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THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS THATS ALxLx THE NEWS KIT TO PRINT VOL XXIII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 28 1898 i NO 11 i WE ARE Very very proud of our showing of J FALL GOODS In every part of our store B F BE ARD HARDINSBURG MVWWWWWWMVWWWWWWWWWVWWMWMMMMlVWIW CO BOYS WE ARE No longer cramped for room WE HAVE Added largely to our floor snace KENTUCKY gj CLOTHING Last week we bought a big lino two pieco suits at a sum that puts us in a position to meet of boys all competitors Tho suits aro made of the very best material Tho sowing is perfect all reams and parts of tho garmont most ox posed to the wear and tear and rough and tumblo features of school boy life aro reinforced The material and the careful workmanship on each garment CLOTIIfNG DEPARTMENT Owing to a lack of floor spaco in former years wo have nover boen ablo to give our trade the variety and selection of goods wo desired But owing to our increased facili Â¬ ties this year wo are able to do justice to our customers We now have the most thoroughly equipped Clothing Department in this part of the State The stock of goods is very largo We pride ourselves upon the excellence in quality and appearance of alUtho Suits wo ANNOUNCEMENT Never before in the history of our store have we carried so exten- Â¬ sive a lino of FALL GOODS as vjo now have on hands This has been made possible by the extensive alterations to our store which has given us thousands of feet of additional space for display and storage purposes Everything in stock is absolutely NEW and In every department you find goods that are the prevailing styles in Cincinnati Louisville and other largo cities PATRONIZE US AND YOU WILL BE IN THE 1898 PROCESSION GETTING THIS YEARS GOODS FOR YOUR MONEY UP-TO-DA- TE oi l handle We have Good Save MENS SUITS at We havo the bettor grades ranging in prico to 500 ZU Â¬ Stitches and Patches which will be appreciated by every Qf mother who has a boy whoso capa- - our motto to give every man his moneys worth unless he in sists upon something cheap It is vwvwvvvvwvvwvwvwvvvwvvwvwlvwvwvw ciiy ior tearing ms ciomes is greai- or than her ability to mend them These suits wore made for tho city trado and they are neat in appearance In fact fact they are tho correct thing ntcriTio A Harvest of Money Saving Bargains in the General Dry Goods Department for the Buying Public Turkey per yard Red Table Damask guaranteed fast color Q fl These Figures Mean a Profit to You 10 4 p ZUu Figured Bleached Tablo Dam Â¬ ask 57 inches wide O C per yard UU a Calico in Fancy Patterns ty designs pret IIOOSIER by the bolt DOMESTIC Per yard 3c Per yard 3ic Ladies full Underskirts colors length Flannel assorted 50c BLANKETS colors in bright TABLE OIL colors CLOTH in I all Per pair JUlf PQ Per yard VU Cp What Si Will Buy j i fr Hats fl fT SHOE giving DEPARTMENT 250 Fancy Goods Department Laco Curtains from 50c a pair to Chineso DrapericH 10c per DRESS GOODS BPBIB and Caps Jj An immense amount of spaco is devoted to our display of 5hocsrtJkVohavo several leaders but wo havo no npsitancy in fHH Its The Brown Shoe No better shoe was over made than this It com- Â¬ first place bines style and service in a happy manner It is well mado and nothing but A No 1 material enters into it yard Denim Draperies all colors 12c Tho ladies of Breckenridge and the surrounding counties will find this department to bo most com- Â¬ plete The stock embraces a beau tiful line of Henriettas Serges Brillantines Ladies Cloth Broad Cloth in fact ever thing that Damo Prices range Fashion demands from Â¬ 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 dozen Clothes Pins lbs Laundry Soap Spool Clarks Thread black or white lb Good Green or Boasted Coffee 01 05 03 10 02 10 You tu Swan have all heard of the famous Brand of Hats the Box Blueing Jug Vinegarwo furnish jug C Tin Bucket 10 yards Fancy Calico 1 Paper Pins long kind we handle Its as neat as the Stetson and possesses all the Knox good qualities of the The only difference between tho of Hate and the Swan Brand Stetson and Knox brands is tho You can get difference in prico the Swan Brand cheaper because you aro not paying for a namo The Swan Brand in 1898 styles is as nobby and handsome as any hat on earth It was made to wear well and to sell Who ever buys tho Swan Brand of Hats always call for it a second time We havo a splendid lino of Caps Can be made happy with our lino of Golf Turkish Fez and Tarn OShanter caps Is a leader in Mens Heavy footwear It has oxtra high tops with no seam in back to rip has a doublo snow excluder Those are a fow of the points that make it a trado winnor Our Storm King It is Large Assortment of It also TURKISH RUGS Thoroughbred Buell Shoe Is another serviceable and stylish shoo is midweights and is suitable for an early autumn wear Wol 75c and upwards Portiers 05 30 01 05 Par Value In midweight a well built shoo with substantial boIcb and coin too is a beautiful and healthful shoo for ladies Its hygenio qualities havo saved school teachers many a doctors bill Dainty little Footstools Chenille Covers 4 Embroidered Silks assorted 15c to 100 per yd The ladies will find that tho selection of fabrics this year has boon mado with a viow to catoring to tho most refined tastes with tho result that everything conforms to tho el Â¬ egance necessary to those who dress well There is a wondorful variety of colors this season but Plaids and the New Blues Greens seems to be the most popu- Â¬ Â¬ 1000 Matches 1 pair Ladies Black Hose 1 Lead Tencil with rubber 1 pair Mens Ribbed Top Hose 1 Box Double Pointed Carpet Tacks 1 Fivo lb Bag Salt fine table 1 Box Elastic Starch 1 Hi inch wash pan t 05 01 05 02 Ladies and Childrens Wants havo boen considered and wo have put in tho nobbiest most stylish and serviceable lines of Ladies and Childrens shoes that tho best manufacturers can furnish Rug Fringes 05 05 05 iL iiljj2gP Little Folks Total Our Shoes will wear out their soles in your service but they will take a long time to do it Squares lar 1 Ladies Misses Cliilurens Wraps Wraps tho first wo Ladies and Gents Furnishings Our lino of Misses have ever carried in stock is just beautiful The Wraps aro in all the latest colors and aro trimmed in tho most stylish manner Childrens Short Cloaks 3 to 7 LIKE A CHURGH it off or not just as your good sense dictates We are glad to have you look This advertisement is an invitation for you to come to our store Its a business opportunity to have a chance to save money on the necessaries of life We give you this chance Just look at the prices quoted in this advertisement They will convince you as to the cheap- Â¬ ness inpriceofthe goods we offer Gome to our store and look over the stock That will convince you that we are selling high quality goods at low quality prices B F BEARD CO TJR SER VICES dont charge Qshowing goods ARE FREE Weof the stock veany tiling for like to show Were so proud We pride ourselves in this line always keep Â¬ ing in cIobo touch with the newest things out A great line of Mens Ladies and Childrens Union Underwear For comfort nothing equals it 60c buys a full suit nicely trimmed and extra good quality years from 75c to 400 Tho 75o garment is trimmed with Angora fur and fancy braid back and front Its your business to buy ii WALDO A line at r Is our brand of Mens Fino Shirts The lino of Ladios Wraps oclipsos any ever shown in former seasons j The Leader is a Ladios Far Trimmed Qapo for i f They aro Tho lino of Babies long Cloaks is simply exquisite finished in cream and tan all silk Btitched and beautifully trimmed Pricen range from 75 CENTS J j 50 GENTS soparate Collars and Cuffs soft and laundried bosom cant be beat Ladies and Gonta Neckwear in Puffs Imporials Teck and Club Ties Largest and beBt as Â¬ sortment A lino of wWMWwiMWiWwwwwivyvvvwvwwywwwywwW S007TOJ i I JL B MENS MACKINTOSHES Bize with Cape full 200 bigSstoire - 1 IV i EL iJF rrm JEnL-AJrsi-L- BEARD jrr PsTioJzJ Lj JiCSt jK CO jC - THE BARGAIN CENTER bMWU wmttkJMk Breckenridge News WKONKaDAY BEPl 8 1898 Neti Sectarlan Prof E 0 Crabbe ban adopted the epleudld plan ol making the Irvlugtou college a non sectarian and non political institution A New Home Eugeno Kingsbury went to Addison Monday where he lias a contract to build a house stable and out buildings for Willium BoultlnghouBOof that placo Do you remember the advice inven by Mr Pickwick when asked what to do in a time of great excitement In such But baid Mr Snodgrass what if there are two mobs cases do as the mob does SHOUT WITH THE LARGEST said Mr Pickwick Volumes could have said no more If you gentle or ferocious reader want to buy Dry Goods the crowd at our place will tell you where to buy them All of the best posted buyers in Owensboro will tell you ours is THE y place to get tne oest bargains FOLLOW THE CROWD V - Its Interesting Frank llaswell the enterprising har Â¬ ness dealer ol this city takes a page of this weeks paper to tell the interesting news of his bnsiuess and bargains It will pay you to read it Road overseer Ksttridge a force of hands the first of continue the opening up Springs road the right-of-whas been partially cleaned ay This Brings Em Thn rtnrrm rrrnni hnrfrnfttH thftt ffliulrfcnml tho lwJirtH of him dreds of buyers Inst week will be- - offered nfcain Vthis week Wo Dress Goods Is n i Our Cloak Department To Open the Road will call out the month to the new Tar of which up Will Work Patterson Hill Magistrate Hardy Walker reports that he is now working 1attersou hill and will have it in fine shape for fall and winter travel in a few weeks He still has 1600 that can be spent for road woik Moved to Rome Never in tho history of our house have woflhad suchla largo and Bplondidfftssorted stock and hayo tho prices boen as Jowl Wo can give youbotter values than anyhouso in tho Stato This is a big 4 assertion but wo rnoan it j Our unnpproachablo facilities for buying enables ticnlly unlimited K -- Bilk and Wool Fanciest 25o us to offer tho following prices All wool Tricots at 25c Jacquard Fancies at 25c Standard Calicoes in Turkey Reds Indigo Blues and Fancies All wool oorgesjitac at 3 c w M Mt All woolVrnotlahlothTfrom50cSpiJ Good yard wido Bleached Cotton attic V U jw Broad Cloths at 59c worthier Good Towels 3 for 10c g fUf Broad Cloths atJ8c wortKtl25 ff k U M Towells 22x36 at 7c Dont forget that we aro selling agents of tho celebrated Gold Medal and Majestic brands of Black Goods They cannot bo -bought elsowhere in Owensboro - f5 Jackets land Capes from the moBt noted cloak makers Our prices this season will bo lower than ever before X and when you buy a garment of us you can rest assured that it will bo upttd dato intyleand choapnr than you will find it clsowhoro fulU of stylish b Clothing Tho stock is immense the styles tho best and the prices just tKo kind to please the most economical and closest buyers We caivfit tho long lean and lank as well as tho fat and corpulent You can Bavo big money by buying your Clothing of us - f g J i JF fifl J 111 V i 1 - g Jf2 Our Carpet Department - Shoes in GOOD Shoes than ALL the other houses in Owensboro combined All made to our order by tho most noted manufacturers on thocbntfncnt Fits and wear- Â¬ ing qualities guaranteed We hope to boo all tho readers of tho BnECKENiUDQE News at our great Fair but if you aro so unfortunato as not to bo able to Wo guarantee satisfaction coirie send us your mail orders Wo have more money invested i ii Co who have been con Â¬ Hardin ducting a guiieral merchandise establish Â¬ ment at Hardin Grove in Perry couuty Ind on Friday moved their stock to Home where they will open up on a larger scale than ever before Its Advantages college will bo a splen Â¬ did school to educate youths of all ages Tho faculty is the best the curriculum the most liberal the environment and site is the moat heal thy and the rates of tuition the lowest of any similar institu- Â¬ Occupies one entire floor of our mammoth house and is full of tho very latest productions of tho looms We also have an immense line of tho more staple goods at prices we know are bound to please you All classes of goods pertaining to house furnishing will be found in this department Millinery Our Millinery Department is one of the chief features of our We have the most artistic and highest priced trim- Â¬ house Kveryjiat trimmed by them is as pretty as mers in the State Wo urgently request you to in- Â¬ a picture and surprisingly cheap spect this stock jf 4 A H B PHILLIPS TWO OLD CITIZENS PAY NATURES DEBT Hon CO BAPTISTS flEET OWENSBORO KY THE BIO CAKE WALK Cloverport Walker Beats Haw esvillcs Champion The Famous Frog Eye Shows His Irvlngtons new Rudes Creek Gathering Was Pleasant One iXSs tion in the state Cancelled His Appointment Hon Charles Olandford announces that he will speak at Shepherdsyllle Monday October 10 He has cancelled his appointment at Hardlnsburg and the date of his speaking there will be an- Â¬ nounced later Dudley Hambleton Julius Hardin Has Been Passes Away Laid to Rest In Durance Vile The following are the tenants of the Meade county jail who are being held to Was a Consistent Member of the Baptist await trial Oscar Logsdon rape Jokn Church Welch forgery George McClure house breaking John Moseley and Mack Long robbery Thomas Fowler grand larceny Hon Dudley Hambleton a roan who was loved by all who knew him died Eloped early Tuesday morning For a week he has been hovering Aleck Vance of Tennessee came to Cloverport very quietly last week and between life and death and although The couple his precarious condition was known to won Miss Mary Deau eloped to Cannelton where they were almost everyone in the county the news They left immediately for of his final passing away came like a married Monett Mo which place they will shock Hon Dudley Hambleton has always make their future home been prominently identified with CloGrand Jury verport He was born in this county The following are the members of the April 19 1821 He was married to Jane Wutkins in grand jury for the present session of the Meade county Circuit Court Charles H November 1843 and the following child- Â¬ Morgan foreman 0 G Sanders B W ren were the result of the union James Mrs Payne T T Cheuault Richard Wlllett Hambleton samel Hambleton J II Wlialeu F A Ianlgan James II Courtney fiabbaite and Mrs Martin S Haynes Sam Pike J W Stiles K L Whltford now living in England For many years Mr Hambleton was lloone and Alex Hamilton regarded as a leading business man of FAIR PRICES Breckenridge county He practically bought all tne tobacco that was brought to Several Horses Sold at Brandenburg est Cloverport for sale and was the larg buyer until the war came on Monday At the close of the Civil war he pur- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Represented Breckenridge Twice Was a Prominent Democratic Worker in the Legislature A Man of Strong Convictions and Fine Character By the death of Julius Hardin Breck- Â¬ enridge county has been deprived of one of her most substantial citizens The deceased had been suffering for some time with a carbuncle on the back of his neck and his death was looked for daily for a week or more before the end came He passed away Friday Sept 23rd with hardly a struggle Julius Hardin was born in this county October Hli 18 1U He was a man of strong character and firm convictions He took an active in Â¬ terest in politics during his life and for years was regarded as one ol the staunch- est Democrats in the county While he was a hard worker for party success he never sought office or pre- Â¬ ferment of any kind He was honest slncore and his agree- Â¬ able personality won for him a host of warm friauds He was a scion of the noted Hardin family coming from the pioneer stock that settled Breckenridge county over a century ago Tho deceased leaves a wife and four children to mourn bis loss The funeral took place Saturday the services being conducted by Rev Sneed of Hardlnsburg who preached a sermon eloquent in its sympathy for the bereaved wife and children and rich with its tributes to the character of the dead The remains were interred in the Clov- Â¬ erport cemetery and were followed to their last resting placo by one of the largest funeral corteges that has ever been seen in the city The Nkws with the whole community extends sympathy to the bereaved fam- ily The ltudes Creek BaptlBt Association held a very successful meutDg at Rudes Creek in Hardin county last Weduusday aud Thursday 1eople wero present from alt parts of Meade and Hardin county It is estimated that about six hundred people took part in the event The reports made were ol a very encouraging nature The church and Sunday schoo work being in a flourishing condition Two of the bestsermonsjpreached were by Rev Kimball and Rev BarrettItev J O Wlllett who has many relatives In Breckenridge and who is well known in this county distinguished himself as one of tho roost brilliant pulpit orators at the gathering The good people of the Rude Creek neighborhood were very hospitable and they treated those who attended the as sociatlsn to a magnificent din ner on Thursday J Keith of this city attenden out-of-do- Steps He Was The Hero VEST - of The Colored lation pas-ma-l- a Popu- I Dis yeahs de That wag the t xulamation made by FeraiiBob the champion negro buck and wing dancor of the world at the rake walk at Matting- lyrf hall Monday night And as he executed the step ot the five hundred white and col ored spectators gazed at him with won- Â¬ pas-ma-- la Wnxir f6 T-ri-- Ti ifMVhS VW1 r TJLJUL tp r- I OF der and interest Look atdat niggah dance I I Scratchdesandl Down Mobile niRACULOUS ESCAPE An Infant Saved From Being Mangled A by Train The presence of mind of Engineer George Greer saved the life of the infant child of Section Foreman Bishop at Ir yington Monday morning As passenger train No 42 was ap- Â¬ proaching the station Engineer Greer saw the baby who is about three years old lying on the track with its head on the rails It was evidently listening to the noise made by the train Although the engine was running at considerable speed Mr Greer quirkly threw back the throttle and promptly applied the air The pilot of the engine which sets lower than on other locomotives pushed the child off the track aud it escaped with slight bruises CAUQHT AT LAST Hick Wills Does Some Work Dan Jones who shot and attempted to kill ex clty Marshall Johu Hall now lan- Â¬ IF chased the A A Gordon farm at Holts paying 25000 cash for it and engaged in farming He was always a man of affairs and of all stood high in the estimation He was twice elected who knew him to the legislature bv the Democratic party Hon Dudley Hambleton was one of the best men Cloverport ever had Dur for 140 ing the days of his prosperity he was known as the young mans friend and SOLVING A PROBLEM his purse was always ready to back some poor young fellow struggling for a foot- Â¬ He was L D Addlton Has Found Use For His hold on the ladder to success charitable to a fault Pumpkins He was a consistent member of the Baptist church also a member of the LD Addison of Addison has an im Masonic fraternity mense corn field in which he sowed His funeral took place today and was pumpkin seed this spring largely attended the remains being The seed have produced a crop such as interred according to the rites ot the oldest inhabitant has never seen the Masonry like It is estimated that there are two hundred wagonloads of the vegetables in SERIOUS TROUBLE I the field They are so big and in such numbers that Mr Addison felt that he Feared Among the Miners at Taylors would be justified in warning the rail Mines road company to move its tracks to give the pumpkins room to spread them Â¬ There Is every indication that there selves will be serious trouble at the Taylor Recently however he purchased 42 head of cattle for 1100 and now ho is Charley Worley Used his Sister mines one mile west of Beaver Dam in Ohio county The miners there who feeding them pumpkins with very good as a Target have been on a strike for about six results months intended to go to work Monday morning but a delegation of miners from Program He Shoots at Her With a Shot the nearby towns waited on thom aud Of the colored Teachers Institute of dun they did not go to work Jlreckenridge convenes at Cloverport It is said the vjsiting miners threaten the 6th of Nov violence to all who go to work at Taylor Mios V Scott Welcome Address S K Considerable excitement was raised at Dean How to Make Geography Inter Â¬ Eastland early Monday morning by until the matter of prices is satisfactorily esting Miss M J Clellan A Model Charles Worley attempting to shoot his arranged to suit the union Riley Relation of sister Mrs Amelia Kasey Teacher i Mrs S Frank Shacklctt Dead Spelling to Education Miss 8 M Helm Just before the shooting Mrs Kasey Value of Composition to Scholarship asked Charley to cut some wood but he Frank Schacklett of near Irvingtou Miss E B Frailer Reading J A Mc Â¬ refused When she reminded him hat died of typhoid fever Saturday The B F Ward How to it was in accordance with the Divine deceased was twenty two years of age Millan Conduct Recitations O Owen Declama Â¬ plan that he should earn his bread by and single He was buried at the Buck tion Miss Sarah Hell Recitation Rev the sweat of his brow he became angry Grove cemetery his being the second Geo E Curry Books and Their Uses and seized a shot gun that was bandy burial for the day tho flrst evont ol tho O N Roberts Why do we Study His He aimed the weapon at his sister and kind in the history of the grave yard tory O S Braxton Biography of Doug- Â¬ pulled the trigger He was about as A Btfrtlilag lass Frederick M II Riley Life of good a marksman Ma Spaaiardamf Washington A II Cook Declamation failed to hit her Tte BapMftt iaiha vlclulk qf Addlsea Mrs ti N Alexander Recitation Rev After the sbootlair Ctiarles took a sud bare organlwd the Ohio Vattoy Bapjjjt I un A A- - Woolfolk Papy j ReySP Locke den dislike to the climate ofOloverporV nlinAli u llaa jpwrv ran ujb FflAM imtb uo Hntlaiw iIbub iib buuibit Paper Wbi Foynter Relation el ParÂ¬ and took to the woods He is there yet secured twenty one new members The ents and Teacher to Success in School living on scorns and atmosphere church Is in charge of Rev Farrell who City Marshal Graham will entertain admitted foar penoM Into the churh Work Remarks by Sapt A Drlskell Yh Poyntkb Vice President him should he return to the city by Baptism last Friday There wns considerable trading done Monday i t Brandenburg by those who were attracted to the city by Circuit Court Judge Woolfolk sold five horses at prices ranging from ol to 70 Hance Hamilton bought one hotse for 15760 Joe Gilliland got an animal for 5 GO Charles Drury purchased a horse for o and Clint Jenkins got a pair of bay three-year-olÂ¬ Sharp Deteotlve WOULDNT GUT guishes iu the couuty jail The shooting it will be remembered took place about three years ago The negro succeeded in making his escape Hick Wills the local detective how- Â¬ ever lias been keeping a lookout for Jones and a few weeks since learned that he was at Princeton Ind Hn immediately caused Jones arrest and had rrqulstlon papers made out Jones was tried before ludge Sklllmau and plead guilty He was committed to jail to awalrthe action of the grand jury DELAY Will Postpone the Opening v Â¬ THEMD of the Irving ton College The carpenter work on the Irvington College is well under way but owing to unlooked for delays tho building can not be completed before the second week in October The structure gives promise of being one well adapted to Educational work as it is well lightod and ample pro vision has been made for ventilation Matrimonial Misfits The following couples have tried mar riage and have decided it is a failure and they now pray that the Meade county circuit court relelve them of the yokn that galls Becca Cowhard vs W II Cowbard Elln Chlsni ys Calvin Ohlsm abandonment Joseph Lowe vs Susan J Lowe Jane Allen vs Irwlti Allen The latter appellant asks for alimony Aint iie a wahm baby These and other exclamations were evoked from his dark hued admirers every time he executed a difficult move- Â¬ ment Ferguson was the opening attraction of the show and tho closing one The cake walk contest between flawesvllle and Cloverport helped to fill In and Frog Eye and Miss Johnson of Louisville were star features To be correct you must pronounce the name Frawg eyf Hes a warm member He is the chief exponent of the cake walking art in Kentucky and he can cut more didos in a minute than any other ebony hued son of Ham living Hes got a head on him that resembles the top knot of a gorilla and his eyes pop out just like thoee of a frog Frog eyes movements in the cake walk are just like those of a nigger that steps easy around a hen roost He bops and skips as though he wero about to lift a fat pullet off tin perch and was afraid of waki ug Up the farmer or his watch dog duiing he operation His sylph like partner whose cogno- Â¬ men Miss Johnson is very appropriate has a complexion the color of boUed mo Â¬ lasses and her acting the part of a shy coquett flirting with the king of negro dudes was quite amusing The event of the evening was the cake walk contest betwdtm Z He Wort hum of this city and EMred Lin tars of Hawea vlllu When it comes to a cakn walk Elilred Landers is uo small potato himself al Â¬ though hes not biyger than a miuute He walks as proud as any peacock and to Bee him prauue along the floor coquetting and emlllng at Anna May Jewell hla partner one would not think beVastbe father of three black coons and had to supply bread and chltlhs for u family But graceful as Eldred is he more than met his match In Zile Wortham of this city Zile walked with Emma Valentino and he went through the movements as good as could Frog Eye Zile cannot help being a good cake walker he was born that way Give him good muIo and plenty of room and he can knock the shine off of any Hawesville darky that ever got the idea into his head that he knew the mysteries of cake walking Th judges Hal Murray 8 N Hall and M WMitchell kept an impartial tally of the points made hv both the contestants and decided that Z do