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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 JbxJK j mSJ BRECKEN RIDGE NEWS WU VALL THR NRWS THATS KIT TO PRINT Koyit makei the food pure wbolcjome and dtllclou - - VOLXXIIfe M lniiii VpADBTffONAL LOCAL CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 19 1898 WHERE DOGS NO 14 C F Maltlngly wont to Flaherty yes Â¬ terday All goods nt Mrs 11 V Duncan at half price Mrs Ohare3 Lhhen Is quite sick at The Deajfjie Company Gets a her homo Two Hard Characters Sent to ftpeclactos that are adapted to the eyes Big Contract Short Haynes 1 the Penitentiary Mrs David Van Alstlnewentto Louis Â¬ Operates Eight Saw Mills and Employs ville on a visit Sunday Ohio County Murder Case Is Continued to ta All bargain roads in millinery lead to 300 Hands AAT ENTERPRISE WONT BITE Miss The Dean Tie Company Las secured a contract forJiOOjcara of cross ties which must be furnia eJ eastern railroads dur Â¬ ing the coming winter The enormous contracts the company already baa ou hands for cross ties ship timbers aud wagon stuff has necessitate ed the operation of eight saw mills in the back narttof the county The com- any employment to aooui 3UU Elands gives Saturday was nay day at Gleii- and deane ThtTatiiouut of money distribut- ed among theaborerB was quite Iargand helps itosereate great prosperity in that part of Breckenridge W J Dao Jr is manager of the com- Â¬ pany and- - he is a favorite son Of Breck- enridgeHe is one of the most enter business men in prising and Kentucky and his energy and good judg Â¬ ment is making him one of the most successful and prosperous men within the borders of this commonwealth - f Dizziness loss of appetite llatuleucy and nausea are all connected with dys- Â¬ pepsia or Indigestion HERBINE will give promptrolief Price 50 cts A R Fisher BIGSI0NE ilMAGNATES f Investigate the Sandstone Quar w series BeIovTown Indiana Capitalists May Become Interested In This Locality Colonel Rldgley Cayce general land and development ag4nt for the Hender- Â¬ son Route was in the city yesterday with a party of quarrymen from Bloom inifton Iud The party came in on the Katy and consisted of P K Buskirk II F Perry G K Perry Fred Matthews and J B Lyon- - All are prominently identified with the famous Perry Matthews Stone Company which con- Â¬ trols some of the finest stone properties in the Indiana Oolitic region The gentlemen inspected the sand stone quarries below town and were very favorably impressed with the ledge It is probable that they will acquire the property and develop it on a large scale Â¬ Little J P Ditzenbach Is nvisltiug in the country for his health Mrs II V Duncan is selltngher Block of millinery at half cost Miss Sarah Richardson of Union Star was in Louisyille Monday Miss Clara Lewis of Hardlnsburg is the eueet of Miss Florence Lewis Beautiful Beautiful hf our new fall line of millinery Miss Judjtu filler Millinery I one general expression the most captivating hats at Miss Judith Millers V Mrs Price Qrahatn and littleieon Joe went to waituiau Bunilay to visit rela tives t Mr W Rl Wilson ol Louisville Is vis iting his parents Mr D V Wilson and fa mih Wilson Cobbs stock at Jolly will all be new and no old stock in th house You want The latest the best the prettiest and the cheapest we have it Miss Judith Miller On Friday Oct 28 Wilson A Cobb will open up a conplete stock of general merchandise at Jolly Ky Mr and Mrs R S Berry are very hap- Â¬ py over the arrival of a 10 pound boy at their home last Wednesday Â¬ te Judith Millers s Next Court NEW STORE NEW GOODS NEW PRICES We have finally moved to our new store room and are offer- Â¬ ing some great bargains Look at these prices and compare with the prices you have been paying Society will Mrs W B Rutledgo next Monday Oct 21th at 2 30 p m Erne6TlVtea brother of Si Pateof Hardinsburtr arrived home on n furlough from cainji Hamilton at Lexington Dont bay your fall goods until vou see YVllon Cobbs goods at Jolly Ky Their prices will be surprisingly low Opeujng of fall Btyles In pattern hats bonnets ancl childrens caps at Miss Judith Millers this week Call and ffhtfLadieaMf88ionary met twith them Everybody Is invited to inspect the stock of goods and prices at Jolly Ky to be opened ur by Wilsou i Cobb Oct 28 so STOCK NEWS A Very Large Shipment Made By John Squires of John Ilenniuer combined weight 2110 for I3C0 he bought one cow of Charley Mattiugly for 21 he purchased 3 steers from Rarney Squires average weight 850 pounds for 350 two oxen from An Â¬ derson Hook weight 2300 for 1 10 and 2 30 from Frank DeHaven 12 sheep at 3 50 each from Ed Goodman 8 hogs average weight 212at3 40 from Rachel DeJarnetto 2 sheep for 5 50 from Houston Dellaven one crippled steer for 0 from MrMcCorl cpw lor 20 This bunch of stockrwlth 44 hogtfof his own fattening was shipped to Louisville mar Â¬ ket by MrSqnlres last week two Steers John Squins boupht ft Â¬ I Willies CREAM VERMIFUGE is a highly valuable preparation capable frpmtile promptitude olits action of clearing the system jn a few hours of every worm Price 25 cta A R Fisher BEST IN YEARS Tobacco Crop Damaged Butyls Above the Average Mike Blaine of Stephensport who is one of the be stposted judges of tobacco in this section of the country reports that tobacco has been greatly damaged by the damp warm weather of a few weeks sinV He estimates the loss to-be about 3Q per cept in weight and qualty lie reports this to he the beat crop that Has been raised in this section in years They Wont Have It The property owners along Chestput street and Hepburn avenue JrJ Louis-Â¬ ville will not have their streets paved with the Barber companys asphalt or that of any tother member of the trust They say that unl 3s they get their streets paved as cheap us tin Brecken ridge company proptets to do it they will go to court and rrstmln the trust contractors from layiug the street Â¬ Cobb Jolly will buy for Wilson spot cash thereby securing the 017 low- Â¬ est prices and will sell only for cash or produce Mrs La Neave and daughter of Frank- Â¬ lin Tenn have been the guests of Mrs La Neaves parents Mr and Mrs Capt A S English Mrs R H Hawkins and little daugh Â¬ ter who were the guests of her mother Mrs Ulrich Farber last week has re- Â¬ turned home Dont forget the opening of Wilson Cobb at Jollv Ky Oct 28 Lookout for their big ad1 very soon naming some very low r rices- Misses Sal lie Weatherholt and Gertie Boultinghouserof Cannelton spent Sun- Â¬ day in this city the guest of Mr and Mrs J D Gregory Reading Is a pleasures when you wear spectacles that correct defects of vision Thats the kind handled and fitted to jour eyes by Short Haynes Mrs Milt Miller of Sample was in the city Thursday She called at the News ollic and subscribed for the best county newspaper on earth Cobb at Jolly will cany a Wilson full line of coffins and shrouds They have had several years experience in trimming coffins and caskets Wilson Cobb who are going to open up a stock of general merchandise at Jolly Ky aro from the well known firm Co of Fordsvllle Ky of Wilson x You wiUalways Tecive the Hiot courteous treatment at Wilson uobb They will take great pleasure in show Â¬ ing you through their stock at Jolly J C Wbeoler formerly a resident of this place but who now resides near jiOuisvme was in lino cny visiting lor the first time in eight years Saturday Jumes Lanagan formerly a resident of Breckenridge county but now of Brazil Ind was in the city Saturday This is the first visit he has paid to his old home u seventeen years Great Bargains in hats I Dont buy your fall and winter hats until you have seen our line we are showing everything new out this season guarantee to please Miss Judith Miller Miss Evelyn Murray Bowling Green Miss Minnie Murray Salt Lake City Charles Cashman Frank Mercer spent Sunday lu the city and took dinner at Breckenridge Inn with E O Babbage Wilson Cobb at Jolly will receive a car load of furniture between the 1st and j5th of Noy Dont buy any furniture unui you Egtipqif iiutiyw prices niey will make iciai euori 10 ilease you In mis line Miss Florence Lewis and her mother went to Kirk Sunday to visit John Rhodes who Is quite sick Miss Florence returned Sundav evening but her moth Â¬ er remained at Kirk where the will spend a few days at the bedside of Mr Rhodes Judge McBeath has appointed clerk Sherman Ball trustee of the jury fund The absence of witnesses continued a Absolutely Pure number of cases on the civil docket and the court will wind up its business to- Â¬ day Wm Lindsay was convicted in the Circuit court last week of horse stealing royal Muma fOWDtH CO NIW Yomc and given five years in the peneteutlary John Beavln of Cloverport was given one year for house breaking GUSTON The attorneys for the defendant in the Misa Eula Stith of Louisville is visit Ohio county murder case that was trans Â¬ ferred to the Breckenridge county court ing his brother Forrest near this place on a charge of venue were granted a Charley Anderson went to Louisville continuance lost week to get more material for the Ladies Dress Goods all wool 45c and 50c omplt tin of his new house ASSOCIATION NOTES Metsri Lutn Craycroft and Ered Percales fall styles 8c to Mnilor of Big Spring and Miko Lyd Clarks O N T Thread 4c How tho Pedagogues Enjoyed Them- Â¬ dan ol near Irvinglou attended the epexkiug Jeans per yard 10c to 30c Qlendeane selves at Dining the winter months the Chris Â¬ New Prints Outing Cloth Flannels tian Endeavor services at this pluce will Flannel- Â¬ Talks from the teachers and with them be held nt 3 oclock p in instead of at ettes etc at lowest price show tbatHhey are teaching current his- Â¬ night as formerly tory Another step forward Mrs I ouisa Karcher of New Bedford Styles Howards address on A new Mass Mrs U Kagin and Mrs Fred teachers first day in school was pro- Â¬ Sutherland of Frankfort Ky are visit- Â¬ ing Mrs Geo J NefT nounced one of tho best things given David Duncau the Meade County There seems to be an unusually large number of literary societies conducted Messenger man was at tho speaking by the schools Again we are advanc- Â¬ here Saturday David la a whole souled fellow and makes friends wherever he ing goes and heres luck to the Messenger Regret was expressed among many of come again David the teachers that Mr Coke was absent Mrs George N Lyddan entertained a All the ladies who had met Charley Moorman were disappointed when they few friends on tho Kith nt her hospitable Irvlngtou celebrating her learned that he could not get around home nearAn elegant dinner was served birthday from Coustautiue iu her usual good style The crowning Supt Driskell explained that the feature of the collation was a freezer ol checks Issued by him for teachers salary the best sherbetI ever ate in my lite and require no revenue stamp We always I herein say to vou ladies who do not tbouuht so but wanted to help pay that know the receipt for making such sher- Â¬ war dobt and we affixed them anyhow bet send to Mrs Lyddan immediately Thais patriotic and get it Profs Logan and Crabbe placed tho The rainy weather together with a Wo have ordered teachers under obligation to them for shortage of wheat drills Is impeding their valuable talks Theso men deserve wheat sowing to a considerable extent and will receive in B all the pupils their school buildings will The farmers are sowing a large crop this Pi hold Theso visits to the associations fall and if the yield next season is ai about 10 days the wld give them pupils for their talks are good an it was this seanou you may look of a kind that convince us of the merits out for 40 cent whsat Farm is as well as best lino of of their institutions dealers have ordered drills and received Roy Mr Hodge entertained in a the usual reply that they could not bs The rare way His remarks were spiced with furnished for the dmnnnd was greater witty sayings and humorous descrip- than the supply Si that shoes th tions His experience as a teacher was farmers throughout the United States laugh provoking His suggestions on are all putting iu a large acreage and bona dus I never saw so much used teaching show that he taught success u before in my life lv I might say by way oi parenthesis that he will come again and that he has The distinguished I H Smith Olted agreed to preach for us next time his appointment ln re last Saturday and CLOTHING ever Prof Crabbe was at home here many poured very copiously 10 to 1 ratio to his There was not u five silver audience peraons from this section having attend Â¬ brought to Breck lame crowd to lu ur him owing to two ed his school when he taught atliardins facte tliu one was the farmers were buiy burg His welcome whs enough to put enridgo or Meade him in his best humor and Indeed his sowing wheat and tho other is the farmer has begun to realize that politics was an inspiration counties Wo have Silver ick Owen Buid Prof you are one of does not keep his fence corners cleaned out or give him the long promised pros the very few men who get youuger as never they get older And Dick was right Derlty that he has ao frequently had sung to him In the audience that heard Mr as he always is The professors 45 years Clothing before and have not changed bis boys heart and Smith was 11 small sprinkling of gold Democrats and Republicans who of his superior education is of the right our stock will be LtxHU fvVl if kind making him feel his brotherhood course didnt agree with his 10 to 1 sys tem without the aid or consent of any now- fresh and with man kind and aiding him in help Â¬ other nation for he then assorted that ing and bettering the world France was the cause of our elver dol- Â¬ Btyles Give lars going to 103 cents iu 1873 A FREAK POWDER Â¬ DRY GOODS GROCERIES 17 lbs Granulated Sugar for Lion and XXXX Roasted Coffee 19 lbs Light 0 Sugar Bacon 2c 100 10c pkg 100 8 l 3c per lb 8 l 3c per lb Lard Nice Line Fresh Candy Just Received Mens and Womans A FULL LINE OP MENS AND WOMANS DIDBtVMl UNDERWEAR AT ROOK BOTTOM PRICES 1 CLOTHING LADIES WRARS ed direct This line purchas from the leaving middle Â¬ Mens manufacturer Youths the ksilKmuS VAIH JlsBRrlvvfjiiD mans and Boys profit to go to tho pur- Â¬ fPsBsSBBlBm chaser is the reason Killlf We can handled Â¬ - te aHKr Iliiisk sBflsSiHk and Give Bargains in this BIG SPRING us appall in this Stalk of Corn Produces Five Perfect Ears II J May who works a farm in the vicinity of Cloverport brought a speci Â¬ men of corn to town Saturday that is a curiosity in its way and demonstrates the capacity of Breckenridge soil Tho com was in the shape of a cluster of five perfectly formed ears that grew on ono stalk Thle specimen differed from most freak corn because none of the ears were nubbins If the whole field produced in the same proportion to this stalk the yield would be about two huudred bushels to the acre ATTENDED QRAND LODQE Â¬ Line li The Oldest Among lason in Breckenridge Was Present Breckenridge couuty the oldest Masons in Kentucky and has been attending the meetings of the Grand Lodge for the past forty one y oars He first attended when the meeting were held in Lexington almost half a century ago He is the oldtst Mason in this county Chintz Royalty master of Breck Â¬ enridge Lodge No 07 of Hardingburg attended the Grand Lodge as did Louard Oelie of this city Richardson Wilson Â¬ Masons who attended tho meeting of the Grand Lodge at LoulBvllle this week were W J Piggott of the Bewleyville Lodge and E T Drane master of the Hudsonville Lodge Mr Drane is one of the Andrews of Vino Grove was here last Saturday Mrs Talbott Is visiting her daughter Mrs Will Woodson of Kausas Uity Moorman Hardaway of Boweyville was here Sunday calling on a young lady Mr Wolf who has been here with his daughter Mrs Meyer returned to Louis vllle Sunday Mr Laven Meyer and sister Miss Het tip of Custer were the guests of Miss Nun Martin Sunday Geo Medley who is attending school lu Vine Grove came down Saturday for a day with his parents Dr Strother was iu Elizabethtown last Thursday and attended the Hardin county Medical Society Mr Lum Cosby of Kansas City was hero a few days fast week the guest of his sister Mrs Joe Modley Mr Elsby representing Tildeu Co pharmacists ol aw iorK caueu on ut Strother last Saturday with a line of samples John Meador camo up from Hardlns- Â¬ burg and continued journey after a few houre to see a fair one a little further up the country Mrs D O Moorman of Glendean who has beon visiting uer aunt Mrs Strother la now visiting her brother O D Haidaway near Bewleyville Dr Strothers horse became frightened and ran away last Saturday aud ran away with he and his sister slightly deÂ¬ molishing his buggy but neither ono Mr wss Tinware Hardware --AXj-sxrA-srs jueensware mr ii j 1 stock SHOES BUELLSJCELEBRATED MWtii AND NEW MODEL SEWING MACHINE 1 I With Manufacturers Guarantee For Ten Years fcBBBBBBl I BRAND BH Mcintoshs Line of Solid Goods are two of our lenders in this lino An exam- Â¬ ination of our shoes will bo to your interest i Y 11 1 J Hats and Caps BHHf t J hurt j XXtlBBL ViBBBSBSBsnD1 Oh How Thankful Pain Was Maddening rnd Hope Had Been Abandoned -- Wonderful Results of Purifying tho Plood A very severe jwlu camo a my left knee which grew vorsb and vorJJ amt Anally a sore btotecut above thJ krico It dUcharged a great 4taud Uo pull from my thigh dowu was maddening Large bard purple spots appeared on my leg I jmUwrsd la tWW way lor yers fpaUfcokstWa Belujpourey and iaso Uka ulne My wile waajsallnhot cured by Hoods Bantaparllla and sho adviied me to try It I began taking it and when I had used a few bottles I found relief from tny Buffering Oh buw thankful I am for this relict I I am stroagsr than I have ever neon JitmjUJIe I aw te the boat oUiealth Jiavflj ggoa Truth wears well People have learn edthat Da Wltttf Little Erly Risers are reliable little pills for regulating the bowels icujlng constipation and sick headache Tliey dont gripe Short Haynes ONCE MORE The Exturtlontsts Throw Coquets at Harry Mr Mordue of the Henderson route who has so endeared himself to the dele Â¬ gation was vpteuV prime of good fel lowsTaud a resoknion of thanks for hla geUt Kms hospitality tuloptfd by a unani- Â¬ mous vote He wan uloo Informed that it ho wanted anything any jrnembrr of the party posses d or could acquire and make his wishes kuowu he would not be treating his friends with the considera tion they hoped to dt serve Excursion Vv WlsfLoufcvllWrlV stubborn cases of Bronchi- The tls succumb to IBXULARIiS HOKE- HOUND SYRUP Price 25 and M eta -- AK FUlier 1 Invitations are out for tho approaching nuptials of R O Richardson of Louisville to Miss Enola Moore Wilson of Midway Ky The weddiug takes place Wednesday November 2nd at the First Mr Rich Â¬ Christian church at Midway ardson Is a Breckenridge county boy and is a member of the wholesale clothing firm of Hllpp Richardson of Louisville He is a youug man gifted with extraor Â¬ dinary business talents and possesses a fino character The bride elect js one of Midways most charming daughters and la connected with a very fine family The contracting parties have the sincere congratulations of the Nkws and a host of friends A Word For all fresh cuts or wounds in either the human subjects or In animals as a dressing BALLAR S SNOW LINI- Â¬ MENT is excellent while for sores on working horses specially if flow to heal or suppurating its healing qualities are Price 25 nnd 60 cts A It untqualed Fisher gfj-t-- mxteKsmmgmmz ivijprBBBBW V MTS Hi MrzJirrJZE73i3 7SSnBBSBSs1nJkC lsDBSBBTSSBSBBSBSBffTsC9BSsVui l Jrr- - The Latest Styles A wmLz StSi- - ft SbcsgBaggggf-2i - gStf ti--i- at FORDSVILLE of cattle last week A Baptist parsonage will soon be erect Â¬ Mr Shelby Ford shipped several head Drop leaf four drawers ished in Oak A Genuine Bargain Other people are ing this Machine for 2000 fin- Â¬ 1 ed nt this place Born to tho wife of Estel Mathews a fine boy Oct 10 Mr Fred Cooper made u business trip to Owensboro fcrlday Mrs Bob Crider maio a flying trip FOR S1500 the market affords r7Htejjl and at spot cash prices is the way we purchased our hats and caps Seeing is believing so t r n Hi M J 11 iHI 4 sell- Â¬ Call and take a look Va to Ladles iWiiuJaQwjfcanlUMlr Lisbon Falls Malm J P Moos ItttM bett M feet M Otto Tni Blood furWer liu jfTn uu Hands Hoods sPm pmtMulvtr On Minute Cougk Curs Tbt U wlitt wm aMtt for curat from Irvlngtou Saturday Mr Morris Wilson and family moved to LiiiUvllle last week Cooper has purchased tho Mr Wilson property aud will move in town ntxt innuth Bro RadclllTand family have moved to this pace Urn Radcliff has charge of the Baptist church Far MImJm Work A series of meetings will be held at the MissTulaO Daniel and Mrs Owea Baptist church begiutug after the fourth OaaaHHthaia ergaBlsfd an Auxiliary so Suuday in this month Mrs 0 Smith and sister Mrs Sweat ekty ol the Wetusas Foreign Mhwoa art ROeMy at Irvlogtoa Friday evaalax visited their sister Mrs Quissberry Sat Tua aw awMMMssAioa has IS hmmh4mm urday a few tullss from this town la sickness in her family Mrs 11 V Duncau is un Â¬ able to give her attention to her mllihery bsftinetM hiuI ad she desires to close out her stock she oilVra all goods Including the new fall stock at halt price This pkcts it below cost The stock must be closed nut in 30 