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Digital page images are linked to the text file. jm iJLxlJii s 1 BRECKENMDGE NEW 41 J J NO 13 Royal make ALL THK NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT OLOVEKPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 12 1898 liuliiy of Ihcin deKiiids on the nucrrfH of thn liteckeuridKH company Sunday train on tiio branch carries a good many people Its only ono faro to any point on the rond Tlmro will bo a rally tlav service at tho Suudny tchool of tho M E church South the fifth Sudday in this month B F Heard Co have put in the acetylemt gia for lighting tlmir store and it Is the most illuminated section in tho city Send me 10c silver ami your picture auy kiid and I will makn vu two photo buttons from it A V Vickers GOOD E VOL s AVlRY lAKUG UAY TheBigfcCbbrt Draws a Crowd to tte Capitol HardjMbRrg MwwMwwwwWWwww Wwww wwww jotn MAN GONE Indiges- Fullof kcKoys cians and Politi Â¬ GRANb jtiftOllS SELECTED The largest crowd that lias been at irarillnBburK lor a yearwas there last Monday tho flrat day of Circuit Court There are aeveatiT five new cases oil the docket this term aud these connected with the largo criminal docket wilt funjtjj tho court one of uuusual Interest and it may continue for three weeks the lull time allotted to it The litigants were thoie Monday from all sections Juealdts a large number who had no buslines in court but were for a day at the county Jockey street hail Its usual quota of the horse swapping fraternity ami from the looks of the surroundings the business in that Hue must have been unusually active Tiio merphanta in town were doing a flue Imsluesx which goes to indicate tliat times aro Improving aud that there is still inoneylu the couutry There land other town in the state that can muster up a larger crowd on tho tlratday ol a circuit court than Hard insburg Last Monday it was a fairlv representative crowd there being good men there from almost every quarter of the eouaty Ttie Nkwb conversed with men from many portions o our county and we And tUWtaieWWii Of confidence prevailing that has not been seen for some time- - Jhe fanners baro all made pretty fair crops aud are ina go6d condition to get along Besides having plenty at home when you meet him away from home he has a little money also Judgo McBeath arrived at lVH ana eoavoBttd-oourk-an- d put thegrand jury to work The jury as made ip is as lrwti7rArrested Si 2KJJj f l 2 green ptffsunmon Mha Ltnnis tfaswell has returned from ntitrlv a years stay iu New Haven Juiin While there she pursued her musical studies under a New York City Irof and will rtsume instructions Tues Â¬ but in thu Hawcsvilhi Mj hoii alio said you can ramble to morrow if you want to be carTful how you monkey witli u wooiIh IwA fr for not chewing PLUGW He dont chew Battle Ax yer Honor Helboksit - H Cain ElKSGardnersforemaBjAV Galteway Beavln JKwkJtM ar Tucker JJUfn Caahman Jea L Mattipg lyiFrfH DHs Andrew Crawford Horace Hunter Frank W Bachman and Andrew P Hook At one oclock Hon W J Hra democratic candidate for Governor spoke in the court house flue audience and Mr Storli had beganjils speechjby a reyiew of the UrifTT He stfUifVranow had Miomost Kiganticltax awsteup that had eVer been He said the Republt- in thecooritry can party started out thirty years ago to nrotect the infant industries of the coun try and they are still levying the tax under the same old plea He ttiqught i was time ttiey shonld bring inauother lionwt that they had nbout run the infant dnaustry gag to the wall He said thari all socbV taxation was at the expense oi the consumer and the tax which the people paii diduHgo to defray the expense ot tho government but that tho Republican party he said had been working in the mtertst of that class of men lot thirty yeawaudjyere still duinj bo lue JJeiuocraia uvoreu a tax a lax on ly Jaat jinm aufflcient to ueiray tne legitimate i xp nsi a ol the gowrument tnVruoihofe flu uald Ife JlrtinocraCtf artr believed that tin tax h sliould be levied upon the luxuries aui imi upwu jaiiBti pautM aud such thingtia tutfp- w pie are compeueu 10 naye m to lblarwlll btoue ilh saying relurrnd yatfiormntT were 8Wa that alt in favor of the war Do m octal a autl Bepublicaua But he cbargid that Uiu soliera who had enlisted in the war had been badly mistreated and not treated aa humans iu mauy instances Tfee speaker tlien took up the uiouuy question declariug that he was lor the free1 coinage of silyer and that this coun Â¬ try Taa able to take care oi its tiuaucial airaiw without the iuterveutiou ol any otasV nation This was the policy oi teSPemocracy today aud they so de Â¬ clared in the platform of 1800 adopted at Chicago The speakv ia allusions to Vft JjhBfyan brought forth gnat appluua Mr Btone was followed by Dr Mc MuHen the Populist candidate for Con gfesnlu this district Mr McMullen has not been long in politics bat in his speech last Monday he presented tho principles ot Ills party quite forcibly aiid saeies to be iu the race to stay follows Its Ignorance of the Law is no excuse but ignorance of BATTLE AX is your misfortune not a crime and the only penalty is your loss in quan- Â¬ tity as well as quality when you buy any other kind of Chewing Tobacco 8J Ptemember the name iV wtfjm m Innln ST when you buy again they will make their homes in the future It might be remarked in passing that the streets of this town are pretty dark Why said be admitted to the bar the Judge all the bars iu this town have been closed for a rear and a half what ails you Mrs Alvin Pate of Henderson is hero this week visiting her father J W Pate and will remain until Sunday Her hueband Alvin Ptte was here a few days ulso out lie returned to his home in Hemlt rsou county last Fridav Mr linker of tho Green Flair Bargain stote went to Louisville last Friday to purchase goods So far the proprietors of this new house are very well pleased with their trado They say they have hardly begun to buy goods yet and before another month is out they will run in a great quantity A very beautiful wedding occurred here last Thursday at 7 150 p m between Miss Kyler of this place and T S Nicholas of Cloverport There were only a few friends Invited to witness tho the ceremony which took place at tho brides residence The hall and parlor were beautifully decorated with flowers and ferns and everything around was arranged in keeping with such an event Mrs Withers acted as organist aud play- Â¬ ed a wedding march for the bridal party The ceremony was performed by Itev Davis the Methodist minister in his most impressive style Alter the cere- Â¬ mony there were a host of congratulations The bride received a number of handsome and valuable presents among which was a hundred dollar organ a fine sewing machine a lot of silver ware and one hundred dollars Iu cash The young married couple will make Georgia their home trhere the groom has a pay Â¬ ing position with a railroad company Â¬ day Oct 4 Tills ynutig man came to town Mon Â¬ day nud said Judge MuIJcatli I want to there with his genial smiln and he shook hands witli people who would volt for tion him for any office he aspired to Harry has friends wherever he goes and ho de Â¬ Thu death of E S WiUte which serves them octtirred at Louisville last Wednesday was a Bhuck to his legion of friends Never Say Die tluougliout this section of the slate He Many desperato cases of kidney d s was forty three years old at the time of Ins demise and his end was hastetud by eases pronounced Incurable have b en indigestion Dr E S Watts was born cured by Foleys Kidney Cure Many In liancock county He was a man of splendid talents and preat energy Ho physicians uso it A It Fisher Clo- Â¬ lud a warm love for his home county verport II A Shelltnan Stephens and every summer he spent ids vacation port GordouA Hiiynes 1atisville E at L wlsport While lie was there this A Witt HardlnsburK year he organ z d an I sucorfjfully man aged the magnificent street fair that took School Report Dr Watts was placi there August 25th SteiHknsi ort Ky Oct 7 I8D8 a man of clean character and of fine personality He made friends and kept Alter paesing an examination and mn Ic Â¬ them He was a man whose earnest ing the required average tho following ness sincerity and honesty was patent names of the pupils iu their respective at a glancd Ild was a thirty second grades appear upon the roll of honor Grado V Eddio Payne Di degree Mason and was highly esteemed dma Liy 04 Cora Best Ul Essie Wng 01 by all the members of the order Willie Big 80 Mary Block Ui Dr Watts leaves a wife and three Grade IV Bessie Bell IU Eula children aud these bereaved ones have the most sincere and heartfelt sympathy Payne 02 Mary McMlllen 80 Myria Hellen Dowell 88 Murray of the hosts of people who were proud to llst 89 Barclay 88 call their husband and father friend Gertrude Moseley 85 Mattie ISolssean 87 Grade III Hubert Gilbert 01 Maude The Sure La Grippe Cure Hanks 00 Katie Tlock 80 Helm There is no uso suffering from this Vaughan 8S Hilliard Biggs 85 Grade dreadful malady If you will only get the Hamsev 85 Grade II Edgar Bell and Matnle right remedy You are having pain all through your body your liver is out ol Railey Grade I Andrew Crawford 88 Bob order having no appetite no life or am ort W Vaughan 87 Willie Hanks 87 qition have a bad cold in fact are com- Katie McKaughn 80 In tho class work the interest continues pletely used up Electric Bitters is the be only remedy that will give you prompt to All good parents are requested to send their and sure relief They act directly on pupils regularly as this is one of the your Liver Stomach and Kidneys tone essential factors of an education Eugknk Gilmlaxi Teacher up tho whole system and make you feel like a now being They are guaranteed To Cure Cuoitlputloii forever to cure or price refunded For sale at TaUodscarots Candy Cathartic 10a or 25c It C C C fall to cure druggists refund money Short Haynes drugstore only 50 rents S mere of the Ellznbothfnwn News who Is known and loved by over hotly una Watls Dies at Louisville of the food pure wholesome and delicious mi AKIN0 POWDER Absolutely Pure KOTAl Â¬ Â¬ UKINO POWDC CO tw VOM PEDAGOGUES PAID Distribution of Salaries Made the Teachers happy Â¬ per boitlt Political The Hop W M Smith of Graves c juiity ex United State District Attorney for Kentucky has announced his candi d icy for the Dehiocratic nomination for Atoruey General Notes of More than twenty million free samples DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve have been distributed by the manufacturers What better proof of their confidence in its merits do you want It cures pilea burns scalds sores in the shortest space of time Short it Haynes Elder Court Driskeli and Miss Maude Elder were united in the holv bonds of matrimony at Hardiusburg Ky Tues- Â¬ day Oct 4 1808 at 4 oclock p m Itev win uano omciating uie pride was attired in a lovely traveling costume while tho groom wore tho oonvtirioiial black Immediately after tlie cerenuny the happy couple boarded Hit east hound train for Owensboro where they will spend their iionev moon aud attend thn Daviess county fair I hope their future life will be as bright as the beautiful sunshine and may their pathway be A fhiknd strewed witli rosew Mr Driskeli The race for auditor is made up witli four candidates for the Democratic nomination viz Gus G Coulter of Graves June V Gaylo of O von John B Chtt iniiilt of Madison and It M Collier of llariiaon Â¬ new Gatholio churcii at this placo He thinks they will be able to got the church up next spring MlflHiLiuale Haawoll wno has been absent daring the summer has returned home Mrs Roland Smith of Stpphensport was here one day last week visiting Mrs lder of dhenault vraa here last week visiting bis daughter Mrs Owen Cnnningbara He went from here to si end a day at the Owensboro fair H II Haynes and James Thomas twotyoung men from the Garfield neigh- Â¬ borhood lnt last week for Tnxas where onights The Board of Trustees should put in acotylenA gas and give us a littlo light on the streets The town paps got a flue revennn from the dog tax Alwut forty were run down worth from fifty cents to one dollar The asphalt controversy is Interesting a number of people who livn in tho im- Â¬ mediate vicinity of the mines in this county Meat and bread among a good The gubernatorial eleotion held in Georgia last Thursday resulted in the election of Hon Allen D Candler the No Griping or Pami democratic nominee for governor The democratic gain over the populists was Arrowsmith III Jan HI 18117 very heavy thero being over 70000 maDear Sirs I have been bothered for jority 15 years with constipation and I have tried many preparations during that time The Owensboro Fair was the Mecca of I commenced using Dr Caldwells politicians Wednesday Senator Goebel Syrup Pepsin in the fall of 1805 and un witli a large sized gubernatorial boom hesitatingly say it is the best remedy I was there and indulged in a great deal of handshaking P Wat Hardin the per- Â¬ For Infants and Children have ever found for my trouble No ennial and ever blooming candidate for griping or pains after taking governor was there with Tils forlorn hope The Kind You Have Always Bought Wst Hurt Yours etc who Ex Speaker of the house Beckham Chas O Martin druggist is candidate for the Lieutenant governor- Â¬ Bears tho a very fa present and DeWitfTwitch Hazel Salve ship wasimpression createdHarry Sum- Â¬- Signature of Col vorable Â¬ Â¬ County Superiutendont Diisktll paid out to the school teachers oi thiscouniy last Satdrday forty per cent of the school money that is due them from the statu The sum amounted to G 507 84 and lis distribution amon tho teachers whs an event that brought great plensuto to them The next disbursement will take placo in November when JO per cent will be paid out and in December and January thu remaining funds will be distributed among the teacliers Breckenridge county receives 510271 30 annually as a fund to defray the expenses of conducting the county school and so far as taxes are concerned the commonwealth is indeed generous in bearing tho larger share of tho burden It May Save Your Life A dose or two of Foleys Honey and Tar will prevent an attack of pneumo- Â¬ nia grip or severe cold if taken in time Cures coughs colds croups LaGrippe hoarseness difficult breathing whoop- Â¬ ing cough incipient consumption asth Â¬ ma or I rondbltis Gives positive relief in advance stages of consumption asth Â¬ A It ma or bronchitis Guaranteed It A Shellman Fisher Cloverport Rtepheusport Gordon Haynes Pates yillp E A Witt Hardinsburg A New Mill announced in a recent issue of the Nkws thn Stepliensport Boiler Mills aro to b- - placed in operation Thn plant has been purchased tiy E M Roberts aud I M Parsons aud is to lie conducted as a 50 barrel mill This new enterprise will be ol viBt benefit to the commercial intorests of Stepherisport Ah whs Cheap Living Iu Japan a man can live like a gentle- Â¬ man on 00 a year This sum will pay the rent of a house the wages of two ser Â¬ vants aud supply plenty of food One Minute Cough Cure cures Thit la what It was made lor Cure Plica Scalds Burna -- YOU CAN FIND AT J WHAT YOU NEED V V Dress Goods Coverts Broad Cloths Ladies Cloths Serges Novelties PERCALES CALICOES GINGHAMS MADRAS Gapes Dress Trimmings 4 Buttons New Cr stal Button Braids Black and Colors All Via liUII ilia VUU now Miinirfl in See our Plush Cupes fur VjW lit- trimmed and braided at ings and stifienings Brush 2 250 3 and 350 Bindings Velvoteon Bindings Rugs Moquetts Smyrna Carpets All wool at 50c a yd C 0 at 10c a yd 1 4 wool at 35o a yd Cotton at 2 lc a yd Floor oil cloths TRUNKS VALISES TELESCOPES SUIT BOXES GO AWAY BAGS Gloyes A special line of Hose kid Corsets High Bust P D- 1 appobi jDr1 Bulli Conga Syrup never dia- - gloves at thesa who uie It for obktinalf pnughs It cold AaA inllatloM of the throat ad lung sUndi unrivaled ai a remedy for the threat and ImtflfdtH Sold by all druggisU fur j cu I- 75c 100 - Blacks reds browns and blues t25 Wool Cotton Lislo American Lady ModelfForm And othor well known brands Plain and Bibbed LADIES AND MISSES VEST AND PANTS HAMBURG LACES INSERTIONS HANDKERCHIEFS RIBBONS FLANNELETTE OUTING CLOTH for wrappers DEWEY TABLE COVERS Blankets All wool 10 4 blanket a fine ono at Â¬ SCHOOL BOOKS AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES NEW LINE OF i H i HARDIN8BURG IbjOJj tyleJ Ladies Collars All sizes Corsets Short corsets in all lengths at all Corset prices Waists Yarns Homo spun Saxony Spanish Yarn Imported Yarn Black all colors James Hook our city baker KLrWwwk HM Joee8 Mercer was liero laat week from 7 r Lthtiavllle H4vk Miller Sc Co are shipping a ged deal of wheat Tbere la talk now of a now