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Digital page images are linked to the text file. -Jrr lt uiaU o nrxn M r P vj J 1 BRECKENR1DGE NEWS a ALLx J if THE NE1WS THATS KIT TO PRINT NO 17 ACCIDENT Open m i 14 L VOL XXIII 1 4 i lv irs MOSQUITO BITE CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 9 1698 A ROUGH RIDER In CHIVALROUS Mini- Â¬ HES MARRIED May Orprlve a Former Cloverpsrt ster of Hit Life Rev Donald MoOonald Wife Takes to Himself a The Cause OF Education is Supt Driskell As the result of being bitten on the arm by a mcsqulto Rev Donald Grant formerly pastor of the Prtcbyturian church of this city is lying at tho point of death at Grays infirmary at Louis- Â¬ ville Takes a Horseback Journey of 2000 Milt to Visit County Schools fiv 3v County School Superintendent Andrew Driskell waa Intliocity Friday and Satur Â¬ day visiting the local schools and attend log to other business While he was in town the news reports erintervlewed him and learned that dur Â¬ ing thpaninefydajalrolcaeor Drt kell has made a personal visit and exam Â¬ ination of every one of the 109 schools in the county- - J t Duringlhe time Mr Driskell has trav Â¬ eled on horse back an average distance of twenty miles per day and in all has How to Find Out covered a total distance of oyer 2000 miles Fill a bottle or common glass with your Be reports the schools to bo in very fine water and let it stand twenty four hours condition The scholastic population of a sediment or settling indicates an un- Â¬ healthy condition of the kidneys if it stains your linen it is evidence of kidney trouble too frequent desire to pass it or pain in the back is also convincing proof that tho kidneys and bladder aro out of order One can only realize what an immense Vrtk hefcas accamplished by having a petfet kaowjedge of the county - veral weeks rg the insect stung Mr Grant on the arm and as a result o the bite bloodpoisouing set in The arm began to swell to such proportions that he was removed to the infirmary where it was found necessary to amputate the member Mr Grant left Cloverport to accept the pastorate of the Portland Avenue Pres byterian Church Ho was an able young minister and while here made a great many friends who regret to hear of his dangerous condition It is rumored here that Rev Grant has been married to Miss Annie Williams a most estimablo young lady whose home is at Bucksville Kentucky According to the rumor the ceremony took place at the infirmary just previous to the opera-Â¬ tion on Mr Grants arm St Â¬ tHBsKsaK2KKKf9sb WHAT TO DO II V- w There is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed that Dr Kilmers Swamp Root the great kidney remedy fulfills vvery wish in curing rheumatism pain in the back kidneys liver bladder and every part of the urinary passages It corrects inability to hold water and scaldiug pain in passing it or bad effects followiig use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day and get up many times during tho nlgtit The mild and the extraordinary effect of Swamp Root is soon realized It v stands the highest for its wonderful cures SA COUNTY SUlKRINTBNDKNT DRISKELL of the most distressing cases If you need a mediclue ypu should have the Breckenrldgi is 0834 and of this number best At druggists fifty cents or one dol- Â¬ lar 65 per cent are attending school You may haye a sample bottle and a Epidemics of diptheria and ineaalcst with local complaints such as malaria and book that tells more about it both sent the attendance absolutely free by mail if you send your soroA eyes have affected Co Bingham address to Dr Kilmer wry materially at somelpoints ton N Y When writing be sure and The teachers are paying more year to sanitation than they mention that you read this generous offer hayaeyefj before done and are insisting lii the Brkckknuidge Nkws upon practical methods of education and MINES RUNNING he is giving the teachers of the couuty instructions to give such methods the Toipreference over theoretical ideas He Strikers and New Men go to Work gether In the Bstkett Mines lcontends that practical work makes the paftii self reliant and develops all his laTeni talentsHe said that theoretical The strike at the Baskett coal mines methods of instruction have a tendency has ended All of the strikers who to cause puplfs to place too much de Â¬ would do so have gone to work at the pendence upon the text books and that old rale of wages and the others have they bexmeJikgparrota in reciting their left Their places have been taken by lessons Mr Driskell urges that trie par Â¬ now nun and in ft few days they will be ents of school children take moro inter running with a full force Tho demand est in educational work aa if helps the for the co a has been very gnat and it is teeehstt to do better workr because of en- not likely that there wil be another couragement Shut down this winter atten-Uoa-this Â¬ Donald Ruv McDonald syuodical minister of tho Preshlerlau church and Mrs Mary Allen Welsiger daughter ol Waived His Claim to Miss Nu Cashier W II Klnnlard of Lancaster were married at his residence In that gents Hand city Tuesday by Rey W O Goodloa The happy pair left at once for Louis-Â¬ Ronantlo Feature of An Ohio County ville where they took a boat for St Louis aud from there will go on extend Wedding ed Northern tour Rev McDonald preached at the Presbyterian church John Nugent an Alabamlan about 40 A host of years old was married at Hartfort recent Â¬ hero Sunday before last ly to Miss Sarah Crow says the Hartford friends in Cloverport and this vicinity Republican About threo months ago extend their heartiest congratulations Nugent applied for license at the county and wish the couple a life of bliss clerks office This brought out a novel You Cant Afford to Change It incident in his history A heavy cold may lead to pueunioula Nugent married a Miss Page several or consumption Foleys Honey and Tar years ago in Alabama Before her mar- Â¬ taken in time affords perfect security riage Miss Page had been engaged to a from serious results A R Fisher Clo young Alabama editor who Is a brother verport Stephens R A Shellman to a Massachusetts railroad magnate The Haynes Patesville E port Gordon editors fortune was at the time in the A Witt Hardlnaburg hands of his Mausachuetts brother who prevented his marriage to Miss Page November Weather However the youthful attachment be- Â¬ Rev Irl Hicks in his Word and tween the editor and Miss Page contin- Â¬ Works says that you can look for rain ued after her marriage to Nugent turning most probably to snow this When Nugent became aware of the week with stiff gales and a cold wave in situation notwithstanding his fondness northern sections From tho 0th to the for the woman he magnanimously got 15th much unsettled weather and decid Â¬ out of tho way and was an invited guest ed autumnal storms with snow may be at the marriage Mr Nugent showed expected This will continue until tho Deputy Clerk J U Thomas a letter 10th From 20lh to 64th warmer with written him by the Alabama editor alter heavy storms of rain wind and snow his marriage to Mrs Nugent in which followed by very cold weather 27th to he reviews the situation in detail and 30th change to warmer turning to severe closes by professing hla profound respect sleet Btorins and noithoru blizzards for a man capable of sacrificing his per Â¬ A Treat sonal feeling that the decree of fatei might The members of the Methodist SundayMr Nugent carries be consumated enjoyed a rare treat last Sun Â¬ photographs of tho pair in question in -school day mornlug Mrs L T Reid favored his pocket them with a beautiful solo Mrs Reid possesses a voice of raro beauty A Queer 1 Medicine It is There is a medicine whose proprietors sweet and sympathetic aud U of won Â¬ do not claim to have discovered some derful range Her rendition of tho solo hitherto unknown ingredient or that it Sunday was very highly complimented is a cure all This honest medicine only by all who heard her claims to cure certain diseases and that That Throbbing Headache Its ingredients aro recognized by the Would quickly leave you if you used most skilled physicians as being the best for Kidney and Bladder Diseases It Dr Kings New Life Pills Thousands of is Foleys Kidney Cure A R Fisher sufferers have proved their matchless Cloverport R A Shellman Stephens merit for Sick and Nervous Headache port Gordon Haynes Patesyille E They make pure blood and strong nerves and build up your health Easy to take A Witt Hardlnaburg Try them Only 25 cts Money back if not cured Sold by Short Haynes Tobacco Crop Not Taxed A dispatch from Washington says that DruggtBts Assistant Attorney General Boyd has Wheat Sowing rendered an opinion to the effect that This lias been a flno week for wheat sales of tobacco made by farmers through sowing and tho farmers havo been put- Â¬ the auctioneers in what are called ting in full tlmo at it From reports re- Â¬ tobacco warehouses aro not subject to ceived from various parts of the county the taxing provisions of the war revenue wo are led to believe that a tremendous act The Commissioner of Internal acreage has been sown Revenue will issue instructions in ac- Â¬ cordance with this opinion Under this ruling sales made of crops of tobacco brought in by producers and Bold through f5 warehouses are exempt from taxation Â¬ LOVER CONTINUED ACTIVITY DISTRESSING1 Enmett Chapln Splits His Foot a Pick With Sales in Hogs and Cattle During at Hltes Run Friday Emmett Cliapin while assisting in placing a blast in a the Past Week well on his fathers place near Hitea Run struck a piece of sha e with his A most distressing accident occurrod RoYal Baking Powder Made from pure cream of tartar Breckcnndge County flarket drawing pick The blow was a hard ono and the pick glanced iu such a manner that the In Proportions blade penetrated his foot aud split the The activity of the Breckenrldgo county stock market continues unabatod and prices on hogs and beef cattle con- Â¬ tinue quite firm Robertson Bros of Glondeane last week bought of W K Withers A Son thirty threo hogs average weight 210 price 317 from Hook Miller Co seventeen hogs average weight 255 at 330 from John Mattingly ten hogs average 22J at 3 15 from R H Shel man ten hogs average 203 at 315 they also purchased twenty one hogs of other parties whose weight averaged 200 pounds at 315 Oicar McGavock sold Robertson Bros thirteen high grade steers average weight 790 at 4c Robertson Bros sold to Wheeler Co for shipment to Illinois Gibson 103 feeders average weight 1000 at 4c The came firm sold fifty feeders average weight 025 to McAfee Bros of Eliza bethtown price 3 85 They also sold to I M Merrer seventy five feeders Bver og weight 25 at 375 A Case of Kidney Disease Given Up By Four Doctors Beaver Dam O My daughter alter being treated by four doctors and givon up for lost a neighbor recommended Foleys Kidney Cure To day she is able to walk sever- Â¬ al miles without fatiguo I feel we would have lost hor If it was not for your medicine Respectfully Mrs A R Fisher member open The wound is a yety painful one and it is feared that gan Â¬ grene will set in and the member may have to be amputated ones ill fonnt of lhroatdieasetandiilvayi effect r permanent cult Ill I wonderful remedy hai cured thouumholiulTvtrri fioinuriiichitiihoait neta and other bronchial troubles Safeguards the food against alum Alian baking-- powders are the greatest mcaaccn to health of the present day kotai auixa rowot CO Or Bulls Cough Syrup banishes at kiw vomc Affected the Attendance The inclement weather of Saturday night put a damper to any political en thuslasm that might have developed dur ing the week and it was largely duo to this reason that barely a corporals guard assembled at Mattlnglya Hall to hear Dave Powers of Hawesvllle expound political doctrine from a republican standpoint TWO STILLS DESTROYED Breckenridge and Meade County Moonshiners Are Successfully Raided by Interna J M Balloy Cloverport R A Shell Haynes mau Stepheiieport Gordon Patesville E A Witt Hardlnaburg Hes a Coon Hunter The champion juvenile coon and pos Â¬ sum huuter of the Ohio Valley is little Dave is David Ditto of Long Branch a lusty young giant and knows every foot of the woods and hills that surrounds his home He has a keen love for hunt- Â¬ ing and one night last week he went nut after coons and possums He suc- Â¬ ceeded in bapging five coons and one opossum and uow he is looked up to by all the boys in the community as a most noted hunter Â¬ DeWitt5 Witch Hazel Salvo Curei Plica Scalds tturn For burns cuts bruises lacerations or injuries of any description BALLARDS SNOW LINIMENT isasovereign remedy Deputy Collector Thruston of Louis- Â¬ It never fails to do good and so prompt- Â¬ ville raided two illicit distilleries in this ly that Its wonderful curative properties and Meade counties Thursday frequently create surprise Price 25 and The moonshiners seemed to be operat Â¬ 50 stB A R Fisher ing quite extensively Ono of the stills was between Cella and Custer and of Short and to the Point eight barrel capacity There were 00 Thursday tho 24th day of November callous of sinitlini 300 mllons of beer next Is hereby set apart as a day of and four tubs of mash on hand The thanksgiving aud of prayer That is other still was near Ouster and of four the whole of Gov Bradleys brief gallons capacity Thero were sixty gal- Â¬ Thanksgiving proclamation issued last lons of singlings 200 gallons of beer and three tubs of mash Both stills and all Monday the materials were destroyed During Overcome evil with good Overcome the raid Revenue Agent Gates fell from your coughs and colds with One Minute the wagon in which the party went to Cough Cure It is so good children cry make the raid and dislocated his should- Â¬ for it It cures croup bronchitis pneu- Â¬ er The owners of the stills evidently had monia grippe and all throat and lung a sentry posted for they made their diseases Short A Haynes escape leaving indications of their recent Congratulations presence in the stills The raid was made R O Richardson and his newly made at midnight brldo arrived at Union Star from Mid Â¬ The Best Plaster way Ky last week and are now the A piece of flannel dampened with guests of the grooms parents at Union Chamberlains Pain Balm and bound on Star Tbo young couple start in on lifes to the affected parts is superior to any journey under very happy auspices and plaster When troubled with a pain in the Nkws with a host of friends extend the chest or side or a lame back give it to them their heartiest congratulations a trial You are certain to be more than and well wishes pleased with prompt relief which it af- Â¬ fords Pain Balm is also a certain cure The Kind You Haw Always Boegtt for rheumatism For sale by A R Fish- Â¬ Btantlis er Cloverport R A Shellman Steph ensport Revenue Officers - OASTOIIIA fl Iff B m w Infaat mortality Js something frightful n ewiyftne quarter Jdie before they reach eneyeatyese third before they are five sad onerhalf before they are fifteen The Umely use of WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGE would save a majority of these precious lives Jrice 25 eta A It Fish er Â¬ FatferiVgfProapeots Professor J H B fxgan passed through the Ufy Sunday dri his way home to Hurdlnaburg from a visit to Rockport To a Nkws reporter Prof Logan said that the Breckenrjdgo Nor- Â¬ mal college would begin its focoml term Nov 14 He states that Bevrral pew pupils will enter and that tlio pipfpecta for the institution are very flittering H Largely Attended i Â¬ The protracteds meeting n w in pro gress at the Baptist church in this city are attracting a great deal of attention and are well attended The bnrdau of the work is falling upon the shoulders of Rev Rutledgi but ho hopes to soon have the assistance of an evangelist The meeting wi continue for i ome time a i Poor and Weak Kvary Way A Delicate Child 8ee time since I took a suddeu cold S4eeHldnotgetridotlt Being subject toeatarrkand bronchial troublel coughed terribly I lost ray oppetlto and grew yeer and weak and I did not feci like work I began taking Hoods Barsapa rlila In a abort time tho cough disap Â¬ peared I slept well had a good appetite last ad I was better Jn every way sfrtB I was not feeling wellIhsd noap MjUiHt do stfertli lrfc9ried to Hoods tarsaparllte and soon felt moro like work My little nephew was a dell eats eklld sad had a humor which trou Â¬ bled aha so be could net wst at Bight Be has ake a few bottles of floods Bar HMriUt and now be has a good jappUlts J Miss mM k aMe to sleep TliSsWlV Imth r Hal na Appetite atarrh and Bronchial Trouble -- Now Better In Kt Ktl0wTrwl4o4rwUtof Hoods j -- tf Ai aria- - parilla AH frustU4ait u mil aw tha best rfssissaaar He Will Sue Mr A Rosenblatt who lost his stock of goods in the Patesville fire several months ago has been unable to get a settlement out of the Continental lusur ance Co of New York with whom he had a policy for 1000 They have offer- Â¬ ed him 050 but he will not accept and D Chambers Hawcaville and If youare suffering from drowsiness in Messrs G thddaytime irritability oftem per sleep R A Miller of Owensboro have been for tho full amount less nighls general debility headache employed and a suit will be filed in a few days and general want of tone of the system use HEUBINE You will get relief and Thousands of men and women suffer finally a curer Price 60 cjs A R from piles especially women with female Fisher weakness have this suffering to con- Â¬ tend with in addition to their other State Banks Resources pains TABLERS BUCKEYE PILE Quarterly reports from 100 Stato banks OINTMENT will quickly effest a cure received by the Secretary of State show Price 50 eta in bottles tubes 75 cts A total resources of 52023305 75 Among R Fisher these are loans and discounts of 20110 Killed Chickens Banking houses and other real 048 75 estate 145701410 This suction was visited by a very se-Â¬ stocks and bonds mort vere storm Saturday afternoon The 3 548533 03 cash 340080502 giges 125377100 The liabilities in- winds did some damage to trees fences clude CaplUl stock f 14202041 43 sur- Â¬ aud small outbuilding in various parts plus and Individual profits 5534202 03 of the town At Holts the hall fell in deposits 20088435 71 clearing house larg quantities and it is reported that the stones were so large that several notes 24831410 chickens were killed by them Sopthlng healing cleansing Do Witts Gone to Fordsvllle Witch liarol Salve is the implacable Will Beard of Hardfnsbunr baa Mr enemy of sores burns and wounds It moved here with bis family and has never falls to cure Piles You may re Â¬ rented the rooms formerly occuppied as ly upon t Short Haynes the Singer Sewing machine agency He will start a first class butcher shop He Bound to Succeed comes well recommended as a first class Â¬ The Hancock Clarion has the followFprdsville every respect ing to say of Miss Eva Allen who is very butcher in Express popular in Cloverport Mlfs Eva Allen left Saturday for The sooner a cough or cold is cured Hartford Ky where she has accepted a without harm to the sufferer the better portion as stenographer and type writer Lingering colds are dangerous Hacking iq the law offices of B D Rtngo and cough is distressing One Minute Cough John B Wilson Miss Eva is one of our Cure quickly cures It Why suffer when brightest girls and is sure to succeed in such a cough cure is within reach 7 It is her tb Of en profession She has hereto Â¬ pleasant to taste Short Haynes fore held satisfactorily a Mudliar position with the Htndeison Houte in the office Tobieee Will Be High of Lieut Col D R Murray J II Rice a tobacco man of Hender son who has made a trip through Hen Â¬ UouTilirrSltiiil SuukaYoiirItr luijr derson Hancock Webster aud Hopkins To quit totjatto aiuUororlB tiette full of lio nerVo nnd Tttfor Uko NoTo says that buyer who expects to get much wniulorVqrliT thai make weak Bica lac tbo strong Alt dnigjUuWoorSI CuroHUiraa tobacco at 97 and 5 will get left He Adds teed Booklet end atiaiBlo says that tobacco is going to be very Sterling Mnttlr C Chtcsa or Now York high for several reasons Tax en MMTbfo twtllUata Sure Psraoas BelewaiatBg the rtyes of ar It is said that the eera shuck is thick to retani rtage lathis State are aeeta are mar the ground a certiieate osasse p JUe Qoaaty the 1wm4 eMeefieia jwliWi the Wseasss the wee ea the sheens t ack is aaasaallr darks all sigaa petal to a very eekl were towKtl 8MTertiftea4a ate reÂ¬ heavy anl staaiped with a 10 seat wlater quired to be doeawealary taa ander Use aew re OAUaWCLL veaae aw to be aflxed sad taaeeied ay tae persoa aerfonaiaf assah osrewoay Â¬ B F BEARD CO 9 Frosty November Is mado a season of delight when proper attention is paid Tho chill winds have no to the clothing of the person terrors to the lady who is Bnugly and comfortably wrapped in one of our OVERCOATS We have a line of Gentlemens Overcoats that cannot bo excelled Tho workmanship is splendid and tho mater Â¬ ial elegant Every coat is swell in appearance and take our word for it the person is unwise who puts 830 in a Iailor made coat when he can get one just as well finished made out of as good if not better material and present-Â¬ ing just as nobby an appearanco at our store at prices ranging from Wraps Capes or Cloaks 1 s UX Thoy combino beauty with utility and are marked at such low prices that the woman who is not yet providod with those Garments has a positivo grudge against herself if elio does not invest 400 to We Still Lead In our display of Dress Goods 16 One of out Specialties i c This season is a line of Childrens Clothing Mothers it will pay you to visit our storo and glance over this por- Â¬ tion of our stock You will find tho cutest daintiest and most unique littlo cloaks jackets wraps and hats that you Wo will guar-Â¬ havo ovor Been outside the largo cities antee that your eyes will open wide with Burpriso when you roalizo tho variety tho beauty and tho cheapness of tho goods in this dppartment The shopper who visits our storo will find a truly metropolitan oolection of fabrics Wo handle all tho latest novelties in dress goods and ol tf thore is not a fabric that is produced by the genius of tho loom that has not its duplicate in our Btore Tho lady who gqca to the city to do her shopping wastes both time and monoy now that she has bettor opportunities to grat Â¬ ify her taste and to get good bargains here at homo tin4 THE BARGAIN CENTER B F BEARD HANDINSBURG KY k CO THE BIG STORE SDR iiirasH2 o nsrj rj -- - - X A P fv V wrpr y y Wl CONSTIPATION WAS p at 1 bars ton 1 re M tlma WW HtiTtntil r tka bowels not belli able to mote Ihem except by mint bol water Injections Chronleeonitlpatlon forteven yeare placed u In thle terrible oonilltloni during that time I aid T erythlnt I beard ot but never found any reliefs aucn caw until 1 began utlng CARCAHKT8 I now bar from one to Urea pauagea a day and If I waa rleb 1 would give RWXD for each movement It Aylmib L Uuxt la inch a rvllef 1989 RuMtll Bt Detroit Mich M yE 1 TTJ S W laV aaaaiMaftBaaaMaaaMSajMaaalftMaNajiaaaRattaaawaaaaavaai Jjfw of title tPJr ImrntoJieganrfalio to IWVnig and the raiifcjot era rsoltd m jfofttf v SLAVE H mnt i i Wonderful History of the limp- rcss of China She hi Now the Mistress of 400 000000 Slaves Fortune has played many strange tricks In Iter time but she was never In a more mischievous mood than when by her msgio she changed a little nlave girl into the Empress of four huudttd million slaves and the focus of the worlds eyes of to day Her life story began half a century ago in the Btotiny days of the Trie 1ing it belllon when the outskirts of Oitntim whero the little Yin Ling lived were ravaged by lawless bauds and no life waasale Here she lived with ht r par- Â¬ ents and youi g brother in the direst pov- Â¬ erty glad If shit could get a modest share of the dally bowl of rice and many da a lacking even that Her father Ll Tzun belong d to the poorest grade of Chinamen and when even the rich were reduced to poverty his family was in danger of absolute starvation It was at this crisis in the family fortunes thai Yin Lfrg then a pretty girl of fourteen besought her father to sell her as a slave that there might be one less to feed and something to feed the rest on After a long struggle and many temp the parents decided to part with hen and one day Li Trun takiog his daugh- Â¬ ter liv the hand walked into Canton and