dasaud those who come will get IIih best bargains Owing to the fact that there fit SHELMAN it IRVINiSTON fin 4 CO V KY r iNiW wttidiitii iflfrflirnrsrWiifsWulii v nifsWi imiii i CAtHlAKKT da l claimed ftr often snd are a trolr nlerf nl medicinetakaI hareat last nUlied for amvdlolne ploasantto Ukln and thjm M found It In CatcaroU Bloea blood has bm jorlBod and my coupWiton bas IJttl much betltr Inirtrr Mu8ALUiHftLLAHSLuurellTenn war BLOOD m BAD gTWnnc CANDY BRUTAU ae w i r sy THAOt HUM CURE CONSTIPATION In Mrrllr tmit tmfmj ClkM Good Nerer Hlcken Plraoant Potent Tatta flood Do Talatable Weaken or Gripe Ho tie MM Boldand jrnaranteed br alldrac gists to OVXK Tobacco Habit lltrl Twk K I UIAU BRECKENRIDGE WEDNE8DAY OCT NEWS ID 1898 Chinaman In Pickle The ship America arrived from the Alaskan canneries yesterday with 117 Chinese laborers lately employed there One of them died On route and not rel- Â¬ ishing the idea of having him buried at sea a puree was made up among his fel- Â¬ low Celestial and arrangements made with the mate to bring the body into port Thoro was nothing on board large enough to contain the remains but the officer was not to be deterred by obsta- Â¬ cles like that and with the help of a saw be fitted the body in a barrel by cutting oirthe legs and then filled the container with a pickled solution and headed it up thus cheating the fishes of a tender morsel San Francisco Chronicle Beats The Klondike Mr A C Thomas of Marysville Tex lins found a more valuable discovery tiian lias yet been made in the Klondike For years he suffered untold agony from consumption accompanied by hemorrh- Â¬ ages and was absolutely cured by Dr Kings New Discovery for consumption coughs and colds He declares that gold is ot little value in comparison with this marvelous cure would have it even if it cost a hundred dollars a bottle Asthma Bronchitis and all throat and lung affections are positively enred by Dr Kings New Discovery for consump Â¬ tion Trial bottles free at Short Hay lies drug store Regular size 60 cents and 100 Guaranteed to cure or price refunded A Sultans Name The full name of the Sultan of Ternati who received the Order of the Lion of Nasran at Queen Wilheltninas corona- Â¬ tion is Tadjul Mnrsul Biudjatflluhlllhan nan Siradjul Mulki Amirradin Iskander MunauurnBsadik Wahnwaininaladlln Sjali Iatra Ajanhar llasidhinktank Sudibdja OA8TORXA The Kind Yon Hae Alwars BwgH Baskett Coal Hiiafr iilCV r Is the best arid most economical Soft coal that can be used vemence to themselves To Cuban au fering they aro absolutely Indifferent We have no exact knowlodge now of the oxtent of starvation in Cuba outside of the east end of the island where we are in military occupation and reaiy to reÂ¬ Tlivro Has Marked Spains Last Days lievo all who are within reach pintail Have Grown to Enormous Pro are important reasons why the evacuation should go forward with the In Cuba portions in China least possible delay Meanwhile f tcillties for relief work should bo insisted on Over Half a AlHIIon People Extermi- Â¬ Tho sequoia of Weylerism overspread They Promise To Dsvelop Wonder- nated by Hunger the island and no doubt the mortality is fully In the Near Future still enormous Spain has always been One of the most prominent daily news Â¬ pitiless in Cuba and its last deeds in The Secretary of State has begun bis papers in Havana admitted a few days Amorica will havo the came marks of career in a way that harmonizes with the ago that since 1805 when the last revolt savagery as the first now position and responsibilities that began CO per cent of the native Cubans It Hiti the Spot the war with Spain has t rought to us have died It is a startling statement When suffering from a severe cold and says the New York Sun The despatch and yet con Armed by such other data aa lunga feel sore take a of the Baltimore and Petrel to Tientsin can be obtained Presently the whole your throat and Honey and Tar where the foreign fleets are assembled is doee of Foleys I will come out and the enormity of truth Iness will b s at primarily for I the purpose of protecting the Spanish purpose be made clear to the when the sore i warm great our legation and citizens at Pekin iu world Fiom the moment of the appoint- Â¬ once relelvedj parts af- Â¬ case the threatened attack on foteign ment of Weyler the policy was to kill off ful feeling and Dealing of the fected will bo experienced and you will residents occurs But the present crisis every element of the population that It feels so good It hits the spot in China is such that having once inter Â¬ sympathized with the rebellion or that say It is guaranteed A It Fisher Clover vened in it we are bound to stay and see waa Indirectly of assistance to it Worn Pateaville it through port Gordon Jc Haynes Whatever measures are de Â¬ en and children the aged and the helpA termined upon by R A 8bellman Stephensport the Ministers of the less were included in this awful scheme various powers even if they iuclude the and if the figures of La Luclia are cor- Â¬ Witt Hardlnaburg joint occupation of Pekin will be shared rect three fifths of the Cubans alive three AMERICA iu by us In all future developments we years ago are now in their graves The shall play the part that our commercial victims certainly number several hun- Â¬ Depicted by Henry Wat- - interests demand and the despatch of dred thousand But for the intervention Its Future terson In His Oration at our warships is correctly interpreted in of the United States this colossal decree London as a signal that henceforward we of murder would have completed its Frederick Md must be looked upon as an active ele- Â¬ work leaving in Cuba only the Spanish ment iu tho evolution of the Celestial mountains some population and in the No longer a nuddle of petty sovereignwandering bands of natives scarcely bet- Â¬ ties held together by a rope of rand no Empire Tnut such is our proper policy admits ter than brigands Haying failed to over- Â¬ longer a body of mercenary shopkeepers Our trade with China come the tactics adopted by the insur- Â¬ worshiping rather the brand upon the of no question gent the immense Spanish army in dollar than the eagle on the shield no has grown during the past ten years at a prodigious rate It is already worth all Cuba nas charged with the destruction longer a brood of provincial laggards of the whole native race hanging with bated breath upon the but 20000000 a year With the open Little is known at this moment of the movements of mankind afraid to trust ing of the inland waters and the creation real condition of the Cubans but it is themselves away from home or to put ol new treaty ports it must infallibly belioved that great suffering exists A their principals to the test of progress grow still faster in the future Our geo- Â¬ few days ago a dispatch from Matanzu and of arms but a nation and a leader graphical position gives us an advantage stated that the death rate from starva- Â¬ of nations a world power which duret in the race for Chinese commerce over tion there continues heavy Between face imperialism upon its own ground every other country except Japan In January 18U7 and September 1K8 10 with republicanism and with it dispute the Piiilliplnos we have an unrivalled OUU persons had died in that city and 80 the future of civilization It is the will basis of operations from which to make per cent of the number according to doc of God let not man gainsay Let not our iulluence felt from Manchuria to Every consideration tore certificates from hunger Weylere man gainsay until the word of God has Cochin China reconcentration order sent into camp been carried to the furthermost ends of makes it plain that the fate of the Chin Â¬ 100000 of the agricultural population of the earth not until freedom is the herit- Â¬ ese Empire iu a matter of direct and vital the four western provinces In none of age of all His creatures not until the interest to ourcommercial future II the Cuban question had not passed these as yet have we any troops nor are blessings He haa given us are shared by we allowed to distribute relief Qen His people in all lands not until Latin into a critical stage just when it did it is Fitzhugh Lee stated officially last Janu- Â¬ licentiousness fostered by modern probable that our Chinese policy would ary that privation had carried off 200 wealth and culture and art has been ex have been made patent to the world QOO of the rural population in the four patated by fire and Latin corruption and mouths ago That negotiations were western provinces one fourth of the cruelty have disappeared from the gov- Â¬ pawing between Washington and Lon Â¬ number including 32000 children of ernment of men not until that sober don and that the President was being tender age in Havana Province alone suited Anglo Saxonism which bprn at urged to join with England in preserving Consul Barker of Sagua a Grande re Â¬ Kunnyniede was to end neither at York the open door was common knowledge ported a total of 80580 deaths in his dis-Â¬ town nor at Appomattox has made at But with the Spanish war on his hands trict within eleven months The Consul one and the same time another map of it was impossible for President McKiu at Matanzas placed the number of starv- Â¬ Christendom and a new race of Christ- Â¬ ley to do more than assure Lord Salis- Â¬ ing in that province at over i0000 In ians and yeomen equally Boldiers of the bury of his sympathy and moral support the light of these figures it is easy to be- Â¬ sword and of the cross even in Africa Now that the war is over a firmer note lieve that the Havana paper speaks with and in Asia as we have made them here can be struck and the policy of the authentic knowledge in America Thus and hue alone and United States made clear What that policy should be is obvious A month of delay has occurred in land Â¬ wherever the winds of heaven blow ing the relief provisions on the lied Cross shall fly the spirit if not the actuality of Our interests in China are wholly com- Â¬ steamer Comal The Spanish authorities the blessed symbol we have come here mercial We do not want any territory demanded the payment of 00000 duties this day to glorify ashamed of nothing to administer or any sphere of influence and with characteristic dilatory move- Â¬ that God has sent ready for anything to keep order in The sum of our ambi- Â¬ tions in the Celestial Empire is to trade ments consumed weeks in reaching a con- Â¬ that God may send on equal terms with other nations a clusion on this one point Starvation lias right which has been guaranteed to us by no weight with the Spanish remaining In DeWltfs Little Early Risers three treaties As matters now stand it Cuba unless attended with some inon- The famoui little pill seems obvious that Manchuria has be- Â¬ come practically a Russian province and that equal commercial opportunities can no longer be looked for there The same applies to the German possessions at Kiao Chou and the Frencii possessions in the south Iu these three districts of the empire the open door has been def- Â¬ initely closed There remains the Valley the central richest and most populous division of China which Eng Â¬ land is endeavoring to reserve for the free competition of the whole world Whatever assistance wo can give Eng Â¬ land in making her control of the Yangtse an assured thing ought to be given Our interests stand on all fours with hers and tho objects for which the two countries are striving aro Identical g The loss of the Valley would press as hoavllv upon us as upon tha merchants of Liverpool AMERICAN SAVAGERY INTERESTS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Cook On Oct 2 t898 Mrs Detfluy Cook panned from suffering on earth to that bright celestial home on high prepared by God and liln angels She has suffered helplessness for several year She was born Dec 28 lt05 and lived to the age of t4 Her life was spared till alio could see her sou John Cook who came from Kansas to visit her for tho last time The same day I e tookhis doparture for hia home in Kansas she grew worse and a week from the same time God said her sufferings went over She thou closod her eyes iu Bwoet repose I nnd tho angels bore her gently upward ST with a smile resting on her lips as a token lo those she left on earth to mourn her absence that there is peace and happiness in th trust of God Her wrinkled brow aud furrowed cheeks will ever be in sweet rememberance of her two daughters who so earnestly watched by her bedsidetill the icy hand of death claimed er as its victim and va told them Bhe was ready for tho silent tomb Ob how they loth to give her up for they have said we have no mother to V BBakrPBBsBBSSSSSSa sVV cheerish our memory now but we pray Gods blessings to hover around them that they may so live to meet that mother in radiant glory robed in the spotless realms of the Eternal beyond God knows what keys in the human soul to touch in order to draw out its sweetness and most perfect harmonies rVjkTnjAjflUaBliBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBY Heaven in its mercy haa placed the foun wisdom in the hidden and con- Â¬ tain of cealed depths of tho bouI the children of misfortune might seek and find in its healthful waters the nutidote and cordial Our Navy and Dicks Best brands are made absolutely of of their rares and calamities wheat No adulteration Mrs Cook has lived ever since the of her husband March 8 1844 death with her single daughter and fcraudson who recently married a lady which with in her has a pure noble and generous Write for eoul the three had faithfully cared for Made in Breckonridge county in tho best mill in tho county and nursed the age I form an best they Send orders to prices knew how Her remains were interred ii- In the family grave yard at her lioraei sho had stood by and heard the where thunder bIiowom of the rold clods as they were rolled on tho body of two sons and a husband hIio and her husband bath were devoted workers for Christ for many years before their death they wero members of the Baptist church The bereft family have the heart felt sympathy of their nelgbor and many friends COMBTANTINK Death of Mrs Jce6 Kt YOU WILL 11ND iVBBBSSV mSBBSSllBBBSSV Dicks Brands of Flour are THE BEST m -- 1 o CD td Â¬ Â¬ Honest Flour at an Honest Price DANIEL Di y k Miller and Wheat Buyer w WX ADDISON KY 1 lie angel of death has taken away Our deir old mother true and kird And now she sleeps In the silent grave While her slct dwells in that far oft clime Oh Go I how msterlou how strange are thy way i To take rem ui the jewel of our Iays We mlS her gentle voice wc lee her empty chailt Our home is so lonely sine mother Ii not there A UBANDCH1U Irvington College E O Orabbe and wife will open their Sohool at Irving ton on tho 1 Weak Eye Are Made Strong dim vision made clear styes removed Pupils will be charged from tho timo they enter until the end of and granulated lids or sore eyes of any Tuition is due tho term Tho school year will consist of two terms kind speedily and effectually cured by Thero will be no deduction for any timo lost Full Corps in advance the use of Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve IU put up in lubes aud sold on of Competent Teachers a guarantee by all good druggists THIRD MONDAY IN OCTOBER Tuition in the Literary Departments as follows Yang-tse-Klan- g 20 00 per pupil per term Collegiate School 2000 Business School Survivors 27 Kentucky Infantry 20r0 Normal School 1500 Intermediate School A reunion of the survivors of the 27 1000 Kentucky Infantry has been called to Primary School if inn ii Incidental Fee meet at Munfordsville Ky on Wednes day October 20 1898 Col J H Ward x Music Art and Elocution will be charged extra will be with us and is anxious to meet Special terms to teachors desiring to better qualify themselves for all his old command We hope all the old comrades will their professions Any variance from the above terms must bo in writing and signed attend and let us have a good time together by the Principal T It MoBkatu For further information address II U UHANT Com It Beaimear Â¬ Attention F T Fish eh Lock Box 6 For broken surfaces sores insect hites burns skin diseases and especially piles there Is one reliable remedy De Witts Witch Hazel Sal ye When you call for De Witts dont accept counter- Â¬ feits or frauds You will not be disap Â¬ pointed with DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Short Haynes Who Can Beat It In gathering corn the other day Asa M Lutes ran across one ear witli thirty rows which averaged 40 grains to the row of a total of 1200 grains to one ear Who can beat it Bullitt Pioneer oel Irvington cbabbe Ky Breckenridgo County i IMS SlfiWfilf WWWAWAWAMWMWWWWVWWWWWWW The BASKETT COAL is Has 24l0 pounds to the ton Each customer praises it mv i cleanthi 1 1 -- Yang-tae-Kian- V G BABBAGE ATTORNEY AT LAW Wil if Dr Balls Cough common every day ciugh mixture It It a marvelous remedy lor all the Iriubletcme and dangeioui compilations mulling from a cold In the head throat chest or lungs bold for sj cts Syrup ii not a Practice in all the Courts in Breckenridgo Hancock Counties Meade and VEST POCKET ITEMS A 4 Before you buy write for price Each car sold is full weight Summer is gone winter approaches The time to buy is NOW Coal prices go up in cold weather Order NOW while coal is cheap Ask jour dealerfor BASKETT COAL Let us quote you prices on large quantities A single oyster in a season produces about 1000000 young The nvoraire person wears nearly four- Â¬ teen pounds of clothing In a square inch of the human scalp the haiis number about 1000 The Pilgrims Progress has been translated into 302 languages and dialects There are some 15000 people in Lon- Â¬ don whoso professional occupation is writing for publication It is calculated that thn men and women of today are uearly two inches taller than their ancestors German postoflice employees are not permitted to marry without tho Bpeclal permission of the government A horse will eat in a year nine times his own weight a cow nino times an ox six times and a sheep six times Mothers forts and dangers of child birth can be almost cn tlrelv avoided WincofCardui discom- Â¬ Claims collected Mortgages Notes Liens and other securi- Â¬ ties enforced and tho money turned over promptly Divorces secured Depositions taken Interest in estates carefully look Â¬ ed into Contracts Deeds and other legal papers type written CHARGES REASONABLE i relieves ex Â¬ Â¬ Bit OPPIQBS Over Gardners Store Hardlnaburg News Office Oloverport tonetothegen pectant moth er It gives outs them in condition to do their work perfectly That makes preg Â¬ nancy less painful shortens labor and hastens recoveryaftsr child birth It helps 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box For sale by Short k Hayuea Â¬ if IRVINGTON KY R S BANDY t Ji e r tUUdW M0fTMa ttt BASKETT KYs mmmmmmmmTmmmmwmKmmwmmmimm asi Syn s Worlds Deepest Lake The deepest lake 1b the world U Lake Baikal In Siberia In some parte it hi 6291 feet deepj Its length Us 307 miles with aa area of 16000 square mlUe It is the largest lake h Asia and the sixth large in the world WHY DONT YOU VEST A Wkaa I Snt wo had Un HttrrUd Utrts 55 M Mt bM any sUMmi irfats a to I Msy Mnixmutaix w A task Urto tfasfSevv4f sa ssyst a4 tff Tf arLul IN FINE POULTRY We breed on ecienUfio principles tke following Black MiMorcae Buff Cochise Barred liywowth Reek White Wyandottee W C W Polieli Light Brahmee Your moneye worth or no sale Write for oaiaJogue Free PXOQK A POULTRY FAKM Brandenburg Ky KENTUCKY FEW DOLLARS T IN- Â¬ Breckenridge News SPLENDJD WEDNESDAY OOr lit 1898 OFFER I This virtually makes a gift of the Nkws to each buyer of the Bible for one year free TIiobo who avail themselves of this opportunity of iccuring a handsome premium will miyer rrgiet it TDK OVrOHl TKACllKlls iilf Mens Bliick Suits IIIUIK i MATTKDC nniiTirAi All Opportunity 354gfc Tho democrats of the sixth congression al district lmvo Inntructcil for Gocbel for governor P Wat Hardin came out in ft spuich at Sbolbyville the other day aud an- Â¬ nounced himself a candidate for gover- Â¬ nor lie says he has as much right to seek a re nomination as Bryan has Says the Owensboro Inquirer The Democrats are having the best of the registration this year It Is so in Owensboro but probably to a greater ex Â¬ tent in Paducah then any other place Paducah is realty a republican town but 70 percent of the people registered there has done so as democrats nhe Republican District Committee held a meeting at the Hotel Henderson Thursday afternoon presided ovor by Chairman Vance of Ilawesvllle A reso- Â¬ lution was adopted declaring W T Fow- Â¬ ler of Christian county the regular nominee of the republican party for Con greea for thot Fourth district It ordered new certificates to be sent to all the county clerks in the district and that his name be placed under the log cabin device Webster county was not repre- Â¬ sented Paul Moore of Earllugton hold lag the proxy of Hopkins c6unty voted against the resolution the remaining six voting for it Â¬ That Should be Oraspcd by All How to Oct The New For One Year Pree of Charge MULES FOR SUlSSCItlDEKS Nkws offers another Very valuable premium in the Oxford 1VicIimb Bible This is thr famous Edition of this