railroad dept for this place iCkcult Court will last at least twp weks may be longer Bgineer HuJaon of the Texas ytfh iajtcwtt one day laht week iMta Matilda Aabcraft of Meade count tivWtlng Mrs J AVitt gaeeriBtaBdent Uriskell was pavjag off fobopl teacliera laat Saturday JltaVues A ilro of Harned have sold a bigWt of Curriers fertilizira this fall Ap doga must wear a tax Ua or twbjfl bo where Toney hid the wedw Araaa of Hudoavillehaa re aiful aa a wttaber of the litcal Court IHTata the claver and accommndatlng HMvaaaa baa his bus to meet all the trttiH uaa Kdna Anderson and Miss Sun Sraajtaar of Union Star aro visiting Mis OnWiagbaat JasM Whitworth accorapanied con rjipiM nrn Butlth to McDaaiela and Union 12Jtol4 NEW STYLES PQMPADOUR PUEFS AND UNION SUITS DRESSING SACQUES 400 a Pair Cotton Blankets 50c 75c CHILDRENS CAPS CRUSH BELTS AND BELT BUCKLES Wool Wrappers BABY SACKS BABY CAPS BABY BOOTEES l Wool Flannels Whito Grey Bluo Black at 20c McINTOSHES UMBRELLAS RUBBER SHOES P6MJApQUR COMBS DEWEY HAIR PINS BEAUTY PINS BOWS AND STRING TIES For The 100 a Pair Bby 7 COMFORTS and 50c 26c 30c- - 35c 50c 75c 85c and 100 For Wet Weather Skirts Flannol Skirts Satine Skirts Moreen Skirts Cotton Skirls 3ti Full lino of Braiiurd Armstrongs stamp Â¬ ed linens aud em Â¬ Canton Flannels Brown Bleached and Colors Sheets Wido Hem a great bargain Draperies size 10 4 CRASH TABLE LINENS NAPKINS Full broidery silks at 50c each Deninis Double faced flannels Silkolcnes tap alsrlnr residence aau ifAe Baker Bros have treated a part of tneUr Polite and attentive clerks who are willing to serve you promptly an accommodating cashier who will always give you change fpr your money COME IN AND SEE v wuu liieiu VfcriiMy Driskeli and ijL ajHr were luarrltd heiraut moUir -- tHh I at Wadaeedaif kM I QMWport 4Mt ll ftihr nettle lo attrid Kylw wrllilitiff Gain v ul In LnufavllUi young lailitH cum up H sd m I mJMMmJI jkl ff Ifl 2k MJaVaaaaUaaW a m m W t- 1 VEST A Ui-4- - SONS run down to the Owensboro Mir before returning Conductor Titford handled a fine lot of to Make an Old Drew Look Like passengera Sunday He Bays tfavel was n Si 4 7 0 Salvage Editors and Prtprlttri If li New with Ten Cent Package ot good last week Diamond Dyet Glen Fishor was numbered with tho Almost every women hit one or mote dresses nick last week but was able to be out WEDNESDAY Ofjr 12 18D3 at that areofeood material but fided or of unfmhlon- able color With a ten cent tutelage tf Diamond church Sunday Uyet yon can color any one of those d esses to look Miss Alma Mattlngly and her father like new that letting-- practically a nrw dicss for a visited relatives in Owensboro and took Diamond lire are preparid trifling eipenie sneciallv lor home use and the ftimi directions nn in the fair last week every package make It Impotilble for any one to fail Mrs 1 O Moorman and her two chil with Ihrie dyet It it but little more trouble to me dren who are visiting in Uowlnyvllle and thtm than it would be to Willi the labrlc You can color anything any color with Diamond Big Spring villi return Friday llrti llltuci rloiki wrapt leithrrt to king Ktldlo Moorman showed teaching abl ribbons can all be made to look like nrw with these great innney saving dyet rhey make ubso Itv Friday when he presided iu MlbH lutely fist colon that aie true to name and give Aro gaining faror rapidly retuitt inferior to much of the dying done by job Moormans room she being sick lliulneij men and trnvcl-dye houses Mrs O L Cornwall returned to her Sai H a To get the to lets carry them In rest W 5 have dlfTirent best retuitt ititalwas necessarj this himoin Louisville- Monday after two dyet for cotton and wool and on pockets ladlea carry them weks with her parents Mr aud Mrs account there are some fifteen Diamond Dyet spec In purses housekeepers keep them In medicine BRECKENRIDGE NEWS A NEW DRESS FOR TEN CENTS ny Jraird SPLENDID VALUES Dress Goods Por ynrt1 Blid Qrecnt Brown Black Drab nnd other shades Henrietta 30 HAIR VIGOR ivill promptly stop inches wide worth 25c the hair from falling and stimulate it to new growth Por yard for tho very nowest things in Novelty Plaids and Chocks All the lateBt Some vctrs ago m hlr btgxn to ftM oui and I became mite bMd Jtvs d-- colors 36 inches wido good at COc I SIX PAGES Hoods p I III clotttt friends recommend them to friends Me Â¬ CAPES Brown - Man is only a perfect animal when hu 1b a perfect brute ally pteiared for cotton and mixed goods Ho sure to get a cotton dye if ou wish to lolor cotton of mixed goods Never allow a dealer to tell jou something else wten you want Diamond Dyet even though he can make a larger profit on the Imitation Diamond Dyet have stood the test of years of use and are the original package dyet for home dying Was the uprising of the Minnesota Indians a protest against the AntM3caIp ingbill hard to tell which is the lesser of the two eylls or Agulnaldo FALLS OF ROUGH Plenty of drummers here last week John Rankius went to Uardinsburg Old Mr John Fentress is severely ill Miss Nannie Fisher still prolongs her visit Georgo Harl moved to Kock Vale last J Dean Mrs Ruth Diwson of Ltmlsport has been hero lor a week with her daughter jire mm Aiameny wuo still Has levor with no perceptible improvement The latest Glendoatto wedding was Sunday afternoon Tho Rev Rutledgo officiated and the happy ones were Mr Bob Davis and Misa Nora Osborne Clint Willis was the happiest man at W It Is nwch easier to keep the half tohen you have it than it is to re- Â¬ store its lost If your hair coming out is it needs Instant attention The use of AVERS 25c ft Per yard for Novelty and Brocaded Dross Goodfi 31 inches wide in Blues ithen and Green effects 250 150 For an eighteen inch length Plush Cape Oil Braid and Jot Trimming Tliibet ur around collar A good nrtlclo at 350 x for an Astrachan or Cloth Capo with largo collar and fur trirrimed down front Worth 275 48c vised to try Its S at 500 Christmas bring her home to stay 10 4 Blankets in either Gray or Whito Saturday thb small boy Invaded the country threw clubs climbed trees Kditob Watterbon seems to bj break Â¬ Bhook limbs tore his clothes risked his life and trudged back Into in the after- Â¬ Comforts vfoll made very cheap at ing his nock In an effort compromise week Mrs Peyton anticipates going to Louis- Â¬ noon with a low nuts and much fatigue with dishonor Big hearted Pat Dillons smiling face ville soon Miss Mary Head returned home Sun Â¬ is a joy forever and a sight of him on and had used tt bat a Ab a preliminary step toward raising day Sundays train drove away the blues evening short time when my the wind Spain has ordered 25000 bu- Â¬ Such rum are better than riches lessen hair ceased to fait out Lafe Beauchamp has caught a new for a Childs I tho work for doctors and inako easier gles for her army esssUE5- - WMJM and a nco and Wgor string to his bow the work of the minister ousgromthmade Us apÂ¬ lUU Jacket and Mr and Mrs Sam Morgan went to pearance My hair is I shall make no attempt to name all Boss Quays fondness for sugar stock ixuisviue Saturday Punts with Coat or Sail- Â¬ ndtt abundant and who attended the Daviess county fair For a Dongola was merely the manifestation of a sena- Â¬ Smith Qucrtermous and wife went to last week Walter and Henry Moorman glossy or Collar in Brown and Laco or But Owensboro Thursday THOS DUNN Sr and Ernest McDonald were among torial weakness Black ages four to fif-Â¬ Rxkvtile Wis Allie Cooper Itock Vale attended those w 10 went Saturday Air McDon ton Shoo either Tan or ft l ald is spending a few days in Owensboro Owensboro fair last week teen years Black sizes 2 to GJ Put not your faith In goose bones or and Henderson tho latter place is his They corn husks as weather signs They are school athave auite a ilurinhinir sinviru Homo Coin toe Union Chappie QI K buys cliJIdB like dreams they go by contraries Miss Arrin Ryhertson and Masters AS USUAL Col Green went to Owensboro Wed I im U Jacket and Owen Hunter and Walter aud Elliott neailay to attend the fair Moorman are out for graduation from Pants made in tho latest Meddlesome Emperor Billy Hohenloe Mrs Mercer and Miss Cora Wlninitn the For cither Tan common school course this term Colonel Harry Mordue of the Henderson visited at William Jones has no business with the Phillipines Btylos either Reefer or Theyll succeed for each Is determined is Strictly fa It or Black cloth Ed Carv of the United KtatM atari I In the undertaking but thats the very reason why he Our former grad- Â¬ Coat Collar part wool ing army is visiting his parents top or plain uates have been singularly successful All sizes meddles and serviceable Ages An interesting literary at the Kock As much is ahead of these Louisville day at the Owensboro fair Worth more 1 i Vale school house every Friday night Vic Robertson spent a few days in wits a glittering success The Commer Â¬ inFjaicimo uiiuuii yuani lour to i Pride goetn before a fall and Ilandolnh Smith is tho truest of MIw Hardin county last week Ho returned cial club city officials and sovouty flve Uncle Sam may prove tho stumbling oauie uiemons every Sunday evening with one of the best harnesa homm Km picked policemen with a band and hun- Â¬ dreds of other Loulsvilllans laid aside block In tho way of Germanys crazy and Mrs Mercer was the truest of Sister county had A regular wind burning their business vain glorious Kaiser Miller several dava while Bro Miller waa trotter and pacer whose record Is suffi fraternizing cares and spent tho day with the vast crowds of peo cient to delight any owner or lover of at conference horses Vic who nau at Owensboro This village and neighborhood waa but goes for itnot only deserves ittbe best pletake in thocongregateupeople of Louis- Â¬ to It is estimated that the war cost Spain largely fair The and always gets represented at tne Owensboro ville deserve the highest praise for Bhow about 300000000 a sum almost equal Tom Robertson who moved to Jefferfair last week to the cash surplus Uncle Sam had on son county two or three years ago has ing a disposition to get acquainted with Mrs Scott Robinson and little daueh their country cousins It will result in moved back band at the close of hostilities ter Lillle took in the sights in Owens- Â¬ I soe any one to Glendeane Whenever a world of good who returns to Glendeane boro last week The Henderson Route covered itself I think of what the genial Dave MoorOne of the most successful exponents Mrs Mercer Sister Miller Mrs Stnrmn man ouce said If a follow once drinks With elorv bv thn mannnr in nhmh It The C50 people of practical politics is President and Mrs Alilam were guesta of Mrs J out of Daniels Creek hell never forget uanaieu the crowd it and wander where he will hell come aboard the special train were all provid- Â¬ Cabrera of Guatemala who elected him- Â¬ D Duncan Monday ed with seats and every comfort and Kev Whittinuhlll and littla son nf hack self by stufllng the ballot box attention the could Louisville was the guest of Mrs Henry Eli Storms of McDaniels waa here lbe train made officialstime and provide good Ghambliss a part of last week Sunday on his way to Uardinsburg It happy Col Harry Mordue all were who gave The numerous marriages that have The ltock Vale misses are niakinif was his first trip here for some time his time recently taken place in this county eyes at their handsome school teacher He states that he has been staying at excursion and personal attention to the added to his splendid reputahome so closely that he feels like he is tion and waa represented with a beauti- Â¬Â¬ anl looking daggers at each other would indicate that prosperity in Breck Mrs Ed Sheridan of Louiflvilln war in the city when ho comes over here ful watch charm by the excursionists as enridge is something more than the the ituest of her parents Mr anil Mm Had it been on a week dav he mnl1 a token of appreciation for the excellent shadow of a substance have seen busiueas enough to remind service ho accorded them John Hughes a few days lost week him of a city sure onoiigh We call especial attention Mif s Nannie J Green reports favorable to our A letter from Prof Crabbe states that With a few more farmers like Alv results from the written examination Prom a Kentucky Woman he will be in attendant e at the Associa Â¬ Foote of Irvington Breckenridge would submitted to her school last Friday tion next Saturday His coming will bo Glendale Ky Sept 28 1898 Mrs not only raise her own hog and hominy Mrs Bob Eakridee Mrs Henrv HntW Hailed When your L1VKR and ICIDN1EYS are the direct cause of Nlnoty Wlve Per with delight by a good many of but she would eclipse the Blue Grass as Miss Kate Butler and Jou Jones nnrn the older teachers who are pupils of his Rosa woodrlng of this place waa a Cunt of the diseases of the body Wh should a face wear wrinkles and dark streaks below the eyes why that tired feeling when nature Intended otherwise when sight seeing in Owensboro fair week All thit week Comprising aud by all the youngers ones who know great sufferer from pains in one of her a blooded stock raising region Mrs John Eskridee and dauchtar him by reputation Ability energy en limbs from the knee to the toes Her trimmed in nice stylish ideas Mfca sHnrn nnra nnuofa nf f a IT it I mritVlt thusiasm experence are four powers he foot swelled bo she could not wear her nriniHi rtlfila loaliint a Pkehb dispatches report that Spain is and Mrs Sheridan Mondav afternoon offers to the Irvington college Will positively relieve and cue when all others ail anr disease the human body is heir to Our lowest May it shoe She began taking aigrettes and buckles Hoods Sarsapa surprised at the attitude of the American charge Is five dollars but we will forwarJ medicine and full Instructions fnr Ttkln lI Sunday school once a day every Sun- - prosper I 1 When you have been relieved you will remit the rehiainluir three dollars I Ulfi 1 1 M lntm rilla and it cured her This is an in- Â¬ rl l AT EXTRAORDINARY peace commissioners It seems to a man day and preaching every Sunday and Miss Aila Morgan of Bowling Green Our Cold lUmedy a Positive Cure lOoby mall IffU WUIUIU stance when Hoods Sarsaparilla cured bunilfty nKt the pastor Kev Miller will recite at Utopia Hall on Saturday up a tree that it is high time for the Dons LOW PRICES Mr and Mrs M W Stone David night Oct 22 for the benefit of the when other medicines failed for Mrs Co to cease being aurprised at Yankee sur- Â¬ Ch ambl lea and neice Mies Mabel were school library Besides enjoying her Woodrlng had tried many different rem prises Walnut Street P O Hox tSi A B WKUKICII Dlt guests at Mr John Eskridges Sunday 003 recitation you will nelp place good iiter edies without avail Ihlladelpbia Paj Advising Physician STEPHENSPORT KY The milliner is here and ready to show turo beforo our hove and girls II you at Â¬ Its a hundred to one shot that every her goods and trim your hats up stairs tend Miss Morgan is n good elocution one of the thirteen applicants for divorce over Col Graens store The mhlinery ist wnose work was well received by the in the next session of the circuit court shop is a favorite lounging placo for the Kentucky State Teachern Association which met in her city in 1897 will be willing to swear that love is village girls of afternoons Our merchants Sunday were a tired Jack Frost surely is offended at some Â¬ blind but that marriage is a good eye thing to delay his visit bo late I guess looking set but full of talk and fine hu- Â¬ k3 doctor he understood last year by the appear- Â¬ mored They did an unusually big busi Â¬ It was ance of so many sour faces and frowns of ness Saturday Deweese said one of the busiest days we ever and Little Alfonso King of Spain has displeasure that he was not welcome our sales wero very satisfactoryhad Jeff therefore he feels a little hurt and is not grown an inch in the post year and waiting for an Owen said for W 0 Moorman Its a invitation fact we couldnt wait on all our custom Â¬ his Subjects fear that he will be smaller ers Never were busier in our Uvea ifian his fattier If the kid should stop It Hiti tbs Spot i Jeff has one regular customer growing right now he will be big enough When suffering from a severe cold and in a good town 30 miles away who lives jfitlt but who for his job your throat and lungs feel sore take a always comes to Glendeane for all he dose of Foleys I I Honey and Tar wants So much for being whole souled Inees will be at anu a good salesman I Gkoikik D Saxton President McKin when the sore Tue writer regrets that he was unable leys brother-in-laonce relelvedl was killed at Can i warm great- - to be present celebration ten Ohio the other day by Mrs Anna ful feeling and Dealing of the parts af- Â¬ of Mrs Sallie at tbe birthday Wednesday Robertson last O