Wortham had won in a walk It is said that Aleck Lasley will chal- Â¬ lenge the winner Â¬ JallGbods rv v v A- - ApivRii M 3- Biafx hk - rM t Arrifing Come in and See Them VEST mswsfssm XMX lXXX IXXYr YYYia COME MRS aoncciirricu over irorji last season I COIE A Attend the Quick Sales With Small Profits j ji M tv ar j aft BLAINE SaIL begins Tuesday in V 5 f Drove ofT the Bridie While Lige Roden was engaged in moving the portable enoMte of HohWirs md ANTJ WhlU girl fcr central kxua work mllliUgM PollvJtle Mtmdav he drove W and plan cooklaf Good wagta ketfebt hi MTtH his bapt s off a brldjjjTjiBto a MilleyVFhe MKKiV IIakiii9 harases had to beetn aiid It rtqulredflie m kwiwiwi ivy services ol six mB aided by J II TOR SAIX Fr n ol 160 cth box or Un land food StepbeM an old teawsUr to release the JTj food productive comfoieuto builllo wtll wit wmry 3 vulU ot Wb houses IjroWhelr JHteaweMi Aae l ma1 Ur tnckMl4ce coaaty A trTiml bargain If purefcaaui M eaca Ko partKuloft Inquire at the animals was bdljret MlwioSca Cfevarport Ky t WAN lb Jm- Ha just returned from tho city where she has 8elocted a beautiful line of now and stylish m iii C ff Respectfully MRS M BLAINE KY STEPHENSPORT p of Breckenridge and surrounding counties to know that we are hungry for trade We are not working for honor or glory alone but fpr money and to get the coin of the realm we have put in a stock that would he a credit to any city in the land We want to turn the stock into money and to do this we have put about Harness Saddles and Horse Clothing will realize such prices onour goods that every man who knowts is dirt cheap We would not dare advertise if we had no BAKjGrIEJS to offer the public TTE WANT the people iiyng i i BiFLG--IlSrla Heavy 0QO nO wZZiU U QJ ft n U S Team Harness IN SADDLES y v i d cup incli Bridle Will buy a Heavy Team Uarnosa mado as follows winker blinds No 1 Lines i inch x 18 feet Hames red or black ball or plain toj Collars iMo 2 Heavy Scotch j Tracesliinch doublo and stitched Breast Straps 1 inch with slides and champion snap buckles 175 and upwards according to finish buys a BOYS youths use MORGAN a dandy saddle for 650 3500 and upwards according to finish buys a line KENTUCKY stitch down Saddle It is handsome and anyono would bo proud to ride it and upwards according to finish buys a GENUINE KENTUCKY Spring Saddle all hand raised Either Calf or Ennmeh d Seating Bridle 1 inch red cup Will buy an oxtra fino Wagon Harness made as follows 1 Lines 1 inch x 18 feet Hames red or black ball top Collars No I Heavy Scotch Traces 1 finch doublo and stitched Breast Straps 1 J inch with slides and Champion Snap Buckles UZtiU Ci C blinds No lao vcrv kesJtWaSqn Harness in the market All A No 1 leather used U U artdthtl workmanship is guaranteed It is made as follows Bridle 1 inch red Vfc 0 1 NoV1 Linesl inch x 18feot Hames red or black ball top Collars No 1 Heavy cuplblinds inch with Slides and Champion Scotch Traces yA inchj double and stitched Breast Straps JO W X sooo and upwards according to finish a strong durablo made in red black or orango leather handsomo DROVER Saddlo - We Have a Full Line of Gathrights Iron Canticles Snap Buckles i A l OOiuU Buys a R00l sctof Buggy Harnoss mado of fine matorialhand stitched throughout Ve sell better grade of Buggy Harness at higher prices the co9t being governed Wo have a largo variety of light harness to by ho stylo oflihfsh deslredbyhcpurcha8er seTeclTfrom 0C K fl M HARNESS A Word About a Saddle Specialty Is FINKS LEATHER TREE SADDLE It is the finest on the market Theso saddles aro madoon a Patent Solid Leather Tree consequently there is no danger of the tree breaking They are used in every state in tho Union and which only too ofton occurs in other saddles have met with grand success Please call and examine my stock of saddles and inquire closely into my prices whether vou SW r i FOR 8 wo will attach Greenes Lightning Harness HOOker that does away with singletree and traces and ljaflj tiigfj j It it03 away with galded shoulders and soro backs on tho horses It No danger from run aways Pull a cord and the horse is detached makes buggies lun steady Lady can hitch tho horse to a buggy in 10 seconds Unhitch in 1 Becond Stylish Simple Iteccommended by the best vetinarians Strong SafoJpunlbTo V - VWOTICE buy or not Material Used in Saddles Guaranteed HAND MADE BaOMOrtmili J3EUBM fl ADDLE i Vthe IEST QUALITY EillHHiH 4 V RUN EASY BUGGIES fjp i Madve byjthe Laclede Manufacturing urn GdJmpanyof St- - Louis te i fit is a stylish well mado and attractive vehicle For Bridles go to Haswells Repairs on Harness at Lowest Prices Axle Grease at Haswells New things in Harness always on hand Kind treatment at Haswells Haswells for Horse Collars Ask prices on Blankets See the display of Horse Clothing Whips Cushions and other buggy accessories Everything found in a first class Harness store Lap Kobes Horse Blankets Light Harness and Heavy Harness l dfyou want to know the good qualities of this handsome buggy wo referyou three cus tomers who purchased vehicles from us and who have used them Jong enough to know just what they arj ASK Ml HAtiUEEAYjof WY XUXL TT Cloverport m I A 1 urn i PHILLIP FLOOD near Stephensport Ky i f n i 1 jviKJn Hil A VTTT11lT X iiXill Ul lUUmdjJUIl J m vMr Ypu piHi1noEVbuyaMttor buggyfor the money in this wide world t v Iflis foralofin this eectionlonly by ji N hkln ijliti Mvs - TH3MUSAA Hi HASW-EL-- L LWt iC xX LA jr- v FRANK FRANK HAS WELL JOY 10 1 - Cloverport Kentucky kMHWPIB quality of material used in all our goods is our boast We are here to do business and we will do it on the square pr not at all We will be as honest with our customers as we want them to be honest with us Thats ourtitfket exactly Honesty and excellence is our motto in i i MdNfiSTY ABSO3tHOJgpf jinf Workmanship and EXCELLENCE v ud B 031iOverfoet j FRANK i HASWELL KIEHsTTTJOISZTr- - B iV rPri HrJHi H H H KLiHFlA Li oVr vHr l0 v HHM B nBni fm wKK IHHBBV HuV H B H MlHMHHi jt nionr ri Ll HFH HH IP BP m bH wMLnMm H H HBHl WHHB H Breckenridge News no D 7 0 Btoigt Edltori ud FriprLlri SEPT 28 1808 RTEIWESDAT TEN PAGES There is nothing too good for the readers of the News Wo givo them a ten pago papor this week because tho patronage wo arc Wo try to receiving justifies it mako each weeks papor bettor than tho last and we aro Btimulatod in our efforts by tho hearty sup port wo aro getting Thanks manifested by bis frank avowal of his ignorance our subscribers and urge that that they patronize those men whoso advertise Â¬ ments help to furnish the sinews ot war that go to mako up the best county paper on earth When you do your shopping and you go after a bargulu that has been advertised dont fall to say I saw your advertisement in the Nkws It helps us and it encourages The advertisements the merchants contain valuable information and may save you money Mil liUIlENS SENSE OF JUSTICE We admire the manliness of Paul Du- Â¬ ron of Concordia in acknowledging the authorship of the commulcation entitled democratic Whitewash and Populist Thunder which was recoutly printed in the News Had he not been just enough to do so we would have suffered under the falso charges made by Mr Duncan silently as we have on many previous occasions Seettredtha Contract W D Wilson the well known con- Â¬ tractor and builder at Jolly Station has secured the contract to erect the addition He went to a new store at that pine to Ioulsvlllo Friday to purrhase mater Â¬ ial Another Case Nat Ball of Jolly Station lias another case of typhoid fever lu his family As he has been 11 tied the same way a short time since he has the sympathy of all who know him 11 The Hidneijs Bra the Boat or tho Btartiag point of many maladies all of them serious all moro or less painful and all of them tending unless curod to a fatal ond No organs of tho body aro moro delicato or moro sensitive than tho kidneys When symp- Â¬ toms of diseoso appear in them not a moment is to bo lost if health is to bo restored Tho best way to treat tho kidneys to through tho blood cleansing it from tho poison- Â¬ ous matter which is usually at tho For bottom of kidnoy complaints this purposo there is no remedy equal to GENTLEMEN We want to impress upon your minds the fact that our selection of Suits Overcoats Hats and Gents Furnishing Goods was made with the greatest care and attention to all the details of well fitting and stylish garments and we have no hesitancy in saying that be you of COR Truth wears well ed that De Witts Little Early Itisers are reliable little pills for regulating tl e bowels curing constipation and sick headache Thoy dont gripe Short Haynes Disclaiming Responsibility Eve said Adam as they Bat down to talk it over after their expulsion from tho gardon I cant support you now in the style to which you havo been accustomed But its your fault People have learn- Â¬ PULENT or SPARE shape TALL or SHORT we can fit you and FIT YOU WELL It is not our intention to quote any Cloth -- That Aguinaldo ia wlso Is ing prices in this ad but we do promise you the best assortment of goods ever brought to Cloverport and at MUCH LOWER FIG Tub rule in the army seems to be tbat any old horse doctor is good enough for a coinmoD soldier Lynch law is intricacies bo popular In Oklahoma that a Judge down there was lynched the other day for not understanding its That 100000 in priza money will be a balm to Admiral Sampsons injured feelings when he hears tho unfeeling re Â¬ marks of his critics The army Investigating board attributes the typhoid pestilence in Military camps to the house fly Josh Billings was right when he said darn a fly For the year ending August 31 1896 American exports amounted to 900000 000 lor the succeeding year 1 007000 000 and for the year closing with last month 1230000000 Thk Webster Record of Providence Ky issued a very handsome illustrated edition last week The paper was one that reflected great credit upon its editor and the community in which it is locat- Â¬ ed ft Thk Harrodsburg Sayings displayed characteristic enterprise In getting out an edition last week that was devotpd to Mercer county Mexican war veterans The literary and half tons work on the paper was excellent cost Uncus Sam 500000 o maintain the dignity of his peace com Â¬ missioners in Europe It will cost as iquch to keup up these big guns as it did to fire all the big guDHon our battle ships in the Santiago flgbt li Y WA Y OF EXPLANA TION IIrlckknbiduk News That the read- Â¬ ers of The Meade Messenger and the BitECKKNiurxiK Nkws may know how wrongfully you are accused in regard to the letter recently appearing in your paper over the non de plume of Concor dia Democrat I think it but right that they should know that you are innocent o tho charge alleged against you by Mr Duncan and I think he should show a spirit of fairness and copy this letter in the next issue of the Messenger and acknowledge his error and set himself right with both papers Concordia Demociat yes Democrat and the right kind of a Democrat and with the same principles that always made Democracy a success when it was successful But not the kind that forms a combination with such political Dem Â¬ agogues as Altgeld Tillman Teller and Populist Billy Bryan that brought us to an ignominious defeat and I fear will again If the same lines are followed in 1000 The party seems hopelessly di Â¬ vided but I hope to see the day when the Democrat family will be a united family the only thing that can carry us to victory in a national contest Lo Â¬ cal victories do not count for anything what we want Is the Democrat flag plant- Â¬ ed at headquarters I am very sorry Mr Duncan has such bitter feelings against his old uucle J D But his harsh re Â¬ marks I think helps rather thau hurt him Paul E Buren The Concordia Pemocrat Concordia Ky Sept 22 93 Â¬ Â¬ Giant Pear That this Is an ideal small fruit coun- Â¬ try is proven by the factthatMr Shanks who has a farm at Rome Ind opposite Stepensport succeeded this season in raising a pear on one of his tree that weighed three and three quarters of a pound Large Business nycrs URES than the same quality and make can be bought anywhere else While speaking of Clothing dont omit the fact that we are sole agents for the celebrated SELTZ SHOES which we have in all the These goods are now being very latest toes Congress and Lace worn and are giving the very best of satisfaction about em Sarsaparllla For many yean I hare been a constant offerer from kidnoy trouble and have tried a number of largely adrertlsed kidney cures without benefit At last a friend ad Â¬ vised de to try Ayera Bareaparilla The use of eight bottles of this remedy entirely cured my malady Mast Milleb 1238 Hancock Street Brooklyn N Y The people on the Fordsville branch of the L II St L K R appreciate the new train service recently inaugurated and are patronizing the line very liber- Â¬ ally The passenger and freight traffic has shown a perceptible increase since tho new service was inaugurated Ask your neighbor Our Hat and Furnishing Departments are weighted HARD1N6BURG George Baker of Honderson was in town last Sunday Irvin Richardson of Garfleld nan in town Sunday evening For clothing and shoes try the Green Flag Bargain Store John Hook Sr made a ilyin trip to Owensboro last week Burrel Beard of Eddyville arrived at this place on last Friday Highest prlco for produce paid at the Green Flag Bargain Store Sam Board spent of Cloverport several days in tewn last week O D Easton of New Albany made a Hying trip to this city last week Little Mlaa Lillian Hook spent a few days at Falls of Koueh last week Miss Irene Board of Glendeane spent last Saturday and Sunday in this city Gus Brown and Nace Mercer attended court at Hudsonville last Wednesday of Balltown was Miss Whitehouse visiting Miss Susie Mattingly last week down with novelties of the season and we invite an inspection Badly Damaged Practically all the tobacco in this sec- Â¬ tion has been cut A great deal of the crop has been badly bouseburned and much of it will have to be fired in order to save it It is estimated that the dam Â¬ age will reduce the crop from one quarter to one third in value Barrel Famine The scarcity of syrup barrels in this county this year threatens to cut off the production of sorghum mollasses There is a barrel famine in all parts of the county and several mills have stop grinding cane on account of a lack of facilities for storing the saccharine fluid that Is a product of oursorghum patches Â¬ THE F A1 Cloyerporfs Leading One Price House a train in two years in the past four years he has not been out of town four times Mrs Godfrey P Haswell left last Sun Â¬ day for her homo atStephensport where she will remain about two weeks Mrs Sim McGary left last week for Chester III where she will visit friends and relatives for several days Good bacon 7J rents a pound 2 pounds 12 barn nf soap for 25 ot Eodn 5 cent cents Green Flag Bargain Store Send me 40c silver and your picture fanv kind aud I will make you two photo buttons from it A W Vickers Hawesville A farmer can board the train at any of the stations on tho branch go to Louisville and spend the day and return at night Try It Hon W J Stone who Is the Demo cratlc candidate for Governor will speak at Hardiusburg Oct 10th first day of Circuit Court For any thing in jewelry or for any repairs of iewelry time k per for sew iug machine shuttles needles oils aud supplies of all kindsmufilcal instruments or umbrellas Call on T C Lewis On account of the Baptist minister not being able to preach last Sunday night Rev G W Davis the new Methodist minister to this place preached a fine sermon from the text God is all Â¬ YOU WILL A QREAT FAIR Big Time Starts In Owensboro October 6 Thursday FIND It will n help him get through the winter out starving or freezing to death The Breckenridge county man who fails to take in the Daviess county fair Owensboro Octobers G 7 and 8th A cheat many tender hearted people at will miss the big time of bis life It is will be rejoiced to know that Milllonare George Gould will only have to pay taxes to be the grandest event of the kind that place in this section of Ken on 200000 worth of property This will ever took tucky The races will be fast the live withto Â¬ Â¬ A SiiKLnvviLLK man made 95000 out of chickens and eggs in the past seven months And there are people who will go to the Klondike in search of fortunes Go to Shelbyville young man and grow up with tue chicken and egg business i j BETTER CONDITIONS Thousands of acres of land In this county that have been practically aban Â¬ doned in late years are being turned over by the plow preparatory to being planted in wheat this fall Tho farmers of this county are farm Â¬ ing more closely now and are achieving better results than they have ever before realized in the history of Breckenridge meth Â¬ They have adopted ods and now this section will vie with the blue grass An intelligent use of farm machinery and fertilizers has work Â¬ ed wonders and our farmers are now making money while the improved con- Â¬ ditions are enhancing property values in every part of the county te LA WTONS GOOD SUGGESTON Gknkkal Lam ton who has charge of the American forces in the province of Santiago Cuba has been making a study of the Cuban soldier and is very much impressed with his good qualities General Law ton reccommeuds that the Cubans be enlisted into the American army of occupation in Cuba lie says that their knowledge of guerilla warfare and their immunity from the diseases of a tropical climate fits them peculiarly for duty in Cuba If General Law tons sug Â¬ gestions are carried out they will help promote a better feeling in Cuba will giv a lot of Cubans an opportunity to make a living and what is best will allow us to reduce our volunteer army This would save a ot of precious lives for if our volunteers were sunt to Cuba many of them would die from disease under tho most favorable conditions II USINESS William Beard and wife who have been quite ill for sometime are improv- Â¬ gently tbat it seemed she had fallen into ing deep dreamless sleep Mrs Ada Roberta Falls of Hough was visiting relatives here a few days last A SUPERSTITION SUSTAINED stock exhibits the best ever held and the week special attractions more exciting than Norton and wife of Garfield were ever People Should Sleep With Heads to the guesta of Miss Leila Kincheloo last The tobacco show will be an event in week the North J00 has beon donated lu prem- Â¬ itself The high grade AVhlte sewing machine iums for the beat leaf prices way down Call and see them Science sometimes develops facts in Â¬ The Celebrated When band of In T U Lewis rather unexpected ways and places The dianapolis will furnish music Clarence Board of Irvington was The Henderson Koute makes the old idea that people should sleep with visiting relatives and friends in this city liberal rata of one fare for the round trip their heads to the North seems to have a verification It is contended that each last week from all points along the line Lindsay Kiucheloe and Misses Maggie The Diving Elks will be a chief at- Â¬ human system is an vlectric battery the and will doubtless draw a large head being one electrode while the feet Baker and Allle Witt went to Garfleld traction are another The French Academy of last Friday crowd Science experimented on tho body of a There is a decided increase of travel guillotined man The instant it fell the on the branch since the new train has In Memorlan body was placed on a pivot with free ac- Â¬ been running On Sept loth at 1130 the death angel visited After slight vathe home of Mr and Mrs Thomai Hyan and took tion in eyery direction Quarterly meeting will be held at the from them their only ion little Thoma Edison age cillation the head turned to the North M church the first Saturday aud Sun Â¬ nvc months Weep not dtur father ind mother for and tho body remained stationary It day in October safe in the arras of his Heavenly little Udison Is was turned half way round and again it lather R S Skillman and wifo left for Louisresumed its original position the head bleep on sweet babe ville last Wednesday They will keep a And ale thy rest pointing to the North as truly as the boarding houso In that city God called thee home magnetic needle and tho same results When lie thought best Miss Cathrine Hoben who has been continued until the final arrest of all or Â¬ The reaper came that day visiting in Louisville for the past three ganic movement Twai an angel visited weeks has returned home TI1U green earth and took That lower away Fierce Harday of Bewleyvllle made a Aunt Aines flying trip to this place last Sunday to our fdrest Beautiful Souvenir Forthirty years Tints Pills have call on one ofpresents a fine example of J A Witt The editors of the Kentucky Press As proven a blessing to the invalid sticking close to ones business Mr soation are indebted to Hiram Walker Witt up until last Sunday had not seen and Sons of Walkerville Canada for Are truly the sick mans friend nicely framed large pictures of the group of editors in front of their olllce building For bilious headache dyspepsia The pictures were taken while the editor- Â¬ ial gang was at Walkerville this summer sourstomach malariaconstipa on its annual outing and the company tion and all kindred diseases bad a picture mado neatly framed and sent express paid to each of the editors AN ABSOLUTE CURE that were there The News appreciates the picture yery much Â¬ Â¬ Death of Mrs Jane Park of Captain A S English of this city died at Boone Bond last Tuesday night of heart failure The deceased was 73 years of age last February She possessed a sweet gentle character and was a true Christian Her death was almost painlcBS and ber spirit taking fbgbt from the body passed bo Mrs Jane Park the sister Dicks Brands of Flour are o BANK Of o CD Wfflm f MMviiiiV brands are mado absolutely of EAEDIlfrSBTraa B F BEARD President WILL MILLER Vice President M II BEARD Cast ier Our Navy and Dicks Best No adulteration wheat Tried Friends Best A Known Fact liKAKb MORRIS BSKRIDOJt R M J0LL7 INTEREST QW Honest Flour at an Honest Price Mado in Breckenridge county in the best mill in the county prices Send orders to Write for Director PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS OUR ARGUMENT DANIEL DICK Miller and Wheat Buyer TUTTS Liver PILLS When you call tor DeWltts Witch Hazel Salve the great pile cure dout accept anything else Dont be talked into accepting a substitute for piles for sores forburua Short A llavnes To Join The Army For Your Trade is New Goods ADDISON MXAAi KY My Specialty IS HORSE -- SHOEING But I can do all kinds of at Lowest Prices you want Dress Goods you want Clothing you want Shoes J nnwp vn mr aTmns J vwtcw J Come Here for Quality Come Here for New Ideas Come Here for Anything Do Do Do M V G BABBAGE ATTORNEY AT LAW tw TIIEJIMOMETEll Nkvkii before in the history of this county have the merchants purchased as large stocks of goods as they have this fall The stores In every town and ham Â¬ let are crowded from floor to celling with merchandise aud already trade has started up briskly This weeks Issue of the Nkws is a splendid thermometer ot the local busi Â¬ Educate Your Ilowela With CuicaraU ness situation The immense amount of Candy Cathartic cure comllpatlon space taken up by advertisers shows the 10c 25c If C C O fall drut Kliti refundforever money earnest desire on their part to sell goods Mr John W Fouihee Dead The merchants know these Is money in Mrs Foushoe wife of John WFouahee the county and the bustlers who have goods to sell and bargains to offer are of Glisten died Saturday morning of ty not ashamed to let those facta bo known phoid fever The deceased was thirty We commend our advertising patrons to eight years of age and leaves one child three yean old She was highly esteem Â¬ ed by all who know her The army fever has struck some of our boys very hard Last week Clayton Keys Alvln Mattlnuly Owen Whitehouse and Will Whitehouse of this city and Ku gene and Chris Boultinghouse of Addi Â¬ son went to Loulsyllle for he purpose ofenllstiug in the regular army Joe Mattingly and Walter Kiug who were in tho army and have been home on a fur- Â¬ lough have returned to Montauk Point where thoy will rejoin their regimeuta BLACKSMITHING WAGON MAKING AND GENERAL REPAIRING in tip top stylo I guarantee all my work When you need anything in my lino consult mo Wilt Practice in all the Courts in Breckenridge Hancock Counties Meade and WILL RAUL Irvington Ky Claims collected Mortgages Notes Lions and other securi ties enforced and tho monoy turned over promptly Divorces secured Depositions taken Interest in estates carefully look od into Contracts Deeds and other legal papers typo written Â¬ e J HHunsche CHARGES REASONABLE The TAILOR Will be in Clover port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month with Gasper May Co IND OANNBLTON That a first class store should have Wo have the brightest tho new Â¬ est the most oxtensivo Btock that has ever been within the walls of tliis store That is saying a great deal but i is true Every prico marked on goods is a BAItGAIN - OFPIOBS Over Uardaers Store Hardlnsburg News Office Otowpert BtlffiuUtfl ten low route tiie liter cure Hoods tlie itomaoti emu blllou- - 9k only u biwdacbs JlzxIoeM contUptMon ttomaca rrlca mi to Ui Hold b b 1 1 tf mm W III Jt by with Huod ill itarupuUU drunrUU Baad Priest bam Dowell sold to W Basket of Gua tou 0 two year old short born steers Sat Â¬ The animals averaged 928 urday pounds In weight aad brought Ui0 per hundred Heston Willis Xompany CLOVERPORT KY A stabbara eeugk er ttekllrg in tk throat jrlUa te Om Mtaatu Comtk rtgW t Uthee HarmleM hi spot relisWe ad JMt what a whM A HayMa It aets at it 0r WIIPN DOES YOUR SUB- SCRIPTION TO TIIE NKWS ii ww--8Uo- rt expire THE NEWS OF THE NEIGHBORHOOD AS GATHERED j BRECKENRIDGE ftcjy 1 BY OUR CORRESPONDENTS FALLS OF ROUGH move to Kansas City Missouri witli the object of accepting a oeilioii with a ntreel car company of that city Lnfe Beauchanip has purchased the Mercerroe property consisting of a nice dwelling house garden and beautiful beach grove with a gushing spring of pure water I wonder who the fair one H NEWS 1898 Didnt Change Climate Qalned n PoHHd m BRANDENBURG