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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iiiwfpwynwffi v i- - il ELECTION THE BRECKENRIDUE NEWS ALL THE b NEXWS THATS KIT TO PRINT TEACHERS ASSOCIATION Very VOL XXIII Mississippi The Democrats elected everything as nsual Missouri The Democrats made a clean sweep and made a gain of several Con Â¬ gressmen Nebraska Fusion ticket wins by over 1000 Legislature Republican New Jersey Democrats gain one Con Â¬ gressman and perhaps two The Repub- Â¬ licans elected the Governor and the Legislature North Carolina The Democrats elect a solid delegation to Congress a big gain and carry both branches of the Legisla- Â¬ ture by large majorities Pennsylvania Tbe Republicans car- Â¬ ried the state but tho Democrats made big gains in Congressman New York Roosevelt is elected Gov- Â¬ ernor by about 16000 majority The Domoerats gained several Congressmen Seuth Carolina Tho Democratic state ticket was elected without opposition South Dakota Tho election returns show that it will take tbo official count to determine the result Tennessee McMillen elected Gover- Â¬ nor by 15000 majority The Legislature largely Democratic Texas State Democratic ticket elected by 260000 majority A solid Democrat- Â¬ ic Congressional delegation Virginia Democrats elect a solid Democratic delegation West Virginia Democrats carry tho state and elect tho Legislature and make gains of two Congressmen CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 16 1898 TOBACCO GROWERS In Kentucky Arc To Perfect NO 18 il Womcn Should Know It Many women suffer untold agony and misery becauro the nature of their disÂ¬ ease is not correctly understood They have been led to believe that womb trouble or female weakness of some sort is responsible for the many ills that be- Â¬ RETURNS Thi Results From all The ticky Districts States The following is tbo official statement of the vote In Breckenridge county as canvassed bytheTJoftrd of Election Com- missslonew L Ken- - an Interesting Program is to Organization WIH Rettwiw Prem All Over the United Ereot Tobacco Warehouses te Stere Their Product a - I v j feK MS The tobacco growers of Kentucky are being aronsed as they were never before Every State paper that has reached this office tho past week has had something to say about a State convention of tobac- Â¬ a 8 co growers and condemnation of the To- Â¬ V os v o 73 bacco Trust There can be no doubt Precincts that a proper interest will be aroused in ca time for tbe State meeting in this city Monday November 28 A dispatch from Mnnfordsvlllo says Mr A H 1 134 67 Uardiasbnrg No 1 Wood who started a movement to or- Â¬ 164 1 83 ii ganize the lobacQO growers to that they 101 7 05 60 0 60 Cloverport No can demand a fair price for their tobacco 61 57 3 is meoting with much encouragement ii ii 01 0 84 He has a number of letters from promin- Â¬ 31 2 76 Balltown 114 07 6 ent farmers all over the State and all of y 8tepboprt 107 1 73 Union Star Ho has not yet them favor the idea 3 60 28 Mooleyvilw met one who disapproves it He was CO 0 76 weoemr asked what they would do with tbe 11 Irvington U 33 poorer classes of people who when in 32 87 25 Bewleyvllle 37 32 0 Big 8pring need of money are compolled to and do 104 121 10 Coster eel their tobacco for what they can get 60 124 8 IlBdeeaville Prom New Zealand for it 7 He stated that an arrangement 64 40 29 McOaniels Reef ton New Zealand Nov 23 1800 71 69 12 would be made whereby this class coutd Glendeano 80 66 3 I am very pleased to state that since I deposit their tobacco in tbe warehouse Hoekvaleu took the agency of Chamberlains medi- Â¬ get money on their receipts as col- Â¬ 1376 1430 139 cines tbe sale has been very large more and lateral Mr Wood and his associates especially of the Cough Remedy In two will thoroughly form an organisation Kentucky ban elected ten out of eleven years I have sold more of this particular Democrats to tbe next Congress remedy then of all other makes of the Dr Bulls Cough Syrup cures the IntheFlraftllstrlct Wheeler defeated previous five years Aa to its efficacy wont cd In a day nop tho runnng of the orte Kee vesr Populist by at least 6175 I have been informed by scores of per- Â¬ breaVi the fever and banlihes all tendencies to-Â¬ In tho Second district Allen Demo-Â¬ sons of the good results they have re- Â¬ ward pneumonia It U the quickeit reliever and cratic bas won by a laige majority pro- Â¬ ceived from it and know its vaiuo from enrer of throat and lung dlteates bably 41G5 the use of it in my own household It is la the Third district Rheas majority so pleasant to take that we have to place over Creel will be at least 3000 the bottle beyond the reach of the chil- Â¬ In tbe Fourth district Smith has de Â¬ dren E J SCANTLEBOBY feated Blanford 4030 For sale by A R Fisher Cloverport In the Fifth district Oscar Turner wins R A Sbellman Stephensport oyer rEfade anU Hambrick having a plurality of 656 Eloquent Evangelist Preaches In the Sixth district Berry defeats Hardin by 4248 On the Souls Salvation In ibe Seventh district Settle wins over Donaldson by 6738 Baptist Church Crowded Dally With In the Eighth district Gilbert defeats Davidson by 1086 Saints and SlnHers In the Ninth district Williams is elect- Â¬ Frank Shellman has an Ear of ed over Pugh by 166 Corn Thats a Corker One of the most interesting religious la the Tenth district Fltxpatrick wins revivals ver conducted In Cloverport is - ovecSelts by 1487 now in progress at the Baptist church In- - the Eleventh district Boreing It Was Raised on Land In the Neigh 1 The meeting are being conducted by borhood of Sample Republican is elected oyer White Rev Francis Taylor of Louisville Independent Republican by 5C57 Rev Taylor is one of the most eloquent One of the best farmers in Brecken Oscar Turner Democrat defeated Evans Republican in Louisville on tbe ridge county is Frank Shellman of tbe evangelists of his denomination in Ken- Â¬ Sample neighborhood He thoroughly tucky He is a man of fine physique free Bilver ticket Alabama Tbe Democrats elected a understands the cultivation of corn and and of strong individuality His sermons are full of interest because gits such good reeults with his crop that solid delegation to Congress they are both pithy and pointed They California The Republicans carried he is willing to match with anybody Recently he read in the News that Mr deal with tho great questions that con- Â¬ tbe State by an increased majority Colorado The Democrats carried the Abe M Lutes bad found an ear of corn cerns mans salvation and he points out State by 90000 majority for Governor in his field that bad 1200 grains on it the truth so plainly that a wayfarer Mr Shellman had great faith in bis corn though blind can see aad elected the entire State ticket On Sunday the churches of other de Â¬ Connecticut The Republicans elected and he went out into the patch on a tour 43ongrewmeaia all ibe districts except of Investigation He was amply rewarded nominations discontinued regular ser one is doubt The present delegation is for he pulled three ears that beat Mr vices and all joined in union services at Lutes prize corn and broke the record tho Baptist church The house of wor- Â¬ all Republican One ear bad thirty rows that averaged ship was crowded both dunng the day Florida The Democrats swept the State The opposition will only have forty five grains to the row making a and evening Rev Taylor will preach this Wednes Â¬ total of 1360 the second ear bad 1288 five members in the Legislature Georgia Democrats elect a solid dele Â¬ grains and tbe third a yellow ear had a day afternoon on the subject of The Rsesurrection of tbe Dead Tomorrow total of 1300 grains gation to Congress Tbutsday afternoon he will preach on Mr Shellman is willing to give a pret Iowa The Republicans carry the State by 36000 Weaver Democrat is elected ty to the man who can produce ears of Heaven and How to Get There On Friday afternoon be speaks on the topic corn to beat this to Congress Shall We Know Each Other in Heav- Â¬ IIIIdoIs The Democrats gain five Con Â¬ gressman The Republicans win on the Infant mortality is something frightful en These sermons are wonderfully elo-Â¬ Nearly one quarter die before they reach State ticket and the Legislature Louisiana Tbe delegation to Congress one year one third before they are five quent and areo full of human interest and one half before hey are fifteen I The that no one should miss them They Is solidly DemocMtie fMaryJad-r-Th- e iDeraecfats gala two timely use of WHITES CREAM VER- take place at 3 oclock every afternoon OeagresssaeBraad carry Baltimore far the MIFUGE would save a maiorlty hi these and all are cordially invited to attend precious liyes Price 55 eta A R Fish Â¬ Night services every evening at 7 oclock first time in three years Massachusetts The Democrats gain er A Queer Medloiae tweCsMrressBlen Negro Shaetlsfl Sorape There is a medicine whose proprietors Miehkjaa The vote on Congree men At Leitchfield Thursday a negro do not claim to have discovered some k close in six districts The Republicans known as the Kid was shot in the hitherto unknown ingredient or that it elect the Goveraor Indiana The returns tedicate that the hack by James Saunders also colored is a cure all This honest medicine only into a fracas in that part of claims to cure certain diseases and that State i close The Democrats have The iwo gained several Congressmen and the Leg Â¬ town known as Africa when Saunders its ingredients are recognized by the shot him with a pistol The wound ie most skilled physicians as being the best islature is in doubt for Kidney and Bladder Diseases It Ohio The Republicans carry the thought to be a serious one is Foleys Kidney Cure A R Fisher State by aa Increased majority The front An Old Soldier Cloverport R A Sbellman Stephens Democrats bold their qwi on Congress Knox Ind Jan 14 1897 Gordon Hayues Patesyille E Gent Ml I have every confidence in portWitt A Mlaaeeeta The Indications are that recommending Hardissburg your 8yrup of Pepsin the Demerata have elected tbe Governor am 72 years of age aad am broken aad made a gain of Mveral Congressmen I Cewsiete Deaworuie Vletery down the trouble having been brought Oscar Miner Democrat bas been elect- Â¬ on by ray experience in The war Yqur A LITTLE SUFFERER medicine has done me more good than a ed State Senator from Crawford Peny hundred doctors aad I am just about and Spencer counties Indiana over Til Im Hands and Arms Covered VYIth well ef etomaeh troubles Groves Repnblican of Tobiaeport by Serefuleus Humors How a Curs over 300 majority Chas Mjler Demo Â¬ Years truly Jefferson Wllhelm I Was Effeeted crat is elected joint Reoresentatlve from When five years old my tittle hoy had Ferry and Crawford counties by 300 to FerdsvWe Assignment ere ale ea his face hands and arms It The entire Demoeratlo A R Oiler general merchant at 400 majority was wertt oa hi ohin although the sores For dsville made an assigameat Tuesday eoanty ticket in Perry county is elected a his eheeks aad hands were very baa It appeared la the form of red pimples of last week Liblllties about 4000 ar by a majority of from 200 up whlea would totsr break epea bad rem etsJlOW FT Gmither of Owena GsngW U Years thea seab over After disappearing boro aad Green Son of Louisville are I suffered for yean wit a coagh would bMkoetala They eaated lrfHt csejaitors L W Godsey was aad spent hundred of dollars with 4ec tateaee itchlng and the IHtle sufferarhad named assignee t be waUheU saaUaaaUy U Jceasi htm ton aad for medicine te bo avail antil I fceatsetataarat the sores We1 became need Dr Bells This My greatly atowwed at hla condition Those wha have not paid tholr town remedy makes wtak lans streag It wifes ataiher had had setefata and the baa saved my life J B Resell Gnats aaly awdMaa wblea bad helpd her was tax will please call and da so at oaee anj hwrx III Seeds BaMspaeiMa Ws decided to give save tbe six per cent penalty that ia lea it to ear boy a4 we noted aa Improve peeoti Mail wha have MotpaM by D A SaJotulM Revival ee W Abort Golleotor Meat ihW eaa very aooa After giving ember let Key T I itateUff is ooadaetiag a vary Mm tear bottles of Hoods Bamparilla A eoogh Knot like a fever It dees saesesslal revival at the Baptist ehaeh Mtahaaaer had all beea driven oat of his Mm e4 K has never sinee Mtaraed not have to ran a eertain eeane Care at Yflfdeville There have beea a Wkaiak Babk 41 Boath WUUaaw Bt it awtokiyaad effectually with Oae Mia twoive aidttlea to tbe eiiareh ataqpafh Cure tfe host raajajly k all Yea jSyfKpMpswaailHi l H J i HeV rseoHnaaaa u mooum k goea Wa w - jawm set womankind be Rendered Neuralgia nervousness headache puffy or dark circles under the eyes rheumatism a drsggng pain or dull ache The Brains of flcade and Brecken rldge Will be There in the back weakness or bearing down sensation profnse or scanty supply of urine with strong odor frequent desire The most interesting Teachers Asso- to pass it with scalding or burning sensa Â¬ tion sediment in it after standing In bottle or common glass for twenty four hours are signs of kleney and bladder trouble Tbe above symptons nro often attribut Â¬ naSMBnsflsHSSB BBBBBST ed by the patient herself or by her phy BHHHHaTBinBflBBBlSBSBlBBBfl9BBB sician to female weakness or womb trouble Hence so many fall to obtain relief becauso they are treating not the disease itself but a reflection of the primary cause which is kidney trouble Iu fact women as well as men are made miserable with kidney and bladder trouble and both need the same remedy Dr Kilmers Swamp Root is tho great discovery of the eminent kidney and iAPHBJEjMBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBJ bladder specialist and is easy to get at SpBBBBBW BBBBBBBBalyaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBl any drug store for fifty cents or one bbbbbbbsbK Mbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb1 dollar bbbbbbbbbbbCbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbi To prove its wonderful merits you may havo a Bample bottle and book telling all about it both sent absolutely free by r ROF J 11 B LOOAN mall Kindly mention the Breckknbidob News and send your address to Dr elation meeting ever held in this section Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y Â¬ k of the state will tako place at Irvington Saturday Nov 20 at 10 a m It is to be a conference oi tbe pedago-Â¬ gues ol Meade and Breckenridge coun Â¬ ties and as the program indicates there will be a feast of reason and a fl iw of soul Tbe teachers of this section are doing a grand work and the public to show its appreciation of their efforts should gath Â¬ er at Irvington and by its presence and sympathy show the teachers that the friends of education are numerous enough and strong enough to aid them elevate the profession of teaching to tho highest plane The following are the exercises rnooRAM Royal Baking Powder Made from pure cream of tartar Safeguards the food against alum HsiHflHHiHH NEW HRM RELIGIOU REVIVAL RECORD vsriivSON COBB TOILiILfSr ZK73T Desire to announce to the public that they are in your midst with a well selected stock of General Merchandise bought for Spot Cash at the lowest prices to be had Special pains were taken in selecting a stock of goods to meet the wants of the people Our selling prices are the lowest legitimate ones that can be made We will sell strictly for cash or produce and the same price to everybody Please do not ask us for credit for We we cannot run a credit business Our motto is Quick Sales and Small Profits haye come into your midst for a mutual benefit We hope to benefit you by carrying a stock of goods that you may select from and find what you want at a very low cash price and we hope you will benefit us by giving us a lioeral share of your patronage Everybody is very cordially invited to come to see us and examine our stock and prices If you do not find just what you want the first time please tell us what it is and we will get it We shall add to our assortment from time to time until our stock is complete We Cannot Give All Our Prices nm m m You Will Get Organization Alum baldng powxkn are the greatest Invocation IUvLtwIl Welcome Addreu menacers to health of the present day 1roL E C Crabbe Retponte A C Uurton lrof Proper Education For Glrlt aovM avuuwa swots oa new vork Mlia Adtlia Greenwood The Relation of the Pupil in School to Citiienthip J C Tucker Etaay MitiRuth Willttt Literal y Review DS Roberts Jr borne Great Teachers and Their Work Miss Florence Cain Recitation S George Hook K Harmon Penmanship Vocal Solo Higher Education Prof E C Crabbe Miu Marv Lewi Keadlnir How Supplemented W A btllh The County Government DW Rurch Life of W K Gladstone Paper Miss Mvra Hanks A S William Recitation Mill Maud Itrlmiler How the Teacher May Elevate the Taste of the V I Spaulding The Greatneu of the South Miss Ola MShumate District Thoughts by the Way Child Study Ed Goodnight UP McCubbins Itecltatlon Miss Myrtle Norman Missionary Work in Education Intellectual Arithmetic Eugene Gilliland Miss Myrtle Crutcher Miss Mona Price Miscellaneous Business Curiosity in Children Review Adjournment Miss Hilda Mattingly Pages Theory and Practice ol Teaching All who are in sympathy with the Simpson J KL 11 Quicks Educational Reformers Barch cause of education come out to Irving Â¬ Discussion J KJarboe E C Crabbe F A neavin ton and spend a pleasant day in a need- Â¬ Progress of Our School System S B Hancock ed cause Itecltatlon Miss Tennir Hamilton Home Influence Upon the School Milton Coke W D Asucraft Snpt The Secrets of Our Success at Arms Andrew Driskkll Supt C A Athcraft Professional and Personal Influence Prof J H Logan To Care Constipation Forever Current Events Gladstone Armenian Question Tako Cisuireta Candy Cathartic 10o or 230 and Klondike A G Ilurton Individuality in Teaching J II Pile If C O C fall to cure druggists refund money BREAKER but Name a Few That You May Have an Idea of What at Our Store DEY GOODS Hodsier Sheeting 3 A Sheeting GROCERIES We will make a special effort to keep what tho peoplo want in this lino and our prices aro such as1 will induce you to come to see us Wo mention a few bolow 17 lbs Granulated Sugar 8100 20 lbs Best Light Brown Sugar 100 11 lbs Good Green Coffee 8100 Best Rio Coffee 12c Arbuckles and Lovorings Package Coffoes cans PolkB Tomatoes 25c cans Polks Corn 25c A good Salmon 9c Light Weight Oysters 5c Rico Gc An Excellent Tea only 50c lb Beans 2 l 2c lb or 8135 bu Bacon 7c 7 l 2c and 8c 3 3 STOVES AND TINWAEE If you need a Heating Stove for Coal or Wood or a Cooking Stove come to see our lino A full lino of Tinwaro at exceptionally low prices It will surpriso you to see what low prices wo havo on a nico assortment of Â¬ A Good Bleach 6c por yard Better Grades Co to 7jc per yard Shirting Cottons So Go and 7c per yard All Wool Flannel 15o per yurd Doublo width all wool filling Dress Goods only 10c All colors A nice lino of Dress Goods in better grades including Novelties that are real bargains at our prices Calicoes best grades 4o and Best Table Oil Cloth 15o Floor Oil Cloth 20c A splendid Matting 15c by 3c tho tho bolt bolt by 4o Queensware and Glassware Nico Tumblers as low as 15c set Goblots down to 25c set 10c 5c HARDWARE Nails Fencing Wire and Staples Hinges Locks Axes Hatchets Braces and Bits Tablo and Pocket Cutlery Etc Etc If you need a nice Trunk or Valise wo have them An Eight Day Clock for 8225 NOTIONS A men lino of Silks Braids and Dress Trimmings Laces and Embroidories Window Shades complete with spring rol- Â¬ lers only 10c better grades 30c to 50c A splendid assortment of Handkerchiefs at 2 l 2o 5o 10c and 15c Laco CurtainB 60o 76c and 100 por pair A good Bed Blanket only 25c gt Lard 7 l 2c 3 bars Good Wash Soap for 5c CLOTHING Overcoats 8300 to 700 Silk Lined Clay Worsted Suits 8800 Other Suits 8400 and up Wo defy competition on Jeans Pants Doe Skin Jeans Pants 81 00 regular prico SADDLERY Wo will add a nico lino of this in a few days so you will not havo to go to any other market to buy your Saddles and Bridles Ladies Gapes and Hats Wo havo a nico lino of Capes from 75o to 8500 It will pay you to see these beforo you buy Wo iiavo some splendid values and i - vu i r tlon wu nl nuu lnn1 o Bomomiug nice i buiuui num Tho Btylos are tho latest Trimmed Hate our and the prices the lowest T COFFINS Wo havo a good assortment of Coffins Caskets and Shrouds and have had three years experience in trimming and we aro pre Â¬ pared to furnish anything in this line day or night at reasonable prices HATS AND CAPS A Lino of Winter Caps at 10c to 50o We can soil you a Hat at 25o and up to a4 ty 226 These soil regularly for 125 and 81 50 A splendid Doublo Front Overall for 50o Dont buy your Clothing until you seo our line 125 Extra Heavy Lined Jeans Pants 93c regu Â¬ lar price 8100 Heavy Lined JeanB Pants 75c Light Grade Lined Jeans Pants 50c BoyB Heavy Lined Jeans Pants 60c Mens Heavy Duck Coats 1100 Mens Heavy Waterproof Duck Coata 125 FURNITURE Wo have bought a car load of Furniture which will arrive in a very short time We can furnish you Chairs from the cheapest Ho A splendid assortment of Hometliing nice Rockers Safes Single and Double Kitchen Tables Extension Tables Center Tables Bureaus Bedsteads from 125 to 700 Par Â¬ lor BuiteB from 1500 to 2000 Folding Lounges Cotton Mattresses Woven Wiro Mattresses Etc Etc Dont fail to m our Furniture and all other House Furnishings when you are in need of anything of the kind Ask to seo our Hats and Caps SHOES SHOES Fine-Tar-Hoa- Gents Furnishing Goods A nice lino of Laundered Percale Shirts at Our 50c Whito Shirts are real unuorwuar xica uuwo owio bargains Socks Gloves Handkerchiefs Etc Etc 85o to 750 Hero is where wo can savo you some mon Â¬ ey A full line of Mens Womens Misses and Childs Shoes Mens and Boys Boots We can savo you money on your Shoes if you will come to seo us ness In conclusion wc wish to say we have come to remain with you and to do a legitimate mJfM3 Hatf Pitta jUry SfSVitti ltf We want to serve you in a way to merit your patronage Help us and we will hlp you Thanking ou in advance for your liberal patronage we are Yours respectfully busi- Â¬ rjr WILSON GOBB Jolly Ky v Breckenridge News -- YELffoVtfLAKE looking VALilllE I0K WLC raid- 32 Ti f Haf Wi 4 T 8 febbtge Editor vervbodvUs ud PrsprlsVri does 10 1898 out fet Pif Book on AH and fancy Work Given to The Brtckenrldge New feeders ft oEj- tA clerWi W1 y f Mr Willie Cannon is very much In Â¬ disposed this week Misses Marv and Lillian Storms are on the sick list this week Mrs John Compton has been com plaining for several days Miss Ellen Glasscock was unable to at Â¬ An Irish Republican near Ilardinsbtug tend school a fow days last week sends the Nbws a new version ot nn olil The election passed off very quietly BOBgl here the Democrats were well pleased load fifteen dollars In my Inside pocket do ye Mr Dolphle Rhodes has gotten able mind r to again resume bis work on the farm To me it was awarnlnj Rev Wm Gabe ot Hardlnsburg was Monday ntght I had a Jag aboard I bet on Charley out to see Mr Fred Cannon who is very Blanfordi sick last Sunday Devil a cent had I en Wednesday morning Mr Jim Dunn of Grayson county hss moved into Mr Clint Hunters proper Uniontown Is fortunate In her cilia n tyat McDanlels ship At the recent municipal election Miss Minnie Rhodes entertained sevher best citizens ran for the various city eral of her school friends with a candy offices and the result are that the most party a few nights ago Mr Bob Rhodes Is willing to accept enterprising men of the city have been mayor all late improvements on his lung tester elected R W Orabb the new and thinks his latest a grand success is an ex Confederate soldier He is a Mr John Fuller will move to Mr Tom patriotic pub- Franks right soon and Mr Jim May splendid business man a lic spirited citizen whoso whole aim will will take Mr Fullers placo at Willie manner that will Cannons be to do his dutv in Messrs Luther and Oscar McMulIln conserve the best interests of his city spend- Â¬ Oloverports con- Â¬ of Roberts Henderson county are Dr R Unlontown heres ing Boraetlme with their brother gratulations H McMulIln Guess Thomas Moore Is wondering If you have sorethroat soreness across what immense joke the Literary Journal night the back or side or your lungs ieel sore will have on him next Wedn sday of our escapes the witticism or tender or you are threatened with as he never editors diptherla or pneumonia apply BAL Mrs Fred Fralze who got badly crip LARDS SNOW LINIMENT externally pled at Mr Tom Cannons stood her re- Â¬ and use BALLARD 8 HOREIIOUND moval home very well after several days and is not suffering so much now but is SYRUP A R Fisher still unable to help herself any Mrs Jennie Drury and little son Edwin GLENDEANE of Knotteville Davltss county MihseB Ronle and Anastacia and Mr Ell Mat Â¬ tingly of Kirk visited at their uncles Children have chicken pox Sunday Sherman Livingston has roturned from Mr Frank Rhodes last The sale of Mr Jim Glasscock late Oklahoma place at his home near Bill Hensley was here last week buy Â¬ deceased took Saturday Stock of all McDaniels last ing tobacco kinds household gjods and land all sold Matheneys aged father is quite ill for good prices Mr Frank Glasscock Mr at this writing buying the farm Mies Nannie Fisher is upending this Another one of our aged citizens gone week at Garfield from our midst Uncle Jimmy Pool who Mrs A R Fisher Cloverport Is visit has been an invalid for several years bid ing relatives here adieu to earth Nov 3rd and was laid to Bro Rutledge didnt reach his appoint rest in St Anthonye cemetery last Fri Â¬ day He was a good pious old man and ments I we Sunday body reposes beneath whilst Dr Dempster and Dick Owen went to we trust his soulhis with God is the clay Hardlnsburg Monday Everybody had a pleasant time out at Miss Halite Moorman visited at lie the Literary last Wednesday night Our Quady Saturday and Sunday three adjoininc schools those of Misses Mrs Joe Mattingly will be in Hardins Lizzie Coomes Mary Mattingly and Mrs burg two or three days this week Tom Woosley were represented and Misses Mary and Nellie Moorman visit Â¬ ueiy pupil did credit to tuemseives anu Sunday ed Miss Amanda Deane teachors Our teachers themselves and Misses Ella Robertson and Monna Beveral out of the schools are untiring in Hunter went to Hardlnsburg Saturday their nflnrtH to make the society both en tertaining and beneficial and whilst Miss Nellie Hook of Hardinsburg Mrs Rod Mattingly everv thine is cointrin such nice harmo visited her sister ny we must say our Literary is a success list week What a dreary November day Miss Alma Mattlnglv and Miss Lulu AKlobmyiky The moaning wind Vessels went to John Rhodes Friday to The leaves fall to decay yisit till Monday and Charley Deane returned John Thousands of men and women suffer from Louisville Saturday night and Sun- Â¬ from piles especially women with female day respectively Aunt Polly Smith is visiting her son weakness have this suffering to con John Henry Smith She will return to tend with iu addition to their other Btuas after her visit Is finished pains TABLERS BUCKEYE PILE Miss Mary Moorman and Miss Irene OINTMENT will quickly effect a cure Board went up to Planters Hall Friday Price 50 eta In bottles tubes 75 cts A night to visit Mrs W R Moorman at the R Fisher Firo in some worthless material sawmill caused considerable excitement LEWISPORT but did no damage Saturday night will lecture here The Rev Crocker Particulars next week Thanksgiving EVERYBOBY WELCOME Get ready to near him or youll regret it S TO OUR Jesse Harned full of business polite- Â¬ ness and winning gentlemanly qualities 1 was here Saturday for his firm J M Robinson Co Miss Monna Hunter accompanied by OF one of her pupils Mr Guthrie Tucker 1 down from Buras Friday evening 1 came and remained till Sunday Luther Ashley has a new gnnone of the finest in the country and is anxiously TO TAKE PLACE awaiting the time when bird life will be the most uncertain of all things 1 10 Mrs Lucy Hunter and her guests Mrs Herrill and Mrs Sue Mercer and some others whose names we failed to get H S PATTERSON spent Saturday at Squire James Moo- Â¬ rmans Rome Shrewsbury of Owensboro was here last Friday Rome is well known Hunting is all the go here now in both Breckenridee and Grayson Subscribe for the BiieckehmdokNkws counties Ho has lately moved from of the News Col John D Babbage LeltchOeld to OwenBboro Master Coleman Mattitgly seems to was here Friday Geo Bayley the Louisville candy have the hustle of Ids father the ever moving Joe Mattingly Coleman took a man was here Saturday mans place and drove four mules all day Waitman and Taylor have bought 18 Saturday He hauled as many logs and 000 bushels of corn In this territory as big ones as any of the men Mrs J 0 Pell Jr is visiting her sister Mrs Henry Mason this week at Evans Dr Bulli Cough Syrup that mar- - ville veloui medicine lor throat and lung troubles Several of our farmers have sold their quickly relieve and cures the painful breathing and tobacco to Owensboro parties at prices dangerous sounding cough Indicative of congestof 7 7 and 1 ed lungs No other remedy is Its equal A Mr Greyson representing W Guenther Hardware Owensboro was BIG SPRING here Monday Mr Blevlngsof Henderson Ky has Mr Ran Olarkiion was in Louisville charge of the telegraph office this week Kinch having gone hunting ast week with a load of stock Jesse Keys who has charge of the Mr Jack Sttth of Mays Grove was the pump house on the railroad is danger- Â¬ guest of Bob Miller Sunday ously ill at the Smith Hotel Dr Ray and wife of Rome Ky are Born to the wife of Geo W Taylor here visiting her parents Bro Walton Jr Sunday Nov 13th a 12 11 boy Geo and wife could hardly btay on the ground Sun Â¬ Mr Foster Lyons Jr of Irvington day came up Saturday and was the guest oi Forrest Gordon of Patesville repre Â¬ Miss llortense Miller Mrs Dick Dowell and daughter Edna senting the Patterson Tobacco Co of visited her nephew Clint Mosubogger of Lynchburg Ya called on our merchants Friday Irvington last Friday Remember the play at the I 0 O F Miss Saphronta Clarkson a charming young lady returned to her home at Hall given for the benefit of Starlight Lodge No 64 A 0 U W on Thanks Â¬ Elizauethtown last Wednesday Mr Kins Miller and family were the giving eve guest of her parents Mr and Mrs Mar Â¬ Have you subscribed for the best coun- Â¬ ty paper in the state of Kentucky tin last Saturday and Sunday If Martin are filling not rll on H 8 Patterson and subscribe Messrs Doran for the BitKCKBNBiDaK News groceries their Btore with the choicest of and their prices are rock bottom The bird law was out Tuesday and Mr and Mrs Meyer were called to several of our local sports could be seen Louisville Saturday on account of the early Tuesday niorulne with gUns pistols death of Mrs Wolf Mrs Meyers mother cheeso and crackers and to hayo Miss Bettle Clarkson aud Zalma a days sport returned from Brandenburg fitrother Mr Henry Walker of Louisville and last Friday after a weeks vlalt with Miss Carrie Yeieer of Owensboro went friends married in the latter city on Saturday Miaa Ruby Miller after several weeks Nov 12th 1808 The couple are well stay with friends and relatives at Cecilia known here and have the best wishes of has returned home accompanied by Mr this community Harve Jenkins of Glendale If you are suflering from drowsiness in Delays Are Dangerous Irritability of temper sleep the of your friends or people whom less da time Many nights general debility headache Â¬ yon know of have contracted consumpand general want of tone of he system tion pneumonia or other fatal disease by use HEttlUNE You will get relief and neglect of a simple cold or cough FoÂ¬ finally a cure Price 50 eta A It Honey and Tar a safe sure and leys Ffeher pleasant cough medicine would have A It saved them It la guarantee Overcome evil with good Overcome Flhsr Cloverport R A Qhelliaaa your cmiu hs and cold with One Minute tKeplwMports Gorcta Ilaysee Patee Coplf Cure AH3 H01 cWJdfw try vjHe J A Witt HardltMburg for it It carea croup bronchitis pneu moflla grippe and all throat and lung 0 Minute Cough Cure ur diioMM ffliort fc Haytwe jftMt It wlwi It WH mu4Utj WEDNESDAY NOV SIX PAGES Â¬ Mr Nella Daggett editor of The Horn has pub llihed new edition uilicr book Fancy Work nnd Art Decoration giving practical Instructions lur making doilies table covers scarfs truy cloths pin I his hook cuthinns etc etc with to illustration together with Sncxesiftil Home Die k fill he sen fies la any render f the Nw vllilirsrls the attached coupon and a J ccnt stamp U Wells Richardson Co Ilurlington Vt Thl liberal hirer It made to advertise the reliable Mo 1130 Diamond Coupon Dyes odd to get their Send this with a s cent book Into the hands of stamp to Wells diehard women who want to son Co Ilurlington dress well b making V- t- and receive by mall their old clothing look one copy each of lsnci new Work nnd llome Dye Diamond Dves are ing j prepared specially for ninn use anu arw practical and simple They make fast colors and are a superior to any other method of homed ylmr Send Tor the books to day They wll help yon In making Christmas gifts etc BRANDENBURG Mrs S P Wo6lfolk I am sorry to say isquitoslck Services at all the churches last Sun- Â¬ day I am still unable to bo out Mis Mary Lewis is with her sister Mrs Jesso Horndon near Irvington Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Grand Opening XMAS GOODS Saturday Dee Â¬ Little Marrlenne Howard and Mildred Yeakel are recovering from pneumonia Mr and Mrs Swan were guests of Judge 0 0 Fairleigh and wife last Sun day Misses Sue and Bess Neil visited their auntMra Lee Hsgtr last Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs G H Casperke enter Â¬ tained Mr and Mrs Allen Armstrong at dinner Sunday Mr and Mrs W F Grlnnoll spent Sunday at Arlington with Mr and Mrs Thomas II Ditto Dr and Mrs D 0 Fusey entertained Mr and Mrs Allen Armstrong at tea last Friday evening Mrs Ned Reese has returned to Ohio Her mother Mrs J K Ditto accom- Â¬ panied her to Louisville I am obliged to the Webster corres- Â¬ pondent for appreciation of this column 1 certainly enjoy tho Webster Items We do hear ot another trousseau being In course of preparation hut cannot vouch for the entire reliability thereof Mrs Blanch Fontaine and her nieces Misses Bess Allen ami Edith Ostrander entertained the Aid Social on last Fri- Â¬ day night I notice tho Evening Post copied my good opinion of it as expressed in last weeks News I like a fearless man when ho is in the right Mrs W H Gough Mrs J D Hardin Mrs W F Grinnell and Miss Agnes Malln made a pleasant party to Louisville last week shopping Bro Litchfield Rave way last Sunday night and there was service at the Bap Â¬ tist church by Bro Jenkins who is