George his discarded mistress By fected will be experienced and you will It is impossible to describe some ot the uretty occasions where kindred mingle reason of the prominence of Saxtons say It feels so good It hits the spot connections his fate will furnish moral Â¬ It is guaranteed A R Fisher Clover and aged oye s behold the youth beauty expectation and fair promise of loving ists a splendid opportunity to preacli port Gordon Haynes Patesvllle grandchildren who are happy in respect- Â¬ from the text 7 the wages of sin is R A Shellinan Stephensport E A ing honoring and loving grandma It is impossible for us to know what a great death Witt Uardinsburg day it was for grandma Robertson wlum her ftur living children twenty six of 810U Reward 8100 GLENDEANE her thirty grandchildren and friends swelling the number to sixty met to The readers of this paper will be pleased celebrate her 8o birthday tier living to learn that there is at least one dread Teachers Association next Saturday children the two Mrs Moormaus and BtrO ed disease that science has been able to Considerable complaint of weevil in Charley and Bob Robertson are known cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh wueai throughout Breckenridge county Any Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive Hugh Hardaway was here last week to attempt to speak of their business social or christian qualities would be futile cure known to the medical fraternity buy cattle Her grandchildren number some Catarrh being a constitutional dlstiose John Deane left Satuidav for Mir hiran best business men In Brcckonrldgeof theÂ¬ -counCity Indiana requires a constitutional treatment ty and a large share of Glendeanes fair LzV OHAu Jesse Clarkson stock buyer from Big ones are noted is possessed by her grand Â¬ Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally as- Â¬ Springs is here daughters The dinuer was good and acting directly on the blood and mucous bountiful the pleasant remrmberances I surfaces of the system thereby destroy Â¬ week IIforDeweese goes to Louisville this in the way of packages aud if goods bundles of ing the foundation of the disease and appropriate present wero numerous let Mrs Jesse Howard was in Louisville a t is is giving the patient strength by building part of last week ters irom parties at Owensboro and other points wero read from tlosi who up the constitution and assisting nature Col and Mrs Eli Dean will yisit a part could not attend To my mind these btHer In doing its work The proprletore have of this week in Louisville were prettiest The young boys and girls Bill Vessels came up from Owensboro happy as only hnppy children can be bo much faith in its curative powers will Breckenridiere the sing o tio good old f tshlonml song that they offer One Hundred Dollars for ounuuy tor a lew days Here 7r such as take the age back to youth the Mr and Mrs Jas Payne of Harned any case that it falls to cure Send for k ngeu uurisuau sou Air unarley JObert are visiting at Joe Mattingiya lists of testimonials Mrs W J Deane accompanied her Bon reading from tbe Bible and his Address FJ CHENEY Co Toledo O daughter home words of commeut advice and encour- Â¬ usvj fyeye Monday morning agement grandma Robertson herself UttTSold by Druggists 76c Mr Obenchains nephew Chas Mor- Â¬ who as one of -U the granddaughters said ris ot Pellville is here for a day or bo never lobbed prettier than she did then Protracted Meeting Master Roy Moorman continues sick dressed in white with her pure white I JL f Rev W B Kutledge pastor of the with but little change in his condition Baptist church will commence a Mrr Joe Mattiugly was Boriously ill hair and smiling face that looked love at on the fifth Sunday of last week but la much belter at this every one of us X this month at night Rev Walter A writing f f Vffl im11 Whittle an able minister will assist A stubborn cough or tickling in tho Mr George Carwile has Improved aud f 2 him t la considerably better than reported two throat yields to One Minute Cough Cure J Wirt ii Jtj S weeks ago Harmless in effect touches the right im u hj j CM A Take Dr Bulli Cough Syrup for all Miss Jennie Green and Dr Harris spot reliable and just what is wanted those dangerous affections tevere cnldt pleurisy Falls of Rough Hn in X ilnii attended preaching at li acts at once Short Havnes i j and grippe which till and winter Lrings along Goshen Sunday it twi iik It is tLe gieatttt cure for bronchitis and all throat pt 1 Mi a Maggie Wilson Saud Knobs at am lung affections 2j n i i UP -tractive anu successful school marm was r WJ ui in lo 141 Q in town Saturday Great Saving J 1 popular constable Alex Eflkrlil Our disease by the timely use of J I There cannot be too much considera Â¬ and bis sou Ernest It tion given the cause of education Have the Owensboro fair spent last week at Tints Liver Pills an old and an w itU 111 Si nii You once thought whore you were going lr l Messrs F K Rho lea and Koht Spen- Â¬ favorite remedy of increasing 53 tV nri to send your children They can obtain 3 9MI the fume advantages at the Irvington cer substantial citizens of McDaniula were here trading Saturday popularity Always cures College for less money than elsewhere Ex Constable Willie Carwllo has been dangerously ill but he Is rallying now O ail we hope will boob be out again sour stomach malaria indiges- Â¬ MMKMYMMMjtBNgM Mica Irene Board went over Saturday Ktfoa Ure and tpentSjiaday with Misa Carrie Oweu tion torpid liver constipation at her plMMHt home The Heights J and all bilious diseases One Minute Ceugh Cure cutm ak Meatman went to Louiaylll for geede latt wwk He found time for a Tfct it what It wu uade fef Miss Nannie Baaham of Harned If Madam Rumor is right Clint will acout Goshen Sunday He had his very best jfcair Blankets ARp 350 48c Boys Fur or Plush sorgo and nicely beaded and braided For an Elegant Full tbneth and Sweep Capo lined with iancv Very cheap MjKtlj lSeaor Clothing flfl Ladies Shoes 01 t M 100 Â¬ 0 9 125 Â¬ Â¬ THE FjT l A Beautiful Oil Painting mounted in a handsome gold or oxydized silver frame an ornament to any home FREE with every 1000 worth of goods Come and get a card pe 1 Cloverports Leading One Price House MILLINERY DISPLAY HATS WHY GROW OLD THE INFALLABLE REMEDY The Infallable Remedy Â¬ Â¬ MRS M BLAINE B F BEARD - CO HARDINSBURG KENTUCKY j 0 10 r k Â¬ Thi store seeks your patronage upon the Krbad plane honest merchandise at honest prices No cheap no shoddy stuff but fresh cleans goods of -- - -- the reliable kind at no higher prices than the more inferior of other houses Merchandise backed by the firms guarantee for style durability and worth Ahdwith the your purchase surance that your money will be refunded in and its tatriety unsatisfactory Our new fall stock store in and excellence cannot be approached by any find great values here Ipf the You reasorithat all goods handled have been selected with an You make no mistake by tradihg with to quality Weve got the goods WeveYeve got the cash Weve got the peoples confidence by got the talent too methods fain and true - t -- li 1 i It Arrest J I JTIV mw 1 JB cAfflS ToniA SICK HEADACHE I TUTTS Liver PILLS if Bp inn tBEARD HARDINSBURiB - KYrf f1 jgfl iil 1iil x 11 Breckenridge WRDNF8DAY OOf News 12 1898 GROSSLY MISMANAGED Hon D DIFFICULT fiAS Taking a Census In Tut key Us No Soft Snap FARMERS INSTITUTES Â¬ f a T BANK JL or Suffered Kltlaer CMt Years Tho taking o tho consult In eastern IMaVcaUy Katlreljr eA lay Mettles Smith Roasts the countries Is fraught with great difficulties Dr P W Footc Makes an Eloand reliable statistics are hard to find on Managers of the War quent Pica for Such the account In Turkey it Is almost im possible to get satisfacliory census re Institutions Deliver a Red Hot Democratic Speech turns because of the passive resistance R Â¬ Why Suffer Agony When DONS COMPLETE TILE CURE 18 gtinriuiteod to euro you It in tho discovery of un omiiiont physician No Knife I No HAEDDTSBURG n F DKARD President WILL MILLER Vlwlrceldent M If liKAKl Casi Ifr Â¬ Friday Night On Friday evening Congressman David the voteis ol lover port on the principles of democracy He was Introduced to a crowd of about 200 pi rsons in fnnt of the Mitchell Ho tel by Jme Whltworth chairman oft ho county d nvicratlc committee Mr Smith who has been speaking daily for the past three weeks warn fillet ed with hoareentss but when liu got warmed up to his subject his voice was II Umilli addrtMH d placed in tho way by officials and people Says The Philadelphia Presr- The correspondence between the board of health of tho Ottoman empire aud the chief clerk of tho provincial government of Damascus furnlslios au amusing ex ample Tho board of health worried by Interruption of Business alike He Points Out Their Value and Urges That one be Formed Here cured thousands nnd will euro you MIIT S WILOOX prominent morchant politician and chief of tho Chattanooga Firo Department Bays Tho first treatment brings immedinto relief It has iffTw BEAnllY 11 tMOKRiWWKIUDail M 1 - JOLIY DIUKCTOUS J TIHU INTEK8T fin IN lEMHIlS Â¬ fc i V Wi it1 It i t ry m fL W r clear and plain He prefaced his Bpeech by a declara- Â¬ Rw A jMeacHAtff0OPHD tion that every democratic member of tat PretldlnK Elder MEOhurch BbaronPa the last congress was actuated by the highest and most patriotic motives in all writes Dr Feantri his actions pertaining to the war I suflered 35 years with kidney difHe said that democrats forgot party ficulty Sbhie xo years ago I used 3 bot- Â¬ lines and afliliatlons in their patriotic tles 6t your Kidney and Backache Cure zeal to arm the president and administra I can truly say that since that time I tion witli the power andmeanBof placing low have had less backache than I had in 10 an army in the Held and t quipping it in 1 In Damascus all people must die such a manner that a speedy termination minutes before I took the Cure I feel according to the will of Allah somo in of hostilities should result eatlrely cured He said that it was due to the demo thir old age others while young 2 That we dont know Allah alone ctatsin congress that a contemplated -may know t war loan of 500000000 was held up DRUGGIST 3 Sinco we can remember no one II Hardinsburg Kentucky Should this have been ated the bonds ever died in Damascus for lack of water would have gone into the hands of a 4 Since Allah sent Mohammed bis syndicate that had been formed for that The Vision or God prophets who swept the world with fire purpose The pure In heart ihall surely tec the face of As a result of the efforts of the congress- and sword much has been improved ONK INBTITUTK FOR UKkCKIjNniDriK COUNTY God The object of this letter Is to appeal to men on the democratic Bide hacked by a But there is still much to bo done and Prom titty darkening ilm of eye and aenie everywhere there are opportunities to all interested farmers in tho county to tin- - popular The Holy Spirits grace shtll cleanse their mortal powerful puhlio sentiment eyes loan of 200000000 was made instead help and to improve matters And now write by all means aud do it at once And give them mystic power to note eterna and the bonds went into the hands of the my sweet lamb ey thill of the wist stop and let us secure an institute in our m things asking questions for that will benefit county say at Irvington the Duluth people Jehovahs throne majesty girt around about Mr Smith spoke at length on the mon- Â¬ neither yo t nor anybody else It is not of our county unequaled facilities of With lines and ranks of flaming cherubim This visTon beatific Shall hecin ey question He said that tlm silver good that man should worry about mat- Â¬ transportation and in every way fit to be Wnlle et Irild earthly scenes they stay dollar remained thu saino valu h I ways ters that concern but Allah alone Salem honored by such an assemblage We And bethelr portion and their I Inly Joy Alelkum Peace he with you will have a meeting lasting t or 4 days When they have passed the separating flood Of That it would purchase tho Maine now as where hundreds of farmers from tills and death it always has but thu gold dollar has apAnd gained the light bathed hills and vales ho preciated in pricu and will purchase Dr Bulls Cough Syrup the Peoples adjoining counties and oven neighboring Iriend has beenln use over fifty years It cures yond states will bo brought together to talk on mon the teverutt affection of the throat and lungs such 4runs the olden promise clear and sweet likened silver to a true and loyal as bronchitis grippe laryngitis and Incipient con- farm topics and not politics where home He Of Him who spaki with lips annotated from on and foreign talent cau be brought face to high- - friond which stays by a person in the sumption Trice only 35 tents a bottle face in the discussion of the wavs and hour of need and necessity p forming means most likely to promote our best IN OLDEN DAYS DeWitts Witch Hazel Salvo has tho all its honest functions QolJ on the agricutural interests largest sale of any Salvo in the world other hand was cowardly and base dt The successful This fact and its merit has led dishonest serting the land when most needed and Sabbath Began With the Selling or Sat- farmer of long experience will be there trying it possible 10 find a better way peoplo to attempt to counterfeit it Look refusing to preform all its just obligaurdays Sun and improve on old methods The state out for tho man who attempts to deceive tions in an honest manner will provide us a botanist and chemist to you when you call for DeWitta Witch In regard to the late war with Spain A description of the old New Erg and tell us about plants plant life and plant Uazel Salvo the great pile euro Short Mr Smith said it was grossly misman Â¬ Haynes aged Iu the lirst place too large an Sabbath Ib calculated to make restless food as regards application of commercial army had been placed in the field At children of the present day and possibly fertilizers etc and how to reclaim our no time was it found necesary to send somo of their eldets thankful they were run down farms The grain farmer the Prolific Mothers not born two centuries ago stock farmer the horticulturist and last ThtfMnuiciparYear iBook of Berlin moro than 40000 troops from the shores The Sabbath began Satunlay afternoon but not least the young man of pluck and of this country to fight the enemy shows thnfone wStnan in that city 41 with the going down of the sun industry who has decided to educate Then there was rank favoritism in the yeareoldtliu mother ol 20 children In Sunday morning a horn was loudly himself specially for a farmer or manager 1800 thoro were five families with 10 awarding of contracts for supplies for the blown to announce the hour of worship of eomo other mans farm will be there children 10 with 18 17 with IT 32 with soldiers Instead of giving out contracts service began at 0 oclock and lasted And to this young man I especially de10 03 witlUG 83 with 14 nnd 12J with for uniforms in comparatively small eight hours with an intermission of one sire to give encouragement for it is an blocks to manufacturers scattered all 13 Twoliuudred pairs of Berlin parents hour for dinner and conversation n alarming fact that three fourths of our counted fit dozen children each the over the country the government gaye the earliest days the congregation sat on young men ore leaving the farms and them cnt forJarge quantities cf suits and mother lilone case heing otily 20 years rude benches their seats being assigned going to town to uccept a little clerkship old A mother of 18 offspring was 35 supplies to a favored few iu the East them at town meeting The service con- Â¬ or become a dude years old while women of 23 anu 20 had thus delaying the equipping of the sisted of several parts which are chron This is all worug work is but the lot of borue eight and five children respec- Â¬ troops icled in an ancient diary as follows man and is always honorable and euo Then there wbb the selection of camp tively Preliminary prayer or invocation ste8 hat wore fever infected and pesf chapter of Biblo read and expounded bliug No one profession cau claim all S the talent nor even the best talent If Educate Tour Iloweli With Cxsrarets leutial Many a brave hoy aufTered and lValin Candy Cathartic cure constipation forevar in meter read out line by line by you want a doctor lawyer preacher lOoSSc If ao Onfall drueRlstsrelundmoBey died because of the gross incompetence Deacon S long prayer 011 various mat clerk agent school teacher or any man of those at the head of he military af Â¬ teis one hour aud a half sermon of 100 of that kind I can send you a car load Lime For Grain Crops fairs Mr Smith tcored the adminis- Â¬ to 1G0 pages At close of service baptism but if