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Digital page images are linked to the text file. mmmimMmwmmm iwj JKL THE BRECKENR1DGE NEWS ALJU THR NEWS THATS KIT TO PRINT NO 15 - P VOL XXIII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 26 1898 PHENOMENAL YIELDS Dr Dempster Makes a Practical Test of Fertilizer 12000 to is estimated that from 15001 worth ol fertilizer was sold at Ul oilcan this year Too farmers in that section however regard it as a l5r Dempster who is good investment a thorough believer In scientific farming mndo a ttst of planting corn with fertiliz- Â¬ er On two and one half acres of ground he first distributed a quantity of stable lANTfl V -- - BOYCOTT INSTITUTED Local Druggists RAILROAD Hartford People Eager to Get the Henderson It RoYal Baking Powder Made from pure cream of tartar Â¬ are After the Patent Medicine Men Refuse to Handle Goods on Which Prices Have Been Raised O Have Applied f Route- - to the Commercial for Aid Club r h i B The question of the extension of the Irvlnxton branch railroad from Forda villo to Hartford has been discussed con BlderailyjTbfl latfl Bays the Hartford HeraldilMre is no doubt but that this would be a great thing for Hartford and the Wtfl along the line It would glye us atttdUtlet and competition with the outsldtf Tforld and would open up a passagefertihe resources so abundant and vahiablOjin the county between here and Fordsville It would beofinestlma ble Value to every foot of land over which It passed It would be really very little trouble to construct a Hud ot railroad from Fordsville to Hartford compared with other routes The land is Binooth and would require very little grading A bridge would hayetpMte built across Rough river at Hines Millancl that would boom this place into a good sized town right at once Hines Mill is on a direct line between here and Fordsville and is about one third ot the way from tiio lat Â¬ ter place Only one cutof any conse quenceTwonld havejto be made and that would1 bei just this side of Sulphur -SprlngJ There is only one way to get this road and that is not altogether by talking about it It will take willingness on the e land it part of thei Willies inVmiTQafterof a right of way andirwllltakBToncertBd action on the part of the leaders of the enterprise The owners of tieTea8 road whoever they are must be consulted and the SitrlHiaC 16efcreUiem They should Â¬ peoples-over-whos- manure and turned it under He then spread sir hundred pounds of bone meal broadcast over the tract After having fertilized the laud in this manner he used three hundred pounds of corn grow- Â¬ er n the corn bills aud as a result he will make seventy live bushels of corn to the acre on this tract Other fields in tho neighborhood where fertilizer was used wilt avetngu sixty six bushels of corn to the acre Dr Dempster paid 100 per aero for the ground that he used for experimental purposes Â¬ VERMIFUGE is a highly valuable preparation capable from the promptitude of ita action of clearing the system in a few hours of every worm Price 25 cts A R Fisher WHITES CREAM WHO IS RUE7 A Mysterious Cloverport for Steak Boy Pays High Waller Rue a youiig man fromOIov erport was presented In the Police Court says Thurrduys Louisville Poston the charge of disorderly conduct He or- Â¬ dered two steaks at tho American Reetur ant last night and refused to pay for them The proprietors had him arrest- Â¬ ed attorneys 2 for his bond and an fee of 3 5 When the case was called Mr Allen TCinney his lawyer paid for the steaks and the case was dis Â¬ missed and Rue was given five hours to Rue had to pay begifeneveTyiftseuranco ment and aid of encourage- Â¬ Something of value can nothS liljtlfeje days for nothing aud antenlerpri8u which will afford the peo- Â¬ ple a vast amount ot good must be push- Â¬ ed bythepeople ttremselves An exten aioift the tbraach railroad from Fords Â¬ ville to Hartford would be of great value lolttiej peopleof this whole section eepeelftllys HaWord auQ wo hope the people will take the interest in the mat whjcpyfljTpfcres detnauds old remedy used for many yean and still In public I or all favor It lltlicjjdJUbt thabest mtdkl It ilways cutei All drug pulmonary atlectlom glu sell it for Jtl leave the city An inquiry has developed the fact that there is no cue living in Cloverport named Rue It ia possible that the name is an assumed one In the mean Â¬ time the young mans identity is a great a mystery as that of the person who struck Billy Patterson A Short Sad Story A Cold druggists are hot under They have Instituted a boycott upon the wares of patent medicine men who have raised tho price upon their remedies in order to avoid the war tax The person who now goes to a drug store for a certain brand of sarsaparllla or a certain chill tonic or kidney medi- Â¬ cine is told by the druggists we do not handle those goods There has been a disposition on the part of patent medicine manufacturers to evade the payment ot the stamp tax While under the law they are compelled to affix the stamp to all packages of their remedies they are compelling the retail druggists to bear tho burden by raising the wholesale price of their medicines so that tho Increased cost will not only pay the extra expense of taxation but leave a margin besides Where such is the case the local deal Â¬ ers refuse to handle their preparations and they have started a movement to induce other druggists in tho county to follow their lead One dealer Bald to the News re- Â¬ porter One of the effects of this coudition of things will be to In creaso the sales of medicines whose formulas are not kept a secret and there- Â¬ fore are not subject to taxation for the reason that they are not classed as proprietory remedlts Now I have in stock two brands of Hoods Sarsaparllla One is manufactured in Lowell Mass and its formula is a secret The other can be manufactured here and its formula is known to all druggists The in- Â¬ ducements for tne to sell the lattnr remedy are so great that I will push its Bales as much as I can Several traveling repiesentatives of patent medicine concerns have been here during the past week and all have complained of the fact that the local dealers have given them the frozen mit aud the marble heart Cloverport the collar Safeguards the food against alum Alum baking powders are the greatest menacers to health of the present day KOTAt BAKIWO NEW STORE NEW GOODS NEW PRICES - Â¬ EOWOtll OCX Ml TQBK We have finally moved to our new store room and are offering some great bargains Look at these prices and compare with the prices you have been paying Â¬ A MODERN Lndics Dress Goods all wool Percales fall styles A Hancock County Man Who is Clarks O N T Thread the Pet of Misfortune x LEAR DRY GOODS 4 5c and 50c 17 GROCERIES 12c 4c lbs Granulated Sugar for Lion and XXXX Roasted Coffee 19 lbs Light C Sugar Bacon 100 10c pkg 8c to 100 8 8 Jeans per yard 10c to 30c New Prints Outing Cloth Flannels Flannel- Â¬ Family Goes Astray and He Takes Up His Abode in a Hollow Tree ettes etc at lowest price Lard f l per lb l 3c per lb 3o Nice Line Fresh Candy Just Received Sr BnllrDolb Vrup u a Grand f OT HELD UP ii niMwrnw ran i Inside of Eugene Wl cAdams Appointment Appointed DeWltta Witch Hazel Salve has the largest sale ol any Salve in the world This fact and its merit has led dishonest people to attempt to counterfeit it Look out for the man who attempts to deceive you when you call for DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve the great pile cure Short Haynes House Party Mies Elizabeth Skillman entertained Miss Minnie Murray of Salt Lake Citv Miss Evelyn Murray ol Bowling Green Miss Alliene Murray Miss Florence llthV8un Cottrell and Miss Nellie Gregory of this may shine brightly and the birds may city at her beautiful home Cedar sing their sweetest songs but if your wood Thursday evening Miss Skill stomach is not right there is no happi Â¬ man and the Misses Minnie Evolyn and ness for you Keep a bottle of Dr Cald- Murray went to Hardinaburg wellsyujvlepain in the house aud use Alliene where they are the guests of Mr Friday 4 it according to directions and the sun and Mrs M II Beard at a house party and birds will not shine and sing in vain Cbusllpallon SuiT Indigestion cured Thousands of tho most stubborn and Trial six- 10c 10 doses and in 50c and distressing cases of piles have been cured 100 bottles OlOlias 0 Martin by TABLERti BUCKEYE PILE OINT- Â¬ MENT It never fails to euro Price 50 Powers Will Speak cts In bottlts tubes 76 cts A R Fish Â¬ David A Powers au eloquent lawyer er from Hancock county will expound the doctrines ol Republicanism at the follow Wont Affiliate With Negro Masons jng places and on thi following dates The Kentucky Grand Lodge passed Hudson Nor 3rd i 1 p m Ouster resolutions Wednesday denouncing the Friday Nov 4ih t 1 p in Hardins actiou of the Washington Grand Lodge burg Nov 4th at 730 p m titepheus- - in recognizing negroes as Masons aud port Saturday Nov 5th at 1 p m and cutting oil all- - social intercourse with pm Cifefyt 7 Mr James E Washington lodges Wilbfelm Padueah was elected Graud Bttert Canner Dead Commander of Kentucky Mr Robert Connor the Iloino drug Â¬ i i i i No Trouble gist died on Friday last aud was buried tlivjpbpwiixi day Mr Conner was one Tho Falcon miues Just abovo Lewis of the old teachers of the county aud port iu Ilancockcoumy are ruBnttuiday the Township Institute adjourned and and night AbonVforty flvo men are4 at ItMrJfd ttietfanmU Inv a body He uuik aud allVre putting Iu good time hMtvife7iV aud making good swages Yhlle the men at other shafts in this miolng dis Â¬ trict are out the Falcou mines are free of trouble and there are no prospects that any will arise - aem What has become of Eugene McAd ahas says the Louisville Times He has been appointed to a place in the stcret service buteo JjirAii known lias not been assigned to duty Mr AlcAdatns expect station but ed tocoH6tothEbul8villo fnablng scatMniMime he would have spoiled poujj of the political plans of Col WalfcrKvans For that reason he has pot been assigned to duty At the last report from him he was bHIPIH WaalilrigTori receiving instruc Â¬ tions aSTfb nufdutles And Mr McAd ams will likely remain in Washington Meantime Mr until after the Election D W Holmes end Oapt J H Brown Â¬ ing will be fed upon the delusive hopes that each will be appointed secret ser vise agent here The election over Mr McAdams will be assigned to this dis triet as assistant to Oapt Caiter He will serve sixty days on probatiou and learn in that time all Capt Carter can field work His i teach him about the probationary term expired Mr McAd Â¬ ams will be appointed secret sorvice agent for Kentucky and Tennessee and Oapt Carter who has the Indiana work which is somewhat of a burden will be relieved of all responsibility or the con- - duct ot the Louisville office Produce Prices The following prices are quoted on country produce in the local markets Sweet potatoes 40 cents per bushel Irish potatoes 50 cents por bushel turnips 20 centB per bushel eggs 10 ceuts per dozen butter 20 cents per pound The sweet potato crop is unusually large and THEHILTESTATE the tubers are delicious in fkvor Groc- Â¬ Texas Lawyers Think Kentucky Heirs Can ers predict that if this weather continues much longer eggs will advance Butter Recover It is reported scarce A Hawrsvllle dispatch says The Hilt estate cousistiug of a fine section of land within sight of the city of Austin Texas to which Mr G W Hilt ol this city is an heir ia being looked into by attorneys and the prospect of the claim reverting to the heirs la yery Mattering The heirs held a meeting here recently and decided on concerted action They are Win P Hilt Chas and Jas Hilt Meade county aud G W Hilt The land was the property of Peter Hilt who Immigrated to Texas 03 years ago from this county He died a few years ago in Texas and lawyers from the Lone Star state say there is no doubt about recovering the estate Â¬ Neglect Pneumonia Grief Had Foleys Honny and Tar been used this story would have hud a happier end- Â¬ RA ing A R Fisher Cloverport Goidou Bhellman Stephensport Haynes Patesvllle E A Witt Hardins burg Guaranteed toliuc co habit cure mattes weak men sirooit blood pure Wc 11 All di uifglsls for Fifty Cent Misfortune marks some men as her and truly was this the case of Luther Webster Fifteen years ago ho was a prosperous farmer in tho back part of Hancock county His estate was well managed and he did not want for the good things of life He had plenty of the world goods and the sun of contentment seemed to shine over bin vine and fig tree He had a good wife and au interesting family of prepossessing daughters In an evil day bis wifo died His chil- Â¬ dren soon got beyond tho fathert con- Â¬ trol and went astray Tho departure of his daughters from the paths of rectitude broke Luther Websters heart He tried all means of winning back to the paths of virtue but they laughed at him aud treated him with scorn The old man lost heart He had no farther interest in life und hu virtually gave his property away to his neighbors When all was gone he iroved to tlt lunks of tlie Ohio river and built him a little cabin above the mouth of Indian Hero in soli creek lu Hancock county tudn he brooded over his misfortunes and made no friends A ribu iu the river washed his cabin away and then tho old man sought ref uge in a hollow sycamore tree Here hu lived for years witli owls nud bals for company At lust he became so feeblu that the pity of hlri neighbors wan aroustd and it wue due to their etlbrs that the old man was moved to the lltn cock county almshouse where ho will spend the balance ol his days own Mens and Womans A FULL LINE OP MENS AND WOMANS UNDERWEAR UNDERWEAR AT ROOK BOTTOM PRICES CLOTHING We have ordered and will receive in about 10 days tho LADIES WRAPS This line purchas ed direct from manufacturer Â¬ best line of tho Mens mMgr I7TV 11S-- leaving ki ifjir4a Youths and Boys CLOTHING ever brought to Breck- Â¬ enridge or Meade counties never We have the middlo mans profit to go to the pur- Â¬ chaser is the reason Â¬ khr 4 i Zrwry We can Give handled Clothing before and our stock will be wflm wLttttI afigrw Never Say Die Many despurato rase OHses Bargains in this Line of kidney di pronounced incurable have been cured by Foleys Kidney Oure Many plijsiciane use it A it Fisher Clo-Â¬ No Griping or Pains verport It A Shellman Stephens- Arrowsmlth III Jan 21 1807 Haynes Patesvllle E port Gordon Dear Sirs I have been bothered for A Witt Hardinaburg 15 years with constipation aud I have tried many preparations during that time HES ELOQUENT I commenced using Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin in the fall of 1695 and un- Â¬ Demhesitatingly Bay it is the best remedy I Hon Jesse Parks Will Expound ocratic Doctrine have ever found for my trouble No griping or pains after taking Yours etc Wu Huut Hon Jesse Parks democratic candi Â¬ Chas O Martin druggist date for tho attorney ueneralship will address the people of Jolly Siatiou Sat- Â¬ About Rabbits You cant hunt or shoot partridges urday October 20th at 1 oclock aud will lawfully until the 15th of November speak at Irvington the same evenlug at The rabbit has no protection from any 730 oclock Mr Parks Is a man of more quarter Some of the cotton tails than ordinary ability and Is one of the Â¬ have already appeared In market The most eloquent as well as best posted orrabbit is about the only game left In this ators in the State He is a simon pure section and every boy without regard democrat and every fair minded man to color or previous condition who owns that has an opportunity to do so should or can borrow a dog or gun will soon be get out and hear his speech on the war path For broken surfaces Bores insect bites burns skin diseases and especially Cab Burned piles there is one reliable remedy De Â¬ On last Wednesday night while en Witts Witch Hazel Salve When you gine 17 used on the work train was in call for DeWitts dont accept counter- Â¬ the round house fire started in the cab feits or frauds You will not be disapfrom some mysterious cause and before Witch Hazel Â¬ it was discovered had gained considera- pointed with DeWitts Short Haynes Salve ble headway It was put out before it communicated to any other engines or to Halloween Coming the woodwork of the building Tho cab Halloween will Boon be hero with its was titaly dlstroyed festive Halloween parties Oh the night More than twenty million free samples of November 1st the ghosts of all ages of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve have and times are supposed to wander over the face of the earth The luischievioun been distributed by the manufacturers of their confidence in small boy takes advantage of the night What better proof and lay the its merits do you want 7 It cures piles to play all kind of pranks are supposed scalds sores in the shortest space blame onto the ghosts that burns to stalk about Haynes of time Short Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ml new fresh and te styles Give us a call in this lino Tinware Hardware LT--W-2- and TUT Queensware TS STOCK NEW MODEL SEWING MACHINE With Manufacturers Guarantee For Ten Years SHOES BUELLSiCELEBRATOD AND BRAND Mcintoshs Line of Solid Goods B i v are two of our leaders in this line An exam- Â¬ ination of our shoes will bo to your intorets Hats and Caps r i The Latest Styles the market affords and at spot cash Entertained Friend Mr Orvllle T Skillman of Cedarwood Cloverport came down Sunday In com Â¬ mand of his naptha launch Marguerite bringing a stag party of his Breckenridge county friends to dine at the Sunlight Hotel Oannelton Telephone A Greater Flag In the navy there la but one flag that is allowed to he placed higher than the stars and stripes and that is called the church pennaut It is run up durlug In the navy God is church service recogld as the God ot Nations i Handsome Publication Wfyv y This office has received a copy of the minutes of the Kentucky Press Associa Â¬ tion and they are out of sight The typographical appearance press work aud the half tone cuts of tho officers are perfect and make the pamphlet a tri- Â¬ umph of job printing jug from any kidney trouble that a safe sure remedy is Foleys Kidney Cure Guaranteed or money refunded KA A It FUlier OlQverport Shellman Stephensport Gordon Hay nee Pat syille W E Witt Hardins burg Drop leaf four drawers ished in Oak fin- Â¬ FOR 31500 A Genuine Bargain ing this Machine for prices is the way we purchased our hats and caps Seeing is believing so Other people are sell Â¬ 2000 Call and take a look YD U ouiiiit to know that when I 11 Buffer SHELMAN IRVINGTON -- CO JOAMVORXAa tZsVmir Nature can ouly foed tho flame of life Ramsey King with tho food eaten which Is digested HEROINE will reinvlgoratea weak atom Isaac Ramsey of Indiana and Elnora achaad so Improve digestion m to In Â¬ King ol near this city were married at sure the natural bloom of health Price the Hancock county court house at Haw- 60 cts A R Filiw esvllle Saturday by Judge Adair KY ITSE5Z3 ULmBBBBBBBBM Vf rmz - i jcSsa JAwwuiiiifpp1 r Wi r V TT fTT- - f Lazy Liver vrltk m torpid llTer which producos constipa tion IfouiwlOASGAKETStobeall joudnlm for them and acourwl uch relief the drat trial that I purchased another supply and waa com Â¬ pletely cured I shall only be too glad to rec ommend CawaroU whenerer the opportunity J A SMITH U presented 2M0 Susquehanna Are Philadelphia Pa Â¬ A CUTE TRICK GREAT MANY PATHETIC COINCIDENCE Scrcnadcrs Sing a Dirge While a Soldier Lay Dying His Life Went Out With Break BOTH WERE WROttfi - 2 hswo bee trembled great deal JUICIDES May Be Traced to Food and How a Smart Husband Taught His Wlfo Finance Divide anything up into paits and ou magnify it says the New Orleans Times Domocrat A certain wise nun took this way to give his wife an lilr of how much 1000 Is Sht had mi idtn of money Her purchases were enormoui It happened one day that her eyes fell npon a magnificent ring and site coveted it It cost 1000 But what was 1000 Of to her in comparison with the ring course her husband consented to the purchase What else could a ilutlfu Hut ho tried aflbctionato husband do this method of educating his wife con Â¬ cerning the great price of the ring Ho instructed his banker to send her tho 1000 in small pieces pennies dlmep quarters In came the money bagful after bagful She never had such an idea of 1000 before When tho money was piled boforo her it alarmed her Tho price of the ring went up a hundred fold and wbb considered at once an extrava Â¬ gance which she of her own option abandoned Three Doctors In Consultation When you are sick what you like best is to be chosen for a medicine in tho first place what experience tells you Is best to be chosen in the second place e Theory says is best to what reason be chosen in the last place But if you can get Dr Inclination Dr Experience and Dr Reason to hold a consultation together thoy will give you the best advice that can be taken When you have a bad cold Dr Incli- Â¬ nation would recommend Chamberlains Cough Kemedy because it is pleasant and safe to take Dr Experience wonld recommend it bocause it never fails to effect a speedy and permanent cure Dr Keason would recommend it becauso it in prepared on scientific principles and acts on natures plan in relieving the lungs opening the secretions and restor- Â¬ ing the system to a natural and healthy condition For sale by A H Fisher Cloyerport It A Shelluian Stephens port 1 Â¬ Where the Responilfalllty of the Trouble Lies a st Irden YOU WILL Errors In Diet Self flurder Increase With Civilizations riarch Â¬ r CANOV jgW CATHARTIC the Words the News to Molher THaDIUMN Good Merer Sicken Weaken or Hoses nt r alaUble Potent Orlpetoc aoeeee Taste Good IM 0 tttrilaf CURE CONSTIPATION Tr Inw4 Cnfii tai Bold NUmUIAw by all drug gnu andrnaranteed to CVHK Tobacco Habit Breckenridge WEDNESDAY 00T News 20 1898 iii iii THE SPHERE OF LIFE lust Occupy of Action Each Man His Own Field It i Every hand sways an Individual scep- Â¬ ter in ita own realms The thought is not visionary that each soul is destined to occupy a certain sphere The infant is at the center of ita universe To this little kingdom there is a boundary the revelation of which depends upon the ex panding fnturo of the child The design of God is that from the center of the realm into which we are born we shall expand till every point of the boundary is touched The domain of life is not made up of circles within circles The world is like a vast aggregate of spheres the circumference of which only touch one another and the center of every sphere a human soul The possibility ol materially affecting another Bphere of action is on the hypothesis that we fill elected our own Â¬ Dr i most stubborn coughs colds and lung aflectlsnt Kven Incipient consumption has been successfully cured by this