knocked at the door of a great Gen- Â¬ eral a cousin of the Emperor The bargain was quickly concluded and Yin Ling began her life as a slave becoming in time sewing maid of Tidoos Oood rieaiant Palatable Potent Taata 6oad Do Merer Sleken WaakeilotUrtpylOefiiEa When the Emperor died Ylu Ling who had developed a strength ol chttrac acter as jrare as her beauty made short work of ihe Uoaiil of Itegeucy and mounted the throne In the company of il sou her 1 By this time her parents had died and her brother who was a simple farm lab-Â¬ orer was bronght to the palace and dow- Â¬ ered with an income o 26000 a year Tun later history of this marvelous woman is known to the world and that sheTrefalns her vigor If not her beauty Is proved by her coup detat in which she qulety deposed the Emperor aud took the Imperial reins again into her own hands seyeu-year-ol- bul said Turn nATKNL RaIAOaIS -- tan Ml 11 1 it Oood Switzerland ftow trwsw afldTC oHtrbls Steel Highways Switzerland is about to follow Bolglnra and Holland in the nationalisation of fts hffthways1 The fltateliw determined to purchfisi and operate tho flvo leading Hwlts railways having an aggregate of 257 kilomerterp the fund to J 10 raised It by oofidsredeemahfe In sixty year is provided that the net revenue arising from the roads shall go to pay the inter eetaof thjfo bonds anJ provide a sum for ho gradual extinction of tho debt and afterwards a progressive reduction of fares The etate is enabled to enter up-Â¬ on this stepby the ijrovisionjn the char acter of theprppent companies that the state in exsn it should Wb1i to purchase their plants and rights shall pay the road tweuty ilyo times tho net revenue of the road or roads In question according to the average of the ten years preceding the purchase It Is furthermore provld ed that the state shall in no case pay less than the capitalized value of the load Iff tm Irvihgton College E O Gave Information That Cervera ORABBE AND WIPE HAVE OPENED THEIR SCHOOL AT IRVINGTON Was At Santiago How England Did Us a flighty SESSION HAS BEGUN OURS Mar Mat R447 tmfT CHSTIIATIONi CaJaf Vtatrt rt 90 Breckenridge ma News 1898 WEDNESDAY NOY 0 AS DUCK EQQS A cough Is not like a fever It does not have to run a certain course Cnro it quickly and effectually with Ouo Min Â¬ ute Cough Cure the best remedy for all ages and for the most severe cates We recommend it because its good Short A Uaynes SIX SENSES Were the Pills Regularly Prescribed by a Chinese Physician A wanderer from China Were Once Owned by Humans the Fact was Discovered How recently died Â¬ at Melbourne It transpired at the in quest that he had been treated by a Chinese physician who gave him pills each the size of a ducks egtc There were said to be forty different ingredients in the medicine including blood grase hopporo ashes bone dust clay date honey sawdust and ground up InsecU Dr Balls Cough Syrap will prove a quick and sore cure for croup Mothers when your chitdrtn are attacked with that dreadful dii tate you can depend on thlt marveloui remedy It never falls to cure at once lrice 35c flay Need the Honey Lieutenant Colonel John Jacob As tor of General Shatters army has been hon- Â¬ orably discharged as there is no longer any need of his Bervice but he has not taken the trouble to draw his pay Colonel Astor is entitled to compensation at the rate of 250 a month from the 10th of May to the 25 of October a total of 1375 but has shown no anxiety on this subject As he pays taxes on 70000 000 worth of real estate in New York however and upon 40000000 of person He may need it before the al property winter is over Chicago Record in Canton Tidoo who was in high favor with the From a Methodist Preacher Emperor was anxious to give his roal Clay City Ind Jan 12 1BH7 master a present of great value in return Fepsin Syrup Co Monticello III It affords me great pleas- Â¬ for some step in promotion and reluc-Â¬ Gentlemen ure to speak iu praise of your most ex- Â¬ tantly he decided to hand over to the cellent medicine 1 have suffered quite Emperor Yin Ling who thus took her a great deal from sick headache the re- Â¬ place among a thousand slaves in the sult of sedentary habits and sluggish liv Â¬ Imperial Palace Here again her great beauty carried Your remedy corrects er nud bowels tht so troubles and my headaches are all before it The Emperor fell under her spell and made her hie wife giving stopped J C Boone her a rack inferior only to that of Tsi Pastor M E Church An the titular Empress 1 he young slave girl was now Empress Their Positive Way wif some men dat knows in all but name The Emperor himself De trouble a heap said Uncle Eben is dat dey waa her abject slave and the greatest in 1irI accli a positive way o tellin it dat the land prostrated themsehes at her feet dey makes folks too mad to licsen Her crowning glory came when a son Star Washington Â¬ One of the greatest discoveries of phys Â¬ iology is that we once had six senses Vhut the lost sense was no one knows and probably no one ever will know But that our forefathers possesHed it there is no doubt for the remains of that part of the bralu lu which it resided are still to be seen in auy one of ub Tliefio remains are simply a small and now perfectly useless litte mass of brain substance called the pituitary body It consists of two tiny little oval lobes joined together and lying in a little cav ity of the skull strangely named the ceila turcica and Bltuated over and be- Â¬ hind the nose wife It is quite possible that it may have A year passed and the girl slowly blos- Â¬ enabled our forefathers to see in the somed into a rare beauty which allied dark before lamps and caudles were in- Â¬ with a sweet disposition and great intel- Â¬ vented or it may have placed them in ligence won the heait of her master and communion with ghosts aud fairies or it mistress who became so attached to the may have been an orgnn that enabled winsome slave that they adopted her as them to go homo in a bee line when tliov their own child lost their way in the primevat forests On the other hand it is possible that Tutors were engiged for her and her mind quickly developed as her beauty It n as a bad substitute for vision or smell had done until her fame spread as that or hearing and died out when the im- Â¬ of the most beautiful and attractive girl proved senBU organ developed Â¬ A prominent New York journal pro Â¬ Did John Dull pounds this question give the Untied States the first intima Â¬ tion of Cerveras presence at Santiago According to tho same au- Â¬ harbor thority neither Schley or Sampson are entitled to this distinction Mr J F Whitney thj head of a wealthy shipping firm o new York states that at the out- Â¬ break of hostilities between this govern Â¬ ment and Spain his concern hastened to place tliblr numerous vessels under the protection ot the British givernmeut by flying tho union jack pus experience having proven to tneir uoinpltsto satis- Â¬ faction that that government resented dignities to its ensign more promptly aud effectually than tny other nation in the world Tne masteiR of these same vessels which penetrated into every rort ot Importance in tne West Indies had rare opportunities for observation aud for acquiring information confined by rights to the charmed circles of the diplomatic corps Mr Whitney asserts on information from one of his em Â¬ ployees that the late F W Ramsden the British counsul at Santiago imme diately on the arrival of the Cervera equadron at that city cabled the news to London Tho fact of tho arrival was communicated to the ambassador at Washington aud thatindlvldual straightÂ¬ way paid a visit to the president He did not commit himself directly Mr Whitney Bas but iu the course of con- Â¬ versation let drop the significant remark So Cervera is at Santlugo Iu deler euce to diplomatic usago no questions were asked him and iu fact the govern Â¬ ment gleaned all it needed from his terse hint The presumption is that on the strength of tnis information now orders Wrro issued to Sainpson and Schley and the net spread which finally entangled the Soauish admiral It may be that as time progresses we will discover ye heavieroblfgations than this to the friend Â¬ ship of Great Britain Â¬ onSi of Pupils will bo charged from tho time thoy ontori until thfel Tuition is duo two torms tho term Tho school yoar will consist of Thoro will bo no dodubtion for itity timo lost Full Corps in advance of Competent Teachers Tuition in tho Literary Departments as follows 200Uper tWilVior term ColloDriftto School 1 2000 BusinoBB School 20C0 Normal School 1600 Intermediate School 4 i - u 1000 Primary Schdol a 1 nn u Feo Incidental JW Music Art and Elocution will bo charged extra Special terms to teachers desiring to better qualify themselvoB for a -- rfc s buuii iiuiuooiuiidi -- - SAVED OUR LIFE Do Not Any variance from the abovo terms must bo in vfriting and sjgned -- WhnPrlnninr1 For furthor information address i IU A a1hSMC Neglect the Kidneys and Bladder Lock Box G S O- - Irvington Breckenridgo County Ky OBABBB fV gV V Disorder of these important organs causes Brights disease rheumatism pain In the back dropsy and other troubles Disease sometimes gets a hold upon your kidneys and bladder before you realize that anything serious is the matter Often these organs are neglected until that awful malady Brights disease has fastened upon you and death awaits1 its Many miraculous cures have victim CO Managers PHELPS been wrought by a course of treatment with Dr Davis Kidney Tablets These tablets are put up in the shape of a kid- Â¬ ney bean and the formula has been pro- Â¬ nounced by the best physicians of mod- Â¬ ern times to be the most direct in action on the kidneys of any remedy known to DAILY AUCTION SALES FOUR MONTHS STORAGE FREE medical science You can eat these tab Â¬ RESERVE BID TO SELLER RETURNS PROMPTLY MADE lets as you would candy Send for free booklet on kidney diseases Sold by all druggists or eeut oil receipt of price 50 cents and JAMES W LYONS WITH PLANTERS HOUSE 1 Northeast Corner Eleventh and Main Streets LOUISVILLE KY WHEN YOU NEED Lumber Paints and Oils 41- QUEEN AS A LANDLORD Victoria Looks Upon a Good Servant - J v A Narrow Escape Thankful words written by Mrs Ada Waa taken E Hart of Groton S D with a bad cold which settled on my lungs cough set in and finally terminat- Â¬ ed in Consumption Four Doctors gave me up saying I could live but a short time I gave myself up to my Savior determined if I could not stay with my friends on earth I would meet my ab Â¬ sent ones above My husbaud was ad vised to get Dr Kings Now Discovery for consumption coughs and colds I gave it a trial took in all eight bottles It has cured me and thauk God 1 am saved and now a well aud healthy wo- Â¬ man Trial bottles free at fchort Hay lies drug store Regular eizj C0o and 100 Guaranteed or pricu refunded Â¬ Asa Friend Very little has been written of Queen Victoria as a landlord and yet her life has been as a matter of fact full of work connected with her private estates Since the death of Lord Sydney it has been Viscount Cross who has exercised over sight with regard to the many invest Â¬ ments and properties belonging to the queen to whom he is an exceedingly aluable adviser Her majesty showed from the earliest part of her reign a de- Â¬ termination to keep in her own hands the appointment of those serving in her household and she has always devoted attention to the selection of these persons with the result that she has almost in- Â¬ variably beeu exceedingly well served In condoling with the late Dean Stanley on the death of his valet the queen said I am one of those who think the loss a faithful servant la the loaa of a friend and one who can riever be replaced If yon have sore throat Boreneas acrcs the back or side or your lungs feel sore or tender or you aro threatened with diptheria or pneumonia apply BALÂ¬ LARDS SNOW LlMMENT externally and use ISALLAItDS llORfcMOUND SYItUP A It Fisher WONT FIQHT Marvels of a Graphophone Oue ot the wonders of the end of the century is the home Graphophone that will reproduce any kind of music or any sound Oue can arrange a full program of the most attractive band orchestral or vocal musio and vary it every evening On the Graphophone one can record the human voice or any Bound and reproduce It at once You can keep the voices of your friends to be heard whenever you wish Graphophones made for home entertainment can be bought as low as 10 Write for catalogue 30 to the Columbia TnoNoaRArn Co No 910 Pennsylvania Ave Washington D O And nnethincr intheParm Mflohinerv nnit TmnloTnaYif Ttna ftATT HW - - w Drills Fertilizers Wagons Buggies Plows Blount WagonB - IRVINGTON KY R S BANDY j 11 MB l- A BOON TO MANKIND D TABLERS BUCKEYE j- g8g38gE83l Baskett Goal ji tij NOTICE r r s i i T M i Wh ll II The Little Encyclopedia There are always 1200000 pooplo nlbat on the seas of the world No less than five systems of law are in use lii Germany A naturalist of eminence says that land birds mako their journeys in the day time and water birds at night It takes 72000 tons of paper to malto tho postal cards used in tho United Stated Oichyear The English and Chinese languages are said to be the only two among all those known that class inanimate objects M of the neuter gender In every mile of railway there aro seven feet and four inches that are not covered by the rails the space left between them for expansion A Georgia marble man says t pat if all the houees not only in the United States but oti the American continent were destroyed bo inexhaustible is the supply that they could every one large and small be rebuilt out of Georgia mar Â¬ ble n s5 PILE at isrTtj ppjj CHIP in my SEImS 50 oj pXicii sr iTjl Tf nMm La Z miff CURE s A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED tubes by Mail 76 cents bottles 50 cents JAMES F BALURD S Proprietor 3K Nrth by A It Fisher Oloverport Ky For sale m Sfrt ST LOWS IN two Monopolies Propose to Keep Peaoe Between Themselves yi W i U f v III Our Mines at Baskett are in full blast If you use our COAL your fire whether it be in a Stove a Grate or an open fire place will surely be in full blast too Whatever you do this wirusrjju -- Many a household is saddened by death because of the failure to keep on hand a safe and absolute certain cure for croup such as One Minute Cough Cure See that your little ones are protected against emergency Short Haynes Out Lived Her Son Very fnw people know that the mother of the late Secretary of State Walter Q Gresham outlived her erratic- - son The old lady celebrated her ninety second blrtlumy at Lauesboro Iod a few days since She was one of the first white children born in what is now known as Harrison county in the Iloosier State Sue was married to the father of tho ex secretary seventy five years Their old- Â¬ est bjy participated in the Mexican wais and died recently from the e fleets ot wouuds sustained in the latter A big sensation was spruog in commer clai circles In New York Friday by the action of Arbuckle Bros the coffee mou archs who have lately invaded the sug Â¬ Will rJoiltlvey relieve and cure any dlaease the human ar market in shipping a big consignment rharge U five dollar but we willwhere all otheri biland full fostrucllnni far Iwdy la heir to1 Our lowest forward medicine 1 jou have been I of sugtr to the Pacific coast This fact WhenCold llcmedy a relieved you will remit the remaining three dollara T Hull n Uur romlva Cure lOo by mail UJHttlO IllU IITIIf 3fO gave rise to the ruuior that they were about to comurt commercial suicide by fighting the Spreckles monopoly in is XJlVt A H UAUKItII ooj Walnut Street P O Box Wr Adflilng lbyucln own stronghold John Arbuckle the rhiladelphla Pa head ot the firm however denies any aaaataaAatftaiAfttajiala1fcAataaiaalaA such intention and declares that as no deviation was made from the straight price of 5c there is no prospect for an early rupture of thq agreement by whioli the sugar trust controls prices in this country Neveithelesa some doubt is ATTORNEY AT LAW expressed on this score When jour LIVERaiid ra the direct came of Nlnety BMvo wear dlele of lha body Why Gent 01 the feeling when nature blendedhould a facewhen wrlnlclei and dark urciki below the ve why that tired otherwise WHY KIDNEYS GROW OLD THE INFALLA3LE REMEDY 1 The Infallable Remedy Company V G BABBAGE From An Old Soldier Knox Ind Jati 1 Will 1 1807 j i COAJL ff ri vjj i of ir ADDRESS COMMUNICATIONS TO Pittsburg Coal Company BASKETT KY 1 BMSaaMBMBlBaMSaajBaaiMSSBSHHSaMSaSa Gents I have every confidence iu recommending your Syrup of Pepsin I am 72 years of age ami am broken Claima collected Mortgages Notea LienB and other Becuri down the trouble having been brought tiea enforced and the monoy turned ovor promptly Divorcee You 011 by my experience in the war secured Depositions taken Interest in estates carefully lookT medicine has done me mord good than a nrl infn Pnntraxfo Ttaaila anl muw lli hundred doctors and I am just about ww vun ivax ijuiiuru lype vmuea How to Prevent a Cold well ot stomach troubles After exposure or when jou feel a Yours truly Jefferson Wilhfilm cold coming on take a dose of Foleys ir Honey and Tar It never fails A II OMest Flower r j Fisher Oloverport II A Shellman Every continent on the globe with the Slephensport Gordon Haynes Fates exception of Australia produces wild vllleE A Witt Hardlnflburg roses There can be little doubt that the rose is one of the earths oldest flowers1 Settled at Last In Egypt it is depicted upon a number Over Uardnera Store HardluBburK Nowa Oilica Olnverruuif The school muddle at Fordavllle has at ot early -IJ believed to date last been settled by the employment of from 3000tuouumefits O to 3500 p Rosewafer or aa wa Profit Uodsey of Fordavllle and Me iirviVrWWAjMA the ewt nce of roses Is aientioBtd b Laughliu of Louisville with Mis8 Bar Â¬ Homer the Iiliadj the illusion made in rett of McLean county aa assistant to the fl IN- Â¬ wtr in the Proverbs of Solomon Fordavllle Las an excellent school build Â¬ indicates that it had already been long ing and now that competent teachers known IN FINE IOULTKY We breed on scientific prlndnla have been employed her citizens will i folldwing Black Minorcas Buff Cochins Barred Plvmoutk Delays Are Dangerous enjoy exceptional advantages in tho eda ywHtotw VV Oh v Polish Light Brahman ml catloaal line Many of your friends or pr ople whom White our moneys worth or no sale Write for catalogue you know of have contracted coesump ties peuicBl or etkw fatal disease by KENTUCKY STOCK POULTRY I iwgUjt of a slwple oold or eottgfe FoÂ¬ leys Heey aad Tar a safe Mm ad Jot Iafants aad Cbilatre pleasant sough awdWae weW have Tfii KM Yh Hm Alwiys Bwtlt A R saved tlwa It hi guaraaU 1 Send 150 W 9Si0l Brsokknrimk Naws and ei Fwkw Qtempert 1 KsA i4M4twu Bears the atd the Naws free e Praetieo in all the Courts in Breckenridgo Hancock Counties Meade and lv ll jd CHAEGES REASONABLE OITIOBS WHY DONT YOU VEST A iii FEW DOLLAT9 Su IW FAiMBradnWrf CASTOR i A Sigutwa i charge for snm DalaaaaaTBflftl4aflaTkl4aafrflBraa t yr Iwj j -- jB I - 1 V if Jt- T Breckenridge i News WEDNESDAY NOV 01808 Glad to See You Visitors toLouisvillo will find this store just tho spot to como to A lino largo buildine stocked with hun dreds of dollars worth of morchandieo and all tho conveniences craved by the weary traveler a place to have your bundles checked a place to have your pack- Â¬ ages sent resting places throughout the store and material for writing at your Our corps of podisposal lite salesmen will ubo all their efforts to mnko you fool at homo Havent we someone who is working for us that is from your county Our men are from most every county in tho Statei Â¬ familled living out there In small cot tagca and they seem to be comfortably situated The corfiDaar furnishes work to their men every day arid thuy get tholr mono every two weeks Rev J Wi Blgham spent a few hours at Garfield last Thursday Tliero Is no Mothodint church at Garflold but there arengoi tnauy inetbbdist iftmllle In the locality A new church would bo a valuable addition to this thriving little village LEWISPORT 8wsXgSMWiXiXplawsgsSig 9 1 PATTERSONS 1 Grand Opening OF LEVY BROS i Third and Market WoutBville Ky Clothing lints and Fur nishlng Goods for Men and Boys and Shoes for Everybody HARDINSBURG Miee Mary Board in 111 with typhoid lever Born to the wile ot Silas Miller Noy 3 a boy H 6 Lake has moved back to Mri farm near Rock Vale J H Lennon has Riven his hotel a fresh coat ol paint Rev J W Bigham and his family arrived last week V G Bahbage is prepared to practice cases In bankrupts Lum Davis has runted the widow liar mans arm lor two years Fag Heston has accepted a clerkship with James H Gardner Lindsay Klncheloe sold a fine Jersy heifer to Will Hook for 35 Tbe Rev Mrs Davis who has been ill for some time is convalescent The public schools were closed yesterday on account of tho election 0 F pashman has been appointed Public Administrator for tbe county MikeMjller wants to Bell his present farm and buy one over on the turnpike John Kennedy is pushing his patent gate investment He will make it pay Jimmie Baker had a few of his young friends at his house to a birthday dinner A X Klncheloe spent a few days lost week risking his fathers family on Salt ver Henry Harper bas purchased Bob Robertsons old farmnar Jones store at 800 Dr Ben Earned bos advertised a sale of his personal effects at Harned tbe 10th Inst JW Blgham will go to Webster next Sunday to fill his regular appointment at that place Vf Jj OBrvan has been appointed administrator o the estate of Henry Â¬ OBrywjjleceased RevAffUDaTis announces thatjie willibrgin a protracted meeting at Cave Sprlag this month Seedme 40c ailyer and your picture any kmd and u wlU make you ttwo pbop bSttons tm it A W Yickers Mr and Mrs McCubblns came over last Sunday fromStephensport aud spent the day-with-t- There was notjnuch fnteresf In the election at thlaipIacT ThttrfallowsiweHt up aad voted and that was about all of iU jJBndeavoringj to close up all ohkJtaatheBa hero in time to get back to Mississippi and eat Obridtmas dlnMr with his father-in-laR 8 Gklllman and wifeiave returned from Louisville They liave lctused out thej boarding iouoa flh tret until Ghffetmal wueoAliey expect Ho refum and secure a larger building Tkft widow of Janies Wiight deceased willfqaalify As ailminiatrtor 6f his Mr Wright Uft a irood deal of mU valtMrble personal property and tweuty twafiundred dollars iu life inaursnce WCK For the nsxtthjrtySdavs I Tin ifwinaa t NjwJ la the tliuTto wcuie bargain OofiM tarly and gtt Iho pick- - Terms Mrifjj Positively nothluif sold on time jJlJ Whitwortb Garfield The bird hunters are muklrgextenslvu rlrfttioi to go to the flulua on the 15tM TV cuall k plentiful In this wr UoaWl tHe1 aoaae fine territory for hunting them The toys hope to have a w JBe at Uw apw t artw the Matthlaa Miller sold to Monroe A Co the tiimberjffcfjlfty jerca of land ujfr Kirkilast aiftuny awl now Wjlww turb eito a bsjib tojwltivate In mLMm land tebSsoiexyir Doe FHrrowJl the Mitlwho has undertaken tbe Job of teSag ap the grousd and will sext etVeJ yffaitw a mammoth Hit SmmmMIm O wll5ell my entiskopgTodajat coat the m iliiaU tbe stave yard oJ tH Oewpaay PtfAftr f a it IwwUie appearaws TiW area nuaaW of Baker Hros who manage tho Green Flag bargain store in tiits city aie getting WILL TAKE PLACE up a schemo of advertising that will reach every family in thlscounty They 10 1 do this to push heir business which has already gone beyond what thoy expected DONT FAIL TO ATTEND They sell a great many goods aud sell them cheap Will Bridges and Mr lapenheimer Goorgo F Ijancaster was in town this two tobacco dealers were here last week looking alter t e tobacco crop They week The election here yesterday was very report a fino crop in so far as they have examined it here and say that the prior quiet will command n good price They left Max Cerf of Louisville was in tbe city yesterday for the Glendeane and LoDg Monday Lick Bcctlon J G Rudd of Owennboro was in the city Tuesday To Cora Constipation forever Talco Cascorets Candy Cathartic lOo or Ko Peter Best Jr who has been quite It C O O all to euro druggists refund money sick is up again Thos Barr of Owensboro Ky was WEBSTER in the city Thursday The Mite Society met Friday night at Sunday was a March day residence of T B Pells Persimmous are plentiful Dr