much improved in health and appearance Miss Wathena Hamilton writes beauti- Â¬ ful letters lrom Kentucky College She is particularly interested iu old English literature which she says reads like another language Tho colored circle of ttie Methodist church gave quite n creditable entertalu ment last week I chaperoned a box party of our girls to the performance and we were surprised at the pre gram Misses Mary Van Cleave Kate and Irma Gordon will bid farewell to their hosts of friends this week after a delight- Â¬ ful stay with Miss Maydee Pusey Tuoy have received much social attention and ato prime favorites Keep the boys and girls in school John Knox says That ilka scholar is something addod to the riches of the There are not many commonwealth scholars but we might have one from old Brandenburg again Miss Mabel Harden one of our faireBt damBels was hostess lost Saturday even i ng or the visit ug ttrarg rs of our to wr Her parlor is ont of the most capacious in town It was full of society belles and beaux who enjoyed music and games I am in receipt of the New England Conservatory Magazine for October In Class it I find many items of interest Instruction in Music is ably gotten np and ia an article that every progressive teacher should advocato and put into practice Mr Knotts reply to Mr Haldeman was a manly courteous straight forward one Mr Haldeman I imiiglno kept the editor of the PoBt on the Courier Journal staff because ho was umost valuable aid A man with brains and pluck is usually In demand Mrs Jefferson Davis will prepare a biography of her daughter Winnie if the proceeds from it will go towards a monument for Miss Davis memory It does seem that Daughter of the Confed- Â¬ eracy Bhould have a monument reared Ly loving hearts and willing hands A Thanksgiving entertainment on Thanksgiving ave by the pupils of Brand Â¬ enburg Normal is the next thing on the Yes it means work and troub Â¬ Crogram also a renewing of my own youth for the time being and living over again the joys of the days when life went aMaying for me If Mr E F M Benocke in his re view of Greek poetry 1b correct in saying that there was no intellectual compan- Â¬ ionship botween men and women of that age no romantic sentiment between man auu wile no chivalrous love lrom man to woman let ui all thank Fate wo llyo in a more modern ngo Mrs Rachel Frymlre of near Ekron was burled last Suuday at the old home stead the Frymlre place She was grand- moiuer oi Airs June Drown anu an aunt of Mrs Lizzie Board She had suffered a stroke of paralysis several months snce She was an excellent woman nnd one that had many friends Well now really you oxpaiiBion rlrls of this old town did you ever g t UM That perfectly immense bouquet that trio threw me last week I am not one bit like Charity since I am to so puffed up vauuted But now you same expansion girls what do yon suppose the trio wish me to do Which one of you must I talk to and for whom I must be sum Im right nnd then go ahead But Im real flad they dont consider me old thats so comfortirg Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ to swotdMa yo know Wbo is past half century pluses with souio jj TiiKBkee boys It seemed to me tub NxwswMnnMU ally interesting lost week especially the correspondents communications Do I I never miss one I read all ot thtm enjoyed IrvlngtoiiV idurts on clubs Yes we am all glad that all women aro not Mrs Jellybys nor all men Mr Jelly by though I never enjoyed anything more In my lilo than whoti I read those incidents by a writer who understands human nature to a dot aud then 1 want particularly to shake bauds with hor on No Indeed the guutleinan uuoatiuu moiii does not inaki a polished gentle Â¬ man and an uneducated mau can bo a veritablo Cliestetfiold if be possesses the other essentials I remember once we were discusslog what constitutes n trur gentleman ana D W Fairleigh a pn A good heart a uounced type said man willing to make allowances a mau wno never snubs and above all ond who places a good woman on a pedestal and ever shows her homage that is a No perfect gentle Â¬ Good gentleman man eyer shows a lady the sligUtest die respect When she enters a crowded house he assists hor to a seat or resigns his He raises his hat to her under any Ho makes no remarks circumstances about her he would not havo made of his mother or wife We have plenty of them We all can spot them and we can spot the others 1 j0 jt r y v u organs to their natural vigor It encourages and promotes the secre- Â¬ tions of the hair follicles and thus gray or faded hair regains its original coior new grtrwin begins and lost lus- Â¬ tre Is restored IVW I have used When is Indicated by Us condition the natural secretions decrease f tofien the hair becomes dry splits al the ends and comes out IncdnmAg when ttedtosi disappears and the hair be Â¬ comes gray or faded the ill health of The success of the hair is indicated AVERS HAIR VIGOR Is due to the fad thai it restores the halt-pro-daci- ng Come Quick Dress CAPES rVJHvida i We havo just received from Now York - 5D of those 27 inch Astrackan and Cloth Capes with Thibet fur down tho front aud on storm collar at i J i Wo have just received from tho Tast 4 f a i xr i A Few Pieces All Wodl 32 inch Dr6ss Goads in now red Tiew blue and green novelty styleB that itre Belling for Bismarki Iron Nervo Was the result of his splendid health Indomitable will and tremendous energy are not found whero Stomach Liver Kidneys and Bowels are out of order It you want these qualities and the succcbj they bring use Dr Kings New Life Pills They develope every power of brain and body Only 26c at Short Haynes drug store ft Jiyers 150 EACH That is well worth 2750 of x anybodys monoy Thoywont remain long in stock at that price PER YARD mm W2 wnjm i IRVINGTON Mrs Jonas who has been quite sick is convalesing Mrs Dr Baechtold returned from Louisville last Thursday 0 F Redman our popular operator went to Louisville Saturday Mrs Sam Keys returned Tuesday from a visit of several days to Lodiburg Four of J B Herndons children are confined to the houso with mumps Mr and Mrs George Lyddan were the guests of R E Hawed and wife Sunday MesdamesFlagoand Kendrlck Wathen dined with Mrs R E Hawes last Mon- Â¬ day Miss Lona Rhodes has returned from a pleasant visit to her relatives in Glen deane Mr and Mrs Joe Philips of Chicago are visiting tho family of F H Mt Gehee Dr P W Foote Is still confined at home with fever and trouble of a sciatic nature I C Adair and wfe and WmCamp and wife of Fordsville were in town y Sunday eveninir waapresenfat the sale A large crowd ot the personal property oi W J Moss berger Saturday Rev Croker filled his regular appoint ment at tne isaptist church Hunuay morning and evening Uev J T Lewis who is conducting a series of meetings at Walnut Grove was with hia family Tuesday Quito a number from this place attend Â¬ ed the funeral Sunday afternoon of Mrs Wm Drury of Bewleyvllle Mrs Perry Weaver of Louisyillespent Monday and Tuesday with her paronts Mr and Mrs Bate Washington Mr nnd Mrs Harry Major returned to their home in Louisville from Bate Washingtons where their son- - has been quite ill Miss Nellie Herndon of Missouri will be tho Luest of Mrs J R Wimp thfs ween anu next weeic sue win do the guest of Miss Bettle McGehee Capt J M Phillips and wife of thlcago who are visiting inenua ana relatives of various points in Kentucky have just left F H McGehees for Long Branch Owing to the inclemency of the weather Sunday a very few persons wereTout to hear Key Croker who has been pfl for a month helping Bro Lewis in a protracted meeting The members of the fortnightly will meet at the college building on Satur Â¬ day Nov 10 The program is the same R9 published Inst week since no meeting was held on Saturday We extend to Mrs R B McGIothlan and family our sympathy in their sor- Â¬ row They are indeed bereft both father and mother taken in two shott months Verily the ways of Providence aro past finding out Robert Hentlricb ono of the oldest citizens of the Sandy Hill neighborhood died last Wednesday morning of old age The deceased was a conscientious Christian being a member of the Sandy Hill Baptist church a number of years He leaves a wlfo eight chlrldren and a boat of fiiends who mourn his loss While we are in the expansive niool why shouldnt wo annex some spot in darknest Africa It would be suitable territory upon which to colonize the troublesome Noith Carolinians who con- Â¬ tinue this race war It might be a little difficult to find congenial neighbors for them as the missionaries have Injected some crude ideas of Christianity in thr mimh of most of the savage tribes of Conneticut has Miss Partridge assumed charge of the music department at the college The class Is small owing to the fact that there are several good It is teachers in the neighborhood expected that tho classes in elocution and physical culture will bo large The latter Is being taught to the primary and Miss Putriditf intermediate pupils comes highly recommended from thr Boston school of oratory The Rubalyat of Oman Kahyyam the astronomer poet oi nrsin una long Deep known and lovtd by a fow The many are now beginning tn appreciate lit beauty and mystery I recall to mind two verses which cling to one with pecu Â¬ liar force The happiness or misery which we are capable of making for ourr sves both now ami hereafter are expressed In the following yrse 5 Â¬ Â¬ for fifteen year It causes hehairto keeplta natural oforandlsaDosItlvecuro T B for baldness WEYANT Weyant Pa Vor And would bo cheap any time and anywhere at 35c THE FAIR THE FAIR Peace Commtrislon to decide who should be arbitrator The recont elections wero as quiet as we expect them nil to be when women are permitted to exercise their right ot Buffersge If it be true that ns he west gues so goes the union wo may expect the woman sufferage movement to penetrate to tbeso deestricts before THE FAIR Oloverports Leading One Price House many years Woman herself is no w the most powerful factor against its recogul wauteu it tiou JI lovely woman very badly it wouldnt be long until she had persuaded chivalrous southern gen Â¬ tlemen to permit her to exercise her constitutional right Wyomipg women have been voting for twenty five yeais although thoy never asked to be crowned with tuu glory and dignity of citizenship the men of this commonwealth granted them a free exercise of their right In Utah woman Bufferago seems to be a complete success In Idaho the enfran Â¬ chisement of women is so recent that the newly made citizbs have hardly realized their new responsibilities In the recent battle in California tho south- Â¬ ern and centralportioiiH voted solidly to bestow Hhe rigliUi of citizenship upon the women but the movement was defeated by the liquor men of San FranciB co In ColoruUo the wonjan Buffurage tncYement stahds for reform Alftilay has whisky um driven from many towns nnd liquor dealers vlew tie pros- Â¬ pect with astonishment and larm In so far as it is probable that thu eufran- chismoht of women would effect Sweep ing reforms we welcome the day when every state in the union will bestow the golry of citizenship upon its women Â¬ Â¬ FREE Beautiful Oil Paintintr handsomoly framed with 1000 purchases Notcom Uome ana polled tobuy all at one time get a card I Will be the Big Money Raising Salo of Wilson Jones By becomber 10 we have to raise a largo sum of money in order to meet some heavy bills Never before jiavo goods been Bold as low as they will be sold for 30 days beginning November 10 VVe aro going to make prices lower than it is honestly right for us toinako 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 bnt then she will have to go for this time Come and examine our goods and prices and you will see that we are in a class to ourselves when it cqtnea to saving you money UNPARALLELED CLOTHING CLOTHING I CLOTHING Wo are not the Only pebbles on the beach when it comes to tuts class of goods bnt theu we aro the 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 maUe and lined throughout This sells the world over at 1 25 Our No 1300 Jeans Pant is onetlat retails everywhere for 85c this we are going to give you at C9c It Vdirt cheap We will also sell you a good Jeans Pant lined throughout for 48c we hate to do it but let em rip Our f 150 Jeans Coat is a regular 200 seller Do not fail to see our 75c Duck Coat worth 100 For 1 25 we will sull you an Extra Ifuavy Duck Coat rubber lined throughout including sleeves On ail tyults and Overcoats that are in our Mammoth Stock we will during this snip allow 20 per cdrit discount off of regular pric Heretofore we have paid but little attention Volcanic Eruptions to Tailor Made Bulla and Pants but from n6w oil we are going after this trade for Are grand but Skin Eruptions rob life keeps Mr Harry Stum will have charge of this department and cannot bo beaten in giving genteel fits Get our prices aud see our samples and we are sure we can of joy Bucklens Arnica Salve cures please you A big line of Mackintoshec lower than ever hoard of before We start them also Old Running aud Fqyqr them at 1 35 this is really worth 175 Do yon ned a nic t Sunday pant If yon do come along and get them at the following cut piice Oiir 1 00 Parit at 70c Sores Ulcers Boils Corn Felons 1 25 Pant for 98o 175 Pant for 1 38 2 00 Pant for 1 67 150 Pant lor 123 Warts Cuts Bruises Burns Scalds J2 25 Pant for 1 70 2 60 Pant for 108 2 75 Pant fcr 2 23 3 00 Pant for 2 43 Chapped Hands Chilblains Best Pile 3 25 Pant for 2 C8 3 60 Pant for 2 83 3 75 Pant for 3 00 4 00 Pant for 3 10 cure on earth Drives out Pains and Aches Only 25 cts u box Cure guar- Â¬ anteed Sold by Short k Hayneii Drug Â¬ gists SHOES SHOES SHOES We re loaded down to the guards and want your help so we can unload Especially is this the case in Rubbers and Heavy Polkas During this sale we will A SPLENOID SHOW sell you Missps Rubbers for 20c Ladies Rubbers for 25c Mens Rubbers for 40c for 38c worth 60cj Youths 912 for 43c worth 00c Childs Heavy Shoes Tony The Convict To Be Rendered at Misses 132 for 48c worth 70o Ladiear3 8 for 03c worth 85c See ounrjdda and ends oai3argnln Counter choice for COc worth 85a to 1 25 68 Lewlsport One of the most brilliant events of the season will be the entertainment to be given at the Odd Fellows Hall Lewis Queensvare Stoves Messrs I Queensware Stoves I I Lumber Groceries Dest llacon Granulated Sugar I We ate badly overstocked on nirnware and GUrsivere and during this sale we will five twenty percent off ol regular price Entirely too many Cook and lleatlna Stores and Just t get lid of them we put lie Vnl- to them too So they go at fifteen per cent discount Lumber port on Thauktgtvlrg night Thursday Nov 24 Yes we have a carload as nice as you ereriaaw at the very lowest prices Also a lot of Iron Roof 1 log Gutiering and Lead Tnugnt l r 1 Groceries v The Lewlsport Dramatic club will give a realistic rendition of that exciting drama entitled Toiiy The OouvlctV The title role will be interpreted by Wm B Miller who pot tews tl espian abili Â¬ ties of a very hitrli orlt r He will be as Â¬ sisted by tho brightest local talent Tb company has been rehearsing for weeks and has ftcchieved wonderful success The play will be a treat to all who attend One of the features of thy program will be a concert by tho Ltjwispurt cornet band which Is conceded to bo on of the b at musical organizations in Northern Kentucky Harry Stum and Oharley Ford I Now we trika yno where jou live Dont fall to cad carefully Wc will save lOti money 1 t rosfcr cc f Are now with us and they cordially Invite alt their frleadsand customeis to come in to sea thtm Just received a lare consltnment of handsome ones vmr cheap and stylish Do not I ail to lee our Kiegant Plush Cape for f 450 Oapes and Jackets Coal Oil Nails ao tofo Kerf j aolbiIor tioo tic ice and soc per gal 1 17 lbs for i 00 No 1 3 liars uooa soap tpr Halt Coarse or 1ine t vt Batting I 1 -T- J-il0 V 195 jc ItiPo ioo r8j Yoursi Vory Truly DeWitf s Witch Hazel Salve Cures Piles Scalds burns WILSON FORDSVILLE JONES KENTUOKY r - Glad to See You Visitors to Louisville will find this store just the spot to como to A fine largo building stockod with hun- Â¬ dreds of dollars worth of and all the merchandise conveniences craved by the weary traveler a place to have your bundles checked place tQ have your pack ages sent resting placos throughout the store and material for writing at your disposal Our corps of po lito salesmen will use all their efforts to make you fool at homo Hayont we someone who is working for us that is from your county Our men are from most every county in tho State Always Right IN STYLE QUALITY AND PRICE ARE THE GOODS BOUGHT AT HESTON Just now you will find a WILLIS niafflcntTsecWn3f rrcj JLVJJL JeJsy JaV X0JLJLtkO vr - liit taJ Fortify the Body against disease by Tutts Liver Pills an abso- Â¬ lute cure for sick headache dys- Â¬ pepsia sour stomach malaria constipation jaundice bilious- Â¬ ness and all kindred troubles Strong Fortification Cold Weather t JUKU1CB on on Undue estimate of one importance tent my soul through the nylslble Some letter of tint Itrlif to spell Anil by and by my soul rttu nad and answrrcq I myself amlleavn and hell The following puts Bn effective check I a y JUT W JLKJJB tn 1 UAUIUUet j m Cap - The Fly wheel of Life DrTutt Your Liver Pills are the fly wheel of life I shall ever be grateful for the accident that brought them to my notice