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THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS KIT ALL THE NE1WS THATS A REMARKABLE TO PRINT VOL XXHI DISTRESSING ACCIDENT Well Known McDanlels Lady Badly Hurt By a Buggy CLOVEKPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 2 1898 NO 16 MIRACULOUS ESCAPE Miss Bessie Hambleton Into a Well Falls WOULDNT HEAR IT Judge Owen Declines the Motion for a Madamus Mr Will Put Jollys Name Under The Log Cabin SOW A YOUNO Raised FOUND A BABY Eighteen Years 2000 Old and Has Worth of Pigs GENIUS Prominent Ohio County People Have a Strange Kid at Home Mr and Mrs N O Daniel are a prom Â¬ inent old couple at r jmwell Ohio county Their children aro all grown M Her Crle For Assistance Brought Replies No After a Terrible Effort She Succeeds CUnfalng Out ef a Thlrty Foot Hele In f A THRILLING EXPERIENCE On last Wednesday overling Miss JSeeste Hambloton mot with an accident that but for her presence of mind and an almost miraculous combination of If circumstances would have caused her death in a most shocking manner About four oclock in the evening she went to- - hor rear of the Presbyterian churcboffwhlch she is a member to put some things in order She was ignorant of the fact that there was an abandoned well back of the church and as sue stepped on the de- Â¬ cayed planks that had been placed over the top of the well s a cover they gave way and she fell into the well The fact that there was about seven feet of water in the hole saved her from break- Â¬ ing her limbs As she was falling the thought came into her mind that the air In the well was poisonous and she refrained from This undoubtedly gave her breathing body buoyancy and prevented her from sinking in the water When she fell she had presence of mind enough to grasp some protrudiug stones in the wall and she held onto these while she called for assistance After calling at the top of her voice for quite a while and receiving no replies she determined to climb out This she accomplished after a long and difficult struggle Unlike most girls when she reached the top she did not faint or go into hys Â¬ She immediately weut to the terics home of her aunt Mrs D R Murray where filfe obtained a change of raiment and then returned to her home at the The Yellow Lake correspondent of the News says Mrs Fred Fralze got badly hurt at Mr Tom Cannons last Wednesday evening and has boon unable to be moved homo since tho accident She and Miss Mary Halfey drove down to Mr Cannons to speud the evening and after they had gotten out of the buggy Mrs Fraize dis-Â¬ covered her cape lying beneath the wheeh and stooDed to pick it up just as Miss Haffey started on with the horse to hitch it notseeinc Mrs Fralzes position and the buggy knocked her down the fall resulting in tearing thomuBcleof her leg loose froom the bone from the hip joint to the knee Mrs Fruizes condi- Â¬ tion 1b very helpless she having got thrown from her horse several years ago and Iter other leg broken from which she had never tnlirely recovered dreathouse A LARGE CONTRACT Breckenridge County Flour Being Shipped to Porto Rico Star R Her Mills of this City plying That market Cloverport is enjoying the benefits of expansion The acquisition of Forto Rico has opened up a new market for Hour made in Cloverport H A Oelze A Bros proprietors of tlio Star Roller Mills of this city shipped a carload of their flour to Atlanta this week from whore it will be shipped to Pensacola to be loaded ou vessels and transported to Porto Rico This is ono of a series of consignments that will bo made duriug the coming winter The Porto Ricaus use all grades of flour and there is a demand for all the brands turned out by the Star Mills The flour is shipped in huge burlap bags made especially for tliis ubo The bags will hold 280 and 500 pounds each of the and are similar to those staff of life used for shipping wool the difference being in the fact that the meshes of the ttour sacks are much moro finely woven and prevent the flour from sifting out The prospects are that the Porto Rician demand for Breckenridgo county flour will increasd as the market develops All the local product destined for shipment to the Antilles will go by way of Atlanta which promises under the new order of things to become one of the largest export rg cities in tho United States Â¬ Sup- Â¬ Fisher place The well was futiy thirty feet in depth aud it seems miraculous that she escaped alive Miss Bessie bos established the factjthat the has the coolness presence oi mind and the Belt reliance that characterises heroines the lead The people seem to like this old reli ibe cough medicine and we dont blame them It Is the bet remedy for a deep seated cough or cold and will affect a cure In onn day Br Balls Cough Syrup is still in People We Know for Firty Cents Clint Tucker of Breckenridge county Guaranteed tobacco bablt cure makes weak who enlisted with tho 3rd Tenn some men strorur blood pure 60c tl All druggists time ago is at homo on a furlough He UVEDNEAR FLORAL stopped oyer here Friday night with his cousin A R Tucker Clem Fisher and Clem Moorman of Hancock Man Arrested For Horse StealBreckenridge county spent last week ing in Daviess here with their aunt Mrs W I DoHav en and were accompanied home by their Web Shadrick who was arrested sev- Â¬ sisters Miss Nannie Fisher and Miss Bessie Moorman Millwood cor G ray eral months ago on a charge of horse stealing but who was released on account sen Gasette of not being able to prove the ownership Aconghisnot like a fever It does has been indicted in Daviess county and Â¬ not have to run a certain course Cure re arrested He was captured lost Mon day at Tell City and taken to Oweneboro Â¬ it quickly and effectually with Ono Min ute Cough Cure the best remedy for all where he is now in jail Shadrick hails ages arid for the most severe cases We from near Floral in Hancock county and recommend it because its good Short has served several terms in the county jail for hog stealing and other larcenies A Haynea Â¬ The motion of W T Fowler of Hop klnsvlllo against N S Greathouse coun- Â¬ ty clerk of Hancock county for a writ of mandamus to compel him to place the name of W T Fowler on the official l allot under the log cabin as tho Repub- Â¬ lican nominee for Congress in this disÂ¬ trict came uo for hearing at Oweneboro Friday morning shortly before ten oclock before Judge Owen Mr Fowler was present with his attorneys Captain Ellis and Eugene 0 Vance of Hawes Mr Vance arose and told the vllle court that he desired to make a motion and thereupon read the notice served upon X S Greathouse stating that he would move the court for a writ of man damuB After Mr Vance had finished reading the notice he stated to the court that he desired to mako a motion and read the petition to the court Judge Owen then said I have no doubt of the authority given this court uuder the section of the statute as cited iu the no- Â¬ tice to grant any appropriate temporary order of this kind Recently a suit was instituted in this court by Mr Geo W Jolly pgtlnst Fowler and others asking for a restraining ordtr and for reasons affecting Mr Jolly and myself and other reasons amply sufficient to myself I de- Â¬ clined then and refused to hear the mo- Â¬ The motion was heard before tion Judge Dorsey at Henderson and after Â¬ wards heard before ono of the judges of the court of appeals the result of which is known to everyono The matters at isauo in this notice affect Mr Jolly and he is personally interested although he is not a defendant in this action The reasons that I assigned for not hearing the restraining order still continue in my mind and with all due respect to the attorneys and litigants I most earnestly and respectfully decline and refuse to hear auy motion in this matter aud without making any suggestion as to any other mode of procedure Capt Ellis naked Judge Owen to put in writing his reasons for refusing to hear the case Judge Morrison one of the attorneys for Greathouse desiring to re- Â¬ lieve the court of as many burdens as possible objected because he said there was no authority and he was not com- Â¬ pelled to do so under the law Capt Ellis was seen after the matter had beon determined He said he could not say what would be done but added that the reporter might say that what- Â¬ ever happened the name of W T Fowler would be on the ballot in Hancock coun Â¬ ty and that it would ce under the log cabin In closing his remarks he said significantly For further particulars see E 0 Vance A Co on the day of the day of the election Mr Sam White who recently made a vsit to Ohio county furnished the KHz abethtowti News with the following re- Â¬ markable Item Jos A Thomas of flartford has a sow that Is eighteen years old that has raised on an average of fourteon pigs a year and tho sow is in flue condition nt present and promises to make another fortune This bow Is a cross between the Black Berkshire and Chester White She bids lair to ratso another family soon Mr Thomas nays at a low esti Â¬ mate he has sold 2000 worth of hogs from this sow She 1b medium siz Mr Thomas black and white spotted says he has raised his family with her and has now given her to his son since his marriage to raise his family with Mr Thomas has a horso the same ace of tho sow The horso is a colt of old Mack Lacky owned by Warren Bethel and sold to Z Wayne Grlfllu lie Is the Editor Illustrator and Printer of a Unique Hapcr and married and they are themselves comfortably fixed for the march down RoVal Baking Powder Made from pure cream of tartar The Only Boy In the World Who the hill of llfo A day or two ago they found on their doorstep a girl baby Publishes a Meteorloglcil about Uo mouths old On tho basket Journal which held the little one was a note A STUDENT OF THE HEAVENS Breckenridge county has many brignt youths but one if ho lives will telipse them all as n scientist He is Isaac Whitworth who lives at Garfield a little town on the branch road near llardinsburg in this county Isaac is the editor illustrator and printer of a monthly paper called the Illustrated Monthly Weather Observ- Â¬ er treating on astronomy meteorolcgy aud the physical features of the earth A copy of this wonderful paper is now For burns cuts brulBes lacerations or In the possession of the Bbkckknbiikie injuries of any drscrlption BALLARDS Nkas SNOW LINIMENT isasovereignremedy Speaking of Isaac Whitworth tho It never fails to do goad and so prompt- Â¬ Courier Journal says ly that Its wonderful curative properties To boys owning printing presses it frequently create surprise Price 25 and may not seem very wonderful to edit 60 cts A R Fisher and print a paper but Isaac has no press he does all the work with a steel pen A FREAK MELON TJh sheet which measures about 12x18 Inches is a marvel in execution Had Citrons That Are Natural Exponents of Lanrenci lived before the age of print Â¬ The A B Cs ing presses he could have hoped to rival the monks of that period so famous for Pell vllle Hancock County can pro- Â¬ their pen work Ah it is there can be duce more freaks and curiosities in the no doubt that genius such as his will vegetable line than any other place upon It ad him to the front in both science the habitable globe A prominent farm- and art Tho feature work of his paper em- Â¬ er in that locality has succeeded in rais- Â¬ ing a species ol citron the outside rind brace such topics as Position of the of which can be usetl for educational Solar System in Space Lawrence purposes The rind is marked with all Withwoilhs Weather Forecast for each Weather Record for each the letters of the alphabet The letters month are traced by nature iu white on a dark month as it was in our yicinity Iner- Â¬ asking Mrs Daniel to take the child and raise it and invoking the blessing of heaven on her No one knows where the child came from FINE VEIN OF COAL Saf eguards the food against alum Alum baking powdos are the greatest menacers to health of the present day ncrtu swiNa Kwot oo wtw yosx Splendid Outoropplng on Fays Farm Near Dukes Dukea correspondent for the News says Wo were shown tho other day on tho farm of James Fay the finest cropping of cool we have yet seen where the branch has washed and left eight or ten inches of tho finest quality with sufllciont cropping on the side of branch to make the cropping twenty four inShes in view The A GREAT NIMR0D Thousands of Possums and Rab- Â¬ bits Snared by Henry Fisher He Has Indian Blood In Him and Knows All About Varmints One of Cloverports most peculiar char Â¬ acters is Henry Fisher half negro half Indian Henry Is very proud of the fact that he has aboriginal blood in hla veins and points with pride to his Cherokee ancestors Fisher makes his living by doing odd jobs about town and by hunting and fishing during the seasons Now that the cool frosty mornings have made their appearance Henry can be seen trudging home from the woods loaded down with opossums and rabbits He rarely uses a rifle depend ing upon his snares a hatchet and his knowledge of woodcraft to bag his game The opossum crop is unusually large this year and as the persimmons are as thick as huckleberries in the forest tho animals are feasting on them They are as fat as youug shoats and their diet gives their llesh a remarkably fine flavor Henry says they approach his ideal of perfection During the course of the yearhetrars from 1500 to 2000 rabbits and opossums flo sells them to local consumers aud sometimes makes a ship ment to Louisville Â¬ How to Prevent a Cold After exposure or when you feel a cold coming on take a dose of Foleys Honey and Tar It never falls A R Fishor Cloverport It A Shellman Stephensport Gordon A Haynes Patea vllle E A Witt llardinsburg Hoop Pole Industry Aotlve Tho hoop pole season has arrived and the industry in this section Is quite active L D Addison of Addison turns out a large quantity of this product every year and ships the hoops to New Or- Â¬ leans where they are used on sugar bar rela He now has in his employ twenty skilled lioop shavers turning out hoops ou an extensive contract The sale of the poles gives the farmers in this section a fine source of revenue for what would otherwise be a waste product RAISED THEM jfo WILL LIFT THE DEBT City Fathers Go the Limit and One Dealer In Booze Passes The city dads o Irvington are deter Â¬ mined to get a larger revenue for the sale of liquor in that town To gain this end they have raited the licenses on jag factoles to five hundred dollars peryear Two of the salooniBts have stood pat but one J W Beauchamp has passed and he is nt longer iu the business Xate to bed and early to rise prepares a man for his home in the skies But early to bed and a Little Early Riser the pill that makes life longer and better and wiser Short A Haynea Qood Demand Daniel Dick tho proprietor of the Addleon iljuriug mills makes a product that Is Bald to be unexcellid by those who ubo it The flour is made of selected wheat by the very latest machinery and has a splendid flavor and fine substance The demand has become to great for it that ho is now shipping his Hour to quite a number of towns along the river Â¬ Overcome evil with good Overcome your coughs and colds with One Minute Cough Cure It is so good children cry for it It cures croup bronchitis pneu- Â¬ monia grippe and all throat and lung diseases Short A Hayues A1ATTERS 53SS POLITICAL At the close of tho morning sorvicca nt the Presbyterian church Sunday Itov McDonald Bynodical evangelist for Uub synod announced to tho membors of tho church that ho desired them to remain They complied with Iub wish and their hearts woro gladdened by the an- Â¬ nouncement he mado to tho eflect that the Synodical Board had decided Dr Bulls Cough Syrup is a great to lift tho debt on the beautiful new church erected by tlin Presbyter Â¬ medicine of Intrinsic worth It removes a cough or ians in this city The amount to bo appropriated for this purpose cold quickly and cures severe throat and lung affec Sold by all approximates tions In an astonishing short time 1250 and will relievo the burden that hangs over tho druggists for 5 cts church Tho Btructuro is ono of the most beautiful of its kind in tho One Minute Cough Cure cures That Is whst It wu made for Ohio Valley and tho Presbyterians of this city aro to be congratulated LARGE STOCK SALES upon the happy outcomo of their labors Â¬ Thirty seven governors as many State Legislatures and a new House of Repre- Â¬ sentatives will be elected November 8 Luclan Becker of Winchester is men Â¬ tioned for the Democratic nomination for State Superintendent of Public In- Â¬ struction Senator Lindsay expresses the opinion that the next Congress will be close and that the Democrats and Fusionists have a chance to control it Some Extensive Hog Shipments From This County lsssAAAAAssssAssssssisssVssJsmAsttssAAAA Burled Near Hltes Run Mr and Mrs R 0 Gumming Miss Lucy Burdette Jeff Burdette On en Burdette Henry 8 Taylor Mark Taylor and Rev ZeckTaylor of Onensboro ac- Â¬ companied the remains of Thomas Bur- Â¬ dette to this city from Oweneboro Thursday morning The funeral was conducted in the afternoon the inter- Â¬ ment being at the old Burdette burying ground near Hites Run Delays Are Dangerous Many of your friends or people whom you know of have contracted consump- Â¬ tion pneumonia or other fatal dlseaso by neglect of a simple cold or cough FoÂ¬ leys Honey and Tar a safe sure and pleasant cough medicine would have sayed them It is guaranteed A R R A Shellman Fisher Cloverport tkepbensport Gordon A Haynee Pates A Witt nardinsburg vllle Exchange yill H4V4 The manageis of the Cumberland Tele phone Company have notified the Nbws that they have completed their lines from Oweneboro to If aweevllle and will boou connect Cloverport with their en- Â¬ tire long distance system They will also make an effort to get up a local ex ebaBge there has not u yet been a full crop of wheat pat in the ground While it Is a little Ute yet there is no tkrabt that there will be more ol it yet mwM- It was the Intention of the farmers te put iaateJerably heavy crop bttt la his - On Net a Full Crop acceuatof he heavy raina this fall fieyltava bM disappointed ltatatt O 6Zmi jaoanxA llu wit flnv rae s Iki aan Tad mm ive -- - wsfpi Irvington has developed Into a fine Thursday two stock shipping center car loads of cuttle and hogs were shipped from that point to Louisville Taylor Bandy shipped seventeen hogs from An Old Soldier averaging 272 pounds Charlie Bandy Knox Ind Jan 14 1607 shipped ten averaging 230 Cardin Bros Gents I have every confidence in shipped thirty one averaging 180 Eli recommending your Syrup of Pepsin Johnson shipped two head and H Taber I am72 years of age and am broken seven head Tho prices on these ship Â¬ down the trouble having been brought ments ayerage 3 35 and 3 02 ou by my experience in the war Your Mrs Bennett of Irvington and Well medicine has done me more good than n ington Board a negro tenant on her hundred doctors and I am just about farm shipped forty two head of hogs well of stomach troubles averaging 260 pounds price 3 65 and Jefferson Wilhelm Ypurs truly 3 05 Ernest Henderson shipped twenty Aged Citizen Dead head of hogs average weight 303 price Ellsha Simmons one of the oldest and 307L most respected citizens in the county Silas Jordau shipped thirteen head o died at bis home at Garfield Wednt s hogs average weight 210 prico 3 05 day He was eighty years of age and William Hall shipped twenty one hogs his death was caused by senile decay average weight 200 pounds price 3 02 Mr Simmons was a man of fine char- John Lyddan fifteen bogs weight 250 acter His funeral occurred Thursday price 13 02 Dr Bell Kurtz twenty one and was largely attended Joe head average 200 price 3 02 Stewart eight head average weight 300 Constipation preveulsthe body from ridding Itself ol waste matter Dh Witts pounds price 3 07 CATTLK BALKS Little Early Risers will remove the trou- Â¬ ble and cute Slok Headache Biliousness Hardaway of Irvington pur- Â¬ Dick Inactive Liver and clear the Complex- Â¬ chased a car load ol cattle from the fol- Â¬ ion Small sugar coated dont gripe or lowing parties at the following prices cause nausea Short A Hayues Five steeis from Carden lost week Bros average weiaht 1000 pounds Dlptherla Epidemic price 3 20 to 3 60 from By Bandy one 8everal persous in from the Floral heifer weight 1100 price 3 50 R S neighborhood in Hancock county report Bandy two cows for 33 each ono cow that dlptherla iu a very mild form is from Jesse Herndon weight 1000 at epidemic there No deaths are reported 310 ono cow from John Gibson for 22 and all hcae sflllcted are getting on D 11 A NCI t HHiriUNTS nicely Robertson Bros of Glendean shipped two cars of hogs from Falls of Rough Has Moved te Peered to Louisville Saturday Dr Bawley the well known physician ii who has been located at Irvington for Thousands of men and women suffer some tiiao has moved to Penrod which from piles especially women with female place he will wake bis permanent home weakness have this suffering to cob When oY ssk for iitWItis VteU tend with la addition to their other TAILEKS BUCKEYE PILE Haul Salve dont accept a counterfeit or pain Imitation There are more caw of Ptles OINTMENT will quickly tffrct a care Prlee 50 eta iu bottles tabsa 76 eta A beiag cured by this then all otlutr R Fisher bluU Shett A Hayaesj Â¬ Â¬ m ii ft green background and are very distinct There Is some talk of growing the melons for educational purposes They can be used to great advantage in the primary schools as farmers children would pre- Â¬ fer to learn their lessons iu tho abca from a pie melon rather than from a book The people of Pellville have long been opposed to the American Book Trust and they will not rest content until they will be able to produce melons that will supplant all text