DeWitt attended quarterly meet Â¬ No partisan acrimony this year ing at Now Gbapel Sunday There will be a Bmall vote here next Mr Alfred Clark and brotner of Can Tuesday nelton Ind was here Monday J T Drane has moved into tho Mrs J C Pell and wife epent Sunday at Lane house Mrs Robbs opposte Tell City Geo Prout of Corbin is visiting at denbuigTnursdav Mrs John Myers of Waitman who Win Halls Bro Walton preached an excellent Stlth Robertson is convalescing from has been quite ill is some better sermon Sunday morning from Eph 3rd N B Chambers and Dr Hearnier of typhoid fever chap 14 21 verses Hawesville was in the city Monday Bas Hall is at home from a trip to Mr and Mrs Frank Peyton with their N S Greatbouse and W O Brown of little Marguerite are visiting Mr and North Dakota Our new pastor will bo on hand the Hawesville Ky were in tbe city Mon- Â¬ Mrs T P Hardaway day second Sunday Mrs Elfe Taylor Miss Beltie Taylor Uncle Thos Ratledge ot opposite and Irwin Taylor of Rosetta attended Missionary Rally Day Remember Grandvicw Ind spent Saturday in the church here Sunday here next Sunday Mr and Mrs Chas Drury went over to Jas Skillman was visiting Ills farms city Col W P I Bush of Louisville was Brandenburg Sunday to attend the Sundaynear here last week Association Fred Moorman cosmopolitan gave us in tbe city Saturday looking after his -school farms The Literary continues interesting a pleasant call last week Mrs Ben Berkshire of Owensboro is with visttors id attendance who know A protracted meeting is in progress at visiting her parents Mr T O Wright how to appreciate food things Walnut Grove this wetk below town Genie Jordan has such a Merry Mr Mary A Jordan was in Hardins Miss Letitia Smith was the guest of Payne in his heart that he keeps smiling burg last week on business Mrs Callle Greathouse Sunday near all the while Bewloyvllle Hustler Miss Lizzie Hall is at home from a visit New Chapel A whole week of most beautiful at Louisville and Muldraugh Gregory Blanford ono of tbe leading autumn weather was given us winding Mr Morton of Oloverport visited his characters in tbe A O V Ws play is up with a big rain and now fine and brother J tfcott Morton Sunday stage struck frosty Henry Simmons our soldier boy has Dr Lewis and wife of Scott county We are not done sowing wheat bore improved rapidly since his return were the guests of B H Poindexter Sat- Â¬ yet but it is not for want of industry on Henry Simmons left for Lexington urday and Sunday the part of the farmers the weather often Tuesday to report for military duty MissSallio Dunn o Henderson Ky upsets the best laid plans O B English had a horse killed by who has been visiting friends in this city The November number of the Bay returned to her home Sunday lightening during the storm Saturday View Maguine reached our office Friday Rhea Armstrong the popular drum Â¬ If you waut to be posted as regards Spain Anion Klncheloe the popular druggist of Hardinsbuig was visiting here Sun mer for W B Belknap it Sons ot Louis- Â¬ just become a member of the B V It C ville was in the city Saturday and learn all about her day Mrs S Combs and mother Mrs A nice number of Mr Blanfords friend Win J Mattingly photographer will arrive here the 10th to remain a short Kendall of Yelvlugton visited Mrs A faced tbe storm Saturday afternoon and D Beauchamp at Petri Ky Friday went to Guston to bear him tell the facts tlrpe Mi s Alma Phillips and Louelia Holl- Â¬ in the case as regards politics I am John Lyddan Dr H B Kurtz and Wm Hall Sr went to Louisville last and were the guests of Miss Fanny Lou quite sure be was correct and hope be Greathouse Sunday near New Chapel will succeed week to sell fat hogs As tbe children say when they play The mayor of Martludale was In the A severe hail storm accompanied by mnch wind prevailed in this section last city last week Mayor Gibbs we are re- Â¬ hide the switch Mrs Grlnnell youre I am not careful enough of my liably informed that your flourishing city cold Saturday afternoon own grammaticisms to complain of being will soon have a telephone Mrs Amon Klncheloe of Hardlnsburg criticised It was another matter alto- Â¬ is visiting her parents T B Henderson Everybody should turn out to tbe can- Â¬ gether and well let it pass still the and wife this week dy pulling tonight at I O O F Hall News is all right and bo are you Dave Henry the popular grocery Tbe occasion is under tbe auspices of the Goldex rou drummer visited his sister Mrs John Rebecca Lodge of this place Lyddan last Friday Mr and Mrs G O Patterson of BIG SPRING Hawesville and Will Miller and Miss Mrs Lucy Kurtz and mother Mrs Stuart went to Louisville last Saturday Flora Blincoe of this city Bpent Sunday Bro Walton and wife arrived home with J W Patterson and family of for several days visit from Rome last Friday Adair Mrs Margiret Cplgin returned home Dr Plrtle of Hawes Valley was here The A 0 U Ws play which will last week from a viiit to relatives and come off Thursday night November last Wednesday shopping friends at Hardlnsburg James Harned was tbe guest of Miss Henry Kurtz gets heart sick it a man 24th is progressing very nicely and ev- Â¬ comes to him for a cow trade and he is erything points to a first class entertain- Â¬ Molliu Board of Custer last Sunday ment Misa Smith who bas been with Miss unabjetcccommodate bimv H R D Cullin tbe popular druggist Ora Walton for several days leit Mon Â¬ Mrs W G Claycomb visited her daughter Mrs 8am Dugan near Bran Â¬ and postmaster of tbe flourishing little day city of Stanley was here Sunday Harve Abe Olliver representing the Grlnstead denburg Saturday and Sunday f is one of our home boys and is always Grocer firm called on our merchants last A S Dve who bas beear in Gentry welcome Friday xounty Moi lw arvear past iaat home Horace Pattersons new grocery will again but aUulQsoart ofcyclonee Mrs Nan Galloway has purchased the soon be completed and Horace says if property belonging to the James Raw A good road bas been opened from you want a good tquare meal or fancy lings heirs here to meet tho Irvlngton aud Hardins meal call on W B Miler the manager burjfToadat McGebcesschool house John Meador Jr went to Long Grove of the grocery last Saturday to be the guest of Mies Miss Myra Hanks went to Union Star Hogs Well sir Lewisport and vicin Â¬ last xuursuayio aneBU iue reception ity is quite hoggish You will see drove Nan Mercer Miss Fronuie and Lydia Clarkson giveu to Carlt Richardson and bride alter drove coming each week to our went to Brandendurg Saturday and Ono of our young ladies baa been in local stock dealers not sand diggers No Louisville several days shopping and of road backs but a nice smooth Berkshire remained over Sunday Doran Martin have a full line of cduree we are all guessing and guessing Poland China or some good strain of be considerable at- Â¬ smooth nice stock This is Lewisport groceries and would be g ad to have a There seems to share of your patronage traction at Hardlnsburg for some of our stock ot their Charlie Casperke of Brandenburg boys judging from tbe frequency Lewisport has not a very fine display visits f was hare repairing telephones and put of horses but when tbe boys g t them Tbero was a coal famine at tbe school warmed up on Sunday to going down in a box for B 8 ulurkson Miss Bettiu Clarkson aud Zilma house que day last week due to negli Â¬ some of our principal boulevards you gence on the part ol our very efficient could Ecarcely tell whether yu were n Strother went to Brandenburg last Fri Â¬ beard of trustees Lexington the home ot the trotter or in day to be the guest of Mrs Casperke and Missionary Rally Day here has been New York the market for the fancy other friends high stepper postponed from the first Sunday in Nov Dr Strothers horse becamo unman aareviouslylannouncedto the second Cattle not cattle of the type some agoble last Thursday while out visiting Sunday bforeitUe church service A may suppose You know there are sev Â¬ bis patients and ran away throwing beautiful pwtfraBVW being practiced eral types but I wish to speak of Lewis doctor from his bugy He had to use u which will be highly interesting port and vicinity We raise the celebra Â¬ cane tor several days on account of hav Â¬ Since Thanksgiving day has already ted short horn for it Is a beef that will go ing a sprained foot been announced we should not delay to on anv market We raise the jersey for select our turkey or that oo aeion and it will please be clcsest dairyman for it DeWItt4 Little Harly Risers The famous llltla pills have him well fatted For we as a na Â¬ will stand more water than any other ulel to say the least we do not tion have more to rejoice over thaa any milk but other nation under the suu and this is a raise the scrub Robert Carjlpn Ijttle son of Mr and special year for ud to give thanks aud Jerry Inman formerly of Lewisport Mrs 8axton Dutschke died Friday Ocrtfoicej t died Saturday night at bis home in Louls tober 28 of membranous croup aged j Mr Inman mar Â¬ twenty months and eight days Mrs Biandenbuig for a klud Vllle of consumption ITbanks ly word We hayo Jwyl42ne Sur ried a Miss Hollyield daughter of Mr Chrot peaded anothar little ne To join Hit angel band bVitTbuTrarely ever received a word of Ji W Hc llyMeld oae of our beat cltlz ib So ha Mat his angel to lh catth that day appreciation However we all J el ike Ha loaves a wife and seven children to And took Utile Carlton by tha head iere plgatfes hesJweTcoitraiaJ Mir moura bis loss Tbe fuaeral services A RULATIV were held at the gaptty church Mon Jeeble eMoHa twlth tbe9BraudiMbHrK Clay Pips ioluruB wbkhjb the jkcMjloeal BSjjumn day brother F G Fllk conducted tbe mUes The sympathy of the whal we have ever mm The British Museum contains a very eqmmumty t with the aad wife aad be fall collection of gly pJfMff datisg back When you wk for DoWitta Witch wavsd sWWrw aa far as the sixteenth century The JUM fttMi teat afcHa WHBWrWt or It you want a Al ttok ef Plywouth ettatoW of waxiBg the pipe ead to preÂ¬ Iwltatlow There arewwowwsoj L Jiock efetekNM yrawlH Sad thaw iaad vent It sticking to tha lips was iatroduced cared by tola Uim all o4ur e by the Dutch abot the year 1700 aatHiad Hy Mr J V Palfses W4d otlfc IIvvA I fcf Uitr 1m fcfon tewN H a tak Uwrt la to Mrpaf DWIU Wltck Hazl Mr V OitaMhiiU attrm th ka ploMwr In poultry ia eoty lirA XMAS GOODS I Saturday Dec has some pens that will please the best 8UNNY DALE poultry raisers Dr J W Griffin has a lot of cblckens that will do to g J in any Smith or Blanford which company and one of our younger poultry A hard shower Saturday raisers Mr Tom White Is by far from lie Bhanidial and another a boy of 11 Tho beautiful autumn days are at an Hugh Johnson Is a chicken raiser that end we fear will make soinn of our older producers The general health of the community study in a few short years is Improving Master Richard Mattingly bad an One Minute Cough Curo cures attack of croup last week That It what It was made lor Tliis is tho season when nature has on her most beautiful garments BEWLEYVILLE Last week was the mildest November weather we bavo bad for years Mis Nettle Shumate is still very sick kTbanks to tho News for its untiring J M Ilardaway is visiting In this efforts on behalf ot country roads vicinity 0 V Robertson shipped some stock to Quite a number ot persons attended Louisville Saturday Vic is one of our the Brown sale hustlers Howard Drury of Rossetta is attend- Â¬ Friel and Ewlng two bustling saw ing school hero milt men are sawing a lot of timber on Mrs G P Paul returned from a visit Mattingly brothers farm to the city last Wednesday Thn roads in this community are bet- Â¬ Tboc J Stith lost a number ot nlieep ter worked and in better condition tban last Monday killed by drgi we ever saw them at this season of the Out in South Dakota they vote on year woman suffrage Tuesday Nov 8th A Mr Collister of Louisville has been Miss Mary Paul spent several days last in thia neighborhood for several days L Smith of Guston week with Mrs buying walnut timber He ships it to Hamburg Germany Miss Efllo West a visitor of Mrs Gross SCHOOL NOTES of Rosetta attended church here Sunday We still have a large attendance at Cbas Drury is No 1 overseer on a road Just Bee that rock work east of school town Jebsie West intends to start to school Mrs Partlon continues to visit friends today Monday We note her presence at religious ser- Â¬ Out of an enrollment of seventy we vices have an average attendance otover sixty Mrs T P Pierce Mattie Hardaway Sore eyes struck our school some time and Miss Mary Blanford were at Bran ago and bavo kept many children out of Bchool Will be the Big Money Raising Sale of Wilson Jones By December 10 we have to raise n large sum of money in order to meet some heavy bills Novor before have goods been sold as lpw as they will be sold for 30 days beginning November 10 We are going to make prices lower than It is honestly right for us to make them in order to meet our obligations As you knoW we sell lower than anyone can or will sell you and then for us to cut under that it looks hard but then sue will have to go for this time Come and examine1 our goods and prices and you will see that we are In a class to ourselves when it comes to saving you money UNPARALLELED CLOTHING 1 a CLOTHING 1 CLOTHING We are not the only pebbles on the beach when It comes to this class of goods but then we are tho only people who can or rather will make you prices quoted below For 08c we will sell you the Genuine Doe Skin Jeans Pant extra well made and lined throughout This sells the world over at 1 25 Our No 1300 Jeans Pant is one that totalis everywhere for R5c this wu are going to give yon at Wo will also sell vou a good Jeans Pant lined throughout for 00c its dirt cheap 48c we bate to do It but let em rip Our 1 60 Jeans Cunt is a regular 200 seller Do not fail to see our 76c Duck Coat worth 1 00 For 1 26 we will sell you an Extra Heavy Duck Coat rubber lined throughout including sleeves On all Suits aud Overcoats that are In our Mammoth Stock we will during this sale allow 20 per cent discount off of regular price Heretofore we have paid but little attention to Tallor Mado Suits and Pants but from now on wo are going after this trade for keens Mr Harry Stum will have chatge of this department and cannot be beaten in giving genteel fits Get our prices aud see our aamplos and we are sure wo can please you A big line of Mackintoshes lower thau ever heard of before We Btart them at 135 this is really worth 175 Do you need a nice Sunday pant If you do come along and get them at the following cut price Our 1 00 Pant at 70c 1 25 Pant for 08c 1 75 Pant for 2 00 Pant for 1 67 t 38 160 Pant for 1 23 2 60 Pant for 1 08 2 25 Pant for 1 70 2 75 Pant for 2 23 3 00 Pant for 2 43 3 25 Pant for 2 68 3 50 Pant for 2 83 3 75 Pant for 3 00 4 00 Pant for 3 II SHOES SHOES SHOES We are loaded down to the guards and want your help so we can unload Especially is this tbe case in Rubbers and Heavy Polkas During this Bale we wilt sell you Misses Rubbers for 20c Ladles Rubbers for 25c Mens Rubbers for 40c fur 38c worth 60c Youths 012 for 43c worth 00c Childs Heavy Shoes Misses 132 for 48c worth 70c Ladies or 03c worth 85c See our odds Hnd ends on Bargain Counter choice for 60c worth 85c to 1 25 58 38 Queenaware I Queensware 1 Lumber I Lumber Triughs I on QMcemwart and Glatiware and during this sale we wilt give twenty per cent olt of regular price We are badly overstocked Stoves I Stoves I Entirely too many Cook and lleatine Sioves and just to get rid ol them we put the knife to them too Sd they go at fifteen per cent discount infr Guttering and Lead st the very lowest prices Yes we have a carload as nice as you ever saw Also a lot oflron Roof I Groceries I Groceries Messrs in Frionds when passing our place stop Are now with us and thejr cordially invite all and we will give you a hearty fricndsandcuttomeistocome In to Me them Jnarley Ford Harry Stum and their I welcome Capes and Jackets Now we trike yon where vou live Dont fall to We wUl sve you money read caretulljr a lbs for jc Best Soda 6Uc and 7 ijc Ilest Uacon Granulated Sugar 17 IBs for i 00 10 lbs for i 00 llrown Sugar Coal Oil ik 15c and joc per gal Nails so to 60 Keg fi8e 10 Keg 190 No 1 Batting liars Good soap for bait Coarse or Im e 3 Richard Mattingly was away from school two days last week on account of sickness Some of the girls are wondering why Lawrence Sill aud Vest Durham look across the house and emtio so often Our Literary bas been good and we have bad large crowds each night but as the nights are getting cool we will have but few inoro meetings Tho second month of our school closed last Mondayand the following are some of tbe best reports Jessie Bowman 090 j Mary Mattingly Jennie Mat- tirgy W Annie West 08 Alvin Bow mau 13 Minnie Brown 07 4 Wilber 14 8 Brown Richard Mattingly 04 Coleman West 04 Others did well and still others would have done as well as tbe ones named but were absent a part of tbe timej INSECURITY Every prop on which I lean Every earthly prop I mean Of whoso power 1 ohnnoe to boast Falls mo when I need it most Lover brother sister friend On whose nearnexa I depend Thoae whose very presenoe gives Strength by which my spirit Uvea Fall away by some mischance Death or other circumstance And I find mjeelf Indeed Leaning on a broken reed When these earthly fetters part All thcBO clasps around ray heart Full away and I am left Of lifes sweetest jots bereft To what deptha of woo I drop Becking vainly for some prop All sufllclent to sustain Ono in loneliness and pain Ltko a drowning roan I reach Upward and for aid beseech Help me Lord I I cry and stand Well Hupportod by his hand Ho has promlsod to abide Ever near whoreer I be VihUpera gently Lian on me Just received a lame consignment of handsome one vaav chean and itrliih Do not tail to see our Elegant Ilush Cape for 4 50 tIC lH per i5 I lro sc Yours Very Truly WILSON FORDSVILLE JONES KENTUCKY i VEST The Price of An Overcoat Usually goes up as cold weather approaches and people need Overcoats tho worst but wo havo rosolved upon an exception to the Wo have reduced prices in our usual rule Clothing Department and we are now act- Â¬ ually selling Overcoats for less money than you could have bought them for in tho sum Tho truth of tho matter is we mor time want to close out this department and in- Â¬ vest our money in other lines For this reason we are giving surprising bargains Our line of Ovorcoats is vory large and you are sure to get suited Come in and let us quote you prices on Overcoats WM VEST SONS Cloverport Ky Through the dosert through the tide Earthly tlos how insocurel Heavenly tloa alone endure And my Idols all were alain That I might this knowledge gain New York Ledger THEY GAVE THE BALLS And the People Danced to Fay the Debts of LotUs XIV In 1713 Louis XTV favored tho Opera Â¬ thon established in tho first eallo of tho Paluis Royal there have been two with a special mansion for tho bettor accommodation of its administration archives and rehearsals This hotel is situated in tho Rue Nioaise Tho build lug was generally designated under the namo of Magasia whence tho term not do magn Â¬ Filles dn Magasln eto subsequently not only to the fe Â¬ male ohoristers and supers bnt the fo malo daucers themselves It so happen ed that tho king forgot to pay his archi Â¬ tects and workmen In order to satisfy them the Chevalier do Bouillon conoeiv ed tbe idea of giving balls In the opera houso for which idea ho received an annual pension of 0000 francs Ho was paid but the klugs debtors wore not for although tho letters patent were granted somewhere about the beginning of 1718 not a single ball had been given when the most magnificent of tho Bour bon sovereigns descended to bis grave One day shortly after his death dArgonson tho thou lieutenant ef po- Â¬ ll oo was talking to Louis nophow Mon Philippe dOrleans tho regent there aro people seigneur he said who go about yelling that his majesty of blessed inomory was a bankrupt and a thief Ill havo thorn arrestod and have them flung into sotno doop under Â¬ ground dungeon You dont know what you are talking about was the ouswor Those people must be paid But and then thoy 11 oeaso to bellow how mousoignourl Lots give the balls that wero projected by Bouillon So said so done and tho pooplo danced to pay Louis XTVs debts as according to Bhadwell people drank to fill Obarles Â¬ VEST J T O CHAS F OWEN WITH A BRIDGES CO PICKETT TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Proprietors - IPs coffers The kngs moat faithful subject we in eervloe aro not dull We drink to show oar lojslty And make bit coffers full A Cor Eighth and Main Sts A Louisville Ky Not in BRIDGES W O BRIDGES Â¬ mz 1r rtttr9 t TMk V Aits lM v7 er Yfi lv London Saturday Review Bencvetent Boss Alexander R Bhepberd better known at one lime at Boss Shepherd ef Washington baa naade a fortaae of about 13000000 In the of Bpte- Ohihwihtw Mx4ej where he Slas Is sclulofl tha town being visited by but few Arserlearw What he does of bid mosey ta shown In the with ao well pvd street aud beautiful JNirka a ee free libfary eleetrU IUhU awl vwlsnssa with which ha has wVowad Four Months Storage Fru thi Combim jw Worms SM-Z- VERMIFUGE XMSa WHITES CREAM BMta eK t Ft 20 TMrt lat Lm in Wim ImwQmT sVXHjrss1 JkXaX 303raT7 OJJ9 JAMCS F e sas Aty9fBilU it For Mi4y A sisriT MajtajsisiaMsl K FWiwr Cvjwt sjj ajj ssf sarw si ftALLAltD M KT THE- - BRECKENRitflSE NEWs j JNO D AND V Q BABBAQE Editors and Proprietors That the Babbages are a Godly nee is demonstrated by the fact that they aro HulAMIng the biblical injunction to rj forth and multiply Bob Jollys announcement of hia can dtdacy for the county clerkship in baaed on the proposition that the curly bird captures the worm Two thousand Oubaim hold office timlor Uncle to tuck between tho Ohio man as to who patriot ROUGH RIDER WINS Teddy Roosevelt Rides Rough Shod GLOVERPORT DEMOCRATIC Smith Gets The Town by the Skin of His Teeth The Election Was Abnormally Quiet The Vote Over aoo Short Prevent pneumonia Provontion la always better tj cure oven when euro La possible But bo many times pneumonia fa apt cured that prevention becomes tho -- i WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 9 1898 EIGHT PAGES TO THE MERCIIA2TTS 4M OF LOUlSVILLR Breckenridoe County is as deeply interested in tbo asphalt con troversy that is going on in Louisvillo as the tax payers of that city Tho reason for tho interest of this county is the fact that its prosperity is largely affected by tho outcomo of tho fight Brockenridge County contains vast deposits of rock asphalt of a quality that is pronounced by experts to bo superior to any similar product found on earth This product has been extensively rained in the poet and the demand thus created for it had tbo effect of appreciating property values all over tho county The excellence of tho asphalt for street purposes was recog- Â¬ nized by tho leading engineers of tho country and it became a formi- Â¬ dable competitor of tho Trinidad Lake Asphalt companies The lat- Â¬ ter forming one of the most formidable and vicious trusts known to his tory grew apprehensive of tho growing prestige of tho Kentucky Rock Asphalt companies and determined to crush them out of existence By a subtle and clover manipulation of boards of public works and city officials in various municipalities in the United States the Trinidad Lake Asphalt monopoly had these bodies adopt such plans and specifications governing the construction of streets and the awarding of bids as to make their competitors purchase from them material absolutely controlled by them They also had clauses inserted in these plans and specification that made their product the standard and shut out rock asphalt This trick had the effect of placing municipalities adopting these plans and specifica- Â¬ tions at tho mercy of the Trinidad Lake Asphalt monopoly The bold est move of tliis vicious corporation was its effort to kill tho Kentucky rock asphalt in the house of its friends With this end in view it had its special plans and specifications adopted by a former board of Publio Works in tho city of Louisvillo and from that day to this we have been unwilling spectators of tho fight that has been waged againBt a Ken- Â¬ We believe that tho citi- tucky product by politicians of Louisville Â¬ Â¬ are offering to It is nip Cuban and the ia the greatest