GreatlVacherslllble of which over 2 000000 copies have been sold This Edltlou is a Model of Large Clear type btrorig Binding Excellent Paper Accur- Â¬ ate Text aud the very Latest and Best lu connection the The subscribers of the Nkws are to bo congratulated This papor is making to its patrons the greatest premium offer that has ever bo fore been mado to tho subscribers of any paper We haye been able to secure a number of Oxford Teachers Bibles and the Childs Bible for the purpose of making them premiums to our paper Neither of these books can be bought at retail for less than the prices we are offering them and a years subscription to the Bkeckbnridub Nkws The price is such that we virtually give one years subscription to the paper free to each person who buys a Teachers or a Childs Bible Both these books are perfect specimens of typographical art Thoy are printed in the best style poasible WHAT TI1K CUILDS IIII1LK IS i 5- - t r- - w WMWMMMH9itek I I 3IkX jaw portions of the Sacred Scriptures best suited for the reading of Apron the young and universal approbation ginghams 4 cents seemB to have crowned the effort the compiler has chosen aud arranged those A Leading Y Our stock Red Calico in Meade Breckenridge and Hardin counties best adapted to their capacities to in- Â¬ V It May Save Your Life Slfnntn struct and interest inquiring minds and is a brilliant one consisting of all tho most beautiful and Bargain is 3 A dose or two of Foleys Honey and to arouse and concentrate their enthus artistic creations of the milliners art and what will please Outing Cloth Ladies Hand- Â¬ Tar will prevent an attack of pneumo- Â¬ iasm in the study of the Bible Tickinjr nia grip or severe cold if taken in time tho ladies is the fact that the prices are lowor than they Gtfc Bible stories for childten have always kerchiefs for Dress Goods Cures coughs colds croups LaGrippe been popular but nearly all have had arc in the larger cities of tho land Fleece lined Hose 3 pair 25c hoarseness diflicult breathing whoop objectionable features principally be- Â¬ 53o Blankots ing cough incipient consumption asth Â¬ cause written in the language of the 73c Comforts ma of Vronchitis Gives positive relief modern human scholar and not in the In advanced stages oficonsumption asth inspired words of the sacred writers of A R the Bible Iiithis beautiful ma or bronchitis Guaranteed volume the yd Fiahor Cloverport SR A Shellman simple words aud charming narrative of 8tephensport Gordon Haynes Pates the authorized voibion are used and the Taken in exchange at market prices ville EA Witt Hardinsburg 3 Spools 0 N T Thread IQc stories follow each other in their natural 10 Bars of Soap for 25 Cunts and chiouological succession The book Long Ratine Flflhtlng has received the high praises of all its In the Civil war the field artillery readers who iove children and believo in 4 could go into action atCQO or800 yards theDivine inspiration- - of tho Holy but at Santiago the Mausers compelled Scriptures OUR STOCK OP the batteries to move back to 1500 yards Containing as it does the narrative We are Headquarters for all kinds of at which distance it was diflicult to see portion of the Bible in Bible language the position of our troops or that of the it will endtur to both older are younger enemy The infantry charges therefore people tho sweet story of old 4 and for Mens Youths nnd Children cannot 4 were not covered by artillery making through their influence many others will 4 their complete success tho more remark be led to find contentment and enjoy- Â¬ bo excelled 4 Tho latest styles and the 4 able But the light machine guns were ment in the Divine word Many fathers TJss Dr Bulls Cough Syrup at once 4 best quality of fcir- X on the firing line and their work was ot aud mothers and teachers have said if jour child has croup or bronchitis Waste no 4 the greatest value In clearing tho way The Childs Bible has been the means time delay may be dangerous- - Dr llijlls Cough goods aro kept 4 for the final charge onJJan Juan hill ofopening a wide Held of enjoyment to Sjrupcuiesat once It ii a nfe and infallible 4 in stock at prices The little battery of machine guns pro Â¬ us bs well as to our hojs end girls In remedy All druggists fell It lor a5 cti 4 4 tecting Gen Lawtons Hank wasconsld it beauties which we never saw or 4 that absolutely TRIANGLE ered equivalent to a brigade of sharp- Â¬ imagined before have come to light and 4 defy competition shooters the divino word has taken to itself a 4 Irvlo Rlchardsonwent to Owensboro broader and clearer significance 4 Both DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve has the 4 Saturday jny children and I look forward with largest sale of any Salvo in the world Save from 0 to 50 cents on every dollar by doing your trading with us This is a Klondyke Sale Come and be convinced 4 R II Penick lost a very fine colt last happyanticination to the evening hour 4 This fact and its merit has led dishonest 4 jwheatwe can read and discuss the beau week Cause of death unknown people to attempt to counterfeit it Look4 tiful stories contained therein Miss Lillie Board la convalescent 4 out for the man who attempts to deceive 4 Tho enormous sale of the book both We will be glad to see Lillie out again you when you call for DeWitts Witch 4 in England and the U S several hun- Â¬ 4 Miss Lillie Boidwell who has had a Hazel Salve the great pile cure Short rfr dred thousand shows clearly its im Â¬ very serious attack of 4 Haysee tvphoid fever is 4 mense popularity and the long felt need somewhat better at this writing 4 of Bunh a work The Childs History of 4 Davles Countys Loss We note the marriage of Mr L G 4 Account of WgBotli one of Daviess coiiatys the English Bible and Theare intensely Marr to Miss Ruth Needham of Hardin 4 the Childrenof the Bible A ft oldeStiwdfmW highly spec ted oiti county May happiness be theirs Nn nthur zenafiJied at hta lioae near Owensboro interestine and inntrnrtlv Profs J O and J H Hoskinson at- Â¬ Saturday nioro lag He was born In edltloncontains these valuable new tended the funeral of 1 i their sister-in-la1J1 good crop next year The only manufac Â¬ MeadS county in 1829 but bad resided ROMEIND Mrs George Hoskinson at Custer Sun Â¬ The Ntws has at considerable ex Â¬ turers we have in our little town is a since a young man In Daviess county day pense secured a number of these beauti- Â¬ brandy distillery cooper shop and three Â¬ Albert Aatwbm eq9hor tickling in the ful books and offers the Childs Bible as Mr Wm Fulton of Brandenburg is day eve Dhonan left for Ills school Sun- black smith shops and a dry house When yourthe diteatet of the body Why ihould a face wear direct came of Ninoly Iflvo Per LIVlflR and KIDNEYS are the wrinkles and dark Ccnit of ilreaki below the eye throTyieWs to Oae Minute CougfaCure a premium to subscribers The Childs visiting his brother-in-laMr Jas Shu which gives employment to ubout 25 or why Ihit tired feeling when nature intended otherwise when Harjftessin eectt touches the right Bible retails at 2 but the publisher mate and neice Mrs John Stearman at Mrs J D Krausch spent Saturday eve 30 men and women when we have a in Stephensport spotffijelele aSaf just what Is wanted makes the price of the Bible and the present good fruit crop Ekron is headquarters Misa Pearl Slaughter left for Louisville We have just heard of the illness of BHicKENRtDQB News for one year for 2 it Mmmimxce uneri uaynes lor fruit buyers aud professional packers Will positively relieve and cure where all others fail any disease the human body Is heir to Our lowest is five dollars medicine our friends Mr and Mrs Foster B Lyon Sunday morning Ekron is surrounded by farming country charge you have been but we will forward remit the and full instructions for T VAfl nIfl II 3TQ 1 When relieved you will I I remaining three dollar IWU UUIiUlO of Irvlngton and join their many frienda Miss May Connor left tor Cloverport Fruit is not all wo raise we raise and Our Cold Hemedy a Positive Cure lOc by mall in wishing them a speedy recovery last Thursday evening ship stock wheat hay etc We had a Miss Fannie McKnughn was the guest splendid wheat crop this year and far Â¬ The school in this place under the ii Twtmiir rTi 903 Walnut Street P O Ilox 581 mers are making preparations for a still management of Mr Wesley Tucker is of Miss Belle McCanu Sunday Advising Physician Philadelphia Pa larger crop next year We have sold progressing nicely though with small Miss Myrtlo Mitchell of Derby Ind from hero 12 car loads of lertll zer price attendance Parents you will greatly Is tbe guest of Miss Oorda Wade ranging from 11 to 28 per ton total cost obllgo your teacher and benefit your Miss Stuart Qroves lias returned home oi totalizer would beovert IU0U sola as children by sending them to school from Louisville after a long visit there follows J M Tindil sold u cars of Globe We do not always secure a model teacher Rev McIIaugbten Is holding a series Haden Miles sold 4 cars of Courier AdÂ¬ Whos got the best line of furnl and when we do we should Improve the of meetings at the M E church and all dison Ai Willett 1 car of Armour and Mr tu re spiral mattresses sewing ma golden moments are invited to attend chines saddles nnd harness In BencndJtese Clarksun bought one car GBpire Wheat sowing and molasses making Mieses Helm Dowel and Mary Mullen load of the Joues Fertallzr for their own eastern Itreckenrldge county are the order of the day and night too of Stephensport spent Saturday and me w now in this neighborhood For the McGlothlan Piggott near time the dear time has come round Sunday with friends here ought to know that when BuAer Miss Dernice Wheeler ot Hardin again when a fellow needs his sweet- Â¬ YOU ing from any kidney trouble Irvington Ky that heart at the grinding of the cane Im Grove Is now the utiest of tho Misses a safe euro remedy is Foleys Kidney afraid that most of this crop of molasses Hambleton of Cloverport Misa Belle McCann returned home Cure Guaranteed or money refunded will be sopped eer this wheat is made A H A It Fisher Cloverport into biscuits but we have a generous last week fiorn Ballardvllle where she Hay- Â¬ Shellman Stephensport Gordon all ready Thanks to a kind has been visiting for Boraetime Bupply AND THEIR nes Patesville W E Witt Hardins Misa Leo McGavock of Dukes Ky Providence PRICES Again we come to you through the who was the guest of her cousin Ethol burg ARE ALL medium oi the press to announce the Wedding returned home Saturday mornDUKES RIGHT TOO death of a dearly beloved friend One ing O O Dutschke of Union Star and week ago today Sunday we stood The sick are all getting better amid sorrowing friends at the interment DeJernett of Hardinsburg were making The sinning class did somo splendid that place We have a great fondness ot the body of Mrs Geo Hoskinson nee social calls last Wednesday evening in PnlloPQ HardlnBtirfl Ky Â¬ liUllCgC The olden The Best for that little city Its good citizens singiDg at the S3 LLVh Miss Fannie Harrison and infant child our town W nesday night homo ot your scribe Wed know the danger of saloons and we trust Tenderly on that beautiful Sabbath we Free nse of Dictionary Encyclopaedia A Short Sad Story James Basham and family stoped over set their foot so heavily upon them the laid her to rest with her babe on her Six Courses A Cold 1st of October that they will never at and Scientific Apparatus night with relatives Wednesday night breast She leaves a heart broken bus Negloct tempt such a move agMn JJotb Sexes Health Thorough Instruc- Â¬ on their way to visit his parents In Ed band to rear their little daughter Lena Pneumonia Of course we love the Nsws always tion Heat Social and Religious Inllu May God in bis tender love and wisdom monson county Grief send from above a double portion of Frost made its appearance with us did like it Just one link gone out of tbe enco no Saloons Had Foleys Honey and Tar been used w Fanulea spirit to help him to care lor Friday night aud as everything had been chain of onr affection that turned as the Tuition 8 00 per term of ten weeks this story would have had a happier end Â¬ his little motherless girL From earliest housed but caln we expect It made a News did to gold One gold link In a It A silver chain looks odd so we Just cut It Send for Special Announcements to Childhood days Ive known Fannie and ing A It Fisher Cloverport Gordon A breakfast upon some of it out and made the chain one link short- Â¬ i learned to love her as we loye but lew Shellman Stephensport J H B LOGAN PreaWeaU The oldest katy dld in the county Uvea Â¬ er While the Nkws Is tinged with gold Together we passed our childhood days Haynes Fatesvlllo E A Witt Hardins lna peach tree one half mile east of town it is indeed a newsy paper Its editor and three years ago I stood by ber tide burg the old fellow is hale nnd hearty and has Wo call especial attention spares neither time nor money to make at the Hymeneal Alter where she save EKRON a voice like the rumbling of many wat It interesting to our to its many readers While to Geo Hoskinson her band and heart ers we may differ on tbe money queetloti Since then lye spent happy hours In Jack Smlleys mule became frightened our best wishes we extend to the Nsws Lampkln tho well Meesrs Shumate Her cheerful home near Constantino Ky kuowa tlueehinx men thrrshed this Sunday running away with himself may its future continue to be auccesaful Always finding her happy awl eontet All this week Comprising -thoughtful of the happl season aa follows 3301 1 bushels of wheat wife and daughter luckily none were cheerful and trlmraed In sice stylish Mesa of oata and 500 bushels or bad hurt tire buggy waai sofuideMblely She was a modol dattgfe 1700 bushel Msa of other artlu wluta lit t l Dr 1 alls Ceagh Syrup 11 the raau- nntlu tic slater wife aud mother Loved at chard grass bo repot ts from any other damaged dy on which you can drpend far the cur of a pro aigrettes and backW nachlnes but supposo others had equal Tbe scare of diphtheria has cut tha traded cough 01 lung- affections brought on by i earth Gd toyed her mow aad CHe AT EXTUIRIUUir school down tha last few days to nearly posuie to cold It U the most txctllcnt medicine Was gWaii la Waved sleep A host ef ly as good run old A bottle costs only j cents LOW IHIOS ialationa aad frienda mourn her diai Ekroa Is a little town of about 200 la half While It prevails la the neighbor without 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Bargains 10 lbs Good Green Coffee Arbuckles Coffee per lb 0 quart Tin Bucket 85c lOo 9o Hosiery cotton 3c We have the largest and most fashionable line of MILLINERY Handkerchiefs is 7c lc 5c Toweling per 3e COUNTRY PRODUCE Counterpanes 45c We are Agents for the Famous COLE HEATING STOVES HATS AND CAPS Cooking Stoves Ranges Heating Stoves Furniture Saddlery Hardware Woodenware f K5MP Chinaware Glassware 1 1 -- IMCEYIEIR JACOB SIPIRJUtTO- ZKTT BIO- kit4iM44iM444444444444444444 w WHY GROW OLD THE INFALLABLE REMEDY The Infallable Remedy Company w A WHOSAHEAD Â¬ HJh OF COURSE Â¬ r k JF k Â¬ l BN rW 1Pemember the name v tMi tr- - when you buy again M m X jm MILLINERY DISPLAY HATS bt - at M yw p iMiKiiiititiiaaiaiDeiiii MRS M BLAINK t4 O BRECKENRIDGE M NEWS 3 4V Q Bttoigt Editor tni Prtprlstri Paines Celery Compound WEDNESDAY 0M 19 1808 EIGHT PAGES Tub Leather trust dose rvea a leflliilatlve tanning Tub drop In the temperature has caused a rlso in the matrimonial market measures In the regular army this Is done With very few exceptions tho reverse is tho rule among the volunteer troops The early disbandment ot the volunteer army and a permanent increase of tho regular army to n Btroneth of 100 000 men is a consummation devoutly to bo wished for exemplification of that tyranlcal power that is personified in the old world kings and emporors whoso shibboleth Is might This is the diflerence makes right between tho man who geta his power to govern by the consent of the governed and the one who claims the privilege o governing by Divine right backed by cannon and bayonets Thousands of tho most stubborn and distressing cases of piles have been cured by TABLE1V8 BUCKEYE PILE OINT Â¬ MENT Jt never fails to cure Price fiO eta in bottles tubes 75 cts A It Fish er 4 croup Cure la what many a mother la looking for something absolutely safo and reliable that will disarm her terror RUSHING Diwn 1 1 TIMES WITH utj US Tills 1H VfirV Rftti fftC- -111 II u j iuiguo Imaiiinaa cuiua uiiu uiu uiu 1raol uuwuu in tru liialnrv certainly appreciate tho largo trado wo aro getting tory to ub and wo This business has been established for years and ban bad an oxton trnrln nil tlm wliilo but last week we surpassed all previous ro- HE SHOOK THE PLUM TREE Senator Matthew S Quay tho poli Â¬ tical boss ot Pennsylvania Is in a peck ot trouble He has been arrested and is to be tried on a charge of conspir Â¬ ing with others to speculate witli the public funds ot the commonwealth which were on deposit in tho now de Â¬ funct Peoples Bank ot Philadelphia whose cashier John 8 Hopkins recent- Â¬ ly committed sulcldo A number of let- Â¬ ters and telegrams which Judicata that Boss Quay took flyors in sugar and other stocks were put In evidence One of those telegrams was directed to John S Hopkins and read as follows It you buy and carry 1000 Metropol- Â¬ itan shares for me I will shako the plum tree Hopkins evidently did as directed using the funds of the commonwealth of Pennsylvania to carry out the deal Quay metaphorically speaking shook the plum tree but it was barren The bank broke Hopkins committed suicide and Quay the chief of sinners has been arrested and is to he tried on a criminal charge Quay went to tho plum tree once too often It may result in his being placed for a season where ho will not be able to touch a plum tree with a thousand foot pole The merchant who buys in large quantities pays cash and eaves all discounts and soils for cash is cortainly the wio who can and will savo you monoy on your purchases Road our prices and bo convinced nro not excelled F Watt Hardins gubernatorial am Â¬ bition is like Danquos ghost it will not down that when thoy get religion they can only hold it in their wives names Some men are so unreliable I GLENDEANE Vennie Moorman is in Arkansas Mr Dowees wont to Louisville Sun Â¬ day Mr Jcsso L Owen was in Louisville last week Ernest McDouald has returned- from Houderson Allan Dean visited his parents return Â¬ ing Sunday There will be no preaching in town next Sunday night Mr and Mrs James Moorman went to Clovorport Saturday Rudd the Owensboro insurance mau was here last week D C and W R Moorman were in Ohio county two days last week buying cattle Rev Caleb Hodge Louisville was the guest of Misa Irene Moorman Saturday and Sunday Vernon Hunter McDaniols was visit Â¬ ing relatives and talking to the girls at this place Sunday Sam Pate and wife ot Hardlnsburg and Frank Jarboe and wife of Ktrk vis Â¬ ited in town Sunday Miss Morgans recital at Utopa Hall is next Saturday night beginning at 730 promptly standard time Miss Nannie Fisher and Miss Bessie Moorman have returned from an extend Â¬ ed visit to Hardin and Grayson counties Miss Monna Hunter accompanied by Master Vic Pile came down from Buras and spent Saturday and Sunday at home Mr Henry Pool and Misa Nora Beau champ well known colored people of this place were married last Sunday af- Â¬ ternoon The receipts for passenger faro at our depot were considerably greater for the first half ol this month than for any of tho preceding entire months So much for a good passenger service These three little friends and every bodys favorites May Dempster Flora Tilford and Daisy Dean stayed with Mies Arrie Robertson Saturday night Sunday evening they went to Irvington and returned on the 84 p m train Hardlnsburg came down Sunday in full playing trim confident of beating tho Glendeane base ball players And they did it Scoro 20 to 4 in favor of vis iting team Mrs Bob Crider and chil dren of Irvington are visiting here Supt Driskell visited the school in Gleudean Friday afternoon He re marked that Sidney Owen has tho big est attendance census considered ot any teacher lie has visited this fall This speaks well for Mr Owens work and for the interest of his patrons - of that dread rattling strangling cough bo fearful to tho mother bo fatal to tho child Acers Cherry Pectoral is a croup euro that can bo relied on Thousands say so Stanford Evoletli W J Dickson writes from Truro N 8 That terror of mothers the startling cronpy cough never alarmod mo so long as I had a bottle of Ayers Cherry Pectoral in the house 14 We have used Ayers Cherry Pectoral in our family for years Once when our boy had a severe attack of croup we thought that he would die But wo broke up the attack by using Ayers Cherry Pectoral R H COX Plaucheville La Mas lloosier Cotton Holt Trjon Cottcn Holt AxAc lo 4 Sheeting GOOD 15c Good Ilnen Toweling jHc Heavy lied Ticking itjc Best Table Oil Cloth Good Heavy Comforts for 69c Good Heavy Jeans Jjc Good Heavy Mantels 15c to 12 Dry Goods jc ise Shoes and Boots Last Saturday we sol over loo pairs How will that do for one dajt Well we evidently have what you want So come along with the pro-Â¬ cession and be shod Furniture and Stoves That big