hooks used In the schools from First Reader to the Latin Grammar This may be a fairy story but It comes from Pellville where all things aro prob- Â¬ able tin The Northeasters aud Other Great Storms of the United States etc These subjects are treated skillfully and show not only that he is a student of books but also that he is a real student of nature with the power of telling what he knows and bees Lawrence Whitworth has not had the advantages of education which our city boys have he has had no opportunities outside the district school and yet it is to be doubted whether any other boy of his years iu the State would be able or willing to do what he has dime He edits a paper of this kind every mouth finding great pleasure in thus expressing iu his own way tacts iu science m he learns them He Is without a doubt a genius In bis editorial he Bays Mauy great things Snyder Wellington are revealed by studying the star flecked On October 27tb near Stanloy Ky heavenB and throughout his paper he be rites of matrimony were solemnized proves this fact ou Mr J Frank Snyder and Miss Annie Weak Eyes Are Made Btrong Wedlngton at the M E church Quite a large turn out the church being dim vision mado clear styes removed crowded and granulated lids or sore eyes of any On tho brides and grooms appearance kind speedily and effectually cured by Miss Carrie Sherrer placed a march tho use of Sutherlands Eagle Eye which was well observed until the bride Salvo Its put up in tubes and sold on and groom came near the altar when a guarantee by all good druggists everything was still Rev F Gabower The Shortage Paid proceeded with the ceremony after The Hawesville Plalndealer says that which they took their departure to tho brides home and partook of the refresh Â¬ Mr W S Morrison of Owensboro was ments that awaited their arrival there Tuesday and as attorney for the Fidelity and Casualty company of Balti Â¬ Soothing healing cleansing DaWltts more paid tho amount ofSheriUFuquaa Witch Ilaxel Salve Is the implacable shortage to the bank and Henry Hsynes euemy of sores burns and wouuds It who held tho claims Several other never Mia to cure Piles You may re small accounts are out and these will be ly upon it Short A Haynee promptly paid Â¬ Jj The man who wants Csn get IjfljJUEhaC It is as pop ft m 441a Ay l it anywhere PLUCWÂ¬ Yield Was a Corker Joe Stewart who lives at the head Â¬ waters of Town Creek uear Addison has the honor of making the largest yield of Borghum of any other grower in the county Hu planted three quarters of an acre In cane and from this patch he managed to secure 330 gallons of sorghum syrup of remarkab y fine flayer Smmiu WjuUr Eilueata Your llowsls With Cmcsrsts Cnmly Cathartic ourn constlpatloa foreror 10a9 U C O O rsll druggists refund money Good Reads jflto KM Ywi Hew Alwyt BygM 3rmr Henry Dick of Addison has earned laurels as a road supervisor The work that he has done in District No 2 reÂ¬ flects groat credit upon his abilities Those who have traveled over the roads say that they are the beet worked throughfares In this eectlon of the coun Â¬ ty wtm ular as sunshine and almost as universal It satisfies that dry taste in the mouth better than anything else and you can buy a larger piece of Battle Ax forJ0cthan of any other kind of high grade quality Remember the name you buy again DsAVItta Witch Hazel Salve Biliousness them ryrfcct Couldn t do KIITS und findhave used Ihem for ome timo without them I mm now om lor Indigestion and bllloumcM and to OTcry ore plotolj cured Keeommcnd them tried you will never be without thorn In tie famllj Edw A MAltx Albany N Y W COST OF OUR WARS The Expenses of llic Civil War Were Great Our War With Spain Conducted Eco Â¬ nomically Uncle Hams expenses for the Spanish war sink into insignillcanco when com- Â¬ pared with tho cost of the conflict be Â¬ t TUB CUBAN DCBT Which Spain Is Trying To Have America Assume INTERESTING THIWS WOfrTHHOyiHS That a bag of hot fatid Bomotimcs re Â¬ lieves neuralgia That warm boiax water will remove dandruir That Bait ahoiild be eaten with nuts to aid dfgestlou That milk which stands loo long makes bitter butter That h hot Btroog lemonade taken at bedtime will bfteti break Up k cold That it real joii Iu sewing to change your position lrtqueully That rusty fhiirous should be rubbed over with beeswax and lard That a little soda water wilt relievo sick headache caused by indigestion That a cup of Btrong colleo wilt remove the odor of onions from the breath That tough meat is made tender by lying a few minutes in vinegar waier That a cup of hot water drunk before meals wilt frequently relieve nausea and dyspepsia That a fever patient can be made cool and comfortable by frequent sponging off witb soda water or salt water That cod tea should be saved for your vinegar barrel It sours easily and gives color and flavor That to beat tho white of eggs quickly Salt cools aud cold add a pinch of salt Exchange eges freth rapidly JIGURES bAOcom IMABf MANN CANDY CATHARTIC Thus far tho war with tween the state Oood Plraunt Bloaen Weaken or Orlp J0cc We Spain has cost 1875211641 or a fractionÂ¬ Plbl8 rownt Good Never over 11000000 per day since tho begin niiB rnUBTIPATION Ttri 811 ning of hostilities April 21 against the lrnt 7 Wti trn wil t jmaranted br alldrng enormous sum of 30G54ii425 during HUlQlAw gold and O UKJ Tobacco Ilablt the civil war or an average of 1085150 gists to per day The largest amount paid out in a sin Â¬ Breckenridge News gle day during the war with Spain was 1110000 July 28 or nearly enouglto WEDNF8DAY NOV 2 1893 construct and equip a first class battle Â¬ ship The next highest days were Sep- Â¬ CRIQI1T SAY1N0S tember 10 when 13775000 was spent and July It when a total of 3770000 Tho Views of Addison the Famous but the daily expense frequently ran Philosopher above the 3000000 mark Tho budget for tho four months of the present fiscal There Hro many more shining qualities year was 125112510 while the expend Â¬ in the mind of man but none is more itures for the whole fiscal vear of 1897 useful than discretion It is this indeed were only 83511713 and for this month which gives a value to all the rest the average of 1000000 per day was which sets them at work in their proper maintained In April the expenses for times and places and turns them to the the army and navy were considerable advantage of the person who is possessed above the normal figures when they Without it learning is ped- Â¬ reached nearly 19000000 May showed of them antry and wit imnertiuence Virtue a perceptible Increase when 2i000000 itself looks liko weakness the best parts was spent Juno saw a further increase only qualify a man to be more sprigntiy 29000000 passsng oyer the treasury in errors and active to his own prejudice counter and July showed the highest monthly expenditure of 13000000 Marvels of a Graphophone The next month witnesses a decrease One of the wonders of the end of the only 31000000 being spent but Sep- Â¬ century is the home Graphophone that tember reached nearly 32000000 and Mill reproduce any kind of music or any for the twenty two days of October the One can arrange a full program expenses were about 19000000 or bound of tho most attractive band orchestral or nearly 1000000 per day The total vocal music and vary it every evening disbursement of the government for the On the Graphophone one can record tho four months of the present fiscal year human voice or any sound and reproduce which included the civil list pension it at once You can keep the voices of payments and interest on the public your friends to be heard whenever you debt were 22J577114 The total re Â¬ wish Graphophones made for home ceipts were only 153744455 showing a entertainment can be bought as low as deficit of 09000001 for the fiscal year 10 Write for catalogue 110 to the The 3000000000 spent on the opera Â¬ PlIONOQIUllI COLUMMA Co No 910 tions of the army and navy during the Pennsylvania Ave Washington D 0 war of the rebellion iucludethe period of the first three months of 1801 when actManila Street Railways ive preparations for hostilities were be All the street cars in Manila were ing made and the last nine months of made in America The open cars are 1805 when the expenses of the govern- Â¬ thirteen feet six Inches long over dashers ment were unusually heavy and have a seating capacity of twenty passengers These cars aro drawn by A Sure Sign of Croup Philippine horses which are about the Hoarseness in a child that is subject to size of a Newfoundland dog and it was necussary therefore to make them ex- croup is a sure indication of the approach tremely light aud at the same timo of the of the disease If Chamberlains Cough berequired strength The street railway Remedy is given as soon as the child company is known as the Transvias de come hoarse or even after the croupy cough has appeared it will prevent the Filipinas attack Manv mothers who have croupy Lung Irritation children always keep this remedy at is the forerunner to consumption Dr hand and find that is saves them mucli will cuie it and trouble and worry llella It can always be de- Â¬ give strength to the lungs that a cough pended upon and is pleasant to take or cold will not settle there Twenty For sale by A D Fisher Cloverport It live cents at all good druggists A Shellman Stephensport Tt As a matter of fact with Ouba In her poBscsston Spain would bo iu no better The Worlds Production of Gold position to deal with the debt for under and Silver for 1897 her rulo even before the outbreak ol the last revolution therj was u coustaut deficit in the revenues of the island If The United States Leads the World she had been permitted to retain her In Mineral Wealth nominal sovereignty tho result would have been merely continued fiacrlllre The report of the Director of the Mint add additional buideus imposed upon on the worlds production of precious tho people of the Peninsula In other metals for tho calendar year 1807 shows words Spain without Cuba is better able a total output of 237501800 gold and to bear with this debt than she would be 200730300 hllver coinage value Tho with it Tho Economists of Madrid in amount of silver produced during the a recent number states the Cuban debt year 183OK000 ounces was the largest on August 15 as follows the figures being on record although tho output of the given in pesetas which may be roughly United States 63800000 ounces was converted at five pesetas to one dollar nearly 5000000 ounces le6s than that o 914089909 the previous year While many of tho Loans bearing Interest Obligations without Interest 315055401 larger silver mines of this country were 1307777000 closed during tho year the aggregate Debt in circulating notes off debt Total Cuban 2548122070 does not show a proportionate falling owing to the Increased outnut of silver In interest and annual redemptions as a by product of lead and copper this means a burden of 33000000 a year mines which amounted to eighty per or more than a fifth of the whole revenue cent of the total raised by Spain before lior trade was de- Â¬ Tho value of the gold produced in the stroyed by the war with the United United Htatee for tho year was 57303 PUBLIC odtSALE WILL X Friday November poll to tho 4 1 9 At my residence near Ekronj Ky highest and best tiidder and 1 all of my household furniture cultivators wagon mulo ttle 1 kitchen conÂ¬ farming implements plows 2 sisting of 2 self bindors buggy 1 moyvor 3 1 harrows surrey harness 1 etc All my livo stock consisting of 3 horses B0 4 mules yearling If head of hoga all my ca- Â¬ 130 Lots of oats and rye in field I acres of corn standing purchasers ryj Atl BPsspWslSBBiBBpnWs which will be sold in lots to suit Tonus of sale made known on day of salo States 000 which was an increase of 4275000 The over that of the previous year SAVED OUR LIFE South African ropublic produced 57 033801 n gain of 13854102 and for the It Hits the Spot 11 rat time iu forty years displaced the Do Not Neglect the Kidneys and When suffering from a severe cold and United States from the llrst place in the your throat and lungs feel sore take a gold producing countries of the world Bladder Gold or silver was produced in twenty dose of Foleys i Honey and Tar Disorder of these important organs five States and liess will bo at Territories Colorado when the sore I causes Brights disease rheumatism pain leading with 024100 ounces of gold aud once relelvedj warm great in the back dropsy and other troubles 21030400 ounces of silver The value ful feeling and nealiug oi the parts af- Â¬ Disease sometimes gets a hold upon your of the Alaskan output was 2800000 for fected will bo experienced aud you will kidneys and bladder before you realize silver aud an equal amouut for gold say It feels so good It hits the spot that anything serious is the matter A R Fisher Clover The worlds coinage during the year It is guaranteed Often these organs ere neglected until including recolnages was Gold Patesvillo port Gordon Haynes that awful malady Brights disease has EA silver 142380588 or a total of R A Shellman Stephensport fastened upon you and death awaits its 380009030 That of the United States Witt Hardiusburg Many miraculous cures have for the victim 70 tamo period was Gold HUMAN PYRAMID been wrought by a course of treatment 02885 and silver 18487207 Of the with Dr Davis Kidney Tablets These latter amount 12051731 was in standard tablets are put up in the shape of a kid- Â¬ silver dollars coined from silver pur Â¬ Formed by British Soldiers Who New York Herald W K BROWN Irvington College WIFE HAVE OPENED THEIR SCHOOL AT IRVINGTON ji El O ORABBE AND SESSION HAS BEGUN Pupils will bo charged from tho timo they enter until the end of Tuition is duo tho term Tho school year will consist of two terms in advance There will bo no deduction for any timo lost Pull Corps of Competent Teachers Â¬ ney bean and the formula has been pro- Â¬ nounced by the beBt physicians of mod ern times to be the most direct in action on the kidneys of any remedy known to medical science You can eat these tablets as you would candy Sond for free Sold by all booklet on kidney diseases druggists or sent on receipt of price 50 conts and 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Free From One Peril muttered the eloquent Anyhow young candidate for Congiess looking over his audience of seven persons who had turned aside from tho busy walks of life to hear him expound his views upon the great questions of the day anyhow this will put me on my guard Against overconfldence thats one comfort Chicago Tribune CASTOR Bears the Bignaturo of Waved the American Flag chased under the Sherman act Tho highest London price for silver during the year was 20 13 10 pence the The regimental sports oi the Royal lowest 23 pence aud the average 270 10 Canadian Battalion of imperial troops at pence equivalent to 000149 in United Halifax Nova Scotia last week were States mousy per ounce flue at which marked by an unusual incident At the the bullion value of the sliver dollar was conclusion of the sports 100 men the 10 457 pick of the garrison termed a pyramid Tho value of the net gold exports for by mouutiug upon one anothers shoul Â¬ the year was 512009 silver 20287012 ders aud tue man at the apex a fine 11870 231 and specimen of the British soldier stood Gold to the value of silver to the value of 11201150 wore waving in one hand the Union Jack nud used in the industrial arts in the United in the other the Stars and Stripes This States during the year and the worlds finale was cheered by tho hug number consumption during the same period of spectators present It was the first Gold 59005980 silver 40435 was time in the history oi Halifax that men 577 of a British regiment had displayed the On January 1 1898 the metallic stock lUg of another nation of the United States consisted of gold silver 035310004 or a A Case of Kidney Disease Given Up 745245953 total of 1380550017 By Four Doctors Diicovered By a Woman Another great discovery has been made and that too by a lady in this Disease fastened his clutches country upon her and for seven years she with Â¬ stood its severest test but her itat or gans were undermined and death seemed imminent For three mouths she coughed incessantly and could not sleep She finally discovered a way to recovery by purchasing of us a bottle of Dr Kings New Discovery for consump- Â¬ tion and was so much relieved on tak Â¬ ing llrst dose that she Blept all night aud with two bottles has been absolute- Â¬ ly cured Her name is Mrs Luther Lutz Co of Thus writes W C Hamnick Shelby N O Trial bottles free at Short ilaynes Drug Store Regular size 50c and 1 Every bottle guaranteed Â¬ Tuition in tho Literary Departments as follows 2000 por pupil por torm Collegiate School i 2000 Business ochool 2000 Normal School 1500 Intermediate School 1000 Primary School 100 Incidental Fee Music Art and Elocution will be charged extra Special terms to teachers desiring to better qualify themselves for their professions Any variance from tho above terms must be in writing and signed by the Principal For further information address -- Lock Box 6 Irvington Breckenridgo County Ky For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought u Beaver Dam O My daughter after being treated by four doctors and given up for lost a neighbor recommended Foleys Kldnoy Cure To day she is able to walk sever- Â¬ al miles without fatigue I feci we would have lost her if it was not for your medicine Respectfully Mrs J M Bailey A R Fisher Cloverport R A Shell Haynes man Stepheusport Gordon Patesvillo E A Witt Hardinsburg The Sultans Throne Room The throneroom of the Sultan at Con Â¬ stantinople is a gngious sight The gilding is unequaled by any other build- Â¬ ing in Europe and from the ceiling hangi a superb Venetian chandelier the two hundred lights of which make a gleam like that of a veritable sun At each of the four corners of ths room tall candelabra in baccarat glass are placed and the throne is a hugj seat covered with red velvet and having arms and back of pure gild A BOON TO MANKIND DR TABLERS BUCKEYE PILE II 1 mm srognm2 ui mig 30 uSr w V HnmPin na HvPijW CURE Baskett Coal the best aod most economical Soft coal that can be used Is A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED Tubes by mail 75 cents Bottles 50 cents JAMES F BALLARD Sole Proprietor For sale by A It Fisher Cloverport Ky 310 North Malo Strut ST LOUIS HO THE APPLE CROP SHORT It Is a Failure In Almost Every State fol- Â¬ of the Union The Orange Judd Farmer has the WHY GROW OLD XjIVIR Buoklen8 Arnica Salve lowing to say about the apple crop The apple crop of the United States is When your and ICI13N1EYB re tht direct cause of Nlnoty THvo dlseuet of ih body Why should a face wear Cent of the feeling when nature Intended otherwlie when wrinkles and dark streaks below the vyes why that tired Por 5 The BASKETT COAL is clean Has 2400 pounds to the ton Each customer praises it Before you buy write for price Each car sold is full weight Summer is gone winter approaches The time to buy is NOW if l 4 Coal prices go up in cold weather Order NOW while coal is cheap Ask jour dealer for BASKETT COAL Let us qtuoe you prices on large quantities ADDRESS COMMUNICATIONS TO Pittsburg Coal Company BASKETT KY mmwmimmmmmmmwKmmmmmmmmmM m ii smaller than it has been since reliable T statistics have been collected The total and po8tlvely cures Plies or no pay re- Â¬ ft liniinlR 1898 crop of the United supply from the quired It is guaranteed to give perfect States 27700000 barrels compared with satisfaction or money refunded Price Bit A D WKURlCir 903 Walnut Street P O Box Ml something over 40000000 last year and 25 cents per Advising Physlcia Philadelphia Pa box For sale by Short 70000000 in the record breaking crop of Haynes 1890 The failure is widespread reach- Â¬ MAAMWAWWrWVVVUvVVVVVVVVvVWvVVVYVVVWUvVVll ing from the Pacific Coast to Maine and of the states does the output of in none fruit approach an ayeragt In the great apple utatea of tiio Webt the crop is almost an absolute failure although the situation in Michigan is SUFFERING ATTORNEY AT LAW better thau elsow here having about two Thousands of thirds of the bumper crop of 1890 New Will Practice in all the Courts in Breckenridge women are Meade- - and York has only one lifth of a full crop troubled at to the fact that Counties Hancock The failure is attributed monthly inter during the bloomlug season there was vals witb pains iu the head ezceesive rainfall which washed out tho back breasts pollen aud prevented proper fertilization Claims collected Mortgagee Notes Liens and other securi- Â¬ boulders tides by insects while a cold wave added to hips and limbs ties enforced and tho monoy turned over promptly Divorces the injury aud subsequent moist humid But they need 8ocurod Depositions taken Interest in estatee carefully look not suffer weather was favorable to the develop Â¬ od into Contracts Deeds and other legal papers type written These pains are symptoms of ment of fungus diseases The Ontario dangerous derangements that crop is decidedly short The crop of can be corrected The men Â¬ tiurope is reported below the normal strual function should operate painlessly Infant mortality issometliing frightful Nearly one quarter die beforo they reach one year one third before they are Ave aud one half beforo they are fifteen I The makes menstruation painless timely use of WHITES OHEAM VER and regular It puts the deli- Â¬ Newa Office Cloverport Over Uardnera Store Hardinsburg MIFUGE would save a majority of these cate menstrual organs in condi Â¬ precious lives Price 25 cts A R Fish Â¬ tion to do their work properly er And that stops all tula pain Why will any woman suffer Month after month when Wlao About London Streets IN- Â¬ ofCardulwfU relieve her It To walk one way through all the streets costs