers thisbetween Cleveland Chicago St great masters and they exemplify perfect ing Spells Sleeplessness and Melancholy Mr Smith is a examination that each man desirous of entering the army and skill and sympathy three days battle of Santiago had com- Buzzirds with outspread pinions sailed formed is purely vegetable a mild laxative Louis Cincinnati liufftlo Hud bmlsville youth in years but tho sacred tires of it subjected to menced aud restores the system to its natural lazily in the air and gloated over the Â¬ where capitalists to control tin asphalt busi Â¬ genius burn within him He Is a comto Tampa Fla Tho Sixttenth had been formed in ex vigor A few days later he was sent from Owonsboro Try Electric Bitters aud be con up the hill for human carrion that promised a glorious ness It was also intimated that the poser of more than ordinary talent His viuced that they are a miracle worker to E Company Sixteenth Regiment United States tended order and started feast for them on the morrow he was assigned would secure control latest production is aeoog entitled Love proposed combiue the block house where the Spaniards Every bottle guaranted Only 50c a bot- Â¬ The next day Walter King marched of the Breckenridge Asphalt mines of Armv Yon V Yes I Do I rush It is a perfect melody tle at Short Haynes health He re- Â¬ were fortified with awas far more dense with his regiment back to Siboney On this county The undergrowth and its beauty will make it very popular Walter wont jvway in the spring a picture of perfect N Y weak and than the thickest canebrake one could the way he witnessed a sight that was Marshal Morris manager of the mines turned to this city last week from Montauk Point more cruel to him than all the horrors was questioned in regard to tho rumor Will Wed In October Buoklens Arnica Salve seo find along the Ohio The men plunged A Newb reporter met him on tho depot platform and emaciated of the battlefield and he said that there was nothing in it into it with a will and fought and scramDr Forrest Lee Lightfoot of Hawes Tub Best Salve in the world for Cute A few days previously three of his He said that he had only heard of the ing the change in him inquired thorns ut bled through the wait-a-b- it Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fe Â¬ vllle aud Miss Mary Elizibath Miller of comrades who had been killed at Sibo- Â¬ proposed combine through the newspa Â¬ feel Walter How do you terly oblivious to the cruol scratches ver Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chil- Â¬ near Hardlmburg will wed October 5th ney bad been buried alongside the road pers and stated positively that the blains Corns and all Skiu Eruptions Tho weddlug will occur at the beautiful Bad Baid the soldier my head seems as big as a barrel that were inflicted upon them young fellow Too add to their difficulties the men to Santiago The mon who Interred the Breckenridge Company was no part ot it and postively cures Piles or no pay re- Â¬ country home of the bride Dr Light He was an altogether different boy physically than the soldiers had no shovels or trenching soon encountered a tangle work of barb- quired It is guaranteed to give perfect foot is a young physician of high stand Â¬ tools They had to use their bayonets who wont off to the war in the spring Honflold III satisfaction or money refunded Price ing and is a recent graduate of a St over the Nkwb re Â¬ wire trochna and thev had to cut the to scoop out the trench that served as a After the greeting of frit nds and acquaintances was I am subject to cramps and colic and Louis Mo medical college of his experiences strands with their bayonets or pull them common grave for the three dead men have used many remedies hut find Fo- Â¬ 25 cents per box For sale by Short porter corralled Walter and drew tho following story Haynes apart by sheer strength He is the eldest son of the well known As the ground was bard they could not leys Colic Cure beats them all physician Dr J F Lightfoot of Hawes in the army from him These impediments to the march digdeepand the men were laid Bide W L Yeate band for the Owenaboro Pair ville a former practitioner of this city caused the lino to lose formation Soon by side in a shallow grave and a scant A K Fisher Cloverport R A Shell Misa Miller cornea from one of tho The Daviess County Fair Company has was all right change for the better that It promised a scattered masa of men could be seen coat of earth was thrown over them Soldiering at Tampa Hayues secured tho celebrated When Band of woalthest aud most wldley known fami Â¬ man Stephensport Gordon of moving up the hill Colonels were lust In the three days that had elapsed fateaville E A Witt iiardhisburg The eights were new to mo and there cheefod them and tiie debarkation Indianapolis for this season The band lies in this section She Is the youngest very from their commands inajoia from their their bodies had contracted and tho were but few hardships I liked Urn ex tho soldiers on the Ban Marcos was is made up of some of the finest musi Â¬ daughttr of Hou William Miller a very batalllons and captains from their com hands knees and feet o tho uufortun INNOCENT WAS periencca of the few days I spent In camp hurriedly done cians in the country and it is really the prosperous farmer aud who has held The men started ashore in small panits No orders could be siven It ates protruded from the earth The When we beard that we were lo go man fought on worms were banquettingupon the bodies There Was No Ground for Holding Flat same organization that so delighted the numerous positions of importance und Cuba our delimit boats but so eager were they to put was a case where each aboard transports for crowds of 18U5 with the best music that trust in this county The men became bo ab Â¬ of Uncle Sams dead heroes for their feet on land that they sprang from ids own hook knew no bounds When the day for Murder was oyer heard in this part of tho state sorbed in the frenzy of battle that they The passing soldiers turned their eyes A Modern Diana embarkation arrived overv man was in the boats into the surf and attempted to had uo thought ot their nelghbora feoling of depres- Â¬ cam away and a sickening wade ashore For broken eurtaces sores insect fine fettle and we started into the MIbs Mary Marshal of Louisville is Lieutenants and privates struggled along sion camo over them - Wednesday morning At Hartfort Walter Klug was among the Urst to side bv side Some shouted others bites burns skin diseases and especially one of the most charming girls that has palgn aa a lot of school boys would a sanir They were now veterans They had when the case against John Flat piles there is one reliable remedy De atteuiut the landluit lie was struggling picnic visited Cloverport this Bummer She is Borne bantered each other and one man witnessed the glory and the hldcousnesa charged with killing Ben Carter was Witch Haul Salve Wheu you truly a twentieth century girl and she We boarded tho tramp steamer Ban lu the water in an effort to reach shore with insanity gleaming in his tearless called the Commonwealth dismissed the Witts oi war call for DdWltta dont accept counter lias more accomplishments than Solomon Marcos Very sorry attempts had boen and he held his loaded Krag Jorgensen eyes cried with a voice so wlerd and This la a uart cf tho story that was case because there was no evidence on feits or frauds You will not be disap Â¬ had wives Miss Marshal is fin de el eel e made to convert it into a transport yea rille a ove his head so that it would not horrible that it inspired those who heard tolk by Walter King It was uttered which to secure conviction Flat had pointed with DoWitfa Witch Ilazgl as is evidenced by tho fact that she can Â¬ Wbt el The J2 mU comprising the regi him with awe rapidly wheu he recalled the scenes that been in Jail for a week and was very glad Salve Short Haynes badlv Ou all sides of lilw were excited sol ment were1 stowed away In the beat any of tho boys hereabouts Bhootlng While the men were plunging up tho bad inspired him with enthusiasm and to bo released There could not have with the pistol and thats saying a whole ventilated hold where the odor of bilge diera who wero slipping on the slimy hill the enemy from the shelter of the Do Without It been any direct evidence against him Cannot slowly and reluctantly when he recalled water and the effluvium of the men made weed encrusted rocks and who were block house and trenches began to pour lot Â¬ will alwavs live in his and the warrent was sworn out on cirKy Mr John Baiujaok Floral turnjpg fretting and cursing at the mis a hail 01 snot upon me Diue coateu moo the incidents that it a veritable black holq of Calcutta cumstantial evidence memory aa a mosaic forming a hldeouc Dcab bin Enclosed I send you a chick Struck a Mule While we were aboard the vessel we haps which caused them to fall and The Mauser bullet and the grape and horrible ulghtinare tor 100 for which you will please to and we douse theuiaelvea in the briny waters of sheila from the machine guna began to At 3 oclock Mondav evening lightning were allowed lmtieVitotgM Walter is rnodeat Of himself he only continue to seud us your paper We struck and killed a fine mule for Mrs pwmUted to golpon the upper the bay away define a zone where death held were not said have been taking it for twenty years and Jas Shearn near Skillman Her eon Right Into tills hell our boys plunged When the advance guard neared the dock which bad been reserved for tb When I went Into battle I said to my better than cure Tutts Liver cannot get along without it Alvin was moving into a newly built shore crackl crack I sounded a couple of with a cheer It was the strongest man self I am here to stay and I kept close otteen T V T Bakkb Pills will not only cure but if resldeuci when the bolt came A horao rations were InauHlclent anil of a rifles and two soldiers fell dead in the to the frput and everyone elae following to my captain The in the earae wagon was badly stunned The men of the Sixteenth hesi Â¬ his lead The Sixteenth regulars pre Â¬ The few words speak eloquently of taken in time will prevent Picking Ub kind that were not suited to the tropic water we were in The fearful odors tated a minute sw the water stained by served the semblance of a formation but the stuff he la made ot It breathes of Haute W H Sullivanrepreeenting Wiilhoyte De NotllBBM4 Or hie o iurag and hi fidelity to duty He of the held the lack of exeiciae and the the blood of their comrades and Instantly they were soon joined by a leaderleas ia a tvpieal Keatuckian the kind we Barrett A Co of Owensboro was iu thn Always Insist on geHlag Feieya Hoa dyspepsia biliousness malaria city last week He said that trade was emWI dapwasloa that seised bold of the realised they were la the enemys couu force of private from the Seventy first raise in BreekenrWge Tar aa it ia postively absolutely New York The latter were armed with constipation jaundice torpid picking up wonderfully and that mer Â¬ ey and bmb hm4 thaw all to be more or lass try and unqualifiedly the beat cogh aaedi Oiackl crack weut the rltitf again the old Springfield rifix which when it awl tbey got so they abhorred the lek chant never had a more hopeful or clue liver and kindred diseases A K Accept uo substitute WHEN DOES YOUR SUB raw tioMd swata that were served them Two mora men fell The noise sounded exploded vomited a cloud of smoke and anguine feellnu than they have bow Fiher Cloverport R A Sbellmifi arrival off Slboqay from the deaae undergrowth that fringed directed the fire of the Spaniards right Wfcea tbf SCRIPTION TO THK NEWS Btephawporti Gordon fc Hayaaa Pata- q wwq eariMVet in their UlwoUoa when tbvwM to land they were very the ueaea thai tk DWltt Witch Hazel Salv I villa AISOLUTELY CURE A Witt Hardiuaburg lag to reaeh J2ku was m bowiUt BulUu awl ftUallt began to nww W4W EXPIRE tU sight o bAf ia4 weak BATTLE OF EL CANEY A LARGE INCREASE pom Cloverport Boy WhoWas in tye Thick of the Fight Â¬ POWDER A VIVID STORY YOUTHFUL tnVFierce terrible Charge Up the Hillside Â¬ Â¬ ICE CREAM Mowed POISONED Â¬ CAPTAIN Â¬ It Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ gt Prevention Sick Headache TUTTS Liver PILLS bt te I THJ BRBOKRNRIDCfe NEWS OIaOVEJRFORO KY Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY BEIT 14 1898 EASY BIRDS TO PLUCK of HARDINSBURG Deferrrd from fait week ROSETTA at John Meador Big Spring was here Saturday Miss Ivy Carlton Is visiting friends at Hardinsburg Dent Head spent a fow days at Webs Â¬ ter recently This occurs quite often There mustbe some attraction there A hail storm on Sunday oveulnu did considerable damage to the tobacco crop south of us Mr John Kasoy and- Hiram Carlton report their crop very much damaged Miss Georglo Blissel who has been absent several weeks in Jefferson and Bullitt counties visiting among lridnds and relatives is home again looking very much refreshed after her outing No more threshing dinners to be cook- Â¬ ed by the weary farmers wives this year in our district The threshing machine made its return trip Tuesday The yield of wheat was above the aver Â¬ age for several years past Farmers are yery busy cutting and housing tobacco It has been many years since thtj farmer has had the privi- Â¬ lege of handling such a crop of the weed All the tobacco needs now Is a good spell of tobacco curing weather Frank Blisset wife and baby are visit Â¬ ing Mr and Mrs Geo Blisset Frank is farming near Louisville He reports times prosperous with himself From the looks of his wife and baby tboy surely do jive on the fat of the land Miss Argent Mercer will remain a visitor at Mrs Rosses until the 20th of this month She will then go to Louis- Â¬ ville to attend Conference from there she will go to New Albany to spend the winter as has been her custom for the past lew years A small houso party was given by Miss Fannie Penlckto Miss Carlton from Hardin county Wednesday evening Quite a pleasant evening was enjoyed The guests were Misses Ivy Carlton Amelia Harned Etel Springate Sallie Bettle- - Taylor Messrs Rico Carlton Sidney Jonston Dent Head and Odnm Penick Brother Walton preached his last ser- Â¬ mon this Conference year for us Sept 4 We trust the Bishop presiding at the meeting of our Annual Conference will return him to complete his fourth year Tho three years we havo had Bro Wal- Â¬ ton for our pastor has been a great bene- Â¬ fit to us His encouragement toward the building of our new church has been no small thing His teachings from the pulpit have been a great benefit to both church and community Jeff Jolly will lecture to the Rosetta Sunday school the third Sunday in this month Everybody interested in Sunday-school and Sunday school work come out and hear what Mr Jolly has to say I feel assured he will tell us some Â¬ thing we will like to learn and bestir some of us sleepy heads to greater effort for Sunday school work Mr Jolly desires Mr V G Babbage to meet him here Mr Babbage will please makoa note of this item and arrange matters accordingly B OJS W RY Do not delay but enter the B N O once Miss Moggie Smith Is victllng in Owensboro Miss Fannio Hurst of Indiana is at tho home of Mr and Mrs J 11 B Logan Mr Gus Shellman left fast Monday to attend the G A R encampment at Cin Â¬ LOSS OP TERRITORY Dates That Figure In the Spains Decay A Beautiful Story Farmers Suffer Prom a Woeful Lack of Information Queer Condition of Affairs Affecting the Wheat Crop Present Br3 rowuieocootT toetotMoor Twe Air WIMTWie Farmers are easy birds to pluck For this reason they aresalmoet univer- Â¬ sally selected as victims by those who make their living off somebody elses labor It is not a lack of intelligence which causes the farmer to fall an easy prey to those in other business lines As a class farmers will compare favorably with almost any other class of busi- Â¬ ness men in natural intelligence but it is a woeful lack of Information which is the burden under which so many farmers stagger that enables the balance of the world so often to get the proceeds of their toll at less than it is worth We are prompted to give expression to these thoughts here by one peculiar feature of the wheat situation and a recollection of last yearB situation Last year at this time everybody who took the troubleto post themselves knew that there was the biggest shortage in the worlds wheat crop that had occurred in many years Notwithstanding this fact farmers fold their wheat from the thresher very few made any attempt to bold for better prices although it was then only selling at CO to 70 cents This year tho situa- Â¬ tion is not nearly so strong and while prices may go higher there is no reason Â¬ able hope of reaching last winters prices Thjs year the farmers generally are holding their wheat or think they are for the advanre and now comes the peculiFound ar feature which prompted this article At A R Fisher Cloyorport R A We learn from dally reports from the Shellman Stephensport Gordon Hay Â¬ market centers that farmers aro not sell- Â¬ nes Patesville E A Witts Hardins ing but storing in mill elevators We burg drug stores a marvelous cure for find also that there is almost no milling all kidney complaints nervous exhaus- Â¬ demand for the crop because in the tion and female weakness It is Foleys storage contracts the farmers agreed to once Kidney Cure permit tho miller to grind his wheat provided he will replace it when called BIG SPRING on Now as wo only export about one ROOT PRUNINQ seventh to one eighth of our wheat the Ben Clarkson Jr was in Louisville A Means of Bringing Trees Into millers of the United States must be our Monday customers for six sevenths or seven Bearing The hardest rain of tho summer fell eights of our crop But as stated above her Sunday Fruit trees of any kind frequently the millers are not buying the new crop Born to the wife of Harry Miller the grow with great luxuriance In this to any considerable extent and the rea- Â¬ they aro usually unfruitful No tree son is the farmers are giving them abso- Â¬ 3d Inst a daughter II Meyer went to Louisvlllo Sunday commences to flower and fruit until its lutely free all the wheat they can grind vegetative exuberance has been some Â¬ They need not buy a bushel With the accompanied by his wife what checked Those who understand consent of the farmers the millers of the Miss Ethel Springate of Custer is the art of fruit culture thoroughly can United States are grinding up the wheat visiting Miss Nan Martin bring these wayward trees into a without paying a dollar for it and selling Geo Medley made a flying trip to stralghter line of duty by root pruning the flour at high prices or storing it Louisville last Thursday them It is effected by digging a trench away to sell for still higher prices tifter Dr Strother was tho guest of Dr Wil around thti tree and then filling it up they have settled with the farmers at li of Vine Grove last Thursday again with the earth that has been from CO to CO cents per bushel By this Mrs Galloway and daughter visited thrown out This cutting off the ends action of the farmers the millers have of the roots causes check to the extreme the fixing of tho price in their own friends in Vine Grove fast week Mrs Kayo of Vine Groye is here vigor and the result is the production hands They do not need to buy any of flowers instead of branches The dis now for farmers are supplying them all visiting Mrs Durbin and other friends tance from the trunk that the trench they can use without cost They will Miss Donle Medley of Louisville is should be dug will of course depend not need to buy later on or at least will hero visiting her cousins the Misses upon the ago and size of the tree as not be pressed because they will have Medley also its ratio of luxuriance the aim stocked up with flour to meet current One Minute Cough Cure cures Mr and Mrs John Talbott of Spence That U what It was made for should be to dig so as to cut off about wants made from the farmers free Y were here last week visiting port N one third of its roots The pear as well wheat and it is perfectly natural that relatives as other fruit trees is particularly bene Â¬ they should say to the farmer The R C Craycroft returned Patuiday fitted by root pruning It can be car- Â¬ mills and the dealers are all heavily ried out any time during the fall or win stocked with flour and there is no from Marion county where he has been tor season demand or wheat eo we can give you visiting Meehans Monthly Miss Mollin Clarkson of Louisville only about 50 cents for it The farmer It Is Strange has done without the money all fall and was the giuet of Miss Zelma Strother last week thntsome people who say they never most of winter waiting for the rise Mr and Mrs Will Brown of Ekron read patient medicine advertisements and the millers now have him where will be found lugging home every now tbey want him and he will take the 50 were the guests of B S Clarksons fam Â¬ and then a bottle of somo favorite reme Â¬ cents for fear it will go to 40 The truth ily last Wednesday dy of theirs We dont bother you with isfarmers while nominally holding their Mr Wolf who lias been here visiting wheat are not holding it at all They his daughter Mrs Meyer returned much reading but just ask you to try 10c trial lioltle of Dr Caldwells Syrup are simply giving to the millers and put- Â¬ to Louisville Sunday Pepsin for constipation indigestion and ting the millers in position that enables Mr Tom Hastings of Elizabethtown stomach troubles GOc and 100 sizes them to fix any price they choose next came down last Sunday and was the winter or spring for settlement At Cnas O Martins guest of Miss Lydia Clarkson Now suppose farmers all over the A GUARANTEED CURE Joh Walton left for Rome Ky last Dickens Two Failures United States wero really holding their Friday to be with his sister Mrs Ray FOR Charles Dickens won immortal fame as wheat and millers were not allowed to fall a novelist whose books will Uveas long grind it without buying it How would and attend school there this Opium Morphine and Cocaine Allen Stith and sister Miss Mabel of as the world endures but he had two the situation be changed 7 We see from Valley Vernon Williams and Habits and Drunkenness conspicuous failures in his otherwise Bradstreets reports that the visible Stitha successful career That vexed question supply of old wheat on hand in the Bister of Flaherty attended church here For full particular address Is marriage a failure 7 was In his case world on August 1 1898 was in round last week STEVE P IIOLCOMBE most positively answerod in the affirma- numbers about 03 million bushels tho Rev E P Crow secretary of foreign tive his wedded life was to him the rift lowest of which we have any record at missions of the M E church south will No 128 E Jefferson St Lfiuistille Ky within the lute As tho editor of a daily this season From the eamo source we preach here next Sunday morning in the AH Correspondence Strictly Confidential paper Dickens collapsed as was manifest learn that this small stock has been interest of missionary work from hia eliort control of the Dally News decreasing at the rate of over a million