marvelous remedy hullerors will obtain relief after a few doses Bulls Couch Syrup ourei the A Fast BlroV Many sailors believer tbat the frigate bird can start at daybreak with the trade winds from tluramst of Africa and roost the samenigut upon the American shore Whethprthis is a fact or not has yet to bo determined but it is certain that the uiru ia win Hwiueai wiugtsu uiejuuie uuu is able to fly undor favorable conditions two hundred miles an hour Spot When suffering from a severe cold and your throat and lungs feel sore take a dose of Foleys I I Honey and Tar when tho sore riesa will be at a warm great- once releived ful feeling and liealiug of the parts af fected will bo experienced and you will say It feels so good It hits the spot It is guaranteed A It Fisher Clover port Gordon llaynes Patesville It A Shellman Stephensport E A Witt Hardinsburg Dr Haig an eminent authority on the other side of tho water is of the opinion that suicides may be traced to error in diet the error being tho eating of meat the drinking of beer and of tea and the His facta all fall smoking of tobacco comfortably Into their places In support Are there not moro of his hypothesis suicides among men than among women and do not men consume more meat more beer and more tobacco than tiie Again suicide is more common women in England than in Scotland not appa rently because the Scotch are a more canny race but because tho English eat more meat and drink more beer while the Scotch eat less meat and drink whisky instead of beer says the Hospital After maintaining that suicide was less common among the Scotch it was per Â¬ haps hardly polite when addressing a Scotch audience to go on to say that sui Â¬ cide increased with civilization But the fact was explained on the ground of more injurious diet that of civilized man being more productive of uric acid and thus of suicide than that which prevails where civilization is less advanced Uric acid is in fact at the bottom of all this and according to Dr Halg the incidence of suicide tallies with the daily annual and life fluctuations of uric acid in the blood being commonest when uric acid is most abundant namely in the morn- Â¬ ings in Bpring und summer We have no doubt that errors of diet are responsible for much and among other thlngsrfor a certain number of sui- Â¬ cides nay we would go further and admitliat unsuitable diet derangement nf I tin ntnnor rolntlnn liptwinn nutrition arid waste and the consequent loading of the tissues and the blood with abnormal products of metabolism have much to do with that ill temper and discontent which lead men to lay their hands vio- Â¬ lently often upon their neighbors and sometimes on themselves All this may be taken for granted but it ia at preseot far from proved that the peccant material is in all cases the same and still further are we from being agreed that uric acid is the origin of the evil Â¬ KINO OF THE KLONDIKE Arrives From the Yukon With Oold to Throw at the Birds Alexander McDonald the King of the Klondike who has arrived at Tacoma is He owns all or worth over 1000000 part of seventy five claims in Jthe Klon- Â¬ dike district Four years ago he left Tacoma with just enough money to reach Juneau Later he went to the Yukon Last spring he sold part of his El Dorado and Bonanza holdings for 1 600000 receiving half cash This sum Â¬ mer an expert representing an English syndicate inspected McDonalds remain- Â¬ ing claims for which an offer of about 2000000 have been made McDonald is on the way to London Before coming to Tacoma he gave 100000 to a Catholic Church hospital and other Dawson char-Â¬ ities The most stubborn cases of Bronchi- Â¬ tis succumb to BALLARDS HOItE HOUND SYRUP Price 25 and 60 cts A R Fisher Tho surgeons and nurses at St Marys Hospital were uuuasually distressed over tho death a fxw days ago of privato Hen Â¬ ry J Wind of Company D bird Kew York Regiment enys the Philadelphia Times The hospital attaches had taken an especial interest in Winds case and everything possible was dono to save him Thu surgeons after consultation decided that his only chance of recovery lay in the performance of a delicate sur- Â¬ gical operation The surgeons did their work well but the patiunt collapsed un- Â¬ der the knife They can led him back to liis cot in the ward and realized that ho had but a few minutes to live The soldier who seemed to understand his own condition fully clutched one of Jho Obi doctors by tho sleeve and said juet pull me through doctor my mother needs me She needs me bad He fell back breathing stertoriously and a nurse passed her soothing baud over his hot brow At that moment tho occu- Â¬ pants of the room wore electrified by the strangely appropriate strains of a song that floated through the window from the street A quartette of young men with exceptionally good voices was pas Â¬ sing the hospital singing Just break the news to mother she knows how I love her And tell her not to wait for mo for Im not coming home JuBt say there is no other can take the place of mother Then kiss her dear sweet lips for me and break tho news to her Almost at Uiat very moment the suffer-Â¬ er gasped and was dead The singers passed on down the street and the qulec in tho ward was broken only by the low sobbing of the nurse There were tears too in tho eyes of the surgeons SAVED OUR LIFE Do Not Neglect the Kidneys and Bladder To Cure Constipation Forever Take Cuscarcts Candv Cathartic lOoorlSo If C C C fall to cure druggists refund money It Hits the Our Carrying Trade is stated that the merchandise car- Â¬ ried by rail in the United States is double the amount of land carriage of all the other nations of the earth combined This means that the 70000000 people of the United States transports twice as much merchandise as the remaining 1 400000000 of mankind Bean the It CASTOniA s The Kind Yea Hare Always BougM Disorder of these important organs Brights disease rheumatism pain in the back dropsy and other troubles Disease sometimes gets a hold upon your kidneys and bladder before you realize that anything serious is tho matter Often these organs pre neglected until that awful malady Brights disease has fastened upon you and death awaits its victim Many miraculous cures have been wrought by a course of treatment with Dr Davis Kidney Tablets These tableta aro put up in the shape of a kid Â¬ ney bean and the formula has been pro- Â¬ nounced by the best physicians of mod- Â¬ ern times to bo the most direct in action on the kidneys of any remedy known to medical science You can cat these tab- Â¬ lets as you would candy Send for free booklet on kidney diseases Sold by all druggists or sent on receipt of price 60 cents and 1 causes QIFTED EXHORTER Baskett Coal v3jtf Is Who Performed the Unparalleled Feat of Raising 113000 Most gifted exhorter of his time to Judge by results in dollars and cents Rev A B Simpson organizer of the tins aiswiiutt j U the best and most economical Soft coal that can be used The BASKETT COAL is clean Has 2400 pounds to the ton Each customer praises it r 7 OSH Before you buy write for price Each car sold is full weight Summer is gone winter approaches Christian Alliance surpased his own record by appealing to patriotic as well as religious sentiment in New York the other day The missionary idea dove- Â¬ tailed so exactly with the other idea in the minds of his hearers that in the course of morning and afternoon services he raised 113000 a feat that has probably never been equaled Orators have driven mobs to carnage eloquence has overthrown kingdoms Rev Dr A B Simpson makes no pre- Â¬ tense to elouuence to oratory Yet his words moved these men and women to empty their purses and their pockets More excited women tore their jewelry from their necks and throats and gave it a poor laundress gave 20 her savings a man gave an oil painting all he had to give there was one donation 10000 The ardor of the women In giving and in urging others to give sometimes verged close upon the hysterical It was a catching fever of generosity marked by the highest religious temperature New York Journal to Virpkn Illinois is undor martini law and Boldlers are patrolling tho street The town was tho scone of bloody liot about ten days ago Tho nilnets in thu coal plls at that plarn are out on strike Tho opo ator of tho mines en with negro min Â¬ dtavored toreplsr ers from AlsbniH alter be I mil been warned by Governor Tanner that such action would cauio trouble The Gover Â¬ 9 nor when nppeftlttf toby the mine man Â¬ 9 ager to prottrt the imported laborers refused to fcoud soldiers for that purpose nod the company employed Pinkerton detectives to guard the nrgros One day last week the mine operators tried to laud a train load of imported negroes at VirddU but tho strikers at Â¬ tacked the train and in thu battle that followed forty men were killed on both sides Tho facts in the cose show that the manager of the mints at Virden and the governor of the state of Illinois were directly responsible for tho bloodshed The mine manager is endeavoring to V 3sBMsssssB 4i force white miners to work for starvation wages and in his fight against them he has used overy means to incite them to lawless deeds His last act the effort he made to replaco them with negro from Alabama drove the men to desperation Had he acted more hu- Â¬ manely and moro reasonably and shown a spirit of liberality he could have In- Â¬ duced the men to return to work by making some concessions that would not have been a source of great loss to him Our Navy and Dicks Best brands are made absolutely of But tho manager like a great many oth- Â¬ No adulteration er employers of labor forgot the men vbeat had hearts and feelings and dealt with them as thougli they were so many cat- Â¬ tle He is therefore criminally responsi- Â¬ ble for tho riot that resulted in the death of forty persons Governor Tanner is Made in Breckenridge county in tbo best mill in the county Write for also particeps crlminis in refusing to Send orders to prices protect tho property of the mine owners and in not granting protection to thu imported laborers While his sympath Â¬ ies may have been with the strikers it was his duty to uphold the law and pre- Â¬ vent riot and disorder His refusal to do so emboldened the strikers and incited them to perform lawless deeds Had the governor more backbone and more good horse sense the disturbances would nev- Â¬ er have taken place and forty men would not now be lying lifeless at Virden It is high time something were done to bring employer and employe closer together Consideration for each others rights would lead to a better feeling between capital and labor Ac- Â¬ IWMIWW tion that would leave to disinterested rt m parties the arbitrament of differences bo HZ- C ji rr JtiTirn o tween employer and employe is needed As long as the present method of settling bXJ pi l PTJ 1Riilii labor disputes continues the obstinacy of m the employer and the hot headedness of the employe will lead to such disturb- Â¬ ances as occurred at Virden The impo- Â¬ tence of the officers who are supposed to uphold the peace and dignity of the A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and commonwealth will inspire contempt for law and order among the warring fac- Â¬ EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN tions and a state of anarchy will result CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED that will threaten tho social fabric TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 60 CENTS Millions Given Away JAMES F BALURO Sole Proprietor - 310 North Mala Street ST J01HS W It is certainly gratifying to the public For sale by A R Fisber Cloverport Ky to know of one concern in the land who are not afraid to bo gonorous to the needy and suffering The proprietors of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds have given away When your and KIDNEYS are the direct cauw of Nlnety ITlre over ten millions trial bottles of this Cent oftlieLIVICIl tho body Why should fare wear wrinkles and dark streiks below lie ejes iliseuesof why llMt tlrtd feeling when nature Intended otherwise when great medicine ami have the satisfaction of knowing it has cured thousands of hopeless cases Asthma Bronchitis Is Our lowest Will positively relieve and cure whre all others fail any disease the human Hoarseness and all diseases of the throat charge Is five dollars but we will forward medicine aud full instructions for body heir to I Wll IITIIIrirR When you hye been relieved you will remit the remalnliie three dollars TtItn TtnllnuM chest and lungs aro surely cured by it Our Cold Itemedy a Positive Cure lOo by mail IffU UUIIUIU Call on Short llaynes druggist and get a trial bottle free Ilegular szs 60c and 1 Every bottle guaranteed or go Walnut Street P O Box fill DH A B WEUR1CII Advising lbysicltn Philadelphia Pa price refunded F AD - Dicks Brands of Flour are lba THE BEWW o o CD Honest Flour at an Honest Price DANIEL DICK Miller and Wheat Buyer ADDISON KY A BOON TO MANKIND 1 D TABLERS BUCKEYE 2Zh S raspings PILE CURE WHY GROW OLDIer THE INFALLABLE REMEDY The Infallable Remedy Company SPANISH DISINTEGRATION How She Haa Lost Power and TerriÂ¬ iWMAMAVMMMWMMWWyVVWvWVyVYW tory The following diagram gives a fair notion of the process of Spanish disinteg- Â¬ ration during the last 300 years ---- 1810-1828 V G BABBAGE ATTORNEY AT LAW Will M Practice in ait ibo Courts in Breckenridge Hancock Counties Meade and 1008 1713 -- 1808 - The time to buy is NOW Coal prices go up in cold weather Order NOW while coal is cheap Ask jour dealer for BASKETT COAL Let us quote you prices on large quantities r Working Womans Home Anociatlon 21 S - Peoria St Chicago III Jan 11 1600 j ADDRESS COMMUNICATIONS TO Our Working Womans Home Associa tlon used Foleys Honey and Tar six years ago and are using it to day It has always been a favorite for while Ita taste Is not at all unpleasant ita afreets are very beneficial It has never yet disappoint- Â¬ ed us Wishing you all poesible success sincerely yours Lauba G Fixon Mgr A It Fisher Cloverport It A Shell man Stephensport Gordon A llaynes Patesville E A Witt Hardinsburg Pittsburg Coal Company BASKETT KY imxKmmitmimmmMmMmimmmmsm ms WWVWWVWVWSVyWJ Graphophone Marvel of a l J One of tho wonders of the end of the century Is the home Graphophone that will reproduce any kind of music or any sound One can arrange a full program Lumber Palpts and Oils of the most attractive band orchestral or Drills Fertilizers Wagons vocal music and vary it every evening On the Graphophouo one can record the Buggies Plows Blount Wagons human voice or any sound and reproduce And anything in the Farm Machinery it at once You can keep the voices of and Implement Line OALL ON Ooose Bone and the Weather t j our friends to be heard whenever you Baugor Me has a well known weath- Â¬ wish Graphophones made for home er prophet who pins his faith in the entertainment can be bought as low es go Wa breastbone He reports that it 10 Write for catalogue 30 to the is white at the front end this year which Columbia Puonookapu Co No 010 means a early snow fall The bono la Pennsylvania Ave Washington D O very wide portending deep snow and KY good sledding through the winter But About Spider Webs it must be remarked that the goose ia It is said that every thread of a spiders Its native estate invariably goi s south ia web ia made up of about 6000 separate IN- Â¬ winter which shows that It has no faith fibers If a pound or this thread were In weather prophecy required it would occupy 28000 spiders a full year to furnish it IN FINE POULTRY We breed on scientifie prisvciplw When you call for DeWittd Witch following Back Mmorcaa Buff Cochins Bamd PWbhhUJi Roek Hazel Salve he great pile cure dout White Wyandottea W 0 W PolUh Light Brahmi accept anything else Dont ba talked ImhU H WW MW Hqt tmgt Your moneys worth or no sftle WriU foe MUtagtie accepting a substitute for piles for into y sore tot burns Short it llaynes KENTUCKY STOCK POULTRYFARfttBrwdenhiuflKy Vi c The first line indicates the extent of the Spanish Empire under the rule of Phillip II who could proudly repeat the boast of his predecessor In my empire The second line the sun never sets shows what was left to Spain 00 years later after the separation of Portugal The third lino shows the reduced size of Spain after the Treaty of Utrecht and the fourth lino the still more disastrous rrductlon by the Iocs of her provinces on the American continent The fifth and last line indicates what will be left of the once gigantlo Spanish monarchy after the peace with the United States Claims collected Mortgages Notes Liens and other securi Â¬ ties enforced and tho monoy turned over promptly Divorces secured Depositions taken Interest in estates carefully look- ed into Contracts Deeds and other legal papers type written - CHARGES REASONABLE OFFIOBS Over Gardners Store Hardinsburg News Ofllce Cloverport WHEN YOU NEED IRVINGTON R S BANDY VEST A WHY DONT YOU FEW DOLLARS rw OASTORXJk 7jA rtw i o G E DRURY IH I CO Wo havo tho most completo lino of wilt be with Mrs George Lyddan Oct A full attendance is urged nnd the 20th club will bo glad to unroll now memburs INTERESTING DISCUSSION Of BEWLEYVILLE EY on that day Mis Ellen Wathen will leave Tuesday forSpriiiglluld and Lebanon III where alio expects to make a protracted visit Sho will he present at the nuptials of her nophow Will B Spalding a prominent young man of Atlanta loss of appetite flatulency and nausea aro all connected with dys Â¬ pepsia or indigestion IIKIIBINE will give prompt relief Prlco50 cts A R Dizziness I ism Topics Relating to Educational Alattcrs and Methods SHOES SHOES SHOES Wo also havo the noatost lino of Fisher THREE BAD MEN Discussed Uy the Cloverport Teachers Association Saturday SHOES in this part of the country OUR LINE OF Handcuffed Prisoners Escorted to the MOST PROFITABLE MEETING State Penitentiary SherilT Burton accompanlod by a deputy were In the city Monday morn- Â¬ ing on there way to Eddy vllle with three prisoners who are to bo committed to the penitentiary for various crimes The prisoners were Mr Lindsay hone stealing five voara John Beaviu burglary one year Dauiol Jones shooting with intent to kill one year The last named prisoner was a negro who shot at ex City Marshal John Hall about two years ago Soon after the shooting he made his escape but through the efforts of Detective Hicks Wills ho was located at Princeton Ind a few weeks since and brought to this county for trial It Is but justice to Mr Wills to note that ho assisted in flxing the crimes with which they were charged on all three prisoners Â¬ Men s Shirts Dress Shirts 1b NECKWEAR always te tho closest and tho prices are always Wo carry a nico lino of Mens iU In addition to our lino of 5s k Ready Made y AND CLOTHING Wo aro agents for tho old roliablo Odd i Pant3S i FARHS CHANQING HANDS Globe Tailoring Co of Louisville So - AN- D- Ky Several Pine Farms In Hcade County Bought and Sold The farmers in the neighborhood of Overcoats OUR if you aro inclined to be a little Guston seems to bo in a trading humor lean or a little stout WE CAN FIT Last week two real estate transactions of considerable magnitude that occured in YOU JUST THE SAME IN LADIES LINE OF tu i Dress Goods IS ALWAYS UP-TO-DA- Underwear Hosiery Woolen Skirts Etc We are not to be beaten i m that vicinity were noted by the News This week we chronicle the sale of George Andersons farm near Guston to Tho farm in question Forrest Stith contains 143 acres well improved The consideration was 2300 George Anderson has purchased the Joe B Anderson place near Guston It contains 80 acres of rich land and there is a new two story dwelling on the place Consideration 2800 The institute held by tho teachers of tbe Cloverport magisterial district at the high school in this city last Saturday alter noou was an interesting and profit able event There were quite a number of the pat- Â¬ rons and visitors out to hear the proceed Ings and the following teachers were present Milton Coke J O Basham Frank Uurdett Miss Mary Moorman Mhs Anna Ralte S E Hancock R F Laslie For- Â¬ rest Haynes and F A Beavin County Superintendent Driskell was present aud took a leading part in the exercises At the opening of the meeting Riv G Bray invoked tho Divine blessing up- Â¬ on those present and made a most eloÂ¬ quent and beautiful prayer Ed Goodnight delivered tho address of welcome which was responded to in behalf of tho teachers by Milton Coke who In very eloquent terms thanked the people of Cloverport for the cordial reception that had been accorded the teachers In well chosen words County Superin tendent Andrew Driskell pointed out the value and objects of the Teachers Aesicirttion and showed what great good it was doing iu inspiring interest iu their profession on the part of the pedagogues S 44 No use for a duster there s no dust on X iex Every dealer who has handled Battle Ax knows this to be a fact There is no old stock of Battle Ax any- Â¬ nothing but fresh goods as where Battle Ax sells five times more than any other brand in the world All who chew it never change PLUG Â¬ Remember the name you buy again 1 In fact wo have just what you want and wo have tho prices to suit Wo havo a nice clean orderly housejandndeal fairly and show you our goods just as cheerfully when you dont buy or when you do Wo ttekyyou the highest prices fof your produce and sell 18 lbs Granulated Sugar for 100 21 lbs Light Brown v8ugar1fbrfllt00and 11 packages XXXX Coffte for 100 Eggs this week Mc per doz Wo know every merchant cant pay prices like this for produce but wehave a contract to fill - G E DRURY BRWLRYYILLR COT ky HUSTLING IRVINQTON Invests Over 20000 In New Frank ELECTION MCDANIKLS J W Storms J P Gardner Judges 8 M Parson Sheriff Clerk OLENDEAME J H JFFICERS Men Who Will Serve On R W Owen Wm Smith Judges Gid P Ball Clerk Joe UeJernett Sheriff ROCK Pre VAIK cinct Election Boards Full List From Each Magisterial District la The County Charles Fisher D N Howard Judges II F 1111 W H Ohamhlls Clerk Sheriff TJso Buildings This Year Has a Water Works System and Is Now It has stood the test and it positively a reliable remedy Iifo It too short to for bronchitis nnd Ktlpj Dr Bulls Cough Syrup at once Preparing Sidewalks For Brick The following is the list of election the various precincts during the casting of the ballots on election day officers who will preside at experiment with new so called Cough Syiup costs but 1 ctt sure cures Hulls A LEGAL BARREL - FrankleHaven 0 H Heston Judges fTete Sherran Clerk Charles Miller Jr Sheriff jljiVkAnDiNaBund TKKCINCT KO 2 0 P Hook 0 B Millor Judges Tay- lor Beard Clerk 0 K Mattlngly Sher iff UARDlNBBURU UAHDiNanuna precinct mo 1 Apple Shippers Will Try to Secure Adoption of a New Law the lBECINCT MO 3 Mike Miller K Harmau Sherla Frank Jarboe Judges Clerk Mat Sbrewsberry MO 1 CLOVSaPOBT lRKClNCT X L Wagoner Clayton