I feel asif had a new lease of life Fairleigh Platte Cannon Col Tajt Liver Pills arWtftvUeei Ill lttrrnsltisslfrnm that bowl has poured Mill Ions of bubbles like us siut wilt pour So Spain ie willing to leave the Pliilll pine question toarbltration The hour has pasead for arbitration That is the resort aLelore battles are fought am blood shed Spains choice of an utnplrrj the Kmporor William would hardly suit Uncle Sam Tiue ve have but little against bis imprul majesty if aa the stnall boy said aa wouid only trim the England would horns ol hie muUch be our choice aa arbitrator but Spain lisWHtt forgotten thafKngUwd iu the late conflict rather tJUeotirsVjtcd the Powers from lttWriwrlBg with a aaplbipPJ whk its We wt eetterMu the And fear not lest existence dosing your account And tninr should know the like no mote LEVY BROS Third and Market Louifevllle ClothlHKi Heary Drew Goodi Underwear for tle leaion Blanketi qomforttf t TBed Rock Crfoeji and overything to rob the winter of its colli f Ky Hats and Fur nislijiiK Gopda for Man and Hoys and Shoes forEvryBody- are always right if you go to XJJU OliUaUOi Btyie dwwuaded by the trU r Yfe It tishjIU iniMitiia fo fw itjai HestpnWillisGomp - rrTimi Breckenridge J- j tuwyjiin J M HARDIN Brandenburg Ky News lav A QUEER CHARACTER - n AN ANGRY Is Subdued J WKDNKtujCOy H WITH NAPOLEON A j lj Prevle AgaliteH 1808 S3 6 Bettii Burled In Oratuid At Waterloo Was This Chicago Who Died Recently u V i f - When Napoleon Bonaparte rrxlo to Waterloo one of his liveliest drummer boys km Joeopluliebort who died Tues Â¬ day at the home of Ida daughter Mrs a tJhealer 020 West Congress street Mr Hebert was born in Throe Rivers Que- Â¬ bec in 1700 and when sixteen years of age he went with a number of French Hien who had enlisted to right nnder the Liltfe Corpora Thus he witnessed Napoleons crushing defeat by the allied armies Hebert then returned to Canada and lived there at bis old home tor a number of years Eighteeu years ago lie came to Chicago He enjoyed the best of heattli Dr Bulls Cough Syrup has saved cute until a abort time before bis death Mr many aide Hun always be relied on to gives nd whooping Hebert was tho fnthor of ten children the dangirnus croup should be couKh It kept In ereryhome Immediate relief and four of whom are still living Chicago It only costs 15c a bottle Record Royal Yachtsmen The Beit Flatter The German Emperor and the Prince A piece of flannel dampened with GhamberlainrlaiH Balm and bonnd on of Wales are enthusiastic yachtsmen and to the aflecleTparts Iseuperlor to aYiy tifeTr hitters are among tbe fastest in plaster When troubled with a pain in Enrobe Tbe Kins of the Belgians en- j Joyeusea- - life and takes Jong summer tbechetpr6ldepxalamejjackiv0 a trial You are certain to be more than cruises iu his steam yacht The liar islwres the same taste The King ol ploasedwUb pjompt jelefwhloh it is also a certain euro Sweden is rarely off his yacht darlugihe FBalgbyAfltFlsh wtnmor Un VmlAa erCloverport R A Shellman Btoph Bjtlt and Bmete Toaj I Ife Ausr ensport JoulToWri enJTfy boning -- Reuben J Bmlth seventy years old and eccentric has built for himself In the town cemetery of Amesbury Mass n tomb as he always has had a dread of being burled is tlw ground The foun dfttlou of the tomb is Jnick Oa this is an arched house like brick tomb laid in cemnt the walla of which are a foot thick The brick structure is encased iu marble threo Inches thlckr Tho marble panels are set Into corner pilasters There are Boveral five inch pilasters at each bIuY ret into the brick bo that it is im- Â¬ possible to pull the marble from the brickwork without taking tbe brickwork with it The Joints are laid in plaster of parls and cement At the front swings an inch thick steel door The earcopha gus is ten leet long six feet wide and seven feet high to pitch of roof Clevelands Popular WILDCAT Evangelist by a Handful of Red Pepper Olves Victory t IN K WILDCK 028 Fourth 8U Louisville Ky bank OP HARDIN IRVINGTON WILDER IDEUDsTTISTS Every WcdncHdny and Thursday uftcr the Fourth Monday In Ench Month Difficult work puch as Bridges and Crowns a specialty Latest appliances used Good work guaranteed HAEDINSBUEG B F BEAKD President WILL MILLER Vice President M II BEAKD Cashier O W BEARD 1 This Hot Condiment Over the Beast 1PHOM fj - V Dressmakers Paris a peculiar fad on tbe part of In rich women has given rise to the curious Mem profession of dog dressmakers Bay ef Bengal bertoI this profeaslon supply every sort The greatest bay on the face of the covering a lady wants for her pam Â¬ ol aatthjErtbatJk Bengal Measured In n i pered pet Btralght line from the two inclosing pen The sooner a cough or cold is cured insulas its extent Is about 420000 eqpare -withbirtharrrl tbtHe feufferer theBelter miles Lingering ooldsare dangerona Hacking JietreatlBg-Oae-MinCough cough 4 O IB m m cu Aiwars wugra j9 Core quickly cures it Why Buffer when Beut the such a cough euro is withlaTeach IjfIflT pleasant to taste Short vHaynM Dob Â¬ ute and forever notlc lull of life nerve aud vigor talte the wonder worker that make wcalt rneo strong All druggists Mc or f I Cure guaran teed Booklet and sample free Address Sterling Remedy Co Chicago or Hew York A TOXIXA SHERIFFS SALE FOR TAXES Notice Ilk Is hereby given lhat on MONDAY THE 21st DAX OF NOVEMBER 1898 It being tbe first day of a regular term of a County Court for Breckenridge County Kentucky tbe undersigneu is Ex Sheriff of Breckenridge Connty Kentucky will expose toIJaMrfcT Sale at the Court House door in Hardinsburg Kentucky tbe fotlowiBjTdeecribea real eetatereituated lying and being in Breclcenridge County Kentucky as theratierty pf the folowlpg nametLpersonsbr so much thereof as will satisfy the tax and cost against said parties as shown by amount hereafter stated Said salo will be tor cash in hand Mag Name Disv 3 Andrew J 3 Jas M CooperVheir 9 Description of Property Tax - Cost Total 2 09 10 20 Canary R 1000 3 fiO s 250 3 10 10 r2 20 200 3 11 00 2 25 7a 400 2 80 1 70 3 Thqroa8twalls8rs heirs 50 wlOO 8 05 2 03 3 MMbBetHe rEDuboisr i 500 3 JewMe Brown col M 3 town lots Stephensport 350 10 20 2 21 - 7 0a 2 07 4 Susan MGurry rl30acresat 600 f 4 75 v250 175 170 M BUfcyne m 0 05 210 fiU 4 HeBrvfrleRt1 JO 4 WlMfaW F Ryan IK a r 200 4 1 2 50 4 David M 100Xl-f 7 10 4 John CRoss 4r 60 J 4 89 80 KubaMs vtU 1U0 7 86 ctasftMLTvftiMett 1120 LemEngliah heirs 10 05 140 DO 600 5 GO CalvinJharris it - - 230 77 80 JamesJRiKripttiii lUphnl Kuptt r 60 J02 355 iA- a 35 Ones S - 26 75- 0 35 Richard Lavon fcolK nr- 180 Elijah Muckerfcol 8 80 A VV MIB pwiBjiJfcHjMIOVUj l t jssvsr tiawes Ji GtiarlesTiMerrItts Cynthia DowelliWr eiAA 50 acres 40 40 200 at 300 58 20 ft CO 200 400 T7454 204 D4 iRnn ia is is 103 763 Speaking of wildcats Bald a sports man let ine tell you of an encounter I bad last fall with one of those treacherous beasts I bad been out shooting along the bauks of the Machias River in Maine and late in tho afternoon when I was returning to my home In Whitneyvllle it came on to rain 00 heavily that I was elad of tbe shelter a deserted lumber mans hut afforded Being tired I soon fell fast asleep Three or four hours later I was aroused by a growl from Grouse my dog and on opening my eyes I saw at the entrance to the but two of those balls of fire into which wild animals eyes are transformed at night My dog was gime and without uiging it went for tho beast without a moments hesitation But Grouse was no match for Its wiry antagonist and as soon as it could the dog broke away and ran out of the hut bleeding torn and yelping with pain Then the wildcats blood being up It came in to have a tussle with me I felt for my gun but it had unfortunately been knocked out of reach during the fight between tbe two animals and tbe only weapon of defence I had was a laigd jack knife This I quirkly opened aud us the wildcat camo near me I dodged it and pluuged the knife well into itsshoul der The cut made the beast furious and it sprang for me with such violence that I lott my footing and fell I how oyer succeeded In throwing the wildcat from me but not until it bad bitten my hand tadly The pain made me drop the knife and on regaining my feet I put my injured hand in my coat pocket and the first thing I folt was a box of red pepper which I nad brought as season- Â¬ ing for my lunch This ave me an Idea and opening tbe box I poured some of tho pepper in Â¬ to my hand and just as the wildcat was coming toward me again 1 dashed the hot stuff into its eyes Its howls of pain and race showed that tho pepper had reached the desired spot and I took ad- Â¬ vantage of this to rush out of tbe hut At the door I found my gun and then locating the beast by the noise it mado I fired Everything became still After a little while I went into tbe hut and struck a match I was so scared at tho size of tbe dead animal which weighed fifty pounds and was three feet bight inches long that I put for homo and never thought of the big bag of game I bad loft behind until I reached Whit- Â¬ New York Sun neyvllle Â¬ much-talked-- MOItRlH ESKUIDQE rDIREOT01l9 J It M JOLLY INTEREST PAID ON J ill i REVAIiOwrA DJX Cleveland O Why Suffer Agony No Knife No HJimiJ Interruption of Business TIME DEPOSITS Henderson Route LonisTille Mkm Si Loii Ej Go Pastor Eticlia Arc IWEChtrcli writes Dr Fenner I have used your Blood and Liver Remedy and Nerve Tonic and find It the best remedy for a deranged state of the stomach liver and bowels of any that I have ever used When DONS COMPLETE PILE CURE is guaranteed to euro you It ia tho discovery of an eminent physician Tho first trcatmont brings immediate relief It has ourod thousands and will euro you MR T S WILCOX prominent merchant politician Tine Card la Effect June 20 97 East Hound Lv St Louis No 1 4s No 44 No 40 and chief of tho Chattanooga Firo Dopartmontsays us DRUQQISr nTT After years of suffering DONS PILE OINTMENT wai 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 Â¬ fering with piles Evansville Henderson bpotUville Owensboro 7 6Cam 6R0 m 2 20pm 7 15 865pm 310 328 400 4 CO llawejrUle Cloverport Stcphentport Irvinirlon Brandenbnrft Arr Louisville West Bound Lv Irvington Stephen port Cloverport Owensboro bpottsvill Henderson Evansville 733 818 917 45 1007 1045 1112 1235pm 240 440 24Sin 37 344 6 03 S22 603 621 7 45 410 625 657 617 7 80 45 Price 100 Prepaid to any Address No 4I No 730am 861 915 961 643 720 739 43 No Hardinsburg Kentucky DON CHEMICAL COMPANY CHATTANOOQA llrandeoburt Louisville 460pm 6W ANEW SCHEME mammmtmmm TENN - Hawnvill 1011 10 35 1135 1217pm 8 04 9TA 9 47 1021 1030 1068 823pm 931 962 11 1240 1 1010 1148 1223am 1215 1 15 ArratLoul 15 10 40 732 720 Will Government Introduce Travelling Postoffices They Will Be Tried In the Rural Districts IHIS flDSHOOLD WTEBESTJEVEBYBODTf Ail trains run through Solid to Kvansville Through parlor cars and Pullman ileepera on all trainsTietween bt Lou I Kvantville and Louis Â¬ ville Numbers 41 and 42 connect at Irvlneton for Fordsville and Hardinsburg daily except Sunday 11 C MOKDUE A G P A Louisville Ky SAVED OUR LIFE Do Not 12 t0 The PoBtofllce Department decided to for the benefit of tbe public that they may know I make a new experiment in the rural free where to go to get tbe best dental work at tbe very delivery system which is in effect tbe lowest price amBBBBB TFFTH establishment of a traveling postofflcr tVe extract feetb 25 cents without pain Some time ago a resident of Westminster sm53mmWW WiTH DU TPLATES ww Md wrote to the department offering to msKe a good sec oi aniuciai teem ior 75 build such a postoffice to be drawn by teeth filled with gold and platinum alloy SF1saaaaaaaaaaaaaaal 50 mfct I H A two horses and to establish a system be Teeth filled with amalgam r mt fr If V 1 V 100 tween Westminster and tho surrounding Teeth filled with pure gold up ind villages covering a distance of thirty A guarantee given with every filling We bave been established in Louisville for merten miles for 1376 a 7ear The plan was years Can give reference from best professional and buslneis men in the city Remember tbe accepted New York Dental Parlors 542 Fourth Louisville Ky Tbe wagon will be similar to the post iusac no uibukc uui gci id mc ngtii piacc oi4 uur yfltcm orraaKMff vtia office wagons in use in tho cities The crown and bridge workortceth without plate U the best known to the profession Pcoplefrom abroad can come In themorninir and wear Ihcirncw teeth home same day postman will start from Westminster in the morning and visit a number of small xMxmMiMUmi6RB ilsi J4wJi AK rtil towns in the vicinity collecting and de- Â¬ ii RATES Tha rnotttontntla looatad livering mall en route Any farmer E PER OAY Motel lntrwcItH S arfCfew living within two miles of tho road along which the wagon passes will be allowed to place a letter box at the roadside in which his mail can bo deposited by tbe carrier and from which the carrier will take the outgoing mall At several small places wnere there is no postoffice a number of boxes will be put up which will practically form an automatic post llHVQ II II ff I I Because it is placed here by the NEW YORK DENTAL PARLORS L H St L TIME TABLE Ns 10 h Fordsville Branch TAKING Dally Dally EFFECT MAY 30 1897 West Bound Trains rx Sun ex Sun No 6 Halt Bound Train Dally Daily ex Sun exSur No 2 No 7 42 f HaaaaaaaaaW 11 11 11 1060am Lv Irvlngton Ar 9o0 m 25 Garfield 8 00 40 Nol STATIONS Hirned Junction Hardinsburg Junction Kirk Glendeane 1147 65 12 10pm 12 25 737 7 7 7 6 6 6 6 6 5 6 27 17 02 60 30 20 44 St 542 1235 1265 106 120 1 Jolly Dempiter arFallsRoughlv Dempster Rockvale Huth 45 606 38 80 25 2 05 165 215 iai ft 2 30 W 2a Oaks Mitchell 245pm AiPordsvilleLv Aakins 610 BOOsm Louisville H endersonSt Louis RyCo isro 4 TIME SCHEDULE Taking- Effect - sfQU s iwv -- 13 25 4 60 10 13 12 41 10 02 3 45 office The inventor of tbe scheme will act as Neglect the Kidneys and Postmaster and will sell stamps money Bladder orders etc stamp letters and assort them for the mails While drivlDg out in tbe morning he will assort the mail for de- Â¬ livery and when returning lie will pre- Â¬ pare it to be placed on tbe train He expects to barely make expenses but the Government will pay him a royalty on all similar wagons should the scheme be put in general operation It is believed that by this method much more work can be done than by a single carrier Constipation prevents the body from ridding itself of waste matter DeWitts Little Early Risers will remove tbe trouble and cute Sick Headache Biliousness Inactive Liver aud clear the Complex- Â¬ ion Small sugar coated dont irrlpo or Haynes cause nausea Short Â¬ I JOHNSHH -- mtm orii 1j Ss If 1 JouisvIlle Ky Its Worth Printing Atfi30 odckA Ifftl Maund MaVl IVaiAS U Sunday Uar 30 1897 Xatt Bound Tram -- aaaD R6ssrCXrl50 it i -- A Jr WatteartfjlJ BowunUb A v- IB John BifibardBrown tfAW y Hf - vv 70 Trrrrrn76 75 r -- 100 fdr M nA 245 r6 1 70 2 5 AThottaa Gaj WvleyP Board 5OhwlerDobble8teln 400 176 100 Mf PSC 1 3i 0- lOlO 10- 51JtB 6fG 5 5 6 5 74 20 0 15 1 00 TOO 169 5 10 I 00 2140 Wl 6G 6 MattKasee John 160 ICO v 117 600 fcSngud I 6 400 100 Montrevillo Latapton H Lyon 200 50 100T A T William 2JLyoir A -- 0 r Sylvester Mercer- iYMAi iVtoi Constaritlnef176 200 acres at uo Charles 4 roo 26 2 00 I1 71 1 1 01 0 30 07 Iate V- T 4TBfflB0 04 5 15 1 7 65 2 4 67 1 76 1 organs 12 14 causes Brlghts disease rheumatism pain It 7Q in tbe back dropsy and other troubles 4 24 Disease sometimes gets a hold upon your 0 12 11 08 kidneys aud bladder before you realize 0 01 that anything serious is the matter 22 74 Often these organs pre neglected until 763 awful malady Brlghts disease bas 8 27 that 6 35 fastened upon you and death awaits Its Many miraculous cures have 8 3J victim 8 33 been wrought by a course of treatment 10 02 Kidney Tablets These 4 10 with Dr Davis 3 40 tablets are put up In tbe shape of a kid 4 19 bey bean and the lormula has been pro- Â¬ 12 30 nounced by tbe best physicians of mod 8 11 3 29 era times to be the most direct in action 3 00 pn the kidneys of any remedy known to 4 14 medical science You can eat these tab- Â¬ 3 29 J lets as you would candy Send for free 3 20 Sold by all 0 10 booklet on kidney diseases 7i druggists or sent on receipt of price 8 27 60 cents and 1 Disorder of these important G TbaOgpaT aaaaaaKtaSV jV jk LwiBlaTsal iJaaaaT Exprs Exprs Dally 603 STATIONS Exprs Expr Daily Dally 1235pm 7 45pm 12 20 733 1160am 6 65 1145 662 6 45 1135 6 40 1128 1121 Itlua m M Ml 7 4 I M WKri 1rlSmmmmmmW Host fasclaatlns Inven tion o the axe Always ready to entertain It requires no skill to oper- Â¬ ate It and reproduce tha music of bands orches- Â¬ tras vocalists or Instru mpntlmlnlit Therein the Twice-a-Wee- k Courier Journal Will Print It SowlUtheDHECKENRtnGB NEWS and every Democrat every Republican every man woman or child who can read will want to read iu THETW1CK-A-WKECOURIKIl JOURNAL I a Democratic paper ol six or eight pages lkued Wednesday and baturday of each week The Wednitdav I sue print all the clean news and the Saturday Issue prints storie Miscellany Poetry all matters of special Interest n the home It Is edited by Henry Watterson Dally 7 30am 7 48 8 21 8 29 8 35 8 42 8 61 40pm IvUnn 6 37 6 40 6 48 818 ptar Kentucky St Wlllowdale Rock Haven Ekron Guston West Point Howard 663 600 618 626 661 712 7 20 7 24 7 39 7 43 i tO 9 33 6 59 7OT 869 907 915 923 9 31 932 9 43 Long Branch Brandenburg Irvlngton Webster Lodlburg 