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FTf -- V A THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS NEWS KIT ALJU THR THATS TO PRINT VOL XXIII - U i CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 5 1898 o NO 12 IRVINGTOM j PROSPEROUS BAPTISTS Hundreds Attended the Goshen sociation at Sandy Hill AsÂ¬ superintend SKXi printing of the mln BTKrHKNRPORT utes MKKTINO AT wjilch a discussion was held as to ways and means by several of the ministers present FRIDAY AFTERNOON SESSION SANDY HILL CHURCH One of The Coming Town Of the Pnny rile Kojral makea tha food pure wholcaome aad dellcloua Them wbh a lively contest as to where the next meeting ol the Association whs to be held Leitchfleld Stepehensport Gloyerport Hopewell Hanging Rock and Lost Run wore desirous of the honor but the contest soon narrowed down to Leitchfleld and Stephensport won the plum by the following vote Stephens port on final ballot 18 Leitchfleld on final ballot 10 Six ballots were neces- Â¬ sary to determine the location of the meeting THE lNTKODUCTOIlT SERMON Reports Show the Churches To Be In Flourishing Condition 4 vi - O I Messengers and Visitors Royally Entertained by Members and Friends of the Sandy Ilill Church THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE ASSOCIATION RESOLVED Tliat We the Goshen Association now in ses Â¬ sion at Sandy Hill Church do hereby extend to the members of this church and the people of this community our heartfelt thanks for theirAmbounded hoepitality and their splendid outer- tainment during the sitting of this body There were several candidates for the honor of preaching the Introductory sor won at the next meeting of the associa- Â¬ tion They were J W Valandingbam W V Harrell J R Ward and J T Lewis Tho contest on the third ballot lay be Â¬ tween Lewis and Harrell with the re- Â¬ sult that Ie wis was selected by a vote of IS to 12 W V Harrell was named as his alternate The sum of 12 was raised among the members to pay arrearages to J W VttlanJIngham and I W Washburn for expenses Incurred attending the Southern Baptist Association convention last year Tho meeting thon adjourned until 9 oclock Thursday morning Â¬ THURSDAY MORNINO BESSION SSS 4S Â¬ value of church property 1200 pastors salary 225 mesaungers Elder Crocker J T Lewie J B Herndou G O Bailey J R Wimp F H McGehee Walnut Grove church Membership 110 increase by letter 6 decrease by letter 4 by exclusion 3 by death 3 pastors salary 85 messengers II T Gibson Clifl Haddock G It French W A Shaw M Compton Duncan Valley church Membership 20 decrease by letter and death 2 Little Cnfty church Membership 50 increase by baptism 10 by letter 3 restoration 1 decrease by letter 2 by death 2 value of church property 150 messengers A V Armstrong L A Sturgeon Goshen church Membership 200 in- Â¬ crease by baptism 8 restoration 1 de crenso by letter3 exclusion 2 death 1 value of church property 1200 pastors salary 450 messenger J T Owen Membership 71 New Hope church increase by letter 8 decrease by letter 0 - messengers J MWhltworth KIRST PAYS SESSION BprTng Station church Membership The eighty second session of the Gosh en association met with Bandy Hill 14p p in crease1 by baptism 47 by letter 10 by experience 47 decrease by letter church Wednesday September 28 The deliberations of the body were 4 value of church property 800 pastors opened by moderator H B White Rey salary 135 messengers E E Wortbam J M Washburn made the Introductory Zadir Denton Sandy Hill church Membership 80 sermon selecting as his text Rom 6 22 It was a most interesting effort llev increase by baptism 1 by letter 4 de Â¬ J J Wiilett made the opening prayer crease by letter 1 decreaso by death 1 and letters from the churches were read value of church property 1200 pastors salary 200 messengers Chris Ashcraft by W P Harvey and J 0 Wiilett Eugene Ashcraft George Board J G NOON SESSION The noon session was opened by pray Â¬ Anderson J M Herndou J L Henry KRinvY MORNING SESSION er by J W Valandingbam church Stephensport Membership Immediately after prayer the call of 117 increase by baptism 7 by restor- Â¬ The Friday morning session was the churches was made with the follow- Â¬ ation 2 decreaso by letter 4 by death opened with song by the assembly and prayer by J R Ward The minutes of ing responses Caneyvllle church Membership 33 sengers H SEnglish Amos Wtiltworth tho previous days session were read and Treasurer Harrell read his increase none decrease by letter lj iThe StepheisportjChurch through its approved Friendship churchy Membership 27 messengers extended to the association report as treasurer of the association increase by baptism 3 decrease- by a cordial invitation to meet at that city which was approved The next business in order was the letter 6 value of church property 1300 next year pastors salary C0 messengers G W election of a delegate to the Southern Bap New Bethel church Membership 142 Fayuo Charles Weatherford tist association convention at Louisville increase by baptism 1 value of church Elder Harrell placed in nomination El Â¬ Hardinsburg church Membership 40 property 800 messengers Miller Alfred der II BVhite Jas Oresler put In nom Â¬ iacreaso by baptism 6 decrease by letter J W Squires ination A D Ashcraft Mr Veech nom1 pastors salary 05 mesÂ¬ 6 by death Pilgrim church Membership 72 in inated Bro Caperton Elder Rutledge sengers O W Moorman Arch Weather crease by letter 2 decrease by letter 4 was placed in nomination by two dele Â¬ ford J Tucker exclusion 2 death 1 gates but declined in favor of Bro White The call of the churches was here in IJleasanty View church Membership who was elected delegate with A D Compton wbo moved tempted by Bro that ibe regularruWs bediapweed with 135 increase byj letter 3 decreaso by Ashcraft alternate Elder Lewis moved that the association and tlUt the election olthu officers be letter 4 death2 Rvalue- - of church prop- Â¬ erty 400 messengers Eldor I W pay the expenses of the delegate The 83deby acclamation motion prevailed The motion was ruled out of order by Washburn J R Ward The following were appointed mes Â¬ Providence church Membership CO the moderator who ordered an election vote to bo taken by pri increase by baptism 0 by restoration 1 sengers to attend the general association of ofllceis the yate ballot as directed by the constltu- - increase by letter 3 exclusion 1 death which is to meet at Mt Sterllug Ky Rev Rutledge Rev Crocker Rev J T 1 yalue of properly 800 pastors messengers James Griswelk W Ijwis J T O wen and Rev W V Harrell Theresultof the balloting was tIio Messengers to the Corresponding Asso- Â¬ unanimous eiectibnorEFderH iTwEife R Rile ciation were appointed as follows asKod4MraraA VfrYHrelil clerlcjf Gcrlsth church Membership 10 in Prayer was offered by Rev W P Har Â¬ creaso by bgptiam 18 by letter G restor Â¬ Salem J E Keith J A Tucker Rev vey after which the call of churches ation 1 decrease by death 3 value of Rutledge B A Ashcraft Rev Wash Â¬ B A Cruwford was continued cjiurch property 800 pastors salary burn The following were appointed mes Â¬ Hopewell church membership 08 siw w 2 sengers to Blackford J T Owen J E increase by letter 3 decrease by letter 2 VWITWO WKMBKBa Keith 500 pastors value of church property The following were the members who MetBongers to the Daviess County salray 50 messengers O Garter J J yisltell with the members jof the isalem Association were 11 Veech J W Hen Carter ii F Carter oautatlxin m drlok J A Tucker W V Harrell h i Leitchfleld church memberships M i ii TSIdersJrOWlllettrJ J Wlllelt W The report of W P Compton on the Increase by baptism 4 by letter 8 de crease by letter 7 by death 2 value of H Conner TJ Dowel J T Williams orphans home was read It was as fol- Â¬ salary R 8 Dowull M P Payne Wm Dugan lows cWKchpjWlir9fi5100ja8tor8 W Smith Henry Ashcraft J II The home was completed 21 yars ago 9440 mttasears jcidec Jl gV Valandlng G HAVe totter extended Hlckerson Rev W P Harvey of the and Bin c it was startod has sheltered Th haaf atoyltaMoji ie tjU aasoeWion to meet Western Recorder1 S R Moore and 1033 orphan children 308 came to the J W Warder of Missionary Board homo 730 were received from the state wltti themsextyearr Elder J O Wiilett was requested to at large During the year 23 children libertycliujh membership 59 In were received 20 from the county and crease byf bai tla 7 by letter 2 mesam preach at the stand Rhv W P Harvey the editor of the 3 from the city 10 were a lopted 0 ap gew G Brasher I II Bratcber Last lUnhirch membership 70 In- - Recorder was presentand it made him preticed and 1 died There now remains of church blush like a school boy to bear all the at the home 87 children crewe bybapMB It was moved Unit a collection be taken nroDerty ttOO Mstora salary 00 mes compliments that were passed on his pa per which has been regarded M one of for the benefit of the home sengers T Qoaspn M P Comptou Brothers Crisler Rutledge and Wiilett UlllwSbd fftjw membership 30 in- - the yery beet religious newspapers in bjibaitfcua 4 decrease by letter 1 thiscouutry for the past seventy three spoke very eloqueutly ou its benefits and ortin the work of mercy it was perforating exSfuloatlfdefttii 1 value of ohuruli years Clove rport responded with 10 Clover The Ohio Valley church which wm jpMperty 1100 messenger B F Craw ireceajlyoKaaae4ildiH was ad creek with 5 Goshen 10 HardUietmrg P 2 2 Hopewell 2 Little Clifty Lost p mlttdJe mfjRihilraiiJlJh Ik AssocatloH Hanging 2 New Hope 5 Rub - Millwood ISMLdiareaee uv T Mt lml j rr tSmmwZt to receive Plewwnt View 5 The caeh collection A ilrVTi rJiarrem irr oontrlbutloM for the mlaaUs and B F amounted to W 71 WMte B F Crawford read the report o the Icrlsetea ehHreh MembWt 96 OrawtoKitad Arch WeatherfotU ws Tbe metiduy wm asMtRtM KMtucky Mlftittew AM SeeUty after JWfiHi by Utter 8 dtafeiiw by Mtor 7 w One of the most largely attended re- Â¬ ligious conventions ever held withiu the confines of Meade county was that of the Goehen Baptist Association at Sandy Hill near Irvington Wednes day Thursday and Friday of last week The crowd in attendance varied each day but it ranged from GOO on the open- Â¬ The ing day to 2000 on Thursday crowd diminished Friday on account of the rain The people in the vicinity of Sandy Hill were lavish in the hospitality they extended their guests They made room for all and entertained them in a delight Â¬ ful manner The dinners that were served in the open air each day were sumptuous in their nature The amount of victuals fnrniahedvas more than sufficient for a gathering double the size The members of the association and those who attend unofficially represent Â¬ ed the very best elements of tills and the adjoining counties Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ v the opening of the association Thursday morning the following com- Â¬ mittees were named Foreiuu Missions J W Valanding Â¬ bam uiul 11 Veech State Missions I M Washburn G V Bratcber O Carter Home Missions WB Rutledge J E Keith District Missions J T Lewis Alfred Miller J W Squires Schoos and Colleges W E Crocker J T Lewis J B Herndon GO Bandy J R Wimp and F H McGehee Religious Literature J It Ward James Crlswell L A Sturgeon Kentucky Baptist Ministers Aid So- Â¬ ciety U F Crawford G B Bratcber Airh Weatherfoid Orphans Home M P Compton A V Armstrong Taylor Compton Nomination on District Board J L Henry H Veech J E Keith O W Moorman Sunday School and Col porterage J G Armstrong J B Herndon W V Harrell Order of Business The regular order of business was opened by prayer by J T Dowell J W Valandham read the report on foreign missions I W Washburn the report ou state missions W B Rutledge the report on home missions The following was the report of the Home Missions board Amount raised In he field during the past year 50251 04 against 45 07182 the preceding year The total amount raised for home missions 7 this year was 11003050 against 21182 last year After tho reading of the report the members called for the song Onward Christian Soldier which was boautl fully rendered by Miss Muuford Riv D Warder closed the discussion of missions with u very eflectlve prayer On The Thursday Hlternoon waul on was opnned by beautiful singing by the choir and by prayer by Rev W II Rutledge Mr Veech moved that the association appoint a minister to preach a special sermon on missions at each meeting of the board The association refused to act on the motion Rnd the matter of the appointment was left to the board W B Rutledgo offered the following resolution Jletoheil That we the Goshen Asso ciation now in session at Sandy Hill church do hereby extend to the mem bers of this church Rnd the people of this community our heart felt thanks for their unbounded hospitality and their splendid entertainment during thn sit Â¬ ting of this body The report of the Religious Literature committee reccommended the Western Recorder as a worthy paper and one that should bo supported because of its sound new on Baotist doctrine and loyalty to Its principles The Foreign Mission Journal ol Richmond Va was also recÂ¬ commended as were the Southern Bap tist convention series for Suuday school work The Orphans Friend and the Home Field of Atlanta Gn Schools and colleges were next disÂ¬ cussed and some able talks were made on the subject Thoso Who took part recognized tho iraportrnce of schools and tho eduratlon of tho young The com- Â¬ mon Bchools were recommended and their influence for gbdd In every com- Â¬ munity were dwelt on The following members were appoint- Â¬ ed to the now board of district missions W V Harrell B F Crawford II Veech A D Ashcraft II S English W B Rutledge The board meets every Friday before the fifth Sunday The first meeting will be at Goshen second at Hopewell three miles north of Millwood third at New Bethel and the fourth at Sandy Hill The committee appointed to collect funds for printing the minutes of the Association reported that they had raised Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ District Irvington Is n good place to llvrn good place to get a good Interest in all money ey invested It is the outlet for Brfcl gregations in Meade enrldge and M ratio counties to the busy whirl of life In no town In the State does money invested in houses nnd lots Building Was Destroyed bya Fire pay abetter dividend In its stores the most aesthetic can be satisfied It has of Mysterious Origin one of the best flouring mills nnd grain elevators It is surrounded by one ol A New and Handsome Edifice Was the wealthiest Hnd most rellued commu Built to Replace It nities of the state mid they will bhiii open one of tliu best educational institutions We know of no plnun with a A Sketch of the Oldest Surviving more promising future Truly all roads Charter Members lead to Irvington the Oldest Baptist Con- Â¬ ROW Â¬ POWDER Absolutely Pure Â¬ ROYAL WKIN4 POWDCK CO KPW YORK r Â¬ i Â¬ t Jxlue The church at Sandy Hill whero the 3o8lien Association met lost week is one of the oldest Baptist organizations in Meade county The original edifice was built in 1841 not long after the organization and the new house of worship was erected eight years ago It has a seating capacity of WO and the pews and furnishings are in every particular Tho oldest member of tho church now living is Robert Hendrick He and his wife are the only surviving charter mem Â¬ bers of the organization Mr Hendrick is 72 years old and his wife C2 They have raised eleven chil- Â¬ dren of their own and two orphans Three of their children are now living The first pastor of the Sandy Hill Bap Â¬ tist church near Irvington was Elza Hlckerson He was succeeded by Rey George Hicks and during his pastorate Daniel Herndon and wife Dick Herndon and wife Elizabeth Ashcraft James Ashcraft and Mary Powell became Iden Â¬ tified with the church The constitution of the church was adopted In 1841 The old edifice then occupied was destroyed by a fire of mys terious origin supposed to have been the work of an Incendiary The church and the present was rebuilt In 184 23 78 and touching re Â¬ church in 1889 Alter appropriate The Rev D Dowden a famous preachmarks had been made by tho moderator singing of that grand old hymn er was pastor for 28 years and the Mrs Hendrick one of tho original the as- Â¬ Am a Soldier of The Cross membors of the church lives iu the same adjourned sociation The closing prayer was uttered by houso today that her father erected She was born in tho house and both of her Rev W V Harrell parents died in it Tho structure Is one All those who attended tho Association were well pleased with tho treatment of the oldest In this section they had received Never Say Die The reports were gratifying to all as desperate casts of klduey disÂ¬ Many they showed the church to be in splendid physical and spiritual condition eases pronounced incurable have been Very few of the churches buow falling off cured by Foleys Kidney Cure Many physicians use it A R Fisher Clo- Â¬ while all report material gains Stephens R A Shellman Â¬ The spirit of enthusiasm and hopeful- verport Haynes Patesville E ness that pervaded the gathering speaks port Gordou eloquently for the prosperous outlook A Witt Hardiusburg for the association during the coming DEATH 01 MRS FRYfllRE year The association meets nxt year at A 0 rand Old Christian Wrman Passes Stephensport on the first Wednesday Away before the first Sunday in October at 11 oclock Mrs Adam Frymlre of near Union Dr Bulls Cough Syrup is a Remark- - Star Breckenridge county died vory ble medicine A ilry tickling hacking cough the warning that comu pi ion lurlu near needs no suddenly last Thursday morning of heart trouble She had not even complained other doaorlut Dr Ilalli Cough Sjrup It positively curei I hi oat anil lung trouble and had attended as usual to all of her morning duties Mrs Frymlro was 72 VETERAN HOTEL MAN but was active hearty and in full posses Â¬ sion of all her mental faculties as bright Stinnetts Tavern Was a Famous Re- Â¬ as at fifty She leaves nix children Mrs Ed Shellman with whom Bhe lived Mrs sort In Olden Days Severs of Cloverport George Frymire of this place Mc H and J B Frymlre Before the advent of the railroad and Breckenridge county W M when travel by stage coach betweeu Chenault Frymlre Preston Miss Frymlre was a Louisville and Owensboro was In the Sue Barger ami was born and raisÂ¬ heyday of its glory Robert Stlunelt who Miss ed near Webster Breckenridge county now lives near Lewisport was one of the She had been a member of th Method most popular hotel men on the route for many long yeais arid daily He kept a caravansery at llardlnsburg ist church religion She was good and ago The tavern was llyed her twenty six years kind to all a devoted mother Brother the old frame structure near tho market Cundiff preached her funeral nnd house and it was at this point that the Bryant hor remains were interred at the Bruner relays of horses were made cemetery beside her husband who died The motive power for each coach was seven years ago Much sympathy four good horses One of the drivers of some be- Â¬ coaches well known to our is extended the children in their the stage reavement people wob Cub Howard Mr Stinnett Is now 01 years of age but One Minute Cough Cure surprises peo Â¬ his hale and hearty appearance actually ple by its quick cures and children may bloom of youth gives him the He is a progressive farmer and suc- Â¬ take it in large