Circuit Court is in sesqion Judge 0 G Falrlelgh has been on the sick list Mr Will Roberts is quite sick typhoid fever is feared Mr and Mrp Charles Drury are visit Â¬ ing Mrs John Fraker Prof A 0 Burton went to Muldmugh and Vino Grove last Saturday Malarial fever chills prevail and I cant seo why on these hills Mrs S 0 Mai In of Owensboro is the guest of tier daugdter Mrs Geo Wor land Burglars broke into H C Woodsons store Saturday night Nothing missed of value MIssEula Dowden has returned from a summersjstay with Dr J R Dowdens family at Sebree Miss lone Dowden has been very sick but Dr Pusey thinks now she will soon be on upward grade Mips Lidn Ponell has returnod from the city and is ready for her customers in the dressmaking line Protracted services at the Baptist church have been postponed on account of the pastors Rev Phillip Jenkius in- Â¬ disposition Mrs Dr Thornshery ramo up from Henderson County with her niece Miss Mona Price to spend several weeks with relatives here Write to mo for course and terms in music and in llrandenhurg Normal Our facilities are unexcelled Fine board at reasonuble rates We are glad to know Miss Agnes Mallu will return to Brandenburg after the Owensboro Fair She will bo an acquisi- Â¬ tion socially and musically Our old town is quiet as regards social events As Brandenburg Normal pupils must not attend entertainments except Friday and Saturday nights A small but pleasant party of us spent a pleasant evening witli Mrs Ed Yeakel M Duncans last Saturday Mrs I playing added much to ur enjoyment We will organize our Shakesperan Club quito soon Misses Mary and Bess Lewis Wo will wait till Miss are impatient Maydee Pussys expected guests have their visit over Brandenburg Normal opened most au- Â¬ spiciously Sept 19th An Increase of attendance in each department over pre- Â¬ vious years A number of new pupils will be in this week Mrs Charlie Coleman and I will attend the Baptist Association at Sandy Hill Wednesday and Thursday Mrs W D Howard and I will go I expect to meet many old friends The man that stole the sack of money from D S Richardsons store some time ago was arrested on the steamer Ray Â¬ mond lost Saturday by marshal Bondu rant and shorilT Lee Hagan two good ones when It comes to a capture The many friends of Mrs Mary Martin aud Miss Jinnie Hardin sympathize with them deeply in the death of their only brother Mr Jule Hardin of Holts Bottom He was an excellent citizen a most devoted husband aud father In News of the Day in Kentucky in tho Loulsvillo Evening Post of Saturday Breckenridgo county items occupied at least one third of the space I am glad my friend W J Piggott had such an increase in the yield of wheat and that ho didnt get It like Letter The engagement of Miss Stella Ouer backer aud Dr Garland Sherrill of Louis- Â¬ ville Is announced Miss Nel Richard Â¬ son will he maid of honor It will be an elaborate church wedding Miss Stella has visited hero and Nell Richardson Is a Brandenburg girl and a handsome cul- Â¬ tured one Mr aud Mrs J W Lewis and family wont to Guston last Sunday to eat birth Â¬ day dinner witli Mr Patterson who has passed his threo score and ten I expect but who still enjoys the company of kin dred spirits and he is himself entertain Â¬ ing and genial May he have many hap- Â¬ py returns Â¬ Day WEDNESDAY SEPT 28 GUSTON Will Smith son of G W Smith is very congestion Hugh Ditto passed throng this place Sunday on his way to Big Spring Miss Lulu Lewis will attend the Asso Â¬ ciation at Sandy Hilt this week She will be with her sister Mrs J M Hern III of don ri t V V il There are several cases of diphtheria in the Black Warrior district and the school has bden closed until the disease can lie stamped out Dr Will Strotjier of Big Spnng took the train bore Friday for Louisville where he goes to attend the Conference church south ot the M Mr Editor you will perceive that this is not from your regular correspondent bnt the readers may not so I write this to inform them for I am afraid of spoil- Â¬ ing ids reputation as a writer John Baskett came home last Wednes- Â¬ day on a furlough he is in fine trim and does not look as we expect one to look who has been spending the summer in the accursed camps of the U S A Typhoid fever has been claiming some of our brightest and best people as its vlct ms Mrs John Foushee daughter of Mr Marr Bewley and Mr Frank Sbacklett son of Mr Jim Gager Shack lett wero both victims of that dreaded They were both disease this week Interred in the Buck Grove cemetery Mr Jim Gager Sbacklett is also very low with that disease Gusto n has been called upon to do honor to the heroes of Santiago and sho feels that none deserve more honor than Lieut B F Hardaway of the 17th Infan Â¬ try who was in the thickest of the fight at all times before that city Lieut Hardaway came homo Saturday much broken in health Lut we hope that the care and attention of his family and friends will soon restore him to wanted health An octogenarian and a lively business man is It J Patterson carries on more business than the average business man at 40 years of aire He celebrated his eightieth birthday Sunday September the 25th at which was present a child many grand children and three great grandchildren these together with an uncle of bis Mr Sam W Garden made Miss Eva five generations represented Carrlgan a granddaughter and his house keeper had gotten up the celebration as a a uprise to Mr Patterson and to say it was enjoyed by all does not express it There were present J W Lewis and wife G H Woolfolk and wife Sam W Garden Anselm Garden wife and two childrou Sam Garden Mrs D W Lewis and two children J M Herndon wife aud child Misses Lula Mary and Bessie Lewis Miss Katie Smith Wash Rhodes Mr and Mrs il L Bell S K Carrlgan Miss Eva Carrlgan and It J Patterson To Ours Constipation Forever Tuke Cuacurets Candy Cathartic lOo orSBo If C O C fall to cure druggists refund money WA ARK Bonth 8tockton N T Dr M M KBNMin Frodonls N T had boon suffering from AbÂ¬ scesses on my Lungs and Liver Disease for about three months Coughed a great deal bad become nervous and restless and my flesh had wasted away Had been treated by three different physicians without any ma Â¬ terial benefit They Anally advised change of climate to avoid Consumption and in August lostl hud decided to breaK up my buslnoss here and goWost In soarch of health At this tlmo I was Induced to try your ervfl Tonic Dlood and Liver Remedy and Once fairly under ilb Influence I gained flAfth dar -- r- i - - at ihn rata of - Tiaund i After using Dottles or me uemear i was a well man and went about my uusiness 5bleu inava continued utunierrupteuiy to iU time i I Joan i vsi sm r r j Dtar8trl -- r- OHARLES 0 MARTIN Prescription Pharmacist Neat door shove Payne V Cn riovctpnrt his farm a few days last weok superin- Â¬ tending the housing of his tobacco Tho death of Mrs Charles Bishop oc- Â¬ curred Friday eve Sept lOtli Her remains were entered in the cemetery at Jessie L Owens Mrs Louisa Tucker and little grand daughter Sarah Mattingly Cave Spring were tho guesta of Mr and Mrs T D Stone Saturday and Sunday coursing The Stream Matrimony via Ilarned West View and McDaniels is on a big swell Its tributaries flowing from Oklahoma Illinois aud Missouri Miss Ellra Jarboe and Mr George Lay- Â¬ man were married Sept 18th at the Rev domicile of the brides fathor Galloway officiating Immediately after the ceremony they started for Grayson where they visited friends till Thursday when the happy pair left enroute to Missouri their future homo May good will happiness and prosperity accompany them through life is the wish of their Kentucky friends One Minute Cough Cure That Is what It was mad for cures BEWLEYVILLE Miss Lucy Beasley visited friends near Hill Grove Sunday Mr and Mm E L Smitli were visiting bore again Sunday Lieut B F Hardaway is visiting his parents near Guston Wm Cain left for the city Wednesday to atteud the Conference Virdie Brown from Garfield was visit Â¬ ing Mrs Will Paul Sunday Ray Keith and Dr W A Walker left Sunday in quest of something to do in their line Mr and Mrs Chas Drury went over to Brandenburg Sunday to be the guests of Mrs TICK LAND Sand Knob school is alright Mrs T D Stone Is rapidly improving Fred McGiellano family havo measles Miss Ifftttie Owen is having a cistern dug Johnnie Haffy went to Hardinsburg Monday G II W Hall visited Sand Knob last Friday Mrs Jack Allen is at flamed visiting tier mother-in-laAuthor Osborn is erecting a dwelling at the Sand Knob George Wheatley and family spent Sunday at 1 J Lewis Earnest Jarboen regular trla to Gave Spring are continued Master Clyde Jarboe has excelled his classmates in reading Mr and Mrs Floyd Hlnton have a little girl at their home Mrs Jake Lesber was In Grayson last week visiting her parents Henry Sebastian has contracted to work Isaac Owens timber Little Minnie Fentress is in school again after a brief illness The merchant of Axtel took dinner with Mr T D Stone Sunday Mr Charlie Phillip and children are at Caneyville visiting tier mother At present the tobacco knife Is the niuoi Industrious Instrument going Gld Ball has the contract to work the Long Lick hill on the Glendeana road Frank Dunn Balltown la superintend Â¬ ing the structure of a building for I T Owen John Frakej t w The frlonds of Henry Head who visit him at ids homo near Rosetta speak in highest terms of his new wife M P Payne and Thos J Triplett at- Â¬ tended tho Baptist Association at Kudes Greek Hardin county last week Dr Haynes dentist spent last week He is vory popular here in our town and does his work cheap and good W II Cain Jr aud Misses Mary Blanford and Florence Cain left for Lou- Â¬ isville Friday evening to attend the Con- Â¬ ference a couple of days They will be the guests of Miss Lulu Nunnelly At the recent Teachers Convention at Bethel church the community entertain Â¬ ed the crowd cordially and wo all Im rare felt very grateful especially do wo thank Mrs Tebe Bandy whose hospitable table had a generous attendance Master Roy Moorman is sick Mrs Matheney is convalescing John Deane was a visitor at Holt Sun Â¬ day Hon John P Haswell was here Rule day Llttlo Johnnie Hoskins was sick all of last week Mr Dan Parish and son went to Sunday Miss Irene Board spent Saturday and Sunday at home Dr Dempster has a telephone from his dwelling to the drugstore Burrell Beard passed through town last week enroute to Hardinsburg Miss Eva Honsley will begin teaching vocal leBsons at Glendean the first of next month Mies Mary Peyton of Falls of Rough visited her cousins and attended church here Sunday Mrs D C Moorman will leavo Satur- Â¬ day Oct 1 for a two weeks visit at Bewleyville Roy Mattingly a boss molasses maker from West View is pusliing his work in tills neighborhood Dr Dempster has offered a premium to the farmer who will bring him the biggest three ears of corn Little Miss Daisy Deane fell from a Btiloand cut a hole through her lower lip last Thursday Not serious Mrs 0 L Cornwall and children of Louisville aie visiting Mrs Cornwalls parents Mr aud Mrs W J Deane Constant church goers pronounce Bro it ut ledges Sunday sermon the best they ever heard him deliver and one ot the best they ever heard Mrs Bettie Moorman iter son Henry recently up from typhoid and littlo daughter Johnnie are visiting Mrs Bob Crider at Fordsville The third game ot base ball between Glendeane and West View gives the victory to us Twice out of three games the West View boys have been defeated I haye for sale in Glendeane one bona- aud lot well fixed well Improved will sell cheap too small or my business anyone wish to purchase como and see Respectfully J H RitotVN Tho writer heard the Rev Gabys ser- Â¬ mon to his St Anthonys congregation UNION STAR Suuday It was an earnest appeal re Â¬ freshing and helpful to all listeners B F Parr has gone to Nashville Tenn The good people over there have tbo Mrs M S Jolly is still on the sick list pretty custom of lingering at the church R G Richardson Is at home this door and at the stiles to enjoy a few minweek utes In handshaking asking about the No more new cases of scarlet fever at folks and in pleasant conversation No better evidence of a good agreeable present Ray- Â¬ christian people than this of hesitancy J W Hall visited his brother of in leaving their place ot worship mond Sunday Â¬ Â¬ couraging The wave of prosperity has struck this part of tho world perhap- The highest type of personal holiness can be attained In thickest of the worlds temptations If we learn to conquer and control self which divine Inspiration tells us is greater than taking a city To over come and resist temptations is sub- Â¬ lime But let us not confound innocent worldly amusement with ono that is con- Â¬ taminating Tiie world is beautiful God created us to love It and love Its pleas- Â¬ ures but to keep our hearts and lives pure Iu elemental simplicity The subject of utitou between the two great branches of the Methodist church is always revived at the annual conferences In the late session a large number of tbo prominent ministers was entertained on orjranic union and the piedomlnant almost universal sentiment I would feign add many whs Not Yet of the old sturdy oaks will fall ere those organizations are united The late Span Â¬ ish American war lias done much to oh literate sectional dlnerences The death of Winnie Davis which lias caused wide spread sorrow iu all parts of the country will gi far towards cementing the ties of friendship but hut the organic union of those two great bodies has not arrived tho fiulerual brotherhood is all right but the difference on tho race question makes it impractical now I have not as large a class In long years Music is on a boom certainly A musi- Â¬ cal education is considered indispensable at this day and age I wish though every one realized JuBt how much there is in the study I wish It was realized too more fully that all pupils do not make great player talent is the ono great neÂ¬ cessity Happily many pupils have talent by geniuses I havo little to say they are renowned for their scarcity every pupil requires different tuition what is good for one is faulty for another Any keen observing teacher can discriminate if she is a sympathetic one Teacher and pupil must be in harmony A teachers word in music should be absolute No one else should dictate The only advice a parent should give is do exactly what you are If pupils neglect told by your teacher the dally practice of linger exercises and scales if parents say give them pieces and encourago negloct of such a founda- Â¬ tion eyery teacher will say Stop your There is only one road children now to success iu music and that e a plain but au arduous one If you deviate for pieces is a deep regret in alter life At last you must retrace your steps and take up the fundamental preliminary starting points The fingers must be Â¬ come flexible the motion of wrist arm and hand must be learned Were I ask Â¬ ed why 60 many fail in music I would re- Â¬ ply Because of push of haste Pupils should not be expected to play until they know what they are about Think of it Music is so easily conquered Is it be Â¬ neath any other scientific study No positively no Then why swell the heads of children or pupils by saying you can play well enough in a year to stop It kills the love of study and often keeps them from becoming muslciansAuything built on a poor foundation breaks down Unless u pupil builds right at the begin ning there is sure to be a fall of the struc ture their parents Mr and Mrs DS Richard Sunday Messrs Albert Solbrlg and Owen May of Oloverport were the guests of Misses Alta Croeson and Helen Tate Sunday Mrs Mahala Parr has recently moved to town She has lived in the country for quite a while but we hope she will be satisfied with city life Wonder what was the matter with A B Cashman Sunday He didnt go to seo his best girl Oh yes another fellow ahead Never mind Alf Rev W V Winfrey and wife visited their children Mr and Mrs Wooster a few days during our protracted meeting He contemplates coming back wo hope he will GLENDEANE It may be that the delicate lovlineBi of tf Br- t Hurrah for Yellow Lake and Webster scribes they give us some very interest ing ItetM Mr and Mr Willis Owen Glendeane were guests of MImm Bettie and Hattie Owen Sunday Forrest HuMhs finds a stroll down by Tucker spring awl access HartNeld very MtteftalnlHjf Â¬ spring time does exceed the deep rich ness and beauty ot autumn but the relief from the long hot days the Invigorating Influence pleasant days and cool r nights bring a freshness and brightness to both body and mind that make it a delight to live The politic of tho Nkws seems to agitate the public mind considerably just now but dont be alarmed Mr Lditor America accords to everyoue of her citi Â¬ zens ttie privelege of clioslng for himself in thkt matter and if you should conclude to vote for Uncle Charles well s nd a Republican delegation to wave the banner of the red white and blue you ami sure then you can defy thn whole world However herns our bow to you as a Democrat Goldkx rod Â¬ or lt CASTOR A Gkildre I Tin KM Jr IaHti ad Yrt Havi Always Nekt Far hwh are bRlly ewgaed laming Dm aed Im g 4Lu M- IPPl Bears the BigMtareof preparation ter another wap I Sir yJtijiuu IS A DATS KjiIIa1imi MlrW Lla erBBirBri sTi W B s Hinintwmt M GoUn Mwrnky wfu t gMn Jfrwf ujtdlu fJ j8eiaeeseoaiiriifiai ON YOUR LA1BL Lmc at K mmI WrtatmU at I T Ovm QUwdsans was JvMm Haft ot a - Imv y mi wstli tkla Psuaar Competition is the life of trade in all lines No successful individual has any- Â¬ thing to fear from honest opposition It only builds up professions and trades No one who strives to build by tearing down another ever succeeded Malicious outsiders only add to the popularity of those they seek to injure Hon Charles Blaudford Republican Candidate for Congiesa in the Fourth will address tho cititens ot Meade hero to day Monday The Glial r man of the Republican Committee has extended an invitation for the Democratic and Popu list Canidates to be present and promis Â¬ ed a division of time Therell be a hot time In the old town No doubt There are several music teachers In town besides myself all perfect ladles and good teachers If I had to gain one scholar by an unkind word towards them Id rather give up every pupil and they are likewise Meddlesome malicious hypocritical bipeds who try to make trouble can never succeed for we are all too much iu harmony Some enemies are your most valuable friends especially when their reputation lawfully ublllid for lack of veracity I went through the two Mawsaoth eloihlntf dejwrtiueitts of Yeakel A Gos and the AreuU last Saturday The new Hoods wm UtUtjg pMd and stacked I stood wkWc ad aakwd will y this twimsny The answer ftow MMthr ett Arm VMMMt we always have atwl P M BmhI wife Mary lropMH thk fall aw sw usually en FrankHn wU aisUr Mm Hsaely vMtod Ewett Fry ml re visited relatives at Clif ton Mills Sunday Miss Nellie Cashman is visiting rela fives in Louisville School opened here last Monday with very good attendance Harvey English Jr was the guest of MissMattle Mllner Sunday Mrs Ida Severs has returned to be with Mrs Dr Wm Milner Mrs Sarah West of Louisville visited her sister Mrs It B Cox last week W S Cart and F M Cart and sister Mrs Lettltia Olaycomb have typhoid fever Mrs Geoige Barger and daughter Miss Bertha of Verona Mo are visiting rela- Â¬ tives Mrs Dr Milner is very sick at tills writing Miss Eva S Cashman went to LouisÂ¬ ville Thursday to atteud our Louisville Conference Mrs Kitty Able and Mrs Wm Cart visited Mrs Jerry Bashani whodo chil dren are sick witli typhoid fever Rev W F Cashman was here last Suuday and delivered one ot his good old time sermons Suuday night Miss Mallssa Cashman has returned from a weeks visit to her aunt Mrs William Han Kins ot Hltes Run Mrs 0 M McGlothlan aud Miss Mln ale Hoylo aud neice Sarah E Haynes vilted Mrs J B Haynes Friday Mrs Henry Wright of Apple ton Mo JvWtiig friend aud relatives In this vicinity after an absence of 21 years Messrs John Gardner and Louiile B Hall attended the Teachers Association which was held at Mooleyyllle last Satur Â¬ day George Huckeby of Rich Hill Mo wa the guest of his cousin Mrs Nancy Cart and daughter MI Maggie last Â¬ Btantia f OASTOHIA yTlia Kind You Ha 18 Always Bough Signature tZtfWt BIG SPRING Â¬ Mrs Meyer went to Louisville Satur- Â¬ day to visit relatives Miss Annie Jones attended the Con ference In Louisville Dr Strothor and J B Carter returned from Louisville Saturday Hugh Ditto of Owensboro came up Sunday and was the guest ot Miss Lydia Clarkson Charles Moorman was homo Saturday and Sunday from Constuutinp where he is teaching school Guy Meador has gone to Louisville to stay where he has a position at the stock yard witli Mr Hoskins Ben Clarkson la just finishing a large stock barn which will house two hundred cattle he is now lllllug his largo silo Ben Clarksou Jr lias gono to Louis ville to stay where hi has a position with Mansfield and Jeffries at the stock yard Mr Martoll was here this week and put In an exchange for us tho hotel which Is an improvement on tho switch that was there B A Tabor our veternary surgeon was called to Lowisport last week to see a very fine horse that was sick he re Â¬ turned Monday Mlaa Zelma Strotber returned home Monday from Hodgenvllle where she has been the past three wooka the guest ot Mrs Hugh LaltuH We are all ready to welcome Bro Walton back or another year as we havo had him three years hat at this writing we know not who the Bishop will see fit Health of the village bad Mrs Dugan Is very ill with fever Miss Jennie Green is in Louisville Dave Dowerlty is very 111 with fevers Dr Harris has returned from Virginia M W Stono went to Hardinsburg Fri Â¬ is 7 day PELLVILLE Charlie Stono returned to Chicago Sat- Â¬ urday The apple crop Is a failure here Sister Miller was the guest of Mrs Mrs Thomas Jett Is on tho sick list Storms Miss Annie Bartlett has typhoid foyer Willis Green returned from Loulsvillo Friday Adams Hawes went to Louisville last Mrs Stone was a guest ot Mrs Hughes week Thursday Master Pratt Moseley lias been laid up Miss Nannie Fisher is visiting at with a sore foot Millwood Mike Stephens Jr of Hawesvlilo was here last week W H Burch of Ohio county is convalescent Hugh Reld of Rockport moved to Bro Miller is attending Conference at town lost week Louisville Miss Katie Temple will spend the win- Â¬ Mrs Gross comtemplales visiting Bew- Â¬ ter with relatives at Greenville Miss leyville soon Miss Ida Bennett of Uticn Is at Hil- Â¬ Jessie Moorman Glendean will go to ary Bruners with her brother Herbert who is very sick Louisville soon T V T Baker of Floral will repre Â¬ Mrs Nannie Hudsons school is pro- sent the Masonic lodge here at the Grand greasing nicely Iodge in Louisville in October Mis Jennie Morgan went to Rock Hilary Bruner sold his farm last week Vale shopping to Charles Glover ttie mill man Char Â¬ Mrs Sue Mercer was a guest of Sister ley will erect a mill there soon Miller last week Miley Long will move to Rockport Hardin Portor who lias heon bo very soon Mirs Lydia Hubbard of Jackson- Â¬ ill is improving ville lla is visiting Mrs Artie Berry Mr Cooper Rock Vole is out ngain hast Sunday was Sunday School mis- Â¬ after n short illnusH sion day here The children had their Mr and Mrs Quertermous will attend pieces well and a nice time was had gen- Â¬ the Owensboro f dr erally The church is vory anxious to havo Miss Mayme Helm who was so poorly Bro Miller another year witli hemorago ot tho lungs nnd niter Mrs Ben Storms was tho guest ot Mrs wards took typhoid fever is thought to Frank Willson Monday be improving Wedding bells wedding bells dont Some of the officials wero after Weaver you hear them ringing Shadwick here last week who was in Â¬ Mr and Mrs Robards spent the day in dicted at the Daviess Circuit Court for horse stealing but lie skipped Hnrdlnsburg Wednesday Little Miss Louise Quertermous isiu The tobacco crop got in a strutt last Loulsvillo attending school week and had to be moved out of the Mrs Henry Clmmbliss attended church barns onto scaffolds None was injured tas the farmers wero watching it closely at Union Ciiapel Sunday Lid uncle Brock Ubiuchain one of the The new Hrraugement of trains makes first settlers here and who has killed traveling most convenient Hubert Ulianililiss made a Hying visit many ileers where lellville now is is very poorly and not expected to live to Ganoyvillo and Spring Lick long Mrs Sam Davison sold Eomo nice School began here last Monday week young cattle to Scott Robinson with a large attendance Prof T D Mrs Head had several guests Sunday Hale and Mim Ida Simpson ore iu com though I did not iet their nanicn mand ami every thing points to a good Iafo Beauchanip is iu Louisvillo pur- Â¬ school chasing a large stock ot tall goods There is such an n ul crop ot sorg Â¬ Allen Burch wiio lost his mind so hum here that the farmers cannot get suddenly is iio better at last account mills enough to make it up before frost Willis Green lias the woods full ot Some will doubtless cut it up and feed it men and teams cutting and hauling saw to stock logs 11 D Brown our machine man has Misses Mamie Stone Zilpah and Willie sold several of I lie latest Improved disk Clmmbliss wore guests of Miss Cora wheat dribs this fall T V T Baker Wingate Bro of Floral and J L Brown ot Oak Ollie Cooper aud wife of Louisvillo Grove were the last purchasers The wero tho guests ot relatives at Rock Vale farmers here are fast coming to tho front last week Little Mies Lillian Hook ot Hardins ineMiuTi Haw Always Bougkt burg was the guest of her father who is night miller here Messrs Willio Robertson Henry Cary and Arthur Wlmleii wero guests of tho Lord Itothnchllrtn rhyilclan Mifses GhambliKs Sunday One of tho Chinese methods is I be- Â¬ Pleaso dont take nowspapor items too lieve to pay tho physician ns long us seriously as there is liable to he a great the patient is in good health witli tho obvious intention of making it tho inmany unavoidable mistakes terest of tho doctor to kcop tho patient Miss Ilattio Stewart aud Leslie Brack well Apparently this is tho method were guests ot tho Misses Massie ot Lord Rothschild has ndoptod