you can send me one good intelli Â¬ appointing such men as young With corp and wheat the increased tration sinners put on trial confessed before con gent iiidustrious educated farmer that yieda produced by applying different Alg r young James U Blaine Scott gregation Minister U bowed right and amonnta el lime placed the limit of profit Hayes aud Itussell Harrison to impor Â¬ left no pertou stirring till he had passed will fill a contract and do it right just put him uu the fast train and dont stop with an application of 40 bushels per tant cominapds in the army simply be down aud out of the meeting house till Irvington is called were madti on the causa they were sous of their fathers acre Theivtests There must be a change and there is a grounds of the Maryland Experiment ThesH men knew nothing pf military change going 011 in some states for the Buoklens Arnica Salve Station Lime fn connection with pas science and their political pulls were furmerd are leaving us far in the rear Increased the yield slightly and produced their only qualifications Tiik Burr Salvk iu the world for Cuts Ho alsoecored McKinley for appoint Â¬ Bruises Sores Ulcers Salt Itlieuin Fe- Â¬ Naturally they are not smarter than we a marked improvement on the set of grass Twenty Lushela of stone lime per ing a horse dog and cat doctor to the ver Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chil- Â¬ nor more industrious Simply better acre applied for corn in 1803 produced position of surgeon general at Ohicama- - blains Corns and all Skiu Eruptions educated farmers better posted in their increase of 110 percent on the bay crop srua At he close of tho speech Mr and postively cures Pilos or no pay re- Â¬ profession Well the farmers institute and first of 1800 and a second application of lime Smith said that be was not yet ready to quired It is guaranteed to give perfect class agricultural papers is the source That satisfaction or money refunded Price 25 bushels of corn produced an increase declare himself on expansion from whence our light must come and was an hsue that must be passed upon 25 cents per box For sale by Short of 00 per cent of grain 1807 the institute is without doubt the quickby the party So far as he was concerned Haynes In Memorlam est light we cau get So let us have the he was willing that tills country should On September 20 at 530 the death acquire Cuba or Porto Rico by honora- Â¬ A Little Sermon institution at Irvington and the way to angel visited the homo of Mr and Mrs ble means As to the Philippines we If you are getting lazy watch James get ills to write immediately to the J M Fitch and took from them their might acquire a coaling station there If your faith is below par read Paul Hon Lucas Moore Frankfort Ky aud only daughter little Edith age five years but the grave subject of providing a gov- Â¬ If you aro impatient sit down quietly ask for an institute in Breckenridge Weep not d ar father aud mother for ernment for the barbarous natives should and have a talk with Job If you are county and at Iryington little Edith is safo in the arms of her causo us to give the matter the most care- Â¬ getting weak kneed take a look at I hope he will be deluged with letters Heavenly Father Db P W Footk Elijah H there is no song in your heart from this county ful consideration listen to Dayid If you are getting sor-Â¬ Oct 3rd 1898 Dear darling Rdlth now we miss you Bennty la Blood Deep Thba ait gonefrom us but not far did spend awhile wiih Isaiah If you Clean blood mean a clean skin No Thou if t gone where Jesus will keep you feel chilly get tho beloved desciple to Safety beauty without it Cuscorcts Candy CatharComfort To receive a crown all decked with stars tic clean your blood and keep it clean by put his-- arms around you If you are stirring up the lazy liver and driving all im- loosing sight of the future climb up to In the cold dampgrave we aid that purities from the body Begin to day to llirds there sing at early dawn Revelation and get a glimpse of tho Louisville banish pimples boils blotches blackheads and Now our home Is sad and lonely and that sickly bilious complexion by taking promised land Boston Gazette Since our darling Is dead and gone Cascarets beauty for ten cents All druggists satisfaction guaranteed 100250600 GoiA You Invite disappointment when you experiment DeWitts Little Early Risers are pleasant easy thorough little pills Fait Mall Lin Ustwsen They cure constipation and sick head actio just as sure s you take them Haynes Louisville Short Evansville X KJ M JITi cholera spreading in tho of Turkey sent out a circular with blanks containing four queries to all the cities of Turkoy The queries wore 1 What is tho rate of mortality per 1000 inhabitants In your cit What is the annual number of births 3 How Is your supply of drinking water as regards health and how much perhead of the population 4 What are tho the sanitary condi- Â¬ tions generally prevailing in summer and in winte7 The Damascus official replied as fol- Â¬ of thu repoits sitbern provinces E A WIT The Farmers Home Journal of last bhh lion Lucas Moorr Com- Â¬ missioner of agriculture was iu Lexing ton attending a meeting of tho Advisory Price 100 Prepaid to any Address Board ol tho State Bureau of Agriculture And that the meeting was railed to con- Â¬ sider the advisability of Holding n Beriea CHATTANOOQA TENN of farmers institutes throughout the stato during the winter The board decided to hold not less than twenty of these in- Â¬ stitutes during the season nnd Mr Mourn Is now busy arranging for a corps tf lecturers aud selecting points where the most good may be done These insti- Â¬ tutes will begin about Nov 111th and 333S-S-S-v3continue until the beginning of spring Kp work 011 the farma interferes with tho at tendance of the farmers No labor or In every city or town expense will bo spared iu order to make these meetings both Interesting and in- Â¬ SALARY I COMMISSION structive and preference will be given to those points displaying the most interest GO In the movement and cau lend tho most Made C Fit Guaranteed and Kr PANTS aid with local talent TOSSO ments kept in repair to Mr Moore will he glad to hear from ciliz iiiB in various parts of the state J ruer HlilrtHiintHMncUliitoHlicH uiiri- - ni riimri- mentioning topics that will awaken the Samples and self measure blanks sent by mail most interest iu their section etc week Â¬ After years of suffering DONS PILE OINTMENT was rec- Â¬ ommended to mc The use of one box effected a permanent cure I voluntarily give you this statement hoping It will be the means of bringing your wonderful remedy to tho attention of others suf Â¬ fering with piles Ii W- - tioveh A 0SV tabjlje KY DON 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St Louis THA1NS AltlltVE From East 7 15 am is 15 noon 640 pm a m 3 so a m is 15 From West 7 aea m it 13 p 01640 pm City Ticket office toutheast corner Fourth at d Main streets Depot Seventh and river Kor di tail Information retarding rales lime on connecting lines sleeping parlor dining rars 11c address US llltOWN District Pass Ticket Agent n O S W Ity 4th and Main Louisville Ky General Passenger Agent Cincinnati U II 0 StyrSOOOT0400of Arht I ouis Ar Springfield No so 3sam 8a3i No 16 No Saopm 44 Jj THIS BD SBODLD INTEREST EVERYBODY Because it is placed here by the WHY We extract teetb Make a good set Teeth filled with Teeth filled with Tectb filled with NEW YORK DENTAL PAfeLORS for the benefit of the public that they may know where to go to get the best dental work at the very lowest price iBfe Tii iwl M r n iruuiitwiift Â¬ 25 cents without pain Tri Ohio Assistant General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio WAItKk Â¬ of artificial teeth for gold and platinum alloy amalgam pure gold laafaaaaaa 75 50 At I 100 VYlTHnifTPLATES Henderson Route Louisville Henderson i r Sy tr Baaaar and up A guarantee given with every fillinir We have heen established In Louisville for over ten years Can give reference from best professional and business men In the city Remember the St Louis Rj Co Â¬ New York Dental Parlors 542 Fourth St Louisville Ky E Time Card in Effect June 20 97 East Hound Lv St No 4s No 4 l the right place 513 Our system of malclnfr gold 5l5Se nomjLl2ke ow ork or teeth without plateU the best known to the profession bridKe W reoplefromabroadcancomeinthemonilnirana wear their new teeth homesanie day TaV A bKtn -- No g 46 hvansville Henderson SpMtsvilIu Iuis 7 IS 66jam 220pm 73J J6 a7 341 440 503 622 7 58 in 3 10 4110 2m 32S onpin i miii BW fy W42 RATES PCFt DAY nsww ii hestea mottentrllu III- Owwuboro The Hotel In Uv clt Clovrrpnit Slrphcnsport IrvuiKton Urandenhurir Arr Louisville West Hound Louisville llrandenhurg Irvington Stephensport Clovcrpoit IUwcsmMc 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JL0VERP0RT Local Agents CO KENTUCKY Packet Line and HEI1 For Only to the At 6i30 oekk A X Suda- - Var 80 1857 NEWS W Ml Bound 41 Traini Eat t Bound TratH Mall 4 Dally 42 Steamboat Agents Hold one Year 13 125 Hxprs ltxprs Dally 4 Mail A Dally 7 30a m STAllONS Kxprs Kxpr Dally 12 35pm 7 45pm 12 20 I33 11 f Oam 6 55 1145 661 1135 645 1128 6 40 6 34 1121 1112 02d 1102 618 Homestead Fertilizer Company and Program The following Is the program of the S S Convention of the Blackford Asso- Â¬ ciation which luteta with Mt Pleaiant Baptist Church Fordsville Ky the 2nd of Nov 1818 at 0 a m St The possibilities of the P S Convention C llruncr II WMortonandJ Dllocker and The relation the S S sustains to the ad- - STKAMKHS Standard Oil Company E G RAGON F M Dealers In We have made a special clubbing arrangement with the Twice a Week Courier Journal und will send that paper ad ours for the price named tnafl our subscribers who will lenew and pay In advance or to all new subscribers who will pay In advance Sample copies Courltr Journal sent tie on application All subscriptions under this oiler must be sent oiu 6 37 5 40 6 43 tOnin 748 818 8 21 IvUnn ptar Kentucky St West Point Howard 5td 829 8 35 8 42 8 51 8 69 Ryan Master W A Bishop Parser Doors Sash Blinds Yellow Piue Floor tog and Ceiling Weather Boarding Shingles Salt Limu Cement Latho Plaster Plastering flair Plow Handles Bricks Etc EttlMites Furalafled far Buildings lnd Building Material 600 609 618 626 033 661 669 7 flrandenbura Kkron Guston Irvington Willowdale Hock Haven Long Ilranch 907 915 923 9 31 1063 45 1037 10 21 10 M piney forests of Norway Slag lata tree We bring la you the new and true froa th KlDgouttkaflM Ring oat the oU RlsglatkoBew TAHASCON D L Penny Msstsr L T Conner BRECKENRIDGE NEWS 07 DR BELLS Pine-Tar-Honey Natures most natural remedy Improved by science to a Pleasant Permanent Positive Cure for coughs colds and all Inuaacd surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes The sore weary cough worn Lungs are exhila rated 1 the nlcfobc bearrAg mucus Is cut out j the cause of that tickling Is removed and the Inflamed membranes are beakd and soothed so that there is ao Inclination to cough SQLB BY ALL OB BRU4aVaTS Â¬ wncemeutpf the church II T Crow C M Corley and J E Jackson jrd Teachers meetings should they be encour Â¬ aged and how etaductedt Iri L Kice Morris Wilson and II DUrown 4th What may be done to Increase the attend dinco Iq on Jay choolt O W Jonci Moit Mosley and T P Hale jth The 8 S as a means of lostarlng misiont C U Coleman It C Truman and II D Bureh II D BllOiVNoec Parser 712 720 724 727 739 7 43 932 961 966 9 43 9 69 1011 1014 1025 10 35 10 43 10 49 Lodlburir Pierce Sample Stephensport Addison Cloverport Shops Sklllman Falcon Webster 610 603 560 1020 1016 10 10 Holt OMAHA June EXPOSITION October iilat TELL CITY R II Ballard Master W B Newbetl 1st to 754 804 812 818 8 27 Hawesvllle Petrle Waltman Powers Pates Owensboro Mattlnaly GriUith Stanley Worthlngton Heads Spottsvlllo 969 945 940 927 909 003 864 838 827 818 807 802 752 07 02 522 518 615 803 5 00 49 4 40 4 54 630 5 42 Parser P D STAGGS llf f wtttMOniy fit m I hi am iiSiiitraa aagf SWii iVJSSSSS I sir aa H - Ir taTr ft 1T4m ri iitui Biases 2ltKanttOMsM vmi eir r nr u The Sub may bine brightly and the birds may sing their sweetest soniiH but if your stomach Is not right there is no happi ness for you Keep a bottle of Dr Cald wells Syiup Pepsin In the house and iws It aeeordlag to directions and the sun and birds will net shine and sing la vain OMMtipatlon and indlgeeUaa eurad Jfml s o 10c 10 deswi and la 60e aad - 100 boUIm Of Onas O Martin Â¬ Â¬ Dally tiotpt Saturday between Loulirllle and Hew Amitrrdam Freight shipped by till lint delivered quick Â¬ er than by rail Traveler will lad the iteameri are unsur Â¬ passed la equipment and aooonmodatlons The best eaUaary are employed as eeokl aad be mean U equal to that of the bait bottle sHKtl oSkM 1T and ITS 4th Avenue featiTllle BJ PKNNY WW J HHunsche THE GRANDEST EXPOSITION excopt Worlds Fair over planned in tho United Statos Located within cheap and quick access of tho entire Missouri rind Mississipi Valloys at Yourowndoor8 Through tickets beyond Omaha allow stop- Â¬ Reduced excursion rates to overs Omaha Tako tho Burlington Route tho old nnd established Jino to and through Omaha in any- di roction - 833 BOS 058 106 1114 1125 Iwiiport 8 47 8 42 433 478 419 413 01 3 6J 3 44 4 853 916 9 31 The TAILOR Will be jn Clover port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month with w Casper May A Co IKD OANNSLTOK 1161 1165 12 02 1209 9 47pm 1217 H51po 1124 135am IHOpin 925 932 7 68 7 45 333 329 99 IK 320 010pm 120pm ar llewdr Bssett 7 31 301 1 1 in 2 46pm TS8 313 307 HITS Pm 8pt- OV Wiiaums T P A HOWARD ELLIOTT fieULsUtdl k OweMbere Ky vwttm Mm raw mwaratn 15 99 lAaaaal paaxAmBaii tljlswt atati4 WaW B LMHSf JWl hW Trains Nos 41 and 41 make connection at Ir vlnicton dally except Sunday with trains to and from Hardinsburg-- and fordsville Branch Only Una running Parlor Cars between Louis ville Owensboro and Henderson Only direct line to the North and East For further Information call on or address Aunts or H C MOKDUK A O P A Louisville Ky ST WAKELEtEY WOUBM OONSTIPATIOMlv n c sf4 IUUUUHM Sour Stomach will naver bo without them In toe bonne Mr liver was In s very bad shape and my bead acbod and I bad stomach trouble Now since tak lug Casrarets I reel One Mr If baa alio used tbcm with beneficial results for aonr itomach Jos KmrtMNO 1931 Congress BU Btlxralealo A CENTURY KITTIi After I wm Udneed 1 try CAMOA OF BANKING Some Interesting Facts About The Currency Coinage Of Money And Production Of Precious Metals The banking currency coinage and production of precious metals In tho United States during the past century are presented lu great detail by a series of tables just issued by tho Treasury lu reau of Statistics as a part of the Julr summary of commerce and finance These tables covering more than 100 pages of this unusually large volume present a very complete picture of the growth of the banking system and of the currency both metallic and paper and to thin is added for comparative purposes a brief statement of the banking and cur- Â¬ rency conditions and gold and silver production in other parts of the world An examination ol these figures cov- Â¬ ering the banking and currency history of the country brings to the surface some interesting facta The earliest figures are those of 177 1 which give the specie at that date at 14000000 The samo state- Â¬ ment puts the specie In 1784 at 10000 000 the number of banks three with a capital of 2100000 and a circulation to 2000000 By 1707 the number of banks had increased to twenty flve the capital to 10200000 the bank circulation to 10000000 and the specie to 14000000 The story of the century 1797 1897 is told very fully in the elaborate series of tables both as to banks and their cur rency and gold and silvery production and coinage Tho number of banks in 1707 was 25 1897 9157 The capital in 1027493 1707 was 19200000 in 1897 053 The bank circulation in 1797 was 10000000 in 1897 198920070 Thede posits in the first bank of the United States in 1809 the earliest date at which roports of bank deposits are obtainable amounted to 8500000 the individual deposits reported by the 9457 banks in 1897 amounted to 5193765807 ol which 1939370035 were classed as savings deposits The increase in the number of slato banks prior to the war is Bhown to have been very rapid the number in 1830 be ing 329 in 1840 741 in 150 809 in 18C0 1502 The decrease from 1800 was equal- Â¬ ly rapid the number of state banks in 1803 being 1023 in 1854 349 and in 18G8 247 while the number of national banks organized in 1803 1804 and 1805 wai 1001 State banks again increased in number 18G8 the number in 1872 being 50C in 188 975 1888 1403 in 1890 2101 in 1894 3580 and in 1897 the number in- Â¬ cluding private banks is reported