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Digital page images are linked to the text file. mm vjw n WW MM i at v THE BRECKENRIDGrE NEWS ALL THR NEXWS THATS KIT TO PLINT separate meeting to appoint a place for their next Association Garrett was do elded on as the next place of meeting to be held the third Saturday in December The chair appointed A V Williams D W Burch and F E Hardesty a committee to arrange a program for the next meeting On motion the association adjourned with tho hope of meeting together again in tho near future Â¬ VOL XXIII Tho infant child of the Judge was killed by the accident and his wife was render- Â¬ ed unconscious The physician declared that the woman would bo rendered in Â¬ sane when she regained consciousness Tony the Covict Finely Inter- Â¬ were she to find her child dead With the consent ol the dying mother her preted by Amateurs child the daughter of Tony tho Con- Â¬ was substituted for tho infant vict A Brilliant Audience Witnesses the daughter of Judge Van Cruger Tho adopted dauahter was named Performance Lena She grow to graceful womanhood Lowisport has juBtly been called the unconscious ol her history When she biggest little city on earth and it cer- Â¬ was about eighteen years of age she fell in love with Phillip Warburton a socie Â¬ tainly deserves that title ty man of the finest type He reciprocatWhen it goes in for a thine whether ed her affection James Barclay a hard Â¬ hearted cynical young man also loved her and he used tho secret knowledge of tho fact that her father was a convict to gain power over her and almost com- Â¬ pelled her to marry him But iu the end truth prevailed Tony the conylct es- Â¬ tablished his innocence gained wealth and appeared upon the sceno in time to frustrate James Barclays vindictive schemes and land the latter in the peni- Â¬ tentiary The following is tho cast of characters CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 30 1898 used as a conyeyanco by Judge Van Cm NO 20 SPLENDID EXHIBITION gerand his family had turned over tat -- sim Sv iiiiKiw WILLIAM II MILLER it is a street fair a teachers association tf tf or an amateur theatrical entertainment it goes in to win The people down there have no such word as failure in their lexicon Last Thursday night which was Thanksgiving night by the way the people of that pretty little city were treated to an entertainment that would be creditable to the Meffert Stock Com- Â¬ pany the theatrical organization that Louisville fairly raves over The show was given In Odd Fellows hall which has a fine large stage and a splendid seating arrangement The hall would be a credit to any large city and its entire seating capacity was tested to the utmost A conservatiye estimate of tho number of people present is 500 aud rffiiri MM fir v J it is certain that a handsomer better dressed or more intelligent audiqnee could not be gathered in the state of Kentucky The beautiful toilettes of the ladies and the well groomed appearance of the men present together with the atmos- Â¬ phere of refinement and culture made TOM H PJSLL up an environment that was elevating in its influence The characters of the drama were in- Â¬ Your average Lowisport gathering is peculiar to itself The people are all terpreted in a splendid manner Each actor seemed in sympathy with his part and there was an artistic rendition of the who has an honest heart beneath his ragged coat Wm B Miller Wesry Wayside hit henchman too tired to work WIIUllncoe James Ilarclay hard lwaited and vindictive Robt II 1rentls Phil Warburton a social leader SamT McGIll Judge VanCniger of the Supreme Court Tom DTell Warden Durrowi of Sing Sing prison Gregory niandford Kirch I McGIll Jackson the negro footman Lena the reputed daughter of Judge Van Cruger Pearl Illandford Mrs VanCiuger the Judges wife Grace Illckt Mlts Sedley who takes pleasure In being dis Â¬ agreeable Madge Illandford Sally with a soul above hath Eunlcslillndford Tony Warren a many titled character tically that no one was aware of the fact His blundors his jokes and witticisms were all so timely that they fitted to a T He is n natural humorist and comedian Lena by Miss Pearl Blaudford was perfect She was an ideal heroine and had a fine conception of the artistic pos sibilities of her part She was sweet sympathetic and very dramatic She won tho hearts of the audience from tho start Mrs Van Ciuger by Miss Grace Hicks was a very protty rendition She was tho refined cultured devoted moth- Â¬ er that one would look for Tho ele- Â¬ ment of sadness that had entered her life as an invalid was apparent and Miss Hicks is to be warmly congratu- Â¬ lated upon her success Mips Sedley by Madge Blandford could not be Improved upon The won- Â¬ der of it was how bo agreeable and pretty a young lady could make herself up and act so as to make herself the disagreea Â¬ ble old maid that was demanded by the part Her rendition of the character was rich and it made every one truly happy when Miss Sedley was reported among the dead Sally by Eunice Blandford was a Miss Eunice Blandford is an peach ideal soubrctte Her spirits just bubble over with gaiety and her laugh was con- Â¬ tagious She is natural and unaffected and her free unconventional personality made her a star of the first magnitude She has a beautiful voice and the duet ronuereu by ner and Mr iilincoo was encored over and over again Gregory Blandford as Warden Bur rows of Sing Sing prison was good and would have shown splendid talent In a more important part The concert that formed part of the program was highly enjoyed and by ita artistic work the Lewlsport band has es- Â¬ tablished itself as a first class musical organization and one that would be creditable to Owensboro PROGRAM Â¬ SCHOOL TEACHERS Are Royally Entertained Irvington People -- DaVAI V jkkVPAVMtiv OVl BAKINa Baking PmvniFft ntw 0 by nwM CO Makes the food more delicious and wholesome POWDtR BAND Aeolian Hall march May Blossoms galop Palatinos march and Lakota waltzes OI1CIIE8THA T Overture evpr ReadyPostmans March Garden City Waltz Flash galop Dixie Oxford Waltz Memories of Home Arcadian Scbottische Roseola March Summer Night Serenade and Oloyerdale Scbottische The evening was a most tnjoyable one Quite a number of people were present from Hawesville Oloverport and other points Soothing healing cleansing DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve is the implacablo enemy of sores burns and wounds It never fails to cure Piles You may re Â¬ ly upon it Short Haynes IN SPITE OF COLD The Merchants Enjoyed a Fine Trade whole Saturday The cold windy weather of Saturday prevented a large crowd from coming to town and it also interfered with the pro- Â¬ posed baloon ascension to the extent that the latter event was postponed The aeronaut said that going up in a hot air balloon and leaping 1000 feet through the clouds with the assistance of a parachute under the best of conditions was dangerous but with such a wind as was blowing Saturday it was a hundred times more so and meant certain death to him should he attempt it The people who braved the weather and came to the city were quite active in The leading houses of their trading the city report the best business last week they have had in years f c IX r i lil William B Miller as Tony The Con vict was a success His fine physique and his earnest sincere personality fitted him for this difficult part He enlisted tho sympathies of the audience from the -start It took great tact to interpret this W SrSmt peculiar character who at one moment seemed weak and trifling and the next was intensely dramatic but Mr Miller handled it in an artistic manner Weary Wayside the tramp actor was beautifully rendered by W B Blincoe His genuine good na L VT ture and his love for pie gave him a warm place in the hearts of tho audience and they are indobted to bim for many a hearty laugh Robert B Prentis as James Barclay KODT H FRBNTIS the villianmade himself cordially hated He was as cruel and as cold as he could like one family They are proud of be Not in that rampant style but in their town proud of its people and they the quiet vindictive cynical manner that pull together In all things That is why cuts to the quick The greatest compli- Â¬ they are so successful and the gathering ment that can be paid Mr Prentis is that Thanksgiving night exemplified this to the fullest extont t14ASiBBBHBl The drama to be rendered was Tony the convict It was realistic to a de- Â¬ dKflHssmHI gree It recited the story of a mans Hfe9B3lsBlaBBnB I f1 life who had generously sacrificed him Â¬ self that an erring brother should not suffer He wss innocent of any guilt yet he allowed the charge of forgery to rest upon him and was convicted His isSaim wife suffering under the Btigma of her husbands disgrace left her homo taking BBBBBBBBaMlBBBBBBBBBVBBBBfca her infant child with her They rested one night in a louely cottage and the ISIESMflBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBfl burden of grief brought the suffering mother to deaths door While she was lying on the bed waiting the dissolution a physMan announced that a carriage HsrBr iMij r PHP happy-go-luck- Â¬ BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBi Dr Bulls Cough Syrup is unques Â¬ tionably the most remarkable remedyever produced for the cure of throat and lung troubles ft has cured thousands and has done wonders In many easel of incipient consumption Were Entertained The hospitable home of Mrs Etta Evans waalhe scene of a very pleasant gathering Monday night as that charm Â¬ ing hostess entertained in honor of the Misses Evelyn and Minnie Murray Those present were Miss Evelyn Mur- Â¬ ray of Bowling Green Miss Minnie Murray of Salt Lake Oity Miss Alliene Murray Miss Bessie 11 amble ton Mrs D R Murray Messrs Ohas Moorman Eugene Vest Fred Fralze James Fisher and Master David Murray The guests were delightfully entertained and had a royal time The sooner a cough or cold is curod without harm to the sufferer the better Lingering colds are dangerous Hacking cough is distressing One Minute Cough Cure quickly cures it Why suffer when such a cough cure is within Teach It is pleasant to taste Short Haynes Olft all the Same The little nine pound boy that glad Â¬ dens the home of Mr and Mrs D F Barnes came just a day too late to be a Thanksgiving gift so far as the date is concerned having been born Nor 25th But he is Bush a handsome and lusty youth that he is justly regarded as a Thanksgiving gift Congratulations hBHP BABYS SMOOTH FAIR SKIN PKADL HLANDFORD kJV A Grateful Mother Writes this Letter Telia all about Her Troubles when Baby Broke out with Scrofula Soros At the Age of two months my baby began to have sores break out on bis right eheek We used oil the external apÂ¬ plications that we could think or hear of to fto avail The sores spread all over one side of his face We consulted a physl ckJa and tried his medicine and In a week tbeaoro WMgono But to my surprise lu two weeks more another scrofulous look- Â¬ ing sore appeared on babys arm It gtvr worse and worse and when he was tfewe months old I began giving him I also took Hoods Hoods Sareaparllla ftastaparllla and before the first bottle flabbed the sores were well and have Mfer MtBraed He la now four years old bat he never had any sign of those erefaleiM since be was oared by Hoods Sanaparllla for which I feel very grateful My boy owes his good health and smooth fair sVIh to this great med Â¬ Mm 8 0 Wwraw Farming icine Get only Hoods ton Delaware m bs Hoods Pills rX iiiiii Uapiovtenkprtbth4aidUM the audience would haye been glad to mob him He was a most successful vlllian Phil Warburton played by Sam T MrGill was artistic Mr McGIll was every inch tho polished suayo high toned high principled gentleman that his part called for Judge Van Oruger by Tom B Pell was a revelation It was bard for the audience to realize that Mr Pell had not spent a life time on the stage He was as natural as life in the part His Judgo Van Cruger could not bo improved upon you had the ideal supreme judge before your oye in every word and act of Mr Pell His story of Lenas life told quiet- Â¬ ly butwlth intense earnestness held the audience breathless and waa a triumph of dramatic art He covered himself with glory by Jackson the Negro Footman Kluch MoGlll was the my of suuahlne that lit up the play HrMeGiUbad to mUb Coke A literary review was well given by L 8 Roberts on the great author When you ask for DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve dont accept a counterfeit or imitation There are more cases of Piles Tho teachers o Breckenridge and being cured by this then all other comMeade counties in joint association met bined Short Haynes at Irvington Nor 2G 1893 Notwith Â¬ COMPETENT EVIDENCE standing the cold and disagreeable day a large crowd of teachers patrons and What W Jeff Lee says About Superintendfriends of education gathered early at ent Hancock in- Â¬ the school building which shows tho terest manifested in the cause of educa- Â¬ Tho teachers in this county who de tion sire a course in teaching will be interest The house waa called to order by Supt ed in the following testimonial concern- Â¬ Driskell S E Hancock of the Clover Supt Ashcraft was elected president ing Prof port school It is splendid testimony as and F E Hardesty secretary to Tho Association was opened with to his ability conduct teachers courses and all who deBlre to fit themselves the prayer by Rev Crocker for their profession should avail The welcome address was given by better themselves of his experience O Crabbe and a warmer welcome Mr E To whom it may concern This is to could not have been given by one less S E Hancock has been interested in education In his long and cortify that Prof Principal of tbeShepherdsville academy well prepared address he shows his in- Â¬ for tho past nine years during which terest in tho better education and espec ially in our public schools of which he time I have been personally acquainted with him He has also been officially is a warm friend associated with me during the past three Supt Ashcraft responded to the ad years as members of tho County Board dress with a short and appropriate speech of Examiners and have not hesitation Miss Mary Lewis held the audience in silence while giving a beautiful and well in recommending him as a gentleman of high moral character n true Christian rendered vocal solo Â¬ An interesting paper was read by J an able educator and a fine disciplinarian About one third of the schools of O Tucker on The Relation of tho Pupil the county are taught by his pupils all to Citizenship of whom are doing a high grado work I How to supplement reading was tbereforo most cordially and cheerfully ably discussed by W A Stlth A long well prepared and interesting recommend him to the people of any paper was read by Mr Ed Goodnight on community who are in need of an ear- Â¬ nest able and conscientious teacher Thoughts by the way Very Respectfully W Jeff Lek Eugene Gulllland in his own genial Supt Bullitt County Schools manner discussed the subject of Men Â¬ tal Arithmetic Weak Eyes Aro Made Strong E R Burch read a review on ono sev- Â¬ dim vision made clear styes removed enth of Quicks Education Reformers in which he gave credit to the author and and granulated lids or sore eyes of any to himself Ho showed by his prepara kind speedily and effectually cured by tion of the paper that ho is not only in- Â¬ tho uso of Sutherlands Eagle Eye terested in our present system of teach Â¬ Salvo Its put up in tubes aud sold on a guarantee by all good druggists ing but also in the ways of ages ago A Committee on Resolutions was ap- Â¬ VICIOUS FIRE pointed consisting of Miss Eula Davis Eugene Guilliand and Supt Driskell On motion the Association adjourned The House Burned as it It Were Powder for dinner The crowd was ushered into an adjoining room where a most bounti Â¬ ful dinner was served which renders The most sensational fire we have credit to the people of Irvington and heard of comes from near Chambers says vicinity the Hawesville Clarion On Monday At 1 30 oclock the Association was during the high wind a house belonging ready for another session Mr E U to Hon J L Brown and occupied by Crabbe gave a short discussion of the his brother Joseph was set on firo from a paper road by E R Burch on Quicks flue on the south side Joseph Brown Educational Reformers and family had just returned from a pro- Â¬ Miss Ruth Willett read an essay on tracted meeting being held in the neighSolf Relionce in which she showed borhood and were accompanied by that what we gain is by our own efforts Misses Mlckle and Gardner It was Miss Maud Brinsley interested the some time after thoy had arrived home crowd by reciting The Inventors and in broad day light when the fire broke out The flames spread as if in a Wifo Miss Hilda Mattingly in her usual powder bed and all inmates came near gentle manner gave an interesting re Â¬ not escaping Everything the family had waa burned except two feather beds and view on Foot Paths Miss Myrtle Norman recited a beauti- Â¬ the visitors didnt have time to as much ful piece describing some colonial cus- Â¬ as get their wraps out toms If you have sore throat soreness across A paper was read by Mr S E Han- Â¬ cock on The Progress of Our School the back or side or your lungs ieel soro Systems showing the way that educa- or tender or you are threatened with tion started in Kentucky in the first dlptheria or pneumonia apply BAL settlements and tho advancement to LARDS SNOW LINIMENT externally and use BALLARD S HOREHOUND the present SYRUP A R Fisher Miss Partridge the elocution teacher of Irvington school recited a well pre- Â¬ OLD BOREAS pared selection and plainly showed tho results of training Swoops Down Upon Unfortunates Without Professional and Personal Influeuce was ably discussed by Mr J U is Overcoats Logan After five minutes recess the teachers This section of the country had its first were counted which showed that Breck Â¬ touch of real winter last Saturday On