John Babbage the worthy editor of Comfort In other editorial grooves however he bushels a week during August Last the News was hore last Wednesday In Safety was a huge success Curiously enough year out of our crop of 630 million the interest of his paper and added a Brzs contemporary Thackeray met bushels wo only exported 79J millions few new subscribers to his list Louisville anil his failure in the shape of an editors though this was the largest exportation Miss Maud Doran was the guest of chair His reign over the Cornhlll was for five years The millers of the United Miss Imo Rawllngs of Owensboro who manifestly a it worried States according to tho past records will is visiting her sister Mrs Thomas Wil- Â¬ require this fall and winter about 450 his life almost out of him as well as he liams of Dick Ky last Saturday and could think of nothing but his magazine million bushels to moet current demands Fait Mat Line Between Suppose the millers were required now Sunday Miss Mabel Collie little Luclle Collie A stubborn cough or tickling in the to go Into the open market and buy to throat yields to One Minute Cough Cure fill their current wants aud thus make and Master MorrN Collie of Louisville Louisville Evansville Harmless in effect touches the right some competition with exporters Does who have beon here spending the sum- Â¬ spot reliable and just what is wanted any one suppose that if this were the mer with their grandfather II R Mor STEAMERS case wheat would be Belling at 06 to 70 ris returned home lost Thursday It acta at once Short Haynes Miss Lydia Clarkson and her guest cents The only buyers we have now E G RAGON Female Drunkenness are exporters and they only want some Miss Mayme Barnard a charming young Dr Norman Kers an authority on 50 or CO million bushels The millers lady from Louisville will leave for F M Ky an Mailer W A Illihop Porier inebriety states that female drunken Â¬ are compelled to have about 450 million Elizabethtown Wednesday to attend the ness is increasing and that out of 3000 bushels and if farmers would not supply fair and will be the guests of Miss Fro TARASCON cases he found heredity waa tho cause in it without cost tlioy would have to buy ma Clarkson who will have a house half that number it We do not blame the millers for party in their honor and other visitors D L Fenny Matter L T Conner Porter making such an arrangtment but that she has farmers who agree to it should not com- Â¬ TELL CITY Going Sown Hill plain about 50 cent wheat Farmers People suffering from Kidnoy Diseases R II Ballard Matter W 1 NswUII Farm Homo Journal feel a gradual but steady loss of strength Came Back to Life and vitality They should lose no Mf wife hadjplm leaorfherfaecbut ha ua been latum urASOAUKTS and tbey A soldier dead for three days was time In trying Foleys Kidney Cure a all disappeared I hi AQBStlmtlon or somebod been troubled time but ftr tub with about to bo dissected at the Alglsra Mili Guaranteed Preparation A R Fisher Ing tbenfa Cascaret I bare bad do trouble Dally except Saturday between Louisville and Cloverport R A Shellman Stephens with this alupent we canooipeak too high Â¬ tary Hospital when he awoke u Wauthan ly of Casearear Ji before the doctors recovered from their port Gordon Haynes Pateaville E and Mew Amsterdam 708 German towtfsA- 1btUdelphIa Ia surprise got off the dissecting tablo and A Witt Hardinsburg Freight slipped by this line delivered qalek er than by rati walked into the next room where he CANDY Queen Write With Blther Hand Traveler wilt And the steamers are unsar CATHARTIC wrote down some words on a piece of I An accomplishment of Queen Victoria patted la equipment and aooommocUtloHi paper to make sure that ho was alive and v hlch but little is known but of The bett of eullnary art employed at eeoki and awake The doctors now say that he which she is very proud is that of being be esn It equal to that of tbe bett hotel baa completely recovered from hia TMAOf wn ablo to write with either IhhkL Her General oBoei ITS and 178 tfc Avesoe lethargy mother the late Duchess of KwftJslHU LohIivIIIs You invite disappointment when you strong views on the necessity Wnhilttg DLPSWNY WWHIT Sspt Pleasant Palatable Free 1otent Test fiood IM exprlHaeBt De Witts Little Eaily Risers a child to use both bands eqwlHy ad Good WsrerSlckun Weaken or Drip We JfccWo O V WiiilAM T P A arw ptauMut easy thorough little pills the young princess was as a cow CURE CONSTIPATION They ewe coastlpation and sick head taught to write with her left Wkl an 0wnbr9 Kr Tert M4 KHI1 ttmUj bMh Cllwt MMlml you take them accompusutneai which sae qwcMy KtMJMtMsure SsaSffttyjflfiBfillBitSSfDWItf Little tfarly Rlws tered gfeert k UayiMfl Tb imumm Httl 9HU Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ When Philip II began to reign Spain was tuo moat powerful nation in the world 60 vast were her possessions in Europe Asia Africa and America that the eim naver set on her domin- Â¬ ions but with the beginning of the do cadence before his death and in the first years of the reign of his immediate successor nearly all her possessions in Nortli Africa Burgundy Naples Sicily and Milan wero lost In modern times her losses have been as follows 102S Malacca Ceylon Java 1040 Portugal 1G48 Officially renounced her righto over Holland 1049 A number of strong fortresses in in the Netherlands 1C59 Rousillon and Sardinia 1048 1713 Flanders 1C97 Island of Hayti except Santo Domingo 1704 Gibraltar 1795 Panto Domingo 1797 Trinidad lhOO Louisiana 1819 Florida 1810 21 Mexico Venezuela Colombia Ecuador Peru Bolivia Chile Argentina Uraguay Paraguay Guatemala Hondu- Â¬ ras Nicaragua San Salvador etc 1898 Cuba Porto Rico Philippines Marianas or Ladrone Islands What will remain for her to lose in Perhaps the the twentieth century home country cinnati Miss Allle Witt entertained last Satur- Â¬ day evening in honor of her guest Miss Ida Carlton There are about 135 pupils enrolled at the public school The school Is pro grepslng nicely Miss BeesieJEskridgo of Harned was the guest of Misses Clara and Addie K Eskrldge last Thuisday Miss Retta McKinley of Cannelton Ind will attend a month at B N col- Â¬ lege before beginning iter school Miss Alice Baker one of our most pop- Â¬ ular young ladies will leave to day to at Â¬ tend Logan college at Russelville Ky Miss Mary Mercer of Fordsvllle en Â¬ ters the B N college for a whole years Forty others from the county work should follow her praiseworthy example Miss Beesio Logan of Troy will at- Â¬ tend the first month of the B N col lege and then return to Indiana to re sume her work as teacher in the public schools of that state The doctors say that typhoid fever is very malignant this year there has not been such an epidemic in four years Dr Baker has about twelve cases whicli He lias he reports are doing nicely lost but very few cases up to dato One of tho most interesting features of the B N college this year will be the musical department conducted by Miss Miss Eakrldge is a Katie Eskrldge very competont instructor in both in- Â¬ strumental and vocal music-- She has spent three terms in Louisville taking lessons from some of the most skilled musicians of that city Those desiring to take music will call or write to her at wo rauwa hid am satm rat mew nu aura eo FREE for a few months to all users of the celebrated ELASTIC STARCH Fiatlron Brand To induce you to try this brand of starch so that you may find oat for yourself that all claims for Its superiority and econ omy are true the makers have had prepared at great expense a series of U t S W ItAILWAY Cindnnatl and th St Urals and the Weil t No I J No so No 16 Lt oulsvllla Jjjpm i jsm Isjain 605pm Ar Cincinnati 645am 1155am Ar Columbus 1115am 3 5pm 1105pm Ar Pittsburg 8 sjpm J ssam 6joam ti soam Ar Washington t 3opm Arftaltlmore 750am Ar Philadelphia 101 Jain J 40 mi Ar New York u jonn 555pm- Ar Roston 3 oopm 9 05pm Nraln No 16 has elegant Pullman linnet Parlor Car to Cmcinnall and Drawing room bleeper and dining cars Cincinnati to Washington Baltimore Philadelphia and New York without change Train No IS has elegant Pullman Patlor Car to Cincinnati and Pullman Drawing room and dining cars Cincinnati to New York without change Tram No tohasslepers to Cincinnati open at 9 oclock to recelre passengers B0 Trains leave Loulnvllle an follows St Louis Springfield and the Wait GAME PLAQUES exact reproductions of the you 10000 originals by Muville Ar St Louis Lv Loulsvfll No so 1 AT Springfield sJ5am 183000 g 40pm 640pm Ssjsm No 16 No 44 Ssopm 7 isam 9 33am m m which will be given ABSOLUTELY FREE by your grocer on conditions named below These Plaques are 40 Inches in circumference arc free of any suggestion of advertising whatever and will ornament the most elegant apartment No manufacturing concern ever before gave away such valuable presents to its customers They are not for sale at any price and can be obtained only In The subjects are the manner specified American Wild Ducks American Pheasant English Quail English Snipe The birds are handsomely embossed and stand out natural as life Each Plaque is bordered with a band of gold except Sunday Trains Nos 16 so and 44 hare elegant day coaches Pullman parlor and sleeping cars to St Louis From East 7 S5 am is 15 noon 640 pm is 5 a m 3 so a m From West 7 sea m is 15 pm 640pm City Ticket office southeast corner Fourth and Main streets Depot Serenth and rirer For detail Information regardlog rates time on connecting lines sleeping parlor dining cars etc address R S IIROWN District Pass ft Ticket Agent n O S W Rv 41b and Main Louisrille Ky or J M CHESSllROUGH General Pasienger Agent Cincinnati Ohio O B WAIIFBL Assistant- General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio North Vernon accomodation leares at 7 15 a dally Charlestown accommodation Isaves at 5 30 p TRAINS AnniVK v ELASTIC STARCH has been tho standard for as years TWENTY TWO MILLION packages of this brand were sold last year Thats how good it is ASK YOUR DEALER to show you the plaques and tell Accept you about Elastic Starch no substitute How To Off Them tlx Brent packages of Elastic Starch Flat Iron Brand are entitled to re eelre from their grocer one of these beautiful dame Plaqnei freo Tho laques will not bo cent bj mail lier can bo obtained only from jour grocer Every Grocer Keeps Elastic Starch Do not delay This oflor is for n short time only All parcbatera of throe 10 cent or Henderson Houte Losinilli Eendiiwn Si Lonii Ej No Co Time Card la Effect Jane 20 97 East Bound Lv St Louis Evansville Henderson Spottanlle Owensboro Ilawesvil No 4s No 44 46 1HIG DG SHUULD INTEREST EVEBYBODTI poverport Stephensport why naxe a jooa set 01 Because it 13 placed here by the NEW YORK DENTAL PARLORS for the benefit of the public that they may know where to go to get the best dental work at the very lowest price ajkAMHiB TFFTH wuw 75 50 100 j Brandenburg ArrLouisvill West Hound Jrvgoa 766am 866pm 660am a 20pm S10V 713 248 738 37 828 818 341 400 4 40 4 60 917 645 810 603 1007 622 625 1045 603 667 11 12 621 617 7 30 1235pm 745 Jam No 4I No 43 No 45 Iv We extract teetb 25 cents without pain anmciai teem ior JPgalB Louisville Brandenburg Irylngton Stephensport WlTHOU JPURES Teeth filled with gold and platinum alloy Teetb filled with amalgam Teetb filled with pure gold and up Illljfjsklml0 Hawesvllle Owensboro Spottsvlll Henderson Evansville Arrbr Louis fl0Terport 1135 95 1217pm 9 47 1010 1240 1 1011 1035 7S0am 861 915 961 460pm 823pm 609 931 6 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BRECKENRIDGE NEWS lUJXf L W WAKKJLsW TBm SHLeKHNHLlDaia Opening N1rf OLOVElPOBLa Â¬ KIT of the Fall Season yon Wn coming right to with with our announcement th i i ima of our great storr Telling yon what we Imve In p11 and what It will cost and whit yon can Bave by trading Please read our ads hero yon will be benefitted Make onr store vonr headquarters when In tho city You will be mado wnlromp whethor you wish to bny or not From it I have over received tho most courteous atten Â¬ tion and gentlotnanlv acknowledgement My attachment is deep Again ai I glance at the calendar note the same bending golden rod which tho early glow and splendor of autumn which might be n r oottlsh one of which we read only an American autumn is lees manifest in Infinite variety of gorgeous color I am reminded of another anniversary in my life the thirty third to day Monday and I am surviving on memories now in the hush of the dead autumn of lite which has truly been remarkable perhaps for two things love of youth and love of the world and time only deepens rather than subdues thoso responsive chords I received an invitation to the marri- Â¬ age of my friend Clinton J Crutcher to Mies Ella M Kurlz last Wednesday evening at the Webster Methodist church Clint was only a boy when I lived by him In Garrett but that kind heart that obliging disposition that good son affectionate brother could nevor fall to make an ideal husband Ho and his brido have my warmest wishes for a long useful happy life Brother CW Hesson delivered his last sermon horo on Sunday for this Conference year He talked very touchlngly and truthfully along the line of our blessed Saviours coming to His own received him not Ho told us how uncertain friendship was how he detest Â¬ ed treachery How few people were true How few stood in Adversity as in Brother Hesson gavo his prosperity beautiful hearers some wholesome Watch vour own lives advice Brother guard your own tongues Hesson is an educated gentleinanyoung full of hope and if spare I is calculated to do much good Should lie be return- Â¬ ed let his own receive him should his lines fall elsewhere may they drop in pleasant places This The Lucile Orphans Home institution which has been in existence here since last January in temporary quarters has been moved to a perma- Â¬ nent home northwest of Leitchfiuld on the Hardinsburg road The farm consists of one hundred acres There is a beautiful sloping lawn of one hundred yards to the road and which will be more beautiful and improved On the farm will be conducted a dairy a poultry interest and the cultivation of small fruits and vegetables wheat and corn to supply the home which is in u prosper- Â¬ ous condition with a moBt flattering future Mrs Katie Norton the faithful eflirieut matron will still be in charge Brother 0 W Hesson is to be congratu- Â¬ lated for his purchase and location of tho Lucile Home the pride of his heart and refuge an asylum for little orphans homeless waifs On my pleasant trip to Irvlngton several of my lady friends said to me We were so glad you wroje that article on girls that had to be bread winners kind helpful soul said One intelligent I read your article to my helpa worthy girl and she was uplifted by it I wish I could tell it from Askelon to Gatb repeat the story oer and oer that a refined good girl who makes a dress trims a bat or who can cook a luscious meal is just as much to be commended as the girl who can wield a Greek chisel play a Chopin Sonata or use tho brush and palletto The Idea is to do what and all you do well first class any com- Â¬ mon task is made divine by doing it divinely Emerson I believe said He thut desplseth small things will perish So wo can say by little and little eqally as truly that a girl who has to be a bread winner should observe small things to do them greatly to raise to real and lasting positions For Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ old News Tho pleasure Is as great today greater it Is my kindred spirit throuKU this medium I have made and HARDIN8BURQ Judge Board spent last Thursday at Kirk Miss Lizzie Harned has typhoid fever Mrs J A Witt was on the sick list last week Allen Dean of Owensboro wan in town last week Born to tho wlfo of Robt Mattingly Sent 6th a girl Mr Hiram Carlton of Roeetta is vis Â¬ iting Mrs J A Witt Dent Brown opened up his beef mar- Â¬ ket again lost Saturday Mrs Allen Rollens of Stophensport is visiting Mrs J AWitt Miss Fannie Hurst of Troy Ind is the guest of Mrs J H Logan The city fathers at their meeting last week lovled a dog tax of fifty cents Negro cake walks are on the boom In this place there is one nearly every SatÂ¬ urday night Mias Maggie Smith who was visiting in Owensboro during last week has re- Â¬ turned heme Thore has been a wheat cleaner in operation on one of the streets in town for several days Miss Mary Peyton of Falls of Rough was tho charming guest of Miss Allie Witt a few days lost week Tho district Teachers Association was They had held Iero last Saturday quiet an interesting program Art Goodman has commenced piking Louisville street Ho has the contract to pike three hundred yards Miss Eva Carlton of Rosetta who has been visiting Miss Allie Witt for the past week has returned homi Mits Alice Baker one of our most popular young ladles left last Wednes Â¬ day to attend college at KusselvlllH Mrs Sam Conrad and eon Shelby of Oloyerport were the guests of Mrs J H Logan last Saturday and Sunday Miss Allio Witt entertained a number of young people at her home on Sept 3rd in honor of her guest Miss Carlton The number of cases of typhoid fever through the country are rapidly decreas Â¬ ing about two or three cases are all that remain For your wheat use special soluble I bone and fine ground bone This is Curries brand of goods and is for Bale by Haynes Bros Harned Ky Fine clothing and shoes good wear and comfortable fit you will find at the kept warmest friends OUR LINES ARE Clothing Hats and Fur- Â¬ nishings Boys Shoes for Every- Â¬ body cant come for Men and Snd a mall order funded on request Respectfully if you Money always re Â¬ LEVY BROS Third and Market Louisville Ky Breckenridge f8 News 14 WEDNESDAY SEPT 1898 BRANDENBURG D W Lewis is off for thirty days on a business trip Brandenburg Normal will open next Monday Sept 10th Mrs Robinson of Wolf Creek is visit Â¬ ing her brother J R Trent Miss Enla Jones is at her grand mothers Mrs Wra Sanders Miss Allie Reid is at home alter a months stay in New Albany Mr and Mrs W D Howard spent several days in Louisville last week Miss Ethel King gave a most pleasant entertainment last Saturday evening Each heart demands the substantial sympathy and communion of a kindred spirit Mrs W F Orlnnell was on the sick list fqr the last week but is much improved a very Miss Little of Owensboro pleasant young lady is a visitor of Miss Fearle Wimp Miss Annie Bondurant lias returned from an enjoyable stay in Louisville and New Albany Father Whaln preached last Sunday and bad instruction in the afternoon for the children Mrs R H Brashi ar has been in Louis ville several days She will returu to Owensboro this week If nothing prevents I will be in Irving ton next Sunday with Brother Hesson to od the guest of Mrs R M Jolly Some lives are the more pathetically beautiful by reason of their failure to attain the summit of their hopes Mr and Mrs D M Duncan are in Oloverport with that fine lusty boy to see his grandparents audother relatives Will Smith of Denver Colorado is with his aunt Mrs R II Nevltt Will is in Kentucky to attend the Louisville Medical College Mrs Hattle Grlnnell has an elegant Kurtiman piano and a fine class Write to her for a teachers course Board and t u J Green Flao Bargain Store Hardinsburg Ky Cashier Morris Beard and wifo return- Â¬ ed last week from their visit to Utah Mr Beard Bays his health is much improved The marriage of Dr Forrest Llghtfoot Jr of Hawesvllle Ky and Miss Eliza- Â¬ beth Miller has been announced to take place Oct 5th For your wheat use special soluble bone and fine pround bone This is Curries brand of goods and is for sale by Haynes Bros Harned Ky If you want a 22 00 suit of clothes for 1350 go to the Â¬ Green Flao Bargain Store Hardinsburg Ky Robt Mattingly the king of the beef market was made happy Tuesday morn- Â¬ ing by the arrival of a bouncing girl baby at his house For your wheat use special soluble bone and fine ground bone This is Cur- Â¬ ries brand of goods and Is for sale by Haynes Bros Harned Ky There will be an all day Elders and Deacons meeting of the Presbyterians out at Ephesus church on Saturday before the third Sunday in this month Basket dinner on the grounds Try our Ladies Battle Ax Shoe the best in the market also our Mens Han Â¬ cock 175 Cant be beat for the money There It no great no tmall To the tout that makcth all i tuition reasonable Mrs D S Richardson and children are spending this week in Louisville Mr Richardson of the Arcade is in Cincinnati for fall goods UmIss Lillian Rhodes is at home from a delightful visit in Breckenridge Mica Mayme DeHaven of Clovernort will to her guest in the near future Orla Green of Louisville was a guest of Mrs Blanche Fontaine last week It has been seven years since Orla was on the old stamping ground and he enjoyed Every girl cannot be an artista teacher a musician a type writer or a book- Â¬ keeper Why then if sho is qualified to do light house keeping in somo ladys beautifully kept home free from tempta- Â¬ tion away from carking care and lonely hours should she be ostracised if she tills that position honorably and accepta- Â¬ No fairys wand will bring a girl bly substantial aid hut wise interest worthy purposes unselfish motives and a pure heart will crown her queen in any line of work she may choose Let no girl who has met with reverses or who feels that necessity compels her to choose such an Revocation be humiliat- Â¬ ed Green Flao Baroain Store Hardinsburg Ky There was a small fire out at Harneds Station one day last week A black- Â¬ smith shop and a small dwelling owned by il r Glasscock was burned We un- Â¬ derstand the property was insured for seven hundred dollars Allen Dean of Owensboro was here one day last week on legal business It was rumored that Mr Dean was investi Â¬ gating the sale ot the AlansonMooreman farm The heirs claim that the first Bale by Mooreman and his wife was ilÂ¬ legal GARFIELD it Charley Coleman and Hugh Green have purchased two very fine biood hounds which particular species always reminds rne of Uncle Toms Cabin and which I cordially abominate Miss Watbena Hamilton will leave for Kentucky College Peweo Valley this week She is a bright studious intelli Â¬ gent young gir ami I am glad of this opportunity to climb higher Mrs Ed Yeakel has one of the most elegant upright Kurtzmaus Ive ever seen Hu Yeakel bought from Mr Nixon She has one of Hall of Smith the very prettiest homes in Branden Â¬ burg which la exquisitely kept The piano aeeords Mm Maydee Posey has had a pleasant She hai also bad a trip to CinciBBattl trip given her up the rlvr by the mem Â¬ bers of the Ferncllffe Boatiug Club Maydee M a favorite wherever alio is kaawa She foald bat fail to make a cfewroUg knpfecaiea by her sweet per aaaXr Seaaabody has said that of all the blUer awl heavy things in this sorry old world the sot being necessary is the bitterest aad heaviest Im wra oft tines soma of m most of n wiah we were wtt ajalte so nncasoar and at last I leeaaa H law be a great pkaawra to qUmh linnninmn aad wetr5 ami we wonderfully mUmd when off of duty The golden rod nodding in the au Â¬ tumn bretiaa Naiad mm thai jat nve yM ago I took up y pa lor too daw Mr Wm Macy