car load Is not gone but going fast If you need Chairs Bedsteads Dressers Iiureaus Safes Tables Wardrobes Sofas Cook or Heating Stoves remember we are headquarters and will give you prices that are hard to duplicate Dress Goods and Trimmings A great variety In Cashmeres IenrjettasSerges KancyUlack Goods Suitings etc All styles and prices Latest Novelties In Bialds Silks and Velvets B1 General Suaftkr lias a cinch on the reputation of being the littlest big man in the United States Judoino from Clothing Overcoats all prices quali Â¬ i their lack of interest in Millinery and Cloaks The very large trade we are having in this deÂ¬ partment speatis votumtsfr Its being In evety rerpect and certainly shows that we are making prices that pleases the ladies Do not fall to visit this department matters political the people in this neck of the woods belieye in business before politics the army canteen other Thbbk is too much fighting spirit in It should be abolish ed before our soldiers exterminate each Â¬ Ayers Cherry Pectoral la Knee Sulti 7jc and up School Suits Jl7rat1d up Mens Suits 12 and op k Pantr any old price Overcoats for Hoys and Men ties and kinds Mclntoihes ft 40 and up Tub Third Kentucky and Twelfth New York should sign a protocol and settle their difllcultlcs throigh a peace commission Â¬ Makes People WeO put up in half Bizo bottlos at half 50 cents Paradoxical as it may seem a real estate dealer does not have to be well informed to bo successful but ho must know lots Tub exports of manufactured articles from this country during the last year were 300000000 larger than in any pre- Â¬ vious year Tub failure that some people meet with in life may bo attributed to the fact that their steady occupation is first one thing then another THE GIRL WHO DID NOT MIND Marion Grace Perkins was the belle ot a Connecticut village She was flat-Â¬ tered and courted until her good opinion of her self led her to break from the con- Â¬ trol of her parents and do as she pleased she might have asked Who cares All at once tho answer came that mil- Â¬ lions of people all over the United Slates cared She went away from home on a visit without consulting her parents and during her absence a multilated body found the other day In a pond at Bridgeport Conn was identified as hers by bor intimate acquaintances and even by her As a result her own father most secret actions were inquired into by skillful detectives and when she returned home safe and well it was to find that her wilfulness had ruined her Before life and disgraced her parents It was discovered that she was not mur- Â¬ dered her plcturo had been sent all over the country and tho story of her indis- Â¬ cretions and mere girlish frolics distort- Â¬ ed and magnified to fit a murder theory had been published from New York to San Francisco So it happened in her case as it always does in some way that every secret thine done in the closet is revealed from the house top Every mother who has daughters should tell them what came to poor Grace Perkins when she did as sho pleased Â¬ price We got in a car load before the advance was put on it Wo have so much of it on hands and as our room is limited wo will guar- Â¬ antee to save you money Havo any kind or size you may need Dont forget us when you want any Wire or Nails Do you need any Windows Doors Salt Lime or Cement at very lowest cash prices FB3STOE WIRE A3JD ISTILS Si fr There is one true specific for diseases arising from a debilitated nervous sysÂ¬ The Owensboro Messenger does not tem and that is Paines celery compound take kindly to P Watt Hardins penchant so generally prescribed by physicians for deviling and romancing with the It ia the most remarkable remedy that gubernatorial nomination the scientific research of America has That the Breckenhidoe Nbws is a proddced Prof Ed war 1 E Phelps M D LL D great family religious weekly is demon- Â¬ strated by the fact that it is offering of Dartmouth College first prescribed Bibles to subscribers as premiums this positive cure for dyspepsia bilious- Â¬ ness liver complaint neuralgia rheuma When Cuba hangs up her stocking this Christmas it will be in the hope tlm all nervous diseasts and kidney that Uncle Sam will take the hint and troubles grant her that long promised gift of independence Dl VORCE IN EPISCOPAL CHURCH The Episcopal General Convention The peoplo of France need not be which was in session at Washington last alarmed at the plot to overthrow the settled a very important ques- Â¬ government Frecnli plots and French week has tion relating to divorce It lias passed a as harmless in their duels are equally new canon which says that no minister effects of the church shall solemnize the mar Â¬ riage of either party to a divorce during The Empress of China believes that the lifetime of the other party Herethat surest way to stop reforms Is to chop tofore the church has permitted its min- Â¬ off the head of the reformer To put her isters to perform the ceremony of mar- Â¬ theory into practice she had her son the riage to the innocent party where the Emperor of China decapitated Iteform divorce was obtained for the cause of is not popular in China now adultery According to this new canon Episcopalians hold that marriage is indis Â¬ That the American sailor is as good soluble save by death and that those with his fist as he is behind the guns is who avail themselves of the opportunity evidenced by the manner in which given by the civil law and marry again twenty yankee tars put twice their num while their divorced husbands or wives ber of German sailors to fight in a street are living are guilty of the si no adultery fight at Hong Kong the otiierday THE FOOL EMPEROR Billy Hoiibnlob emperor of Germany His crazy nibs Billy Hohenloe boss of is being mude a target for bombs on his the German Empire has contributed trip to the Holy Land but Billy McKln much to the gayety of nations since he ley president of the United States is ascended the throne of the fatherland1 being pelted with boquets in his trip His latest freak is a pilgrimage to Jeru- Â¬ through the great and glorious west salem whero he goes to dedicate a ca- Â¬ thedral When he at the head of his Hon Green It Kellar a veteran glittering calvacade of followers enters newspaper man is candidate for the sec- Â¬ the gates of that old town thero will be retary of stateship Kellar is a clean a hot time Emperor Billy is the most man and an abfe one Hewould reflect versatile cuss in the world He is an credit upon the ofilce and his bretheren epitome of human knowledge He has of the press are anxious to see him been everything that ever happened haye it from cook to holy crusader It is his ambition to be something that never was Thirteen Breckenridge county women to be the only new thing under the are applying for divorces and when sun Good Americans are apt to co Â¬ Judge McUeath severs the ties that bind rn isera to Germany in the possession of Their1 will be tha welcome privilege Emperor Willidm but then we have Ot fioing it alone Alger Their will be tingle blessedness Without a chaperone son Quigglns Ernest Rhodes and Tom Moore all returned from tho Owensboro Fair last Saturday and report a pleasant timo Master Androw Jarber and littlo pla Â¬ ters Ray and Blanch accompanied by their uncle Mat Jarber spent the day last Sunday at John Jarborn near Sand Knob Mrs Blna Cannon of Henderson was visiting old iriends and relatives in this locality laBt week She has not improv- Â¬ ed any in her lameness but is looking well and very much contented Misses Mary and Mattio Mattingly Lona Rhodes Messrs Thomas Mooro Frank Rhodes and Jimmle Mattingly attended the bridal reception at Jim Cannons laBt Sunday night given In honor of his daughter Miss Delia who was married Oct 4th to Mr Jim May of Kirk aud whom had just returned from the Owensboro Fair where they started immediately after the wedding ceie roony lJELXlLi PLOORING A3STJD OHIIjIIsrC3-bo get South in few weeks and will - Wo will a car load from tho prepared to make some very low prices further notico on tho lumber question Watch our advortiscmentB for a All kinds of Produce taken in exchange for goods Very Respectfully WILSONJONES Successors to Wilson Co FORDSVILLE - KENTUCKY Â¬ Â¬ jy7s In Pawnee county Oklahomaa father mother and son are candidates for the same ofilce They have boen nominated quoted and remembered by the Republican Democratic and Pop- Â¬ Right actions follows right purpose ulist parties respectively Its a cinch We may not at all times be able to di- Â¬ that that family gets what it is after in vine the future the way may not always seem clear but if our aims are high and spite of hades and high water unselfish somehow and in some way the right end will he reached The genius The bright young foreigner who edits of the nation its wisdom its humanity the Louisville Commercial owes it to its courage its justice favored by Divine himself to take a day offand get acqualn Providence will make it equal to every Â¬ taik ed with the esteemed contemporaries of gency and the master of every emer Ills journal He calls the Bkkckknhiixie Tliis is the high plane of thought and News the Hardlnsburg News and the conviction that is characteristic of the Meade County Messenger the Branden nation It is the spirit that will inspire burg Republican our statesmanship to the loftiest and noblest ideals The value of the principal articles of The national motto In God We domestic export for the month of Sep Trust is the keynote of our character tember was 52449255 against 70732 and the noble words of our president re-Â¬ 372 for September of latt year and for flects the genius of our institutions the nine months ended September 30 533307302 against 44401230C for the LAX DISCIPLINE corresponding period in 1897 Compared A number of soldiers have been killed with September of last year the decrease at Lexington and other military camps for the month in breadstufls was 11 during the past two weeks Some of the MM453 which was partly due to lower deaths have been caused by volunteers prices as was also the decrease in cotton who set defiance military authority as at of 5743909 while the value of proÂ¬ personified by the provost guards of 377073 visions snows an Increase and endeavored to escape arrest but were killed in their attempts Moat of of the killings however have been the result of the lax discipline maintained by the volunteer officers of volunteer troops As a rule the soldiers when MMt6M fuH neuter sctlea Mat K they are cut loose from the exactions ol tfea bowel ito not Irrt1 1 1 4P and conventions of civic social life be- Â¬ Uto or tsfcuM but leave M 111 JU come reckless Then la 11 td etlre or- delicate it that they CMtlHa In perfect ooudlUon Try Utacn J eeet CV LawcU MM should be restrained by UaeipllBary fcf U I H Â¬ Â¬ THEN A T10NAL SENTIMENT The closing words of President Mc Klnleys speech at Omaha deserves to be THE DIFFERENCE Emperor William of Germany who is on a pilgrimage to tho Holy Land hai narrowly escaped assassination at the hands of anarchists and is compelled to keep a strong body suard about his per Â¬ King Humbert of Italy is also son forced to guard himself against the Here is the Unit- Â¬ assaults of assassins ed States William McKlnley our president is making a tour of the great west and Is everywhere meeting with the most enthusiastic receptions In every city he yisitB he talks to mid shakes hands with the masses of the common people He is in close touch with them and it Is not necessary that he travel about from place to place with armed uhlans or body guards Hmperors and kings rule by the grace of sword and bay- Â¬ onet Theirs is a government where all legislation is for the benefit of the classes and the injustice of it haB caused a spirit of restlessness to pervade the domains over which they exercise sov- Â¬ ereignity The more hot headed and adventurous pereons of their realms are not content to awaic the growth of a public sentiment that will overthrow the rule of kings and emperors but they seek to achieve this end by the use of the bomb and dagger They seem to be of the opinion that where they take the life of the king they strike at the evils ot the system Thus it is that the crowned heads of Europo must maintain body guards and a system of survelllanco that Will protect them from their own sub- Â¬ jects McKinley Is president and executive head of tills republic by grace of the ballot the instrument ot power in the bands of a tree people As the masses have the functions of legislation under their own control the laws must needs be made and administered in their behalf McKinley is a citizen with no more rights than his fellows He Is the personification of the power ot the peo- Â¬ ple and the Democratic institutions of this country Wiien he goes on a jun keting trip through the states of the union he is greeted with the hearty sincere applause that citizen sovereigns accord a fellow cltlusn that they delight to honor McKinley is In no danger of assassination by organized bands ot mal- Â¬ contents for the reason that lie is not the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ How To Prevent Croup who are sub ject to attacks of croup Wtienever an attack is coming on my wife gives them Chamberlains Cough Remedy and it al- Â¬ ways prevents the attack It is a house Â¬ hold necessity in this county and no mat ter what else we run out of it would not do to be wittiout Chamberlains Cough Remedy More of it sold here than of all other cough medicines combined J M Nicklb ot Nickle Bros merchants Nickloville Pa For sale by A R Fish er Cloverport R A Shellman Steph- ensport We have two children The Literary that was organized at McDaniels a few weeks ago seems to be growing better at every meeting Last Wednesday night there was a large crowd out had nice vocal and instru Â¬ mental music with nice exercises of all kiuds Miss Temple Hart had up a splendid journal made spicy by the several truthful jokes gotten off on our young folks Miss Ned Hunter recited in a very becoming manner The Last Mrs Tom Woosley won great Hymn applause at the termination of hor recitation Jenny McNeil which she recit Â¬ ed well with much feeling Jim Nob lett never falls to bring up something good and entertaining while Mies L zzlr imitated to perfection an Irish lady who had a troublesome experience with a Chinese Â¬ You Can Buy night the most stubborn cold as well as nil its com Â¬ plications tickling In the thiolt husky voice and violent coupling It Is the most wonderful medi Â¬ cine science hat produced Dr Bulls Cough Syrup cures over YfcLLOW LAKE Mrs Cliff Mattingly burned her hand very badly last Saturday Uncle Frank Rhodes has been on the sick list for the latt three weeks Little Bulah Woosley has been unable to attend school the past few dajB Mrs Horaco Hunter is visiting her daughter Mrs Delia Bright of Ruth Mr and Mrs Robbie Spencer went to Glendeane shopping last Wednesday Eddie Rhodes went to NashvilIeTenu last wtek seeking a business location Miss Mlnnio Rhodes can be a right good little girl if she thinks danger is ahead Miss Lona Rhodes is spending this week here aud visitiug other relations in the neighborhood Mr Frauk Williams and wife of Mansvllle were the guests of Mr Joe Shorshell last week Charlie Jarber lias been confined to his room for several weeks but is uow able to walk out again Kit Weymouth the pleasant groceiy drummer ot Constantino gave our niei chants a call lust Monday Messrs Fred Fraize Ken Rhodes Dr McMullln Ell aud Bill Storms went to flardiusburg last Monday Misses Temple Hart and Lizzie Cooines went to llaidiubburg shopping last Sat I 11 lt uruity nnu vinueu uiw dizzies parcuifi near Kirk Miss Sue Rhodes has been very busy this week putting down new carpets refreshing up the rooms with autumn decorations News reached Mr Frank Rhodes last week that 1ih brother Uncle Johnuje Rhodes of Kirk was very low and not expected to recover Judging from the amountof bone meal being hauled from Ulendeaae by the farmers here there will be a larger crop of wheat sown than twual Mmm Tom and Willie Cannon Net- 1 1 B 1 I District Convention There will be a district convention of tho Sunday School workers in tho Bap Â¬ tist church at Brandenburg November 0 beginning at 130 oclock As the ob- Â¬ ject of the Association is not generally understood all Interested In the cause Bhould avail themselves of tho opportun- Â¬ ity to be informed since Prof E A Fox will glvo a full and complete de- Â¬ scription of the work Its object and the beuetita resulting from it Lung Irritation the forerunner to consumption Dr will cute it and Bells glvo strength to tho lungs that a cough is or cold will not settle there Uva cents at all good druggists Twenty VITALS BRAND SUITS formerly called Diagram Suits aud so called because the dia Â¬ gram showing the making or the vitals of the garments fa at tached to tho sleevo of every coat Â¬ OJaeaji 1 Very WM New Fall Patterns are ready I good digestion sound sleep a fine appetite and a ripe old age are some ofthe results of the use of Tutts Liver Pills A single dose will convince you of their wonderful effects and virtue A CLEAR HEAD A Known Fact An absolute cure for sick head- Â¬ ache dyspepsia malaria sour stomach dizziness constipation bilious fever piles torpid liver and all kindred diseases You can pick from Bluo and Black Cleviots and Worsteds and from over 50 different styles of mixtures Plaids and Checks in all the new iHshion able fabrics Suits to fit every build ot men ea nice as the best tailors can fit you We are sola agents for the colebrated Diagram Suits the best in the world fur the monoy Send a mall order for any Â¬ thing you may need in our line Monev refunded if goods are not perfectly satisfactory 750 VESTS m 1 A BOON TO MANKIND I m9 D TABLERS BUCKEYE Q vpl J i m Wc- - E11MB nkC CO aHj 1 m jTl 2E i 3 n MVbvi 3ia3ES xZ mm n-mf- Gplmhm 1 Z nil vm aH Iff LsaHaT1 iKafisW -i niaF CURE SO CENTS M Hoods LEVY BROS Third and Market Louisville Ky A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURE TUBES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED BY MAIL 7 CENTBJ BOTTLES Tutts Liver Pills JrUKSFsULLANPfttriittr For Mle by A R Flhr - Clovorport Ky M Nft Sir ST LNK htf rtiyrv- - Liver Trouble and constipation Aybrs Pills are Invaluable always affording Immediate relief They are Yha rMm4 Breckenridge WEDNESDAY OCT DSMM tp R S MAYO Edna Minn News 10 1W8 4 r low Local Brevities Overcoats are in demand iFarmera are very busy sowing wheat Felix Elder went to West Point Fri Â¬ day The stage of water in the river is very Freah oysters and celery at Julius Slppela yrhe recent frosts have killed the grasshoppers Blankets and comforts at lowest prices at Sulxers R E Gunneley of Ekron is visiting Â¬ at1 Owensboro The readers of this paper will to learn that there is at least one dread Â¬ of Leitchfield Attorney J 8 Wortham ed disease that scionco has been ablo to attended court at Hardlnsburg last week euro in all its stages and that Is Catarrh All Unseasonable domestic and tropi- Â¬ Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cal fruits can be found at Julius Sippets cure known to the medical fraternity Mrs R N Hudson and Miss Nellie Catarrh being a constitutional disoase Grfgory were visitors at Louisvillo Fri Â¬ requires a constitutional treatment day Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally The rquirrels land small boys are be Â¬ acting directly on the blood and mucous ginning to lay in the winter supply of surfaces of the Byeteui thereby destroy- Â¬ nuts ing tbe foundation of the disease and The sand bars in the river arj begin Â¬ giving the patient strength by building ning to be peopled with wild ducks and up the constitution and assisting nature geeso in doing its work The proprietors have This is an unusually late fall and the so much faith in its curative powers leaves en the trees are just bpginningjo thai they offer One Hundred Dollars for turS any case that it fails to cure Send for f Misees Annie and Sadie Baker o lists of testimonials Patesvilie were in the city shopping last Address FJ CHENEY Co Toledo O -Sold by Druggists 76c week Cal T Washer of Troy Ind was in Prominent Lawyer Dead the city Thursday on his way to Har- Â¬ dlnsburg Hou E Dudley Walker one of the Miss Mayme Griffith went to Hender Â¬ best known and foremost lawyers in son to attend the Tri county fair Thurs Â¬ Kentucky died at Hartford Saturday day evening evening aged seventy two years Judge Charles Moorman returned home from Walker had been in bad health for the an extensive business trip to Boston past year and his death was not unex- Â¬ pected Mr Walker was a prominent Mass Thursday night Sunday was an ideal Indian summer man in business affairs in Hartford and day and large congregations were had was a representative Democrat in poli- Â¬ tics having at one time come within an by the local churches Â¬ Shoes lor fall and winter wear best eight of a vote of receiving the nomi Â¬ material latest styles and Bhapes low Â¬ nation for Congress over Thomas Robin Mr Walker was son who was elected est prices at Sulzers a law partner of the late Hon Henry G Win Smith of Fulton Mo is the McIIenry He was a native of Ohio county and leaves a family of five