at 3873 Prior to 1801 the deposits in state banks amounted to but little more than half the capital stock while since 1S77 deposits have at all times been more than double the amount of capital stock and in 1S97 were 723040795 against a capital stock of 228077088 The statements regarding the amount o money in circulation in the United Â¬ CANDY CATHARTIC TftAOIMAJIN Pleasant Palatable Potent Taite Good Do Uood Meyer Sicken Weaken or Gripe lOo toe Wo CURE CONSTIPATION Mrllae 4i Caur almt Nntrt J fast Ill HiiTII1P Sold and guaranteed by all siata to CVKR Tobacco Habit Breckenridge WEDNESDAY News OCT 12 1898 After Long drlef And Pain Whin my belter self emerged from the shadow ol that pendent gloom vapor choice my soul 1 felt the burthen of Rtief and pain Irom me rcll And I stood free full face to the lun and knew the Which like lomc narcotic doom Oflhe night had pail in which 1 wa preit wilh feari And wild doubts languishing In keen unrest When my strength wa tried as by many long Until on the wings of morning came victory and rest I went forth and wove the song of awakened birds Into the mystery of my being bared my leverish head To the cool wlids listened to the Inarticulate words Ofaatures preaching and then I knew that Ilfe It not dead And at I gathered the down bursted Mowers dripping In dew Cod smiled on me like the tun in the distant blue JAS F IAIIUniGM in Courier Journal eari States at various periods are equally In Â¬ teresting The amount in circulation In 1800 la given at 1 09 per capltn In 1810 710 in 1820 0IK In 1830 0 09 In 1840 fitOlllj in 1850 1202 In 1800 13 85 In 1870 17 CO 19 41 lu 1880 lu 1890 2282 and 111 1898 24 74 The statement regarding gold produo lion and coinage in the Unilixl Ktntea and lu tho world showd that tin mules of the United Stales produced uiotu gold lu the year 1897 than in any preceding year except thosa of tho great gold de Â¬ velopments of California 1852-3- -4 The gold production of the United States In 1897 Is given at 57303000 while that of 1852 was 10000000 that of 1853 05 000000 and that of 1854 00000000 Col Â¬ orado Is shown to have taken in 1807 first place in the rank of gold producing states her production in that year being 11 101200 against 140183000 by Califor- Â¬ nia while prior to that time California had constantautly stood at the head of the column of gold producing states Tho coinage of gold by tho United Stats mints in 1807 was 04030805 which is nearly 50 per cent greater than the averago annual coinage since 1870 The atatementa covering the gold pro duction of the world are also especially interesting They show by staled periodn the amount of gold produced in the world since the discovery of America the total value of the gold produced from 1492 to 1898 estimating 1897 at 240 000000 being 9023320000 ol which amount 6005097600 has been produced since 1850 the product of the last half century thuB being double that of pre Â¬ ceding 350 years FARM AND STOCK fc Tho Woodford Sun roports big cattle at 4 Jc Owen Penton purchased1 last Saturday of J J Keenan n lot of hog at 3 35 At Danville Dr J B Ottsley bought of It T Luusford 100 barrels of corn at ut 1 delivered Tle wheat crop for the world this year is estimated at 2007000000 bushels the largest on record William Smith of Danville sold to W O Johnson of Boyle a bunch of feeders for Oct 15 delivery at 4c Two hogsheads of the new dark tobac- Â¬ co crop sold in Lonlsvlllo last week at 840 It was raised this year J W and J B Jones of Pulaski sold At Danville last week 03 steers at 4c and to S J Embry 23 yearlings at 20 Horses and mules that cost the gov Â¬ ernment threo times as much are being sold at an average of 30 at Chattanooga L T Roberts shipped three steers that averaged 1100 lbs in weight to Louis villa last week and received 4Jc there Bale of 120 SS3343S5Se3CCT33 for The Owenton Herald Bays that there were five buyers on tho market last week and 115 mules changed hands at 12 50 to 00 according to kind and condition Col Tom English sold for Judge B F Roach on the streets at Harrodsburg Monday 8 standard bred brood mare at from 75 to 110 and 0 colU at from 30 A Narrow Escape Thankful words written by Mrs Ada Was taken E Hart of Groton S D with a bud cold which settled on my lungs cough set in and finally terminat Â¬ ed in Consumption Four Doctors gave me up saying I could live but a short time I gave myself up to my Savior determined if I could not stay with my friends on earth I would meet my abÂ¬ sent ones above My husband was ad vised to get Dr Kings New Discovery for consumption coughs and colds I gave it a trial took in all eight bottles It has cured me and thank God I am saved and now a well and healthy woÂ¬ man Trial bottles free at Short Hay Regular nis SOc and iisju drug store 9100 Guaranteed or price refunded Â¬ to 40 SAVED OUR LIFE The tobacco crop this year in Ken- Â¬ tucky is estimated at about 180000 000 Do Not Neglect the Kidneys and pounds and the value of same is placed at over 10000000 which is nearly Bladder double the amount of money realized on 97 crop Disorder of these important organs the Shelby Ford bought from Alfred Wright causes Brights disease rheumatism pain in the back dropsy and other troubles last week threo steers at 4c one cow at Disease sometimes gets a hold upon your 3c he purchased ftom Edwin Miller fif-Â¬ kidneys and bladder before you realize teen stockers that averaged 340 lbs at that anything serious is tho matter 3c and from Will Holland eleven steers Often these organs tre neglected until averaging 800 lbs at 4c that awful malady Brights disease has A certain party who is a grower of tofastened upon you and death awaits its bacco asks if he is permitted sell the Many miraculous cures have same by the pound or in any other way victim been wrought by a course of treatment without its being manufactured The with Dr Davis Kidney Tablets These reply is that he may sell it either by the tablets are put up in the shape of a kid- Â¬ hogshead case or bale or loose in the ney bean and the formula has been pro- Â¬ hand provided it is in no way advanced nounced by tho bent physicians of mod- Â¬ in condition beyond the natural condi- Â¬ ern times to be the most direct in action tion beyond the natural state in which on the kidneys of any remedy known to it was cured on the farm if it is kept in medical science You can eat these tab- Â¬ this natural condition ho is not liable to lets as you would candy Send for free any special tax The Weed booklet on kidney diseases Sold by all 6 A Foote of Irvington Ky enjoys druggists or sent on receipt of price 50 cents and 1 Â¬ troughs Pigs are compelled to drink this water thereby sowing the Reeds of cholera weakening their vitality and causing many to die throughout tho Fall and early Winter This germ life is not killed during the Winter by freezing but only remains inactive unfit Spring when due to the thawing of the snow and Spring rains the germs contained in filth of the hog yard watering trough and wallowing holes again thrive and become active producing serious results at once the disease often continuing until the entire herd dies Tibs is all dne to hog cholera caused only by in- Â¬ fected water To prevent the diseases peculiar to pigs the old methods of watering must be discontinued and somo of the late devices provided whereby water may be kept pure and furnished continuously The fact that pigs chickens and ducks all fatten preceptibly faster when puro water is kept before them constantly from a late watering device cannot be denied and any farmer could well nlTord to pay the price of one in rental each month for a good hog waterer The most careful watering of hogs should be looked into at once and at this time of the yearas the above shows that Fall and spring are the seasons when germs of bog cholera are implanted by impure water therefore pure water should be furnished by some of the watering devices now so thoroughly advertised which continuous advertis- Â¬ ing proves their claims to be true There are thousands In use and when once tried many times the cost would not be taken for one if another could not be obtained the distinction of having pold the high Â¬ est priced cow on the Louisville market that has been sold ftom Breckenridge Fordsvillo is tho only town in tho county that haa railroad compe- Â¬ county for some time This cow was of tition This is a great advantage especially when goods are bought in the Holsleln breed she had a ohII two largo quantities We Wo are buying nearly oVorything in car loads weeks old by her side and sold fur 05 00 get very cheap freight rates as prices bolow certainly indicate Come Mr Foote Bold several head of cows on give us a trial and we are sure to make a regular customer of you Our the same market that averaged 51 00 motto is Quick Sales Small Profits and Cash to Everybody per head The Bales were all made by Dan Brooks Mr Foote Is an original hog man he havlnga natural fascination HC Lake Salt coarse or fine 100 tor the Poland China but that he knows Calicoes Good Calicoes 3c Best Cement too a thing or two about cows Is demonstrated The very beat e licit Lime Jbi by this baio Moral of all this c Best Heavy Bacon Keep Best Table Oil Cloth n 6i Soc Best Strip Bacon lied Ticking for Good ey good slock A heary 10 4 Ulanket each tstSoda per lb 35c Stow Scientific researches have demonstrat- Â¬ Flannels toe yard and up Ileal Good Green Ci fleo 1ST 10 ed that hog cholera and diseases ol hogs Jeans loe yard and tip and up All 1ackage Coffee SY i to Canton Flannel 4c yard Uood tlia Panrl Door HTfc are due to bacteria or germs that gain 00 Check Cotton 4c yard and up Shirting Cotton 4c yard and up Windows 60c and ud life and thrive in the Fall during the Floor Oil Cloth 10c yard and up No 0 lllk wire ti ic Usual advance for binalltr tlieianii for Galvan dry season The germs collect in shalIred Goods low watering places and Infect the hog Clover Seed 3 40 Headquarters Dry G oods GOME TO I Miscellaneous - -- 1 -- W3 xi Â¬ Dress loc yard and up Henriettas 15c yard and up All Wool Serges 15c yard and up All Wool Mack Goods plain and fancy jjc and up Best quality of Ladl s Cloths Joe A great variety ol Sultl gs In latest styles 50 and up We have the latest novelties in Braids Silk and Velvet Trimmings We alio have an experienced dress maker with us Cashere and Trimmings Timothy 1 40 Herdsgrass 45c Wehamlle the Vucsn chill and Ilellnian Urte Steel Blows and repairs A full line ol heating snd Cook Stoves and hundreds ol other things that we cannot mention here Furniture Furniture Just got Nice Maple Beds rifi and up Nice Oak Beds fl 7s and up Nice Bureau tor c no FJegant IJressers f r oo Oak Chamber Suits Uj5 I1400 andftj 00 Nice Sofas for 111 XJ and up Mattresses Chairs Tables Safes Wardrobes etc Cheaper than the Cheapest In big car load A rood panel Bed 1 no Millinery and Cloaks We have had lonir experience in this line und we believe we can suit the wants or the I idles to a do t Sailors 35c and up Hals 75c and up Jackets f and up Capes 48c and up Shoes Shoes Clothing Overcoats Biggest stock In the county Best button school shoes 50c 60c and 79c Ladles heavy every day shoes 73c and up Mens heavy every day shoes 02c and up Ladies fine shoes 08c and up Mens tine shots 08c and up Mensheavy boots l 15 worth 17s Hats and Caps of all Kinds Yes we handle Clothing and lot of it too The II you price we put unclothing is what moves it need a Fall Suit Overcoat Casiimere Jeans or Overall pants dont fall to see ours and you will see that it It useless to look any larther as we beat them all alike All our rants and good many of Suits are manufactured by the Father of one of oar firm and this enables us to make loer prices than other merchants can la fact our entire line is bought so pt r cr nt Cheaper than blhsr merchants buy them Look at our l 4S MacVintoshes Very Respectfully 4 Co WILSONJONES Successors to Wilson FORDS VILLE - KENTUCKY FIND Dicks Brands of Flour are Safety From Lightning Tho fear of lightning is almost univer- Â¬ sal but the number of deaths caused by it is small Dwellers in cities are even safer than those in the country since statistics have shown that on the average four fifths of the deaths from lightning occur in rural localities The innumer able electric wiree the many grounded water pipes and the metal roofs of cities are undoubtedly tho rhief elements of their safety in this respect Â¬ The Laughing Plant A flower kno vu as the laughing plant which grows in Arabia is so called be- Â¬ cause its seeds produce effects like tliofe produced by laughing gas The flowers are of a bright yellow while the seeds resemble small black beaus OUR TRADE IN THE EAST Large Increase In Our Shipment Whon you call for DeW ills Witch Hazel Salve the great pile cure dont of Flour to China accept anything else Dont bo talked into accepting a substitute for piles for We Are Getting the Bulk of Havnes sores for burns Short Immense Cotton Trade favor among the Japanese imports of American watches having increased 15 511 yen in the first half of last year to 105090 yen in the first half of the pres- Â¬ ent year while our own records of ex- Â¬ portation show an increase in exports of typewriters sewing machines and other articles of this claps to Japan in the fiscal year juBt ended as compared with those of the preceding year LA ltd C INCltEASK THE BEST a- - o CD Japans Baskett Coal the best and most economical Soft coal that can be used Is The BASKETT COAL is clean Has 2400 pounds to the ton Each customer praises it Before you buy write for price Each car sold is full weight Summer is gone winter approaches The time to buy is NOW The steady ami rapid growth of our commerce with the Orient is illustrated by a statement just received by the Treasury Bureau of Statistics showing tliu imports and exports of Japan during the first half of the present calendar year This shows that Japans pur-Â¬ chase from the United States continues to increase with great rapidity while in many caws those which she had been accustomed to make from other parts of the world aie being reduced Japans importations of raw cotton from the United States in the first six months of 1893 were 12732004 yen in value against 3811 828yen in corres- Â¬ ponding months of the preceding year the quantity being given in the six mouths of 189 at 059710 piculs against 184025 piculs in the corresponding months of last year tho plcul belug equivalent to 133 pounds On the other hand the importation of cotton from British India whence most of the cotton for Japan had formerly been drawn fell from 701021 piculs to 097047 The total importation of cotton into Japan in the half year amounted to 27702903 yen in value an increase of a little over 4000000 yen over the corres- Â¬ ponding months of 1897 while the in- Â¬ crease from the United States alone was nearly 9000000 yen showing a general reduction from other parts of the world the Imports from the United States were more than trebled MANUFACTURES Coal prices go up in cold weather Order NOW while coal is cheap Ask jour dealer for BASKETT COAL Let ub quote you prices on large quantities ADDRESS COMMUNICATIONS 1 TO Pittsburg Coal Company BASKETT KY f immmmmmmmmmmmmmmwmmmmmi Our manufactures of iron and steel seem to be especially satisfactory to the Japanese the Increase in nearly all ar- Â¬ ticles of this class being strongly marked Imports of locomotiye engines from the United States increased from 824090 yen in the first half of last year to 1443340 yen in the first half of the present year Of nails the Import into Japan from the United States Increased from 3200858 catties lu tho first half of last year to 7491197 catties iu tho first half of the present ear the catties being XI 3 the total importations of nails having fallen meantime from 103947 J 7 catties in the flrsthalf of last year to 81154030 iu the first half of the present year The im Â¬ ports of bar and rod iron from the United States Increase from 103085 cat Â¬ ties iu the first half of 1897 to 1071430 iu the first half of 1898 while under the head of other iron and steel the im uorts from the United States increased from 9410 yen in the first half of 1897 to 197475 In the first half of 1898 tho value of the gold yen being 49 8u Importations of alcohol from the Unit- Â¬ ed States Incroased Irom 10283 yen in value to 105254 those of cigarettes from 291091 yen to 351570 of beans and pew from 414 yes to 10500 while other articles of this class also showed marked Increase The finer grada of American manu Â¬ facture also seena to be finding special Returning to our own statements of exports to Japan it is found that iu Urn first seven months of 1898 our exports in Japan increase oyer 57 per cent as compared with the