Jroo at the drug store of London a pedestrian would havetogo Why dont you gut a bottle to day Wo breed on scientifio prineipl a distance of 2000 miles nearly as far as IN FINE POULTRY the For advice ia cases reqttiring following Black Minorcas Buff Cochins Barred Plymouth Rocks across Ilia American continent from Â¬ pcial directions address giv V 0 W Polish Light Brahman Whito Wyandottes New York to San Francisco ing symptoms The Ladies Your moneys worth or no sale Write for catalogue Fre Advisory Department The Coughed 25 Yean Chattanooga Medkise Co KENTUCKY STOCK POULTRY FA M Brandenbure Ky I suffered for 25 years with a cough Chattanooga Tee a and spent hundreds of dollars with doc Un rmbu tgwjj tom aud for medicine to no avail until J tij - I iir i hi Tbta usad Dr Dells Send 250 to the Brsckkxkiiwik New and gVa I5QQ OjiMe rwuedy wakes weak lungs etroag It i and the Nhwb frM of clianta far aoa r i has saved my Wte J B Xosell Grants O 7 burg 111 Tub Best Salvk in the world for Cuts BrulseB Sores Ulcers Salt Rhoum Fe ver Sores Tetter Chapped Hands Chil- Â¬ blains Corns and all Skin Eruptions Â¬ THE INFALLABLE REMEDY Will positively relieve and cure whrre all others fail any disease the human body Is heir to Our lowest rharge is five dollars but we will forward medicine and full instructions for I When you have been relieved you will remit the remaining three dollars I Wli UUI1UIW U Our Cold Remedy a Positive Cure lOo by mall ntllnvn The Infallable Remedy Company MONTHLY V G BABBAGE d KIM -- CHARGES REASONABLE OPPIOBS WHY DONT YOU VEST A FEW DOLf ARS y ver m OffisKS ricra flWW NEW LINE OP Wo aro in tho midst of tho greatÂ¬ est Oloak season for years Wo fly wfryyMgiyjrW Remember We have the largest General WILL BE A GREAT CLOAK WINTER havo secured INTERESTING LETTER I RUSHING flivo DRESS GOODS AT POPULAR PRICES TIMES WITH US t 1 200 Manufacturers Samples which wo will bo enabled to sell at Nico less than wholcsalo prices stylo and finish in fall and wintor weights Bilk fresh goods and satin lined and unlincd Wo start them in prico at to New Trimming AN- D- This business has been established for years and has had an extcn- trndn all thn wliiln but liutt vrntr wn qnrnnnnnd nil nrnvlnun rn cords and did the largest business in its history Tins is very satisfac- tory to us and wo certainly annreciato tho larco trado wo aro cettinc What John T Ditto Saw at Hust- It proves boyond a doubt that our facilities for handling a large business nro not excelled Tho merchant who buys in largo quantities pays Slook Brings f t Store and Supply House in the county and keep every thing necessary to the human family these frosty mornings The selection of goods we have in stock and x the prices we quote will justify you in driving miles to trade With us New Millinery TO MATCH John T ealesrnau Prices Street Fair Fancy Profitable cash and eaves nil discounts and sells for cash is certninly tho ono who can and will save you monoy on your purchases Bead our priccB and bo convinced NEW LINE OF For an all wool garment that is well mado up through a range of range of prices to 35725 no cheap printed stuff on KID Gloves All Sizes Every Garment a Special Bargain We havo a lino of special bargains in Black Fur Muffs 1500 TRIMMED 50c WORTH 100 00 25 at MUSKRAT THIBET with spring mouth at We cab assure you that you will save from jr UUuil C fl n worth worth Blankets Comforts Carpets Stoves Handsome Assortment of Infants Cloaks nnUROIUERY l0tb30 cents on every dollars worth of goods you 0 buy from us Try beginning at 75c with fur and Also a a full lino of CA braid trimming prices in proportion On those with Braiding Boated Fur and Persian Lamb Silk and Satin lined light and dark colors i ilk plush and satin lined highest prico garment in tho lot OO PES 82 Headquarters for Everything it and see for yourself A JACKET OLOAK OR CAPE TO PIT THE PERSON AND PURSE OF EVERYONE IN THE LAND A3D3DIS01Sr KJB3TWTyaXSr DICK l3DXDIS03ST Ditto the well known hat writing from Decatur III to relatives In this city save In glancing through tho News columns for things of interest surrounding my home I saw the notlco g ven of Mr Footes sale of fine caltlo near Irvlngton It reminded me of thn sale of finn Her ford cattle that took place At Mow qua ill by T C Pouting while I Mas there a few days ago Ho sold 05 head of calves cows and bulls at an average prico of 107 per head This is what I call a fancy price for cattle but the owner thought they went to cheap There were buyers from atl over the country All classes of stock aro higher bred in this state than in Kentucky you never see scrub cattle unless they are imported Mr Pouting had a Bale next day of fine draft and coach horses but I did not learn of the number sold or the price they brought There seems to be a re- Â¬ vival of interest in tho breeding of stock by the farmers lately Free street showes seem all the go this fall Word Free takes and the towns crowd with people Merchants are doing a big business Had nice weather a little cool One dry goods concern sold 4500 worth of goods Thursday Today is Saturday and will he a big day for the merchants Joe Qriinrs the heavy weight cham- Â¬ pion bicycle rider of the world is here and will ride in a race on wheel and also run a foot race He is Gft 4 in and weighs 500 pounds John T Ditto If C TaltoCUMuiets Can Jv Cathartic 10o orZSe O C fall to cure druggist refund money HONOR ROLL Dry G oods llooncr Coltnn llolt Trvon Cotton Holt lo 4 Sheeting GOOD 15c Good tlnen Toweling Jfc Heavy lied Ticking Beit Table Oil Cloth lijc Good Heavy Comforti for 69c Good Heavy Jeans 15c Good Heavy Illanlteti 15c to 12 Shoes and Boots Last Saturday we sold over too pairs How will that do for nnc dayt Well we evidently have what you want So coma along with the pro Â¬ cession and be shod 4c ilie tic Furniture and Stoves That big car load Is not gone but going fait If you need Chairs Bedsteads Dressers Hureaiis Safes Tables Wardrobes Sofas Cook or Heating Stoves remember we are headquarters and will give you prices that are hard to duplicate Dress Goods and Trimmings A great variety in Cashmeres Henriettas Serges All styles and prices Latest Novelties in Hraids Silks and Velvets fancy Mack Good Suitings etc Clothing Overcoats all prices quail Millinery and Cloaks The very large trade we ate having in this de Â¬ partment speaks volumes fcr In being In every respect and certainly shows that we are making prices that pleases the ladles Do not fall to visit this department Knee Suits 75c and up School Suits 1 17 and up Mens Suits 2 and up 1ants any old price Overcoats for Hoys and Men tlsanil kinds Mclntoshe f I 40 and up We got in a car load before tho advance was put on it Wo have bo much of it on hands and as our room is limited wo will guar- Â¬ antee to save you money Havo any kind or sizo you may need Dont forget us when you want any Wire or Nails Do you need any Windows Doors Salt Lime or Cement at very lowest cash prices feitob wire jisriD naels prepared to make some very low prices Watch our advertisements for furthor notice on tho lumbor question All kinds of Produco taken in exchange for goods preme fjoolxio- jisrxi azEJiLiifcTGWo will get a car load from tho South in a weeks and will be - - few Very Respectfully Tn Curo Conatlpatlon Forever WILS0N JONES Successors to Wilson Co DEATHS HARVEST Breckenridgc a Fruitful Field For the Grim Reaper dowed with that progresivo spirit that His con- Â¬ begets prosperity and success servatism and his fine character caused him to be regarded as one of the mrst He substantial men of the county Tne News with a leaves four children legion of friends rtgret his death FAMILY REPUTATION Is Fully Sustained By This mantic Swain Ro- Â¬ To The Bereaved Written by Mlu Ona DukeJ God hai called away our father One we dearly loved to well Oh our hearta are over broken So that we can never tell our heme U Ohio lonely eer darktned be But Oh when cur Uvea arc ended God will call ut home to thee I Pupils Who Are Making Records College at Utopia FORDSVILLE - KENTUCKY UTOIM HONOR KOIL AND NOTES Oh It will Parsnip Complexion It does not require an expert to detect Deaths That HaveTaken Place In the sufferer from kidney trouble The hollow cheeks the sunken eyes the the Connty JOHN II HAKMAN dark puffy circles under the eyes the sallow parsnip colored complexion indi Â¬ would ask if you had rheumatism a dull pain or ache in tho back or over the hips stomach trouble desire to urinate often or a burning or scalding in passing it if after passing there is an unsatisfyed feeling as if it must be at once repeated or if the urine has a brick dust deposit or strong color When these symptoms are present no time should be lost in removing the cause cates it A physician Eloping Couple Ride Forty Five Miles On Horseback til sad I but there l happiness Just betond this vale of tears lutt to think we can meet wnh father If we will only truit God here Farewell Father thou hast left us In thit world of sin and woe Oh School is in unusually good working order with just enough Irgg irds to show the evils of idle nets Honor roll would be very long if standard were not put high The first place is equally held by little Harry Moorman and Miss May Dempster Each averaged 98 8 for tho SEE THOSE month Tho next three girls Rosebud Moorman Emma D Moorman and Ada Maxwell each made an average of 097 John Herman died at his home near tills place last Thursday night after a short illness of pneumonia Mr Har man was sixty five years of age and was the last of a family of fourteen children He lived a bachelor and came here from the State of Maine in 18C8 He made his home on a farm near here and had Mr Harman many personal fiiends was a great reader and took an active Interest in public matters and especially such things as related to bis own county Ho was a Warm friend of the Nkws and has been one of our constaut subscribers ever since the first publication His remains were interred in the City Ceradtery here Friday evening Rev W B Sneed officiating KL1BHA SIMH0N8 Â¬ NIGHT WAS DARK AND THE WAY DREARY But when we meet In bright glory We will meet to patt no more LMtweek wa alt nded the buria serv Ellaba Simmons which occurred at the old Scott burying grounds near Hsrnods 8aton Mr SimmonB death occurred at Garfield and he was in his eighty first year His death was not unexpected as it was caused by old age and general infirmity The death of Mr Simmons removes fromthat locality one of the old landmarks His burial was a typical country serv- Â¬ ice solemn and impressive Tho grave SPLENDID WORK yard was filled up with a large number of friends from the neighborhood who who had turned out to pay their respects Patterson Hill Has Been dreatly Rev Minor to a beloved old man proved Compton conducted the funeral services ices1 of Â¬ Delay may lead to gravel catarrh of the bladder luflammation causing stop pag i and sometimes requiring the draw Â¬ ing of the urine with Instruments or may run into lirlghts Dibease the most dangerous stage of kidney trouble Dr Kilmers Swamp Root the great discovery of tho omiuent kidney and bladder specialist is a positive remedy for such diseases Its reputation is world--wid- e and it is so easy to get at any drug store that no one need suffer any leugth of time for want of it However if you prefer to first test its wonderful merits mention the Ddeokek bidok News and write to Dr Kilmer Oo Binghamtou N Y for a sample bottle and book toiling all about it both sent absolutely free by mall Im- Â¬ JOHN RHODES John Rhodes one of the most estima ble citirons of the McDaniels neighbor hood died Friday morning of senile decay He was eighty five years old at the time of his death His funeral took place Saturday inorniug at eleven oclock tbe interment bettg in St Anthonys eemeteryatLong Lick Mr Rhodes was one of the pioneer cltiiana of the county and was a man of spladld character and He leaves eight children to worth mourn his loss Mia Thomas Lewis of TOO LAZY this city was a daughter and was at his bedside at the time of his death She Contractor Could Not Get Nearoesto Work and her daughter Miss Florence Ltwia FerHIn A attended the funeral Mr Rhodes had a legion of friends who with the Nkws 0 M Rutherford of Lebanon Tenn extend their sincere 8mpathies to the was iu the city Monday trying to secure bereaved ones he It ft behind 25 negro laborers to go to Tennessee and IDA TAUL work on a Cumberland river contract Ids the three year old daughter cf Although the streets of Oloverport are Mat Taul died Friday night after an infested with a horde of idle negroes he lllnese o several months duration The could not Becure one to go with him havd the sympathy of the entire The ofllclalu should do something to com- Â¬ flMaaanUy is their allllctloa pel these pests to go to work or keep of JOHN CAUIDEIJ the streets John Campbell an aged resident of Hes CMMMRdlef The Reglweat tfee Dakerftelghborhood died last Friday Ho was Col Colsou o the Fourth Kentucky oij ttlaeratioa of the bowels jBVeaiaof eaad1iad Uvula life of Regiment is now Brigadier General at probity His interment took plaqe at jgaip Shipp and the duty of command ing the rt g meat has devolved upon w WbatlY grave yard Lieutenant Colonel D R Murray of JAMBS M A80H Maaoa the son of George this city who has been acllug as colonel James Murray inti Mason aged waaly flye year died at for some weeks Colonel Um hoae at bis parents last week He Butaa that the Fourth Regiment will be to Cuba for aervlee about the waa Iwrled a ha Mt Fig4li grave yard ordered 10th of November Road overseer Hardy Walker has been doing some splendid work on Patterson bill That part of the road baa been put in better order than it has been in for years past and the work has been done very economically Mr Walker has bad 1000 wagon loads of rock placed on the toad and sledged in at a cost of 140 The rock has been broken up to the required size and makes a fine roadway in the winter not been seen in Cioyerport in many a day Henry and Polly are children of na Â¬ ture Thoy come from the backwoods and their love for each other is as passionate as one of Ella Wheeler Wil- Â¬ coxs poems They wanted tomarry but Pollys par Â¬ ents said to tier Nay nay Pauline Thou shall not Polly however did not care a picayune for tho Interposition of her parents aud when early Saturday evening Henry Carter came to tho house where bIiu w b visiting with two fleet saddle horses she Brtid she would V with htm to the ends of the earth and then some if her wluga held out Henry was gratified at her determina Â¬ tion and ho had her mount the waiting stends They set off bu their journey about dusk Tlley r6de forty five miles that night through darkness over the roughest roads in tills section of the state aud more than dnceeach mentally vow- Â¬ ed that the course of true love was a very rocky oue They arrived in this city at 0 oclock and were Immediately taken in charge by John 8uouse that sly old deputy of Cupid He piloted them to Cannelton On tbo way he proved to them that a confirmed bachelor can sympathise with lovers just as truly as the gay Lothario whose affairs of the heart are too numer Â¬ ous to mention John was present at the marriage at Cannelton and said blesi you my chld ren with an unctiousness that demon strated he meant every word that he said Henry Cartor comes from an eloping family and his participation in the run Â¬ away match helps to keep up the family reputation His father and lib only brother both eloped with their present wives and got married in Cannelton 11 SUIT FOR DAMAGES Two more ardent devotes of Cupid than Henry Carter of Grayson county Thomas Chandlers Heirs Want alid Polly Gray of Butler county have For His Death 25000 Suit has been filed in the Circuit Court by the administrator of Thomas Chand Â¬ ler for twenty five thousand dollars dam Â¬ ages against the Louisville Henderson St Louis Railway Company Mr Chandler wob killed ut Sinking creek bridge last April while running as brakes mau on the branch Tim pltitiou alleges faulty trucks aud an overloaded car as the cause of the accident and attaches the blame to the comptuy unil its age ills A Splendid Acqulstlon Piof Crabbe undoubtedly has the nerve aud vim for his place Who hut be would have employ td u tuuclier from the New England Conservatory of music and the Boston School of Oratory wlifii he could have notion no many much cheaper But Prof Orabb says he is de termined to have none but tho best teachers in his school and if tho peo- Â¬ ple do not appreciate such advantages at home then they do not deserve such a Â¬ The next twelve stand in tho following order Daisy Deane Alma Mattingly Walter Moorman fcallie Sobertson Mach Peyton Elliott Moorman Meda Maxwell Otter Owen Ada Mattingly Eddie L Ollie Hoskins aud Jesso Moorman Rhodes Noticeably fine work is beirg done by the younger members of the school School has lost one of its best and most beliked pupils in Bernard Robards of Falls of Rough He will go to Madison ville In a short time Good workers inclmllrg Flora Tilfnrd Euln Hnriir Glen F slier Iillle Wiilir Ernest Mel umld aid others wern ab Â¬ sent a day or two cm ici onnt of sickness work i Id iiiil in tliH May fail to rmcli the honor roll Visiloi ttschixil Urf wtek were Miss Alia Mo gin W C Mo iman MisiLutie Moorraau MIph Naunlt- - Uvt n Mw s Car Â¬ rie Owen Jim Deane Mies May Moorman Miss Iuu Vt Bsels Fred Moorman MissNannio Fisher The Roll of Honor for Miss Boards room contains I lallio Hmitli Ellen Smith Mam u Harper Sihn MHttligy Luke Clark Doaia Matheny Richard Smith Maude Louise Moorman Mattirgly Vandy Powell Sadie Eskriigi Â¬ I Famous Coles AirTight House Destroyed school At ten oclock last Wednesday night the Iioubo owned and occupied by James Harned at Big Spring caught fire and Ancient Shingles to the ground While the fire The shingle roof on Milliards ware- Â¬ burned was in progress the members of the fam- Â¬ house that is now being replaced with neighbors succeeded in sheet iron was placed there in 1857 and ily and some saving some of the household goods The has never been repaired since originally 1500 put on The shingles that are now be Â¬ Iocs was 1000 insurance Mrs W J Deau of Glendeane passed ing torn off are in a fine state of preservation and some of them measure 12 through the city Saturaday on her way and 14 inches in width It is very sel- to Owensboro where she is the guest of dom that such shingles are found now Â¬ her son J Allen Dean adays Hardlnsburg Ky Â¬ Â¬ Burn Coal or Wood sMMH JLst Grand Opportunities pata Learners of music and elocution did you know that the President of Irving ton college is offering you opportunities in music and elocution that you have never had before Why pay out your money to home talent which may bo very good of the kind when you can get Delivering StoHe Mr James Hennen of Hawesville Is the iustriction of those who have the delivering the stone for the protection of best training for the same money the river tank at the cellulose factory A BEAUTIFUL GIFT at Owensboro It will take between 5000 and 0000 yards of stone tor the con Â¬ tract The stone is taken out on the Tho holidays aro fast approach Â¬ Indiana side of the river just above this If you havo a friend you aro city Mr Hennen is one ot tho best ing known boatmen In this section aud his going to remomber on Christmas many friends here are glad to learn of what would bo moro appropriate as his securing so important a contract An Eminent BU PnlloPP The Oldest UUIICgC The Best Free use of Dictionary Encyclopaedia and Scientific Apparatus Six Courses Both Soxes Health Thorough Instruc- Â¬ tion Best Social and Religious Influ- Â¬ ence no Saloons Tuition 8 00 per term of ten weeks Send for Special Announcements to JH B LOGAN VESTS WHEN YOU NEED Lumbor Faints and Oils iDrillB Presldest Wa call eipccUl attention to our MILLINERY DISPLAY AU this week Comprising iHtraeter Â¬ MUM WBWKT Dr Sails Oeagn Byrsp will tare neighborhood died last Friday night throat nJ lung UoubU without lIL Forilpp after a abwt Illness el typbeU fctver Mr hhtott and a dwu seated cough oreold It I h el 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our vicinity last week Clyde Shnniate left Friday for army life again Mr and Mm K Smith are housekeep Â¬ ing In Himton now Mifs KulaStlth it Louisville is visit- Â¬ ing Misd Clara Jordan it J Cain vldlod relative in Meade county Hat unlay night And its Thomas who stays out a little la to Sunday evening County Superintendent Drickell visit Â¬ ed our school last Thureday When the cats away wn all oeo how nice we can behave ourselves Miss Blanche Jolly is suffering from too close contact with ikjIbou Ivy Mr and Mrs It li McGlnthJan of Irviugton were thn vuests of relatives Sunday Perennial Sweet Williams grow abundantly in them parts It looks like one is enough tlinugh Prof lntilpn Walker of Garnettnville camo down Friday evening lo be the guest of his parents a day or two Mrs John Frakes and her little daugh Â¬ ter Carrie I from Krandeabilig visited her old home several days last Week Mrs Kate 1artlow of Missouri is the guest ol her brother Thos J Tiiplett Mrs 1artlow has many friends in this community who gladly welcome her In- Â¬ to their midst Dr Foote nut too low an estimate on Irviugton when hn called her Duluth She is a veritable hub of the universe boston is quite lost out Just move up the News aud then shell be com Â¬ plete The Epworth League met In the Bap Â¬ tist church Sunday afternoon at three oclock Tho members read selections from the Bible on the turning point in the lives of great men bucIi asMoeee Â¬ Scrofula Snahe Like in its subtlety It lies hidden for years in tho ambush of tho blood and when it strikes itvoids its Venom nlikd oh1 strength and beauty disfiguring tho ono and undermining the other Mens Ladies Misses and Children UO li I 1 EIGHT