daugh- Â¬ ters and one son The first frost of the season fell last Saturday morning County Judge Ah was in the city Sat Â¬ urday on business County Judge Ahl was in the city Sat Â¬ urday on business Charles Skillman was in Louisville on business Monday Underwear and hosiery for cold weath Â¬ er wear at Suiters Frank Board ol Hardinsburg spent Sunday at Cannelton Ernest 0 Babbage spent Thursday and Friday in Louisville Ladles capes and jackets for fall and winter wear at Sulzers Work is progressing on Charles Mays handsome new house Hats and caps new fall and winter styles just in at Sulzers Miss Elizabeth Skillman visited friend at Hardlnsburg last woek Beauty Dins at Sulzers Price 5 cents Mall orders promptly filled Slates pencils sponges pens pencils tablets and inks at Sulzers For rent Three cottages conveinent ly located Apply of H A Oelze John Dean Jr of Glendeane was in the city Thursday visiting friends The ice man has had his day The coal man is now having his innings Everything good to eat will be found m the grocery department at Sulzers Frank Mercer and C F Cashman of Hardlnsburg were in the city Sunday Emmett Gregorys new cottage will be ready for occupancy by November 15tb guest of the Misses Sawyer From iters he will go to Pomona Cal ot Hock port Clint O Murray who tins been in the city for the past few days has gone to LouIbvIIIu Miss Georgia White returned homo Wednesday After a very pleasant visit with Irionda at Frmklln Tenn W II IowmerpreflMentof the Breck enridge Bank of tills city was a delegate nt the Bankers Conventional Loutavlllo Thursday Dr 8 8 Watklns and family will mnvn from this rlty toOwensboro which place they will mako their homo in the near future Mlsa Ruey Ballman of this city who Iihh been visiting relatives and friends at Oneneboro for some weeks past has returned home The low water in the creeks has driven the game fish into the river and local fishermen are now going to the rocks to anglo for bass The canal at Louisville is closed for repairs Passengers for Louisville are transferred by rail from New Albany to the Bridge Station Mr and Mrs Samuel CaBey of Mt Vernon 111 and Mrs Sallie Hathaway of Owensboro are the guests of Mr and Mrs Dr 8 S Hathaway Mrs Elvira Babbage after spending a most delightful vacation visiting friends and relatives at Rosettaand Louisville has returned to her home Judge Graham cf Grayson county acted as commonwealth attorney last Weed 8 Ghelf week at Hardlnsburg was too sick to attend Miss Miunie Murray of Salt Lake City and Miss Evelyn Murray of Bowling Green were the guests of Miss Elizabeth Skillman Saturday nee Mr T 8 Nichols and wife Kyler left Hardlnsburg last Monday They will resido in the South in the fu- Â¬ ture Mr Nichols is engaged in the railroad business Attend the coffee social to be given by the ladles of the Altar Society of St Rose church at Mrs Charles Mattinglys Thursday afternoon A good time is promised All are invited Â¬ Â¬ RICH FIND IN MEADE A Womans Mysterious Ills Explanation of thtir nature by fwsv Dr Hartman who tells how to cure thttn Valuable Deposit of Litho graph Stone Unearthed Scale Â¬ OUNG women are constantly puz zled about their health In- Â¬ deed female troubles puzzlo all women Older women have experience but few possess knowlcdgo of tho subject Tho periodical suffering is palnfuL It is accompanied by many varylngsensationa that distress How much of this is necessary is a matter of guesswork Tho wholo question is shrouded in professional mystery A U Vs Dr Ilartmana book for women 7 V called Health and Beauty treats I I these matters with delicacy and at the same tlmo with clearness Write to thoaPc-ru-n- a Medicine Company Columbus O for it it is mailed free It is a practical printed talk to women Dr Hartman defines womens diseases as cures them catarrh and tells how Mrs C 0 Nacvc 380 Morrison St Portland Ore writes as follows a Medicine Co Columbus O when I lived in Columbus O in 1887 Dkati Sins I began to take a over since whenever I needed medicine I and havo used it and the Man-a-U- n have never found an equal to for regulating tho menses and before I began to take it I was never regular and always had more or less pain I had tried many different medicines beforo I saw but without success Thero is nothing mysterious about tho action of It is not a cure all but it cures catarrh wherever located and thero may bo catarrh In any organ of tho body as all are lined with mucous membrane Mrs M C Mehl 601 Walnut St Columbia Pa says I have been troubled with catarrh and a soreness in my bowels for several years I tried everything and am happy to say that I am now that was recommended I tried entirely well Dr Hartmans advice may bo had without charge by any woman who will write for it His book on Chronic Catarrh is also mailed free It explains the danger of local treatment All druggists sell SULZERS What We It is not so much ft vv svssvmkv Do Mines Will bo Worked on a Large xilASn fls2HaP wL vHaV On account of the failure of the apple crop in tliis vicinity none of the fruit evaporators or brandy distilleries will be operated The supply of cider and vine- Â¬ gar will bo very much curtailed Colonel Robert Morningstar the well known Bowling Green newspaper man was in the city Friday and called on Bob and Julius were Julius Nolte chums together at school in their boy- Â¬ hood days Mrs E II Breidenbach of Owens- Â¬ boro has been the guest of Mr and Mrs Charles May for the past week On Sunday she returned home with her husband who came here from Peoria III where ho had been on business thing but health insurance by keeping the blood pure with Hoods Sarsaparilla is still better Life insurance is a good A lithographic stone quarry at Bran Â¬ denburg Ky Is jiiRt now attracting at Â¬ tention A number of Louisville people are interested William 0 Heinz is president of the concern known as the American Litho Â¬ graphic Stone company which is devel- Â¬ oping the quarry Jako Goeppert is vice president A Moremen is secretary and AH the Frank Kachler Is treasurer officers are residents of Louisville with the exception of Mr Moremen upon whose farm on the outskirts of Branden Â¬ burg the stone wss discovered The stone is said by experts to be far finer than any ever before found in this country and second only to the finest which is found in Germany and whlth is imported to this couutry annually in the sum of 200000 It is found in a hill over a hundred feet high and the deposit is believed to cover fourteen acres There are three layers tho top stratum being 114 inches thick and tho two lower ones twelve inches thick It seems to bu in abundance and is of a very fine quality It is now in use in Louisville and in Cincinnati and is giv- Â¬ ing as perfect satisfaction as that ob Â¬ tained in Germany All the machinery Ask any druggist for a free necessary for working the mines has been put in and It is expected that with Â¬ in a few weeks tho stone will be placed RALLY DAY on tho market in quantities The stone is of the same foimation as that found in ncthodlsts Hold Very Interesting Germany and in fact diffeis in so few Services particulars from the imported article that only an experienced lithographer Sunday was an ideal day and the con- Â¬ can tell it gregation that gathered at the Methodist church was very largo Three Doctors Iu Consultation It was rally day and the exercises were When you are sick what you like of an unusually interesting nature The best is to be chosen for a medicine in the first place what experience tells you is church was tastefully decorated and the best to be chosen in the second place song service was beautiful what reason I e Theory says is best to Tho program was very interesting and be chosen in the last place But If you the children who took part acquitted can get Dr Inclination Dr Experience and Dr Reason to hold a consultation themselves in a splendid manner together they will give you the best ad- Â¬ Miss Ida White who acted as instruct- Â¬ vice that can be taken ress is to be complimented upon tho When you have a bad cold Dr Incli- Â¬ splendid results she achieved in bo short nation would recommend Chamberlains a time The excellent rendition of the Cough Remedy because It is pleasant program was an eloquent tribute to her and safe to take Dr Experience would ability and enthusiasm recommend It because it never fails to The collections for rally day amount- Â¬ effect a speedy and permanent cure Dr ed to 0 88 The money will be turned Reason would recommend it because it over to tho missionary fund The church iu prepared on scientific principles and has pledged itself to raise 50000 tor acts on natures plan in relieving the missions this year lungs opening the secretions and restor- Â¬ ing the system to a natural and healthy Iloul Tuliacro Spit mid Siiioio lour I ire Aur condition For sale by A R Fisher To quit tobacco easily ami forover lo mac Cloverport R A Shelluan Stephens nctlc full of life ncrvu nml vigor talio men nc the wnndcr worlccr that inultcs wenlc port strong All druggists too or II Cure guaran Sllilf kl ir 1 Pe-ru-- matter what wo may want or what we may think or what wo may intend to do or what we Bay WHAT WE DO Our claim is that wo handle tho Tells tho wholo story after all best lino of Dry Goods Notions Furnishings and Footwear that wo guarantee an aruciuu m can bo sold at tho prices we asK store to bo as represented Wo havo every stylo and pat-Â¬ our tern in all our lines of goods that our customers can want Wo We charge very moderate strive to keep abreast with the times piices and tho reliability of our goods makes I Pe-ru-n- Pc-ru-- Pc-ru-- Pc-ru-- 2 Pe-ru-- WHAT WE DO Popular with thoso who trade with us Are you patronizing this store If not we invito you to call and sec Pe-ru-- Pe-iu-- Almanac for the year 1 891 TO REORGANIZE WHAT WE DO In The Famous Bay View Club Starts for Another Year Tim members of the B V R O of Irvington will meet with Mrs Piggott on Thursday Oct 20th to reorganize their forces for another years work Each member is asked to relate in answer to roll call tho most interesting feature of their summer vacation All persons interested in the work will be heartily welcomed The course for the year includes French and Spanish history Spanish Vistas by Lathrop and a History of French Litera Â¬ ture by Edward Dowden The magazine will be full of interesting matter relating to present day French and Spanish life and many interesting biographical stud- Â¬ ies Interest in the library will be re Â¬ newed and contributions and applica- Â¬ tions for membership will be received by Mrs It B McGlothlan Â¬ frwmv HlrtsOr Tollrc 5 IT llStKSnSf4 vY llli JL SULZERS CCHV43 Thats all right but we have goods that talk in such a low strain as to make your money laugh Our store is filled to over- Â¬ flowing with masses of merchandise sparkling with newness of styles im Â¬ mense stocks magnificent assortments coupled with prices that cant help but please the most economic housekeeper or buyer Never Say Die Many desperate cases of kidney dis eases pronounced incurable have been cured by Foleys Kidney Cure Many physicians use it A R Fisher Clo-Â¬ K A Shellman StephenB verport port Gordon A Haynes Patesvilie E A 1 No-To- Â¬ A NOVELTY Â¬ teed Dooklct and samula free Address Sterling ltemedy Co Chicago or New York A CONTEST 8100 Reward 8100 Toblnsport Farmer Produces Something New In Sweet Potatoes be pleased Witt Hardlnsburg WILL MEET He is original in all southern Indiana things and has demonstarted his right to tho titlo of being a mau of now ideas by producing a vineless sweet potato This new variety is very prolific and the growth goes entirely into the tub rd The foliage of the plant is barely as large as a mans fist but in each hill can be found from fivo to eight large potatoes The flavor of tide new variety is delicious and the yield is simply enormous GRAND FARM 11 A New Hotel Cloverport now has a hotol that will make it famous throughout this section Mlfs Lela Henley has opened up anew In what was formerly the Heyser House The new owner of the hotel has called Miss Lela it tho Breckenridge Inn Heuloy is to be congratulated upon the splendid taste Bhe lias shown in fitting up the new hotel Every room is artis Â¬ tic In its appointments and the whole arrangement is so elegant that it would be creditable to tho largest cities Those who have partaken ot tho hospitality of The Breckenridge Inn are loud in the praise- ofita cuisine and say the table cannot be improved upon - The Gleudeane neighborhood is de veloping into the banner corn belt of Tho Goshen Ministers Meeting will A contest was Breckenridge county meet with Goshen church Friday before held there last week in which W K the fifth Sunday in October at 10 oclock Moorman Judson Owen Priest Moor- Â¬ The following is ttie program man and David Moorman vied with each The llatiitand HUDibte J It Ward other as to who could show the best corn W II Kutlcdgc Each contestant was allowed to enter The State of the boul llelwcen the Death of W the Italy and the Resurrection three ears as samples and the one that V Ilmrtll M Comptoa weighed most was to decide the test Upon Whim Kelt the Keiponuutlity to Glye Dave Moorman woo fortunate enough the Goipel to the World J W to capture the first prize He had one Lynch J T Iewii ear of yellow corn that weighed 5 pounds What Shall be the Fiical Sutcof the WlcVed Coughed 25 Years Afttr the Resurrection J W and 2 ounces Priest Moorman was next VlandlnghamJ D Duncan I suffered for 25 years with a cough and exhibited an ear that weighed The Natuie and Eitent ot Human Depra best and spent hundreds of dollars with doc- Â¬ 5 pounds vity It II White J Oldham tors and for medicine to no avail until I I W Washburn A V All the corn raised Iu that section last Mode ot lliptltm This used Dr Bells Armstrong year is exceptionally fine Evidence ol Regeneration lDuggins remedy makes weak lungs strong It It 1 llaiham has saved my life J B Rosell Grants More than twenty million free samples J T Lewis burg 111 of DoWitts Witch Hazel Salve have Com J M Lynch M P ComitonJ been distributed by the manufacturers SEASON OPENS What better proof of their confidence in Nature ran only feed the flame of life It cures piles Doves and Squirrels Can Now be Le- Â¬ its merits do you want burns scalds sores in the shortest space with the food eaten which is digested gally Killed HEUBINE will relnvigorate a weak stom Â¬ Haynes of time Short ach and bo improve digestion as to in Â¬ The law is off on doves and squire sure the natural bloom of health Price Death of John Phelon and local sportsmen can indulge in hunt- Â¬ 50cts A It Fisher Uncle John Phelon a well known citi- Â¬ ing these game birds and animals to zen of Cloverport died at his home on their hearts content Doves do not seem to be plentiful this the Freeman place after a long and Be year but there is a large crop of squir- vere sickness borne with fortitude and rels It is to be hoped that the public resignation He was a member of a prominent Ken- Â¬ contempt for game hogs will prevent ivmvmhunters from killing more than a tucky family and otherwise highly con- Â¬ nected Domestic troubles cf a sad se Â¬ respectable number of birds or squirrels FOR SALE FARMS vere nature assailing him in early life he fell into a habit which ruined his after 171 OH SALE A good little farm 8 acres 1 3 mite north of ilardinsburg on llraudenburg years Few understood or appreciated road Advantages cl town and cruntry I ocation room new buildings healthful and beautiful him thoso who did found him a sincere cottage with closets pantry veranda etc 4Splen bam and othtr outbuildings Splendid did frame and moral friend bushels wheat to the acre with land produced Loving nieces and nophowsSvislted and no tcrtillzer and 34 drill 1 acres In timber lrice no dur- Â¬ abiut i a value of farm terms easy A great provided 1dm with every attention bargain if sold at once lor particulars addtess Did you ever see one K HAUMON llardintburf Ky ing his sickness Did you ever hear of one He passed peacefully away on Friday Â¬ Most certainly not ConSALK a good farm 111 acres well im October 14 to join Ids Maker iu whom proved a barns good dwelling good water sumption is a disease that stock water year round Lays on the dry bed of he trusted Sluicing Creek One and one fourth miles Wast of invariably causes loss of WLbster Ky Good roads to market Produces One Wiio Knew Him flesh well 3c acres of bottom land I5 acres of umber Owensboro papers ploue copy For further particulars write L C Simmons If you are light in weight Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ William Weatherholt of Tobinsport is one of the most progressive farmers in Brings Out Some Mammoth Ears of Corn Program of The Goshen Baptist Ministers Association I MITCH MEYER Liv GTJSTE1R j KY Autumn Goods EVERY W 1 WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED OUR PALL LINE OF DRY GOODS CLOTHING SHOES WANTS LINE IS COMPLETE and A Fleshy Ladies and Gents Consumptive FURNISHING GOODS PRICES LOWER THAN EVER BEFORE Â¬ even if your cough is only a slight one you should Webster certainly take Scotts Emuslion phosphites V 9 Of ICO acred within three quarters of a A DellghtM Cruise mile of Owensboro Ky Every inch of OivllleT Skillman with a party of it is as ricli as cream it lays on the heat pike in the county the land is rolllntt tq friends took a cruise on the Naptha level SO acres are id grass excellent la inch Marguerite to Cannelton Sun Â¬ water well spring and cistern Build Â¬ day The party consisted ot 0 T Skill story new brick ings one o ten rooms the finest farm residence iu man Charles Moprman Judge James R the county immense barns 3 tenement Skillman Ed Goodnight and Charles B hoBee ne of whleti a good tame of Skillman Tie party took dinner at the six room and a complete set of build Sunlight at Cannelton and visited iBge wkleh really maka it a separate hup We will sell this placfl at as un friendaat Uawevville A delightful timeÂ¬ 14000 Terms on MfWI low 8gure was had by those who enjoyed Commo haft balance in one two three dore Sklllmans hospitality and live years Ssad for Aar list of farms far sale Hot for eaj WILLIAMS 4l LITTLE j Tbtftl Mtt Kf 4 KWtTUqiCY h sir F IVMI V IV a H eeee of cod liver oil tolth hypo No remedy is such a perfect prevent- Â¬ ive to consumption Just the moment your throat begins to weaken and you find you are losing flesh you should begin to take it And no other remedy has cured so many cases Unless of consumption you are far advanced with this disease Scotts Emul- Â¬ sion will hold every in- Â¬ ducement to you for a perfect cure All urajunaxa ec mm m r lAABHaTt The Bankruptcy Law At a recent term of the Federal court held at Owensboro Judge Barr appointed Mr J A Dean of that city a Kefereu in This county is In Mr bankruptcy Deans district All coses in bankruptcy have to be referred to Mr Dean but WANTED RAGS Heston Willis Company CLOVERPORT KY YTrANlEU Cotton rags whlta rr colored W must be clean URKCKKNRIDGE NEWS OKPICB FOR SALE STEERS parties desiring to take the bankrupt law need uot necessarily go to Owenboro for that purpose Thny may engage an attorney here to prepare tne papers V G Babbage of Hardlnsburg gives notice that he Is prepared to practise such cases Tho law of bankruptcy and tbe law of assignments in this state are about the same excupt that under the former the debtor Is entirely released from all of his debts Ky Market 140 W ANTEDcum j head good steersuigapnng price in rLliiMun WANTED SP0KES AND POLES coo 000 hickory Kentucky spokes ANTED and elm coles OWKNSUOHO WHEEL CO Oweisboro Ky WANTED w Worms Ftr 20 Yitrs sale VERMIFUGE Marti ttUtj WHITES CREAM BMtlaQuaJltjr Mas PIGS AND CALVES WAN1 KOHD ED Two thoroughbred registered Dur cherry ed bull calves bllELDV Kordvple Ky JAMES rmdtr FUtier Oloverport Ky by For 3BTT A H OXiS Lid all Wtrm LXjXi- XSXtVErsjeXSUXMIXBBi wwUit mstims Ms F BALLARD Louts Notice In BsHkruptey In tje District Court of the United States for the DUtrtct ot Kentucky Oweniboio Division October 1 In the matter o Isaiah Daltou Bankrupt The rirst meeting of the creditors cf Isaiah Dalloo ftankrupt wUI be held at two oclock r u on the ih day of October UieUwoKeeofN M Mercer in Ike city of Hanlfaabursr Keatwcky I A DRAN Keferee OAronXA ig Zstec iMt Yon I a vita tUMprjolatmeBt when yen experiment DeWltta Little Early Kton are pleasant eaay thorough little pi Ik They cure ctwetlpattoR asd tick bead ubeJutuHn m yen take thaw Bhect A Hayitea FOR SALE SEEDS J Genuine Mlkwouri WWU RyeOrakwrtl GrasVfcft and Glover T HCHT KMNTUOKY DTJTSaHKE ff Mratlt ro whaakvr M watlnna tktfaaBM rf motel Ina rtealra for tobarro IUtTf vlaraTaraV rrTvkllllBltbmc-obbliB-T-BACTiff viitnarToudltrcaaaipalaiileolIt llF V tin nariBaa tbo lilood nlSL torn lot manhood I BtMthoira TaAlIlk Inhnlthnertaay and pockat E book -- a iTfa pI n i- WffOHruriii - enraai aboiaa9 i boifl roarantead to cars or wa rafond monar litrltaf Saiaaaf Ca Cklaata wlnal In lark 1 A- - 1 wllloarllforaTHwlth w111pllntlrpnlitnH On M miiaJly HlimUrom bar I FARM AND STOGK iai sva u TTLjs ajrkjsTjrfil Startling KfltiMt inn I YeakeFs Great G LEARANCE J The Hurgln Messenger tolls of Balea ol 5700 bushels of wheat at 01 to 03 The Ellzabethtown News lifts reports of sales