Sam Over Van Wyck r Wiikn Sam Jones starts his protracted meeting at Hopkinsville next January he will observothe fitness of tlungiby locating hades tho usual distance from The Hosts of Tammany Could Not Overcome the Hero of La Guasimas Â¬ that hot old A town says daily paper that the war cloud CHICAGO GOES DEMOCRATIC Could Not Swallow Corporal Tanner and in Europo grows darker The fact that Russia Is moving her money from France to England shows that the cloud has both a gold and silver lining Editor GainmoI Elktou boasts that a negro child was born in his city with a tooth Thats nothing Several child Â¬ ren have been born in Oloyerport with eilyer spoons in their mouhs Repudiates Him NEXT HOUSE REPUBLICAN Â¬ Notwithstanding that every Sunday produces a muider in Louisville a woman succeeded in living one hundred and eighteen years iu that city before she died And yet there are those who contend that the age of miracles has passed Southern States Go Democratic While Republicans Gain in Northern and Eastern States BLOODLESS FIGHT IN CAROLINA Ky men are at law over the ownership of a calf They have already spent 3500 in litigation and the animal Jb not worth 25 The fool per- Â¬ sistency oi the litigants would indicate that they are related to the calf In dispute Two Richmond Â¬ The election in Cloverport passed off as quietly as a quaker meeting The town gave its preference to Smith the Democratic candidate for Congress by I coaM was threatened with jee0Ble eleven majority eat nor sleep and was In a wretched There ws no attempt made on the neither condition I procured a bottle of Avert part of party workers to pol a full vote Cherry Pectoral and took It according to the and the usual excitement of the election direction and at the end of fif teen daysw as before the attack I was conepicious by its absence Those as well and sound as many cases of pnee have recommended it in who have watched tho elections here njosk since and have bst known it to fail for years past say that never before in ia effecting a cure J0IIN HENRY St Joseph Ia the history of politics has there been as much apathy locally as characterised the I was attacked with a cold that settled on my lungs and defied the skill of ay pay votiig yesterday aicians so that they considered me incarabla A number of men who heretofore At hat I began to n Ayefa Cherry Pectoral havo been quite active in politics seem and was entirely cared after hails takeit ed to hardly know that an election waa two BEVERIANOf in progress Taunton Maafc Tho colored brother seemed toMilnk that the goober law as he called it dis- Â¬ enfranchised him and a number refrain ed from votiog In the first ward normally Republi- Â¬ can there wero an even hundred votea cast a wonderful falling off The reeulta of the election locally were as follows fa put up in half afae bottle at halt 1rcclnct No 1 Smith 60 Blanford 50 Precinct No 2 Smith CI Blanford price 50 cents 67 McMullon3 Precinct No 3 Smith 04 Blanford received 37 Blanford 32 MoMulIen 2 nalural act of that instinct of wlf prcacrvation which fa the first law Pneumonia can be pre Â¬ of nature vented and fa often cured by th ue of Ayes Cherry Pectoral Some years ago I had a bstks cjU aad WUssJJi flyers OLENDEANE Cberrg Pecltnl Democrats Win Overwhelmingly and Negroes Make No Trouble VOTE VERY 84 Ci OYKitroiiT society girls have military tendencies and they have class fled their LIGHT IN KENTUCKY The stay at home voto was large The Smith was victorious in this district country people found more excitement He got 72 votes Blanford 00 McMuldown at the old home on tho farm than len 12 in the city and remained close to Uieir WEBSTER own vine and fig tree Webster gave Smith 70 votes Blanford G9 McMullen 10 COUNTY REPUBLICAN BBWLEYVILLE I Â¬ n Â¬ fmmimmMfe - 7TZ vr its1 Tv beaux as regulars and volunteers In spite of the attacks on them by Cupid Payne John Frank 1helon and Eugene Vest still drill with the im munes A louisvillb judge says that human life is the cheapest thing in that city He estimates its value at -- 0 lie placeB Experience has the figure too high proven that a jury cannot be procured in that town that considers a human life worth the hemp nececsary to hang the v Democrats Claim Congressmen in Eight Districts While Republican Claim the Ninth STOCK LAW Jato rV li AiMifh JhsPAzg TaT a Mf - tg Fk DEFEATED IN Jt murderer who takes it Returns From Tenth and Eleventh are plete and Unsatisfactory TURNER ELECTED LV si vS2vaSRHMriMHHMMlLi AJSaVHwti KV BBKCKENIHDQE ASrHAJT MINKS AT dAItFIELD izens of Louisville aro eager to patronize home industries Brecken ridge county by its situation and its excellent transportation facilities is but a suburb of Louisvillo Tho Breckenridge companys asphalt mines aro but a three hours railroad journey from Louisville When these mines are working they give employment to hundreds of laborers with their teams These laborers all live near Garfield Harned and Hardinsburg and they spend the money thoy receive for their labor at these three towns and at Louisville The merchants who receive the patronage of these laborors buy all their goods from the wholesale A A Richardson at Garfield B F houses located at Louisvillo Hoben H Baker Bros Beard it Co Horace Scott Teaff E A and several other well known firms spend hundreds of thousands Witt of dollars with Louisville wholesale houses and these country merchants are among the direct beneficiaries of tho operations of the asphalt mineB ThiB is a plain statement of fact If Louisville encourages our home raises the ban against our asphalt gives us a show at the con- Â¬ industries tracts allows us to put down cheaper and better streets than tho Trin idad Lake Asphalt monopoly it will creato a demand for our product that will employ our labor put money into circulation among our mer Â¬ chants and stimulate tho property values in Breckenridge county that have been disturbed by tho discrimination against its most The money eventually finds its way back to valuable mineril product Louisvillo If the Breckenridge company obtains justice at Louisville will bo rewarded by increased trade ThiB is a plain business tho city proposition If it is turned down tho merchunts of Louisville and the thero will show themselves dead to their own interests people Wo beg of the business men of Louisville to help tho people of Breckenridge County out in this matter because it affects LouisvilloB prosperity as well as ours We aro under great obligations to Richard W Knott and his journal tho Post for the strong vigorous loyal manly stand they have taken in our behalf Stand behind Knott and the Post back them up and you are supporting Breckenridge county in tliis fight Â¬ Woman is greater than wealth ally if the wealth is her own especi- Â¬ Tjik Bickest men in Cuba are the Im munes Again we arise to ask whats In a name will prove a very knotty proposition to the friends of monopolies Louisville should patronize home In Â¬ dustries and pulverixj the asphalt trust Tux Empror of China seems to have wore lives than a cat He has died five times in the pant month Richard Knott Politicians who insist that free silver ia dead have enough discretion to keep away from tho corpse for fear of being hurt Tub averaga hunting party in this section is content to kill two equlrrels a rabbit and 50 worth of wine Apathy was In command of the voters in this district yesterday and he failed to inarch them to the polls UKNKiiAL Oua peace commissioners iu Europe TiiBback downofFranceintbe Fashc should seo to it that our flag should never come off its perch in the Phllli da affair would Indicate that the French believe hat they who fight and run pi DOS away will live to fight another day All that ia needed to make next Habby Suuuebs of the Elizibothtown Thanksgiving a day of complete joy is peace oa earth aad the reaoval of the News has been nominated for govenor by the Meade County Messenger Harry staaap tax knows how to run a successful county Im Abkaksas a teas Baaed Payne newspaper and by that token he should wanted Mies Ache It ia a eregonq know how to boas the affairs of the state eoMlneien that the eoeale wlH strlva to Bbandemdubo with her wealth of I mm ate their Payae aad Ashe bsMtUul g4rla is prosecuting a viaorpH It was Um Inst ef lata tarf the 8aa frtHpafga M expands and is attraetUV ielt OcwJsf Mafia Tem abeU U rak to uanelf the chivalrous aad gijlaat Laauw 1 LsUaiklLsaWjLjMk AAlUalW flJuJ Wy to be hate ed lay plows Im aattOHHU to bsobUm aba Um int Vi French papers say that Germany will 57 McMullen 1 IN take a hand in the gime and will bluff Precinct No 2 Smith 83 Blanford Uncle Sam out of the Phillipines It 104 McMulhm 1 will tako more than a cold deck to cause Precinct No 3 Smlth 101 Blanford your Uncle Samuel to relinquish his The election of Roosevelt for New Yobk Nov 8 2 a m special to the News cinch on the jack not The old boy has governor is claimed The World has just posted a bulletin and issued an extra in 84 McMullen 7 This gives Smith a majority of 3 over his opponent Blan both the sand and the shooting imple- Â¬ which it concedes the state to the Rough Rider by 45000 majority Roosevelts ford ments to back up his royal flush iialltown support in rural New York was tremendous and helped to overcome the adverse The vote cast at the Balltown precinct vote of Kings and Queens counties composing Greater New York HERES TO YOU MRS QMNNELl was exceedingly light The results were as follows Smith 31 Blanford 75 Mo MrsIIattie BGrlnnellthe Brandenbuig Later reports from New iork claim Roosevelts majority will be over 60000 Mullen 2 Blanfords majority 44 correspondent of the Nkwh has a very UCDANIBLS happy faculty of saying nico things about 31 precincts have been hour 23 out of BLOODLESS VICTORY Apathy characterized tho voting in others She believes in scattering seeds heard from and give Allen 1082 Joljy Special independent Republican 310 Fowler this precinct Tuo Populists developed of Bunshine in her journey through this Wilmington N O Nov 8 vale of tears She is one of thoBe noble to the News The Democrats win in this regular Republican 205 James Populist unexpected strength although this is The vote was women whose presence in any commun- Â¬ state and make big gains The threat 08 Aliens majority 400 In the eight McMuHens home Smith 05 Blanford 20 McMullen 40 ity inspires men to chivalry and women ened race war was avorted The negroes precincts to be heard frem Allensxnajor IIUD30N to a larger conception oi the sacrednesa made no trouble White supremacy is ity will be increased to six hundred The same feeling of apathy that char Â¬ of life Her knowledge of men and accomplished acterized other places was apparent here affairs is of a character that equips her LIGHT VOTE Usual Gains The vote was Smith 69 Blanford 123 in a peculiar manner to the position in Cincinnati O Nov 8 Special to the McMullen 4 refined and cultured society she occupies very Was Polled In Meade Countys Capo cusTin by News The Republicans claim and she is justly regarded as an oracle Smith carriod this precinct by 17 tal City those who know her Mrs Grinnell is a heavy gains all over the state majority oyer Blauford Vote light fine type of the heroic pelf sacrificing Republican Congress Uesults Smith 121 Blanford 104 Mc- Â¬ womanly woman who can undergo mar- Â¬ Returns were received from Brandon Washington D O Nov 8 Special to butg last night from the court house pre- Â¬ Mullen 10 tyrdom with no repinings or complain- Â¬ VBIQ SI BINO the News The Republican managers cinct that showed n very light vote was ings She goes through life cheerfully Vote extremely light here Smith enjoying her friendships using every claim large gains in all the eastern states cast Only 187 voters exercised the bight means to give lfopplneas to the legions and Ohio The Southern states are giv Â¬ of franchise Smith received 102 votes who love her The years have the ing the usual Democratic majorities Blanford 83 and McMullen 1 Only one effect of increasing her youthful appre- Â¬ The Republicans claim both houses vote was spoiled Smiths majority over ciation of the joy of living She is no Blandford iu this precinct was nine On Stock Law Defeated Bhe is as young as the old woman the citizens city ticket D O Pusey re- Â¬ Special to the ceived 12 votes and Haweaville Nov 8 youngest and our toast to you Mrs J T Wells 16 Grinnell is May the attributes of your News Allen Democratic candidate for head and heart always as now be a well Congress in second district polled a To Cure Catarrh spring of happiness to tho30 who know majority of the vote of Hancock Jolly led Fowler both of whom were candi- Â¬ Do not depend upon snufls inhalants or you Catarrh is a We want the readers of the News to dates on the Republican ticket The other local Applications constitutional disease and can bo suc- Â¬ know that E O Babbage John T Ditto stock law was defeatod cessfully treated only by meaifa of a con- Â¬ and another young man whose modesty Hobson Elected stitutional remedy like Hoods Sarsapa prevents his name being mentioned Elisabethtown Ky Nov 8 Special to rilla which thoroughly purifies the blood appreciate a good thing and are At Judga Hobsons head Â¬ and removes the scrofulous taints which bound to let no one get ahead of them the News quarters here his election is claimed by cause catarrh The great number of tee when it cornea to throwing boquets Jones managers will time nlals from those who have been 600 majority We have just received from claim his election cured of catarrh by Hoods Sarsaparllla New York Waa Hurt proves the unequalled power of this Tennessee Democratic While doing some carpenters work H medicine to conquer tbla disease 8 Special to Nashville Tenu Nov yesterday Mr Wash Matthews of Glen troubled with catarrh give Hoods Sarsap Â¬ the Nsns McMillln and the entire arllla a fair trial at once deane fell from a table which turned and broke both bones of his left Democratic ticket wins easily in Ten Â¬ of those 27 inch Astrackan and about three inches above nessee fore arm cutting Better Cloth CapeB with Thibet fur Dr Dompster was called the wrist Chlcags Repudiates Taauer Nobody Is mlesed from Jlendeane down the front and on storm and the hurt Is doing as well as it Chicago Nov 8 8pecial to the News more than R G Robertson has been for collar at is possible for it to do Mr Matthews is nearly seventy years old active and en The people of this cltv have repudiated a few weeks That his numerous friends ergetic We hope that In spite of his ad- Â¬ Tanner and tho Democrats Ipad in thn may know his exact condition I quote Â¬ ils words of yesterday This is the vanced age he may Boon be out with his municipality by seven thousand major fourth week thet I hays been confined ity broken arm entirely healed to my room and I am not doing well Turner Elected Social Events My strength returns very slowly but I KAGH special to fee yery grcalful that it Is as well as it Nov 8 Louisvillo Ky Mrs 0 M McGlothlan last Monday tea at tier hcspltable home in the NEwa Turners majority over Is Mrs Robertson has recovered suffi gave TJiat is well worth 250 of Union Star in honor of Mr and Mrs R Evans from present indications will not ceqtly to walk about the liouse anybody a monoy They wont O Richardson The eyent was a deligut be over three hundred remain long in Btook at that nl one and was greatly enjoyed price Rieketts WaHlngrerfl Class la Two Districts Miss Minnie Hoyln and Miss Sue Miss Little lllcketts of Louisville waa Frankfort Ky Noy 8 8pecial to the Brashear eutertalned Mlta Bessie Beard married Thursday October 27th 1808 to of Hardinsburg at Union Star Saturday News Th Democrats claim the Con MrBF Walllnutord of Kenton Ohio greeemen in the First Second Third evening at the Filth and Walnut street M Fourth Fifth Sixth Seventh and Eighth church South Mr Walllngford Is a Districts seem elected wealthy property holder while Miss The Ninth is very close with the Re lllcketts is well known at Unloa Star publicans claiming it Tenth District in malarial districts Tutts Pills and ia Cloyerporf where she lived for Â¬ as well as Eleventh returns are very in several years as a steady aad energetic are iodjspensible they keep the complete and not eaougb to figure oa business lady LOUISVILLE This is the home of Hon Charles Two Districts to Hear From but Stanfords Blanford but that did not prevent a Majority Conceded light vote Blanford carried the pre- Â¬ The returns from the preclnctsin this cinct Tho vote was Smith A5 Blan county are all in with tho exception of ford 87 McMullen 25 Rock Yale and Mooleyyille Blanfordo mVINOTON majority in ibe county is roughly esti- Â¬ Vote here was unusually light No HANCOCK mated at 05 The vote was exceedingly Results Smith 74 interest taken light Blanford 33 McMullen 11 UABDINSBURQ Union Star gtye Dave Smith a majori- Â¬ very The election Incom- Â¬ Hardinsburg passed off polledquietly at ty of 34 and Stephensport complimented The vote was very light The city Is normally R publican Blanford by giving him a majority of 47 The vote for the three precincts waa as MISSION SERVICES follows Precinct No 1 Smith 134 Blanford Passlonlst Father Will Lecture at St Roses Beginning on the 20th of this jnonth a series of Mission Services will be held at St Roses Catholic church in tnin city The services will be conducted by Father Raymond of New York who is a mem- Â¬ ber of the Passlonlst order The first lecture will be given at 730 on the evening of Nov 20th Services will be held every morning at 8 30 and every evening at 730 for a week Father Raymond is an eloquent divine and all are invited to hear him Â¬ at iiARDiNsnuaa Services begin at St Romualds church on tho 13th of the month They are to be conducted by Father Raymond Hopeful Signs After a two weeks visit at Toledo Ohio and New York city W H Bowmer has returned to his native heath During his eastern trip Mr Bowmer says he saw many signs cf business activity in the east and he says there Is a more buoy- Â¬ ant and hopeful feeling in trade general- Â¬ ly The indications are that times will gradually keep getting better -- m Come Quick Dress CAPES Goods 50 the Cast We havo just received from v A Pew Pieces All Wool 82 inch Dress Goods in new red new blue and green novelty styles that are selling for 150 25c PER YARD And would bo xheap any time and anywhero at 85o THE FAIR THE FAIR To those living system in perfect order and are an absolute cure Tuttfs Liver Pills for sick headache indigestion malaria torpid liver constipa tion and all bilious diseases Won eeotd AllH EleeW Henderson Ky Noy 8 Mpeclal U the News Advices from oyer the dis- Â¬ trict go to show that Alien will be elest ed by 5000 majority A very light vote was pallsd in all eeaaUss exeapt Qbrisr Ula aad Ua4aa Jb tafe eewnif oely oae hall the vets was polled Up to this DeWltts Witch Hazel Salve Cr Wl 8cM Him YOUR aUitf aCRIFTION TO THE NKW KXPIKE THE FAIR Olpvarports Leading Oa Price Houa Beautiful Oil Painting handsomely framed with 11000 puwkaacc Not com palWd to iMy all atoQ time Come and oaru JTV r n a VIEN DOK - ttte FREE tP T nrijmrr t rtpwl M aV T iijS7 v impyyjJwWlr V FOI WORMS 1 i and other bowel com- Â¬ plaints to which chil- Â¬ dren are Tabic there is no mediciric equal to J v AVERS PILLS Mrs A CASEY Pigott Ark Breckenridge fcr News 1898 WEDNESDAY NOV 9 V KV i Local Brevities 4 at Supers Fascinating fascinators at Supers Umbrellas at Sulzera at low pricea Butt r h a drug on the oval market New bat brushes I i 0111b Tonsojr spent Sunday In Owens i k borb - Special ratea to teachers of Irvington College B K r Jolm Vest went to Ilawesville Mon Â¬ day on business Dress Goods made specially or Fall wear at Sulsers Key Father Jlnkln passed up the road on the train Friday Mrs M F Popham and bod Isadore are visiting at Rock Vale Dr Mllner and E T Marlowe of Pate s vllle were in town Saturday r r Harland Morgan of Stephensport is visiting friends at Fordsvillo Mr and Mrs George W Short went to Glendeane Wednesday on a visit The river took qutto a rapid rise last week but It is falling just as rapidly Carlton Dutschke returned from Lou- Â¬ isville to Union Star Monday to vote SuUers Baby looks pretty when it has on one Mrs A B Skillman returned home of those pretty caps bought at Sulzn s from Louisville Saturday ovening after The beautiful belts at Sulzers will having spent a very pleasant week with charm the eye of any one that sees them friends County Judge Ahl of Hardinsburg Orville Skillmans beautiful naptha spent Saturday and Sunday in the city launch the Marguerite has been taken Morey Galloway returned home Mon- Â¬ out o the water and dry docked for the day evening from Tennessee for a short winter Visit Hon Charles Blanford Republican Oysters with celery and other accessor-Â¬ candidate for congress spoke to a fair ies in all styles at all hours at Julius alzed crowd at Mattinglya hall Monday evening Sipples County Surveyor Chintz Royalty who Mr George Christ and sister Miss Lula spent Sunday in Louisville the guest of haa been engaged in surveying at Victoria returned to ids home at Hardinsburg friends Mrs T D Ireland of Skillman was Saturday A distinguished appearance is guaran- Â¬ the guest of Mr and Mrs L McGavock teed the fair sex if its members wear the last week J 1 0 Bruner and wife of Union Star side combs and pompadour combs found were in the city Saturday on a shopping at Sulzers expedition Mrs W H Bowmer is visiting her Its not new butita true that Sulzera daughter Miss Marionat Oxford College She is expected home in is headquarters for the original ladies Oxford Ohio a day or so beauty pins Theres nothing too good for baby Mrs W E Minor and daughter Miss of Addison went to Louis- Â¬ therefore you should invest in a pretty Nellie Burks cap Tbereanoendof em at 25 cents ville Monday eacU Judith Miller Dr Newsom is constructing a new set Mr and Mrs David Van Alstlne and of platform scales in front of ids property family returned home Sunday evenlug on VVall street an extended visit with friends and Miss Susie Braabear of Union Star was from relatives at Louisville guest of Mr and Mrs L McGavock the Dr May Foster who is meeting with last Thursday much success in Owensboro lias two Miss Mary Farber who has been visit Â¬ at the Breckenridge Inn ing her sister Mrs R II Hawkins lias representatives and will be here for one week 1 photographer makes then for twenty five cents and upward according to style and size Mr and Mrs Conrad Simon ot Tobins port havo gone to Arkansas City Ark where they will visit relatives Ed Goodnight and Ernest Babbage spent Sunday at Long Branch the guetta ot Mr and Mrs Abo Ditto Percy Beard of the firm of B F Bard A Co tlaidlnsbuig was at Cincinnati purchanlng Mock this week William- - Downs sold eight head of steers that averaged 140 pounds at prices that ranged from 3 to KJ00 Miss Ellztbeth Skillman who has been visiting at Lonisvlllu the pant week re- Â¬ turned homo Monday night Mrs T B Young of Morganfield is and daughter the guest of her Mr and Mrs Charles Skillman The lady is certainly neglecting her own interests who does not examine the dainty unique hat pins at 8ulzers The olection returns are not half as in Â¬ teresting as the new line of hats and caps for men youths and boys at Sulzera Conductor C W Nettleton of the L II St L railroad is spending a weeks vacation at bis home at Leitcbfield Swell young men find that Sulz is line of neckwear is Btrictly up to date Especially the new line just received no ono Talk about tho frozen mit over said that about the kid and woolen mits for ladles and children at Sulzers Prof Crabbu challenges any school lu tills part of the Btate to show a better torcher in music aud elocution than he has The people who save money are those who clotho their childrens feet in Black Cat hose They wear like leather Sulzers It seems a shame but it is true that Mrs II V Duncan is selling her stock of Millinery at fifty per cent below cost price Everybody who has Been our line of blankets know they will keep a poison as snug as a bug in a rug these cold nights 1 son-in-la- Sunday and were the guests of Mr and Mrs Morris Beard William Wlnchell of Toblnsport Is one of tho finest vegetable ralserB in tho country He produced a large quantity of potatoes this year and also raised a large crop of flue late radishes E A Richardson wlfu mid nwcet little daughter Sarah ot Louisville went to Union