was here Friday Mr Dempster Morris went to Irving ton Monday Miss Lena Denton will teach the Free Â¬ dom school Dr H Basham of OweuBboro was here last week Miss Essie Bruner lies returnedto her home at Ekron Mlaa Katie B aid spent list Sunday at the Tar Springs Farmers are busy cutting tobacco and preparing ground for wheat Bl r and Mrs Tom Gregory their daugh ter and baby boy spent Sunday with us Mr Gray an agent for pianos and or- Â¬ gans is etopplug lu our town for a few weeks Mr lohn Meudor of Big Spring was here last week aud purchased a lot of fat cattle Several of our young people attended the Ice cream supper at RossetU Satur Â¬ day night Publlo school opened here laat Mon day with very good attendance Warnle Macy teacher Miaaea Nannie and Katie Board return Â¬ ed home hut week after a plMMtnt vWt with friends at Big Springe and Irving ion Mr Kthal Mooman and chUdraa of Hawed Mm MaraMt Beard and Jawgh tor So of pig Mptisfs and Mm Oat Millar wwa vUUom lit oar vtataiajr last waak yoaag btotbor Max will go to Hawaa- - The first trained nurso brought to town by Owen Cunningham She came from Louisville and is nursing MrCunniDgbams little girl whom he feared was going into a spell of typhoid fever The child la rapidly improving however Table oil cloth 15c a yard Good linen window shades 25c Toweling 5c a yard Cannelton Hooeler factory 4c a yard by the bolt Mens Suspenders 10c a pair Gbkkn Flao Bargain Store Hardinsburg Ky Mrs R N Miller entertained a num ber of young pcope in honor of her guest Miss McAteer last Thursday even Â¬ Mr and ing Those present were Mrs S A Pate Misses Eva Hensley Hattle May Fannie Hearst Beasle Lo Â¬ Beetle Beard gan Annie DeJarnette aud Katie Eskridge Messrs J P H as well Jr T W Bowmer S Ball O F Cashinan and Herbert Beard First class Bacon 71c per lb 12 bars of everybodlea soap for 25c 2 lbs soda for 5c Diamond Axle Grease 5c a box 2 pint cups for 5c Grekn Flao Babgain Store Hardinsburg Ky Green Flag Bargain Store will be The ekaed next Saturday on st asast of a JewMi holiday The Baker Bros have observed tba day for many years and on next Saturday tbty wll do no bmlasas Tbolr ate at HawoavllW will bo oloted was employed ville Friday night and spend the day Monday tho 12th in District No 40 near Burns there with their mother COLLKOE NOTES James Armstrong Is visiting at Sam- Â¬ The opening of tho B N O was a suc- ple cess in every particular The Rev Rutledge preachod in Glon J Carl Llmo olToblnsport lnd was deane Sunday night Sidney Owens attended teachers asso Â¬ a visitor at the B N O last week Mies Besse Logan of Troy Ind will ciation at Hardinsburg Saturday Mr and Mrs Davo Howard near Rock attend one month of school before going to take charge of her school vale were guests at Howard Sunday Miss Mary Macer of Fordsvllle will Mrs Johnnie Mattingly Is at home attend collegi for n year Forty others after a week of visiting in Owensboro In the county should follow her praise Â¬ With a newly whitewashed fence coal worthy example house etc Utopia shows to n better ad Â¬ vantage YfcLLOW LAKE A flourishing literary society pro- Â¬ gresses at Rockvale under tho guidance Mr Charles Plligood is tick with of Styles Howard Mr Moee LeGrand and a Mr Spring measles gate both of Hardin county are visiting Mr Roll Fraize is suffering with a ca- Â¬ Mr Ashly and others tarrh on his baud Miss Mary Peyton has returned to her Mrs Horace Hunter is visiting her son homo at the Falls of Rough She spent Thomas at Leltchfield several weeks at Bewleyville Born Sept to the wife of Mr Mr Arnold McCarty of Fordsvllle Bob Parsons a daughter HebeginBhis second was here Friday How enjoyable are these cool bright year in medical school in a week or two days quite a change from last week Mr Charley Robertson while riding Dr R II McMullin went to Cincin- Â¬ lost week had a horee to fall with him nati last week to the G A R encamp- Â¬ He thinks a rib or two are broken from ment the fall Dr Hart is erecting a large substan Â¬ In a very recent gamo of base hall be- Â¬ tial gralnery almost opposito his dwell Â¬ tween the Glcudeaue aud McDaniels ing on Main Btreet boys the latter were defeated by thirty Mr Chester Rhodes Is nnable to stay odd to four in the store this woek and suffering Mr Low Deckor and family of Shrews considerably with his lame ankle berry Grayson oouuty visited at Louis Mr and Mrs McMullin of Roberts Aside s and at the homes of other rela- Â¬ Henderson county are spending some tives here last week time with their sou Dr R II McMul- Â¬ Misso Julia and Lula Rhodes of Mc lin Dauiels aud Miss Goff of Owensboro Mr Fred Cannon returned Wednes Â¬ were the guests of Miss Alma Mattingly day from a pleasant visit with his cous- Â¬ one night last week ins Misses Maggie and Lona Rhode of Bernard Robards and Mack Peyton Irvlngton have enjoyable healthful rides from the Miss Flora Pryor of Grayson county Falls ot Rough and return these fine and Mr Bob Purcell of this place were days They are Utopia students quietly married at Little Cllfty church Miss Nellie Moorman Goshens effi- Â¬ last Sunday night cient organist is pursuing Latin and Miss Maggie Mattingly and Mr Frank making a specialty of music this winter Rhodes attended church at Hardinsburg Miss Amanda Deane is tier music teacher last Sunday and dined with Misses Ella Vennie Moorman is at home alter a and Monica Teaff two weeks absence operating a road Mr Vennio Moorman of Glendean machine He returns a pralslng the was at McDaniels Wednesday making good people of McDaniels where he has preparations to do some moro of his nice been grading on our roads Jesse L Owen and son have made a News came to Mrs Frank Rhodes splendid purchase of 100 head of cattle last week that her brother Lewis Hack averaging over 1000 lbs each of an ley had died very suddenly at West Ohio county man Thoy bring them Clifty Grayson county home tills week Mr Lonnie Glasscock wifo and little I have for sale in Glendeaue one house children wont to Hardin county last and lot well fixed well improved will Wednesday to visit relatives and attend sell cheap too Btnall lor my business anyone wish to purchase come and see the Elizabetbtown fair Re pectfully J H Brown Miss Maggie Rhodes visited the family of Mr Jim Rhodes last Wednesday Jeff Owens the whole souled hustler and attended the Pumphrey Bradloy re- Â¬ who can sell more goods and please his ception at Mr Lon Bradleys customers better than anyone believes The McDaniols little base ball club unlets hes watched him says trade is good and that customers pour in from have been sorter down In the mouth since they went over on Long Lick to everywhere play the Jewels creek boys last Sunday Julian Brown was on his farm a part Invitations are extended to the rela- Â¬ of last week Julian is a successful tions of Mr Tom Rhodes in this vi- Â¬ farmer and has unusually fine crops of cinity to attend the hop to be given at tobacco and corn this season Mr Chas his commodious homo near Leltchfield Phillips has charge of his farm and Mr Phillips is a fine tobacco raiser next Saturday afternoon School has opened most auspiciously Mrs Mary Akets and family of Har- Â¬ din county were expected at her fath- Â¬ Organization classification and facilities ers Mr Frank Rhodes last week but are superior to anything else in its his- Â¬ on account of herself and two children tory Our best year has begun and both being ill with fever her visit was de- Â¬ pupils and teachers are so working that theyll feel no Bhame to hear themselves layed Miss Lydia Gough who has been judged by the fruits of their own labors visiting at Mr John Rhodes for the A number of tho young men of thia past three weeks returned to her home neighborhood will likely make petition in Owensboro last Tuesday leaving at once for a county road straight and many warm friends behind to remem- Â¬ smooth enough to travel at all hours It ber her kindly and hope her visit may must run from Glendeane direct to soon be repeated in the near future Shrewsberrya school bouse near Buras Tho sighing wind as it rustles through Particulars as soon as they get the move- Â¬ the golden corn and the song of the ment pronerly on foot plaintive cricket hid away reminds one A Neport News photographor sent Mr that autumn is very near that loved and Mrs W R Moorman somo photo- Â¬ season when we can revel in the mellow graphs last week made from a sitting sunshine amid her rich hues and falling just before their sou embarked for Porto leaves and enjoy with the birda and Rico a few weeks ago It the artist does tqulrrels the delicious nuts and grapes faithful work army life must agree with of the forest Henry His face looks fu ler and alto- Â¬ Miss Nettie Pumphrev of West View gether its a handsome picture of one ot and Mr Joe Tom Bradley ot McDaniels Glendeanea most pouulnr boys were married Sept 7th at 10 oclock a Farmers Boy m at the home of the bride Rev Jim Young men who have fall work to do Galloway officiating Mies Eula Pum phrey bridesmaid and Mr Tom Butler before starting into school will find it to groomsman The bride is the fair daugh Â¬ their advantage to attend Prof Crabbes ter of Mr Dick Fumphrey West View school at Irvlngton Ky which will not and the groom is the son of Mr Lon open before the first Monday in Oct Biadiey and well beliked by all his Thore no one will have a months start friends here Immediately after the of you as would be the case in any other ceremony the bridal party left for Mr school Bradleys where dinner and refreshments rich and rare were served and the FALLS OF ROUGH immediate relations and friends had as Â¬ sembled causing the day to pass very Mrs Head is expecting several visitors pleasantly with all parties concerned Saturday Miss Mabel Ohamlilltts nUurned from Better Than 16 to I Fordsvllle Monday II you wish to give your son or daugh- Â¬ Robert Ohambllss n turned from ter a good education send them to Prof Macksville last week Crabbe and wifo at Irvlngton Ky Tom Butler of Shrove lias just finish Â¬ ed a largo stock barn GLENDEANE Lonnie Mathews has found n new sweetheart at Short Creek Thos Moore of McDaniels was here Charlie Stone ot Chlctgi is the gu et Saturday of his parents tor a few weeks Allen Deane of Owensboro was here Sam Major a hero of the war is a a few dava last week guest of his uncle Col Green Henry Moorman Sr is recovering Little Mlaa Kate Low and tier little from a severe case of typhoid friend have returned to Louisville Mm Julian Brown is np after a con Â¬ David Ciiambliss filled his appoint- Â¬ siderable spell of tvphold fever ment at Mr John Eskrldges Sunday Misses Mary and Nellie Moorman Henry Moorman we regret to hear spent Sunday with Mrs Dick Owen has typhoid fever but sincerely hope he Miss Amanda Deane returned Satur Â¬ may soon recover day alter ten days spent In Oloverport Mrs J W Meadow and father Mr T Mr Aaron Stone of Grayson county Herndon were guests of Mr and Mis h vlaiting hU sister Mrs Perry Hoaklns Frank Wednesday Bill Bosiitb has sold to Kilt Fentress Jess Moeraaa Gen Grant of lat years writing la satiating Dick Owen in his intereot in the crop of Mrs John stock drivlBg this week Hunters ftrm near bore Mlaa May Moorman who has ben Mack Peyton aad Bernard Robards at Â¬ spending soma time with relatives a the tend seaool at Glendeane they make oounlry has returatd to town the trip dally oa horee back Stanley Mattingly roporUd alok loot FameM om preparing to bow a larger week U ablo to apood tbta week ia vloit wheat orop tsaa evw before Every Â¬ body is bttty oatting up eora ia at Wost View aad HardlaaUuig Mias Moaaa Hiustor1 aobooi baaaa Mm Mary Poytoa has roturaod boom Â¬ Â¬ 1 Dewey Americanizing the Philippines Wherever Battle Ax goes it pacifies and satisfies everybody and there are more men chewing RatfiiMfe PLUG to day than any other chewing tobacco ever made The popularity of Battle Ax is both national and international You find jt in Europe you find it in Maine you find it in India and youll Jind it in Spain very soon Our soldiers and sailors have already taken it to Are you chewing it Cuba and the Philippines m 9 Remember the name you after a prolonged and most enjoyable visit among frionds and relatives plain that they should not need an ex Â¬ planation but come to mo and I will try to correct any wrong or mistake I may Mad Franks little boy died Sept Oth if do after n long and severe illness Tho have made but be assured mistakes is burial took place Saturday at Union occur it unintentional Cbuplo cemetery FALL RACES Bro Miller and wife Mrs Henry Chambliss Mrs M W Stone Mrs John Louisville Will Have a Fine Meet This Eskridge and Mrs Sue Mercur were Season guests of Mrs V II Chambliss Tuesday I have made a few bluuders and mis Â¬ What promises to he the best race of takes in my items lately but I hope my friends will pardon me if their names 1898 will bo trotted at Louisville on Tues Â¬ happened to get in somewhere where day September 27 In the Douglas they they did not belong far it was un- Â¬ Stake worth 5000 to the winner the Di Â¬ intentional on my part tud a little mis following horses have been named take in printing I do the best I can rectum Kolly 208J Nico 209J John Diono 209t j the ugh mistakes will occur itseuma they Nolon 2091 Jupe 210 Battleton 200 Mattie Patterson 209 are unavoidable Car We were blessed with a generous down Askey 209j Stamboulette 21GJ Grattan Boy 210J Sir pour of rain last week which greatly re- calla 210J Belle J 211 Querist vived the withering vegetation A chill Â¬ Charles 212 This is the ing blast from the north heruldB the near 212inml Pilalne 214J approach ot frost that bitter enemy to greatest field of horses that over faced green leaves and fields though we hope tlio starter and will be the greatest race tho genial rays of the life giving sun may ever trotted in America The railroads stay his appproach a little longer on entering Louisville have recognized the account of those nice green tomatoes we importance of the Louisville meeting and liaye granted a rate of one fare for see in everyones garden the round trip tickets going on sale 1 am surprised that any of the girls Monday September 2G 1 here should have taken what said about summer flirtation to themselves SOLD THEIR WHEAT for it was only a little innocent joke meant for a pretty city girl and her gallant lover The young lady hail re Farmers Let Go and the Millers Stocked Up turned home as stated in my items Now you know you do not live in the city While a few of the farmers in this secÂ¬ and your courtship is not as everyone tion Bhow a disposition to hold their knows a mere summer flirtation bo why wheat the majority of them are letting take it to yourself In tho expression go the citys dissipation merely means the Oelz9 Co tho Cloverport millers persult of pleasure I meant no insult to have bought all the wheat they need anyone I am sorry that people are so and it is understood that all the other careless that they bIiouIJ so misunder Â¬ mills In this section are stocked up with stand the meaning of a word in a para Â¬ grain graph with a meaning so plainly express Â¬ Most of the larger wheat growers ot ed even though the publisher had made Breckenridge county have shipped their a mistake and connected it with au item wheat to Louisville there to be held in to which its meaning had no connection storage for a higher price at the eleva- Â¬ It is not my intention to be personal tors unless it is just a little Innocont fun It is estimated that at least 20 per And as I have said before it you dont cent more land will be put lu wheat this think tho shoe would fit you dont put it jutr than last on for it is not for you but if it fits wear Caid of Thanks it and dont grumble But if you musi grumble please come to me personally We desire to thank our friends and and I will pour the Balm of Gilead over brethren for their kind and iaithful as Â¬ your milled feelings It la too much sistance and sympathy rendered during trouble and bother for me to hunt you the Bickneea and death of our little boy W V Pkkkins and Wifk up and explain away thing which are bo Hubert Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ C9 buy again f King In the Ring out the old Blag out the false Ring in the true We bring to you the new and true from tho plney forests of Norway hv DR BELLS Pine-Tar-Honey Natures most natural remedy Improved by science to a Positive Cure for coughs colds and all Inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes The sore weary cough worn Lungs are exhila Â¬ rated the microbe bearing mucus is cut out j the cause of that tickling U removed and the laflamed membranes aro healed and soothed sottut then la no inclination to cough SOLD Y ALLaOOB PcasanrPenaacaf hHtlilMllukjKiai IAMMYCA MUI u MkMlfilma auk WAVZX hni Earn It It ft Battles Only C 2Ca SO BRUITS ami SURE YOU GET nM-Ttr-Ntn- ty 10 SIsm r kNt V 4 Breckenridge News no D PHEl BRBIQKEINRIPQEI NBW8 OlxOYERPORT - i kV 0 Btlge Edltori tad Prtprlitri 14 WEDNESDAY SEPT 1898 EIGHT PAGES When Ague Shakes you you can shako tho Ague by using AYERS AGUE CUBE It ia tho one certain and infallible euro for that depleting disease It haa been tried in many countries and under various conditions and has never been known to fail An old veteran THIS WEEK IN THE WORLDS HISTORY j Current Events That will be Indelibly Interested upon the Annals of Time Compiled for News Readers I 9 r 1Y CARD OF THANKS -- THE DREYFUS DRAMA The Dreyfus case is a great tragic drama fashioned In tho mold of tho godr The plot developea with majestic forco and unerring stroke It Is full of human dynamics In the first act the curtain fell upon the degradation and imprisonment pun shmoiit worso than death of Capt Dreyfus the victim of a diabolical conspiracy and the subject o race Hatred a uevoteu wile consecrated her life to his cause In September 1894 a bordereau or memorandum showing that French military secrets wero being betrayed to a foreign power and which was bald to have been found at tho German Embassy was taken to tho French War office This bor- Â¬ dereau ran as follows Sir though I have no news indicating that you desire to see me nevertheless I am sending to you some Interesting bits of information 1 A note on tho hydraulic break of the 120 and on tho way in which this piece behaved 2 A note on tho covering troops some modifications will be entailed by tho new plan 3 A note on a modification in artillery formations A A note relative to Madagascar 5 The project of a firing manual for field artillery March 14 181M The last document is extremely difficult to procure and I can only havo it at my disposal during a very few days The Minister of War has sent a limited number of copies to the several corps and these corps are responsible for its return eacli officer in possession of one to return It alter the maneuvers If then vou would like to tako out of it whatever interests you and hold It afterward at my dis-Â¬ posal I will take it Unless Indeed you would like mo to have it copied in extenso and then address to you the copy I am just off to the maneuvers At this time there was attached to the military staff a Hebrew officer Alfred Dreyfus son of a wealthy manufacturer at Mulhausen in Alsare This officer together with his three brothers elected after the war of 1870 to remain French subjects Alfred Dreyfus showed considerable ability was a hard worker and was then already tho father of two little children to whoso mother he was devotedly attached The French authorltlep having secured possession of the bordereau opened an Inquiry to discover its author Commandant du Patey de Clam discovered in it a resemblance to the handwriting of Dreyfus In the next act was the sacrifice of the friends of the victim and the advocates of justice The brave and brilliant Zola Col Picquart and a few other fearless Frenchmen in whom the love of justice prevailed over all other passions were broken at the wheel In the contest greed lust bate prejudice raged against justice and love The evil eloments triumphed The good were cast down Dreyfus was arrested tried in camera and sentenced to imprisonment for life and degradation from all military rank and honors His degradation which took place at the Ecole Militalro Paris on January 5 1895 was witnessed by 3000 troops and was as complete as is known to the prac- Â¬ tice of military law The insigna of rank the badges of his profession were torn fiom his coat and cap even the stripes were torn frrm tils trousers by the Adjutant and his sword was broken in two Dreyfus protested thast he was innocent and said In three years the truth will be known and the Minister himself will take my part Before the degradation he was asked by Captain Lebrun in whose charge he was placed at the Ecolo Militalro whether he had ever thought of suicide He confessed that he had thought of it on the day of his condemnation but that sub- Â¬ sequent reflection convinced him that being absolutely gulltness he had no right to take his own life in three years he was certain justice would be done him He was then sentenced to serve a life sentence in an iron cage on Devils Island a lonely rock In the son off tho South American coast of French Guinea No living person is allowed to Bee him and even his guards cannot talk to him under pain of being shot to death Two years have passed and tho curtain is up on another act The mills of the gods are grinding Relentless fate pursues the conspirators Col Henry tool of the conspirators and forger of evidence overwhelmed by remorse confesses and destroys himself Gen Boisdeflre chief conspirator who had slain honor and justice on the altar of lust is slipping into the shadow of ven Â¬ geance Col Esterhazy master of villainy pales and trembles on the verge of doom An unjust government stained in Cabinet court and army with crimes against justice is shaken to its foundations The catastrophe approaches It is a thrilling drama with the civilized world as an audience watching its development witli intense interest It mourned the fate of Dreyfus grieved with his devoted wife and execrated the sacrifice of the friends of justice It rejoices at the stroke of fate which reverses the situation It awaits tho denouement with joyful expectaticy Full atonement for the crime seems impossible But the triumph of justice will be worth much as a moral lesson France will have a needed warning The liberation of Dreyfus will at least vindicate his honor if it does not compensate htm from his sufferings - - The prisoner on Devils Island seoms to bo raising old Ned in Franco John Younci Brown to the guberna- Â¬ torial nomination Barkis ia wlllln In playing Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde Secretary Alger is giving a star perform- Â¬ ance Tux war with Spain developed the fact that rebel brigadier generals make the best kind of Yankees Crops are so large in Breckenridge this year that this county will havo to do somo expanding on her own heok to provide storage room Wiikv Dewey becomes a man of peace and has no further use for the swords that have been presented to him he can start n pruning hook factory writes Yon may be interested to know my ex Â¬ perience many years ago with