corresponding months uf 1897 This increase was iu a largt num Â¬ ber of articles Extorts of btoks maps and engravings increased from 12329 to 414081 those of wheat 11 ur from 90152 barrels to 90880 barrels ccIch from clocks and watches 41909 to 59171 from 98884 to 105091 raw cotton from 1490157 to 5003775 hides and skins from 4008 pounds to 20200 pounds instruments and apparatus for scientific purposes including telegraph and telephone from 102901 to 111258 steel rails from 595853 to 910117 sew Â¬ ing machines from 3278 to 4002 sole leather from 053 133 pounds to 8769D pounds kerosene oil from 24970088 Our Navy and Dicks Best brands are made absolutely of gallons to 37210492 gallons paralllna from 2649038 pounds to 3000 713 wheat No adulteration pouuds butter from 47170 pounds to 58684 pounds cheese from 14550 pouuds to 19935 pounds and a corres ponding growth iu many other articltp To China our sales also show a gratify Â¬ Made in Breckenridge county in the best mill in the county Write for ing increase in many articles Exports prices Send orders to of flour to China which in the first sev Â¬ en months of the present ear Of bicy- Â¬ cles the exports of china Increased from 3205 to 12058 while under the head of cars and parts of the increase is from 0070 in seven mouths of 18117 to 178X8 in the corresponding months of the pre Â¬ sent year While there has been a slight reduc Uon in the exportation of cotton cloths in the seven months uuder consideration as compared with last year the total for the month of July 1808 was 33 per cent In excess of last year and for the seven months of 1808 was 89275139 yarde against 69011003 yards iu the corresponding months of 1890 Of canned beef the exports to China Increased from E O Crabbe and wife will open their School at Irving- ion on me 33514 pounds in 1890 to 70445 pounds In M 1898 instruments for scientific purposes including telegraph and telephone in Â¬ creased from fl2 to 27374 and man ufactured tobacco from 124892 In the Pupils will bo charged from tho timo thoy enter until the end of first seven months of 1897 to 103016 In the corresponding period of 1898 while the term Tho school year will consist of two torms Tuition is due the total exports from the United States in advance Thero will be no deduction for any time lost Foill Corp to China in the month of August 1898 of Competont Teachers were 1432211 against 770695 in the l corresponding month of last year Tuition in tho Literary Departments as follows o IBfli lilll Â¬ Honest Flour at an Honest Price DANIEL DICK Miller and Wheat Buyer ADDISON KY Irvington College U1 Â¬ THIRD MONDAY IN OCTOBER Collegiate School r 2000 per pupil twin Business School 2000 V Jff Normal School 2000 V Intermediate School 1500 Primary School 1000 tfAfii Incidental Fee 100 211 lis Avf anil Tlnllrn Arnaln nrt Special terms to teachers desiring to bottur qualify thomMlySsfTiSt 4 their professions Any variance from the above terms must bo in writing and ataU your friends to be heard whenever you Marveli of a Qraphopfaone One of the wonders of the end of the century is the home Graphophone that will reproduce any kind of music or any sound One can arrange a full program of the most attractive band orchestral or vocal music and vary it every ovenlng Ou the Qraphophone one can record the human voice or any sound ami reproduce it at once You can keep the voices of -- pr ilw1 - iHa wish GraphophoHtw made for home entertainment can be bought as low aa 10 Write for catalogue 30 to the Columbia Phonoorai k Co No 010 Pennsylvania Ave Washiagton D O J1H InilCllHU x Y For further information address r l 33 Lock Box 6 Irvington Breckenridge County Ky 0J aZE32SS33 fi atfp Crry pcctiral k tho beet remedy that I know of for John ShouM returned to Oanneiton last week to flnlsli his contract of plaster In Iflnderson Lf T Perkins of tho Itauto brldgi gsiigrwas In Hie city Sun Â¬ day The A O U W Lodge have added to thofr lotlgo room In this city au ilgnt -carpet Mayhall and Kinsborry have the con tract to build John Codys rrsidchco at Sklllman Mies Luclllo Htorrctt of Hnwesvllli watt the guest list week of MissElizitbHth Uowiuer Mlm Mayme GriOllh att liddd tho Owensboro of tlila city lair and hop LEWISPORT E O Miller of Hawesville was in tho city Saturday W K Darstaml wife lslted relatlvie lit Oloverport bunday The publiu schools have closed on account of dlptheria Mlfs Bedding of ltohbs Landing Is visiting at Mr and Mrs J C 1 ells Lowiiportwas well represented at the Owensboro Fair last week each day Little Kaui B fell hai dlpthctia and Heveral other cases hnvo been repotted Frank Dntsuy of the Peter llAiier Drug Company Louisville was lit tho city today Mrs 11 L Myers who has been very sick we are now happy lo say sho Is im Â¬ proving Miss Bessie latterbonol Adair Station was tho guest of Miss Georgia Miller Sunday Mr and Mrs J O Pell visited Mrs iiobb at liiver View the old home of Mis Poll Sunday Dr J W Griffin J E Doreey and II Smith Patterson took in the fair at Owensboro Friday Sterrett Aers who has been visiting his mother at thin plac- - returned lo his home at WarrenBburg Ills Thuisday J 1 Ullncoe and wife and Mr and Mrs Ldrew Yeiser spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs J W Patterson of Adair Misses Jessie Howe and Lila Knox entertained a number of their friends at the home of Miss Howe Monday night H Smith Patterson wife and sou Horace Jr and W B Miller visited Mr and Mrs G Orvllle Patterson of Hawes- Â¬ ville Sunday Will Johnson who was in the battle of Santiago De Cuba returned to bis home at this place from Montauk Point Saturday night Miss Georgia Poll left Friday at noon for Cairo III to accept a position as bookkeeper in the commission house of Uncle Nick V Lewis Do not be backward about subscribing for the Nkwb it is superior to any other county paper published in Old Kain tuck or even in tho United States We aro sorry to chronhle the death of Mr Ab Pool wlie died a few days ago at age of 21 years The family has the heartfelt sympathy of tho correspondent The barber shop of Klchard Smiths Taking off was robbed Monday night all shave slinuipoo and hair tools to the amount of 15 Dick had his chair and stove left Our new preacher Rev J F DoWitt of the M E church South arrived here He delivered two very last Friday interesting sermons Sunday to large audiences Itay J O Brandon who has been pastor of tho Methodist chutch at this place for the past year left for South CarrollonSaturday where ho was assign Â¬ ed by tho late Conference Mrs Rodmon Johnson and children of Newark Ohio who has been spendlug the summer with relatives here was joined by her husband Frfday and they returned to their home Sunday a wvnu riACK foii bkiUiimcanb Hon Henry D Allen Democratic nominee for Congress in this district closed the campaign in this county Satur- Â¬ day night with a characteristic address which was heartily applauded on all sides At 7 oclock when Col Allen was presented to the audience the opera house was filled to over flowing with beautiful ladies and good men stand ing room was at a premium Col Allen was prepared as ho alwajs is when the Democratic bell taps for his assistance He made a favorable impression on all who had the pleasure to hear him In part he said if electtd to congress he would undoubtly favor the strict Investl gation of Sec Algers administration of tho war department would oppose ex- Â¬ pansion but favor the making free Republics of Cuba and the Phillipiner lie denounced tno Kopuoiican scuemes worked by the administration to feather the neat of a favored class at the cost of tho musses He says that all the coal used was purchased rotn particular Pennsylvania aud Ohio pat tics at and above twice the pricB that the same coal had been offered by Georgia and Ala- Â¬ bama mine owners In concluding bis routing address he mentioned the name of the man whom he pays is tho friend of the people in time of peace and in time of war and it was no other than William Jenninga Bryan of Nebraska the next president of the United States Col Allen left on the night train for his home in Sweet Union the Banner Dem- Â¬ ocratic county of the second district which bos never had a Republican ofllce bolder or neither a Democratic Congreas maniibtl Nov 8 1898 rolls around Â¬ Ths Irvlnfton College Will Not Open 1 Un- Â¬ UMMER CATARRH Catarrk ei th towtlt cam it it ntoit frrvalent m Ik summer months U calUi tummir catarrh til October 7 La Grippe Rev South Hampton N II goc J K CHASE HALF SIZB POTTLES BRECKENR1DGE WEDNKHIJAY OOT NEWS li 1808 Local Brevities Tan oebnulura Sulisri Full Huh of hosiery Salr oru Mlsa Carrie Graham Is on tho sick list Nice lino ol ladies purses at Bilkers Dr J T Qwen was atOwensboro Fri day Oliie Toumiy wont to Louisville Sun Â¬ day I lf Lino of nrotty riovel beauty pfns at Sulzera Miss Mary Jarboo to visiting relatives atbklllmanj LarirK loToTuusklng pins received at Uorris were in ttie SulzerW Mr rinf Mis vfm Suiters city Sunday Cans of all kinds for the children nt Sulzera An evidence of a prosperous county is good roads Pompadour side and hair combs at at Owensboro Miss Mary Moorman is visiting friends Samuel Baker of Patesyllle h Vim rltv was in Mnnrlfltf Mrs Dr S S WatkiB8wftsvarOwens- bora last Friday Blanket and quilts at rock bottom prices Sul2ors Prayer meetinx ut the Baptist cburcb Wedaesday night H TJHayneav oiJJrandenburg is in the city prospecting - 0 W and James Satterfleld have re- Â¬ turned to Pinevllle Everybody attended the big court at Ilardinsburg Monday Good roads are already bringing now vehicles to this town Leon McGavock has about recovered from an attack of fevers Nice line of robo prints for making comforts at Sulzers Wick Moorman attended theOwena boro Fair last Thursday Ernest Popham Is up again after a siego of two weeks illness tuecity Bendict Monuayn BeavlBHiIwe8vifiwaa Tin ff r last week Miss Stella Mullen was tho guest of her uncle G W Mullen at Ononsboro last week Mist Ilutty Ikllmau is in Owoniboro yisiting relatives and friends and attend Â¬ ed the fair Emmet Gregorys now rooidence on Water street ms almost roady for tho plasterers Charlos May 8r Is roTIulldtng a two story dwelling on his lot in the lower portion of town Mrs SiUtfjliandy ofjUntun Star Kv was vsitiug tier datlgbtor Mrs E A Klssam last week James B Pace Jr has arrived in the city He will shortly commenco the handling of tobacco Frank Mercer and Tom Bowmor of Ilardinsburg were among the visitors to the city Saturday Ed Bacon and Ed Conway of Louisville were the iiuet te of James Fisher at the homestead Sunday Mr and Mip J II Woatherholt of Hancock county spent Sunday with their son and family K O Willis has under construction a pavement in front of his dwellii g In the fowor portion of the city Miss Anna Hennln after a most pleas- Â¬ ant Btay n New York Iibb returned to her home at Hawesville Mrs James Law Is and children left They will Monday for Ilardinsburg spend a week with relatives Mrs Jlvlra J Babbaue who hat been visiting her daughter Mrs Eliza Taylor at Rosetta has returned home Misses Bernlce and Eunice Wheeler of Hardin Grnve Ind are in tho city the guest of the Misses Elambleton Mrs C W Satterfleld and son Charles are spending a few days In Ohio county visiting friends and relatives Â¬ Itsurpriseomanytnal trouble Is catar ilfcrVJul rhnl Dr Hartmans books make this plain Writo to tho Medicino Co Columbus O for them They toll all about catarrh and how cures it wherever located I had chronicdlarrhoea for fifteen years writes Mr T E Miller Grand Prairie Tex I tried r j w wa many medicines and ill bowel Po-ru-Po-ru-Po-ru-- g3 Owing to a delay iu getting lumber the College at I rviugtoii n ill not open until Hid third Monday in October 17 While this delay is not Prof Crahbos fault yet wo think it is a great ben- - fit to young men who have had their fall work to do tor they can nut r this school now mul get slutted with the school Hud not have all tho other pupils ahead of them Surely young men who have an eye to tisiuesit will consider this when tlecid lug upon a school to attend and will Bee Uiittlliey will have eupoilor advantages here to what thry can get anywhere else iSulzeiisk la the place to get desirable dress fabrics for fall wear The designs this year are more beautiful than ever You will find in each department a selection of goods suited to the season Every article is marked down to bed rock prices Consider well your interests and before buying inspect the dry goods furnishings and clothing departments at Â¬ Â¬ kSWWKW n Dr nnd telicf to onsump tlve it works most remarkable curt s Donl des p r Relief can ce talnly be had a cure is possi Â¬ ble with this wi nderful remtd n ost substantial comfcrt Bulls Cough Syrnp farnishe doctors in vain At last was recom- Â¬ mended and ltrellovod and cured mo at once Mr John narting G33 Main St Cincinnati 0 My wifo nnd writes myself took your for chronic diar- Â¬ rhoea and it cured us No doctor or medicine we tried before helped us Mr Edward Wormock Ledbotter Tex writes for bowel troubles Is unequalled by anything in my ex Â¬ perience I owe my fcjii jsrl Mm Pe-ru-Po-ru-- Po-ru-- na churchcp tlhd in lhaticity Saturday morning October 1 Ills death resulted from lung disease He whs a prominent divine and local His was author of national reputation one of the largest attended funerals in that city A Short Sad A Cold Rev J M Book Dead Rev J M liook of Cannelton and pastor of St Michael and St Patrick SULZERS Story feiSf mend it to thoso suffer- Â¬ ing as I was Mr John Edgarton 1030 Third Ave I suffered from Altoona Pa says dysentery for three years I took and am now wolL a Ask any drmrgist for a free Almanac for tho year IWKf Lived In Oloverport life to shall always recom Â¬ and wmji cPtMar Pe-ru-- na Neglect Pneumonia Grief Had Foleys Honey and Tar been used this story would have had a happier end Â¬ HA ing A It Fisher Oloverport Stephensport Shellman Goidou Uaynes Patesvllle E A Witt Ilardins Â¬ burg Real Estato Paying The coming tonu for investments along the Henderson Route is Irvington You can realize as high as twenty per cent on real estato for Fifty Cents Guaranteed tobacco habit cure makes weak men strouu blood pure buetl All druggists Hardlnsburfl BN PnllpPP The 0det The Ky OUIICgC Beg Â¬ r Vas the was in town Saturday A J Katz of Louisville priori etor of the Fair is in the city All Oloverport attorneys are courting this week at HarditUburf One of the most needed things in Oloverport is an opera housu Mrs Marionjlyan of Louisville is the guest ol relatives in trie city Walter Smart attended the hop at Owensboro last Friday evening Prayer meeting at the Elm St Meth odist cnu rcu Thursday niglit Mackintoshes umbrellas and rubber shoes for wot weather at Sulzers 0 B Wlieejerv Louisville was register ed at the Mitchell hotel Saturday Miss Anna Hagiu of Cecilian is visit Â¬ ing her Bister Mrs Frank Beavjn JobtitpbeTon is spending a week with relatives aud friends at Owensboro J M Bowers with G G Ehrman Oandy Oo was in the city Monday BeteleMartyools th guest of ill e Misses Kelna and 8adioBirk at Owensboro Mrs Geo Wincholl of Toblnsporti spent Sunday in the city with friends Manager Cerf of The Fair was a visitor at the Owenlxro fair last Friday JbkMdhtfiiee weatyto Cannelton last weejctaffofekyG rk drTaTbrickcontraet MWftl8ftis Tfiofrutntf Wfil Overby of Hawesville wflro in the city Sunday Mrs Mike Popham afters most pleasÂ¬ ant stav at Louisville has returned home Mrs Frank Beavin has returned from a visit to relatives and frienHs at Cecilia Morgan Fountaineof Holts Bottom- - V gu st of the family of Mr S K Murdoclr at Uwensooro last weeir Among tlibso wlioiittended the Jwena boro fair from this place last Friday were Dr 8 B AdkiBSon and Mug Savers Messrs Mike and Pat Lyddan of Irv ingtoa wero the guests of Mr and Mrs JA Lyddan at Owensboro last week Housekeepers you have tho opportun- Â¬ ity to get the genuine distilled vinegar for 20 cents a gallon at Gregory i- Gibsons r Miss Lucille Sterrett one of Hawes villea most popular younglldIea was the guest of Miss Bettie Bowmer Saturday and Sunday Wm B Smith Democratic candidate for attorney general will speak at Ilar Â¬ dinsburg next Monday and in this city in the evening Mr and Mrs James T Sklllman arriv- Â¬ ed in tbo city Sunday evening from Holt They are the guests of Mr and Mrs Leon McGavock Mrs Mary Keenan of St Louis Mo iq expected to arrive this week to bit the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs Owen Beaton Mattinizly J D Babbage Wm II Bowmer and Eel Goodnight were guests of tho Louis ville Commercial Club at the Daviess county fair last Wednesday Mr mul Mm William Boaviu of Ilar dinsburg worn in town Saturday Ho has excellent crops and said it would be a