quantities without the ceeded in raising 15000 pounds of flue least danger It has wou for itself the best reputation of any prparation used tobaccco this year to day for colds croup tickling in the that Yd 1U1 ouKllt to knowkidneywhen suQer throat or obstinate coughs Short trouble that Haynes ing from any a safe sure remedy Is Foleys Kidney Kicked By a Mule Cure Guaranteed or money refunded It A R Fisher Cloverport A Whllo engagtjd in hitchlug up a mule Shellmau Stephensport Gordon A Hay at his home noar Iovington last Thurs Â¬ day Sash Simons was kicked on his lame nee PaUsvllle W E Witt Hardlns leg by tho animal The blow was a very buig snvere one and Mr Simons sustained Ulg Cattle Shipment yery painful and severe Injuries Four car loads of fat cattle were shipped from Glendeaue last Friday Coughed 25 Years There Is great activity in the live stock I suffered for 25 years with a rough market In this county ami the move nnd spent hundreds of dollars with doc Â¬ ments of stock oyer the branch road tors and for medicine to no avail until I During the past are quite extensive This used Dr Bells week fifteen car loads wore shipped frbin remedy makes weak luugs strontr It Lou- Â¬ the back part of tho county to tho has saved my life J II Roeell Grants isville and other markets burg III Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ throughout this and adjoining counties where ever we find old pupils of theiia we hear expressions of love for them and the highest praise for their work both from patrons and pupils Seldom if oyer is such love and esteem found for teachers as their old pupils have for Prof Crahb and his good wife One thing Is sum where ever they have an old pupil there they have a firm friend nnd one Â¬ Should Be Given Irvingtons who Is loud in their praise This un doubtedly speaks volumes nnd the cause of education will he greatly injured if New Collegiate Institution pur people do not rally to the support of If we keep them in our their school It Reflects Great Credit Upon Breckenmidst then wo can educate our sons and daughters at home and be assured that ridge County they will be woll educated Theircourse We would urge upon the people of is lull nnd their pupils will receive the Let Breckenridgo tho great Importance of bust instruction in all departments seeing to it that the College at Irving- Â¬ us nil make it our special object to ton Ky has such support nnd apprecia- build up and keep this school in our tion from them that will justify Prof midst aud our children and childrens Crnbb and wife to remain with us While children will rise up to call us blessed there nre many schools high schools and Hed Kept Busy so called Colleges and wo do not propose Pete Gregory of Yelvlngton has just to detract from them but there are few schools who have for their head a princi- Â¬ completed the erection of a barn for pal and co principal classical graduates Mrs C D Temple aud is preparing to aud professional teachers those who put up a largo house for Mr Hoyt have made teaching their life work and CALDWELLS KI as Prof Crahb and wife nnd who are so in love with their work In onr travels j INDIGESTION Candy Cnthnrtlc euro conitlpatlou forever lOcUc IfCCC fall druggists refund inouey Eiloratfi Your llnnreU Willi CxurareU HEARTY SUPPORT Â¬ SDR PEPSlRI gSX9S4XS2e VEST JNTow - Iall GrOOCl j 1 LATEST STYLES NEWEST COLORS m ji Prices fere lever Iower 4e3X3XsS33 F R WILDER V8J Fourth St VEST Louisville Ky BoutTultirru Spit and 8mV Year I lit kuj To quit tobacco nully una oraver bo wag netlu full of life neryo nnd tlsor tulie luo wonderworker Hint uiaUe ucak men itroiif All drutfdttiEOoorllf Cure guaran teed Hookltt and sample free Addreu Sterling Remedy Co Chicago or New York Serlouily III J M Brandeuburg Ky HARDIN Â¬ J W LaFoe of Yelvlngtnn a brother of Mrs O D Temple who formerly cr n ducted the Cloverport Hotel is critically ill with typhoid fever He lias many friends In this county who sympathise with htm In hi condition HARDIN -111 WILDER ocjyHi iwr t Mttjin I Geed Prices Horace Smith of Lewisport Bold to Mck Hope hut week 40 lambs at 4 chW per pound Jolm Thresher sold 30 UhbUb to Mr Hope at 4 cents per Tk4s to tegawledai a goad ftke fcaIDIEIliTTISTS jbnlttWSiiii4i6d v OAMTOXIXA of WcdncsUiiy wild IDlflUPTfttl livery Fourth Monday lit Thursday after the Hack Month InVlnulUn Difficult work r uoh as Bridges and CrownB a specialty Latest appliances used Quod work gunraUcd X J pod Zffuhcf - tBSI i fc- Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY OOr 6 1898 - -- - i - ji A MODERN BATTLE flow The Artillery Is Hauled In to Action Description of an Up ToDate Cavalry Charge Ah the opposing forces approach the gallop is given and closer and closer they corao The old Brigadier is in front FOLLOW THE CROWD Do you remember the advice given by Mr Pickwick when asked what to do in a time of great excitement In sue1 But said Mr Snodgrass cases do as the mob does hat if there are two mobs SHOUTWITH THE LARGEST said Mr Pickwick Vojuiqes cpuld have said no more If you gentle or ferocious reader want to buy DryGpods th crowd at our place will tell you where to buy them All of the best posted buyers in pwepstbrd IWill Itell- jou bursliltftj place to get the best bargains This Brings Em Tho Bamo groat bargains that gladdened tho hearts of hun dreds of buyers last week will bo offered again this week Wo dont confine your purchases to a certain quantity as that is prac Â¬ Our unapproachablo facilities for buying enables tically unlimited us to offer tho following prices Standard Calicoes in Turkey Ileds Indigo Blues and Fancies Â¬ Dress Goods Never in tho history of our house have wo had such a largo and splendid assorted stock and have tho prices been as low Wo can This is a big gtvo you bettor values than any houso in tho Btato assort on but wo mean it Silk and Wool Fancies at 25c All wool Tricots at 25c Jacquard Fancies at 25o All wool SorgoB at 25c All wool Venetian Cloths from 50c up Broad Cloths at 69c worth 75c Broad Cloths at 98c worth 125 Dont forget that we aro selling ngonts of tho celebrated Gold Medal and Majestic brands of Black Goods They cannot bo bought elsewhere in Owensboro to Our Cloak Department -- IfJM - ft Is full of stylish Jacket and Capes from tho most noted clonk Our prices this Boason will bo lbwor than flvdf befdroj makers and when you buy a garment of us you can rest assured that it will bo in style and phCaper than you failbfind it olsowhero fc It motioning back his men with his saber so as to keep them Bteady and together Suddenly and simultaneously on both aides the charge is sounded The two cavalries approach each other like thunderbolts each man pressed on by those in tho rear the second line is trying to force its way into the first and then they meet Tho bursting of the two waves renders one mighty crash to heaven The dust thickens and under this heavy pall of death all knowledge of events is lost The cloud sways backwards and forwards for full five minutes when the officer in command of our reserves spies an open ing then in he goes and the enemy is literally hurled back Tho victors stag ger forward reeling like a drunken man With marvelous rapidity the enemy have recovered our olllcora arc literally heating their men into some sort of for- Â¬ mation shouting absolutely shrieking with excitement the while The troop- era ris9 in their stirrups and swear well like troopers Then at them again UiIb time they make no mistake but drive the enemy entirely from the field The result they have opened out a way to examine the enemy a dozen miles farther and they will see the in Â¬ fantry of his advanced guard and know to a slight extent what he is doing It is as though they had torn a veil off a womans face or unmasked a villain Hullo I thought I heard some one say cavalry were of no use nowadays well perhaps I was mistaken In half will n day or less our General-iu-chio- f know all about the enemy that we can find out That is to say that he will be fully conversant with his movements at least twenty four hours before he knows anything worth knowing about us Suddenly we hear behind us a rum bling sound wliich grows ever rapidly We turn our heads and there dasbes past us ventro a terre part of the horse ar- Â¬ tillery each horse lashed by its driver into fury over log4 up knolls taking ditches at a leap with the heavy guns bounding behind them The obstacles are such as would make the most dare- Â¬ devil hunter approach with circumspec- Â¬ tion however this h no tune for caution Now they burst through a stiff hedge gun after gun the wagons behind them When they have passed what was a hedge Ih now a plowed and shattered gap a gap filled with weeds of bramble and blackthorn On rushes the whirlwind in its mad career toward a low hill a hundred yards away As they move a faint noise is heard ar away as of a person driving nails iuto a wall It is the enemys ar- Â¬ tillery Immediately following the discharge one of the leaders of a gun bounds mad Â¬ ly forward The gun gains fresh impe Â¬ tus One more mad bound and the horse falls suddenly immovable He is dead His comrade is swung sharply round by the jerk the horses bahlud unable to pull up crash over him their drivers are flung off Iho gun smashes the mass hesitates one moment and slowly cap- Â¬ sizes What was a moment before a team of gallant horses proudly drawing at full swing their warlike load has in a second become a snorting and struggling mass fit only for the crows One horse is killed outright the lefts of two are broken There is a moments silence then a couple of Bharp reports and three horses stand there trembling but alive A fresh team must be obtained and au hours work at repairs lies before the gloomy gunners Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Clothing Tho stock is immenso tho styles the best and tho prices just We tho kind to please tho most economical and closest buyers can fit the long lean and lank as well as tho fat and corpulent You i can save big money by buying your Clothing of Us at 3c Good yard wide Bleached Cotton at 4c Good Towels 3 for 10c Towells 22x36 at 7c i Our Carpet Department Occupies one cntiro floor of our mammoth house and is full of tho very latest productions of tho looms Wo also have an immense lino of tho more staple goodsat prices we know are bound to please you All classes of goods pertaining to house furnishing will be found in this department Shoes Wo havo more money invested in GOOD Shoes than ALL tho other houses in Owensboro combined All made to our order by tho mot noted manufacturers on the continent Flirt and wear- Â¬ I ing qualities guaranteed Wo hope to see all tho readers of the Breckenkidcie News at our great Fair but if you are so unfortunate as not to bo ablo to como Hend u6 your mail orders Wot guarantee satisfaction Millinery Our Millinery Department iB ono of tho chief features of our Wo havo the most artistic and highest priced trim- Â¬ houso Every hat trimmed by then is as p retty as mers in tho State Wo urgently request you to in- Â¬ a picture and surprisingly cheap spect this stock H B PHILLIPS CO OWENSBORO KY PRIMACY AMONG THE NATIONS At tho end of tho fifteenth century at of the discovery of America there were four ereat nations in the world Spain the German Empire or Austria France and England The great- Â¬ est of these was Spain At the begin Â¬ ning of the nineteenth century there were live great nations Frauco Eng land Russia Prussia and Austria Spain had by this time dropped into tt e second class At the end of the nineteenth century there are five great powers England Germany the now German Empire created in 1871 France Russia Austria is apand tho United States parently in process of disintegration and lias comparatively little influence in the worlds affairs Italy which in 1870 real Â¬ ized Cavoura aspiration in securing Its ancient capital of Home and wliich in 1887 was admitted into the triple alliance the other partners being Germany and Austria is staggering under the load of taxation which her armament entails upon iter and is probably destined likw Spain to play henceforth only a minor Two others role among the nations accjuired a world prominence for a time but the time was short and it is so far distant that it is forgotten These coun- Â¬ tries are Portugal and Holland Wealth ordinarily brings power among nations Four hundred years ago a lead Â¬ ing source of wealth among European countries was in trade in the products of China and India which were carried through Western Asia by caravan or by way of the Red Sea and the Mediterranean Both these routes were either through regions occupied by the Turks or were bordered by such regions and the traffic was thus impeded and made costly Other routes to the Indies were sought on this account and the necessity for such routes became more imperative when the Turks captured Constantinople in 1453 Some navigators and traders sought a route by sailing south along the west coast of Africa The Pcrtuguese gave more attention to this particular search than any other people and the interest which Christen Â¬ dom felt in getting a route to the far East which could not be obstructed by Turkish hostility impelled the Pope in 1442 to offer a title to Portugal of all the lauds she should discover winch were not owned by any other Christian nation Columbus then in the service of Spain sought a route by going toward the west acroes the Sea of Darkness as Europe termed the unknown and mysterious ex- pause of ocean which wo call tho Atlan tic and in his voyage in l JO2 ho thought he found it The Bahamas whicli he discovered lie and others thought were part of India or near that continent and hence all the aboriginal inhabitants of the New Yorld were called Indians But Vasco da Uama a Portuguese nav Â¬ igator continuing the cruises along the Afraican coast which his countrymen had bten prosecuting for many years at length discovered a real ocean route to India by doubling the point of the Afri- Â¬ can continent which was soon appropri- Â¬ ately called tho Cape of Good Hope This was in 1408 six years after Colum bus discovery of the western hemis phere But even before DiJGama made this discovery of the eastern route to In Â¬ dia around the western coast of Africa it was deemed necessary to provide before Â¬ hand for possible conflicts in claims to territory by these two countries There fore Pope Alexander VI in 1403 a vearJ after Columbus first voyage to the west side of the Atlantic made an allotment to Spain of all the territory west of a north and south line 100 leagues west of tho Azores and Cape Verde Islands the land to the east o that meridian to be granted to Portugal But Portugal was dissatisfied with tho share of the earth thus allowed her and the line was In 1 104 removed 370 leagues west of those islands This arblUry division had important political consequence for it was with some subsequent discoveries the basis of Portugals claim to Brazil But Spain quickly got so far ahead of the timo Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THE NEW WAY used to think fe male diseases could only bo treated after lo c a i examina Â¬ by physi tion cians Dread of such treatment kept thousands of modest women silent about their suffering The In- Â¬ of troduction Wine of Cardul has now demon Â¬ strated that nine tenths of all tho cases of menstrual disorders do net require a physicians attention at all The simple pure I WOMEN Â¬ Â¬ WSSSM taken In the privacy of a womans own home Insures quick relief and speedy cure Women need not hesitate now VIne of Cardul re Â¬ quires no humiliating examina Â¬ tions for Its adoption It cures any disease that comes under the head of femala troubles disordered menses falling of trva womb whHes change of life It makes women beautiful by making them well It keeps them young by keeping them healthy 4100 at the drug store Per tJro hi cut re ufrlnr Kckl 6jlon feUrtu tlrtnr rroptomj IjuIm Advdory Dnrtmnt tit T OitUoMf MoJlciM Co ChtU Â¬ B00fTtaa W Ih t AsUO Wis V mypri4leaindftRdl4motiMHa UK Gary HI mjh f cardul MtMttitly ta J Portugal that the rivalry between them France Both these countrits early after ended Da Gamas discovery of nn ac- Â¬ Columbus discovery began to question tual atid easily traversed ocean route to the validity of the division by which the India and Columbus failure to reach whole of the New World was to be allot- Â¬ that country though it was supposed ted to Spain aud Portugal John Cabot that he had touched the verge of it made a native of Venice but in the English the eastern or Portuguese route more service discovered the continent near popular than the western for a time yet the Gulf of St Lawrence in 1407 and Spains subsequent discoveries began to was the first white man to see the main Â¬ turn Europes attention more and more land of North America On a subsequent voyage he sailed along the Atlantic to the region west of the Atlantic Columbus landed in South America in 1408 coast from Cape Breton to Albemarie Americus Vespucius found tho north Sound claiming the whole region for England French flshermon in quest of coast of South America in 1400 Ponce de Leon discovered Florida in cod visited the banks of Newfoundland 1513 Bilboa crossed the Isthmus of in 1504 and entered the St Lawrence Darlen in 1513 and was the first Euro Â¬ Jacques Cartier a French navigator in pean to get a glimpse of the Pacific 1533 thinking the St Lawrence Kiver Ocean Magellan in 1518 sailed through was tho longlooked for west or north- Â¬ the straits at the southern end of South west route to India explored it as far as America which bear his name pushed the site of Montreal Sir Francis Drake boldly westward across the Pfclllc pass- Â¬ in 1578 80 sailed around South America ed India reached Spain by wav of the and up the Pacific as far as Oregon The Cape of Good Hope Ele had circum- Â¬ first permanent English settlement on navigated the globe proving that the the American continent was not made earth was round and proving also the until 1007 however when that in Jamcs error of Columbus assumption that there towu Va was established Frances was a short western or southwestern first settlement was mado near Quebec in ocean passage from Europe to India 1008 This was more than 1U0 years These great achievements of Spaniards after Columbus discovery Spain had or of persons in the Spanish service to- Â¬ begun the work of exploration and set Â¬ gether witl Pinedas exploration in tlement nearly a century earlier In the work oi seizing and utilizug the new 1510 of the gulf coast of North America from Florida to Mexico Cortezs landing lauds on which national prestige and in Mexico that year and ids conquest of power were largely dependent Spain ob- -that country Pizarros conquest of Peru j fulfil - n Iatii locwl nun fTnfvlarwl anil wB V ww in 1531 2 and the landing of other Span- Â¬ France Spain had Florida Texas Mex iards around the same lime or soon after- ico California and virtually all of Cen ward in other parts of the continent in tral and South America except Brazil North Central or South America furn Â¬ which Pope Alexandor VI s debarka Â¬ ished Spain a title to most of the new tion line of 1494 and subsequent ex- Â¬ ploration aud settlement gave to the World and gave her a decided among the great nations Portugaese England beginning with That was Spains golden age Between tho tettlement at