enridge bad twenty threo present and that day the clouds began to lower and Meade twenty four a total of forty seven a fine dry snow began to fall The cold teachers was quite severe and it stimulated the The biography of W E Gladstone was demand for overcoats as well as ably and creditably given by A V Wil- Â¬ Those who had fat hogs liams after which A O Burton followed took advantage of the cold snap to kill and briefly reviewed the life of Glad Â¬ them and the dying squeal of the porker stone in which he said he claimed the was heard throughout the land These honor of being tho author of tho tribute cool mornings the country and city peo to Gladstone a statesman a gentleman pie are enjoying fresh sausage spare ribs a scholar and a Christian and pork chops the seasons most ap- Â¬ The Alaskan question was taken up preciated delicacies under current events by Mr Burton who brletly spoke of tho past and the Improving the Streets future possibilities of the future of street committee of the city coun- Â¬ The that land cil has been doing fino work the past The Armenian question was omitted week having various streets in the city on account of time repaired and otherwise improved Sec-Â¬ The recitation by Miss Fannie Ham Â¬ ond street has been gravelled and it is ilton was well rendered and well re- Â¬ now one of the best streets wittiln the ceived corporation Bad holes on the streets Home Influence on the School was and sidewalks have been filled up and briefly and ably discussed by Milton things aro once more in good condition A float Profitable Joint County Institute Held A Â¬ SLAVES ROMANCE He Played the Role of Enoch Â¬ Arden For Many Years Returns to Kentucky to Find His First Wife Â¬ a Widow Very few negroes In Kentucky to day have lived as eventful a life as Steven Bowmer who now lives at Hnrned in this county Ho was born in Breckenridge and became the property of W II Bow- Â¬ mer of this city who sold him to Burril Hensler When Steyen Bowmer was about 20 years of age ho waa married to a slave woman on a neighboring farm and shortly after the union was taken to Louisville by Hensler who sold him to a Louisiana sutiar planter for 1000 Bowmer v as taken south and while in that country lost sight of his Kentucky wife He married twice in thirty years and after the death of his last wife in Louisiana ho longed to return to olo Kaintuck Ho left Louisiana nnd settled at Harn ed this county lost August A few weeks ago he found that his first wife was still living and last Sunday thoy wjro united in marriage The story told by Bowmer in detail is exceedingly interesting Ho was of fine physique and the last time he appeared on the auction block he brought 1550 which was then considered a good price Out of the twenty four slaves that were sold with him one an expert carpenter brought S2f00 He was shipped to Louisiana where he went to work in the cane fields of the Briscow plantation on which 270 able bodied slayes were employed Shortly after becoming one of the chat- Â¬ tels of the Briscow plantation the over- Â¬ seer came to him with an ugly looking wench and told Bowmer that the woman had been selected as his wife Bowmer was rather aesthetic in his tastes and told tho oveiseer that he would rather die than live with the woman The overseer laughed good naturedly and let the matter drop then and there Shortly after Bowmer was taken from the fields and made coachman for his master Two years later he married a slave woman who had been sold from her hus band in Virginia He lived with her forty years Six years after ho had been sold into slavery the war broko out and Bowmer joined the union army and fought in the ranks for three years When peace was declared he went to farming and lived uneventfully until his wife died A few months afterward he married another woman with whom he lived two years when she died After the death of his lost wife Bow mer longed to return to Kentucky and he sold his two town lots in Vicksburg Miss and settled up his affairs He came to Cloyerport to hunt up his peo- Â¬ ple and while here met his old master W II Bowmer who gave him some money and his supper Bowmer then went to Harned where he bought him a modest home A few days Bin co he accidentally heard that his first wife whom he had been sold away from nearly fifty years ago was still liv intj Her name is Anno Keys Like her husband she had been married twico since their separation and both husbands had died She has several grown chil- Â¬ dren Last Sunday the couple held a reunion and were again married Steven Bowmer was asked how he felt since the wheel of fortune had turned so pleasantly for him Jes as if I had ligion boss I De sun Â¬ shine in my soul I want to shout and sing hallelujah all day long is his homely answer Eilucnto Your Uowels With Cuacnrets Candy Cathnrtlc euro constipation forever If C C C fall druggists refund money ON THEIR And The EAR 10c 25c Fowler Republicans May Get After Nick It is hinted by men in close touch with Fowler the late Republican candidate for congress in the second district that the latter will instituto legal proceedings against N S Greathouse clerk of Han- Â¬ cock county It is said that they will try to reach him by criminal prosecution Nick need have little to fear however or the gang who is after him would have a hard time establishing Fowlers status as tho regular nominee Tho Eagle King of All Birds is noted for its keen sight clear and dis- Â¬ tinct vision So are thoselpersons who uso Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve for weak eyes styes sore eyes of any kind or granulated lids Sold by all dealers at 25 cents DIDNT HALF TRY Kentucky Went Democratic Majority By a Big Â¬ Kentucky went Democratic on the Congressional vote by 21000 votes The majorities by districts were as follows Wheeler 5G50 Allen 1019 Rhea 2475 Smith 37i8 Berry 4577 Settle 5212 Gil bert 0S2 Williams 180 Fitzpatrick 876 Tho aggregate in ten districts of 2751 1 is offset by Boreings Republican major Â¬ ity of 0142 In the Eleventh And tho Democrats didnt half try Late to bed and early to rise prepares a man for his home in the skies But early to bed and a Little Early Riser the pill that makes life longer and better and wiser Short Haynes Â¬ GREAT REMOVAL SALE On account of removing to Vino Grovo Ky decided to closo out our entire stock of wo have GENERAL MEHCHANDISE CONSISTING OP DRY GOODS BOOTS AND SHOES CLOTHING AT Holmes An instrumental solo was rendered by Misa Partridge all of whose music was highly appreciated by the audience E O Crabbe gave a short talk on the Lung Irrltatloa Is the forerunner to consumption Dr improvement in educational matters will cute it and Owing to the limited time and the de- Â¬ Bells give strength to the lungs that a cough parture of the crowd he did not give his or cold will not settle there Twenty speech as per program but said he would save it for another time five centa at all good druggists Owing to the approach of darkness the Usual Liabilities remainder of the program consisting of V G Babbage returned yesterday five numbers waa omitted The ComailkU ea Resolutions re Â¬ from Owensboro where he tiled a petition id bankruptcy for 8 K Vessels of ported and the rnolattam were adopted 0 Nooleyville this eounty PetitloMM with aawMlmMt osfiwi by Crabbe 000 Ho UaUHUea are about Ttie ICoaslt ootttt4y tsjaolsOM bold a EKOIttt lbs VMSil QXSjflsfetiOsMU Guaranteed tobacco habit cure wakes weak Mo II All drug gists men atrona blood Dure for flftr Centa FURNITURE HARDWARE TINWARE and GROCERIES of goods as you will novor havo WHOLESALE COST Elections of Officers Tho local lodge Knights of Pythias will hold ita reguhr election of officers Monday night There will bo work in the first degree and on account of the importance of tho meeting all are reÂ¬ quested to be on hands early want to get BARGAINS come now and buy a largo supply bucU a chance again While this salo is going on wo will soil Btrictly for cash or produco Thanking you for past favors and hoping to bo favored with your trado in this short stay hero we aro Respectfully If you CASTOR A 7er Iafaats 1 F L0EB GUSTON KY CO tor we and Children Til KM Yin Hivi Always BmcM Bears the SlfMtvreef 28 P S Any merchant who wants a good place to open a will be glad for him to oorne to e ua Wi mmmmlmmmmmuimmt mmm0iwilfcmttmm Breckenridge News 30 - mnm11 lia in in M iiijp iwWWI 1 1 OF CUSTER KENTUCKY WEALTHY RED MEN Osage Indians Love to Idle Sing and Dance They Are The Richest People on the Garth The Otage Indians nre probably the wealthiest people pur capita on earth are aristocrats and scorn manual labor ac Â¬ cording to Gun Pollocks annual report to the Interior Department They own over oight hundred acres of laud for each man woman and child each receiving an annuity of over two hundred dollars in cash Ab an illustration i au Indian and his wifo have eight children the an- Â¬ nual cosh income of tho family is over 2000 Rather leading lib white brother at this point he prefers the conveniences luxuries and dissipations of village life a agricultural avocations he lives to sing and dance and he has plenty ot mouey to support his family In idleness Indian Agent Stevens of the Crow Creeks reports that a serious nuisance und detriment to progress to correct which agents would have to cooperate is inter tribal visiting demoralizug to the Indians encouraging idleness aud nomadic habits abandonment of the crops reckless dirlributlou of property presents and neglect ot Btock Action to mlnimlz this mischief is urued Captain Cornish of the Uinta aud Ouray Agency in Utih complains In his r ports that thero has never been any settlement of the claim of Uncomphagie White River aud Southern Ute3 on account of the cession of about 8000000 acres of land to tho United States under a treaty of 1880 in consideration of cer- Â¬ tain benefits The treaty required that the land should be subjected to cash entry only and that the proceeds after reimburse- Â¬ ment to the Uuited States for sums ap propriated and set aside in the Ute act and paying for lands which might be ceded to the Utes by the United States outside of the reservation at 1 25 per acre should be deposited to their credit in the treasury the interest payablu to the Utes annually with the rest of their annuity money This claim has not been settled aud no statement made a to tho amount of money collected for this land The agent says It does not appear that the United States has ceded them any lands outside of their reservation If the late Uucom phagre Reservation is considered to have been so ceded it has practically again been absorbed by the United States I believe the Government has appropri- Â¬ ated from this Colorado land a large timber reserve for which it seems to me the Indians are justly entitled to pay The matter should be carefully invest gated The denial of the rights of these Indians to hunt in their old reservation in accordance with the Colorado game laws is complained of as an injustice and violation of their treaty rights and the 8gjnt recommends securing through Congress some compensation for loss of the right 1 Â¬ Â¬ I KDNbSUAVr NOV 1808 JAMES W LYONS WITH PLANTERS PHELPS CO HOUSE BULLET IN HIS HEART Soldier Wounded 35 Year Ago Has Managers - Just Died William II SmallridKe who died at hia homo on French Creek West Virginia October 22 carried a bullet in hid heart for thirty five years On September 1 1801 Mr SmalIrido waa fired at from ambush striking him on tho lower point of the scapula on tho left side passing throug tho luug rftid into tho ventricle the heart about its center The force of the bullet was so broken by the time it reached the heart that it failed to pen- Â¬ etrate tho wall opposite the ventricle and dropped into the cavity where Small ridge carried it until the post mortem examination 1 Northeast Corner Eleventh and Main- Streets LOUISVILLE KY DAILY AUOTION MITCH MEYER Has stuck the knife deep into the vitals of Mr High Prices aad as a result old High Prices is as dead as a door nail SALES FOUR MONTHS STORAGE FREE RETURNS PROMPTLY MADE RESERVE BID TO SELLER F R WILDER of 028 Fourth St Louisville Ky J M Brandenburg Ky HARDIN HARDIN IN WILDER ZDZElsTTISTS- rind Thursday after the Fourth Monday in Each Month Difficult work nich as Bridges and Crowns a specialty Latest appliances used Good work guaranteed IRVINGTON HE WON Deweys Witty Answer Stranger toa Familiar It will be held at Mitch Meyers Store every day from now on Since Admiral Dewey became bo uv moua he has beu much sought after by enterpriilng Americans and men who knew him when he was knee high to a Not long ago one of these urasahopper persons sent to Manila on a special mis sion by a New York museum man ap- Â¬ proached the Admiral on the street and addressing him familiarly extended liis hand Admiral Dawey stopped smiled but remained silent Ill bet you dont remember me observed the stranger somewhat abashed Tho Admiral smiled again took the stranger in with a sweep- Â¬ ing glance from head to foot and then with a merry twinkle said You win That ended the interview Â¬ 1 A BOON TO MANKIND DTABLERS BUCKEYE Zi w O dSaS my M 4 v en 133 a 7 MLliSassWl bo rViMaCBsTTi EhlJ1 r rnZZM- o nf - X rli - pnrTiiRc3 z eaUlL t 3J w its yTij trf r MMjnffBBjM innmiirq tf 5 J Tl z niw srs CURE j J A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 60 CENTS JAMES F BALLARD Sole Proprietor For sale by A R Fisher Cloverport Ky 310 North Main Street ST LOUIS MO Money Saving Prices One and one half gallon bucket 10c Mens Working Glovo 25c and 50c 5c Mens White Shirts Half gallon Bucket 40c 10c Three spools O N T Thread 10c Gallon Coffee Pot Two gallon Bucket 25c loc Mens Best Undershirts 5c Ladies Shawls TwoTinCups 15c and 25c 5c Largo size Zinc Tubs Large Tin Wash Pan 40c Large Box Blacking 5c All Lace per yard 2c to 10c 5c Mens Best Suspenders 20c Three cakes Pay Day Soap 10c Boys Best Suspenders Three cakes Copco Soap 5c Two pounds Soda 5c Undershirts 25c to 10c Two boxes Gold Dust 5c Best Towels per pair 25c Arbuckles Colleo lie Cheaper grade per pair lie 10c Best Worsted Golden Rio Coffee 71c to 35c 10c A nice line on hand Levering Cofiee 5c He Best Elastic Gum per yard Green Coflco per pound 10c Wash Board Polks Beat Tomatoes 7Jc 5c Three packages Mammoth Sky Polks Corn per can 10c Bluincr 10c Three boxes Armours Ham Rice per pound Gjc Nails per keg 200 10c Candy per pound Gallon Oil Can 7c 75c Oil Can 5c Mens Best Jeans Pants Half Gallon 50c 2c Mens Overall Pants Beans per pound 10c Sheeting per yard 34c Water Bucket Quilt Padding per pound 74c Hoosier Factory Cotton per 10c yard 3000 Mutches 34c day Shoes 75c to 1 Best Bed Ticking per yard 124c Mens Every 75c and 1 Best Canton Flannel per yard 0 Jc Mens Sunday Shoes 55c Nice line Outing Cloth per yard 5c Ladies Every day Shoes 10c 50c and 75c Mens Collars each Mens Hats Mens Clothing 250 to 7 Best Ear Muffs 7c Pair House Shoes Cofiee Mills Lump Starch Milk Strainers each Two boxes Carpet Tacks 175 Best Lamp Oil per gal Best Sorghum Molasses pergal 20c Corn Syrup Molasses per gal 20c 1500 yards Thread 5c Beet Collar Pad 20c Best Horse Collars 75c to 90c Two boxes Blacking fie Corsets each 35c to 75c Ginghams per yard 3c and 4c Trunks 250 to 3 5u Three papers Best Pins 10c Cotton Socks per pair 5c Ladies Best Hose per pair llja Best Toweling per yard 5c Percales per yard 5Jc Best Ribbons per yard 5c to 8c 5c Ladies Handkerchiefs Mens Large Linen Handker Â¬ 5c chiefs Eight day Clocks each 200 Mens Best Cloth Top Shoes 125 60c Mens Rubbers Ladies Rubbers 35c Beet Parasols 50c to 75o 20c Beet Oil Cloth per yard Largest Sizo Dish Pan each 20c 15c Glass Dippers each 7c 25c 3c 6o 5c 12c A Sure Sign of Croup Hoarseness in a child that is subject to croup is a sure indication of the approach of the disease If Chamberlains Cough Remedy is given ae soon as the child be Â¬ come hoarse or even after the croupy cough has appeared it will prevent the attack Manv mothers who have croupy children always keep this remedy at hand and And that is saves them much trouble and worry It can always be de pended upon and is pleasant to take For sale by A B Fisher Cloverport R A Shellman Stephensport Â¬ WHY DONT YOU VEST A We breed on scientific principles the following Black Minorcas Buff Cochins Barred Plymouth Rocks White Wyandottes W C W Polish Light Brahmas Your moneys worth er no sale Write for catalogue Free IN FINE POULTRY FEW DOLLARS IN- Â¬ KENTUCKY STOCK POULTRYFAKMLBrandenburg Ky WOflAN IN INDIA How She Is Regarded Dy The flnle IBIS WW Sex The present position of women in In dia cannot be better shown than by the following extract from a Government prizj book for the girls schools in the Bombay Presidency eays the Church Outlook If the husband of a virtuous woman be ugly of good or bad disposi- Â¬ tion diseased fiendish irascible a drunkard old stupid dumb blind deaf hot tempered poor extremely covetous a slanderer cowardly perfidious and im- Â¬ moral nevertheless she ought to wor hip him as a god with mind speech and person The wife who gives an angry answer to her husband will become a village pariah deg she will also become ft male jackal and live in an uninhabit- Â¬ ed desert The woman who eats sweet- Â¬ meats without sharing them with her husband will become a hen owl living in a hollow tree The woman who walks alone without her husband will become a filth eating village sow who speaks disrespectfully to her husbaud will ba dumb in the next incarnation The woman who hates her husbands relatives will become from birth to birth a muskrat living in filth Â¬ 11 i liHVO f 7 SHOULD 1HIEBEST EMBODY Because it is placed here by the H 111 Wj NEW Y0RK DENTAL PARLORS for the benefit of the public that they tuny know where to go to get the best dental work at the very lowest price T F PT H sssaissssss extract teetb 25 cents without pain make a gooa set 01 artuiciai icetn lor Feeth filled with gold and platinum alloy recth filled with amalgam Teeth filled with pure gold Ve aw 75 50 Mj 5s5ssWsWf V WlTHOUTPATES ySS 100 f t lSSSSSSB and up