I hear Short Greek Saturday and Sunday that he pays Sir William llroudbuut a Styles Howard is teaching a most in- retaining feo of 1000 gniucus tv year William visiting him teresting rcliool at Rock Vule every conditional on Sir fool every Saturday to ills pulbo nnd hoo thing is arranged on the prin that ho is keeping iu good health ciple Shoflield Eugluud Tulegruph A lady from Contertown will bo the Ugly Itacea She will milliner hero this season Tho Bosjosmans in south central Af- Â¬ of October with a arrive about the first rica ore exceedingly ugly and exist al Â¬ fine line of millinery goods most in a state of animalism They The Suuday Buhool is thriving and a dwell in holes livo on roots mid roptilos great deal ot interest is manifested A nud huvu vory much tho appeurunco of nice little Christmas present is offered to tho apo Tho Cimiiiuckk of tho great Tartar the girl or boy with the best lessons mid family are ulthoigh civilized oxtromo most regular attendance ly ugly They havo short fat noses I am told that Joe Howard ot Rock small eyes higli check hones mid a Vale is pushing his arrangements to re protruding chin Â¬ 1 Â¬ OASTORIA Â¬ Â¬ Ring In the new Sing out the old Ring out the false Ring In tho true We brine to you tho new and true from the ptoey forests of Norway 44 DR Pine-Tar-Honey BELLS 1 Natures most natural remedy Improved by science to a Pleasant Pcrmancat Positive Cure for coughs colds and all Inflamed surface of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes The sore weary cough worn Lungs are exhila Â¬ rated the microbe bearing mucus is cut out the cause of that tickling is removed and the Inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that Is no Inclination to cough BOLD BY ALL QOOD BHUBBISTB Mlaa Only E tosed kgttr SVropINDIEVriON J OURCS fa DR CALQWCLLS N ssaispaswaaMsaiistsnaaMMa Ji K 22la -- iw tM wad YEAR OLD wniKly to Ot 1M1M rtaa-Tw-S4 rfnncwil MM It ftwa ytlc JL f 4tvf 2Se SOaan4 9XOOSI SURE YOU QET MMwaM liana lra liks HftTir4iqr Breckenridge News IVKIWKflDAY LOVES PROMISE Aoion the main and for sway Where the river Joins the Where blows the broom at break of day Mr true lovo waits tor me Hla brow la and hla eye aro eweet And hla heart both brave and trim Oli when my lovw eliall we eer meet My lonely self and yuuf Ah maid most dear hl lips reply In the northland far away We neer ahall meet till eternity Brooks through llfea cloudy day Wo neer may take lovoa lost adieu Ere death begins hla flight tint I for aye will atllt bo true And ao my love Rood nlghtl New York Lodger SEPT 28 1898 A Sprained Ankle A fnleo step a fall or n sudd on wrench Is very often tho cnuso of that painful straining of tho fibrous tiiunio commonly known us sprain Tho anklo is ns a rule the victimized mouther und ninny nro the tedious hours for whioh tho care less dispenser of orango pool can bo hold acoountable Thoro aro sovoral methods of treating n sprained anklo ono of which is strapping tho log from anklo Tho to knoo with adhoslvo plaster plastor is cut In strips about an inoli in width and of suflloiont length to encir- Â¬ cle tho log to within half an inch tho ppaco being loft to Insure froo circula- Â¬ tion This treatment can only bo appliod boforo tho leg begins to swoll thcroforo within a very short thno of tho accident Recovery by means of tho ordinary treatment that of elevating tho foot and having rocourso to hot applications may bo groatly accelerated by scientifla xnassago By proper manipulation tho swolling can bo roducod nnd tho pain lessoned in a very short timo If how over tho servico of ono who thoroughly understands giving tho treatment cannot bo obtained simple rubbing will of ten givo relief Tho rubbing must nl ways bo up not down and tho hands of tho oporator as woll as tho wounded limb should bo uindo thoroughly anti eoptlo before any friction is applied lent tho secretions of tho skin being rubbed into tho pores should bo reabsorbed and inflammation increased in tho strained tissuos Now York Ledger Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THROUGH A WINDOW Between her and mo thoro was a great gulf a chasm with precipitous walls of stono Wo woro so near to- Â¬ gether that 1 could seo tho color of her eyes when tho light shono fairly but bo twecn us was tho gulf and in tho bot tom of it a roaring rivor In tho morning tho rivor ran southward At noon it wns full of conflicting tidos that clashed and surged In tho lato afternoon it ran mostly northward toward Printing Honso square and Brooklyn bridge It was a river of humanity and tho gulf was tho canyon of Nassau street in Now York city She was on tho western bank nnd I on tho eastorn 150 feet abovo tho bed of tho stream Crossing was easy but I could not go bocauso I had no errand How could I invade thoofllcoof Stongh ton Bland nnd say Gentlemen I havo como to toll your secretary that I admire hor I did not think it fitting oven to nsk what nnuio sho boro of such acquaintances as might havo boon able to answer I would not havo known what firm employed her but I could read tho gilt lotters on tho glass door of their ofllco when thoro was light behind it in tho hall It was hard to mako thorn out for of courso thoy read backward to mo being gluod upon tho othor sldo of tho door but I looked across so often that I should havo mado them out nt last had thoy been Chinese characters Sho used to wear ucut and tasteful clothos and her hair was always just right Her desk and tho typewriting tablo wero never in disorder and from that I inferred that she had been well brought up a conviction ro enforcod by my observation of hor boaring toward all who spoko with her Busy from morning till night sho never seemed to bo hurried or worried and it seemed to me sho uovor had unfinished work to put osido at tho oloso of tho day As spring advanced hor window and mlno wero often opon It was then that a ray of sunshino striking down upon her ono bright morning showed mo that her oyes wero hazol I had thought they might bo blue for her hair was light Sho was of a slender figure not strong enough it seemed to mo to work so hard I notioed that her cheeks nover had in them enough color to bo visible from ncross tho canyon Tho man who dictated and signed most of tho letters that sho wrote wus a puzzling follow Ho lookod not moro than 80 but his hair was almost white Ho was always very considerate of her in his manner and sho obviously lookod up to him as a great man I wondered why ho did not soo that sho uocded a long rest nnd tho tonio air of tho mountains Probably ho found hor iudispon Bable in hie businoss affairs yet I fan- Â¬ cied ho might mako that ploa somo day and bo answorcd by tho reaper that no mortal is indispensable Sho was very faithful in her work and I think tho young man with tho gray hair appreciated It for I of ton saw him pruiso hor It was easy enough to knowwhou sho received this commendation for it pleased her oxtrcmely Thoro woro two clerks and a book- Â¬ keeper in tho employ of Stoughton Ac Bland and I indued that all of them woro deeply consoious of tho secretarys charms Tho youngest of them was obviously in Jovo with her and ho frequently got snubbed for his attentions Ho was a tall andhandsomo youth with corn colorod hair that rollod back from his forehead in a wavo which ho had tho good sense not to spoil with n comb nnd brush There was also a squaro shouldered Ho follow who bristlod with onorgy seemed to bo employed In outsido work and it was only in tho early hours that ho hod a chance to talk with her Sho treated him with suflloiont cordiality to cause jealous foelings on my sido of tho cauyon for it pleased mo to fauoy mysolf in lovo with hor Lastly thero was tho old bookkeeper who roust havo livod somowhero in tho country for ho brought her such flowers as tho florists do not soil and laid them on her desk boforo sho camo down Ho would bo alono in tho ofllco thou and ho did not know that I was watoh ing him from across tho chusm I huvo seen him spend 20 ininutos in arrang ing half u dozen wild flowers and then dodgo quietly away at tho sound of a step in tho hall In all my days at tho window I never saw him addross her till sho had first spoken to him Thero was a day iu Juno when she did not como to tho ofllco A tributo of blossoms nwaited her and I could read anxiety iu tho old bookkeepers buck whero ho stood by his desk on tho fur sido of tho room as tho ininutos passed on beyond tho usual time of her appearance Wheu the gray haired young man camo iu his first glance was dirocted toward tho desk of which tho lid was closed for tho first timo at that hour in many mouths Immediately a mossenger boy camo in with u telegram and when tho head of tho firm had road it ho looked toward tho closed desk ugaiu so I know what must bo in tho dispatch Tho bookkeep- Â¬ er was watching over his shoulder and by and by ho plucked up courage to usk a timid question of his employer The answer mado him look very gruvo Whatovor tho news may huvo been too communicated it to the light haired youth and the squaro shouldered follow in tho latter edge of tho luncheon hour before the chief had returned They took it very hard and tho younger of them stood by the window afterward when bo should havo been at work and ho lookod the picture of grief Yet tho girl was on hand at tho usual hour tho next morning und wus tho re- Â¬ cipient of cordial greetings though sho had to ask the bookkeeper for his In tho afternoon whon she stood by tho open window for a fow minutes I thought sho looked quite ill and worse than that sho seemed apprehensive Tho blight of melancholy was on hor I fancied her as ono of thoso nnfortuuates who In youth aro told that thero will bo no maturity that the seeds of loath Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A Queer Old Geography Among tho interesting old books nnd papers belonging to tho lato Edward V Wells of this city was a geography that lots in soma light on tho stato of general information in tho world a century nnd a half ago America is tho last quarter of tho world and thouorthpart of tho con Tho map tinent is very llttlo known of North America gives all tho region northwest of California as parts unknown Tho groat lakes aro down as Superior Illonois Huron Erlo and Froutenaa N England is all ono llt- Â¬ tlo patch reaching up to tho St Law Â¬ rence Louisiana occupies most of tho middlo country Tho Oyo river is tho name of tho Ohio Tho chiof town of New Horsey is said to bo Elizabeth Town Tho cliuiato is thus explained In tho north aro vast unknown Moun Â¬ tains pcrpotually covered with snow from whenco tho Winds blowing tho greatest part of tho year theso Countries booomo much colder than thoso in En ropo in tho saino latitudes It is interesting to uoto that this work that is inoro than a contury and a half old should advocate qui to vigorously tho construction of canals across tho Pana ma and Suez isthmuses Hartford Oourant Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i 4tod as guests at a table where Mr Gladstono was expected mado a wager that they would sturt a conversation on a subject about which oven Mr Glart ntono would know nothing To acom plish this end thoy read up an ancient magazine articlo on somo unfamiliar subject connected with Chinese manufactures When tho favorablo opportunity enmo tho topio was started and tho two conspirators watched with amusement tho growing interest in tho subject which Mr Gladstones face be trayed Finally ho joined in tho conversation and their amusement was tnrnod into gnashing of tcctli to speak figuratively when Mr Gladstono said Ah gentlemen I percoivo you havo been reading on articlo I wroto in tho Magazine somo 00 or 40 years ago Old Geronlmo Still Lively Old Gerouimo chief of tho Apaches Is tho most noted Indian of tho wild tribes of North America Ho is 00 yours of ago and as straight as an arrow His eyes aro koen piorcing and cruol His foot aro very largo When at tho post at Fort Sill L T old Geronlmo plays monto n gamo of cards liked very much by tho Indians bat when he can get permission to leavo tho reservation his time is spent in hunting of whioh ho is still very fond Chicago Inter Ocean Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Gladstone Fooled Them is On ono occasion two gcntlomen in Depend Dr Johnson was onco consulted by an old lady on tho degreo of wickedness to bo attachod to her sons robbing nn orchard Madam said Johnson it It low robbing a dozen orchards with im- Â¬ punity but tho vory first timo I climbed up an apple tree for I was always a heavy boy the bough broke with me and it was called a judgment She Knew all depends upon tho weight of the lioy I remember my Bchoolfollow Davy Garrick who was always a llttlo felÂ¬ No lovo she said you Yes I swear I do ho protested I lovo you with all my soul I would ask you to bo my wifo tomorrow if I wero properly Bituatod Hut his plea was useless Sbo had stmdied human naturo and know that when a man is really in lovo ho doesnt stop to consider whether ho can afford ma dont really to marry or not Cleveland Leader The Kxocptlou Durn you and your old groccryl shouted a man who bucked up against the fresh pulut Didnt you seo that sign Fresh asked tho grocer Faint Of courso I did but Ive soeu so many signs hung out hero announcing something fresh that wasut that I Iudiauapolls Jourdidnt believe it nal Â¬ how differently peoplo aro of fooled by tho sumo thing Have you been reading medicino No I was tbluking of my speech It kept mo awako four nights und put everybody who heard it to sloop ghum Its rcmarkaulo Ourselves nnd Others said Senator Sor Â¬ Washington Star Acknowledged hh said tho thought ful member of tho club that tho iuflu en co of fashion is entirely harmful Wo must admit that wo owo the milliner and dressmaker something Goodness yes I oxclaimod tho nsuully frivolous member shuddrrlug My account cunt be loss than 150 Brooklyn Llfo I do ii ot claim Â¬ OAWTOniA iw KM YnHmMm WgoatSM in BnU APOPLfcXY ATTACK aro planted ntra Turret Brew DEADLY SEA SNAKES GRAVE ALIVE IN Threo days later sbo was absent How the ratlent Should lie Treated to again Then I saw hor ou threo succes Â¬ Facilitate Recovery THE CHANCES FOR SUCH A FATE ARE sive days leaving out of account nn in Â¬ VILE REPTILES THAT INFEST THE WA Â¬ Apoploxy is caused by tho rupturo of TERS OF THE PHILIPPINES EXTREMELY REMOTE tervening Sunday Again sho failed to a blood vessel iu tho bruin This acciappear but only for n day nnd tho ro dent mny bo followed by jmrnlysls from mnluder of tho week sho was in hor no Tho Venom of These Serpenta la More tho cutting off of tho norvo floors thus In Tlmea of Ilaajne and resilience the customed placo ratal Than That of the Cobra and at separating thorn from tho norvo colls Ureatest Danger of Prematura Hnrlal Monday Tuesday mid Wednesday Mere tkirateh JTrom Their range Will with which thoy nro connected in tho Kilsts The Death Test That la Applied passed with no glimpse of her Iu the brain Tho paralysis may be cither Produce Serious Results In Vienna later afternoon of that last tiny n muu slight or very sovoro In vory light at who could bo known for n doctor half n Not only do various reptiles and othor Most of us havo a lingering lovo of bo mile away mndo n long cnll upon tho queer creatures abound in tho forests taoks of apoploxy thoro may andsimplyÂ¬ life and tho thought that thoro is just trantemporary nnoonsotousnoss iicad of tho firm Thoy conversed vory nnd swamps of tho Philippines but tho numbness of ouo tho fnco tbo barest possibility of boing bnriod soriously for a fow minutes nnd then surrounding water of theso interesting sientono arm or somo sido ofportion and othor of nlivo sonds n shudder through us drifted to general themes and laughed islands team with vorltablo sea sorponts Medical men know that tho human tho body Thoro is usually no warning nnd puffed thoir cigars as if nothing Theso strange creatures whioh pass boforo an attack at least nono which body in timo of illness nud at othor woro wrong That fixed my ostlmato of thoir entire existence in the water pos would bo llkoly to bo dotcctod by an times too is liablo to assumo all the tho gray haired young man at a vory sess deadly fangs Thoy aro a groat unprofessional person In many cubcs nn outwnrd appearances of death without low point In tho scale m on ace to tho flshormon who aro con- Â¬ examination by physician would distho final separation having nctually ti sign of her during tho stantly exposed to thoir attaoks Thoro was no close tho fact that hardening of tho taken placo Thero aro tho coma cata Technically speaking scicnoo has arteries or thocbango known as arterioweek On Monday I saw unusual sights loptlo and other forms of tho uncon Â¬ iu tho ofllco across tho way First tho named tho group tho Hydrophldio sclerosis in which t10 artery walls bo scious state oach ono bringing in its old bookkeeper camo in and whllo ho Thoy dlffor from tho torrcs trial snakes como brlttlo has begun Tills chaugo is trend tho very simulation of death Itsolf had tho ofllco to himself ho sat in hor only in tho possession of a flat paddlo usually present in oxtromo old ngo but Happily a medical man nowadays chair and I saw him shod tears Thon liko tail Thoso roptilos inhabit tho it sometimes occurs prematurely as tho said n physician to a reporter expo tho young mnn with tho corn colorod tropical seas of tho old world and occa rioncos no difficulty in doclnring his pa result of disordered nutrition hnlr uppcarod and upon my word I sionally attain it length of 8 foot Dr Whon on attack of apoploxy occurs tient to bo doad as n general rule but was afraid to soo him stand by tho open Rudolph Weber professor of drawing tho individual should bo placed nt onco it mny porhaps happen onco in his llfo window- - with such a look upon his In Princeton university observed largo in n horizontal position with tho head time that ho may havo a doubt in faco lest ho should cast himself down uambors of thoso creatures whllo on a raised nnd should bo kopt ns still as whioh caso conviction either way folto tho bottom of tho gulf steamer bound for Sumatra Dr Webor possiblo Ico should bo applied to the lows upon his findings whioh aro sim A llttlo Inter tho threo clerks tho was in chargo of a scloutiflo expedition head tho purposo of tho treatment bo Â¬ plo and concluslvo and in which ho gray haired man and an elderly person and naturally took special notloo of ing to limit tho damago dono to tho cannot bo mistaken whom I took to bo tho second niombor thorn Ho says that whon tho vessel was brain by lessening tho forco of tho cirIt is uufortuuutoly true that thero of tho Arm just arrived from abroad some 60 miles off tho coast myriads of culation Recovery whon it takes plrico nro thousands of norvous pooplo now had heard a rumor that ono of son snakes could bo seen swimming after an attack of apoploxy can occur walking about in four of boing buriod for I thorn had boon iu Europo nearly a year about ns far as tho oyo could roach only on tho absorption of tho clot which nllvo this morbid oonviotion coming assembled in conference on n piano of Thoy kopt upon the surf noo and sovoral has been formed and tho Vopalr of tho about through reading of an isolated equality which only n mutual deop sor- distinct spocioa woro recognized among damaged nerves Theso repairing proo caso happening horo and thoro whero row could huvo justified After uwhilo them porhaps somo ono has had a narrow os csses usually require sovoral months two clerks brought iu somo largo paste During calm weather thoso roptilos Thoy will somotimes coutiuuo during capo of boing subjected to a living buriaL board boxes which contained flowers may bo soon sunning thomselvcs upon several years but genorally whatever Theso escapes groatly outnumber for though thoy woro opeuod in a part tho surface of tho soa remaining mothoso of tho notual occurrence itself Improvement is llkoly to occur will do of tho ofllco that my vlow did not woll tion loss except for a slight undulation Tho cataloptlo usually show signs of volop within a year or 18 months folcommand I got a gllmpsoof whito blos caused by tho movement of tho water lowing tho attack Improvement can bo life just in tho niok of timo to disap soms nnd green leaves When alarmed tho agile roptilos divo groatly fuoiHtatcd by proper treatment point tho undertakers and to roliovo sorI think thoso men wero nil sincere liko arrows leaving a train of bubbles In tho majority of cases of npoploxy rowing friends but not one of them not oven tho old behind thorn Somo spocloB aro oxtromo Of courso much of tho ovidenco on disordered digestion is found present bookkeeper felt a grief that matched ly brilliant in coloration being bright Tho tonguo is thickly coated nnd tho whioh tho allegation of premature mine Nothing just liko that has over yellow banded with block whilo othors stomach is tho scat of abnormal ferburial is basod dopends on tho act that como into my life Perhaps I should aro tinted with dollcato shadosof green mentation This condition must bo cor- Â¬ bodies on exhumation havo boon occanothing sympathetic or at havo found Tho food of son snakos consists entire rected and every possiblo menus must sionally found distorted thoreby foster tractive in that woman if I had mot her ly of fishes Frequently fishes armed bo adopted for building up tho general ing tho notion that this or that occu Â¬ faco to fnco but whon that mooting on with long sharp spines fall victims to health Electricity mossngo nnd hy- Â¬ pant of the coffin has died from suffo- Â¬ this sido of tho grave had becomo im thoir appetites Among theso aro tho drotherapy aro also of groat servico in cation a theory which is supported by possible I pictured her in speech nnd in apogous and siluroids whioh are fur- Â¬ combating tho consequences of apoploxy tho favorablo condition of othor ox heart and soul as all that hor sweet faco nished with spines threo and flvo inchos humed bodies Exchange had promised long But thoso do not embarrass tho But the idea is altogether wrong in How to Make Clam Fritters I longed to sharo with thoso who had voracious reptilo in tho least Tho vicfact nnd in principlo It is woll known Fifteen largo clams cut in half To among thoso who havo mado it a study known her the privilege of expressing tim is first killed by tho snakes poison my sorrow nt her early death indood I after which it 1b swallowed head first a pint of sifted flour ndd two woll beat that the apparent distortions instead resolved to do so oven nt tho risk of Tho spiuos naturally pointing toward en eggs a half pint milk and a scant half of demonstrating a living burial purecommitting an impropriety Therefore the tail of tho victim and being rolaxod pint of clam liquor Beat batter until ly dopond upon natural causes brought when I saw tho pastoboard boxes dis in death aro comprossod against tho entirely freo of lumps thou stir in about by decomposition tho iufluenco patched in tho custody of tho messenger body of tho fish as deglutition proceeds clams Put lard or bcof drippings into of which is sufficiently strong enough boys I hostenod to iutorcopt thorn on Whilo in search of thoir proy sea frying pan Heat it to boiling thou to bulge out and even burst lendon drop in clam batter by spoonful Fry coffins This phonomonou does not hup tho stroot It was easy enough to road 6nakos somotimes venturo a short disbrown on ono sido then turn and brown pon In every case but it docs in a great tho addross upon tho boxes but thoro tance up tho mouth of largo rivors was no nnmo only u stroot andnumbor Dr Webor records an instanco whore on tho othor Servo in vory hot dish many iu Brooklyn ho was fishing in ono of the rivors on garnished with parsley No no I I shall not go so fnr ns to That wus Bufflcicnt howovor I has Â¬ tho cast coast of Sumatra Ho was using say that a premature burial has novor Uow to Make Grape Jelly tened to n florists and gavo orders for n dragnet and had oornorod a numbor taken placo but it has not occurred so such tokens as seemed to bo appropriuto Tho most satisfactory way to mako often as is thought I dare say it may of medium sized fish fm tho not was And so that was tho end Tho sight boing brought in two largo sea snakes grape jolly is to put tho grapes in u occur in times of plagues and pestiof hor at tho window day after day a suddenly made their appearance inside granito kottlo with ono half cup of wa Â¬ lences whoro tho presumed doad aro feeling of cheer from hor bright pros Thoy showed no signs of unoaslnoss at ter for each four quarts boil until soft buriod within a fow hours of death cuco near mo and then tho sorrow for capture but woro hurriedly gobbling strain through a jolly bag pressing That is whero much miscbiof lies But tho loss of ono whoso vory namo I did down the cornered fishes Nor did they through all that will como boll 20 when pauio provuils where does thought not know I missed hor heartily in ccaso operations until tho last fish had minutes add as much sugar as juico como in thoso succoodiug weeks disappeared whon tho formidable crea- Â¬ and boil ten minutes This is vory dark In plagues such as cholora tho Even so lato us Septombor I had by tures mado their escape and rich and takes tho placo of grapo stato of oollapse is so profound that it no means forgotten hor or tho incidents jam without tho addition of tho usoless may perfectly simulate doath Itself but Being air breathers tho sea snakes Bcods and skins To mako very nico tho custom of burying the dead on tho connected with that timo of straugo and lead a similar existence to tho whalo fanciful sorrow It wus on tho fifth day Scientists have expressed much interest grapo jolly put tho grapes in a jar day of death is fortunately on tho wano of that month wheu u man of familiar ns to how long thoy can remain under placo it in a kottlo of boiling water oven during advaucod epidemics It is aspect yet certainly not an acquaint water Professor R P Witflold of tho boil until soft put in a jolly bag lot probable that in tho absence of medical do not press ance walked into my office Ho camo American Museum of Natural History Add an equal aid in punio times in country places drain but slowly up to mo and laid two cards whilo