of 120 IKJO pouud cattle at 410 Farmers In various parts of tho county are complaining of weevils bolng In the wheat Sales of 112 good feeders at 4c 48 iiPAvv cattle at 4 CO and several lots of hogs at 3 are noted In tho Winchester Democrat T A Coulter Is feeding 150 hogs for William Robinson of Boyle and J N Menefee at 3c for what he puis on them says tho Stanford Interior Journal Joseph Mattingly bought four sugar weanling mules at 45 Henry Miller sold to R N Wathen 22 extra good mules at 128 Lebanon Enterprise Thomas P CundllT of the Guston neighborhood sold his farm to Wm A Mr Cundlfl will Baskett for 2750 move to Guston where he will build N O Hughes took to Boston Maw lost week 32 fi head of export cattle for Nelson Morris which averaged 1500 pounds price 4 J to 5c Nicholasvllle Journal Quite a number of prominent tobacco growers in this county aro complaining that their tobacco is moulding in the harna The damage from this source will be quite large Forrest Stitb of near Guston has sold his farm to Daniel Asbcraft The con- Â¬ sideration was 1800 Mr Stlth will move to Nebraska where he will engage in farming Bkqin fksdinq in early fall and after Oct 1 give all tho feed they will eat letting them run at large and come to their food as often as they choose By this mode Of feeding I am able to get all early birds off at Thanksgiving and tho later ones at Christmas and New Years Birds handled in the above if I choose style will weigh Hens 10 to 12 lbs and O H C gobblers 10 to 22 lbs dressed in American Agriculturalist Bird life ought to be protected more carefully It is true that in some sec- Â¬ tions the birds are apparently decreasing in number but it is useless to attempt to measure the decline in percentage The children should be taught to love birds Older folks should realize the More need of encouraging bird lite stringent laws are needed but a cam- Â¬ paign of education will do more than one of legislation J F Clarkson of Big Spring bought 40 head of steers averaging 800 pounds from W R Moorman of Glendeaue price 3J cents He also purchased 15 head of steers that averaged 000 pounds from John Wimp of Irvington paying 4 and 4 cents He bought from Mr Bas Â¬ kett 22 head ranging in weight from 050 to 1000 pounds at 4 cents Mr Clarkson is one of Breckenridgea most successful stock raisers Euos tacked in UiuiN It Iibh been my experience that fresh elran eggs gathered hi and packed in oats or middlings with the Binaller end down and no two eggs touching each other will bo found in March witli albumen m clear and of the en mo consistency as when first packed I pack only 10 or 12 dozen In each box or keg and keep them In a dry cellar with temperature always above freezing point and good ventila- Â¬ tion eayB L P Gray in the American Agriculturalist I lXi 0t ITS YOUR LOSS If You Dont Accept This Magnificent Offer 1 fcSf The Childs Bible and the Breckenridge News for I Year for 200 THE DRAIN WEEVIL OST OHLt Goods Must Go OAI C We are Closing Out 50 pes Calico worth 5c at 3c 10 pes Blue Cottonado worth hox sample Slippers and Shoes at 49c set Window Shades 10c each Good Bleached Cotton at 5c Ladies Corsets worth 50c 1 15c at 9c Remnants Silks at your own price Ladies Vests at 4c Boys Vests at 3c Ladies Hose 10c quality at 5c 10c 15c and 20c Organdies at 5c 10 doz Century Corbetsworth SI 00 our price 49c 3G at 25c Best Jeans Pants 49c Mens all wool filling suits worth 7 at 398 Sample Huts at your own price Groceries 20 lbs nice Sugar 1 00 10 bars St Louis Soap at 25c Good Coal Oil 10c per gal Good Green Coffee 3 lbs for 25c BIG CUT IN ALL DEPARTMENTS k Ycacl I Co Brandenburg Ky YISIT US havvyv Numerous enquiries have recently come to the Experiment Station con cerning a Buiall insect which Is described as doing great damage to the wheat in granaries With one exception no speci Â¬ mens haye accompanied the letters but from the descriptions given it is very evident that the insect is one rf the grain weevils which commonly infest wheat stored in bins One of the most common of these lit- Â¬ tle beetles is Calandriu granaria astnall dark reddish snout beetle which depos Â¬ its Its eggs upon the grain These eggs soon hatch into small footless little larvae that cat out the substance o the kernels and become fully grown in a few weeks They then change to pupae and soon after again transform to adult beetles There are several broods each season so they may be found at almost any time during summer and autumn While there are several species of these grain weevils the same remedy will do for all As these insects penetrate all through the entire bulk of grain it is necessary to anply some substance that is equally penetrating in its nature This Is found in carbon bisulphide which may be had at any drug store The vapor of this substance Is very poison- Â¬ ous and will destroy all insect life with which it comes in contact This mate rial is also very explosive when brought in contact with lire Keeping these two points in mind it may be handled with perfect safety In applying tho material it is well to keep in mind the fact that it is very volatile and quickly passes Into vapor which difluses itself throughout the entire mass of grain and as the va- Â¬ por is heavier than air it will have a tendency to settle But in order to in sure perfect results it is best to introduco the material well down towards the middle of the mass of grain by means of a gas pipe with a screen over the lower end which will prevent the grain fill Â¬ ing tho pipe and through which the poiBon may be poured The pipe is then withdrawn One pound of the bisulphide is suffi cient for fifty bushels of grain One ap- Â¬ plication will be sufficient unless the grain is to be kept oer winter when a second application may be necessary The material does no harm to the grain in any way as the poisonous fumes all pass away as soon as brought in contact with the air outside James Tnoop Horticulturist Iud Exp Station Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THE CHILDS BIBLE Contains the narrative descriptive and other portions of tho Holy Scriptures in tho words of tho authorized version to which are added moro than a hundred pages comprising CHILDS HISTORY OF THE BIBLE And an Account of the Children of the Bible A Richly Illustrated with nearly 300 fine Engravings and Maps and handsomely bound in cloth and morocco with exquisitely attractive and charming new cover designs Sizo 8x10 inchee Royal Quarto with nearly 000 pages HiHPyBhI GENUINE fcgsUSAimiia uitbh cum arnr OXFORD TEACHERS BIBLE AND THE jesii3g- Authorized American 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Societies Show a Healthful Condition INTERESTING PAPERS WomÂ¬ Â¬ Browns Closing Out Sale It is being conducted to mako room for the nnmenso stock of Fall SOME Goods now coming in HERE ARE PRICES ON SHOES The Ellzabethtown District of the odist church held its quarterly meeting The meeting was largely attended and great interest was manifested in the proceedings The reports read from the various societies shows a healthy condition of affairs The meeting was opened by prayer by Mrs Cunningham and by the reading of tho Sixty seventh 1ailm The people at Webster and vicinity 75c entertained the visiting delegates very A fino lino of Misses shoes all hospitably grades all prices The meeting was presided over by Miss Heres Some Dry Goods Prices Tula C Daniels of Hardinaburg who is one of the most enthusiastic missionary Nice lino of towels at 5 and 10c workers in the state Ladies hose good values at 5 10 Mrs Owen Cunningham acted as dis- Â¬ 15 20 25 and 50c trict secretary of the meeting Ladies black fashionable cotton At the morning session the reports of lioso guaranteed fast and stainless the various societies were read color doublo heel and too at 25c The Ellzabethtown society reports 14 worth 35c adult and three Juvenile members mem Gloves for men boys and women bership 18 collections 825 Ladies Dongola Button 74c for- Â¬ mer prico 125 Oil Grain and Riveted Shoes at 1 former price 125 Soft Calf Skin Shoes for every day wear finegrado of goods 175 At fine bargain can be found in a lot of odds and ends in Buells shoes for mens wear at 8150 and up Mens heavy every day shoes at ans Missionary Association of the Meth at Webster last Thursday Â¬ at all prices MHT1UCT BLCUKTAUYs IIEIOUT u According to the reports from the fif Â¬ teen different societies In our owu Eliza Good buck glove reinforced and bethtowu District for the half of this riveted thumb 1 por pair Conference year that is since last March Ono pound baking powder for 5c our number of adult members is 222 Mens winter unuorshirts from juvenile 51 Amount of dues collected 25o to 8100 8142 minutes 201 mites 2b3 juve Â¬ niles 702 We are glad to report one new organization this quarter of twenty threo members We praiso the Father for this expression of Ilia great love to CENTER us but by no means are we willing to IRVINGTON KY stop feeling that the work is prosperous right now but we tealize more than ever that we must itun with patience the race set before us not be at ease In Zlon while the unsaved heathen are going into Eternity at the alarming rate of IS HORSE -- SHOEING I 00000 per day As we said we have fourteen adults and four juveniles in our But I con do all kinds of district We have one station and 8jven BLACKSMITHINQ teen circuit in this tho Kllzibethtowu WAGON MAKING AND District and every circuit has three or GENERAL REPAIRING more churches now why uot a society in every church 7 Since according to in tip top style I guarantee our constitution and by laws two ladles all my work When you need may form a society could we sot easily anything in my lino consult haye the W F M work represented In mo every church 7 Is there one church la MJll I the district who cannot praise God for i We two earnest Christian women IrviBfgtMXy 1 hope Bot we believe sot tkes let ua BARGAINS W E Brown BARGAIN My Specialty f PAIJI I in jiood standing I dont know tbo two new members added to our society number we reported in first quarter at our last meeting Only one Advocate taken now For tbe KVKNINO SESSION uiontb of September we have dues paid The proceedings of the evening session BONO INI CU08H KOADS KKPOKT 1 20 Conference expenses 10 cents were of a very interesting nature The We have not had a meeting since Feb- Â¬ The Quarterly report of tho Secretary meeting was opened with song Mrs S ruary until September Then three of of the Louisvillo Conference of the J Cain read tho sixth chapter of us met resolving to do the best we could Womans Missionary Society was re Â¬ Matthew fifth to fifteenth verses and for the rest of the year At that meeting ported by Miss Tula O Daniels aa fol- Â¬ led with prayer 1 20 for dues and twenty wo collected lows Mrs Herndon followed with a fervid cents for contingent expenses Number of adult auxiliaries in the invocation In which bIio asked Divine At our October meeting we collected thirty live cents and pledged one dollar conference 60 number of adult mem Â¬ blessing upon the work number of adult auxiliaries for Cuba and five subscribers to The bers 131Mrs S J Cain read a most interesting organized this quarter 3 number of and instructive paper on the missions of Little Worker was reported We meet at the hompsof he members adult members added fO number of the church The reading of the paper and have a very pleasant hour and I young peoples societies in the confer waa followed by tho singing of that stir From Green pray that God may use our society for ence 30 number of juvenile members ring missionary hymn 001 juvenile Bocietlts organized during lands Icy Mountains by the choir His glory tho quarter 1 total members of adult Mits Alice Davis Mis Tula C Daniel gave a moet intei and juvenile societies 1821 life mem- Â¬ estlng talk on the mission work in Mexi- Â¬ KKlOKT OF THE BKANDBNUUKd AUXILIARY bers 72 bible women supported 2 day bo spoke of Miss Emma Moselys To the Womans Missionary Society schools supported 1 subscribers to tho co work in the mission school at Laredo for the six months ending September 1st W M Advocate 334 subscribers to the Texas 1808 Little Worker 171 total collections for Miss Nannie Lyddan favored those Number of members 14 amount of June 1357 51 for September 08804 present with a beautiful recitation after dues 720 total 1040 45 missionary candidate 1 which Mies Tula Daniel led in prayer Owing to sickness the dues for the first KKlOUT 11KWLEYVIILK Miss Nora Henderson who possesses a quarter were not sent until the end of beautiful voice rendered a solo in a de Â¬ Membership 14 dura for past year the second quarter at which time the 11 15 The society is in flouiishing lightful manner dues for both quarters were Bent We Mies Ada Henderson read an interest Â¬ have not yet collected our pledge or con Â¬ shape the memturs being earnest work tingent fee Our membership has de Â¬ or a Mrs Charles lilanford is the presi Â¬ ing paper on the work of tho mission Â¬ She was followed by creased some but I think those left are dent and is a most enthusiastic mem aries iu Corea ber The organ zatlon is about ten years Miss Tula Daniels who reviewed the the faithful ones Lewis Lula old It has a juvenile society of ten work of tho consecrated missionarUB Cor Sec of B W M S members This organization was formed among the Indians HKlOUT OF THE VINE OKOVE SOCIETY Miss Maude Adkisaou gave an excel Â¬ recently and the members named their First quarter beginning March 1808 society The Tula Daniels Bociety hi lent discourse on the best way to organ Â¬ Dues 503 number of members 23 ize auxiliaries honor of the district president Second quarter beginning June 1808 One of the most beautiful and impress Uardinsburg Society has 28 members Dues 4 85 for minutes 0 35 number ive prayers offered during the meeting 3 honorary mnmbers an uverage attend of members 20 was uttered by Mrs Mao Frymire who ance of ten We have 8 subscribers to I LEITCHFIBLIJ KY HETORT is suffering under a burden cf grie the Womans Missionary Advocate and was chaste pure and humble Dear Mrs Cuuuingham We regiet Have given as dues 10 00 0 00 for touched al who listened not being able to send a delegate to the new missionary candidate Misa Qrifllth Miss Griffith waa announced as a can Â¬ Missionary Meetlrg Our socitty is get Â¬ 1 55 for the minutes 10 00 for Bible didate for miajion work ting on fairly well Seventeen members 1 80 for mites 10 Woman in Mexico The collection amounted to 345 pay their dues but do not attend the 5 00 Mica Tula Daniel for 00 for pledge Mrs Owen Cunningham read a chap meetings so well Dues slnco March Kavauaugh bctureahlp 3 00 life mem Â¬ tor in the Bible and made some splen 11030 Six subscribers to the Advocate berships at Franklin inteting Total did comments that were iu the right Doing well on our pledge We always for the two quurters 03 25 spirit and along the lido of work have a good financial report at the end We have very prompt ofllcers many The meeting adjourned with tho recit of the year faithful members have interesting meet al of the Lords Prayer In concert Mus G W Mehkditii ings deeply spiritual ofteu have volunPer Sec tary prayers or songs And we find wb No Griping or Faiar VALLEY STATION BElOUT are growing in graco and in the know Arrowsmitb 111 Jan 21 1807 Report of Bethany Aux of Louisville ledge of Gods will as we do his will in Dear Sirs I have been bothered for Ellzabethtown district from helping to give the gospel to every circuit 15 years with constipation and I haye March to October 1808 No of members creature tried many preparations during that time 15 Sub to W M Adv8 Sub to Our society was tho banner society last Caldwells I commenced using Little Workers 0 Amt sent as dues year We would like for it to be again Syrup Pepsin iu the fall of 1805 and nn 10 Amt conf ex Â¬ 10 Amt specials Iteport of the Webster Auxiliary of the healtatlngly eay It i the best remedy I pense fund 2 Total 22 Womans Missionary Society for six haye aver found for my trouble No Nell Fen ley Cor Sect griping or palne after taking months ending September 1 1808 Wm IIubt Yours etc UNION BTAB Number members 11 amount dues CImu O Martin drujgrjet 0 Dues paid Conference expense j 0 00 No contingent fund collected dur fund 30 cents birthday offering 40 ing flnt two quartern Our society la DR CALDWEULS cents total 001 For this second growing in InUrsat am expecting quarter we reported fourteen tuembws a grMtor Intwot la Um future Had Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ organize at once our two or more as our laws read and set about obeying our Saviours last command Go ye Into all the world and preach the gospel to every creature and as ye go preach saying The kingdom of Heuveu is at hand and remember Ho said Lo I am with you always even unto the end Remember the Main Question Which is Who is the oheapest and most reliable dealer in Groceries Drugs and Notions in Brecken- Â¬ ridge county Hundreds of people know the answer and will tell those that inquire that it E A WITT Hardinsburg Ky To verify the correctness of the answer come and examine our goods andgetonrpriceswhetli er ready to buy or not All we ASK as a Starter is a OALL A purchase will follow quite J f naturally COUNTRY PEOPLE We give the highest price in cash or trade for your produce lr E A WITT HARDINSBTJJRG 1 5YRUP PEPS N JT I I W5 nj w7fSTWW V VTITT u KEEPS IT ON HAND HELD BY HES A CROAKER ROPES How Dreyfus Lives On Devils Titled Englishman Predicts Universal Starvation Not since tho days of Malthus a hun dred years ago or more has the world been treated to so lugubrious an utter- Â¬ ance as Sir William Crookes presidential address to the British association for the advancement of science lflBt month He figured nut that by lDlt the world will be unab e to product wheat enough for Â¬ ARMED F R WILDER C28J Fourth St Louisville Ky J M Brandenburg Ky HARDIN BANK or SOLDIERS Stand In the Way of HARDIN IN WILDER M11 nth island The Prisoner Is Crowing Old In ConÂ¬ Russias IRVINGTON XDIEIbTTISTS- Every HAKDINSBUEG H K Development WliytliefluscovlteCzar Wants versal Disarmament Uni- Â¬ Wednesday and Fourth Monday in Each the BEAUD BEAHI WILL MILLKIl M II G W BEAUD MORRIS KHKRIDGK R M Prealdent Vice President Caal frtr finement Wtinl ebur cook of tin Netlnr lands steamship Andalusia w lies tho following interesting account to Kuche and Keller of what lie saw and learned in theshoit time he spent as ccolc on Devils island where Dreyfus is iraprlt oned Our ship the Netherlands Ipauir1iIi Andalusia was anchored off D vila is land on April tho tirst after a visit to Cayenne when we were- hailed from shore At the samo time a emal boat put off manned by soldiers They came along side to ask thu captain fertile loan of a cook while tlie Andalusia was wait- Â¬ ing for freight The cook of the little garrison ha I broken his arm they suit and our cook was to teach one of theii men so that ho might be able to attend to tho kitchen until another was sunt bv the commander Tliecautalu lent me to Ihu Island and while busy in tint Utile kitchen instructing a soldier lu the masteries of broiling lamb chops and conking pork I hail plenty of opportunity to question Captain Dreyfus guards Tlie men who had at first seemed dls uclined loypeak became He is quite loquacious uftr a while not to illtteated as those In the world seem to think he is not confined he can go anywhere on the Island Oleomawo men are always at his heels He gets up between 0 or 7 oclock in the morning and his first breakfast consists of a cup of chocolate If tho weather is goal he goes for a walk soon afterwnrd ni d Hindu up his promenade by a bath But aro vou nc t afinld he might swim I said away or commit suicide for a Not at all said the soldiers rope la fastened to both his wrists and the ends of the rope ate In the Lands of the guard Alter the bath he takes his second breakfast butter bread ham or eggs aud a bottle of beer Then he goes in for study He leads and writes for several houts What kind of books has he got Tiie soldiers looked at each otuer AfHe is on Â¬ ter a while one of them said ly alowed to read techni al works But he can write whatever he pleases He is now writing an accouut of Ids life Must tie show you what he writes No we read only the letters he de sires to have forwarded These are jent to the commander in Cayenne And does the commander seud them off aa received No they are copied and the originals are retained at Cayenne What does he do besides reading and writing Two weeks ago we repeived permiss- Â¬ ion from the commander to play cards with the prisoner aud he has become an inveterate gambler since After din Â¬ ner be haa Always soup a roast and dessert about 2 oclock In the afternoon we always play baccarat together What are thostakea TrTe soldier laughed He has not got a sou aud there are probably not 3 frances oil the whole island We play for shells The prisoner gets his supper at six oclock in the evening roast or ham and a bottle of beer Soon after He is not allowed to he goes to bed have a light you know Only the guard at the door keeps up a wood fire He sa s the hours from 7 to 10 oclock are his worst He cannot go to sleep before Iff oclock andfthu guard is uot allowed to answer any questions ho may