khISlWlbSKI We have been established in Louisville for oer ten K guarantee given with every filling years Can give reference from best professional and business men in the city Remember the Thousands of men and women suffer from piles especially women with female weakness have this suffering to con- Â¬ tend with in addition to their other pains TARLERS BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT will quickly effect a cure Price 50 cts in bottles tubes 75 cts A R Fisher SAYINGS ABOUT WOMEN The society of ladles is the school of politeness Montfort Remember woman is most perfect when most womanly Gladstone All I am or can be I owe to my angel mother Abraham Lincoln Earth has nothing more tender than a pious womans heart Luther Dhguise our bondago as we will tis woman woman rules us still Moore No man can live piously or die right eous without a wife Richter Even in the darkest hour of earthly ill womans fond affection glows Sand Heaven will be no heaven for me if I do not meet my wife there Andrew Johnsou New York Dental Parlors 542 Fourth St Louisville Ky the right 013 Our but f AL a crown no mistake workget teeth without plate ts the best known to of malting gold Jn Make and bridge can come In the mornlnirplace wear their newsystem homeprofession or the in and same day teeth JfiMm Peoplefrom abroad i This Array of Prices Cannot be Beaten- We have a magnificent line of SADDLES and HARNESS LADIES UNDERWEAR FLANNELS CURTAINS for the windows that are all going at cost SEE THE BIG NEW LTNE OF lLHiiimi No Knife I No LL Why Suffer Agony When DONS COMPLETE PILE OUKE is guaranteed to cure you It is the discovery of an eminent physician Interruption of Business I It Hits the Spot When suffering from a severe cold and your throat and lungs feel sore take a 1 Honey and Tar dose of Foleys when the sore I 9 laess will be at 1 1 warm great- once releivedl ful feeling and nealiug ot the parts af- Â¬ fected will be experienced and you will say It feels so good It hits the spot It is guaranteed A R Fisher Clover port Gordon llaynes lateaville R A Shellman Stephensport A Witt llardlnsburu AMUSING treatment brings immediate relief It has cured thousands and will euro you MR T S WILCOX prominent merchant politician and chief of tho Chattanooga Firo Department says Tho first After years of suffering DONS PILE OINTMENT was rec- Â¬ 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 ommended Price 100 Prepaid to any Address CHATTANOOQA DON CHEMICAL COMPANY CHRISTMAS GOODS TO BE SOLD AT COST METHODS How Some People Oet Rid of Unwel- Â¬ come attests The Ohio host says a correspondent of the Rochester Post Express wearied out of all endurance by the persistency of his guest choso as his medium the family prayer after breakfast and said O Lord bles3 our visiting brother who will leave us on the 10 oclock train this ruorniug I prefere the subtler and more reverent method of another Ohioan the father of William Dean Howell the novelist His practicewaa when a visitor had worn out his welcome to he oded away on business and to say to his guBt I suppose you will uot be hu n wh n I return so I will wish yon g d by Excellent and highly appre cl t ml by the boys was the formula used by Dr Vaughn when ai head master of Harrow school he had to entertain the hlnhet form in the school in batches at breakfast Commiserating the bshfu iieai of the lade who did uot know how to leave and yet wanted to do so the doctor would say apropos of nothing Mustyougo Cant you stay This Muslim blgnal for departure I admire very heartily tho transposition of a liluiulering narrator who in telling this Mnrtgive the formula as Cant you go Miwt you stay A fellow feeling makes on wonderouj kind to this revised ver Â¬ sion Â¬ WiAdai has demonstrated ten thonsand times that It i almoit lntaUIblt FDR WOMANS AAAAAAWWWVWViAAAAiAAX PECULIAR Highest Market Prices Paid for WEAKNESSES Irregularities and derangements It has becomeot the leading remedy or this class troubles It exerts a wonderfully healing strengthen Â¬ ing and soothing influence upon the menstrual organs It cures whites and falling o the womb It stops flooding and reUe ea sup V G BABBAGE ATTORNEY AT LAW Will Practice in lm Hancock Counties TENN COUNTRY PRODUCE all the Courts in Breckenridge Meade and L Claims collected Mortgages NooR Liens and other securi- Â¬ ties enforced and tho money turned over promptly Divorces secured Depositions takon Interest in estates carefully look- Â¬ ed into Contracts Deeds and other legal papers type written n SJ CHAKGES pressed and painful menstruation tor Change ot Ufa It Is the best medicine made It la beneficial during pregnancy and helps to bring children into homes barren for years It Invigorates stimu Â¬ lates strengthens lue whole sysÂ¬ tem This great remedy is ottered Why will to all afflicted women any woman sutler another rnlnuU with certain relief within reach t Wine of Oardut only costs 1100 per bottle at your drug store Yvt dvU4 n com nqulrtnt molal dtno MS Ladlu Hont aAlrcw titina symptom UitvUory Dnurtmml TluVkaUanoofallti UM Co Puiilumxyo TVnn RH 1 SEASONABLE OFPIOBS Over Gardners Store Hardinaburg News Office Cloverport VVWVWVSVWyiWMMVVVWVWAVWWV CUSTER KY WfUttM Brtb OA8TOMIAi Bt Him T KM Ywi Vm GKvffle to isMfts el me mum- her W SMITH Csssssa fl e HjfH mIm WlMf flTSyl ilhftma mm K u4 Send 3S324T33igStfrZGtttStti 250 the Brkckknkidqe 500 to News and get a 4 1 ffl ir Bible and the Nxwa fre of charge for one year yfwwpyyyqpy LJPWfWiUHIlJp i i Breckenripge WEDNE8DAY News BEST OF ALL DOCTORS RUNAWAY The Kidney Complexion The pale sallow sunken cheeked dis tressed looking people you so often meet are afflicted with Kidney Complexion Their kidneys aro turning to a parsnip color So Is their complexion Thoy may also have indigestion or suffer from sleeplessness rheumatism neuralgia brain trouble nervous exhaus tion and sometimes the heart acts badly The cause is weak unhealthy kidneys Usually the sufferer from kidney dis ease does not find out what tho trouble is until it is almost too late because the first symptoms are so like mild sickness that they do not think they need a medi- Â¬ cine or a doctor until they find them selves sick iu bed Dr Kilmers Swamp Root will build up and strengthen their weak and dis eased kidneys purify their diseased blood clear their complex- Â¬ ion and soon they will enjoy better health You can get the regular sizes at the drug storo at fifty conts and one dollar or you may first prove for yourself the wonderful virtues of this great discovery Swamp Root by sending your address to Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y for a sample bottle and a book that tells all about it both sent you absolutely free by mall When writing kindly mention that you read this liberal offer in the BnitcKKNRiDE News Â¬ kidney-poisoned NOV 30 1898 WIFE Good Health of Countless Americans Due to Stephensport Man Tells Troubles to the Police Ills Wife Deserts tilm Never to His Colored Teachers Association Association Breckeurldge Feacbers will convene at Haruinsburg Ky Dec 3rd 1898 10 a ra rnoaRAM Opening Kxerclsea Sonjr Paines Celery Compound By December 10 we have Will bo tho Big Monoy Raising Salo of Wilson Jones to raise a large sum of money id onlfr to meet norae heavy bills Never beforo havo goods been sold as low as thoy will be sold for 10 days beginning Novembor 10 Vo are going to mako prices lower than it Is honestly right for uh to make them in order to meet our obligations As you know wo soil lower than anyone can or will sell you and then for us to cut under that it looks hard but then sho will have to go for this time Come and examine our goods and pilces and you will see that we are in a class to ourselves when it comes to saving you money UNPARALLELED CLOTHING CLOTIIING Re- Â¬ CLOTHING f til r r Iter O E Curry Invocation C N Hobards Welcome Address What Constitutes Good Discipline In the School Adam Cook room lloneitythe Ilest Toiler In the School room Tor 11 M Hilar Teacher and Iupll Ho to Teach lleglnnera Arithmetic Mn S It Itlley The Itelatlon of the Teacher to the Social and Wm Pointer Moral Llleofthe Community Eva Kraizer Reading at an Accomplishment Spelling How Teach Successfully Lulu M Helm Writing How Teach Beginners N D Alexander What Should we Expect to Accomplish In the S K Dein Study of History t Physiology What Should Be Attempted lu the Mattle McClellan First Three Grades t O 12 Curry Social Evolution Virginia Scott Punishments Nature and Ends turn Again Thanksgiving was a bleak day for Charles Strode a farmer who lives near 1111 day long bo paced 8tephensport the stone walks in the vicinity of the Louisville jail in which was confinodhls young wife who had been arrested at his instigation While others hurried home to Thanksgiving dinners ho haunt- Â¬ ed the dark hallways of the city hall and walked restlessly up and down tho out- Â¬ side longing for just a few moments with the young girl who bad broken his heart and who refused to see him Strode was deserted by his wife several months ago and in spite of bis entreat- Â¬ ies Bhe has steadily declined to return to him She was an orphan and a mere child when he married her four years ago She resided on a farm near Steph- Â¬ ensport with her grandfather and after the wedding the two lived happily to-Â¬ gether until Mrs Strode left homo Sho stated that she was going on a visit to relatives in Indiana but when no tidings were received from her after several days the fears of her husband were aroused He was finally informed that sno had come to Louisville and followed her to that city At Central station he recited his story to the police and the woman was finally found Strode went to see her with an officer but she refused to go back with him and he left for his home broken- Â¬ hearted Several days ago he returned to Louis- Â¬ ville and exhibited to the officers a let- Â¬ ter which she had written to him detail Â¬ ing tho gay times which she was enjoy- Â¬ ing and suggesting that he send up the household goods to her The police adyised Strode not to do this as they looked upon the letter as a scheme by which the woman was trying to gain pos-Â¬ session of the property Strode in des- Â¬ pair went to the house but after a short conversation during which he made all advances possible on his part she again refused to go back At 1230 oclock last Thursday after- Â¬ noon he had her arrested as a fugitive from justice on an order from W II Morgan polico judge of Stephensport the offense named in the order for her committment being that Edna Strodo has been guilty of a breach of the chastity of a marriage covenant She was found by Patrolmen Horn and Gagen at 833 West Grayson street At the jail she stated to the deputies that she desired to seo no visitors Wo are not the only pebbles on tho beach when It comes to tills class of goods but then we are tho only people who ran or rather will make you prices quoted below For OSc we will sell you tho Genuine Doe Fkln Jeans Pant extra well made and lined throughout This sella Hi world over at 1 25 Our No 1300 Jeans Pant is one tiat tetails everywhere for 85c this wo are going to give you at GOc Its dirt cheap We will also sell you a good Jeans Pant lined throughout for 48c we hate to do it but let em rip Our 1 50 Jeans Coat is a regular 200 seller 1 00 Do not fall to see our 75c Duck Coat worth For 1 25 we will sell you an Extra Heavy Duck Coat rubber lined throughout Including sleeves On all Suits and Overcoats that are in onr Mammoth Stork we will during tills sale allow 20 par cent discount oil of regular pric Heretoforo we havo paid but little attention to Tailor Madu Suits and Panto but from now on we are going alter this trade for keeps Mr Hurry Stum will have charge of this department and cannot be beaten in giving genteel fits Get our prices and ho our samples and we are sure wo can please you A big lino of Mackintoshes lower than evor heard of before We start them at 135 ttits is n ally worth 175 Do you need a nice Sunday pant If vou do come along and et them at the following cut price Our 1 00 Pant at 70c 1 75 Pant for 1 25 Pant for OSc 1 38 2 00 Pant for 1 67 150 Pant or 1 23 2 75 Pant fcr 2 23 2 50 Pant for 1 08 2 25 Pant for 1 71 t 00 Pant for 2 43 3 25 Pant for J2 C8 3 75 Pant for 3 00 3 60 Pant for 2 83 400 Pant for 3 10 Andrew Dmbkkll President 0 N ItoiuiiDa Vice President those dangerous affections severe colds pleurisy and grippe which fall and winter brings along It is the greatest cure for bronchitis and all throat and lung affections SHOES We SHOES SHOES Take Dr Bulls Cough Syrup for all re loaded down to the guards and want your help so wo can unload Especially is this the case lu Rubbers and Heavy Polkas During this sale we will sell you Misses Rubbers for 20c Ladles Rubbers for 25c Mens Rubbers for 40c for 38c worth 50c Youths 012 for 43c worth GOc Childs Heavy Shoes Misses 132 for 48c worth 70c Ladies for C3c worth 85c Seo our odds and ends on Bargain Counter choice for COc worth 85c to 1 25 58 38 1 I if J - They Stand Report of Clifton Mills school at t e end of first half term Grade V Forest Haddock 90 Ethel Beard 95 Emma Itadenhelmor 95 Beulah Moredock 94 Lena Bnsb 95 Urrel Jordan 94 Alma Otendorf 9t Lucy Adklsson 90 Daisy Adkisson 83 Grade IV Arlee Baaham 97 Rosa Ridonheiwer 00 Lena Parks 95 Maud Beard 93 Liccie Radenhelmer 90 Elois Parka 87 Grade III Georgia Rush 90 Jesse Harris 88 Elsie Muncle 85 Grade II Arloe Parks 00 Phillip Radenhelmer 85 Alva Beauchamp 80 Grade I Oma Parks 85 Lulu Beau champ 84 Annio Rush 80 Attendence and interest good Parents give us regular attendence and we will advance your children D O Olkmons Teacher How A GAME OF POKER Bob McClure Shoots Queensware percent oil of Queensware I I Lumber ing Gutlering and 1 I Lumber at I i We are badly overstocked on ieenware and Gtaesware and during thin sale we will give twenty Charley Conklin and regular rrlce Yes we have a carload at the erjr lowest prices he ran With the Money News has just treached the city of a shooting which occurred near Leitch field in Grayson connty Bob McClure and Charley Conklin both member of excellent families left home to go to a moonshine distillery to get some whis- Â¬ ky After procuring it they both got drunk and proceeded to play a game of poker McCluro was the boBt player or at least he held the best band and when he called Conklin the latter saw he was beaten The stake was a jackpot and all his money was in it To keep from los Â¬ ing it he grabbed all the cash and ran as fast as his drunken legs could carry him McCiuro called to him to stop and when he failed to do so fired at him with a shot gun The load took effect in Couk lins side McClure then got the money and ran away leaving Conklin alone and almost in a dying condition He was found bo trio timo nfternard and his physicians say that he cannot recover as a number of shot entered his lunifs and two or three aro in his liver Mc- Â¬ Clure has not been anested and it is thought that ho has left the country Stoves Stoves I cad Troughs nice at you ever saw Also a lot of Iron Roof Â¬ I Entirely too many Cook and Heating Stoves and just to get tid of them we put the knifa to them too So they go at fifteen per cent diicount Groceries Groceries Messrs Harry Stum and Charley Ford Are now with u and they cordially invite all their fr lends and customeis to come in to see thim Just received a large consignment nf handsome ones very chi apand stylhh Do not fall to tee our Juegant Plush Cnpc fat 4 jo Capes and Jackets 1 Now we ttike you where you live Dont fall to read carefully We will save you money 9 lbs for 5c Tint Soda 6Uc and llett llicon SranuUtcd Sugar 17 lbs for 100 Itrown Sugar 20 lbs for 1 00 Coal Oil uc 15c and aoc per gal Nails 30 to 0 Keg 185 K ao 8 Keg 193 No 1 Hatting per lb 7 3 liars Good ooan for Sc bait Coarse or Iine ioD 7c Voui h Very lmly WILSON FORDSVILLE JONES KENTUCKY CLOVERPORT HIGH SCHOOL r- - if- - i J-- R- r Counties homes in every city in America have been saved from the ead loss of some despairing member by Paines celery compound The story of tho life work of the discoverer of this world famed remedy is familiar to most readers The likeness of Dartmouths greatest professor Prof Edward E Phelps M D LL D given above is the best portrait of him yet printed Excepting its handful of magnificent statesmen and its military heroes says the most recent writer upon and critic of America the people owe more to Dart Â¬ mouths physician teacher than to any other one man School Report In every walk of life among the high eat cilice holders at the national capital STKPncNsroRT Ky Nov 21 1898 in the homes of tho best people in the After passing an examination the names large cities amoDg the everyday folks of fumtliaa In iAmfnrtahlu lr of the pupils who made the required 4ln cumstancrs families that live from hand average appear upon thd roll of honor to montli and could not H wisueu Grade V Zelma Ly 90 Cora Best afford the services of any buttunyordinary an 94 Eddie Payne 04 J W Biggs 93 physician everywhere I have met peo Â¬ Essie Biggs 91 Mary Ploch 91 Grover ple to whom Paines celery compound has been a blessing Jarrett 85 Christopher Best 85 famed discovery by It Grade 1 V Eula D Payne 91 Helen Prof was the world infallible cure for Phelps of an Dotvell 88 Alviu Askins 85 Hubert those fearful ills that result from an im Â¬ MoMtljen 85 Mary McMillen 85 paired nervous system and impure blood Grade III Bessie Bell 95 Maude which has endeared the great doctor to world and made his llfej an era in Hanks 93 Ida Droinell 93 Grade the practice of medicine the Ramsey 92 Milliard Biggs 90 Murray Prof Phelps was born in Connecticut Barclay 89 Hubett Gilbert 89 Helm and graduated in medicine at Yale Ills unusual talent soon brought him Vaughan 89 Katie Plocb 88 Myria Best 85 lochia Tife 85 Mannle Grade II Edgar - Bell 92 Â¬ A Case of Kidney Disease Given Up By Four Doctors Beaver Dam O My daughter after being treated by four doctors and given up for lost a neighbor recommended Foleys Kidney