dragging for coruls saw a large quantity of sugar and boil ten minutes abroad it has led to living burial inupon my desk Ono was my own und sea snake lying motionless among some What remains in tho jolly bag may bo deed it must havo done But tho last tho other boro tho inscription John coral growths somo oight feet below mado into sauco by tho addition of wa Â¬ end of all under such conditipns is merM Douglas M D the surfaoe It showed no signs of fear ter and sugar and boiling n fow minutes ciful for it must not bo forgotten that Tho namo wus not familiar but the and remained in tho samo position for if you aro unconscious only while be- Â¬ llow to Fricassee Kgg s certainly seen Ah half an hour Tho venom of thoso repman himself I had ing hermetically 6eulod in your coffin to bo sure Ho was tho doctor who hud tiles is ovou moro deadly than that of Put two tublespooufuls of butter in a you will nover ngniu oxporionco voluncomo to tho ofllco across tho way when tho cobra Tho fangs aro vory short pan over tho flro Add a tublespoonful tary motion or sensation tho end wns drawing near and consequently do not penetrate so of flour stirring constantly u sprig of Howover whero tho doctor can bo Thats my card and tho other one doep ns tho fangs of most serpents but finely cut parsley half a dozon mush Â¬ consulted liviug burial is impossible is yours isnt it said ho of milk in oven in a cholera panic for thero are only a scratch from them is necessary rooms cut small half a pint I nodded to produce serious results Owing to which has boon added a dessertspoon- Â¬ cortuiu bodily movements which genorYou bent it with somo flowers to thoir groat shyness accidents aro very ful of clear beefsteak Simmer flvo min Â¬ ally occur of tor death from oholora in 811 Do Vuux stroot Brooklyn on Juno raro When cornered thoy snap upon a utes then add half a dozen hard boiled tho nbsenco of which a medical man 28 didnt you victim As the oyes aro adapted only eggs Out in slices Sorvo hot Season would hesitate to certify for burial thoy woro for for uso in the water they strike blindly with half a teaspoonful of salt and a Yes I roplied In ngos gouo by nnd in uncivilized hor when brought into tho air nlthough Baltspoonful of popper countries still it is possiblo thnt uncon- Â¬ And I glanced across tho way living for days when removed from scious cataloptics or persons drugged to Uow to Make Crab Apple Jelly Woll you probably huvo somo thoir nativo elomont apparent death may havo been and rational explanation for it said ho Pick tho apples over reject all poor perhaps still aro occasionally buriod Many specimouS hauled up in fisher Â¬ but hung mo if I know why you should mens nets havo been sent to zoological ones and cut out any bruised spots nlivo but I do not boliovo that in our have sent that cartload of funeral em gardens Tho London gardens oven Wash coro and quarter put in tho own country or in any civilized laud blems to her ou tho occasion of her wedwent so far ns to build a special tank preserving kottlo with water enough to such ovents nro possible ding If you wishod to intimate that for their accommodation But these cover and boil until soft Strain but do In Vienna the custom prevails of murriago to mo was equivalent to death captured spocimns either die en route not squoezo tho bag boil tho juico ton taking a body to tho mortuary on the was n bad joke sir and if you didnt or a short timo after being placed in minutos add an equal quantity of su Â¬ evo of burial whore it is tested it then what iu thunder did you moan captivity Seeking a dark corner of gar and boil flvo minutes Apple butter Thimbles nro placed on tho fingers of Ive carried that puzzlo with mo 2000 thoir tank thoy refuse all food and ul Â¬ may bo mado of what is in tho bag tho dead to which are attuohed wires miles this bummer on our wedding timately starve to death Arouud the Press through a colander odd water connected with tho mortuary bells journey nnd now by Lucifer youvo numerous volcanic islands of tho Malay Â¬ until it is liko sauce thou add ono half Havo tho bolls over rung Yes onoe got to toll luo tho answer I an archipelago thoso reptiles aro par- Â¬ cup cidor vinegar and two pounds of It is impossible for a doctor to mis Â¬ I dont want to go any further with ticularly numerous Frequent eruptions sugar to each gallon Flavor with cintake uuconsoiousness in its varied forms this story It has como to a point whero occur among thoso islands which aro namon boil down about ouo third for death tho recollections aroused aro really too hardly moro than tho body of the vol- Â¬ Threo hours is nono too long Core Some timo ago it was suggested that painful Boston Truubcript must bo taken that lc doon uot burn cano a law should bo passed making it com During tho timo of an eruption tho pulsory for a medical man to tost bodies How to Make Orange Honey A Turkish Admiral few pooplo residing near by tako to tho boforo giving a certificate of death Mix togothor tho juico of threo or- Â¬ Testing by electricity was thought of An admiral of tho Turkish fleet sea water in their boats to escape tho ruin anges tho grated rind of ono n small but it is an open question yot whether sick in a storm was disturbed by a of ashes and mud grating noiso Ho inquired whenco it It is genorally a case of jumping cupful of sugar a tablcspoonful of but Â¬ elootricity kills or only stuns At all ter and fho boaton yolks of two eggs events wo iu this country aro not con- Â¬ proceeded and ou being told it was the from tho fryiug pan into the fire howCook vinced that such a test would bo satis- Â¬ save tho whites for tho torts rudder of tho ship ho desired it might ever At such times the sea liooomes bo immediately taken off Loudon Tit uncomfortably warm from its close over a slow fire stirring constantly un- Â¬ factory or afford sufficient ovidenco of til clear and about ns thick ns honoy death although it has its value On the Bits proximity to tho burning mountain and tho sea snakes swim wildly about Sorvo cold Tbo quantities given hero other baud I dont think legislation of A Philosopher Thoy endeavor to olimb will mako enough of tho honoy for two this kind is necessary It would cer- Â¬ for escape Frances Willard onco wroto to a over the guuwalas of tho refugees meals tainly refloat upon the medical profes- Â¬ friend who had just lost a daughtor boats whilo they twlno thoir bodies in sion Uow to Make Poulette Sonp Dear Sister Anua how much richer grout masses ubout the forward chains Tho Viennoso custom is a wlso ono Molt throo tablospoonfuls of buttor in aro you than II Hero I sit alono withWhen about to lay thoir eggs and I should liko to soo it moro gener- Â¬ out q child to die while you aro mother serpents approach tho shore The theso a saucepan and add throo tablospooneggs fuls each of out celery turnip nud carPearsons Weekly ally adopted to an angel are laid abovo high water mark and rot a tublespoonful of minced onion a left to hatch by the heat of tho sun The Poor Kdltor How to Make luree of Means bay leaf blado of lnacc sprig of parsley Soak ono half pint of small whlto Many creatures prey upon the young and cook slowly 20 ininutos Then udd Bill Did you road about that follow beans overnight drain put into u roptilos Among their enemies are threo tablospoonfuls of flour bleud and writing a poem ou a f 50 bill sharks and other largo fishes whllo the pour in gradually throo pints of milk baucopan and covor with cold water of Jill No The oditor kopt Boil slowly for six hours As wuter adults in splto of thoir death dealing with two toaspoonfuls of salt a salt ooursa fangs full viotlms to sea eagles and spoonful of popper and cook nil in dou ovajwrutes add hot water No Ho returned it About an bio boiler for 20 minutos hour befoio timo to serve ndd smnll largo gulls After tho groat typhoons Strain into What an editor return a t00 bill pleoo of salt pork or hum trimming n which are common in tho Philippines tureen in which is a half cupful of Yes Ho didnt know what It was llttlo thymo and sweet murjorani aiid n and thoir vicinity many of thoso crea cream beaten with two yolks of eggs Yonkors Statesman tures may bo found along tho beach half dozen cloves When dono removo now to Make White Soap pork and rub through stove Thin with whero thoy have boon cast up during Ono tho tallest Whito soup mado from veal bones is Britain of situutod at stacks in Groat u llttlo hot milk und servo with crou- Â¬ the storm and killed by tho violent Llauolly From is pounding of tho waves Now York delicious Boll tho bonos throo hours tons tho base of tho foundation to the ox Â¬ Times with ono onion ono turnip two carrots tromo summit is 400 feet high The ltow to Soften Cabbage Just boforo you cap of tbo top weighs 27 tons and 720 A planter in Honduras has a right to Strain and boll again Remember that cabbago greens und register himself and CO laborers servo it add ouo pint of cream or milk 000 bricks were used in its construc savoys to bo good must bo cooked in Take from tion whereby they aro exempt from military and throo eggs well boaton It is oiroalar in form and in a plenty of boiltug water with u tablo stovo and stir rapidly service galo bends extremely spoonful of suit to every half gallon Time the Magician Boil them with tho lid off tho pan and Uow to Hake IJrer Pate Mother What is the matter Clara How to Make Rhubarb Sherbet very fust constantly pressing them down Ouo wholo liver ono pound buttor Wash eight stalks of rhubarb and You look distressed under tho water If tho water is very Clara a brido Qoorgo has has had ono half teaspoonful onion juice one hard add a very small lump of soda to without skinning cut it in ono inoh pieces Put It in a saucepan with a to go off on a a trip and he wont bo pound frosh mushrooms one small can largo potful of water Tho stalks a truffles salt and popper to taste Boil wheu thick should ulwuys bo split in quart of cold water and cook slowly un- Â¬ buck for for two days boohool tho liver until tender pick it to pieces Sumo Mother somo years later til very tender Add tho grated rind of fours and take oat all tho fiber Stew the a lemon and tbroo ounces of granulated How loug will your husband bo away Uow to Clean Paint Same Clara I forgot to ask Now aoahrooms until teader Melt the bat Â¬ sugar and stand aside covered in a Ono of tho best methods of cleaning ter Pat all tho ingredients together iu flvo hours Strain York Weekly cool place ordinary paint work Is to employ whit Â¬ and ohilL for four or a chopping bowl add the seasonings Only One More of Them ing mixed to a pusto with water It aad chop very fine Press carefully into should bo rubbed on with a piooo of The now rector gazes mildly at tho woll battered molds and let cool To be The chaffinch is a favorite bird in courso flannel und then sponged off with Goruiuny It is beautiful and a fine smull boy iu tho Sunday school und eaten with salad or for late sapper par Â¬ warm water in which a very unall singer Its various colors aro gray or says My dear llttlo follow huvo you ties It also makes delloiotts ailing for portion of Imperial soft soap Las been deop bluo ou the Heck a reddish brown read tko Thirty uiuo Articles sandwiches One half the qaaatity dissolved Paint which has a highly oa tho breast white ou tho wing covert No rejoined tbo small boy bat wakes one largjnold Lmi polished surface is but planned with Ive lead the Forty Thieves Jtd btuoith blaek on tb tail One Minute Cough Cure cutm sou Figaro furulturo cream J That Is whet It wm Macs rati THE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fftmiMi Barbarity The deadly work at Manila was gen Â¬ erally performed in tho cool of tfce morning That these events woro fully appreciated was shown by tho prose on tho Lunotta of thousands of peOvta Hundreds of fashionably dressed ladlet and gontl onion graced tho occasion with their presence For the most part thoso fashionables camo in thoir equip agos Theso Indies would stand in their vehiolos determined not to miss atty part of tho ghastly show Tho signal from tho commanding lionteuant that tho victims were dead was tho signal for thoso delighted lady spectators to wavo thoir handkerohlofs or parasols as ovidenco of thoir satisfaction As a genoral thing thoso wero frightfully growBomo affairs There was a fir Â¬ ing squad of flvo for each unfortunate Thl squad of executioners would bo stationed about ton paces immediately to tho roar of thoir human target In most lnstancoa tho soldiers constituting tho firing squad were natives They wero socrotly in favor of tho rebellion and 110 mombor of tho squad cared to flro tho fatal shot Consequently each man would aim for tho arm or leg This of courso only addod to tho horror of tho affair Thero was ono occasion when It lead Â¬ ing mombors of tbo secret revolutionary society tho Catapunun woro executed Thoro was not a singlo instanco at this oxceution whoro tho unfortunate was killed by tho first volley In a majori Â¬ ty of enses throo or four volloys were roqulrod and in ono instanco five vol loys woro fired boforo tho surgeon de- Â¬ clared tho man dead Tho announcement that all were dead wns tho signal for mnslo by tho band gay triumphal music Roviow of Roviows Â¬ Â¬ The Needle and the Hplloter Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ othor foreign substnnco often jabbed into small boys hands or knees through thoir reckless falling If tho noodle is passed through an alcohol flamo or boiling wator and used without touching tho point with tho fingers it is safo Tho averngo mothor thinks if sho uses a nccdlo instead of a pin sho has con- Â¬ ceded all that is required of her but tho surgeon keen to tho dangers of germ contamination knows that n stop far Â¬ ther is necessary Tho lecturer also spoke of tho valuo in tho mothers medicino chest of a lit- Â¬ tle gutta pcroha tissuo such as every ouo who has had a tooth filled will recog- Â¬ nize This will bo found to bo of great servico in covering any moist dressing of wounds as it protects tho clothing from tho wet and also retains tho mois Â¬ ture which it is needed to preserve in the dressing New York Post Â¬ In discoursing to a womaus club recently a physician dwelling upon how to treat childrens bruises told of a slmplo method to storilizo n ueedlo that was to bo used to pick out a splinter or Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ An Old View of the Spaniard Let us seo what that acute observer and profound thinkor Francois de la Motho lo Vayer said about the Span- Â¬ iards of tho eighteenth century They aro melancholy treacherous inhospita- Â¬ ble miserly superstitions importunate in thoir courtesy but constant deter- Â¬ mined taciturn admirable foot sol- Â¬ diers enduring hunger thirst all the fatigues of war accomplishing by tho bead rather than the hand and gaining moro by ruses and stratagems than by open forco Tho Spaniard is cour Â¬ teous at tho start contenting himself with remarking quietly all that which is of valuo in u placo but his leave tak Â¬ ing is terrible becuuso it is thon that he strikes pillaging and laying wast Boston Journal without morcy I Â¬ Websters International Dictionary Succtuor othe Unabtidgtd Tho One Great Standard Authority JuiUce So wrltpa linn 1 J llfflwtr U H Hapreuie Court o ooc Â¬ of thutTRdoylIMntins Oftlce tho V 8 Huumiie wuurw nil me nmu nu YrmeCoiirtamluf nenr standard i Â¬ ij ail me bcduoiuooii Iit State SuperlntemlenU olNiliooli Colbro deiitAmottierhuiicators almost wuuoul nuntuor Warmly Commended lt J Â¬ Br Ajxrciie ngtt sent oiiapplUaUon to G C aierrlatu CoIubllstierH In the household and to the Usathcr scholar pro leuiunai niau aiiu sen v1 neat uir Invaluable Springfield Man CAITTIOTV Websters Â¬ Do not be deceived la olivine small so called Dictionaries AU antlienUot ilrtliwients of Welisters International Diction ry iu ina canons sizes near our tnuie marK on iiu i run iu er us suown iu his cuts Â¬ Â¬ Safety Comfort Louisville d hmk i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Packet Line Fait Hall Line Uttwtoa if Louisville and Evansville ST8AMKR8 E G RAGON F M Â¬ Hjan Mailsr W A Blihop Pnnaf TARASCON D L Penny Muter L T Conner Farter Â¬ TELL CITY R II Ballard Mailer W B NewWll Parfer P D STAGGS - - Kj ii Daily except Saturday LeaiTH aad Wsw AinilirJim Fre M blrp by tklillaedHrra4qe er taaa by rail TravaJeri will And the sUaauri are naior pasted In equipment aad aeeeamodatte The best culinary ar oooij be umu It equal to that f tb but hotels Gsasral oleae 176 aad ITS 4th Atmm beta ttfhjti aJ UsIitIIIs D V FKNNT W w HIT - Sl- O V WlIJJAaW T Ffas P A Owmhon Ky A yli eWiaKfcJsL -- - itnJtiUlL jtgajttKUjj Vi IT fura PWIVWjNpSW On SPPPpplP ugppiipiiiuji u pjiiw Gov MacCorkles Endorsement Ex Coy of Wnt Hon W A MaeCnrkl Virginia sulda hU nam te the tons list of Statesmen benefited tjr le rana He heartily recommend a ca B For corns and coughs and all lung troubles PERSONAL MENTION Virge Wilson spent Sunday in 1ouIb yllle Mrs 0 E Llghtfoot went to Sorgho S imlny to visit her parent Minn Lela Henlpy went lo Ixiulsville Thuisday on business Mrs Mary Gabbert went to Branden burst Sunday to visit telatlves Mr I It Helm of Siephmisporf was in tint city Tlmrmlay ou buslnew Mr and Mrs William Perkins went to Balltowu Suuday to spend a week Mr aud Mrs George II Krtw of Pinoyille Ky have returned home Ed Kulley and Will Overbyof HawB vlllo were in tho city Sunday visiting Mr and Mrs George Dently of Haw- Â¬ esville returned to their homo Thursday S Rosenblatt of Hawesville went to Louisville Saturday to spend the Jewish holiday John Dean of Glendeane spent Suu Â¬ day at Holts the guest of Mr and Mrs J Minor Mrs Frank Beavln departed Sunday for Cecelia where she will be the guest of her parents John Phelon and Bob Polk went to Hancock county Monday on a tobacco buying expediii m Mrs Sam Porter and children of Fordsvillo aro visiting at Mrs Porters old home Maloou 111 Mrs A M llttrdiu who has been vis Â¬ iting at Brandenburg has returned to her home at Lodtbutg Engeno Iglehart ot Evansvllle was the guest of Orville Skillman at Cedar wood Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Till Pauley returned homo Sunday evening niter a two weeks visit with friends in Evansvllle Marion Heist a deputy revenue col- Â¬ lector ol Henderson was the guest of his brother-in-laJ E Keith Sunday Miss Ethel Oeli- - returned last week from an extensive visit with friends at Daryille and other points in the Blue- Â¬ w CONDUCTS A FISH FARM What Judicious Care and Feed TERRIBLE GRIME Brutal Outrage of a Bride of a Few Hours Made The Victim of a Pack of Human Wolves t evisVeVsaV tWa aV Agers Ikcrrg Pectoral k tho standard put up in half remedy Get a Divorce From your light summer underwear Look it our mid weight suits They are made on hygienic principles and go far towards promoting the health and comfort of the wear- Â¬ Â¬ ingWill A Do tarrh remedy and tonic It is now sizo bottles HALF SIZB HALP PRrCtt Pellville Man Who Makes a Success of Fish Raising M Moseley writing from Pellville Breckenridge News pays WEDNESDAY SEPT 28 1808 J i Local Brevities Haswells for harness Beat Baddies at lowest prices j lias wells Haswells is headquarters for horse clothing School books and school supplies at Babbages Repairs on harness done quickly and cheaply at Haswells Go to Babbage for your school books and school supplies Largest stock of saddlery and Harness In this section at Haswells Baptist Association The Blackford meets at New Hope In Hancock county Oct 5 Sam Bear in of Kirk likes no the Nkws weJKliat he has paid his subscription to 1000 Percy Careon a former Oloverport boy who has been living in St Louis is now at Montgomery Ala where he is in the lunch room at the Union depot ltjWanco Pellville has tho finest fish pond in the Slate We went with the owner H D Brown last Sunday to feed the fish When bread was thrown in the water thousands would come to the top after It We noticed several that were over two feet In length and Mr Brown sas that somo will weigh from twenty to thirty pounds He had several brought from the river some years since to stock the pond aud by proper care and liberal feed ing he has thousands ot valuable fish The pond covers an acre ot ground and is from ten to twelve feet deop Any one coming to Pellville would do well to go aud take a look at this mlnature lake and Its inhabitants It proves beyond a doubt that every farmer can construct a pond and raise his own fish as easy it not easier than he can raise hogs Tho farmers here are making prepara- Â¬ tions for a large crop of wheat They have the finest crop of tobacco on hands they ever raised and a splendid corn crop Health of the people is better general- Â¬ ly here than it has been for years Every body is busy and all things point to pros- Â¬ perity in tho near future the like of which was never experienced here Â¬ Hon W A MacCobbxb Ei Got of Wit VlrzlaU Charleston W Va March 0 1898 a Medicine Cc Columbus O a GKNTLtMKN as a Your tonic Is certainly unexcelled and in a number of casos that have come under my observation where it has been used for catarrh or any disease which has its origin in that malady It has been has my of great benefit hearty recommendation both as a tonic and catarrh remedy W A MacCORKLF Is a permanent and scler tine euro for catarrh It is purely vegetable and works In harmony wltr nature All druggists sell It Pe-ru-nPe-ru-Pe-ru-- THE SAME OLD STORY Man Acts as Peacemaker and Gets Killed The Result of a Saturday Fight at Paynesvlilc On Saturday a week ago John Kerrick and a man named Prather got into a difficulty near Paynesville in Meade In the fightthat ensued Kerrick it is alleged pulled out a knifeand endeavor- Â¬ ed to carve Prather in ribbons Prather to defend himself slezed a club and endeavored to ward oh Ker ricks lunges with it Haskell Mattlngly who was standing near tried to act as peacemaker and just as Kerrick lunged viciously at Prather with his knife Mattlngly ran between the two men lo keep them apart Kerrick seeing that his knife was useless iu the fray slezed a rock Mattlngly in the meantime ran in and slezed Prather and while he was holding the latter Kerrick throw the rock at Prather The mlssle instead of hitting the intended victim struck Mattlngly the peacemakeron the head and fractur- Â¬ ed his skull Kerrick was tried before a magistrate for his part in the difficulty and as it was thought Mattlngly was not badly hurt he was fined 4 and costs On Thursday however Mattlngly died from the result of his injuries and Ker- Â¬ rick was arrested and placed in tho Meade county jail at liraudenburg Mattlugly leaves a wifo nnd three children Â¬ ON THE WAYS Olarance Keith who has been con- Â¬ ducting a monumental works at Leltch field has moved his family back to this city and it is understood will go into business with his father D B Parish went to Louisville Sun Â¬ day on business He reports the saw milling industry in the county to bo quite active He has a large contract to get out lumber for the Dean Tio Com- Â¬ pany W S Beard of Hardinsburg is mak Â¬ ing arrangements to move to Louisville whore he will go into the tobacco busi ness with Peerless Tobacco Company with which hla brother Is prominently Identified Mrs Mary Baker mother of Baker Bros merchants at Hawesville and Har- Â¬ dinsburg has ronted the Beelor property at Hardinshurg and will move there next week from Hawesville She will make Hardinsburg her permanent home Â¬ The Sunken Tell City to Be Repaired New Boat In Her Place grass Shearln It will be a pleasant surprise to many readers of the Nkws to learn that Marcus Mattlngly the well known dry goods merchant at Kirk has been united in marriage to Miss Ella Shearln of the same place The ceremony was per- Â¬ formed Wednesday morniuo by Father Gabe of Hardinsburg The contracting parties are very popular among their friends and we congratulate them and hope they will have a happy journey through life Mattlngly Episcopalian Services To night The Rev M M Benton was prevented from fulfilling his appointment here for last Suuday aud will hold services at the Methodist church this evening Wed nesday at 730 oclock All are wel- Â¬ come Thursday Sept 20 being the feast of St Michael and All Angels Holy Communion will be celebrated at 7a m All commulcants are especially requested to bo present Vuat Tobacco Spit and Kuiole Your life Ami To quit tobacco eually arid forever bo mac netlo full ot life nerto and vigor take wonderworker tltattnakc weak men itrong All drjigglits Wo or Curecuaran teed Booklet and sample free Address Sterling Remedy Co Chicago or New York 1 i Capt I L Penny of the Louisville and Evnusville mall Lino was a passen Â¬ ger for l ouisvillu on the morning train Thursday Aaron Norton aud Mile of Webster were called to Oweusboro Thursday by the dangerous illness of their daughter Mrs James Wilson Clarence Sterrett the braiuv editor of the Hawesville Clarion and his better a were in the city Sunday the guests of Mr and Mrs J O Jarboe Mrs John Wimp of Irvington and her sister Mrs Waller of Hopklnsville will go to Boston Mass about October 1st to visit their brother Dick Herndon Mr and Mrs Sylvester Monarch and Miss Emma Sharp of Owtnsboro who spent ten days recuperating at Tar Springs have returned to their home at Ovensboro Mr and Mrs J D Babbage Ed Good- Â¬ night Master J D Babbage Jr and llttlo Miss Mildred spent Sunday ut Long Branch the guests of Mr and Mrs Abe Ditto Lewis Stiles operator at the depot for the Henderson Route went to Stepn ensport Thursday where ho acted as ajjont during the absence of C O Lewis who went to Louisville Owen H Cooper wife and baby of Louisville are visiting his father E H Cooper of Hock Vale This Is the first time Owen has had a chauuo of visiting the old homestead in two years J S Winchell a former resident of Perry county Ihd but now of Newkirk Oklahoma is back in this section visit Â¬ ing relatives and friends He is one of the original boomers and started in his race for a farm from Arkansas City Miss Lucille Sterrett stopped off at Irvington Friday on her way from Bloomfleld to her borne at Hawesville aud visited Mrs Adam Hawes She spent Sunday evening with her cousins Misses Elizabeth and Margaret Bowmer Bo Ton Bead What people