Ayers Ague Cure The year before the war I was la Kansas Some twenty of us wero engaged ia fanning and suddenly all were taken with fever and agno We tried almost everything without getting any help till at last I sent to the city and procured a bottle of Ayers Ague Curo I recovered at once The others fol-Â¬ lowed my example and they too recovered Every one In camp took the remedy and was cured by it I went all through the war have lived in thirteen different states of the Union and have never had the ague since O B SUTTH St Augustine FU n n ii V I i ii ii If Aguinaldo forces Uuclo Sam to take summary means to quell the insurgents in the Phllllplnee hell wish after it is over that he could provo an alibi This war cost Spain 1374000000 She is now repining because she went into it If Spains foresight were as good as ber hindsight she would be in no dan ger of being wiped off the map When murder trials in Kentucky re- suit in tho hanging of the guilty mur- derors Instead of the juries law and hu- man life will be more highly respected and valued in this commonwealth Theroa only ono thing to go t for aguo cei AYERS t our thanks to the people of Breckenridge and surrounding counties for Iho very liberal patrormgo llioy havo accorded us during tho past year Each week finds us doing a larger busi Â¬ ngs than tho preceding one and we realizo that tho increaso ia tho beet compliment that can bo bestowed upon us Wo now know that tho publio appreciates our way of doing business It is fa Â¬ miliar with the fact that wo sell goods for CASH and at ONE PRICE THAT PRICE THE VERY LOWEST THAT CAN BE MADE when tho quality of goods is taken into consideration Wo aro not hore for a day or a year Wo are horo to stay per- Â¬ manently Wo want to do business and to do business wo must not only be honest but liberal with our customers Our methods combino both theso elements Wo soil goods on tho quick pales and small profits plan We do everything wo promio Tho splondid support wo havo received loads us to beliovc that tho peoplo havo confidence in us If it wero not so wo would not now bo oDjoying tho succcps wo are Wo are going to bo as liberal with tho public as it is with us and wo meeting with mako this special offer ALL SUMMER GOODS NOW IN STOCK WILL BE SOLD AT LESS THAN COST WE AGAIN THANK THE LADIES AND GENTLEMEN WHO TRADE AT THE FAIR FOR THEIR HEARTY CO OPERATION WITH US It is evidenco of tho fact that tho intelligent purchasers appreciate LIBERALITY AND HONESTY in business and thoy will givo it hearty support wherever they find it Wo take this opportunity to announco that our magnificent stock of fall goods will bo displayed on our counters in a week or ten days and low prices will prevail Again extending our hearty and sincero thanks for your splendid patronage Wo aro Yours Respectfully wo porform in extending It iB Indeed a very pleasant duty that 5 its 1 Ague cure Â¬ Cloverport Ky Sept 14 1898 THE FAIR Clovorports Leading Ono Price Store I 0 question of money is nothing when a vital principle is involved This will probably settle for a time at least a matter over which there has been a great deal of unnecessary comment The M Church south is a great institution the business affairs of which are The blood of Christians is being spilled conducted by able and conscientious in Crete by the Turks Were it not for men They will not of course suffer anything to transpire that would put a the discords in the concert of the Powers the Cretan question would have blot or a stain upon its magnificent his been settled long ago without bloodshed tory FUTURE OF THE NEQ 110 RACE Captain James G Blaine has been DiecussiNO the death rate of whites deprived of bis commission because of and blacks in this country the Now drunkenness on duty at Manila The York Medical Times says burden of his fathers name with his In this connection the mortuary reother load was too great for him to ports of some of our cities are of marked carry interest In March 1S0S the death Gen Oabsiub M Clay was granted ab- rates for whites in Baltimore was 1 to solute divorce from his child wife and 85J j for negroes 1 to 385 In Nashville she is restored to her maiden name for the month of March the death rate for the whites was 1 to 865 for negroes Verily marriage Dora Rlchardton 1 to 480 Statistics of other cities with a the December and May prince and peaslarge colored population show similar re-Â¬ ant kind is h failure sults It is a question whether notwith Â¬ Tiih Republicans of the Second dis Â¬ standing all the efforts which are being trict are fighting among themselves like made to improve the condition of the Kilkenney nits The furjis Hying in all colored race by education and facilities directions but the closest observer fails for remunerative labor the colored race to identify any of the pieces as belong Â¬ as a race in the United States is doomed by the working of a natural law to such ing to George W Jolly a diminution of its number that like the North American Indians in timo only n Acting upon the demand of Englandi vestige will be left the Emperor of China has stripped Li In the present crisis when the ques- Â¬ Hung Chang of his yellow jacket and tion of protection to the islands we are three eyed peacock feather According setting free from a despotism which has to last reports Russia is making frantic shown no improvement since the Middle efforts to save his porus plaster Ages is troubling the minds of our states men may not the solution be found in He may be good at heart who Is contented with the adaptability of the negro for active hit let Who lint always fretting for the things he hasnt service in the tropical regions of the cot West Indies and the Philippines as a Hut he is never one of those who win the worlds soldier There are now in this country acclaim And when he dies the papers ule small type to i000000 colored people and in our army 5000 negro troops who have shown print his name their bravery in Indian wars and who Fou the benefit of the Owensboro Mes Â¬ are immune to yellow fever There are senger and other papers that erroneously no braver men than trained negroes call the L II The and under white officers whom they are St L R It Texas we call their attention to the accustomed to respect none who would fact that it is now The Henderson do better work in the tropical regions Route The name was changed when which are coming under our control the road was reorganized and the papers Why not Increase the 6000 to 25000 that persist in calling it The Texas and with them garrison our new posses- Â¬ sions are not Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ KEEP THE PHILIPPINES The campaign of a hundred days is VICTORY OF OMDURMAN Eight or ten years ago Chinese Gordon with sublime faith entered the Sou- Â¬ dan with a small army of English Boldiers to conquer tho Mohammedan fanatic El Madhi who was slaughtering Christians and threatening to lead the Musalemans against the western world Gordon and his men were annihilated This week at the battle of Omdurman General Kichener at the head of an English army avenged Gordon The British hardly lost four hundred men but reports say Officers have been counting the dervish bodies on the field and report the total number of dead found as about 10800 From the number of wounded who have crawled to the river andtown it is estimated that 10000 were wounded Be Â¬ sides the above between 300 and 400 dervishes were killed in Omdurman when the town was taken I have as prisoners between 3000 and 4000 fighting men While this victory is one which belongs to English arms its result is one which belongs to the civilized world For oyer a thousand years North Africa has been benighted by the fanatical triumph of Mohammedanism Countries which were ouco the lights of Christianity were overrun the followers of the cross put to the sword and those who lived lived only in degradation and shame During that long period Mohammedanism has crushed and persecuted and borne down these unfortunate people until they have lost all semblance of their former nationality and all memory almost of the principles which had once made them of Import ance in tho world In the events which led to the appearance of the false prophet some years ago came the opportunity to strike the head of this fanaticism and to open the way for the re enlightenment of that vast region which had been so long in darkness The victory of Omdurman therefore becomes one which must be epochal In It ono of the last strong attempts of Mohammedanism to once more assert itself has been met and repulsed Its effects will be far reaching ponetrating even the sandy recesses of the des ertsas well as the fertile river valleys which run through Egypt Nubia Abyssinia and that entire stretch of country The cradle of the human race bids onco more to be opened to its most civilized representatives and a darkness which was so dense as to be almost impenetrable has been pierced by a ray of light which must continue until the unhappy past shall have beeu blotted out by the brilliance of the new sun of civilization Irvinciton is in a fair way to become an educational center of importance It possesses n class of people that are known far and near for their refinement and culture The new college that has been located there will be surrounded with ideal environments Prof Crabbe its principal is recognized as one of the leading educators in this state and his identity with the institution will give it a wonderful prestige from the start THE ARMY RA TION Starved to death i That is the verdict of the doctors who attended young Tif fany a youth of wealth who was bravo enough to go out with the Rough Riders and who lost his life In consequence over and already are signs multiplying that prosperity in what may be unpre- Â¬ cedented volume is coming for the f rtu nate citizens of the great republic Noth- Â¬ ing in history from the day on which Themletocles won the fight at Salamla to Nelsons victory of tho Nile furnishes n parallel in glorious achievement to the sea fights of Manila and Santiago nor has a progressive nation ever gained so timely and so magnificent a point dappui as is the Philippine archipelago con- Â¬ quered by Dewey at ono blow and with- Â¬ out the cost of a single life What ehall be done with that group of islands is still apparently undecided what is the duty of the Government iu regard to them seems to us as clear as the sun at noon of n cloudless day Through the superb audacity of a man whose name is already inscribed on the imperishable tablet of the Immortals these islands are ours absolutely and unquestionably and ve have Bismarcks authority for saying that the nation which voluntarily t e except under compulsion surrenders territory is a decaying nation The Philippines are ours none can compel us to yield the advantage gained or reasonably ask us to xlo so ergo we must keep them The markets of India are open to us and unless we are fools and let slip this wonderful opportunity to possess a splen- Â¬ did coign of vantage close to the shores of eastern Asia the teeming millions of the Middle Kingdom will soon buy largely of us One third of the human race within easy distance of us coaling stations on the road and Manila as the Hong Kong of Uncle Sams alert and keen merchant traders Think of it And then if you can without fierce an- Â¬ ger think of the little Americans who would have us forego the splendid chances given us by George Dewey and his glorious jackies Why to our mind the acquisition of the whole West Indian archipelago would be a small gain com- Â¬ pared to the ownership of that Philippine group all of it not omitting an islet with a surface of one acre with such stupendous possibilities as would be opened up by Its possession Insurance Advocate Â¬ 1 our memories that Meade Breckenridge and Hancock sent a Republican to the state senate and that too in preference to a staunch sllverite a nice clever gentleman by the way But Populist thunder did not avail there again No Mr Duncan the Hon Dave Smith has not got a walkover in this race and the nicer and smoother you keep yourself the better it will be for David espe- Â¬ cially in this neck of the woods for the Hon Charles is well known Laying aside his Republican politics bo is all O K Another thing that is pretty well known Another David should have been our Congressman if justice had been done in the convention that gave Mr Smith the nomination Now Mr Mes Â¬ senger with all your ranting about free silver and Bryan you surely are not grepn eiough to think the Democrats will again repeat the mistake of fW Should they do so 1 venture to predict that the Bryan vote will fall short more than a million votes You are getting behind the times You will have to get Into a new band wagon in 1000 Expan siou cr non expansion I guess youll not say which you are until you find out which will bring you the most subscrib Â¬ ers the same as you did on the money question Now Mr Messenger I dont blame you It was simply a question of bread or no bread with you If you had held to and advocated your honest opin- Â¬ ions on the money question you would not now be running a paper in old Meade county Comcobdia Democrat HORSB TALK Market Steadily Advancing Size Wanted dood For years the standard of the market for horses has boon steadily advancing It takes a bettor horse nowadays to be called a good one than ever before He must have more quality more style and above all more size than ever The last is especially important in the opinion of the National Stockman A horse must be of good size for his class to bring a good price A little draft horse isachunk and maybe a poor one at that A small driver is not wanted by men who can afford to pay good prices for driving horses and is too small to work If a man is breeding drivers to sell he must get the size He cannot afford to risk getting extreme speed one timo and los- Â¬ ing the other things nino limes He must breed for quality Btyle and size and all the speel he can add thereto will profit him But a farmer cannot afford to breed small horses on tho chance bt getting speed for too often he doesnt get it or doesnt know when he has it Get them good and big and they will sell Heres Your Chance All the furniture for- ar THE WAR WITH SPAIN BE FAIR The Board of Public Works of Louis Â¬ ville is advertising forbids for laying as Â¬ phalt streets In that city under the new specifications There is more than a suspicion that the changes in the specifications were made for effect and that they do not lift the boycott on Keutucky rock as Â¬ phalt It is b case where the changes have not been made in the spirit and as there is no sincerity in It the changes ran not be helpful to our product All that Breckenridge county has con Â¬ tended for all along is justice and fair play It asks no favors of the Louisville Board of Public Works It does ask that it be granted the same opportunities that are actwrded it competitors Only this and nothing more Please gentlemen of the Board of Works be just be fair A JUST CLAIM The bishops of the M K Church south have proposed on stated conditions to take proper steps to have tendered back to the United States Government the money appropriated in payment of the war clams about which bo much was written a short time ago They still affirm however that It ia a just claim and one that should have been paid years ago But they say they could not consent for the church to retain the money if either bouse of Congress af Â¬ firmed that it was appropriated on misÂ¬ leading statement of any of the churchs representatives Bishop Galloway says I Tub Turks are butchering Christiana EMPRESS ASSASINATED There has never been the slightest pos- - by the hundred Is Crtte They killed alblllty of the churchs failure to do ab-- j the British consul Now Empress Elizabeth of Austria was aasasslaatod Saturday John Ball Geneva Swllw- soluUly right In the whole matter The get oa bh ear land by an Italian anarchist aaBaad Lwgial Ha baa bM arrested says the Atlanta Constitution Starved because he was not given the proper food Was it necessary Was not that life m well as many others needlessly sacrificed because of some- Â¬ bodys blunder If so who is responsible Who Is guilty Had this young soldier been given proper food and nourishment while un- Â¬ dergoing the ravages of fever his life would have been spared This country ia rich and there is not a man in it who begrudge the expenditure of whatever is necessary to tako proper care of the soldiers Was it red tape or was it In- Â¬ competency that took this life and the others Now come the members of the Pres idents Own regiment the Eight Ohio and charge that they too have been starved Who is to blame The imprt salon is strong among those who have undergone the experience of soldiering in the tropic and even those who wero compelled to camp 1 fe In Florida that the army ration Is to a great extent at fault These men claim that the food given the soldiers was ab- Â¬ solutely unsuited to the needs of the rntrn In such climates that the rations given out to them while It assuaged hunger furnished no nourishment and that in consequence the men were in no condition to stand the hardships of the campaign about Santiago Whether this theory Is correct or not we do not pretend to know We know however that this army rations Is an Â¬ other thing which should be investigated If lives have been lost which with or Â¬ dinary precaution could have been saved the country wants to know where the blame should be placed SECOND FALL OF LI HUNQ CHANQ News has Leeu received of the dismissal from office of LI Hung Chang who will probably be divested by the Emperor of China of that yellow jacket of which he was once before deprived at the time of the war with Japan Lis fall has been expected ever since it became known that Russia had finally backed down from tho aggressive position which she bad taken in Chinese matters and consented to a friendly compromise with England The compromise which is a distinct vic- Â¬ tory for Great Britian in the Orient and a set back for Russia has quite naturally been made at tho expense of China and siuce LI had attached himself to the for- Â¬ tunes of the Russians and made use of his power to throw in the lot of the Chinese Empire with the Muscovite bear rather than with the British lion be is naturally held responsible by bin countrymen and by his Emperor foi having Identified China with the weaker instead of the stronger of the two European rivals in the Orient Only a few weeks have elapsed since Sir Claude MacDcnald tho British Envoy at Pekln charged him to his face with being In the pay of Russia and of betraying his country to tho latter to which LI replied that he would Insist on MacDonalds recall He made a demand for tho latter but the only response that it received was a species of ultimatum presented to China calling for the removal from office of Li in consequence of his open enmity to Englands Interests at Pekln threats being made of British bombardment of the Taiku forts and an occupation of Tien Tein unless this was conceded As Russia did not see her way clear to support China In the matter and was neither ready nor disposed to embark upon war with Great Britain the Pekln Government has been obliged to give way and it is Sir Claud who carried the day and brought about the downfall of the famous statesmen known as the Bismarck of China LI Hung Changs alleged partiality to Ruwla culminated In Great Britain be Â¬ ing deprived of the contract for the Pekin Uankow Railroad the Russlaa Chlneae Bank being given financial control of the road AND DEMOCRATIC WHITEWASH Every Democratic convention held thus far this year has niven unqualified endorsement to the Chicago platform and to Bryan And yet some fellows persist in saying that the silver question is dead Meade County Messenger This is easily accounted for at this time It is the only hope the silverites have at the coming election of landing their Congressmen It is their only thunder No stolen thunder at that ono thought or expected the silverites would acknowledge their main great isÂ¬ sues dead just yet But should they still push silver and Bryan in 1000 they will then acknowledge that both are dead Issues Thoy know it now But like a drowning man grasping at a straw they know it is their last hope except onethe Goebel election returning board That may help them out In a pinch The Messenger is somewhat like the of- Â¬ fice seeker The shouting of free silver and Bryan means its bread and butter He dares uot express his own opinion The Messenger like some others only dropped into the free silver craze for popularity and patronage He was a sound money man and at heart Is yet hut he hsd to get into the free sliver hand wagon to save his bacon He still hurls epithets at the gold standard peo- Â¬ ple and at the Breckenridge News and I do not think he is making a single vote for Dave Smith or turning a single Republican vote away from the Hon Charles Blanford The Fourth Con Â¬ gressional district haa sent a Republican to Congress and that too In preference to as good an advocate of free silver as the Hon Dave Smith ever was Its true the Populists did It but who kuows but what they might use the same knife again and as the gold standard people are Ignored and apparently not wanted and with bo haven of their own they are not likely to be caught by the sarcastic cemaaeats of the Measesmr Some or then nay repeat their vote of 96 Tlie past k avidauee that be Fourth dlatrlat Is set inviaelbla aad it la yet fresh la POPULIST THUNDER uuba a helping hand to the oppressed and overtaxed there and as a gracious gilt It has conferred freedom on every soul in that struggling land Over and over again the loss of the Maine has been avenged It has raisad our moral stand Â¬ ard far above its former height and has pointed the finger o pride at our army and navy our national integrity and the bravery and heroism of our American soldiers But in the face of all this could we look into the saddened homes this war bos made could we but feel the deop anguish of the fond mother whose darling boy has lain down bis life for the freedom of others a willing victim of sacrifice on the altar of his country or hear the heart broken sobs of the girl who was left behind and know as the years come and go how deep the void in her heart may grow wo would fain exclaim 0 cruel warl Thou hast wrought but evil in this fair land of ours Too true But In that fair land of Cuba immeasurable good has been wrought Then let us all join and say God bless the brave hearted patriotic boys who have responded to their countrys call to put downSpanish tyranny and treach- Â¬ ery and make enlightenment for the ig- Â¬ norant Cubans possible And mothors sisters fathers brothers sweethearts relatives and friends as you sorrow oer your dead heroes let the knowledge that they shed their blood in the cause of humanity bravely upholding Old Glory be a consoling balm for your grief atricken hearts M K F Mooleyvill Ky Sept 7 1898 WALKING ASA TONIC The lack of propor outdoor exercise walking briskly and inhaling plenty of fresh air Is the cause