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jrapftftpfceies are seld for inches in height Ho is a dwarf with a Manufactured under slight mustache When he presented Edison and Jlxdonald the patents of Bell IsTaint Our establishment headRemarkable Gold Beetles world slacnlnte hlmeelf to draw his number out of the funrtere ertlinSupplies for Talkingcatalogue and WrUa or t The most remarkable gold beetles in conscription urn It was dlecoyered that the world are found in Central America his head did not reach to the top of tbe Dept 30 COLUMBIA PHONOGRAPH CO The head and wing cases are brilliantly table on which tbe urn was placed so a pojlsbed with a luster as of gold Itself gendarme held him up by the collar to 010 Pennsylvania Avenue To sight and touch they have all the enable him to put his hand in the urn Washington D O of metal Oddly enough anoth Â¬ seeming er species from tbe same region has tbe IlreaU wlU to whitktr job ontlou thi Cblcago Paris New York W Si BUSH HfuKtoBDnv appearance of being wrought in solid nrrv siJuaY din 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Both one Vear m1 125 and 4s make connection at Ir vlngton daily except Sunday with trains to and from Hanllnsburg and Kordiville Branch Only line running Parlor Cars between Louli vlllei Owensboro and Henderson Only direct line to the North and East For further information call on or address Agents or H C MOUDUK A G P A Louisville Ky 41 Trains Nos B 0SW O RY and the For Only Steamboat Agents KENTUCKY d Imiik Packet Line BTKAMKR HoiKtead Fertilizer Comw lid We have made a special dubbing arrangement with the Twlce-a-Wee- k CourlerIournalan4 will send thai paper and ours for the price named to all our subscribers who will renew and nav In ad j vance or to all new subscribers who will pay In wuriiiG di4i lupin vurir journiu icni iree on application All subscriptions under this olfsr must be sent Trains leave Louisville as follows BA lv Cincinnati iuisvuie Ar S W TtAlLWAY Cincinnatl St Louis and the West 1 No so No 16 645am 11 ajsam t sjam 55am N01S 2 11 to the aK4 0J JJl115 0 00 2 20 2 30 2 05 70 73 73 76 1 0 2 10 12 09 14 04 2 47 17 11 164 3j65 wish GraphophoHea made for home 3 09 entertainment can be bought as low as 4 03 Write for catalogue 30 to the 910 4 40 2 34 Colvmbia PHONoaiuri Co No 010 2 81 Pennsylvania Ave Washington D O- - Bttta Louisville and Evansville B G KAGON M Stindrd Dealer In Oil Compaay BRECKENRIDGE NEWS A Ar Columbus Arlituburg Ar Washington Ar Baltimore Ar Philadelphia Ar New York Ar notion Wvln Mil ill 8s5pm ijam 11 6djpin 43a Doors Saab Blinds Yellow Pine Floor 112 150 tEliPila A- - 1 1 VG BaBbaire BKeBt JmwH BasbtMM James T Beard NatBrickey AlfrtdCosabs KliahsStaplM Alexander Adams heirs cloM v wI lot l Haratd f 13 rrPasWlfay7rrrrr ra00araatH0O rr MarMU sujO 00 acrt at f 315 7 zu HHL 100 240 05 81 1 Sil 1 anmwiwjft r 4cUK maiKViuy -- nlAA JOS 2 3 S Henry Hoard Abe ef i Hajgd FP tM s liVH L3l4sHaritW16SQ te olKiuiLLdMasresattiao Kv A rrwravwaHiH - A mIma tat or Mma JtWSIIW II rr Oaryr UJwJf fn I t J - wk If vl 100 cM 4fi 2100 BWI r A2Jl 72Va77 ii w a 1 1 6 30 1 01 7 21 6 09 1 04 7 03 slcuakLbs at last feuul friends wbevM- They 26 25 3 11 28 30 specr cherish and eacouragebira 401 G2 2 02 are the hop growers of New York Statf B 00 2 00 8 00 skunk their mala reliance 0 17 2 15 11 32 who ind the 1 00 6 06 la keeping down a very destructive grab 606 roa 8 11 whlefa otherwise would ml a their crops 342 A 80 K M UseFerSkuftk aad Maligned Tbe nclitlepieed H i V Kjd MmUt W A BUhop Parot tag and Ceiling Weather Boarding Bait Lime Cement ahluKlea Lathe Plaster Plastering Hair Plow Handles Bricks Etc EitrMtfrt Furalsflea far BalMlia awl BiillatRi Material My Specialty IS HORSE -- SHOEING But I jonn iSSpm j oopm 905pm an tlin la t Car to Cincinnati and Drawing room Sleeper and dining cars Cincinnati to Washington Baltimore Philadelphia aad New York without change Train No IS has elegant Pullman Parlor Car to Cincinnati and Pullman Drawing room and dining cars Cincinnati to New Yoik without change Train No so has sleepers to Cincinnati open at 0 oclock to receive passengers mlrritl Tallinn 7 30am 10 15am a ysjam 650 am Ii 10am SSipm 05pm j 40 pm 1 2opm TARASCQN 9 h Pmdj Muter L T Connor Parser ais 40 TELL CITY K B Vsoa4hlBfbaliBclMBftlg Wjtih Uniel y upon It Salve DeWitts Baited Mutr W B MewUll Partw Xtfltf WVftwti astM at 8 8fi W A 84 ft3 78 s iM 1 oa 08 o 10 3 08 2 14 0ttl 1 08 8 4 I W Ti68 4 8268 68 lm sueay of sores burns ant wound mvir uiw vu cure ijin i m ijr SIort A Ifaynet la the Inaptacable 4t ro - J HHunsche 1 j A do all kinds of BLACKSMITHING WAGON MAKING AND GENERAL REPAIRING in tip top style I guarantoo all niwork When you nood anything in my line consult aaassw sneaw I can St LMrs SsrlBgfleW aad the West Ar bu Louis Lv Louisville No so Is Jons 35am No 10 040pm S3am No 44 Saopm 7 1 40pm o 33am Ar Springfield North Vernon accomodation leaves at 7 13 a n dally Charlestown accommodation leaves at 3 30 p m nam exesptbundsyi Trains Nos 10 aoanj 44 have elegant day coacbes Pullman parlor and sleeping cars to St Loots v j Blly aad 00 vmf3t9ftf9rtfm - nitf IS wiAJtpmut ti Lhj ltd tiii i5 ji itif IM 1AFATK - tWlrpl by tab Kae deHrere4 oalekT Arctic Dfyeroc tbaaVyralt ha Arcik region a man who waak 1 1 Travelers wHi a4 tVe tteMM wetw- dlvjffee leaves horte is anger and dees HVowVW Ia oia ivLiijsoLava t sisjI a iioWtlofaintila fcliiia i kjtusul wtt oW iawVUBIIVSiSf 8 68 a RenFom MtarR for aeveal days The wife tk beet tnHftry n e4oye4 M mfcf i4 0 3S be aeMU4iMlUtUtftbta4ei takWthe Mat aad devafts ZZ- eoeet oUf lit MS 1T9 4 AVHM it IrJtt Wow P D STAGGS between LcbUtIU Pitorday AtsnUriha The TAILORj r J O with st TO VW Will be ijiievlrl ifi port on the 2d andUth Friday of every month FOR SALE SEEDS v gwu wmaaLymfr t1Vft B j NAM m m sso- aaasasva t I ispm64op au sf aia ee soasheeet oeraar rooetti and Clay Tlcltet Mal streeta Depot Ssveneh ad rirr a Vm deta IsrfMeaaeloiisyrwSng raimv tiase OK toastiliig Baee ateeykgaior dining can etc address KSMHOWN District Pass ft Ticket Ageot B k O S VV Ky 4U aad Mala liuT84e Ky ysaasWesl WJMCHKSSBROU6H CUctaaiif WA RPBL A aeietoist GoateJ Nsisager Aaeek Clesnill is rromKast S3 a m 3 7 sj so a sa TRAINS ARRIVE am is is noen 640 pm 1 eJesllTtitt L rKNY v w w q y winw tr urn Jtyeurenaru uraM wneat and Clover ittPK j O 0l Ofcte I A Cnjpr Jiay Goe DCD ttiKMstLTOK J F hoctt kkntuoky DUTSOHOl l rOUtfs YtrffilM OOMSTI gy Twa DYSPEPSIA IU form fff in toastwont at but Bilk and otrMata aed In a4x yestra tlrrrea my stomach would dlitcut oven Mint- - Last Match I toetaa taking CASCAHETS and since then I aavo ntcadlly Improrcd until I am as woll as I ever waa In my life datjd B MonpT Newark O Ticilm I was Iacould est ofelTa notMntf CANDV CATHARTIC TRADf SUM t Qood Merer Bleken Pleases tlrllff Kiwlfly Mil HU -- PthUUt Potent Gripe flood Do Tute lOr weaken or SeHo CURE CONSTIPATION fefifMr Clf VMtml Vw Ysr Sit Tit IP I UMb Bod andrnaranteedby alldruf gltte to TUlUBTobaoco Unblu Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY NOV 10 1898 rnnsWHncwMivMHnii FATALLY INJURED Lee Phillips Thrown From His Horse at Fordsville Lee Phillips and Bud Brown were in Fordsville last Thursday transacting some business and when returning to their homes in Grayson county they be Â¬ gan running their horses at slow speed When they reached Fords bridge about one mile and a half from Fordsville Lee Phillips horse slipped on the bridge and fell on him hurting him internally and causing concussion of the brain He is not ezpecttd to live He is a single man and the son of William Phillips From a Methodist Preacher Clay City Ind Jan 12 1897 Pepsin Syrup Co Montlcello III Gentlemen It affords me great pleas-Â¬ ure to speak in praise of your most ex- Â¬ cellent medicine I have suffered quite a great deal from sick headache the re- Â¬ sult of sedentary habits and oluggish liv- Â¬ Your remedy corrects er and bowels these troubles and my headaches are stopped J C Boone Church Pastor M Britains Fatal Day It is said that Saturday has been a fatal day to the royal family of Britain for the last 183 years William III Queen Anne George I George II George III George IV the Duchess of Kent the Prince Coneort the Duke of Clarence the Duke of Albany and Princess Alice all died on that day When you ask for DeWltts Witch Hazel Salve dont accept a counterfeit or imitation There are more cases of Piles being cured by this then all other com- Â¬ bined Short Haynes Food For Plants The administration of food to plants by means of pills Is a new Idea The exact kind of nourishment is easily ascertained I pared case and buried under the roots the necessary salts are inclosed in a pre- Â¬ such vigor that they soon rati He gave it to Dewey hot and heayy aud it was not long before the future conqueror of w uunniunt uiiiLunLri tha Philippines was bepgtng for mercy for the first and only time in his life That put an end to the rebollion Dewey and Panxborn havo beon warm YOUR COMPANY WILL STAMP YOIT friends ever since Dewey recently said I shall never ce mm to ltd Perhaps I ought to say word about to the major tho comDanlorm a jonrig hian should grateful to you You made a man of hip choose for himself In life You should But for the thrashing you gave me I try to mako companions of the best peo- Â¬ should probably be a Stato prisoner ple you can become acquainted with It Ohlctgi Record Is not necessary for this purpose to be a gonitis or to have remarkable talent or ORIGINAL ir KOT ACCURATJC extraordinary erudition But be your-Â¬ This says the Scottish Leader is n self and be a man and learn to think genuine extract from a schoolboys re Â¬ of others before youreolf and you wil Oh I Harding cent Essay on Nelson have friends enough and of the best A kiss me again were tho butefull words man 3s known by the company he keeps of a heroik mortal who won a great and tlioeo who know what friends you battle with one eye and a wooden leg have will be able to form a very correct Before this bloody context this motto idea of what you yourself are You was uttered by him The Queen expects should see to It that this estimate be as Kelson was a overman to do his duty high as your Opportunities may secure brave man but his morrals was not re Perhaps I cannot better sum up my spectable Once a lady whose name was advice to young people than to say that Mrs Hambington nursed him and he I have derived and still tind the greatest said Ob heavins heavlns why do I pleasures in my life from doing good to love When he died the Queen met ethers Do good constantly patiently blm in a boat and he went to St Pauls and wisely and you will never have and was buried This is a marvellous cause to say that your life waa not worth Do lesson to me and all schoolboys Uving G W Ohildfl your duty to your pastors and masters and then even with a single leg you can TIIE MAN WHO WIIICFSO DKWKY say with this simple thing I will do As Nelson himself said Major Z K Pahgborn of Jersey City my duty the only man who ever whipped Admir- Â¬ Even though you are only man you can al George Dewey has been nominated do your duty for Congress for the Hudson county dis- Â¬ A Sure Sign of Croup trict New Jersey Major Pangborn has a national reputation as editor and orator Hoarseness in a child that is subject to He whipped Dewey while the latter was croup is a sure indication of the approach bis pupil in a backwoods school near of the disease If Chamberlains Cough Montpelier Vt halt a century ago Remedy Is given as soon as the child beWhen Dewey was a boy Pangborn ac Â¬ come hoarse or even alter the croupy cording to bis story being then fresh cough has appeared it will prevent the from college undertook the management attack Manv mothers who have croupy of a district school in Montpelier The children always keep this remedy at school has been in rebellion and Dewey band and find that is saves them much was the leader of the anti teacher brigade trouble and worry It can always be deSeveral teachers had been removed ami pended upon and is pleasant to take one iiad beon stood on his head In a For sale by A B Fisher Cloverport K snowbank It was generally said in A Sheliman Stephensport Montpelier that nobody could govern When Pangborn ap that school Cod Liver Oil peared the first day he noticed Dewey up The best cod liver oil is made in Nor- Â¬ a tree throwing stones at Bmall boys Youve got to stop that Bald the way For tbree months beginning inÂ¬ January the fish come in from the Arcteacher sharply bayB Go to blazes I retorted Dewey from tic Ocean to the Norway fiords or to spawn and sometimes as many as GO his perch Pangborn provided himself with a raw- Â¬ 000000 or 05000000 fish are caught in a hide which be tucked awav over the single season schoolhouse door and then placed sever-Â¬ Spider Stops Clock al clubs of good hickory on the top of the A spider that had weaved n web around pile in the old woodbox The following day Pangborn was about to punish some tho pendulum after infinite trouble and unruly scholars when Dewey stepped many failures that would have discour aged one less persevering succeeded at up to his desk and said Look here teacher were going to last in stopping an old and reliable clock to give you the best licking you ever at Nantucket had Take your seat ordered Pangborn Dewey shot out his right fist and it I landed dangerously near Pangborn s jaw For Infants and Children Instantly the teacher seized his rawhide and Dewey was writhing under the lash The Kind You Have Always Bought When the other boys tried to go to Bears the Deweys help the teacher seized the hickory clubs and with one piece in each Signature of band struck the boys about him with Â¬ Â¬ Q440rMBM04aM41 rpB8- V on -- H MB EPHS iLpQY AIMn yvrw PABM OI1V QTfVir I S2SS3E3SC Buyers say that tho oponing price for turkeys on foot will be 5c Two hundredexport cattle have been bought lu Garrard county at 4c The price of the mule has been from Id to 34 per cent higher than the horse from I860 to 1808 A Georgia man haa raised a sweet po- Â¬ tato four feet ton inches long It Is known as the Nigger Killer variety Burnside Lavell of Garrard sold to John D Harris of Madison 147 red heifer shorthorns and 130 feeders for 0000 Dr R B Morehead of Butler county is a world beater on beats He grew one which measures 30 inches In length and 17 iqcheain circumfeience Tho experiment stations long ago de- Â¬ clared that 100 pounds of ground corn and cob meal go Just as far as 100 pounds of purocom meal the cob giving it more bulk and rendering it easier of digestion At a sale o Hereforda in Kansas City 60 head averaged 414 the top price be ing 1025 At Moweaqua 111 Tom O Footing Son sold 30 females at an av- Â¬ erage of 100 and 28 bulls at an average of 15100 Malt names Kpher haai butdey calls me Eph fob sbot ley dots I bin to de lection all day ylstiddy and dey told SCHOOL medat wbao glnq tor hab cr change E O ORABBB AND WIFE HAVE OPENED THEIli do ecllori do publicans tok me arter AT IRVINGTON dis dey say Mistah Blanfod gwine ter Kongrls lnstld uv Marse Dave Smith ah dun we gwtno ter see nionstoiiq changes we Is Day guy mo segyara to smoke lots uv urn and I gin one to Pupils will bo chargod from tho timo they ontor until jHieendoftwj er country nigger an yo ort ter see daf Tuition isLclne niggers pollistiment ter me He tho t tho tofm Tho school year will consist of two terms I bawt it mysef an mah Lawd I I isnt in advance Thero will bo no deduction for any time lost Full Corps seed er dime ontil ylstiddy fob mohn er of Competent Teachers f Irvington College SESSION HAS BEGUN 94 Ik week CASTOR A In Fayette several sales of corn were made last week at from 135 to 140 a i i barrel Several distillers will start up shortly and it is confidently believed that it will b worth 1 50 per barrel Lex Â¬ ington Gazette librae Cross bred latubo are the best feeders and the mutton produced from them is CO Managers of superior quality PHELPS but to have them means the buying of a fresh lot of ewes every year or two for it Is folly to breed from cross bred animals Cattle of any age can eat split corn T without soreness of mouth which fre- Â¬ I I quently result when fed whole ears A DAILY AUOTION SALES FOUfi MONTHS STOFfAQK fffMTJfj steers mouth at three yeatB of age is but partly provided with grinders and it RESERVE BID TO SELLER ntaU RETURNS PROMPTLY MADE is difllcult for him to masticate cars broken crosswise of the cob With the rf iftt c im corn split he will fatten as rapidly as one of four years Milch cows will do much vl 4ilMimm ij better when fed corn in this shape Four hundred head of heifer calves y Lumber Paints and Oils bred on the Texas range from Heieford Drills Fertilizers Wagons bulls fetched 15000 at auction last Thursday at Kansas City sold in lots of Buggies Plows Blount Wagons Lections ober office gone White folka carry de day ten head each an average of 37 50 for And anything in tho Farm Machinery i Honjrj nler wukln on r n last vears spring calyes A lot of and Implement Line CALL ON Good Lawd come carry me away i scrubs of same ago would possibly i Silas bring 15 to 18 per head in the present JiM A p buoyant state of cattle breeding in tho The Eagle King of All Birds West or a total of say 0000 to 7000 is noted for its keen sight clear and dis Â¬ i leaving 8000 or 0000 cash to repre tinct vision So are those persons who sent the result of good blood use Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve for KY Dr Bulli Cough Syrup Invariable weak eyes styes sore eyes of any kind i or granulated lids Sold by all dealers cure i promptly all catarrhal affection Thf won at 25 cents derful medicine perforins today and has performed I seed dem whito genlmns walk In bout dar an standln bout dar In town All talkin pollertlcks dey wuz an I wuz walkln bout an talkin too I wuz same as any uv dem I chawed terback er same as dey did an tol dem udder nlfgirs dat wes gwine to hab great changes WollBuh bless goodneesl Igoeshome las night mighty hongry kazs noboddy hasnt axed me tub dinnah all day an wen night cum I wuz hongry fur er fac an den er genlmn gin me two drinkB be did an dat make me mo hongrier daneber an wen I got home Murriar an do chillun dun gon ter bed an fast ereleep Blam I Blam I I say on de Let me in heah doah I did WatB de mattah wld yo niggers anyhow1 I say Open dis doah An den Murri- Â¬ ar dats mah wifes name she opened de doah an 1 goes in Bless yo soul dey isnt er mouflul ter eat on de place Dem niggers aint lef nuffin fur me an den I wuz mad fur sho M I says to my wife Murriar IsnH dey nuffin henb to prepar fur a genlmn wats been to do lection alt day an is retun home hongry 7 says 1 spectful and perllle I wuz kaze 1 nbd dey want no great sight er pervizlon on han wen I lef hoam dat mawnin but I heerd so much erbout boodle at er lection I didnt know but maybe I mout git sum uv hit But dey didnt gnv me nufflu but dem segyara an tew drinks an dats all Its de Gods trufe Now den whar Is de change Joys all ben er tollin me erbout Now dis Is Wensday an hits er rain in an er gwine ter rain all dis blessed day an I isnt no wood up no meat no uour no meal no nufflu but a bad tase fum dem tew drinks an no sup- Â¬ per 1 Tuition in tho Literary Departments Collegiato School Business School xiuuuiM uuuuui Intermediate School Primary School Incidental Feo -- aa follows - i a - -- -- 2000 per pupil porten 2000 1600 1000 lOO y i c r - - - m their professions Wv Art and Elocution will bo charged extra Special terms to teachers desiring to bettor qualify themselves fof j MuBic - riit- Any varianco from tho above terms must be in writing and signed by tho Principal For further information address 33 Q Lock Box 6 Irvington Brookenridge County Ky OISfESSv HOUSE JAMES W LYONS WITH PLANTERS Northeast Corner Eleventh and Main StreetsilJ LOUISVILLE KY gt WHEN YOU NEED iiih - IRVINGTON R S BAN Em Qiim in the pait half century the speediestcures In the throat cheit and lungs of colds Curious Malta Hoed A BOON TO MANKIND m Every one who lias visited the Island Ztfg GENERAL NEWS 3frit4iittfeHfiiSHteHti2te4 Baskett Coal NOTICE ft sJ 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 winter use the BASKETT ji COAL --- Ten killings occurred in Texas on election day The banks of Louisville are preparing to pay the state 228000 back taxes A golden eagle six feet from tip to tip was killed by William Gabbard near Berea Ky It is estimated that in New York state three millions dollars was won on Roose- Â¬ velts election Prof Cherry of Bowling Green was fined 5 for trying to whip a pupil and the pupil was fined 2250 for doing up the professor News has been received of an outbreak among the Creek Indians in Indian Ter- Â¬ ritory They attacked a number of half breeds and killed seven of them James Hosteller of Coal City Indiana carried three sticks of dynamite in his pocket They exploded People are wondering where James has gone to A solid democratic congressional del- Â¬ egation was elected from Alabama Gen Joseph Wheeler was unanimously re elected in the Eight not a yote being cast against him Suicide appears to have become epi- Â¬ demic among children of Paris France Police attention has been called to eight cases of self destruction in the capital last week where the victims were under 10 of Malta is struck by the curious hood worn by all females from Infancy to pld age which Is known as the fal detta It is made of black ailt stiffened with whalebone and according to the size of the head on which it is worn proclaims D TABLERS BUCKEYE lle-- -Tl i5Zmcs en UL- PILE E5tTitEJ whet er the wearer ia single or married It is said that when the French at the teginulig of the century were in posses sion of the island the women were sub mitted then to sucli indignities that they were ordered by their priests to wear the fal detta or hood of shame for a period of one hundred years This period will soon elapse and it is a sub- Â¬ ject of speculation whether the natives will discontinue the fal detta or not What was once intended as a punish Â¬ ment is now regarded as an honorable distinction Constipation means the accumulation that should be discharged daily and unless this is dqne the foul matter is absorbed and poisons the sys system Use HERUINE to bring about regularity of the bpwels Price 60 eta A It Fisher of waste matter iaSl PI - ai3 rff A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and Lr For r UJ I III aVAT2 im Jr 310 p CU- RUHSH EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 76 CENTS BOTTLES 60 CENTS JAMES FBALLARD Bale Sole Proffletsr - terlirkWi Street ST lJ by A It Fisher Cloverport Ky When jour LIV1CR and art tha direct cause of Ninety BHfe Cent of tli e dlteaiet of tho body Why should a far wear wrinkles and dark uiki below thaXex area why that tired feeling when natnre Intended otherwise when WHY GROW OLD KIDNEYS THE INFALLABLE REMEDY Will positively relieve and cure where all other rail aar disease the human body Is heir to Our lowest To Protect the Eye charge Is fire dollars but we will forward medicine and full instructions for When you have been relieved you will lernlt the rennlpa three dollars T IVJtl IITlIOrC A German oculist says that constant pur I If U UUHwHOt Cold Remedy a Positive Cure lOo by mall use of the magnifying glass is an excel- Â¬ lent protection against myopia He fi bases this statement on the fact that out WBURICIl DRABaZIXX J OBoavfa i Philadelphia of 75 watch makers examined by him scarcely 5 per cent of the number were yAAAAAAftaaiAAaYirY shortsighted l nll The Infallible Remedy Company ww - - t I - Callie Climer a widow living at Prinini Tenn locked her childsen aged three and five in her house When she returned the house waa enveloped in Humes and she was forced to see her children burn to death The will of a wealthy Chicago bachelor who recently died and whose estate foots up 6tf000 decrees that it be left to tho trustees of the First Methodist church and the income used to clothe and feed 100 newsboys and waifs for 10 years His name is kept secret At Alva O T George Lout a farmer went crazy and killed his wife with an ax He entered a room where his three children slept but as he raised the ax one of them awoke and the insane man dropped the weapon went to his room and cut bis own throat Mrs -A- LL WOMEN Will VG T BABBAGE Meaife ATTORNEY AT LAW Practice in all iha Courtt in Breckenridge Hancock Counties JJimvn ntms of all the pain and slckne from which women suffer Is caused by weakness or derangement In the organs of atfi menstruation always when a woman la net well these organs are effected But whea they are strong- - and healthy a woman U very seldom stole Nearly Claims collected Mortgages Notes Liens and other securi Â¬ ties enforcedland tho money turned over promptly Divorces secured Depositions taken Interest in estates carefully look- ed into Csntracts Deeds and other legal papers type written 3jl- - A n i i it f t I a CHARGES REASONABLE OBTIOHS Over Gardners Store Hardliieburt News OfiWe i t IWnelnM prevlsta for tb regu Â¬ lation of the menstrual function It cures all female troubles It Is equally effective for the girl la bar teens the young wMe with d meeUo maternal cares and tfee woman approaching the prle4 known a flm Change of Ltfa They all need M They an al benefitted by k it il i i r i 4 J it - Jvt izi on- His Life Was Saved Mr J E Lilly a prominent citizen b natures Otovergert I 1 of gj It ADDRESS COMMUNICATIONS TO I Pittsburg Coal CQfflpaiiy Z ffxrv--e BASKETT KY i Jl -- j Ti i J 1 f juvu I 1LU mmmmmmrm Hannibal Mo lately had a wonderful deliverance from a frightful death In telling ol It he says I was taken with Typhoid Fever that ran Into Pneumo My lungs became bardeded nla I was so weak I couldnt even ait np In bed Nothing helped me I expected to soon die of Consumption when I heard pf Dr Kings New Discovery One bottle gave great relief I continue to uae it and now am well and strosg I eant say to much la ita praise This mar Â¬ vellous medicine is the Mreet and qulek est cure in the world tor all throat and lung trouble Regalar aim 60 e4e asd 1 09 Trial bottU frae at Short Hay sW Dng fctete eyerbeUte garaatd iAAAASAArk t f ad Ver eeriee hi a CbtMaeega gum malrtacsfM Mee Co Tesals MtM p rw CbMte-- DONT YOU A- fVEST A FEW DOLLAR IN FINE POULTHY Wbi4 on scientific pri4i following Black Minorcas ftutT CochUs Barred PlymclUJw White Wyandotte W 0 W PduTltM Brahmas 7T Tu Your moneys worth cr sale Wnte for catalogue Ttes WHY no1 jkjljll THM J a j Mfift r e e waa UnlJ - J alt uniifi - Vi - mm fc kfMier Mt i KENTUCKY STOCK ft POULTRY FA KM BrattdsniMgy m ll i i li 1 j Ml WWMej j I aHwnaMk Send 250 Use Briikiiwk NW8 and t a 40O BiwT and the Nws frw f eharge for out ymx lM Wj 1 Epb pr IJkPWjgwyjJiywiip homo of Mr and Mrs Jesso tlerndon Revival Servloes near Irvlpgton Sunday Rev D D Leitchfleld one of the James teaa and Miss Carrio Owen of ablest pMtors In tills section of tho etato GleAnduam were in tho city Saturday will conduct a series of revival meetings thdTRU8te ofjMisi Lulu Owen at IrvinKton in tho Methodist Episcopal Hate Trimmings and Decorations that church through thlrt week Everybody nro not only ntyllnli hut Hoasonablp can is invited to atten I avod my childs lifo In an bo found at Miss Judith Millers Mysterious Celestial Wanderers -alfafckW 1 Prices1 have1 ueon cuC With a keen Fall toEartli knife ahd iMilllntry is being sold at bed vJL iJ L rockj prices at Miss Judith Millers WAsirmaTOW DC April 1 1898 Jesse Moorman of ilendeano was In The Expected Star Shower Comes Ao Dr S BHartman Columbus O lowrti Monday delivering lilntobacfo Mr DkAii Doctobi It gives me cording to the Sohedule crop to tho American Tobacco Company pleasure to certify to tho excellent 0 H FRANKLIN - Tho cold comfort of tho world is warm Â¬ curalivo qualities of your medicines Bedford Springy Va ed by a pair of those tine blankets that On Monday night hundreds of resi- Â¬ FOR SALE OR TRADE HORSE IIALP SIZD POTTLES soc af are marked at bed rock prices at Sul dents of Uloverport sat up until long SAIH Will icll cheap or trade for a milk retiring to wit- Â¬ zers ter their usual hour for T7OR J row a Rood work hone V O II II MAGE star llardintburg Ky Attend tho rao of L E Henderson ness the about showers they bad been BRECKEitllfoGE CNEWS ItRKCKENnmaK reading in tho and M Hinderanns effects at Irvingtou WANTED LAB0R Saturday Nov 2Gth Somo great bar Â¬ Naws and in their daily papets They were repaid in a measure for gains A NT to hire a whtte man with small family WKDNEKDAY NOV 10 1808 for at the witching their watchfulness IW do farm and dairy work neit year Would Miss Bessio Uambloton rntortalned -T hour of twelvo tho advance guard of the alioRlvn liii wife tome employment In the dairy tha MlesfB Evelvu Minnie and Alliunno November meteor storm made its appearMutt know how to work and handle ttock careful ly Hones Indiutiioui of good morals and will J Murray at the Fiaticr lionlestoad Mon- - ance and the outcast cehstial wanderers m tn ttav close ard atlend to business for the evening beeau to tall money n i a contract riiht and bless rur good It in a difficult feat to fit tho feet but They did not drop in clusters but they times vonic 10 ice mi 11 vu are tne rigm man 111 I W IOOIK Irylnglon Ky t it can easily and stylishly by done at fell singly all through the night which Hulzers the local headquarters for floe Was mado radiant by tho cold tight of a FOR RENT LAND footwear for all people November moon J E Oruso oW5PB6or k waa In the Eich star seemed a vgnnt and it UKM About t uclea ffood new around Jesse E Weathorholt and sister Miss 11011 tobacc city last FndayTV Address IILNKY ALIKN Mary of Hancock county Fpent Satur Â¬ darted through tho upper mr liko a fiery col Ilardinsbutg Ky Mlea Mabel Sterrelt of 8kllman is a day and Sunday in this city tho guests of spear hurled by somo angry denizeu of vinltoriivtheclty another planet relatives and friends FOR SALE TURKEYS -F- renklln-Lander to bo The reader Atmof plate is tougherlhan our that this the may like known reminded SALE Fifty Wooded llroore Turkeys l ll meteor greatest IJOR leather stocklrgs for children They by tneham You g one ear old Hon J D Botkin welhlng3 pounds MKS HOSA DITTO Ilran Mrs A R Fisher went to Glondenno keep the limbB warm last long and save showor baB a period of 331 years that CongTesiman-at-Largs the lnstory of the meteoia has been denburg Ky from Kaniat doctors bills Suzers Friday to visit friends traced back to the year A D 120 when nnd Man-a-li- n I havo been For rent at - pe r month a large nine the planet Uranus is believed to have The nvft is again on a rise and is nbw FOR SALE MULES room building ctntndly located suitable Captured tho wanderers orbitarouhd the afflicted mora or less for a quarter of btetlntfatago M jNf HOK SAIH lalr ol work mutts iti hands n poaraing nouse Apply fo Alex aun that a comet Temples Is known a century with catarrh of tho stomach 4y4ft4JUnesikUlmanwentto HaN ior JO high MOKGANFOISrAINK llolt Ky Boyd Cloyerport or F L Boyd Oivoos dlneburg Sunday evening to be travelling in the same orbit with and constipation a residence in Wash Â¬ horo Ky ington has increased theso troubles FOR SALE WAGON them and that the world was astonished Pure open kettle Its no joke but a handsome necktie at the magnificence of the displays which A few bottles of your medicines have TTIORSALK Cash or Trade estra stronir twoat Gibson Glorys becomes a homelv man paradoxical tbey made in 1831 and 18CG At their given mo almost complete relief and I JL horse wagon running gear brake almost as vCorn k bringing 25 cents and wheat 68 It may seem If you aru in need as return in 18tio changes had taken place rood as new of am euro that a continuation of their aicpnenspuri A real bsrgain C C LKWlb cents on the local market neckwear call at Salters and see the in tho army of tho meteors indicating a use will effect a permanent cure Englehart of Owensboro was the new line of goods J considerable scattering and in Novem- Â¬ Is surely a wonderful rem-Â¬ BOOK KEEPING guest of J D Brashcar Friday Walter Riedel who has been doing tho ber 1807 enormous bodies of them were edy for catarrhal affections UOK RhKIING uuKht 1llKE by mall to EinedaliciQULCQnntr Borghum pure work of a machinist at tho shops has still rushinu across the earths orbit and en locality lie quick J D BOTKIN as uew at uregory a uiosons been promoted to the position of fireman another solendid display occurred bUIWAlUZbCHOOI 4Ji Equitable llullding Ask nnv drupgist for a free Louisville Ky on tho Henderson route Shorifl V B Burton of Hardinsburg He will There is more Catarrh in this section Almanaclfor the year 1801 commonco this duty the first of next was in town Monuay on business WANTED RAGS of the country than all other diseases Ghapfrzev Vyathen of Owonsboroj was week Courtney Duncan who has been un- Â¬ put together and until tho last fow nHown tiatufday on lgL business Cotton raes while nr colored WANTED clean I1RKCKENRIDOE NEWS BEWLEYVILLE Uwen Meaton lias sola Ills tobacco crop der treatment at the Inflrmarv in Lou s-- years was supposed to bo incurable OFFICE vill returned home Friday night im of 10090 pounds lot W Pf hundred Â¬ For a great many years doctors proin tie will spend the Our public school was half out Friday Alfred Miller of Sample went to Irv- - proved in neniiu Administrators Notice winter tho Southwest probably in nounced it a local discaso and prescribed Tho Goebel election law wnrkn Him n inglon Fridayj to vTsll RoberCnenTIrick All persons havlne claims against the estate of Â¬ Arizona local remedies and by constantly fail charm Dudley Harnbleton deceased are herebv nutlnVil ftWSofRhPatoamTwrfre- - Thelaw was off on quail over in Indi- ing to euro with local treatment pro Little Kathleen Walker is quite to prevent them properly proven for settlement on before the 1st ilav cl March iSm Alia all sick persors i house 1b being covered with sheet iron ana on Monday and several local sports nounced it incurable Scionce has of lagrippo knowing themielve s Indebted to his estate GrisD delicately flavored celery and who could not wait until to day for hunt- Â¬ proven catarrh to bo a constitutional t wtll conic forward and settle rm or before said date Mrs T J Jolly who has been sick is JAMES 1IAMIILETON Administrator fresh succulent oysters at Julius Sipplea ing in Kentucky went across the river Clovcrport Ky Oct aj 180S Theiiarty consisted of Smith English disease and therofore requires constitu- Â¬ much better I MlsaCandace Ball of near Concordia John Hall and George Graham tional treatment Tho Sunday school was rained out Halls Catarrh Cure YV Jordan i is visiting ner sister Mrs G Administrators Notice Sunday morning Shofman Co of Irviugton are going manufactured by F J Ohenoy Co Miss Amanda Tatt of TobinsportInd All perrons havin claims against the estate of to present their customors with a hand