are saying about Hoods Sarsaparilla 7 It is curing tho worse cases ot scrofula dyspepsia rheumatism aud all forms ot blood disease eruptions sores aud pimples It is giving strength to weak and tired women Why should you hesitate to take it when it is doing so much for others 7 Hoods Pills are the best family cathartic and liver tonic Gentle relia- Â¬ ble sure The sunken Tell City which sunk in the canal at Louisville lost WeJuesday has been raised and put ou the marine ways at Madieou Iud for repairs She will bu thoroughly repaired and will come off tho ways practically a new boat Her place will be filled in Louisville and Evansvllle mall line trade while she is undergoing repairs by the John W Thomas the new boat just built for the Cumberland river trade She is a roomy light draught boat and especially suited for a low water boat Shu draws only twenty inches ot water when not loaded and can bn loaded ou her bow so aa to make her draw less water than when empty IT HAS STARTED The Political Ball Has Started Rolling n Breckenridge The voters in Breckenridge couuty from now on until November will have a chanco to hear the political topics of the day discussed Hou D H Smith our present Con greesmau aud Democratic candidate for re election will address the people of Breckenridge county at following dates and places McDaniels Thursday Oct 0 at 130 p m Union Star Friday Oct 7 at 130 pm Oloverport Friday night Oct 7th at 730 p m Webster Saturday Oct 8th at 130 p m Hon W J Stone will address the peo- Â¬ ple of Breckenridge county at Hardinsburg Oct 10th that being 1st day of big Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that court Contains Mercury Â¬ Particulars of an outrageous occur- Â¬ rence that took place in Ohio county several weeks ago have just come to light The latter part of August Noah Jones got a license at Hartford to marry Susan V Ezell daughter ot Monroe Ezell who lives at Lewis Station Daviess county Joues Is the son of Wm Jonep a coal miner living at Lewis Station Tho cou- Â¬ ple were married in tho court house at Hartford by County Judge J P Miller They left immediately for the mining regions below Hartford ostensibly to visit relatives Late In the evening they were seen loitering around the depot at Hamilton with seemingly no purpose In view While there so tho report Bays ttie couple wero enticed off up the railroad track a short distance by a crowd of men said to havo been finally recruited to about seventeen in number The woman was then separatt d from her husband who was held iu custody by men armed with rocks and nistols and taken n short distance away where she was outraged in succession by each of the crowd of nearly twenty men It Is said that she cried for assistance from her husband but was threatened with pistols and compelled to submit Tho couple left in a few hours for Daviess county and particulars of tho affair did not leak out until several days later It is Bald that the treatment the woman received nearly killed tier and she has been in a precarious condition ever since Report says the husband was so threatened and intimidated that he did not attempt to have any arrests made Tho first proceedings In tho matter was when the father of the bride Monroe ell swore out warrants for the arrest of several men in and about Mclleury These were placed in the hands of officers at Hartford and last Saturday George Calloway William Fisher and Del mar Austin were arrested charged with de- Â¬ taining a woman against her will aud taken to Hartford and lodged In jail These men were arrested on the affidavit of Jack Andrews and Will Kelley who also implicated Will Anderson Eb An drews Bud Andrews John Shaver Tom Watkins Joe Pierce It and Engler Monday the men who are in jail at Hart Â¬ ford eworu out a writ implicating James Penman Sam Bennett Elmore McKin ney John Campbell Jack Andrews Will Kelly and Will Field Later John Shav- Â¬ er was arrested by the town marshal of Hamilton and taken to Hartford and lodged iu jail Tuesday It b one of the most revolting and out- Â¬ rageous crimes that has ever been per- Â¬ petrated in Ohio couuty and tho guilty ones will bo made to suffer the full pen Â¬ alty of the law The woman gave her age to the clerk aa nineteen years tlioueh she looks to be older The groom says he is twenty years old They seem to be two simple minded unsophisticated young persons guileless and unacquainted with the ways of the world and do not appear to realize the enormity of tho outrage that has been perpetrated upon them Humor does not give any one ot the victims a very excellent reputation well-definÂ¬ ers The price will surprise you so cheap quality considered They are Notions Are coming in constantly Fall Dress Goods t Will be in this week SULZERS TALK ABOUT r according to size BARGAINS ato75 4 at McGLOTIILANS PIGGOTTS Tho samo firm sell Paints Oils Leads tho best ready mixsd paints at prices to suit your purse They handlo Guns and Gun Fixtures Saddles and Harness You can buy Saddles from them from 8350 up The best Heating Stove in tho world is now soiling and REMEMBER THE PLACE McGLOTHLAN m PIGG0TT Some Of the best bargains over offered tho public can bo found at Witts Storo For instanco ho is soiling Mens Socks for 5c Ladies Hose 5o Side Meat 7Je pound 17 lbs Granulated Sugar for 8100 New Drug Store The little town of Glendeane on the branch keeps growing apace Tho lattBt venture there is a handsome drug store that has been started by Dr Demp ster It would be a credit to any large town One Minute Cough Cure surprises peo- Â¬ ple by its quick euros and children may take it in large quantities without the least danger It boa won for itself the best reputation of any perparatlon used to day for colds croup tickling in the throat or obstinate coughs Short Haynes 2 Farms Weathers Mattlngly On Tuesday a week ago Will Weathers one of Kirks most promising young men was united to Miss Lorena Mat- Â¬ tlngly a charming young lady of that vi- Â¬ cinity They have the best wishes of a Back To Private Life host ot friends Burrel Beard ot Hardiusburg who has been deputy warden at the Eddyvllle penitentiary has roturntd home He was kept two months longer than is tho custom that he might show the new prison administration the ropes Burrel is a wheel horse in the Republican party aud the valuable seryices he has ren Â¬ dered will undoubtedly be recognized by Which we can slice you oil the earth the administration in the way of anoth Â¬ Just romorabor that all your and they are good slices buttered with strongth must oomo iVom your er Important appointment the lowest of pricfs food Sid you ovor think of Tiuct No 5 100 acres 8 miles south thatP of Owensborn all IkvoI black laud 0 Hea Champion Porhapa your musoloa noqd acres under cultivation r one dwelling of moro strength or your norvoa J W Pate of MiQuady Is the cham Â¬ 6 rooms tenatneut house of 3 rooms 15 pion implement dealer ot or porhapa your stomach Is Kentucky acre tobucco barli this is a very fertile woak and cannot dlgost what pttfe of dirt and wilt produce from 1000 Since tho season opened he has sold you oat to 2000 pound ot tobacco and 60 to 10Q twenty nine Empire drills and he is com If you neod moro strongth bushels of corn to the acre 11 Mark then tako fident he will sell enough this year to burry who lives within a stones throw capture the state prize He has already sold ni farm of 100 acies last week for 0 as acre we will sell this excellent sold enough drills to get he county price which he has won two years in successria for 925 aa aero Tract No 5 100 acres 4 miles south Â¬ ion east of Owensboro 05 acn a under culti2 tenement one dwelling vation of Cod Hver Oil with Hypo In Cetta Rlei houses J0 acre tobacco barn gxxl phosphltoa The oil la the moat Cary Applegate has secured a contract voung orchard and excellent vineyard easily ohangod of all foods Into 18 acres of this land is rolling the bal to build four sections of a railroad in strength arid the hypophos- ance is level bottom this Is an unusually Costa Rica Ceutial America Alt Rob Â¬ prutoa are me oesc bar cheap farm and at our price Is tonloa for the nerve gala we will sell this orb for 35 an erts formerly ot Hardinsburg is super Â¬ BCOTTS SMUIi intending the work aud is looking after ere IIOX la tha eaalest Wa have many other farmi of more Mr Applegatea interests in that couand qulolcwt oure fqr awl lew number of awe all over this nty fer weak throatskind etnwsty andean aoll you gooi laud from oougha of every 3S ta M pw eeat cheaper than anyone and tor all eases of deÂ¬ MasfitraUt Court wae bility weak nervea Pwul for twr list of farms for sale Pquire Moorman hold magistrates and lsaa of flash eourt at GWs4He Friday There wm y o4 Sioo sM druigtrts a fcwsndano aw Mywal BOWNE ChimliH Hw Yort SCpTT U4 ta TMfd Stmt triad OWBNMOftO KBNTUCKY Are You s Easily Tired A large crowd ot people assembled at Irvington Saturday to witness Lyddans show ot mule colts There were nine mule colts entered and they were as hardy and fine a class o youngsters as judges ever laid eyes on Out of the num ber eight were mare colta and one a mule colt which horse Â¬ men uay is a fine record ffenry Livers Joe Mills and Charles Hardaway acted as judges and they awarded the first prize of fS for the best mule colt to Lon Cowley aud the second prize of 0 to Will Hardesty Mr Cow- Â¬ ley sold his mule to Jim Dowell for 15 HES HAPPY aud Mr Hardesty sold two mule colts to purchasers for 50 And Joe Bland Ha a Good Excuse Its a Mr Lyddana jack served thirty mates Baby Boy and everything was so satisfactory that he collected every cent of the season A happier mau than Joe S Bland the money popular liveryman at Irvington cannot be found in Breckenridge county And Joe lias good reason to he happy Ills estimablo wife has presented him with a 10 pound hoy The little cherub came Sept 22nd and those who have seen him say lie already sIiohh Indies tlons ot growing into as genial md whole souled a man as is his happy father FOK SALK a food farm 111 ucrrs well Im as mercury will surely destroy the senso of smell and completely derange the whole system when entering it throuuh the mucous surfaces Such articles should never be used except on prescript- Â¬ ion from reputable physicians as the damage they will do is ten fold to the goad you can possibly derive from them Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo O contains no mercury and is taken internally act Â¬ ing directly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of tho system Iu buying Halls Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genu- Â¬ ine It is taken internally and made in Co Toledo Ohio by by F J Cheney Testimonials free JTSold by Druggist price 70c per bot tie INTERESTING EVENT The Colt Show at Irvington Was Very Wei Attended New Goods havo been recoived and tho stock of Mens Ladies and Childrens Underwear in suits and pieces cannot bo beaten Tho stock of Umbrellas and Gloves is most oxtensivo All kinds of Gloves heavy buck for fall work of all kinds and tho lighter kind for driving nnd protection from tho w eather Notions A bargain in this lino is tho Ladies Toilet Of every description Companion It is a caso that contains IFat Pins Shawl Pins Darning and Sewing Noodles mado of tho best matorial Tho UBiial prico on tho caso is 25 cents but Witt sll them at 10 cents Tlion theres Hnndkorchiofs and tho finest lino of Neckwear ovor brought lo town WANTSvrb Â¬ VV1 or Kitty Ceuts auarantouil talmcco liublt cure umliei woak We II All druKifltts men mrtmi blood Dure Â¬ SGOTTS Â¬ EMULSION Turned out Well The Weather Bureaus weekly crop bulletin for this section says the tobacco crop has suffered less from worms than heretofore known and although the fields were Irregular and at several times trenching and other suffered from causes It lias eventually turned out remarkably well The bulk ol the crop has been harvested iu very good condi Â¬ tion and late planted fields will In a few days be aafo from frost and there is no present outlook that frost will occur within the next week 3C arrei of bottom land 1 j acret of timber further particular write 1 U Simmons Wehiltr tOlt SAIK A good firm it acre at llar I1 dim Creek five mile from Htrdiniburir Well lmprpel Ttrmiand price reasonable A II K1NCIIEIOF llardlntburg Kv a farm good dwelling gnod water I ayi on the dry bed lock water year round f Blnklnir Creek One and one fourth atlltt Welt of Wtlxttr Ky Good road to market Iroducei well for l at Witts Can bo found a largo lino of Drugs and Family Grocories Mr Witt has put prices on his goods that beats every other person in town He wantB tnulo nnd hois giving prices that will draw it Whon you arrivo EdreiaSAIK OK One hundred buthelinf rye AitviiiTii N Harnrd OT1CK Anv person desiring to let cut a bone during the comlnif winter address unmiHUT iiiSAKiJ Ilsrdlilhug Ky rrtnmAxirJy Ad- - SAIlt -- PAKMOf 160 acres fine land adjoining city limits of Vine Grove Ky on railroad cheap Suitable lor any kind of tannins Uood house rine barn Dlentvrtinnlnr water Kat Apply to J W A MVEIISWesi onable terms Point Kv Â¬ WILLIAMS k LITTLE HARM 114 acres FOK SALE buildings adjoining Improved fair and Leo lllntnns farm far Fork Ureckenrldve county Ky Price Bonfleld III 00 If sold soon Title perfect Address I am subject to crampi aud colic and a AN MACIIINIt WOKKN KvanbviUlnd El I have used many remedies but find Fo Â¬ OR SALK I have few choice Ilerkshlra nigs for sale My stock Is of the best mains In leys Colic Cure beats them all c untrv Scad ra an order lor one either sea W L Yeats Only Ijoo each Satisfaction guaranteed CI BKAllb Hardinsburg Ky A K Fisher Oloverport B A Shell 11 in Hardinsburg Go to his storo It will bo to your interest You will s4ye money wa fflltfftVVTVVVVVVffVffTTTWfVTTVVfJ man Steplittasport Gordon A Haynea Patesvllle X A Witt HarUlrwbwrg DcWtt4 Witck Hazal Slv Cttr m PHee Haras MUt Breckenridge News 1BB8 ENGLISH ftLOOO Coursed Largely Through the Veins Of Our Presidents A correspondent of an Ktiilloh paper A WIFES WEIRD V5KJN 1 r fNVfcNTIVn QGNIUSUS T i -I-- a K WEDNK8DAY 8EPT 28 Saw In a Dream the Sxpresroii Which Sometimes Overlooked the Oasy Way KHteei Her Husband of Doing Things Tollluslralii the kind of lapsq of rea Boning power from which great Inventors Hre Kuowniouiisr liKe that under in fluence of which Sir Isaac Newton cut one holoin the wall to let a rat piss through and theri a Bmall liolrt for tlie kltton an oldsory in the lta of Morse lias been revived Lopg fiofore he invented the telegraph Morse was known to i lie oiucers ol tlio ptent oltlco as a persistent applicant fur patents When his great Invention of distance writing was about completed lio wanted the Bal- Â¬ timore flfld Ohio Railway Company to try It To rid of him tho president of tho road in mod him over to a subordi- Â¬ nate This official was struck with tho beauty of the Invention ami became so interested In it tTiat lie eat up half tuo night discussing it with tho inventor At last Morse confessed there Was only one thing that beflldtl hlui As long as the railroad runs lie said where poles may be erected it wifjbe easy willing but vhen we come to tin bTg brfdges what is to be done then 1 We cant erect poles across the stream and without them the wire would sag and perhaps break from its own welfehf I confess I dont know what to do Cant you suggest a way Â¬ 1 Traina Irave lOiilsvlllfi timb tab jayj follows 8 W ItAlfWAYCInclniiell St Imls and the Well No 10 add h No 1 8 2 4trm Jim INSOMNIA I ham been uslHtr CAHCAKKTSfor Insomnia with which I bare been afflicted or over twenty years and I can say that Cnscarcta bare given mo moro relict than any other remeÂ¬Â¬ I shall certainly recomdy I hate Tcr tried mend them to my friends as being nil they nrs represented Tnos Oiixaiid Elgin 111 - I Jjy CANDY CATHARTIC TMADI MANN Pleaaant Palatable Potent Taste flood rv flood Merer Hlcieo Weaken or Orlne 10c 25c 0c Sltrtlar tin Tf IIP rUIUSrUs RMf Capsa CURE CONSTIPATION faUar Xaalrtat Sw Tft SIS Sold and guaranteed by all drug gists to fJUKK Tobacco Habit SANTIAQO ENQLISH Spaniards Are Quickly Catching to OurTerms On r Disorder of these important organs causes Urights disease rheumatism pain In the back d ropey and other troubles An Enterprising Druggist Disease sometimes gotsa hold upon your There are few men more wide awake kidneys and bladder before you realize Hoynes Marvels of a Graphopbone that anything serious is the matter and enterprising than Short Often these organs ere neglected until who Bpare no pains to secure the best of One of the wonders of the end of the that awful malady Brights disease has everything in their line for their many century is the home Graphophone that fastened upon you and death awaits its customers They now have the valuable wilt reproduce any kind of music or any Many miraculous cures have agency for Dr Kings New Discovery for sound victim One can arrange a full program been wrought by a course of treatment Consumption Coughs and Colds This of the most attractive band orchestral or with Dr Davis Kidney Tablets These is a wonderful remedy that is producing vocal music and vary it every evening tablets are put up in the shape of a kid Â¬ such a furor all over the country by its On the Graphophone one can record the ney bean and the formula has been pro- Â¬ many startling cures It absolutely cures human voice or any sound and reproduce nounced by the best physicians of mod- Â¬ Asthma Bronchitis Hoarseness and all it at once You can keep the voices of ern times to be the most direct in action affections of the Throat Chest and your friends to be heard whenever you on the kidneys of any remedy known to Lungs Call at above drug store and get wlsli Graphophoues made for home You can oat these tab- Â¬ a trial bottle free or a regular size for 60 entertainment can be bought as low as medical science 1 to cure or Guaranteed lets as you would candy Send for free cents and 10 Write for catalogue 30 to the It Is Strange booklet on kidney diseases Sold by all price refunded Columbia PnoNoonAPu Co No 910 that some people who say they never druggists or sent on receipt of price Pennsylvania Ave Washington D O FINE PRODUCT read patient medicine advertisements 50 cents and 1 will be found lugging home every now EUROPES EMIQRANTS The Woven are Bragging About Dicks and then a bottle of some favorite reme- Â¬ A Great Power dy of theirs We dont bother you with Flour When Successful Here They Quickly It did not require the war with Spain much reading but just ask you to try a Housewives in this city who have used to make our title as a great power clear Become Americans 10c trial bottle of Or Caldwells Syrup We had cleared that title many years the various brands of fleur made by Pepsin for constipation indigestion and population and wealth wo Daniel Dick of Addison declare it is the I have remarked for my part says a stomach troubles r0c and 1 00 sizes before and in had out stripped all of the so called great finest quality they have ever used in writer in the Revue Bleue that the At Ohas 0 Martins Itussia alone could show a their lives One lady especially says Americanization of the European emi- Â¬ powers greater population but no nation could that It is the highest possible grade of grant is the result of success the man The Longest Plant The longest plant in the world is the approach this in homogeneity of a body flour and it-- makes perfect biscuit and who succeeds becomes American with a Mr Dick manufactures During the civil war the Amer Â¬ light bread One tropical and sub tropical politic seaweed facility truly prodigious but he who fails and Dicks remains European variety Is known which when it reaches ican people put more than 2000000 men two grades Our Navy He only uses tho best grade of its full development is at least sis hun- Â¬ in the Held arrayed in hostile camps it Best Thus it is that a certain part of Chica- Â¬ Seaweed receives is true but the whole equal In fighting wheat and as his mill is equipped with go constitutes a veritable international feet in length dred Its nourishment from the air and miner- Â¬ qualities of the highest order That all the latest machinery he obtains the sink where the French the Swedes the precedence best possible result in making an abso- Â¬ Germans tho Slavs and al matter held in solution in the sea gave us the undisputed the Italians lutely pure flour among nations as a war power water mis- Â¬ dwell in groups retaining in their ery the distinctive marks of their nation- Â¬ ality the language and tho habits of uahl When Santiago was occupied oneot the troopers who came up on the Whitney the townspeople tried to be aa civil aa possible to our bova The average Spanish tradesmau 1b a very di Â¬ plomatic cuss and he never falls to bear in mind which side ol his bread is but- Â¬ tered bo Instead of giving the Americans the cold shoulder he received them with open arms and proceeded to tell them something Most of these dons picked up a few scraps of English for the occa- Â¬ sion and aired them with a very hazy conception of what they meant A few days after the placo was surrendered I went into a small shop to get some to- Â¬ bacco The proprietor waa a fat little Got any chap all bows and smllee Si senor he said baccy I asked Yes sare ver fine tobac Hot time in re ol town to night senor 1 took a paper of fine cut and the fat rascal charged me a dollar When I made a modest kick at such highway robbery he humped up his shoulders and spread out Well senor he said you his hands New mus remember those Malnes Orleans Times Democrat call attention to the probably Scotch decent of President McKinley and con- Â¬ fesses to a pardonable pride in the fact the writer is a Lowland Scotchman He Is only partly right and will have to share his pride with his neighbor of the North of Ireland our worthy prcsfdent being eet down in the record as of In this regard Scotch Irish ancestry ho is like four other Presidents of thb United Slates Chester A Arthur James Uuchauan James K Polk and Andrew Jackson Curiously enough the list In- Â¬ cludes President Polk who conducted one of our foreign ware and another Jackson who distinguished himself In the only other foreign war But the Scotchman need not lack for satisfaction Three of our presidents were of Scotch descent Hayes Grant and Monroe and Grants renown with a Joint share in Jacksons should suffice The re- Â¬ mainder of our twentyiive Presidents were of English descent with the ex Â¬ ception of Jefferson of Welsh ancestry and Van Buren of Dutch So it will be seen that save one all traced their fami- Â¬ ly tree back to roots in the soil of the United Kingdom A startling psychological ezperlnnce was coincident with the fatal dynamltq u SAVED OUR LIFE Do Not Neglect the Kidneys and Bladder explosion in the Coney mine iiu tr Sky kotnlsh early Wddntwday inoriiliirf Ah told In the Poet Intelligencer of that morning a issue one of he two men killed was It W Robinson At exactly the time he was stunned by the concussion his young wife sloeplng in Kenton had a vivid dream of her husband being killed in an explosion She awoke in great agitation and was so sonslbly Impressed by the vision that she aronsed her mother Mrs Joues and told her of the oi currencu In splto of nil assur- Â¬ ances to the contrary the young wife in Â¬ sisted that her husband had been killed and it was in the midst of her lamentations that a messago was crought from Skykomlsh telling briefly of tho acci dent Mrs ltoblnson reached here but last Sunday from Pittsburg Pa and was staying a few days in Kenton with her mother Mrs Jones before Joining her husband at the mine The widow Is not orer 23 years of age and has a baby about 3 years old Tne dream is de- Â¬ scribed as being extremely realistic and probably came to Mrs Robinson Just af- Â¬ ter the explosion and before her husbands heart ceased beating He lived three hours before internal hemorrhage caused death and a part of that time his mind was deliriously active It was then undoubtedly that the vigorous hor- Â¬ ror and Imagery of his own mind was transmitted to the sensitive brain of his wife Seuttle Post Intelligencer Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Why Suffer Agony When PONS COMPLETE PILE CURE ia guaranteed to euro you It is tho discovery of nn eminent physician No Knife No BttJ Lv A- - Ixjulsvllt Cincinnati Ar Cilumbus Arir itlthnrs M JUVahiuitton tNoio sjjairi nljara S tspia a Interruption of Business gt After years of Buffering DONS PILE OINTMENT wai rec- Â¬ to mc The use of one box effected a permanent cure I voluntarily give you this statement hoping It will be the means of bringing your wonderful remedy to tho attention of others suf- Â¬ fering with piles ommended The first treatment brings immediate relief It has cured thousands and will euro you MR T 8 WILCOX prominent morchanfc politician and chief of tho Chattanooga Piro Department says 40pra Ar Philadelphia 1015am Ar New York is 3onn j 55pm Ar llMtoti I 300pm oospa Nnln No 16 has elrtranl Pullman I In fit J Iatlot Car to Cincinnati slnd Diawiic ttwin Sleeper and timing can Cinrlnnrtl to Washington Daltlmore r hllidelphliand New York without tnaogc Car to Tran No 18 has elegant Pullman Cincinnati and Pullman Drawinir tooin and dinlag cars Cincinnati to New York without change Train No to has sleepers to1 Cincinnati open at 9 oclock to receive passengers ArtlUlilinnre 5 f 4m j isom u Mm sspm oip 1 sjatw i ft oHiijr ill eoaea y jdamJ 1 JosMtf 8 nam 4 St Louis Springfield asd Ihe Wett No 44 No so No 18 Louisville sljam 8sm 8 30pm 640pm 1 Ar tit Ixralt a 7 ttsm is3onn 8 40pm Ar Sprlng6eid 9 33am North Vernon accomodation fcavxssl IjVb dallv Charlestown accommodation leaves at 5 30 p in except Sunday Trains NosT 16 so and 44 have elegant day coaches Pnllman parlor and sleeping csrs to St Louis r TRAINS ARftlVKT From Kast 7 a a m is ij noon 6 40 p is ij a m 3 so a m From West 7 sea m ji 15 p m 640pm City Ticket office toutheasi comer Fourth and Main streets Depot Seventh and river For di tail Information regarding rates time on connecting lines sleeping parlor dining cars etc address ltSnRUVN District Pass Ticket Agent R 0 5 W Ry 4th and Main Louisville Ky or J M CIIKSSIIROUGIt General Pasenger Airent Cincinnati