Cure To day sbe is able to walk sever al miles without fatigue I feel ie would have lost her if it was not for your medicine Respectfully Mrs J M Bailey A R Fisher Cloverport R A Shell Hayne man Stephensport Gordon Patesville E A Witt Hardinsburg fntr reputation and prominence among his professional I irst he was brethren elected to the professorship of anatomy and surgery in the Veimont University Next he was appointed lecturer on materia medica and medical botany in Dartmouth Colli ge The next year he was chosen professor of the chair then vacated by Prof Robby and occupied the chair the most important one in the country at the time when he first formu lated his most remarkable prescription Prof Phelps has given to his profes-Â¬ sion in Paines celery compound a poa itivo cure for sleeplessness wasting strength dyspepsia biliousness s liver complaint neuralgia rheumatism all nervous diseases and kidney troubles It is the only specific recognized and pre- Â¬ scribed today by the best physicians for disn8S arising from a debilitated nerv our system For such complaints Paines celery compound succeeds again and again where everything else fails No remedy was ever so highly recom- Â¬ mended because none ever accomplished so much Paines celery compound stands with- Â¬ out competition for feeding exhausted nerves and building up tho strength of tho body It enres radically and per- Â¬ manently A healthy increase in appe-Â¬ tite and a corresponding gain in weight and good spirits follow the use ol Paines celery compound It Is the most re Â¬ markable medical achievement cf this last half of the nineteenth century Â¬ SHBSSSdrSCIWlBB9SSSSSSSSSSPBSSSSSSSSSSViyr jk He Fooled the Burgeons All doctors told Renlck Hamilton of West Jefferson O after suffering 18 months from R ctal Fistuls he would die unless a costly opration was per- Â¬ formed but he cured hirueelf with five boxes Bucklens Arnica Salve the surest Pile cure on Earth and the best Salve in Sold by the orld 25 cents a box From An Old Soldier Railey90 Grade I Andrew Hanks 91 Pete Ralley 80 The interest in the class work contin- Â¬ ues to be good and each pupil performs his task with that zeal that is character Â¬ Vine Grove istic of a successful itident Euqknk Ghliiand Teacher Willie Robert Willie Vaughan 87 Crawford 95 LIVELY Is a pleasant custom that they still follow for protection against the sun and wind Jno T Ditto Yours Truly Clean blood means a clean skin -- No beauty without it Cascarcts Candy Cathar tic clean your blood and keep it clean by stirring up the lazy liver and driving all im- to day to from Euritics pimples the body Begin blackheads boila blotches and that sickly bilious complexion by taking Cascnrets beauty for ten cents All druggists satisfaction guaranteed 10c 25c 60c Â¬ TOWN A entity is Ulooi Deep Â¬ Great Shipping Point r -- 4 Constipation prevents the body from ridding itself of waste matter Da Witts Some Things Observed By John T Little Early Risers w111 remove the trou Â¬ Ditto ble andcuie Sick Hoadache Biliousness Inactive Liver and clear the Complex- Â¬ Vino Grove is the liveliest produce ion Small sugar coated dont gripe or point in any of the adjoining counties cause nausea Short Haynes A few days before Thanksgiving it was safely estimated that not less than 20000 pounds of turkeys was handled there which means fully two thousand turkeys Last Monday and Tuesdays shipments amounted to about 12000 pounds of pro Â¬ duce Scott general merchants Hampton of the town shipped in these two days Visitors to Louisville will fully 4000 pounds All other crops may find this store just the spot fall in this section of the country but A fine largo to come to the produce crop never is my observa building stocked with hun Â¬ tiou from many trips there The credit dreds of dollars worth ol for this product lies to the good wives of morchandiso and all tho these limners and it is one of the main conveniences craved by the money fetching things brought to that weary traveler a place to market have y our bundles checked It is a great wonder to me that there a place to have your pack la not a poultry slaughter house put in ages pent resting places there like so many I see through the throughout the Btoro and state of Illinois There is no point iu material for writing at your my observation of travel that would be Our corps of po disposal better from the quanity of this product lito salesmen will use all that you can see any time upon a visit their efforts to make you there feel at homo The people In this State dont seem to Havent we somoono who understand thoroughly tho attention is working for us that Ib Our from your county that should be given this uduxtry When last in Illinois in the town of men are from most evory Vlndsorwhich was only a place ol 1000 county in the State I visited a slaughter house where four men said they dressed 1000 chickens per day They only pull the feathers either by scalding or dry picking and ship in cold fltorag without any further prepar Â¬ ation Third and Market Vine Drove Is a hustling business town It is a real live town It Las water LouiBvlll Ky works and the towa now a days without water works wlie it has natural advan Â¬ ami Fur Clothing Hata tages and electiio lights is clashed as a nUrfilng Gpotl for Mn back number Another thlBgs there is Mtul Hoy and Sho aotlclble Is the old fswhloaed mm bonnet for Everybody that both old and young ladUtf wear I Thk Ueottli it bo discredit to tyeja sot heiag vp la tiu laU day wd wvw but Glad to See You To Have New Telephone K Boardman manager of the Cum- Â¬ berland Telephone Company with head- Â¬ quarters ai Owensboro was in this city Friday and made a pleasant call at the News office In conversation with a re Â¬ porter he stated that he was looking over a loute for tho new line This city will liavo perfect connections with Owens-Â¬ boro and all intermediato points lu a few weeks The line is now completed as far as Hawesville The construction is tine the poles being red cedar 0 inches through at the base The line will be Mr equipped with metallic circuit Doardman thinks that an exchange can be installed here Knox Ind Jan 14 1897 Gents I havo every confldenco iu recommending your Syrup of Pepsin Short Haynes Druggist I am 72 years of age and am broken down the trouble having been brought STILL IN JAIL on by my experience in the war Your medicine has done me more good than a hundred doctors and I am just about Emmett Cate Enjoys His Thanksgiving Dinner well of stomach troubles Jefferson Wilhelm Yours truly Nothing has been heard of Emmett IS DELINQUENT Cate for sometime and his Ohio county friends will be surprised to learn that he Ohio County Has Not Yet Sent In is still In jail at Jeffersonville Ind He was arrested in Louisville for bigamy Election Returns and denied his guilt Later he was tak IndictChairman Pryor of the State Election en to Jeffersonville where he was ed and his bond fixed at 2500 He em- Â¬ Commission last Friday called a meeting ployed an attorney and promised to get of the commission to be held at Frank continu- Â¬ to morrow for the purpose of can Â¬ bail and his lawyer secured a fort ance for him on that understanding vassing tho returns of the recent election to secure bail and employed and issuing the certificates to the Con Â¬ He failed another attorney gressman elected The only county from He is now trying to secure another which returns have not yet been re- Â¬ continuance on the ground that his at ceived is Ohio whose County Clerk has to familiarize been written to by Secretary of State torney has not had time himself with the case Gates wife No Finley urging him to report immediate- Â¬ 2 sent him a fine turkey ready cooked ly on Tbankrglying and appeared to be standing by him as though he had never j ine mm tou Hate Always Bought wronged her His first wife at whoseÂ¬ instance he was arrested will have nothing whatover to do with him It is thought that his conviction for bigamy is certain Thanksgiving Observed Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ OASTOIIIA Resides the regular classes in Higher Our School has been newly graded a proppr system of discipline established Mathematics Latin and tho sciences and the school put upon a permanent at the begiuniugof the winter and spring termp we will organize a Teachers train Â¬ basis We havo the best equipped most con- Â¬ ing class for the benefit of those who venient and most commodious school may wish to preparn themselves for ex Â¬ building in this part of the State The amination for a County or Statu Certifi- Â¬ members of our faculties are all exper cate or for a State Diploma We know ienced and enthusiastic teachers just how to prepare you far examination Our educational facilities are therefore Hence if you wish to raise the grade of equal to those of anv other town in this your teaching ability join our ciasa and part of the Stato Parents who contem- g it the benefit of our long experience in plate sending their children away to teaching and school discipline Schools were hard to get last year but school will consult their own interest as well as that of their children by investi- Â¬ will be harder to get next year The gating tbo merits of our school before time has come when trustees recognize sending them elsewhere the importance of employing competent Our music Department in charge of teachers Hence you must prepare Miss Annio May and Miss Lula Owen yourself or retire from the profession is a prominent feature of the school Hut do not go away to soma so called These ladies have had special training in Normal school that is a mountain in disÂ¬ Â¬ tholr preparation for their choosm pro play but a mole hill in merit We can fession as teachers of instrumental give you individual attention Board music and all who put themselves un Tuition and Instrumental music at reaa der their charge may expect to make onabo rates Vocal music free to nil the best progress that is possible under pupils Send for catalogue thoroughly competent teachers ThorS E Hancock ough instructions and drill given in all departments including Primary Com Â¬ Principal and Business Manager Clover mon School Academic and Teachors port Ky Departments Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Q Thanksgiving was observed in this city by the closing of all the stores at 11 oclock in the forenoon The scarcity of turkeys on the local market compelled many of our citizens to djne off of chick- Â¬ en ducks geese and other fowl Quite a number went out of town to spend tho day Services were held at the Baptist church Coughed 25 Years for 25 years with a cough and spent hundreds of dollars with doc Â¬ tors and for medicineito no avail until I I suffered Great Shirt Sale Big Line iS i33BgB4SSgg3S This used Dr Bells remedy makes weak lungs strong It has saved my life J B Rosell Grants burg 111 Pine-Tar-Hon- Fancy Shirts Just Received Glorious News Cargile of Four bottles Washita I T He writes of Electric Bitters has cured Mrs Brewer of scrofula which baa caused her great suffering for years Terrible sores would break out on her bead and face and the best doctors could give no help but her cure Is complete and her health la excel- Â¬ lent This shows what thousands have proved that Electric Bitters is the best blood purifier known Its the supreme remedy for eczema tettor salt rheu ul Â¬ cers bolls andrunnlng sorea It stimu Â¬ lates liyer kidneys and bowels expels poisons helps digestion billds up the strength Only 50 cents Sold by Short Haynes Druggist Gf uaranteed Comes from Dr D B Did you ever Examine ho stock of Clothing on Bale Bought from Party Going Out of Business at D S Richardsons at Union Star If bo you wero struck by throe things the excellence of tho material tho style of cut and tho cheapness of prico Its a fact hat you cannot VERY CHEAP All Goods formerly sold for 810Q and Find a Better Selection in any storo in tho county than can be found here Ati 125 89c Ladies j v All Goods formerly sold for 6Po and 76c At 45c LEVY BROS Holland Meyers the Lewisport mil iners are doing a fine business this year for the reason that their stock is strictly up to date and would bo a credit to any large city For burn cuts bruises lacerations or injuries of any deecrlpUoa BALLARDS SNOW LINIMENT is a sovereign remedy It sever fails to do good and so prompt Â¬ ly that ite wonderful curative properties frequently create MtrpriM Priee M 0 3ta Havo you yet bought your Winter Millinery Cloaks or Of course you want tho Latest Styles and you want Capes tho lowest prices Ita foolish for you to go sway from homo for thorn when you can get what you want at tho lowest prices from HestonWillis Company I D S RICHARDSON UNION STAR AVVWBr a4 tiifSrfSSii Send OH gfrgBgCBggBcfe4gs3B4a03CMa and the iNewbjtw oi cuargolor oo yearn m on nn 250 to tho Brkckenridoe News and get a 1500 Bible o maw mnllll BRECKENRIDGE Jno D 4 V Q NEWS Frprlitri 1888 Btt6i Editors kid 30 our institutions And will mako the HE WANTS CHANGE The La Rue county Herald speaking school house and Its presiding genius a of Gus Richardsons perennial candidacy permanent fixture Tyranny and tho says IRVINGTON Mrs Eliza Jolly is a visitor in our com Â¬ WEDNESDAY NOV EIGHT PAGES 7 Hon Gus W Richardson of Meade county Is making the race for Secretary of State this time Mr Richardson does not believe in monotony and he changes his office or attempts to each year H P Tun weather is Just about as change Â¬ Spain has acceded to every demand able as a womans mind of the United States She has granted this country titlo to the Phllliplnes Ir vou want a woman to keep a Bocret Porto Rico Guam and has relinquished dont tell her to keep it to herself sovereignity over Cuba This vast terÂ¬ ritory now belongs to us It will open Accormno to tho small boy time vets up a vast field for American statesman Â¬ an ice wagou move on itself along about ship and enterprise and will add a world Christmas time We of responsibility to our citizenship aro not yet out of the woods Most things ornamental seem expen- Â¬ sive until they come to us in the guise WE ARE TRULY THANKFUL of Christmas gifts This bunch of posies comes from tho gentleman Jim Corbett tho gen Louisville Post Is tlemanly pick pocket the daily papers The Thanksgiving editorial in the Breckenridoe Mews this week wasoneof mention bo frequently the ablest and best written that was ever printed in that always excellent country It was creditable to the Ik all the peoplo who danced would publication pay tho piper there would not be so writer Editor Goodnight and the News which serves its readers nothing but tho many cases in the bankruptcy courts best in the newe line Deception may not be written upon MAY IT COME TO PASS the face of the young lady who uses Germany wants the Sulu Islands They rouge on her cheeks but it is painted The there have been ceded to us by Spain other day some Englishmen were con I want to be an angel verted Into soup and figured as tho chef My iouI forever sings d oeuvre of a cannibal feast enjoyed by The house it lives la now li good enough But It want one built with wlngi the Sulu Islanders Heres hoping that Emperior Billy Hohenloe will visit the Now that Uncle Sam has the Phliliplno Sulu Islands in an effort to capture them elephant on his hands ho may be com- Â¬ And heres hoping too that he may fall pelled to work over time to appease its Into the same tureen in which the En Â¬ cries for more hay glishmen were boiled Behring sea commission is nearing com- Â¬ pletion So is the work of the Behiing sea seal exterminators SPAIN YIELDS despotism of kiues can only exist where ignorance hold sway Jgnoranco is the parent of tho brood of passions that made the ago ot chivalry a carnival of blood It is the parent of bigotry pre- Â¬ judice and degeneracy a trinity of ovll whoso sway brings humanity to tho level of beasts Tho school teacher is the modern knight who espousing tho cauto of universal education is constantly in the lists battling the evils incarnated in ignorance His victories aro tho victories of heaven They pave the way for the kingdom of Christ We who are not of the profession should consider it our sacred duty to lilt up tho hands of the public school teacher and by our appre- Â¬ ciation of his efforts and encouragement inspire him with greater zeal Let him know that we realize the dignity of his profession and by so doing we give honor to whom honor is due thus fulfilling tho commands of our Master Christ the Great Teacher munity Miss Lena Drnry of Bewloyvillo is visiting Mrs R M Jolly Will Gardner is confined to his home with an attack of malaria Miss Leona Rhodes is visiting relatives and friends near Hardlnsburg E 11 Shelman and R E Hawes were in Louisville Monday and Tuesday James Mattlngly of Klik is visiting Mrs Columbia Rhodes and family Mr and Mrs R W Millor spent Thanksgiving with friends in our midst Mr J T Randal wlfo and son spent a pleasant Thanksgiving with friends in Henderson Ky Mrs A R Fisher of Olovorport spent sevoral days with Rey J T Lewis and family last weok Rov Litchfield tho M E pastor closed his series of meetings at this place Sunday night Remember the salo at Hendersons near Irvington next Monday Dec 5 Stock and farm implements etc Dont fall to be there It is an old rule and as authorltativo asitia old that He that hath friends must show himself friendly If our friends seem inactive in tho interchange of little attentions uncommunicative and iudiffereut pass it by If wo have been misunderstood or have wounded the feelings of another wo should make all necessary explanations and offer such apology as the occasion may demand Nothing is more indicative of a noble and generous nature A wise person will make haste to forgive because he knows the true value of time and will not suf- Â¬ fer it to pass in unnecessary pain Common business life generally tests a mans integrity By a man of integrity is popularly understood a square man a man you can count on every time a gentleman true as steel a fellow vou can vouch for and nothing more quickly