Crosson Judges J It Skillman Jr Clerk Mor- Â¬ gan Fountain Sheriff CLOVKBlOBT lRKCINCT MO 2 Johri Jennings J E Black Judges vEdiKiseam Clerk John II Ely the Sheriff CLOVKWORT PRECINCT MO H J Thoa L Wrbe II A Oelze Judges Rowland clerk J II Carson Sheriff Joe 31 Mullen5 Some of the largest apple orchards in the State of Kentucky are located in Breckenridge and Meade counties and the fruit Interests of thin section aro enoromous The orcbardlsts here will be interested in the attempts that the National Apple Shippers Association will make in the next legislature to haye a law passed making the legal barrel for apples conform to the package adopted by the as- Â¬ sociation The dlmeneionsof this barrel are to be 17 in head and 28 in stave with bulge not lees than 04 in outside measurement The association will also urgo the adop Â¬ tion by the state railroads of a uniform weight of 150 pounds for a barrel of ap- Â¬ Â¬ f UALLTOWN ples Eil urate Your Howell With CaicaraU Candy Cathartic cure constipation forever If C 0 0 all druggist refund money Jule B Jackson The building boom that started early lu the season at Irvlugton still continues Three handsome new cotugeti are now under course uf construction and others W A Brown the are contemplated hustling general merchant has purchased lumber and given the contract for the enlargement and remodeling of his store An addition will bo added 10x60 The house will be enlarged to a two story structure and the front will be so remod- Â¬ eled as to make it thoroughly modern in appearance So far about 120000 has been invested in new buildings in Irvington this year Two churches a brick store a frame store two blacksmith shops a college a hotel and eight cottages have been erect- Â¬ ed Several other buildings notably tho Lyous hotel have been enlarged and remodeled at heavy expense The thriving little village now has a water works system and this month will see tho construction of a handsome brick Bide walk from Browns store to the establishment of McGlothlan Piggott Â¬ Judea Ream Fate Clerk Pete Illn toa Sheriff BTBPIIEMSIORT LOCAL J 08811 10c 25c Napoleon BrumfielJ L It Adkisson Judaea Jtobt W Vaughan Clerk Elijah Milter Sheriff F Mi j MOOLKVVJtLK d AiGllliiaad WF Speak Judgos jJiyli Canuingham Clerk Peter Elder Sheriff WKllSTSB Cjanlner VOlerkj Sheriff Cj f UMION STAB 0 orfilack Judges James B Gashman A B Parks Forrest Olaycomb Judge s James St Clair Olerfc Joe Fitch Sheriff v IBVINOTOM FH McGheeII Jeha-N- - Akers i Frank Judges Clerk James Smith VV Sheriff DBWIBY VILLI T J Jelly Alton Taylor Judges HeOor Clerk II B Head Sheriff 1110 J0 SIN Some Additional Data Editor News When we planned our little all day district meeting for Webster we did not know that we would have a chlel amani us takiu notes and that faith hed prent em but si it was He got in a wee bit after the open lug exercises I A beautiful address of Jesse Horndon by Mrs welcome response which in absence of Miss Sara Rlchardsou of Union Star was made by Mrs Cunningham a beautiful solo by Miss Muuiordeigthy ssventh Psalm and prayer by Mis Cunningham a paper on Fullness of Joy by myself and other exercises yery much as you gave them Thank you very much sir and we Invite you to come to the next annual meeting of the Elizabethtown District W F M H We trust to improve over this our initial one BrRINO John Kasey Bea Miller Judges VeeterThorBblll Clerk Nathan Sheriff CUBTM Board ThoaWDyerJWm Bennett Judges George Haraed Clerk j John M Butler HUDSONVIIXX fHMeJ8UuJLler Jobs Caraer Ku 1 ork Qtyi Judges able visit to Kirk last Sunday Miss Lulu Lewis of Louisville is visit Â¬ ing her aunt Mrs Katu Bennett Mrs Foster Lyons after a lingering ill Â¬ ness of several weeks is recovering Little Katie Smith of Guston is visit- Â¬ ing her sister Mrs Chas F Redman Miss Maggie Greenwood who has been ill with malaria is able to be out again Miss Nellie Herndon of Missouri is visitlug her aunt Mrs Annie Herndon W J Piggotc and son Herbert spent several days iu Louisville the past week Rev A F King of WilmlngtonN O filled the pulpit Suuday at the Baptist church Dr Moremana beautiful new cottage will be ready for occupancy In the near future Mrs John Wimp has returned from a delightful visit to Boston and other eastern cities Mrs W J- - Piggott was the hostess at Tula 0 Daniel a tea given in honor of the Fortnghtly Club Thursday Oct 20th Bene bite BhIbsm Mr and Mrs Burton Cunningham of Ohenault have been visiting titeir Felix Elder who has beea actios as daughter Mrs Will Gardner bar tender at M Pophams saloon has Tom Lyddan has gone to Versailles to gone to Vine Grove where he has pur see his best girl It remains to be a saloon He Intends to embark seen if it amounts to anything chased perBMBeaUy in the business Mrs Ohapew Wathen and children of Owessboro who were visitors at Mt Bt Merino last week have returned boaae CALDWELLS The first regular meeting of the Fort Â¬ nightly Oiub y View ReatHag Gtrale INDlVCftTIOk Mrs Ernest Henderson has typhoid fever but is slightly improved Miss Maggie Carter had a most enjoy SDR II Prof S E Hancock read a most inter Â¬ esting aud valuable paper on educational advancement iu Kentucky His address was au exhaustive review and history of education in this state from colonial days to tho present time It was an able paper and was a splendid testimonial to the professors erudition and knowledge of educational work QOOD PRICES The District Library aud How to Se Â¬ cure it was discussed by S E Hancock Some Fine Dairy Animals Bring Fancy J C Basham and Milton Coke Some Figures valuable practical suggestions were given One of the finest addresses that has G A Foote of Irvington Is a breeder ever been delivered iu Cloverport was of edged dairy stock His Jerseys and made to the Asuociation by Rev C Holstein Freisians are of the purest and Bray whose topic was Ethics and Educa- Â¬ best strains and because of their flue tion It w its a most eloquent aud patriqualities are always iu demand otic dssertation on the value of tlib com- Â¬ Last week Mr Foote sold three cows mon school as a promoter of moral for 115 They were flue animals John I principles and ethics He paid a beauti- Neavitt sold one cow for 50 and George iui triuute u me common sciiooj anu Paul one cow for 30 These animals the teachers and said that the school were all purchased by a Louisville dairy sstem hi this country was tho bulwark firm who also bought 25 other cows from of the republic lie said that while various parties at Irvington at prices difle rences in theological views prevented ranging from 18 to 40 The car load the teachiug of religion in public schools of milk cows purchased by the firm were it was imperative that the instructors ed shipped from Irvington to Louisville Sat- Â¬ ucate the cousciencts as well as the urday minds ol pupils He mid that the main idea of tlu- - public bcliuol was to create an SOA1E Bid SALES intelligent citizenship xiidau intelligent citiz u win oiio who had a knowledgi of Hawesvllle Elevator Company Buys and lived up to tlxi code of ethics pre Â¬ scribed by the moral law Large Lots of Corn A monteriy pninr uaj uext read by F A Beavin ulioau theme was The Hawesvllle Elevator Company has IioI 11m showed liiteliiuiial Arilliui in bushels of corn already purchased 75000 delivered on board cars at 24 cents per the value of this branch of arithmetic as Â¬ Tiiu largest purchases were a mental btimulant It give a systema bushel tic limning to the maid mid btrungtlieu pmde from S P Knutt of Oweisboro ed tho lueuiory who furnihhed 311000 biibliele J P Mat Â¬ Psychology whs the subject treuttd tingly and J I Elliott both of Daviess bushels each on b Uev T V Juiner He gave a county furnished 10000 spUudld dltiiiitiuii of the science and The managers of tlio elevator t xpect to of corn before pointed out tho value of the study of the handle 500000 bushels mind aud soul He explained the dilli the season closeB the price of cutties Unit were in the way aud how Mr Benttey predicts that be overcome His paper was corn will drop to 20 cents per bushel be Â¬ they could a most able one and was treated in so fore Christmas lucid and interesting a manner that all could understand and appreciate it Rev BOOA1INQ Joiners paper was discussed by Ed Goodnight who showed how the science The Lumber Industry Is Unusually of psychology could be practically appli- Â¬ Flourishing ed by the teacher to his everyday duties He pointed out the fact that while the The hardwood lumber industry in tills childs mind was being developed its tendencies could be readily seen by the section of Kentucky Is on a boom W Howard of Fordsville agent for teacher and where the trend was in the J wrong direction it could be corrected Co of Chicago A W Wlnklebeck has purchased ten million feet of lumber and where it was iu the right channel it could be encouraged Mr Goodnight as it stands in the forest said that it was a mistake for sociologists M The tract is located on the O to btgiu to correct evils and weaknesses railroad at Belton station Prices are going up and conditions are in the individual after he had attained mans estate when his criminal or vicious satisfactory to lumber men habits had become a part of his individ- Â¬ uality The time to begin that work is QOOD START duriug school years when the tendency toward evllcould be best aud most easily Prior Tobacco Already Bringing a discouraged Stiff Price Milton Coke gave a splendid talk iu which he suggested eome very beneficial Tobacco is already beginning to bring changes that could be made in the fair prices iu this section Our Pellville school laws of Kentucky He advocated correspondent reports that one Hancock the payment of salaries to trustees and county farmer who lives In the Pell Â¬ urged that men who were selected to fill ville neighborhood has sold his crop of menan Owenahoro buyei that important position should be Prior tobacco to tally equipped ior the office He also He received 10 for leaf 9 for lugs and urged that a higher standard of efficiency 2 for trash be required of the teacher and suggested Presbyterian Services that he or sho bo paid according to his or services at the Presby Â¬ her ability One of his truisms was There will be A poor teacher is dear at any price and terian church next Sunday October 30 a good teacher is cheap at any price D McDonald of Danville Bynodl Rev Mr Coke said that m ich depended upon cat evaniielist for this synod will preach one of the greatest pulpit orators the teachers themselves If they were He is loathe south west and a large congrega- Â¬ enthusiastic and conscientious in their tion will undoubtedly be out to hear work they could create a public Interest and sentiment that could accomplish him anything Free Rides The Refractory Pupil and How to Those who attend the sale of W K Reform Him was the uext topic Mil Browns live stock and personal cflecta ton Coke advocated a firm but kind dis Â¬ at Ekron Friday November 4 will be cipline He said It was the duty of the transported to the sale tree of charge teacher to counsel with and advise the Wagons will meet all trains at Ekron1 refractory pupil This should be done In and those who attend will be given Jree the kindliest spirit He advocated feea rides tlenees but said that no ceiapromiee ebouM be de with evil- ami wbefe On Minute Cough Cur cure ebouUl be ued tbe tera U what It wm bm4 tor T Â¬ Â¬ - You Can Buy Very Cheap 77 SA- - VESTS teacher should not hesitate The rod was sometimes a great discipliarian Prof Beavin said the way to conquer the refractory pupil was to love him Ed Goodnight advocated a system of school government In which the pupils be required to share the task of main where maintained He ing order the scholars were placed on their honor their chlvalrlo Instincts would in- Â¬ spire them to see that the rules of the school wore strictly and conscientiously enforced A sentiment could bo created in the school by this means that would make the infraction of rules unpopular and which would cause the refractory pupil to be ostracised by the other pu Â¬ pils The pupils could select their qwb monitors made it a point of honor te report violation of rules and help to admlaieter punishment the latter not to be of a corporal nature This system of govwHHMHt would iuvolve military dl eipllM ftd methods to agveatwr er lesser extent but could be put into practical operation A vote of thanks was extended the people Cloverport by the teachers for tho hearty manner in which they had been welcomed and the interest that had been taken in the institute by the citys leading friends of education For all fresu cuts or wounds in either the human subjects or in animals aa a dressing BALLARDS SNOW LINI Â¬ MENT is excellent while for sores on working horses especially if slow to heal or suppurating Its healing qualifies are unequaled Price 25 and 50 cts A R Fisher r r Colonel RIdgetey Oeyce derson Route is dolftg tka Hunting Party ei tke Hen Â¬ htsoii In tb happy hunting ground out 6 tlw branch this week He la entertalnlw a party ol friends in the Katy ana la providing them with aowe nood dove and squirrel shooting la the neighbor Â¬ hood of Falls ol Koi V THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D AND V G BABBAGE WEDNESDAY Editors and Proprietor OCTOBER 20 1808 EIGHT PAGES THE SITUATION England nnd Franco aro nt daggora points War may bo declared between tho two nations at any moment The troublo arises over tho French occupation of Fnshoila in tho Soudan Great Britain regards this as an encroachment upon her territory According to tho views of tho British Franco is trying acquiro domain in tho Soudan by squatter sovereignity threatening force as a means to establish her titlo to tho territory Both countries aro at loggerheads and neither seems disposed to acccdo a point to tho other Should Franco and England engago in Franco is war the interests of tho United States will be jeapordized hot for trouble with some foreign power Hor army which is under a cloud is eager for an opportunity to vindicate itself on tho field Un- Â¬ less something happens to give it employment civil war may tako place The oppor- Â¬ and tho government be threatened with destruction tunity to fight England has arrived and unless French conservatism an unknown quantity asserts itself war will take place Englands She will begin to stir extremity will be Russias opportunity England Japan and the United States up a muss in China the powers most interested in the maintenance of tho open door and free unrestricted trade in China will be compelled to resort to arms Franco will egg Russia on French to head off Muscovite aggressions Tho decided capitalists own over 8 100000000 of Cuban bonds stand our government has taken against assuming Spains bonded inbebtcdncss in Cuba jeopardizes French financial interests as Spain is bankrupt and should bIio bo compelled to carry the burden Cuban Four hundred millions of dollars bonds would not be worth a baubec according to the French idea is worth fighting for and unless our peace commissioners get a hustle on themselves and close up negotiations with Spain in short order wo may be in tho position of tho man who wrestled with tho bear lie was afraid to hold on and equally afraid to let go Powerful influences are at European diplomacy is a treacherous thing The long looked for coalition of the United States work against tho When it takes place it Latin races is about to bo consummated against Saxon and the struggle will be one that will bo a fight of Latin Maps will be changed as they never will shake the world to its center and all previous wars of history will be pygmy conflicts as were before Wealth and blood will bo wasted to satiate tho compared with this for power It may bo that the two nations are blufling greed and lust and that matters will be settled without strife But as tho game now stands John Bull and Jean Crapeau both have their hands on their guns and their eyes on tho jack pot Czar Nicholas and Uncle Sam are holding their scats ready to take a hand in tho scrap Â¬ Institute In that city Farmers with him Met but of tho ruts Get together and learn new and bet Â¬ ter methods of conducting your nflalrs Put your shoulder to tho wheels and piiBh thu chariot of progress Roller speud a little time arguing agricultural questions rather than politics Try It and see TO MAKE GOOD TIMES You may talk about the tariff and pro Â¬ tection and free trade and party pana eeaafor opposing human ills and im Â¬ proving trade conditions and the boom that wheat liaH made but the way to stir up business is to pay your little bills It you oku tho grocer twenty and he owes the butcher ten and five more to the coal man nnd to the he man five your payment of the twenty helps along three business men and the payments tney can mako in turn mnko other peo ple thrive Idlo money in vour pocket doesnt do you any good unlees your bills are uaid up in full 11 isnt yours Just pay up all youre able as you wish that others would thats the receipt for hard times that invariably cures If you pay what you owe others others still can pay you its thu circulating dollar that tho pulse of businrs thrills so set your mouey working and then watch what it will do for thu way to stir up business is to pay your little bills Ex Â¬ THE SIZE OF IT is inevitable that thu United Statin It It accept the policy of expansou Â¬ Uhkv Woodson has seryed notice on Tiik stamp tax is a bilter pill for the druggists P Watt Hardin that he is dead political ly P Watt however has vitality WiNTun seems disposed to linger in enough left to insist on driving the the lap of Autumn hearse at his own funeral Indkikndknt Independence only kind that cuts any ice is the Wiikn Cuba and Manila aro annexed where aro our Imported cigars to come from Younci Hennlng who robbed the Hank of Louisville was said to be very economical but there was nothing parsimonious about the wav in which he appropriated the bank funda W The variegated opinions expressed in Tiik prospects of a foreign war have the English blue book and in the French made wheat prices go upward with a yellow book as to each nations status in sky rocket move the Soudan would lead one to believe The men behind thu canons were that both John Bull and Jean Crapeau responsible for the diyorce laws of the were color blind Episcopal church School teachers who require absolute- Â¬ ly correct answers to all questions in AcconuiNo to the Owensboro Messen Â¬ geography should not ask pupils to de- Â¬ gers point of view I Wat Hardin is fine the boundaries of the United States guilty of pernicious activity until after the Paris Peace commission has done it work Some girls prove that they are angels by displaying a lack of knowledge of evil The fait that Emperor William of when they select their husbands Germany took the road to Jerusalem when the Henderson Route is so As a result of her war with the United much easier to travel is in Harry Mor- States Spain baa acquired the greatest dues opinion proof positive that the submarine navy of modern times Emperors upper berth is not made up right Truth is the most valuable thing we Only a short time ago the Czar of have but that should excuse no one Russia was begging for universal peace for being economical with it Now Russia is preparing to back France It has been said that a woman can in the Fashoda affair What appearsto make a fool of a man All wrong she be Englands extremity was all that was merely develops the fool in him necessary to prove that the bears suit of The failure of the plug tobacco trust sheeps clothing was a misfit was probably due to the fact that the Germany has placed so high a tariff on organizers bit off more than they could American meat that it practically proÂ¬ chew hibits ita importation In the meantime the people of many German cities are The fact that the wlrq workers have forced because of the scarcity of pork gone on strike at Cleveland Ohio need and beef to eat cat and dog meat A not be taken as evidence that this is an clear case of cutting off the noso to spite oil year in politics the face It taklh some people years to learn The attention of the readers of the that they do not know anything when News Ib called to the beautiful poem en- Â¬ most people can find it out in ten min Â¬ titled Inquiries that appears on this utes conversation page of tho paper It is from the pen of Miss Emma Geuold Mosely a Stephens Sikakino of the gubernatorial nomina- Â¬ port woman who Is unselfishly devoting has any one heard John Young tion her life to missionary work among the Brown deny the soft impeachment that Mexicans at Laiedo a bonier town in liarklsiawlllin Texas Speaking of herself she says I am delightfully situated and thor-Â¬ A Ilumansvllle Missouri woman has oughly pleased with border life though just married her seventh husband She just now we are in immediate danger Is one woman that does nut believe that from yellew jack which is raging at marriage is a failure Monterey Speaking of the News she aays buccees to the News It is Kentuckianh who are looking to Cuba Indeed a thing of beauty and a joy forKlondike for invest Â¬ ever to the native of Breckenridge far Porto Rico or the ments for their capital should remember from home that there are more promising fields at FA ILVEItSGEf TOGETHER I home and not half the risk Tiik farmers of Breckenridge county In Ita new dress the Morganfield Sun owe it to themselves to organize and is a thing of beauty and a Joy forever conduct a series of farmers institutes Such men aa Charley Hart rell tt credit It requires aa much business ability to upon the newspaper profession in Ker successfully conduct a farm aa It does a tucky May lie live long and prosper bank The bankers are organized and they meet periodically to consult one another aa to the best methods of con Â¬ ducting banking attain Why should not the farmers do likewise 7 It is by as sociation of Idea and by the bjueflt of Meat to take Her dinners each others experience that we grow prevent dlatreai aid dlfea wise and progress Dr P W Foote of ikm cure coiuttpstlon lurlr TweUblai do not nip drufiiitt 1 cnt Irviogton has started the movement in ytlu Bold br all er cum Yftfttti soly b O L Hood A Uo Lowoil Mm tbl i county for the holdlsg of a farmers Â¬ H s Pills Â¬ TUTTS Liver PILLS would bd a cowardly evasion of responsi bility for the nation to do otherwise People who oppose expansion on the grounds that it would involve new rela Â¬ joyed themselves hugely rho Tho9e tions with continental poweis and would were present were MIrsps Nora Blanford bring up new questions of governmental Lena Bankn Pearl Madge and Eunice policy are the victims of foolish fears Blanford Jessie Howe Grace Ilickr The genius of our statesmanship and tho LEWISPORT Agnes Watt Willie Lambert Fisher fitness of our economic principles will to Patterson Fannie Lou Greathouse and make us thu