Jamestown started to 1402 and 1588 Spain was at the height of establish its claim to territory on the her power She had in Hiobu a succes-Â¬ Atlantic coast from Maine to Florida sion of the ablest rulers in iter history while France starting with the Quebec Ferdinand and Isabella who by mar settlement of a year later and the exten Â¬ riago united the crowns of Castile and sion of its explorations westward to the Aragon were the rulers at tho beginning center of the continent and then south- Â¬ of that period Isabella died earlier than ward at length appropriated Canada and Ferdinand and Ferdinands successor the Mississippi Valley European politics had much influence Charles I knownin history as Charles V as he was elected Emperor of Ger Â¬ in determining the time and the charac- Â¬ many under the latter title three years ter of the American colonization and after he became King of Spain He was the rivalries aud conflicts which it incit- Â¬ the ruler of both countries until his ed had frequent a reciprocal effect on abdication in 1550 forty years after he European politics Harder flghta were became King of Spain and thirty seven waged between England and France than years after he became Emperor of Ger- Â¬ botweon either of these aud Spain The many Charles territory was larger in attempts of England or France to dis Â¬ area than Alexanders Trajans Charle possess Spain of the tropical regions It comprised which she had colonized or claimed were inagnes or Victorias about half of Europe and nine tenths of comparatively few The more northerly all the New World which had been ex regions appeared to have greater attrac plored or visited When Scott said that tions fur them and in this field each was the sun never boIb on the immense an tamest and persistent rival of the empire of Charles V he put into con- other Spains tremendous defeat in the cise form an assertion of a very obvious destruction of the invincible armada in physical fart Spain with its domain in 1588 was a staggering blow to Spanish Europe and America constituted by far power in Furope but it did not mater Â¬ the larger aud more important part o ially diminish the extent of Soalua d this empire At Charles abdication he main in America In fact Spain held gave the imperial crown to his brother on to most of its territory in America and tho sovereignty over until early In the present century On FerJiuand Spain the Netherlands and other of his the other hand Frances defeat in the hereditary possessions in Europe as well seven years war 1750 63 which raged as of all Ids realm iu America he con- in Europe Asia and America drove ferred on his son Phillip II Pnillip France off tho mainland of the New ruled from 1650 until 1508 Until 1588 World gave Canada and that part of he was the moat powerful and conspicu- Â¬ Louisiana territory between the Alle ous of Europes monarchs The year ghenles aud the Mississippi to Euglaud 1583 was the year of the defeat of and wai the cause of the transfer of the Phillips invincible armada by the Brit Â¬ part of taulsiana west of tho Mississippi ish From the discovery of America In to tipalu 1402 to the defeat of the armada Spain Tills war with its disastrous effects on Fraucn In Asia as well as iu America was tho mightiest of the worlds nations Her decline and fall began when Drake wrested from France the primacy among Howard and the rest of Elizabeths sea nations which Spain held from the days fighters destroyed most of his fleet and of Ferdinand aud Isabella on to the end defeated forever all Spains chances to oftboreigu of Philip II but which Invade England With the defeat of the France had most of the time before Phil Â¬ armada Spains decline and fall began lips eath la 1500 and the close of the Spains decline however which dates war of 1760 03 France bad a succession from the latter part of Phillip IIs reign of highly capable rulers Henry IV did not mean Englands Immediate rise Itichvlieu who was the real head of the England through her defeat of the In statu In Louis XHIs time Mawrla vincible armada did much to bring Louis XIVs great Premier and Louis Spains head low among the aatioB but himself after Mazarlns death la this there was another country which had to period and they mads their ifluBoe betakes into the account This was felt Iu the worlds affairs When Philip I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ V of the house of Bourbon went to tho Spanish throne the Bourbon Louis XIV of France well said There are no long Â¬ Uuder this degener Â¬ er any Pyrenees ate successor of Ferdinand the first Char- Â¬ les and the great Philip Spain became a feeble echo of France But Frances star began to wane in the reign of Louis XV 1715 74 the great monarchs successor and iu 1703 the scepter of supremacy passed to England From 17 3 onward to the end of the war of American inde pendence in 1781 Englauds influence in Europe was supreme but at the close of that war in which France for four yearn bad been an ally of America France re-Â¬ covered most other lost prestige and she regained all o it in Bonapartes days in the score of yars ending with 1815 though she lost somo of it at Bonapartes overthrow in that year and England made a corresponding gain But France and England were not tho only nations which between the decline of Spain nt the defeat of the Armada in 1588 and the battle of Waterloo 1815 ox erclsed a commanding influence in the worlds affairs Little Holland for n time filled a large place in history This was in the two thirds of a century be tween the recognition of the indepen Â¬ dence of that country by Philip II in 1G00 and its invrsion by Fance in 1071 iu the war in which the England of Charles II was Frances ally For a considerable part of this time the Dutch were the ocean carriers of the worlds trade and the Dutch navy was victor- Â¬ ious in many sea fights which temporari- Â¬ ly changed the current of history Prus- Â¬ sia also small at the time got a place among the great nations through the ability of Frederick the Great In the sev Â¬ en years war 1750 1763 which was participated in by most of the important countries of Europe Prussia expanding through the successive partitions of Po Â¬ land the acquisition of part of Saxony the Rhinelaud Swedish Pomerania and her conquests in the war against Austria in 180C remained a great power from Fredericks time until 1871 when it was merged In the new German Empire ot which it forms the dominant part Rus Â¬ sia which did not begin to fiftiro In the list ol civilized status until the days of Peter the Great had grown to such an extent in power and Influence early iu this century that Bonaparte iu the treaty of Tilsit in 1807 proposed to tho Cz Alexander I that the Turkish Empire should be divided up between France and Russia iu disregard of the wishes of the rest of the world To the list as existing at the beginning of the century of the great nations of the world France England Russia Prussia and Austria anothor name was added two years before the centurys first uuar ter was finished This was the United States The United States took a Up toward continental proper proportions in 1603 when by the pur chase of Louisiana it extended its boun Â¬ daries from the Mississippi to the Uocky Mountains and it made another step In 1821 when it acquired Florida and all the territory on the nothern border of the Gulf of Mexico When however through the wurning of President Mon Â¬ roe in 1823 it defeated the conspiracy of the Holy Alliance Russia Prussia Austria and Burbon France to re Â¬ establish Spanish or other European sway In Central and South America It asserted a primacy In the affairs of the American contiuent which the rest of the nations were bound to respect By successive additions to territory and population subaeqently its continental pre eminence grew and In 1808 partly through events which could not have been foreseen at the beginning of the year which places Asiatic torritory In Its hands and partly through the opera Â¬ tion of social factors which would have brought expansion in any ease the United States drops Its isolation role a ad become a reeognUad force la the worlds polities OIIAKSl- - HARVEY Â¬ Â¬ Some Of tho best bargains over offered the public can be found al Witts Store For instance ho is selling MenB Socks for 5c Ladies Hoso So Sido Meat 7Jc pound 17 lbs Granulated Sugar for 100 New Goods havo been received and tho stock of Mens Ladies and Childrens Underwear in suits and pieces cannot bo beaten Tho All kinds of stock of Umbrellas and Gloves is most extensive Gloves heavy buck for fall work of all kinds and tho lighter kind for driving and protection from the weather Notions Of every description A bargain in this lino is tho Ladios Toilet Companion It is a case that contains Hat Pins Shawl Pins Darning and Sewing Needles made of the best material Tho usual prico on tho case is 25 cents but Witt sell them at 10 cents Then theres Handkerchiefs and the finest lino of Neckwear ever brought to town at Witts a largo lino of Drugs and Family Groceries Mr Witt has put prices op his goods that beats every other person in town Ho wantB trade and ho is giving prices that will draw it Can bo found When you arrivo in Hardinsburg Go to his store It will bo to your intorest You will save money Dollars and Dimes Count up in buying Groceries and Dry Goods In both lines we are prepared with the stook and prices sure to make it an object to you to como to our store Save 10 cents on every dollar by J 100 iQ t t Ttatronizincr iiitu miibn 90 urwrn t iwc i en KY OUBTKK MMtaMMMMMMMta SM Headquarters I COME TO TWENTY YGARS AGO Tho News In Cloverport and Brecken ridge County Eugono Haynos was in tho mounmont busluefls Simply Wonderful m Fordsvillo 3b tho only town in tho county that has railroivd compo F L Roff was proprietor of tho Clover tition This id a great advantago especially when goods nre bought in port hotel ikrgd quantities Vo are buying nearly everything in car loads Wo Cloverport was preparing for a local Conio got very cheap freight rates as prices below cortaimy indicate option election give us n trial and wo aro suro to make a regular customer of you Our The Nkwb was for Hon J Proctor motto is Quick Sales Small Profits and Cash to Everybody THE 8S 5 T-- DAVIESS COUNTY FAIR Xirr V K Dry Goods Kc Oil Cloth Miscellaneous ite oc 4c Calltoes TJie rcrf best Beit Table Good Bed Ticking for AJbearjr ich 4 HUnket each tFltjnneis 10c yard and up 10c jaril and up tje up Check Col ion 4c yard and up Whirling Colton 40 yard anil up Floor Oil Cloth toe yatd and up aatoal1iiincl4canland Dress Goods and Trimmings kCahnere io yard and up All Wool filack Goods plain and fancy op Beit quality of Indira Clothe 50c -- Lake Salt coarae or ft 00 Best Cement 100 t Hest Lime 1 Beat Heavy Bacon i Beat Strip Bacon 07 Beat Soda per lb 10 Real Good Oteen Coffee 1 to All Package Coffee 1 00 Good alio Pantl Door Windowa 60c and up Nn 0 Blk wife Si jr j tj auai auvance lor ainaucr sites anu tor uaivan Clover Seed 3 40 imoiny 4140 lterdagrasa 4jc We handle the Vulcan chill and Ilellmans Urie Steel Plows and repairs A hill line of heatinf and Cook Stoves and hundreds of other things that we cannot mention here iheij ii hid jltonriettafttyard and up TAIL Wool Serves ac vard and nn je and ua A Brest variety ol Suitings In lateat atytea 50 nu up Wc have the latest novettlea in llralds Silk and velvet 1 rimminss We alao have an experienced dress maker with Furniture Furniture Just jot A Rood panel Bedi ro Nice Maple Beda Jii1 and up Nice Oak Beds i 75 hnd up Nice Bureau lor J 00 Elegant Dressers f r J600 Oak Chamber Suitsi J 75 1400 and I15no Nice Solas for 10 XI ami up In big car load Millinery and Oloaks We have had long experience in thle line and we believe we can auit the wauti of the ladiea to a dot Sailors 35c and up llaU 5C and u Jackets ft and up Capes 48c and up j etc Cheaper than the Che ape tt buaiia a MVin uita uiuiuuts tnniuraiv Shoes Shoes Clothing Yes Overcoats r i Higgest atock in the county Brat button school shoes uc 64C and 79c Ladles heavy every day shoe 7SC and up Mens heavy every day shoes 91c and tip Lidies fine shoes 08c and up Urns fine shoes oSc and up Menaheavy boota 1 115 worth 17J Hats and Caps of all Kinds neea a ran suit wvercoai iaHimere jeans or Overall pants dont fall to see ours and you will see that it l uaelesa to look any larther as we beat thtmallalike All our Pants and ifood many of Suits are manufactured by the Father of one of our firm and this enables us 10 make lower pricei than other merchants can In fact nur entire line is bought aoprcnt Cheaper than other merchants buy them Look at our ft 4S Mackintoshis The we handle Clothlnz and lot of It too II you price we put on clothing Is what moves it Knott for congress Hon Alexander II Stephens wan suff ering from hemorrhages Messrs A A Lalloist and A A Sim- Â¬ ons opened a lin nhop at Lewlaport Ky Frniro Millor and Bowmer Ham bleton Wbre then leading merchants aud advertisers Frank Fralze was agent and collected money to aid the yellow fuvor sufferers of the South Hon David K Murray was then editor of the BkkckknuiixikNkws The Meade county Record called him Rev D R Murray The Grey Eagle Morning Star Jas Guthrie were tho passenger mall and express boats for the Louisville Hen derson packet company Lewis Moormans funeral took place Sunday Sept 22nd The sermon was preached by Rev A J Miller A panic nas created by Mr Moormans sicknesj It was thought he had yellow fever The BiticKKNitiDOi News kicked as hard tor good roads then as it does to day Twenty years ago it advocated fixing up street crossings in the city and also pleaded for a turnpike from here to Falls of Rough Â¬ -- iVSZVJJ BV Wv OWENSBORO KY J YdVU VNYi Y July 3 1894 MRSAvhlAMDft Stockton N Dr M M Fbnnbr Fredonia N Y Dear Sir I had hip disease caused by rheumatism so bad that I OCT 4 a3 could not step on my left foot for about two years I lost my appetite and flesh and be-Â¬ came nervous and restless Had been treated by physicians without benefit I was advised to try your Kidney and Backache Cure and the result of its use was simply wonderful After taking the first bottle I was so far relieved that I was able to walk without a crutch tho pain left me and my strength returned CHARLES O MARTIN Prescription Pharmacist Nest door above layne A 7 S 98 SPECIAL RATES ON THE RAILROADS One Fare for the Round Trip from all Stations along the L H St L Railroad Special Trains will be run from Fordsville to Owensboro and from West Point to Owensboro Dr Cos Cloverport UNJUST TAXATION Local Druggists Do Not Believe Stamp Tax In The To Cure Constipation forever Take Cascurota Candy Cathartic 10a or So It C C C fall to euro druggists refund money FREAK OF NATURE An Immense Radish Formed A Child Very Respectfully WILSONJONES Successors to Wilson Co Exactly Like FORDSVILLE Breckenridge WEDNESDAY OCT - KENTUCKY WILL RAISE FROGS News 6 1898 An Enterprising Dukes Farmer lize a Pond Will Uti- Â¬ Building a House John Duke conducts a post office store Phil Petit Is building a two story dwell- Â¬ ing house at Rome Ind It will be quite blacksmith shop saw mill aud farm at an attractive residence and will be a Dukes cross roads about four miles from town He is a very busy man but his credit to the town interests are not so extensive that they Dr Ball Cough Syrup conquers will prevent him from going into a new croup at once cures the child and thus saves many venture a life Mothers need Lot fear that dreadful disease On his farm he has four and one half li they have this reliable remedy at hand It Is acres of land that is partially ovei flowed sold by all druggests tor a5 cents by water seeping from springs tho year round This tract could easily be trans- Â¬ Hand Mashed formed into a poud and it is Mr Dukes While he waa at work lifting heavy intention to flood the place When this Wednesday is done he will stock it with green frogs timbers near Irvingtoa Lee Reese ajneber of the bridge gang and will erect a wire netting fence about had bia left hand badly mashed by a tho place to hold them captives heavy piece of lumber falling on it He He will feed them regularly and in the will be disabled from work for some course of a year or so he hops to be in a days position to furnish the Louisville market with doxens of saddles of home raised You invite disappointment when you frogs daily experiment De Witts Little Early Risers are pleasant easy thorough little pills DeWitta Witch Hazel Halvn has the They cure constipation and sick head largest sale of any Salve In tho world acho just as pure as you take them This fact and its merit has led dishonest Short Haynes people to attempt to counterfeit it Look out for the man who attempts to deceive A Klondike you when you call for DeWitts Witch Col John Bterett thirty years ago run Hazel Salve the great pile cure Short off from home to keep his grand father Haynes from giving him a hill farm but he had Now he sits on his front porch to take it LIFE GERM PRESERVED and sees hundreds ot cars loaded with gravel leave it every day Its a Klon Â¬ Hanoook Fanner Raises Cora From Seed dike Hawmille Plain Dealer 2000 Years Old An Enterprising Firm J 11 Weatherholt who lives in the We call the attention of our readers this week to the advertisement of Wilson Midway neighborhood Hancock county A Jones Fordsvillo They quote prices was in the city Friday He brought with that will be a largo source of profit to him four ears of corn that were raised their patrons This firm is an enterpris Â¬ from seed taken from an Indian mound ing one and their splendid reputation that archaeologists say ia 2000 years old for honesty makes every statement they The ears of corn are unusually large and utter reliable It will profit you to read weigh more than the corn of today The kernels are a peculiar color of burned every item of the advertisement brown and look as though they bad been parched by Are One ear was a rich red ThsntpwB WmsIs Nuptial Mr John P Thompson mate on the color It is a peculiarity that the red Steamer Sunshine was united in marri Â¬ and brown ears will grow on the same age yesterday morning to Miss Zella stalk The corn niakos splendid meal the Woods at the home of a cousin of the bride M II Connor 505 Upper Fifth kernels being flinty and their pith un- Â¬ street The bride is an attractive young usually white Mr Weatherholt planted woman and has many friends in the city only a small quantity of the seed but who will Join in extending congratul- Â¬ from indications this corn would yield ation The couple will reside at New 75 bushels to the acre The corn is now on exhibition at Fishers drug store port Ky Evansvilla News Every freakish mineral vegetable or animal formation found in Breckenridge county naturally gravitates to the mu seum connected with A R Fishers drug store in this cty Ou Thursday of last week Mr Fisher added to his wealth of curiosities a vegetable monstrosity that is truly wonder- Â¬ ful The freak is a giant radish that waa raised In the Gluudeane neighborhood It weighs about two pounds aud in shape is the exact reproduction of an infant Tho resemblance of tho vegetable freak ton child is startling It looks liko a Tne head neck baby sitting upright arms trunk and legs are perfectly formed and are in natural positions The ridge dowu the back to the base of the spine is very realistic The arms aro off ehoota from