bountiful year for tho tUlors of the 8611 Freo tiBo of Dictionary Encyclopaedia and Scientific Apparatus Six Courses For broken Burlaces sores insect Doth Sexes Health Thorough Instruc- Â¬ hites burns skin diseases and especially plies there is one reliable remedy De tion Best Social and Religious Influ- Â¬ Witts Witch Hazel Salve When you Saloons call for De Witts dont accept counter- Â¬ ence no feits or frauds You will not be disap Â¬ Tuition 3 00 per term of ten weeks pointed with DeWitts Witch Hazel Send for Special Announcements to Salve Short Haynes Practical Telegraphy The young man who has the knowl- Â¬ edge of practical business is the onn who comes out victorious You who are seeking the knowledge of telegraphy have an excellent opportunity never before offered to you The Irvington College is prepared to teach this special course in a thoroughly practical manner There you obtain work not given in any regular business college Bmti ths J H Ed Bradley who was stabbed bv Dave MoSeld in a tight atOwensboro Friday night was formerly a resident of this city and is well known here Bradley received two painful stab wounds in tho back and one across the throat None of them were serious and he will recover SULZERS WHEN YOU NEED and Implemnt Line OALL ON B LOGAN President A Jreat Ifreiit Is Lumber Paints and Oils Drills Fertilizers Wagons Buggies Plows Blount Wagons And anything in the Farm Machinery OASTOHIA nm jp The Kind You i Always Bought Blgnr sWWrS--sSVs- Browns Closing Out Sale IRVINGTON R S BANDY KY WANTS iwt- It is being conducted to make room for the immense stock of Fall Goods now coming in HERE ARE PRICES ON SHOES WHY DONT YOU VEST A Mrs J D Gregory and son Harold Misses Pearl Perrigo and Delia Batt and Morgan Lawson Bpent Sunday In Can neltou the guests of Mrs Statira Batt ii i DeWltt Th Uraou little pllli Little Earty Risers if r li wr Lanslidb vou of the earth and they ure good slices buttedr wittt t01 5 Wll t all level black land unlTiinilAr cultivation one dwelllne of 5 mwa terAuwnt houw f3 rooms 16 acnt tobweo nn Stlil W jifvery fertile d wl wodaco from 1000 idem of dirt fo 2000 ptiMka tDbiiorTfd 50 to 100 ark8 erlj ofjtoirVtotb buiwwfaoTrveawlthfnaBoneB throw oldliiafaiofiOO acres last week for sell this excellent TmctNo 6 6Limtnro 1WJ KUCO U IUIIOT srvufr o In I 0 bulfl jQlHiciflll cultl wutM dwalliiig 2 tenament mm vatiw Iiousm tWacre tobacco barn good yonu orclwM au4 excellent vineyard 18aMofthfc4atMl is rolling the bal Liinl ZBJLLuA this is an unusuallyltdP t fli usUII1V etHMP iar SB IWHb UUI hJiu 9 fiis one lor mj u ftumf we m Tiict M f Owwbojpj05 acres under POO acres 4 miles south and family Columbia Circle IK V B V will lmproed Icruisund price reaKonable A K KINCHEUOe meet next Saturday at the home of Sirs llurliuburg Kv vm Dr F M Smith at three oclock who wish to join are invited to be Those WANTED RAGS present ANTED Cotton ram whie rr c lored BMies Lanr Satterfleld who has been must be clean llKUUKFNKIDGE NbWb bkk for1 several weeks is much better OKKICIt aaov ftiilitaeet her brothers family in Louisville Aud accompany theb to their FOR SALE RYE mountain home SALE One hundred bushels of rye Ad W Carden of Irvington is 88 Samuel AUTilUK GOODMAN dress Harned Ky years old add attended the Owensboro A Common Experence first one in his life last week Fair the obliged to give 1 Mr Johnson is FOR SALE CLOVER SEED He prides himself for having lived Scene up work remain in the house and through four wars OR SALE Choice red clovir seed for sam take cate of himself on account of a V ple or price address SAM DIX Stephens- Miss Minnie Murray of Salt Lake City port 01 ED SKHLLMANlryington Ky who has been the truest of Miss Ida dreadful scrofula sore on one of his White returned to Ilardinsburg Mon Â¬ FOR SALE STEERS limbs day where she will bothe guest of Mr Scene II Mr Johnson reads a testi Â¬ WANTBD 140 head good steers Market aid Mrs Jitorria Benl J K CKAUKSON monial which tell of scrofula troubles llig bpring Ky Walter Estes corporal who has boen cured by Hoods Sarsaparilla He mother Mrs EsteB left last with this Sou to Isoo Five head weekifoc Canp Thomas After purchoa resolves to try it sends for a bottle and FOR SALEGood feeders steers GltObS II W fnghis ticketat Louisville he took sud- Â¬ llvelyvlle Ky begins taking it denly ill and was compelled to return has taken T7OR SALE 30 Rood grade steer a years old Scene III Mr Johnson t home s pasi WM HALL Webster six bottles of Hoods Sawaparllla His Mrs J D Babbage J1 D Babbage jr WANTED cured He is feeling SP0KE3 AND POLES scrofula sore is and the Misses Louiso and Mildred Bab stronger has a good appetite and is bag were visitors at the Owensboro fair ANTED 500000 hickory Kentucky spokes nu eim last Week Whilo in Owensboro they able to attend to his work He writes CO Owensboropoies unuauuitu wuuti Ky were the guests of Mr and Mrs J D a testimonial telling of his experience Urmbear WANTED STEERS with Hoods Sarsaparilla and recom Â¬ Mr and Mrs Alfred Adams and daugh mends It to others were ANTED Twenty five lone yeatllng titers tt r Mhs Grace of Seward Kans llUKAUn SMI I II Lwlspoit Ky visitors to Mr aid MrsrMarion Weath erliolt8uhday2 They were former WAN7EDPIGS AND CALVES residents of this town aud had not been AN I ED Two thoroughbred retfuteredDur- here for fourteen years nam cnerry icu null eaives Mrs Caldwell HortSn and son James bllKUlV MID Stephens of Louisville and Mrs James 5 lordivillc Ky Miss Brook Stephens of OSlmrn loo Chicago returned home yesterday alter WANTED Oct head of stock hogs snd 50 IJth hAM DIX btephens a pleasant visit to their parents Mr and port Ky Mrs J GSthens ef Addison Bston of Koufavjlleiohe o will bJflGjirchers in Would you fool perfectly safe to put all your monoy lellver a ledum In thoTJaptlst chutch at Genuine Missouri White One you In a new bank Stephensport Thursday ovening wo v IlyeOrchard GrassWheat hnvo Juat heard or 10 The doctor has something good In But how abdut an old store for his hearers and no one should and Clover One that has done fill to hear him bank t bufllnoaa for ovor a Quarter Miss Anna Iglehart of Evansvllle One that haa of a oontury HOLT KENTUOKY who has been the guest of Mlsa Elizaboth always kept Its promises Sklllman aud MIhs Elitibeth Bowmer One that never failed never has returned to her home Miss Igle Â¬ misled you In any way hart is one of the seasons most charming Vou oould trust suoh a bank visitors sad the friends she made here couldnt you regret her departure Mrs Charles Chadwlck of Bedford Ind has arrived to be with her mother Mrs McCrarken McOracken Mrs some weeks ago had one of her eyes reÂ¬ BflyJ E flB moved The attending physicians were ue la r eat log Simmons and Watklns OIL WITH or OOD IilVHR quite easy but still her condition Is not HYPOPHOSFHITHS is Just at its best has never suoh a bank jw Ladies Dongola Button 74c mer pneo izo W Polish Light Brahman Oil Grain and Riveted Shoes at White Wyandottcs W C SAIK harm of 160 acres mme or lot Your moneys worlh or no sale Write for catalogue Free FOR productive land good buildings well wat- 1 formor price if 125 ered nil necestary conveniences 3 miles nt Wtb Soft Calf Skin Shoes for every KENTUCKY STOCK POULTRY FAtM Brandenhurg tter tlreckenridirii county A grand bargain if purchased at once Tor particulars inquire at day wear finegrado of goods 1 75 Nlwsoflice Cloverpnrt Kv A fine bargain can be found in a TrOll bALK a trood larm id acres well lm lot of odds and ends in Buells shoeB proved 3 barns good dwelllne good water stock water year round I ays on the dry bed of for mens wear at 8150 and up Sinking Creek One and one fourth miles West of Webster Ky Good rnsds to market llodnces Mens heavy overy day shoes at well 3c acres of bottom land I5 acres of timber 75c For further particulars write L C Simmons Webster A fino lino of Misses shoes all A TOIl SALE five good farm ia6 acres ut liar grades all prices JC dins Creek Well miles from llardinibiirr FOR SALB FARMS Wo hreed on scientific principles tho POULTRY for IN FINEBlack Minorcus Bull Cochins Barred Plymouth Hocks following FEW DOLLARS IN- Â¬ Â¬ Ky Heres Some 15 20 25 and 50c Ladies black fashionable cotton hose guaranteed fast and stainless color double heel and too at 25c worth 35c Gloves for men boys and women at all prices BARGAINS Goods Prices Nice line of towels at 5 and 10c Ladies hose good values at 5 10 Dry Remember the Main Question Which is Who is the cheapest and most reliable dealer in Groceries Drugs and Notions in Brecken ridge county Hundreds of people know the answer and will tell those that inquire that it is N Good buck glove reinforced and riveted thumb 1 per pair One pound baking powder for 5c Mens wintor undershirts from 25o to 100 W E Brown BARGAIN CENTER IRVINGTON KY W A WITT Hardinsburg Ky To verify the correctness of the answer come and examine our goods and get our prices wheth Â¬ er ready to buy or not All we AS A STARTER is A OALL A purchase will follow quite w w My Specialty IS But 444a HORSE -- SHOEING I Tested and Tried I w For 25 Years I can do all kinds of ni BLACKSMITHING WAGON MAKING AND GENERAL REPAIRING jTSrT i FOR SALE SEEDS in tip top style I guarantee all my work When you need anything in my lino consult mo naturally c JF WILL PAUL X DUTSOHKE Irvington Ky COUNTRY PEOPLE We give the highest price in cash or trade for your produce - WHOS AHEAD ture spiral lnuttrcHSCH Hewing ma chines uaildles and harness in eastern UreckenrldK county EMULSION Jt SCOTTS Whos got tho bvst line of furni Â¬ Â¬ McGlothlan i Irvington Piggott Ky- i UH mm Ailiai MIRU nf TiA T MTa UJnj J aniMjsna Bumuer yinimn iinmnw whb -- IrfuUfl A YAAOfcaptt Ilka r cHMtohvtit WtllTHining and iutdeMSlDagjojHWHiajw san tied pwr Gent a H1sje- Mi to Mulferotir lfcLatltiws far sikr PlllnlwTjit - sJtbl souaty who are T tis i WILLIAMS k LITTIJ2 avoanx m mVmlm Mtf I s NM w It has never deceived yew Look out that someone you does not try to ake new Invest your health In a tonlo some new medietas you know nouuB of SCOTT SOVrtlE Ctwmfau dlaaBDolnted you never HW-- - OF COURSE AND THKIft W A WITT HARDINSBHRG KY PKIOE9 i KwYok Pfc i 1 ARK ALL RIQHT TOO w r rrrr nrrn r -- i Li ORECKEWRIDGE Kg 1808 BABYS SMOOTH A FAIR SKIN v Grateful Mother Writes this Uttef Tells all about Hor Troubles when ArffANDENBDRG Daby Broke out with Sorofula Sores At the ago ot two months my baby began to have soros break out on his right Dlllo spent Sunday at home Leo Wo used all tho external ap- Â¬ Geno Fontaino is at horao and wo art cheek plications that we could think or hear ot all glad MM Frank Swan ia a pupil of Brandenburg to no avail The sores opreail all over ono slrio of his face Wo consulted a physi- Â¬ imprcBS tbo fact thnt wo nro working diligently lo increase oUr business in order to do that we realize Normal that wo must give you moro goods for your money than any house in cian and tried his medicine and In a week uio world enn produce Mr J V Lewis went to Louisville Wo are working hard and working all th6 time to raise tho standard and quality and hold down tho prices ThiB is tiio triio Becrct of our great bticcess soro was gono Bnt to my surprise In bpaco prevents tho the last Sunday mention of all articles but an idea can bo galnbd by what follows look- Â¬ f Tho first literary of the Normal came two weeks moro another scrofulous ing soro apicarod on babys arm It off Friday night Dcall Qrinnell and Joo Xlendrick spent grew vrorso and worso and when he was A bettor grado regular 200 Q j C ft thrco months otd I began giving him Sunday in Louisville Shoo our prico Sarsnparllla I also took Hoods I UU Mrs Ni d Iteesoof KeewB 0 is visit- Â¬ Hoods Good bacon 70 a pound Mens brown mix Â¬ ing her parente Mr and Mrs J K Baraaparllla and before the first bottlo Granulated sugar 17 pounds for 1 ed Cashmere Suits Extra fino Mens Fancy Shoes hand was finished tho sores were well and have Ditto Ii ty Good green coffee 10c a pound worth 8 our price attended the Owens never returned lie is now fouryears old made regular 8450 shoo our Miss Ella Hendrick ft P 12 barsgoodeoap for 25c boro Fair and was the guests of Mr and but he has never had any sign of those Prico Large box mustard sardines 8c a box Mrs II B rhlllips scrofnlous Bores sinco he was cured by 2 lbs Soda for 5c Coal oil I0c a gallon Mr and Mrs Thos II Ditto attended Hoods Sarsaparilla for which I feel very Mens Heavy Plow Shoes 98c a pair Axlc grcasb 5c a box the Baptist church last Sunday and were grateful My boy owes his good health v guests of Mr and Mrs W F Grinnell and smooth fair skin to this great med- Â¬ Fancy A better grado seamless back knows a thing or two She icine Oorelll Mrs 8 S WnoTEN Farming Suits would be says if love is love indeed no regret can ton Delaware Get only Hoods high topworth 8160 our prico 3 papors of pins for 5c cheap at 8850 our believe every word of it possible I be are Prompt eflklentnnd price 5 sp6ols of 200 yards each 10c I know it rlOOd S PHIS eujr In effect jr cents Weslerly thread for 10c I hear Stuart Owings will move his A nice line of Ladies Button family here to be conyeniont to him in his business Wo all hope he will he and The Kings Jackal prove him to or Lace worth 185 our prico J We expect be wise in his generation lias a lovely wife Black Clay Wor I have a beautiful picture ol my sweet more than one book from him next Best Indigo Blue and Simpsons Black A bettor quality of fall and win- steds worth 900 little friends Pauline and Lucy Film year Q ft I appreciate the Dowden of Sebree Our wedding bells will certainly grow Calicoes 4 Jo yard our price tor shoesworth 150 our prico P j thoughtful kindness rusty from disuse Dan Cupid is not of Long Branch was doing his duty but in the near vicinity Mrs Ella Jllto Ginghams 5c yard A genuine Dongola hand made highly quite sick Inst week Mrs Ditto is an they have pealed joyously Mr Dick Hagan and Miss Lou Shacklett hid tho fitting shoo in tho finished and most perfect immense favorite with tills individual Red Tablo Cloth 54 in wido 22Jo yd nuptial knot tied last weekat the brides who hopes she may soon recover I ome in the Buck Grove neighborhood market would be cheap at 3 ft ft ft P The Santiago Campaign by Gen Table dil Cloth best quality 15c yard officiating Mr 18 oz imported Clay Worsted rog- - AQ our prico Wheeler is his own Btory ot what he sw the It vis Judson Willett Hagan one of the most popular men ular 815 suits on the spot and is said to bo very Intel our prico AJJ Linen Window Shades 25o each Mens socks 6c teresting The book is now on the presi in the county and one of the best knowna Mens Shoes squaio or coin too loco or IIB bride is equally as popular and Choice of our 81250 and 15 Suits will Hiley has written a most estimable lady Mens suspenders 10c a pair James Whitcomb Congress would be cheap at go at 81050 for the next 30 days Cannolton Hoosior Cotton 4o a yard by patriotic poem about the American llu Spoons tablo and tea 5 and 10c per Be to censure teachers whose fair It is the bolt 8150 our prico which will appear in the Atlantic Month pupils not forth armed with diplomas Childrens Clothing from 98c suit and up Knives and forks 40c a set go ly and which will be published without fearful blunders in speaking to make payment spelliug writing and so on The teachers Everything for both sexes to wear To make a long etory Bhbrt When in Hardinsburg call at oUr store to make your purchases Wo have everything to eat in the grocery lino The present issue between China and may have been faithful and the examina r Great Britain seems a reason for one to lions may have been critical but all form and to make a great saving in your purchases wo beg you to call at search up interesting accounts on the with the pupil who when it comes to i Celestial Empire We are tired of Cuba practice or application is sadly deficient Porto Kico the Phillipines and Hawaii Very few graduates sustain their papers My Irvington friends are much elated The same applies to any branch of study over their college and its teachers Prof People should be very xareful how they Crabbe and wife Nothing so stirs and criticise even teachers themselves stimulates a community as a first class The Nbs grows more interesting and IHIigrlfcL We hope success may crown it engaging eacli issue The enterprising school Girls dont have ideal beaux ideal editor leaves nothing undone to enhance I husbaude in your mind They are only its value Something about Ponce from alluring dreams never realized Seek the pen of our Meade county boy Doc Main Store Ky congeniality of taste honor business Gray was most creditable to him he qualities and after the for better or writes exceedingly well We all hope wor8elearn to forbear the Legion will soon be honorably mus Â¬ WEBSTER Vft 