put lu thq daytime we may talk to Jihn but only on the most trifling subjects the weather his health aud the like Our own country is not to be mentioned Is he allowed tOBinoke No that is I think ho Is not for the commander does not furnish him tobac- Â¬ KBrI Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Diflicult work r uclt an Bridges and Crowns n specialty Latest appliances used Good work cunranteed JOLLY DIRECTORS TIME OtHDofa6fcV Fredonla N Vn accomplished Military ftblo and lb father-in-laof tho lato Commander Oomtaander Wm B Gushing U 8 N whe gained world wldo renown for his crownln feat of blowing up the Iron clad Albemarl In 1S68 writes Dr Fennert w For many years I have kept on hand your Blood and Liver Remedy and Nervo Tonic for immediate use when ever I have A bilious attack or nervous prostra- Â¬ tion or feel run down It always gives speedy relief so much so that I have come to rely on it with the same certain- Â¬ ty Uut I do on the law of gravitation jEL -- A DRUGGIST WITT News 18H8 Hartllnsburg Kentuck Breckenridge WPDNKSDAV OCT 19 FASTEST YET Torpedo Boat Built For China Beat Forty Miles an Hour Tlie xtraordlnary record miles an hour was made at the second trials of the torpedo boat destroyer Hal Lung just built at Elbing Germany by the rJchichau works for the Chinese Govern- Â¬ ment The runs were made in the open sea between the light houses at Villau and llruaterort which are 10 knots apart The wind was fresh five by the scale and there was considerable sea on The HaiLung according to the Kolnische Zaitung traversed the course several times the average time for the runs be- Â¬ ing 32 minutes 28 seconds which gives a speed of 35 2 knots or G8 kilometers or 408 statute miles This exceeds by far any speed heretofore made on lli- - water surpassing even the best performance of the Turbinia Scientific American of 40 8 its teeming population and adds that chemistry must come to thu rescue to avoid starvation This titled gentleman probably arrives at this conclusion by accepting C Wood Daviss statistical exhibit though apparently without credit to the latter Experience has shown however that none of these ularudi g prognostications hold water This Idea that the eaith cannot ralsn wheat enough to feed its people is per haps encouraging to th farimrs with the pilce down to 00c at Oh cago but t very farmer knows that taking one year with another he could immensely in crease his production of wheat or any other crop by enlarging Its area or by moro intensive culture And thousands are nady to do both whenever the mar- Â¬ ket warrants Of course the influence of the seasons is extremely important but history has shown that years of actual failure of crops over vast areas in America are comparatively few Offer the western farmer a dollar a buel or more for wheat every season and the average yield in the United States would ere long be raised from around 12 bu to the English average of about 20 Lu Mst of these alarmists also lose sight of the diversification of agriculture and multiplicity of food products that is be- Â¬ ing raised on a smaller area This little world will probably wag right along and the thrifty and industrious millions will continue to he fed despite the alarming prt dictions which seem to be a feature at the close of each century Â¬ Â¬ SAVED OUR LIFE Do Not Neglect the Kidneys and Bladder Bdacttte Your Unwell With Cuscnreta 10c Candy Cathartic 80 If COCfall druggists refund The Right Kind euro constipation forever money The religion that makes people pay their debts the religiou that keeps people from speaking ill of their neighbors the religion that makes no distinction Â¬ between wealth and poverty the rellg ion that makes men honest upright the religion that makes men manly and woman womanly the religion that is n partof peoples every day life exempli fled In kind deeds loving acts cheering words is the religion that is noeded in Disorder of these important organs causes B rights disease rheumatism pain in the back dropsy and other troubles Disease sometimes gets a hold upon your kidneys aud bladder before you realize that anything Bullous is the mutter Often these organs are neglected until that awful malady Brights disease has fastened upon you and death awaits its Many miraculous cures have victim been wrought by a course of treatmont with Dr Davis Kidutty Tablets These tablets are put up in the shape of a kid- Â¬ ney beau and the formula has been pro- Â¬ nounced by the best physicians of mod- Â¬ ern times to be the most direct in action on the kidneys of any remedy known to medical science You cau eat these tab Â¬ lets as you would candy Send for free Sold by all booklet on kidney diseases druggists or sent on receipt of price 50 cents and 1 Slniu thu nceut pronuuclamento of tlie czar ol Russia with referencn to uni- Â¬ versal disarmament thero has linen no little discission in newspaper and diplc mallc elicits as tn thu occasion for that extraordinary appeal One of the most satisfactory explanation o the subj ct appears hi the current number of The When DONS COMPLETE PILE CURE is guaranteed Kevlow of IteviuwH iu which Jvlitor to cure you It is tho discovery of an eminent physician ltuwuuls profoundly ildlr Shawns No Knife No Interruption of Business and is very lar ous ol keeping lh peace from hiltig preparid to wage war with Tho first treatment brings immedinto relief It has either Uiriimny or England It will bo cured thousands and will euro you a number of juais before the Trans MR T S WILOOX prominent merchant politician Siberian railway will be nearly enough and chief of tho Chattanooga Firo Department says completed to be used or transporting After years of suffering DONS PILE OINTMENT was rec- Â¬ ommended to me The use of one box effected a permanent cure troops and supplies to Coiea uotheru I voluntarily give you this statement hoping it will be the means China or any of these riglnns where of bringing your wonderful remedy to the attention of others suf Iiiih been so much diction between there fering with plies British and Russian intt rests it would Price 100 Prepaid to any Address be 4iopi lers or the Russian soldiers to attempt to tope on the Chinese coasts with the English ships Russia has CHATTANOOQA TENN plenty of men under arms and could re cruit still vaster otces but her resources are so undeveloped that in a great war it would li well nigh impossible to trunt port or supply large Russian armies and lu such respects Germany is incomparably superior Russia has every reason for desiring a long period of profound peace Her statesmen have observed EVERYBODY SHOULD HI the progress of tlie United Statts and Â¬ realized the fact that the material greatBecause it is placed here hy the ness of this country is due to tlie im mense development of thu Mississippi NEW Y0RK DNTAL PARLORS valley and the far west In the more than WW V for the benefit of the public that they may know thirty years that have followed the civil where to go to get the best dental work at the very B war The prolouud object of Russias lowest price amllta TEETH policy is to build railroads opeu mines We extract teeth 25 cents without pain WlTHOUTPATES bring vast areaa of wheat lands into culnw tivation aud iu short to build up the Hake a good set 01 artificial teem lor 75 nation upou a basis of economic progress Teeth filled with gold and platinum alloy 50 Russia Teeth filled with amalgam and prosperity This being true 100 would gladly obtain relief from the enor- Â¬ Teeth filled with Dure told and up mous pecuniary burdens imposed upon given with every filling We have been established in Louisville for over ten her by the maintenance of her huge A guaranteegive reference from best professional and business men In the city Remember the years Can armies She needs the mouey or rail- Â¬ New York Dental Parlors 542 Fourth St Louisville Ky roads and the agencies of peaceful di Hake no mistake but get in me ngnt place Ofi our system or making gold Is the victim of the velopment But she crown and bridge work or teeth without plates U the best known to the profession feople from abroad can come in the morning and wear their new teeth home same day prevailing military system of Euroe and considers it necessary to go armed if her neighbors do tho same It has been very much the European habit of mlud Th mott contri II J locit4 RATES Hotel In trw city e Zf PCR DAY to regard Russia as the great menace to the worlds peace but the Russians take precisely the opposite view of their posi- Â¬ tion and are very far indeed from wish ing to provoke a war Moreover they are shrewd diplomats and have score 1 great poims of lute years As matters stand thoy have nothing to gain aud very much to lose by uoing to war The new czar will keep the peace Why Suffer Agony IlIH Jimil INTEREST PAID ON IEP0SI1S B BA O S 08 W St Louis and the West W ItAILWAY RY I Trama leave Louisvlllo aa follows Cinclnnatl and the Â¬ No jo Noi6 No 1 8 Lv Ioulsvlll 135am 8 i jam 2 4511m Ar Cincinnati 643am 1155am Sdfiiin Ar Columbu 1115am 555pm 1105pm 8 15pm Ar Pittsburg 7 15am Ar Washington 650 am l jojni Baltimore 1 2piu Ar 7 joam Ar Philadelphia 10 15am 3 40 pm I Ar New York 555pm 3011n Ar Iloston 3 orpm 9 05pm Nraln No 16 has eletrant Pullman Iluflet Parlor Car to Cincinnati and Drawing room Sleeper and dining cars Cincinnati to Washington Ilaltimorc Philadelphia and New York without change Tram No iS has tlrgant Pullman Parlor Car to Cincinnati and Pullman Drawlngroom and dining cars Clnclnn itl to New York without change Train No to has sleepers to Cincinnati open at 9 oclock to receive passengers DON CHEMICAL COMPANY St Louis Springfield and the West Lv Louisville No so 1 No 16 No 8 7 Â¬ miJH JUfc IHTEBEST Ar Springfield 8 40pm 9 33am North Vernon accomodation leaves at 7 13 a m daily Charlestown accommodation leaves at 5 30 p m except Sunday Trains Nos iC to and 44 have elegunt day coaches Pullman parlor and sleeping cars to St Louis Ar ht Iouis it 3onn 35am 640pm 8 1311m opm 44 isam TltAINS AUHIVE 7 15 a m is 13 noon 640 p m am 3 90a m Prom West 7 15 a m 11 15 p m 6 40 p m City Ticket office southeast comer Fourth ard Depot Seventh and mer Main streets Por drtail information regarding rates time on connecting lines sleeping parlor dining cars etc It S 11IIOWN address O S W Itv District Pass A T icket Agent II 4th and Main Louisville Ky or J M CIIKSSI1KOUGII General Pasrngir Agent Cincinnati Ohio S II WAUKKL Assistant General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohio a From Kast s Â¬ 1111117 II f 1 1 Â¬ JSV Henderson Route LuiTill Henderson St jAiiljIyilsT Louis Rj Co Time Card In Effect June 20 97 East Hound No 43 542 No 44 No 46 Iv St IjwIi Kvansville Henderson Spottsville Owensboro Havesville Cloverport Stephensport Irvington llrandenbur ArrLouisville- West Hound 220pm 24am 310 24u 3 7 328 4 IS 341 440 454 5 IB 803 10 07 522 525 10 45 6 03 557 6 24 1112 617 1235pm 745 730 650am 715 738 818 917 645 No 4I No 43 756im 855pm Â¬ No 45 Lv Louisville llramlanburg Iryington Stephensport Hawesville Owensboro Spottsville Henderson Kvansville Louis 7 30am 8 51 4 50pm tiCU rioverport 915 981 10 1035 1135 12 1 It 6 43 7 20 8 23pm J 32 9 52 10 21 10 36 739 804 1217pm 947 40 15 95 1058 1148 ml the world tfcdfiy E Free Pxlls r Send your address to II E Bucklen A Co Chicago and got af roe Bample box of Dr Kings New Lire Pills A trial will convince you of their merits These pills are easy in action and are particular- Â¬ ly effective in the cure of Constipation and Sick Headache For Malaria and Liver troubles they have been proyed invaluable They are guaranteed to be perfectly free from every deleterious substance and to bepurely vegetable jpiiey Â¬ doBoTtfeaen bthefractioti but givTngtopto Druggists by Btdmacu arid bowels great Â¬ Regular sizo ly invigorate tho ByBtem Waynes 25c por box Sold by Short Race Mr Simon the uew Senalorfrom Ore gon is a Jew and the third of liifl race to Third of Hl8 - Benjamin of Louisiana the was Mr Jonas ol the same state Both of them were men of distinction Mr Benjamin was a aud lnflueuce member of the Cabinet in the Southern Judau1 holdarsf AtMn theSenate frheflrst was The Eagle King of All Birds A Born Flghtor is nott d for its keen sight clear and disChamp Clark the Missouri Congiees tinct vision So are those persons who man tells two stories of Gen Wheeler UBe Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve for Senator Vest asked the g iizzled old fight- Â¬ weak oyes stjes sore eyes of any kind er Geneial why are you so much in or granulatedjlids Sold by all dealeie Because its my trade at 5 cents favor of war His daughter was trying sir my trade to peruuade him to Btay at home and let New Vegetarian Theory younger men do the lighting urging his Prof Leo Weiner ol Harvard Univers age aud the act that he had done fight Â¬ ity comes forward with a new theory on ing enough for one man Finally she vegetarianism based on observation of asked Father why do you wan logo He says tiiat thu teeth and animals He replied If a fish had been out of tlie jaws of man are fashioned directly after water for thirty three years and came in those of the fruit and grass eating ani sight of a nice pond of water ho would mals instead of carnivorous animals wiggle a little at any rate He also Mates that inanfl stomach is more like the horblverous than the car One Minute Cough Cure surprises peo- nivorouj animals From this he pro- Â¬ ple by its quick cures aud children may ceeds to show that tlie human nice will take it in large quantities wittiout the eventually he obliged to come to vegb least danger It has won or itself the tarianism because there will soon notbn best reputation of any pitrparation used Innd enough for cattlo raising New today for colds croup tickling in tlie York Journal throat or obstiuate coughs Short Haynes Ileunty IH lllootl Doep Â¬ Â¬ I JOHNSON MANAdtR -- jS5TVJ JOUISVILLE Ky 1010 10 40 1223am 1245 1 15 ArrSt 7 32 7 20 If Its Worth Printing the A 1 trains run through Solid to Kvansville Through parlor cars and Pullman sleepers on all trains between St Lnuis Kvantville and Louis Â¬ ville Numbers 41 and 42 connect at Irvington tor Fordsvillc and llardinsburg daily eicept Sunday II C MOItDUE A G P A Iomsille Ky Twice-a-Wee- k Courier Journal Wil Print It flnntnir tlon of tho age Alnajs ready to entertain It requires no skill to oper ate It anil reproduce tho music of lands orches tras vocalists orlnstrutnc L II St L TIME TABLE No 10 h Mllle MAY Branch TAKING Daily Daily EFFECT d0 1897 InTim Â¬ Â¬ nothing like It rnr an cvening s emcruunmciH Other scallcd talking muchlncs reproduco subjects specially only rcconlsof preiarcil In a laboratory but tho Jraphophono On tho Is not limited to such performances O raphophono you can easily make and Initantly reproduco records ol tho olcc or any sound Thus It constantly awakens new Interest and its charm Is ever fresh Ihe rcproducUoas are clear and brilliant Our establishment aiinrlera oftlie world for Talking Machines ond TaUluij JlaUIno Supplies Writs fur catalogue FdUon aud SHolonaM meilvailKjiuiaia nv SowilliheUUECKENltlDOK NKWS and every Demorut every ltepuhlican every man woman or child who can teul will want to read it TIIETWICEAWKKKCOURIKHJOURNAI Is a Democratic paper of six or eight pages isued Wednesday and biturdiy of each week Ihe Widneidav issue prints afllheclejn news and the West Hound Trains ez Sun ex Sun No 5 Kast Bound Train Dally Daily ex Sun ex Sur No 3 No 10 50am Lv Irvington Ar 9o0am 8 00 Garfield 1125 Nol STATIONS Harned bnturdiy issue prints stotie Miscellany Poetry all matters of sprcltl interest n the borne It is edited by Henry Wutterson 1140 U 47 U55 12 Price 50c a Year You net toi good papers rf six or eight pages each lor joc IEsS THAN ONK CKN I A 10pm 1225 1235 1255 Junction HardlnsburK Glcndeanc Dempster Junction Kirk Jolly 7 42 7 37 7 27 7 17 7 02 GrapfoophORcs are sold ler S0unpJ Manufactured unur the patents of Bell IsTalnttr hmd IAlKlt 105 120 145 155 2 OS arHallsRoughlv Itockvale Huth Asklns Dempster 650 630 620 605 USEFUL PREMIUMS Are given club raisers and good pujlng commis sions are allowed agents Dally Courier Journal i Year Dally and Sunday 1 Year Sunday alone I Year 215 230 Oaks Mitchell 245pm ArHordivilleLv 5 44 5 38 8 0 8 25 610 500am co May I leave some cigars for him 7 School Report next ConfeJemieypand at the ckxeol the war went toLoridon where he was admitted to the bar iyid attajqed a very Uh posi tion and a lucrative practice Chicago Record Â¬ Working Womans Home Aeaooia tion 218 Peoria St Chicago 111 Jan 11 1810 Our Working Womans Home Associa tion used Foleys Honey and Tar six years ago and are using it to day It has always beuu a favorite for while its taste la not at all uupleasant tsafIecA are very beneficial It has never yet disappoint Â¬ ed us Wishing you all possible success sincerely yours Lauua U Fixqw Mgr A R Fisher Cloverport It A Shell llaynes man Stepljensport Gordon Pateavllle E A Witt Hardlnaburg Flash Pots of Paris Â¬ C v Marvels of a Orapkepboae JorttJitalilttJltfU amliuule HbbU are now eaten in such large quantities in One of the wonders of the end of the Franco thaj the regular rbutcbers who century is the home- Graphopbone that -- Tho soldier did not answer I emptied my tobacco pouch and my cigar case on the table I hope he got what I left for him As 1 was about to return to my ship I baw a mau followed by two soldiers ap- Â¬ proaching from the strand Dreyfus I He seemed to have heard of my presence aud measured me with questioning looks Ills lips moved but he did not speak He is a middle sissdd inau cadaverous and ot a yellow complexion His eyes are doep in their sockets he walks with a stoop and his forehead is farrowed He is growing old rapidly no doubt Dreyfus whispured with his guards and when the lattor had nodded aaauiit walked up to me and- - shook me by the Bring my good wishes to the hand he said with a voice quiver- Â¬ wide world ing with emotion Then he walked slowly toward his hut where lie remain Â¬ ed standing in the door waving his hand us my bout dashed into the billows Half an hour Jater we were on our way home The following are tlie grades made by the pupils of the Intermediate depart ment of the Hardlnaburg public school on written review for the month of Sep tember Eiiza Stith 05 Katie Johnson 01 Martha Gardner 01 Isabel Gardner 01 02 Mc Brown Stuart Babbage 01 Maud Brown 88 Charles McGill 8 Demy Mattingly 80 Miller Dellaven 00 Llzile 8peak 87 Victor Brown 88 Harry Hoben 88 Ernest Pate 70 Esther Lewis 81 Illia Mattingly 70 Arthur Beard 77 Eruest Haswell 80 Moorman Ditto 81 Virginia Hensley 80 Meda Ditto 80 Mary Kennedy 8ti Marcel la Brown 83 Katie McGary 88 Julius Witt 75 Ruth Miller 80 Judith DeJarnett 87 Nannie Kincheloe SO May Watlinglon 80 Maud West 81 Pearl Beard 85 Annie Board 81 Cinda 8 W Pat Teacher Pate 88 To Cure Cuuatlputloo Forever TalioCuscareU Candy Cathartic 10o orSSo It C C C tall to cure drumiUts refund mouey Clean blood means u cleun sUiu No beauty without it Cascarels Cand Cuthii tic clean jour blood and keep it clean b stirring up the lazy liver and driving all impurities from the body Ileum to day to blotches blackheads hamuli pimples boil and that sickly bilious complexion by talcing beauty for ten cents All diug- CascarctH gists satuiaction guaranteed iuc uc ouc I COLUMBIA PH0N06RAPH GO Dept 30 010 lonnaylvania Avenue Washington D O New York St Louis Haltlmore Chicago Paria Philadelphia Buffalo Washington S100 600 800 Lauisvlile HendersonSt Lauls RyCa Stfaty Comfort Twicea Week Courier Journal And The nsro 4 Mir 30 1897 lVu TIME SCHEDULE Taking liffect At 630 oelck A Louisville and kasvills GREGORY Wiiarfmasters UL0VERP0RT Local Agents Uotwwn CO KENTUCKY Packet Line Fat Mali Lin Steamboat Agents irais For Only U Snnda- - NEWS IfMl iouid IVatHi fail found Uoth one Year 125 Kiprs Kiprs 603 6 6 6 6 6 37 Mail A Dally 7 30am 7 48 STATIONS U Mall 4 KxprU Kipr- Dally Dally 1235pm 7 45pm 12 We have made a special clubbing Louisville and Evansville BTEAMKRS Homestead Fertilizer Company and Standard Dealers In Doors Baah Blinds Yellow Pine Floor Oil Company E G RAGON F M V with the Twlcc-a-We- e send that paper and ours for the price named to all our subicrlbcrs who will renew and pay in ad vanceorto all new subscribers who will pay In advance Sample copies Courier Journal sent lit on application arrangement CourfcrJournaland will Dally 40pm 40 48 63 00 IvUnn 818 8 21 8 29 8 35 8 42 9 07 9 23 9 31 All subscriptions under this offer must be sent to tho 9 33 609 618 626 851 869 661 T669 915 lljan Maitar W A Blibop Parlor deal l4 beef aitd ttmay r- - dingy restaurants Ire ideated by the lower orders of Rome better IloreaceTad Naplea Then to a dsh composed of a harmless wood serpents llesli which is regarded aa something of a dainty they-RO-one tft will reproducaany jelud of music or any sound One can arrange a full program of the most attractive iAui prcliestral or vocal muslu and vary It every evening On the Qraphophone one can record the human voice or any Bound and reproduce it at once Vou cau keep the voices of your friends to be heard whenever you Th88nm Qraphophones made for home wisb may thine brightly ami the birds may entertainment cau be fought aa low an togthftk Bweett