of fully one half the Ills that feminine flesh Is belr to Walking which also means standing erect with sbolders thrown back lungs expanded and bead well poised is the beet tonlo that can be prescribed for ex Â¬ hausted brains weakened muscles aud tnreadbare nerves And appropriate dressing Is an Impor Â¬ tant Item in order to secure the fullest possible benefit To walk la tight shoes a snug fitting corset and trailing skirts la disastrous rather than beneficial to gnat grand and glorious wail It is holding out a morsel to the hungry in As the sun casts shadows in shedding light evon so this war must cause sor Â¬ row in bringing hope and freedom This merly used in the Heyser House con- Â¬ sisting of Beds Bed- Â¬ ding and househould goods of every des- Â¬ flS cription will he sold at from 30 to 50 per cent less than cost At private Sale Inquire of woaaaaklBd Clubwomen who have studied the situations prepare for their walks by doaalag blsyele skirts sbeft light jack Â¬ ets low healed square toed boots aad light hat The eorsat tight or toosa la wholly dtooawUd Dwrests Xaflaata Cloverport Ky WMifciitecaiaet ON YOUR LABBL IS A DAT i LaakatttawlsMlMwyaM ataml wKJi tMa Par iHsa I regard Ayera Cherry Pectoral as superior to eRjaoKmKCELiiDQm PERSONAL MENTION D Â¬ nrws OLOYHRPORT BULLITT TEACHERS KIT 5 f v a If Hovers was In Hondorson Thurs Pay Prof S E Hancock a Very High day Compliment George Short waa a visitor at Louisvlllo any cold or cough medicine made 1 liave wed It for year and am never without a Sunday At the Bullitt County Teachers Insti- Â¬ bottle la the house Will Livers Concordia waa in the city tute last week the following special reso J T COOKE Publisher Waynesboro Vn Sunday lutions were offered aud adopted by a Washington DC April 1 1898 uiianilous vote James T Skillmau visited at Sklllman Dr S Bllartman Columbus O Wiiehkas We the teachers of Bullitt Thursday Mr Dear Doctor It gives me county are deeply Interested In the E C Babbage went to Cannelton pleasure to certify to tho excellent cause of education and feel thatayinpathy Thursday enratlva qualities of your medicines and biotherhood for our folow teacher Miss Lulu Owen went to Stephensport IIALF SIZO DOTTLES 50c that would wish them success wherever Saturday they be whatever their vocation and Beware of Ointments Tor Catarrh that O S Green of Owenscoro was in the Wiikueam We regret the absence from Contains Mercury city Sunday our midst of Prof S E Hancock who as mercury will surely destroy tho senso John Hall went to Louisville on bust has proven a faithful and efficient worker of smell and completely derange the In our chosen field be It resolved whole system when entering it through ness Friday Fiiist That we tender to him our re- Â¬ H V Harris was In Louisville Satur Â¬ Such articles tho mucous surfaces Beauty pins at Snzers spects and bf fit wishes for hla snrcesa at should never bo used except on prescript- Â¬ day on business Tho life of a bIioo is a matter of dollarH and contH to you 3 Soda water season is over Gloverport ion from reputablo physicians na tho Mr and Mrs Lou McGavock are visit Â¬ Tho longer it lasts tho greater tho saving Second That as co workers we ofler JJlg change in the weather damage they will do ia ten fold to the ing at Sklllman him not only our respect and sympathy good you can possibly derlye from them Judge Dellnvn Is quite ill Miss Margaret Bowraor went to Louis but Mich aid on our behalf as will ad ggggggggggggggggggggHflgfe Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by vllle Wednesday Get frrnh oyplers at Selfreds vance his matorlal prospects F J Cheney Co Toledo O contains Fall Blilig will soon begin Col Washington Holt Holt waa in Third That wo emulate his example no mercury and is taken internally act Â¬ OyBt iss nedinall styles a S ifrrds as n teacher as a disciplinarian iw a ing directly upon the blood and mucous the city Saturday Rev Rutledgo returned home Monday scholar and aa a Christian gentleman By wiving the lieul of your ahoo Tho heel is tho part of tho Barpiui in toilet seta Gregory Gib surfaces of the system In buying Halls Fourth That a copy of these resolu- - sons Catarrh Cure bo sure you get the gonu from Glendeane shoo that gets tho hardest wear When it begins to give out the Hon J D Botkin tions be mailed to him Congresiraan-at-Larg-The coal man la now having hla In Â¬ ine ItistAken internally and made in R N Hudson went to Henderson wear is transferred to tho solo from Kansas Kate Foster Toledo Ohio by by F J Cheney Co Thursday on a visit nings and Man-a-ll- n I have been R M J 1outK Com School bnokn and school suppliea at Testimonials free R L Newsom went to Hardinabuig afflicted moro or less for a quarter of Chas Bridwell Sold by Druggist price 70c per bot Monday on business a century with catarrh of the stomach Babbagua and constipation a residence in Wash Â¬ tie The Place Where I Was Born Fred Fralze went to Cincinnati Mon- Â¬ ington has increased these troubles An oyster stow or a fry can be secur- Â¬ fORTHPt CHILDKIN day to buy fall goods ed at Seifreda A few bottles of your medicines hayo Prof J H Pile Poetizes I rrmtmbtr remtmlxr By having tho famous Circlcttes placed upon tho heels Lafe Taul and wife of Tar Fork were given mo almost comploto relief and I Morgan Fountain of Holt was In the place whre I was born the Sunday waa an ideally perfect day in am suro that a continuation of their The many good things I hud local in town Monday shopping city Tuesday Tho ahovo picturo shows tho difTeronco between a heel that is which one wished n stroll either alone use will effect a permanent cure The itrlpeit bacon the beam the corn O B Bakor of Hawesville spent a Go to Babbage for your school books or in company with a meditative sym- Â¬ protected by Circlcttes and one that is not It tolls its own Btory The good corn bread nd butttr galore is surely a wonderful rem Â¬ and school suppliea pathetic at least semi poetic friend few hours in the city Sunday And labbage cooked the old iaihioned wa edy for catarrhal affections Where Tried chicken wai not a rarity Jack Richards and son Fred of Kordt Heinrs sweet pickle a and baked beans While such a day doesnt bring bound- Â¬ J D BOTKIN And pie lor dinner every day ing hope and active ambition it does vllle were In the city Saturday Gregory Gibsons I remember 1 remember give us gentle longings for a purer living Mrs W H Bowiner returned home Local Millers nro only oflering fifty The place where I was born city Saturday on hla way home to Victo Â¬ and carries us to the very threshold of a from Louisville Friday evening Every Pair of Shoes bought of us is furnished with eight cents for wheat Where apples lay rotting in the iun ria He waa one of the heroea of tho life which the good can reach keep and And peachei the boy to steal would scorn Mr and Mrs Henry C Pate county battle of Santiago The voice of the katydid is hushed a enjoy Tho yellowing of Circlcttes FREE OF CHARGE Where blackberries nuts and gripes grew wild bo me of the were in town Saturday shopping sure sign of an early frost Persimmons and pawpaws I cant forget Sylvester Monarch wife and MIsa leaves surpasses any shades of artists The lucious plums tha Juicy pears Roscoe Severs went to Lexington Ky New meat market will open Friday at bruBb the fulling of others seared and Sharp of Owensboro arrived Monday to And watermelons I can taste them yet the West end of the bridge spend several days at tho Tar Springs is suggestive of much to him who Thursday to enter the State College brown K M S Mr and Mrs Waldo Simons Toblns Fellville farmers expert to get 20000 converses with nature the bounding Mrs Dhonau of Rome Ind who has From 6 to 10 for their crop of tobacco this year rabbit the startlod bird the noisy port Ind were in the city Saturday been visiting Mr and Mrs M Hamman From tho age of six years until I was Mrs Edgar Turpln of New York la returned home on the packet Sunday The Owensboro Fair hop promises to cricket and the myriad living beings all 11 I was constantly troubled with scrofu an interesting message have Oh I that the guest of Mrs John David Gregory be unusually brilliant this year Mrs S II McCracken and children la At that lime I learned of the won- Â¬ we were Bryants that we might live in Dr Mllner and J W Lyuch Jr of and her mother Mra Win Witt went to Oysters are now in season Will have derful curative power of Hoods Sarsap them on hand Friday at Frank Seifreda close communion with Gods own pure Patesville were In the city Wednesday Hardlnsburg Saturday to visit relatives arllla and began taking it When I had creation a creatlou uudefiled by man Misses Maggie Lewis and Delia Batt taken six bottles Miss Annie Dhonau of Rome Ind is A new roof la being put on Gregorya I was permauently and uncorrupt of itself J H P Glen the guest of Mr and Mrs Charles Ham and Mr Clyde Morrison spent Sunday in cured and I am now strong and well lumber ware housi at the upper wharf deane Cannelton the guests of Miss Lizzie Batt Miss Amanda Button Oil City Ky man Farmers from all over the county say Express Their Thanks J F Dutschke one of Holts most The Misses Anna and Jane Hamble tobacco la unusually fine thlb year that Hoods Pi lis cure all liver ills Easy Mr Editor Our community wish to prosperous farmers was in the city Mon ton have returned homo after a pleasant Visit the new meat market Friday to take and easy to operate reliable visit with friends at Hardin Grove Ky morning Can bo found at the West end thank you and the Nkwb for many kind- Â¬ day nesses shown us on the 30th of August Mrs Hattle Park of Rockport visited of bridge Joe Mattingly of the United States sure 25c Buggy and Harness for 5000 First class outfit The scarcity of Apples will create a and the 10th of September Tour print- her father G F Carter near here latt army la at homo on a thirty day fur- Â¬ Enjoyable Excursion ed bills were nicely printed nnd tasteful- Â¬ week Cotton Top Mattress for 82 lough whleh he la spending with his par- Â¬ famine in apple jack In this section Orville Sklllman took a party of his ly arranged the notice in the News was Clint Griffith of Owensboro was the ents Solid Oak Bedsteads for 3 and up thla year friends out on an excursion up tho river very nice guest of his sister Mrs Dr Watkins Austin Popham and Miss Florence on hisnaptha launch The Marguerite Now eorgham syrup bus appeared on Automatic Sowing Machine best make 40 I as promoter of the two church enter- Â¬ Sunday Lewis were the guests of the Misses Wednesday afternoon The event was the market and in quality it surpasses Wo are headquarters for FURNITURE tainments wish to thank the people for Allle and Lillian Greenwood at Holts a delightful one and was greatly enjoyed Benedict Beavln and daughterEvelyn all former crops encouragement help and patron of their Hawesville were visiting in the city Sunday James Lyons of Jollys Station a age The contibutions in the way of by all who participated Sunday W O Moorman merchant hustler prominent citizen ol that neighborhood eggs milk and cakes were very liberal Successful fleeting The little Misses Sue Watkins and and prince of good fellows of Glendeane was in town Tuesday Each lady seemed to have vied with the Rev J T Lewis and Kev W E Fishermen are having a fine time other in making the best cake Our Margaret Moorman were in Owensboro- was In the city on business Monday and Tuesday Croker of Irvlngton are conducting a angling now Boca are biting and game receipts amounted to 41 00 The best Saturday Miss Lizzie Hanks of Stephensport very successful meeting at New Bethel Mrs Mollle O Bryan of Meade county fish are big and plentiful of order prevailed and one and all ex- Â¬ Quite a number of accessions to the waa the guest of her father G F Carter who has been visiting Miss Eflle Swag pressed themselves delighted The scarcity of mills in tills section got for several days returned home yes- Â¬ church have resulted from their efforts pent Sunday In the city with his broth- Â¬ they incessantly Invoke a holy name Especial thanks are due Messrs Len last week will prevent many cropi of sorghum ers Mrs Wilkerson Mrs Etta Evana and terday nnd every time they invoke It they spit Dent Jr Joe Beatly Jamea Mitcham from being ground into syrup Horn to the wife of Wm Wedding n But their average height Is 5 feet 8 BEWLEYVILLE Miss Agnes Carter and Mrs J F Per- Â¬ son Forrest Fairleigh have gone to Samuel Gross and Otto Robinson The new meat market will be ready for fine son Sept Gth weighed 12 pounds ry and sons Master Louis and Harris inches or 5 feet 0 inches and every man Chicago 111 Respectfully business Friday morning A share of Claude Wilson Is home from school went to Huntingburgh Ind Monday to TayLor Beitie Mr and Mrs Z T Stlth spent Saturday at Nashville to spend a few days with looks an athlete Afoot they go with MIsa Alice Mattingly has returned your patronage solicited at Brandenburg great swinging strides mounted thiy Rosktta Kv Sept 11 08 his parents homo after a pleasant visit with friends attend the fair Price Wlleon who live near Holt Miss Mary Peyton has gone to her Mrs Jesse Shull of Owensboro who Is There was quite a large attendance sit on their saddles as If they had been at Irvlngton MAGNIFICENT OPENINQ home at Falls of Kough killed a water moccasin near there last from this placu at the Zion church re- Â¬ born there Physically they are as fine W J Dean Jr manager of the Dean the guest of Mr and Mrs Frank Has Dr W A Walker is home again and union Sunday Keek that had 30 young on pp soldiers as one could wish to see every Tie company of Glendeane was in the well visited Tar Springs with her host solicits your patronage Mr J T Smith Sr had a family re- Â¬ man a picture of health and strength Jeseo Keys tendered bis friends a Utopia College Flourishing Like a and hostess Sunday city Thursday Mrs Peyton Shumate of Hill Grove ia union Saturday it being his birthday And what of their discipline These dance at hla home Friday night The Qreen Bay Tree very ill of typhoid fever His children grandchildren and great great big athletic officers you cay to Miss Margaret Smith of Hardlnsburg L T Reed Miss Francis Smith and Furrow orchestra furnlehed the music Mrs Bbosley and daughter are visiting grandchildren number 48 yourself and these great big athletes of Miss Grace Ferry attended a matinee at who has been the guest of Mrs J II Rev Reynolds filled his appointment tli rank and file are all very well Ind- Â¬ Frank Fulliam Patesvllle Ioft his Utopia College at Glendeane opened Louisville Saturday Harshs family returned home yester relatives near uranuenuurg will leave for conference next ividuallysplendid follows but what of dwelling and contents by fire Sunday last week with the most flattering pros- Â¬ The public school opened up finely Sunday day Owensboro Inquirer week He is well liked here by the peo- Â¬ them collectively Isnt their discipline with nearly all the pupils In attendance Miss Carrie Owen of Glendeane was Origin unknown Covered by insurance pects in its history The attendance ia ple Frank May and A J Elder of Owens Thos Coin and Moorman Hardaway next and we hope he will return for the rather lax Eachatman you notice seems year to wear his hat H S Jarvlf of Henderson was here largely increased and now facilities have the guest of her cousin Miss Lulu Owen boro passed through the city Tuesday were attending church at Ble Soring any angle that suits Monday and Tuesday his fancy Wednesday preparing to handle leaf been added Sunday last They were representing the Home In Henry Ray and wife of this city were surance Company of New York WEBSTER tobacco at this point during tho coining Prof Joel II Pile the principal ia an Our silo men O O Hardaway and Dr ROSELLE IND P V Foote attended to business in that season ideal schoolmaster He is a man of won- Â¬ the guests of Mr and Mrs Nate Starks Miss Georgle McCubblns who has line the post week at Dukes last Sunday Â¬ This is ideal weather People of this place are all busy cutHorace Smith of Lewlcport sold 20 derful erudition and his tender sympa been visiting friends and relatives in this Mrs T H Hardaway of Guston waa to Sample Satur- - ting corn T Tie Inspector Jamieson of Stephens city for several days returned to head of rattle averaging 810 pounds In thetic nature together with hs executive her visiting her parents Mr and Mrs D C uay J Compton went Calvin Sampley loft last Monday lo weight to Mr ieiser at 3 70 per hun Â¬ ability and wonderful knowledge of the port was in the city Thursday on Hen- home in Stephensport yesterday Johnson last Tuesday Health of the community generally canvass Perry and Spencer counties natures of those whom he instructs derson Route business dred Mrs Bon Dowell and Mrs Moses goou After a very pleasant and extensive Elder O T Wilson went to Hawej Bennett of Ilosetta vicinity attended D M Duncan wlfo and baby of Bran visit The ideal weather Sunday caused the gives him a power over bis students that with friends and relatives in this Sunday school Sept 11th John McGavoc reported frost last villn last Saturday to hold a meeting is working magnificently for good denburg were In the city Sunday tue city Miss Mabel Sterrett a charming congregations at the various churches week We will have a new preacher to precch W N Drury has been seriously ill all guests of relatives and friends Monday was a chilly day for our ex at Locust Grove the fourth Sunday iu and Sunday schools to show a perceptible Sklllman girl returned home last even- Â¬ the past week Everybody sympathizes to Be Posted Seems this month traa increase Albert Hamman of Rome Ind was ing with the grief stricken ones There ia to be a wedding At least the D H Tate and family Miss Llllle and Wathen B Henderson visited at Har-Â¬ Remember Chas II Drurys show of the guest of bis parents Mr and Mrs M Jackson Moorman who was danger Â¬ Clarion thlnka believes Mies Vliglnla Watkins of Owensboro it Alfred Tate and Joe Kingsley spent last that some time Hamman Friday and Saturday Bourbon Denmark colts Saturday after- Â¬ dlnsburg Sunday ously ill at Gracy Ky a rhmt time stopped over on ber way to school at noon the 17th Inst at Bewleyvllle O II Adklsson of Irvlngton visited Sunday at Mrs 0 T Wilsons next month such an event will occur since has entirely recovered and is now The parties if wo Mrs Dan Hlnlon and daughter Grace Joe Kingsley and Ben Mclntire of Nazareth and visited Miss Mayme Grif- Â¬ Mrs R M Jolly and Clare Mrs Will his father Sunday are not mistaken aro Â¬ resting up in this city Mrs Fred Fraize visited Mrs T J Harrison county spent last Saturday and She left for Nazareth Monday Gardiner and Lamar and Miss Maggie to be Dr F L Llghtfoot of this city have returned to this city from an ex fith Sunday with their friends at this placo Brodie from Irvlngton spent Friday at Compton lost week morning Levy Bros the hading clothiers in who recently graduated with such high tended visit at Grand Rapids Mich Dewey Heights Doc Nortons little son Robert is quite aid then Infi for Mt Vernon Miss Bessie Jarboe of thla city has D M Lewis a hustling young Bran Louisville have commenced to advertise honors In medicine from the St Louis We were taught in our lesson Sunday sick of typhoid fever in this journal and the promise the peo- Â¬ College and Miss Elizabeth the hand Â¬ gone to Sklllman She will visit rela denburger who is now identified with Mrs S W Jordan went to Cloverport that indulgence in selfish easy thought ple some great bargaliS some daughter of Hon Wm Miller of tives and friends while at that place the Central Paint and Iron Company of less living was sinful and it were well to Sunday for a weeks visit DO YOU SLICE Jacob Meyer the hustling merchant Louisville was In the city Thursday on be admonished and obey the injunction Sam Dugan and wife of Brandenburg Lizzie Clark tho daughter near Hardiusburg See if we are not of the good old prophet Amos and visited relatives here Sunday nearly right Hawesville Clarion of Big Springs was in Louisville last business of the late Alt Clark of Patesvill died Hate tho evil and fove the good Mrs O Beauchatnp is visiting at Sam Â¬ week buying his stock of fall goods Mr and Mrs Sam Ahl accompanied at that place Monday of typhoid fever Fine rtonument Clyde Shumate who came home for a ple and Hardlnsburg this week Cornollus Burk a member of the Firft their little daughter Buta to Hardlns- Â¬ visit last Tuesday is very sick with ty- Â¬ after a three weeks liners Mrs B F Payne went to Sample Sun Â¬ A contract has been given the Mul vlng near LwIport doon Monumental Worka of Louisville Cavalry United States army was in the burg Sunday Sho will spend a few phoid fever at bis fathers home Clyde day to yisit for several days Jamea Toler days with her grand parents Judge Ahl was in the very heart of the war and we Miss Norrie Kurtz left Monday for holds the banner r cord for n wheat to furnish a handsome monument as a look upon him as being somewhat re Pewee Valley to enter school and family there yield thla year Ilt as r acres on memorial to the late William Vtst It moved from ordinary human beings and Rev Felix Roberts filled the pulpit Miss Georgia McCubblns one of feel honored to have one among us who hla place that yielded J thela to the Is to be a shaft twelve leet in height from Stepbensports most popular young la- Â¬ has endured the hardships of soldier life here Sunday very acceptably to all acre the pedestal and will be carved out of Miss Myrtle Crutcher began teaching dles was thegueatof her brother George We hope this calamity may not be a Sunday school Superintendent John Vermont granite The shaft will weigh Â¬ at the Mcuebeo school house Monday McCubblns Sunday and spent tho day serious one and that soon he may recovÂ¬ er Burn waa confined to his home by ill ten tons and will cost 1000 It will be Mrs 8 J Parks of Clifton Mills is with him at Tar Springs visiting her son S P Parks this week Mrs T J Jolly and her daughter ness Sunday and the Sunday school waa placed in position about October 10th Mies Alice Baker of Hardlnsburg ar- Â¬ Blanche and her granddaughter llettie conducted by H V Harris in his JScott Mortou wife and little son Three Rode The Ooat rived in the city at noon on a Bhort visit Lee were over at Big Spring Thursday have all been sick though they are bet- Â¬ absence visiting Bro Waltons family They are ter at present to her brother George Baker She Is delighted Three candidates were initiated Into with their lovely visit and Rev Foote the former pastor of tho Misses Emma and Norrie Kurlz Olios on her way to Russellville to enter the have many pleasant thlugs to say of our Tour dootor knows all about who made the mysteries of Pythianism at the cattle W E church at Hawesville Claycomb and Fred Moorman visited Mr Logan Female college Owensboro In- Â¬ pastors family A number of others of foods and medlolnes and Mrs Clinton Crutcher of Garrett so many friends here it Is said will hall last Monday night About thirty us are of the same aud we hope that the Friday and Saturday Tho next time you see him quirer baye charge of a prominent church at five Kulghta of Pythias from Owensboro good