conquerors of all obstacles Alma Phillips of Louisville The gen The arguments such persons advance in were opposition to expansion are nt par with w T D VfiTT TTflrn 8 tlemen Hurry Messrs Oscar and Ell Howe Greathouse Eli Watts the following Otis Hicks Pate Banks Kcneh McGill said a politician Dont you know Robert Prentls Sam McGill Davo Brod that some of the islands in the Pacific sky Dr Geo Piitt Walker Blincoe and REMEMBER THAT of coral insects ocean are the work Will Miller What has that git to do with m tak Â¬ of tlieoi asked thu ing posiesaiou II WEBSTER expansionist wholly deficient My friend you are Has the most complete line BEAUTIFUL OIL PAINTING handsomely framed Chestnuts in abundance of GROCERIES in the city iu the foresight that makes a statesman have to buy We will be in our new with 1000 Purchases You Our new store is in full blast ship wltii a cargo of Supposing some grocery room by Nov 1st and all one time Come see them and insect powder was to founder in the Tom Lyddan Is off to see his girl give each and every one a neighborhood cordial invitation to call and Hal Drane went to Hudson Sunday see our line of goods which The evils that attend expansion aiu Henry Simmons is at home on a fur- Â¬ will be sold at the very lowest just about as appalliug as the results lough would be were a ship loaded with insvet Willie Board Owensboro visited hen powder to sink near a coral island S Sunday Cloverports Leading One Price House Mr P Best is some better at this writ- Â¬ T J Compton and family visited at NEEDED LEGISLA TJOX ing Hardinsburg last week Evkiiv road in the United States is Tom M Whito went to Hawesville performed upon Mrs me and a score of others spent Sanday Only two weeks till the election yet operation was bothered by the free riders nuisance and Marcus Jolly by Dr Duganof Louisville with us She Droruise anunltmlted it is a serious problem The railroad Monday nothing is said about it men say that it is growing and that the assisted by Urs Mlluerand Frymire- - It visit in the near future towbtctTwe are Dr J P M Jett was in Hawesville Cur town was full of people last week is reported as quite a successful opera- Â¬ looking forward pleasantly number of tourists who imi side door Monday sleepers bumpers and trues rods iucroase and business was brisk tion Clint Adki8son at the head of the new Dr J W Griffin has been on the Bick every year and they now advocate a A protracted meeting begins at Walnut national law as the only hope but there list this week The school at this place under the di- store of Jolly Cain is alwaa ready to Grove next Sunday night appears to be no prospect of relief in tho rection of John O Tucker Is progressing accommodate and welcome his old Mr E O Miller of Ilaweayille was very near future from a law of that kind Some buyers of dairy cows were here nicely customers and is proud to see them Large number in attendance Messenger Thursday hero Owensboro last week and made several purchases average for the term 40 18 20 which is Clint is tho right man In thejright placo The Messenger has called attention to Air J F Rodman of Owensboro waa Robert the little son of Doc Norton 03 per cent of the census Their inter-Â¬ and Jolly Cain feel tliat tjiejkavea a great nuisance and a possible remedy in the city Thursday jewel in him who has been ill for sometime is no est in their work is good For the paBt quarter of a century the Miss Hallie Henderson of New Chap- Â¬ better Anyone wishing to obtain board at Mr Jess Harned a drummer for J sociologists tramp problem has bothered el was in the city Monday A largo portion of the sorghum crop M Robinson Norton Co Loulsvillei Irvington or the purpose of attending The modern tramp virtually owes his Georgu Lancaster is out again after an remains unworked and much of the crop was here last week spreading his cheer school will find accommodations by The fact existence to the railroads eight weeks siege of typhoid fever will probably be lost fulness among our people I think some applying to Piof Crabb as our people are that he can obtain transportation freo of Little Eloise Wollnor Is visiting Clara Miss Ada Meador a charming young of our young ladies will verify the truth equal to any emergency and will make charge to all parts of the country gives lady of Hardlusburg visited the Misses of the latter clause Come again Mr an effort to accommodate all who wish him almost unlimited foiage grounds Patterson near Adair this week to come and help build up our school Harned To day he can be in Pittsburg to morrow Mr John Murphy of Worthlngton Orendort last week Robert E Woods in pa slug through iu Louisville The fact that the tramp Station waa visiting friends in this city Wo have an interesting Sabbath school J L Drane formerly of Hudson will is a transient and not a resident pauper Monday 8hould I our town stopped off and trnWe a call move his family here this week We here which is well attended makes him harder to deal with than the say it owes ita great success to its worthy upon Prof Crabb at the school house Mrs Harvey L Myers who has been gladly welcome them poor we haye with ub Thu few correc very sick for the past three weeks Is ablo Farmers have been greatly delayed in superintendent I think I should not who invited him to make a short talk to the pupils which Mr Woods did in his tive methods applied to him are failures to be out again sowing their wheat on account of rain miss It much Preaching every third because they are only temporary In their Sunday at 11 a m and 7 r m Brother own happy genial style much o the Miss Rosa Lelbovitz after a pleasant but few being done sowing nature Deprive the tramp of his op- Â¬ visit to her parents in this city returned Robert is a Galloway waa not able to preach pleasure of his hearers The Sunday school here will have a J B portunity to get free rides over tho rail- Â¬ to Louisville Sunday last Suuday but he came up to bIiow the Breckenridge county boy of whom wo missionary day exercise the first Sunday roads and you rob his life of ita chief people what a good looking man they are justly proud Mr W L Sullivan representing in Nov and hope to have a good attend Â¬ charm The tramp army would be re Â¬ have to preach for them this yoar He Co Owensboro ance duced very materially if its members Wilhoyte Barrett read a passage and commented on it but Miss Blanchn Fitch of Oldham county were compelled to walk One of was here Thursday we could readly discern that he had not Mr Putnam of South Carroll ton Ky returned home Saturday after visiting the vigor of mind and body which he is of the free ride evil is the great curses the fact that it allures young boys is visiting at the Edwards mansion be- her brother J M Fitch for several wont to express in his preaching Broth- Â¬ to become the possessor of a days from homo In tho past few weeks low town this week er Jim is a good man and one that puts hljjh gade reliable Miss Georgia Miller returned home Sash Jordan and wife have the sym- Â¬ whole soul into his vocation the Louisvile police have apprehended Saturday after a weeks visit to Miss pathy of the community on account of a half score of youthful tramps who have IRVINGTON been beating their way from town to Bessie Patterson of Adair the death of their little sou Roscoe who town on freight trains The novelty of Mr and Mrs G Orville Patterson and died of membranous croup the 20th inst seeing new places the generosity of the and sou William of Hawesville visited After clouds sunshine UNION STAR public in response to their appeals for friends in this city Sunday Mrs Wimp has returned from her food the ease wltti which they could Miss Bessie Patterson of Adair is a eastern trip steal rides encouraged the boys to re- Â¬ the bedside of her grandmother Mrs Weather is fine The seats for the college came today to main away from home and had it not Georgu Smith south of town Miss Ida Gardner is sick the delight of Prof Crabb for tho policu they might have bebeen Nat Roberta returned from Warrens People are about done making their than it does one of those ill It M Jolly gathered a quart of straw- Â¬ come confirmed pariahs A national law burg III last week where ho has been cane berries last Sunday in his patch fitting and cheaply made making it a criminal act punishable by at work for the last eight mouths Dr Fryinlre was iu town on business Imprisonment in the penitentiary for It M Jolly announces himself a candigarments with which the Mr J W Patterson wlfo and daugh Monday Bteallng rides on railway trains would date for County Court Clerk three years country is flooded Mr George Knott and little son Willie hence undoubtedly be a splendid means of ter Clam of Adair visited II Smith Patterson and wife here Sunday have sore eyes solving the tramp problem Mr and Mrs Harry Major of Louis Miss Etta Pell who has been visiting More Misa Sue Brashear has been visiting villa are at the old home with their at Wicklilf Ky for nearly a year ar friends iu Hardinsburg GOETHE ON EXPANSION than little ones 200 Almost a century ago Goethe the rived here Monday her old home Roland Smiths wagon is seen here Mlas Maggie Carter waa the guest of styles Misses Lou Ella Holland and Anna quite often with drummers equipments great Geunan savant with prophetic friends in town last Wednesday evening for foresight saw that manifest destiny Phillips of Louisville visited at Mr and and night Percy Beard and wif- - of Hardinsburg Ladies would force the United States to adopt a Mrs Jim Nelsonp at Waltmau Sunday visited at D S Richardsons last Sunday Mrs Montgomery baa returned from and policy of expansion and iu his comments J E Dorsoy returned from Louisville i John Gardner reports a good school Pordsvllle and is looking quite well Chil Â¬ upon the Isthmus of Panama tie predict Â¬ Friday where he was sent as a delegate since her recent Illness dren ed in the following words such a con- Â¬ to the F and A M from thu Lodge of attendance for last month 00 per cent This speaks well for him Mrs Jimmie Lewis had two yery sick from A great spirit of euterprlee this city summation Mlsi Nellie Cashman of this place who children last w k but we are glad to wlll manifest itself in tin future that wll We are sorry to state to the many has been visiting in Louisville for abcut note their impioveuient result in the cutting of a canal of such a friends of Mrs Geo Smith that Bite is a mouth has just returned Miss Ryan f om Oloverport vicinity character aa will allow ships witli any daugi rously ill at her home Beechwood tip to Tho butcher has begun to prey on the is with Mrs Uardntr She will probably kind of cargo and of every even the 1 miles south of town I logo aud it doesnt make us sad 50oo Fresh remain all winter with Mrs Gardner greatest si to pass from the Gulf of Mr Green Taylor and wife who have meat la very wholosomeat this time Fletcher Blandford waa the guest of Mexico to the Pacific Ocean This will Carl Diiutchke passed though our Roy J Cain last Tuesday Hnwas result for the civilized world also for tho been living at Warrenshurg III for the Look Label Inddt I not uncivilized part of mankind the past year returned to this place Sunday town in his buggy late Sunday evening en route to his home for a flying visit for collir lt a uw Green reports crops a failure in that sec-Â¬ Just returning from seeing his best we mm ol comet expect Â¬ the Mrs Benton and little onu are most incalculable advantages I should fit ttyle imagine ed to return this week Tbey havt beau and tupcilor fiaua however be astonished if the United tion an auuraaca iil was begun on II Smith Patter- Â¬ Work The Union Star school prides aud other dear on home to mother States were to let slip the opportunity of youit tmylof the belt lhait mad a Cloak that tracts and bcautlSti tha fljur a bo sons new building for his grocery de having lately purchased and sot up one ones other f aimcnl can partment Monday It will be an Seminary student of the best stoves to bo found in any of Mr King a young Out rtfdkttea for huMog At building in every respect and he our schools filled Mr Orok rs pulpit Sunday a in fet ol cvtrytUag k mphHMy intends to put in a line of fancy groceries Dr William Milner Hr is kept vary and p m Mr Oroker is engaged in a One box of Tutts Pills will save etfttutd te our doalc Drrtnti that have never Leen handled by our busy at his practice He gets more prac- Â¬ protracted meeting near Hardinsburg many dollars in doctors bills merchants Horace Is one of our best tice than any other physician in this The many friends of Mrs Foster Ljons The Beet Line of Cloaks in will be relieved to hear that her condi Â¬ They willsurelycurcall diseases young business men and deserves the part of the county Breckenridg County of the public You will find oar the grasshopper tion People ueed no longer considered critical of the stomach liver or bowels patronagefriend Will B Miller In charge pest any longernot sowing their wheat She iahiImproving slowly bat surely we your old in FROM UP of the grocery department who will al Â¬ The cold weather will preyent his de hope We understand Mrs Brodle ol Che For sick headache dyspepsia ways bo delighted to have his friends structivenesi any farther call and see him Little Allen Severs who has been af Â¬ nault will soon move to Irvlogton for malaria constipation and bilio- Â¬ Misses Rosa and Lillle Lelbovitz the fected with a serious cold for some time the purpose of edactlng her daughters usness a million people endorse charming daughters of Mr Frank Lelbo is now able to be in school again We We are pleased to hear tbia and will CENTER greet then cheerfully vitz entertained a number of their are glad to see his return friends Friday sight All prtaeat ea Last Mosday evening a surgical UIm Lmu Dr ury a prime favorite with IRVINGTON KY getting such a work Into tholr own hands Ouo may foresee that that youth- Â¬ ful country with its pronounced tenden Â¬ cy toward tho west will liavo solzed up on and pooplod within thn next thirty or forty years oven tho wida stretches ol land beyond the Rocky Mountains One may aIro foresee that along all this coast of the Pacific where nature has already created the mott spacious and most se Â¬ cure harbors there will gradually rise very important commercial towns which will become thu intermediaries of n great iuteieoursu between China and tho East Indies on thu one sldo and the United States on the other I repeat then that it is Hbnolutely Imperative for thu United States to effect a cuttlug from the Gulf of Mexico to the Pacific ocean And I am suro they will effect that aim Goetho waa Inspired with the true spirit of the prophet and the lapse of years have witnessed a partial fullfillment of his predictions As he foretold the irrepie69lhlo tendency toward expansion characteristic of a vigorous people has resulted Iu the building of an empire upon the Pacific slope Commercial towns have sprung up like-- magic and now the ripeness of Goethes wisdom is apparent in the birth of the greater America that is reaching out for imperial power in thu Pacific The acquisition of the Phlllipines which is only a question of months will make the United States the dominant commurclal factor in the east The merit and vitality of her economic system will eventually make her thu controlling political force all cf which will pronutt the weal of human ity civilized and uncivilized within the palo of her influence A means toward that etiil will he the construction of the Nicaragua canal Destiny has ordained it and tho new born interests of tho re- Â¬ public demand it Â¬ Â¬ Liver Trouble When the yellow flag of quarantined is hoisted over a dwelling It meansdlscaso nnd danger So when the yellow flag flies in tho face when tho cheek is sallow and tho clear whito of the eyo is dyed saffron there is danger It liver trouble Tho liver is one of tho most im portant organs of tho body On tho proper discharge of its functions depend human health and happiness When tho liver fails of its duty poisons at once bo gin to generate and other organs of the body becomo involved Never neglect tho liver if you valuo health If you are m w ot r t mm mmwm W v i- 7 - J u suffering from liver trouble begin at once tho use of Ayeh8 Pills nnd you will find prompt relief and permanent cure Who known tho weight of Borrowthat I hear Or tritH to lighter nmko my loud of euro Who hears tho wail of anguish from my heart or griovoB with me when burning tear drops start Who seeks to rend the vail ot dark despair Or asks tho cup of grief with mo to share Who takos my hand nnd guides ny weary foot Or culls tho thorns and scatters floverfl BWeot It is not human hands that comfort bring Nor human voices that Hopos nntlioms sing Tis Ho whoso halo shines updn my way t And turns griefs blackest night to brightest day Ho knows my heart He hears ita fuintest moan Oh blessed thought with Him Im not alone Br A M Laredo Toxasr1 ilV - ffl by Ihtr trouble tkat scarcely lfl rny head While in thii condition I began the vie of Aye Pilli and finding almoit immediate benefit continued their vie until I vat cured of my complaint I could km to veakened nRWBENTLEY Tovmer ND Warm Goods OFio I 1 Take AYERS Ho Ohmnem With Your Uvf Mens Pills ffinJl well made Uhdefshirts or Drawers in Grey or White uri bbO Mens High Neck Fleeced Lined Shirts all sizes Drawers match worth 50c Â¬ ANYTHING Mens fleeced lined Shirts or Drawers English knit and nicely trimmed regular value 75c at dont getacartL i Smitli Patterson i fw Â¬ l 1 It Costs No More 0i Qoak Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ W MP 4oo itlf pil e Save Your Money No Reckless Assertion W E Brown BARGAIN Â¬ AflCPS Cherry Pectoral promptly relieves thq cough stops tho tickling in tho throat and in duces quiet and refreshing Bleep will remain several weoks with her par ents Mr and Mrs A S English Mrp Frank Tabloing of Tar Fork was Â¬ 2SIZC WKDNESn kpricc NEWS OOT 20 Wld BRECKENRlDGE i J Local Brevities j The river U rising Coon hunting is the rage now Tho boats are alt liavhig ilno trips NuttlDg parties ate tlieonleroi tlio S s day New caps for the children beauties Sulzere Local nimrods report a scarcity of squirrels V J Mattlngly of Hardlnsburg is in the city Boats lBrev now running through to Clarence Davis of Irvington was in tho city Monday Charles Hamnioii of OwoiiBboro was in the citv Thursday Mrs J Wr Porter of Owensboropis visiting in tho city Ex city marshal John Hall went to Owensboro yesterday Dr Newsom went to Cannelton on a business trip Thursday Fred Fraize spent Sunday evening at Owensboro with fi lends New bate for men and boys the latest nobbiest styles Sutlers Attorney Dug Chambers of Hawet ville was in town Thursday John Lawson of Louisville is visiting Mr and Mrs Price Graham Mrs Lucy Younger and son James visited at Skilluian last week Last Friday was observed by the school children as Daniel Boone day For rent Three cottages convenient- Â¬ ly located Apply of 11 A Oalze Attorney Reuben Miller of Hardins burg was In tho city Monday Roland Smith of Stuphensport was a visitor at Hardlnsburg Sunday 5 or 10 cents gets a pretty piece o f china erglasswaro from DHuy OrvIlleiTSklllman spent Saturday evening and Sunday at Hardlnsburg -- in the city yesterday shopping of Toblnsport has j William White nold his line pacer to John Marknm ol Cannelton Wilson A Cobb Jollvi have been huv lug1 for marly a Every dollars worth is new If Sdvfrfl has been admitted R Honfl to tho roiwtv bar as practicing attorney in tlita county m James Maaturson Clovcrjiortfl noted horaeman spent Sunday at Evansville returning Monday Remninbpr tliat Wilson Cobb sell onl for casi or produce and tho came price to over body Drop In and inspert Delluys 5 and 10 cents counters probably ou will find something yon need Mrs Alex Boyd has gono to Loulsyille whore she will be the guest of Mr and Mrs Charles Babbage County Superintendent Andrew J Driskell attended the teachers institute in flits city Saturday Wilson A Cobb will sjye your child the sauio prices as yourself Everybody will be treated just alike Mr and Mrs A T Wood of near Hardlnsburg were the guests of Mr and Mrs J A Htston Friday There will arrive at the emporium of Miss Judith Millers to day an entire new line onfall mlllinery Mrp L uira Satterfleld has gone to Pinevllle to spend the winter with her brother OW Satteifluld Tlin prettiest nobbiest most unique lino of Ladies Beauty pins can be found at Sulznrs Go and see em We are still showing our pattern hats and bonnets como and see them this week Mies Judith Miller Miss Helen Brashear came down from Stephensport Tuesday to visit Mim Pear Lawson Hawtaville Clarion Miss Leasio McDonald one of Hendersons moot charming daughters is the gueBt of Miss Alice Mattlngly Dr S S Watkins wlfo and family went to Owensboro Monday and will make that city their future home wk I after several weeks stay with tils parents Mr and Mrs Frank Tablelng at Iar Fork tins returned home accompanied by his brother Frank Courtney Duncan went to Ixmisville Sunday whom he entered the Infirm- Â¬ ary to undergo a course of medical treat Â¬ ment His mother Mrs H V Dun- Â¬ can accompanied him J I Brashear anil M Murphy of Otvensboro are in the city and n 111 stnv tho balance of tho winter looking alter the interests of the American Tobacco Company at this point W II Bowmer from this city aud Jefse Marlow of latesvllle went to Owensboro Thursday to attend the disÂ¬ trict stewards meeting of the Methodist E ilscopal church South L Charles L Rice of Evansville who has been vlelling relatives at lar fork for the past few weeks returned to that city Monday He was accompanied by his cousin Will Rici of Tar Fork Almost every man in this city Raw Howard Chirk the lxmisville murderuri and Matlie Mahonej Ids mistress as they lloated down the river in a boat but none mentioned it until after they were dead Mies Florence Cottrell who possesses musical talents of a very high order and who is one of the most charming mem Â¬ bers of the younger social set went to Russellvllle Saturday to onler Logan College DEATH OF HENRY OBRIEN The End Public Statement From A Public Man nonW n Ohler Kx Seeretarr of RUia of Watt Virginia write aa open lttUr Cuajilkston W Va Mar 9 1898 Came Suddenly and Was a Shock to Friends Was Caused By Acute Brights Disease To whom Ills Demise I mostheartily recommend a as ot great benefit in cases of catarrh the It Is especially beneficial wherever As a mucous mombranes are affected tonio it certainly has no superior W H OuLsr Ex Secretary of State it may concern SkAWSSStSVSi If You Want A NICE HAT OR CAP Fur fall wear ut reasonable prices or nico Oil Friday tho whole community was shocked by learning uf the budden death He was a fireman of Henry M OUrien on the Henderson Road and was exceed Â¬ ingly popular with all who know him lie was taken sick Monday but as his lllntsi was not