PAGES THE INDICTMENT OF JilCJIAliB KNOTT Richard Knott ralll 1 nli editor of the Louisville Evening Post has been indicted for alleged criminal libel by tbo grand jury of Jefferson county The indictment was procured by Mayor Weaver and the members of tho Board of Public Works Mr Knott has been guilty of tho crime of fighting tho most vicious appropriate their time to other industrit The question arises is It practical with Ho has also been guilty of exposing the ig monopoly of tho century who occupy bo many parties to tho arrangement 7 1 of the lunk heads noranco or obstinacy think It la and BuggBt tho fohowlig plan tho executivo offices of Louisville and for tho perpetration of these two for tho consideration of the parties concrimes tho Mayor and the Board of Public Works are trying to make cerned That a meeting be called hi each H to rail attention to thn remedy It is this There nrn vory few if any farinem who havu wild their crop this year Now the thing lo do is to hold your crop and bow no need for a crop next year Anybody with half nn ouoco of common sense tan bpo that the crop now on hand will bring tnoro money next spring than tho two would bring should thoy raise ono crop nuxl year bealdes by by leaving oil the tobacco crop they can b cation Auers is a specific for scrofula in its worst and most malignant forms Scrofula is a blood disease AVers Sarsaparilla is a blood purifying medicine Mineral medicines only drivo scrofula below tho Burfaco Dr J C Ayers Sarsaparilla is a vegetable remedy and it eradicates tho disease There is no remedy for scrofula equal to Ayera Sarsa- Â¬ AND Â¬ Arctic Sandals Storm him suffer Somo months ago Mr Knott found that tho plans and specifications governing tho letting of asphalt contracts in tho city of Louisville wero so drawn up as to shut out from the lettings all competitors of the Bar Â¬ ber Asphalt monopoly In a series of able editorials he called tho at- Â¬ tention of the Board of Public Works to these facts hoping that their fairness and sense of duty to the tax payers would cause them to so re viao tho plans and specifications as to allow the fullest and freeBt competition The beautiful hot house exotics who compose that body were so sensitive that thoy chose to regard these well meant suggestions as an exposition of their ignorance It got them on their ears and thoy have been spinning around on their auricular organs ever Bince The truths contained in tho Posts editorials wero not lost to tho tax payers however and the results are that all the intelligent property owners in Louisville are now aware of the true character of the Barber tobacco growing county and after organ Â¬ izing to Mppolni a suitable nmn for each magisterial district who will seu every tobacco raiser in the district and have him to sign a contract to not sow any seed or raise any tobacco next year 1 dont think any man with a tobacco crop on hand would refuse to sign a obliga- Â¬ tion of this kind if satisfied tlmt It would BsXsXsSS I parilla I was cored of a long standing case of scrofula by Dr J C Ayers Sarsaparilla Thediieasa first manifested itself when I was a child by breaking out in red blotches all over my body I was not free from the trouble nntU I took several bottles of Ayers Sarsaparilla That effected a per Â¬ manent owe Mia E IL Snydeb Lehleh ton Pa la be general Now to make it satisfactory In this n -spect the counties should act promptly and not later than Nov loth ihe sue Ciesful report of the cauvaasrs would fully establish the arrangement and with the stocks ol leaf tobacco lower than they have been for yeats on account of the short crop last year which was only a little over half a crop the situation af Â¬ fords the farmer a fine ont orttioity to ttkecareof his interest and if he dont do J I FROM ncaring completion Horace will make your month wntisrbeforo inanydays with fancy groceries and frultH candies 5SS 20C T 125 I Asphalt trust ititishisowufault li The West Virginia womau who bit off Thoy havo learned that the plans and specifications adopted and defended by the Louisville Board of Public Works wero drawn up years her sweethearts tongue during n quarrel was determined by fair or loul means to ago and are a part of tho great conspiracy concocted by the Trinidad have the last word Lake Asphalt monopoly to placo every municipality in the United HALLOWEEN PARTY States at its mercy Iaul etc Social They have learned that the methods employed by the Louisville Delightful Charming Function Tendered The Bewleyville Hustler is a neat litVisitors tle sheet volume 1 Number 1 of which Board of Public Works in the awarding of contracts for the construction It was a brave merry hearted crowd of uppeared in ourtowu Friday October 28 of asphalt streets proscribo from competition every asphalt company young people who assembled at the Look to your laurels ye Newb for tho Hustler is home of Mr and Mrs Frank Fraiz Mon those who of an enterprising spirit and that is not an ally or an alias of the Barber company have it in charge will strive to day evenirj to lay the ghostd ttiat restThey havo learned that such discrimination would compel them to lessly wander up aud down the earth on have it fir t class The Hou Chas Blanford will speak at pay tribute to a corporation as devoid of conscience as tho devil and as Halloween Guston Saturday November i He wants Xothuugit of wraith or spirit entered all llio hoys to bn on hand to hear his rapacious as Shylock They have learned that such discrimination into their tevenings pleasure land thny concluding convincing remarks aud then would place them in the power of a political libertine whose chief end dissipated uncanny presences with Bong again on Tuesday following to appear with their minds made up that hn Bhall music and dancing Tho function was go to Congress is to debauch public officials and to rape city treasuries Hours two to four r m given by Mies Jeanette Warneldin honor Our Sabbath School observed Tho tax payers protested Their protest amounted to a kick that of the Misses Evelyn and Minnie Mur- Day Sunday October 2J After Rally the was felt at the city hall They intimated that if they were suffering ray the beautiful vipiton of Mira lePBon Mrs Drurys class of little girls furnished a nice little entertainment in from the ignorance or obstinacy of the officials who should Allieune Murray tho way of recitations and singiui During the ovening nil olegant repast was much enjoyed by all present which They protect them they would rebel Thoy were tired of being used as door was served after which the guests aban say Mrs Drurys class think there is doned themselves to plensurts congenial nobody like her and its true mats The Literary at the school Friday to Halloween being materially assisted This made Charley Weaver and his cuckoos mad those whom the by Mr James Fisher who successfully evening was most excellent and attended by peonle from far and near Misi Car gods destroy they first make mad and they took the step that will prove essayed the role of Fate rin D Frakes ol Brandenburg Miss Lulu Those present were thnj Misses Evelyn Xunnedy of Louisville Mrs E L Smith their undoing id Guston ami Mieses Mary and SHU and Miunie Murray Miss Allieune MurThey procured the indictment of Richard Knott ray Miss White Miss lJaitt and Mica Paul Lena Drurv Mabel Rachel and Wivie Stith and Jim Morton were the Tho indictment of Mr Knott will be regarded by the people as an Bessie Hambletou Messrs Ocvillo and visitors Jame3 Skillman Fred Fraizattempt on the part of Messrs Weaver Jefferson Grainger and Satter Moorman Walter Smart EigeneCharles LEWISPORT Vest whito to stifle the voice of the press They will find however that they James Fisher Fred Ferry and Ollie have thrown a boomerang whose recoil will be attended with fatal re- Â¬ Tousey All present njoypd thtnuelvoF and liutcinuiisViUUUll g sults to the throwers will regard the evening as one of the and Gold Cure The war they havo declared on Richard Knott is virtually war on pleawntest of the season BRILLIANT SPEECH all tax payers and friends of clean government in Louisville g is Every to CURE man who is patriotically and truly interested in the welfare of Ken- P Watt Hardin Talks Eloquently on Money of Cough tuckys metropolis will make this a personal affair and will resent the One of the iinl eloquent political Cure and 12 affront The majority of tho peoplo firmly believe that Richard Knott speeches ever made nt KiepheiiHport was Cold delivered there Monday in tho prs lice haB told tho truth and nothing but tho truth He told the truth to con- Â¬ of a large crowd by J Watt Hardin 25 Cents serve the interests of tho tax payers He is their champion and in the Democratic candidate for governor Mr Hardin wfb introduced in a brilcoming trial they will bo his support liant elogium by Hon W E Minor The Mayor and tho Board of Public Works have demonstrated their Tho whole of Mr Hardins speech was Registered Druggists pygmy statures by the step they have taken They havo given vent to devoted to the money queotion and it LEWISPORT KY S tho peevishness that is alwayB associated with littleness and incompe- Â¬ was a most able nrgumt ut from a free iXSSSXS9S silver stand point Heenidthnt the all Mr Pete Best Is still improving tency They would have the public believe that they are dieties who absorbing question of the age was money Jan Ayers is quite sick with fevers aud until it was definitely fettled the cannot err that thoy are the incarnation of infallibility They are too people would not be content STMcGill Is out altera few dajs illpig headed to realize that their constituents depreciate their ability and The speech was highly complimented ness withold their confidence The people regard Charley Weaver as the by all who heard it It was logical and Saturday is Red Lettor day for Lewis forceful Several persons went from port merchants personification of unfulfilled promisos and wrecked hopes se Thoy Cloverport to hear him A party of Goose Pond peope visited lected him as tho Moses who would lead them from tho wilderness of Pecans fhts Friday ELOQUENT SERMON political corruption to the promised land of reform Ho failed miser Â¬ IS J McGIli and L D Yeiser went ably fishing Saturday Ho has chosen to kick against tho pricks May he feel the Rev McDonald Captivates His Congregation Mr Green of Eliztbethtown Ky was punishment his indiscretion merits The congregation that attended thb in the city Thursday Richard Knott wore it not for our abiding faith in tho integrity of morning aud evenii g I I Roberts of Dukep services at the visited his the courts and the truism that truth is mighty and will prevail wo Presbyterian church Sunday listened to parents here last week Mrs Elizabeth Smith who has been would extend you our sincere sympathy Realizing that tho charges two of the most beautiful and logical Ber rmns that were ever preached In this quite ill is improving preferred against you can no more stick than can a snowball remain con- city Lewispoit Millirg Company Bhipping Kev D McDonald the svnodlcal evangealed in hades we refrain from uttering words of condolence brand and shipstuff every day gelist for this synod preached at both You aro right Go ahead Give the friends of monopolies the boivicss He is an eloquent pulpit orator Father 0 Hray was in tho city Sun natural hottest shot youve got in your ammunition lockers They aro not any and his delivery is is both full and s and day and held services at the church yoicH Is b auliiul rich m Dr better than Lum Simons but they aro infinitely better game to shoot at pathetic and immediately captivates the teriau Greenlea preached at the PreBby hearer church Sunday at 11 oclock for tho reason that their coating of epidermis is thinner Both of his sermons wero ninrvln of Attorney It Y Bmh of Haweeville simplicity and eloquence They They are not yet hardened and thoy feel the hurt of truth Like splendid expositions of the gin pel were was in the city Saturday on legal business and wore 8j li g cal aud lucid thai all could Dr J W Knox was called to Rockport tho hit dog they yelp when they feel its sting understand to tho bedside of a very sick patient Fri Mr McDonald made provision for The stato at large has an interest in Louisville The outside world liquidatingthedehtofthibrliurch which day will hereaiier be known aslncile Mem regards Kentuckyn chief metropolis as tho reflex of tho social indus- Luwlsport is the place for an Al tobacco orlftl Church a beautiful name mnu Hancock has her best crop aud our trial commercial and political life of the commonwealth Such being vicinity is the best of all the case the people of the state commend any action that is calculated Clarinrn fiterett of the Hancock Clar Â¬ YOU ion un in the city Saturday to advance or promote the political morals or the material interests of Clarence is all O K in l ewlcport so is the Clarion Louisville Mr Knott merits the commendation of the ieople as he The Business Mens Association will has tried to do these things He has made enemies thereby We love constitution undermined by ex- Â¬ meet Tuesday night NovSth at the travagance in eating by disre- Â¬ Batik of Lewisporl All In fayor of this him for the character of the enemies he has made Â¬ Â¬ nulHiVc Mr Owen of Olenpoano brongit down eighty head of fine cattle which he is feed- inifon the farm of Mr Geo Cullin three miles from town We are glad to wel Â¬ come all Buch hustling men as Mr Owen The six year old boii of Robt Slewait five miles from own died Thursday of THE FAIR Oloverports Leading One Price House h Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ membraneous croup Quite a number from in and around town attended the burial The sympathy of all is with the sad family June Jjimpkins a young farmer of about 30 years died Thureday from a hemorrhage whlleat work shucking corn on the farm of J W Patterson four miles from town Juno was once a citizen of LewiBportandhasn host of warm friends here I MUST SELL MY STOCK OF We are sorrv to chronicle tho death of Stanley Monarch the 17 yar old Bon of Squire W F Monarch two miles above town while death wasexpocted as he had consumption it was nevertheless shock Â¬ ing We feel we can express the ym pathy of the community to the sad father and sister Mrs A M Edwards living three and a half miles west of Lewfcport died Sun day night of heart failure atJoplock Mrs Edwards is the widow of the late Alex Edwards She leavs four children to mourn her Iofs three of them are irrown and one little grl six years old It was quitn a surprisn to the whole com munity for on Saturday afternon Bhe was in town and in perfect health The be- Â¬ reaved relatives havo the heartfolt sym Â¬ To do so and get out of business I will sell Ladies Hats me 60c for pathy of too whole community and the Naws co respondent Ladies Hats that cost mo 1 25 will go for FREE I Beautiful Oil Painting handsomely framed with 81000 purchases Not com- Â¬ pelled to buy all at ono time Coirie and get a card WILL LOSE MONEY M ILLINERY IIN TIHEJ rftr Â¬ NEXT 15 DAYS that cost Â¬ 35c 75c I Guaranteed 4ozs for Ladies Hats that cost me 150 will go for 100 r RihhonB that formerly sold for 35c per yard go at 20c yard Those that sold at 50c go at 25c yard A limited number of Baby Caps left They are offered at prices ranging from Â¬ 25c to 65c Tablets These Figures Tell the Tale Every experienced lady knows that these prices are below cost and they know that thoy will bo gainers by this sale Tho balance of my stock including trimmings go at 50 cents on the dollar reduction Â¬ I HSmitli Patterson MILLINERS I It is Nice line Clothing desire to sell the whole of my stock at 50 cents off coBf price the chance of your life to buy a good business cheap Â¬ 289 to to 350 750 1250 Fine Tailor Made Â¬ 400 8 Mrs H V Duncan JAMES W LYONS WITH PLANTERS HOUSE PHELPS CO Extra fino Tailor Made fancy silk and satin linings Â¬ to Â¬ 11 t 0 ii Managers Northeast Corner Eleventh and Main Streets Â¬ 4 d LOUISVILLE KY DAILY AUCTION I SALES FOUR MONTHS STORAGE FREE RETURNS PROMPTLY MADE RESERVE BID TO SELLER ARE BANKRUPTinhcaUh 49cloIOOOJVVrORMSi Extra nice Jackets in AstrlcanB Beaver cloth strictly tailor made Ffif 20 Prpvcd rials A garding the laws of nature or physical capital all gone if so come SOLUTION OF THE PROBLEM Thk persistent effort on the part of the part of capitalists engaged in the manufacture of tobacco to establish a great monopoly by taking into the com Â¬ bine all of the principal manufactories of the country has been successful It la true that there seems to be two organiz ations The American Tobacco Company and the Continental but according to arrangement the American Tobacco Co turns ovor all of the plug Interests to the CoutlHBfital aad retalaa all of the cigar Â¬ ette and smoking tobacco interests which cuts off all competition between them and makes it practically one concern as far as the tobicco trade is concerned Now anybody can see that this combina tion of all of the capital sod nearly all manufacturers of tobacco In the country cuts off competition and results In low pricts to the producer of the weed Now whilst there is no way that I know ol to prevent these combinations by capitalists there Is a remedy for the farmer and ay object la this communi- Â¬ Tutts Liver Pills NEVER DESPAIR will cure you ThemarrisgtotMril Lee Henderson and Miss Graea Thrasher was solemnized Wednesday night at the brides home 500 250 Geo to to S 10 by- For aio by ij boud Hi Ld all WrM timmAUm i JEYXRY m 3S7 AXiXi JAMES F MALLARD St Loulk VERMIFUGE llullat Bit la Quilltj WHITES CREAM sntranTim R Fiaher Cloverport Ky Baetlit Revival Revival meeting comsieBeed at the Baptist church Sunday evMlsg The servlcM are conducted by Kev RutUd ottlila city who is awJeted by RevW A Whittle of LoutaylUe AgreatdWlof iBterwt U BualfttUU aad a pfsgtable outcome la expected The fVatlHHr Strictly Tailor Made Broad Cloth and Cheviot Jacket Rv Kills officiating For sick headache dyspepsia sour stomach malaria torpid liver constipation biliousness and all kindred diseases Tutts an absolute cure Liver Pills For cheep our community can boast of a very fine lot of Southdown and Cots wold If you want to gu your stock come to our section The Teachers Association met iu Lewlsport Saturday A gjod crowd at tended and the day was spent In address Â¬ es speeches and recitations Horace BIattersosa sew grocery store 500 Co Msl Brandenburg Ky The Beit Tralalaa The beet training In music and ejocu tion and at the same price that you would have to pay some one who haa never seen Inelde of such ntltutlon nor had the privilege of tuebfftlmaatera We eurely think that tlere are enough of those who appreciate talent and will be eager to avail theroMlvea of each op portHBltlee and thtu Justify Iref Orahlm la employing toed teaeben NMTttof baa mqved tq rppfmKfigifWfl Wilson two of HawesvllleB most promln WW k uPHffiOl V1 f iprjcj ifjl ent young tiislnenAr men were ia the BIG SPRING Tlroai Troubles our Mguta standard medicine It Aprs T4r yHEYWOODAMi pectoral Profewor of Matliematlea Otterbeln Uni versity Westerviiie u IfALF SlZO DOTTLES 50c BreckenridceNews WKDNKHIlAV NOV 2 IfiJiH i city Hundtiy evenlnir tfie guests of Miss John Meador Jr cium up from Har Alllene Murray and her visitors aflligh dinsburg Sunday Lnwn Mr and Mrs John Meador wero hi Coles Hot Air Heater is clean and 1 ouinvllle several days Inst week comfortHbte bunm wood orcoat Vsts Mr and Mrs Fuller Groraof Verlress The present staire of the river allows were hern chopping last Thursday the boats to tun through rnd all report Bro Walton and wife Are vWtlug their film trips married daughter Mrs Dr liny ol Home ATXKatz prriprlelur of The Fair Ky rottirtif t iIh linme Glasgow Mon Fouler LOie Jr of Irviugtou was the day evening KUeot of Miss Horteiisa Miller last Sun A thing of beauty and a joy forever day thats Coles Hot Air li ater Sen them Samuel Jacob of Louisville Aiur down atViHlri y HninlHy for a few days with his partner tf 11 1 Â¬ Sutetitful competition in any field dependt 1 Th voters of tliH ilfatrlot will dci lo will Imvv tiir congress as to who the next Tuesday a p J r -- Mr Hiid Mni J 1 Braahear ol IJatilin Grove who have beeu quite ill are Im- Â¬ proving in health Mr and Mrs Maurice Beard ol Har Â¬ ISocal dinsburg were thu guests of Mrs 1 R Murray this week flection next Tuesday Miss Laura Hale f this city was the guests of G W Brown and wlf of Mrs phrls Hwaj got is quito sick Poll vi lie last Sunday Monday evening waa Halloween Mis J B Kendall of livingtnn and tasrinntors forlhe ladiep at Sulzers Mm J U Hntrip of Ihin eily wer In Vest i eH olce Hot Air HwUer Louisville sheppiiig Fridiy OyrterH and celerv at the City Bakery Fred DctHaven tmd wife of Lonliyille Magnificent lluu of dreta Roods at Sul arrived in the oily Saturday niuht ami 7 Vs are visiting teir parens Oysters served in any style at the City Coles Hot Air Heater keeps lire lon- Â¬ Ha fiery ger and oonsuintH Ii kh coal or wood than Mraf A u Ski if man went to Lonhville anv other stove Vest Monday Frank Kraiz and Wick Moormiu went Millers Millinery emporium leads to Steplionsport Motidtty to listen to tho eloqunncH ol P WHt Hardin them all Triple knee leather stockings for the It will pay you to visit Addison Dick children at Su zers Mothers it will for bargains pay you to come ami see them New HourlKraut best on the market Herman Baker proprietor of the Green at Sulzers Celery tlio finest the market affords Flag store passed through this city Thurs day on hii wav to Haidinaburg at City Bakery A nice line nf caps for men and boys Blanket and a full lino of bed cover- Â¬ and n splendid election o Tamoshan ings at Sulzers tjulzcra Wheat is bringing 58c and corn 25c on tera for the children at Miss Ruth Sterrett a most charming the local market belle ifi spending a