Bishop at the approaching Con- Â¬ just ask him what he thinks Miss Amanda Dean who has been ference will return Bro Walton to Big assisted the local members of the order Louisville or THE AflERICAN SOLUIGR OF Â¬ visiting In this city the past few weeks Spring circuit Jonas Lyons of Irvlngton is adding in conferring the degrees upon the can IF SO LOT US SELL YOU Male class No 2 of our Sunday school has returned to her home at Glendean An English Wrrter Pays Him a Very ferar additional rooms to his hotel and ia didates A banquet was held before the She was accompanied by Mrs O W Is composed of a number of the nicest also having a porch built around it The meeting adjourned High Tribute brightest young men In all the land of Cod Liver Oil with HypoMoorman who will be her guest for a There are two doctors one school teach- Â¬ appearance of the tructure will bo very phosphites We are willing Oo To AHHlston within 6 miles of Owensboro Ky in few weeks er one merchant with some of natures maeh Improved The Amorlcan army U not an orna Â¬ Daviess the best county in Western Ken- Â¬ to trust la his answer The Fourth Kentucky regiment of MIm Mannie White departed for Nash Â¬ noblemen and their teacher has a very mental Institution twenty five years doc- For The rank and file tucky Tke report that the poatofilce near which Hon David R Murray warm place in her heart for them all of thla ville Teun Tuesday where she will en Â¬ Boys I wish I could say that they always would not fetch fancy prices as worka of tors have prescribed our 375 acres one half gently rolling the Sessile led is to be discontinued is not city Is Lieutenant Colonel Â¬ has been orBmiusion for Daieaeseweaicter Belmont College Miss Mannle Is had their lessons well prepared hope I art You may seo hundreds of them balaDco Is rich crtek bottom 276 acres true A new mall carrlor has been em Â¬ dered to Anniston Ala there to go ness nervous exhaustion and in high state of cultivation 100 acres In into one oftbebrlgiitest members of Clover may next time walking about on the wooden platform woodland bluegrass grows luxuriantly ployed by the government and tho serv winter quarters His family will for all diseases that cause accom Â¬ GOLDBK KOD ports younger set and the best wishes loss In flesh They wear Buildings A splendid roomy two story sidewalks of Key West Ise will be better than ever before pany him upon the trip and it is under Â¬ of a legion of friends go with her Its creamy oolor and its mansion turrounded by forest trees brown laced legglns like their officers 8 H MeOrackea left Saturday for St stood will sake their horoq in Anniston pleasant taste make It es FORDSVILLE rough blue serge trousers generally the three tenement bouse two barns one pecially useful for thla aad FmI Minn to attend the annual meet- - during the coming winter tobacco barn holding 25 acres of tobacco Improving In Health worse for wear loose serge slilrts of a one cattle barn which will also house 15 delleate ehUaren 1 1 a m mssssLM M Health of the community Is good Mo other preparation of cod- Charles Carter wbe Is home from the shade darker blue and soft felt broad acres of tobacco stable 140x48 with 44 loe Crsam Supper toss liver oU Is like it Morris Wlleea made a flying trip to brimmed hat gray stoh hats with a box stall cost 3000 never falling well war has gained eight pounds since hla Tke LadlW AM Society of the Bap time aad risk your health by capacity furlough went into fleet A letter was Loulsyllle last week narrow plckd up lore and aft dent la luidde corn cribs with one old of 4000 taking something unknown boshsl two orchards tlfct church at Irvlngton will on Friday and on Mr Reubsn Wright will move to tW reeelved from a lied Cross nurse who is They remind you of the new Price psr acre is only 30 It rewrti and untried Keep In mfasd Whlteavlllo this week day night Sept lttlh give an ice eteara aOOVTB nCULSIOKi attending his brother Eugene at the w4m 10 tWs recfc wrk in the clr- - would ba ebs at 9 par Mr This la Mrs Jerry Gsoahaa la vUIUhk at Am MMh t uuiei slwsys has stood the test for a general hospital at MonUuk Point The WBitMvilfe this WMk t n 1 1 4B supper All the young people of the isw witl iusra jaws a uagailipsnt stoak iaraa jrMdr Mlitt tatlslso- quarter of a oentery neighboring towns and vicinity are plt says hat lug in Is rapidly Mr Jaa Bcwkby asuswr w L IK awl KSrtriittg ay Thsy smoka laoea A niNvMaoaor tsvsr aaa Sjasl U lac SOWMR eerdlally invited to b present Ptosis Js Ills Mac HmMl SCOTT recovering from his lever aad nay U b4s7Sw Ye assslhr t tftMM la saasosi tts aasMssja tssa4 M4I- - TtssnltSfMi aBM omNmU tie h k to b used for ehureh purposes abl to obtain a furlough ia two WMka TM Mr OWBMMORO KENTUCKY lr Till to talu Willi Mauds ktaiviUt mh Oak tby ohsw a good 11 la coemaaiioa tor coups Agcrs ftcrrg peciorr Local Brevities c Ingot tlio Miuter Car and Locomotive Painters Association Ho will represent the Henderson Uoute and will visit the Omaha exposition on his return The handsome now opera house at Cannolton was bnrntd to the ground Monday night It In supposed the Ire caught from u lump that had been left burniug All of the trees along Hie right of way of tho new Tar Springs and Pisgah road havn been cleared out with tie excep tion of thos i on tho Inst three quarters of a mile of road Congressman Botkins Statement WSSWlrtSSVSSS Dont Walk on Your I Uppers ililiNPi bUJibbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbV a Save Your Sole Â¬ Po-ru-- Protect Both 1 Pe-ru-- SULZERS vvtvmvm HERE THEY ARE TALK ABOUT BARGAINS vsiws Â¬ - McGLOTHLAN PIGG0TT iRvirr3 Torr jkit Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WM i Your Doctor Knows THE EARTH A GOOD FARM rs Hoods J - Dot that kd IAHkltowlofatwttf WILLIAMS LITTLE PrryOeatiU V Ii - fef V reFr x TUt 8 PHE3L BRRGKBNRIDQR A NM8 GU8TON OUOYERPORT that were several miles away would jar tho earth to such an extent that the dirt the ditches would crumble and fall from the sides of In upon them H1Y SSiiSLW9999999999999999mM999999999 ft MAnnOTII PEACH 9 Store to Close Our Store will be closed on Saturday September 17th on account of Holidays Therefore we advise anyone who is seeking for Bargains to come before then to do your trading or on the 19th when we will have our store open and be ready to show you Bargains and Better Values than any store in the county Respectfully Yours Â¬ Marlon Polk Raises one that Measures over a foot In Circumference F M Polk the Toblnsport miricultn ralist is the most successful perch grower in the Hoosler state lie knows more about fruit of all klmla than any other man In southern Indiana This year ho has been expenmentlutr with a seedling peach that he himself originated He calls it Polks choice and it is rightly named Several specimens of the fruit have been exhibited by him One peach measured 12 There inches in circumference were a lot of peaches on the tree that were so largo that they could not go Into a pint cup When Marion sets his head on having a perfect strawberry peach apple or pear he generally gets what he goes after Crutcher Kurtz The marriage of Olinton Orutchor and Miss Ella Kurtz two prominent young society people was solemnized in the church at Webster on the evening of the 7th inst in the presence of a large as eemblage of people the Rev J B Over ton of Louisville officiating Mr Crutcher is a prominent young tanner of Meade county a gentleman of character and moral worth while the lovely bride is a prime favorito with all who know her and was a leader in soÂ¬ ciety and church affairs at Weboter and as such will be greatly missed The attendants were MlBsEmmaKurlr and Howard Mnthis and Mies Crutcher and H L Kurtz Miss Norrie Kurtz presided at the or- Â¬ gan In matter of elegance of attire and taste displayed in church decoration and general conduct of the occasion this wed ding was an affair of highest gratification to all in attendance The youbg couple make their future home at Garrett Meade county Heres wishing them bon voyage through life BUILT QOOD ROADS H BAKER TH E- BROS 4 Green Flag Bargain Store I t HARDINSBURG KY jt jf jt e j Peoples Protection From Higli Prices I 4 ATTENTION EVERYBODY Squire flattlngly Spends Twelve Hundred Dollars on High Â¬ ways Squire Mattingly of the HardinBburg district is one of the most enthusiastic advocates of good ioad building in this county He has had a force of men at work on the roads in his district all summer and has practically reconstructed forty six miles of highway He has expended 1200 on the road system in his charge since May the first and all the thoroughfares are in magni Â¬ ficent condition People living in that district are high- Â¬ ly pleased with his work and are com- Â¬ plimenting him for his wise management and the good results he has achieved JEWISH HOLIDAYS Great Slaughter sINs SUMMER GOODS For the Next ew Days Space needed for our immense line of Fall and Winter Goods which will be here soon Saturday Will Be the Hebrew New Year Saturday will be the Hebrew holiday of Koshasbonah It is their New Year On that day all orthodox Jews close their places of business and indulge in feasting and prayer They previously settle all old accounts and start into the new year free from all debts and obligations They also effect a reconciliation between them Â¬ selves and all enemies of their nationality Ten days after New Year they cel- Â¬ ebrate the holiday of Yom Kippur the day of atonement and generally close their places of business for its observance Â¬ T CdifcHfr Is tolling the farmers a goodly amount of fertilizer this fall Z T Cox and M K bewleyof Ekron spent the day with Chas It Anderson Sunday R J Patteson last week sold to J O Anderson his flock of 40 head of sheep for 18500 They were fat and well bred Mrs Marvey Bewley loft for Oklahoma last Sntnrday nlirht where she will join her husband who wont thero about threo weeks ago Georgo Lyddan and family and Mr and Mrs Elisha Smith spent the day with Mrs Leoua Adkisaon and Miss Maude last Sunday The congregation at Sand Hill church have just received and put in a set of pnwsof the latest design They will also recarpot the church Mrs Davis Ashcratt nee Miss Rosle Cowley arrived in Gusto u last Friday from Cape Girardeau Missouri Her hus Â¬ band is expected home soon There was an ice cream eat giyen at the residence of Mr Marcus Board on last Saturday night for the benefit of the Sand Hill church There was a large crowd in attendance Jesse Clarkson the cattle man from Dig Spring was in this community last Saturday looking for cattle He says if he can get them reasonably low that he intends wintering 300 head Thero are but few good tobacco corps in this neighborhood It seems that to bacco raising here in a thing of the past as the people give but little attention to the industry now they pay more atten- Â¬ tion to slock than they formerly did and consequently are in a more prosperous condition Pierce Hardaway of near Bpwleyville was driving a pair of in hand mules over to this town last Saturday Joeplin of Eliztbethtown offered him 2G0 00 for the pair the highest price yet offered in this neck of the woods for mules yet Pierce refused the offer they are beau- Â¬ ties and well proportioned George II Audersou has tho best piece of corn that I have seen this season the shocks look like young hay stacks and the men that cut it say it will make 75 bu or more per acre The crop grew on a piece of blue grass sod land that has not been broken up for many a year and has not had a corn crop on it since the Civil war Georgo remarked to the men who were cutting to be sure and press it close in the shock or he wouldnt have room on the ground to sow his wheat crop and it diu look that way sure And if there are any nubbins in that corn field nature made the mistake and not the land Klyde Shumate who has been a Regular in the U S A for about four vears is at home on a thirty day furlough He is sick with remittent fever but Dr Baxter his physician Bays that he will be out in a few days Klyde brought home with him several relics of the Cu Â¬ ban war one of them being a poisonous Spauish bullet He also bad in his pos Â¬ session when he landed in New York a very fine Spanish sword that he urized very highly but someone stole it from him while enroute home he says he wouldnt have taken 50 00 for it He said while they were intrenched near Santiago that the report of the big guns J We Wish to Call Your STEPHENSPORT Almost winter is upon us L B Helm went to Hardinsburg Mon Â¬ day Floyd Miller returned to Henderson Friday Abe Allen of Chentult was iu town Sunday Mrs Allen Rollins is visiting in Har Â¬ dinsburg Miss Georgia McCubbins is visiting in Cloverport Prof Eugene Gilliland spent Saturday and Sunday in Rome Ind Rev Z Ferrell held regular services in the Baptist church Sunday The ice cream supper was quite a success in Bplto of the cold wave Miss Mollio Gloor of Tell City Ind is tho guest of Mrs Christ Best Miss Mary Allen of Cheuault spent sevoral days with Miss Blanche Moseley Henry Ham in behalf of the Louis-Â¬ ville Dispatch has been in town several days Miss Lena Payne went to Iodlburg Monday to spend several weeks with relatives MIbs Kate Allen of Chenault spent last week with Miss Katie Crawford and Mrs F C Ferry A M Hammers and wife of Indiana Penn paid a flying visit to friends here Friday and Saturday New cottage is under headway on lot owned by L T Roberts nn corner of Main St near old post office Mrs H Lay Mrs J W Jarrett and Miss Dixie E Perrigant spent several last week with days in Rome Ind relatives Born to the wife of Chas Tinlus Sept the 10th a nine and one half pound boy The young American arriving on bis mothers birthday Mrs E NMiller Miss Katie Crawford Mr Floyd Miller Mrs F O Ferry and son Frances Miller spent a day last week in Rome Ind with Mrs L Paul man A crowd from here attended services at Holts Bottom Saturday evening and a church was organized by Rev J Ferrell The Ohio Valley Baptist church Several also attended the Sunday alter noon services County Teachers All of our county teicinri who desire to better qualify themsnlves for their work should grasp the opportunity offered them by the school at Irvington Ky Write to Prof Crabbe and get his He is the special rates to teachers teachers friend Â¬ Special Attention to TWO SHOES W r FOR MEN WALKER 3 SOLES SHOE ALL SOLID Congress and Laoe PRICE 250 1 A GOOD WORKING SHOE EMERSONS 300 SHOE A HEAVY SOLE DRESSY SHOE IN BLACK AND TAN I Lace Only New Toe Extension Sole I English Back Stay VEST 6XSX3 WHY V IN- Â¬ DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve has the largest sale of any Salve in the world This fact and its merit has led dishonest We breed on scientific principles the people to attempt to counterfeit it Look IN FINE POULTRY out for the man who attempts to deceive following Black Minorcas Buff Cochins Barred Plymouth Rocks you when you call for DeWitts Witch White Wyandottes W C W Polish Light Brahmaa Your moneys worth or no sale Write for catalogue Free Hazel Salve the great pile cure Short Haynes KENTUCKY STOCK POULTRY FA M Brandenburg Ky DONT YOU VEST A t FEW DOLLARS 1 Heston Willis Company CLOVERPORT KY SAAAAAAAAAAAAAAVVVVVWMWVVVVWVVVWWVWVVWWV WANTS WANTED Meltable traveling salesmen to tall Â¬ HOT ISNT IT The weather is warm now but it will be cold in a few weeks V G BABBAGE ATTORNEY AT LAW Will Practice in all the Courts in Breckenridge Hancock Counties Meade and Claims collected Mortgages Notes Liens and other securi- Â¬ ties enforced and the money turned over promptly Divorces secured Depositions taken Interest in estates carefully look- Â¬ ed into Contracts Deeds and other legal papers type written complete line of lubricating oili The victories of Hoods and specialties Good position and liberal terms to the right paitv Address The Atlantic Refin Sarsaparilla over all ing Co Cleveland O Forms of disease high fioo new FORT SALE I price gearedcyclometor bicycle Conclusively prove one third Henry with MDick That it is an unequalled Blood purifier It conquers Oil SALE One hundred bushels of rye Ad- AtiT ttfTir rnnnitiw drew The demon Scrofula Harned ky Relieves the itching and burning of rTinjr nny i um uiMij v wi iu t w tut a salt rheum cures running sores ulcers N horse during the coming winter address bolls pimples and every other form of llardinburg Ky humor or disease originating in impure TT OR 160 acres fine land -Of blood Tiie cures of Hoods Sarsaparilla JC adjoining city limits of Vine Grove Ky on Suitable lor any kindpf are cures absolute permanent perfect railroad cheap barn plenty running water arminir Good house fine Reas Apply to I W A MYEltS West terms cures They are based upon its great onable Ky Point power to purify and enrich the blood IN TIME OF HEAT PREPARE FOR COLD When you buy your winter supply of coal be sure that you consider the PRICE AND QUALITY E SAIK-KAKM- BASKETT COAL IS RIGHT IN QUALITY IT IS RIGHT IN PRICE IT IS A MAGNIFICENT GRATE COAL It possess I Â¬ Sunday School Picnic CHARGES REASONABLE OPPIOBS Over Gardners Store Hardinsburg News Office The members of the Presbyterian Sun- Â¬ day School enjoyed a delightful plcnio TOll SALK I have a ew choice Ilerkshlre the ben ittaim In Pig lor at Tar Springs last Saturday They X c untry ule My stock Is oflor one either sex Send me an order the went to that romantic resort in wagons Only f oo each Satisfaction guaranteed C L and there were several loads of them A IIKAUD Hardinsburg Ky I splendid lunch was partaken of and the UA GBNTS WANTED thewant an agent in every town throughout country on coin day was pleasantly spent in games and mil nor tilery to colltct pictures and send to ine and get one doien nice photograph i lor jOc in enjoying tho beautiful scenery Lile tire portraits at half price bend jjc for tarn pies and particulars to airentt SAIE IARM -1- 14 acres improved fair fences and buildings adjoining Leo II in urns farm Tar lorlcIlreckcnridge county Ky irico Title perfect Address II EI L I400 if sold soon MAN MACHINE WOilKb Kvantville Ind all the fuel prop- Â¬ produce a hot It is a Coal that It is a good steam coal and erties that and furnace gives more lasting fire in tho grate stove heat tho small amount of ashes and offal it produces makes clean economical fuel Cloverport VwWwwwywwvwwvww 1 Soldiers Pass Through A special train of five sectious passed through this city lute ast Tuesday even- Â¬ ing on tho Henderson Route The train had the Filth Missouri Regiment of volunteers aboard They were the same troops that has pawd through this city last May for vamp Alger nt Falls Church Va Will Be Contested The whiskey ehctlon passed off quiet Â¬ ly at Hartford last Saturday a large vote Address Photographer bJIIHOWN Ilranilenhmg Ky Kliron or HALK A bull full blooded Icrsey For iurtherpartlculara call on craddrrss CHAJtLES HEIDEL for the dollar than any other it a HoltKy mrera When DONS COMPLETE PILE CURE is guaranteed to euro you It is the discovery of an eminent physician No Knife I No S ALU pigs from the cry 17OR mid finest Two boarloland China stock pur Kn strain of quire of V D Holt Holt Ky FARMERS BUSINESS MEN MANUFACTURERS AND HOUSEHOLDERS ANTED bug An enclycopedU In good order ii Lirunn naruins Aaaress rror jii NOTIGE Buy your wintors supply of BA8KETT COAL now Coal will ho more expensive this fall Thero are indications of impendl g labor troubles that may so curtail the amount of coal mined that the demand will ho groator than tho supply I A PUBLIC SALE Why Suffer Agony Interruption of Business I It has cured thousands and will euro you MR T 8 WILCOX prominent merchant politician and chief of tho Chattanooga Firo Dopartmont says Tlio first After ycn of uttering DONS PILE OINTMENT wai rec Â¬ ommended to me The use of one bos effected a permanent cure I voluntarily give you this statement hoping it will be the meant of bringing your wonderful remedy to the attention of others tuf fering with pllei trcatmont brings immediato reliof being polled Both sidta did consider Â¬ able work The result was a victory for the dry men of 13 majority The election a few weeks ago gave the dry men a majority of 30 The wets will contest this eleitiou also Real Estate Transfer It L Newsotn and 13 T tiaynes pur AdnialttratM t fetlee chased of the Columbia Finance Trust All persons hiving claims against the estate cf o assignee of the United States Build Â¬ James a Ileaviu decesstd are hereby aotiAcd to ing Loau Co Louisville the Israel them pfnperly Povcn for settlement on or trrscnl Ihe day of November 170I Also all On Sept 19 iy3 attbe court home door In liar diniburir Ky I wl 1 ofler lor sale to the highest and best bidder one Ctrni beonglni to the eute of W I MclXnsld deceaied nf McDanlcU Ky coiislslinic of about o3 acres lying 14 miles tonth rt Hardinsburg Ky and I miles from Clendranr Ky on toe Ixicthrteld road Une Dair 01 farm Is In E od state of cultivation the remainder is well liinbe ed Two Rood wells arid several springs luinllian abundance of water Stables barns and two tenant bouses The land lays well for sarin Ing purpostt and produces well It is recognised as one of he most uelrable farms In the horks of Hough Terms nnef urtb in 6 months rne fourth in u months cne Ibuith In 18 months one fourth In s months interest 0 per cent from date OUSIIROWN M C P C Up Will Go the Price of Coal Special Prices for Car Load Lots TO Buy Now and Save Money ADDRESS COMMUNICATIONS Price 5100 Prepaid to any Address prt ilnldf ii house on Carter etrtet Glover Consideration 1250 DON CHEMICAL COMPANY CHATTANOOGA TENN VieitlH Fries W J Hale of Merldosla III son of I hho Huh wiio emigrated from this ifiinty flih our y ara ago Is Uniting W It Lions Aire Mary Hale and rehulieq at Ptearlll and IVIIrille Hancook Clarion persons knowing tlutmselves Indebted to his estate will come irwad and settle on rr before said date JOE M MUIIUN Administrator Mattingly Ky Aug it ilot lt FOR SALE SEEDS Genuine MisMuri White Pittsburg Coal Company BASKETT KY Isye0rehardQrs88Wlteat J and Clover F DUTSOHKE HOLT kkntuohy II Had Etartond TMM BRmOKBNRIDQB NEWS GLOYEUaPOKar ICY 45 Yrs ANOTHER SAVED OUR LIFE Do Not SPORTSMANS PARADISE Cuba it REPUBLIC Central AmercanCounrics Form a Federation A Long Neglect the Kidneys and Bladder FLOUR THAT TASTES OF THE AVIIKAT Peoplo who cato for flavor nnd wliolosomcncss as well ns tho looks of their broad will npprccinto thin brand A DIGKS BEST 99 Cherished Drram of Union Realized Vlneland Wis From tba WInneconno Wit Local Another euro by Dr Fennera Medtclnei 1 Terr much Ilka my nelghborMrsCaro a bad case of skin eruptloa hcrctoforo re ported m cured by Dr Fennera Blood and LlrerBemedy and Norye Tonic and his Bait only tho doctors called Rheum Ointment ray disease Erysipelas for a number of years apd It was afterwards pronounced by doctors to be Balk Rheum At the age of IS I was afflicted with It and at tho age of 30 I was so bad I could hardly walk Ifound no relief until Icommonced taking Dr Fennera Illood and Liver ltemedy and Nerre Tonic and In threo months I was en Â¬ joying good health after suffering more than eo yeara a numuvr in curve ctjuaiir as woo dertul by Dr Fennera Itemedles will appeal