the trunk of the vegetable and ter Â¬ minate in small bulb like roots that an- Â¬ swer perfectly for hands aud fingers Mr Fisher has placed the freulc in a glass jar with a chemical solution that will preserve it A great many people go to see the curiosity dally Â¬ Â¬ According to the views of a prominent the retail druggists of this county aro doing nioro than their share toward supporting this govern- Â¬ ment Thoy clam that they have bceuBingled out for the sole mirpose of making them the victims of the war tax On each proprietory article they sell is affixed a stamp The retailerhad to provide himself with stamps to put on all artlclo subject to the revenue tax that he had in stock when the law wont Into ef Â¬ fect Tills caused a large cut in profits Now to make matters worse the own- Â¬ ers of proprietory medicines have ad- Â¬ vanced their prices enormously the rise being more than sufficient to cover tho cost of stamps As the articles have a set price the druggist cau not charge the tax up against the consumer He must pay it out of hia own pocket The druggists are now beginning to kick They believe that the manufac- Â¬ turers of canned condiments pickles relishes and prepared foods should bear a share of the burden They are of the opinion that the grocer should be as much subject to taxation as they All of them believe that what is sauce for tliHgooso is sauce for the gander Tne dissatisfaction that is expressed among local druggistB is but an echo of the cry that is being raised all over the couutry by pharmacists It may lead to an organization of druggists and the for- Â¬ mation ol a lobbying committee to work ou Congresd to abate tiie burden local pharmacist Â¬ J IT HICKMAN President J W CARTER Secretary Save Tour Life ZZ or two of Foleys Honey and Tar will prevent an attack of pneumo- Â¬ nia grip or flovero cold if taken in time Cures coughs colds croups LaGrippo hoarseness difficult breathing whoop- Â¬ ing cough incipient consumption asth Â¬ ma or I ronchitls Gives positive relief in advance stages of consumption asth Â¬ AR ma or bronchitis Guaranteed R A Shollman Fisher Cloverport Stephensport Gordon Haynes Pates ville E A Witt Hardinshurg A dose It May YOU WILL FIND Dicks Brands of Flour are Had Appendicitis Frank Clark a prominent resident oj the Midway neighborhood in Hancock county was successfully operated upon for appendicitis in tho hospital at Louh ville last week He is rapidly recover- Â¬ ing Hrestt with you wbsther yon continue tbfBJBM lubscro nrklllluz desire forhabit NU TUIIACX BsH tobocg removes tni BBH 17 t1 lifiii ej x MBSBBH Bobbed the Crave A Btartling incident of which Mr John Oliver ol Philadelphia was the subject is narrated by him as follows I was in a most dreadful condition My skin was almost yellow eyes sunken tongUH coated pain continually in hack and sides no appetite gradually grow ing weaker day by day Three physi Â¬ cians had given me up Fortunately a friond advised trying Electric Bitters and to my great joy and surprise the first bottle made a decided improvement I continued their use for three weeks and am now a well mau I know they saved my life and robbed the grave of another victim No one should fail to try them Only 50 cents per bottle at Short Haynes Drug Store Â¬ medicine for sore throat laryngitis quinsy or ton silitls Every drop of it soothes and heals A twcityfivecent bottle of this wonderful remedy will cure a cough or cold In one day Dr Bulls Cough Symp is the best oulnervouailutrcMsiittlsiilco 1 Is tine purifies tbe blood x botes stores lost manboodJr Tsa B I I fK 1 JLB sold tQO000 makes tou I SaMAeaseseurcU Uuy InbeettbnervevBJ ndpKke-d-fown drurirlstwbo fls ieVwmTouchfurasTakeUwItb Ca gjeal mL I HPsawUlpatlentlyperslitently One bos SI mually cureei S boles tt to BBaa HBf 1 rnaraaleed to cure or we refund money BmZ SttrUllinlCeCaUieMtlrealIIert lSfi stroorfl Tjour rviff HbTflrpsTT va Ul 1 S va Llw 125 BwUilliiisPHi y V vm 0vsVttve n Cd Marvels of a Oraphopbone One of tho wonders of tho end of the century is tho home Graphophone that will reproduce any kind of music or any inn I it mmm m FROST ON THE TENTH sound Oue can arrange a full program of the most attractive band orchestral or vocal music and vary it every evening On the Graphophone one can record the human voice or any sound and reproduce It at once You can keep the voices of your friends to be heard whenever you wish Graphophones made for home entertainment can be bought as low as 10 Write for catalogue 0 to the Columbia Piionooravii Co No Oil Pennsylvania Ave Washington D O Yeakels Great CSN5 SALE We are Closing Out Goods Must Go 50 pea Calico worth 5c at 3c 10 pes Bluo Cottonado worth 15o at 9c 1 box sjimplo Slippers and Shoos at 49c Bet Window Shades 10c each Good Bleached Cotton at 5c Ladies Corsets worth 50o o mmm Our Navy wheat No CD and Dicks Best brands are made absolutely of adulteration I Honest Flour at an Honest Price Made in Breckenridge county in the best mill in tho county prices Send ordors to Write for October Will Bring a Severe Dash of Early Winter Hicks predicts some rough weather for October He says the opening days of the month will bring more or less reaction from the high barometer and changd to cooler which followed the closing storms jn September Cool days and frost at night in tho north are probablo about 8th to 10th From about the 17th to the 20th look for heavy rains hall thunder wind anu possibly tornadoea southward A high barometer will rush down from the northwest causing sleet and snow on the northwest tangent and winding up over much ot the country with a vory severe dash of early winter A general cold wavo will end this period being quite sharp northward and bring Â¬ ing the temperature down to frost line quite far into the southern states Very marked storm conditions will appear to the west about the 29th and as these conditions move eastward during the 30th and 31et heavy autumnal storms will touch most sections ot the country Â¬ DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Cures Piles Scalds Uurns FELL OVERBOARD Engineer Joseph Williams In Qreen River Drowned DANIEL DICK Miller and Wheat Buyer f the Joseph Williams engineer steamer Park City and son of Capt R T Williams fell overboard below Blrk City on Green River last Wednesday night and was drowned An unsuccess ful search was made for the body The deceased waa the brother of Mrs C H Watllngton of Stephensport The news of the tragedy was a great shock to her She has the sympathy of the entire com- Â¬ munity Â¬ ADDISON JUST LIKE HELL FIRE A Alan has Safety KY Comfort at 25c ReranantH Silks at your own prico Ladies Vests at 4o Boys Vests at 8o Ladies Hoso 10c quality at 5c 10c 15c Invented a Fire That be Quenched by Water Cant Louisville and Mil Dtwtn and 20c Organdies The Sun may ahtne brightly and the birds may stag their sweetest songs but if your stomach Is not right there is no happi Â¬ ness for you Keep a bottle of Dr Cald wells Syrup Pepsin in the house and use it according to directions and the sun asd birds will not shine and sing in vain Casfttipatlon and indlgealioa cured Xrial aiss 10c 10 doses and in 60c aad 100 bottles Of Cbu 0 Martin Will Prwecute Weak lyes Are Vade Strong dim vision made clear styea removed and granulated lids or sore eyes ot any kind speedily and effectually cured by the use of Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve IU put up in tubes aud sold on a guarantee by all good druggists A Mild Winter The Danville Advocate says J L Wobb oi Herryvllle who predicted an open winter gives the following reasons for the faith within him He says that he has noticed for thirty years that when Â¬ ever the corn shuck was open aud thin the winter following waa mild He finds the corn shuck extremely light this year and therefore predicts Bucklens Arnica Salve Tub Bbbt Salvb in the world for Cuts Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fe Â¬ ver Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chil blains Corns and all Skin Eruptions and poetlvely cures Piles or no pay re- Â¬ quired It la guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refuuded Price 25 cents per box For sale by Short Haynes Â¬ at 5c Corsotsworth 100 our prico 49o Best Jeans Pants 49c 80 Mens all wool filling suits worth 7 at 8398 Samplo Hats at your own 10 doz Century A new and highly important Invention was tested at the Germun naval maneu Â¬ vers ending this week It was in the shape of a Qreek Phoenician lire invent ed by a Berlin engineer It ignites on contact with the air or water and can not be quenched by either water or earth It burns with a brilliant lame exceed Â¬ ing big searchlights and it cau be sunk Packet Line Fait Mall Lint Louisville and Evansville STEAMERS The Eagle King of All Birds la noted for Its keen sight clear and dis- Â¬ tinct vision So are those persona who use Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve for weak eyes styes sore eyes of any kind or granulated lids Sold by all dealers at 25 cento pneo f UracWtuidge county possesses some of tip beatapormen in Kentucky They aw gentlemen and believe in getting af Â¬ ter Raise hogs with a sharp stick It has eose the ears of some of the most prwtliMert among them that certain parti are preparing to shoot quail out Wo Griping-- or Paws of iaaaoa The sportsmen will keep a ArrowBinith 111 Jan 21 1897 sharp lookout far violation of the game Dear Sirs I have been bothered for law ami threaten to prosecute all offend 15 years with coaatlpatios aBd I have m WyUJthereia BoorgBlxitioa per tried away preparations during that time fottod there is aa HMBlmity of senti I oomtnenoed aamg Dr Caldwells k SMMsi that will eaate thow al to work Syrup Pepala la the fall of 1896 aad ua i haaitaUagly say it la the boot remedy I 4 y trouble No hav ovr mh4 far sat T 9 aV- - sm w grlpW or palM after taking 4 Wk Hear Yews at An Exchange is no losger any doubt but that There he Cumberland Telephone Company will build a line from Owensboro to this city The poles have already been con- Â¬ tracted for and tha wof k of erecting the line will be started in the near futuraf It ia ruHiored that the Cumberland ootu pauy will eetabllah a local exchange here and will furnish boxes to business houses aad private residences for a low roatal When you call for DeWitta Witch Hasel Salve the groat pile euro dont accept anything alee Dont be talked aahotHnte tor pUea for intoAceeptiag oros feV A Oood Citizen Clarence Keith left Tuesday for Clov- rt to take charge of his fathers mar ie shop but will be back in a week or so to finish up some work here Clar Â¬ ence has proven himslf a good citizen while located here as well as a first class marble man Whllo we regret to lose him aa a citizen ot Leltchfleld we cer tainly wIbIi him a prosperous business at Leitcbfleld Grayson fete old home Garotte Groceries 20 lbs nico Sugar 81 00 10 bars St LouiB Soap at 25c Good Coal Oil lOo per gal GoodGroen Coffee 3 lbs for 25o under water or underground and when brought to the surface instantly burst in to flame at any desired point It was tested during the nint evolutions off the Wand of Heligoland and off Kiel and proved mo3t eiliclent in detecting the presence of the enemy Â¬ E F M G RAGON W A Bishop Itjan Matter Pnrnr TARASCON P L Penny MaiUr L T Conner One Minute Cough Cure cures That l Purer what It waa mad for TELL CITY X o II my ojjtjuiauy IS K 11 2 Ballard Matter W B Nwbll Punw BIQ GUT IN ALL DEPARTMENTS Geo HORSE -- SHOEING But I can do all kinds of P D STAGGS BLACKSMITHING WAGON MAKING AND CASTOR I A far IaiaaU aad OMldrea TM Mel I i Co 1ll - KM m Hm Always ltM Brandenburg Ky GENERAL REPAIRING in tip top stylo I guarantee all my work When you need anything in my lino consult mo Beara the Qhaav O MarWa dnmUt brM ehH HayaetC gigaatareel Ztflh ryrayvii VTSTT TTS WILL PAUL XnrBfc teB t J Dally oxept Saturday between toulirllle and New Amsterdam Freight shipped by this line dallTered quick Â¬ er than by rati TraTeleri will Ind the tUaaaan art passed In ejlpBnat and acoen4Uots ThebesA ealhtar are m aad botiena U equal a tfcat oi MtY beet hotel Oeneral Tt aad ITS Arease eyJo4 eei ooe Baa LoaUTiH KPKMHJ O V Wii WWHITE Xt 2 mm rwi TPA Owambwo Ky THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D AND V O B ABB AGE WEDNESDAY Editors and Proprietors DROWNING ACCIDENT Joseph Williams a Former Breck enridge Bojj OCTOBER 5 1893 Coughs That Hill sro not distinguished by any mark or Bign from coughs that fail to bo fatal Any cough neglected may Bap tho strength and undermine tho health until recovory is impossiblo All coughs lead to lung troublo if not stopped Swim up-to-da- te In the EIGHT RAGES A PATRIOTIC BODY Bbkckeniudoe county lifla its hat to the Louisville Board of Trado 1 It do so because it appreciates tho public spirit of that body Loses The Board of Trade is composed of soino of Louisvilles best citi- Â¬ 1A WO Life in the His Hundred - - zens and leading business men fc Thoy realize that to secure tho largest growth for their city they V must promoto a code of civic morals that will bring about a reign of Two and Jairnesa in the conduct of municipal affairs Used to Tho Board of Trado had heard that the Louisville Board of Public Works had unjustly discriminated against Kentucky rock asphalt Thoy inquired into tho facts in the case They learned that tho Board of Jospph Williams Into chief onglneor Public Works had rofused to entertain propositions to use Kentucky of Kir Park City was accidently drownrock asphalt on the streets of Louisvillo alleging that the asphalt was ed off the boat last Wednesday at midnight near Iiirk City Ky on Green an inferior product To determine whether tho Board was right or not tho Board of rivet Trado appointed a committeo of its members to investigate the merits of The Paik City is one of tho boats of the Evansville Bowling Green Packet Kontucky rock asphalt as a paving material The results of the investigation were made public in a set of reso- Co Joe was chief engineer and his lutions addressed to the Board of Public Works father was captlan The resolutions set forth thct tho committee appointed by tho Tho boat left Eyausvllle Iud on Wed had found that in every city where Kentucky nesday afternoon on her regular trip to Louisvillo Board of Trade rock asphalt had been used as a paving material the streets constructed Bowling Green Ky Captain Williams had been in the en of that product were better lasted longer and required less repairs gino room a short time before the acci than streets made of any other kind of asphalt The dent talking to his son He said the Kentucky rock asphalt is a Breckenridge county product people of this county felt that their material had not been given a fair latter seemed to be in good spirits and trial by the Louisville Board of Public Works They have felt all spoke of the beautiful evening along that tho discrimination by the Board against tho product of It was very warm in the engino room Â¬ unjust They knew that if a fair im and when his father left he said he Breckenridge county mines was partial comparison was made between it and other asphalts the result would go out on the guards to cool off and was seen sitting on a little bench wonld be favorable to the Breckenridge material The finding of the investigating committee of the Board of Trade about 10 minutes beforo he was missed vindicates them and Breckenridge county is grateful to that body It The bench was turned over and it is supfeels assured that so patriotic and public spirited an organization hav posed he slipped and fell into the river ing taken this much interest will continue its good work until it will by for the guards were wet and slippery creating an irresistible public opinion compel the Board of Public from the water from the wheel His father Will Williams was pilot Works to accord to the Kentucky rook asphalt companies tho same privileges in competition that it does to tho Barber Asphalt Company and when he rang the stopping bell to laud at Birk City there and its numerous aliases We fuel sure that the Louisville Board of Trade will prove an in was no response The boat kept moving strument that will save tho tax payers of Louisville thousands of dol- Â¬ on and an investigation disclosed the fact that the engineer was missing A lars in the cost of asphalt street construction tho attention of the body to the recent bid of a Kentucky search for him was made but ho could Wo call asphalt company that was declared informal by the Board of Public not be found they turned the boat back The bid was one that secured Louisville against any loss and run slow whistling every few min Works whatever guaranteed an asphalt pavement that would equal if not excel utes They threw their search lights ou any other and would give the property owners abutting on the thorough- Â¬ both sides of the river thinking he might fares to be improved asphalt streets that would cost twenty per cent be found loss than those of the next lowest bidder After four hours of search the Park Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Treacherous Waters of Green Biyer f Agers Ckerrg Pectwal Circs cwps Fifty Pounds of Dynamite Recover nisBody and dear to him and offered them to the Great Comforter who would heal the broken hearts The service was very impressive Pall bearers were engineers and near frionds of the deceased Pall bearora were Albert Hickman the MKy wife was Buffering from s dreadful We did not expect that she wonld cough long survive but Mr U V Royal deputy surveyor happened to be stopping with us over night and having a bottle of Ayeri Cherry Pectoral with him induced my wife to The result was so beneficial try this remedy that she kept on taking it till she was cured It 8 HUMPHRIES Saussy Go My little daughter was taken with a disÂ¬ tressing cough which for threo years defied all the remedies I tried At length on the urgent recommendation of a friend I began to give her Ayers Cherry Pectoral After using one bottle I found to ray groat sur Â¬ Three bottles prise that sho was Improving completely cured her is said of people who and nre are recognized wherever they go for their correct knowledges of life and living People in the swim are the people who wear SELZ SHOES because they are posted on what is best for their feet There are lots of such people for aa 2i5598i7 pairs of SELZ shoes were made last year alone In offering you these shoes we declare them the best in the world for the money no matter whether the price is 150 or 500 Silz oft SMMS tatt roe b Silz Shut MkerHrfHtglii1 Tray Salesman Wrought Iron Range Co St Louis Mo J A GRAY ranging in price from We are strictly in the SWIM on Pantaloons departeds most devoted friend Willie Fisher who was his assistant at the time he met death Fred Peterheim John Jack Harry Kirkbright and John J Thomas They tenderly bore tho flower laden casket to the hearse and when the sad cortege reached Oak Hill cemetery Aprs 100 to 450 And good fitting ones too TRY US Cherry Pectoral is put up in half eixo bottles at half price 50 cents THEFAIR Cloverports Leading One Price House they again lifted the casket in their struck beneath the eye with a ball strong arms to the vault where it will which very much disfigured his looks and Jesso Mattingly carried off a bruised remain till a aultable lot can be purchas finger was the only mishaps of the even lug ed I offer through the Nkws my heartiest