Meat 7jc per pound lard fee per pound Hancock routity week witli relatives in the city Addison Dick Short ik Haynes have had the exterior Jackets wrapt overcoats and mackin Â¬ of their diug store painted and now it is toshes at Snlzerp one of the prettiest fronts in town JJ 8 Bottenweiser of Owensboro was Miss Lesaie McDonald the charming in town Friday guest of Miss Alice Mattingly returned Dr J J Milner of Patesvillo was in to her houe iu Hendprsou Friday the city Saturday The handsomest line of mens ladles Puie open kettle New Orleans molasses and childrens shoes that we have ever Gregory Gibson handled are now in stock Sulzers Farmers report that weevil is injurine Mrs Chadwluk who has been yiaiting the wheat very badly her mother Mrs McCracken has re A cheap heater but a good one Coles turned to her home at Bedford Ind Hot Air Heater Vests Job B Pace r has returned to the Hon Chintz Royalty of Hardinsburg city and will spend the balance of the Wednesday was in the city last winter here looking after his interests New goods are daily arrivtug at Miss The City Bakery is prepared to serve Judith Millers millinery store the best lunches at nil hours of the night Jo Elder of Hardinsburg ia hunting than any other establishment in the city a farm to leaso in Hancock county AndrewDriskell the efficient county 10 lbs light sugar 100 17 lbs granu- Â¬ superintendent Is the eecond patron of lated sugar 1 00 Addison Dick the Xows to renow his subscription to 1901 Charles jtjasperke of Brandenburg waa in the city Saturday on business O E Keith cf Cloverport was here Mr and Mrs James Frieldq of Victoria on business Tuesday He came through were in the city yesterday shopping on horseback and returns today Gray Â¬ When in the city and wis li an excel son Gazette leut lunch remember the City Bakery Mr and Mrs T B Young of Morgan Mayor Barry went to Stephenerort field who were the guesta of Mr and Mrs Chca Skillman last week returned Monday to hear P Wat Hardin orate Mine Mary Jarboe has returned home homo Thursday The Cincinnati Cooperage Company from a visit with relatives at Sklllman and those preparing to teach will hpgln loading staves at this point Teachers should not fail to attend Irvington Col this week The barges are expected to arrive at any time lege Miss Evelyn Murray of Bowling Vineyard ofSt Joseph Mo Mr BR Green am Miss Minnin Murray of Salt ia visiiimrhis neicti Mrs W I Holt of Lake City are the guests of Miss Alllene Holt Murray at High Lawn Mrs Henry Yeager visited her sister Albert Baum ono of tho most substan Â¬ Mrs WilliaYuDorraa at Lewlsport last tial citizens of Holt ia making prepara- Â¬ week tions to move to Bethany HI which Read how to wash and care for em placo he will make his future home broderles in sulzers advertisement this You cant afford to delay the matter week in purchasing your fall hats Thluis not If you want the beat education for the an exaggeration but the truth Come least money1 write to Prof Crabbe at and see foryourself Miss Judith Miller The wise housekeeper uses Coles Hot Irvington Mrs J L Moorman and son Frank of Air Heater to make her houso comforta- Â¬ this city Visited relatives at HawtBville ble in cold weather Its the cleanest and most economical Its the beet last week TlbeHenderBon Route bridge crew Vests Our stock is entirely now and gone of has been at work several weeks replacthe best asHortments ever brought to the ing timbers on the trestle over Clover Creek and have otherwise improved the city Now Jot it down in your memo randum book I am going to Millers for structure Andrew Driskell of Hardinsburg SupÂ¬ my fall hat Alfrod Hennen manager of the timber erintendent of schools for Breckenrldge county spent Friday night in this city department of tho Cincinnati Cooperage withhls brother Geo Driskell Han Company came up from Hawesyllle Sat urday and spent a few hours in town on cook Clarion Captain James J Hennen and George business Mr John Flood a prosperous farmer living near StophenRport was in town Tuesday He has 20000 pounds of fine Burley tobacco and ia feeding 30 head of II Meyer Miss rvy Eathls ot MoDjuieto was hern last weok the guest of her aunt Mrs Henry Penlck Brevities Â¬ Â¬ Miso Wllllbeo Moorman has returnod liinit from aeveral weeks stay with her uncle at St John Bato lltirndon r prenentlngthn Home Insurance Company wab here last week Bollcitlngiiisurauce Luni Cooby of Kaunas City and sis ter MIbh Grace o Vnm Grovn are here vixitlug their sister Mrs Medley Minn IJcttioClarksoii ia- returned from several mouths visit wiih rulatlvuA hi Brandenburg and El bellitown Miisos Mayme Barnard Kdna Wilson of Louisville Fronie Clarkson of Eliza bethtowu Measm Mack Herndon Kirby Chambers nud Ben Clarknou Jr all ot Loutsvlllu formed a home party at MIbs Lydia Clarksons last Saturday and Sun Â¬ day James Edelon who belong to the U 8 Infantry regulars and who fought In Almanac for the year 1891 Ask any druggist for a free thu battle of Santiago is at home 011 a furlough Jim besides being in battle Heights Friday afternoon for a visit to makes every effort to write the news and whs attacked with yullow fevor then Miss Carrie Owen tiie truth If people do good thing he typhoid fover hut his Htrnng constitution Ib recorded Judge Mer- Â¬ believes in mentioning them and iu giv- Â¬ With pleasure being Htrnng pulled through all but cers visit to Glendeane He was a guest ing piaise wherever It Is due Kind greatly emaciated words while a man lives are better than at Mr W J Deanes epitaphs after he dies is more Catarrh in this section Mr J S Brown and family of Wel questionable There brother-in-laWiley Brashear whose health has of the country than all other diseases lltigon Mo are visiting his beeu on the decline for soveral months put together and until the last few MrTL Curtis years was supposed to be incurable Squire Jas A Moormau went to Clo- Â¬ dofsnt stem to improve He has been Buffering from hemorages of the lungp For a great many years doctors pro- Â¬ verport Friday to see Mrs Moorman He is prominently identified in railroad nounced it a local disease and prescribed who Is sick at that place local remedies and by constantly fall Dick Owen drove eighty hoad of fine circlrs In this city lug to cure with local treatment pro- Â¬ cattle to Lewieport lant week He will Science has havo them fed there this winter nounced it incurable proven catarrh to be a constitutional Mrs Jane Herrill and Mrs Sue Mercer disease and therefore requires constitu- Â¬ both of Rockport will arrive next Satur Halls Catarrh Cure tional treatment day to visit Mrs Lucy Hunter Co manufactured by F J Cheney Mr M O Osbornes dwelling was Toledo Ohio Is the only constitutional He saved most cure on the market It is taken inter- Â¬ burued last Thursday FOB SALE TURKEYS of the contents Origin of fire unknown nally in doees from 10 drops to a tea A numbor of our young people have IOK KAIIC Intly Ilrouio Turkejpf Urge fine spoonful It acts directly on the blood thirouvhhred Guaranteed pure and mucous surfaces of tho system They invitations to speud Halloween at Falls MUSGN lOOTK Irvington Ky offer ono hundred dollars for each case of Rough guests of Miss Mary Peytou FOR SALE MULES it fails to cure Send for circulars and Tim base ball craze has struck the woilt multi 17H1R SMK Pair testimonials Address school boys Before and after school and J2 hlRh MOIIGANul FONTAINE ItU hand Holt Ky Co Toledo O at the interuiUsious they are at thu F J OHENEY BSTSold bv Dugglats 76c FOR SALE WAGON game Miss Lena Hensley unable to gut her 17ORSALK Cah or Trade eera itronif two- GLENDEANE running gear brake almoit at attendants name attended church at KkhI ai new A real bargain C C lHWIb Goshen Sunday We are always glad for btephenfport Lee Meyer was here last week Hardinsburg fi lends to come BOOK KEEPING W C Moorman is in Louisville Tom Musselraau of Irvington was a KltKIINC uuKht IUKK by mall to Allan Deane waa here the last of last guest at Mr Charley Fishers Sunday BOOK prricni In each locality lie quick hUIWAUTZ SCHOOL 451 Equitable UulUIIng week Mr Mubselmau was singing the praises loulvllle Ky Louis Ashley goes to Cloverport Wed Â¬ of my old teacher Prof Crabbe SH0TGUN F0RSALE nesday Jes Moorman Gen Grant went to SAIK Cheap a double barrelled ia giv- Â¬ Jess Moorman Jr goes to Louisville Hauliusburg Saturday Shyness in IOll muzzle loading tlint gun in good condiing this information caused me to sus- tion J AMKS SK1IIMAN Cloverport this week but it Wick Moorman Cloverport was here pect that ho went to call on iu only a guess FOR SALE FARMS Saturday Unable to be present I tlud it impossi Â¬ TOll SAIIC A good little iarm 8t aero i a Mr and Mrs Bob Robertson are better 011 lirardenburg P ble to speak accurately of the meeting at roul mile nnrli nf riardimliuriccuntry Location and are sitting up AdvanliiKenoltnwn nnj Goshen Saturday and Suuday I hear healthful und lieautlful new buildlngf anmm with clotett pmlrv veranda etc Splen J I Henniuger was here last week that the Hov Crocker preached a very toltnge bim and oth r ulbulldingi Splendid did frame doirg his work as deputy assessor land produced 14 buihtls wheat to the acre with fine sermon Sunday no ItrtPiiTiuid 110 drill as ucrea in timber Price Jim Deane and Miss Carrie Owen were terms euy A great value ot aluut If I wasnt afraid tome of my good bare tinij wild at once f11111 n trliculari addieti II Icr In Hardinsburg one day last weuk K IlAltMOV Ilardiiitburir Ky triendi wouldnt get in town to gee an Mr Ford of Owontboro representing overcoat or n wrap Id never mention RAGS WANTED the DeanQeld coal was here Saturday the subject for it 1b wonderful how fast Mies Irene Board went up to Hardlns ANTED Cotton raiti while ir colored they are golug W O Moorman W mint be dean 11RECKFNRIOGE NEWS burg Friday evening to stay oyerSuuday Jo Walter ami Dud Ashley have re- OMICK Mrs Randall of Irvington was the turned from Grayson county Dud came Administrators Notice guest of Mrs Amanda Moorman Suuday in a day bohlud ou account of beiug with Allpemont havlnp claims girl Hes back all smiles and Dudley llambleton deceased against the estate of Cy Miller of Hardinsburg was the bis best are hereby notified settlement proven to guest of Miss Hallie Moormau last Sun- impatient for Christinas when he will or pretent them propeily oi Marchfor1899 Also on all before the it day return persorskuowing themselves Indebted lo his estate day will come forward and settle on or be ore said date I am just back from a thirteen mile Miss Ollle Hosklns gave a pleasant JAMES IIAMIILEIOV Administrator Â¬ party to her little friends last Thursday ride taking mo into the land uf the fra- Cloverport Ky Oct aj 189S grant sassafras the luscious persimmon night Administrators Notice McQuady died and the inviting wild grape More than Mr James Wright of of the persons having that 1 was at lmine and lifo was a pleas- Â¬ I All Mile- - deceased claims againstnotified estatepre to are hereby h last Saturday his death is much la nt tiiin nrnnrlv nroven for settlement on or ure mented before the 1st day It March i8yo Also all persons If it is uew and worth printing and knowing themselves Indebted to his estate will Mrs JT F Owen Is visiting her broth- Â¬ come forwaid and settle on or before sld date GKO llENrLYAdminUtrator er Mr Jim Clark Moormau of South happens in our territory please hand it for the Nkws Your correspondent Ilawcsville Ky Oct sj 189S in Carrollton Pc-ru-Pc-ru-Â¬ I rt n Pe-ru-Pe-iu-Â¬ asked Shnll women vote Shall they practice law Shall they compete with men in every field hntcver woman a mission may finally be de clared to bo It is certain that something must be dono for her physical health Ignorance superstition and mystery sur- Â¬ Ileroia round womans delicate organism efforts to endure pain is part of womans creed Many womens lives are a constant struggle with lassitude many are violently ill without apparent cause and few Indeed nre in normal health This Is all wrong and might bo different If women would follow Dr Uartraans ad- Â¬ vice Perhaps tho most practical printed talk to women to bo found anywhere Is in Dr Hartmans book called Health and Medicine Co Beauty which tho Columbus O will mall free to women only It Is certain that Dr Hartmans has proved a perfect boon for womens diseases of the pelvio organs It treats them scientifically and cures them permanently All druggists sell It I received your book and commenced the use of your medicine at once writes Mrs II D A moss of Greensboro Ga to I took five bottles of Dr Ilartnmn I feel llko a new woman When I commenced and two of Man-a-HI could hardly walk across my room now I am doing my own taking work and can walk to church I shnll never ccaso to tliQnk you for prescrib- Â¬ ing for mo I hod been under tho treatment of two doctors but never received any benefit until I commenced taking your medicine I wish every woman who was suffering as I was would send for ono of your books May God bless you and sparo you many years to relievo women who aro suffering as I was Fifty thousand women will bo counselled and prescribed for this year free of charge by Dr Hartman president of tho Surgical Hotel Columbus O All women suffering from any disease of tho mucous membrane or any of tho peculiar ills of women may write to him and tho letters will receive hU personal attention Writo for special question blank for women rlH Lkiwrv Womans Mission on fkytical health questions Vforaann LADIES CUT THIS OUT Laundering of Embroidery VSVVj Â¬ FAMILIAR arc about future constantly 4aBBft I SIHb m Our directions given below am intended to apply to mot ttiffiaiU piecet It does not follow that such special rare Is required upon plain simple work with no raised surfaces There directious apply especially lo first WAshlngs and to such work as strawberries fruits or work that Is raised of stuffed Where figures or petals are raised they absorb and hold so much water that any pressure of a hot Hit upon them uhen wt is likely to drive steam and dye out Into the linen The first thorough washing of an em broidered piece will usually rumovo nil loose dyes aud each subsequent laundering is attended with less and Irst risk therefore use best judgment and greatest care tho first time Washing An embroidered piece should nover lis put in with tho regular wash Lt it be washed by Itself In a wash bowl Take fairly hot water and tuako a light suds of Ivory or any other pure soap Rinse and wash quickly If the linen is soiled rub that portion between tho hands hut avoid a general rubbing Look at the piece while washing Hi and if any color shows a tendency to run give the piece a thoiough rinsing so the loosened dyo will he carried off iu thn water Take it nut ot the suds and rinse thoroughly in clear water so long as the dye shows any tendency to run In ras the dye acts specially bad and appears to be ooz ing out into the linen hold the part nnder a faucet and let the running water carry off the letting dye Having thoroughly washed the article enmmene to dry It Drying A wet piecH of embroidery should never ho hung up to dry neyer he fnlded upon Itself and thrown Into a heap nover left a moment while alleuding to something else Lay tlin pi ecu flat upon a dry lo vel or thick cloth and roll it up inside tills in such a way that no part of the em broidery can touch any other part of the linen In this shape it can bi wrung or twisted without danger After one or two such operations then unwrap aud shake vigorously until the article is dry enough to iron Ikoninu Liy the ptee fae down up in an Ironing tnard well covered with several thicknesses ot material Spread a clean white cloth over the embroidery And iron lghtly the wlnlo surface being careful not to press too heavily upon embroidered portions especially if they are stuffed As the article becomes dry and smooth tne top cloth can be removed and the final polish put on with a moderately hot irou always on the wrong side being careful to keep the flit off from raised or heavily embroidered portions Each subsequent washing can be done with leas risk We give the above facts for the reason that our store Is the recognized headquarters for Embroideries Stamped Linens and Flosses Thu holiday season is approaching and ladles who are contemplating making irjfts ol fancy work to husbands sweethearts and friends Bhould call and examine our stock WlAStMW SULZERS SHERIFFS SALE FOR TAXES 1898 1 WANTS Notice is hereby given that on MONDAY THE 21st DAY OP NOVEMBER It being the first day of a regular term of a County Court for Breckenrldge County Kentucky the undersigneu is Ex Sherill of Breckenrldge County Kentucky wilt expose to Public Sale at the Court House door In Hardinsburg Kentucky the following described real estate situated lying and being in Breckenrldge County Kentucky as the property of the following namtd persons or so much thereof as will satisfy the tax and cost against Bald parties as shown by amount hereafter stated Said sale will be for cash in hand Mag Dla 3 Andrew 3 H 3 3 CharleH HJaaoer 3 Charles T Marritt 3 ThomaaS Walls Sra heirs Dubolse 3 Mrs Buttle 3 Jennie Drown col 4 Huean Aicuurry 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Jaa M Cynthia DowpU Mrs Francis Hickfiraon Nime J Canary Coopera tiiire Deecriptlon of Property 50 Tax 8 20 Coat Total 2 Oil 1 03 2 Ot 2 53 2 20 2 25 1 70 2 OS 2 21 2 07 1 70 2 111 1 acres at 500 40 40 2G0 200 400 1000 250 6 JO 60 70 7 45 15 GO 10 10 11 51 100 3 to wu lots Stephensport 200 400 500 out L50 00 Susan B Payne Henry Priest William F Uyan David M iiuaciesai 75 42 2 80 8 05 350 10 20 7 95 1 75 i 05 1 10 10 2 7 53 0 40 18 13 12 30 13 25 4 60 10 13 12 41 10 02 50 50 50 8 100 140 J00 200 100 250 3 45 Â¬ Â¬ 1 James D Kohards James TSublett Loin English heirs Owlviii Harris Jamps It Knott 4 4 llaphel Knott Jr 4 4 4 JohnG Hobs Kobs 300 300 1120 2 50 1 7 10 2 1 80 2 7 85 2 10 95 2 10 77 102 25 600 230 6 CO 1 1 1 1 1 50 75 75 ISO 100 200 100 400 175 100 150 600 100 125 Itinhard Lavon col Klijah Mucker col 6 lyid AIk khI 5 Ci lies Watts col 1 tl 30 3 55 I 35 1 25 00 60 3S 35 r John llowan 5 5 5 6 Â¬ a 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 Â¬ I GRAND FARM Mr Fred Owens horse fell and bruUeJ him considerably one day last week Not serious Mrs F M Powell was in Fordsville last week tho guest ot her daughter Mrs J W Howard Miss Mary Moorman went out to The S3SSSS333 3S033S4 For rent at SU per month a large nine room building cmtrully located suitable for a boarding houso Apply to Alex Boyd Cloverport or F L Boyd Owensboro Ky The brightness of winter the beauty of fall anl the plcturi Equeuessof winter all lalthiuiiy reproduced in water colors by an eminent nrtlbt on thu pictures that are heiug offered ai premiums by T10 beautiful creations r Thn Pair make up an art collection worth going mjlea The public is cordially invited to inspect them There Is a great deal of art in buying niilimry and you cant make your selections in A mill It taken time Tim fall I Ki 1w tm trade lina egun aniLof course a hat is nenlfd or one to be rouinimed We have obtained 000 nf tho most exumt Of 16tf acres witlilu three quarters of a trlninirs from tho east sod thin goes jBiWof Oweneboro Ky Every irch of Vfithnutaajliig ymi can wear your lat It Iw rich m cr am H lays on the best or bonnet throughout the fall with in the county the land is rolllns to pleasuio Judith Miller rehiGO acres are in grasJ excellent To Go Out of Business water Well spring and cistern Build half story new brick lags one The Impresalou ha gone out that Mrs of tea rooms the finest farm residence in the county J immense barns 3 tenement II V Duncan will continue in buaineas bouses one of which la a good frame of Such la not the case Sickness In her elxrooros and a complete set of build family nreveuta her from giving the time tiBM whleb really make It a separate and attention to her millinery Blore that We iU Mil this plact at an im U000 Terms ono she should She want to get out entire- Â¬ tow figure Mftgh bawnc In oae two three ly and la selling her stock at fifty per fetor ami live yi ars will below coat She Invites all ladles to J ed far Mr Ht ot farsu for sale call at her parlors and take advantage of the opportnltlfa she gives for then to save money All penoM owlag her are 31410 Third S4rf requ stetl to sWp up aad boMU pWfUWktORO KENTUCKY Â¬ If hog Your Get Your Fall and Winter to6 Â¬ Vnnr doctor knows all about foods and modlolnes ann mm Thn nnrt tfmo vnu juat ask him what ho thinks or of Cod Iilvor Oil with Hypo- phoephltoB We aro willing trust tolPni in his answer r dOO- twnnttr flva VOBTfl our tors have prosorlbodweak- Emulsion for paleness ness nervous exhaustion and for all dlsoasos that cause loss In flesh Its croamy color and Its nlnaoanr tanta make It Of- lpeolally useful for thin and delloate onuaren Nn other nrenration of COd- IIimu nil la IIIca It Dont lose time and risk your health by taidmr someuung- uaiauwu and untried Keep In mind BGOTTB that stood the HMULSION test for a kaa quarter of a eentury SCOTT WWNB Doctor Knows SHOES At this Store if you want the latest and handsomest styles We have everything new in Footwear We handle an extensive line of Moorman 0 Kitty A Davidson 0 It S Morris 0 James Overton sr 0 SamE Tmil 0 Thomas Duncan col u H M McCracken u William H Pemberton 0 Clarence Bowman 0 JauieoT Carwlle 0 Thomas Gray 0 Moses Johnson 0 Georgt W Mattingly 0 Sebastian Mattingly ti James H McCarty a Morgan OBryan 0 Newton L Sturgeon 5 1 Ancil Carmans heirs Elizabeth Carman 5 E P Haynes 5 Julius Leglnskey 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 NIMercer 5 H O Hasklnsou 5 Isaac Trabue WyleyP Board Clmrles Dobblestelno Thomas Ganuway Mrs M M Gregory Greeu Gilpin G P Hudson MattKaaee Montrevtlle Lampton Lyon John William K Lyon Sylvester Mercer Charles L Pate James A Quiirgina Mrs Nancy