considered alarming very fdW were uware of the fact that ho was oft duty On Thurs ay lie developed symptoms of an alarming nature aud it was found that ho wan suffering from an Ills death attack of brights disease took place at 4 oclock Friday afternoon Henry M OBiieii was boru near Hodgensville La Rue couuty August 11 NECKWEAR Tlio to jWM- stylish kind popular in thecities wo are in a sition to comply with your demands po- - j f - nM We Do Not Offer Our Goods at Actual Cost But we charge such prices on them as will give us a moderato profit and this plan is one that is profitable to the customer I Â¬ Wesley Swaggot has accepted a posi- Â¬ tion with the well known firm of WIN hoyte Barret A Co of Owensboro This fall you undoubtedly cannot make a mibtake by purchusiug your fall millinery from Midi Judith Miller Councilman Robt Piercp afterau ab sence of several months in the state of Washington has returned to the city Miss Bessie Jarboe who has been vis iting at Owensboro for the past three weeks returned home Saturday evening Â¬ Beauty itself is tho stock of fall millin- Â¬ ery shown at Miss Judith Millers Miss Mary Jarboe of this city visited her grandmother at Skillmau last week DHuy ft offering some extraordinary bargains from his 5 and 10 cent counters Cobb Jolly want your Wilson Highest market prices will be paid Ledriard Oelz i returned from the Ma sonic Grand Lodge at Louisville Thurs- Â¬ day Ben Brash ear of this city is visiting hls brother J L Brashear at West Point S Mrs Flow and Ion Prjllipof Steph ensport were in the city Monday shop Â¬ ping Shoes a splendid line for mens ladies youths and childrens wear - Sulzere Our motto The latest and the best Miss Judith goods at the lowest prices Miller Wilson A Cobb Jolly have no bills due in four or six months Every bill is receipted Thomas Bolder and daughter Essie who have had a Beige of illnoss are con valesing Wilson A Cobb Jolly have paid spot cash for every dollars worth of their im mense stock Attorney Robert Wood of Louis vllle was tattie citys fewfioura Friday j on business Mr and Mrs T B Young Jr of Mor ganfleld are the guests of Mr and Mrs Charles Sklllroan Mrs Harvey English of mar Stephens port visited Mrs Ella LaNeave of Frank Â¬ lin Tjwn wer Vrs LaNeavs pro--du- ce V Jt GRAND FARM Of 160 acres within three quarters of a mile of Owensboro Ky Eyery inch of it as rich as cream it lays on the best pike in the county the land Is rollinu to level 00 acres are iu grass excelleut water well spring and cistern Build story new brick tngs one of ten rooms the finest farm residence in the county Immense barns 3 tenement houses one of which is a good frame of six rooms aud a complete sot of build tag which really makes It a separate We will sell this place at aa un farm 14000 Terms one Wtwlly low figure half eash balance in one two three four and live years Send for our list of farms for sale 11410 TMfd Strait qWBNSIOK0 KENTUCKY Bbeumatism with its sharp twinges Do you know the aches and pains Acid in tho blood has accumulat- Â¬ cause ed in your joints The cure is found in Hoods Sarsaparllla which neutralizes this acid Thousands writo that tbey Clarion have been completely cured ol rheuma Â¬ Mrs Statira Batt and noil ChrisBle and tism by Hoods Sarsaparllla Mrp George of Cannelton spent Sun Â¬ noons Pills cures nausea sick head Â¬ day in this city the guest of friends and ache biliousness indigestion Price 35 relatives cents Wilson A Cobb Jolly will be ready QAHE PRESERVE the 28th with a splendid line of genoiat merchandise It will pay you to see A Fine Natural Park Being Stocked their stock With Deer R N Hudson of the Henderson The Cincinnati Cooperage company Route is doing some extensive grading near near the depot preparatory to building has forty acres of natural park Pellvllle Hancock county which it is a residence converting into a natural game preserve Mrs Charles Llghtfoot has returned Part of the land is in primeval forest home from an extensive visit at Sorgho with grassy glades and streams of water imand Henderson She seems much at intervals The company will stock it proved in health with deer Five magnificent animals Jtff Hook Hardinaburgs genial mill- four does and a buck are already grazing er has turned patent right man and was in the preserve and more will bo added in the city yesterday In the interest of frjtn time to time There is a large tract his machine of land adjoining the preserve which is Mr and Mrs Charles Skillman ami admirably adapted for the purpose and little daughterEltzihVth who have been it may be utilized when necessity de Â¬ visiting friends at Louisville returned mands it liomo Friday Wll J T Hatfield a progressive farmer of Clifton Mills wasin the city yesterday on business and paid the Nkws oflico an appreciated call Mrs Harry Roih of Louisville is In the city She will spend several weeks There are three great reme- Â¬ the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs dies that every person with William Witt weak lungs or with consump- Â¬ Miss Ellziboth Bowmer went to Haw- tion itself should understand avlll i Saturday where she will remain These remedies will cure the next two weeks the guest of MlfB about every case in its first Lucille Sterrett stages anu many of those To buy from us la to your interest more advanced It is only come examine our goods and compare the most advanced that are our prices with others nod bo couvinci d Even these are hopeless Mies Judith Miller wonderfully relieved and life J P Hants of Phiipot Ky brother itself greatly prolonged of Mrs Joiner aud Frank Tuttle of What are these remedies Phiipot are the guests of Rev T V Fresh air proper food and Joiner aud family MUs Emma Ktmey who has been spending the summer at Vine Grove baa of Cod Liver Oil with Hypo- returned home nccompanlod by her uu Be afraid of phosphites cle Mr S W Kasev draugnts out not or iresn air Carpenters art at work putting on a Eat nutritious food and drink new roof and making other improve Â¬ plenty of milk Do not forget ments upon the American Tobacco Com Â¬ that Scotts Emulsion is the panys warehouse on the river front oldestt the most thoroughly Mr and Mrs W H Bowmer went to tested and the highest en Toledo Ohio Saturday to visit their dersed of all remedies for aud daughter Mr and Mrs Sher weak throats weak lungs and ojial They will be absent about two consumption in all its stages Â¬ Â¬ Police Judge James It Skillmau who has been attending court for the past two weeks at Hardlnsburg has returned home Col Washington Holt of Holts Bot- Â¬ tom was in tho city Thursday swapping compliments with his friend George S hort If you cant find what you want at Wilson A Cobb Jolly tell them what it is and they will get it for you on short notice Mrs Salhe Hathawav who ha been tho guest of Dr S S Watkins and fami ily returned to her home at Owensboro Saturday You want to go to Wilson A Cobb Jolly Ky on and after October 28 for goods at the lowest prices that can be named David Elder and a Mr Miller of Breck enridge couuty were In town Wednes Â¬ day hunting a farm to rent Hawesvllle It has been my effort to please all and without a doubt is theoplnlon of many that my line of new walking hats sailors bonnetts velvet silks ribbons and baby caps surpasses all previous purchases Miss Judith Miller The Rose Hi to has taken the Taras cons place and the Henry Harley is running iu the place of tho Ragon The Rose Hite has part of the Taraecons crew Jim Kay acting as pilot and Ernest Gregory as second clerk Frank Lander und Mrs Eliza Webb his sister of Hawesvllle have returned from a trip to the Omaha Exposition Mr Lander had the pleasure of coming in contact with President McKinloy three times on the trip A R Fisher Frank Haawoll and W H Bowmor who were appointed ap-Â¬ praisers in the estate of the lato Hon Dudley Hambleton have finished their work and the papers are now in the hands of James Hambleton for settle Â¬ ment If you contemplate purchasing fall millinery get that idea of going abroad out of your minds I have bought exten- Â¬ sively in tho east an can warrant you that my stock is strictly in accordance with Parisian styles at the lowest possi- Â¬ ble price Miss Judith Miller Engineer Zirckle aud family who have been residents of this city siuce the con struction of the Henderson route left Monday for Louisville their future home Mr Zrckel has made many friends while here who will regret to hear of his departure Mrs David R Murray Miss Alliene Murray and Master David Murrav have returned from Camp Shipp Annlston Ala where they havo been visiting Lieutenant Colonel David R Murray of the Fourth Kentucky during the oast six weeks Mrs Murray renorts that her husband is enjoying magnificent health and has increased greatly in weight Ho takes kindly to military life and it agrees with him How He moved with his family to this 1KS4 and attended the common schools here aud at Hite Run Ho has been working for tlio L 11 A St L railroad lompauy for several years and at tho time of his death was a fireman on engine lie had many fine qualities and his uufalllug good nature aud loyalty to his friends made him very popular with eyeryuody He possessed a lino phy Â¬ sique and disposition aud hud lie lived longer would undoubtedly I ave risen to a responsible position at his tiade He was a member of the A O IT W and carried an lutmrance policy for 1000 with that order Tho funeral took place Sunday the Interment being in Si Romualds ceme Â¬ tery at Hardinsburg Tho A O U W attended in a body and over CO persons went fiom here to Hardlnsburg to assist at the last sad rites that were performed over tho remains of the deceased Tho floral offerings were numerous and beautiful Wreaths shieldsjcrossesand anchors composed of cut lowers and immortelles wero sent by friends from this city and Louisville The deceased leaves a father mother and five brothers all of whom have the sincere sympathy of the whole community The following resolutions were adopt- Â¬ ed by tho A O U W of which lodge he was a member 1875 city in Hon W H Onxnr has cured thousands of ob Â¬ stinate cases of catarrh and is perhaps the only efficient remedy in existence for catarrhal diseases but there are countless multitudes of people who are still struggling with catarrh and need help To such as these the unqualified a by Ex recommendation of a Secretary Ohley is directed All is scientific and purely vegetable druggists sell it a Ask any druggist for a free Almanac for thn vear 18M Pe-ru-- OUR LINE OF For Mens Ladies Youths and Children Cannot he excelled in fashion color make or fit THEY COULD NOT BE BEATEN s 1 THEY PURCHASE MAYS Â¬ Party of Indiana Capitalists Inspect the Acme Brick Plant SULZERS here Sunday night in tho interest of the Lucile Orphans Home A Mr Patterson was severely injured by ills horse falling upon him last week Dr Harris was called Messrs Charlie Orr and Sam Burnet have completed their houses on the lots purchased from John Hughes Tho ladies are nrenarine a box of pro visions and clothing for the Lucile Home will have it ready sometime this week Tho irossins sav that Mr Joe Jones and Miss Kate Butler Rock Vale are to be married soon though I do not know whether it is a fact Molasses making goes slow owing to the great scarcity ot mills and evaporators and a large cane crop a great many peo-Â¬ ple have lost their entire crop Misses Lizzie Fisher Lettle Duncan Jessie Cary and Sallie Cleamons the Cooper boys with several other gentle Â¬ men spent a pleasant evening at David Howards Rock Vale last week Mrs Ida Shaiu and Mrs Litsy of Short Creek were guests of Mr and Mm David Howard Mrs Shain was accom by her little son Dave Ned the name sake of his grandfathers Messrs Howard and Shaln Little school Misses if you would think oftener of your lessons aud less about sweet hearts your benefit would be bo much greater your teachers task easier parents better pleased and yourselves much happier Quite a number of Col Greeus hands went to Owensboro to seek employment but they did not tarry long they soon returned and were glad to ko to work for the Col again The gossips say they came back hungry Cur wedding bells are beginning to tinkle again though as its a little uncertain they are only swinging gently a d their tones are yery soft and low for fear of a false alarm though they think they may soon sound merrily over the village Â¬ The Machinery Will Be Put In Repair and Matters Straightened Up Winstanley secretary of the Steam Stone Sawmill Company and 0 S Norton president of the Norton Stone Compauy were iu the city Sunday inspecting the Acme brick plant with a view to purchasing the pro- Â¬ perty It is understood that steps will ba immediately taken to put tho plant in repair and in good working order General Manager Hikes of the Acme Brick Company had the party in charge W O wiwvsv Rome wero out grape hunting on Sunday tmL afternoon Miss May Connor returned from Olo Â¬ verport Thursday where she has been visiting her parents Misses Liunie and Mannie Brashear were the ituests of Miss Anna Dhonau last Saturday and Sunday Misses Bernice and Eunice Wheeler returned homo Friday evening after an extended stay in Clovorport b Bedford lnd RKhOIUTIONS OK TIIK DEATH OK llltO 11KNIIY It Hurts odiiikx Almighty God in His own Wiikrkm appointed time hath taken our ueloved brother fiom our midst bo it therefore lietohed That in our brothers death this lodge has lost a true and faithful workman one who bail the true spirit of a fellow workman aud one who was ever ready to lend a helping hand in time of need Ho no longer answers the roll call here his spirit has gone to Join the celeBtral lodge above His voice will no longer be heard among us but we cherish his memory as a shining light in our beloved order therefore he it Remhed That a copy of these resolu- Â¬ tions be spread on the minutes of the lodge and a copy to be sent to tho family of our deceased brother John Burn J S Seymour F A Bkavin Commltteo A 0 U W Oloverport Lodge No 42 THEY STRUCK Trouble In Constructing the New Tar Springs Road The sixty men who were called out to work and open up tho new road from this city to Tar Springs and Pisgab church went on a strike Saturday They were of the opinion that the clearing of the right of way was all that The men went was required of them to Hardinsburg to confer with Judge Ahl in regard to the matter and finally agreed to work another day Purchased a Piano Mr Crabb made a Hying trip to Louis- Â¬ ville Saturday and pure tased a piauo for use in Ids school which by the way is progressing nicely much to the satisfac- Â¬ tion of the people of this community Certainly we are to be congratulated upon having obtained such an educator s Prof Crabb and his wife and it behooves us to co operate with him in his every effort in building us a success- Â¬ He is tiie right man in the ful school right place and we are very proud of the enterprise WANTS LVVV- fvvAkewvfvv SALESMEN WANTED SALESMEN WANTED Can object In the right man to sell our A luhriratim fill ami HUCIID Oil COMPANY Clee VI KKIIAIILE l4llUt VSII1U rt WANTED TIES I am in the mtrket fur anv amount ol 6x8 8 foot tlei and 7x8 S foot tlea to be delivered at nny pnlnt on the coal road between Victoria and Cloerport I will take up and nay cath for all suih tie de Â¬ livered on ilile tracka on the coal road once every month For further information call on or addrcis G illlbON Cloverpcrt FORSALE SHOTGUN 3100 Reward 3100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to loam that there is at least one dread Â¬ ed disease that scioncn has been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is tlio ouly positive euro known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly on tho blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroy ing the foundation of tho disease aud giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any cose that it falls to cure Send for lists of testimonials Address FJ CHENEY Co Toledo 0 KaTSold by Druggists 75c Â¬ itio bALL Cheap a double barrelled 11 Kase muute loading ihct gun in eooA cond- Â¬ J AM Kb II SKIITMAN Cloterport FOR SALE FARMS 1iOll FALLS OF ROUGH Mies Mrs road Advantugei ol town and ccuntrv Location healthful and beautiful t new building 4 room cottage with closeti pantry veranda etc Splen did frame barn and other outbuilding Splendid land produced 14 busheli wheat to the acre with no tertilizer and no drill as acres in timber Trice abiut l i value of farm terms easy A great bargain if sold at once For particulars address K IIA11MON Hardiniburr Ky WANTED RAGS SALE A irood little farm S acres i a north of llanJiruburc on Uraodenbnrg Jennie Greeu is away John Keiths sister is her guest Cotton ragi while or colored must be clean DRECKENKIDGE NEWS OKKICE WANTED w ANTED Frank Peyton attended the OwenBboro fair Miss Nannie Fisher has returned home Mr Stewart moved to Owensboro last week SPOKES AND POLES CO Owensboro A Wi elm Doles Ky OWENbllOllO WHEEL BEAUTIFUL GIFT Administrators Notice ELOQUENCE Will Be Turned Loose at Jolly Har dln5burg and Stephensport The people of Stephensport will have a feast of oratory Monday Oct 31 wheu they will hear that eloquent democrat Ollie Jaime expound the doctrines of his party Hon Frank IVak a splendid speak i will addresi thn people of Jolly fetation Saturday October 20th and he will also talk to the pe iple of trv ington on the same evening These two men are famous throughout Ken- Â¬ tucky for their eloquence und no 01 e who has an opportunity should fail to hear them Turn oat Rev Joiners Assignments On next Sunday morning the filth Sunday of the mouth Rev Joiner will preach at Holts Services commencu at 11 oclock In the evening Mr Joiner will preach his usual Sunday evening sermon at the church in Oloverport 0VvVr1rv Advice to Consumptive Scotts Mslon Visiting S M Mis Brother t Christian of Oalo county la visiting at the bedside of his brother 4 T Smith Ht Guston Ky Mr Smith s seventy seven years old aud Is quite ill On account of his advanced age It Is not thought that he will survive TheWatklHS Property The beautiful residence owned by Dr aud Mrs Watkins has been leased by James Harris motor clerk fjr the Hen deon Route who will occupy it In a abort Una sua-in-la- w week Mr William Tabbing of Kansas who m SCOTT U 1A1 El fM I Ml I IWWNE Owatitu w Yok Floyd Patterson was buried at Union Chaple Sunday Mr and Mn Morgan returned from Louisville last week Robert Chambll returned from Har Â¬ dinsburg last week Miss Sarah McCarty Rock Vale went to Fordsville last wtek Robert Chambllss wm summoned on the jury at Hardinsbuig Miss Cora YYingate waa the guest of Miss Hattie Stewart Sunday Miss Annie aud Myron Moorman were guests at Mr Cham lies Sunday Mits Nannie Green vltited her home Glendeaue Saturday aud Sunday Lafe Beauchamp Is most devoted to MIbs Rachel the new milliner Dr Harris good success continues and everywhere you hear people pralsiug his skill Mrs Shumate Miss Ida and Clyde of Ekron wero guests of Mr and Mrs Hughes Mr Jack Frost has been creeping around aud slyly nipping a few things the past week James Keith aud Miss Kate Davison wero married at the home of the bride Sunday evening Mrs Eva Kiper and Miss Kiper ot Mcsvllle wero guests at Mrs Kitty Davi Â¬ sons last week Plenty of pumpkins for Thanksgiving pies as there la an unusual largt harvest ot them thlsseason Mrs Sue Mercer has been severely 111 the past week but thanks to Dr Harris she Is much btter ot Lftltehfield preached Bro All persons having claims against the esun of Dudley Hambleton deceased are hereby notified The holidays are fast approach- Â¬ or before the tt day fi Ma red 1809 Also all pel aKiiiniiiK mciiikcitcs lliucuicu iu nis estate ing If you have a friend you are will come Ibrward and settle on or belore said date JAMES HAMIILETON Administrator going to remember on Christinas Cloverport Ky Oct at 1S9S what would be more appropriate as Administrators Notice persons having a gift than a lino Oxford Teachors P All Miler deceased claims against the estate of S are hereby notified to pre properly proven for on nr Bible hound in morocco You can sent them 1st day of March itiua settlement persons before the Also all knowing themselves indebted to his estate will get such a Bible with tho Biieck come forward and settle on or before said date GEO IIEN1 LY Administrator enridoe News for one year for Hawtsvilte Ky Oct a 1S9S 250 You cant buy the Bible at Hardlnsburo Ky retail for less than 8250 anywhere BN PnlPPP The Oldest The Best UUIIC5B in tho world By this arrangement Free use of Dictionary Kucyclopaedia you practically get the News free and Scientific Apparatus Six Courses for ono year Both Tho Childs Bihlo a beautiful tion Sexes Health Thorough Instruc- Â¬ Best Social and Religious Inliu of ten weeks work for children and tho News ence no Saloons Tuition 8 00 per term for ono year tor 8200 HARDIN GROVE IND Clarence Wheeler was In Oloverport Saturday J D Brashear went to Oloverport on business one day last week W 0 Wheeler waa in Tell City and Cannelton on business Thursday Miss Anna Scribner Cannelton was the guest ot Mies Adele Whltmarah last week Send for Special Announcements to JH B LOGAN President Wo call especial attention to our MILLINERY DISPLAY All this week Comprising m 111 TCatrmraJwings nice stylish Ideas birds feathers Xwlth I III I Ualgrettea ami buckles Hfll Harvey Wilier Schooner Point was the gutst of Miss Llnnle Brashear last week Miss Stuart Groves ot Rome has bees visiting Miss Edith Wheeler for the past ew days AT EXTRAQRIINARY L8W PRICES MRS M BLAINE STEPHENSPORT KY On Minute Cough Curt ur vn H WkW ft VNtv HMf fW 1 Ho QuUeacfQwd ot youag people trow vitals BRAND SUITS formorly called Diagram Suits and so called because tlio dia gram showing tlio m akin it or the vitals of the garments Is at- Â¬ tached to the sleeve of every coat New Fall Patterns are ready You can pick from Blue and Black Clevlota and Worsteds and from over CO different styles of mixtures Plaids and Checks in all the now fashion Â¬ able fabrics Suits to lit every build of men s nice as the beflt tailors can fit you We are sole agents for the celebrated Diagram Suits the best in the world for the money Send a mail order for any Â¬ thing you may need in our lino Money refunded if goods are not perfectly satisfactory 750 LEVY BROS Third and Market Louisville Ky Breckenridge WEDNESDAY OOT News 20 1898 HARDINSBURG There are no vacant houses in town County Clerk Cunningham is on the sick list BusinpoH has beeu unusually good here this fall John Harmnn is quite ill at his home near here of pneumonia W S Beard has decided not to move to Louisville until next spring Mrs Dr Ben Harned will move to town and occupy the stone corner Arthur Goodman has just completed a contract on the streets of Irvington D II Severs was granted license by the Circuit Court last week to practice SJ Gardner returned home last