The funeral was largely attended by congratulations to Mr Marcus Mattingly friends and river men who knew Joe and his bonnie bride Miss Etta well and resppcted him The men of Sheeran of Kirk who were recently married aud whom with all my heart I the river will not soon see the kind face wish a long and happy future of Joe Williams fade from their memory Captain Williams spoke kindly of the citiz us of Birk City and community who aided him and his sons so ma- Â¬ terially in recovering the body Captain R T were Williams and family formerly of Stephensport Ky where he aud his aons ran the Steamer Maggie Belle from Stephensport to Tell City Ten years ago ho removed with his and since has operated different boats in the Green River trade He and his son Thomas A Williams are stock holders in Evansville and Bow ling Green Packet Co that own three cent City and Steamer standing at Calhoun family to Evansville Iud Â¬ boats Steamer Park City Steamer Cres- Â¬ 1J7L T EXPAXSIOX MJCAXS 1 of Attorney General Kxtract From the Ilrljajt ofNew Jersey deliteicd at Trenton last li week i to the heights the genius of American liberty points to a future preg nant with prodigious good to all man kind to fresh fluids for the extension of American trade and commerce new op enings for the investment of American capital wider scope for the active ener- Â¬ gies of American young men to more frequent glimpses of the American flag merchant to voyagers over the oceans shipping multiplied manifold in the har- Â¬ with a navy large bors of the world enough aud strong enough to enforce our just demands and the rights of American citizens as promptly and effi Â¬ ciently as Dewey enforced tho views of the Government in Manila Bay an army large enough to serve the reason able requirements oi Uuuuuou oi peo pie without putting the Administration to the risk of quick and terrible disaster in case of Buddeti war the maintenance of our foreign diplomatic service upon a footing commensurate with our power and importance so that it will no longer be necessary to seek for Ambassadors and Ministers among those only who are blessed with private income sufficient to maintain a prouer establishment abroad without regard to the salary attached to the office The country demands now a branch of statesmanship new to Americans the proper method and measures for the con- Â¬ trol and government of colonial depen- Â¬ dence sand the adjustment of colonial interests and a Hairs to the interests of the home Government a field wherein partisan uolltics should not easily bo allowed to enter but where broad and en lightened State policy may have full scope to work out platiB whereby all the blessings of essential liberty and twentieth-century civlllx ition may be assured to tho people that are to be under our paternal care and reciprocal benefits may be obtained for our own country men These new duties and new relations will add fresh dignity to American citizenship will raise the senso of official and political obligation as they increase responsibility They will take the peo Â¬ ple out of the treadmill rounds of do Â¬ mestic politics where issues are too often artificial and transient New thoughts new questions new fields tresh hopes broader views wider influences all these will come as well as troubles and Lift up your eyes where glory crowned Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ disappointments and temporary failures and discouragements which will but serve to call forth renewed energy and effort until they are finally overcome This has been a year unequalled for progress and accomplishment The hand of man has not fashioned nor his eye foreseen the work that has been wrought Call it fate the progress of events Providence God what you will it has been a leading upward and on the drawing forward by irresistible im pulses of this people to a place at the front of the world To Capt Gridley at his post on the deck of the flagship Olympla on that memorable May morning came the quiet word of command as Dewey said You may begin firing Gridley The g ins that responded sent forth death and destruction but in the light of their flashes was revealed a new hope aud a better life for millions for whom theretofore the sun of liberty and civilization has never shown except through the murky ciouusol semt barbarism and supersti Â¬ Â¬ City continued on to Bowling Green Ky as they had a big trip of freight and a cabin full of passengers liams and J 0 Kerr in good The deceased was a Mason Capt Wil Â¬ sons with assistants and skiffs after- Â¬ kept up the search till Thursday noon Ky he was bo thoughtful of his home and carried a life insurance in his mothers name Among those who attended from abroad were Capt Williams two brothers Kelson Williams wife and son of Prince- Â¬ ton Ind Captain Joseph Williams daughter and son of Woodbury Ky Mrs O H Watlington of Stephensport Ky sister of the deceased Mrs E D Legler another sister of the deceased residing at Myrtle Miss could not at- Â¬ They went to Evansville on Steam- Â¬ er Crescent City aud chartered Steamer Royal PieSrce with a diver and went back to the scene and kept up the search till Saturday morning at 030 oclock the body come to the surface when They used 250 pounds of dynamite and supposed that helped to raise the body They arrived in Evansville at 5 p m had the body taken to the morgue to be tend the funeral owing to her home city being quarantined prepared for burrial The remains were removed from Shaf ern undertaking establishment Suuday morning to his fathers home 713 Upper second street At 2 oclock Sabbath afternoon There is a sad coincidence connected with the death of Joe Two years ago his oldest sister Mrs M V McLeod died at Capleville Tenn she was 39 years of age of tion Quite a number of little cousins had a Miss Mary Mattingly is attending the delightful time at the candy party last fair this week Tub Eminence Constitutionalist is of Miss Loua Rhodes of Irvington is Tuesday night at their grandparents the opinion that the nomination of Judge visiting friends and relatives at Long Mr and Mrs Frank Rhodes W S Pryor for governor will unite the Lck Miss Ronie Mattingly has returned twu wings of democracy and bring out Mrs Charlie Pearl is visiting frionds home from Fredericktowu Washington such a vote as has not been seen in years couuty O ivensboro And so this nation enters upon a new era Do not doubt that she will be equal to the responsibility I believe in the capacity of Americans to govern themselves and to govern othors I set up no dogma of Infallibility but expect Â¬ ing mistakes and delay and disappoint Â¬ ment I believe that the boundless capacity and the splendid courage of America with her high sense of justice her appreciation of the rights of man will in the new duties placed upon us work out marvellous good for the peo pie that have come under our guardian Â¬ ship and M greater iInrv for nnr mnnirv VWUMJ Â¬ Rev J at the time her death and strange to say Joe met his death in his 30th year There was two years and 12 day differ Â¬ sorrowing relatives and a host of friends ence lu their age both were born in stood at the bier with bowed heads Dr January Joe died two years and three W Turner pastor of Trinity M E church conducted funeral services at the home Turner spoke feelingly of the life and months after his sisters death her d ath death of the one mourned occuriugJune 28 1800 and his death He gave solace to the se that were near Sept 28 HaMBaMMHOBuaMtiaMig arai YELLOW LAKE May of Kirk The wedding to J take place Oct 1th at Hardlnsburg and relativoj in Grayson county this week It is said that Fradce has promised to The base ball club from Glendeane recogniz i the Phllllpiue republic should wore entertained at Ken Rhodes last one be formed The Filipinos will soon Sunday And that only Uncle Sams promises are Mrs Sim Carwile who has been very good in the Philliplnes low with typhoid fuvor is blowly im Bill Rhodes Is making a nice lot of her husband and seven sorghum in this locality this fall every- Â¬ children to elope with a nineteen year old boy provi s that there is no fool like one is getting sweet who deserted That forty live year old Illinois wouiau provi ug an old fool be In every family Medicine elicit and every sjfeouM travellers grip They are tariluatil when the llomath Local Option has made Pineville to U oat of oriUri cur hmduh Ullouintii and i u ana taueat ti HTtf uoudm X cuu j dry that its waterworks have given out Hoods Pills Thkbu may be no strings tied to the Louisville board of public works but that does not prevent the Barber asphalt monopoly from having a pull Tiikuk are too many people in this world who attempt to grasp opportunities by the hind leg instead of by the fore Â¬ lock Miss Mary Kennedy aud brother John of Kirk was the guest of Miss Sue Rhodes last Saturday and Sunday Fred Cannon accompanied by Ids brother Willie starts to Cincinnati next Sunday to undergo a course of medical treatment Fred Fralze and wife of Henderson have returned to McDaniel for their futuro home They are busy this week making perparatlous for housekeeping The bonds of matrimony were publish ed at St Anthonys church last Sunday betweea Mia Delia Cannon aud Jim toryj UlGelu where she has been spending tho summer and is in very bad health Mrs Mary Akers and family of Haid In county returned home last Monday after several days Bpsnt pleasantly with old parents and relations in this yiciuity Mr and Mrs Hart accompanied by their granddaughters Misses Stella Hart and Ethel Hatfldd ot White MillsIIard In county were visiting their son Dr J H Hart last week There was a larger attendance at St Anthonys Long Lick church than usual last Sunday and Rev Win Gabe preach- Â¬ ed au eloquent sermon on The Love of God There will be services there again the fourth Sunday in Oct Quite a large crowd assembled on the grounds here last Sunday evening to wltutHi the match gatae of ball between the Glendeane and Je wejs Creek clubs The game was very interesting each aide played w Two of the beet pkyenia the Jewels Creek club waa absent and - tutts F FOB SALE SEEDS UmaawM aeekleatly fS11 yr X grandchildren and friends are all gather Â¬ had plum et my pl rfX3 got my toetn ed together In celebration of th event picked Dora my buttons of I did colo- Â¬ The event is a happy one and many of nel I did not liko to inquire further into Glendeanns very bebt people are gather- Â¬ tho myfltory of what happenod to Mr ed Rogers af tor tho last taste of tho pie The Rev Galloway was in town several was safely housed by my informant bnt hours last week on his way back from 1 mado a fair guess and went on to see the Methodist Conference held in Lou- Â¬ the Widow Taokott conoornlng board isville He s transferred from the Mc and lodging for one man for One week Daniels work to Stepheueport From j Wwraiugton Star school boy days has the writer been STORY OF A HAT acquainted with Bro Galloway and as a Miss Eliz Jarboe of this place and boy a man a preacher a Christian he ReTeallnc the Secret of IU Two Trip Mr Geo Layman of Missouri were finds na fault uttered apainst him Around m Table married Sept 18th at the home of the Stephensport is to bo congratulated A number of literary men wero at ono timo gathered In a woll known ohopi UTOPIA HONOR BOLL bride amid a large assembly of friends house in New York Tho conversation First month ended Sept 30 Attend and relatives Rev Galloway officiating The cermouy was very pretty the bride ance punctuality deportment perfect was of courso brilliant and thoreparteo sparkled with mirth and wit During a and groom looking their lovliest with recitations are considered in making out lull in the talk tho door slowly opened smiles and blushes surrounded by their honor roll The list Is headed by Mits and an old Bouthorn darky grizzled attendants Misses Lulu Rhodes Ida Alma Mattingly whose general average with ago poked his head in and then Layman and Floronce Rhodes Messrs is 09 8 The other names are given in slowly drew his body in after him A Chester Jarboe Dolpn Rhodes and John the order of their standing Daisy Deane waiter started to eject him when one Frank Butlor The bride and groom Rosebud Moorman Walter Moormau of tho gentlemen cried Wait n moment Lots boo what tho left immediately after the cermouy for Flora Tilford Emma D Moorman Ada their home in Missouri May happiness Mattingly Hallie Moorman May Demp Â¬ old boy wants The darky bobbed up to tho table pursue them ster Ullie iloskius Elliott Moorman whoro this gentleman sat and hold out Sallie Robertson Martlm Lou Powell his hat Throwing a wink to his neigh Â¬ GLENDEANE Eula Harper Arriu Robertson Emma bors tho gentleman took the hat and Lon Moorman Owen Hunter Qlen Fish- Â¬ making a show of placing something Hog cholera killing a good many hogs er Jess Rhodes Otter Owen John into it passed it on to tho noxt man who did likewise Tho hat mado a tour Hale Deane Owensboro is here for Fisher Owing to a misplacing of some recordB of tho room to tho puzzled wonder of the winter tho darky Tho last to receive it sol- Â¬ it is impossible at this time to state the emnly handed Dr Dempster has five patients with it back with a polito standing of Eddie L Moorman bow saying exact typhoid fever He stands near the first and is one of the Thoro sir dont you think yon have Mr Dewees went to Fordsville on schools best brightest and most Dromis something to bo thankful for business Monday ing pupils The old darky looked solemnly around Mrs Ella Phillips of Short Creek is Worthy boys and girls were absent a tho company and mechanically taking visiting Mrs Dewees day or more and in consequence aie off the hat he said Genraen Izo indeed glad dat I got Perry Haskins is working on the new the honor roll eben do hat back To the parents Give us your child- Â¬ store house at Jolly Tho reply was so thoroughly enjoyed Mr and Mrs Charley Fisher spent ren every day and on time and will in- Â¬ by the company that tho darky left tho sure their advancing placo n much richer man than when he Sunday at Dr Dempsters The following pupils in Miss Boards had entered it Kansas Oity World Jess and Lennie Mattingly are spend Â¬ department have their places on the ing this week in Owensboro Why He Palled- honor roll Louise Moorman Maude A Wellington Chinese trader known Vennie Moorman has accepted a posi- Â¬ Maxwell Mamie Harper Lottie Math as William Joo Gett formerly a Chi Â¬ tion with a Louisville hardware firm eney Vandy Powell Silva Mattingly nese interpreter failed some time ago Little Selva and Edna Mattingly spent A Grand Crop Here is an extract from his statement a few hours in Hardinsburg Sunday which Ben H Poindexter the progressive of the causes of bankruptcy Charlie Beard Hardinsburg passed on Ljwisoort banker aud farmer has suc- written in rod ink covered four pagoa the train Sunday for the Falls ot Rough ceeded in raising on his farm this year of foolscap Af tor detailing his trading experiences the Celostial writes Rod Mattingly was elected school one of the tin est crops of Burley tobacco I sco my troubles endless to come I trustee Saturday He had no opposition that has ever been seen in this section cant get my monoy to pay I am holp Miss Mattie Mattingly of Cloverport The loaf is large and smooth and of lesp During last throe years over 86 He raised 25000 pounds creditors support my business During is visiting her sister Mrs Julian Brown beautiful color last two months not a ono let mo havo Miss Hallle Moorman and Glen Fisher this year a penny on tick Fish never can live in went to Buras Saturday and returned DeWltfa Little Early Risers a dry pond without water Enginocant Sunday The famous little pills move along without well supply of coaL Boy cant fly bis kite without tail Later this week Glendeane will be STANDARD OF EXCELLENCE on it Housekeeper pour out all tea to almost depopulated ou account of the the cup no refilled water bow she give A Mountaineer Who lllghly Appreciated OwoiiBboro fair yon more tea yon require All empty Really Good Cooklngf Our base ball nine is Boon to be the out just the way liko my business As countys best Their latest action was a tucky ais rule a the mountaineer of Ken- Â¬ Sydney MaiL not gastronomic connoisseur defeat for Hardineburgs team and tho visitor at his table is quite as Banana Flour Miss May Dempster and Miss May likely to hear dried applos referred to The next dietetic fad is going to be as fruit as ho is to find any other banana flour Manufacturers are experi Â¬ Moorman and Mr and Mrs Jess Howard kind of fruit on tho table Occasionally spent Sunday at Dick Owens menting in this direction and promise however ono of thorn is sufficiently for Boon a meal that will keep as long as Seven games thiB season and but one tiinato to get away from his fastnesses defeat is our base ball teams record Its and living temporarily down in the wheat flour and niako a much mora no blow on our part but we are willing blue grass has an opportunity to acquire nntrltious bread As already the craze for whole wheat flour is passing this to play any team that comes our way some virtues not othorwiso obtainable new albumen will undoubtedly meet a was such a ono I caught up with one quick welcome when it oomos The use Buck Moorman had a telephone h x It morning in Jnno along tho ridge of the of tho banana has developed ita great put in last weok and his metropolitan Oumborlands value aa an article of food and the store is now one of most popular places Im looking for a place I said great army of banana consumers are pro in town for receiving or sending news whore I can pared to aocept eagerly ita further de after a few preliminaries Mrs Sallie J Robertson wife of W J stop for a weok or so while I look up velopment New York Post Â¬ Rob ntson deceased is 85 years old to somo timber I have in this neighbor Do yon know of any hood Dear day Wednesday The children aud There aint much uv that sort It is natural for a rioh man to become eround horo ho replied oxceptia familiar with a professional man you go to Mount Pleasant an I reckon hires and to address his physician he aa thats too for But hoi on ho broke My dear doctor But to his solloltor in with a snddou thought t bars the be would not say My dear lawyer Tutts Liver Pills keep the bow- Â¬ Widder Taokett She axod me ylstidy although tho legal mans fee would be folks at the els in natural motion and cleanse to soo somo uv youplace to sleepmill and Unite as good New Orleans Picayune toll cm she had a and eat the system of all impurities An two er throo men ef they wuznt too Individual Odor Every human being has a speciio absolute cure for sick headache pertlokler a pretty good place I in- Â¬ Is it odor of his own according to A Botha dyspepsia sour stomach con- Â¬ quired thoughtlessly in tho Archly der Gosammten Physiolo- Â¬ Tho young mans faco flushed gic by whioh can bo recognised not stipation and kindred diseases Woll I reckon he paid with some roorely by dogshe by persons with sen Â¬ emphasis Shes goin to be my moth sitive organs of but smell Thooase is meu do without them oorao noxt September tioued of a man who blindfolded coald Oh I R P Smith Chilesburg Va to explain beg your pardon I hastened pick out each individual ia a eoapaay I only asked to know if of 30 by his odor writes I dont know how I could she had good eating Some ot that we Tho smell is not bora with as bat get houses oven