MVWTf6 nin- tu Â¬ la this paper later CHARLES O MARTIN Prescription Pharmacist Co Cloverport Next door above Payne Bregkenridge WKPNWOAY r News 14 1898 8EPT SHEBSM WBa M BP YUKON QOLD FIELDS Their Extent and Other Minerals They Contain Mr William Ogilvle chief of the geo graphical survey of Northwestern Can ada and who for six years has been en- Â¬ gaged in the Mackenzie and Yukon River districts declares the Yukon gold fields extend over more than 125000 square miles of territory The fact Mr Ogilvie is known to be most conservative in all his estimates and not at all given to t if J j speculation and romance gives addi- Â¬ tional weight to his assertions Other precious metals are to be found in tho same district there is also coal petro-Â¬ leum and other products awaiting only the means of securing and transporting to market A system of thawing the frost bound ground in winter by the aid of electricity is now said to be being ex- Â¬ perimented on in the gold fields r 1 Millions Given Away It is certainly gratifying to the public to know of ono concern in the land who are not afraid to be generous to the needy and suffering The proprietors of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds have given away over ten millions trial bottles of this great medicine and have the satisfaction of knowing it has cured thousauds of Asthma Bronchitis hopeless cases Hoarseness and all diseases of the throat chest and lungs are surely cured by it Haynes druggist and Call on Short 50c get a trial bottle free Regular and 1 Every bottle guaranteed or prico refunded fe i sn Three of tho Central American stales hayo at length realized the dream of federation in which they havo Indulged for sovorai years pant Theso states are Nicaragua Salvador and Honduras and thoy have joined hands under tho namo of the the United States of Cential America1 Guatamala and Costa Rica still hold aloof but they will no doubt soon find it to their interests to enter the federation Of tho three Central American states constituting tho federation Nlcaragna is the largest in territory and the smallest With 40 000 fquare in population miles it contains only 300000 inhabi tants Salvador is just the reverse Although tho smallest of tho Centrnl American states in territory it is tho largest in population With only 7225 square miles it contains 800000 inhabitants Honduras is almost hb sparsely settled as Nicaragua With 43000 rquaro miles it contains only 300000 inhabitants Footing up these figures we find that the United States of Central America comprises 09225 square miles of terri- Â¬ tory and contains 1570578 inhabitants In other words it Is nearly twice the size of the state of Georgia in territory although it is somewhat smaller in pop- Â¬ ulation Of two Central American states which stilt hold aloof from the federation Guatemala Is tho larger with G3400 Fquare miles and 1348242 inhabitants while Costa Rica is the smaller with 23000 tquare miles and 243000 Inhabi Â¬ tants Both in territory and in popula- Â¬ tion they aggregate the combined size of and consequently their sister state when they enter the federation ttiey will double its importance There can he no doubt of the fact that the United States of Central America will prosper if the citizons of tho federation will consent to give up petty jeal- Â¬ ousies Thoy possess one of the richest countries on the globe and from present indications the next few years will wit Â¬ ness extraordinary forces of development in that quarter With the build- Â¬ ing of the Nicaragua canal which is one of the assured events of the future there is bound to come to the young republic Verily the large measures of good Central American states composing the federation will haye abundant cause to realize ere long that in union there is strength If Gautamala and Costa Rica are wise they will soon make haste to connect themselves with the United States of Central Amorica Thoy will sacrifice individuality but they will gain morn than enough to compensate them for the Â¬ Disorder of these important organs Brlghts disease rheumatism pain in tho back dropsy and other troubles Diseaeo sometimes gets a hold upon your kidneys and bladder before you realize that nnythtng Berlous Is the matter Oftou these organs pro neglected until that awful malady Brlghts disease has fastened upon you and death awaits its Many miraculous cures have victim been wrought by a course of treatmont with Dr DavlB Kldnny Tablets Theso tablets are put up in the shapo of a kid Â¬ ney bean and the formula has been pro Â¬ nounced by the best physicians of mod- Â¬ ern times to be the most direct in action on the kidnoys of nny remedy known to medical science You can pat these tab lets as you would candy Sond for tree booklet ou kidney diseases Sold by all druggists or sent on receipt of price 50 cents and 1 causes Â¬ a Great Place for Fishing and Hunting The Wild Boar Is Plentiful and Dan- Â¬ gerous Whiln Cuba offers such a haven to the invalid it is a paradise for the sports Â¬ man wild game aim fish of all kinds being abundant Parties of gentlemen on horseback with their pack of hounds hunt tho fl et footed deer It is a common tiling or a small party to kill eight or teu deer In h day The wild boar is plentiful and some times If cornered dangerous especially the old master of the herd called un soltarlo which will tear a dog to pieces or make a green hunter climb a tree but a Cuban easily kills him with a machete The island boar sometimes weighs 200 or 300 pounds and has huge tusks often five or six inches in length The meat of the female is much relished by the nativeK Wild doja and cats wild cattle horses and jackasses abound But the jutla peculiar only to Cuba which looks llko a cross between a squirrel with a rats tail and a rabbit and which lives in the trees and feeds on nuts and leaves is the great delight of the Cuban Funis are In great numbers Wild guinea hens and turkeys are found in flocks of from 25 to 100 The whistle of the quail aud the flutter of the pheasant and prdiz are heard on all sides In the rural aud mountain regions Ducks in abundance ceme ovor from Florida in the winter and return with the spring Wild pigeons with their white tops and bodies of blue larger somewhat than the domestic bird offer in hunting the greatest eportto gentlemon who will bs restrained within reason In the eariy mornings the pigeons generally go to feed on the mangle berries when ripe and which grow by the sea or near some swampy place I have known a party of three persons to kill 1500 of the pigeons within a few hours Robiches lojoeas and guanaros are found in the thick Â¬ SgEsjgriyyrKaBwasasjagMSjfaj TFTPfHtFr sir B i YANKEE H0Q VINDICATED Not One Case of Trichinae Traced ja ulJ Jv JiSyT tt Sufferers from dyspepsia THE UNITEP STATES BATTLE SHIP IOW u to American Pork Oerman Allegations of Diseased Meat Flour That Cnnnot Be Excelled It is mado of selected wheat and contains all the gluten there is in tho grain will find this flour a suro panacea Theso two brands are made by the A OUR NAVY Proves Untrue Consul Barnes at Cologne whose ro cent government report on the prepara Â¬ tion of American fruits for tho German market attracted much attention has followed it with a report upon trichina which is a splendid vindication of the American hog from the villificatlon of his German uccupers The report says Throuuh the medium of a society of German foreign meat Importers whose object is the protection and promotion of tliu German trado in meats and fat pr ducts I learn that for tho last fifteen years beginning with the decree of 1883 prohibiting the importation of American meat and ending with the close of last year there wero officially confirmed in tho kingdom of Prussia 3003 reported caseH of illness from trichinae 207 of which resulted in death OI these there could be traced to the eating of European meat examined in Germany and found to bo free from trichinae 1242 cases of illness and 102 deaths Tlius 42 35 per cent of all the cases of illness and 40 7 per cent of all the deaths were caused by the consumption of European pork which was examined in Germany and found to be free from trichinae The remaining cases could also be traced to Importations of European meat partly examined and partly not examined and found to contain trichinae and yet handled by the trade In not one of the above 3003 cases could it be proved that the illness was caused by the use of American salted pickled or tinned meat nor by smoked sausage imported under imperial decree This statement holds of Sept 41801 good for all Germany In confirmation of this fact the society hereinbefore mentioned has tamed posters wherein a reward of 1000 marks 1239 is offered to the person who can prove that tri Â¬ chinae has beeu transferred to human beings by the consumption of American salted or pickled pork or smoked sausage import d under the imperial decree of Sept 3 1891 cancelling tho edict forbid Â¬ ding the importation When in 1881 the edict against sau sage and pork products from America was cancelled no inspection of sausage or picklod pork was required until July 1 1098 Since then both products are subjected to inspection This will re Â¬ sult in the absolute exclusion of sausage and pickled pork or boneless hams from tho German markets In the case of boneless hams weighing from two to three pounds each the cost of inspecting amounts to 15 pfennigs per kilogram or three marks 3 57 per 100 kilograms of 220Euglish pouuds Add to this the duty of 20 marks and have a total cost of 35 marks or 833 on 220 pounds of meat which virtually means the prohibition of such products Â¬ BEST FLOUR MILL IN HRECKENRIDGE COUNTY barrels improved swing sifter and purifier that cleans and grades tho wheat has been put in tho mill Custom trado catered to and solicited Wholesale trado invited to buy our pure flour and thus please customers Thoroughly remodeled now machinory installed now bolting cloths added capacity increased to J50 te DANIEL DICK Attracts Lightning Says Miller and Wheat Buyer CLOVERPORT Opens Monday ADDISON KY Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ l03S HOW MEN DIE When the Jlauser Bullet Strikes Them In a Fatal Spot Wounded Kilward Marthall fn Scrlbneri Clean blood means a clean skin No beauty without it Cascarets Candy Cathartic clean your blood and keep it clean by stirring up the lazy liver and driving all im- Begin to day to from Euritiea pimples the body boils blotches blackheads and thai sickly bilious complexion by taking Cascarets beauty for ten cents All druggists satisfaction guaranteed 100250600 Â¬ Uenuty la Illood Deep i men shot Every one went down in a lump without cries without jumping up in the air without throwing up hands They just went down like cloda in the grass It seemed to me that that the terrible thud with which they struck the earth was more penetrating than the sound of guns some were Some were only wounded dead There is much that is awe inspiring about the death of soldiers on tb battle Â¬ field Almost all of us have seen men or women die bnt they have died in their carefully arranged beds with doctors daintly hoarding the flickering spark with loved oaea clustered about But death from disease is less awiul than bullets On the battlefield thtro nre no delicate scientific problems of straigd microbes to be solved There is no put Â¬ nothing ting no coddling nothing aothlng but death The man lives lib is strong he is vital every muscle in him is at its fullest tension when suddenly chug he is dead That chug of the bullets striking flesh is nearly always plainly audible But bullets which are billeted bo far as I know do not sing on their way They go silently grimly to their mark and the man is lacerated and torn or dead I did not hear the bullet shriek that killed Ilamlltou Fish I did not hear the bullets shriek which struck the many others who were wound ed while I was near them I did not hear the bullet shriek which struck me I saw many HARDIN GROVE IND Alfred HeBton Hardinaburg Ky was and blue birds orioles turpials negritos parrots and a thous and kinds of songsters and birds of bril Â¬ liant plumage flit from tree to tree The naturalist Poey says there are 011 distinct species of fish in the Cuban waters Among those that delight the sportsman are the red snapper liata manta gal lego cubera surela and garfish The sierra which weighs from forty to sixty pounds is extremely game as is the ronco so called because It snores when brought out of thehwater For heavy sport fishing for sharks which are good for nothing or the gusa which weigbs from 400 to COO pounds and Is excellent eating offers abundant exer-Â¬ cise It is a daily occurrence see schools of fish numbering from hundreds to many thousands each fish weighing from one to four pounds swimming around the bays and harbors waiting for a bait Any American who enjoys good flailing can find his fondest dreams moro than satisfied in Cuba Delicious shrimps crabs and lobsters oysters and clams abound The lobsters have no claws snd weigh from two to eight pounds They nru caught at night in shallow places along the sandy beach n torch harpoon And net being the nec- Â¬ essary outfit Some of the rivers abound in alligators but few hunt them Â¬ woods Mocking the Hawesville Plaindealer There is a spot on the W S Ashby place five miles above the city where lightening strikes every time it becomes cloudy Not a living bush or a tree in 100 yards of the spot is standing and if you place a chunk of wood on It it is struck the first day it rains or gets cloudy The only way he accounts for it is that some mineral is near the sur- Â¬ Primary Department face that attracts the lightning Intermediate Department at - HIGH August - SCHOOL FALL TERM 29th 1898 160 Per Month 175 200 3 00 TERMS My Specialty IS Advanced Department Academic Department Teachers Course HORSE SHOEING -- But 1 can do all kinds ot State Certificate StateDiploma Music Department 50 cents per lesson or 1050 per quarter 300 350 400 BLACKSrVUTHING WAGON MAKING AND GENERAL REPAIRING in tip top style I guarantee all my work When you need S anything in my lino consult 1 mo T J I Good Board in the best of homes may be had from 2 00 to 250 per week Personal interest tnken in hit pupils SEND FOR CATALOGUE ADDRESS WILL PAUL Irvinc ton Ey S jj E HANCOCK Principal nnd Business Malinger Cloverport Kentucky BANK OF gpSSS33433SSfcS- HAEDIBTSBUHG WILL MILLER Vice President M II BEAltD Casl ier B WANTED SALARY PANTS Agent or Branch Manager In every city or town or SSS 23SSS C I 111 HUNTER TAILORING CO SUITS 1000 j F BEAKD President S300 TO S50 TO 4000Y n Mnde to 1 Fit Guaranteed and Riir monta kept In ropalrl foroueyear 057 COMMISSION j i in this vicinity Sunday Hardin Whltmarsh has been having wore chillH for the past few days The peoplo of this community A Great Deal of unnecessary expenditure of time and money may be saveiHf ypa wlll only kep a bottle of Dr CadweltsSyrup Pep- jta In the bouse mae venm oi an or wry sickneea is from the stomach Hep that organ in proper condition and all will be yell Syrup Pepsin is a pe elfte Trial size bottles 10c largo sizes We sad 100 of Chaa O Martin Britains Navy The pereotrl of the British Navy has almost doubled itself since 1B58 Ou April 1 of that yar the total number of oftosra men boys and marines was 55 138 j exactly 10 years later it stood at M304 04 be 1st of April 1878 It Hood at 66773 and on the 1st of April 1888 at W638 The strength of the aavy three moaWte ago was as follows Xxee live tmuwh 44388 offleew mm ami m boys Kafliawer Ihsmi wen Ac other bfaaofcee 118m 17006 of men and boys Royal Maria tors and men the aajtregate etreoaiu of the four toioWssj tM men and boys delighted with the rain Monday Mrs Richard Pearson of Homo is visiting her sister Mrs Clarance Wheel- Â¬ er Mr and Mrs Mattingly of Sample Ky are visiting their sou Jack Matting Â¬ ly Miss Adele Whltmarsh and Mies Edith Wheeler will visit in Cannelton this week Mr and Mrs S S Connor of Romo have beeu visiting Mr and Mrs J D Brashear Quite a number of young peoplo of this place attended church at Stephens port Tuesday night The Misses Wheeler and their visitors the Misses Hambleton attended the races at Cannelton Monday Arthur Mattingly left for RhodellA Friday He will conduct a school at that place this coming winter Misses Anna and Jane Hambleton of Cloverport aro the guests of Misses Bernico and Eunice Wheeler Miss Louise Hardin has purchased the Ackerrnan property in Roim Ind and will shortly move her store to that place Misses Llnnle and Mannie Brashear have returned from Sample accompanied by Miss Nellie Miller and Mr Harvey Wlllet Miss Adele Whltmarsh entertained at her home Monday evening in honor of the Misses Wheeler aud their gjiesta of Cloverport Ky Mrs Ida Baggot entertained at elx oclock dlnuer Thursday evening In honor of the Misses Hambleton of Clov- Â¬ erport Covers were laid for twelve Make No Mistake Marvel of a Graphophoae Onoo tho wonders of the end of the century is the home Grapbophone that will reproduce any kind of musjc or any sound One can arrange a full program of the most attractive band orchestral or vocal music and vary it every evening On the Grapbophone one can record the huinau voice or any sound and reproduce it at once You can keep the voices of your friends to be heard whenever you wish Graphophones made for home entertainment can be bought as low as 10 Write for catalogue 30 to the Columbia FuoNooitArn Co No 010 Pennsylvania Ave Washington D O FIVE MILLION DOLLARS OW 1 BEARD MORRIS ESKRIDUK M JOLLY I R Samples and self measure blanks sent by mail - Dlreotor INTEREST PAID ON TINE DEPOSITS Tile Klllpire T 1 Grain and Fertilizer II i s Websters International Dictionary Suecettor of the Ho J T T J XV X J J T a Stronger Hold Upon the Farmers Than Ever The Ono Great Standard Authority X Unabridotd a V writes lion 1 J llrewtr Hupnina Court J uUca V faaakvJJH JUaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaV ni ih it H novt Printing Offlw the It 8 Huprtius Court all the Male Mi near rireiiHiouruanuui lT Slate Ruixrtnlf mtenU of HctiooU ollnie 1realdniUjuKlotherlUuratore annual wunoui nuniocr In Standard Guaranteed tobacco uablt cure makes weak men strong blood pure Wo II All druggists STAND FIRM for Fifty Cents Will be put In Kentucky Farmers faKat Pockets by Wheat Commissioner Lucas of the State The Agricultural Department says estimated acreage of wheat harvested in Kontncky this year was 62707S acres the estimated acreage yield fourteen bushels per acre giving a total yield of 8701002 bushels The average price was estimated August 1 to be sixty six cents per bushel which would make the crop worth 14802515 The estimated acreage of corn is 80 percent of the 1897 or 1871 0W acres The estimated acreage of tobacco is 123 per cent of the acreage of 1S97 pr 103 No estimation the yield for 023 acres either corn or tobacco haye yet been made which mades it impossible to give an estimate of what these crops will be worth to the farmor When you call for DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve the great pile cure dont accept anything else Dont be talked Into accepting a substitute Tor ptlee for sores for burns Short A Haynes A Before taLaLaB Vaniily Commended Iiivaluulilo That Is the Advloe Tobacoo Bea Miller Gives Growers 5a 5 ar C9 tin bonaekoM and to tl IMtphnr arhnlar oro n i leiuionai luau uuu ac EJuMi t urn tor itclmen iMyti tent on dpjpl cotton to C i aierrluiii ColHUlIsUerH P I Ben F Miller furnishes the Inquiror with some interesting facts and figures i V- a Remember if you dont want to make a mistake In the education of your child put it under the care and training of Prof Crebbe and wif is their school at IrvlsgtoB Ky You will not only bene it yowr child hat you will save money Trtttti wean wlU People have learn Â¬ ed that DeWltts Utile Early Rtsoas aro reliable IW plUs for waaUtfa tfca bowels earing eowtlpatiow asd tick heMaohe Tboy doat grip 8lot 4 Hajraos ce ocr 1 bearing out what he had to say some weeks ago in predicting the good tobacco ilia figures show that the amount of plug fine cut and smoking tobacco used by the manufactures In the month of April this year was 35783407 pounds Ho thinks from the statistics on the subject that this is a fair average arid that the total for the year will be nut lees than 430000000 pounds He his no means of kuowing bow much weat ieto cigars and cigarettes though the quanity was enormous On July 1 there were stocks of western tobacco of 47801 hogshead of about 000 pounds each At the seaboard 63547 bogheads with a weight of about 800 pounds each a total of 85009 500 pounds or a little lees than a three monthe supply at the April rate of con Â¬ sumption The original supply in the hands of producers is an unknown quaatty but It cannot be great The manufacturers will certainly eadsayor to pre Â¬ keep up their stocks aa they they do sat want to iaeeeasa sent if bew oat of the new erop and as it has hows that Korope U pWlealy bar of teeaaee and prices are getting high on Ute other aide It hi Mr Millers opinion that any kind of tofceoeo will briag a good pries It the iaraww wttl oaly stead I first Ofwaboto Isvaim lliolrunl lirlilKuwiiU or wtiMUra international inruon rv In the various alvs bear our traJe nuuk on Websters Dictionaries wtvit Hprlngflcld Hail Ita not lua deceived In ZiyYJi o called All suthentle the cute wvrrahowulu IwQHIo 6 X JjSS J ymmmfJ BanwW laVfWKsUll wniry IraflwMKMI ocTuuNry 6 X J HHunsche It distributes Fertilizer tho flame time it sows eoetl It paves 15 nor cent of tho phosphate It does its work well and cost for repairs is lighter than for othor machines It is warrantod to be of good ma terial and to do tho work it is intended to do You can get your choice of the Plain Hoe or Disc Drill Â¬ THE EMPIRE IS TIIE BEST The TAILOR Will be in Glover port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month with Gasper May Co IND K CANNELTON IT THE SOIL FEEDSBono Fertilizer makes weak soil Fino Ground strong and builds it up ho that instead of being poor it becomes rich and produces generous crops It contains Nitrogen ccause of its large proportion of animal matter is tho Ammonia Phosphoric Acid and Bone Plios- Doctor your farm with a soil enrichor that Fighting Parson a woanded trooper as the fight began to grow I wee and work his way to the front of theflghting line Colonel Roosevelt emoaWated Aeuefdjag to the artielea el war Chapiila ye are set allowed ta hasdle ttrearaui D b the artleloa of war I easts the Heres where I am quick respoase And there he stayed needed row Arliosa Santiago Chaplain llrown of was seen to seUe the carbine of KING OF FERTILIZERS FOR EMPIRE DRILLS and Jones Fine Ground Bone Fertilizers SDR OALDWCLUS PEPSIN INDISCSVrlON Vaaf HtSlrt8flg8l Leek a ft a4 fee how you Uwl wtth tbU Pthyer ON YOUR LABEL IS A DATS TT aw- - W XT r km islffl I V mJLmmkmt III mMm lanlnswl I Li1 On Minute That U Crack Cure curtM t M wm saa4 tar MeQUADY XIKTUOKY 8 THE BREOKRNRIDQR N3W KENTUCKY FROM ClUOVElRPOR m KY i CHANCES LIKE THIS FOpT TO Wtee DONT COME EVERY DAY Tho old Hardin Homestead ono of tho best farms in Breckenridgo county will