week after an extended viBit to LouisÂ¬ law Mrs attending court Attorney Ilobert Woods took a run down from Louisville and spent one day nt Circuit Court Out of the thirteen applications for divorce at this term of court Judge Mc Death granted seven Hon Dave Powers of llawesville Is billed to make speeches In the county between this and the election Send mo 40c silver and your picture any kind and I will make you two jihoto buttons from it A W Vickers llawesville It S Skillman writes from Louisville that he is very much pleased with his outlook for business at his new boarding Iioubo on Fifth street James Kobards who has been living at the Falls of Kougb has decided to move to Mndisonville Ky and engage in the tobacco business W E Minor of Holts Bottom recov Â¬ ered a judgment against the railroad company In the Circuit Court last week for J5 00 for killing his horse We understand that C L Beard has employed Charley Gross to run the John Hardin farm which he purchased some time ago at the court house door One man went into B F Beard Cos establishment one day last week and bought twelve pairs of shoes and it just took that number to get them all shod at his house so he told the clerk G B Cunningham of Chenault was here last Saturday He and his wife have recently returned from a trip to Texas Mr Cunningham was favorably impressed with that country and thinks of goin there to lire Minor Compton of Garfield hao about as fine an apple crop this year as can be found in the county lie will gather about two hundred bushels and as they vero picked from young trees they are very fine and command a good price The people will vote for a congressman at the election in November and there is no other ollico or public question to be submitted to them Lost Monday the County Clerk made up the poll books with the names of Smith Blandford and McMullen on them the only three candidates Our merchants are getting a fine trade this fall and it is coming from people who have not come to Hardlnsburg much in recent years Good substantial bargains have much to do with it and besides our merchants aro thoroughly reliable and stake their reputation on what they tell a customer Bead their ads from time to time in this paper Circuit Clerk Sherman Ball has dis-Â¬ covered that of all the cases he handles in his court the divorce cases pay the least to the clerk Ho says he rarely gets any cost out of a divorce suit and he thinks this particular class of litigants ought to be required to put up enough money to pay costs before a divorce is granted Dent Brown has opened a confectionary and lunch room on Court Square and for the small Bum of ten cents you can get a good hot lunch most any hour in the day lie alBO Keeps Iresti tordavllle bread three times a week This bread he recommends to be as good as the city bread Go and see Mr Brown lor any Â¬ thing in the confectionary line and you will find him anxious to serve you Judge James Skillman of Gloverport made his maiden speech before a jury in thu Circuit Court last week The Judge had a tough client but he made a good Impression upon the jury and acquitted himself well There were some other young attorneys who endeavored to get before the jury but were shut out They sent invitations out to some young girls to drop in and hear them The young ladies appeared and took seats in tlio rear of the court room and waited for the young mans time to come who they were to hear speak but he didnt get ft off and the young ladles seemed to be disappointed Â¬ i ville Morgan Richardson one of the Bran- Â¬ denburg attorneys was here last week i It acta at A stubborn congh or tickling in tho throat yields to One Mlnato Cough Cure Harmless in effect touches the right spot reliable and just what is wanted OBce Short 4 Haviws to be alighted as wo am sure to hear Marlon Graco Perkins is not alone in something good and bcnoDcial Remem Â¬ taking the rnlns in h r own hands and ber thu date defying public opinion dinobeing parpt ental authority Tho world is full of BRANDENBURG such examples But It one sows tho wind she must reap the whirlwind A A ruined life follows djsobcdlenco to homo Dear Kdlth we will mTiither fooling tho effecte of rule We have been K 7jn alltiie coming ywrj that Dakota blizzard Our aorrpv li too great lor Worth A number of out pool beautifully as Mrs Ella Ditto spent Saturday ad Sun Â¬ thev have written were out of the or Too der p for tears day with Mrs W D Howard thodox chinch At the grave of Oliver Thy dainty tootttepi no more will fall Miss lone Dowden will soon be at her Wendell Holmes we remember Dr Ed Â¬ Upouour lUtenlni ear ward Everett Hale called attention to post We are all tjlad to know it lliy Urd Kkt voice It hushed and ililt that Remember noxt Sunday is Rally Ity the fact pity it Is have so many of The voice we loved to dear been and are oartha greatest men for the children at the M church Our aching hearti am detolate in Iho camp of her whom the church Henry Nevitt and Will Smith bright has lung feared and fought Science and We move with illtnt tread medical students spent Sunday at home yet why should not Sclenco aud Religion And acatter bright hued flowara Mrs Tylt r of Irvington was in town go hand in hand 7 Oer thee our beloved dead last weetr am sorry I missed a chat With Ouvf Gav e The Guston reporter is her ho knows whereof he speaks when GLENDEANE Meade county Is flushed with game he hustling energetic says a Mr J W Lowis and Bro Leitchfleld are man cannot bo kept down gives several happy country He in this Mrs Bob Robertson is sick Brother Jenkins preached morning examples We hav only to look around to see it verified Folded hands Vic Robertson went to Loulsvlllo Sat Â¬ and evening last Sunday He is improv us waiting till the tide comes in Leaning ing aw me time urday Â¬ The donation party for tho Methodist instead el lifting lead to only one chan Lawrence Vessels went to Bewleyvllle Despair ministers family was a great success nel themselvesHeaven helps those who Sunday help Fred Moorman of Webster is visiting socially and generously Dr P W Foote made n most eloquent Irvington was well represented at the relatives and friends here donation party for the Methodist minis appeal iu last issue of this paper lor a Dick Owen went to Lewisport Sunday ter Irvington never lags farmers Institute He wants one held morning and returned at night at Irvington which ho torun the Du We are glad the Legion boyfl are com Â¬ luth of Breckenridge county Procter Miss Irene Board spent Sunday with ing homo I Cheer boys cheer for Knotts speech made Duluth famous her brother Dr Milton Board at Kirk your sweethearts and your wives An institute to gather in progressive far- Â¬ Dr Dempster left Friday for George Â¬ Some wounds are harder to heal than mers from Its own adjoining counties town to visit his son who is in college those of the flesh Some memories are would certainly give name and fame to A pleasant little party thoroughly en Â¬ as an already classic named little city Far Â¬ sword points broken in the body joyed Monday afternoon at Sand Knob Miss Hallle Dowdy is back from Louis Â¬ mers need a move on them Miss Lulu Vessels is at Mr Joo Mnt Out in Nebraska where women are afl dress tlnglys where she will visit for some Â¬ ville with Site the latest styles inDittos very progressive and where men aro making her at Mrs Abe time new somewhat accustomed to tho West Hill And now the West View boys have woman tho altar lost her a Thn literary of Brandenburg Normal groom elect bride at she had smoked beaten the Glendeaners in a game of last Friday was good and the order the a because base ballr very best Mfi Burton gayo a short but cigarette Whenever a progressive spirit in the gentle sex partakes of a mascu Mr Johnnie Mallin and his brother interesting talk lino drop out and go back to grand- Â¬ Lonnie both of Oweneboro are visiting Bert Moremen has joined Frenchs mothers days To smoke a cigarette to Mr Dewees troupe and is a great cutcess as aim use slang to be coarse in any particular Nolle Ashley Is back at his old place equilibrist His old friends extend takes all the charm away from the femi Â¬ in the depot and pet office where he wishes for great buccoss nine gender few1 weeks will remain a I have heard of Halloween parlys pupils in music will take Three of Mr Lewis Ashleys sons are but no doubt there will be one for ttie upThe advaned in u class on Wednesday harmony visiting in urayson county in tne stierws lassies to draw aside tho qui tains of the afternoon Harmony is a most difficult bury neighborhood future and learn their fate study aud takes years to reach anything Miss Morgan remains the guest of Mrs The class in literature has Choir like composition perhaps never In a Hunter till Tuesday when she leaves to Invisible in view for its next discussion conversation with Mioses Mary Lewis fill engagements in Ohio county Mr Burton excels in this branch and in Mary Taylor and Agnes Malin who took Much to the pleasure of those who ap- Â¬ elocution Come for a couree course separately at college they all preciate music Miss Eva Hensley sang That cold drizzle last Saturday kept agree that it is most difficult and rf quires at the recital Saturday evening Annie Bondurant and myBolf from hav- Â¬ great time and trouble Very few pupils Last Thursday night Miss Nelia Rob ing a visit to Miss Maudu Reesor of are industrious enough to pursue the erts and Mr Jim Dunn wero married Muldraugb Will try it next Saturday study butwe will commence hoping the Rev Mr Weatherford officiating I congratulate my friend Miss Lela praying A jest often causes trouble We Miss Mattle Owen went to Louisville Ilenly upon her success in her new en When remember John Gray and OBannon in Saturday She will purchase a new terprise the Breckenridge Inn Choir Invisible and the serious conse- Â¬ stock of millinery goods while in the I come I want one of her most artistic quences John Gray had never harmed rooms city How I wished last Friday I could have nor molested OBannon and James Lane Little Miss Mamie Brown neice of Piggotts pretty home Allen protrayed mauy individuals dis- Â¬ Mrs Dewees is spending the winter dropped in at Mrs B V It and have met the lrviug positions in that character Out of his here aud will enter school in a short ton A nleasant profitable 0 of to year each rovetousness had sprung his enmity and time he disliked John Gray from motives of member My line of ladies capes is strictly Jess Taylor a Regular who saw much jealousy he therefore made him a sub- Â¬ and more extensive than ever of the war at Santiago de Cuba is at ject of disagreeable jest and then success Cheaper lots cheaper than ever before in life popularity causes spite work home on a furlough Jess likes serving Success iu any W C Moorman Uncle Sam and is very entertaining in times jealousy line of work brings often Â¬ So with John malice As these items are belnz mailed we diBcriptiona and incidents Gray a successful teacher who should hear that a Sunday school is to be or M Hardin is having a new office never Dr J have rappled with OBannon in ganized at Glendeane May it be done erected next door to T B Howard thu forest but left spite to do its own and may it prosper Son It will he quite an addition to work have its just reward OBannons Dr Strother of Big Spring a guest at West Main and doctor will sure ex- Â¬ end a terrible one John Gray kept on D C Moormans was called to see Mr tract your teeth without pain Ins high level He like all who are Bob Robertson Sunday afternoon Mr I think It is n capital joke on the worthy bad force of character to keep Robertson has been a right sick man Meade Messenger for the Commercial to Maater Roy Moorman who has had dub It The Brandenburg Republican fevers for several weeks Is about able to If I were the the editor of tho Messenger EKR0N be out again Other children sick and Id get me a gun that would shoot at out of school are Martha L Powell and long range I can hear the wedding bells ringing Iva Burnett My cousin Gerard Foote is coming to at a distance of about two or three weeks Some of your gentlemen will want new the fore in the market with floe swine Mrs J P Shacklett jr and little son overcoats this winter you will find my and kine Old Breckenridge has tho spout several days last week with her line complete cheap stylish serviceable go ahead fever sure for certain I am parents Come in and see them and youll want decidedly opposed to her outrunning Will Jones spentseveral days in Louis one W 0 Moorman Meade with all my kindred feeling villo lost veek and took examination The Arm and Hammer Brand man All young people are sure of ecstatic for u government position and Jack Frost struck the town about bliss when thev Btart out in life Well Miss Anderson the same time last week but our boys all it is well enough If we dont find just her aunt Mrs Jas who has been visiting Frymlre has returned wear a soda cap with as much pride as what we want we find something else to her Iome in Louisville though twere balmy spring Â¬ which is perhaps better for us SubMrs Hardesty Miss Susie Hill Mr F M Powell Is building two new mitting gracefully to the inevitable is at and MrsProf D Richardson of Branden Â¬ J will be rented dwellings which He al least true philosophy burg were in town last week viewing the ready has three houses in town His Stephen Cranes wife is said to have latest in headgear eye for business shows him that such in been lost in the wreck of the MohegJii Will Jones and Will Camico two of vestments will be profitable for a live It is a wonder she hadnt died long ago Meads gallant here Sun Â¬ town like Glendeane if she ever read Cranes poety He has day saying how knights were but think- Â¬ fair the day whole soulded uni- however written a remarkable narrative ing fairer The successful still the girls versal popular doctor we behold in Will in The Red Badge of Courage He Hardin Ashcraft spent Sunday with Strother is but the promising boy per- Â¬ did not figure much as a war correspond- Â¬ f i lends here and returned on the even Â¬ fected An old school mate of ours ent although he was in Cuba brave comrades at Years ago when Prof Orabbe was at Right actions and a high plane of ing train to join hisGod bless our boys Hardlnsburg Will was one of hie bright- thought follow right purposes A man their post of duty in blue est boys or a woman who never condescends to Montgomery and Enser shipped three Some weeks ago we mentioned Zack little actions who lives by lofty princi- Â¬ Carwiles being crippled He is stilt un- Â¬ ples cannot be pulled down by inferiors carloads of stock from hero this week able to get around much On Sunday Envy jealousy malice and spite follow and James Harned of Big Spring your correspondent saw him with the people who cannot be reached but those shipped one Ekron is a noted shipping happiest expression he had ever seen who plan to overthrow are the ones to point among railroad men Alias Jesse James Baker of Mississippi Zack wear In response to questioning fall Mr Burton will have a LaFayette cel- Â¬ who has spent the summer in Ekron the he let us know that the bright outlook for democratic victory in the coming ebration Friday afternoon a Hag will be guest of her uncle Theo James is very election is enough to make any good raised patriotic song and speeches anxious to return home but is prevented democrat smile Zack has been one of Every one is invited Mr Bui ton ex Â¬ on account of the quarantine throughout the faithful for all these years and heres pects to go to the Paris cxpotltion in the South on account of yollow fever to him for some office when his party 1900 and when he looks at LaFayettes The writer rode out a lew miles in th monument ho wants to feel his Branden- Â¬ country comes to around on top again Sunday and feels well repaid as Notwithstanding the bad day and the burg Normal pupils contributed their I passed several nice farms which are mite good unfavorable night a audience up to date and a pleasure to see The greeted Miss Morgans appearance at Nimrods who have been brightening large fields of meadow and stacks of hay night Her work up weapons with murderous intentious and stock grazing about over tho fields in Utopia Hall Saturday was keenly enjoyed and all went away toward Bob Whites must hope Meade numbers from fitteen to fifty head all fat highly pleased with the recital Visitors may not be in sympathy with siiiter and nice makes me think Ob how I from a distance Hon John Haswell counties to spare covies till November wieti x was a larmer oi tuis kind I 1 Hardinsburgj Dr W H Strother Big 1890 Quail on toast has not beeu seen WMild like to know why it is that all Springs Moorman Hardaway Bewley- Â¬ on bills of fare as frequently as in the farmers dont bow more gross aud clover vllle Oy Miller Hardinsburg Rev W 50s and COs To protect tho partridges when there is more money in it aud less B Rutlodge Oloverprt Tom Moore is quite a good idea labor than most anything else a man can and Jeff Glasscock McDanielsand Mary Please allow me to correct just a few raise and improves his landmore Soma Mattingly and sister from Long Lick mistakes they were galore in my last time ago I had a talk with a larmer In church letter Miss L zzle lUwliugs not Rankin fact I had a little account on him which Miss Lula not Tula Woolfolk not Nor- Â¬ I was anxious to have settled and he A bright young lady up here nays promised to let me have corn folk STEPHENSPORT The the handsome city editor had been to time went by and no corn came I asked Louisville hence the errors Analyze him why it was and he said he would F 0 Ferry was in town Thursday and dissect that assertion now Mr uot have nnoughjto last him until Christ- Â¬ Mrs G W Payne has a new upright City Editor to suit tho occasion mas Well I will take anything you piano I have received a beautiful souvenir have to eell Have you uny potatoes No No O O Lewis attended Grand Lodge at card from my friend Mrs Ellon Wimp Anv hojis Any Nor No Anv wheat who was in Boston Mass The Old oatu Louisville Any hay No Most any one Mrs II S English spent Sunday in South Church in ono corner with win Â¬ dow marked through which Warren could farm this way but 1 hope there Gloverport not meny that do entered to deliver his J F Jenkins of Louisville Is in town on the Boton Massacre memorable speech are Mrs Wimp ami for a few days DeWitts Little Early Risers her sister Mrs Waller are cultivated Services wero hold in M E church ladlos and will fully enjoy historic spots The famous little pllli Sunday by the pastor The Webster correspondent ranks with PELLVILLE Mr and Mrs L R Adkisson took din Â¬ our very best I agree with him or her ner Sunday at the Smith house ephemeral In to to in regard to the Mrs AVilllam White of Tobmsport views of tho populace It is indeed The turnip and apple crop3 are failures Ind la visiting her son Dr D White wonderful to see iiow fads and popular hero views are advocated for the sake of pop- Â¬ Mrs Will Pettit who went to Indiana James Jackson o llawesville was for medical treatment is rapidly improv- Â¬ ularity or policy There seems to be less here last week and less of individuality fewer and few Â¬ ing Bud Browu is expecting to move to Mr and Mrs Roland Wadlimtton and er people who endorse ideas from honest Oweneboro soon niece Miaa Daisy of Union Star attended convictions George May the musician from Ensor An excellent article in a leading paper church hero Sunday was here last week Born To Hie wife of Dr D White on the art of conversation reminds me o Â¬ the othMiss Katie Temple will spend the Tuesday Oct 18 a nine pound girl The a remark I heard a friend makeread any- Â¬ Why study and er day viz winter in Mississippi M D is practicing as usual how I never hear any young per Â¬ Owen Temple who has been very sick Jlmnile Crawford of Kanoas is here son in society make hardly an intelligent is ablo to walk around to spend a few weeks with his parents remark I admit it is a shame how lit- Â¬ James Blandford of Lewisport visited Mr and Mrs James Crawford tle really sensible conversation very in Hon Josh D Powers of Owensbore telligent girls Indulge in But neverthe- Â¬ at Thomas Jetts last week Thomas Blandford of Owensboro was will peak here November 5 in the in Â¬ less reading and studyingdisclpllnestho here on business last week mind and prepares for duties ahead terest of the republican party Dr Henry Basham of Ourdaville was Mrs R L Williams and daughters In Lorna Doone I find some of Black Misses Ida and Florence of Evansville roores views are cynical pessimistic extracting teeth here recently will spend a few days this week with For instance The principal buslues of lleniy D Skinner and Blon Moseley Mrs 0 W Wadlington all good Christians is beyond all contro Â¬ visited at Lewisport Saturday It Is falsi S 8 Eaton pastor of the Fourth and versy to fight one another John Long who has beeu very low Walnut Baptist churchj Louisville and There never was an era in which there with typhoid fever is improving one of the greatest minds in the State was as much unity and brotherly love Miley Long will move to Rockport will deliver a lecture in the Baptist and goad fellowship urged by ministers soon and take his two beautiful daugh Â¬ If an Issue arises let each church Thursday evening November and laity ters 10 Subject Our Poor Kin Admta contend for what he conscientiously es Â¬ Mort Mrs Thomas Jett and Mrs elon ten and fifteen cents Tickets will pouses Iia Inn fuln In all tha hiudnaaa hnnauui In your editorials of last week the one Moseley will vielt relatives at Kirk this week here aud n Rome Union Star Addison I headed The Girl Who Did Not Mind Hilary Braner and family vUlted ia and HolW This aa opportunity sot wm the best 1 have read for many a day Airfcre And att thou gone oh can It be Our joy our pride our That Ihoart gone from out our llrci LtSvlnjrtri the pain and rrgrett Â¬ wlde-a-wakÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ te Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ LhMMtkeMtHiVEtflHi FJtch Owonsboro last week Centra City and 8acramonlo rtttt233Sttt43SgSZ2imBliB Herbert Bennett who has been Very sick at Hilary Bruners Is slowly im- Â¬ proving Thomas Jett has a largo crop of pump Â¬ kins which hn Is selling readily at f 1 60 per wngon load Mike Stephens and hisbeiutiful sister Dora of llawesville were here visiting friends last week Mrs Lucy Temple of Yelvlngtonj vis Â¬ ited her slater Mrs Susan Temple and her many friends here last week People here are gottlng more interest- Â¬ ed iu tho Nrws every day They say it is the most county paper they can find Adams Hawes and wlfo II D Browu and wife and Mrs George Brown attend Â¬ ed the burial of the infant child of Ben Givens Tuesday of last week George Obinchaln who has beou in the U 8 army for the last eleven rears and who has been home on a furlough returned to the army