noB8 but gyour 10 WtitAifor catalogue 30 to the 1 l Wpoi Columbia 1hwiokaii Co N 010 rOald lonuyjvuula Ave WwhltoQ D O hmh fyoHBKo8p a bottle of wMUa SyrHfTtfJMH lu tlie bouM awTuae When yoiTmII tor DtWitt Witch itaaesftliagto directions and the wn and sing lu vain Haex Halve the gftttt pile cure dont mmI blrda will not aiilua n frOlwd CwMlpailnn and Indlgffl lii curnV amp HAythbgnlrW Wa l km Ki vapMftft r wtbatitutir M 1Um for J 0j V1u M Trial mcw for brM Hbort A Having Of Cbaa U Uartlu 9100 bottl Inihe tnutouare gtttuguu - New Postofffce Order The Pes to file Department has issued a D L Peony Maitar L T Conner Parser uew order which authorizes postmasters to Issue mouey orderu payable at their TELL CITY own offices These money orders may be used fqrlllustratlon la payment of W D Nawball Pnnar merchants and grocers bills etc Iu K II Dullard Maitar smaller placed the pjreou ludobted to a P D STAGGS farmer may have an order drawn iu favor of the latter payable to him at any time Dally iopt Saturday batwean LouliTllla aud tent to him by a neighbor who ob Â¬ tains and delivers the mail for the neigh Â¬ and Haw Amitardam Frat bt iblppet by tali Una dalliarad qulok borhood the entire coat My for fen dol- Â¬ r than by rait lars being ten cents will dad tba itaamari art nniur TARASCON tag and Celling Weather Boarding Shingles Salt Limo Cement Plastering Laths Plaster Hair Plow Handles Bricks Etc BRECKENRIDGE NEWS 707 712 7 20 7 24 7 39 7 43 7 64 8 04 12 932 9 43 West Point Howard Wlllowdale Bo U Haven iMtig Ilranch ilrandcnburg Ekron Ouston Irvington Webster Lodlburr Pierce Sample Addison ptar Kentucky St 20 727 EttlMtet Furnished far Bulldlogi aad BHlldlBB Material OMAHA EXPOSITION 1011 1014 1025 1049 1068 961 966 969 Stephensport Cloverport Shops SMllman Holt 1135 1128 1121 1112 1102 1063 1045 1037 1023 1020 1015 1007 10 02 9 45 9 40 9 27 1160am 665 1145 651 73J 6 45 6 40 6 34 62il 618 610 0J 660 5 42 6f4 610 618 615 6 22 6 03 6 00 4 49 4 40 969 10 35 10 43 J HsHunsche Juno 1st to October 31st THE GRANDEST EXPOSITION except Worldu Fair ever planned Located n tho United States within cheap and quick access of tho entire Missouri and Mississipi Valloysatyour own doors Through tickets beyond Omaha allow etop overe Reduced excursion rateB to Tako tho Burlington Omaha Route tho old and established line to and through Omaha in any di- Â¬ rection HOWARD ELUOTT L W WAKELELEV bearMHifrifter flttwrtl ftAtafHAgtal St UttltVfM 818 133 8 27 8 42 106 114 1125 863 9 05 The TAILOR Will be in Clover port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month with 1146pm Mattingly Griffith 1161 1165 Stanley 9 25 12 02 Wortbington 9 32 I 1209 Reads 93 Spottsville 17 9 47pm I 9 64 pn-- 1224 Bassctt OtOpm 1140pmer Hemdera U 916 921 1135am Owensboro Hawesville Petrle Kalcon Lewlsport Waitman Powers Pates 917 9 9 8 8 09 03 64 47 4U 4 28 419 863 1S8 827 818 13 i 01 4 3 41 3 S3 8 07 il 802 768 761 745 7S 324 813 SM 8 20 8 07 731 T15sm 801 46ss sterfliArliihttr CASTOR A lot IafaaU I and Children TIm Kiwi Ym Havs Always lst BkM and aeooumodattoai Tba bait culinary arc asiployad ai oooki aad be menu Is equal to that of the tui hotels Oaaaral oSom US aad ITS 4ta Aveaa LooIitIII D Trln pajiad la aqulpmaat h PXMNY Trains Nos 41 and 41 make connection at Ir vlngton dally except Sunday with trains 10 and from Hardiashurg aad Fordavllla Urauch Only Una running Parlor Cars batweca Louis ville Oweniboio and Henderson Only direct line to the North aud East For furtker UlorauU call on or address Attnts or H C MOKUUK A O P A LoulsvKta Ky K W W KITS Pre Btgaatwra of Bra tb ZtfZ O V feat Whxiaih T P A OwMaboro Casper May Co Ky OANNILTON IND Syrup pcpi VeUMt 4 DR CALDWELLS CONSTIPATION N tok mnf iHiimnllFmf4 mi immmpmimwmn ujwnm Wfr holding n meeotlng to his home at Highway Ky It was indeed n pleasure to look into his face again Misses Lena Drury nnd Blanche Jolly went to Hnrdlnsburg Wednesday to visit MIm Mary Board W II Cain shipped 15 fat hogs to Motion and Hardaway last Tuesday with DONT DELAY And wait uiitil the last moment to buy your iFSSh IGW WINTER WEAR EVER NAMED IN CLOVERPORT I Go now while the stock is complete and the prices the LOWEST READY MADE SKIRTS FROM TO CAPES AND JACKETS FROM mioo 98 Gts J200 4 98 TO Beautiful Oil Painting nicely framed with 1000 purchases You dont need to buy all at one time Get a card satisfactory results Moorman Hardaway was away at Big Spring Sunday the guest of it fair lady to whom liu is partial W II Brnner of Highland preached in tho Baptist church Saturday and Sun Â¬ day at elevon oclock CI do Shumate spent last week visit Â¬ ing relatives at Ekron He was attend Â¬ ing services at Bewleyville Sunday Tim teachers of the school here have organised themselves aud pupils Into a literary society Have had one meet Â¬ ing MiBsea Ida Nettie and Edith Shumate WIlbT Shumate and Byron Dowell of Stitha Valley attended services here Sunday At a recent meeting of the trustees of this district a tax of four cents on the 100 00 and twenty five cents on the head was levied for repairs on the school hous also 1 from each patron of tho school for Incidentals Mrs Annie Beasley and daughter Miss Lucille who have spent the summer In Kentucky making their home with Mrs T P Hardaway have returned to their liome in St Augustine Florida Their stay was a pleasant one and everybody regrets that thoy have left us It was my happy privilege to attend the Ladies Missionary Meeting at Web Bter the Kith This waa one of the nicest little meetings I ever saw aud was truly uplifting and spiritual Miss Tula Daniels whose whole heinit is iu the Mission ary tauoo was the ruling spirit aud Mrs Owen Cunuinithain did do what she could to make the meeting what It should be Â¬ Â¬ B F BEARD HARDINSBURG S CO H KENTUCKY Seeing is Believing Give me but ocular proof SiiAKEsrEAnE Have your ever examined our stock of Furniture If you have not we inyite you to do so for we claim to have the largest and best line in Breckenridge County and seeing is believing We handle standard and well known goods and never deceive you in anyway We can fit you out for housekeeping complete quick and cheap If you want GoLIKK H01 BRANDENBURG FINITE will find it to your interest to deal with I Miss Mavdee Pusuv has been thn sink list 58 Richard Wlllett is quite sick malarial fever You us D M Duncan went to Guston last Saturday Miss Mary Lizzie Hayues waa In Louis last week Mrs W D Howard spent last Thurs Cold is day iu Louisville Bert Moremen 1b at home ho has been quite sick but is now out Misa Bess Allen is still with her aunt nicely The play will be on Thanksgiv Â¬ Mis Blanche Fontaine church Sunday by the new pastor Breckenridge News Ed T Alexauder is at his business ing eve at the opera house Galloway Len McGavock was in the citv Satur Â¬ after an lllnebs of two weeka Mrs M Blain has a full line of fall Brandenburg Normal will have a day iu interest of Cabell Basye WEDNESDAY OCT 19 1898 Com millinery Thanksgiving enteitainment Mr and Mrs Will Stiles have moved pany Louisville Mr H T Havnes was here last week Misses Josie Beauchamp and Zula to Rock Haven HARDINSBURG Prof Eugene Gillilnnd went to Holts Hodges of Petri is visiting Mrs J C from Cannelton to see his family Pell on Market St Mrs Chepeze Matthew of Owensboro Bottom Sunday Cullins Bros of Smith Groye Warren visited Mrs J W Lewis last week SAVE W C Blain of Potosville spent Sun- Â¬ Judge Milton Board is on the eick list couuty Ky was in the city yesterday Mr and Mrs B F Wlllett visited Mr day with his parents Railroad street has a turnpike founda buying good fast horses and Mrs Richard Wlllett last week MONEY YOU Mrs L Paulman returned last week tion Dr Greenleo of Hawesville preached Mrs Stuart leckenpaugh and baby Warren May arrived home last week from a visit to Owensboro a vary interesting sermon Mrs Barry Gilliland is here to spend at the Presbyterian church Sunday night Lucille are visiting Mrs J A McGetiee from Montana Miss Susie Estella Elder is visiting go to the Green a few months with her son For clotbinK and shoes Richard Smith our barber who lost MiBses Lillian Rhodes and Annie Bon Bargain Store Flag Born to the wife of Kirby B Blain his razors and sciBaors located them in durant Mrs Fred McGehee of Irviugton waa Monday Oct the 10th an 8 pound boy Louisville and went after them Sunday Ernest Bishop and James Bickerstafi visiting here last week J B Taylor is buying corn at our de- Â¬ attended the Owensboro fair and report Mr and Mrs Perry Weaver of Louis- Â¬ Mercer is expected home from ville spent Sunday with her aunt Mrs pot Persons having corn to sell wilt al Â¬ a gala trip Claud the army in a few days L B Helm ways find Mr Taylor ready to wait on C M Nevitt is attonding court at To save money on merchandise go to Hardinsburg as official stenographer of Floyd Miller of Henderson spent them the Green Flag Bargain Store Eugene Wise and Williamson this j udicial district several days last week with his fating Dr Iightfoot and lain wife of Hawes two of Yelvingtoua soldier boys who Miss Addie G Ditto has returned to A R Miller ville are visiting Mr Will Miller fought in the battle of Santiago spent Louisville Her ftiends here are legiou MrB James Crawford who has been in Sunday at this place who love and admire her Kimball Haruian advertises his farm Kansas for several months with her sons for sale in this issue lie has a bargain returned home last week Misses Madge Pearl and Eunice Blan Miss Mary Alexander of Louisville for some one ford entertained a number of their cauie down last week to see her brother Masters Floyd and Carl Armstrong of frUiuls Saturday night Alt present Ed F Alexander who wan sick Mrs Charley Miller left Monday morn Â¬ Misses Mary VanCleve of Lebanon ing for California where she will yisit Sample spent Saturday and Sunday with repoitamost enjoyable evening their grandmother Mrs L Paulman Miss Alma Phillips a fashionable Ky and Ella May Richardson of Louis her daughter Mrs Owen Mrs Amanda Smith and daughter milliner oi Jjulsville is instructing our yille are guests of Misa Maydee Pusey Miss Evelyn Murray of Bowling Miss Idelle of Hardinsburg have been new milliners Misa Louella Holland and Mr H O Woodson is having the Â¬ Green arrived last week and is visiting spending a few weeks Mrs Myers They will have u grand er from the Fontaine pond piped towat with R A Smith his Mr and Mrs M 11 Beard opening of their beautiful line of fall mill Mr AVoodson gives employment Services were held in the BaptiBt and winter goods on Oct 21 Do not Dr Will Gardner who has been absent to a number o people in Colorado for a year or more arrived church Sunday at 11 a m by Rev Perry fail to attend Mrs Blanche Fontaine is in Louisville Weayer of Louisville the young minis- Â¬ here last week to be with his family on her annual fall trip to take items in Misses BlancheJolly and Lena Drury ter preaches a very able sermon BEWLEYVILLE the latest dressmaking styles See her two charming young ladies of Bewley at her home Nut Hill ville were visiting in this city last week LEWISPORT Rally Day for the children the fifth David Hardaway is out from Branden Â¬ John Graham of Litchfield was here Sunday in this month at tho M E burg last week acting as prosecuting attorney church The occasion is for missionary S Our Stock is now complete in every particular in the absence of Mr Chelf He is a hot Misa Stella Paul was over at Irvington fund Iutereating Come exercises prosecutor Thursday We will show you the nicest line of everybody Send mo 40c silver and your picture 8 Forest Stith has rented Mrs Elma Wash Rhodes has four children sick any kind and I will make you two Mortons farm with diphtheria Antitoxin has been used This Is the Space of ptioto buttons from it A W Vlckers Mrs Pearman of Louisville recently aud they are doing well at this writing ilawesville visited Mrs Mike Shumate no aiarra it is atraospuerical all over Charley Hamman of Cloverport vas Misa Zaluia Strother from Big Spring the county here last week and satisfied the purchase II attended services here Sunday Willie Norfolk is with his sister Mrs money bonds on the McCrea property Miss Lulu Nuunelley is expected to Geo Frymire having his hand treated which he heretofore purchased and re spend sometime with her friends here A broken finger has resulted in great ceived a deed or the same OP ALL KINDS AT PRICES TO SUIT pain and complication Ho is getting soon KY LEWISPORT Morris Eskridge Clayt Beard and one along nicely Rev D S Campbell was the guest of or two others are arranging for a hunt I spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs H Mr and Mrs Herbert Cain Wednesday and a camp of a few days in the woods S II Harrington a most pleasant day at a jg night There is plenty of game and the weather J Wo havo for tho pltasant home We to the g iu delightful for such sport j The BantiHt nlinrrli nennln Iipi o Imvn graph Btoue quarry went hope it litho Â¬ Goods of ail J Wo may called Rev Crocker and he will probably Si Patn the popular liveryman has turu out a bonanza Look Out for Neit Issue accept been ill for several days and bis family Cuffs The Kentucky Sunday school conven Miss Wllla Drury left Thursday for are apprehensive that he has typhoid tiou for this district will be held at the Peweo Vallev where nhn will nttnnrl fever He waa removed yesterday from TO We show you a varied line of Baptist church hero tho first Sunday in All tho late things in school his room at the hotel to Mr Itichard W November at 130 oclock Au interest Â¬ Mays residence Rev J S Keen was on the east bound ing program lias been arranged and Messrs Jesse and Graham Eskridge Crawford Mason moved to Hawesville train Thursday evening onroute from everybody is invited San Antonio Texas where he had been spent lant Sunday here thn guests of Monday Misa Agues Malln 1b at home to tho their parents Mr and Mrs Morris Esk Â¬ Col W delight of her family aud friends Agues ridge It was Mr Jesses birthday Au last week P D Bush was Iu the city is a brilliant musician and has bad very FROM UP elegant dinner was spread and there was superior advantages Jo Cooper of Hawesville was In the She will devote a sort of reunion in the family city FriJay most of her time this winter to piano Mrs Colgan of Webster is here visit- Â¬ and violiu practice and the study of Dave Henry oi Louisville was in the ing her old friends This was formerly city Friday music the old home of Mrs Colgan and her ALL THE Miss Eva Carrigan visited Miss Tula and at very closest prices J W Long of Owensboro was in the friends here are always delighted to see i Lowls last week I am just sorter city Sunday her She is now advancing in years Any ono predisposed to Scrofula can mad at that good Presbyterian and I Mlna Ada McGill returned from Louis but her goneral health is good Mr nevor bo heulthy and vigorous Thla would write why but she says Our line of Mens Babbage is such a good friend I know he In fact everything you need at tho We came here for business we have ville Monday Silas Richardson wlin lm linen nnltn taint In tlio blood naturally drifts into will not publish it got the goods to suit anybodys taste and So you see I am lowost price when quality Jb con- Â¬ Consumption Buingsuehadcop seated afraid to try pocket book the price on goods doesnt sick is out again At tho lowest prices sidered Orville Patterson of Hawesville was in blood disease Swifts Specific is trie cut any figure with us Come and price It is with deep regn t that 1 chronicle our goods before laying in your fall sup Â¬ the city Thursday only known euro for Scrofula because thn Rflrtnnn Illnpcaui Mlaa MU Vnl plyGreen Flag Bargain Store peoples Oscar Patterson visited his sister In it is the only remody which can reach ing of Kansas City She la a character protection from high prices Tho prettiest lino of Hawesyllle Sunday of purest ray serene cultivated gentle tlio disease The people of this community were Ml38 Mae Reading of Petri visited J She Scrofula ainearrd ou tho head of my little sincere intellectual a Christian unuiilelillcl t hen only IS months old Shortly has coutributed many beautilul articles We have everything Btiried and electrified by two fine ser C Pella last week -- The best after breaking out It spread rapidly all over mons last Sunday from the He v J W papnr and when she resided and Ed Glhhrt tlin mnvnr nf Martlnilala no her body Tlio bvatMoii the sore would peel to thiswaa tho greatest assortment of Blgham the new pastor of the M E in the city Friday the regular correspondent off on tho gllithteiit touch and the odor that hern She has been an Invalid for many years church South Mr Blgham is one of the wuuiu arise aiuue me ai- to ho found anywhoroat Dr J W Griffin and J W Patterson monphere of the room Mr J S Moremen has gone to be with greatest preachers in the Louisville Con ilckenlni and unbearable her ference and the church here is quite went to Troy tbia week The illseabo next attacked At this writing Mr Peto Best Jr is tho eyes and we feared ulio fortunate In securing him In the pastor Our sympathy goes out to Mrs Dr to bo found in this part of tho would loe her bight Km ate for the ensuing year On account of quite low of typhoid fever J lncnt physicians from the i uany iu mo lusa oi iier youngest urotn the sickness of ono of his children his country Jo O Pell and wife spnnt Sunday with iurroundlnK country wore er who died at Chicago lust week Irora Cant bo beaten consulted but could do family have not yet arrived her mother near Petri Ky rheumatism of the heart Ilia remains nothliiK to relieve the lit John Heissog Jr of IIeudorsonspont tle Innocent and Rave It were Interred at Lebanon Ky his old M their opinion that the Old fashions in dresa may be revived Sunday with friends in this city home Iu speaking of Mis Puseya be case was honelerfs and lm reavement I am romlnded of her but no old fashioned medicine can re School commenced r n Mouday after a possible to nave the childs eyesight It wo then that we decided to try Swift Specific exquisite taste iu ull tilings The place Chamberlains Colic Cholera and weeks vacation ou account of diptherla That medicine at once made a speedy and com Lewlsport has 3 or 4 cases of diptherla plete cure fine is now a young lady and has autumu coolness his caused her to bring Diarrhoea Remedy For eilo by A R iuto the house her beautiful fbwerx and never had a sign of thn dlseaso to return Fisher Cloverport R A Shellman but all are getting along very well at Mas Hutu IUckkilxy plants heralds of winters pleasures present Hallna Kan such splendid chrysanthemums orange Stephensport The new orchestra in ettlno In firm Scrofula is an obstinate blood disease trees foliage and plants to make beauti- Â¬ Wo always pay tho Highest Prices for Produco of all kinds Eggs this week 18c shape for the A 0 U V entertain HONEST OOfVnfl and la beyond the reach of tho average ful a happy home 9 STEPHENSPORT ment HONEST PRICES AND FAIR DEALING IS OUR MOTTO blood medicine Swifts Spcciflo e The Â¬ committee to in Jas E Dorsey went to Louisville Mon Â¬ terest individuals iu attending Sunday O O Lewis was in Louisville last day as delegate to the Masonic Grand school resulted In much good I went Lodge week to tho Methodist Suuday school and Mrs Ed Gregory and son Claiborne found very iuteresslng work in progress Smith English of Cloverport was In of Owensboro la visiting her son here With Charles Oasperke superintendent sown Sunday is tho only remedy equal to such deep Sam J Gregory Mr and Mrs J W Jarrett spent a few seated diseases it goes down to tho whose zeal and industry are a power Dr J P Jett andT P Watta went to very foundation and forces faithful days last week in Hardinsburg out every to bo a teaohera are proving that it pays Louisville Monday worker in The Clark Wheeler of Louisville was In Lodge of Masons to attend the Grand taint It Is purely vegetable and is Methodist minister the vineyard and his family are the only blood remedy guaranteed to nicely arranged town Sunday to see old friends in the parsonage Paper Miss Georgia Pell who left some weeks contain no mercury potash or other Mian Kate Allen of Ohenanlt spent ago for Cairo III Is very well Ing painting uow carpets new furniture pleased mineral substance whatever O Ferry wt week with Mrs Frank with her position Books mailed free by Swift Specific havM marln tlin hnma tirlolit an I tia- ful A donation party will be given to Â¬ Service will be held la the M E Company Atlanta Georgia The A 0 U W play la prog morrow night Thursday THE FAIR Â¬ 4 3 Cloverports Leading One Price House Â¬ weather here and you will need COOKING Â¬ STOVES HEATING We have all the brands and we can furnish you anv type of stove you desire at prices that will BIG B F BEARD HARDINSBURG CO KY Honesty is Our Policy Hats and i Smith Patterson I Shoes Gents Furnishings Â¬ Young Men Dress kinds LADIES Collars and Shoes Scrofula to Consumption Shirts Hats and Caps Neckwear Hosiery and Suspenders WOOLEN GOODS Hosiery Underwear 5c Knit Woolen Skirts Cotton Skirts Satteen Skirts Â¬ Ginghams For the Ladies SHOES Clothing Overcoats PRINTS Â¬ Â¬ 3c4c 5c Mackintoshes Caps Shoes and Boots Â¬ Â¬ WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD house-to-hous- SSSrlcBlood G E DRURY BEWLEYVILLE CO KY fej2 ww