Â¬ Toledo Ohio is the only constitutional 8ore throat Is a prevalent disease P b Miller deceased ore hereby notified to pre la visiting her sister Mrs Marion Wtath some stand table Thev issue coupons euro on sent them properly proven for settlement on or among children erholt tho market It is taken inter Â¬ S before the 1st day of Also all persons which are redeemable whep they amount Miss Annie Payne and Ina McCoy knowing themselvesMarch Indebted to his estate will Mennes nne cantiiee sweet pure to 5 JKffllS 20 or55 See their ad nally in doses from 10 drops to a tea odited tho Hustler laBt come forwaid and settle on or bclnre said date week eucious pur up in lancy uoxes juiius vertisement in this issue for particulars spoonful It acta directly on the blood GKO HEN 1LY Administrator Dr P W Footo has been ill of malari- Â¬ Sipplea Ky Oct aj 1S9S Holidays are coining mighty fast and mucous surfaces of the system They al fever for the past three weeks and is Hawesville Charles Moorman returned home from looks as though tiioyll steal on us like a weeks visit to Louisville baturday tho thl fdu tho night rominds us that offer one hundred dollars for each case not now improved Miss Nettie Shumate continues very evening it falls to cure Send for circulars and wo had Cotter begin work on our em ill Mies Lula Nunnelley was a visitor Address A larce nurubeirofiDioole wereiu town brofdery that we intend to give our testimonials at John Cox last week tBaturuay and the merchants enioyep a friends ior Christmasj Sulzsc has the Co Toledo O F J CHENEY Mr and Mis 8 P Drury and children trade finest line of stamped linens silks and BSTSold bv Duelists 75c were in town Sunday attending the Chambers the well known embroidery material in the city burial services of Mr Drurys mother lawyer was in town on busi The city council has been quite gener-Â¬ ifpico Hawesville Visitors Dr Park lies been called to see a child ous and has paused two street lamps to Capain James Henuen brought a party of Mr and Mrs Pomp McCoy In consul- Â¬ most beautiful creations of the be ulaced at the anoroaches to the bridge to this MilUnerfs Art 1 can bq found fUt Mies over OJdvorJ Creek Some councilman of friends Monday city on the Alfred tation with Dr Walker the child is very evening The party sick fjudith Millers mum nave iauen over one 01 tne parapet Hennen consisted of the Missed Anna and Misses Etta and Sallle Clarkson Mary walls Mm James G Harris attended the as a during the recent dark nights and Frances Henuen and Lucille Sterrett result ne have fin imnrovement the and Stella Paul Blanche Jolly Katie eMinu of ibe Bay View Club at Irvine- - people havo been clamoring for 11 the past Messrs James Hennen Ed Kelley nml TTlIu milieu niiBjiueu mo Vli l j iiierary V George Wilson and Will Overhy They Friday afternoon ion gfftrtah twenty years it Miss ftiayme uriinui 01 uwensooro were entertained at tho hospitable home Mrs The Webster correspondent will be was too suest of Mies JUettlo iiowmer soon to II V to Duncan the milliner is of Mr and Mrs W H Bowiner by their start Arliona with her son charming the Friday night daughter Miss Elizaboth Bow- Â¬ self occasion of another girl laying her Â¬ Courtney As she is anxious to closo liable to a guessing and guessing An interesting eorles of protracted out her business this week she offers iner assisted by Mibs Elizabeth Skill if he isnt moro careful and she ll be for- Â¬ fiaeeungsare in progress in me uues her stock of sailor felt lints at 50 cents man tunate I think vicinity Sailor straws Thy origiually Bold Miss Celestia Beavin of Owenshoro 2 LARGE 9 ROOM DWELLINGS Lung Irritation Quite a number of people from this g6rat 15 cents jBtraw hats that cost 60 came last Sunday ovenlng ior a will attend the street fair at Evans cents aro going at 25 cents Ladies this is the forerunner to consumption Dr visit to her homo friends Slio is shortÂ¬ eity lookville this week is a bargain sale that you should not Bells will cuie jt and ing well and was accompanied by a par- Â¬ in the City of Oloverport Houses rules Tiiis is jour last opportunity The house beinjr erected by Charles give strength to tho lungs that a cough ticular friend Mr Bader in good repair each lot 100 feet lay in the lower part of the cityJs Hear ilreckenridgojias hadjnany fair visit or cold will not settle there Twenty A firBt claBS story for boys will end in front running to alley lots well ing completion rorsthis season hnt it is jloubtful if a five rents at all good druggists this weeks issue of the Youths Com Â¬ improved plenty of shade and panion Tho title of tho story is Tho The Misses Bertha nndMlnuio May- - jniKe accomplished orfchaxinlng young water fine iron fence with stone mond of Victoria ware in tho city shop- - lady has visited this county in years than Freshman It shows what utter failures Miss Nellie Herndon of Brunswick Mo Enormous Sales we make when we aro trying to show for Ing yesterday foundation in front of houses Ob- Â¬ She poiseeees a sweet personality and ject of sale is to mako n division of An enormous quantity of tobacco is something other than ourselves 5 xouftiu yi junwtiui Dvopufuspuri that was visiting his daughter Mrs Ueo beauty womanwould make theistypical Ken- coming into the city Farmers from all T J Jolly requests tho publication of an estate Will sell very cheap tucky envious She also blessed sections of Bewleyviile Lodge No iWijyjnpunday the co inty are bringing iu the following Terms One third cash balance in with a voice of rare sweetness and power A M will meet in stated com- Â¬ 1 Ladies dont forget that the line of fall one that evidences careful culture and samples of the weed and are selling to 28 F two years Address JtJrese Roods at Sulxers is both complete will make her famous She is the guest local buyers The American Tobacco munication Nov 10th 18S at 7 I0 p one and m Work to be in 1st and 3rd degrees Company through its buyer J 1 UU WUIUUIUID of Mrs J H Wimp at Iivington this Barsliear received 20000 pounds Mon Â¬ Members of sister lodges cordially invit Â¬ VlraeiWilson risanjoyingjra nleasant weokand iB one of he most popular day F L BOYD and has a large force of hands at ed to attend vacation visiting friencs hnll relatives in belles that has ever been entertained in work The weed grades up well and Logan Hardaway from Williston N that refined and cultured community the VHIw Uwss f prices aro fairly good D arrived last Thursday to bo guest OWENSHORO KENTUCKY wfllterlav of Louisville spent Sun of his parent Mr and Mrs T P Hard ayatthVihorrttoMii8 parents Mr and DEATHS OF THE WEEK away It has been nino years since his Weak Eyes Are Made Strong MrBOharWaMay dim vision made clear styes removed last visit having spout the winter of 89 B Ofconree yon have not forgotten hat and 10 in Kentucky Ho Acdr a lids or sore eyes of Sulier keeps the only original line of from early lingering illness It that dated and granulatedand effectually cured any well and youug aud everjono is looking is clad to Dellaven kiud speedily spring Judgo J by Jfcdieabeautypjns Bee him with regrets that he will stay Ooverponp- - oldest and best the Eagle Hataforjouths1 boys and men caps bpo of citizens expired early Sunday Salve use of Sutherlands and sold Eye only a short while Known Its put up in tubes on for all ages and sexes They ate nobby morning His death was caused by par- Â¬ a guarantee by all good druggists This cuinmunity is shocked by the iknd stylish Sulzers to become the possessor of a alysis of the left side death of Mtb W N Drury that took Judge DoHaven was born near Falls of placo at her home on tho morning of f Call and see our now line of watches high grade reliable Fpr burns cuts braises laceration or Nov 12h She was sick liust rroeiyedf Cheaper than ever be Rongrrabout Arrears ngor He lived on injuries of any a description BALLAKLVS while and no ono realiz d ouly badsnort a farm during his youth and young manhow she Upre Shdrt Haynes Oranges lemons bannanas and other hood and moved to Oloverport 35 years SNOW LINIMENT Isasovereign remedy was until the end was very near The itropical friiits fust from Habtiago de ago It never fails to do good and so prompt- Â¬ fuueral services conducted by Rev He was a man gifted with a very bright ly that its wonderful curative properties Orokur took placo at her home Sunday Cuba at Julius bipples being energatio and poMess intellect and afternoon after which Mrs Qertrulo KoWboreer nee Miss ing frequently create surprise Price 25 and beside hor husband in she was laid away tho orchard noar fObedoffer of Chicago was a guest at Miss was those traits that beget popularity he 60 ots A It Fisher frequently called upou to act as a tho house Tills doublo grief ol giving Kate Ogle sbys last week soryant public up both parents in so short awhile is pj Newandlargefil linTof eolidgrld and During his life he as citytmarshal all worts for comfort and the Hunting Party Tgoldfillpd ajwetades ever showi id the pf Oloverport severalacted was deputy terms ereaved children are comfortless Indeed Morris Beard the genial cashier of the unless they find it the bit a led hope of IjtublicatflMftcV HaynesW fortJulte a period amUwas final sheriff Judge Bank than it does one of those ill if MjaVfbos H Bates Tanork has Just ly elected Jrheriff soryjng several asterms James of Hardinsburg and Police soverai Him who is the Resurrection and Life Skillman of this city with po A large crowd attended the burial and IMtWied from a visit of two weeks at in that capacity tie also acted fitting and cheaply made lice judge fat the city of Oloverport and congenial friends are lndulgtogii a hunt Â¬ the lous is one widely felt OwsjboraJtd WhitesvJUf ing trip and camping oxpeditlpn out on garments with which the was a school trustee E O Babbage and Ed Goodnight were The best way to avoid sickness is to He wa an active Democrat and a man the Bradch this week country is flooded win auesih hi tiiu MiMStH Marv Lxwisaud possessed Btrong Jikea keep yourself healthy by taking Hoods Mieliie tierndon at p upapiuui cauuirv whowas thoroughly honest aud dislikesÂ¬ EilocntoYour Ilowela With Cascareta lie Sarsaparilla tho great blood purifle- T tensely loyal to hia friends aud was in Candy Cathartic euro conntlpatlon forever 0oS6c IfCO0 tall ilruL Klsu refund money More He wis a member of the local Masonic Successful Revival than Lodge His funeral Monday was very A magnificent series of meetings are HMyiMteBded the services at the 200 h Iuk held at the Baptist church at Jollv Kravfi being conducted by tho Masonic styles Station aud a religious revival of large fl order The deceased leaves a wlfit and for proportions is going ou in tuat coramuu i five children alt tho latter are grown SI A Ky The meetlugs aro being conducted Ladies Tho bereaved family have the sincere b Rv Wise of Louisville and Ilov sympathy of tho entire community and Sliacklott of Ekron ISoth are pulpit DAVID WIIKATLBY Chil- Â¬ orators of unusual ability and are doing David Wlieailey aged 37 years died at dren great work his homo fit Jolly Station at 11 oclock from la t Friday n glt of typhoid foyer Mr euuty in JIooC Occi Wheatley wab a respected cltizin of Jolly Just remember that all your Clean blood means a clean skin No Btrongth must eorao from yqur beauty without it Caucarets Candy Cathar- and hi legion of friends mourn his loss foqd Did you ovor think of no ciean your uioou uuu Keen it clean uj One of the distressing feasor s connected stirring up the lazy liver and driving all im that up to vtith his t oath wjh tuo tact that he lost a your muaolea neod 1orhapa Begin today to purities fiom the bod daughter not lorg since from typhoid iflnfali iiimniei nous norvea ilotchcs blackheads moro strongthoryour and has aijqtlier ouughter who Is quite 50 00 and that sickly bilious complexion by taking or perhaps your otomaoh in This la the sixth low from the disease Cascarets beautv for ten rents All rimer vyoak and cannot digest what death that has occurred at Jolly this fall gists satisfaction guaranteed 10c 23 60c you oat from typhoid Look Label laslde the you noed mora streagth If To Dess and Oertrude From Mother WILKV IIRAIKEAK - collar Its a guar for then toko antes of correct Written for the News the Wiley Brash ear who hai long been style perfect St How happy are we up In tho tree and superior finish one pf tho most popular firemen iu the an assurance tnai Among tho red nd yellow leaves Henderson road died at the homo of youre buying the best thats made a Cloak Of lsWiadt within itirvo quarters of a Ills brother at Vnt Point early Monday Ilut soon the leaves so bright and gay that graces and beautifies the figure as no Every Inch of morning Tho deceased was a sufforer Will drop and fade away kiU of Owenboro Ky other garment can And leave ut cold oa the naked bough it iM riebays erim it lays ou the best from hemorrhages that resulted from Our rtfoUUoa for fuadfeg tie So come my twcc notes now 4k u the pc unty the laud is rolllne to pneumonia contracted while he was in of Ood IilTsr OU with Hypo Once more ne make the woodland ring ares aro in grass excellent the United Statea army Wiley was a tat of everything U caapeutially phosphites Tha oU Is tha most well- - spring aad cistern And then away upon the wing big hearted young man aud hia gmlal escprewed la our Cloak Defarteai easily changed of all foods lato story Mew brick companionable traits of character won To tome mora genial cime Btrangth and tha hypophos- in for him a legion of friends He was Where other notes will with us chime fratroowsfctM fin krm rrsldeact The Beet Line of Cloaks in Four POILBB svri VUlf WWV tlNVOI greatly liked by his fellow railroad men tonloa for tha nerves good frame of and by ii host ot persons a Oloverport So like the birds you should b gay boufisi ote M which is a Breokenridge County BCOTT 8 KMUIi acompletf set of ulA to whpm the news of iks deatli came like fttx rooms And make the best of each bright day BIOW Is tha easiest ktg wlrWt Malty k6e it a separata a shock Kor like the leaves youll fade and die and quickest cure for A i farw Wv will jtm UiIa And in seme lonely spot will lie FROM UP bw to Frsvtat a Gold low figitfs SU000 weak throats for No woie your vokca will bn heard Terms one iiiMlly I soughs of svstyJsind Or the pains and Ills of Ilia be feared After exposure or Whe you eel a iw three aad for all sftssa ofda sbbssbt atw srr Trare Hut In the choir up abovo cold coinngon take a doss of Foleys UUfcr WMkMmt fo owht of fanva for m1 You can sing for aye ol love 4 y Tilmr lioasy bku nmr it jwysr tmw a h aaajoss scbsm A Uto e TITVT YiY Slephsnipirt Nor 5 J91 m IlL Otewrport u - A v OfMaillSMHI J ioc b4 y r i Mkf j BARGAIN CENTER i sjKwt fur Vlfty CmU taWO GitoaAHMrBasvPa M QurnntueJ tobacco Bblt cure make weak Gtfttttlftf ct I IMlllll W 7 Agcrs GLORIOUS Congressman SPECTACLE Botkins Statement WWW ffV4 1 fc Jr j tlSfc The Habit of tit VULVA WANTS Buying at Sulzers v X W wr-- Â¬ Local Brevities J p 1 Ml til PliSilSf Pc-ru-- na habit with Cloverportand Breckcnridge coun ty It is a habit by which hundreds save in 1 7 7 9 j j it J 7 uieir uauy monvuoy ana yearly expcnai tures It is a habit that becomes more and t more fixed the ojtcner people buy here And i the broad reason is satisfaction People are satisfied with Sidzers merchandise People are satisfied with Sulzcrs prices People are satisfied with the ways of the store it man x ners and methods 7 Is a good habit It is a rapidly growing 1 i i -- Pe-ru-- If you are not a buyer at Sulzers 1 Po-ru-- we invite you to become one rte I X t X X Â¬ t SULZERS WVi i Â¬ WSkSVWf f A CHANCE J r FOR A Pl GOOD INVESTMENT FOR SALE Jackets WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY 1 ll al if Â¬ J wii lill Â¬ SPECIAL SALE Of Sample Line It Costs No More Â¬ Qoak 0 Come and See Them Â¬ g AS GMPARM - Arc You Easily Tired VEST T O CHAS 400 1 SCOTTS 0- J F OWEN WITH- - PICKETT TOBACCO WAREHOUSE A BRIDGES CO EMULSION Proprietors -- ImliN Cor Eighth and Main Sts A i Louisville Ky Not in BRIDGES W C BRIDGES Months Storage Free thi Combine ad lkrtibajao m plfat 4 1 JWjMWlVu wff to0irM0ictHt o ijo w i tt iMivipjnp t ajaajjju an W E Brown WORMSl Fr20YMrsltf UflatH JsLXsXe r VERMIFUGE Mutl M BeM4lH WHITES CREAM QuMb 9VCTE VWt w ta jio ejAvl OZiS - T 33Ptl7eK-e9k-XMejP- iimnTniMr a JAJWHCS r fttAI ate Wqm Mttsl IMN WFl sea lavYVfplBsfeiBssW IRVIUGTON KT Vot ewki by A K tWw Olomport Ky fri HARDINSBURG TIRED AND DESPONDENT ly County Court next Monday Miss Mary Board Is Improving rapid Â¬ Presents For Our Customer We have purchased a beautiful line of Stand Tabl from the largest manufacturer of Tables in the United States and are going toprerat them to our customers freeoffjr charge With each purchase we will issue a coupon and when the coupons amount to the following sums they will be redeemed at our store for the Tables For Coupons amounting to For Coupons amounting to For Coupons amounting to Mrs Bolser Speaks for Many Careworn Complaining Women Â¬ Three of Dr Kincheloes children hare been sick the past week Alfred Eskridge of Vine drove was visiting here last Sunday Miss Nellie Hook returned last Satur Â¬ day from a visit at Glendeane Miss Ella Robertson of Glendeane was hore last Saturday shopping Mr Baker of the Green Flag bargain store went to Hawesville last Sunday Mr and Mrs Frank Haswell of Olo 500 1500 2500 offlffiS5 ISatlliP Women in charge of homes and care- Â¬ complaining people