Alexander col Maria Duncan col Wm O Bradley Marlon Dunn Martha Alexander Elizabeth Pruit John T Bramlette ZackT Hlcliarlllrown 70 100 76 76 128 150 Board 8 80 2 45 1 70 2 45 10 10 0 If 1 2 1 1 1 2 1 1 00 SO 50 80 117 100 6 10 1 2 40 I 1 1 1 1 1 00 50 100 30 1 lot ConBtantlne 200 acres at 400 200 125 700 600 400 200 175 52 100 121 1 200 60 200 150 200 lot Constantino 113 acres at 500 76 50 200 000 250 5 200 50 68 34 300 100 200 200 700 3180 John 80 00 460 130 108 33 22 307 60 1 500 200 60 25 1266 300 60 lot 17 at Jelly acres at 40 lot Glendeaue 300 1 lot ltockvale 50 100 1 lot llKkyale 40 acres at 1100 1 180 150 200 100 60 1 1 1 1 Hats Caps Clothing Dress Goods and Notions OUR STOOK HAS BEEN PLACED ON THE COUNTERS FOR YOUR INSPECTION Â¬ 1 1 1 1 Â¬ Sceifs Emulsion tl 1 1 1 Hardin Havnes heirs Huckleby Tract Mrs Margaret Lanagan Mrs Elizabeth May Alexander Nicholson Ell Pile Kliaha Staples Alexander Adams heirs V U Babhage agent James TUad James H Himan Mrs PaUy Masey 40 60 160 75 125 110 300 250 100 150 112 160 3 lots Harned 06 acres at 305 7 87 0 44 04 2 39 3 00 4 77 77 3 30 5 09 70 1 40 3 08 08 1 01 1 00 2 07 7 45 6 62 1 93 4 50 1 80 0 30 1 40 1 08 3 08 4 00 1 83 5 83 1 40 1 68 as 75 1 04 2 39 3 00 1 77 4 77 1 40 1 08 3 as II 48 1 98 8 40 60 03 4 DO 01 02 6 85 1 95 7 80 5 05 1 90 0 95 5 20 1 01 7 11 4 10 1 84 5 04 19 38 2 70 22 14 0 20 1 07 8 17 J 80 1 77 4 03 2 00 1 77 4 35 3 00 I 75 4 77 2 30 1 73 4 03 00 1 71 3 71 2 1 94 1 71 3 05 2 20 1 73 3 90 2 30 1 73 4 03 2 05 1 75 4 40 70 1 64 2 34 1 15 1 00 2 81 0 00 2 10 12 00 14 04 2 47 17 11 5 30 1 III 7 21 5 09 1 04 7 03 1 1 1 1 1 4 25 2 00 0 30 4 35 6 80 5 15 7 55 4 57 75 12 14 00 2 70 74 4 24 1 02 12 18 11 OS 00 0 01 79 22 74 93 7 53 8 27 97 85 5 35 98 8 33 98 8 33 12 10 92 74 4 19 70 3 40 4 19 71 20 12 30 till 8 11 3 29 09 7 00 90 74 4 14 09 3 29 3 29 09 0 10 85 1 71 1 117 1 80 1 1 3 7i 94 90 Vi 8 27 0 21 7 74 7 Oj oO 2 9 7 20 100 100 i WE KNOW You will ho Bntibllod with our goods and our prices quiro into tbem 1 1 1 1 NatBrickov 240 I lot in Harm d 125 200 acres at 400 81 200 05 1 Albert Lelchardt Wilson heirs by Ilobt Wilson Alfred Combs 60 100 63 25 150 200 125 two-aml- -a if you 6 6 in- 1 AOKiitlev Dr 26 25 40 C 00 0 17 6 05 0 15 3 42 2 05 3 02 i 40 2 i 3 HestonWillis Company CLOVERPORT KY rt 160 1 lot Constantlne J Iota Hardinsburg 550 K Hays 50 acres at 100 Henrv Board rnl 15 45 Abe Dane col 24 15 F P HaygKxl 1 lot Cloverport 260 Mary Cary heirs Mrs Maltle Fanner for Pretv 1 lot Cloverport 500 toa heirs William E Pool J i 08 3 as 2 15 1 72 3 87 3 10 1 78 4 83 8 W5 2 14 10 09 tl 65 1 99 8 04 6 05 I 03 7 58 63 70 4 82 63 62 4 60 1 80 U 31 8 02 2 13 11 11 28 30 02 2 02 2 00 8 00 2 16 11 32 6 95 1 90 1 Ofl 8 11 1 80 6 22 1 7J 3 77 1 82 5 75 3 1 05 8 A PATE Sheriff Br eckesrldfse County F P PAYNE W B GARDNER Deputy Sherlfts WILLIAMS LITTLE l ChusNw Yo VWmGHttttmttG2ttGE4CP m BRANDENBURG make others happy make lovely any countenance Look around you and ad Â¬ mit there is Mots in physiognomy We have always thought the President would finally decide to take nil the Phil Â¬ ippines The country Is for the samo policy Let us raiso tho American flag wherever and whenever wo ran It means freedom liberty education wor Â¬ shiping God according to the dictates of conscience Up with tho banner I am so glad Dreyfus Is to bo grant d another trial I believe he was Improp Â¬ erly convicted He may not bo innocent v but most of ua are unanimous that IiIh trial was not fair France is somewhat iu An upheaval and seems very much afraid that her honor may not be preserved The racket is all iu her own household Ton g it Monday the lads nnd lassie belles and beaux will assemble witli me tofpend Halloween evenlig In fottnne telling music uud dauclug Friday night copies the semi monthy Literary and Musical at the BrAudenburg Normal Sunday will be the Kentucky Sunday School Convention of this district al 1 30 at the Baptist church The occasion is booked ai an uuuaually Interesting in structive one Come There has been something on the lapis pretty continually and we aro still on the go Lafayette Day at Hrandeuburg was Old Glory was a most pleasant event raised over the building with smaller Old Glories and cedar decorating the Patriotic Bongs recitations interior declamation essays made an interesting Bi other Litchfield made a program most beautiful eloquent address on the chartcter and career of Lafayette Quito a nice littlo sum vas raised and forward- Â¬ Youtha Suits ed to Washington and wo will have at ages from 13 to block in the million dollar least one 18 Novelty monument at Paris Sunday was Rally Plaid well mado Missionary Day at the M E chinch fund The children recited well and showed training The choir rendered very sweet vocal music with Miss Allio Reld as oiganist whose voluntary was Childrens Suits from appealiug Mrs D M Duncan Miss Lula Lewis Messrs W D Ashcraft and Bud But Price showed proficiency Mies Mary Lewis a beautiful girl in a solo was the feature of the prrgrain She upwards has a rich full cultivated voice which Woolen Misaes Bess Mens she controls witn ease Pants Lewis and Lula Woolfolk two lovely Mr Tlios Teare girls read and recited Chas Casperke made excellent talks Bro Litchfield with his fine presence a pair impressive manner and sonorous voice told the object of the day A liberal Other grades in collection followed Â¬ SSkti GREAT REDACTION SALE FOR THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS AT THE VITALS BRAND SUITS formerly culled Diagram Suits and so called because the Uia- showing tho making or 10 vitals of the garments is attached to tho sleeve of every coat Â¬ New Fall Patterns are ready You can pick from Blue and Black Glevlots and Worsteds and from over 50 different styles of mixtures Plaids and Checks in nil the new fashion able fabrics Suite to lit every build of men as nice as the best tailors can fit you We urn sole agents for the celebrated Diagram Suits the beat in the world for the money Send a mall order for any Â¬ thing you may need in our line Money refunded if goods are not perfectly satiefactory Â¬ 750 LEVY BROS Third and Market Louisville Ky Mr and Mrs Jo Phillip of Chicago visited relatives here last week Mine Nelle Cunningham has returned to Mrs Fon Rhodes for school duties M lea lone Dnwdeu Iain Louisville to select fall and winter millinery gods Miss Maydee is a charming hostess to an attractive coterlo of girls at a homo party The next thing on docket Is a Thanks Â¬ giving entertainment by Brandenbmg Normal The big Episcopal meeting advocated expansion Theres a big work ahead for all churches Mrs W Ftjlrlunell Is a victim of ma- Â¬ laria contracted iu the early fall she Is Improving however A wee Theres a new girl in town Hester lassie at Jung S P Wool folks Elizabeth Congratulations Inllueuzi is raging in London We hope it will not cross the water as recollections of It are not pleasant Diptherla has disappeared we hope for good Our physicians certainly were wonderfully successful with It Mr W D Ashcraft is visiting the schools but lie will stay over to the Hal- Â¬ loween party to learn his fate Dr Hardins family has move into Mrs Ditto has James Dittos house joined her husband In Louisville Mrs Jesse Herndon and her cousin Miss Herndon from Missouri will visit Mrs J V Lewis f iniilv this week Â¬ GREEN FLAG BARGAIN STORE Ladies Capes Full 95 inch sweep trimmed well ft i 3 CLOTHING Mens wolj mado 0 ash Â¬ men Suits SHOES Mens every day Heavy Shoes per pair Mens Fine Shoes At Jl 110 Length 23 inches full 100 inch Bweop mado of Eng- Â¬ lish Beavor 11 inch shoul- Â¬ der capo trimmed with 3 rows of Hercules hraidcdg od r ith black connoy fur 5 J inch collar braid trimmed 398 Woolen clay worsteds BuitB Q QVfe 498 A better grade of 18 oz im- Â¬ and fur edged yObi 150 Length 29 inches 120 inch sweep made of Raritan Beaver with 13 inch capo trimmed and edged with a black donney fur This garment is cut from one piece and is well made each 113 T ported for clay 750 regular price 1250 298 Seal Plush Cape strong silkette lined 54 inch collar edged with 3 inch patent Thibet fur length 19 inches and 82 inch sweep each Better grades in Ladies and Mens Shoes at way down prices DRY GOODS Calicoes at 3c a yard by the bblt Cannelton Hoosier Cotton a yard Hope Cotton Red Table Cloth 17o yard Table Oil Cloth 15c a yd Floor Oil Cloth 25o a yard Mens Sox 5c a pair Ladies Stockings 5c and 10c a pair Mens Suspenders 10c a pair We all seemed to take a telegraphic vote last Sunday and decided by a lare majority to go We generally so decide 300 Length 1G inches full 90 inch sweep a standard grade black seal plush 5 inch fancy braid trimmed collar Collar and front edged with patent Thibet fur cape with braid patterns Â¬ 0c 3jc Breckenridge WEDNESDAY NOV News 2 1898 here 4 Misses Kate and Irraa Gordon of New Albany will arrive today Monday to be the guests of Mies Maydee Pusey at a house party EKRON I hope that big political fight in New York State will result In Van Wyck beat- Â¬ W L Andrew was in Louisville last ing Roosevelt to the tune of ninety odd week thousand Dave Hendry of Flaherty was in town Misses Lillian and Virginia Rhodes en- Â¬ Sunday tertained very pleasantly last week for Bob Thomas of Battlotown was here MIbs Vancleve of Lebanon and Jess Sunday Taylor of tho U S army Wade Shacklett of Louisville spent Admiral Dewev will arrive In San Sunday with his parents Francisco from the Orient about Dec 0 Max Willett and wife were the guests of Chicago will telegraph for him to come Jas Wimps family Sunday on sure She will never be out done Several in our little town are complain- Â¬ Mr Burton had several trees set outin ing with bad colds and neuralgia the yard of Brandenburg Normal after Orla Woo folk and his sister spent Lafayetto exercises They were named Sunday with the young folks here for the French Marquis Hobson Schley Jesse Clarkson of Big Spring received Sampson MuKinley Hobard last but four car loads of stock hero last week not least Burton I have moved to the house just vacat- Â¬ Miss Alice Rose of Elizabethtowu is the guest of Dan Shackletts family this ed by Dr J M Hardin second door from Normal Providence has favored me I w eek Geo Mclntire shipped two hogsheads could not be more conveniently or pleas Â¬ antly situated for the pupils I always of tobacco last week the first to be ship dislike to leave kind neighbors but I ped from this otntion eyer find dear good friends wherever I Dave Henrv trie fat grocery drummer spent Sunday with his wife at her fath Patriotism all over the land seems to ers Mr Ben Carrico be at white heat Founding of a Nation- Â¬ Mr and Mrs J P Shacklett Jr spent al University at Washington Is now re- Â¬ Sunday with the latters parents Mr ceiving the attention of the people of the and Mrs D 8 Roberta United States 250000 needs to be Uncle Ben Shacklett who has been on raised the sum asked of us for the La- Â¬ the sick list for sometime is expected to fayette statue and it seems to be easy be able to be in town this week and pleasant Chicago has aaln been the focus for Mr Leucke of Louisville our shoe- Â¬ maker will leave us Monday he is used all eyes Miles and Shafter were very to city life and cannot stand the country close at the Jubilee ball but were not seen to speak They should have two farm to learn that Miss stepped together to Sousas Bride Elect We are very sorry Nettle Shumate who has been suffering Mrs Potter Palmers charity ball was a with typhoid fever for several days is regal affair and the proceeds were twenty-two thousand for the families of needy still in a dangerous conditiou soldiers Our fruit crop was very light this sea- Â¬ Has somebody been criticising the end Â¬ son IkoO wings one of our main buy- Â¬ ings the tenses dec of Bewleyvilles Meyer and Mitchell of Louis-Â¬ ers with Well just so we dont say have verbs ville shipped only about 250 barrels and saw I written and would have went season they shipped COO barrels per last we will pass muster The first fellow dav for some time that is a la old Butler or Webster let him Our farmers are very late this time hold up his hand and we will send him sowing wheat on account of so much head to stay till the Peace Commissoners rain but I see they are taking advantage sail homeward of every opportunity they have I dont President McKinleys speech at Chic doubt but some of them could have been agos banquet was lofty in tone and pa- Â¬ found in the field Sunday but if such triotic in sentiment but the Windy Citv should be tho case we trust that God will would have liked him to have been more look upon it as the ox in the ditch and definite on the Philippine question If not charge it as sagainst His holy will the Peace Commissioners have received Uncle Wat Simmons died at the any special instructions on the subject Meade county poor house last Wednes Â¬ he did not divulge it But we know the day Uncle Wat was once sheriff of President is for expansion and the reten Meade county owned several slaves and tion of those islands a number of acres of land and other proTo do great things to meet fitly great perty but misfortune brought him to the responsibilities a nation like a person poor house but nevertheless God can be must be conscious of its dignity and in the poor house as well as in the finest power America knows now she is a mansions if we seek him in the proper great nation the whole world knows it way wealth will not do to depend on The late war revealed the elements The even in this life let us seek God in time whole world today admires and respects Well Jack Frost lias certainly visited America as never before An all ruling ua at last with his death sting to all Providence has so ordained it This vegitatiou and the beautiful fall flowers nation was too great to be longer isolated that so many of the girls have tried so from the world around her Miss Williums has sailed away oer the hard to save to make their beaux bouquets He did not pay any attention deep blue sea to wed Gen Merritt in to some of our moon sign prophets that London where she was presented at the claim he does no damage In light moon Queens drawing room when Robert T I am no prophet as I have always Lincoln was our minister and when she thought that our Creator had control of received a great deal of social attention the moou and frost also and the Bible also iu Paris and yet the wedding will be quiet and without ostentation from says beware of false prophets choice People rarely get married but An old cry with most everybody is once and they should have all the enthu and some lay the hard times siasm and brllliaucy possible hard times The very to one thing and some another they say pinnacle of pomp Bhould be reached it too extravagant I have often he is a military man people are thought that myself but a great many Speaking and thinking of missionary p ople are becoming more economical day reminds me of our late general con- Â¬ A few days ago a lady came in the store and wanted a pair of the largest 10c hose vention of the Episcopal church It has In the house and said she could not been one of the most important convoca- Â¬ afford to pay 10c a pair for her little tions of the American church and was girla hose when she could buy a large hold at our national capitol Bishop pair and make her two pair out of the Grayes of China gives as one reason for tops and then sew the feet on a pair of believing in missions is tho people of old tops and make herself a good pair China want the Christian religion they dont you see three pair of hose for 10c are deceitful to the last degree but as soon as they come under the teaching of beat It if you can the church they form an honest basis for If you have sore throat soreness acroa character the back or side or your lungs leel sore HThe face Isfaaiindex to the character or tender or you threatened with and the heart Unkindnees Insincerity diptherla or pneumonia apply BAL Â¬ deceit malice all stand out in the coun- Â¬ LARDS SNOW LINIMENT externally tenance They make crows feetseams and and use BALLARD 8 HOREHOUND tell tales of what Is in the Inner temple while charity good will aad a desire to SYRUP A R FWier Â¬ 298 DU Vi wt 1 98c 98c o i J Black Fedora Style Hat 75c worth 125 A better grade fine finished and silk lined 126 a regular 176 hat Hats and Caps Groceries Good Bacon Winter Weight Caps from 20c up SaYf aBBJ BM Lard a lb Standard Granulated Sugar 17 lbs for Arbuckles Coffee 10c a package Lion Coffee 10c a package Good Green Coffee 10c a lb Coal Oil 10c a gallon 12 Bars of Good Wash Soap 25c 3 pint Cups 5c 2 lbs Soda 5c Mustard Sardines a box 7c 7jc a lb 1 BBBh Blankets 10 4 A Better Grade at 75c 11 4 Heavy Blanket 115 a pair 11 4 Grey Blanket 48c proportion Extra Heavy 148 a pair regular Blanket 200 YELLOW LAKE 7c Mr Nace Cooms was on the sick Monday Mr Fred Cannon Is typhoid fever Main Store Hawesville Ky Mr Eli f torms spent a few days in Grayson county last week Mr Frank Rhodes is in Louisville this n series of meetings with Walnut Grove week purchasing his fall and winter church goods Our stock of clothing has arrived Wo Miss Ned Hunter is spending a few have a full line Give us a call Shel Â¬ days with her sister Mrs Bright of man Co Ruth Our ladies wraps are going fast Call Mr Dolph Rhodes has beon sick the and select yours hefore they are gone past two weeke with a light attack of Shelman Co fevers Will Shelman of Union Star spent His numerous Bro Waggoner preached to a large and Thuisday in town attentive audience at Pleasant Hill last friends were delighted to see him Sunday On account of large sales of underwear We hear that Mr Jim Glasscock is we have been forced to re order You very low and his deutli is expected at ihouid exiuiine our Hue Shelman Co any time Willie Mnjor who has been very III of Several comical negro dialogues were ecailtt fever at tho home of his grand Â¬ entertaining features of tho Literary last parents Mr and Mrs Bate Washington Wednesday night is about well Mrs Ken Rhodes spent Saturday and Mrs Figgott and two children were Sunday in Hardinsburg the guest of her quite sick a few days last week with se- Â¬ sister Mrs John Lewis vere colds but we are happy to say are Misses Mary and Lna Mattingly at rapidly improving tended the entertainment at Glendeane Mrs Dr Moremen and Miss Nora Hen last Saturday night and report a delight Â¬ derson Irvii gton and Mrs R N Miller ful time ilardlnsbuig were guests of Mrs Ken We wonder if Miss Lona Rhodes has Wathen on Saturday enjoyed another such a plersant ride as W J Iiggott sprained his ankle in she did on Mr Nelse Quiegins freight attempting to jump from a train ono wagon night last week His many friends re Â¬ The Literary Journal does not quite gret the accident and will be glad to hear learn all thecaptical jokes on Elza Moore of his recovery and as I am a good friend of his I mean Shelman Hawes will soon have their to whisper it low new store house fitted out with stools Mr John Wilson died very suddenly which will add much to the comfort of with congestive chills at his home near customers They are strictly Jewel creek Oct 23 leaving a wife and full of enterprise juBt the kind of men four small children we need The meeting of the Fortnightly Club Mr Fraukie Rhodes was inquiring last week of his aunt how much furniture to have been with Mrs George Lyddan was necessary to begin housekeeping I on Oct 29th was postponed until Nov 6th on account of Mrs Lyddana illness wonder what he was thinking of Mr Oscar Hughes of Grayson county The club will meet with her Saturday was through here last week selling wash Â¬ at li0 oclock PaoanAU Answer to Rollcall Cur Â¬ ing machines and was the guest of his friend Uncle Frank Rhodes Thursday rent Events Mualc Miss Nora Hen Â¬ derson Quo Vadis and sketch of Author night Miss Julia Greenwood A trip to Boa Misses Minnie and Luna Cobb and ton and other Eastern Cities Mrs Jno Mr Billle Frank of Fordsville paid this neighborhood a flying visit last Saturday Wimp Askethof 8 Weir Mitchell Music Miss Ellen and Sunday taking in Sand Knob en Mrs W J Piggott A sketch of Jas Lane Alleu Munford route home and latest work Miss Lllliu McGloth Beautiful snowfllakes over robes of Ian green Quite an uuusual sceue iu Oct Why shouldnt the Irvlngtou Fort- Â¬ And how the North wind doth whistle nightly club be a strictly or Â¬ and chill outside whilst the cherry fire ganization by joining the Womaus Fed glows within eration of Clubs There is a number of women among those composing it who IRVINGTON would inako a creditable showing at the nort convention The Fortnightly gives J 0 Rudd the Owensboro insurance promise of an interesting years work man was here Friday and the members are looking forward We always have in stock what wo ad Â¬ with much enthusiasm to the winter Co vertise Shelman meetings Mr and Mrs J B Randall spent Sun Â¬ Did auy of the public schools in the day with friends in Glendeane county celehrato LaFayetto day on Isst R N Miller Hardinsburg was In Wednesday T It Is certainly quit fitting that we should celebrate by sorg and town Saturday enroute to Louisville Little Hayden son of Mr and Mrs story the gallant deeds of the brave Jas Bramlette is very sick with pneumo Â¬ Marquis de LaFayette without whose help and encoursganient the struggling nia American colonies would have fared Wheat sowing in this section is yery badly indeed What If Frenchmen have much retarded on account1 of continued seemed hostile to us in our late unpleas Â¬ rain All honor and gratitude aro antness We have just received a complete lino due the great Marquis the friend of of girls and boys school shoes tihelmaa Washington and of liberty who infused iCo new life Into the hearts of discouraged Key J T Lewis of this place will hold patriots As Washington has recently Â¬ te 1 We do not simply advertise for tho benefit of the newspapers