do without them I have had you in private not tho best inin tho cities develops gradually till the age of psber Is know the world ty after whioh it remains unchanged ho said with a Cities be denied Liver disease for over twenty fine feoling Yor aint nover triod the Mombers of a family have a kiu4 of years Am now entirely cured Widder Taoketta pie yet mister au common odor whioh persists evea wbea they have lived apart for a lofeg Mbm yer want to keep still till yer do Aint uothin like it nowhere bo matter The eatire area of the United States what kind uv a pie sho acts atom yer is placed at 1885017698 aeres ef Its all no plusibus ununi au no mis whiph 741 703880 aoces are bow owaed take Why Im tellia you that I sot by individuals or by eerponitloiM or down to one uv her pie last week deru states or have pasted out of the control Genuine Missouri White ef I reeocaewber what kind it Nvae ef RyeOrchard Grass Wheat I ever ksowed aa I wm eatia right of the iwftl gyernyieat and Clover into it like a hot shovel gela into a Uvageevau fee whole Hve Iowme now pile Bill Roger aereat tbe id table from we ealled me a lat aa I than olvi r HOLT KKNTUOKY DnWit Witch Hm rml li sever said a dem word Jo hint tell I Cwe ViU SaM Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fl Twenty Years Proof Cant Liver Pills Â¬ H DUTSOHKE faaBa Q im j 2l af One Woman Word mmm I consider Ayeiis la the world Pills the bett A C WESTON 39 Pearl St Laconla N H Mrs All Womonm WSmdiotn BRECKENRIIWK vVKDNt MDAY NEWS 6 I8fl8 00 T r i Local Brevities J Plenty of rain f Hot coffee a felnpeda River 1b slowly raising Lace footings at Suitors Circuit court next week Ladles novelty braide Suxers Tax Asaeseorda going the rounds Fall goods are arriving at Sutlers Handkerchiefs every variety at Snl- - zera All kinds of fruitiMjf the season at Sip pels Ladles new style of beauty pins at Sul zers Wheat is selling at 58 cents in this Clty H Ham aandwitcheflatlillhobra at Sip - pels Freight business on the railroad Is good Rental property Is demand All kinds hosiery Sulxers The latest novelty -f- scarce and In good j 1 810U Reward 8100 Lades underwear a full line all sizes The readers of this paper will be pleased Sulzers at Â¬ Fall line of gentlemens underwear just to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to in at Sulzera cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Farmers are all bragging on the excel- Â¬ Halls Catarrh Cure ia the only positive lent pasturage cure known to the medical fraternity Umbrellas a handsome selection Catarrh being a constitutional disease cheap at Sulzers requires a constitutional treatment Flour is selling at 3 and 3 40 per Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally barrel wholesale acting directly on the blood and mucous The ground is in splendid condition surfaces of the system thereby destroy- Â¬ ing the foundation of the disease and for wheat planting giving the patient strength by building Buck gloves the heavy kind for har Â¬ uptho constitution aud assisting nature vest work at Solzerai ft in doing its work The proprietors have The chestnut crop promises to be a so much faith in Its curative powers good one this season that they offer OneHundred Dollars for The Henderson Route pay train was any case that it fails to cure Send for here last Wednesday lists of testimonials Nice line of blankets all sizes colors Address F J CHENEY Co Toledo 0 -Sold by Druggists 76c and prices Suit irs The collega at Irvington will open the CUPIDS VICTIMS second Monday in October The wet weather bus interlered with Eloping Couple Pass Through the City to road work on Patterson hill Cannelton About ten local Knighta of Pythias went to Owensboro last night Two victims of cupld were In the city Kraut new sorghum molasses and Tuesday They were J D Baum and honey at Gregory Glbeons MIse Emma Wheotley of Glendeaue The rains of the past two days have Both young peoplo loved each other tempered the dog day weatlier foudly and to unite their destinies they Oharley Ryan and Ernest Popham eloped from Glendeaue and went to Cau have returned from Louisville nelton where they were married Mies Wheatly ia the daughter of John Mr John T Patterson has been con W Wheatley deceased She is a very fined to his bed for several days Elder J W Valandingbarn preached attractive young lady The couple were attended by Albert at Irvington last Thursday night Baum aud Miaa Anna Wheatlev Morgan Lawson and Robert Estes of Waitman spent Sunday in the city CITY COUNCIL stock of millinery can An now be seen at Miss Judith Millers Committee Reports Unfavorably on Street Opening Ladles Misses and childrens shoes a fall line at the lowest prices Sulzers The meeting of the city council last A representative crowd will go from Thursday to attend the Owensboro night waa attended by the Mayor and all here members of the council except Pierce fair who ia in the gold regions of the west Mr John Wood of Louisville was the The Street Committee reported unfavorguest of Miss Nellie Burks Saturday and ably on the proposition to open Second Sunday street through to the Short Line railWilburn Gregory has returned from road and the Henderson Route shops Oaunelton where ho has been visitlug The members thought that the cost relatives would be too great Routine business of an uninteresting J E Gould who Is building the bridge at Spottaville paused through the nature occupied the rest of the meeting city Saturday Â¬ It will be time and money o you to Our people should erabracu the oppor-Â¬ get a glimpse of Mia Judith Millers fall tunities offered in the college at Irving ton From no school can you get more etock of milliner for your money Mrs Wm Minor and Mr and Mrs Stephens came down to attend the fun Â¬ Skillman Whlte eral of Mr Hambleton The marriage of Jamea Sklllman one J esse Keys baa moved to Newman Ky where he is ruulng the pump for of Cloverporta most substantial citizens to Mrs Emma White takes place at the rail rood water tank at that place Holts at 0 oclock to day The engage EmllNollots afflicted with a boh on ment of the couple has been kept a par the back of his neck He will sell it for tial secret for some time Mr Sklllman 5 lefts the usual discount for each jsajhorough gqing ImstnoBa juan and Do aniWeTgkcatlBB rhat is recently purchased a ilae farm near tboroHghtrott jtartjo tlnUa Then go WeD8terwliere he will reside with his left4aVBllBMaf uM jf 4 to Irvttigtou college and there you can chaunlng bride The coupie will take get It a bridal tour and will be gone for a week J W Lyons of Toblnsport who waa The brat wishes of the Naws aud a host badly iujured by falling into a cltern is qf friend go with them getting along nicely and may be able to A Floe Farm set up lu a few days One of the most successful farmers In Of course its the desire of every woman to appear in the latest head gear to be this section la John 1 Henry of near this yon rauet purchase your millinery Irvington He baa 600 acres In corn this year and two hundred acres in orchard from Miss Judith Miller Krai tile believes In converting corn How to spend our ioBey to the best and hay Jato beef and haa a magnificent advantaged W to irvlBjjten Cellrge herd of sliort horn cattle on his place All you juvwt there will be well spent He ia succeeding in making his farm a ad wflWlHrtf to yen with compound profitable one Interest f Nrrk Mullen The brat iaherltaaee yen eaa leave week WJUUm Dprrls section vearehlld k a ChrtyiaH edaeatloB aad ai no school can you receive better work foreman on the Henderson at Lewis In thai iraeTKaa with Prof Orahbe and port was united In marriage to Mies EtUMullea ef thW eity The eeaple will wake LawhpakUalr fatare hewe TreHel Tyler of Owenebore baa re- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ a ixers fJSj Embroidery hoopa rubber and wood Sat SniBTOr ai lowest prices at fl the Dewey hairpin t Louisville where ho has resumed the PERSONAL MENTION study of medicine Owen May went to Indianapolis Mon Â¬ Mrs Bob Ltndley went to Louisville day where he will take charge of the Sunday Roth engine that has been installed In Til Groves of Toblnsport was In towu tho Kahn Tailoring Companys building Tuesday to furnish electric light and power Will Kyler of Hawesville was In the Ij Nichols of this city ban completed city yntry tho jolj of painting Hih Cumberland Mr DavlK of Loulnvllle is the guest of Presbyterian church at Dukes The MIps Mary Holt decorative work done by htm on the Wesley Snraggot is attending the of Hid edifice ml Is much to Its walls Owenijhoro fair beautiv Frank Hnawellaud family spent Sun Â¬ Mr S H Wilson tins returned from day at llardinnburg Leopold Ind where ho has been work Joe BhII of Itnlllown waa in the city ug In tlii IiiUt hI ol iligiiUnd Nurs ry Mr Wilson was much uratlfl d over bin 011 buMnecs Monday trip and said the fanners w ro alt in n Frank Payne was In Hardlnsburg on prosperous stato off IhI business Monday The following MaBons from Hawesville Hob Polk tho popular salesman at Tl e attended the funeral of Hon Dudley Fair was sick Monday Hambleton in this city lata Wnlneula 1 W Bates of Hawtsvllle was in the Alfred Hennen S Iowe s Wash Purl city yestniday on buslnesi ton Walter Morris 0 T Tuber H Miss Elzabeth Bowmer went to Louts Baker M Stephens and W S Thotnns vllle Wednesday on a visit Those who visit my establishment Attorney John Allen Dean of Owenshavo many advantages ovor others you boro was in the city Sunday get to see everything that has been put Albert Lalleist of this city was in on the market I have endeavored to select the newest and most fashionable Hawesville on business Thursday Mies Lydla Polk of Toblnsport visit goods in millinery that can be purchased led lrionds at Sklllman las week anywhere MlB3Tullth Miller Miss Kate Sawver expecte to go to Rev U G Foote who has been pastor of the Hawesville Methodist church for Hardlnsburg on a vinit this week the past four yeais and who Is v ry well Miss LInnio Bates of HaweHvltle was knowu by our people has been trans visiting friends in the city Sunday ferred to Elkton Jtro Footer a conse MIsa Ruth younger of Hawesville vis crated chrlstlaif 1111 enthugiaatio worker ited relattves in this city last week and a brainy oianr Hlktgu is indeed Mr and Mrs Stnkeley Buck of Pates fortunate In getting him and we predict vllle were lu this city last Wednesday for Bro Foote a happy and successful J T Piorce of Bethany III la now pastorute lu that city back at his old home at Holt on a visit Remember Irvington College will op W II Bowmer returned from a busi en the second Monday in October It ness trip to Owensboro Monday evening la impossible for vou to g there now Mr Adam Anspaugh of Rome Ind nothing prevents you from accepting such opportunities ns am often d there went to Louisville Wedneaday on bus just as soon as possible Make every- Â¬ ness A R Shacklett of Island Ky attend Â¬ thing beud to tho one purpose to so ar- Â¬ range your affaire as to enable you to at ed the Association at Sand Hill last tend that school What you get there week will be substantial and useful to you Miss Delta Kyler of Hardlnsburg waa throughout life It matters not what are the guest of Mlna Lillian Stppel last your expectations The education given week there la solid and useful not supeiflcial Austin Popham wont to Louisville and for show Sunday to enter the Louisville School of Â¬ 1 Â¬ 0 her city writes to a experience with In blessed with somo good Samaritans Mrs LIzzio M Brewer of 160 High St Westerly R L is a noble woman who devotes a great deal of time and money to caring for the sick of Westerly Site has been for strongest several years one of friends and under date of March 17 1608 sho writes tho following letter to Dr Hartman f Columbus O the originator of -Your welcome advice is nt hand and my RTMtudo is unbounded lor the privilege 1 en joyof consultlngso renowned n physician 3IBEPaaraMBaBMa I as yourself alwayu receiving such prompt to jj f mmTimmmmmmmmmmmmtiMmmBM V anu saiisiactory replies mostmy questions And what amazes mo is that this can be done year after year with unfail WaW2alaHaialalalalalaMFami ing certainty iree of charge I nave learned mat you nave hecomo to thousands and thousands of tmWHlmmmmmm households the same beneficent guide and adviser that you are to my household As for your free books I read them everyone and treasure their contents as the choicest wisdom I in my family I have used Mrs Lizzir M RrtKwien for over four years I find it a suro cure for all catarrhal affections so common in this part of the country It a cures a cold nt once there is no cough medicine that can at all equal a as for la grippe there is no other remedy that can at all compare with I notice In medical journals and from the testimony of my neighbors that tho doctors seem quite unsuccessful in treating la grippe especially in removing the after effects of la grippe From personal observation in many cases I know is a sure specific for these cases I am among the sick a great that deal in our city and have supplied many invalids with simply because I am enthusiastic in my faith as to its results I have never known it to fall to permanently remove that demoralized state of the human system quickly and which follows la grippe In cases of weaknesses peculiar to my sex I am sure that noother remedy can approach in good results the action of It meets all the bad symptom to which females are subject The irregularities and nervousness tho debility and misery which afflict more or less the women from girlhood to change of life are one and all met and overcome by your excellent I wish every young lady in our city could read your book Health and Beauty Any ono wishing to inquire of me further can do so by enlcosing a stamp for reply A Mrs Brewers Humane Work wtllto do Rhode tvayayftayam - Dr Hart man of her practical Island lady who looks after the sick Je-ru-n- ifi fUMANITY 5J RLEASE WA lu I MnfrWflflfk Ic-ru-- THIS A writer in a LouUvillo paper says that thcro is a national tendency toward fllouchiness and one evi Â¬ dence of this fact is that young men will wear hata tliat are out of fashion and brown with ago with a brand now suit Wm MMSmW r x Pe-rn-- IS NO For this condition of affairs in Cloverport or Breck enridgo county Everybody lias the opportunity fo go to Sulzers where a full line of Hats and Caps are The new fall lino of Hats kept constantly in stock in every particular and the and Caps is prices arc such that poverty cannot be pleaded as an excuse te Pc-ru-- Pe-ru-- Pc-ru-- Pe-ru-- Uaskett nines Opened The trouble between the operator and the minera of Baskett mines has been INTERESTING PROGRAM Pharmacy settled Mr Blair the nianaigor of the Paymaster 0 P Bush of the Hend Teachers Association to Meet at Clover minea bad been very liberal with his son Route and his father were in the men and had signed the scale of prices port city Wednesday for tho ensuing year The minors went The Teachers Association for magisÂ¬ out without any greviances but their re- Â¬ Mm and Miss Tinius went to Owensboro Saturday to attend the funeral of terial district No 1 will convene at Clo turn to work ends the trouble in this verport Oct 22 1898 when the following section of the mining district Mrs Jesse Tinius Mrs Wm H Hubbard of Jackson- Â¬ program will be carried out Opening exercisf s for llrty Cents ville Fla is the guest of her brother Wtlconn address Guaranteed tobacio habit cure makes weak Ed Goodnight men ntroDg blood pure Wo II All druggists Mr Thomas Tousey Response Milton Coke Charless May waa at Louisville Can- Â¬ Object of the teacheri association Andrew Driskell Hes Eloquent Educational advancement in Kentucky nelton and other places too numerous to Irof S K Hancock HonW B Smith the only Bryan elecmention last week How reform the refractory pupil C A Adkisson Miss lluby ltyan loreit Havnes tor elected from Kentucky in the presi Jamia B Pace Jr arrived In the city Discusson dential campaign of 1890 will speak at Psycholigy Re T V yesterday from Louisville after an ex- Â¬ Importance of the district library and how Joiner to Hnrdinsburg Monday October 17th and tended summer vacation secure it Misi Mary Moorman at Cloverport Monday October 17th at Richard Adkisson J C llasham Caldwell Norton visited at the home Discussion Ho Is an eloquent speaker and In education Rev C Ilrry night of Mr and Mrs James G Stephens Alta Ethics will give a splendid dissertation of demo- Â¬ F Allelvla Intellectual Arithmetic Vista at Addison Sunday What changes arc ueided in the school laws of cratic doctrine Kentucky Milton Coke Mies Lulu Owen visited Misa Nellie Influence iu the teacher use Death of Benonl DeJarnette Burks at Holts last week She return- Â¬ Should election If so his what extentthe trusihe to ed home Monday morning Beuoni DeJarnette son of John De Newborn Gardner Discussion Association Jaruette of Hancock county died Satur- Â¬ Roy Ueyser of the Third Ky Volun day of typhoid over The deceased was teers is home on a furlough He likes Mlscellantous Adjournment 21 years of age and had many friends in the camp at Loxington very much Every patron in this magisterial dis- Â¬ Hamilton Hennon of the Cincinnati trict should interest himself in this Asso Â¬ this section Cooperage Company of Hardlnsburg ciation as it ia your children we wish to Death of Mrs Tinius was in the city Sunday visiting friends benefit by the discussion of those quesMrs Tinius the wife of Jesso Tinius John Shouse who haa been engaged tions pertaining to tho mind and to edu- living at Philpot died Friday night of on an extensive contract at Cannelton cation in general Come prepared to consumption Deceased waa thirty four for some time past has returned to the talk to listen or to do anything neces years of agt and three children survho sary to make the Association a success city her She waa the daughter of J J Dyer Andrew Dmskell Pres Mrs Thomaa Board and daughter of this city F A Bkavin Vice Pres Clara of JefTersonville Iud were visit- Â¬ ors at Webster their former home last Death of Janes Lewis Teachers Association week James Lewis the well known station On Saturday Oct 15 the County John Jarboe and wife and Mrc Medo Teachers Association will meet at Glen agent and merchant at Falcon Hancock ra Phelon mothor of John Phelon of deane With it also meets the Sixth county died Saturday at his home of this city were the guest a of the latter Magisterial District Association All typoid fever He waa a man who posses- Â¬ Sunday friends of education are cordially invited sed many splendid traits of character Jamea Reid Williams a prominent cot Â¬ Come Prepare to see a good time and and waa loved by all who knew him ton mill operator and banker of Fayette expect an enthusiastic meeting in which vllle N 0 ia the guest of Miaa Mayme you take part The qood people of Glen Griffith deaue will entertain all visitors rrtouitAM Miss Ethel Oelze who has been the guest of Mr and Mrs J II B Logau at Opening exercises Miss Iannle CGreen Hardlnsburg the past week has return- Â¬ Address of welcome C II Moorman Response ed home My most successful wtrk In teaching and how it Is done boiled down talks of 5 minutes Mrs Will Matttngly and daughter Agneta of Hardlnsburg visited Mrs Curiosity In children and how toUy Kach Teacher aku advan Mattlnglys mother Mrs Thomas Lewis MiUou Coke tage of it In teaching of this nltv Sunday K Harman Class In current history Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Walk I iip who tins been quite ill at hla home at Coral Hill llarren county Ky has returned home Among those who attended the meeting of the Goshen Baptist Association at Sand Hill last woek were Frank French and R F Thornton of Grand View Ind Cornelius Burk of the First United Statea cavalry who has been homo on a thirty dyya furlough returned to camp Wickoflat Montauk Point N Y yester- Â¬ day Will Buy Machines The good road fever haa struck Han cork county The work accomplished by tho News and by our own county of ficials in Ureckenridge has been an ob- Â¬ ject lesson to the people of Hancock county and now the magistrates are talk ing about buying road working machines in order to start in on a good road cam Â¬ paign A suro euro for slouchiness is a flne noat stylish hat Look at our stock before purchasing lkTHE MARKETS Iteported by HeHtnn Chickens 8c 10c SULZERS - mylvfe are in favor of For whiskey is dead in Lewis soon from those who Willis Co whiskey port Eggs Cabbage ljc Potatoes 40c Onions 75c Corn 8c to 10c doxen Beans 5c gallon Green Apples 0c Peaches none in mnrket Yellow Boot 20c to 25c Ginseng large root 2f0 May Apple Boot 2c Watermelons 10c to 15c Sweet potatoes 00c LIVE STOCK 4 75 and Cattle Extra shipping t25 and 490 common to medium veal calves 4 and 425 3 75 feeders 5 50 aud 575 Hoos Choico packing 225 to M0 lbs 4 00 fat shoats 120 to 100 lbs V 75 and 3 00 aud 1 pigs 00 to 00 pouuds 3 25 Boughs 3 00 and 3 511 Shew and lambs Good to extra ship ping sheep StiOaud 375 fair to good butcher lambs 3 and 4 extra spring lambs 2o 00 and 5 25 Skip3 and scala Â¬ wags 50c and 1 common to medium sheep 325 and I These wore the ruling prices on stock at Louisville Tuesday Oct 4 Will B Miller has taken charge of the grocery department at II Smith Patter Â¬ sons and cordially invites his friends to calf and see him Our line of groceries are the very best and as complete as any In the city Tho Star Light A 0 U W lode of this pine will on Thanksgiving evening present the play inlltled Tony the Convict at the I O O F Opera house in this city The play will be rendered by tho talent of Lewisport and we ex Â¬ tend a cordial invitation to Clovorport and Hawesville lodges to attend The play is a v ry thrilling one full of come- Â¬ dy and tragedy nnd will no doubt be a success Mr James O Lewis died nt his home at Falron live miles Eist of this city Saturday evening at 0 oclock Mr L twis was one of the countys tirst GRAIN ne deeply mourn his death He wan post iunater at Falcon and also did a general merchandise business He was hurried by the memcers of the I O O F of thiH place on Sunday even ing at 3 p in A large crowd from town attended the funeral which was con- Â¬ ducted by the Hev F G Ellis pastor of the Baptist church of this city at New Chapel near hla late home We extend to his bereaved family our deept st sym Â¬ pathy 2 Farms JA Reported by Oelze Bros The following are the prices quoted for grain in the local market Wheat 58 cents Corn 50 cents The prices for grain at Louisville are Wheat No 2 red and longberry 04 and 02c No 3 red and longberry 03 and 05c WANTS FOR SALE FARMS Corn No 31c SOc 2 No 2 white 32c No mixed 31c No 3 3 white mixed 160 or Kss IOK SALE Karm of good acres mors well wat Â¬ productive land buildings ered nil Decenary conveniences 3 miles ol Web ster reckcniide county A uraiul bargain if purchased at once Ior particulars inquire at Ncwsoflice Cloverport Ky LEWISPORT Hurrah for the Bkkckkniiiwik Nkws Hand us your subscription for the Nkws Â¬ Misses Bottle Bowmer her guest Miss Anna Iglehart and Misa Elizabeth Skill man were the guests of Miaa Mary Holt at Holts Monday Mrs Motile Hambleton who haa been at the bedside of her brother T M KM0t Be Done What Shall FOR TUB DELICATE Q1RL I C Ilasham S Wlate teacher Sidney Owen Miss Ellla Robertson common branches Irof ogan Discussion T I Moore Miss Iucy Noblett Cliftoh Howard and Miss Margaret Wilson A new teachers first day In school Style Howard Song Glendeaue School Childien Thoughts suggested by my school tisitlng this Supt Drltkell fall Tho teacher as a social aad political factor It C Crabhe Organization of reading circle Anukiw UmsKiLL Supt I S II Ut J II 1ilc President DlKUllon J C Tucker J What makes what mart the Recitation Moral tralnlnjr thiough the women and children who a o troubled with sores humors pimptee etc may find permanent relief lu Hoods Sarsaparllla Men Lewlsport Went Dry You have tried iron and other tonics But she keeps pale and thin Her sallow complexion worries you Per Â¬ haps she has a little hacking1 cough also Her head aches j and she cannot study Give Vt i Scotts f FmriKlDi 5 m Lt body j the glycerine will soothe her cough and the hypophos phites will give new power and vigor to her nerves and brain Never say you cannot take cod liver oil until you have tried Scotts lmulon You will be obliged to change your opinion at once Children especially become very fond ofiti and infants do not know when it is added to their food -- The oil will feed her wasting Lewisport possesses somo ol the most cultured people In the state aud the sou tlment of the entire community ia very high toned in ita nature Several years ago the people of hat town pulveriznl the rum power so far as Lewisport waa concerned and every time tho question On comes up they do more pulverising last Saturday a local option election was held and town went dry by SO majority The vote was 21 for whisky and 71 against whisky Death of WmWeatherholt William Weatherholt a well known farmer who lived in the Victoria neigh berhood died at hla home Sunday of typhoid fever His funeral took place yesterday New faH Millinery Aa opportunity of your llfu how before yea to sea the largeet aesor tment ol fash x wi ofthe Fearta fMrat aad la aew lay On Minute Cough Cur curat M waa au4 Ut Tfct U SCOTT A BOWHE tit drupihu i9 CfcfaW Ktw 1 4t nnv Ywk iaaable aad artieUc geeda la mllllasry at MkJtdlth Millers Which Wt can slico you ofl the earth and they are good slicea buttered with the lowest of prices Tract No 5 100 acres 8 miles south 0 all level black land of OAreiiBhoro acre under cultivation one dwelling of 5 rooms tenement hous i of 3 rooms 15 acre tobacco barn this ia a very fertile plec of dirt and will produce from 1000 to -- 000 pounds of tobacco and CO to 100 bushels of corn to the acM II Marks hurry who Uvea within a stones throw sold hl8 farm of 100 acien last woek for 50 au acre we will sell this excellent farm for 25 an aere Tract No 6 100 acres 4 miles south- Â¬ east of Owensboro 115 acrta under culti- Â¬ 2 tenniuent one dwelling vation houses 20 acre tobacio barn good voung orchard aud excellent vineyard 18 acres of this land is rolling the bal- Â¬ ance la level bottom this Is an unusually cheap farm and at our price ia a bar Â¬ gain we wll sell this one for 35 an acre We haye many other farms of mora Mr II 01 Smith one of our most prom- Â¬ and less numbor of act en all over this county and can sell you good land from inent farmers left to day for Owensboro 25 to CO per cent cheaper than anyone Ky with 0 head of his thoroughbreds eleo to exhibit them at the Fair beglnlng to-Â¬ Send fqr our Hat of farms for sale morrow Mrs Harvoy L Meyeia ii dangerously 3M ill Third Street 111 at her home In this city We are OWENSBORO KENTUCKY verj sorry to Inform her many friends that the chances lor ier recovery are very doubtful ON YOUR LABEL IS A DATE We earnestly hope now that aa local Leek at U and option carried by such a large majority haw yaw ataad wHh thl Paper that WJ will Hot have aay more trouble II Smith Patterson wont to Owens Â¬ boro Monday S W Patterson of Adair was in tho city Saturday Mr John D Bnbbage of the Biiickkx niiMK News was iu town Saturday Only 71 to 28 In favor of local option Is the way the vote stood at the close of I he polls reMimes Carrie and Lucy McGill turned to their old home at this place Saturday night from Lilly Ky W p Montague repreaenting F T Guenther wholesale groceries of Owens Â¬ boro randbagged our merchants Mon- Â¬ day Messrs Frank Libovltz and David Urodsky two of our citys leading bual nesa men returned from Louisville Sat Â¬ urday - Mr Geo Lancaster who haa under Â¬ gone euch a selgn of that dreadful disÂ¬ ease typhoid fever wo are glad to state that he Is some better at this writing We are glad to welcome our old friend 8am T McGill back to our little cltv Sam ia one of our Lewlsport boyp who haa charge of a large store at Lilly Ky Â¬ SALIJ a ood farm 111 acres well im Â¬ proved a barns good dwilling good water slock water year round Lays on the dry bed of SlnlTini Creek One and one tnutih milts West of Wtbster Ky Good roads lu niarkit 1iodnces well 30 acres of bottom land I5 acre of timber Kor further particulars write U C Simmons ebster SA1K bAHM 114 acres unproved fair and bulb iujfs adjoining Ixo lllnlins farm lar Fork lire lenridue county Ky Trice Jjoiifiolli im litli ivrect Addrets IIEIL MAN MACHINE VOKk Kvanwilh Ind FK 11UII SAIh A kikxI Ijrin no acres ut liar X dins Crick five miles I10111 IlardinsbiirK Well impioted Virmsundpiicu reasonable A It KINC1IEIUE llardiusburg Ky WANTED RACS OIMCK WAN I Ell Cottui rails while ir colored be clean llliKCKKNRlOGE NEWS FOR SALE RYE Mlt SAIK dress One hundred bushels of AUnMiitu UUUHDimi VI Ilarned Ky PIGS rn7V Ad- - FOR SALE SALIC I havo 11 tew choice Iterkshlre for sale My stock Is of the best strains In thecruntry Send mean order lor one either sex Only cox each batbraciion guaranteed CI 1IKAHU Hardlnsburg Ky FOR SALE CLOVER SEED lOlt X plK 17IOUKAIK potioi KIJUIULMANlninionKy FOR SALE Choice red clover Mtd for t address SAM DIX Stepheu STEERS Webster IOR SAUK WANTEO 10 rood grade steers e years old WMIIAIt- - SP0KES AND POLES Ky COOwepboio w WAN TED 500000 hickory Kentucky spoke elm poles OWKNS1IOUO WIIKEL WANTED STEERS WANTED Twenty five lonit yearling stetrs SMITH Lewispori Ky PICS AND CALVES WILLIAMS LITTLE WANTED WANTED port Ky icq bead of slock hog and Oct Ijlh SAM DIX SuphriV t irT ih IV uodcrvlfned receive bUsfer pole for a telephone lino from Powoi Station to Cloverport Specification can be obtained at our ofncola Uwcpshcro Kyorol W KHordin Owensboro Kt Cumberland Telephone Tkgr4h Company KricaTTh t irrriiiirTii iTmi HARDIN8BURG Those Dreadful Sores Â¬ VITALS BRAND SUITS fonnorly called Diagram Bulta and so called because tlio dia Â¬ gram showing the inaklna or the vllaln of the garment la at- tacneil to Mio sleevo of every coat Frank Scliull Harwell and wife and Miss of Oloveport Mr and Mrs GuaShollman spent Sun New Fall Patterns are ready You can nick from llluo and Black Gleviots and Worsteds and from over 60 different styles of mixtures llalds and Chocks in all the new fashion able fabrics Sulla to fit every build of men as nice as tho best tailors can fit you We are sole agents for tho celebrated Diagram Suits the best in the world for the money Send a mail order for any Â¬ thing you may need in our line Money refunded if goods are not perfectly satisfactory 750 LEVY BROS Third and Market Louisville Ky Breckenridge WEDNESDAY OCT i News ft 1898 DUKES Rev 8 J Richey was in Hawesville Thursday Mrs Itichey who has had typhoid fever is convalescent Our school commenced Monday with W W Dunn teacher Miss Stinnett of Pleasant Valley is visiting relatives here Some farmers are stripping tobacco while some are not done cutting The weather lias been of a mid sum mer temperature for several days The beet way to test some mens sym Â¬ pathy is to feel of their pocket book Some people appreciate a favor but to give one is like pulling an eye tooth Miss Ona Duke is visiting her sistor Mrs IdaStarks at Glendeane this week George Short and wife of Cloyerport gave our town n short but pleasant call Sunday of Messrs Ed and Arthur Higgs Daviess county are visiting relatives at this place A nice gentle rain Friday washed the dust out of the air and caused the mer Â¬ cury to drop a few degrees Itev Snead preached here the fourth Funday that will be his regular day at this place during the year Mrs Harriett Burnett and baby Issie of Daviess county is visiting her mother and other relatives this week Mr Oliver Wheeler and Mrs Sara West of Louisville are guests of Rev D L Bowlds and wife of Highland Grasshoppers have possession of the fields and the farmer thinks his wheat safer in the garner until we have a norther sufficient to numb the little pests Trusts and Plutocracy backed by a single standard of either gold or silver is a curso to any nation Silver and gold are botii products of the earth neither have the right of Rscendancy over the other and when either is made the standard then all other products of the earth is measured by it Thus the labor- Â¬ ing class are the carcasses on which the Plutocratic vultures feast TIIKRKIBA TIME TO ALL TIIINOS There is a time to run a time to tarry There is a time to spark a time to marrv There is a time to read a time to write There is a respectable time to come in at night There is a time to jump skip and play 1 here is a time to be merry every day There is a time tn he bad a time to be good There js a time to read the llible a time to aw wood There is a thru to be young a time toberld Hut now is the time gentlemen to vote auainst gold Â¬ day at Stepheiisport Attorney W K Barnes went Bran Â¬ denburg last Saturday The Missionary Society will meet with Mrs V G Babbage next Friday The Circuit Court docket will open next week with seventy four now cases Morris beard cashier of tho Bank of Hardlnsburg went to Louisville Satur- Â¬ day If you want a first class sewing ma Â¬ chine for little money come and see me T 0 Lewis Miss Llllle Scott wont to Sand Hill in Meade couty last week to attend the Baptist Association Jerry Tilford and Jorry Grenan are two hustlers They always get tho pas Â¬ senger in on time Mr Enoch Norton and wife of Free Â¬ dom were here last Suuday visiting Marcus Klncheloes family The first Quarterly meeting of the M E church was held hero last Saturday aud Sunday Rev Howes presiding The peoplo along the branch are using the Sunday train Ttioy get one faro on Sunday and of course they will ride Send mo 40c silver and your picture any kind and I will make you two photo buttons from it A W Vlckers Hawesville Hon W J Stone who is the Democratic candidate for Governor will apeak at Hardlnsburg Oct 10th first day of Circuit Court Deputy sheriff Will Gardner was liore last Friday and Saturday looking up his business for Circuit Court Ills wife was the cunst of Mrs Cunningham For fine clothing and shoes at a low price go to the Ghkkn Flao Baiioaik Store Hardlnsburg Ky Tho marriage of S T Nicholas of Thomasville Ga aud Miss Jesse Kyler this place has been announced to take place at the brides residence here to- Â¬ morrow Oct 0 Major Horace Scott went to Clover port lust week to attend the funeral of Dudley Hambleton It was his first visit there for several years and he noticed a decided improvement in the town If you want a watch cheap If you want a clock cheap a chain charm a rinjr spectacles any kind of jewelery silver- Â¬ ware musical instruments or anything repaired good and cheap come to Bee me Â¬ Thoy Continued to Sproatl In Spite of Trontmont but Now Thoy are Honlod A Wondorful Work For many yenra I have been a creat sufferer with varlciwo eln on onn of my My foot and Mmb becnii i tlrriil Unit out which continued to spread nnd was I concluded I exceedingly painful needed a blood purifier and I began taking In ii short time Hoods Hnrt ipmilln those dreadful sores which bad caused mo so much auflerlng began to heal I kept on faithfully with Hoods Barsapo rllla and In a short tlmo my limb was completely healed and tho sores gave mo no mora pain I cannot bo too thankful for the wonderful work Hoods Barsapa MRS A E rllla has dono for me Gilson Hartland Vermont When 1 sluoU n liould fully swollen fcol the blood ruining- down th- - veins of One day t nocldenlully hit tny ItiM Jiuili toot ngninat boiiio objmt and a mire broke HOOCFS parma Is the licit In fact tlio Ono True llloml Ilirlfler Hoods Pills cure all liver Ills 2S cents trial Dau will probably go to tho pen long enough to learn a good trade A criminal case the will attract much attention and occupy several days of tho court during next week is that of the Commonwealth against F L Smith aud brought here on a change of venue from Ohio couty Smith is charged with kill intone Louis Franklin in that county by stabbing him to death with a knife There has nlieady been ono trial of the case in which Smith was convicted and sontencedfor u term of clevrf years in the penitentiary Somo irrggulnrlty in the proceedings reversed this sentence and there is now a new trial About seventy witnesses have been recognized to appear on the side of tho defense alone besides a large number for the Commonwealth Ex Congressman Ellis name appoars among the list ol the attor- Â¬ neys for the defense The case will be called for trial next Tuesday Lung Irritation is the forerunner to consumption Dr will cuie it and Bells give strength to tho lungs that a cough or cold will not settle there Twenty five cents at all good druggists WEBSTER But little wheat sown Sorghum making in full blast The Owensboro fair this week will catch us Everybody attended the association at Sandy Hill More money In circulation now than for years before Edmonson county has gone dry why cant we do as well 7 Everybody at work at good prices and still a demand for bands There is considerable complaint among farmers of house burnt tobacco Robt Mattingly of Hardlnsburg is plastering H O Stewarts house Fall is the season of year for me taters and new Masses Go long Mrs Laura Kurtz visited her daugh- Â¬ ter Mrs C Crutcber of Garrett last T 0 Lewis Dr tiorubly the roost remarkable reniedyever produced lor the cure of throat and lung troubles It has cured thousands and has done wonders In many cases of incipient consumption Bulli Cough Syrup ii unquei- - GARFIELD Tanners are busy sowing wheat Rev Bozarth has moved to Tom Grays Farm Uncle Ellsha Simmons continues quite poorly Mrs S E Whltworth has new millin- Â¬ ery goods Steve Davis and S P Poole have pur chased new organs Mr and Mrs Tom Gregory are wait Â¬ ing in Hardin county this week Mr Grey tho organ agent and wife are visiting Mr and Mrs Ollie Priest Misses Nannie and Katie Board are visiting friends and relatives in Owens boro Madam Rumor says we will have a wedding in our town soon Wonder who it will be Miss Annie Pate of Hardlnsburg who has been visiting her aunt Mrs George Johnson returned home Monday Rev II 0 Hook preached the funeral sermon of Mr Jackson Marra at the burial ground near here last Sunday to quite a large crowd of people SDR CALDWELLS PEPSiro NtKTIRATIONI Kf The election Commissioners met here last Saturday and completed an organi- Â¬ zation The members of the Committee are James Hambleton Cloverport F K Rhodes of McDaniels and S A Pate of this place Mr Pate is the Republi- Â¬ can member For new goods low prices and kind treatment bee us before laying in your supplies we have the goods here to sell aud are ttoing to sell them prices dont cut no figure with us the Green Flao Bauciain Store Peoples protection from high prices A patent churn man struck the town last week and of course he had the best and latest churn on the market Whilo week its true that some of our citiz ins got bad- Â¬ Mrs B