last week There is moro sorghum here than was ever known A large quantity is yet in the field and there are uot mills sufficient to make it up before the winter sets in The farmers aro sowing wheat clear Â¬ ing up ground building fence and stirring around generally They realize that prosperity has at last arrived and are jubilant over future prospects Mrs Hunter will move to Owensboro and take with her her beantiful daugh- Â¬ ter Miss Ethel leaving Pellvlllo nearly dtltute of girls with thq exception of two or three The boys will be lonesome especially Henry Skinner and Blon Moaeley who say if tho exodus contimifB they will go to the Klondike and be done Willi it Get Your Fall and Winter 1 SHOES At this Store if you want tho latest and handsomest styles We havo everything new in Footwear We handle an extensive line of -- - tf Hats Caps Clothing Dress Goods and Notions j J i OUR STOOK HAS BEEN PLACED ON THE COUN- Â¬ TERS FOR YOUR INSPECTION WE KNOW You will bo satisfied with our goods and our prices if you quire into them in- Â¬ Oa BEWLEYVILLE Rain moro rain most rain thats the weather Fletcher Stanford went to Owensboro Sunday Will Paul and wife recently moved to Irvington Lawrence Vessels Is visiting Miss Exie Wilson again The Womans Missionary society met Wednesday afternoon Mrs D G Moorman returned to her home at Glendeane Thursday Prof M Weotherford of Bethel school attended church services Sunday Miss Nettle Shumate was not ablo to attend to her school duties last week Forest Stith having bought him a farm elsewhere declines to rent the Morton HestonWillis Company CLOVERPORTa KY ssjj PUBLIC SALE I wHjIj oust Friday loYemk 4 all of my household furniture sisting of 2 self binders JWv 1898 and kitchen con- Â¬ 1 have returned from a visit to Hardlns Â¬ burg Miss Stella Paul attended the literary exercises of the public school Friday af- Â¬ ternoon Wheat sowing is very much retarded by the continued wet weather Corn Is injuring for the samo reason Bewleyvllle and Guston always have the prettiest calicos the very prettiest If you dont believe it just call aud see Gerard Foote recently sold 3 milk cows for IIGS Thoa Jolly sold two for S80 nearly 49 average This is prosperity The Nkws is the best county paper in existence Now is the time to subscribe and Bend for a Bible too both for 250 Miss Lula Nuunelley came down from the city Friduy to vieit friends in UiIb vicinity Her stay will be an extended one as her friends are numerous Mrs G P Paul left Sunday morning for Louisville where she will be the guest of her sister Mrs Paul does not often indulge in a holiday and everyone wishes her a good time The Irvington B V R O opened Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs Pigimtt the worthy president A nice number was in attendance and the work promises to be interesting this year The poBt office changed bands last Monday Mr Alonzo Bennett aud his clerk W W Keith have it In charge now and it will sure be done to suit you Mr Bennett is a true blue Republican and his best endeavor will be to honor the administration The sweet potato crop in this vicinity Is enormous It is no uncommon thing to find one weighing five pounds But the very rare occurrence is to find a vine with blossoms on it as this scribe did re- Â¬ cently Thero have beeu fifteen of a most beautiful little flower and old men say ihey never saw such before A mistake in the use of the various touses endings etc of the verb to be and in the use of Rome pronouus la b7 nil means to be avoided but Is not a mortal sin Persons who are so loud in their abuse of such ought sometimes to consider how they really tell a falsehood by improper arrangement of their very proper words and sentences place Misses Lena Drury and Blanch Jolly At my residence near Ekron Ky sell to the highest and best bidder farming implements plows 2 TOftcssrses wagon 1 -- 1 mower 3 1 md im t i cultivators etc harrows buggy surrey harness 1 All my live stock consisting yearling mule 60 head of hogs all my cat- Â¬ tle Lota of oats and rye 130 acres of corn standing in field of 3 horses 4 mules which will bo sold in lots to suit purchasers HMMBaKWMIMaiHBMHIaii Terms of sale made known on day of sale W K BROWN i Money money laugh WVmltf Talks Thats all right but we have goods that talk in such a low strain as to make your 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 FORDSVILLE to town Leslie Walker and mother will move next week Born to the wife of Bud Maddox a ten pound boy Oct 22 Chos Ford and family are visiting relatives in New Albany Wm Graves of Bowling Green was in the city last week visiting old friends Will Beard from Hardinsburg has moved hero and will run a butcher shop ou Main street Dud Cooper and wife Mr Hale and wifo attended the grand lodge of Mason ic order last week Geo Gamp and daughter Miss Ambla O Camp and sister Miss Edna attend Â¬ ed tbo Sargent Camp wedding 0 G Beard is erecting a beautiful cot tage on Hartford street It iswell to haye the cage ready for the Bird D L Oaulklns Chief Clerk R M S 5th Division was in the city last week look Â¬ ing after the interests of Uncle Sam Jack Board the flagman on Fordsville Irvington passenger train is laid up with a sprained ankle Joe Tilford of Horse Branch is running in his place Â¬ I MITCH MEYER GTJSTElR ky I t a 0 Irvington College AT IRVINCTON na E 0 ORABBE AND WIFE HAVE OPENED THEIR SCHOOL SESSION HAS BEGUN Pupils will bo charged from tho time they enter until tho end of the term Tho school year will consist of two torms Tuition ib duo in advance There will bo no deduction for any time lost Pull Corps of Competent Teachers SARQKNT CAMP Miss Cecil M Sargent and Mr W W Camp both of this place were married Thursday evening Oct 20 1898 at 8 16 oclock at the home of her father Rev Reynolds officiating Miaa Gecll is bright attractive and of an amiable dis-Â¬ position and has many friends She is the youngest daughter of the well known postal clerk W II Sargent on the Fords Â¬ Irvington branch road Mr ville Gamp is a son of Mr George Gamp who lives uearPbilpot He is also exprts and baggaito master on the branch road of the Texas The bride looked pretty In a blue traveling suit The groom looked handsome In the usual black It was a quiet weddingonly a few friends were present They left immediately after the ceremony for Owensboro en route to Cincinnati Lexington and other points The writer wishes them a life of sunshine and prosperity Tuition in tho Litorary Departments as follows Collegiate School 2000 per pupil per term 1 Business School 2000 Intermediate School lfioo - 1000 Primary School nu Hit ii 1 00 Incidental Pee I Music Art and Elocution will be charged extra Special terms to toachors desiring to hotter qualify themselvefl for their professions Any variance from the above terms must be in writing and signed by the Principal For further information address -- Normal School - - 2000 j I t WHEN DOES YOUR SUB SCRIPTION TO THE NEWfi KXPIKK Look Box 6 Irvinfkw Brookparidg Qwk Ky Stricken Down i STORY FOR SMALL BOYS jr 4 - All supposed he was dead but he reviv Â¬ ed finally Nobody could have come out of it alive but Hobson it was the general Ho is a tougli fellow to stand cry And from that day lie was that known among his classmates as Im son nee even from this brief all along from a child up Richmond Hobson has lipen growing to bo n hero How To Prevent Croup We havo two children who are sub Â¬ ject to attacks of croup Whenever an nttack 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 in al ter w lint else wo run out of it would not do to be without Chauiberlaius Cough Roiucdy Aloieof Itnold here than of all other cough medicines combined J M Nickik of Nicklo Bros merchants Nlcklevlllo Pa For Bale by A R Fish Â¬ er Clovei port It A Shollman Steph Â¬ F R WILDER C28J Fourth 8t LouisTlllo Ky J M HARDIN Brandenburg Ky BANK -- OF ARDIN IPWIUPTnU WILDER HARDINSBURG mVlilulUll livery Vedncndny and Thursday after the Fourth Monday in Kach Montli B P BEARD President WILT MILLER Vice President M II BEARD Cashier G W BEARD l MORRI8 ESKRIDQE DIRECTORS J R M JOLLY INTEREST PAID ON r Shows That a Hero is Not Made Tougli You imii in a Minute account how t t Thl Boyhood of Lieutenant Pearson Hobson Richmond Difficult work Ktich as Bridges nnd Crowns a specialty Latest appliances used Good work guaranteed Ilcnnl wiuiHHry Dunkirk JtRfclU Oae of the most Genial aad Ssxccestafisl Commercial bicb on the road I was stricken down writes Dr Fenner with acuta inflammation of kidneys had been suffering for some time and was la a critical condition I secured a bot- Â¬ tle of your Kidney and Backache Cure and soon experienced relief After using two bottles I was entirely cured NY DRUQQIST Hardinnrmrg Kentucky Breckenridge WEDNESDAY News 20 1898 00 r TAR SPRINGS Died Oct 4th William Tindale aged 70 years Charles Knapp of PateeVille is at tho Tar Springs Mr aid Mrs Tompeonaro still at the TarSprfngtv R Sheriff Barton of Hartlinsbnrg visited here last Sunday Born to the wife of Wm Johnson Oct 4th a fine girl SuBan Sarada Miss Beatrice Bates who have been quite sick has about recovered O D Hambleton has rented tho Tar Springs properly for another year Mrs Mase Hawkins who has been dangeroaaly ill we are glad to say is Improving rapidly Lou Pate wife and daughter are still Buffering with chills and malaria fever Burt Orumof the 169th Indiana volun Â¬ teers is at home on a thirty days fur Â¬ lough Dr Bulls Cough Syrup will give Immediate relief to a child suffocating with the dreadndcouglCTMothers keep this reliable medi Â¬ cine alwayshandysnd it will save yon many un Â¬ easy hours It costs but 5 rents LODIBURG Succees to tbeNaws Jack Frost visited us last night Farmers are vory busv making mo- lasses A crowd from here attended court last week Born to the wife of Elmo Deacon n fine girl Mr and Mrs Sam Keys visited Mrs A J Keys Saturday nighty Mr Jesse Keys and family visited Mrs A J Keys Saturday and Sunday illsa Dolly Claycomb was the guest of Miss Irene Keys Saturday and Sunday Miss Nannie Keys has returned home from Irviugton where she has been vis Â¬ iting Mrs Sam Keys Mr Herman Lay of Stephensport is teaching the Walnut Grove school and the pupils all seem to like him Mrs Willie Dowell and children cf Morgantown came up Friday eve to be the guest of her mother Mrs Sue Cart Key Lewis will begin a protracted meeting at Walnut Grove the fifth Sun Â¬ day in this month Hope be will have Mary Ellen Infant daughter of Mr and Mrs James Sklllman died Oct 5th Weep rot father andmother for little Mary has gone to abrighter world than thk Sleep on swret Mary And take thy rest God cilled trice borne When he thought best1 WORLDS WHEAT CROP The Bcfrbofcm Katbnnte Puts the 1898 Yield at 1640000000 LittlJ folks n hero is not made In a miimti i ajB a writer in Little Folks Worlds Largest Library No you may uVmtl upon it that It Is TIe largeBt IMiniy In tint world l Hint the thorough doing eacli dny o all the of Paris It contains upward of 2000000 things onu ought to do that grows the gists satisfaction guaranteed 100250600 nrinted books and 100000 manuscripts strength for the great died Tlio British Museum contains about For weeks you have been hearing 1500 000 vclumfp and tint Imprrll about tho ulorious deed of Lieut Rich Library at St Putershuig about tin same mond Hobflon a young southern mail in number These are llm largest IHnarif s our navy how ho sailed an American in tho world ship into Santiago chaunol right under the guns olthe Spanish fortn and blew Old fashions in drew may be revived her up ami sunk her across the way to but no old taBbontd lnediuine can re shut the Spanish war ships Into the har Â¬ Suggestion That Will Save place Chamberlains Colic Cholera and bor inside You know how the whole Diarrlio a Remedy For sale by A R Time and Money country clieertd and how tho President R A Shellman Fisher Cloverport how even sent his thanks You know the Spanish Admiral into whosu hands They Should Patronize The Want Stephensport Lieut Hobsou and his seven bravo comColumn of The ltreitiwith you whether you continue the rades fell praiaed tlio youug American loueccoDauil nui wi lessssai remove lb desire tor tobacco wJUk News you how this bold And now I will till oat nervou dl trees eipels ntcoyrp I k It 1 tB tine Diiriflt the uioou tvtw a n ak i cuu tore loit manhood young American was n good and loving botei mikes Ton iirong1 m se 400000 SB ft K and a gentle and little child at h me csrirurcil tlur An enormous amount of money and inneaiianiSS SSH I undpockttam wilp jour owa dnifrtrlst who Chivalrous boy at school brains are spent on advertising Some liOOK touch lorui iiir it wiin DAtlrntlTDcrtlitenlr One His mother Lieut llobsons mother of tho most brilliant business succoeses box SI uiuaIIt cure t 3 boieitsta m ran teed to cure or we refund money Numerous im Â¬ of mine told me that it was are duo to advertising is a neighbor 6UrUl Eeattfj U Cfclns MeeUeei fl lerlu something natural to little mense fortunes have been built up by inBtinet Richmond and not taught him never to means of judicious advertising Every leave her alone but hIwhvh to be on progressive merchant manufacturer and hand in case she should need him He sptclalistin industry realizes the value appointed himself hia mothers body of advertising But the average farmer Startling Sonsaiion guard when he was only a child If is just beginning to wake up on this kept in his law office or in the court p int We know many cases in which a room at evening his father could feel farmer has sacrificed proiltable sales or sure that littlo Richmond nover leit her goiif to large expense of time and money The other children went to bed at their to hunt up what lie wanted wlion a litusual iiinox but the littlo guardsman tle ad costing only a few cents or a dol- Â¬ chlvalrouHly tat at his mothers kneo lar or two would liavo accomplished intinitoly better results until Ids lather came There is no doubt that tho brave laltH Our want column wan introduced for of old which his mother told him at tlio role purpose of niding llie farmer these times planted seeds of patriotism in his business If ho has stock mi in tho childs mind and fid him with chinerv vehicles or houpehnld goods to an admiration for brave deeds Theae sell or exchange if he wants to buy bell were stories of his ancestors who had or rent a farm or wants farm bauds or fought in the K volutionary war at farm supplies he can just send 25 or We Kings Mountain and at Cowpens and 50 cents to tho News and have a Go with Jackson at New Orleans Goods small card inserted that will bo read with This chivalrous nnd giutlo littlo Hob interest by thousands of persons We iutend to make this a valuable son had a Btrong love for animals To 50 pes Calico worth 5c at 3c please him his mother bought for him a factor in promoting the interests of our 10 pes Bluo Cottonade worth pair of goals and had the village wheel farmers If we can assist them to buy 15c at 9c wright to make him a goat cart and a or Bell their stock on their own premises 1 box sample Slippers and wagons that were or bring business to their own dors it minature of tho big ox Shoes at 49c driven into town by the negro farmors will save lots of riding lots of time and set Window Shades 10c each of money and will prevent u profita- Â¬ lots from the plantations Little Richmond was delighted hut ble sales Good Bleached Cotton at 5c Try our want column once and see if what do you think was the thing he said Ladies Corsets worth 50c Now mother lean it is not of benefit to you When you first It was this at 25c do all your shopping and bring every Â¬ send in your advertisement send in one Remnants Silks at your own cent for each word and you can bank thing home to you in my goat wagon 7 prico And he did Any day twenty years upon it that you will get what you are Ladies Vests at 4c ago on the sunny streets of this old Ala Â¬ looking for Boys Vests at 3o bama town of Greensboro one might see One Minute Cough Cure surprises peo- Â¬ hero-to-b- e Ladies Hose 10c quality at trudging besides his goat the ple by lie quick cures and children may 5c like a veteran driver popping his whip take it in large quantities without the and steering his wagon full of packages 10c 15c and 20c Organdiea with about the aaine sense of responsi- Â¬ least danger It has won for itself tho at 5c reputation of any perparation used bility as when he steered the Merrlmac best 10 doz Century Corsetsworth to day for colds croup tickling in tho and sunk her in just the right spot 100 our price 49c or obstinate coughs Short you know that his patieuf work throat Dont Hay nes Best Jeans Pants 49c With his little goat team helped develop 36 Mens all wool filling suits the heros JuJgeinent An Editors Daughters Dolls worth 7 at 398 I As ho gtow to be a lad and was in the The editor of Harpers Magazine Mr Samplo Hats at your own Naval Academy at Annapolis his moral Henry M Alden has a daughter who prico courage and physical courrgu proved to has mads a collection of over 100 dolls me well matched You have read Tom doll representing a different nation You remember the each Biowuat Rugbv and being made in that country The gentle Christian little Arthur and the rugged Tom V Young collection is considered to be the most 20 lbs nico Sugar 81 00 unlquo and finest of its kind in existence Richmond had the line qualities of both 10 bars St Louis Soap at 25c Miss Alden is now to show the world His loyally to his liome taught Christi Â¬ her dolls and explain them and in the Good Coal Oil 10c per gal anity while at Annapolis got him tlio next issue of The Ladies Home Journal Good Green Coffee 3 lbs for name amour the boys of The Parson she will show pictures of the fiiBt twen- Â¬ 25o One day young Hobson with the rest ty In following issues she will show of his class was at the swimming lesson He was far out along the rope in the the others BIG CUT IN ALL breakers It would be almost sure Buoklens Araloa Salve DEPARTMENTS drowning to loose hold of the rope But Tub Best Salvk in the world for Cuts it happened by some mischance that as Sores Ulcers Salt Rheum Fe-Â¬ Hobson pressed still further out he met Bruises ver Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chil- Â¬ Qco Yeakel Co a classmato coming in clinging for life to the rope They two were along out blains Corns and all Skin Eruptions and postively cures Piles or no pay re- Â¬ there in the breakers quired It ia guaranteed to give perfect Brandenburg Ky The two lade looked into each others satisfaction or money refunded Price eyes It was a hard moment for the youngsters Safe passage along the rope 25 cents per box For sale by Short Haynes for both was nearly an Impossibility TTS Hobson gave way to his classmate Really Orand keeping the merest touch on the rope He You Bay you like a manly man But somehow at the moment of the boys What ia your Idea of a manly man 7 passing him even this slight hold gave She Well forinstanca one who doesnt Safety Comfort and he sank Into the breakers stay and stay and stay just because he The boy lrft on the rope got out and knows the girl isn t strong enough to sent aid HoIibou was brought to shore throw him out Ex and Clean blood beauty without tic clean your stirring up tne lazy liver aim driving oil Im purities from the body Begin to day to banish pimples boils blotches blackheads and that sickly bilious complexion by taking la Illooil Depp means a clean skin No It Cascorets Candy Cathar eufport blood and keep it clean by A WORD TO Why Suffer Agony When DONS COMPLETE PILE CURE is guaranteed to euro you It is tho discovery of an eminent physician No Knife No EH TIME DEPOSITS Henderson Route LoiiiiTill Henderson St Louis Ej Co FARMERS Tine Card la Effect June 20 97 Eat Hound No 4J No 44 Interruption of Business I No 40 Lv St Louis Â¬ Tho first treatment brings immediate relief It has cured thousands and will euro you MR T S WILOOX prominont merchant politician and chief of tho Chattanooga Firo Department Bays After vears of sufTering DONS PILE OINTMENT wu rec ommended to me The use of one box effected a permanent cure I voluntarily give you this statement hoping it will be the means of bringing your wonderful remedy to the attention of others suf Â¬ fering with piles Â¬ nerve-miiin- vl Kvamville Henderson SpntUville Owensboro llaweiville Cloverport Stephentport Irvineton lirandenburg ArrLoulivllle Weit Dound 756am 865pm 6nam 220pm 2am 715 24rt 310 73 32 37 4 00 818 344 917 440 4U 645 503 510 1007 622 628 1045 603 557 1112 6 25 617 1235pm 745 730 No 861 915 961 4I No 4 Price 100 Prepaid to any Address 43 No 45 m znm fctvtvtvVl -1 111 Jin DON CHEMICAL COMPANY CHATTANOOQA Iv TENN Louitville Ilrandenburg Irvington Stepheniport 7 30am 50pm I ES II II SHOULD UTEBEST EYEBYB0DT1 Because it is placed here by the Hawesville Owemboro Spottivllle Henderson Evansville ArrSt Louis rioverpott 1011 1035 1135 1 643 720 739 814 60 1217pm 947 10 10 1240 15 7 32 10 95 40 1021 1036 1058 1148 1245 1 823pm 932 952 1223am 15 7 20 A 1 trains run through Solid in Kvanvttl Through parlor can and Pullman sleepers on all tralnsletween St Louis Evanivllle and Louis ville Numbers 41 and 42 connect at Irvineton for Fordivtlle and Hardiniburg daily eicept Sunday H C MOHDUE A G P A Ixulville Ky Â¬ Yeakels Great Must llVH V WW HIV HM A NEW Y0RK DENTAL PARLORS e benefit of the public that they may know for where to go to get the best dental work at the very lowest price TFFTH L II St L TIME TABLE Ne 10 h Fordsvlle Branch TAKING Dally Dally EFFECT CSS SALE We extract teetb 25 cents without pain naxe a gooa sei oi aniuciai iccin ior Teeth filled with old and platinum alloy Teeth filled with amalgam Teeth filled with pure zold sw 75 50 SsSWsWJ 1isfc MAY JO 1897 West Bound Tralna ex Sun ex Sun Bast Bound Train VYITHOUTPATES No6 are Closing Out 100 ad up A guarantee given with every filling We have been established In Louisville for over ten years Can give reference from best professional and business men in the city Remember the New York Dental Parlors 542 Fourth St Louisville Ky 1140 1147 1165 12 10pm 12 25 1235 1265 1 05 Dally Dally ex Sun ex Sur No 2 No 1050am Lv Irvineton Ar 9o0am g 00 11 25 Garfield Nol STATIONS Harned 120 1 45 Hardinsburff Junction Kirk Jolly Glendeane Dempster arFallsItoughlv Rockvale Ruth Askins Oaka Mitchell ArKordsvilleLv Dempster Junction 7 42 7 27 7 17 7 02 737 660 605 6 6 5 6 6 30 6 20 44 38 30 25 2 05 165 Â¬ 215 2 30 610 600am y K StW RATEB m f Ek 2 PER DAY Th wwnssu matt centr Hotel In 2 45pm locate trucltg llu Louisville HendersonSt Louis RyCo nsro 4z TIME SCHEDULE Takltiff Effect At 6i80 1fllek A K 8ud- - Xy 90 1837 Train 7T 0HS p1eOB1OP fJUx3A iWlB rWSJmnsviLLEKY If rYl Bound Train 41 latt Bound Mall 42 r6 d1 the JwHwf sWsJ iPWaWMWWaKaJit Its Worth Printing 1J Mall 4 Expra Kxpra STATIONS Kxpra ExprV Dally 12 12 4 Dally 4J0pm 603 5 37 6 40 6 48 Dally 7 30am 7 48 Twice-a-Wee- k