creats for an individual a fair and advantageous reputation than such life and speech as impress a community with a conviction of his moral soundness The best thing every business man can do for himself is to so arrange and order his affairs that his conscience will never trouble him Well would it be for our land and nation if every man would ob servo this principle in dealing with his fellow man Not being a correspondent of the News allow me Mr Editor to insert a few lines In the Irvington column Thanks Â¬ giving Day is a memorable and very dear one to tho hearts of all Americans It is a very beautiful and appropriate idea to set aside one day annually on which to lift up our hearts in prayer and return thanks to oar Creator for His many beneficent gifts bestowed upon our coun- Â¬ try and that priceless one of Liberty It was my pleasure by invitation to spend that day with my friends Mr and Mrs Piggott When the hostess an- Â¬ nounced dinner the host very courteously presented his arm to escort me to the table I being the elderly lady of the party and how could I reject such gallantry Ah no I very gratefully ac- Â¬ cepted the compliment and at table was assigned place of honor on one side of tho host and his mother Mrs Jolly on the other As you entered the dining room you almost felt you wero under a filled with so many tropical sun beautiful plants and most conspicuous of all was the jardlneire which occupied the center of the table filled with the English maiden hair fern brought from England wrapped in the embrace of our national colors very suggestive of an Anglo American alliance Just before dinner we partook of the Puritan Thanksgiving dinner of parched corn then came the sumptuous bounteous dinner of our day and time After din Â¬ ing we repaired to the parlor to enjoy music We had that soul stirring song America and the beautiful God be With You Till we Meet Again The suns declining rays admonished us our pleasures muBt end and with reluctance we took our departure arriving at our home by moonlight This pleasant and cheerfully spent day will be treasured among other remniscences to brighten and cheer in traveling down the hill of life Nothing so sweet lovely and soothing as friends Without them life would be a dreary barren waste To Ours Constipation Forarer Take Cuscarets Candy Cathartic lOo orS50 C O C fall to cure aruKglsu refund money It Â¬ stomach Trouble Stomach trouble is tho common namo applied to a derangement of tho system which is keenly felt but vaguoly understood It may moan inability to retain food or to digest it It may mean nausea pain after eating fullness inordinate craving for food or entiro lack of appetite Whatovor it means theres trouble and its with tho stomach If you havo stomach trouble you will bo ATTRACTIVE BARGAINS AT THE FAIR Ladies Fleeced Hosofast black forthiBjwcek Ladies good i 10c Ladies black regular mado bono this weok Jj quality fleec- Â¬ ed Jersoy rib Â¬ bed Vests this week Plain 15c interested in this letter from a man who had it and was cured by Ladies splen Â¬ did quality Ladies ribbed or plain fleeced silk taped and pearl button ft P IS US JSTT iiuuvy wio liucuJJiuau t UU Vests Pants to match week Aijers Sarsaparllla For nlno years I Buffered from stomach trouble I tried the aid of tho best doctors of Philadelphia and Pittsburg and spent large sums of money all in vain One day while waiting a train in Bellalre picked up a paper with a notico of Ayer Sarsaparllla I got one bottle to try it It did me so much good that I purchased five moro bottles I took four of them and gained in flesh my appetite improved and My stomach is all now I can eat anything right thanks to tho use of Ayers Sarsapa riSa Calvin M Stevens Unlontown Pa 15c Ladies extra heavy fleeced lined hoso imported 25c 1 Ladies Oneita Union Suits silk finishedheavy floecod andP f UU nicoly mado tbiB week J FREE Beautiful Oil Painting handsomely framed with 1000 purchases Not com pelledto buy all at ono timo Como and get a card Kn B ib t - 01 THE FAIR Oloverports Leading One Price House w ASHCRAFT Mrs Jesse Ashcraft is having a new barn erected Miss Salllo Baskett attended services at Highland Sunday Jo H Ashcraft visited his mother of Milan last Saturday night Joe Ashcraft is slowly Improving after a severe attack of malary fever J R Willett and wife were the guests of the latters parents Sunday night Henry Cowley and Mies Lulu Blain visited friends at Woodland last week Mrs James Hendrick attended the dining at her brother James Coxs last Saturday Any one wanting to know something about the state of Missouri call on Mr Will Hall Webster Messrs Huy Kurtz Fred Moorman Joo Olaycomb threo of Websters gallant young men were pleasant callers at Ash- Â¬ craft Thursday night county Everyone wanting a newspaper should subscribe for the Breckenridoe News and then they will have a paper that publishes every thing Miss Matilda Ashcraft attended the dining at Mrs Casperkes Thanksgiv Â¬ ing and reports a grand success says it was one of the nicest dining she over attended A number from this vicinity attended the teachers association at Irvington Saturday and report an excellent meet-Â¬ ing and were well entortained by the people in the vicinity Misses Annie and Ruth Willett of Wolf Creek were pleasantly entertained bv Davis Young and family Friday night and attended tho Teachers Association at Irvington Saturday Â¬ sssWslsasaBBsasassssaBsli It is announced that the work of tho tion THE MODERN KNIGHT request Anocla Paper read before the Joint Teacher at Irvington by Ed Goodnight Published by S- - Time Is tho almoner of Charity It has been good to the past As it swings WKISSINOER HARRY Tennessees anti cigarette law has been its magic censer the hazy incense of for Distinguished Nlmrods In other words getfulncss arises to form a mystic yell declared constitutional The Bob Whites aro In dancer of cigarette in Tennessee has been de- Â¬ between today and yesterday The twi the clared unconstitutional light of the dead years with the glamor extermination along the branch road A party of valiant hunters of romance and tradition softens the this week Messrs Harry Weisslnger going around tragic vista of the age of force and trans- consisting of Russia and Japan are ceremonies with the Geo Gaulbert Saunders P Jones Alex with chips on their shoulders but its a figures its sacrificial Bullitt and Atilla Cox aro out on the halo of glory case apparently of one being skeered Katy in that yicinlty and aro enjoying knightly tournaments with the The and the other dasnt weltering tides of blood whose ebb and fairly good sport A Hawesville paper has let the secret How determined the fato of nations were LEWISPORT out of the bag It says the people of that the academies of the age of fotce At the lists the generations of men whose town aro contented and contentment we shibboleth was might makes right are told is death to enterprise learned the lore of murder and their era Remember our Jnnd w is rightly called the dark ages Â¬ Uncle Sam should put down the insur Opening 01 The ago of chivalry as seen through fa gents in his own army before he under- Â¬ the veil of romance and tradition seems 1 1 takes the task of putting down the insuran heroic one and its ideals as exempli- Â¬ and the rhillinines gents in Cuba fied in the Lion Hearted Richard and Saturday Dec 10 that flower of chivalry the knightly Much of the drunkenness prevalent in Bayard appeal to all foyers of deeds CALL AT THE Cloverport may bo attributed to the fact daring that several of her citizens drink for the Â¬ Tho heroes who sat around King Ar1 shakes and then shako for tho drinks thurs Round Table left but little to pos- Â¬ terity If deeds are to be measured by And see the largest stock The collection ot musical instruments results the age of chivalry its ideals and of Fancy Goods In the 5 presented the Ann Arbor Mich Uni- Â¬ its tendencies are failures and it 1b in city versity by a Detroit millionaire does not deed charitable in old Father Time to include J Ham Lewis grave yard whis- Â¬ screen the past with a veil that hides a H S PATTERSON tle multitude of sins d The nineteenth century with its utili The reason why some Cloverport men tarian tendencies and practicality seems Jim Bishop tho shoe man was here have never reached tho top round of the intensely prosaic but it is in reality ladder of fame is because thev have al- Â¬ the most heroic age of the worlds his- Â¬ Monday Mrs Lila Stein returned from Evans ways been content to let well enough tory Force has abdicated in favor of villo Friday alono reason The hero of today must conform Miss Georgia Miller has been quite to a larger standard of brayery and to a Spain higher conception of nobility than ever sick this week Tub Courier Journal says To the uninit Â¬ before To be entitled to a placo at the yields to circumstances Mrs M A Hennen of Hawesviliewas we desire to state that circum iated modern round table a man must be a here Saturday stances is another one of Uncle Sams hero of the Christly type and a hero of Leon McGavock called on our mer many aliases that character approaches the totality of chants Thursday human perfection Dong Chambers of Hawesville was A polyoamist was elected to Congress Christ was the great teacher The les here Wednesday in Utah by women who enjoyed the sons contained in the Sermon on the Miss Bernlce Miller of Hawesville is right of sutferage This goes to prove Mount were the greatest ever taught tho visiting relatives in this city marrying man is yery popular children of men They form the ideals that a Mr and Mrs J W Patterson of Adair of this age and their potentialities are with the ladies shaping the ends of destiny The lessons attended tho play Thursday Clarence Sterrett editor of the best Chairman Giiainoek of Louisville contained in the Sermon on the Mount Board of Public Works by his acts de- Â¬ exemplify the spirit that forms the paper in Hawesville was here Saturday Col John D Babbage and Ed Good Â¬ clared that he is bigger than tho people foundation of the true social democracy of Louisville Mr Grainger is toying It seems as though they furnished the night came down to the play Thursday inspiration of the constitution of this with the buzz Baw Squire W E Martin of the new and government the best that has ever been flourishing city of Martindale was here Â¬ John Si una tho New York man who born of human wisdom The perpetua- Monday won three wives and three divorce suits tion of this government and the realiza Ike Baer representing the Benslnger during bis matrimonial career showed a tion of its ideals of liberty depends upon Cigar Co Cincinnati Ohio was here intelligence Its growth iu majesty and disposition to rush in where angels Thursday power will be in proportion to the wis-Â¬ would fear to tread Miss Viola Shoemaker of Rome Ind dom of its integrality The school house is visiting Prof and Mrs 0 E Robinson good die young does is the foundation of tho social and politi- Â¬ The fact that tho this week not preyent the small boy from being an cal structure of this country Within its Tho beautiful music rendered by the unusually pious Sunday School scholar walls the future citizen is taught the of numbers and the meaning of orchestra at the play was much com Â¬ for a period of three weeks before the worth words His mind is so developed that mented npon by the largo audience Christmas tree blooms he can realize the dignity of sovereignty Mrs G 0 Patterson and son William is represented by the right of sufÂ¬ of Hawesville came down to tho play Our crosses would be just as hard to as it frage tho right that giyes him the pre- Â¬ given here Thursday and returned home bear if we were permitted to select them rogatives of a king He is taught lessons Friday for ourselves but there would be lees fit for the exalted duties of citi Â¬ A very interesting meeting Is in pro Â¬ complaining as but few of us would con- Â¬ that him zenship gress at the Baptist church in this city fess to errors of judgement Thus we see tliat the school teacher is The meeting is being conducted by Rey the architect of patriotism With the F G Ellis and Fioyd Large auClovkiuout girls have classified the skill of the master craftsman he utilizes diences greet them nightly beauxs of the town as warm numbers the Equare and compasses of knowledge The poles for our new telephone line and ice men It is in accordance with and experience to make the material the fitness of things that the latter are within the walls of the school house fit have been set within a milo of this city glyen the frozen mit on all occasions the grooves and niches of the structuro The Cumberland will have ten wires and will connect our little city with tho that forms the body politic The possession of colonies in tho Tho power that is in the grasp of the whole outside world It you want to islands of the sea will force the open teacher and the responsibilities that talk to some friend miles and mitts from door policy upon the United States devolve him gives his profession an home call at II Smitn Pattersons Should Mckinley or any other protec- awful dignity and grandeur Its very model drug store where the box will be tionist try to close it he will inevitably sublimity makes him the priest of liber- Â¬ placed Several of Hawesvillos young society get his fingers crushed between the door ty for it is through his Instrumentality and the jamb that the embryotic citizenship of the people attended tho play given at the nation is taught tho worth of Its heritage Opera House here Thursday night Some of those in the party wero Misses Zula of freedom BE INDEPENDENT Is awakening to these Neal Josle Beauchamp and Pearl Law Tho teacher Our Irvington correspondent saya facts and more and more each year the sou and Messrs Jim Chambers Charles some good things that are worthy of the Goering and Wick Beauchamp We editorial columns Here is one fine expansion of his mental and moral were unable to learn the names of some stature fits him for the consecrated duties thought of his profession The fact that he meets who constituted the morry party Cultivate independence of thought The play at the Opera House Thurs Â¬ speech and be loyal to convictions with his fellows in such a convention as and but without ollenso or the idea that our Is being held here today where he derives day night Is conceded by every one to opinion must prevail We must accom Â¬ tho benefit of association of Ideas and the be the best ever presented by our home modate ourselves to ceaseless differences wealth of experience individual and troupe It was far beyond our own ex ot opinion in respect to eyory day topics politics science and a hundred pass Â¬ collective of this body is eloquent testi pectations in a financial standpoint aud la ing occurrences men differ and have a mony of his self sacrificing loyal devo- Â¬ the Starlight Lodge as well those who right to differ It is abominable conceit tion to duty Tho public school teacher took part in it are very thankful to the lor a man or woman to set up his or her Is establishing for himself a standard of good people of Lewieport Hawesville way of thinking for a universal standard thea proscribe and pettily prosecute all fitness for hisprofeaeion that if lived up and Cloverport for their kind patronage to will guarantee the perpetuation of The door reeeipta were 7300 who Wl to attain to it Â¬ Â¬ Youre Not So Warm As you might be if you would just dis Â¬ card your light weight underclothes and put on the heavyweight winter suits we are offering at practically cost price These suits are suited to the weather They Are Hot Stuff Weve got all sizes for all classes of trade XMAS GOODS I New Grocery UNDERWEAR - - FOR - - Bean the o sl m v onx a Ttl9 d You Haw Alwars BoegM Boys Men Children and Ladies Call and See the Stock and Price the Goods Chesterfield Superficiality Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ladles Reading Club The Ladies Reading Club will meet at Mrs David Van Alstines home Thurs day afternoon at 2 oclock Thoso who By order of Breckenridgo Circuit Court I will as Special Commission- Â¬ attend will find it much more pleasant A Former Chinese Fleet er of tho estate of Virgil Hardin deceased on the to walk down the railroad to the shops It consisted chiefly of old junks whioh whero they will find a plank walk to had not boon in tho water for moro than By this route they will 80 years During this lengthened poriod The Cottage avoid the muddy path along the river tho sen had receded and tho land had DAY OF formed to the extont of moro than a bank milo tho cousoquenoo being that thoso Infant mortality Is something frightful ancient vessels woro high and dry thoir Nearly one quarter die before they reach masts sails aud gear had rotted away At tho court houso door in Hardinsburg being County Court day pro- Â¬ one year one third before they aro five from tho long oxpoauro to tho snn and ceed to expose to publio sale to the highest bidder tho following de- Â¬ and one half before they are fifteen The rain tho paint had pooled from their scribed property viz timely use of WHITES CREAM VER sides and in somo cases tho very Six land notes in favor of decedent against Charles A Tinius for MIFUGE would save a majority of these planking had been stolen for firewood Pioneering In Formosa 250 each All of said notes dated Dec 7 1895 and due Feb 1 1897 by W A precious lives Prico 25 eta A R Fish Pickoring er Feb 1 1898 Feb 1 1899 Feb 1 1900 Feb 1 1901 Feb 1 1002 Moved Nine Million Founds bearing 0 per cent interest from date payable annually American engineers havo just per Â¬ The first note has following credits 14780 paid April 12 1897 and formed a feat at Bismarck N D 4870 paid Oct 9 1897 is health The secret ofhealth is which has never beforo been oaualed thorn an I will also proceed at tho samo timo and place to oxpoao to publio salo the power to digest and assim- It tookpreparations entiro year to make their and when all was to tho highest bidder a cortain tract of land situated