F Kendall of Garnettsville ly sold out on a patent churn deal thoy visited Mrs Jake Kendall aud attended examined this one and concluded that it the association was ahead of them all JeiT Hook bought Miss Addle English is back from a vis Â¬ the right for three counties it to Loulsvillo during which time she Luther Marrs of Custer was here last attended conference Saturday He was lamenting the loss of Regular services here next Sunday Ids pocket book a few days before which and we are all anxious to see our now 40 75 in cash a notefor15 00 contained preacher Bro Bigham Tills bad luck struck Luther at a bad Joe Drane Sons general merchants time as he was here to get his license to will open up here this week with a marry and felt that he needed all of his mammoth line of goods surplus cash We are near enough to Irvington James Harris came in last week and that if you locate here or any where near took charge of the Commercial hotel Mr Harris informs us that he intends to here you will not miss it Jas Skillman of Cloyerport vialted furnish the house new throughout and under his managment it must be a suc- Â¬ Ins farm near here last week and was cess He promises to give the traveling wearing a very significant sinilo public better accommodations than they Mrs A S English of Cloverport visit- Â¬ have ever found there heretofore ed Mrs Jno Lyddan last week aud at Â¬ tended tho association at Sandy Hill Good bacon 7c a lb 12 bars of good soap for 25c L C Simmons was called to Owensboro 2 lbs soda 5c last Friday in response to a telegram an Â¬ 10 lbs granulated sugar for 100 nouncing the serious illness of his daugh- Â¬ 1J gal tin bucket with top 10c ter Addle Eight Bars of Lenox soap for 25c People enjoy paying the way tax each Greek Flao Bargain Store man feeling when he uses a reven o IlardiiiBhurg Ky stamp he is adding his mite toward de Â¬ The new pastor of tho M E church fraying the expenses of the war the Rev A H Davis and his wife ar- Â¬ Mrs Thos Board son and daughter rived here last week and moved into the of Louisville old time residents of Clifton parsonage Mr Davis has already creat- Â¬ Mills visited that ancient town last ed a favorable impression among his week after an absence of many years members and he hopes to Jo a fine work L B Macy and Pete Macy were here this year Mr Davis was stationed last last week investigating farms There yearatLeitchfieldand his membership are several rare bargaii s in farms near there gaye him up very reluctantly here but they will not last first come Rev J W Bigham the new pastor for first served the Methodist church South at this place Miss Myra Hanks resumed her school writes that he will reach here within Monday sho having dismissed the 21 ult next two weeks Sickness in his the to attend her fathers funeral Miss family has detained him The southern Hanks has made many friends here who membership here congratulate them- Â¬ sympathize with her in her sad bereave- Â¬ selves that in the person of Rev J W ment Bigham they secured one among the Every man who has uot tried the ex- Â¬ ablest preachers in the Louisville Con Â¬ ference Mr Bigham evangelized for periment should try getting along one several years and met with pronounced year without a dog and he will realize success He traveled a while with Sam that dogs and guns are luxuries that only P Jones and has had the honor of the very wealthy can allbrd to indulge preaching to some ofthe largest coogre in Edith the little daughter of J M grations in the country Fitch aud wife aged 5 years died the There are three prisoners in the coun- Â¬ ty jail who are awaiting their doom in 20th ult of membranous croup Many the Circuit Court next week Jon Qulg friends bow with these parents in this gins broke Into a house near McDaniels hour of grief who doubtless feel that about a year ago and he is certain to get much of tlio sunshine has gone out of a term in the pen but it may be a short their lives yet Heaven la the dearer Sandy Hill is beautifully located on an one Bill Lindsay is next on the roll charged with horse stealing Dan Jones elevation high and dry and is surround Â¬ colored escaped the bigllance of the law ed by a beautiful grove A neat church several years but he will probably get it edifice handsomely furnished and the straight wheu facta come out against people who worship there are a grand him He shot marshal John Hall of aud noble people who are the very soul Cloverport in 1815 and skipped for In Â¬ of Kentucky hospitality A more suit-Â¬ diana where he thought he was safe able place for an association could not But two weeks ago he was picked np by have been selected MIm Addle Simmons daughter of L detective Will and brought here for association at Sandy Jill last Thursday and spent a profitable pleasant day Mrn W D Howard had the Tenbroeck or the Mollio McOarty trotter sure of the road and wo did spin Mrs Howard knows how to hold the ribbons too like a true Konluckian Our new minister Brother Litchfield preached last Suuday to an attentive appreciative congregation His subject Unity He has a high Â¬ was timely bred manner which means a groat deal BRANDENBURG Ho has n fino volco In speaking nnd sing Â¬ ing and altogether he mado a most favor- Â¬ Mrs S O Maltn la in Vine Grove able Impression He la the guest of Dr Bud Price is back frotn Indiana to D J Pusey till ills wife arrives remain for sometime I met a number of the Mcssengern Elvlco Wimp has gone to Montpeller and News correspondents last Thursday and each one had a tale of woe becauso Ind to engage in business Henry Levitt and Will Smith aro at his or her letters were Incorrectly set up Wo all concluded proof readers were de- Â¬ the Louisville Medical College cidedly dense and that ttioy had not Mrs Cal Hendrfck visited Mrs D W the eyes of some omulscent folks Well Falrlelgb of Louisville last week I am willing for all tho anlmad versions Mr E Bondurant and daughter Imo to bo sent in on ray articles I am will Â¬ spending this week in Morganfield are ing to be criticised and wo all ofton D W Lewis has returned from a mako plain ordinary blunders thirty days business trip to bo off again A Short Sad Story soon A Cold Miss Lulu Lewis visited her sister Mrs Neglect Jess Herndon last week aud attended Pneumonia the Salem Association Grief I enjoyed meeting my Irvington Had Foleys Honey and Tar been used friends lost Thursday if it was only a this story would have had n happier end Â¬ word here and one there ing A R Fisher Cloverport It A Miss Mattle Shacklett lias returned Shellmati Stephunsport Goidou from an extended visit below and spent Haynes Patesville E A Witt Hardlns Â¬ last week in tho Sandy Hill neighbor- burg hood Misses Williams West Point were vis BEWLEYVILLE itors of Misses Lula and Minnio Bland Weather a little warm last week They are bright and popular The farmers are Bowing wheat Rirls Mm Anna Drnry is on the sick list Mr and Mrs Riro Holcroft nee Agnes Worland wore at Mrs Goughs last Sun Lennin Mattingly was the guest of Miss day Agnes old friends wore glad to Sallie Henry Sunday seo her Mr Alonn Bounett is our new post Mrs G L Naefus and her daughter master Congratulations Mrs P G Young have gone to Louis- Â¬ Dr J M Walker waa elected school ville to run a boarding house on East trustee Saturday Oct 1 Chestnut Clifford Payne and sister of Harned Mr Virgil Babbage of Hardlnsburg are visiting relatives hero was in town last Friday on professional The Masonic Fraternity held an ex business and was the guest of his nephew tended meeting Saturday night D M Duncan Mr and Mrs Plggott and children are Dont go out of your way to formulate sweeping rules Everybody switches off spending a few days in Hardlnsburg Wariand Carter one of Meades clever occasionally Aud then in some matters citizens is a blue ribbon road worker let usage govern The speaking at Brandenburg Sep 20 We are glad to know Eugene Fontaine will return to Brandenburg from Owens- Â¬ was well represented from this place boro to accept a position at the Arcade Little Kathleen Walker was out in the with D S Richardson country Tuesday night the guest of some Mies Mary Lizzie Haynes spent last cousins week with Miss Maydee Pusuy Mrs A nico crowd attended church Sunday Pusey will return this week accompanied to hear Bro Walton who has returned bv Miss Mary Van Cleve of Lebanon to his work The Epworth League held a meeting The choir at the M E church last Sunday night was full and the singing of Saturday night with tho Book of Malicbl old familiar songs was better than we for a lesson have heard for sometime There should Mrs Foushee of Meade county with be practice and soino improvement her children viaited Mrs Gilbert Kasey shown a few days recently John Baskett who is at home on a fur- Â¬ Mr and Mrs W G Hardaway have lough was a guest of Mr and Mrs James moved to Jefferson county Sorry to Bland Saturday John was at Santiago lose such good friends de Cuba and shows he has been a tropic- Â¬ Mrs D O Moorman and two little al clime ones arrived Saturduy to Bpend a fort Â¬ Fannie Pusey Phillips is recovering night visiting relatives from dipthoria Little Dwlght Coleman a It is not well to sweeten is about well from the same malady but Bitterness is an essential quality to in a mild form or our physicians certain- Â¬ produce salutary effects ly undetstand handling it We gladly note the fact that Ferd Mr Weaver of Louisville who mar Â¬ Hodges one of the heroes of Santiago is ried our bright young friend Miss Ree here on a months furlough Washington mado a most beautiful talk The October number of the Ladies in the grove at Sandy Hill last Thursday Home Journal is one of the best and it lie is a magnetic speaker and quite is not economy to do without It fluent All tbe world loves a lover is an old I ate dinner last Thursday with that adage that explains tbe interest we take dear Brandenburg Normal girl Florine in a few little transactions in our midst Anderson She is an girl from The Hon Cbas Blanford is away try Â¬ every stand point and when she says yes to somebody we hope he will ing to show the dear people the ad Â¬ vantage of a Republican Administration bring her here Mrs Alonzo Bennett returned to her The end of the war came at an oppor- Â¬ tune time for autumn business The home Friday from Loulsvillo where tho Improvement in trade is coming all the bad been visiting her sister Mrs Shelley time aud no doubt October will show an and attending the conference David Hardaway Roy Cain and Ar- Â¬ Increase and general trade will take an upward tend thur Walker demonstrate the fact that Theres no placo likahoino and we do Much attention is now being devoted to works on tho cultivation of physical love to see the faces of the dear boys Quite a number of friends visited strength Sandows Strength and How to Obtain it for instance is a favorite Lieut B F Hardaway at his old home text book and judging from its sales the near Gusto n lost week His short stay coming generation should include many of only a week is very much to be re greted by all a Samson Rev D S Campbell of Hanson was Quito a delegation of us attended the a welcome guest of kinfolks here Thurs Â¬ day He and his wife who were Miss Fannie Cain with their children are ex pected to spend sometime with us in the near future Thos Payne entertained seven Baptist preachers Tuesday night There came But It can not bo cured by sprays twelve but he divided tbe privilege with washes and inhaling mixtures which reacli only the surface Tho disease ii his brother Minor They were on their in the blood and can only be reached way to Sandy Hill to attend the Associa Â¬ through tho blood 8 B 8 is tho only tion Mr Paynes hospitality must be remedy which can huve any effect upon Catarrh it cures tho diseaso perma- Â¬ somewhat renowned GOLDICN HOD nently and forever rids tho system of every truco of the vile complaint More than twenty million free samples 11 lag Joalo Owen of Moutpeller Ohio I wsa af of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve have writes flicted from Infancy been distributed by the manufacturers with Catarrh and no ona on know the What better proof of thoir confidence in its merits do you want It cures piles suffering It produces better than I The burns scalds sores in tbe shortest space sprays and washai of time Short Haynes Â¬ Â¬ peach-tree-te- O Simmons died of typhoid oyer after a brief illncm at Owoneboro Oct 1 and her remains were shipped here and tak Â¬ en to a cemetery near Harned and In Â¬ terred benldo her mother tho 2nd inst Addle was a lovable character jnst en Â¬ tered into womanhood and to know her was to be her friend and feel a kindly in Â¬ terest In her A host of friends mourn her Ions and extend condolence to the grief stricken relatives Autumn WE nmtM ifsjOEIVED HVE JUS1 OUR PALL LINE OP I M DBrY tfOODSjfiii EVERY CLOTHING SHOES in LINE IS COMPLETE and j J I Ladies and Gents FURNISHING GOODS PRICES LOWER THAN EVER BEFORE i Heston Willis Company CLOVERPORT KY in Cincinnati last week buying their fall supplies for the new store John Simons aud Miss Ana Shonan were entertained at Miss Llnnio Bra shears Sunday afternoon Misses Bernice and Eunice Wheeler Mrs Ida Bagot and Elmer Wheeler drove to Dexter Saturday afternoon to the hop THE TIME FOR FAKCY WORK is near at hand We are Prepared 4 Truth wears well People have learn- Â¬ ed that DeWitts Little Early Risers are reliable little pills for regulating tbe bowels curing constipation nnd sick headache They dont gripe for it as never before GUSTON Miss Helen Pollock is visiting in Louisville this week Â¬ Embroidery Silk The largest stock in this part of the state Heminways complete line Catarrh is Not Incurable Â¬ prescribed by the doc Â¬ tor relltTcd me only though I used them constantly for ten years the dlietie had a firmer bold than ever I tried a number ol blood remedies but their mineral ingredient settled in my bones and gave me rheumatism I was In a lamentable condition and after ex hausting all treatment was deelaredtnearable fitting S 88 advertised as a cure for blood diseases I decided to try it A soon as my system was under the effect of the medlelne I began to improve and after taking it for two months I was cured completely the dreadful disease was eradicated from my sys tem and I have had no return of it Â¬ temporarily and HARDIN GROVE IND We had a fine rain Friday Miss Alma Wheeler went to Cannel Â¬ Many have been taking local treat Â¬ ment for years and find themselves worse now than ever A trial ol dy ton Monday Ed Guthrio was bero from Hardlns Â¬ burg Monday Miss Stuart Groves came jiome from Louisville Saturday evening James Lyons passed through here Sat- Â¬ urday on his way to Derby Messrs Polk Payne and Ilaigls viewed the new public read thfouflii liereFture- - Pastures are simply magnificent and stock will go into the wlnterin line con- Â¬ dition Mr and Mrs Baxter of Valley City Ind are making Dr Baxter and family u visit this week Skill- Misa Willa Tabor and Mr mau of Louisville visited Miss Helen Pollock last week Mr Frank and wife of Irvington spent the day with Mrs Franks brother Dr Baxter on last Sunday Miss Myrtle Norman who is teaching the Bald Knob school attended church here last bunday night Mrs Gabe Meador and son Guy spent the day in our town last Monday the guest of Ueorge Hon and wife Miss Lillian Scott of Hardlnsburg is making an extended visit near this place tbe guest of the Misses Munlord Say friend John let me congratulate you upon your last weeks issue She noa a uuitjy uuiciiy up ur uuie auu piun- ty of it too x k The Rev Crocker of Irvington treaty ed us to a fine sermon last Suuday nibtj llu wilt lecture on China next Monday night at the school house iu Anderson ville Am Mr Croocker spent four years in China he should put up a good talk on that country Charley Lewis who is drilling a well for Charley Anderson at his new resi Â¬ dence got the drill broken and fastened at the depth of 140 ft and of course sus Â¬ pended business until he can extract the bit Of all the recent residences that have goue up in this community Char-Â¬ leys is copcuded the handsomest and most unique Kyle Adkisson arrived home last Thursday from the hospital cauip at PlatUbyrg N Y He looks just like the balance of t be boys who have returned just as yellow aaa pumpkin Kyle says he received pretty rough treatment wUh in Cuba but since anivlng at camp in the U 8 he has been given everything that iieart could wish A youn lady in this neighborhood re- Â¬ ceived a very handsome valentine and because tbe donor failed to accompany said valentine with his card or the usual little note She readily gave the present to a neighbor remarking that she would not keep a present from k fellow who was too silly to let hts identity be known She waa exactly right So young fellow the nextond you send you will let your girl kuo w wlio sent IU If you have any young apple trees that need wrapping as a protection against rabbits now is the time to do the work antljnoi wait onlJ winter setstja jd half do it besides letting your trees get destroyed iialioit wire is ttye beet and cheapest and will stay around tbe tree until It la too large to need protec- Â¬ tion Out the wire 8 in wide and 18 or 20 in high and coil it tightly around a smalt stick or iron rod and it will then remain around the tree giving as the tree grows The wire cost you close to ona cent per tree I have gotten better satisfaction fiom thU aapdo than any other corn stalks aro good but will only last two winters and then you have the work to do over again ArtSfamped Linens Heminways Art Linen 0inch squares stamped 12 Inch 18 inch squares stumped i squares stamped All of above are Heminways tbe standard of Art Linens Uther Stamped Goods from 2c np in Doilies Tray Covers Center Pieces Lunch Covets etc 50c a yd 6c 9c 18c T hi Baftenburg Stamped Lace Patterns for Handkerchiefs Doilies Center Pieces Table Covers etc ffom4c up Battenburg Braids Ringa and Thread at reduced prices Crepe Paper all shades 5c a roll We lead in Corsets Hosiery Gloves and Under wear Everything in Fancy Goods Mall orders promptly filled OWENSBORO 117 IV KY MAIN STREET DOES IT PAY TO TRADE AT Browns Certainly it does when he is Belling J the BEST AMERICAN PRINTSat 4ciand5c Mayfield Woolen Pants the neverr rip kind from 1 to 4 Jeans Pants at from 60c to 176 Drew Goods the finest quality from 10c to 76c a yard Tha finest Hneof KINGDON PLAIDS and FANCY DRESS GOODS in Eastern Breckenridge The selection Is bo largj and handsome that everybody should In- Â¬ spect tit v Groceries at rockbot i c f torn prices i c ighoat Price paid in cash or trade for country producer j A magnificent line of SHOE8 from ii - SI DO per pair and upward will prove it to be the right remedy for Catarrh It will cure the met ob- etlnate ease Books mailed free to aay 4lreM by SSSrTBlood i gwUtSpsteOoAttMUsCk Mlsa McCann ww Wep vw ijtoav Saturday evening after a pleasant stay In LG range vfsfsmmnfvs ilsiisMsisIgWMiiMij UUm Adelia Whitmarsh came home ON VOUR- DAW frern Evantvllle She has been attend Â¬ keyy yew Leek at K Md ing the State Fair v iAmmA WMk tftsia n- T PUS SSS1W WWtK wnSS Jaek MettUgty and Will Hardin were i Belle s Ml returned home r V Stars -- U CjXAZr SHM V To3-Ai W l H Mfi Wf 1 f BARGAINS I 11 is jtrn uupa wr Jer r labfiuS0Hil lflfcMsa BCfloei Mar bT Taiu Mai sir He3- fer le ethers- - self MJ li it l 6 Lead Pencil far 6c UAIlLlA W Ee Brown I