War last week to meet Mr and Mrs R 8 Rlrhatdson who were recent Â¬ ly united in nuriiaKO at Midway Ky If our people will consider what is to their interost and what is tor the good of tnelr children they will send them to Prof Crabbe His work Is thorough and lie has a niusc elocution and physical culture teacher that cant bo beat Col Washington Holt of Holts was in the city yesterday swapping fish stor- Â¬ ies with Charley Moorman When last heard of the Colonel was impressing Charles with the fact that Jonah was swallowed by an Ohio river cat fish Knocked galley west is a stroeg ex- Â¬ pression but its the only one that can be used in describing the way prices havo been pulverized by Mies Judith Miller She is selling trimmed sailors at from CO cents to 120 and trimmed walk- Â¬ ing hats froth 50 cents to 1 50 Cloverport ladles are tasteful aud ar Â¬ tistic whon it comes to selecting head dresj That is the reason ffhy Miss Judith Miller has just placed in stock the most beautiful line of ostrich plumes ribbons velvets and satins dainty trim- Â¬ mings and veilkg that has ever before been seen la the city The most beautiful thing that the edit- Â¬ or ot this paper has ever see a in the way of a photograph was a picture of a charming Cloverport girl taken by the new process and printed on tho new Velox paper It is the newest and most up to date thiDg in photography Oval and circle dt signs produce the best results and Kulght the photographer is a king pin at making them A COUPLE OF SQUALLS TEACHERS ASSOCIATION Very Interesting Program is to be Rendered The Drains of Meade and Brecken ridge and Meade Will be There The most Interesting Teachers Asso ciation meeting evor held in this section of the state will tako plnce at Irvington Satnrday Nov 10 at 10 a m Iris 10 be a conference of the pedago Â¬ gues ol Meade and Breckenridge conn ties and as the program indicates tlieie will hi a feait of reason aud a flow of soul The teachers of this section are doll g a grand work and the public to show its appreciation of their effort should gath Â¬ er at Irvington ami by its presence and sympathy show the teachurs that the f rionds of education aro numerous enough and strong enough to aid them elevate the profession of teaching to the highest plane The following are the exercises Â¬ LEAN PEOPLE II tTff with health Cltanlintit got not liavt catarrh any jfwt SULZERS Above All Wo maintain that no brands of Shoea on oarth at tho prices wo quoto reproacnt tho values embodied in tho goods nB thoso wo 1 j this disgusting disease Mrs Is A Johnston 103 Pllham and Ripley Sta Montgomery Ala tells her experience with catarrh of the stomach and how she was cured where we can Â¬ be wholly clean Make system stio efforts to be freo from 1 J atato to yon that I have taken eight bottles of your and two of Man-a-li- n and rojolco to say God bless Dr Hartman and And I earnestly assure yon that it has dono mo more good than any medi- Â¬ cine I have ever taken in my life I prescribe It to every ono I meet who is suffering as the best medicine in tho world and havo made many con- Â¬ verts who are now rejoicing in tho great good which thoy have derived from tho same I can tell you that I am almost entirely relieved of indiges Â¬ tion that great foe which has tortured rnooitAM mo so many years and can now eat Organtation nv Leli anything I desire without it is fruits or Invocation Welcome Ad ft en Irof E C Crabbe something acid Kesponie Irof A C riurlon To understand the scientific action Proper Education For Olrlt of It is best to have Dr Hart Mils Adella Gretnwood mans special book for women or his The Itetatlon of the 1upll In School to Citizenship book on chronio catarrh These books JC Tucktr Modi Miss llnth Willett aro mailed free by tho Essay All cino Company Columbus O Soma Great Teachers and Their Work Po-ru-1 Pe-ru-Pe-ru-Pe-ru-- I will Thero is no similar lino in this Bcction with which to invito comparison but are now handling We Challenge Louisville dealers to surpass our goods or even offer equal for Wo a8k you to investigate tho merits of tho various tho money brands wo have on sale and wo crave only tho opportunity proving our assertion Our Shoes beat of K Harmon Miss Mary Lewis Vocal Solo Reading How Supplemented W A Stith A S Williams Life of Y B Gladstone Miss Maud Drinsley Recitation V L Spaulding The Greatness of the South Ed Goodnight Thoughts by the Way Miss Myrtle Norman Recitation Kugene Gilliland Intellectual Arithmetic Miss Mona Price Curiosity In Children Miss Hilda Mattlngly Review Pages Theory and Practice of Teaching K R liarcb Quicks Educational Reformers Discussion J I Jarboe K C Crabbe K A Ileavan S E Hancock Progress of Our School System Recitation Miss Tennie Hamilton Milton Coke Home Influence Upon the School The Secrets of Our Success at Arms C A Ashcraft Professional and Personal Influence Prof J II Logan Current Events Gladstone Armenian Question A G llurton and Klondike Individuality In Teaching J H Pile Literary Review DS Roberts Jr Miss Florence Cain Reciation S George Hook Penmanship Prof E C Crabbe Higher Education DW Dutch The County Government Miss Myra Hanks Paper How the Teacher May Elevate the Taste of the Miss Ola M Shumate District L n McCubbins Child Study Missionary Work in Education Miss Myrtle Crutcher Miscellaneous Rusiness Adjournment druggists sell Pe-ru-- Ask any druggist for a freo Almanac for the year 1800 Fe-iu-- The World In wearing qualities in stylo in material and in price i 1 i 1 i WILL CEASE OPERATIONS Breckenridge CanncI Coal Com- Â¬ pany Preparing to Wind Up JL bimpson But These Two Babbages Call Them Angels The Babbages are patriots They did well for their country last week V G Babbago one of the editors and propriet- Â¬ ors of this paper is the father of a beauti- Â¬ ful little girl It arrived at his home in Hardinsburg last week That he is as proud as a peacock goes without saying Although this is the ninth time that the stork ha j visited his roof tree he acts just as if it was the first the only differ- Â¬ ence being that ho is inclined to get a larger hustle on himself Charles Babbage the brother of the proprietors of this paper who lives in Louisville and represents the American Grocery Company Is the daddy of a nine pound boy He came last Sunday night Charles tries tn look dignified but when he thinks of the little one at borne he comes off the perch and chuck- Â¬ les so that he can be heard from Pincbeco Breckenridge county Kentucky to Tob- Â¬ lnsport Perry county Indiaua Charles looks as though ho is standing the strain all right Heres the congratulations of the Naws aud a host of friends to you two Babbages May you live long enough to see your children abjure politics and shine as bright lights in the business re- Â¬ ligious and social world Progressive Farmers Two of the most sensible and progress- Â¬ SULZERS SkWiwvto 3SJBgSSB-3gB--gS-- nines Will Be Closed and Railroad Tarffic Suspended i- - returned Mrs iomet t R t Elmore spent several day last week in Cannelton the guest of Mrs S Batt and family DrTWnCM liner attddaugbter Misa MattieTof Stephensport- - wereviaitors at Pattfsville Friday Mr John Jaiber card e hbme Saturday and spent Sunday with hisparepUyMr and Mrs TJ1 Farber Teachers if you want to prepare for exa alnatlon be sure to go to Prof Cra ibe at lrvlngtonL C rn is peljf pu jtoefoEWLflrket at twe ity flye cent ptejohelyneat is bringing fjfty eightcentij Courtney Duncan who has been under treatment at the Inlfrmary at Louisville will return home todav Talkfikbcittt you ought to have art artlttfo cabinet photo taken of yourself by jcnight while his prices are low 4 Thejatest fad iejjo ijajq he pjfitura of yourself reproduced on a button to give to your friends tn weaSKnghf the J t it I mW The front of the Breckenridge bank building is receiving a coat of paint and when it is completed it will be one of the handsomest inthe city TUo ueiow oos8Rie lnaugnraieu uy Irs H V Duncair baa caused many ladies to go to her Btore for bargains in Millinery All were satisfied Miss Buttle Bowmer who has been visiting at Ilawesville during the past wo weeks where she was the guest of isa Lncile 8terrett haa returned home I Teachers otour county ask the county Superintendent where is the best school to attend He is one of Prof Orabbes pupils and knows what kind of work he does Mr and Mrs A Gilbert of Toblnsport Iqd were in the city last week shop Â¬ ping Mr Gilbert reports things in that section flourishing and farmers in good ipiriU Miss Nannie Board returned from Louisville Monday to her home at Garfield She was accompanied by Mrs A L Roid daughter Anniu who will be her Â¬ ive farmers in Breckenridge county are of Irving ton They have determined to put their corn iu meat and they went to Louisville Monday where they invested in stock cattle which they will feed during the coming winter We predict that they will realize a nice sum from their venture because they are practical farm era aud know what they are doing John Nevltt and John Akers Â¬ Wheeler Stiff Miss Llllie D Wheeler and of near Union Star were united in Holy bonds of Matrimoniy Thursday evening Nov 3rd 189S at 030 oclock at the home of the bride Rev Galloway offic- Â¬ iating in the presence ot a few friends J O Stiff and relatives The bride looked her prettiest in a drees of blue the groom looked handsome in the usual black May their life be one of sunshine and happiness Day of flournlnj Sunday was truly a day ot mourning at There were four funerals Ilawesville there that day the deaths having occured in and about the town Almost every resident of the town attended one or ruorrt of the ceremonies during the day hwk-v-v-v-- GRAND FARM --1 ueate 1 Y Did you know that yod could gjt the best eHastrectWB nad wor in all the Jryjugton at what jt - oulxooiuilot9Bcol hool tl ID elicate ot ouartere m acres within three Every inch nell of Owenerioro Ky It ttaatrfoei aa airMia 01 a of kliitfftjnMmty tii tMt is roltiniM levi M Ma swiMltNuis r dMllit water well spring and eUtern It lava on the beat M of Cod Liver Oil with Hyh Tr has most re- t tU room ttw nk farm taitfeiMe ia nourishing power markable Mm wMiatrlwwwwefcanUi ieftwent 1 Ttorivea color to the blood It kirn one of wulehls a good frame of brings strength to the mus cles it auu power to me wwa to Wiwh Mm We will ssll Mlc t an u- - Lli nerve It means robust H11 W I JCarnM aait health and vigor Even deli- thHJfMtyiH--IiawlsaaVh cat infants rapidly gain in Ui Mlm 8mmi for or Hat of farms for sal nesn 11 gtvvp rau muuiit MUt fcWkUfaiiMto4 MrMy three or four timeseach day B4MU H H PlfrHUi u 41 t - Uftfw Y atugTainM Skillman Janaa Vifim d imrv a afiswua UtafrU MoorwM want to ItMUMl4iit ifaMtataiii4Mtfii wnnammvi KfiKTUCKY Build- - For rent at 1 per month a large nine 00m bailding centrally located suitable or a boarding house Apply to Alex Joyd Cloverport or F L Boyd Ojiens boro Ky Remember Mies Partridge is from the ftew EnglaniJ Conservatory of MuBloaod the BontoH School of Oratory If you tjjeJjestnBtuctJou jn these lines Eant Irvfugton The Willett brothers discoursed sweet music in their serenades about town Thev are musical Mnmlav uveninv r Ti v g tiuises auu tutir pMiofrsaaces are KreayyAuiui A into Daly ia thlug p beauty and a oy fprevef If you have a httle cherub at yoiit lijw MT l pwara wk while It is ml eU Knlht bwrtaaJIM taking baby lffrUfi to Ileoder tit8 Carrie GraiiM soh Sunday to k tnegttMt of Miaa Ada Kf 0 Sr v C They do not complain of anything in particular They cat enough but keep thin and fairly well Eale Tliey appear have no strength You cannot say they are really sick and so you call them delicate What can be done for them Our answer is the same that the best physicians have been giving for a quarter of a cen- Â¬ tury Give them Children SCIflS EHflSlH I I I 4hailtttrt wt SSttraaHn wiaoAJEr wtxvfut i 1 li AiUXtUWf rt Jr The Breckenridge Cannel Coal Com- Â¬ pany after an existence of fifty years has decided to cease as a factor industrial life in this and Hancock counties The company owns and controls three thousand night hundred acres of valuable land in this and Hancock county which it 1b having surveyed into small tracts to sell to farmers Only the surface Is be Â¬ ing disposed of the mineral rights being reserved Tne cunnel coal deposits are about ex-Â¬ All who are in sympathy with the cause of education come out to Irving Â¬ hausted The formation in which they ton and spend a pleasant day In a need Â¬ are found are regarded by geologists as being quite phenomenal inasmuch as ed cause they aro freakish The coal ib the finest W D AsnciUr r Supt quality in the world and before the days Andrew Dbibkkix Supt of petroleum was used for the production There is more Catarrh in this section of illuminating oil a large plant bavin of the country than all other diseases been located at Cloverport for that pur put together and until the last few pose years was supposed to be incurable The company has spent fully 2000000 For a great many years doctors pro- Â¬ in developing the raunel coal fields of nounced it a local disease and prescribed this section and while it has had large local remedies and by constantly fall Â¬ returns oningto the reckless manage ing to cure with local treatment pro- Â¬ ment of the concert in the past the in- Â¬ Science has vestment has never been profitable nounced it incurable proven catarrh to be a constitutional In late years a profitable market has disease and therefore requires constitu- Â¬ been found iu every city in this country tional treatmont Halls Catarrli Cure and Europo where Ittrg gia plants were Co located Tho coal was used as an enrich manufactured by F J Cheney Toledo Ohio is tho only constitutional er for g3 and conitiinnded a splendid euro on tho market It is taken inter- Â¬ price nally in doses from 10 drops to a tea The closing of the mines will occur on spoonful It acta directly on the blood November 30 th and this will practically and mucous surfaces of tho system They depopulate the little mining town of offer ono hnndrod dollars for each case Victoria in Hancock county Tho railroad known locally as the it falls to cure Send for circulars and Short Line or the Coal ltoad will be testimonials Address Co Toledo 0 closed down for the winter on January F J OHENEY -first Sold bv Dugglsts 75c When the full biBtory of the Biecken SERIOUS ACCIDENT ridge Cannul Coal Company will have been written it will read like a romance Aged Man Hurt In a Runaway Near and certainly will not be to the credit of those Englishmen wboa quarter of a cen- Â¬ West View tury ago while presumably representing Yesterday afternoon the team being the interests of the company in driven by Henry Mattingly became America used its finances to gratify frightened near West View and ran away I tastes and passions that would make the The vehicle to which the horses were at- Â¬ Sultan of Turkey blush with envy tached was overturned and Mr Matting Colored Teachers Association ly was thrown out He was so badly in- Â¬ The joint association of Breckenridge jured that tho doctor and priest were at and Hancock counties convened in Clov- Â¬ once summoned Mr Mattingly is one of the beat citi- Â¬ erport Nov 5th Thirteen teachers and zens of the West View neighborhood the county superintendent were present fur lie Is seventy years of sgi and his Miss L O Mitcheus from Meade Miss nished the association with music friends fear for his recovery Nannie Bell of Canueltou took part in Delightful Cruise All the teachers were the association Last Wednesday was an ideal Indian enthusiastic In the work The county summer day and the young folks of this superintendent was pointed and pithy In city enjoyed It immensely by taking an bis remarks The next association will excursion on Commodore Skillmans convene In Hardinsburg the 3rd of Dec beautiful naptha launch the Maignerlte Wm Poyntkb Vice president The party consisted of the Misses How She Walked Evelyn Minnie and Alllenne Murray and Messrs Mias Jeanette Warfletd I was a constant sufferer from rheu Â¬ Orville and James Skillman Charles matism At ono time I could walk only Moorman and Walter Smart The party with n crutch I read about Hoods Sr proceeded up the river as far as Tates sapatllla and began taking It and after landing opposite Holts where they dis Â¬ the use of two bottles I was relieved I embarked and partook of a delightful have never been troubled with rheuma lunch after which they journeyed to tsra since Hoods Sarsaparilla is the Addison and spent the afternoon at the best nit dlclne I ever took hospitable home of Misa Nellie Burks Miss Run Ikqiuu Drake Ky The run homo was accomplished In fifty minutes Hoods Pius are the only pills to take with Hoods SatMparilla 25c Man tod at Hardlnburg The marriage of James Beavin to Miss DMOrDlpthwIa Clara Elder was celebrated at St Mrs William Dawson who Uvea just RoHiualds Oatbollo church at Hardina county oa burg last night Both patttos are well acrots the lines in Hancock the Pdteeville road died Sunday events kaowH yosBg people and and are highly deceased was twenty popular Their tegton ot friends join ot diptheria The three years of ngo and leaves three chil- Â¬ with the Naws h extending congratula Â¬ dren tions Always Right IN STYLE QUALITY AND PRICE ARE THE GOODS BOUGHT AT HESTON WILLIS Just now you will find a magnificent selection of Hot Things for Cold Weather Ladies Wraps Cloaks Capes Heavy Dress Goods Underwear for the season Blankets Comforts and everything to rob thowinter of its chill at Bed Rock Prices CHACC C ffT Oll7JUO vJvFvfJL aro alwayB right if you go to A Nobby Lino embracing ovory stylo demanded by tho trado You i HestonWillis Company FESTIVE EVENT A Delightful Reception Accorded Bride and Qroom A WANTS FOR SAL The home of Mr and Mre D 8 Rich Â¬ ardson at Union Star waB the acene of quite a Joyful event on Thursday even Â¬ ing Nov 3rd from 6 to 11 oclock the occasion being a reception and dinner in honor ot their eon and his bride Mr and Mrs R O Richardson nee Enola Moore Wilson who arrived on the East bound train from Louisville About 40 guests werepreaent to do Jus Â¬ tice to the moat elaborate dinner ever aarved in the town or community The menu consisted ol eix distinct courses Berved very systematically The ices were very dainty and exceedingly delicious heii g the work of one of Louis- Â¬ villes popular confectioners The decor Â¬ ations of the dining hall were beautiful aud rare holly being need proltuely with vine mirrow and portlerle while jardln eres filled v h ferae and chry aastheiu nn enhanced the beauty of the room aud table The happy bride was attired in a lovely creation of white satis illnelon of pearls entrain and wan the eeater of attraction for all eyes Among the guest from a distance were Mr and Mm 1ercy Beard and daughter and Miss Bale Beard Mr Hd Mre E A Rlehwdsou and daughter Mies Myra L Haahe and Mr Jno Lyddan A TURKErS Turkeys Urge fine fSuirinteed pure lOOTK Irvlnirton Ky Tuikeys FOR SALE Fifty Illoded Bronte year old by Urighsm Yourg on weighing pounds MUS ItOSA DITTO Uran MIIS FOIl SAtK thoroughbred Hotly Ilroni aN deaburaj Ky FOR SAtE MUUS Holt Ky OX handi J70R SALK Pair ol work mults MOHGAN KONTAINK FOR SALE WAGON IJORSALE good as new Stephensport Cash orTrade extra strong-- two running gear brake almost as A real bargain C C LEWIS BOOX KEEPINQ SOU WAUTZ SCHOOL Louisville Ky TJOOK KEEPING taught FUKK by malltar 11 two txrsoat in eacn local tr He auICK 45a Equitable llulfding mrr WANTED RAGS Cotton rags while or colored VTrANTEt YY nust be clean URKCKENRIDOE NEWS OKPICK AttatlttUtraters Netke 1 All persona hating cUtuu against Ihe estate of Dudley llaetbleton deceased are hereby notified to srcient thesi properly proven for settlement on or before the 1st day 01 March itgo Also all persons knowing themselves Indebted 0 his estate vi el come forward end settle on or before said date JAMES HAMHLETON Administrator pioveroprt Ky Oct si iyS i AtoUUtratire Httt All persons bavins claims against the estate of art hereby notified to pre- P8 Wirier sent tevem prefeely jeroveo for settleauat on or heesre the let day of March ite Also all persona kuowtag ttomeetvM Indebted to hi estate will eoat swad wsd eetUe oa or before Hid date GKO HCNTLVAitUtror Maew4lle Kyi 0ct j iSyl Flse AsIsmJ - f t wrfpmwi Mtfm William Brawp and Michael Tiwsey have received x One registered short horn bull frona fclhelhy county The aalsal U eighteen math old and that It rnaaa frow a wnlftoeat beef Modttc- La se AhtMMM lag etraln l evkleMed by the faet that BrcekeeuhltM The Qnn new weigh 1000 ponnde These wbo N4IM be Afd Ckkwi Dying t net pW their town want to Iapove their ebeek shMkl avail eoenpany sttlpped 400 tosta ei Us ite eo Tboae who have Kohfrt Haedrfek one ot tbeWeat elt- efHwtnnky a the to the froyidsesee Om Ogynjr at Fio and tbeweelyta M ngUWofUod W dying ax will yUwo eall and de m at Umh of eeat peMliy that la lpa animal la Ms4y Jir serriea iat the fefm W Monae k I tbJa woak pfcfch om o ot iarwlttoj dw to W H W Mve the eix per J UMbufeet stne iftsjsysjti that be Ulebel old mm k a Hwt iUUly peqed e al who have sot iM by P Ighty aix beewMMsde ht M6fMtyojSeV ohaTjpwiiiinaibU aeo W Short OelUetor dced H i ea i Qhh oe lb mW lt IHftMtll - e ailoM were pretty Mrs D W Lewis nv uignmvv nuu uj mo way mo uracil is a handsome new one NOV- - 0 1808 WKDtfEBUAY It ia amusing to hear so many sons bio Well he or she doesnt pooBlo say expect to teach so it is bo He to contin Â¬ BRANDENBURG ue school Mental discipline is needed surely to train the mind to think to i xil Xituci irtr KJ Hi iHlflD aiUK unu picasemb LIUtll I reason to perceive and grasp facts I nartv tdtl front School duties strengthen the mind for all The town was brimful ol visitors last responsibilities by mental training and Saturday and Sunday discipline A good school gives young Misses Lll and Frorile Clarkeon were poople the1 power to focus tho mind The business Ind literary world want trained guests ot Mrs II 0 Woodson Mr Tom Board gave a talk on music Biins the school room does it Mrs June McGoheo expects to spend in our Sunday school at the convention the ensuing winter in the South herown Little Dorothy Dowdens picture in Mrs Sundays Courier was sweet and cute as hor native land with her sister McGeheo came to Kentucky to enter could be that renowned seminary Science Hill Roy Wimp and Herbert Beard were before the Wir as bo many Southern guesUof Misses Mary and Bees Lewis girls did in ante bellum days and liko Sunday many of them too she save her heart to I hear only one objection to the ser-Â¬ a Kentucky gentleman and this has been vices that have been held lately too her adopted State for many years but long too long she anticipates much pleasure in this Irwin Fawcett and Hugh Brigbam of visit to hallowed associations of her youth New Albany joined the iiouse party at and girlhood Miss Maydee Poseys Dress particularly for each other girls The young ladles will organize a euchre not for your best beau It Is a woman club and will entertain for the younu that admires or criticises carefully and gentlemen occasionally notes details A man thinks of you as Misses lone Dowden and Ada Brown well dressed a woman discusses the A man is never analytical aro our fall milliners Their productions mlnutae are exquisite this season The pretty when it comes to a real attractive girl head gear last Sunday An attractive girl is hard to define She may not be beautiful or extremely Misses Bettie Clarkson and Zelma Â¬ Strother were goesta of Mrs G H Cas stylish or very Intellectual but attracIs perke Saturday and Sunday while at Â¬ tiveness worth all of them combined tending the Sunday School convention and she come in for the lions share of admiration everv time News reaches us that Miss Lizzie Raw The handsome and popular cashier of lings of Kansas City is very much Im- Â¬ proved We are unanimous in hoping the Farmers Deposit Bank Mr Allen Armstrong will take unto himself a bon she may entirely recover Mrs Fulton a most worthy excellent nle bride to day Wednesday at Rock Christian woman died last Saturday port Iud Misa Hattie Richardson G 11 Casperke will accompany him A She lived near town and had the respect neighbors and this trip to Louisville then hero at the St and esteem of her Cloud at home to friends Mr Arm- Â¬ community strong has made a host of friends here Mrs Taylor Ilaynes has moved into aud Is an elegant