but we do it for the benefit of our customers and those who are seeking for We extend aa invitation to every man or woman in this county and surrounding community to come and see tho wonderful bargains list bargains Respectfully Yours we now offer at our store very sick with H BAKER BROS STEPHENSPORT HARDINSBURG KY been honored in France as The Father of Liberty HARDINSBURG O E Haswell purchased a fine Jersey cow and calf last week price 150 Miss Katie Eskridge has a very inter- Â¬ esting music class at the B N college Miss Irene Board camo up last Satur Â¬ Mrs Frank O Ferry is in Louisville for a weeks visit Mrs Sam Dix was in Cloverport day and spent Sunday with her parents Mr Baker the Hawesville member of the firm of Baker Bros was here a few day last week Mr J A Dean was here last Saturday and held a meeting of the creditors of Isaiah Daltou Mr John Burks representing the New York Life Insurance Company was here a few days last week Scott Morton was here last Saturday to look at Tim Hermans farm with a view of purchasing it V G Babbage has been appoiuted by the Federal court Trustee in Bank rupcy for Isaiah Daltou Prof Herman dismissed the public school last Friday ou account of the death of his uncle John Ilarman Send mo 40c silyer and your picture any kind and I will make you two photo buttons from it A W Vickers Hawesville Mrs W S Beard and her two daugh Â¬ ters went out in the country last Satur- Â¬ day and spent Sunday with Mrs Tice Miller They have had quite an epedemio of typhoid fever in the neighborhood of Jollys Station this fall There has been several deaths there County clerk O ten Cunningham who has been sufleriug some time with a se vere sore throat will go to Louisville this week to be treated by a specialist The latest advices received from broth- Â¬ er BIgham were to tho effect that Ills family was still sick He may however reach here the latter part of this week Miss Allco Baker who is attending the Logan Female College atRuseelvilleKy writes home that she Is very much pleased with her surroundings aud the college facilities generally Notick For the next thirty days I will sell my entire stock of goods at cost Now is the time to secure baigilns Come early and get the pick Terms cash Positively nothing sold on time J B Whitworth Gaifleld P M Beard is In Louisville this week purchasing his stock of Christmas goods He will display them about the first of December and promises that they will be ahead in variety and quality of anything he has yet shown the public hero in that line The Sunday newsboy is now abroad in Hardinsburg something heretofore un Â¬ known in the old town The Sunday train brings the Sunday newspaper and while there are raaay remaining o con damn it still from the bundle the boy carries around with him he evidently finds a goodly number of patrons The Har Â¬ dinsburg women though prayed H the saloons ami If this Sunday newspaper business gala toe eenspklew tby way take a whack at it Â¬ Thursdny and Friday last Miss Mabel Moorman of Yelyington is visiting relatives here Quite a number from Union Star atÂ¬ tended services here Sunday Mrs E T Hiner of Weldou is the guest of Mrs Charlotte Hiner Mrs Graham Jolly of Sample was with her mother Mrs Saliie Blaine last week Mrs James Crawford and daughter Miss Katie went to Louisville Tuesday for a few days Quarterly meeting was held in M E church Saturday and Sunday by presid Â¬ ing Elder Overton Mrs Will Lennln and children of Hardiusburg are with her parents Mr and Mrs R A Smith this week Prof Scott is in town and is being very successful in selling instruments aud placing others in homes for trial Mrs E U Miller Mrs L B Helm and Mrs R W Vaughn spent Monday with Mrs Sam Dix in the upper bottom Dr T T Eaton of Louisville will lecture in Baptist church here Thursday evening November 10th subject Our Poor Kin Hon David Powers instead of Josb as stated in last weeks items will expound the principles of the Republican doc-Â¬ trine to his followers here Saturday Nov 6th The correspondent not being much versed in political affaire hence the mistake and we beg both gentlemen in question pardon One good woman was heard to remark not long since that her better half was perfectly petrified when it come to active service in his church This was said in a joke perhaps but we dont think her far from beiug right nor lashe alone with hor silent partner when it comes to work for the Lord as there are others Glendeane It is a very ft rlile valley and is inhabited by some of the most substan- Â¬ tial citizens of Breckenridge The writer had the pleasure of meet Â¬ ing that genial whole souled man Prof Crabbe a few da b ago and will say tho people of Irvington are to be envied Patrons of schools should take more Interest In their childrens welfare They should not only send children regularly but should visit schools and encourage teacher and children by their interest in the work I saw Prof Joel H Pile last Saturday and he Bald all things were well with him Mr Pile has charge of the school at Glendeane and he has a school of which he may be justly proud anu to those who want an all round education we would say go to Glendeane DUKES Rain snow and sleet Rev S J Rltchey has typhoid feyer Tom Downs had a good colt to die the other day very suddenly Chestnuts are plentiful this time and are of the finest quality A drove of 80 head of fine cattle passed tnrongn town Thursday Oscar McGavock shipped 22 nice fat hogs to Louisville Saturday There is so little said on politics that the election is about to slip upon some unawares Will Campbel last a good horse Mon Â¬ day it died in twenty minutes after tak Â¬ ing the harness off A few more good days and the sorghum crop of this community will be la a con Â¬ ditiou that frosts and freezes wlllfnot hurt it Owensboro V SUNNY DALE Wheat sowing is about over in this suction Much corn has been injured in this section on account of wet weather The writer flatters himself that he has the best school In the country every Â¬ thing considered School is progressing nicely at this place Good attendance and close appli Â¬ cation will make any school a success We regret very much to hear of the death of Jas W Wright as he was a good man and will be a great loss to his com Â¬ munity John Rhodes one of the oldest aad most highly respected citizens of this section died th 27th aad was buried the 28th at Long Lick church John M Wilson died at his home near here a few days ago Mr Wilson is a brother to Granville Wilson and we re Â¬ gretted to hear of his death KuBay Dale is a beautlftil valley of sows twe er three thousand aerea extent aiUuued kalf way between Kirk aad tobacco buyers are clean Â¬ ing up the crop in our adjoining neigh- Â¬ borhood they are paying from seven to ten dollars We love to read the letters f all the correspondents We think we voice the sentiments of all the sorlbes of the News when we say our Editor endeavors to make every issue more interesting to its many readers let every scribe endeavor to aid and assist the Editor in laying be Â¬ fore the reading public so grand a paper as drops from hlsprees once a week Mr Editor news Is as seems as ugly girls with us this week and if you ever tried to find aa ugly girl you have some Idea what a time we have had trying this week to get a few paragraphs for the column assigned to this point perhaps this is only aa off week Such is life let us make the best of It we can never mind things has happened and they are going to happen again If the world stand long enough liyu the bye did you know that the stars were going to fall the sights of the 13th and 29th of next month The death angel visited our neighbor Â¬ hood Thursday morning and takes ttou our midst ear friend and neighbor Jeha Campbel He died after a abort illness of ulceration of the bowels He leaves a wife and five grown seas te mourn his loss The bereaved ease have the sym Â¬ pathy of their many frieada He was Wd to rest la the Wheatley graveyard Friday evening 1 hit osc tOT4 far ow44 din J OurnimiuitioubMiiori ul i Aad withered at all our Kul Iwm lAt Uytaj tU Vomi otW SigU r U Ml lm2hSU Te Uoaa te fed m mm jj VJfPVfT PfC lie Likes It LOVE WAS A QUEER CUSTOfl How Chinese Conduct Post flortcin Weddings A Sliausl missionary went lo conduct a funeral the othor day and narrowly es caped being present at a marrhga The dead man was n bachelor of fifty and fearing that his spirit would wander coinpanioiileBS iu the world of shades relatives had scoured the countrysldo for a dead maiden to marry to him aud hury with him A desirable bride bad beeu found some seven miles away and was encollined and prepared for the double ceremony of marriage and hurla As eoou as the Christian service was con Â¬ cluded and the missionary and his friends had leit the other ceremonies began Marring is of the dead by inter Â¬ ested frlonds are common in Shansi Nortli China Herald Â¬ TRIUMPHANT Cupid Was More Powerful Than TOTAL LOSSES Our War Willi Spain Was One of Surprises The Casualties Were Comparatively Small on lioth Sides F R WILDER C28J Fourth St Louisville Ky J M HARDIN Brandenburg Ky CBANK -- OF HARDIN IN WILDER JDZEZfcTTISTS IRVINGTON Every WcdifbHduy and ThurHUfiy utter the Fourth Monday in Each Jtith H AUDI NS BURG B F BEAltD Presideut WILL MILLER Vice President M H BEAKD Cashier Q W BEAHI MOltKIH ESKKIDQE DIHEOTORS H M JOLLY J Mammon t Howard lould Forfeits 5000000 or Marrying the Qirl Ho Loved When Jay Gould died he lft Ironclad instructions with respect to the marriago of his children Amoig other stipula Â¬ tions in tho will of tho New York mil- Â¬ lionaire it was specified that if any ono of his childron married without the con sent of the majority of the trustees and executors of the estate such childs in terest in the estate should be reduced one half This stipulation was made for the reason that Jay Gould did not wish his children to marry adventurers or fortune soekers and therein he acted like auy other prudent father With the peculiar penchant oi the Gould boys for the charms of actresses Howard Gould some two years fg fell in love with Miss Viola Katherine CIoie mons who was then in training for thti stagi Ho could not resist the enchant niont which this beautiful woman threw around him although he well knew that if ho married her ho would be obliged to sacrifice ono lialf oi his fortune When he found himself thus hopelessly ontangled in the meshes of Cupids net he endeavored to conciliate the trustees and executors of the estate but without success In the meantime he continued to court the winsome society of Miss Clemtuona and to show her profuse at- Â¬ tentions deBpite tho violent manner in which the tongue oi gossip wiggd over the affair Finally to bring matters down to tho present time ho decided at Jast to quietly end the sweet eg my of and accordingly on last Buspenso Wednesday evenhg at the Holland house in New York the nuptials were celebrated in tho presence oi some doz ai witnesses None of the membeis of the Gould family attended the ceremonies nor were auy of the trustees and execu- Â¬ tors of the eBtate on hand to shower congratulations upon tho happy couple Thus Howard Gould forfeits 15000 000 to marry the woman upon whom ho had fixed his nflectiona Of couroo the affair will not be without its pretty moral if lovo coutlnues to hallow the sacrifice and to make it appear that the treasure which he has earned in wo- Â¬ mans devotion more than comprtusates for the treasure which he has lost in stocks and bondr But Howard Gould is not loft penniless with his bride He still has the snug pile of 5000000 witii which to face the problems before him and to meet household expenses We know of several voung bachelors in this neck of the woods who would cheerfully incur the risk of shipwreck on the sea of matrimony for half that sum As the yacht which bears the happy couple on their honeymoon steams among the sea islands which dot the eastern coast we fling at them the proverbial slipper re Â¬ served for such occasions with our best of good wishes Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Diflieult work r uch an Bridges nnd Crowns n specially Latest appliances used Good work guaranteed KbHW MrtGH STRV FredonlaNY Th Veteran Editor of th Fredonla Censer writes Dr Fanner i I have bees using your Blood 4 and Liver Remedy and Nerve Tonic and desire to say that I like it Iffiad it aa admirable remedy for the bilkuuaess languor and nervous depres Ml tloatecldent to the changing seasons sufficiently physidng and yet not debilitating but strengthening instead -- Â¬ EL A 4 DRUQQIST WITT NEWS 2 1898 HanllnRbnrif Kntnrky BRECKENRIDfcE 1 WEDNESDAY NOV LETTER M From the II rsl our war with Spain was a series of rapid surprises with every thing favoring this country Now that hostilities hnvo terminated it is poeslblu to consider what Is probably the most surprising feature of the whole stiugitle the American losses iu killed and wounded Beginning witii tho first at tempt to land troops in Cuba aud ending with the surrender of Manilla itio found that tlie Navy had one jfllcer and eigh Â¬ Dr Bulls Cough Syrup is the safest and surcit euro f r those dangerous affections of the teen men killed and three olllcets and forty men wounded ituil the Army little onescroup whoopfng coUKh and measle cough Physicians prescribe it children like It twenty three oflicetB aud 234 liiun killed and dosts are small 1ilceljcts and eighty teen officers and 1310 men wounded a total ol twenty four ofllcers aud 219 men killed aud uiuety olllcers aud 1350 meu wounded It may bu said that almost all of the American cas ualties occurred in the three days operations before Santiago de Cuba Spanish casualties are unknown yet ve may Notwitstanding the Rebellion asseit that many single battliB In our Civil War were fought with greater Last Year They Incerased losses In killed and wounded than thu entire casualties oti both sides iu our Only a Very Small Proportion to the war against Spain Exchange United States Â¬ Â¬ rraTTWhy Suffer Agony No Knife No - INTEREST PAI0 ON TIME DEPOSITS Henderson Houte iiTille Henderson St Louii Rj Co When DONS COMPLETE PILE CURE is guaranteed to euro you It is tho discovery of an eminent physician Interruption of Business Tho first treatment brings immediate relief It has cured thousands and will euro you MR T S WILCOX prominent merchant politician and chief of tho Chattanooga Firo Department says After veara of aulTcrlnjj DONS PILE OINTMENT was rec- Â¬ ommended to inc 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 Time Card In EtTeot June 20 97 East Hound Lv St Louis Kvansvllle Henderson Spottsville Owensboro Hawesville CloTerport Mephensport irvinKton I Brandenburj West Hound Ilrandenburs Iryington Stephensport Cloverport Hawesville Owensboro bpotlsville Henderson Evansville ArrSt Louis No 4J No 44 No 46 653am 7 15 PHILLIPINE EXPORTS 738 818 917 k 45 1007 1045 11 12 7 66am J 20pm 2 46 3 44 865pm 245am 3 10 37 440 6 21 328 4 00 5 03 5 10 460 Â¬ 622 603 ArrLoulsvile 1235pm 745 No 4I No 625 657 617 730 43 Price 100 Prepaid to any Address No 45 DON CHEMICAL COMPANY CHATTANOOQA Iv Iouisville TENN 730am 851 915 961 fOi 460pm 105 10 11 FiguresVery Mr Extensively History Ih War P The letter M4tHLPlRys- - s in the war Just tliiukof its prominence in the events of the last few months I It stands for Maine mine McKinley Madrid Matanzts Mile Manila Mon tojo Maria Christina Marrianne Maria Teresa Marbleheai Minneapolis Mole St Nicholas Maozinillo Morro Merri mac Kiassacbusets Merriam Mobile Monsignor Merry del Val the marines atOuatanamo Monterey Monadnock Monte the Spanish general beseiged at Macabora Meiklejohn Merrltt Monet McCalla Maxim monitor militia ministers Morton howitzers am Montgomery Recently the government at Wash Â¬ ington has purchased half a dozen traiiH ports tho names of which begin with M and it may be added that among the most annoying drawbacks irj camp thus far have been measles and mud Â¬ Â¬ Pt Henry MorrisConBul at Ghent has furnished to the Ctato Department as a matter of information a translation of a report made by tho Belgian Consul at Manila upon the export trade of the EVEBYBQDT RD SHOULD Cost of the Iowa During that Philippines during 1807 The battleship Iowa cost about six year there was a great increase iu the million dollars including one million for Because it is placed here by the export trade notwithstanding tho rebelarmor one million for guns and one lion the export of hemp alone increased NEW Y0RK DENTAL PARLORS million for equipment nearly 44000000 pounds Copra export for the benefit of the public that they may know also increased nearly 28000000 pounds where to go to get the best dental work at the very It rests with you whether you continue th J i althoug tho huslnefa only dates from nivB iim aeiire wr loufceto wiid lowest price remove m HiuKruDullJIU iUA amaHBfc TPFTH oui nervous uisiressaipeisnicov 1892 prior to which time almost all the iue uiiui uv uivvu r uiL We extract eetb 25 cents without pain JSaMaaM WlTHQIJlPLATES OQOboiel aua uiwiuiwUi coppra came from tho Carolines Tho ex Â¬ liorri you sirongmaaes nll ni nv health nerve iaw cues cured lluv inaKe a gooa set 01 anmciai teem ior ports of sugar by Mauila decreased near In pocket- and NO TO ItAUfrom gold and platinum alloy 75 book vonr own druirirlit who Teeth filled with r ly 02000000 pounds but at Cebu the wlllvouchforue Taknltwlth 50 teeth filled with amalgam arH llerap awlllntlDllv nerslilentlv One contrary was the case aud iu the Visayas ICO rcctb filled with pure xold - a uerntccd to cu re or we rerund money uktmmiSMm and Negros Islands the product of sugar BteriUf UaeeJC and up CUufe aeelresl lew Iri was greatly developed The export of A guarantee given with every filling We have been established In Louisville for over ten ciyarB foil oh from 104130000 in 1890 to 1 year Can give reference from best professional and business men in the city Remember the 109400000 in 1897 China and Japan New York Dental Parlors 542 Fourth St Louisville Ky imported inoio of these cigars than auy A fT Make no mistake but get In tbe right place BJ3 Our system of making gold U the best known to the profession other country aud only a very small O B crown and bridge work or teeth without plate wear their new teeth home same day to become the possessor of a People from abroad can come In the morninir and proportion came to the United States Iluiitlulmtro Spit and Simile A our I Ifb Avtur To quit tobacco cuilly nil f 01 evel boning c nolle full i lite ncrta and Ikoi- - tulio the wonder wurlar that makes wcnlt men strong All druggists Cflc or il Cure guaran Â¬ teed lloolilct mid amnio trie Address Sterling ltcmcdy Co Chicago or New York 1155 95 1217pm 947 IU 10 1240 115 1040 7 32 043 720 739 804 1021 10 M 1068 1148 1245 823pm 932 952 1223am 7 20 115 THIS 1JITE6EST A I trains run through Solid to Kvansvllle Through parlor cars and Pullman sleepers on all trains between bt LouU Evansville and Louis Â¬ ville Numbers 41 and 42 connect at Irvington Tor Fordsville and Hardinsburg daily except Sunday H C MOKDUE A G V A Txmisville Ky Â¬ liH - 1 VQ ffll I L H Si L Ry Fordsville Branch TIME TABLE No 10 TAKING EFFECT MAY 10 1897 West Bound Trains Kast Hound Train Dally Dally ex Sun exSur No 2 No 9o0am 8 7 7 7 00 42 37 27 - Â¬ Daily Daily ex Sun ex Sun STATIONS No 5 No 1 1060am Lv IrvinRton Ar 11 25 Garfield 11 40 11 47 It Costs No More high grade reliable 1165 12 10pm 12 25 12 35 1265 I- Jt 105 120 145 165 2 05 Harned Hardinsburg Junction Kirk Jolly Ulendeane Dempster ar Faltslloughlv Junction Dempster 7 17 7 02 650 630 620 606 5 44 5 38 50 5 25 215 230 2 45pm Ileaiity is IH001I Dccii Clean blood means a clean skin No beauty without it Cascarets Candy Catliat tic clean your blood and keep it clean by stirting up the lazy Jivcr and driving all inv purities from the body Begin to day to banish pimples boils blotches blackheads and that sickly bilious complexion by taking Cascarets beauty for ten cents All druggists satisfaction guaranteed 100250500 Â¬ j From New Zealand IleeftonXew Zealand Nov 23 1890 I am very pleased to state that since I took the agency of Chamberlains medi cines the sale has been very large more especially of tbe Cough Iteraedy In two years I have sold more of this particular remedy then of all other makes of the As to its efficacy previous Ave years I have been informed by scores of per Â¬ sons of the good results they have re- Â¬ ceived from it and know its value from the use of it in my own household It is bo pleasant to take that we have to place the bottle beyond tbe reach of the chil- Â¬ Â¬ ge0t Qoak than it does one of those ill fitting and cheaply made garments with which the country is flooded ft 4l f asmssanwmisjaiai ZV Itockvale Huth Asklns Oaks Mitchell ArHordsvilleLv 610 500am RATES 2 PER OAV Thamoslcontr oiel llu locataal Intro dig Louisville HendersonSt Louis RyCa nsro 4 - Uar 30 1897 Train TIME SCHEDULE XHkliR-- Effect t In a New Role A lady who is a city missionary bs came very much interested in a very poor but apparently respectable Irish family named Cur ran living on the top ftoor of a tenement bouse in the slum district says an exchange Every time the visited theCurrans the missionary Vas annoyed by the afar- ing and the whispering of llin other women living la the building One day she said to Mrs Currmi Your neighbors seem very curious to know who and wbat I am and the nature of my business with you They do bo acquiesced Mrs Qurran Do they ask you about it Indade they do maam And do you tell tbem 7 I Faith thiu an Oi do not J Wiiat tioyou tell them7 Oi just tell thim you are me dress maker au let it go at that Yellow Jaundice Cured M8ufferinghumanity shouldbe supplied with every means possible for its relief It is with pleasure we publish the following Tliis ia to certify that I was a