bo sold to tho highest and best bidder at tho Court Houso Door HARDINSBURC Monday September 19 1898 COUNTY COURT DAY Tho farm consists of 330 acres of land well watered by Clover and Boeck Fork Creeks Public roads run around tho place A good dwelling houso excellent barn and granary hay press two tenant houses and a largo young orchard compriso somo of tho improveÂ¬ ments bid will bo accepted It will be divided into three parts and sold as a whole COME PREPARED TO BID The best JAMES R SKILLMAN Special Commissioner Breckenridge WEDNEHDAY News 14 1898 CONTRACTS The Cramps FOR BATTLESHIPS SEPT Union Iron Works and Newport News Company Will Each set One 8 THE QAME OF LIFE Washington Sept This tile is like a tame ol cards The Nava Which mortals have to learn Each shutHei cuts and deals the pack And each a trump doth turn Some bring a high card to the top And some do bring a low Some hold a hand quite full of trumps And some but few can show In playing some throw out thir trumps Their winning cards to sae borne play the king some play the deuce Hut many play the knave Some play for money some for love Some play for worldly fame Hut not until all hands are played Can any count hfs game When heart are trumps we play for love And pleasure rules the hour No thought of sorrow checks our joys In beautys rosy bower We laugh we dance sweet verses write Our cards nt random play And while the heart remains on top Our lifes a holiday When diamonds chance to rule the pack I Le players stale their gold And heavy sums are lou and won Board on construction at a meeting today agreed unanimously to recommend to the Secretary of the Navy that contracts for the construction of the three battle Â¬ ships authorized at the last session of Congress be awarded to the the Cramps of Philadelphia the Union Iron Works of San Francisco and the Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company of Virginia each concern to get one ship The board also agreed to recommend changes in the plans of the vessels so that the speed requirement will be more Ilyplajers joungand old Each one Intent upon the game Doth watch with eager eye 1 hat he m ly see his neighbors cards And beat him on the sly When clubs are trumps look out for war On ocean and on land For awful deeds of blood are done When clubs are held in hand Then lives are staked Instead of gold And dogs of war are freed And sad it is for any land When clubs are In the lead Last gameof all is when the spade Is turned by hand of time I le waits the end oi players games In every age and clime No matter how much each one wins Or how much each one saves 1 he spade will reckon up the game And dig the players graves Cincinnati Commercial Tribune DeHaven Alvin Dellnvun son of Frank and Mrs Halie DeHaven was born in Brecken ridse Co Ky Oct 10 18S4 and depart Â¬ ed this lite at home near Hardinsburg Ky Aug 29 1898 He being the only child of his parents his death wai quite a blow but God had given him to them for only a few years to brighten their lives and Hweeten their home and then took him back unto Himself Alvin was a very bright cheerful boy and made bis home so happy All that knew him loved him His teacher in speaking of hltn to me said that he was the bright Â¬ est boy he ever knew While it is very hard to give this dear boy up we must bow iu humble submission to the will of God knowing that he does all things right Curing Alvlus illness he talked to his mother about dying he told her beloved the Lord and that he believed He was going to take him home to heaven and that he wanted to obey Him in every thing Yes Alvin has gone to glory to sit aj a magnet to draw the affections of father and mother heavenward and Oh may this treasure in heaveu bo fasten their directions that earth can never de Â¬ coy them away Bereaved ones look up there is a Bhinlng providence behind every cloud If we will only be faithful a few more years we will all be safely housed in our Fathers bouse of many mansions prepared for the faithful 1 than eighteen knots Assurances have already been received from the three shipbuilding firms that they will abide by any reasonable changes in the plans submitted by them in order to secure the contracts This action of the board disposes of the embarrassment experienced by the Navy Department in deciding to change the plans of the battleships after bids had been submitted so as to provide for increased speed According to the plans agreed on by the Construction Board the ships must show a speed development of not leas than a fraction over eighteen knots The actual requirement will probably be about 182 knots Each ship must have an indicated horse power of 10000 have a coal capacity of 2000 tons and a steaming radius of 10000 knots at ten knots an hour The plans agreed on by the board are practically those submitted by the Cramps which provided for a tonnage of 12500 and an increase iu length over the plans for the sixteen and seventeen knot ships originally contemplated of about sixteen feet The plans presented by the Newport News Company for an eighteen knot vessel provided for a dis-Â¬ placement of 12150 tons and a lengthen Â¬ ing by twelve feet while the Union Iron Works proposed to build a ship of 12200 tons displacement with twenty feet added to the length After considering all these plans carefully the Board on Construction decided on plans of its own but greatly similar to those of the Cramps The type of vessel contemplated is considered by naval experts to be the ideal ship of its size and the board will recommend that battleships to be authorized in the future be constructed on the same general plans Some changesj were made in the armament originally designed which will result in increasing the efllciency of the vessels for fighting purposes It was said today that the reports of a controversy among the members of tho baard wero much exaggerated and the unanimous agree Â¬ ment indicated how thoroughly agreed the board was as to the kind of ship that should be constructed Â¬ Ohio Woman Suffered Brest Agony 8tory of Terrible 8ors--H- i From tho Case and Her Cure For many years I waa aOlictcd with a milk leg ahd a fdvv years ago It brbke out With a Flavor Suitable to the in a soro and spread from ray foot to my knee I suffered great agony It would Local Palate burn and itch all tho time and dlschargo a great deal My health Wat good with What Is Going On In the State Around the exception of thli soro I tried a great many kinds ol salve but some would About Us lrrltnto tho sore so that I could hardly stand the pain I could not go near tho Thomas Johnson aged 101 reputed to lira without suffering Intensely Borne one be the oldest white man in Kentucky sent me papers containing testimonials of cures by llooda Barsaparllla and I told died at homo near Doylesvllle Friday He had been blind and an invalid for my husband 1 would llko to try this med- Â¬ twenty years He leaves a largo poster- Â¬ icine Ho got me a bottle and I found It helped mo 1 kept on taking it until my ity I cannot limb was completely healed Commissioner of Agriculture Lucas praise Hoods Baraaparllla enough for tho Moore reports an average condition of great benefit it hai been to mo It cleanses tho blood of all Impurities and corn crop of 105 per cent and the great Mrs Anna K est yield iu jears Of the wheat crop he leaves It rich and pure says It Is estimated that 74 per cent Eaken Whlttlcsoy Ohio You can buy Hoods Barsaparllla of all of crop of westc m section remained in druggists Be sure to get only Hoods 1 the hands of the farmers September s aro avorlt faiMljr Aim In central sections 07 per cent was in I nOOU S Dills cathartic Prico 25c rUIS the fanners hands on same date and in the eastern section 87 per cent was un- Â¬ RECENT JOKES On September 1 1897 tho estimat Â¬ sold ed per cent of wheat still in the bauds Uncle what breed of chickens is the of farmers was 50 per cent Estimating Well Bah de white ones is de the damage resulting from rain bIiowb best that 1C per cent of the crop was damaged easiest found and de dahk ones is de while in shock and stack in the western easiest hid arter yo gets em section 11 per cent was damaged in The place was robbed last night central section and 13 per cent in east Â¬ Indeed What was taken Nearjy ern section The tobacco crop is esti everything in fact tho only thing not mated at 90 per cent disturbed was the watchman A Chinese gentleman always sends a The Elizabethlown fair hed last week was dally attended by largo crowds It pair of geese to the lady of his choice Among enlightened nations the man was the most successful hold in years goes himself It is a matter of number Whittinghill Bros merchants of Mad it will be observed isonville have made an assignment That youngest boy of yours does not Tho fifty third session of tho Methodist seem to be a credit to you said the Episcopal church South will conyeuo white man to Uncle Mose No Bah in Chestnut street Methodist church be said Uncle Mose He is de wust chile tweon Eigth and Ninth streets in Louis- Â¬ I has He is mighty bad Hes de white ville on Wednesday Sept 21 It wjll sheep of do famly Bah continue in session until the following Clara I dont think Grace cares very Bishop J C Cranberry of Monday much for her husband Jessie Why Virginia will preside There are about Clara Well he was detained at his 1C0 ministers in the Louisville Confer- Â¬ office until 8 oclock one evening last ence all of whom will bo subject to week and it never occurred to her that change of labor by the deliberataons of he might be killed or something that body Ktlucnte Tour Ilowels With Cascarets Life Wastes ITEMS THE DAVIESS COUNTY FAIR W R3 OCT 4 Five IHili OWENSBORO KY XUBLnTCgfff liiWI I m Running E B RflM nBMi SKAH j83jS I II 3 7 S 98 mlTJAtm3mv Premiums in II S t Wssmm and lW Purses Extrava Trotting ESmj au Milt ImSiM gantly I Pacing I B Races j iMfJKSnKSKK utBHBKSKsBsSmSBKSKBm llllllHiBsHHHnHBrlHH A 01d I la Eighty MWtfTfftnBHBM A Time Fair- Secretary g Entries g Dr MBBaSBISiKKKlKSfKKii SPECIAL ATTRACTION J H HICKMAN President J W CARTER Candy Cathartic euro constipation forcvor 10e25c If CCC fall druggists refund money The Triumphs of Punctuality A singular mischance has happenpd said Hamilton to some of our friends A Horrible War Story At the instant when He ushered them into existence God gavo them a work to do and He also gave them a competency of time to much that if they began at the right moment and wrought with sufficient vigor their time and their work would end together But a good many years ago a strange misfortune be Â¬ A fragment of their allotted fell them time was lost They cannot tell what became of it but sure enough it has dropped out of existence for just like two measuring lines laid alongside the one an inch shorter than the other their work and their time tun parallel but the work is always ten minutes in advance of the time They are not irregular They are never too soon Their letters are posted the very minute alter the mail is closed They airiye at the wharf juet in time ta see the steamboat off they come in sight of the terminus precisely as the station gates are closing They do not break any engagement nor neg- Â¬ lect any duty but they systematically go about it too lute and usually too late by about the same fatal interval Punctuality 1b the soul of business as brevity of wit Every business man knows that there are moments on which hang the destiny of years If you arrive a few minutes late at the bank vour paper may be pro- Â¬ tested and your credit ruined During the first seven years of his mercantile career Amos Lawrence did not permit a bill to remain unsettled over Sunday Punctuality is said to be the po iteness of kings Some men are always running to catch up with their business they are always in a hurry and give you the im- Â¬ pression that they are late for a train They lack method and seldom accom- Â¬ plish much Some one has said that promptness is a contagious inspiration Whether it be an inspiration or an acquirement it is one of the practical virtues of civiliÂ¬ Many a wasted life dates its ruin from Too late can a loss of five minutes be read between the lines on the tomb- Â¬ stone of many a man who has failed A few minutes often makes all the differ- Â¬ ence between victory and defeat success and failure A conductors watch is behind timnf and a frightful railway collision occurs A leading Arm with enormous assets be- Â¬ comes bankrupt because an agent is tardy in transmitting available funds as ordered An innocont man is hanged because the messenger bearing a re- Â¬ prieve stops five minutes to hear a trivial story and misses a train or steamer by one minute Haste post haste Haste for thy life wai frequently written upon mes- Â¬ sages in the days of Henry VIII of Eng Â¬ land with a picture of a courier swing ing from a gibbet Postofllces were un- Â¬ known and letters were carried by gov ernment messengers subject to hanging if they delayed upon the road Even in the old slow days of stage- Â¬ coaches when it took a month of dan Â¬ gerous traveling to accomplish the dis Â¬ tune i we can now span In a few hours unnecessary delay was a crime One of the greatest gains civilization has made is in meusuring and utilizing time We can do as much in an hour to day as they could in twenty hours a hundred years ago audit It was a banging affair then to lose a few minutes what should the penalty be now for a like offense Better late than never is not half so good a maxim as better never late Â¬ Â¬ more than one fifth of the area of its colonial possessions This Empire ranks third iu regard to extent of colonial ter- Â¬ ritory and sixth in colonial population Great Britain the largest of all colo- Â¬ nizers has an area of less than 121000 square miles at home and nearly 17000 000 square miles abroad with a mother- Â¬ land population of nearly 40000000 and a colonial of about 322000000 The home nrea of France is less than one tenth of its colonial and its colonial population is greater than the popula- Â¬ tion of the motherland by about 0000 000 Germany Spain Italy and Den- Â¬ mark have more people at home than iu their colonies but their colonial area are much larger The most curious of all is Holland with a home area of less than 13000 square miles and a colonial of nearly 600000 and a home population of about one eighth of its colonial Exchange Â¬ SOME THINGS We Want You to Know We do not want to carry our old stock of goods to our new house It will entail a great expense We want to start in with an absolutely fresh line of general merchandise To sell our old stock we have reduced the price on everytning You Will Save From iO to 50 Cents M M T It 1 MJa stores lost manhood 1 makes tou stronreag- i 400000 a paur- - casescureil UUT miiemiwiuci own drupgUtwbo wlll vouch for ai -e it with 11 j Hf Ooa R JPUlpAtlpntl7pnUtentl VJW ugici uBussuj cures wi ie to core or we refund money Anil teed Slertbif J C CUufo MMtrMlt lw It rests with you whether you continue tbiv ncrre kllllnc tobacco habit H ACfi remoTos the desire tortobacco wltbg Vf sw outhervouadlitrssl expels 11 J sV tine purifies the blood nlco--f- 1 On every dollar purchase of us rA U3tai rf smlyour Iri SHELLMAN IRVINGTON KY CjL SSSWVSSV Sf Mai iii YeakeFs Great SALE MITCH MEYER S THE Success TaUo Cuscarets Candy Cathartic 10c orSSe If G O C fail to cure druggists refund money G LEARANCE To Cure Constipation Forever osr GENERAL MERCHANT AT CUSTER Seed of Corn 3000 Years Old We are Closing Out Goods Must Go 60 pes Calico worth 5c tit 8c 10 pea Blue Cottonado worth 15c at 9c and 1 hojc samplo Slippers Shoes at 49c 1 set Window Shades 10c each Good Bleached Cotton at 5o Ladios Corsets worth 50o i zation Success At the crystal rivers brink We shall nod each broken link So sweet day by and by Jknnik Bakbk FIomI Ky Sept 8 189S Why Locomotives Are Numbered and Not Named A prominent railroad man tells me old custom of naming engines in stead of numbering them was done away with because there was such a pressur brought to bear in favor of this that and that the other locality The various influences used became so annoying to the officials that they decided to adopt the plan of numbering tho locomotives which was done A similar nuisance exists at Wash Â¬ Proba Â¬ ington in the Navy Department bly during tho late war Sacretary Long was pestered more with people who want ed vessels named In honor of somebody or something than he was with all the other questions which came before him put together Boston Record And now for a bt of horror presented in grim terseness by the Quartermaster Sergeant The day we landed he said I saw an old man who was a prisoner lying on the ground under a sort of shed He was a Cuban and the CubanB had made him a prisoner for stealing a horse He said the horse was his and anyhow he took it to eat bocause he was starviug When the Cubans found the old man eating the dead horse they said he must be punished as a thief so they fixed one of his feet to a sort of stockade with his body stretched on the ground Then they smashed the carcass of the horse into chunks and piled them up by his head The idea was that the old Cuban wanted to eat stolen horse so theyd give him a good dose of it I dont know how long he had been lying that way when wo found him but the smell from that horse meat was something frightful it was moro than a man could stand a hundred yards off There were maggots crawling oyer the bones and the meat was olack When the old man got hungry enough hed reach out for a bone tear off what he wanted and eat it and a Cuban sentry was on guard thero to see that he didnt getaway Hows that for good Samari tan business We didnt do a thing to that sentry but kick him Into the woods and then we set the old roan free He was pretty glad too Leslies Weekly Â¬ Eczema The Only Cure Eczema is moro than n skin disease and no skin remedies can cure-- it The doctors are unablo to effect a cure and their mineral mixtures nro damaging to tho most powerful constitution The whole trouble Is in the blood and Swifts Spcciilo is the only remedy which can ruuch such deep seated blood diseases Eczema broke out on my daughter and ooa- - tlnued to spread until bar head naa entirely covered She waa treated by several good dootore but grew worse and the dreadful disease spread to her face She was taken to two celebrated tsVtiMjaiTf health springs but re It Hits the Spot ceived no benefit Many patent medicines were taken but without re Â¬ When suffering from a severe cold and sult until wu decided to try 8 S 8 and by the time the first bottlo was finished her head be your throat and lungs feel sore take a gan to heal A doien bottles cured her com I Honey and Tar pletely and left her skin perfectly smooth She dose of Foleys I Is now sixteen years old and has a magnificent wheu the sore lures will be at Not a of arowtn has hair returned sign of the dreadful once relelvedj ever st warm great- II T 8hoi ful feeling and Dealing ot the parts afÂ¬ 3TM Lucas At St Louis Mo Dont expect local applications of fected will be experienced and you will soaps ana salves to euro eczema They say It feels so good It hits the spot reach only the surface while the df-- It is guaranteed A H Fis ter Clover seaso comes from within Swifts port Gordon llayUea Patesville Bpeclflo It A Bhellman Stephensport E A eWtsKeV Three or four years since an Indian mound in Arkansas was being excavated when an earthen jar was found hermeti- Â¬ cally sealed that contained a small qaan t ty of grains of Indian corn Some of the grains were the next year planted in Missouri and several bushels raised fin the top of the mound from which the jar was dug out a large tree four feet in diameter was growing and it is thought the corn lay buried about 3000 years Squire James L Neal one of our most prosperous and progressive farmers sent and procured a small quantity of the corn paying over two cents a grain This he planted last year but the yield was email on account ol the drouth He saved enough however to get in a good patch this year He has used it for roasting ears and says it is the best he ever had The ears are not large but grow two or three ou a single a stalk The one thing peculiar about this corn la its color or rather colors On the same cob are grains of different colois and In the row you can find an ear that is white another that is blood red one salmon color and another perfectly black Harrodsburg Sayings Is breaking his own record of Low Prices He has al Â¬ ways given his customors tho benefit of money saving bar- Â¬ gains but this month ho outclasses himself Everything in his store has been marked to bed rock Ho has in- augurated a PROFIT SHARING PLAN BUSINESS OF DOING To know more about it call at at 25c Remnants Silks at your own prico Ladies VeBts at 4o Boys VeBts at So Ladies Hose 10c quality at 5c 10c 15c and 20o Organdies MITCH MEYERS STORE CUSTER KENTUCKY S at5o IU doz Century Corsets worth 100 our prico 49o Best Jeans PantB 49o 86 Mens all wool filling suits worth 07 at 398 Irvington College E O Orabbe and wife will open their School ton on the at Irving- - Sample Hats at your own price FIRST MONDAY IN OCTOBER Pupils will bo charged from tho time they enter until the end of Tho school year will consist of two torms Tuition is duo Thero will be no doduction for any time lost Full Corps in advance of Competent Teachers mnSmm Groceries 20 lbs nice Sugar U 00 10 bars St Louis Soap at 25o Good Coal Oil lOo per gal GoodGroon Coffee 8 IbB for 25o the term Â¬ BIQ CUT IN ALL DEPARTMENT -- - lefWS - Tuition in tho Literary Departments as follows Collegiato School 2000 per pupil per term Business School 1 t 2000 Normal School 2000 Intermediate School m 1500 Primary School 1000 Incidental Peo 100 Music Art and Elocution will be charged extra Special torms to toachora desiring to bettor qualify thewMlyMi for their professions Any variance from tho above terrna must be in writing and igHd by the Principal For further information address Look Box 8 More than twenty million free sample A Household Necessity of DeWltts Witch Hazel Salve bare No family should be without Foleys manufacturers been distributed by the What better proof of their confidence la Collo Cure for all bowel complaints A K Fisher Cloverport R A Shell- its eriU do you wast Jt cures piles Haynes burns scalds tores la the shortest trues man Siephensport Gordon j Fatmllle j K A Witt Hsrdltwburg ot Uanv StMwt HayBss What LaHd HuRger Has Dobs for the only cure and will reach the most Europe obstinate case It is far ahead of all Great Britain France Holland and similar remedies because It cures eases which are beyond their reach 8 g S Is Portugal have bow more Inhabitants in purely vegotable and Is tho only blood their colonial possessions and protector remedy guaranteed to contain no potÂ¬ ates than there are at heme Including ash mercury or other mineral Books mailed free by Swift SfMtfe the reeently leased territory In Cbiim Ooeipftoy Atlanta Georgia the German Empire proper has set niteh U Â¬ Blood Witt Hardlnaburg Geo Ycakcl I J ift Co Brandenburg Ky isww V1STT TTS r Irvington Bredtumdg Ooaaiy JCy Atif fifTi ttfj iM3jt mJ4i vksLll