Ohio Price 100 Prepaid to any Address lv DON CHEMICAL COMPANY CHATTANOOGA TENN ST out of the tHfllculty Why ddnt you fasten the wires to the bridge t asked fls dompanlob vHi Vor a mo out a moments hesitation ment Morse gazed at him with open mouth aud thou exclaimed Vhy not indeed Why I never thought of that It Is the very way The laymans tip put the finishing touch to the work of the great iuveutor and tlmi wires came to be strung on bridges when crossing large streams Pittsburg Dispatch Â¬ WANTED UEINTBTD Agent or Branch Manager In every city or town or 313317w5th St O imiuniiiu vvFit CINCINNATI gar Henderson Made Guaranteed nnd PANTSS300TOSB0 nun i I1 TAII SALARY HDIPJO OH to COMMISSION J General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio O II WARKEL Assistant RouteSi - SUITS HhlrlMiuiclMiicltliUoHliPH iKicr OP Samples and self moasuro blanks sent by mai 1000T0400o J n I incuts Kept in repair for one year CHARGE Luiiilk TImb Henderson Lonis iVj 97 Go THIS WHY We extract teetb Hake a good set Teetb filled with Teeth filled with Teetb filled wltb n Card In Effect No Juat20 41 JB 46 flsxaai East Hound No4No 7 gam 20pm IHTEBEST BOHI WlTHOUTPJ ATES Lv St I oul Because it is 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 sMsfenwaw TEETH 5uo 75 50 Kvansillle Henderson bpotUvillu Owentboro Hawesvill Cloverport Stephensport Irvmgton J Brandenburg Arr Louisville Wett Bound Lv Louisville Brandenburg Iryington Stephensport Cloverport CSym 7 15 skpra a xkV H 9 IB v 1007 1045 1112 738 818 911 645 240 344 440 522 603 37 6 03 1235pm 745 No 4I No 730am 851 915 961 62 245 310 328 100 160 510 625 667 617 730 45 iisi Ail Ww Wm V Vm JK B M SB 43 No 25 cents without pale of artiticiai teem lor gold and platinum alloy jSBD Waiu I V 150pm 609 6 43 amaljam pare gold 100 I J uahaJSaBBBBBBBW and up Owentboro Spottsvide Henderson Evansvllle ArrSt Louis Ilawesvllle 1011 1H35 720 739 8C4 1021 1063 823pm 932 962 1036 1148 1223am 1245 115 720 1135 1240 115 732 I217in 916 947 10 10 B v5M gfjfl JM 9 dP Hf 1040 4H BH A guarantee glrcn with every filling We have been ettabllshed in IouUvllle for over ten years Can give reference from best professional and business men in the city Remember tne New York Dental Parlors 542 Fourth St Louisville Ky Make no mistake but get in the right place 042 Our system of making gold 0 feople from abroad can come in the morning and tn the best known to the profession ti Jt crown and bridge workorteeth without plate wear their new teeth home same day a J m A I trains run through Solid to Eyansvllle Through parlor cars and Pullman sleepers on all trains Detnern S Louis Kvan vllle and Louis Â¬ ville Numbers 41 and 42 connect at IrvinKton lor Fordsvllle and Hardinsburg daily except Sunday HC MOrtDUE A G P A Ky Louisville datthw if RATES Ths OAT-- Ewa SV PU irot tentrt b H k St L Rri Fordsvllle Branch llu looaUatl Hotel in tlwi cltu TIME TABLE Nt 10 SO TAKING Dally Dally EFFECT MAY 1897 West Bound Trains ex Sun ex Son No 5 11 25 1140 Kast Bound Train Daily Dally ex Sun exSur No 8 No Nol 1050am Lv Irvlngton At Dooim STATIONS U 12 12 T JUHSaE JiIIouisvilleKy H18tHiSitMaaaalaaaalK fflaaaaaJaaaaaaaaTZiafaSraK 125 1 1155 10pm 25 1235 Garheld Harned lunctlon llardmslmrg Junction Kirk J 37 8 00 7 42 7 17 7 02 lir 105 120 45 Baskett Coal i races On the other hand the Americaniza tion of tho others is perhaps not so complete at the bottom as it is in appearance The future alono can tell It renainatrue none the less that in a single generation Europe seems to have lest all influence over the sons of those who have abandoned her to fix thetnselyes in the New World and who have been able to make any position for Â¬ their WiLLARD HOTEL W S MILLER 156 205 215 230 860 Olcndcanc 6S0 Dempster 620 ar Kallsftough lv 605 Dempster 5 44 Rockvale 6 38 A ski 11s Oaks Mitchell Jolly Ruth 6 TO 5 25 510 500am 245pm ArFordsvilleLv Â¬ Jr Mgr Louisville HendesonSt Louis RyCo 2STO Rates200 and Best House in 2 50 I Bfi 0 l0LEJr BaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaH 4 arffanaaaaaHIBla af aaaaaaaaataaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaM TIME SCHEDULE TaklBsr Effect 11 630 flcltk A Kluii- - Kit 10119 W 13 t5UatSa KM I I X l - f i the best and most economical Soft coal that can be used Is themselves there however modest There is in the air they breathe in the life they live somethings which takes their youth their enthusiasm and inocu- Â¬ lates it in some way with all the heredi- Â¬ tary American possessions and ideas The fact Is very curious and certainly to this degree it is unique How could it fail to set powerfully on the imagiua of a people already given to believe its self placed above all others A Great Deal of unnecessary expenditure of time and money may be saved if you will only keep a bottle of Dr Cadwells Syrup Pep sin in the house Nine tenth of all or- Â¬ dinary sickness Is from the stomach keep that organ in proper condition and all will be well Syrup Pepsin Is a spe- Â¬ cific Trial size bottles 10c large sizes BOd and 100 of Chas O Martin Â¬ Louisville Te0uMOFf aaaaaaRljr If 11 r di VaaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBal sjjgjSSUgMF If Its Worlh Printing k Bound Brain 41 XattStwui Tratn Mall A 42 11 the Twice-a-Wee- Bxprs Exprs Dally Mail A STATIONS Dally 7 30am 7 48 fjf C lHaaaHV 1mAUV A Courier Journal Wil Print It SowilltheUUECKENHIDOK NEWS and every Democrat every Republican every man woman or child who can lead will want to read It 4 60pm otli 537 5 40 5 48 600- 818 829 BSS IvUan ptsr Kentucky St West Point Howard Willowdale Rock Haven TMUg Branch Brandenburg Custon Irvlngton Webster Lodlburg Stephensport Holt Clovcrport Shops Sklllman Hawesville Petrle Fslcon Lcwlsport Wattmso Powers Patea Owcnsboro Mattlsfrly Stanley Wotthington Reads SpotUVllle SasWtt 4 lfvil--T-fv- Kxprs Rxpr i Dally Dally llSSnw 7 45pm 12 20 I83 UeOsm 1115 1135 1128 1112 W 8 21 The BASKETT COAL is clean Has 2400 pounds to the ton Each customer praises it 1 Before you buy write for price Each car sold is full weight Summer is gone winter approaches J 4 rV The time to buy is NOW 1 Telling Him The Truth I think Willie is learning to smoke his mother I wish you to speak to him about it What Bhall I say to him asked his father f course Why tell htm the truth And so Willie was duly called up and his father put on a severe look aud said Willie I understand you are learning to smoke Now before it goes any fur-Â¬ ther I want to tell you what the result may be You may die in a year and then again you may live to be a hundred years old Why John I expostulated the boys mother You told me to tell him the truth returned the father and theres hirdly a week goes by that I dont hear of some one close to a century mark who has smoked every since he was 14 years old while people who never smoked at all die in infancy with great frequency It Is sometimes difficult to get a man who smokes to look at the subject from the right point of view Chicago Poat Bald nothing like It for an evenings entertainment Other so called talking machines reproduce subjects specially only records of preired In a laboratory but the araphophono Is not limited to such performances On tho draphophone you can easily make and instantly reproduce records of tlio voice or any sound Thus It constantly awakens new interest and Tho reproductions am Its charm Is ever fresh clear and brilliant Most fascinating inven- Â¬ tion ol tho age Always ready to entertain It requires no skill to oper Â¬ ate It and reproduce tho music of bands orches- Â¬ tras vocalists or Instru Â¬ mental tololiU There Is 563 609 618 826 651 M69 107 V 842 8 61 1U1 869 9 07 928 932 951 966 969 9 31 Kkron 1102 1063 1016 1037 1028 10 20 666 661 645 610 634 62J 6ls 915 9 43 s 10 is a Democratic paper ol six or eight pages Utued Wednesday and Saturday of tach week The Wcdneiday Issue prints all the clean news and the Saturday issue prints storle Miscellany Poetry all matters of special Interest n the home It Is edited by Henry Wattenon 712 720 727 789 Pierce Sample 5 42 Addison 7 43 GrapfceptaMK Edlaon and l srdonM Manufactured undar tha patents of Hll TslnUr Our r sublUhmen t Is heutf for Talking slarhlnrs and Wrlto or catalofu Tatting ilacMns are sslt er i0aunpd Price 50c PAPER vrorld quarter or thoBanpUes af Year a a You get 104 good papers nf six or eight pages each lor joc LES THAN UNK CHNr A 754 804 811 818 827 833 842 853 905 916 925 933 939 1011 1014 1025 10 36 1043 10 49 199 07 1015 X3 9 40 927 917 909 8 618 615 608 600 119 110 119 113 101 363 311 333 320 316 320 307 6J4 630 sau isa 1H 18 1126 US6am 11 Mom 1114 9 21 COLUMBIA PHONOGRAPH CO Dept 30 Coal prices go up in cold weather 010 Pennsylvania Avenue Washington D O USEFUL PREMIUMS Are given club raisers and good pa j log commit ilons are allowed agents Dally Courier Journal 1 Year Dally and Sunday 1 Year Sunday alone I Year 1161 1166 1208 1109 9 47pm 1217 954uo 1221 OMtua 1240OU 864 117 138 827 818 807 802 1 7iMt Jtfpo 131 t 3 13 J 3 01 Order NOW while coal fci is cheap Farts Chicago Philadelphia St Louis Washington Buffalo Baltimore tew York Sooo S100 Ask jour dealer for BASKETT COAL Let us quote you prices on large quantities - J8oo GREGORY WLurfaasters UL0VERP0RT Local Agents GO KENTUCKY Twice-a-Wee- Tralns Nos 41 smiU4Jkaconascilon Ir vlngton dallT except Sunday with trainf toat and from Hardinsburg andprdsvilte Ilranch Only line running Parlor Cars between Lonis vllle Owentboro and Henderson Only direct lint to the North and East For further Information call on or address Agents or HC MORDUtt AO P A Iulivllle Ky T k OMAHA Steamboat Agents Courier Journal And The EXPOSITION June 1st to October 31st Honestttf Fwtlllzir Conpaay and Oil Company ADDRESS COMMUNICATIONS TO Standard Dcilcrs o 1CEE11E Both one Year HEWS Pittsburg Coal Company BASKETT KY For broken surfaces sores insect hltos burbs skin diseases aud especially piles there is one reliable remedy De Witts Witch Hazel Salve When you call for IeWltts dout accept counter felts or frauds Yuu will not be disap Â¬ pointed with DeWitts Witch final Short A Haynrs Balve Doors Bosh Blinds Yellow Pine Floor tag and Gelling Weather Boarding Bhinxles Bait Liroo Cement Laths Plaster Plastering Hair Plow ITandlM For Only with 125 BrirksKtc EttlmtM Ftrrslrtetl ftf BulkJlef BhIUIni Material M Ml T3 our subscribers who will leaew anil pay In ad Â¬ vance or to all new rubscrlhers who will pay In advspce Sample copies Courier Journal sent lf on application All subscriptleiM under this ifer mutt t sent arrangement ihaTwIre-a-Wes- t CcurlcrJouroal and will rendthat paper and ourstar the price named 10 H We have made a special clubbing DeWitta Little Early Risers Tbsj Usnous HttU pill SDH -- CAIDACLl 5S toffee 0NTlrATl6NI PCPSlN BRECKENRIDGE HEWS THE GRANDEST EXPOSITION except Wprlda Fair ever planned in tho United States Located within cheap and quick access of tho entire Missouri and MiwiWpl Valleys at your own doors ThroufU tickets beyond Omaha allow stop- oyers Reduced excursion ratea to Omaha Take the BurHngtOH Rout tho pld and eatabllshrij m to and through Omaha in any d recti an WmkM ELLWTT UW WAKiLM Breckenridge News ANOTHER TELEPHONE Competition of Telephone Companies Make Talk Cheap Will MOOLEYVJLLE General health of this good CANNING community AIND PRESERVING Opening WKDNEHDAY BEPT 281898 of the Fall Season Jw Were coming right to you with oiiraniioiincemenlB wllli llm i ews of our great store Telling you what wo hnvn to Bell and what it will cost anil what you can snve by trailing 1lcaso read our nds here you will be benefitted Make onr lieadauartfin our etoro when in the city You will Ih made wolcomo whether you wish to buy or not E ti OUR LINES ARE Clothing Hats and Fur- Â¬ nishings for Men and Boys Shoes for Every- Â¬ body Snil a mail order if you cant come Money always re Â¬ funded on request Respectfully LEVY BROS Third and Market Louisville Ky A Hungry Man Can get a lunch at all hours of the day and late at night for 10c Consisting of a Ham Sandwich Hard Boiled Egg and Pickles According to an Owensboro report the ADDITIONAL LOCAL Cumberland Telephone company have concluded to extend their tine not only Its hot from Powers station to IewiHort but to Wheat is bringing 68 cents Cloverport through Ilavtesvllli as well and will there connect with the line run- Â¬ Short Haynes for cutlery ning to l oulsvllle and thus be enabled Fall dress goods at Bulzers to oiler a belter rate on conversations lo Now lino of alios at SulzVs Louisville than is now charged by the Temperntnra was 13 yesterday Long Distance company The Harrison Pastures are in fine condition company are also building to Cloverport and will have connections with n largo Elegant line of notions at Sutlers Everything suited to the bhhpoii at number of towns In Hancock Breckenridge Ohio and Mende counties which Sulzdrs already havo telephone lines connecting Ernest Pophaui will go t Louisville with each other Thursday Charles Durham of Kirk is visiting Cclored Teachers Association In the city Tho Joint Institute of Mi ado and Dr A A Simons I ma purchos d a Breckenridge counties convened at Bran Â¬ swell turn out denburg the 12 of Sept and continued Sara Priest of Troy Iml was iu the 5 days 21 teachers were enrolled city Saturday Much inteiest was manifested by teachBerry Macoy of llsrdiubbtirg was in ers itistruitors and county superinten- Â¬ dent The eveulng exercises woro grand town Saturday Eugene Haj nes was at 1 ttesville on aud well attended by the citizms Lectures Tnesday and Wednesday business Monday oveuing by the instructor Win Poynter Jo Do you want a now bI1h untrh and Hev Geo E Curry respectively HayiKh to Short Thursday evening debate music and Plenty of wine wis made iu this vi- Â¬ reading by diflereut teachers Branden cinity this yt ar burg gHve the teachers a grand reception Judge James It kllliuau left TuretUy During the Institute the teachers were for lirandeuboig favored with the presence aud timely ad Â¬ Hon Josli I HHrp nf Owensboto was vice of Supt A Driskell of Brecken- Â¬ ridge and Supt W D Ashcraft of in town Tuesday Meade county They were also pleased u vlnltnr of Addison Daniel Dirk fts with tho manner of the instructor Win at Louisville Mrnilay Poyuter in carrying on hN work Do you want jewelry n any kind TIih t ncliora were delighted with the Ha in h Go loShoit hospitality shown them by the citizens Addison Dick ol Addition sold nine of Brandenburg cars of fertilizer this fall Edward Farmer of Louisville is visit Â¬ Sealon Bratcher ing friends in this city O i Thursday afternoon of last week The Buffalo Dental company has dis Â¬ Wave Seaton was united in marriage to continued lis ofllce here Miss Ella Bratcher Rev H C Hook of- Â¬ Henry Dick of Addison went to Louis ficiating The ceremony look place at Glendeano of which town the contracting ville Monday ou business L Hawkins of Hardiusburg was a parties are very popular residents 0 visitor in town last week Broke The Record JamB T King and wife of Haidins C Y Washer broke the record for burg were in town t aturday bridge c6nstruction in tills county the Mr and Mrs Thomas Bates Tar Fork other day He placed a thirty foot iron were in the city Tuesday shopping bridge over Beech Fork Creek near Har Â¬ Dr J T Milner of Patesville was fti diusburg in ten hours a hitherto un par- Â¬ the city on professional business Mon- Â¬ allelled feat day Cloverport Wins Mrs James Mattingly and Miss Ruth havo returned from their visit in Louis- Â¬ A game of ball was played Sunday be- Â¬ ville tween the Cloverport aud Caunelton John Basket of Guston of the United nines It resulted in victory for Clover- Â¬ States regular army is homo on a fur- port by a score of 18 to 17 About one hundred and fifty people witnessed the lough Miss Ruth Younger Hawesvllle spent game Tuesday with James H Youngdr this Slnkino Rapidly city Georgn Carwile one of the best known Dr W Milner of Stephensport was in the city Monday on professional busi- Â¬ residents of tho Glendeaue neighborhood is seriously ill and is not expected to re- Â¬ ness cover The last report from there states The finest spectacles made for sale at that he is sinking rapidly defy compelion Short prices Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Farmers am busy preparing for their wheat crops Davis Cunningham was all smiles from some cause Saturday Miss Eunice Crosion of Cloverport was in town Saturday Dr H A OHryau gave the teachers a splendid lecture on Physiology Miss Mollie Stalhnaun is visiting relatives aud friends In Unlontown Julius Dutschko went to Louisville Sunday with a fine lot of apples Miss Grace Mitchellouo of our charm ing belli s lookid her prottifst Saturday Ernest Manning accompanied nisbest girl home from the Association Satur- Â¬ day Una Dutschke of near here was the guest of his brother J F Dutschke Holt Inst Sunday Miss Emlo Limma ofJHuiitlngburg Indiana is tho guest of rulatlves and friends Ht this place HI Sullmann and brother Dick paused through town Sunday enrouto to St Theresa church MIbh Mary Ford dined with Miss Mary Exart Saturday and attonded the Teachi rs Association in the afternoon Miss Anna Dutschke Pleasant Val- Â¬ ley accompanied by Miss Nellie Mil- Â¬ ler Mouiit Pleasant attended Teach- Â¬ ers Association Saturday Miss Maydee Cunningham who is visiting in Union county is expected Inline soon Miss Mayde is one of our fnvnriliH xmd we welcome her home Â¬ Itow to Prepare Fruit So That It Will ltu main Whole and might Of all womans work thero is nono probably qnito so hnrd as canning nnd 0 aeaaaaw lW eaaam vSt HKIlill Miss Julia Cunningham has gone to Danville where she is engsged as clerk in Ollryan Dry Goods Establishment She reports a good business point and is well pleased Some of Breckenridge countys most learned teachers were in town Saturday Among them were Messrs John Gard- Â¬ ner aud Byron Cart of Union Star Arthur Mattingly Rhodeha Eugene Gllliland Stephensport Johnnie Jar- Â¬ re tt Slilloli Harrold Beard Raymond and John Elder of this nlace Bis Sales H Miles of Rock Haven sold 11 cars of fertilizer this season The cars wore delivered as follows Guston 4 Vine Grove 2 Ekron 3 Weldon 1 Rock Haven 1 preserving Tho long hot days over tho hot Btovo aro bad enough but tho cer tainty that nil tho work may not bo in vain is often tho hardest part says the St Paul Globe Tho first roqnisito Is to havo tho enns and tops perfectly clean nnd scalded with boiling water jost beforo using To prevent breakage riuso first in vory warm water wrap a wot towol around each and set in a pan in which thoro is an inch of hot water 1onr In the boil ing water Itlnso well and put iu tho fruit at onoo Tho samo method may bo used in preparing jolly glasses As an extra precaution aftor tho tops havo boon screwed down ns tightly ns poRslblo prepare a wax of three parts of rosin two parts beeswax and ono part tallow molt nnd mix well and when preparing to can pnton tho hack part of tho stove allow it to warm nnd aftor carh can is ready put a thick rim of this nronnd tho baso of tho top To havo bright soft preserves boll thoroughly from throe to four hours be foro adding tho sugar To bo sure tho jolly will heat tho sug ar in tho oven so hot thut it will sizzle when added to tho juice To havo clear jelly do not boll longer than from five to ten minutes after tho sugar is added To havo whole bright berries cur rants cherries grapes and crab apples carefully pick thorn over then riuso in tepid water and put into tho cans using nbout ono half cupful of sugar to each pint fill ns closely as posslblo without mashing tho fruit and cover with cold water Put on tho rubbers and scrow tho tops on loosely put in a boiler in which is sufficient cold water to como to two inches from tho tops of cans nnd Scrow tho tops boil about 20 minutes tight and add tho wax Apples poaches and other such fruit may bo peeled cut in halves cored or pitted and canned tho samo way If tho fruit is desired sweeter a thick sirup pay bo mado of whito sugar and water and used instead of abovo meth od Tho fruit will keep if less sugar is used How to Prepare Iotatoea a la Marie Peel eight raw potatoes then cut them around as an npplo is peeled Let tho paring bo as near tho samo thickuchs as posslblo and tho longer thoy aro tho hotter Put thorn in a frying basket nnd plungo into boiling lard When thoy aro a golden brown drain them iu front of tho lira Dish on n very hot plate sprinklo with salt and servo immedi Â¬ ately Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mthat dry taste M M in the mouth M PLUG A Pemembef the name when you buy again t jV JV How to Itroll Muihroomi WHEN YOU NEED Lumber Paints and Oils Drills Fertilizers Wagons BuggieB Plows Blount Wagons And anything in the Farm Machinery and Implement Line OALL ON that Milk and Coffee SERVED Fruits irfAll Kinds CITY MERY Haynes x Austin Popham will leave Sunday for Louisville where lie will enter the school of pharmacy Mrs Alice Cawley and sbn clPellville was in the city Tuesday to havo some dental work done Spectacles fitted to the eye to correct Scientific methods defects of vision used by Short Haynes William M Solbrlg brother of Henry Solbrig of this city is visiting here Mr Solbrig lives at Milltown Ind Mr and Mrs Charles Satterfield and James Satterfield of Pineville are visit Â¬ ing friends and relatives in this city S II McCracken who has been a del- Â¬ egate to the Master Car Painters Asso- Â¬ ciation at St Paul Minn returned home Monday night The Peril or Critic Robert Sonthoy was saved from tho danger into which his vocation ns u critic throw him only by Ids anonymity At ono timo he found it necessary in re viewing a book written by n nativo of tho Emerald Isle to treat it with nn wontod sovority In conversing of this book and tho incompetence of its writer with a literary friend ono day tho author a gigantio Irishman entered the room in a great rago vowing veugcuueo agnitist tho romorsoloss critic Standing very near tho critic ho raised his hugo fist and exclaimed And if I knew who Receiving Cattle it was Id bate him I Mr Sonthoy ob Tobe Hoskins known far and wide as served a profound silence and quietly an extensive cattle buyer made a very rotired reserving his laugh for a less extensive purchase of beeves from Rob- Â¬ hazardous occasion ertson Bros of Glendeane and was at The Ftmom Dtmucui Sward that point this week to receive them It is bnt seldom that a real good specimen of tho Damascus sword can Populist Speaking be obtained for tho art of working and Populist can Â¬ engraving this kind of stool is load Dr R II McMulien the didate for Congress will speak at Har These swords aro rnado of alternate laydinsburg Monday Oct 10 The Re- Â¬ ers of iron and stool so flnoly tempered publican and Democratic candidates that tho blndo would bend to tho hilt have both boon invited and a division without breaking Tho weapons had edges so kocu thnt no coat of mail could fattlme will be granted resist thoin and surfaces so highly polished that when n Moslem wished to DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve roarrauga his turban ho used his sword Cure Pllci Scaldi Burn for a looking glass Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Select or dozen medium sized fresh mushrooms cut off a portion from tho stalk and peel tho top Drop as soon ns peeled in cold water with tho juice of a lemon and a teaspoouful salt Fifteen minutes beforo serving drain tho mush rooms and wipo dry Season thorn with half toaspoouful salt and ono cighth tea spoonful popper Brush each ono over with melted butter lay them on n hot broiler and cook over modorato flro five minutes on each side turning them twice whilo cooking Dress them on six slices of buttered toast spread over each a little inaitro dhotol butter aud serve To preparo tho mnitro dhotol butter rub a teaspoouful butter to a cream mid a teaspoouful lemon juice a teaspoouful fino chopped parsloy and a sprinkle of nutmeg Â¬ R S BANDY IRVINGTON KY mix well with one quarter cup of bread Add two tablospoonfnls of crumbs stock or gravy and season with one toaspoonfnl of popper Add tho yolks of two eggs malco into small balls cover it with egg and broad crumbs and fry How to Serve Artichoke Allow ono artlchoko if small for each person Trim them neatly cutting off tho ends of tho leaves and put thorn in a saucepan with plenty of boiling water salt a tiny bit of soda and tho juico of a lemon Keep tho lid of tho saucepan on and when the artichokes aro dono put them on a dish to drain thoroughly and got cold Servo with tho following sauce in a boat Beat up to Â¬ gether in a basin for a fow minutes six dessertspoons of salad oil two ounces tarragon vinegar half a teaspoon of salt tho samo quantity of French mus Â¬ tard and popper to taste thou odd some finely chopped tarragon IIow to Stuff Mnuel How to Maks nam Croqnette Tnko two cups of fine mixed ham or better ono cup of ham and ono of veal jpS cgS445Se Julius Sipple Prop DOES IT PAY TO TRADE AT Browns Certainly it does when he Is selling the BEST AMERICAN PRINTS nt 41c and 5c May field Woolen Pants the never rip kind from 1 to Jeans Pants at from 60c to 1 75 Dress Goods the finest quality from 10c to 75c a yard The finest line of KING DON PLAIDS and FANCY DRKS GOODS in Eastern Breckenridge Tli selerion is so large and handsome that evybndy should in Â¬ spect it Groceries at rookbotr torn prices j Will Sweeney and Starling Thomp- Â¬ son of Owensboro spent Sunday at Holt the guests of Miss Mary Holt and Miss Minnie Murray Henry Tuell of Bardstown is visiting Fordavillo is the only town in tho county that has railroad compe- Â¬ his nephew James Foushee at ClarretU tition This is a great advantage especially when goods are bought in Miss Bertha Fouahee will accompany large quantities Wo are buying nearly everything in cur loads Wo Mr Tuell for a visit on his return home get very cheap freight rates as prices below certainly indicate Coino Our Mr J J Dyer and daughter Clara give us a trial and we are suro to make a regular customor of you Quick Sales Small Profits and Cash to Everybody have returned from Philpot where they motto is have beeti to see his daughter Mrs Jesse Tinius who is critically ill with typhoid fever Cat Icon Salt coarie or fine fi 00 