find their strength permanently established by the use of Faines celery compound the greatest nerve restorer and blood purifier the world has ever been blessed with Try it and when you go to the drug store for Paines celery compound see that you get it Mrs Bolser speaks for countless women who have Buffered from aching backs worn and tired feelings and have been freed from pain and weakness by Faines celery compound Mrs Bolser tells the story of her deliverance from invalidism in the two following letters Mountain Junction Term Nov 3 04 Wells Richardson Co Dear Sirs To years ago I came from Nova Scotia and I suppose my debili- Â¬ tated condition was partially owing to climatic influences I used various kinds of medicines but continually grew weak- Â¬ er until it was with difficulty that I could go up and down stairs and in try Â¬ ing to walk out of doors could go only a few steps when I would be obliged to lean against a tree or sit down I had read frequently ol Faines celery com- Â¬ pound and resolved to aee it It put me on my feet again so that I began to take courage 1 used several bottles and I feel that I owe you a debt of gratitude for the same I recommend worn the compound to my friends far and near Yours gratefully Mrs 0 B Bolser After two years Mrs Bolser still praises Faines celery compound St Elmo Tenn June 23 180C Dear Sirs I still continue a friend and well wisher of Paines celery compound and have received replies from my friends of its good results on my recommendation I wish you continued success Mrs 0 B Bolser Yours truly One of the largest retail druggists in the city whose business enables him to feel the public pulse in the matter of sickness and its cure says Women are peculiarly in need of a pleasant tonic They Buffer from exhaustion and in Paines celery compound thoy find in Â¬ stant relief Many families now use it and many wives give it to their hus bands when they return home at night worn out from business cares It never fails to invigorate both the mind and the body and is a preparation that meets a common want for a safe and beneficial tonic Paines celery compound is just the remedy that suits the condition of worn en run down in health with unstrung nerves wasted bodies and thin vitiated Â¬ blood FALLS OF ROUGH There are quite a large number of our citizens locating in Owenaboro of late Eskridge report trade Beauchamp good in the mercantile business at this writing Mrs Kate Eskridge and little son Preston paid Hardinsburgn hurried visit on the 8th inst Eskridge are giving em Â¬ Beauchamp ployment to a great many hands making staves and cross ties We have had quite an interesting class in penmanship at this place recently conducted by J 0 Tilford This being our first communication to the Nxws we trust our letter will escape the fate of the waste basket Health is generally good our physi Â¬ cian Dr E B Harris reports less sickness at present than for many months past The death of Uncle John Fentress which occurred on the night of the 11th inst was unexpected to the bereaved family we extend our most profound sympathy We most gladly and cheerfully con- Â¬ descend to pen a few facts and figures pretaining to the recent Democratic land slide in the grand old fourth Surely that mountain of ballots 3700 majority for the Hon Dave Smith sounds big in the ears of the late Republican and Pop- Â¬ ulist candidates Wonder what the ex candidate on the Populist ticket thinks now 7 He told in the campaign he did not expect to be elected said he was only making the race to defeat Smith We are glad to say these former ofilco holders under the Republican regime from other counties and at present pre Â¬ tending to be Populists or in other words a wolf in sheeps clothes aint in it when they buck against Daye Smith Above all there stands old Breckenridge county the home of the Republican and Populist candidates where in the racy round ups of human events do we place her record 1 Just 05 majority for an ex speaker of the lower house of Kentucky How docs that sound for such a brave man in his own estimation he who while Acting in that high official capacity told after he reÂ¬ turned home he had two pistols on the speakers desk to shoot Democrats during the scene of excitement following Brad Â¬ leys call for the state malltia to quell a Republican Legislature and aid them to elect a United States Senator Again be it remembered the Populist candidate did sot get quite one fourth as many votes Smiths majority over the fUpiip lleaa nominee II I were the Pojwllat MMKdato J weald ge ta the four winds ei the earth ask Ge4 to sofcea the tide ef my as Ha Uropaw the wlads to tbe actors Jamb or otherwise I weald d as Dm eetrkh wUeh warns the Â¬ 9 and hope no one would see me In 1807 these little jack legged Republicans around about the Falls of Rough were kept busy for a month croating imitation graves for us Democrats rejoicing over McKinleys election as the tide baa turned we Democrats shall leave off all such nonsensical work and only do unto others as we would have others do unto us Sinco the late election has forever sidetracked the Republican and Populist candidates we will only Bay joy to their memory and peaco to their Grayson Democrat ashes You Cant Afford to Change It A heavy cold may lead to pneumonia or consumption Foleys Honey and Tar taken in time affords perfect security from serious results A R Fisher Olo verport R A Shellman Stephens port Gordon Haynes Patesvllle E A Witt Hardinsburg WEBSTER Protracted meeting this week Come to oar meeting this week Hal Drane went to Hardinsburg Sue day Colds are quite prevalent among child- Â¬ ren Mrs Margaret Colgan returned to Lou Â¬ isville Saturday The colored voter was not much in eyldence on election day Clint Crutcher and wife of Garrett at- Â¬ tended church here Sunday Miss Maye Olaycomb of Irvington at Â¬ tended church here Sunday Prof S Geo Hook visited his uncle J V St Clair near here Saturday II L Kurtz returned from Louisville Sunday having been up to Bell stock Missionary Rally Day was highly satis-Â¬ factory here from every point of view The election passed off quietly and everybody can derive consolation from the general result Many nimrods will sleep on their arms to night ready to make war on tho quails to morrow Tuesday A protracted meeting began here Sun day night to continue Indefinitely con- Â¬ ducted by Bros Blgbam Roberta and other church workers Bro Blgbam has created a very favor Â¬ able Impression here among our people and we are impressed that we have the right man for this work We called Sunday to see our old friend Dr P W Foote of Bewley vllle and re Â¬ gretted very much to find him housed on account of an attack of rheumatism An Extra Fine Mahogany Top Table with A Beautiful Oak Stand Table top 20 in A Hardwood Tablb with top 15 inches verport spent last Sunday in this city braes feet Top 24 in square square square Â¬ Rov Father Raymond is holding services at the Catholio church this week W Rev J WBigham will preach Thanks For Coupons amounting to For Coupons amounting to CALL AND EXAMINE OUR giving sermon at the M E church South Burrel Beard and Jesse Eskridge came up from Owenaboro to put in a vote for A Handsome Card and Lamp Stand 10x11 A Now Oak Stand with 24 in top and Blanford THAT ARE GIVEN FREE nicely finished in and 32 in high Tim Harman has contracted his farm of eighty acres near this place to Scott Morton at 750 WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF Miss Hallie Beeler of Kirk was here visiting among her several days last week young lady friends Groceries Hardware Tinware Notions Boots and Shoes Dry Goods Clothing T C Lewis the city jeweler tells us fine display of jewel- Â¬ that he will have a ry during the holidays Send me 40c silver and your picture any kind and I will maketyou two photo buttons from it A W Vickers Hawesville Ky Mr Blanford was here on Monday previous to the election feeling quite confident of success Tho returns show over three thousand in favor of Smith Mies Judith Hook the twelvo year old daughter of Mr and Mrs- - John Hook died at their residence here last Tuesday Her remains were interred in the Free dom cemetery Tuesday excitement run a little high Late to bed and early to rise prepares Old man Henry Mattlngly who was over tbe stock law a man for his bomo iu tbe skies But hurt last week in an accident from a run Â¬ Little Archey and Tula Johnson are early to bed and a Little Early Riser the away team baa been moved from Oscar pill that makes life longer and better and sick with colds and fevers Burchs to his home near West View Havnes Bro Willis of Haynesville Ohio couu wiser Short slowly Ho is improving an ad ty visited Rev B J Ritchey Beard Hensley have rented Election paaeed off quietly some fw dl tional ware house and are preparing to handle a big lot of tobacco the coming made mistakes in voting on the stock season Mr Hensley has already begun law Madam Rumor thought she heard the riding and inspecting crops For the next thirty days I tolling of wedding bells but it was im Notice will Bell my entire stock of goods at cost agination We had a nice rain Wednesday and Now is the timo to secure bargains the tobacco men have a chance to strip Come early and get the pick Terms cash Positively nothing sold on time their tobacco School closed Wednesday on account J B Whitworth Garfield of diphtheria We learn that there is Reports from the railroad officials are another case in the neighborhood one of to the effect that the travel on the branch John Coneys children is very satisfactory so far The public A wind storm accompanied with a is so well pleased with tho new passen- Â¬ heavy rain and hail passed through this Â¬ ger train that it hopes nothing will in- section Saturday evening a few frights duce the Company to discontinue it was the extent of the damaue done Hardins- Â¬ The Democrats here think they have When it comes to nimrods we are in it made a victory over this district going a little bit too Hank Probus caught one Democratic For several elections past coon one squirrel two oppossuma and it has been in the Republican colum n killed an enormous snake and to say it The thing shifts as it were Next year was a good night for hunting would be we elect a Representative to the Legisla-Â¬ an insult to ones truthfulness ture and the small majority just turned lira Minnie Dawson died very sudden Nice line Clothing up in the county for Blandford may give ly Sunday morning of diphtheria her some Democrat fresh courage a year husband found her dead when he awoke henco to case in for this honor Mr She leaves three little children to battle Haswell the present incumbent will in tiirough this cold world without a moth Fine Tailor Made all probability stand for re election and ors affectionate care They with ail the in no event can ho have the same assur- Â¬ bereaved ones have the sympathy of ance of success from tht fact that in his their friends find last race he had the support of his whole Soon will ks a few fleeting day or yean Extra fine Tailor Made fancy county ticket Then they can we their mother again FANCY When Jeaui in the tlciei thall appear silk and Batin linings Hits the Spot It With her they thall In glory reign in- Â¬ Then the children lie hath given When suffering from a severe cold and Uulted again to live In Heaven your throat and lungs feel sore take a ORANGES 1 Honey and Tat dose of Foleys I No Bight to Ugliness 1 loess will be at when the sore CANNED GOODS The woman who is lovely in face form once relelvedji warm great and temper will always haye friends but VEGETABLES ful feeling and Healing of the parts af- Â¬ one who would be attractive must keep fected will bo experienced and you will her health If she is weak sickly and say It feels so good It hits the spot all run down she will be nervous and Jt is guaranteed A R Fisher Clover- - irritable If she has constipation or kid Â¬ CONDIMENTS port Gordon Haynos Patesvllle ney trouble her impure blood will cause JR A Shellman E A pimples blotches skin eruptions and a Stephensport ED FOODS Witt Hardinsburg wretched complexion Electric Bitters is the best medicine in the world to reg- Â¬ DUKES ulate stomach liver and kidneys and to Haying some fine weather purify the blood It gives strong nerves The Best Kinds are kept in stock and anything you want Farmors are gathering corn bright eyes smooth velvety skin rich of that nature can be found at g Mrs Nate Starka is en the sick list complexion It will make a charming woman of a run down in- Â¬ Rev 8 J Ritchey is worse at this valid Only CO cents at Short Haynes writing Drug Store Miss Rosa Nichols of Canoy Creek is Extra nice Jackets in Astricans visiting relatives here this week One Minute Cough Cure cures Beaver cloth strictly tailor made Nearly everybody went to the election That U what It wax mad for 1000 2000 TABLES Jwroe d We will not be undersold We ask an examination of our Clothing before you purchase your Winter Suit or Overcoat SHELMAN CO Irvington Ky fVVVfVVViV Figure Every Way You Will You Must Eat Justnow you will cludes There is no getting round the fact that Witts Prices are the cheapest and Witts Goods are the best for the money that can be found at burg 289 to 350 750 400 8 to at this store the to 1250 GROCERIES in best line of the city The stock of FRUITS ANDLEMONSwhile iJj the line of embraces the very best brands of and FRUITS JELLIES PICKLES SPICES and PREPAR s t good-lookin- 49c- to 1000 10 t - t Tortured By Rheumatism A 500 to to Strictly Tailor Made Broad Cloth and Cheviot Jackets WITTS HARDINSBURG KY PELLVILLE i 250 Geo 500 Co 1 Purely Vegetable Blood Remedy is the Only Ki if I felt so much better after taking two bottles that I continued tho remedy and in two months I was cured com- Â¬ pletely Tho cure was permauent for I have never sinco had a touch of though many times Rhoumatism exposed to damp and cold weather KLKANOB Cure If tho pooplo gonerally know the truecauso of Rheumatism thero would bo uo such thing as lini inonts and lotions for this painful and disabliug disease Tho faob is Rhoumatism is a disordered stato M TlPIlCLL It i i h r til n hitie rai- T mj hA Many a household Is saddened by death because of the failure to kea a hand a safe and absolute certain cure for croup sack as Oae Minute Cough Cum See WAIlU wi mjul olu JLA taAASA ela- yAin Lla I AAiM AMi tkJjtfliAAaljl PMHappni wwtaa rirrB tTWtsaj WW pWIVflfM Tsal osi ia Mm saada of the desert sMrgMcy Start A Hayaas Those who havo had experience with Rheumatism know that it becomes moroBovoro oaoh yoar and like all other blood diseases tho doctors are totally unablo to of tho blood it can bo reached euro it In faot thoroforo only through tho blood the pnly remedies But all blood remedies can not cure which thoy pre Â¬ RhoumatiBm for it is an obstinato scribe are potash diBoaso ono which requires a real and moroury and blood remedy something moro than though temporary a moro tonic Swifta Spociflo is roliof may result tho only real blood remedy and it tliCBO remedies proÂ¬ promptly goes to tho very bottom duct a stiffness of of ovon tho most obstinato case joints and only in- A few years ago I was taken with in Â¬ tousify tho diseaso rl S S novor disappoints for it flammatory Ilheumatlimwhichthouoh mild ut first beoamo gradually so in- Â¬ ia made to euro those deep rooted for weeks unable to diseases which tense that I was are boyond the walk I tried several prominent phyai It clam and took their treatment faith- reaoh of all othor remedies fully but was unable to get the slightest oures permanently Rhoumatism relief In fact my condition seemed to Catarrh CancerScrofula Eczema grow worse the pains spread over my and all other blood diseases It entire body and from November to March I nine red agony I tried many is tho only blood remedy guar Â¬ patent medicines but none relieved me anteed Upon the advice of a friend I decided to Vegetable try S p 8 Before allowing m to take it however my gaanUan wbe was a Books mailed free by Swift ehwnlst wwlysfd tbf remedy and pro Company Atlanta Ga mhib4 it frM of potash or menay 8711 Powelton Avenue Philadelphia WSmFf Â¬ Purely 8pii A considerable scare here over diph theria Miss Mollle Miller went to Owenaboro amaV VVtVfV last week A larger crop of wheat sown here than D n bUIICgC The oioeit The But was ever known before Since the stock law was defeated here Free use of Dictionary Encyclopaedia Scientific Apparatus Six Courses the poor men Btill claim they have tbe and advantage of us Botb Sexes Health Thorough Instruc- Â¬ Several farmers Bear here have sold tion Beat Social and Religious Influ Â¬ their tobacco to Oweaeboro buyers for ence no Saloons 7 SO 17 90 and f 1 Tuition 8 00 per term of tea weeks It ia said by those who have gathered Send for Special AunounctBaenta to and husked their core that oae ear ia evory eight a rottea J H I LOtlAN FrMMeat Walter Metcaifs young son Jesse died of throat trouble and was buried ia Pell vllle Saturday week W call jxci1 ttDtion tooUr Mrs Thosaas FeU who visited la BreckeMlde eeaaty two weeks re tamed boeae Headay of last week T O Bteadferd of Herrwoed was AUtMvek CHprMi here Saturday patting ap a beautiful red trimmed la nlee stylish i4M granite block at the grave of Mka Orpba with wlBftt birds featfeei Mosley aigrettes aiw bttekles Mioses Ada Frank and Maaoe Downs AT EXTIAIRtlHARY of Kirk tw of Bfeekearidfe 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