near Holts Station ilate a proper quanity of food ready they moved n pier of tho Northern Breckenridgo County Kentucky the same being a part of the Virgil Pacific railway bridge weighing 0000 This can never be done when 000 pounds about four foot in a fow Hardin farm containing 93 acres and 11 poles and described in Com Â¬ the liver does not act its part minutes Obestcrilolds idea of oxoellonco was essentially superficial for his praiso of solid acquirement nud genuine principle is nhvays coupled with the assertion of their entiro inutility if unaccompa nied by graco extornal polish and an ngrocablo manifestation Ho omits all consideration of their intrinsio worth and absolute dignity thoir value to tho individual according to him is wholly proportioned to his skill in using them in a social form In ono of his earlier letters to Philip Stanhopo he writes What au advan tago has n graceful speaker with gen Â¬ teel motions n handsomo figure over ono who shall speak fnll as much jjood sense but who is destituto of thoso or naments In business how prevalent aro tho graces how detrimental is the want of theml If you should not acquire manners nil tho rest will be of littlo nso to you By manners I mean engag Â¬ ing insinuating shining manners a distinguished politenoss an almost ir resistiblo address a superior graceful Ho would ness in all you Bay and do havo maunors ovorlny individuality and goes so far as to doolarothat a soldier is a bruto n scholar a pedant and a philosopher noynio without good brood Â¬ ing Gentlemans Magazine Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ VESTS Sale of Land Notes and Land I9th DECEMBER 1898 Â¬ Â¬ Secret of Beauty Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ u Pills are an abso- Â¬ lute cure for sick headache dys- Â¬ pepsia sour stomach malaria constipation torpid liver piles jaundice bilious fever bilious- Â¬ Tutts Liver Doyou know this ness and kindred diseases missioners Report of division as Remainder1 Said tract isiiver bot Â¬ tom land well located and draiaed Sale of both land and land notes will be made on a credit of six twelve and eighteen months Whats that The purchaser will be required to give bond witli approved security Fritter away my monoy in idleaew as tho newspapers say Philadelphia for the payment of the purshase money- - to have the feree and eftect ofa North American Roplevinbond bearing legal interest from the day of sale with a lies Were Made of Dust reserved upon said property until all the purchase money is paid Ho I could kiss the shut yo walk His Bavlas Grace said the I may not llko work tramp butthorois ono thing I dont do TuttVLiyer Pills oa 8tw sttslt iLttf fflrwT WlMta ttw wetter wM slAAH GS 4lsVA aPty TBIll Wlttttfc flssM fwMMBaS4smviWt the James R Skillman Special Muter Commissioner Cm a i mWi ft flyers tberry Pectoral saved tho lives of two of my chil-Â¬ dren when to all appearanco they wero in tho first stage of mmmmmA Consumption J W HUFFORD UALF S1ZD DOTTLES Farmington la goc mako his former homo Kansas will gain a mighty good citizen when she gets Morgan Candy In fancy boxes tho kind that is made by Monne best chocolates on earth assorted at Julius Slppols You cannot mako a more acceptable Christmas gift than to rrive a pair of gold spectacltB from Short A Haynes Fit guaranteed E1 Goodnight took Thanksgiving din ner Thursday with James McGinnls Superintendent of Owensboro the echoolB School Report The following Is tho report of the ex aminatton helo on the 24 5 of Nov Har Â¬ din school district No 74 Grade V Warlleld Miller 04 Eliza Miller 88 Annie Camp 88 Amy Pate 77 Lena Hendricks 77 Jamel Camp 77 Howett Ball 77 Raymond Pate 77 Grade IV Bland Millor 84EvIe Mil ler76 Sudio Camp0 Waltor Taul 811 Purva Hawkins 70 Willie Camp 70 111 Grad LenatIawklnB 78 Virgil Millor 77 Rassao Pate 77 Wlnnlo Isorne 78 SfH JASYGOING IP1 w BIG SPRING Dr Ray and wife returned home Mon Â¬ day Miss LUI Clarkson is visiting in Louis- Â¬ ville James Haruedbought E W Jones house and lot here In Big Spring Miss Zeltna Strother attended tho Teachers Association at Irvington Dr Strother attended the Medical Society at Brandenburg last Thursday Dr Strother and MIbs Maud Doran at Â¬ tended tho church at Hill Grove last Sunday Joe Modley will haye a sale Dec 15th Mr Medley has sold his property to Thomas Durbin Dr Gray and little son James Roberts came down from Ehzabethtown Sunday and wero the guests of II Meyer E W Jones moved to Hebbardsville Henderson county last Monday where his wife has a farm We regret to give up such good citizens as Mr Jones and family SSS1 VVVtVVMtWIWWi PEOPLE Thou who disregard rfy indications cf disease Tho progress of catarrh is frequent- y gradual Chroma catarrh secures possession with Â¬ out tho knowl Â¬ edge of its vlo tim SULZERS THESE ARE THE TWO POINTS THAT ARE CHARACTERISTIC OP SULZERS High Qualities Low Profits Goods Are Honest know that whatever you buy from ua is well worth tho price Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY NOV 30 1898 r Local Brevities r n tending the meeting Prof Sam Pate was visiting at Mr M P Paynes 8unday Thos Cain finds himself attending college at Irvington Z T Stlth was in the city a few days last week selling hogs Mr and Mrs Gilbert Kaaoy spent Sunday with Mrs Koseys parents WILLIAMS LITTLES Our Sunday services were Sabbath 1398 LIST School Class meeting and Epworth OF League DAVIESS COUNTY Mies Ada Drury came home for Thanks Â¬ FARMS FOR SALE giving returning to her school Sunday night Mr and Mrs T II Hardaway of Gus ton were visiting and attending services over here Sunday Dinner Party The fact that we all have our enemies The family ol Lieutenant Colonel is a sad one but let us make them sources David R Munay enjoyed a Thankcglv of blessing We know them for we see ing dinner at the Fisher homestead last Wednesday Those present wore Mr HKKXKnKKHKtKlKWtlt and Mrs D R Murray Mr and Mrs James Hambleton Mr and Mrs Morris Beard MIwes Evelyn Minnie and Allienne Murray and Miss Bessie Ham Â¬ bleton On Thursday Col Murray ac- Â¬ companied by liia son Hal went to An nlston Ala where he resumed his com- Â¬ mand in the Fourth Regiment Would you fool porfootly Tract No 1 Sold To bo entirely relieved of the aches safo to put all your monoy Tract No 2 168 acres near Worthing Ono you ton on Texas Railroad about 12 rails and pains of rhe umatlsm means a great In a now bank bavo just hoard of from Owensboro high level land lJ5 deal and Hoods Sarsaparilla does it two largo tobacco acres cleared building But now about an old g Ono that has dono 3 bank barns three tenant houses Price 20 House Party tt business for over a quartor v per acre oontury Ono that has Sold of a Tract No 3 The hospitable home of Mr and Mrs Tract No 4 115 acres f6ur miles from David Van Alstlne The Cottage has S always kopt its promlsos Ona that novor failed novor Buildings dwellings and Oweseboro been tho scene of a very pleasant family m xnlslod you In any way g barn Price 23 par acre S You could trust suoh a bank c No 5 100 acres eight in I leu house party during the past few days Tract couldnt you Live black land 00 That excellent couple entertained Mr from Owensboro acres cleared Bnlldlngi dwelling six and Mrs E O Hull and family Dr and rooms tenant house barn holding 15 Mrs S A Hartweli aud family who acres of tobacco Price 26 per acre Tract No 0 100 acres four alios represent the Kentucky relatives of their south of Owensboro Building two ton host and hostess They had a charming ant houses and barn Price 35 per acre time Tract No 7 115 acres 11 miles from of OOD LTVBR OIL WITH Buildings Rolling land Owensboro Successful Revival HYFOPHOSFHITES la Just five rooms fine shade tenant house like suoh a bank It has never The meeting at the Baptist church house two good baras 00 acres cleared dwaDDOlnted you never will 12 50 per acre gosfl interest One pro Price eoatlmiM with Has never aeoeivea you Watch thb ipaci foe tb rnt o our fessloa Monday Bight There have been never wiu Will dlyUe any tract to suit purchaatr Look out that someone Term on everything one third cath balance thirty three additions and twenty one in one two and three yeari or tonga r time If doe not try to make you beptlaems during the series of meetings de aires lnveet your health In a new Hrei e a fctui card and ve wiH eesd yoa a full TgiJs wakes it one of the most successful tonic some sew raecuoine you know nothing of Nvlvale that has ever bees held here ec and ftoa all drufebta SOWNI CheaaUU New Ywk SCOTT H4HI TfcWd Street On MIiimU CougH Cure cure Tfcot U whM M latafaUIrttaatltateilWUMlWtoM auet Ut OWXOHO KBNTMCKY te See our corn cobb window Short A Haynes J D Babbage spent Thanksgiving at Lewisport We have pipes for everybody Short A Haynea JnliuB SIppels is headquarters for con fectlonarles Rev Barrett of Hawesville was in the city Friday Waller Smart went to Hawesville on a visit Friday The best Bwootcst purest candy in town at SIppels Mr Stelncamp of Evansvllle was in the city lastweek Chintz Royalty of Hardinsburg was in the city Saturday John Vest went to Hawesville and Cannelton Monday A J Kirk the Cannelton tailor spent a day in the city last week William Olaycomb Irvington visited the citr a few days last week Miss Maggie Lewis is attending mis Â¬ sion in Hawesville this week Morgan Fountaine and J E Hanks of Holts were in the city yesterday Mrs George Reese of Pineville is the guest of Mr and Mrs F N DHuy Patrick Dillion and wife went to Ilar dlnsburg to attend the mission Sunday Orville T Skillman is visiting friends at Indianapolis and Cincinnati this week Lichtfoot Millor of Hawesville was in the city Sunday visiting friends and relatives Mrs J D Braahear of Owensboro is the city and is domiciled at tho Brecken- Â¬ ridge Inn Scott Morrison well known tho Owensboro lawyer was in the city Fri Â¬ day on business Mr Joseph L Mattinglyof Long Lick was visiting his brother Mr 0 L Mat tingly last week Prof S E Hancock and Milton Coke attended the joint teachers convention at Irvington Saturday John Kennedy and Lonnie Smith of Hardinsburg came down Sunday to at tend tho Catholic mission Mrs J O Stephens has returned home from Bardstown since the death of her sister Mrs Arch Wilson Mrs E A Baldwin after a most enjoy- Â¬ able visit to friends in this city Las returned to Morgantown John Graham and Walter Riedel have been promoted to the positions of firemen on the Henderson route Miss Hattle Kelser of Louisville is in the city the guest of her brother Mr John Keiserwbo is quite sick Miss Annie Hagan of Cecelia who has been visiting her sister Mrs Frank Beavin returned home Monday Mr and Mrs Fred May of Fordsville arrived Wednesday last and were the guest of Mr and Mrs Fred May Sr Morgan Fountaine one of the best farmers In Holts Bottom will move to Sedgwick Kansas which place he will a U Mr and Mrs Hull of Louisville spent Thanki giving day in this city tho guests of Mr aud Mrs David Van Alstyne at The Cottage Mr and Mrs James W Ormsby of Louisville are at tho Barnes House Their daughter Miss Ormsby was their guest Sunday Miss Downs and Miss Frank of Kirk Breckenridge county who have been visiting Miss Alice Jett at Pellvillo have returned homo Charlie May accompanied by his two charming sisters tho Misses Eva and Eliza May spent Thanksgiving day with friend at Cannelton Misses Elizabeth Skillman and Eliza- Â¬ beth Bowmer will go to Glendeane tomorrow where they will be the guests of Miss Amanda Deane If you know of any one who wants to get a thorough education toll them to go to Irvington College aud they will find there just what they want James G Harris and son Edward will loavo next week for Canada and New York Mr Harris bookkeeper for the Henderson Route at tho shops Austin Popham who is attending a school of pharmacy in Louisville is spending a week of vacation with his parents of Mr and Mrs M F Popham Do our people appreciate the best training in music and elocution It you do you will not fail to take advantage of the superior talent offered in these terms at Irvington College Mrs J D Babbage and little- daugh- Â¬ ter Mildred spent Thanksgiving at the Ditto Homestead abovo Brandenburg in Meade county where she visited her father Franklin Ditto Notice Parties desiring the benefit of tho late Bankruptcy Act need not go to Owensboro but they can call on or write to V G Babbage at Hardinsburg and get all information desired Mrs D L B Moremen and Miss Lula Lewis of Irvington Mrs Richard Owen of Glendeane composed a very pleasant party to Louisyille Monday They wero sight seeing and shopping bent Holm and A D Minary returned home last week after a pleasant visit and successful hunting to their grandparents Mr and Mrs J G Stephensof Addison Mr Bonnacastle of Louisville was with Helm Minary Editor David Duncan of the Meade county messenger was in town Sunday His wife and little son are sojourning in the city Dave challenses any editor in Kentucky to produce as handsome a Btfcond edition as he has Patrons and trustees we know you want good teachers progresslye teachers if you will consult with Prof E O Crabbe of Irvington College before selecting your teacher for tho fall it will be to your advantage The Misses Lena and Maggie McGary of Hardinsburg Millie Sbeerin and Mat tie Mattingly of Long Lick and the Messrs Everett Lewis and Tom Dona- Â¬ hue of Hardinsburg were the guests of Miss Florence Lewis Sunday They were in the city attending the mission Teachers You will miss the opportu- Â¬ nity of your lives if you do not avail yourselves of the superior advantages offered you at Irvington Ky by Prof Crabbe You cannot afford to tool your time away with schools which though they may be well advertised you do not know and nine cases out of ten they do not have and do not do what they advortise to do Prof Crabbe and his work is too well known to need any remarks from us He is a professional teacher having taught twenty six years a classical graduate and his teachers are and thoroughly compe- Â¬ all tent This school is here at home and the teachers of this and adjoining coun- Â¬ ties will show to the people that they are not progressive and do not desire to better qualify themselyes if you do not avail yourselves of these opportunities Â¬ of dlscaso is so diffi Â¬ J WAWto W11J9WB3 H WWcult to shako off sfj5j ni Many people well advanced in years find themselves in tho toils of catarrh Mr and Mrs ollumof Qiddings Tex found holp in a Mr Collums letter follows CALDWELLS 11 is moro Catarrh in this section There a Medicine Co Columbus O of the country than all other diseases INDIGESTION Deati Sms I think your put together and until the last few is tho best medicine I ever tried for ca- Â¬ years was supposed to be incurable havo tried all tho catarrh For a great many years doctors pro- Â¬ tarrh I thatlcouldhcar of and nono medicines nounced it a local disease and prescribed of them did any good until I tried yours local remedies and by constantly fallI and my wlfo nhave both used tho ing to cure with local treatment pro- Â¬ and Man-a-lland vre aro about Scienco nounced it incurable has well I am 70 years old and my wlfo proven catarrh to bo a constitutional is 60 When wo commenced to take disease and therefore requires constitu- Â¬ your medicines wo were not able to seo F0R SALE FARMING INPLEMENTS now sho can tend tional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure after our work but seo after my farm One lliount to hor work and I FOIl SALE Illounttwo horseihovel turning plow double one three manufactured by F J Cheney Co You can uso this publicly if you want shovel 3plows one harrow set ot Iron single single trees Toledo Ohio is the only constitutional to and double tree Various other farming impleA P Colluxn Gtddlngs Tex ments lam selling out at half value Addrers cure on the market It is taken inter- Â¬ K HARMON Hardinsburg Ky Ask any druggist for a free nally in doses from 10 drops to a tea Almanac for the year 1899 spoonful It nets directly on the blood FOR SALE MULES and mucous surfaces of the system They SALK Four head black mare mules two offer one hundred dollars for each case the set countenances their failure to re- Â¬ I70Rtour years old 15 to tOA hands high eood good shape falls to cure Send for circulars and spond on occasions when wo succeed and SON and Springcondition THUS W ANDER Â¬ it Ky Dig though their very presence puts a dam- Â¬ testimonials Address WANTED LAB0R per on onr otherwise raising spirits lets Co Toledo O F J OHENEY be glad and rejoice WANT to hire a white man with small family SetTSold by Dugglsts 75c Pe-ru-nPe-ru-nPe-ru-- Grado 2 Norma Miller 70 Carrio San ders 70 Annlo Thompson 72 Mary B Smith 75 Phcmmio Thompson 72 Carrie Pnto 72 Ivan Hawkins 70 Henry Pate 70 Oven Pato 75 Julius Camp 70 Grade I Bertha Smith 75 Maty Pate SOCIaudle Pato 70 Frank Pate 80 Frank Beavin 70 Ulysis Blare 70 Herman 8mlth 75 Raymond Miller 70 Nat Taul 75 Herbert Ball 72 Prlmnry Ruth Millor 70 Burman 72 Tracy Smith 80 Richard Camp 70 Ida Hawkins 70 Kascae Leslie Teacher Â¬ msnsu iunrA f WM catarrh thatmnny Ithos becomo so common to Every Â¬ say body has a llttlo Knff pcoplo xet no class I twlwww no irbllffht nrTrtri t mr ton Prunco Ml d ilUIIBM rriOOb rJSzrs How are Your Feet Dressed SDR PEPSlHi Are your Shoes suited to the season Are the soles thick Are your Shoes tho right weight These aro important questions bccauseif you do not wear heavy shoes tho kind that keep your feet dry and warm Wo have you aro liable to contract a severo cold or pneumonia Shoes especially for this weather Thoy will savo doctors bills and keep you comfortable good Â¬ Pe-ru-- WANTS I i Â¬ Pe-ru-- WAJT A Mackintosh An Umbrella Rubber or Felt Overshoes We Have Em CHEAP QUITE SUCCESSFUL to do farm and dairy work next year Would Mrs Shelley accompanied by her sis- Â¬ also give his wife some employment in the dairy Must know how to work and handle stock careful ter Mrs McCans returned to her home ly Honest Industrious of good morals and will injr to stay close and attend to business for the money fill a contract