gentleman His In Â¬ the house next door to Mrs Fanuie tended Is Bald to be a beautiful and ac Ditto where I lived We are glad Mrs complished voung lady We extend Haynes Is back with her old friends and them many congratulations associates A sad death occurred in the suburbs We have all thought that the hardest on Saturday old Mrs Milburn She and fight this fall Iwould be in the Empire her old husband lived alone They had State but judging from my sons account nothing except what the neighbors fur- Â¬ Chicago is having a severe conflict with nished He said Susan if the Lord prospects of a more belligerent one should call you to night would you be Mr A 0 Burtons paper was pro- Â¬ ready All alone in poverty and distress nounced grand by the convention audi- Â¬ she answered I expect I am as ready ence Come and take a course in elocu- Â¬ as Ill ever be Oh I dont know when tion with him he cannot be excelled in I ever had anything to touch me so I teaching oratory and literature wonder how often I wonder why those Joe A McGebee and Will W McGe of us who have pleasant homes kind heeareoutin nice circulars renewing friends and affectionate families can murmur Are wb as ready as well ever acquaintance for the New Mammoth Joe and Will are fine be of Louisville young business men from this place No good life was ever lived but there they number scores of friends who will was some one believed in it and those give them their patronage few people make life possible Without I for one want the orange and blue to them what would we do Just to think wave triumphantly over Vanderbllts how glad we are to be with soma indi- Â¬ gold and black in Louisville on the 12th viduals and how glad we are to get away I am proud of Vanderi lit but from the from others How pleasant it is to have University of Virginia many near and only kind happy thoughts of our associ- Â¬ dear to me have gone forth and theres ates who never tell us disagreeable a dear Alexander boy there now But I things and who are not forever faultfind- Â¬ ing and snarling at this one and that one hate foot ball any way you fix it Let such people alone Is the only safeMary Taylor entertained at pro- Â¬ Miss Misses guard and cultivate the society of those gressive euchre last Tuesday who live up to hfgh ideals if you would Pusey and her guests Mary Maydee be happy yourself YanCleave Kate and Irma Gordon Lil- Â¬ Oh yes the Thanksgiving story for the lian aud Virginia Rhodes Agnaa Malln Pearl Wimp and Bess Iewis were the Nkws I hope a Meade county man guests Miss Eula Jones kept the tally woman or child will getfirst prize second and Miss Virginia Rhodes won the prize anyhow Will I make the attempt Well hardly I haye not once entertained a beautiful handkerchief the slightest idea in all of my life of get- Â¬ Indiana will go Democratic knowing ting up anything ever bordering on a ones say without a doubt Over confi- Â¬ romance a story My writing is all par- Â¬ dence has kept the party from winning agraphing impromptu on the spur o before and may do so again No political the moment when a thought or subject battle is won until the vote is counted is uppermost in my mind suggested by take leBS Interest in politics than ever I someone or something I never revise in my life When we had two distinct or correct I dash down and off my man- Â¬ parties I knew why I was thus and so good uscript bad or indifferent Theres too much in mixture now Did I not indite my communications thus Messrs Ed Goodnight and E 0 they would neyer be written with all my Babbage of the News and J T Ditto manifold duties young three handsome represenative I have received from the Roycroft men of this progressive age were here charming girls Shop East Aurora N Y a most pecul- Â¬ Sunday calling on those iar book for inspection and criticism It at the Pusey Lewis homes I bad a is styled The Rubalyat of Omar Khay- Â¬ door call from them at the front My Just writing the title makes yam howdy good bye but they are ail they me lose my breath and when it comes types after my own heart because to a pronunciation and its meaning Im never forget or neglect old ladles een amoat give out The copy is beaut An opossum and coon hunt Is the lully bound In green velvet and saffron next most progressive item on docket to satin John Gays address before the be indulged in by lassies as well as lads Khayyam Club is a feature and the chaperoned by Mr and Mrs J M Rich- Â¬ very sweet unique verses but they are ardson Will I go Well hardly I am like John B Tabbs production and that and not enough of little classic most too young Aucassln and Nicolete an Englishman to think there is great One must be book music art and dra- Â¬ sport in killing I am afraid my pres- matic sage to reach the pearl at the bot- Â¬ ence would be as futile as trying to sup- Â¬ tom ply a square meal to reconcentradoa Three long lusty cheers for Richard I noticed a question in Sundays Cour- Â¬ W Knott of the Evening Post and ier if it Is proper for a young lady to ask three times three for that double column a gentleman with whom she has been editorial on Louisville affairs I Mr Knott keeping company for a friendship Is not afraid to fight a vicious monopoly How times and customs hence his indictment bracelet We want some change In my day a young Jady accept Â¬ more editors ot papers as fearless as Mr ed nothing from an escort but a book or Knott The official conduct ot officers music If she were engaged a ring end and men serving the public should be ed the presence till the bridal gift came open to investigation Let newspapers No young lady should ever place herself be bold enough to speak out and give under an obligation to any man until juat criticisms The Uhixmnbidok Nkws she shares his name is speaking for the interest of its county I have been confined to my bed roost rock asphalt A large deposit in unde- Â¬ veloped fields gives an interest direct of the week with severe cold but I feel amply repaid for all these and personal and the product is superior Mayor Weaver neuralgic pains by the kindness and at- Â¬ to pitch lake asphalt tention of dear friends and neighbors so wont let the scales fall from his eyes many good meals Mrs Pusey sent me to see it when a bid ia to be made And a dinner Sunday a chef at the Qalt the Kentucky product is cheaper by some House would have felt honored to sorve fen or twelve dollars This is destroying It is so nice to have every body come the value of property in Breckenridge bring flowers books to cheer Yea Im county which is really Louisville terri Â¬ To be rich tory That editorial in our Bkxckjcm not sorry Ive been ailing judok Niws was just tho thing and par- Â¬ in friends is grand ticularly interesting at this time The District Sunday school Coaventloa Baptist We are anxious for the Irviogton cor-Â¬ assembled last Sunday at the church as advertised and proved a most respondent to tell us something about iatereeting instructive oeewlen The the college How it opened the musical The biihImI BBttbeta I was iafoaaed IbmUs art and oratories department positioa kept aieaway jree all delight teacher la muelo certainly has a fiae recommendation hailing from the New fully Mfedered Veeal s1o by Ml Daisy Melailie two tjaatiete daU by Eaglaad Conservatory thsa which none Mits Luk fMHTMlMi BlaW Papers U Uaer I haye eoreeposded with sev Â¬ by Mr BarfcM Mk Eva CrrlM J T eral of my young friend while taking a WHior RMtarka by ohms there aad they were a Halt for its Jmm Md A Deaef Uwohaeaa aad aeeoeapliehaieata Mr To aad Mr Josea Bry Breckekridc News BJ5 tii ti However I had friends at the conserva Â¬ tory at Ohlckfr ad Cincinnati who were equally as delghled It is tho pupil a teacher from Berlin or Leipslc cannot bring something out otnothiug My class in harmony is doing ulcev hut In my lectures I strivo to impress each one that talking about big B or big 0 small 0 Ouce marked 0 twice marked 0 la mere babble If it is not all properly applied to the and performance of a composi- Â¬ tion Intelligently A pupil that cannot play even a simple piece with expression and docs not make hor music a language to be understood falls in the first tudl ments To no player Bhoulila know lodge ot this sclenco remain unknown but when 1 am asked about extempor- Â¬ aneous pluylng I am amused To ex- Â¬ temporize requires a great amount of natural talent still one can extemporize according to fixed rules and certain prin- Â¬ ciples but not expecting to vie with Mendelsshon Beethoven or Hummel hardly How many pupils can ever play all the scales and explain them correctly not to speak of the chords ot transition The happiest which connects them and most fertile mental talent avails nothing with stiff fingers incapable of obeying its dictates A perfect command ol all the scales is absolutely necessary and a master of every mechanical diff- Â¬ iculty la requisite ai well as an acquain- Â¬ tance with the compositions of others be- Â¬ fore one can attain even moderate ex- Â¬ temporaneous playing I endorse in part tho remarks made last week by the Paynesville correspond- Â¬ ent to the Meade Messenger on Dwarf the con- Â¬ ing Our Intellectual Course ferring of degrees resulting in squash teachers doctors lawyers etc etc The Courier Journal had a fine editorial a short time since as regards little mush room institutions bestowing honors and degrees Admiral Dewey has been so by one But laying aside ar- Â¬ honored guments wo must admit that tue confer- Â¬ ring of diplomas by our County Superin Â¬ tendents and by the teachers has done much towards stmiulnting ambitious pu- Â¬ pils and qualifying them for better posi- Â¬ tions The examinations are far more rigid and squash teachers topple eventu Â¬ ally I do not bellovo at this age an un qualified teacher can hold any but a subordinate position The requirements are too plain Theres sham in all proBy their fessions but it cannot lost We can fruits ye shall know them While make no sweeping assertions many are superficial as many are genuine As a rule 1 think teachers are the most conscientious class of workers in our land and are more anxious for the advancement of everything that por- Â¬ tends for good They do more work and are poorer paid except perhaps some ministers correct-understandinÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ betlevo It The world la surely growing better but it would be difficult to ey whether the cause is to be found In deeper religious tendencies or simply In differ the fact that gentlemen Bomowhat from the old school gentle man who thought it no dirgrace to be intoxicated or to looeo his temper bawl A gentleman at around and cuss this day and age even in tho south must be something more than a man of good family and position Money ia not a requisite lack of education can be over- Â¬ come but the essentials are gentlemanli net kindly consideration for other and an unbounded respect for ones self It may be that tho change of sentiment Is due to au increase of aesthetlclsm but let ue hopo that it is due to greater spirituality and that Gods kingdom makes uaste now-a-da- fwae ax2lr VVvvV SHERIFFS SALE FOR TAXES -- fttfV 1808 Notice is hereby fdven that on MONDAY THE 21st DAY OP NOVEMBER i I jL I i riiSr I o vl y I i ll being the first day of a regular term of a County Court for Breckenrldgo Connty Kmtucky the undersigned is Ex Sheriff of Brcckenrldge CouHty Kentucky will expose to Public Sale at the Court House door in Ilardineburg Kentucky the following described real estate situated lying and being in BreckenrMge County Kentucky as tho property of the following named peraonB or so much thereof ae will satisfy the tax and cost against said parties as shown by amount hereafter stated Bald sale will bo for cash in haad Sf L Mag Dls 3 3 3 Name Description of Property Tax Coat Total 3 3 3 3 entertained the Fortnightly Club on the afternoon ot Nov 5th Owing to the threatening Mrs George Lyddan 3 4 Sign of Croup Hoarseness in a child that is subject A Sure to croup is a sure indication of the approach of the disease If Chamberlains Cough Remedy Is given as soon as the child be- Â¬ come hoarse or even after the croupy cough has appeared it will prevent the attack Many mothers who have croupy children always keep tills remedy at hand and find that is saves them much trouble and worry It can always be de- Â¬ pended upon and is pleasant to take For sale by A B Fisher Cloverport R A Shellman Stephonsport IRVINGTON Miss Lena Simmons Is quite sick with tousilltls H Shelman of Union Star was here several days last week Mrs Gardner of Union Star is visit Â¬ ing her son Will Gardner A B Coleman sold his property in Vine Grove last Wednesday Miss Charlotte Herndon spent the past week with Miss Anna Tyler Sandy Hendry of Flaherty spent Sun Â¬ day here with relatives and friends ot Missouri Miss Nellie Herndon will spend several days with Mrs Joe Wimp this week Harry Major of Louisville came down Saturday to accompany his family home Mrs Major and little ones have been with her patents Mr and Mrs Bate Washington the past three weeks Frank Carter and sister Mies Maggie gave a delightful hay ride to a few of their friends last TuesJay afternoon The jolly party returned laden with wild grapes persimmons beautiful autumn leaves and an immense hoot elements and a deluge of rain and hall Which followed at the hour of meeting but few responded to roll call and all present were prompt with spicy current events which has grown to be such an attractive feature of these meetings Miss Julia Greenwoods clear portrayal of Quo Vadls and Bketch of another called forth much spirited and intellec- Â¬ tual discussion ot that renowned work Mrs Piggntt also entertained the circle with a sketch of S Weir Mitchell and review of his works a selection much enjoyed And last was the sumptuous lunch served which showed Mrs Lyd dans culinary ability not the least of Next meeting her accomplishments will be the colli ge Nov 12th all pro- Â¬ gram members who were not present at last meeting are expected a rendition of subjects assigned Roll call responded to with Spanish French current eyentst Was Bismark an aud a discussion example of success by reason ot his mighty will power or was he great as a All circle members are expected man to take part in this discussion so come armed and equipped A brilliant correspondent of a certain dally paper says that women are not clubabie He says There aro but two kinds ot a club from a womans view point one is when men drink and gam ble and neglect their families the other is when they read papers The new woman never feels that she is truly emancipated until she belongs to a club and reads a paper or leads in the He concludes with the discussions time honored suggestion put rather more mildly than of jore and in the form of an interrlgotion rather than a statement Do you know how many men have been driven to beer and tobacco by All club women are rfot Mrs papers Jullybys If they were the tobacco and liquor habits might be directly ascribed No more are all to clubs and papers men Mr Jellybys in this we rejoice Wh are prepared to to admit that women are somewhat given to programs in which papers figure largely but our experience with womens clubs estab- Â¬ lishes the belief that the least unexpect- Â¬ ed duty or interest of home keeping usually results in total failure on the part of most papers to materialize though in many cases the member brings inter Â¬ esting information on the subject assign Â¬ ed her This Isnt intended as a defense of club women but after the maunerof an advertisement we now come to the point of suggtBting that the Irvington fortnightly be not wedded to her pro- Â¬ grams but have more of those meetings where each oue says what he or she happens to think after the manner ot Cock Robins guests at his marriage feast Constipation means tho accumulation of waste matter thatshould be discharged daily and unless this is done the foul matter is absorbed and poisons the sys system Use HERB1NE to bring about regularity of the bowels Price 60 cts A It Fisher Nico lino Clothing 289 to to 350 750 1250 4 4 4 4 4 4 Andrew J Canary Jas M Coopers heirs Cynthia Dowell Mrs Francis Hlckerson Charles II Jasoer Charles T Merrltt Thomas S Walls 8rs heirs Mrs Bettie E Dnboise Jennie Browu col Susan MOurry Susan B Payne 4 4 Fine Tailor Mado 4 4 400 8 Extra fino Tailor Mado fancy silk and satin linings 4 4 4 4 to 49c- - to 1000 to 10 Extra nice Jackets in Astricans Beaver cloth strictly tailor made 500 250 Strictly Tailor Made Broad Cloth and Cheviot Jackets to 500 Co jciy k Mi I cruuuuuuuig wm9yw j patiently waiting for November 15 The birds are unusually plentiful but a knowledge of the law keeps Glendeaners from yielding to the temptation of kill ing them E J Seaton a lover of hunting And an owner of fine hounds has the best running dogs to be found at least he is willing to match them against any good runners any fellow will bring By Mack Peytons accepting a position in the store at Falls of Rough Utopia loses one of her best young men All regret his leaving but he promises to drop in whenever occasion permits A typographical error last week made May Dempster and Harry Moormans report stand too low Ao they led the school it 1b particularly due them that the corrections be made Each averaged 098 Julian Brown is contemplating the purchase of two town lots of Mr Jimmy Durham If he doesnt soil them Mr Durham thinks of building a restaurant and barber shop on one of them A no-Â¬ tour ant would doubtless do well JJmmy Maxwell was here Saturday Ho tells us that he is at Â¬ from Olatou tending school and will as rapidly as possible work toward his chosen profes- Â¬ sion the law A brigit future beckons Jimmy and we watch him with interest and all good wishes Before the publication of these items another Congressional election will have passed Here it is the auietest election Only once has eve ever known the writer heard the election discussed Sunday afternoon was heard the stranga talk of two unwavering Democrats trying to convince a staunch Republican that Mr Stanford will be elected The Republican stoutly maintained tbat Mr Smith would be tho man Miss Nanny Green has an exception- Â¬ ally fine school at the Ridge school Her enrollment of sixty six house reaches far toward the census report of her district Lamentable is the fact that Kentucky schools cant gather ia all the children Miss Green like raaay other Breckenridge teachers thinks that ranch of the healthful condition of our schools Is due to Superintendent Driskells tire Â¬ 820 209l02V 50 acres at 300 200 6 00 193 7 63 40 40 400 745 2 04 U4J 15 GO 1000 200 263 1813 60 10 10 2 20 UJIO 360 70 11 00 2 36 13 26 200 2 80 1 70 4 60 400 50 8 05 2 OS 1013 100 500 3 town lots Stepheneoort 350 10 30 21 12t41 130 acres at 600 7 05 07 10 02 76 250 176 70 3 45 DOS- 60 200 19 12 14 HonryPriest 42 200 William F Ryan 60 2 70 110 100- 60 2 60 David MRose 74 424 7 10 2 02 912 250 50 JobnG Ross 30O 89 i 80 James D Robarda HOti 100 7 85 James T Sublett 300 9 91 140 1120 Lem English heirs 22 74 19 05 90 7 53 Calvin Harris 500 6 CO 77 James it Knott 230 0 30i 8 27 102 Raphel Knott Jr 60 3 65 5 35 Guss Watts col 25 75 0 35 8 33 Richard Lavon col 25 0 35 8 33 76 Elijah Mucker col 60 180 8 80 2 12 10 92 100 2 45 60 Daid AlgiOd 419 JohnBowan 33 3 40 200 170 RichardBrown 100 4 19 70 2 45 100 400 ZackT Board 10 10 1230 0 16 Wj ley P Board 8 11 75 176 1 CO Charles Dobblesteine 75 3 29 100 128 Thomas Ganaway 160 5 10 700 150 Mrs M M Gregory 2 40 I 74 4 14 600 Green Gilpin 59 100 3 29 100 80 G P Hudson 125 329 160 0 10 117 MattKaseo 600 4 25 100 Montruvllle Lampton 400 3 71 2 00 60 8 27 JobnHLyon 200 0 30 30 0 21 100 William N Lyon 4 35 Sylvester Mercer 7 74 Hot Conetautine 176 6 80 200 scree at 400 Charles L Pate 5 15 705 260 700 Janit B A Quigglns 9 00 7 65 125 200 Mrs Nancy Alexander col 4 67 044 60 Maria Duncan col 52 75 39 Wm OBradley 77 200 3 00 100 160 Marion Dunn 09 30 120 200 Martha Alexander 40 03 1 lot Conetautine 260 01 07 Elizabeth Pruit 113 acres at 1600 John T Uramlette 46 52 N I Mercer 60 80- - 0 30 75 50 II O Hasklnsou 200 40 68 3 03 COO 200 Isaac Trabue 6 83 00 60 300 Ancil Carmans heirs 40 3 08 100 Elizabeth Carman 68 75 239 84 200 E P Haynes 4 77 300 1 40 80 200 Julius Legnskey 3 03 700 90 John Moorman 0 48 846 A Davidson Kitty 3B80 460 61 02 50 63 Morris R 130 600 780 585 118 James Overton sr 200 5 05 6 95- 33 50 SamETaul 7 11 5 20 22 Thomas Duncan col 25 5 94 4 10 307 H M McOrackeu 1265 19 38 22 14 300 William H Pemberton 60 0 20 8 17 Bowman Clarence 180 60 2 60 Carwile 160 JamenT 60 Hot at Jelly 17 acres at 200 Thomas Gray 00 4 77 100 Mi sea Johnson 40 30 4 03 1 lot Glendeane George W Mattlngly 300 00 3 71 H bastlan Mattlngly 1 lot Rock vale tf 05 50 94 1 lot Rxkyale 100 James II McOarty 20 3 99 Morgan OBryan 40 acres at 100 30 4 03 Newton L Sturgeon 160 60 05 4 4Q Hardin Haynes heirs 40 70 76 2 34 Huckleby Tract 60 1 15 125 2 81 GO 110 Mrs Margaret Lanagan 300 12 099 100 Mrs Elizabeth Alay 250 14 64 a 47 17 11 112 150 Alexander Nicholson 7 21 530 160 3 Iota Harned Ell Pile 5 09 7 63 66 acres at 395 Elinha Staples 25 25 2830 7 Alexander Adams heirs 20 40 2 02 UK V G Babbage agent 100 6 00 8 90 James T Beard 05 240 9 17 11 32 James II Bashman I lot in Harm d 125 6 95 505 Mrs Patsy Masey 200 acres at 400 8 11 0 15 81 NatBrickey 200 3 42 6 22 1 Alfred Combs 25 3 77 205 Albert Leicbardt 60 150 3 92 1 40 Wilson heirs by Robt Wilson 190 200 3 08 125 53 2 15 AOKirtlev 3 87 William E Pool 3 10 Hot Constantino 150 4 88 Dr J K Hays 2 lots Hardinsburg 550 8 85 14 1099 Henry Board col 50 acres at 100 6 05 99 8 04 Abe Deane col 15 45 5 65 03 7 68 15 Haygod 2400 53 70 82 68 62 Mary Cary heirs 1 lot Cloverport 250 4 50 86 0 3tt Andrew Hawkins 100 acres at 300 3 68 1 lot Cloyerport Vest Walters 160 5 29 a -- 1 l N4 JtS f m - -- -75 FP 8 A PATE l F P PAYNE W B GARDNER Deputy Sheriffs A Sheriff Breckenridge County BEAUTIFUL GIFT GLENDEANE Â¬ 1 -J Wade Pile of Burns was here one day last week We now have four mails each day Sunday excepted Jack Howard and family of Fordsvill6 visited here Sunday Miss Mary Moorman went to Hardins burg Saturday shopping Willie Lewis came up from Owensboro Sunday to see relatives here Lennle Mattlngly and Lawrence Ves Â¬ sels went to Irvington Sunday owl MIbs Alma Mattlngly and Miss Lulu We admire that great and good man Vessels spent Sunday in Hardinsburg DwightL Moody An example of the Roey Mattlngly and Nathan Tuckwr breadth ot his religious views and free- Â¬ of Weatvlew were visiting here Sunday dom from bigotry la given in the fol- Â¬ Joe Howards baby was very sick last lowing incident In a New England week but is pronounced much better at town a few years ago when that society present which dubbed itself The Amercan Miss Temple Hart aud the Misses Protective Association was at its height Rhoadea of McDaulels were shopping Â¬ Mr Moody was holding services a mem ber of this association stepped up to him lust week Mr aud Mrs George W Short ot ou one occasion and congratulated him upon his success But Bald he when Cloverport visited friends at Glendeane are you going to beg n preaching against last woek When all of the the Roman Catholic Mr Curtis father ot Agent T L CurÂ¬ Protestants are converted was the good tis left Sunday for Albion III after a mans reply considerable stay Miss Wilkins begins a serial in the Mrs Milt Matheney after sixty three October number of The Ladles Home days ot typhoid is still unable to sit up Journal which promises to be full of but is convalescing slowly The Jamesons In humor and interest Will Sklllman ot Weatvlew was In the Country is the title of the story and town Saturday Will expects to remain in it she relates the experiences ot a at his fathers this winter family of city people who are spending Oy Millers beaming face was seen in They the summer in the country Glendeane u little while Sunday He belong to that class of city people who drove out ot town to caII oa one of Glen believe that people in the county know deanos fairest nothing ot polite deportment social Glint Weeterfleld is building a new usages or the stir and movement which house for Joe Mattlagly Mr Weeter characterises the world In short that their ideas never mount above rearing field says he has all the work he caa do fowls or feeding pigs The rebuffs which and tbat other contract are awaitiag Mrs Jameson revolutionize the society him Julian