tfc Lake Cement 00 MIbs Margaret Bowtner went to Dallas Good Callcoc 3c licit Lime Hest 65 4c Rett Heavy Bacon OU Texas Monday night She will make The very best Cloth c Beit Strip Bacon Beit Table Oil 07 an extensive visit with the family of her Good lie I Ticking fir oc Beit Soda per lb Heal Good Green Codec 10 uncle Col William Sterreit at the Tex A heavy 10 4 lllinlet each tjc All Iackaire Coffte to Good ilio Ianl Door Flannel 10c yard and up 00 as metropolis anion Flannel 4c yard and up Jean 10c yard and up Check Cotf n 4c yard and up It is rumored that the old flouring bhlrtinir Cotton 4c ard and up Floor Oil Cloth 10c yaid and up mill at Stephensport has been purchased Dress Goods and Trimmings Window 60c and up by parties who will tqulp it with new No 9 Blk wlie ti A Cainnre 10 yard and up Uiual advance for Smaller lite and for Galvan Henrietta 15c yard and up machinery and will put it iu operation bed All Wool Sergei ajc yard and up Clover Seed 1340 iu the near future Timothy iJa All Wool Mack Goods plain and fancy 35c and Herdigr Â¬ up 4sc Mrs T J Miuary after a pleasant visWe handle the Vulcan chill and Ileilmani Urie Beit quality of Iadl i Clothi Boc Steel llowinnd repaln A lull Ho of heating and it with her parents Mr and Mrs J G A great variety ol Sutll g In lateit Uylet Jo Cook Stovci and hundred ol othir thlngi that wc Stephens at AltaVista returned home and up cannot mention here We to Louisville She was accompanied by Velvet have the lateit novaltiet In Hraidi Silk and Trimming her two sons John and AcD Minary We alio have an experienced drei maker with Headquarters Dry Goods Miscellaneous COME TO Farmer Friends I call your attention to tho fact that you can got Empiro Drill extras from me Any piece you want for repairs wo have in ntock Â¬ Tako two pounds of mussols wash and clean same placo iu saucepan ovor slow flro and cover tightly When they burst open strow a half cup of rico over them adding a half cup of water Oover and lot steam Tako a fry pan put in two tablespoons of buttor ono of chopped onion ono rod popper aud small piece of garlio Fry until light brown and put contents over tho mussels add ing a oup of canned tomatoes Cover tightly and let steam for half an hour This is a dolioious dish IIow to MaUe Japanese Potpourri Lavender flowers ono pound roso leaves ono pound ground orris root half a pound crushed cloves two ounces crushed cinnamon two ounces crushed allspice two ounoos table salt ono pound Thoroughly mix theso sov oral ingredients and then keep iu a tightly sealed jar till required to bo used For sachets to placo among cloth- Â¬ ing and houso linen this potpourri will bo found very fragrant and refreshing Points Levers Main Wheels Feed Wheels and Galvanized Conductors Send your ortjer to me and I will ship article quired on the same day your order is received re- Â¬ Send Your Order by Mail Highest Price paid in cash or trade for country produce A raagaifkeat line t of SHOES from i 100 per pair and upwards Mrs J J Sims nee Miss Brook Steph ui Mrs Caldwell Norton aud son ens who have boon spending the summer in We have had long experience In thli line Northern Michigan have returned to believe we can lull the want of the UJiei Sailor j5e and up Addison and are visiting their parents at Ilali 75c and up Mm Caldwell Norton has Alia VisU and up iacketi 48-11 and up been much Improved in health by her trip Furniture Furniture Millinery and Oloaks and we to a dot Shoes Shoes TrylBg la Set Rhea The local democratic committee is making efforts to sscure Hon Julia S BARGAINS 3 Tin Caps for 6c 3 Quart Cups for 5c Biggest liar of Soap for 5c School Ta1 tots for jlc ethew sell J W tkew tor 6c c o reneiw ieroc1 Rhea to make a political speech here iu the near future Rhea is one of thenaoet brilliant and eloquent men on the stt wr la Kentucky ana ma appearance Here would draw a large crowd Mi sVHIUm ttock In the county Ilrit button ichool ihoei ftC 6 k aod 79c Ladle heavy every day thoet 70 and up Men heavy every day ihoei 91c and up Lidi fin hoa 93c and up Men fn ihoti W and up Menhatvy booli it worth 1 75 Illger Hats and Caps of all Kinds How to Keep G rupee Freih Tho first rcquisito is that tho fruit be in perfect couditiou If tho grapes bought in tho market aro to bo used thoy should bo as fresh as posslblo when received Komovo any imperfect ones with a sharp pair of scissors put a layer of cotton in n pasteboard box then a layer of grapes tho bunches not touch Ye we haadl Clcthlng and lot of It too The iug each other another layor of cotton prii we Dutiio clothing li what move t II you and so on until tho box is full with a need a tall Suit Over coat Caiilmer J earn or layor of cotton ou top Tho cotton Overall pant dont fall to e our and you will ke that It luieln to look any Urther ui we beat should bo tucked down at the sides af tot thtmallallkt Allour Ianti and iruod miny of each layer Put on tho cover tie secure buna are manuiactufrd by tb Father of one of our Arm and thli enable ui to make lower price than ly and put away in a cool dry place other merchant can la fact our eutit me b A good cellar does very well bought topVcint Cheaper than other merchant Â¬ J i it got In blfcar load V Kxid pantl Bed i Ki Nice Maple Bedi 1 a and up Nice Oak Bed l 7s aud up Nice Bureau lor 5 IU Elegant Ureuer f r 6x0 Oak Chamber Sum l j 75 1400 andfljOi Nice Sola fur 6 1 0 and up Chain Tablei Salei Wardrobei Mattreiica etc Cheaper than the Cheapen 0 W- - PATE MoQUADY BSSSS KY 3S3S3SStt3 IN- Â¬ Clothing Overcoats WHY DONT YOU VEST A buy them look at our 148 Macklntoahc Very Respectfully f W E Brown tau JW i MMWJuittn Kim Braihaar Dead ar ag 70 died iu v IRVINflTON KYi Ji Oweasbore Monday ef dropsy Mrs BrMhear was a satire of tills county and an aunt of Dr 8 B AdkissoRofthtseity Her Interment took place Tuesday at Yelyinfttoa Shawaa awoa astimabla aid lady aad a ihryewt airkrfaawaB WILSONJONES Successors to Wilson Co FORDSYILLJS - KENTUCKY Mow to Cook Vlih Boll To eooh half teacupful of cooked fish any kind add a teacupful of mashed potatoes buttor jtbw of a marble a sus picion of mace a dask of pepper ono eighth of a toanpooufnl of mit unless tho flsh and potatoes havo been pro viouslywell seasoned in cooking Work to a jNute with one beaten egg Form into rolls three laoaves long with sqnare ends flow wall and fry ia deep fat to a golden color 8rve oh a doily with a letaou and pysly garaheb Â¬ Wo breed on Beiontifio principles the following Black Minorcus Buff Cochins Barred Plymouth Rocks White Wyandottea VV 0 W Polish Light Brahlnas Froe Your moneys worth or no sale Writo for cataloguo KENTUCKY STOCK POULTRY FA KM Brandenburg Ky The unilcrIgiMtt wilt receive bMi far telaphnno line from Power Station to Specification can be oblainxl at our Cloverport office la Oweniboro Kyor ol W K Iloarilinaa Owaniboro Kt Telcfraph Company CumbarlanJ Tlphone IN FINE IOUTrUY FEW DOLLARS plifora Notici AA WUKN DOES YOUR SUH NKWS SCK1 PTION TO Til 12 EXPIRE lI Breckenridge News WEDNK8DAY SEPT 28 1B98 A LITTLE SUFFERER HUSTLING IRVINGTON It Mas Got THE TIME FOR irr Face Hands and Arms Covered With Scrofulous Humors How a Cure Waa Effected FOR HURDER When Ave years old my little boy had scrofula on his face hands and arms It Ohio Man Will De Tried In Ureck An was worst on his chin although the sores enrldge on his cheeks and liamln wero very bad It appeared In the form of red pimples which would tenter break open and run Tho caso of the commonwealth vs and then scab over After dlsappcarlnft transferred they would break out again Thoycauscd Frank L Kinlth has been from tho Ohio county court to this coun Â¬ Intenso Itching and the little sufferer had ty for tria to bo watched continually to keep him In tho indictment which is on file in from scratching tho sores We becamo My the Circuits Clerks office Frank L greatly alarmed at his condition Smith is charged with stabbing Louis wifes mother had had scrofula and tho was had hclpd Franklin with a knife so that the latter only medicine which Wo decided her givo to Hoods Barsaparllla died from the effect of tho wounds The it to our boy and wo noted an Improve Â¬ caso was tried once before in the Ohio ment in his case very soon After giving county Circuit Court and the defendant him four bottles of Hoods Barsaparllla was sentenced to serve eleven years in the humor had all been driven out of his tho penitentiary blood and it has never slnco returned It Is thought that five days will be William Bartz 410 South Williams St South Bend Indiana consumed in the retrial of the caao You can buy Hoods SarsapartUa of all HONEYFROn SANTIAQO druggists Be sure to get only Hoods Will Farber Sends Curiosities to His MY WORK is near at hand We are Prepared for it a Lightening Move On Itself DAVIESS COUNTY FAIR Some Or the New Buildings Go Up That Will as never before It is doubtful if there is another town in the state that is building as rapidly as Irvington Its fine location at the junct- Â¬ ion of the main line and branch of the Tho largest stock in this part of the Henderson Route makes it a good ho- Â¬ state Heminways comptcto line tel town and Jonas Lyons proprietor of OWENSBORO KY Embroidery Silk llOOCrS PHIS etr to operate 23 cents Parents Will Farber has sent his parents some pieces of Spanish coin which he procured while stationed at Santiago They are all small denominations being in silver and in amounts ranging from one peseta to one real The coins have tho Spanish coat of arms on them and were made at tho Madrid mint On one is tho legend This is interpret Â¬ Poe Dlos y la const ed to mean lor God and the Constitu- Â¬ Will has written Mr Fisher that tion he will send a lot of arms captured from Spanish soldiers that they may be added to the collection of curios in the museum at the drug store DeWltts Witch Hazel Salve has the largest sale of any Salve in tho world This fact and its merit has led dishonest people to attempt to counterfeit it Look out for the man who attempts to deceive you when you call for DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve the great pile cure Short Haynes MATRIMONIAL MARKET SINGLE BLESSEDNESS Preferred lo Double Cussedncss By These People the Depot Hotel has been compelled to make arrangements to build an eight room addition to his already commodious hotel to accommodate his increased trade The work of construction will begin this week R M Jolly ex senator finds his im- Â¬ plement business increasing to that ex Â¬ tent that he is compelled to add more floor space to accommodate his stock To do this lie has had plans drawn and will soon begin the erection of a two story warehouse 40x120 feet in dimen- Â¬ sions with basement It will be used as an implement depot William Hall and Mrs Pollock of Webster have purchased lota at Irvington and will at once begin the erection of neat cottages thereon ArtStamped Linens Heminways Art Linen 9 inch squares stamped 12 inch squares Btamped 18 OCT 4 3 e 7 S S3 SPECIAL RATES ON THE RAILROADS One Fare for the Round Trip from all Stations along St L Railroad the L H V 50c a yd 5c Do 18a inch squares stamped the All of above are Heminways standard of Art Linens Other Stumped Goods from 2c up In Doilies Tray Covers Center Pieces Lunch Covets etc in Battenburg Stamped Lace Patterns for Handkerchiefs Dollies Center Pieces Table Covers etc from 4c up Battenburg Braids Rings and Thread at reduced prices Crepe Papor alt shades 5c a roll We lead in Corsets Hosiery Gloves and Under wear Everything in Fancy Goods Mall orders promptly filled f - It Has Been Quite Dull But Is Now Picking Up The county clerk reports that he has issued but few marriage licenses during the past few months The matrimonial market has been unusually dull during the heated spell hut now that the weather has grown cooler the demand for licenses is increasing very preceptiblv and the outlook is that the usual num- Â¬ ber of September licenses will be issued Â¬ It Hits the Spot When suffering from a severe cold and your throat and lungs feel sore take a 1 Honey and Tar dose of Foleys 1 Iness will be at when the soro I warm great once ful feeling and healing of the parts af- Â¬ fected will be experienced and you will say It feels so good It hits the spot It is guaranteed A R Fisher Clover Haynes Fatesville port Gordon A R A Shellman Stephensport Witt Hardinsburg So Not Be Imposed On Thirteen Divorce Suits Filed Light Always insist on getting Foleys Hon Â¬ Criminal Docket ey and Tar as It is postively absolutely and unqualifiedly tho best cough medi- Â¬ A R Accept no substitute Tho coming session of Circuit Court cine R A Shellman which begins on the second Monday in Fisher Cloverport Haynes Pates October will be notable for tho number Stephensport Gordon A Witt HardinsbuTg of divorce suits and the absence of sensa- ville j E tional civil suits and criminal cases TAKES THE CAKE Out ol forty live Bulla filed thus far thirteen of them are divorce suits The People Pay Taxes Very unhappy couples who seek to release Hudsonvllle Cheerfully Â¬ themselves from the thraldom of matri mony allego all sorts of excuses non Sherifi V B Burton reports that the support and abandonment being the September tax collections are the best favorite The criminal docket will be very light that have ever been made in the history there being a few cutting scrapes and of the county Tho sum of 3654 00 has other offenses of minor importance to been collected in county taxes and 11504 for tho State try The banner district is Hudsonville Found Most of the people there have paid their At A R Fisher Cloyerport R A taxes and they did so cheerfully Every dollars worth of taxes paid in- Â¬ Shellman Stephensport Gordon Hay Â¬ nes Patcsville E A Witts Hardins Â¬ to the Sheriffs hands so far has come in burg drug stores a marvelous cure for voluntarily There has been uo solicita- Â¬ all kidney complaints nervous exhaus- Â¬ tion and the large sum collected is an tion and female weakness It is Foleys evidence of the fact that our people are in better financial condition than they Kidney Cure have been for years Â¬ Special Trains will be run from Fordsville to Owensboro and from West Point to Owensboro Dr J H HICKMAN President J W CARTER Secretary AaJeWllBams OWENSBORO 117 W KY A NEW STORE CLOVERPORT Opens Monday MAIN STREET Jolly Will Havo Another Mercantile Estab Â¬ lishment - HIGH August - SCHOOL I FALL TERM 29th 1898 FOR SALE SEEDS The little town of Jolly on the Fords villo branch is a splendid trading point and ia FINE BUILDING STONE How to Look Good Good looks are really more than skin reloivedLJi Custom House at Memphis Made of Clover port Sandstone Heres Your Chance All the furniture for- Â¬ Carloads of sandstone pass through this city every day from Louisville to The Owensboro and other nearby citie stone is used in brick buildings for cor- Â¬ nices and decorative purposes An ex- Â¬ amination of the Btone Bhows it to be inferior to the sandstone that is taken out of tho quarries below Cloverport It is not as hard as our product and has not the samo uniformity of color and texture It seems a pity that tho magnificent quarries near town are not more exten- Â¬ sively worked The stone lays in such shape that it could be channeled and sawed into desired dimensions We have a splendid market right here at home The quality of the stone is superior The custom house at Mem- Â¬ phis is built of sandstone that was taken out of the quarries here at Cloverport during the days when steamboat ng was at its height The old building is in a fine state of preservation and is a monument that speaks of the endurance of Cloverport sandstone Â¬ Â¬ deep depending entirely on a healthy condition of all the vital organs If the liver is Inactive you have a bilious look if your stomach is disordered you have a dyspeptic look if your kidneys are af-Â¬ fected you have a pinched look Secure good health and you will surely have Electric Bitters is a good good looks Alterative and Toulc Acts directly on the stomach liver and kidneys purifies the blood cures pimples blotches and boils and gives a good complexion Every bottle guaranteed Sold at Short Haynes Drug Store 50 cents per bottle DONT KICK People Do Not Object Seriously Stamp Tax rapidly gaining prestige as such formerly of Fordsville has rented tho Dr Burch property at 1 60 Per Month Jolly Station He is having the store Â¬ Primary Department room enlarged for the purpose of putting Intermediate Department 175 if HOLT KENTUOKY in an extensive stock of general mer- Â¬ Advanced Department 2 00 tJ l chandise Academic Department 300 j Resolutions of Respect A Household Necessity Teachers Course 300 At a meeting of the internal revenue employes at the custom house the fol Â¬ No family should be without Foleys Slate Certificate 350 lowing resolutions of respect commem- Â¬ Colic Cure for all bowel complaints SlateDiploma 400 orating the death of Peter 8 Miller were A R Fisher Cloverport R A Shell Music Department 60 cents per lesson or 1060 per quarter Haynes drafted man Stephensport Gordon Whereas Almighty God has romoved Patesville E A Witt Hardinsburg Good Board in the best of homes may be had from 200 to 260 per woek from this sphere our beloved friend and SEND FOR CATALOGUE Personal interest taken in all pupils companion Peter S Miller bo it Itreitswltb toq vhitbar 70a eontlnn IbtW eJfJEJ Raolvtd By the members df this meet ncrTOunoff MDcro oaoii H V WUM lmTi in uair iodmco orm anpBp ing that we lament tho loss from our oui ntrToui auiraii leriptlf s uae pariavi turn uiooa r TFT 1 1 Â¬ midst of ono whose disposition was conlorei uudwhi 1 gn SLS mloldcu460000 mkei you tiroes- S I 1 curedooina llur tinued sunshine and whose presence UDCftiinni and pockatr own Araawltt who was ever a pleasure by reason of his POQK VAunh far U TiJt It With J lk will ntlantlr oatralilflBtlT Osa l many enobling qualities and goodness of - ll ua luisa J Genuine Missouri White RyeOrchard Qrass Wheat and Clover Morris Wilson TERMS F DTJTSCHKE fttJl J Â¬ A ADDRESS -- heart to The Bank of Hardinsburg sells about The 2 worth of revenue stamps dally people who stick stamps to teir checks deeds and other paper do not object to the tax very seriously The poor man seems to derive satisfaction from the fact that his wealthier neighbor has to pay You invite disappointment when you more tax than he and the wealthier experiment DeWitts Little Early Risers man derives consolation from the fact are pleasant easy thorough little pills that trusts and corporations get it harder They cure constipation and sick head- Â¬ than he Tho revenue stamp seems to be tho ache just as sure as you take them most popular method of direct taxation Haynes Short known notwithstanding that a tea party waa held at Boston over a hundred years HES ago to discourage this form of collecting Shelby Ford Proving Himself a Public revenue for the couduct of government Benefactor Ford8ville has one citlaen who believes in progress He is Shelby Ford This gentleman is an ardeut advocate of proÂ¬ gressive farming and ho is also of the firm opinion that blood will tell To demonstrate the truth of his convictions he has invested in four Durham bulls and eight heifers The animals are magnificent types of the best strain of this species of cattle One bull fifteen months old weighs 048 pounds It is Mr Fords intention to use this herd for the purposd of building up the live stock industry of Ohio county He thinks that if tills strain of blood is wide Â¬ ly introduced in the county it will bring large financial returns to the farmers and he will Jo all in his power to raise the standard of rattle breeding in his section Â¬ That the government has lost a capable and conscientious officer his companions a true and tried friend an I the community a high minded and use ful citizen llttolved That wo extend our deepest sympathy to his bereaved family in this terrible ordeal and may God assuage their sorrow and guide their footsteps to a happy reunion beyond the grave Raolved That it was with great ragret we were unable to attend his funeral in a body as waa our desire but unfortun- Â¬ ately we did not hear of his death until tho day of the funeral Jitiolved That a copy of these resolu- Â¬ tions be sent to bis distressed family and that they be published in the Owensboro papers Hancock Clarion and ubeckeh niuoK News L P Lonky Chairman F L Botd Secretary Going Sown Hill People suffering from Kidney Diseases feel a gradual but steady loss of strength They should lose no and vitality time in trying Foleys Kidney Cure a Guaranteed Preparation A R Fisher Cloverport R A Shellman Stephens Haynes Patesville port Gordon A Witt Hardinsburg Renolved In a Wrangle Fordsville is fortunate in possessing one of the handsomest public school buildings of any town in the state ita size but it is unfortunate in having a school wrangle on its bands just now The trustees have fallen out over the apÂ¬ pointment of a teacher and as a result there will likely be no school there this term mYrr wLSi S E HANCOCK SA MM4y to care or w OUft nod mon MtrMI ifw ion rf t Cloverport Kentucky Principal and Business Manager Mil t SrWS watioB j l Irvington College E O Orabbe and wife will open their School at Irving ton on the egg 1 Teakers Great SALE Goods Must Go 5 the term FIRST MONDAY IN OCTOBER Pupils will bo charged from tho time they enter until the end of The school year will consist of two terms Tuition is due in advance There will bo no deduction for any time lost Full Corps of Competent Teachers Tuition in tho Literary Departments as follows Collegiate School Business School Normal School Intermediate School Primary School Incidental Feo - H 41 We are Closing Out 50 pea Calico worth 5o at 3c 10 pea Bluo Cottonade worth 16o at 9c - 2000 per pupil per torm 2000 20P0 1500 1 1000 x 100 merly used in the Heyser House con- Â¬ Copper Colored Splotches Blood sisting of Beds Bed- Â¬ ding and househould goods of every des- Â¬ There is only one cure for Contagious Polbou the disease which has They completely hufllcd tho doctors are totally unable to cure it and direct their efforts toward bottling the poison up in tho blood mid concealing it from S 8 8 cures tho disease posi- Â¬ view tively and permanently by forcing out every trace of the taint wblcb l was afflicted with ft terrible blood dlieai box sample SlipperB and Shoes at 49c 1 set Window Shades 10c each Good Bleached Cotton at 5c Ladies Corsets worth 50o at 25c Remnants Silks at your own price Ladies Vests at 4c Boys Vests at 3c Ladies Hose lOo quality at 5c 10o 15c and 20o Organdies Music Art and Elocution will bo charged extra Special terms to teachers desiring to better qualify themsolvos for their professions Any variance from tho above terms must bo in writing and signed by the Principal For further information address Lock Box 6 More than twenty million free samples of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve have cription will be sold nil la ixU at drat ailbut afterward uvvr mj uuuti urrau at from 30 to 50 per fr cent less than cost pl These aoon broke out In to to sores and It ii Imagine the suffering I endured Ilefore I be Â¬ came convinced that the dot tori could do no good dol la re which was real 1 been distributed by the manufacturers What better proof of their confidence in Its merits do you want It cures piles burns scalds sores in the shortest space Haynes of time Short Building a House Charles Beard a former Meade county boy who is now a resident of Fordsville is meeting with great success He is a hustler alter the manner born He is now planning to erect a handsome cottage t Fordsville to cost 830 He is Â¬ 100 our price 49c BcBt Jeans Pants 49c 30 Mens all wool filling suits worth 7 at 398 Samplo Hats at your own price at 5o 10 doz Century CorBotsworth y Irvington Breckenridgo County Ky Dollars and Dimes 100 J had spent a hundred Buoklens Arnica Salve Tub Bkst Salvk in the world for Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum FeÂ¬ ver Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chil Â¬ blains Corns and all Skin Eruptions and postively cures Piles or no pay re- Â¬ quired It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded Price For sale by Short 25 cents per box Haynes The Record Breaker Tice Jolly waa blessed beyond most At private Sale Inquire of thrown away 1 then tried various patent medicines but they did not reach the dlaeaie When I had flnlihed my first bottle of 8 8 8 I waa tfreatly Improved and waa dellKhted with the remit The Urge red plptohei on my cheat began to grow paler and smaller and I regained before long disappeared entirely my lost weight became strooger and my ap petite greatly improved I was soon entirely II and my akin aa clear as a piece of gleM Uli Mtkm 100 Mulberry 8t Newark NJ Groceries 20 lbs nico Sugar 1 00 10 bars 8t Louis Soap at 25c Good Coal Oil 10c per gal Good Green Coffee 3 lbs for 25o ir unmarried but lleauty Is lllood Deep Clean blood meaus m clean skin No beauty without it Cascareta Candy Cathur tio clean your blood and keen it clean try ttirrinir un the lazv liver and iltivintr all im purities from the body Begin to day to banish pimples boils blotches blackheads and that sickly bilious complexion by taking voKiitHp ueuuiy or ten cents All arug gists satisfaction guaranteed 10c 23c 60c O SmlAk 1 1 HEYSER Cloverport Ky cure by taking tho doctors treatment of meroury and potash Theso minerals cause tho hair to fall out and will wreck tho entire system Dont destroy all possible chance of a BIQ OUT IN ALL DEPARTMENTS Geo men this year by the divinity that pre Â¬ sides over the harvest He had ten acres of ground on his place that yielded 40 bushels to I he acre and on GO acres of ground he raised 1300 bushels of wheat Tice had more wheat this year than Carter had oats and he looks happy and contented I and Is the only blood remedy guaranteed to contain no potash mercury or other mineral Books on the disease and Its treatÂ¬ ment mailed free by Swift SpMlfleOoe fwj Atlanta Georgia Is roBz LY SwSTho Blood vkjhtablk Mel TTS Count up in buying Groceries and Dry Goods In both lines wo are prepared with the stock and prices sure to make it an objeot to you to come to our store Save 10 cents on 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