right and bless our good I Some Beautiful Blossoms Raised by Mrs i T Patterson in Parkland Friday Dr J M Walker was taken with a chill Friday on his way to see a patient He is still very sick Dr Moorman of Irvington was called to see Dr J M Walker Sunday We are quite sure that he will improve Every day brings us nearer Christmas Got your presents ready and havo on hands a large quantity of good cheer Our friend Tim can tell tho Irvington correspondent whero the prosperity comes in Tho enormous sw eet potato crop for which there was no sale had to be fed to hogs which Baved the corn that was an extra crop so much that both hog an dcorn market was glutted and thats what is tho matter But how about the cattle and sheep and live tur Â¬ keys at 8J cents butter and eggs too It is reported that a company of vol- Â¬ unteers officers and men together re Â¬ fused to embark for Cuba on transport Number Thirteen which by chance happened to be berthed at dock Number Thirteen Superstition has greater pow- Â¬ er to terrify men than have burning gun- Â¬ powder and blazing cannon Epworth Era Goldkn rod times 4t Come to see me If you are the right man UK P W FOOTE Irylngton Ky BOOK KEEPING SULZERS WbrtSSAAk SStv Chrysan thenum growers in this section of the etato is Mrs J T Patterson of this city She has this season produced some flowers of this variety that would take prize at any flower show She under- Â¬ stands how to produce the most beauti- Â¬ ful effects and is meeting with flattering results Mrs Patterson is one of the most suc- Â¬ cessful and enthusiastic floriculturists in this section and her love for flowers amounts to a passion She is to be com- Â¬ plimented for her ability One of the most successful -- OOOK-KKEIING turn nemnna In each locality lie nuick bUHWAIlfZ SCHOOL Equitable Ilullding S Louisville Ky WANTED RAGS ll taught FKKE by mall to OFFICE XT ANTED Cotton rags white or colored YV must be clean IIRliCKENKIDOE NEWS A BEAUTIFUL GIFT Tax Collections Deputy Sheriff Frank Payne has col- Â¬ lected about 2000 taxes in this city dur the past few days The sheriff calls at Â¬ tention to the tax list that appears in this weeks paper He has been very lenient to delinquents and has about 7000 on the 1S05 00 and 07 books that has not yet been collected They now ask all who are in arrears in taxes to pay up and sayo legal trouble BEWLEYVILLE Miss Nettle Shumate is improving Wo are in the midst of hog killing evee t e 4 The weather was freezing the past week WHEN DOES YOUR SUB SCRIPTJON TO THE NEWS EXPIRE Tho holidays aro fast approach- Â¬ ing If you havo a friend you aro going to remember on Christmas what would bo moro appropriate as a gift than a fino Oxford Teachers Bible bound in morocco You can get such a Biblo with tho Breck enuidqe News for one year for 250 You cant buy tho Biblo at retail for less than 250 any whero in the world By this arrangemont you practically get tho News free for ono yoar Tho Childs Biblo a beautiful work for children and tho News for one year ior 8200 From Now Until Christmas Our storo will contain a myriad of attractions Now Novel and Beautiful in Everything Jewelry a Musical Instruments And a stock that makes it a veritable gift buyers paradise is what we offer Call in and seo our beautiful presents in Sil- Â¬ ver Gold and Jewels Persons of good taste culture and re- Â¬ finement can find everything thoy need in tho holiday gift lino at T C LEWIS Jewel Palace and Music Store Dr P W Foote continues about tho same Miss Willa Drury has gone back to school Miss Lena Drury is at Irvington at- Â¬ Sheriffs Sale For Taxes Notice is herby given that on HARDINSBURG KY MONDAY THE 19th DAY OF DECEMBER 189S of a regular term of a County Court for Breckenridge County Kentucky the undersigned Ex Sheriff of Breckenridge County Kentucky will expose to Public Sale at the Court House door in Hardinsburg Kentucky the following described Real Estate situated lying and being in Breckenridge County Kentucky as the property of tlie following named persons or so much thereof as will satisfy the taxes and cost against said parties as shown by amount hereafter stated Said Tares being State Itevenue County Levy and Railroad Tax for the years below mentioned Sale wlM be for cash in hand It being the first day The Bad Weather On last Saturday interfered with the sale of L E and Nannie Hendersons effects Name Description 2 to 5 10 40 05 00 GO 1 o 5 THE SALE HAS BEEN POSTPONED AND WILL TAKE PLACE 1897 1805-0- -7 1807 1897 1800 7 1800 1800 1805 0 1800 1800 1805 1805 1805 1807 1800 1805 1805 1805 1805-G-7 Jno Bowan Thos Ganaway Green Gilpin G P Hudson Wm N Lyon WmO Bradley Marion Dunn Elizabeth Pruit E P Haynes H C Haskinson Isaac Trabue 38 acres at 200 12S 69 80 SO 1 21 160 2 45 CO 70 3 40 100 125 1 1 1 100 200 160 100 1 lot 1 08 05 1 Co C8 07 05 05 MONDAY 1 1 1 1 1 GO DEC Cotomtine 5 98 250 -200 000 200 200 33 45 200acr w 34 05 2 70 05 I Tested and Tried For 25 Years i Wilson Heirs by Robert Wilson Thos Duncan If M iMcCracken Clarence Bowman Thos Gray Geo W Mattingly Jilius Lednaky 80 100 22 307 00 17 1 05 2 130 05 45 08 83 77 08 200 25 1205 180 200 50 1897 1800 7 1805 lftOS 1805-0- -7 Alexander Adams 7 Heirs V G Babbage Agt 100 50 Albert Lelchnarut 10O Andrew Hawkins Phil Carr Vest A Walters Agta lot Andrew J Canary James M Coopers Heirs Chas II Jasper OhasT Merritt Mrs Settle E Du boise Alexder Nicholson- - 112aresatl lot Gten deano 300 20 1 08 3 08 05 45 1 74 4 09 03 1 72 5 95 2 60 10 57 2 70 OQ 1J 85 2 01 1 60 1 60 0 22 1 75 4 75 05 2 05 Everybody invited to attend and take advantage of the Bargains 1 35 14 05 2 62 6 30 0 40 7 21 1 L E A Fine Offer 100 160 JW0 2 2 40 1 00 3 50 2 00 8 75 1 03 1 23 1 84 5 1 82 5 1 42 2 20 00 20 0 02 Henderson IRVINGTON KY Globe-Democrat 00 75 60 3 3 150 Clovevort 30O 1805-0- -7 1805-0- -7 50 acres at 40 50 10 100 76 42 100 3 64 1 75 4 74 3 40 3 76 1 85 3 00 0 60 4 20 0 60 6 75 2 30 67 18 30 80 3 80 4 65 X 1 02 7 21 3 00 10 20 1 1805-0- -7 1805-0- -7 SGOTTS 1800 7 1805 1805 1800 7 1805-0- -7 200 250 200 500 250 200 300 03 7 53 2 20 12 30 2 25 13 25 EMULSION Jas TSublette Oalvla Harrta Snsan B Payna vm a uyan 2 08 10 13 1 70 3 45 1 GG 2 70 2 00 0 01 1 03 7 63 1 08 8 33 1 08 8 33 3- 1895-0- -7 1805-0- -7 lt it 1800 Gum Watts col Richard Lavoa Ellis Bayder eel Ben Robards I undivided inter est 00 acrM at 500 8 60 1 05 25 acre at 75 25 1 80 30 30 1 1 ot Hardlaaburg 7o 75 1 05 24 00 - 1 03 2 23 1690 7 1805 0 1807 1otUr4iaftiagi LJ Was Mattlwrlv S 87 1 28 lOacret10ti Doaaa beta 81 990 1 85 87 05 1 70 4 45 78 2 10 203 0 24 70 2 66 1 00 7 10 WILLIAMS LITTLE W B GAftMfM u P P Pay Dfwty A Pam afcwtf lmhMHtdii i Co HhsiMh the wauts of every member of the family not only giving all the news bnt also m A UBual intereet to every reader of this great variety of interesting and instruc- Â¬ paper is the advertisement elsewhere in tive reading matter of all kinds Write thla issue of tho St Louis for free sample copies to Globe Printing unquestionably one of the greatest Co St Louis Mo of American newspapers That peerless paper can now be had by mall every Constipation means the accumulatioa day Including tho big Sunday Issue for ot waste matter that should be discharged only six dollars per year and at that dally and unless this Is done the foul price it la certainly within the reach ot matter la absorbed and polsoaa the sya all who desiro to read any dally paper system Use HEUBINE to brisg about The Weekly Globe Democrat la issued regularity of the bowels Trice 50 eU in semi weekly sections of eight pages A R Fisher each making It practically a large semi Noticb Parties deairlsg the beasflt of weekly asd almost equal to the average dally at one dollar a year This iwue ki the lata Baakrupiey Art need mK go jut tbe thing for the farmer merchant to Oweaaboro hot tby aa tall enot or pro torsional maa who baa sot the writ to V G Bbba at Hardhuburf a daily paper hut wiatuM to Md yt all iiUwmattoM desired Urn to t pcompily aad thoroufbly poaUd DWkt XMf LittU Early I Tb It W auuk up with Mfsfrfal refer on te Man Ma taw I 11 II rMta Hh ftn btbr too wmUnt tfctflHp H ntrf HIHntloMcobblt ronoTn tb desire for tobacro lUi frr stIjbiIb oat nrroudllr steels nlco i I MKT porlfls lb blood ro fff tins ea torn Ion mirvhowl omIxiim pooeo rn5eZra tnniLUm I MU otifi rnredlia j nerregt LMO-TO-JHAnd pockctW M from I wjtC wLPOflw own drarirlitwbo -WwM roach forsTkH with panipaUratlTprsliteiitli Cm eatJaM w WA bottl ainallf caret i JbotM MM money im we II MINI mi fJlilsotd li Ilk A JOKE ON THE TEAMSTER K31 FARM AND STOCK Corn is selling nt Si 25 In Gloegow deÂ¬ livered December wheat is selling CO and May At 05 J at Chicago A Til Roberts of Lewisport shipped 0 head of hogs to Louisville last week and got 150 for the lot Two hundred and ninety five head of rattle average weight 1500 pounds were sold at Richmond for export The prico paid was 20000 The Stanford Journal notes the sales at 300 I0O of 10 cattle wt barrels of corn at 1 25 dolivered 60 export cattle wt lG00 lbs at 4 jc 80 ex Â¬ port cattle wt 1480 at STG5 Nell McSwIne shipped one day last week to New York 0000 dozen eggs and about 1500 chickens and ducks The entire consignment was worth in the neighborhood of 3000 Richmond Reg ister Hog cholera has been playing bavoc in the northern part of the county and most of the farmers have lost at least half of their herds Mr Richard Hays has lost one hundred head Elizabeth town News There is much complaint from farmers about corn rotting Where It was cut up to make room for wheat nearly all of It is spoiled And whero it has blown down the grains have sprouted The merchantable corn crop will be much less than was expected in this section s Â¬ Â¬ or refund WK mirBrnteedtocare ilwai tslMlielwIori fl Jil III Be Iloaghljr Ordered General Sherman to Droits His Mnlet A good story is told of onoof Genornl Bhormans Missouri teamsters Ho bad just jolnod tho service n raw recruit s I Nico lino Clothing 289 to S350 750 1250 Fine Tailor Made 400 fine to Extra Tailor Mado fancy silk and patin linings 8 en to H I- - 49c to 1000 to 10 Extra nice Jackets in Astricans Beaver cloth Htrictly tailor made 500 250 Strictly Tailor Made Broad Cloth and Cheviot JauketB to 500 k Yeakel I Co Brandenburg Ky BRING US YOUR FEET And we will fit them with the Best Shoe at tho lowest coat thtt you ever knew before We have Mens Boots from 8125 up A Real Good Boot at 250 It is good length custom made and has strap top We aro closing them out at a reduced price Here Are Bargains Wovo got some ntuu in our store we must get rid of and wo give you the benefit of fine values Comforts 65c to 175 A lot of Jeans Pants at 50c A few odds and ends in Over- Â¬ coats we want to close out at 200 250 and 300 Wo are actually selling six mulo toain When tho nrtny halted for tho first night ho was woaniy un Â¬ harnessing his team Hollo thoro said tho wag of tho What do yon company In passing mean by taking caro of thoso mules yourself Why dont yon havo tho hostler do it Why I thought every man had to takocaro of his own team said tho bowildercd teamstor Youbot he doesnt Wovo got a hostler for that Theres his tent right over thoro Hes n lazy contrary old cuss and ho may not want to do it but you swear at him and holl movo off at double quick Tho Missourian strodo ovor to tho tent indicated which happened to bo General Shermans headquarters Hero you son of a gun ho roared got out of horo and brush florcely thoso mules Noedless to say tho teamster spont tho evening in tho guardhouse A pious old Indiana farmer was as signed to tho duty of teaming probably by mistake Tho roads wero muddy and tho rest of the teamsters wore lit- Â¬ erally bombarding their charges with oaths It was against tho old mans prinoiplcs to swear and ho hold his peace nlboit in impotent rago At last ono of tho hind mules balkod and ro fused to advanco n step The old man used ovory endeavor to urgo tho beaBt along but to no purpose At last ho roarod in a loud and solemn volco Oh Lord you know whore thiB mule Mr L T Barnard living near Hart- ought to bo as well ns anybody This ford raised 58 bushels of ootatoes this whole army knows whero ho ought to year from one bushel and a peck of seed bo this minnto Ho knows whero he planted and received GO eta per bushel ought to bo I know whero ho ought to for bis potatoes says the Hartford Re- Â¬ bo oh Lord and if ho doesnt movo in to say so by gum publican This was a good investment a mlnuto I intendOcean Chicago Inter and a big yield from the small amount of seed planted GLADSTONE AS A CHEMIST Mr Joseph Ferigo tobacco commis- Â¬ sioner of the Italian Government has An Incident In tho Grand Old Mans Ca Â¬ reer In the Commons arrived in New York and it is given out If Mr Gladstono seldom indulged in he will make an early visit to the Dark was not becauso ho laoked markets to arrange for that Governments sarcasm itfor ho possessed it in n high tho gift supply of tobacco for the coming year degree but becauso ho forboro to nso Mr Ferigos visits are looked on as an it To hurt an opponents foellngs gave event in the lower markets where he him pain and when ho did it unintengenerally gladdens the tobacconists tionally ho would somotimos cross tho floor of tho houso and sitting for a few hearts with liberal orders by tho sido of tho man whom The market showed a slight change for moments ho had just domollshod say something the better this week in priceB for com- Â¬ to assuago tho wound Ono of his most mon tobaccos grading from trash to persistent but novor ill naturod critics medium fillers of the new crop We was tho lato Sir John Pope Honnessy could see no perceptible change other- Â¬ who told mo tho following story to il wise from last week though the demand lustrate thiB generous trait in Mr Glad was steady and equally as good on all stones character Sir John pridod himsolf on his knowl grades quality and condition considered odgo of chomistry and in ono of tho The tobacco being offered continues to debates on tho commercial treaty with be mean and little of it is desirable for Franco ho mado a speech exposing as good plug stock ho believed a serious chemical blunder John Erabry one of tho most extensive in tho treaty Mr Gladstono followod and soon turned mo inside out in tho cattle buyers in the State was in Dan said Hennesay moht amusing manner vllle to day in quest of exporters Ho story proving as if ho said that be bought about 400 fat steers in rolatinga tho had boon chemist by profession that yesterday in Montgomery and Clark at it was I who had blundered egregious from 4 40 to 465 and also paid 4 J for an ly extra good bunch of 40 which he bought Having thus disposed of his critio from Bill Simpson of Jessamine Mr Mr Gladstono went nnd sat by him for I hopo you dont fool hurt Embry said that the bulk of the best cat- n moment Your speech Mr Honnessy ho said tle In Kentucky has been moved Tooh ey Sullivan have shipped East within was Ingenious and it may console you tho emperor of tho French the last three days 40000 pounds of to know that tho samo objootion that mado preoisoly dressed turkey Sam Harris and Monte you have mado Tho fact is both you Fox are today shipping 185 big cattle nnd ho know a good doal about chem- Â¬ which they sold to Lehman at 4 Ther istry but not onough to koep you from going astray average about 1500 pounds Farris Canon McColl in Fort Â¬ Whitley sold to Judge Frewltt a carload nightly Review of hogs at 3c Advocate Early Whist The Danville Advocate says John Mrs Hervey writes on Oct 25 1007 Embry one of the most extensive cattle to hor husband that his four sisters buyers in the State was in Danville havo boen hear this afternoon and as Wednesday in quest of exporters He they never como unattended brought Mr Down and said that he bought about 400 fat steers with them Mr Go Part of them staid and play Tuesday in Montgomery and Clark at Mr Bo from 440 to 105 and also paid 4 75 ed at whish sio tel this moment for an extra good bunch of 40 which he which is past 11 a clock Twenty years later March 18 1717 bought from BUI Simpson of Jessa- Â¬ Lord Hervey as his title was then mine Mr Embry said that the bulk of writes to tho Rov Mr Thomas Foulkes the best cattle in Kentucky have been tho tutor of Mad Tom Horvoy at Ox Â¬ moyed Bourbon county this year fed ford about that sons gambling pro Â¬ about 10000 Clark 5000 Montgomery pensities He is to follow the example 5000 while Boyle and Madison followed of his good grandfather Horvoy who while between 3000 and 3500 each pray tell Tom nover played at any One of the largest individual feeders in gamo but whist and nt tlmt only in Christmas timo for sixpence a corner tho State is James E Clay of Bourbon Lady Bristol was at Bath in April who every year puts on tho market 1723 and was then in tho conter of tho about eleven hundred Banker C Alex- Â¬ world of whist Poor Bishop Nevoll ander of Paris usually gets the top price she writos can scarce bo rookonod on account of the fine shape in which he among tho living being in my oppin gets his stuff ready but this year the ion wors than dead They say ho sitts Gentrys of Boyle were at the top of the at Liudsoys with ono to hold his cards heap getting 5 cents a pound for 207 and nuothor to givo him snuff Palsoy and gout havo brought him to this miss head while Alexander according to re- Â¬ iroblo condition On May 1 sho choer port got 480 for his 000 Farris fully informs her husband that tho di Whitley and Jerry O Caldwell of Boyle version of tho evoning is tho puppet are among tho largest and best feeders in show Betty is gone with Lady Tor rington Tho whiskers havo promised the State mo 6ome diversion after tis over Dr Bulls Cough Syrup the peoples Notes and Queries Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ raid was assigned tho task of driving n ITS A -- STOTTIR LOSS I If You Dont Accept This Magnificent Offer The Childs Bible anil the Breckenridge News for Year for 200 THE CHILDS BIBLE Contains tho narrativo descriptive and other portions of the Holy Scriptures in tho words of tho