Brown has lately sold thirty of a cultivated but alow country neigh Â¬ borhood promise to be very amusing and acres o land to Mr Maria our Itallaa resident Another Italian kaewa to true to life It la often affirmed that the habit of writer simply ae Dotaiae will wave swearlag aatl liquor driBklag are ou the row CeaeUatlae to the piece el toad decieaee and I am eptiielet esowgh to Owbh of gnat aad bird tfeaa ate i- Tho holidays are fast approach- Â¬ ing If you have a friend you are going to remember on Christmas what would be more appropriate as ft gift than a fine Oxford Teachers Bible bound in morocco You can get such a Bible with the Breok kiudcik Nkwb for one year for 8250 You cant buy the Bible at retail for less than 250 anywhere in the world By this arrangement you practically get the News free for ono year The Childs Bible a beautiful Wprk for children and the News for one year lor 200 It Costs No More to become the possessor of a high grade reliable K 01 Qoafc than it does oae of those Mlt ir fittlag and cheaply tntit garments with which the country k flooded JfShk mMKJKB litre than BN Pflllpcrp Harftatan Ky iH ippm Free use of Dictionary Encyclopaedia lese efforts Sr Balls Cough Syrup cure and Scientific Apparatus Six Courses j Both Sexes Health Thorough Iaetruo tion Best Social and Religious Influ Â¬ ence aoSalooua any Tuition 8 00 per term ot tea weeks Bead lor Special AnBouaeeeaeata to 1 lL Q BIJBIJBW styteifl Lailcs ChH- - 0 4M tfftO rlpr caM of bronchliU lung affection and PtiytlcUni prescribe this tellable rcmeJy and recommend it because It ne cr falls to druggl cure and costa but i- - cents a boule A S50H Leek H B LOBAN PrMMMt tot Label the True Sitter It will be remembered that last weeks issue of the News contained a story about Howard Gould forfeiting five minions of dollars oa account of marrylag thexll beloved Helen Gould I now said to be at work upon the members of her family to have remitted the 3000000 fiaeto which her brother Howard has subjected hlmeelf by marrying against the fill qt the family -- V call especial attention to our ti MfH ollw MILLINERY DISPLAY CouprMnf AU this wetk AT that races Md What wbhM cm beat WJ balM ik Lhu HUWIMIUI tar el carrsct pet at 4 salute JtaUt lts II4 ik rlmmed in II MTAtwll lags alee stylish ideaa birde Hfl I U aigrettes aud haekleafeathers 1 1 ft The Beat Una of QUxbgfljff EXTRAQMIIIAIIY Ow Hyttettea ley hiaalat the f cvrytUff j miatntTiaWy wets ia tmr Qwfc Deeertaamt i L9W MICES CeneUpatloa prevents the body from ridding iUeif ot waste waiter D Witts Little Jiarly Hieem will remove the troa hie and Mia Sjek Headaebe Bllleninur Iaaetive Liver and stoat the Cantos lea 8cm1I aagar eoatod deat urine or eaaee aaasaa Short V Hayes MRS M BLAINE STKPHENSFORT KY - J1 WBN IXEa YOUR MJ 3CKIPTIOWTOTHENKWS BARQAIN jCENTERl 17 - itit irvingtok ij f Iw rr f V V V t JepS YA HI w g Completely t and Quickly SOMB PACTS About Newspapers Published alt Over the World gtetiatlcsjiave learned that thjBjynnthd aggregate circulation oftlie papers of tho world is calculated to be 12000000 OOOcopjrS To grnsp any idea o this Trllgnltude wo iiajf sUta iuat It would cover no fewer than 10450 equaro miles of surlnre that it is printed on 781250 tons of paper nnd further that If the number 12000000000 represented in Â¬ stead of copies seconds it would take over 333 jean for thorn to elapse In lien of thiBiarrangmont two1 might press and pile them vertically upward till they gradually reached our highest moun- Â¬ tains Topping all these and even the highest Alps ihe pllo would reach the magnificent altitude of 400 miles in round numbers 500 miles Calculating that the average nan spends five min Â¬ utes reading Lib paper in the day this is a very low estimate wo find that tho people of the world altogether occupy time equivalent to 100000 years reading papers SAD BUT TRUE People in European Countries Do MOTHER AND CHILD I F R WILDER WHl wi Fnnrlli - The Host Beautiful Sight In All Nature Of vu rntuvllln Kv uw -- r- - J M HARDIN Brandenburg Ky r it- BANK OF HARDIN IU 111 WILDER B h tM Eat Horse Meat Mas What a United States Consul Say About It to Some people regard the stories which tell of the eating of horse flesh in Euro pean cities as products of modern Action r lHUAnvwiR FrWBlaNY write Dr Femwt I bad a hcTy pain otm fey kldsejr aad cramps In my limbs or a long time Also backache with scanty and tnrbldWfea bloating Gtllmba and a general DROPSICAL CONDITION it the sVmm 1 Mosed by heart disease from rhlchijtadsireted Of rears ltMTebeen taking jrer KMaey and Backache Oare and Dr Balls Cough Syrup is tha best seem to fee eteStfely rellered I never had a remedy for the bronchial sfllrctiont It U a great mistake in allow a cough or col J to run nn lor it saedlclaahossmo aooerapletelj aad quickly may develop serious throat orlut g trouble Take Hulls Cough Syrup at once DRUQQIST Hardinebure Kentucky AROUND THE WORLD BrcRenridge j WEUNEHUAV NOV r News 0 1898 HDirwtn 7J Mcilteath VndWife p v T Hake the Trip on Bicycles II Darwin Mcllreath and his wife of Chicago haveJuet arrived in New York now euutuampton ingiana on tne American line steamship fennland The Mcllrenths Btarted on a wheeling tour on They ArTrill ljffloirpm Chicago crosseu tno itocKies ami on oune i arrived in San Francisco There they took a oteamet ior China The couple rode through Hint country and then pro ceeded through Japau Their route was afterward through Burmah India Persia Austna ilutjgiry Ilusaia Germany France and Great Hiltaln The Mc Ilreaths had ridden nearly 30000 miles when tlioy boarded the Pennland for New York They hud seme excitirg ex- Â¬ periences In Afcia and India but were not molested by the natives They in- Â¬ tend to ride from New York to Chicago and their btart will be made in a day or two Under the auspices of the Century Road Ulub of America of which the couple are members relays of riders will accompany them on their last 1000 miles A Frightful Blander Will often cause a horrible Burn Scald Out or Bruise Bucklens Arnica Salve the best in the world will kill the pain and promotly heal it Cures Old Sores Fever Sores llcere Bolls Felons CornB all Skin Eruptions Best File Cure on earth Only 25 cents a box Cure guar- Â¬ anteed Sold by Short llaynes DrugÂ¬ gists SINEWS OP WAR The rMiiltoryxStrcnthdr Natiens J European wholly and absolutely untrue But Con- sul General Dubois writes from St Gall Switzerland that horBe flesh Is openly sold in many parts of Furope What this official says on the subject muat be gener Â¬ ally accepted Says Consul General Du Bole In many of the towns are to be whew markets found woll etocked nothing but horse moat is Bold fresh salted Kinokod and in Bausase form The ceuta per prices rat gi from live to pound according to cut and a large amount of this meat Is purchased by the poorer classes The horses used are old ones or t hose killed by accident The people who buy this meat claim that they prefer it to the tough cow meat that is sold from eight ctuts to twelve cents per pound It is sweeter more tender and aulte as wholesome accord- Â¬ ing to their statements Tho shops whore horse meat is sold always have a horse meat market sga conspicuously dis- Â¬ played so that no deception Is possible If the purchaser L uys hnrsu meat and eats it he does so knowingly In this respect the municipal inspection is very A butcher licensed to sell thorough beef if found selling horse meat would be severely and promptly pun- Â¬ ished egt r jTho fact that the somber cloud of war is at present hoverfcQver airthe im- Â¬ portant countries of Europe lends inter- Â¬ est to a review of their respective military strength Russia leads oflvwith u stand Â¬ ing army of 1000000 men which ia in creased to 2500000 in times of war In case of urgent necessity the Little Father could thtow 0000000 trained Boldiers into the Held at short notice Next in power is France with standing army of 589000 strong It has tho same war footing as that possessed by it big northern ntighbor but ita utmost strength in trained troops is only 4370 000 The Geiman army numbers G85 War would bring 000 in times of piace itto 2250000 and the calling out of the reserves to 4200000 Austria Hungary baa a peace force of 305000 men with a war footing pf 2500000 and its utmost strength estimated at 4000000 In Italy opposition to high taxt s is so dangero-s-lbitter that it has a standing army of but 174000 men which its reserve force Groat would augment to 2220000 Britains standing army consists of but 230000 and its entire reserve force only 720000 j lllood Deep Clean blood means a clean slin No beauty without it Cascarets Candy Cathartic clean your blood and keen it clean b stirring up the lazy liver and driving all impurities from the Iiody Begin today to banish pimples boils blotches blackheads and that sickly bilious complexion by taking Cascarets beauty for ten cents All druggists satisfaction guaranteed 10c 25c 60c Â¬ rienuty Â¬ Â¬ FALLS OF ROUGH Ernest Robertson Glendeane was here last week MIhs Jennie Green has returned from her northern trip Mrs Lake of Hardlnsburg Is visiting Mrs Harl Rock Vale Miss Mabel Chambllss dined with Miss Hattlo Stewart Sunday Mrs Jennie Morgan was a guest at Mrs Stones Friday afternoon Miss Margerite Griswold of Louisville is the guest of Miss Jennie Green Col Green has just received a large and handsome new stock of goods James Keith went to Louisville again last week to have his eyes treated Misses Mamie and Ruby Stone were guests of Mrs Howard Friday night Miss Rachel has returned home Centertown on account of the illness of her mother Mies Neddie Hunter of Mcsville is the guest of her sister Mrs Brite of Rock Vale Mrs Mercer contemplates visiting her sister Mrs Sam Parson of Mcsville quite soon The colored people who live near the mouth of Rock Lick gave a party Saturday night We are sorry to hear of the severe ill Â¬ ness of Mrs Black of Maysonsville sis- Â¬ ter of Mrs Dewees Glendeane Mrs Mercer and Miss Mabel Chambllss were in the yillage shopping and called at the parrouage Fiiday afcerpoon Quite a crowd attended the literary at Rock Vale scbrol buuso which was most interesting good music Friday night Lafe Beanchamp looks very sad and sulky since his sweetheart went away though be is a hustling merchant and ctrrieB a brisk trade Misa Lettle Duncan Rock Vale an- Â¬ ticipates spending several weeks visiting irittnds and relatives in Louisville during the Christmas holidays Mrs Peytons guests from Glendeane Miss Mary and Mack Peyton spent Mon Â¬ day evening at Miss Jennie Greens playing Halloween jokes Mr Willie Davison an enterprising young farmer lost his entire crop of sorghum which would have yielded over two hundred gallons of molasses Mr Clyde Shumate a soldier who passed through all the hardships of bat- Â¬ tle in Cuba and lately returned home ou a furlough was visiting his friends here last week Ho dined with Mrs Peyton and supped with Mrs Stornip all feel honored to have entertained a soldier who helped to fight our battles of victory over Spaiuj Our forests are filled with the soft louudof falling leav sand the rustle of those which have wrapped the brown earth in a rich carpet ol natures bright- si hues tlow lovingly they oling to their last resting place I the grave of the summers richest verdure How heart kbsofue to deflle and crush with care- Â¬ less steps this burial place of the sum Â¬ mers greatest beauty What an interesting rich and varied study la human natuie It is an open bvok yit filled with masteries bard to eolve though all who wiah may read and i oiider and reread and still fiud f ome tt lng new In the pages to qft pemutd at taat I find It so and enjoy the study im Â¬ mensely Another good study is self 1 am reading a little book entitled Slf Knowledge by John Masi A M which a good aid in the study of It Mould he a good occupation to fill up idle pio nHU io MiQMvuU that have here to fort Iwwm given over to evil thoughts S If Knowledgu will Kg of fellow help H4 to apprMiiat our neighbors vir toes and heir fUs will app ar Wm pro Â¬ 1 What moro beautiful sight Is thoru In tho world What tnoru beautiful ami what more lovely That man must be far from the Kingdom of God ho in not worthy to be called a man at nl whoso heart has not been touched by the tiight ol his Unit child on its mothers hofotn 1 he greatest writers who have ever lived have tried to paint the beauty of that simplo thing a mother Willi her babe and have failed One of them Kafaelle by name to whom God gave the spirit of beauty In u measure in which he never gave it peilmps to any other man tried again and aualn for yours painting over and over that simple subject the mother and her babe ami comd not tatisfy himself Each of his pictures is moat beautiful each In a dihVreut way Hud jet none of tin ui is There Is mote beauty iu tlmt peilect simple every day sight Hihii he or any man could express by his pencil and his colors And yet it id a sigut which we see every day Ami as for the wonder of that sight tho mystery of it I tell you this That physicians and the wise men Alio look into the laws ot nature of llesh and blood say that the mysiery is past their finding out that If they could fiud out trie whole meaning and thu Hue mean Â¬ ing ot tliOBO two words mother and child they could get the key to the deepest woniltrs of thu world hut they cannot And philosophers who look into the laws of soul and spirit say the hauie Tne wiser men are tho more they find iu the soul ot every new born babe and its kindred to its mother wonders and puzzles past mans understanding And yet it is the most common every- Â¬ day sight That only show once- more what I bo often try to show you that the most common every day things are the most wonderful It buowb us how o are to despise nothing which God has made above all to desplso nothing which belongs to human nature which is the likeness and image of God Charles Kingsley - XDZEIfcTTISTS- IDWIUPTAU HARDIZTSBUIia F BEAKD Prealdehl WILL MILLER Vlce Prenldent M II BEAHU Caul InVmtllUn Every Wednesday and Thursday after thu Fourth Mnndny in Iuicli Month Difficult work uch as Bridges nnd CrownS a epecialty Latent npplinnccB Uficd Oood work guaranteed ir I flre No Knife jimnJ No yj O W BEARD 1 MOKKIe ESKUIDQE VDIUECTOU3 B M JOLLY J INTEREST PAID OH TIME DEPOSITS Henderson Route Lonisrille Henderson Si Why Suffer Agony When DONS COMPLETE TILE QURE ia guaranteed to euro you It is tho discovery of an eminent physician Interruption of Business 1 Louis Ej Co Tina Card East Hound In EtTeot June No 41 20 97 44 cured thousands and will euro you MR JT S WILCOX prominent merchant politician and chief oftho Chattanooga Firo Department says Tho first treatment brings immediato relief It has No No 46 Lr SuImiIi After years of suffering DONS PILE OINTMENT ws rec- Â¬ ommended to me The use of one box effected a permanent cure I voluntarily give you this statement hoping It will be the means of bringing your wonderful remedy to the attention of others suf fering with piles Â¬ Hvannlllc Henderson SpotUvflle Owentboro 7 15 65jain 220pm 245am 2 48 7 Mam 8 65pm 73S 911 445 btrphemport Irvinglon Brandenburg Louisville Arr West Hound Lv Louisville Brandenburg Irvington Stephensport Cloverport Owensboro Spottsville Henderson Evamrllle liaweirill tlovtfport gig 344 622 37 621 3 10 32 4 4 00 4 411 6011 flO 1007 1045 1112 1235pm 6 03 7 45 43 610 525 5 57 617 7 30 45 Price 100 Prepaid to any Address No 4I No 60U 6 43 No DON CHEMICAL COMPANY CHATTANOOQA TENN 730am 851 915 951 10 11 450pm 720 739 804 llawesvllle il IUIS BDSUUULD lfiTEBEST EVERYBODY ArrbtLoui 1035 1135 12 17pm 9 47 10 10 1240 1 15 10 40 95 9 52 1021 10S6 1068 12 1 823pm 9 St 1148 12 23am 5 15 732 720 A I trains run throueh Solid to Kvansvllla Through parlor cars and Pullman sleepers on all trains between St Louis Bvantviile and Louie villa Numbers 41 and 42 connect at Irvington Cor Fordivllle and llardimburg daily except Sunday It C MOltDUE A O I A Louisville Ky TIME TABLE Ne 10 for the benefit of the public that they may know where to go to get the best dental work at the very TAKING EFFECT MAY 30 1897 lowest price tTaksWetel TFFTH WestBound Trains Kelt Bound Train We extract teeth 25 cents without pain - etffSeaiilef WITHOUT Pi ATES Dally Daily Dally Dally Make a good set ot artificial teem ior ex Sun ex Sun eiuu STATIONS ex bun exSur No 2 No No5 Nol 75 Teeth lilted with gold and platinum alloy liHVO 111 g f WW Because it is placed here by the NEW Y0RK DENTAL PARLORS L H St L Rv FordsvlMe Branch f H It Hits the Spot When suflerlng from a severe cold and your throat and lungs feol sore take a dose of Foleys I I Honey and Tar Iness will be at when the sure I warm great once ful feoling and nealiug u the parts af- Â¬ fected will be experienced and you will say It feels so good It hits the spot It Is guaranteed A II Fisher Clover port Gordon Haynes Patesville E A R A Shellman Stepheusport Witt Hardlnsburg Teeth filled with amalgam reeth filled with pure told 50 100 and up KJVMjjmttf guarantee clven with eery filling We have been established In Louisville for over ten years Can give reference from best professional and business men in the city Remember the releivedJJ New York Dental Parlors 542 Fourth St Louisville Ky U7 i Jf A fh SL Y Make no mistake hut get in the right place 04a Our system of maklnjr gold crown and bridge workortecth without plalciLs the best kuown to the profession People from abroad can come in the morning and wear their new teeth home same day Irvington A r Oarfiild Harned Junction Hardlnsburg 1155 1210pm Junction 12 25 Kirk 1235 Jolly 1255 Glendeane 1 05 Dempster 120 arFallsIioughlv 1050am 1125 1140 1147 45 65 2 05 1 1 Iv 9o0am 8 00 7 42 737 717 6 6 6 5 5 7 27 7 02 650 30 20 06 44 33 215 230 SWe 3S7 ZVS 2 RATES PE AC Thsinoitcentr llg looatatl Hotel In thjcltg 2 45pm llockvale Ituth Asklas Osks Mitchell Ar Kordville Dempster 50 5 25 510 5 00am lv Loulsvlle HendersonSt Louis RyCo Sages Easy Life The man who acted for years as Jay Goulds purchasing agent says of Uncle He is tho only man in Russell Sage the world who mauages to get through the day without spending a cent He walks from his house to the elevated station at Forty second street where the newsboy on the platform makes him a present of a morning paper He rides free of course The Western Union Company gives him a splendid luncheon New He neither drinks nor smokes York Press By Name is your Indian summer If this growled the refugee from Mississippi bllukit g dipmally and drawing his rain coat tight r about his shivering form I know what Indian it was namid after said the curious citizen Well Chicago Tribune e sro 4 TIME SCHEDULE Taking Effect SpalnVGreatest Need Mr H V OllYlaof Barcelpna Spain spends his wiuteia at Aiken H O Weak nerves had caused sovoru pains in the back pf bis head On using Electric fitt- Â¬ ers Americas Greatest Blood and Nerve Remedy all pain soon left hi rm He says thU grandmtdlcine is what his country BeedswAlfAuirfca knows that it cures liver and kidney troubles purifhs the blood tones up the stomach streuethens the nerves puts vim vigor and new life Into every muscle nerve and organ of the body If weak tired or ailii g you need it u Every bottle guaranteed only 60 jeente Sold by Short A Ilayues Orpg tglsta LARQEST ON RECORD i t What Does It Mean try are called upon to fiud some portent attending the appearanco of white deers forsthree of these peculiar specimens have been seen in different parts of the TJfIted States within Ihe last few weeks Thflirtj9xribited itselfpn the Califor Â¬ nia coast and was killed by a party of hunters Its like had not been shot in that sectiog for many years Tiie follow- Â¬ ing week a Connecticut nlmrod brought down a pure albino dter in a Maine for- Â¬ est Another deer of this description is at large in the New Hampshire preserves and numberless parties are after his f calp so far without prospects of success TnToneb flhe superstitious peoplo of the coun- Â¬ y I3VILLF Ky If At 630 oclck A SC Sunda- - Uar 30 1897 Train Will Bound Traim 13 tail Bound Mall A iJJr--yafc--Vf it M sssssssft Its Worlli Printing Kxprs Hxprs Dally 41 0pm 4l Mall STATIONS 77 41 Kxprs Kxpr Dally 12S5ptr 7 45pm 733 U 20 fOain 1145 1135 1128 1121 1112 1102 11 Xr B ssssssCfJ ssssKf i ifd KPsssssssssfteWaVMLLasssssB rtSssT jfijr l I wn I If ir x 2 Vaderbllt TakesatOut an Immenw U Btus ths CASTOHIA 8 Md You HavB Alwlys BongM 4 The insurance record of the wotld has just been broken by the issuance of a policy for 2000000 in Ohicaao The first premium was 1017090 andlFu EoTd or of the policy is unknown as onu of the conditions of the transaction Is that ibis identity be preserved inviolate A goneral impression hajofJ8b56Btitbat he is Charles T Yerkbutirialrapos ble to confirm tho guess Goorgo Van stirbilt recently insured his life for H J ScANTLEHUriY trOOOO0asd John -- Wananiaker is also dren For sale by A R Fisher Oloverport known as one of tho heaviest risks in tho R A ShollmarJ 8tepbensport UnitetTBtaCuci bat fhislatfst pheiiomen oa outclasses everything in insurance A Popular Vice ir- history - Some statistician has estimated that Educate Your Dowels Willi Cuscarets since Adam 17000000 000 havei died Candy Cathartic euro constipation orovor Meaeo irCO0 fall druggists return money drunkards i ReeftorjjNew I am very pleased to Btate that siuce I took the agency of Cnamberlalus medicines the sale has been very large more especially of the Cough Remedy In two years I have sold more of this particular remedythen of till otlioi makes of the previous five years As to Its efficacy I have been Informed by scores of per- Â¬ sons of the good results they have re- Â¬ ceived from it aad know its value from Ubeusefof it iiumy own household It is so pleasanfWtake that we have to place the bottle beyond tha reach of the chil- Â¬ 23 18 Â¬ v JromNewZealandL Zgalandv lupikab rule The Empress Dowager of China is G4 years of age Her titlo runs as follows chuang Late to bed and early to rise prepares a man for his home iu the skies But early to bed and a Little Early Riser the pill that makes life longer and better and fhort Haynes wiser subjects specially only records of prepared In a laboratory but the Oraphophona Is not limited to such performances On tho Jraphophone you can easily make und Instantly reproduce records of the voice or any sound Thus It constantly awakens new Interest and It charm is ever fresh Tho reproductions are iMuuauuK iuihi tlon of tho age Alnass ready to entertain It requires nosklll tooper ate It and reproduce tha music of bands orchestras vocalists or Instru mental soloists There li nothing like It for an evenings entertainment Other so called talking machines reproduce I i Is rt -j ykr diud KE MM JfJHBerHBsm K Â¬ Â¬ the Twice-a-Wee- k Courier Journal Will Print It NEWS and every SowilltheBHKCKENIUOGK Democrat every Republican every man woman or child who can read will want to redd ft TIIETWICK-A-WKE- 603 5 37 Dally 7 30am 7 48 IvUnn 5 818 8 21 40 6 48 6 53 6 00 829 8 8 35 42 a Democratic ptper ol six or eight pager iiuied Wednesday anil Saturday of tacli wirk The Wednerdav Imsuo prints all the clean news and the baturda iisu prime ilorie SI Incellany Poetry all mature i f epVcial Interest n the home It Is edited by Henry Wattersrn i COURIKIIJOURNAI 609 618 626 913 661 069 TOJ 861 859 907 915 923 9 31 9 32 9 43 West Point Howard Willowdale Rock Haven Long Branch Brandenburg Gutton Irvington Webster Lodlburg Kkron ptar Kentucky St piy 65 51 45 40 6 6 6 6 6 26 634 712 727 7 20 7 24 7 39 7 43 7 54 8 04 951 956 959 1011 1014 1025 10 35 10 43 10 49 1058 1106 1114 1125 Stephensport Addlion Holt Cloverport Shops Pierce Sample 1045 1037 1028 1020 1015 1007 1002 106J 618 610 6 0J 660 5 42 5J4 618 615 6 30 5 22 5 03 6 00 4 49 4 40 4 33 Price 50c a Year You set 101 cood Diperi rf six or eisht nnees each ior joe IEh THAN ONK CUN I A PAPER clear and brilliant Graphepfteies are ssld tor USEFUL PREMIUMS Are given club raise ri and good paing commis- Â¬ sions are allowed agents Dally Courier Journal I Year Dally and Sunday Year Sunday alone i Year ieaun llsnnfsetiired under tha rtenU of 1111 Tstnter Fdlion and JliftlonuM our eeisblUlimrnl Is liimd- orilio worlil lor Tlkln lliwhtnunid tUklug Mschuie Suppiks Write or catalogue COLUMBIA PHONOGRAPH CO 6oo J800 Dept 30 laoo Sklllman Hawetvllk Petrie Falcon 8 27 Lewliport 8 33 Waltman 8 42 Powers 863 Pates Owensboro 1135am 905 