terrible suffererfrom Yejlov Jaundjce for over six months and was treated by some of the best pbyslrlana iu our city and all to no avail Dr Dell our drug Â¬ gist recommended Electric Hitters and after taking two bottles I was entirely curodI oiow take great pleasure in recommending them to auy person Biifl ering froiothia terrible malady lam gratefully yours M A1 liogarty vJex ington Ky Â¬ dren From a Methodist Preacher Clay City Iud Jau 12 1807 Pepsin Syrup Co Monticello III Gentlemen It affords me great pleasure to speak in praise of your most ex- rtJS E J SOANTLBUURY Fisher Oloverport R A Shellman Stephensport ForsalebyAlt Jmh i 73frBjjp 1 J0HSe If Jquisille Its At 630 odek A U Snnd- Ky vrasasoaM Tfeil Bound Traim 43 Sail Sound Mall More than 200 styles for Ladies Funeral Â¬ Â¬ TheOBMOPf6 bbbbO V flk Worth Printing Expra Expra Dally Dally Mall A STATIONS Kxprs Kipr Dally 12 35pm 12 20 11 cellent mediclno I have suffered quite a great deal from sick headache the re- Â¬ sult of sedentary habit and sluggish liv- Â¬ er and bowels Your remedy cornets these troubles and my headachoa are stopped J C Boone Pastor ME Church United States the Richest Nation t- Mulhall the Euglish statistician has just made a calculation of the wealth of the principal nations of the world based on values shown by real estate records buildings merchandise and railroads as well as the clrculatit g medium of each couutry and places the aggregate wealth of the United States at 81750000000 Tula is 22720000000 larger than the agisrpgUe of Great Britain which holds second place double that of France eafual tothat of Russia Itly Austria and Spain combined and more than seven times greator than that of Spain In connection with his tabular statements Mr Mulhall calls attention to the fact that while most of the European coun- Â¬ tries have attained their growth the United States is apparently on the thres hold of an industrial development of an extent of which it has never dreamed Philadelphia Eyening Poet Â¬ By the request of a bereaved grand- Â¬ an Â¬ daughter Sibter Mary JJohnson nounce the funeral of Bro Jackson Marr aged 82 years conducted by Ho v H Hook whom we believe to be possessed with an argdic zeal from God on the 25th of September at the home of his only sun George Marr attended by a large company of relatives and friends He departed this life Nov 1st 1897 God called 1m from earth to Heaven He professed his hope in Christ a number of years ano he loyed the truth as it is in and Chil Â¬ dren from I fJfrtdr JIJsVasbssbsbV the Twice-a-Wee- k Courier Journal Will Print It Demo rat every llepublican tvery man woman or child who can 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a Prize OUR SPLENDID THANKSGIVING OFFER An Opportunity for Boys and Girls Who Can Write Poetry M Tho Thanksgiving edition of the BnECKENitiDdE News will bo a hummer It will bo brimful of good things To make it highly inter- Â¬ esting we are going to givo our readers an opportunity to add to its brightness and originality There is a world of literary talent in Breckenridgo Meade Hancock and Ohio counties and it is our intention to develop it Tn do this wo want everv ladv who reads the News to write a Thanksgiving story It may bo fact or it may be the purest fiction Just so long as its a story and its interesting reading it will answer Now to make the task of writing tho story worth while tho pjurpose we are going to offer a prize for tho best one that is submitted This prizo is a Bible an Oxford Teachers Bible worth 8500 It is ono of the handsomest ever published and makes h gift that any one would bo proud of To tho writer of the second best story wo will present a beautifully Choir Invieible a most fasci- Â¬ bound volume of James Lane Allens for it Dollars Try nating book and ono that is worth Two Tho conditions imposed in this contest aro Each contestant must Tho story must bo bo a subscriber to tho BiiEcKKXiiiDaE News original It can relato a personal experience or ono of fiction Tho manuscript must bo furnished on or befora November 15th 1898 Tho It Btory must bo written on one side of the page of each manuscript Brevity will be a favorable point to must not contain over 1000 words consider in selecting the prizo story Now ladies whether you live in Kentucky or not get to work and It may develop talents in you that will write a Thanksgiving story tho prize Try it lead to fame You may win To the children boys and girls we ofler a premium for tho best Thanksgiving poem Tho premium is a beautiful Childs Biblo that gives the story of tho Bible and a history of the children of tho Bible It is profusely illustrated with pictures of famous places in the Holy Â¬ Land To the boy or girl who writes tho second best poem wo will give a prize consisting of a fine story book for young people Boys and girls it is not so very hard to write a poem Try it and see if you cant win the prize Direct all communications to Phize Stoiiy Editor Bkeckenridoe News Clovorport Ky Breckenridge WEDNESDAY NOV S AVMAIC News 2 1898 but none more remarkable perhaps than were manifested at the various churches in this county twenty five or thirty years The ago News reporter spoke to several old citizens the past week about these circumstances and they all say that tho favorite exercises of those under these influences appear to have been violent jerkings of the body which HE THR TOWN in every Oloverport girls aro particular They are on to all tho fads of their city cousins and they are bound to be in vogue Just now the feminine desire for charms or mascots amounts to a craze The most sought for bringers of good luck are the little images of St Joseph The belief is that the image to be effective must come as a present and from one who is a devout beliover in their etlicacy There are two distinct beliefs attached to the St Josephs To gain a husband he should be worn head downward in a silken bag and near the heart to gain money and comforts of the body he Bhould be imprisoned in ones pocketbook and in a compartment apart from all other charms A Oloverport young lady is the fortunate possessor of one of these rare charms She receiv- Â¬ ed it as a gift from a relative who is a Carmelite nun and who has implicit be- Â¬ lief in the efficacy of the St Josephs The little image was blessed in the ven- Â¬ erable old church of St Koque in the French quarter of New Orleans It is only fair to say that the young lady carries tho imago in her pocketbook as she desires money and creature comforts more than a husband Â¬ We see many strange things in the woods while cutting stave timber said M V Marlowe of Patesville to the ff- - reporter the other day Mr Mar- Â¬ lowe works for the Cincinnati Cooperate Company and is competent to speak on One of the queerest phe the subject nomenas we encounter is the natural gas imprisoned in tree trunks I have often chopped into trees and released the gas I have touched a match to it and a flumo would leap out Ave feet from the place of exit Another curious thing found in trees is vinegar Its a fact The parest best vinegar I have ever tasted runs from certain trees just like the sweet sap of maplo trees I cut a tree dawn in Crittenden county a few years ago that held a curiosity While chopping into the tree I found a hollow place in which Years before was imprisoned a rabbit during an overflow the animal probably Bought refuge in the hole It become etopped up by floating drift and poor bunny could not get out He died of starvation and during the yean that followed a knotty aibstance formed a growth around the aperture that sealed the tomb The animal was evidently undergoing a process of petrifaction when I found him but the body crumbled into duet when exposed to the Nkwm were accompanied by short sharp sounds which were similar to the barking of a M Smith speaking of these dog Dr One of the greatest revivals said scenes for the manifestations in this vicinity was the old Cumberland Fresby terian church at New Saltm in the back part of the county When I was a school boy I used to attend periodi- Â¬ In those days cal revivals given there people would come from miles around to attend the ceremonies and the majority would come prepared to jerk and to shout When the meeting began women would lay asido their spectacles bonnets and if they had babies in their arms the little ones would be stowed away in a corner of tho room bo that the mothers would not be handicapped Then the shouting and jerking would commence One of the most famous shouters was the old negro Pete Brown who now lives in this city He was the only one of his When race who attended the services Pete was possessed of his shouting spirit the people would give him room for act Â¬ ion because he usually tore things up Young preachers would take advantage of these revivals to preach their maiden sermons itiey would watt until me congregation got into an uproar and when the noise was at its height they would advance to the front of the church and begin to walk nervously up anil down preaching all tho while as the noise increased so would their voices and in a short time they developed into full fledged exhorters Another old citizen told the reporter that he bad seen wom- Â¬ en bo excited at these meetings that the rapid swaying of their bodies backward and forward would make their hair pop like whips He also eald he knew of one xood old brother who used to get so excited that in one of his excesses of re- Â¬ ligious fervor he went out into tho woods and tieed the devil up a tree He stood at the base of the tree looking up and barking like a dog baying The old time shouters in this county died out years ago and the custom died with them The Jerka are now but a memory sixteen long yearlings that 75 weighed 850 pounds at In Robert Russell of UnrrudBhurg eleven days has bought weighed and shipped 1400 land of hogs Price 2 DO to 325 and he didnt lose any money When thumps appear in pigs give taw linseed oil In quantities largo enough to Give direct to tho move tho bowels pationt not to tho sow unices more than one is attacked Fully ten thousand acres of land were planted iu cane in Breckenridgo county this year and estimating tho yield at three barrels per acre thirty thousand barrels of sorghum were produced L D Addison of Addlbon this county merchant but is not only an he is also one of tho most thorough and progressive farmers iu Breckenridgo county He has been blessed with fine crops this year and he has pucceeded in raising 70 bushels of corn to the acre on a field of 13 acres this year He is now feeding 100 head of hogs and 58 head of cattle on his place A reader of the llnrrods urg Demo Â¬ crat gives his experience in preventing He first covers the weevil in wheat floor of his wheat garner with a layer of ordinary gray rock and then empties in the wheat to the depth of a foot followed by another layer of rock and so on until the garner is filled He now has 1800 bushels of the grain stored this way ami while his neighbors wheat is being ruined his Is free from the pest Tho Lone Hill correspondent to tho G aysou Lellchfield Gazette buys There has been considerable rea estate trading in this and tho Lone Star neighborhood of lnte O O Ikiidge bought Wm Saryis farm near Lone Star for tho sum of 750 Kllis Fentress bought C C Esk ridges farm for the con Â¬ sideration of 1000 Wm Fuver bought 450 acres of Hardin Porter for 1000 O C Eskridgo purchased the farm adjoin Â¬ ing the Win Sarver farm owned by Louis fchaw for 300 During July Blxty nine horses were imported into the United States duty free on the ground that thay were for breeding purposes Of this number six- Â¬ teen came from tho United Kingdom with an average value of more than 1000 pointing to the introduction of additional good blood into this country July exports of horses were 3171 head against 2518 a year ago for seven months 33070 aud 27818 respectively There is far too little attention paid to the saving and applylug of farm manures and too much commercial manures pur Â¬ Not uutil every particle of chased liquid as well as eolid manuies from tho animals are saved and uted can the larmer afford to purchase superphos phates and the like Now is an excellent time to scrape up and apply all the man ure found about tho barn and it ought not be neglected on any farm After the manure is disposed of perhaps there is some land that could bugn atly improved by drainage The experiment of spaying heifers lias been largely practiced vith gratifying results in Bourbon Xiuholaj and Mont gomery counties this year In these counties Dr John Jann son has spayed about 850 losing only four Of tho number 115 were for Cas Prewitt anil 05 for Prewitt Young of Motgoinery 33 for K K Thomas of North Mlddleton aud feO Co cf Nicholas cows for J B Clay Four grade short horn heifer owned by Albert S Thomson weighed 2 0S0 pounds June 8 1807 before spaying Seventeen days after spaying they weighed 3050 anil on Sept 2 they weighed 3415 and on Nov 29 3650 On April 22 1808 they weighed 3750 on August 1st 4 500 and on Oct Cth 4910 At the time of spaying they were worth 3 25 per cwt and sold for 400 per cwt They were sold with seventy one steers aud bought the same prico Bourbon News Bfllo Â¬ Â¬ I L S lU yOTJ3R m rij LOSS I If You Dont Accept This Magnificent Offer The Childs Bible and the Breckenridge News for i Year for 200 THE CHILDS BIBLE Contains tho narrative descriptivo and other portions of tho Holy Scriptures in tho words of the authorized version to which are added moro than a hundred pages comprising A CHILDS HISTORY OF THE BIBLE Richly Illustrated with nearly 300 fine Engravings and Maps and handsomely 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VIII CHIIIST CIIMST ters of the flood rft rutM ffl AnnL I 71 4 Tl 2MJ am m iU rfm II JVmA feiftf 8 Of clean beasts and of beasts that t 71 U V IU mri W lit MUd fMA uM It md tftntk Mfrvbo tl JUt Gtd M are not clean and of fowls and 01 every afctr rqMA W iimiiM ft tmrm 14 tmrtk thing that creepeth upon tho earth Mr 0 There went in two and two unto God remembered Noah and thll Noah into the ark the male and the feÂ¬ AND living thing and all the n fatM male M God had commanded Noah catUe that vxu with hint In the ark t lUokb IW IA4 - FOR ONE YEAR FOR S250 m The Breckenridge News offers the Teachers Oxford Bibles as a Premium to Subscribers in the United States but paper offer THESE BIBLES sell at 8250 per volume everywhereGIFT OF 8100 MADE the publishers of this SUBSCRIBERit TO EACH NEW and a years subscription to The BnECKENiuoaE News for 2 50 This magnificent offer should not bo ignored Send in your subscription to the paper and an order for the Bible right now IT IS THE OPPORTUNITY OF YOUR LIFE THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY GENERAL NEWS 1 Ex Marshal Davis of Midway Ky got two years in the pen for killing a negro Twenty five persons were drowned in the storms on Lakes Erie aud Michigan Thursday R N Beaslev of Paint Lick has purchased 100000 pounds of tobacco at fiye and six cents At Havana 032 out of 700 Inmates of the insane asylum were starved to death by tho Spanish officials Trenton Ky south of Hopklnsvllle was almost completely destroyed by lire Thursday Lobs 40000 If you are suffering from drowsiness iu Helen King bit off the tongue of her of temper sleepthe day time irritability sweetheart Walter Dunn during a quarless nights general debility headache and general want of tono of the system rel at HuntiDgton W Vu Friday You will got relief and use HEROINE The tobacco trust has been ormed finally a euro Price 50 cts A it with a capital of 7f000000 The Wels Fisher sinor aud Finzer factories are in it The schooner St Peter sank in sight of Hhore in Lake Ontario near Sodus Eight persons were N Y Monday drowned Victor H McCord an American who was falsely imprisoned in Peru has re Â¬ Rheumatism often causes tho most in Â¬ ceived 40000 damages from that gov Â¬ Muny luuo far years tense HulTi3rii vainly sought relief from this disabling ernment disease and uro to day worso oil than William Johnson crazy poured coal ever Rheumatism is u blood disease oil over his house at Corslcana Texas Â¬ and Swifts Specific Is thuonly cure be cause it is tho only remedy which can last Friday and burned his wife and two children to death reach such dcop seutod diseases Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Indians accusing the whlto men of stealing horses Handy Beam a New Jersey man has presented Admiral Dewey who is a great stamp collector with a beautiful United Slates shield made of 2000 postage stamps Dewey reciprocated by present- Â¬ ing Mr Beam with tho rabbits foot he carried on the day of the fight on Manila bay Mrs Rudolphus Sanderson of Battle Creek Mich fed her husband ground glass to get rid of him Her servant saw her do it and whon she remonstrated Perhaps you Mrs Sanderson said think this awful Marie but I think nothing more about It than of eating my breakfast In the St Joseph Mo criminal court Friday Herbert Donovan Alouzo Arte- bum Charles Cook James Hathaway and William Hathaway weie sentenced to teu years for robbing a Burlington passenger train near St Joseph on the evening of August 11 Tht y are mere boys and of good families A Man Game into our store the other day and after huying a bill of goods said ho could save at least Ten Dollars A month by trading at our store What ono man can do others can do also TRY IT AND SEE J AVll mm nuuiumuui lift A AM wo kuuii A H J on nanas a iuu supply oi m NOTIONS Of EVERY KIND Oh the Pain of Rheumatism TWENTY YEARS AGO g5XSCggS-S-Mrs S j Our Grocery Department Contains everything good to eat II Mook conducted a millinery establishment at the east end of tho bridge F A tow years ao I was taken with InUamma tory KhoumutUui which became so Intense that I was for weeks unable to walk I tried several prominent physi cian mid tuok their treat nient faithfully but was unable to get the slight est relief Intact mycon dltlon seemed to grow worse the dlseaiespnad over my entire body and Â¬ Â¬ air External influences oa Internal bll have produced suay wamkable eeto The Beat Flatter of flannel dampened with Chamberlains Pain Balm and bound on to the affected parts Is superior to any plaster When troubled with a pain In the chet or side or a lame back give It a trial You are certain to be more than pleased with prompt relief which It af Â¬ ford Pain Balm is also a certain cure for rheumatism For sale by A H Fish er Oloverport H A Bhellman Bteph cssporU A piece many patent medicines but none relieved me a u v i v u ui decided to trv Before allowing mo to la lie it now 8S8 er my guardian who was a chemist ana lyied the rerardy and prouounced It free of potash or mercury I felt so much better after taking two bottles that I continued the rem edyaud In two months I was cured completely rie oure was permanent for I have ueer since had a touch of Kueumatlsm though many times exposed to damp and void weather Klkanob m Tirmx ITU tawelton Avenue 1hlladelpbla from November to March I suffered agony I tried vnxxff ytpoinufi Dont suffer longer with Rheumatism Throw aside your oils and liniments as they can not reach your trouble Dont experiment with doctors their potash and mercury will add to your disabil Â¬ ity and completely destroy your diges Â¬ tion will cure perfectly and permanently U is guaranteed purely vegetable and sonUins no potash mercury or other mineral Books mailed free by Swift Sfeeifta Oo AtlanU Oa SSSJBlood PWitt Little Early Risers Captain P V Duncan made a laigo consignment of tobacco from here to parties In New York W S Snyder an Indiana soldier was The BBBdCKNHiDOB Nuwa discarded mortally wounded by a case knife iu tiie patent insilcs twenty years ago and hands of Louis Wates his tent mate at i amo out as an all home print Lexington Thursday T O Arnold was teacher of the Olov Â¬ President McKinley htB ietued his erport high school twenty years rgo In Thanksgiving Day proclamation aud sets hia report of the progress of apart Thursday Nov 24th as a day of raakitg pupils Mies Nellie Bowmer averog id prayer and feasting 006 in grammar an dil Mlsa Rosa a negro woman ban Reldel John Vest 00 3 In physiology Ada Smith brought suit for 2000 against the L and Mlsa Josle IUitt 823 iu astronomy N railroad for allowing a white man to Hon J D Wilson was a candidate for ride in the Jim crow cur Corgresa on the Greenback ticket He Absconder Henulng who stole 8000 favored flat mouey and ran against from the Bank-- of Louisville has been the Democratic candidate uapur d at London England and will Proctor Knott aud Belden the Repub Â¬ Congress for trial for be brought back to this country Mr Wilson Is now the lican candidate Spain had assumed the Cuban debt postmaster In this city and is a strong und yields the sovereignity of the advocate of hard mouey United States in Cuba The Pbilllplue The Hartllnabuig fair twenty years question will do tackled next by the ago was a groat institution The lr Peace Commission was hold he last week In October The Captain James O Blaine son of Oloverport men who are now deacons of Congressman James G Blaine cut off the church were young eporte then and the queue of a Chinaman at Honolulu went to the races at Hanllnsbuig with a during a drunken orgle He lias been pocket full of money They bet on Jim dropped from the army Hughes the bob tailed borsr and lost In a battle between white men and Many of them had to walk home They Indians near Canyon City Colo Thurs did ot have motley enough left to pay day five Iudlaiw were killed and eae toll The fair company eatae out 200 ht arose over the ahead white num The Â¬ NOTHING BUT THE PUREST 3drtjc3 s Handled in tho Drug Department We give the highest cash priqe for Country Produce and we also give the best bargains in trade for the same YOU KNOW THE PLACE 1 WITTS HARDINSBURG KY TS