1 1 0UKt to know that when suffer Bismarck believed in the press he had tered out by the president and our boy Wednesday to Louisville Mr Gilpin is I U U ing from any kidney trouble that Primacy Among the one of Breckenridpes most prosperous great faith in it He wrote many nrti can come home clwj for newspapers He was juasi editor Nations in last issue was fine a credit farmers he having started a poor man a safe sure remedy is Foleys Kidney Weevil in wheat and is now worth his thousands You to any paper published anywhere at different times of four or live papem Cure Guaranteed or money refunded Missionary day here Thursday He was a mail ot birth and never strayed I have the October numbers of Mun cant keep a hustlint man down in thisÂ¬ RA A R Fisher Cloverport country And while speaking of hustfrom the path of polite journalism sey and The Cosmopolitan They The News continues to grow in favor Shellman Stephensport Gordon Hay Â¬ ling men we have one iu particular near bedfel- Â¬ is wonderful to see how some indi- Â¬ are brimful of the most interesting read Guston and it is young Will Baskett If It Truly politics makes strange nes Patesvilldj W E Witt Hardins War Time Snap Shots in viduals can adapt themselves to the ing matter re- Â¬ lows of uncongenial minds and not Munsey with photographic scenes from he lives and meets with no unusual society T J Compton is a petltt juror from burg verses in life I predict that ho will some sliaw it If this were the chromo age the Santiago campaign pictures each day count his surplus by the thousands here as from 05 to 75 I would order one subject with vivid fidelity and stirs up Youhk Worland Carter another extra Dade Wears the Blue John Ross has moved back here from funned for a ce tain lassie I happen to all tho enthusiasm an American wants mover in this vicinityis This kind of Irvington The First Kentucky under Colonel John Masters Clay Colson and David Mur know men are not continually cursing the gov- Â¬ J D Babbage attended the speaking rav nephew and son of the Colonel and Through the kindness of Mrs Piegott B Castleman is compluneted Col C ernment they seem to believe in six- Â¬ More the gray from 51 to 05 but today Saturday 1 Lieutenant Colonel respectively have have received from the Bay View the south holds no more WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED teen to one but 1 mean sixteen hours here hearty supportuniforms Circle of Flint Michigan several maga er of the union Bro Bigham failed to fill his appoint- Â¬ secured their blue regulation inch of labor to ono dav and look handsome to every OUR PALL LINE OP zines and u circular telling of the course Mr Editor you remember about a ment here Sunday them Lexington Herald One of the ioat remarkable and this year Spanish French The work of Irvington was Prof S Geo Hook month ago you were in our town and is delightful and I wish we will organize picturesque figures of this century is Dr happened into the telephone exchange here last Saturday a circle here Irvington lias a charming Alfred Kuasol Wallace who has entered A man remarked John when wo got Mrs Mary A Jordon is visiting in ltroiU with yon whether yon continue theafBa GOODS upon his seventy sixth year is of Scottish otio AV narve klllloe tobacco babit N ftH with telephones throughout the county wont Onensboro last week 1 npjpj removal tha dvalra for tobaa o viUi I went to hear Bro Jenkins last Sunday descent being directly connected great it make it hard on tho county papers axpala Tdw has O H Adkisson Jolly Cains popu- Â¬ out Qarvoua dlatraaablood raflffnU J 1 tfKT tine purlflae tho who hns as is generally known been the ancient Wallace clan Hetheory so Well we have had a test of it riqht here Bib LJlw0 1 9Luooboxee atorea loal manhoodifam the quite ill since last we sat uuder the confidence in people Darwin hold him in our midst sinco that day There are lar clerk wad here Sunday makee you itroncfB I m 1 JLaaold 00DOO CLOTHING we know have I some I aajvcurrurtj buy Quite a number from this community In health nerraar sound of his voice He shows his illness out but I do telephones running in all directions from Â¬ and poct--1EVERY not flf d LKO Toll AG from own dniffglatwho but is patient and we all hope he will mission of acquired believe in the trans- this town and the other week one of the attended the Owensboro fair last week MJt character The non Take VTiBvlPwa win patiently paralitentlyIt with soon be himself His sermon was touchMrs L G Jordan is visiting her On afl il heredity of acquired variations has been largest stock barns in this neighborhood ing Witnesses for God aB guaranteed uaually cureei SboxeaasO burned aud I heard some of the men daughter Mrs Will Board near Guston PiM L AlA boztl to eure or we refund money proven Heres what I like most about SHOES WmS Harllai Wtmtti Ce CUaaae Mealfeal Sew If L who have telephone communication say Sand tho most gifted woman this dear old man of letters he says George Clayton Crossou and Mug Severs served of the century made one fatal mistake that they knew nothing of tho burning as an escerp for the Hon D R Sinitn When women are thoroughly educated when she linked her deBtiny with Mug and have the same wages us men and do until they saw it in the Bkkckknbidok here j COMPLETE sett she is not alone but bIioMihs done not sell themselves either in marriage or Nkws And instead of the telephono People along the main line appreciate system damaging tho county paper it is to purify French literature and out of it the result will be most benefimuch the improved rail road facilities on tho the truest thing sue ever wrote was that cial to the race especially to all men and only a rapid means of getting news to branch the one only thing that can endure is women who admire what is great and headquarters that it may bo seen in What has become of the telephone Practice good and benevolent and despise what print the rule of right and virtue Startling Sonsaiion GOODS constructors This town just must have it and we are as a Gibralte is mean and bad Again this wonder- Â¬ Dun Tobacco Siit and Smule lour I Ifc Attar a telephone The class In literature at Brandenburg ful figure tells us he is a continuous To quit tobacco easily nnd forever Adair county lol owing in the wake Normal have Nathaniel Hawthornes worker or he would not be happy but he netlc full of life nurvounil tlifor take be mas Let the of Edmonson has gone dry Scarlet Letter under discussion than varies iu tie reaus light literature lie the wonder worker tliat make weak men good work go on which nothing is more highly agreeable dont favor a pessimist writer He ad- strong All druggists fcOo or II Cure guaran to refined tastes Mr Richard Mansfield The Hon D R Smith addressed an mires Lorua Dooue and has explored teed Uooklet and Bample free Address himself made a dramatisation of it a the Doone Valley He likes Dickens Stcrllne Ilemedy Co Chicago or New York i iterested assemblage at the school house hbre last Saturday libretto wan made of the Salem story for Tennyson Kipling ROSELLE IND which Walter Damrosch composed the To receive a nice boquet and never One Minute Cough Cure surprises peo music The idea of not reading Scarlet know who sent it makes a fellow feel Letter It is a gem pie by its quick cures aud children may like he was sent for and couldnt go Rev A F Beau is holding a protracted Clinton Crutcher aud wife of Ganett Mrs Frances Hodgson Burnett since take it in largo quantities without the meeting Twenty one attended church here last Sunday and her divorce wants to be known as Fran least danger It has won for itself the additions at Locust Grove have been added were the guests of mamma Kurtz res liodgHon Her publishers object best reputation of any perparation used Mr Alfred Adams wife and daughter bhe has a son the original Lord Fauntle Mrs Jas Wilson of Owensboro who roy who will certainly retain his fathers to day for colds croup tickling in the of Kansas are visiting his father and has been sick for Bometime is visiting KY mother Mr and Mrs George Tale may have throat or obstinate coughs Short Fame and forture name her father Aaron Norton near here Mr Samuel Furrow and Miss Yandy turned her aside but common sense Haynes Jesse Herndon and family and Miss Pauley of Holt Kv wore married Sun should do a little for a woman of literary Lulu Lewis attended church day at the residence of Mr and Mrs D day ami took dinner with Mrs here Sun Goods Must Go ani supposed to have polemic power Kurtz GUSTON 11 Key A F Beau officiating fiction in Tate F R WILDER M HARDltf Should the weather remain favorable Mr Fred Furrow and Miss Llllie Tate 028 Fourth tit Louisville Ky Kichard Harding Davis has been se- Â¬ BraneuburgKy it would take till Christmas to work up 50 pes Calico worth 5c at 3c accompanied them verely criticised as a war correspondent Mips Ilena Khacklott is making a visit tlie sorgliaiu crop unless more mills were but I am ready to defend him and I do to her brother Dr Warner Shacklett 10 pea Bluo Cottonade worth Truth wears well People have learn- Â¬ imported not believe he had intentions of injuring 15c at 9c Owlncr to the wet weather some farm ed that DeWltts Little Early Risers are Uncle Pat Lyddan and uncle SamCar thu American cause He saw so much 1 box sample Slippers and his brain effervesced and clamoured for ers are complaining of corn rotting in reliable little pills for regulating the den two octogenarians from here attend Â¬ the shock bowels curing constipation and sick ed the Owensboro fair as interested utterance His Soldiers of Fortune Shoes at 49c You made a mistake iu setting up last headache They dont gripe Short A spectators last week Bet Window Shades 10c each Â¬ woek said use screen wire on apple Haynes I H L Kurtz is making trading iu cattrees to keep off rabbits instead of baling tle a specialty He will buy or eell cowp Good Bleachod Cotton at 5c IN IRVINGTON 15 wire like you had it or ho hab them to trade or let just any Ladios Corsots worth 50c way to suit auy body Frank Miller who has been at home Difficult work puch as Bridges and Crowns a sriedalty at 25c for the last thirty days on a furlough We see in the papers that our soldier left last Sunday for his camp where he boy Henry Simmons has beeu brought Latest appliancos used Good work guaranteed own Remnants Silks at your will resume his military duties back to Virginia along with a uumbur of prico sick soldiers from Porto Rico We liope Mrlerry Cuudifl has sold his farm to lo sue him at home shortly Will Baskett Jr vnd will move into Ladies Vests at 4c jus ton the first of November to become society ot The Ladies Boys Vesta at 3c It is absolutely usoless to expect a Ellztbethtowii Missionary of the M the a citizen and business man of this town E district formerly called Diagram Suits surgical operation to euro cancer or church Southi will hold an all day ser Â¬ LadieB Hoso 10c quality at Mrs Sig Loeb went to Louisville lost ami so called because the dia The cruelty vice here next Thursday the 13 inst week to be present at tho marriage of any other blood disease 5c gram showing the making or is illustrated in her sister Clara to Mr Kufus Carter of such treatment of deitths which the dinuer served on the ground Cotne tho vitals of the garments is af1 ulurming number re- Â¬ lOo 15o and 20c Organdies aud spend a pleasant day with us and Both contracting parties live at Vino tached to the sleeve of emy sult from it The disease is in the learn something of missions at 5o Grove coat blood and hence can not bo cut out Formerly thu sentiment ol the masses 10 doz Century Corsots worth The Hon Dave Smith will speak here Nine times out of ton the surgeons was very much In accord with the ext knife only hastens death Saturday October 10 at one oclock 100 our prico 49c views of tho press aud our lead New The republican aud populist candidates Mjr non bad a moat malignant Cancer for Best Jeans Pants 49o are invited to attend aud a division of wlilcli tin doctora said an operation wu Ute ng statesmen as pertain- - d to the lead Â¬ ing issues of the day But now learning will be grunted 80 Mens all wool filling suits time only nope tiio oper wis loin experience sutteeinMiiship all a Genral App Shacklett and his brother ationaiwaiwaa anrere worth 17 at 398 one go lornouirtit when uot iu accord with It necfa Blant from McLean county are here aary to cut down to the ephemeral yltws of the populace I Sample Hats at your own the Jawbone and now visiting friends and relatives Mr He who would beuoDUlurb fore the Dub It price t Blant Shacklett is eighty years of aire scrapewhile Before great l lin must adopt every popular expremed the Can hut is a well preserved man seemingly cer returned aud beÂ¬ view however vague or unreasonable grow rapidly not over sixty five or seventy years old gan to Count up in buying Groceries aud eveu anticipate forthcoming fade We gare htm many You can pick from Blue and George Smith who has been clerking remedlea without re pud advocate them whuthur be believes Black ClevioU and WorsUxIs and Dry Goods Co is out oi the store lief and on ally for F Loeb them or uot aud from over CO different a 2QlbsnicQ Qugar 1 00 now and is speculating in a small way upon the advice ofto friend drolded styles of mixtures Plaids and In both linos wo are prepared on his own hook George was a very try S S S Swlftn 10 bars St Louis Soap at 25c Working Womans Home Associa Â¬ Checks in all the new fashion popular clerk as he was very polite to cJpcclOo and wltn able fabrics Bulla to tit every the aecond bottle he with the stock and prices Good Coal Oil 10c per gal every ono and attended strictly to his began to Improve After twenty bottles bad tion build of men as nice as the own business been taken the Oaneer disappeared entirely Good Green Coffee -3 lbs for best tailors can fit you sure to make and he waa cured The cure waa a permanent J IS Peoria St Chicago III Mrs Jake Williams of Stiths Valley We are sole agents for the one for he la now aeventeen yrara old and 25o Jan 11 1800 tMk the trhin here last Saturday fur never had a algn of the dreadful dlaeaie tohai reÂ¬ celebrated Diagram Sulfa the it an object to you to come JN MUBDocir Louisville where she will attend the turn Our Working Womans Homo Associa best in the world for the money 379 Snodgraaa St PaUaa Texaa marriage of her brother Dr John More Send a mail order for any Â¬ BIGtfOUf INALU to our store tion used Foleys Honey and Tar six men and Miss Daisy Farmer of that city Absolutely the only hope for Oaneer years ago and are using it to day thing you may need in our line It has Dr Moremen was formerly from Meade Is Swifts Specific Money refunded If goods are DEPARTMENTS Save 10 cents on every dollar by always been a favwlte for while its taste county but has been practicing in not perfectly satisfactory I Louisville for the past few years is not at all unpleasant I to affect are very patronizing Invitations are out announcing the beneficial It has never yet disappoint Â¬ Co marriage of Mum ALoulea Chick to Mr Geo ed us Wishing youall poislWe seccese Nelson Howard Smith The contractlcg it is the only remedy wbieh gee sincerely yours Lauiia l Fixon Mgr parties live in Lexington Ky Muu A R Fisher Cloverport R A Shell Chick la a daughter of the late James to tho very bottom ofttteibkioil ait4 forces out overy trace of the disease man Braudsriburg Ky Abraham Chick formerly of this county Third and Market Stepbunaport Uorda A Haynes S 8 S is guaranteed purely vegetable The consummation will take place in that city October ID at the Baptist and contains no potash mercury or P tesville E A Witt Har4jBsburg other mineral Louisville Ky 1 I UW church OUMTMR WW 1 t CALDMMCUUS Books on Cancer will b mailed free Mr W II Gilpin of near Ouster any address by the Swift ipeelfic shipped a load of stock from here hut to Atlanta G Go W14V New Fall and Winter Goods Just Arrived YOUR HARVEST TIME OR YOUR GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY J Bight now we have tho biggest and largest stock of Dry Goods Clothing Boots Shoes and PfmaHingteA aaLOOTIEfcTGh SiEiOIES 0 003 An Novelty 125 Oflii 0 o nc J JDttlT G-OODD- S- LADIES At BLACI HOSE 575 -- OLtLv fee 125 THE GREEN FLAG BARGAIN STORE Peoples Protection from Prices Hawesville HARDINSBURG KENTUCKY l Â¬ Autumn Goods LINE IS DRY VJ Â¬ vfl IMVr and Â¬ V1 Ladies and Gents FURNISHING Â¬ Â¬ YeakeFs PRICES LOWER THAN EVEE BEFOEE Great ESS SALE Heston Willis Company CLOVERPORT We are Closing Out Â¬ J HARDIN WILDERt-- Q te VITALS The BRAND SUITS Cruel Knife Â¬ Fall Patterns VVV4i Dollars r vv v m are ready Â¬ 50 and Dinnes Â¬ Groceries 100 iHwMHli -- JQ 90 Â¬ LEVY BROS SSSBlood u Mi I I MITCH MEYER SDR PjEPSlN r4eTlflrriON rrWNrr5 i1MVIU1 vrsrrffR