eWfy v s sVI sife X WsWssrT IrZrt f Groceries nwF liBfesmsWWf XcM Courier Journal J Will Print It -- 818 8 21 IvUnn ptar Kentucky St Westlolnt Dally 7 45pm JbWf rough-and-read- y only records of subjects specially prepared In a laboratory but the Qraphophono is not limited to such performances On tho Graphophone you can easily make and Instantly reproduce records of the voice or any sound Thus It constantly awakens new Interest and Its charm Is ever fresh The reproducUons are nothing like It for an evenings entertainment Other fo callod talking machines reproduce Most fascinating Inven- Â¬ tion of the age Alwa ready to entertain It requires no skill to oper Â¬ ate It and reproduce tho music of bands orches Â¬ tras vocalists or Instru Â¬ mental eololiU TheralJ Democrat every Republican every man woman or child who can read will want to read It TIIETWICE AWKHK COURIKlt JOURNAI t iscmuiraiH paper ui ia or Cltfni PICCI Ifueu Wedneiday and Saturday of each week The Wednesday Uiue prints all the clean news and the Saturday luue prints storle MlKellany Poetry all matienof ipccial interest n the home It Is edited by Henry Watterion SowilltheDUECKENItinOK NEWS and every 663 600 609 618 626 659 829 8 35 8 42 8 51 9 07 9 9 9 9 869 9 33 6 51 7 07 915 23 31 712 7 20 7 24 7 39 7 43 7 64 32 43 951 9 56 1011 1014 10X5 1035 1043 1049 1068 1105 1114 1125 727 959 Howard 1145 Willowdale 11 35 Kock Haven 1128 Lone Branch 1121 Brandenburg 1112 Ekron 1102 Guston 1053 1045 Irvineton Webster 1037 10 28 Lodlburg 1020 Pierce Sample 1015 Stephensport 1007 Addison 1002 Holt 969 Cloverport 9 45 Sklllman Hawesville Fetrle Falcon Lewlsport Waltman Powers Patea Owensboro Shops 9 40 9 27 733 1160am 6 65 662 6 45 6 40 6 34 3Spm 20 626 618 610 560 342 618 615 5 6 4 4 4 4 6 03 6 34 6 30 5 22 03 00 49 40 33 58 Price 50c a Year Vou get 104 good papen of ilx or eight paces eachj for 50C LESS THAN ONE CEN r A 804 812 818 917 909 9 8 8 8 03 64 47 38 8 27 8 33 8 42 419 413 4 04 clear and brilliant 863 GraphopheBes Manufactured under tha rtiiU of Hell Talntar Edison and MardonaM Our Fttabtiilime nt U henil qunrten uTttaft world for Talking Jitclilnri and Talking Machluo BappUes Wrlta or caUUogu COLUMBIA PHONOGRAPH CO Dept arc seld ler ieund USEFUL PREMIUMS Are given club raisers and good paying commis- Â¬ sion are allowed agents Dally Courier Journal 1 Year Dally and Sunday 1 Year Sunday alone 1 Year 9 00 916 9 21 9 25 S600 S800 1161 1165 12 02 932 939 1209 947pm 1217 964pm 1224 30 Jaoo Mattlnely 8 07 3 33 Griffith 8 02 329 Stanley 7 68 3 26 Worthington 7 52 3 20 Reada 745 313 Spottsville 7 38 3 07 Bassett 7 31 301 010pm 1240pm ar HenHern I v 715am 2 46pm 1135am 1146pm 827 818 363 344 010 Pennsylvania Avenue Washington D O Chicago Paris New York Philadelphia St Louis Washington Buffalo Baltimore Twice-a-Wee- k And The VTSTT Courier Journal WlSVKr BU The following is a summary of the Washington agricultural departments report of agriculture in foreign countries for October The Hungarian ministry of agricul- Â¬ ture and the several commercial au Â¬ thorities have issued their estimates ol the worlds wieat crops of 1808 The Beerbohm estimate is tqulyalent to 2640000000 buBbela of sixty pounds in tha grand total varying but little from the Hungarian ofllclal estimate Wheat Mp of India for 1808 as ofliclally report- Â¬ ed amounted to 242021280 bushels that I 1807 102007483 bushels while the annual average for the previous five years was 22d440080 Ofllclal figures on area show an Increase of 680172 aca in France of 218080 acres in the United Kingdom 183800 in Ontario Canada b4 147350 la Manitoba In areas under wheat The eatlBsate of production given in table published with the report make tha crop el 1808 ih largest on record best the worlds reserve stocks had run xrewely low before the harvest Wis Hie GREGORY WharfBiasters CLOVERPORT GO KENTUCKY Both one Year II Trains Nos 41 and 41 make connection at Ir vlngton dally except Sunday with trains to and from ilardinsburg and Kordsville Branch Only Una running Parlor Cars between Louis vllle Owensboro and Henderson Only direct line to the North and East For further information call on or address Agents or H C MORDUK A G P A Louisville Ky NEWS B 4O B East 0S W RT For Only 125 Trains leave Louisville aa follows A S W RAILWAY TlnrlnnH St Louis and the Wast No jo No 16 No 18 Lv Loulsvill a 3jam Ssjam Ar Cincinnati 6 45am 11 55am 605pm Ar Columbus ii I jam JSSPra 11 ojpra Ar Pittsburg 8sjpm 7 ijim Ar Washington 6 Jo am Ii soara Ar Baltimore y joam 2opm Ar Philadelphia 1013am 3 40 pin Ar New York la onn JSSPm Ar Boitoit 3 oopm oojpra Nraln No it has elegant Pullman Buffet Parlor Car to Cincinnati and Drawing room Sleeper and dining cars Cincinnati to Washington Baltimore Philadelphia and New York without change Train No 18 has elegant Pullman Parlor Car to Cincinnati and Pullman Drawing room and dining cars Cincinnati to New York without change Train No so has sleepers 10 Cincinnati open- - at 9 oclock to receive psssengers Steamboat Agents Packet Line Vut Hall Lin Hetwoa Louisville and Evansville STEAM KK3 Local Airents Homestead Fertilizer Company and Vehave made a special clubbing arrangement with the TwIccaWeek CouricrIournaland will send that paper and ours for the price named to all our subicrlbers who will renew and pav In ad Â¬ vance or to all new subscribers who will pay in advance Sample copies Courier Journal lent Irte on application All subscriptions under thla oiler must be sent to tha Standard Dealer In Oil Company BRECKENRIDGE NEWS E G EAGON F Ring ont the old Eln U tos norr King out the falM Blag Utba true We bring to you the new and true frora tb plney forests of Norway M Doors Sash Blinds Yellow Pine Floor Rjta MaiUr W A Blihop Pariar j TARASCON D Ii Fenny Matter L T Conner Parser ing and Ceiling Weather Boarding Shingles Salt Lime Cement LathB Plaster Plastering Hair Plow Handles Bricks Etc Estimates Furalsaed for Bulldlan Billdlng Material d t IS My Specialty HORSE -- SHOEING t DR BELLS Pine-Tar-Honey TELL CITY 1 R II Ballard Master W D Newbell Parser TIN castor mm ton Beam the 1 a f X asvjsfaivBWad sw v aiis Natures most natural remedy Improved by science to a Pltasaat Permanat Pesltlre Cure for coughs colds and all Inflaaed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes The sore weary cough worn Lungs are exhila rated j the microbe bearing mucus is cut out the caute of that tickling is removed and thelnfUmed membranes are healed and soothed so that there Â¬ P D STAGGS Stllr axeept Hatarday batwaen Loulirllls and Haw Ajnittrdam Vralglt iblppt by this Hat delivered qulok r than by rail Trarslers will Sad tha steamers art uoiur passed la aqulpmsnt sad accommodations Tha bast eullnarr arc emplojad as cooks and h ssaau U atial to that of tha bast hotels oBm ITS and ITS 4th Arena J HaHunsche i The TAILOR with But I can do all kinds of iLACKSMITHINQ WAGON MAKING AND GENERAL REPAIRING in tip top stylo I guarantee all mjr work When you need anything in my line consult me St Levis Springfield aad the Wnt t LouliviUe No so ajjam N010 8ajani 11 gsopa 9 33am a ni No 44 Ar Springfield 8 40pm North Vernon accomodation leaves at Charlestown accommodation laavea except Sunday Trains Nos 16 so and 44 have elegant day coaches Pullman parlor and sleeping cars to St Louis From East 7 sj sum ta 13 noon 640 p as is S3 a in 3 so a m From West y s a m is 1 j p m 6 40 p m City Ticket oMca southeast corner Fourth and Main streets Depot Seventh and river rsfarding rataa tlm on FoLdi connecting lints sleeping parlor dining cars etc ddJ5 RS 8ROWN or swtcs s asaand 1Mala Agent Si S o S W Rv kw 4th or J M CHKSSBROUGH Passe A OHU dally iUnm TRAINS ARRIVE WILL PAUL IrrlBetas Xy Aiwtp BNtiit fmtfl CGLvriX2ZZ inn v nial to 1 othwhw uqr nuucdjrYfennvwiw Ml HmTuin is no inclination to cough 6LD BY ALL OOD BO jhmI jMet ettUaO jy C SURE YOU GET DRUtT Slaea 4ef LwtUTllIa D Will be in Clover port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month FOE SALE SEEDS Genuine Missouri White Casper May Co OANKILTON IKD nnui Oenl IvKy HaMe K SIIHI li a Mnit 4 h PKNNT W W HITK ov wiiu41tp 8pl x fw OwMsboN Ky J and Cloyer ItyeOrchard Orae8Wheat SaaaraJ Passenger Agent Crainnai Cnu OMo P DUTSOHKE HOLT KKNTUOKY yrup CstTliTrSMIl 4aHJHIM FROM FOOT TO KNEE Ohio Woman Suffered Great Agony From a Terrlblo Sore Her Story of the Case and Her Cure For many yean I was afflicted with a BillXlcinJ a low yearn agu tt brokuout In a aore anil Bpruad from my foot to my knee I Buttered rtat agony It would burn and itch all tho time and discharge a great deal My health wa good with tho exception of this sore I tried a great many kinds of salve but some would lrrltato tho sore so that I could hardly stand tho pain I could not go near tho fire without suffering intensely Borne one sent me papers containing testimonials of euros by Hoods Sarsaparllla and I told my husband I would liko to try this mod iclne He got mo a bottle and I found It helped me I kept on taking it until my 1 cannot limb was completely healed praise Hoods Sarsaparllla enough for tho great benefit it has been to me It cleanses tho blood of all impurities and Mrs Auna E leaves it rich and pure Eaken Whittlesey Ohio Yoo can buy Hoods Sarsaparllla of all druggists Be euro to get only Hoods Hoods jj PUIS favorite family haruc Irlco 25c TWENTY YEARS AGO J A heavy frost fell on Saturday October 12 1878 It was rumored twenty years ago that Jo M Lalf eist had taken a trip to Louis vlllo to get married Capt J M White went to New Orleans to take charge of the steamer J M White the largest boat on western waters Cloverport boys who were in those days used musk as perfumery and they could be smelted a furlong away Hon T T Crittenden who was raised in Cloverport and who afterward be catno governor of Missouri was running for congress in Missouri M Hamman while returning from a funeral was thrown from the hearee and Dad his right shoulder badly dislocated and his head fearfully gashed Smith and Heard conducted the Har dinsburg and Cloverport express It made tri tveekly trips and connected with the mall boats for Louisville and Evans ville On Monday evening October 14 1878 A A Lalleist was married to Miss Alice Miller Kev J L Edrington offici Â¬ ating The happy couple took a bridal tour on a steamer John Bender advertised himself as a doctors helper He did cupping bleed Â¬ ing tooth pulling hair dying at all hours and in the most approved manner His office was in the Cloverport Hotel On the morning of October JOth 187S a lire occurred which destroyed the wagon factory and blacksmith shop of J L Miller the shingle spokestave factory Meyers and and cooper shop of Woods the cooperage of J W Steele loss 3800 Incendiarism was supposed to be the cause Then as now after a fire the people clamored for waterworks and fire fighting apparatus Truth wears well People have learn- Â¬ ed that De Witts Little Early Risers are reliable little pills for regulating the bowels curing constipation and sick headache Haynes They dont gripe Short PARM A 1M Nil Ml STftrtf Wilt 52 Some of the corn in shock has been badly damaged by the damp weather Within CO years the commercial fertil- Â¬ izer industry in the U S has grown from nothing until at present 35 to 40 million dollare worth are used anually Over 3000 cattle at Mt Sterling on Court day First class feeders sold at 4 J cents majority of sales at 4 to 4 cents good yearlings selling at 4 to 5 J II Baughman of lioyle county sold to J M Wakefield of Washington Ind jack for 300 I T Fox a for Jr sold to same party a four-year-o-ld 125 About 150 cattle sold at Stanford on Court day Best price for steers 4 cents heifers dull at 3 to 3 cents But little butcher stuff sold which brought -- J to 3 cents Tiie Qeneral Land Office has just issued a statement to the effect that at the pres- Â¬ ent time there are 670308274 acres of unappropriated and unreserved public land in the United States exclusive of Alaska Koports from the wheat fields of the North west are discouraging In Mani Â¬ toba only about 8000000 bushels of a wheat crop of 120000000 bushels hue beeu thrashed and the balance standing in shocks and stacks is threatened with destruction Sheep quickly foul their quarters when kept In confinement and their bedding should therefore be changed frequently They must be kept clean and dry if we would have them thrive and in constant gooilliealth Good judges who have seen a good deal of the liurley crop of Kentucky say it is not good in color and much of it will be of nondescript grades The man- Â¬ ufacturers will have to hustle for whats in sight of the old crop with any color The Weed The news reaches us that the farm rs are sowing a large acreage of wheat this The sale of ferUllzar has Incrtased fall this year over what it has ever been b fore The results from it have been very satisfactory in wheat crop and the farmer finds his great bonanza in it when there is a good season An official of the Santa Fe railroad Is quoted as saying that the last flour mill in Topeka Kan has shut down for the want of wheat to grind It Is estimated that MYMty Mye nill la the State are idle from thM we It hi said that fie farmers are holding 70000000 bushels of wheat because money Is plentiful and they look for better prices GENERAL NEWS ft The estimated R7omgo yield of corn per aero for tho entire State of Kentucky is bushels These are the official 1 1 Yellow fever is on the decrease in the figures of tho State Agrlc tltdral Com south This In tJ bushels per acre mtsstonerfl The decrease in the registry of roored greater than the 181HJ average This av Â¬ voters in Louisville Amounts to WOGQ erage for the western section Is 31 bush Â¬ Two thousand miners at Pittsburg Pa els Thoro will be no lack of the pro- Â¬ have gone out oa a strike Trouble is duct of tho corn Hold this year feared William Willi of Dayton Ky Jell A Clever Trick It certainly looks like it but there is Blxty feet from a moving train and was really no trick about it Anybody can not hurt Don Carlos the Spanish pretender is try it who has Lame Back and Weak said to be arranging for n hold move to Kidneys Malaria or nervous troubles Wo mean he can cure himself right siezi the throne away by taking Electric Bitters This n Lot Unison railroad man at medicine tones up tho whole system Somerset Ky was mashed to death acts as a stimulant to the Liver and Kid between two cars noya Is a blood purifier and nerve tonic Rev A B Simpson formerly a Louis It curie Constipation Headache FaintÂ¬ ville minister has raised 1000000 for ing Spells Sleeplessness and Melancholy missions In the past ten years It is purely vegetable a mild laxative Dozens of French Missionaries and and restores the system to its natural vigor Try Electric Bitters and be con- Chineso Catholics have been massacred vinced that they are a miracle worker and burned to death by the Chinese It Is alleged that Charles Henning a Every bottle guaranted Only 50c a bot- Â¬ book keeper of the Bank of Louisville tle at Short Haynes has stolen 10000 from that institution Porto Rico is now a part ot the United AIMMA1C nn THR TfiWN 8 States The neople are well satisfied with Ueueral Brooke tho military gov- Â¬ ernor A local punster poked his head inside The city of Urbaua Ohio must pay the door of Staders meat market the the heirs of Ullck Mitchell who was other day and called out lynched there the sum of 5000 damCan a cowhide here 7 Henry went the punster one better by ages Mrs Carter Manis of Anderson Ind answering has broken the record She Is only forty No but calfskin years of age but is the mother of thirty John Vest has his private opinion of children Dr Simons age Speaking of the items II C Bailey of Cvnthiana was elect- Â¬ that appeared in the News under ed Grand Junior Warden of the Masonic the caption Twenty Years Ago Mr Graud Lodgd of Kentucky at Louisville Vest said Thursday When Dr Simons went to Lewlsport The cattle market is on a boom At twenty years ago to start a tin shop he least 11000 head have changed hands nt made me a tin rattle box as a toy This Winchester Ky on the basis of 4 cents will give you some idea as to how much per pound younger I am than Dr Simons Lieutenant Hobson lias succeeded in Robert O Mattlngly of Balltown was raising the Spanish war ship Maria in town the other day As he was Teresa and she is now a part of the leaving the city he happened to catch United States navy On a trial trip of the Torpedo Boat sight of Attorney Hal O Murray and ho Davis at Astoria Oregon she burst her called out to the latter Oh Mr Murray aro you going to boilers and three members of her crew were Bcalded to death see into those cases at Balltown 7 Hal who had not heard of the coses C Roache sixty five years oi age ol inquired Trenton Todd county was found burn What cases ed to a crisp in the smoking ruins of his Mr Mattingly answered eg cases dwelling Thursday Foul play is suspect- Â¬ and rode away without smiling ed E W Radford who is wanted for Colonel William Asliby the only suc forgeries amounting to 1000 in Barren cessul cultivator of fish and ginseng county was captured at Ovvensboro He was in the city the other day and was was drunk and gave himself away on the buttonholed by a local politician train In the course of his remarks the poli- Â¬ A Bensation has been sprung at San tician said I tell you what Bill the Francisco by tho young lady students at republican party muBt get rid of the a medical college in tlmt city using hu Â¬ trusts and monopolies man skin to make purses and belts which In other words remarked Bill Ash they wear by to the politician you want the Admiral Dewey has confiscated two republican party to go out of politics insurgent vessels for carrying the rebel A terrible state One of the best housekeepers in this flag in Philipine wators of anarchy exists in the Southern PhilH city was complaining the other day of the trouble she had with her colored pine islands Drunk but not insane were the servant Her friend listened to her tale of woe words on a note left by John II Seeley and said sympathetically I suppose of Scheuectacdy N Y explaining his ou have the same trouble with your suicide at Columbus Obio Ho did a help that I have with mine When you thorough job He took poison cut his give an order it goes in one ear and out arteries and Bitot himself the other In a race war at Fort Worth Texas No said the good housekeeper negros killed Hope Adams candidate for my help cannot get anything through sheriff of Tarrant county on tho White her head that easy Mens Union ticket The sheriff has asked Governor Culberson to send Frank Payne was talking to Major soldiers to preserve order General Aleck Robinson the other day and he said to that distinguished gentleIt May Save Your Life man of color A dose or two of Foleys Honey and Aleck I see that the government is Tar will prevent an attack of pneumo- Â¬ going to send all the negro troops to nia grip or severe cold if taken in time Cuba and they will be placed at the Cures coughs colds croups LaGrippe front hoarseness difficult breathing whoop Fo1 de Lawda sake Massa Payne inn cough incipient consumption asth Â¬ what am de guvment goln to do dat ma or Lronchitis Gives positive relief faw Why am it goin to put the cullud in advanced stages of consumption asth soldiers at de front ma or bronchitis Guaranteed AU Because they are fast black and Fisher Cloverport R A Shellman wont run said Frank Stephensport Gordon Haynes Pates You invite disappointment when you ville E A Witt Haidinsburg experiment De Witts Little Early Risers are pleasant easy thorough little pills They cure constipation and sick head Â¬ MATTERS POLITICAL jj ache just as sure as you take them 0 fc Haynes Short Â¬ SSCS43Sa4j RUSHING TIMES WITH US 4 f Thin business 1ms boon established for ycara and has had nn exten Â¬ sive trado nil tho while but last weok we surpassed all previous re Â¬ cords and did tho largest business in its history This is vory satisfac Â¬ tory to us and wo certainly appreciate tho lurgu trado wo aro getting It proves boyond a doubt that our facilities for handling a large business arc not oxcollcd The merchant who buys in largo quantities pays cash and saves all discounts and sells fur cash is certainly tho ono who can and will savo you monoy on your purchases Head our prices and bo convinced Remember the Main Question Which is Who is tho cheapest and most reliable dealer in Groceries Drugs and Notions in Brecjcen ridge county Hundreds of people know- tho answer and will tell those that inquire that it - Dry Goods Hoosier Cotton Bolt jjfc Trjon Cotton Holt 440 I0 4 Shratlnir tiOOt ijc Good lfnen Toweling yJjC Heavy lied Ticking Isjfc Ileit Table Oil Clolh food Heavy Comfort for 69c Good Heavy Jeans 15c food Heavy lllanlceti 15c to 12 Shoes and Boots Saturday we sold over 100 pairs How will that do for one Well we evidently hare what you want So come along with the pro-Â¬ ftst ilat cession and he shod isc Furniture and Stoves That big car load Is not gone but going fatt If you need Chairs Ilediteads Dressers Ilurtaus Safes Tables Wardrobes Sofas Cook or Heating Moves remember we are headquarters and will give you price that are hard to duplicate Dress Goods and Trimmings Cashmrres Henriettas Serges All styles and plices Latest Novelties In Braids Silks and Velvets In M A great variety lancy Illack Coodn Suitings etc Clothing Overcoats all price quali Millinery and Cloaks The very large trade we are having in tMs de Â¬ partment speaks volumisf r Its being In every respect and certainly shows that we are making prices that pleases the ladies Do not fail to visit this department QGSiWiGfXiSd Knee Suit 7c and up School Suits f 17s and up Mens Suits 2 nnd up Iant any old price Overcoats for Hoys and Men ties and kind Mclntoshes ft 40 and up E A WITT HardinsMrg Ky To verify the correctness of the answer come and examine our goods and get our p rices wheth- er ready to buy or not All we ASK as a Starter is a CALL A purchase will follow quite Â¬ We got in a car load beforo the advance was put on it We so much of it on hands and as our room is limited wo will guar 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 Limo or Cement at very lowest cash prices htifi V We will get a car load from the South in a few weeks and will be prepared to make some very low prices Watch our advertisements for further notico on tho lumber question All kinds of Produce taken in exchange for goods naturally a Very Respectfully COUNTRY Co PEOPLE h V WILSONJONES Successors to Wilson 1 FORDSVILLE - KENTUCKY VERMIFUGE lloat In Quantity Deit In Quality We give the highest price in cash or trade for your produce Â¬ ORMS WHITES CREAM E A WITT HARDINSBURG KY us Fur r alo by A For 20 Years Has Led all Worm Remedies WE58NEB AZ1X1 DXHTG OXBOS rreriby SOID BY JAMES F BALLARD St Louis It Flutter Clovurpott Ky I 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