1146pm 918 Mattingly 0 21 Griffith 1161 1156 Stsnley 925 1202 9 32 Worthlngton 1209 939 Kesds 9 47pm 1217 Spottsville ftassctt 964pm 1224 010pm 1240pm ar Hendfrnlv 812 818 9 45 9 40 9 27 969 917 9 9 8 8 09 03 64 47 8 38 418 419 413 4 827 818 768 7 7 7 7 7 04 8 07 8 02 62 45 38 31 3 44 3 33 3 29 363 326 3 20 15tin 2 40pm 313 307 301 010 Pennsylvania Avenue Washington D O New York fnmnr 1 1 tlno puriacg tho blood tor I svSuoe boici lol mtnhood CtA t LSiold 400000 mikoi 70a troajrfV I in health norrosrPJ I coies cured liu LKO-Tp-BAOfrotndpocket B fl 1 book I emSlJOur own aruf lit who -- L wllloochforutTHUwllh SnTeH boi SI usually cureei S boiee St W 1 SbV PB WfVnarantoed to core or wo refund mono WHZ lllrilis Beaofj Co CaJut e aealnal nr k linns tobacco hbitHOTO nmart tho dilr for tobteio ontntrrouvdlttrcMtiptiinlcOTfl HrtiU wlth too wbethr ya eaatlna II rwtll 0S 1CB BpH UbfW Yt l BWl33 k tbjdSJBS fX Chicago Parle Philadelphia St Louis Buffalo Waablncton Baltimore Twicea Week Courier Journal And The r ell Bl SwljtotlrlrLtnUr HE IE Doth one Year EW 125 Trains Nos 41 and 4s make connection at Ir vlngton dally except Sunday with trains to and from Harduuburg and Fordivllle Branch Only line running Parlor Cars between Louis ville Owentboro and Henderson Only direct line to the North and East For further Information call on or addreei Agents or 11 J MUKPUBAUrA Louisville Kr 1 B Inlut GREGORY Whirfmasters OLOVERPORT CO KENTUCKY For Only 0S W TI3VEH S RY TABLE Weil t Cincinnatl and ths No so Bsfsty Comfort Steamboat Agents SSS353B3 Louisis and hmk Packet Line Fast Mali Llns Uetween Local Agents Homestead Fertilizer Company and We have made a special clubbing arrangement with the Twlce-a- - Week Courier Journal and will rend that paper and ours for the price named to all our subtcrlbers who will renew and pay In ad vance or to all new eubscrlheri who will rjav In advance Sample copies Courier Journal sent Ire on application All subscriptions under this oiler must be sent Trains leave Loulaville as follows BA O bt Louis and ths W RAILWAY Standard Dealer In Oil Company BRECKENRIDGE NEWS 4 Louisville and Evansville flTKAMKIl8 Doors Bash Blinds Yellow i Rlog In the wrr King o atthe old Ring out the false Ring la the true We bring to vou the new art true from the plniy fore ts W Nf rya E G RAGON F MTlysn Htitsr W A Blihop Paner Pine Floor ln and Celling Weather Hoarding Sliinglefl Salt Lime Cement Plastering Laths Plaster Ualr Plow Handles Bricks Etc Furalahiid far HuMUh Etlt8 Balldlna Material b1 My Specialty IS DR BELLS Pine-Tar-Honey TARASOON D L HORSE -- SHOEINCr But I can do all kinds of I No 16 No 18 tor Louisville i3jara 8 sjani 2 45pm Ar Cincinnati 645am 1153am 6Spm 11 15am Ar Columbus J 55pm 1105pm 8 15pm Ar Pittiburg 7 1511m Ajoain 11 svam Ar Washington 1 2pni Ar Baltimore 7 50am Ar Philadelphia 10 15am 3 40 pin Ar New York Is jonn j Jspm Ar Iloiton 3 oopm 9 05pm 16 has elegant Pullman Bullet Parlor Nraln No Car to Cincinnati nd Drawing room Sleeper and dining can Cincinnati to Washington Baltimore Philadelphia aad New York without change Train No 18 has clrgant Pullman Pallor Car to Cincinnati and Pullman Drawing room and dining cars Cincinnati to New York without change Train No so has sleepers to Cincinnati open at 9 oclock to receive passengers St Leu Springfield and the Wert No 10 a 35am Pany M titer L T Conner Parssr BLACKSMITHINQ WAGON MAKING AND Ar St Louis Lv Louisville Noi TELL CITY R II Bsllint Muter W B Nswbell Porier Kienoa to a Pirnkneat PeeltlY Cure for coughs colds and all Inftaraed surfacM of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes ery pisgiitttni twatts KlRCSefe mlcfebe lsirlnK mucus k cut out tirna the cause of fiat tlcklirm Is renwysdyisMthekinid mmbri are iMaW and soMlU MtsWt thm Natures roost rutfuraiimdy Plsnt Improved by P J HHunsche GENERAL REPAIRING h Up top Btylo I guarantee all my work When you noed anything in my line consult mo D SDAGGS between ww Q sf Dslly sieept ftstarJsy sad Hew AuutTim toaliTlUs The TAILOR with 8 40pm Ar Springfield 9 33am North Vernon accomodation leaves at 7 Ij a m dally Cnarlestown accommodation leaves at j jo p m except Sunday Trains Not 16 so and 44 have elegant day coaches Pullman pallor and sleeping cars to St Loals TWAINS AKRIVE From East 7 13 a ou Is 15 noon 640 p m la jonn 640pm 8ajam No 44 8sopm team WILL RAUL IrvlBgtea Ky issja m Frelrkt tblpfel UiuInhatkatoPh jmLb my 4laOitiy SSSMSSmZ W 4 US awood 60 MlUM BE SURE YOU GET X A HsMsMfc 0ruistsMin mI 100 - il ntisent er tfceu by rail Travelers will lad ta tteaaaers ar nnior pssesd la sqaiBestat aad aesosiBodatloat Tbe beet oaliasrj re ssoptoyed ss oooki ad be sgeati Is eouil to tbt o tie bet keiels Seaeral usUes 17 and ITS Jth Atease j thUHBSdHvsril qnlok Will be in Clover KSMKTlWst a4M Faaa Tkkt Att KeV Ob W K Mtsrifl port on the 2d and 4th aad Mala IlivisJsVKy CiisWslMlOUrttf ar I Friday of every month FOB SALE SEEDS Gchu1r MiMouri White 4 From West 7 at a m is 15 p m 6 4a p sa City Ticket ofics southeast corner FoHrtk and Depot Seventh and river Mala streets FotdcuB Information rsaardlac rates tisso on connecriag Hues steeping parlor dining care etc j soam LetiTH IMV SUHhIm iV lT t- irjv-r-- aY l nwr w w siT8 WrtiJAMw T P A OejexAjabliaXaoA free Casper May Co IKD IsTv OAXM1LTOM J F DUTSOHKE HOLT HKNTUOHY Ry0r64Mtrd QrawWheat and Clover MttttflSlXfr wirai rvwew ytgnai Lis ft M w kt lftktm - VTAUIMC VYRUI ame m witswi mt if mssjsWVA ft t stffT - r--- s in i jumimirwmmmmmmma mmmmimmmmmmmmmmmimmmiwiikiMi w wi i mmm mmt mmm a sijueeei SICKNESS TO HEALTH What Paines Celery Compound is Doing For Hosts of Women County Clerks office at Hardlnsburg Thursday November 2 1878 Edison Inventod the electric light twenty years ago and Cloverport was clamoring for the use of the new light for street Illumination The Western Union Tub graph Com pany made a proposition to tonetruct a telegraph lino from Cloverpoit lu Hard insburg but the people did nut accept it The Breckenridok Nkwb believed In advertising as is evidenced by the follow Â¬ Two old widowers and ing for sate ad ono old bachelor hard at work in the ollico of the News For b1o cheap The McDanlels correspondent an- Â¬ nounced the marriages in the commun- Â¬ Double bow knots tied ity as follows J II Hait to Miss Mollio Hicks Asa Noblett to Mrs Mary Praise nee But- Â¬ ler Politics were hot in Breckenndge county twenty years ago and tho News poet broke Into rhyme as follows Today well vote for Froclor Knott And tome will vote for lleldcn Some will vote for Greenback man Thatll go up the creek a hellln Some will vote forwhliky too And tome will vote to kill her Pibawl muitle one hulf the human race d dlitlller And then ihoot the d 1 irul Eft ITS A STOXJI i i LOSS T I kJ It If You Dont Accept This Magnificent Offer The Childs Bible and the Breckenridge News for I Year for 200 THE CHILDS BIBLE V Contains tho narrativo descriptive and other portions of tho Holy Scriptures in tho words of tho authorized version to which aro added more than a hundredpagos comprising CHILDS HISTORY OF TltE BIBLE And an Account of the Children of the Bible Richly Illustrated with nearly 300 lino Engravings arid Maps and handsomely bound in cloth and morocco with exquisitely attractive and charming new cover designs Size inches lloyal Quarto with nearly 900 pages Itepeaka volumes or Paines celory compound that of all the many women who have recovered health by its means very many were induced to take it through the persuasion of other women sisters mothers or friends When a sick and feeble sufferer is seen to gain Bteadily in health and yigor from taking Paines Celery Compound no room for doubt is left to the most stub- Â¬ born minded person This joyo is trans- Â¬ formation from sickness to health is go Â¬ ing on in thousands of homes this spring Herd is the experience like that of hundreds of others of Mrs R H Studds 135 N St N W Washington D 0 Wells Richardson Co Gentlemen Paines celery compound was recommended to my huaband by his father who told him to have me try it for with other remedies I did not seem to be gatting better I was Buffering from nervousness and my baby seemed to nurse it from me as she did not sleep more than 15 or 20 minutes at any time I also Bilflred from indigestion aud yery torpid liver I find that Paines celery compound not only comes up to what you say but that it is without doubt the Breckenridge News 1808 WEDNESDAY NOV 0 I CHILDRENS CORNER j GUMPTION AND A F1LK II a boy baa any mechanical faculty if it comes handy to him to ubo tools let him be thankful Such a gift of nature gumption it is sometimes called deserves to be cultivated It will serve its possessor a good turn though It may never serve him quite so well as it served a man who tells his story in tho Cleve- Â¬ land Plain Dealer He ODenod a door for himself in a yery striking manner When I was fourteen years old he says it became necessary for me to go out into the world and earn my share of ueueg T jouxeu auoui iuo iHuiuy i with small success for a week or two and then I saw a card hanging in a store win- Â¬ dow Boy Wanted I pulled down my hair brushed the front of my jacket and walked in 1 asked of the Do you want a boy clerk Back office he said I walked back to the little den with a partition around it and pushing open the door which I noticed was slightly ajar cap in hand I stepped in It was a chilly clay in November and before I spoke to the proprietor who was bending over the desk I turned to close the door It squaked horribly as I pushed it shut and then I found that it wouldnt latch It had shrunk so that the socket which should have caught the latch was a trifle too high I was a boy of some mechanical genius and I noticed what the trouble was im mediately Where did you learn to close doors said the man at the desk I turned around quickly At home sir Well what do you want I came to see about the boy wanted I answered O I said the man with a grunt lie seemed rather gutT but somehow his crisp speech didnt discourage me Sit down he added Im busy I looked back at the door If you dont mind said I and If a little noise wont disturb you Ill fix that door while Im waiting All right Eh he said quickly Go ahead I had been sharpening my skates that morning and the short file I used was still la my pocket In a few minutes I bad Hied down down the brass socket so tfeat tfw latch fitted alcely I closed the door two er three Haass to see that it ww all right Wkea 1 Ht y file back Is My peeket and parsed aead the wan at Mm desk wm eUrifig at mm Â¬ Â¬ The following marrlagi licenses were issued at the county clerks office during the month of October 1878 Charlie Compton to MIns Alice Pool Wintleld Cart to Miranda E Parr Robert E Wll lett to Mary A Bcavlu James M Canary to Mrs Mary J Allen Fzra Dowell to Lucretla A Wood James M Withers to Julia A Sktllman Jas T Robards to Ada Leslie J II Hart to Mollio Hicks A A LntleiBt to Alice E Miller Richard H Cralle to Susan A Sharpe Jus II Dris kell to Nannie Russell Scott Allen to Mrs Mattie Preston Asa W Noblett to Mrs Mary A Fralz Stephen S Furrow to Alice Wheatley Francis MWalker to Nannie J Adkisson Michael F Popbam to TlierosH A Beavln Jas II OBryan to Georgia A Wheeler Wm W Keith to best tonic and remedy for women I do not think it can be recommended too Hattie E Cain Alex Roberts to Joule Waitt Jas WHall to Matilda Bassett highly Respectfully yours Mrs R II Studds J Frank McUary to Mary E Rhodes Clifton E Pile to NSra AVhitworth Hon Mrs Lydia M Ilnyden of Marion ry 8 Bowman to Miss Blrdio McGrail Ind writes of Paines Before commencing the use celery compound I was treated by many doctore and tried many remedlfs but did J FARM AND STOCK not get any better I seemed to be all was tired all the time 1 broken down I and my constitution seemed to be giving out I weighed only 115 pounds last fall when I commenced using Paine s celery compound la less than two The Paris News reports sales 103 ex Â¬ months I weighed 12 pounds an unusu- port cattle at 4 and 32 nt 4 al weight for me I have Lad better The first of the new crop of tobacco health ever since and have felt better this summor than I have for years sold at Hopkinsville at 730 My little daughter was away from The Adair News notis tho sale of sev- Â¬ home on a visit and came home looking as if she had had a hard sickness I went enty 170 pound hogs at 3 10 right away and grt her a bottle of Paines Sweet potatoes are soiling at twenty celery compound and aho has had better health since than bIio ever had in her five cents per bushel in many pArts of Virginia life eats hearty and is growing fast No woman in any way out of health John Kmbry hna bought a number of can in justice to herself and her family lambs in Woodford couuly of the crop of fall to take Paines celery compound 1809 at 4c when its power of restoring health is so In the Southern part of the Slate a abundantly proved hitherto unknown species of worm is killing the clover by eating off the rootB English sparrows are destroying all the two oclock he said and turned back sorghum seed in Tennn6tr They are to his writing At twenty flye I was partner in the in great droves and ate giving faiutors house at thirty five I had a half interest much trouble and I have always attributed the founda- Â¬ A Paducab butcher killed a cow and tion of my good fortaue to the only fouud an open kuifo in the stomach recommendation I then had in my which is supposed to have been there possession the file Youths Compan- Â¬ seventeen years ion Fugato Brothers the well known Logan t t t county farmers sold their crop of durk TIIK MOUTH tobacco on the sticks estimated at 100 The following was written by a boy 000 pounds for 0000 cash New corn is selling at one dollar per who was compelled by his teacher to Felix write an essay on the mouth barrel in Paris and Cynthiaua Your mouth is tho front door to the Aslibrook of Cynthiana bought 2000 face It is the aperture to the cold stor barrels last week at that price age of anatomy Some mouths look like The Stanford Journal notes the sales of peaches and cream some look like a hole twenty long yearling cattle at 4 cents cut in a brick wall to admit a new door several lots of fat hogs at 3 to 3J cents or window fifty one yearling mules at 35 and fifty The mouth is the hot bed for tooth- Â¬ steers at 3J to 4 cents ache and the bung holo for oratory The The average yield of potatoes in the mouth is tho crimson aisle to your liver United States ranges from sixty to nine Â¬ it is patriotisms fountain and a tool ty bushels per acre according to the con- Â¬ Vn mhhII chest for pie ItfltliMiat lUD iuuuw el a ditions while T luuv in some portions of Europe politician would be a wanderer on the the average is trom 300 to 500 bushels face of Ilia earth and go down to an un- per acre honored grave J II Dickerson Son bought 7000 It Is tho grocers friend the orators put bushels of wheat how Bonta Bros at pride and the dentists hope It has some men on the rostrum and some in sixty five cents C G Patterson sold J O Caldwell of Danville twelve head jail It is temptations lunch counter of steers averaging 1075 nt 4 15 per Burgin Mewsuugjr when attached to a maiden and tobaccos hundred The Winchester Democrat reports sales friend when attached to a mau it is the home of the unruly member the tongue Without it married life would be a sum Â¬ mer dream and a dude would lose half hiB attraction Ex Â¬ 8xl0 GENUINE OXFORD TEACHERS BIBLE Authorized American Edition the Model Bible of the Nineteenth Century fjzjSpsfuum iarw ouvn a3t AND THE i Breckenridge News FOR ONE YEAR FOR S250 This Bible is far in advance of all competitors It never has been and is not now equalled anywhere It ib printed upon a paper of great opacity tough- Â¬ ness and softness and agreeable tone The Bible possesses a Concordance maps of tho Holy Land and helps in tho way of plates Bhowing the money language animals and history of tho Biblo This Bible is in Morrocco binding round corners gold edged and patent indexed on the margin The uatert ameage GENESIS V1IL The beginning of the food Br tUImm him Into the ark because of the wa CHAPTER VIU CHRIST ClIItlST ters ot tho flood t Tt wafer 4 TU mrl rMMl m AfnL awp wi A lit Am T n nnm II JVmI Mf M 8 Of clean beasts and of beasts that a SI tt lit MUll art not clean and of fowli nod 01 every mttdU II fMi U if nfiM trk wUU 0mI w Wimd 4 tftmkI fifwwiml thing that creepoth upon the earth t4X hw IM wii M wn 9 There went In two and two unto God remembered Noah and Noih Into the ark the male and the fe AND living thing and all the male at God had commanded Noah ctUo that vat with him In the ark Â¬ Â¬ iyBe snJ Nik ichk ThiB illustration shows tho size of typo and tho stylo of This is positively tho most valuablo edition of pages Biblo that has over been printed the The Breckenridge News offers the Teachers Oxford Bibles as a Premium to Subscribers in the United States but paper offor THESE BIBLES sell at 250 per volume everywhereGIFT OP 100 MADE tho publishers of this SUBSCRIBER it TO EACH NEW and a years subscription to The Bbeckenuidge News for 2 50 This magnificent offer should not bo ignored Send in your subscription to tho paper and an order for the Biblo right now IT IS THE OPPORTUNITY OF YOUR LIFE THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS of 214 feeding calves at 4c 08 exporters at 4 and 30 weanling calves at 24 50 another sale of 54 cattle at 4 c is given They will bo fed crushed corn until De- Â¬ CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY MiMgM use the descriptive terms half a crop or two thirds of a crop we should be careful to explain a little more clearly what wo mean by a full crop or an aver- Â¬ cember 25 when they will probably age Review Iowa Crop Service weigh 1125 pounds The imports of cattltt from old Mexico this year linye bpen 25 to 50 per cent GENERAL NFWS M lighter than in 1897 Some impprtera say that the heavy movement to the United States previous to July curtailed the sup- Â¬ The priests in Manila are fightinS Another opinion ply in old Mexico Aeuinaldo the insurgent chtettain and is that and the one most generally held be is losing much of his power Mexican owners are waltlrg for develop Â¬ Admiral Diwey now has a fleet in to Cuba ments in the trade in relation Pacific waters that iu fighting power is In an aero of corn planted in hills at second only to Englands fleets the usual width of rows there are a little France has backed down completely in over 3200 hills If each hill produces an the Fashoda affair and there will be no average of one good ear or two small war between her and England earn weighing twelve ounces ot corn and The Shorills are slow in making their cob the yield of that acre will Do thirty tax remittances to the State Treasurer four bushels or a little more than the only 180000 has been received thus far average yield of corn for the past fifteen The Kentucky monument to her dead years If each hill produces a singlo soldiers who wore the blue and the grey nubbin weighing eight ounces of corn will be unveiled at Cblckamauga Park and cob the yield will be two thirds or the 25th ol this month So when we 07 per cent of our average The mileage on the main line of the L H St L is valued for taxable pur- Â¬ poses at 10000 the mileageon the Irv ington branch at 3000 Cuban soldiers are suffering for want of proper food There is plenty all about them but the terms ot the protocol pre- Â¬ vent them from touching it The Texas legislature baa passed a law were unable to do her any good anil paying pension of 8 per month to all a finally pronounced it Cancer of a most Wo were greatly confederate soldiers who have lived in malignant type alarmed and gave her every remedy tho state continuously for eighteen years recommended but they did not seem A cure for consumption lias been to reach the disease and it continued to spread and grow Upon the advlco found Two patients have been saved of a friend she began to take S S S by Dr Murpheys treatment A charity and after a few bottles hao been used hospital has been thrown open to sufferers a decided improvement was notice and continuing the remedy she Wna from that disease at Chicago It will accured completely and tho permanence comodate 380 patients of the cure lias been proved as no sign A brasu mblder at Cleveland Ohio oi iiiq uisease una returned though ton who committed suicide by taking poison have elapmtl lull the following not My name Is rears MlDDtKHlfOOKB Smith lived in Boston and I am a braes Sparta Oa The cures made by wolder by trade Am out of work j let S 8 S are perma- Â¬ the gravedlgger do the rest nent It is the only The Austrian Emperor Francis Jos blood remedy which can cure obstinate eph whose wife was recently aseaeiuated axxkHliin deep seated blood by an auarchiet at Geneva ie about to uiseases uccauso it bo married sgiin Hie bride will be the is the only ono which aots on the Arch Duchee Maria Therese He has e UV correct nrincinle of been a widower about two mouths forcing out the poison and ridding the At Louisville the lawyers for 8allie system of it forever S S S never falls to cure the worst Rogers colored charged with warder will ask for a colored fesaale Jury It cases of Cancer Scrofula Catarrh EczemaOontaglousIUoodPolsonlthoo will be possible to have afemsle jury matlsra old sores ulcers etc It mat Â¬ though It 1 sol possible that the coait ters not what other remedies have been will saetala it The law does Bet pro Â¬ used in vain It is the onlj blood hibit it Juries shall be cottpoecd of remedy guaranteed sobar discreet howwlcwpew wording to the Keateoky statutes and contains not a partial ot potHf I A Man Came into our store tho other day and after buying a bill of goods said ho could save at least La - SGtt2 d Ten Dollars A month by trading at our store What ono man can do others can do also TRY IT AND SEE ii Romombor that wo keep on hands a full supply of NOTIONS OF tEVMffY KIND t NOT A t LITTLE t KAULT A young man who was a pupil at Hug by school was noted for his bad penman Â¬ ship When his teacher remonstrated Many men of genius have be replied written worse scrawls than I do It is not worth while to worry about bo trivial a Several years afterward this lad fault was an officer in the Kogllsh army do Â¬ ing service in the Crimean war Au or der that he copied for transmission was bo illegible that it was gven incorrectly to the troops aud the result was the loss of a great many bravo men So you see that it was not a small fault after all Whatever Is worth doing is worth do lng well is a good rule for everything In life Do Not Give Up in Deadly Cancer Cured at Last De- Â¬ Our Grocery Department Gontains everything good to eat i rp -- NOTHING- BUT - THE PUREST spair There is Hope tlioso so uufortunato as to havo this dreadful ailliotion havo con Â¬ sidered thomsolvoB boyond hopo of Tho doctors aro ab Â¬ recovery solutely unablo to afford any re liof and tho poor sufferor might well considor himself on the way to mi early gravo It is uow easy to seo why the doctors havo failed to cure Oaucor Their theories have boon all wrong and henco thoir treatment mis- Â¬ directed They havo made the mistuko of thinking that bv out ting out the soro or uloor known as Caucor the disoaso would be gotten rid of and the patient re Â¬ stored to health But tho orunl knifo accomplishes nothing for tho Oaucer promptly rotumsaud is always more virulont than boforo It has been demonstrated beyond doubt that Cancer is a blood disease and can not be cured by the surgeons 4 For ngos it has boon thought that Caucor is incurable and ZDIRTTO S v -- 3 Handled in tho Drue Department - wm T We give the highest cash price for Country Produce and we also give the boat bargains in trade forth i la Â¬ AfiO TWPNTV VPARS 4ivw a twdt V L YOU KNOW THE PLACE tw J rt eP Eli Dsan shipped 130 flna hoga to Cin Â¬ cinnati Tim Jordaas hoase near Wsbtter was baraed to the ground Loss heavy No Insurance Frank McGary was Married to Miss Kllea RkMiktf at the Cathelic Church September at Hardiastmrg oa Tudy AlfMNlU 99 1878 tirall ww IIry at Bwkmk awl MIm fettto M paked la jaaitlam at Um knife because the blood eon net be cut avtay Several year ago my wife had an uloor oa hor tongue whloh though an Â¬ noying wm Hot regarded Mrtowly at mercury arnlc or otbw mlMMk Valuable books on Oaaaer and kxl and bgn to It MtfiMd to 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