authorized version to which aro added more than a hundred pages comprising BHsVHHsWfjWAa B iw CHILDS HISTORY OF THE BIBLE And an Account of the Children of the Bible Richly Illustrated with nearly 300 fine Engravings and Maps and handsomely bound in cloth and morocco with oxquisitely attractive and charming now cover designs Size 8x10 inches Royal Quarto with nearly 900 pages GENUINE 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the prices on fancy and staple articles so low that you save from 10 to 50 cents on the dol- Â¬ lar by trading with me Of every description are handled friend ha been in use over fifty years It cures ihe severest allecllon of the throat and lungs I such as bronchitis grippe laryngitis and Incipient con Â¬ sumption lriceonly i cents a bottle l 58 OVERCOAT FOR 11 CLARION NOTES What That Newsy Hancock Paper Has To Say W E Brown BN Jas Hennon is a crack wing He has frequently shot nickels away that had been tossed with rifle BARGAIN CENTER Last week he killed a wild goose flying KY with a rifle at a distance of several hun- Â¬ IRVINGTON dred yards Ohaa Lambert lives near Floral Hardlnsburg Ky PnlloPO The Oldest The Best says he has raised who biggest pumpkins the bUIIGgt this year of his life It is a very general Free use of Dictionary Encyclopaedia thing to find them in his patch weighing and Scientific Apparatus Six Courses 70 pounds Both Boxen Health Thorough Instruc- Â¬ Mr S J Baker of Patesvllle made a tion Best Social and Religious Influ- Â¬ delivery of 0000 pounds of tobacco to Owenaboro yesterday for which he re- Â¬ ence no Saloons ceived 0 05 for both leaf and lugs This Tuition S 00 per term of ten weeks is only about half of his crop Bend for Special Announcements to W J Deano the Breckenridge county tie man is in the city receiving two car J H B LOGAN President wmmammmmmmmmammmmmmmmmmammmt loads of lumber from Lawson brothers which Is to be shipped to Louisville Capt shot The Cannlnr Fox Tho sagacity of tho fox is most won derful It is related that ho is tor mented by fleas and when tho infliction becomos unbearable ho gathers a mouthful of moss and slowly walks backward into tho noarost stream until only tho mouth is loft abovo tho surface of tho water Tho fleas moantimo tako ref nge on tho moss and when tho fox is satisfied that they huvo all embarked ho opens his mouth and tho moss drifts away whilo tho wily fox regains the bank happy in freedom from his tor- Â¬ mentors Exchange Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ cP MAIL08TAC1E ntKIAin How to Make llavnrlan Cream Itetween Two Fires Tho odl tor seoms to havo tho UBual run of onornios Scrib Yes If ho publishes anything anonymously thoy aocuso him of cow- Â¬ ard ico whilo should ho sign an article they laugh at his vanity I Up to Date 8quib From a Methodist Preaoher FOR SALE SEEDS Genuine Missouri White RyoOrchard Grass Wheat Mid Clover J F DUTSOHKE VOLT KKNTUOKY Bcml Tobscco 8K and SaicUt Tour life avujr To quit tobacco easily and forever bo mag nolle full of life nerve and vigor take the wonder worker tbat make weak men strong All druggists Wo or tl Cure guana teed Booklet and samclo free Addreaa York toflle Ketaed Ca Cklcw or 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 cellent medicine I havo suffered quite a great deal from sick headache the re Â¬ sult of sedentary habits and sluggish liv- Â¬ Your remedy corrects er and bowels these troubles and my headaches are Many a household is saddened by death stopped J Q Boone because el tbe failure to keep oa hand Castor M E Church a safe aad absolute certain cure for croup such m One Minute Cowdi Oura Sm CALDWELLS mi DR that y ow little o w are pfoteeUd tsgaiMt Â¬ For rico Bavnrlim cream scald thrco cups of milk in u doublo boiler add a generous quarter of a tablcspoonful of salt and one fourth of n cup of rico wollwashod Cook until tho rico is ton dor but unbroken Soak ono fonrthof a box of gelatin in a Uttlocold wator and thou melt by sotting tho dish over hot water Strain tho gelatin into tho rice nsing a pioco of ohoosooloth for tho pur poso Add half a onp of sugar and cool In the moantimo beat ono oup of thick cream until stiff Flavor tho rico with vanilla and fold into it tho boaton cream Turn tho mixture into a mold chillod and servo whon thoroughly chilled with orange or lomou jelly or with preserved Irjait tThe Appetite of a Goat Is envied by all poor dyspeptics whose Stomach and Liver are out of order All such should know that Dr Kinga New Life Pills the wonderful Stomach and Liver Remedy gives a splendid appetltei sound digestion and a regular bodily habit tbat Insures perfect health and great energy Only 25c at Short Hay nes drug store The nllbwanco of tbe lord mayor of iionuon up to the mayoralty of Sir Sid uoy WaterJow in 1879 was f 10000 an nually but it was increased in that yoar to f 50 000 at which sum it has ever sisce ronmtned There is an Amorioan hotel at Llmos Porto RIoo It is called the Grand It reHfci oa plors sot in the coral reef where ooasolow spray from tw searby mat re ieeta rainbow tintt in Mm Maliaht Take a Notion i To investigate our dry goods and notions department Most people love to be surprised and we will guarantee that you will be sur- Â¬ prised at the splendid values you get for jour money on anything you purchase in this department WE ONLY ASK A TRIAL PURCHASE -- 4 A J i WEVE GOT YOUR TRADE AFTERWARD MMMmH Jw sYRUP OUREV NHiM lNDIWTIOM PEPSIN uayse DnWitt4 Witch Has My mM BM W Wm BaMMM VMHM MfMM LJfcfrflJ - aiAsit--irL-i iVsaftlifllll sirar f - vg i wS Wjrriinii - mr wi jijii nynji TAPE WORMS A FEARFUL BATTLE Dragon Flics Almost- Annihilate - MYSTERY SOLVED The Fate of Lost Pins Has been Determined Ex Lieut Governor STATU OF NEW YOKH Inpo worm clslitcen feet long at J T O CHAS F OWEN WITH- - BANK -OF CAbCAKhlS This I am sum has caused m bad health for tho past three years I am still taking Cascurets the only cathartlo worthy of notice by suns bio people Geo W BowiK Itnlrd Ml CANDY a Ships Crew Saved Prom Death by Hungry Birds n Flock of THAOI MA AH niOltTtRIO Pleasant Palatable Potent Clond Io Oood Never BIcKon Weaken or Orlpe 10c SScEOc Tto f lfHg Bfnily Cop CURE CONSTIPATION Oil Matrtl Hw Ysrt SIS nUlUUNIi gists to MJKKTobacoo Habit Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY NOV 30 1898 HIDINQ HiriSGLF From i - the Gay and Festive Microbe is This Qerman The oddest domicile on earth is that recently erected by an eminent German bacteriologet It is a microho proof house built of glass blocks There are no window sashes and tho doors when Tho air supply is closed ere airtight forced into the room through a pipe and filtered through cotton wool to cleanse it ol bacteria To insure further eterillzt tion the air Is driveu against a glycerine coated plate of glass which captures all tho microbes the wool spares The few microbes brought into the house in tho clothes of visitors soon die in the warm sunlight witli which the house is flooded The space between the glacis blocks of which tho house is bailt is filled with a solution of salts which absorbs the heat of the sun so that the rooms are much cooler than those protected by the thick- Â¬ est shades In the evening the interior is heated by the salts radiating tho heat they liayo absorbed during the day The Hritlsh steamship Kensington sugar laden from Sournbiya a port in Java while In the Indian Ocean ran Into a vast Hold of seaweed Thece weeds were tho homoof a large and vorn lous species ol the dragon 11 Attracted by the fumes of the Mititr the lies swarmed upon the docks In millions Thousands of them pinetrnted tin hold and feasted upon tho sugar Thous Â¬ ands were upon tho deck seeking to get bolow Big enough to do mischief they got Eavage and attacked tho crew Captain Lang well had thirty two men and they had tho battle of their lives The flies could not bo driven off Their bites were something awful Capl Langwell said and It was not loug before the body of each man of the crew was a mass of blood Thl terrible pest of flies lasted for five days Then far up iu tho sky the deeper ate sailors saw a fl ck of birds circling They were a mighty army of boatswains birds the deadly fori of the dragon fly of the Indian Ocoin Utoi thess p sts tlie birds chiefl subsist They had scented their ancient enemy and just as the steamer was directly under them they swooped down These birds of the sea resemble a dove but are many times larger Thev have long tails and sharp beaks Against tho crews timely rescuers tho flies had no chauce Tney were eaten by the boatswains as quickly as a fl k ol barnyard fowl dispose of their daily meal of corn and soon there was not enough of the flirs to cause further trouble From skipper down to cabin boy all bear traces of their terrible experience with the vicious divgjn fly Every individual who lives to grow up has in all possibility asked at some time iu his life what becomes of all the pins that are manufactured and lost An old gentleman In Loudon has prepared him self to answer the question By a series of experiments conducted in his back garden lie has discovered that they go the way of all flesh and are resolved into Hairpins which lie watched for dust 154 daj s disappeared at the md ol Hint time having resolved into a ferrous ox idf a brownlsu rust which was blown acny by wind as it formed bright pins took nearly eighteen months to disap piar polished steel needles nearly two years and a half brass pins ha I but little endurance steel pens at tho end of fif- Â¬ teen months had nearly gone while their wooden holders were still intact Pencils with which he experimented Buffered little by exposure the lead was un- Â¬ banned and the cedar almost as good as new but then nobody haB ever asked the question about pencils and he might have spared himself his pains PICKETT TOBACCO WAREHOUSE A BRIDGES CO HAEDHTSBUEGB F BEARD President WILL MILLER Vice President M II BEARD Cashier G - J -- 1 Proprietors - Cor Eighth and Main Sts A Louisville Ky Not in the Combine BRIDGES W G BRIDGES MORRIS ESKRIDGE DIRECTORS R M JOLLY J INTEREST PAID ON W BEARD 1 Four Months Storage Free TIME DEPOSITS WHEN YOU NEED One of Mew Yorks greatest statesmen and 16 yoars a member of the calslaturo and 3 times ltrfirxnUrr Unnu Bitting In his third Constitution Convection J850 1867 1894 In his beautiful old ago8iheBlves attention also to hlsoirn constitution While sitting In the Now York Legislature as a follow member with Dr Fennor he wrote I lion M M lenner M D Assembly Chamber Albany N Y Dear Sin I am groatlv benefited by the uso of your Dlood and Tlrer Itemedr and Nerve Tonic for which I thank you very much Again from tho Constitution Convontlon Albany Juno 20 1894 ho writes Dr Former Your kind letter of tno 20th InsU came Oulytohand I expect your groat Rem Â¬ edy to further prolong my llto 0 years Syracuse N Y Henderson Eoute LouisTilU Lumber Paints and Oils Drills Fertilizers Wagons Buggies Plows Blount Wagons And anything in the Farm Machinery and Implement Line OALL ON Henderson Si Louis Rj Co Time Card In Effect Sept East Hound Lv No 41 19 IB98 44 No No IRVINGTON t-it- --- R S BANDY KY 46 SAVED OUR LIFE Do Not f DRUQQIST Hardlnsburg Kentucky m in- -- iwimiiuri RATES n tiwtiimiwh fcimiwim rhrteKjntr o nuimwi llu Kvanivllle Henderson hpottsville Owenshoro llawesville Cloverport btrphemport Irvinfflon I Hrandenbur f ArrLouisvllle- West flound StLouls 756am 865rm 6 Mam J 20pm 245n 715 210 3 IU 738 37 g 19 9 IT 3 41 4 1007 10 45 11 12 1235pm 945 440 601 622 621 745 No 60S 6 43 00 450 510 6 03 730 43 locUiW No 853 917 962 10 H 1035 41 No 45 Neglect the Kidneys and Bladder Iv Louisville Hrandenburg Irylngton Stephensport Cloverport 740im 450pm S30jm 720 739 804 1036 THINGS If you are suQering from drowsiness in From New Zealand the day time irritability of temper sleep Kefton New Zealand Nov 23 1800 general debility headache less nights I am very pleased to state that since 1 and general want of tone of the system HEKB1NE You will get relief and took the agency of Chamberlains inedi use Price 60 cts A It clnes the sale has been very large more finally a cure especially of the Cough lleinedy In two Fisher years I have sold more of this particular Marvels of a Graphophone remedy thencf all other makes of the One of the wonders of the end of tho previous flvo years As to its eflicacy century is the home Graphophone that I have been informed by scores of per- Â¬ will reproduce any kind of music or any sons of the good results they have re- Â¬ sound One can arrange a full program ceived from it and know its value from of the most attractive band orchestral or the use of it in my own household It is vocal muBic and vary it every evening so pleasant to take that we have to place On the Graphophone one can record the the bottle beyond the reach of the chil- Â¬ E J Scantlkiiurv human voice orany sound and reproduce dren For sale by A It Fisher Cloverport it at once You can keep the voices of your friends to be heard whenover you R A Shellman Stephensport wish Graphophones made for home entertainment can ba bought as low as DR CALDWELLS Al 10 for catalogue 30 to the WritColumbia Phonograph Co No 019 Pennsylvania Ave Washington D O VCURES CONSTIPATION - Disorder of these important organs Blights disease rheumatism pain iu the back dropsy and other troubles Disease sometimes gets a hold upon your kidneys and bladder before you realize that anything serious is tho matter Often these organs pre neglected until that awful malady Brights disease has fastened upon you and death awaits its victim Many miraculous cures have been wrought by a course of treatmont with Dr Davis Kidney Tablets These tablets are put up iu tho shape of a kid ney bean and the formula has been pro- Â¬ nounced by tho bfst physicians of modern times to bo the most direct in action on the kidneys of any remedy known to medical science You can eat these tablets as on would candy Send for free booklet on kidney diseases Sold by all druggists or sent on receipt of prire 50 cents and SI causes Â¬ Â¬ TO REMEMBER Fine feathers often make sorry jail- Â¬ birds The boy with made over trousers takes after his father It is the silent man that is usually worth listening to Satan suiiles every time he sees two men trying to trade horses A sandbag in the hands of the hold up man is a stunning affair The scorcher evidently believes in put ting his shoulder to the wheel A fashionable shoemaker savs that women can endure pain better than men When a man is resigned to bis fate the resignation is usually accepted The coming woman sometimes hasher troubles with the going man about 11 p m Owensboro hpottsville Henderson Evansville ArrM Louis llawesville 1135 1217pm 12 40 10 10 96 947 1058 1148 1245am 125 7 20 HO 7 32 1040 vjKLJrivJtfAviisri-rJOHNSON lygxagg SSlOJ TCiSi 0UI8YILLE Kg - s vuc B iiii a syjr aCBaWl a B Nos iC and 16 have Pullman Ilnflft Slntn and elegant high back seat Passenger Coaches through between 1 ouiinlle Kvansville and bt Louis without change rra jMiir S3Ff 1 KY Lf H HC MOIlDUEAGlA St L Louisville Ky Ry Fordsvile Branch 19 rreparod by VERMIFUGE For 20 Years Has Led all Worm Remedies i3msm SOIiD 33 AXiZi 23IlT7GZSrs ST W ORMS 1H -- WHITES CREAM TIME TABLE No 10 TAKING EFFECT SEPT Welt Hound Trains Halt tNo3 7IM t 1898 Hound Train t Vo JAMES -P- RflLI flHll -NV C w c MWbll I fooj STATIONS 2 f fo 4 For sale by A R Fisher Cloverport Ky Foreigners Invited Into Korea The Korean government has officially announced its intention of opening four now ports and of allotlng 000000 equaro meters of land at Fusan near Deer Island The proposed new ports are Sung Clin on the Northeast coast Kuhn San in the North Culla Province on the Southwest coast Masampo on the South coast near Fusan and the northern capital Peng Yang Â¬ Â¬ sYRUP PEPSIN How to Prevent a Cold After exposure or when you feel a cold coming on take a dose of Foleys Honey and Tar It never fails A It Fisher Cloverport R A Shellman Stephensport Gordon ft Haynes Pates- ville E A Witt Hardlnsburg Baskett Coal NOTICE N 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 COAL Whatever prevails is called truth if the rule of the majority counts for any Â¬ Mm Wfiarfmasters Steamboat Agents thing A cheap coat doesnt necessarily make CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY a cheap man but it makes him feol that y ffyJm Zyrmff i vBT Local Agents f way at times Truth is stranger than fiction to most Homestead Fertilizer Company and people probably because thoy dont Standard Oil Company care for an Introduction Most fasclnatlnc Inven Dcalen In tion ol tlienge Aluaja Most youngitors of the present day Doors Sash Blinds Yellow Pine Floor ready to entertain It learn bo rapidly that it Is almost imuos requires nos kill tooper and Ceiline Weather Boardine ine nte It anil rciroJucc tho sible for the high schools to keep up music of lands orches Shingles Salt Lime Cement tras nenlMs with them Thorn I Laths Plaster Plastoriug nothing llko It for an evenings entertainment Hair Tlow Handles rmirhlnp rpiirmliinn Other SO cllled tnlkln only records of subjects socially The Best Plaster Bricks Etc iirejiareil In a laboratory hut thoOraphophono A piece of flannel dampened with Is not limited to such performances On tho Estimates Furnished for Bulldlnqs and urapnopnono you can easily make and Instantly Chamberlains Pain Balm and bound on rcprodueo records of tho olce or any sound Building Material Thus It constantly awakens new Interest and to the affected parts is superior to any lis cnarm is ever ircsli plaster When troubled with a pain in clear and brilliant e the chest or side or a lame back give it Graphophones are sold for iOBd ftlanufarturtd under the fluents of llellTnlnter a trial You are certain to be more than Fillann ami ManlonaM Our ramlillslimmt Is linnd pleased with prompt relief which it afiiimrliPH rtlio Mirll forTnlklnit Jlnehlnt s aud Talking Macliluo Sunpilts Write lor catalogue fords Pain Balm is also a certain cure IS HORSE -- SHOEING for rheumatism For sale by A R Fish- Â¬ COLUMBIA PHONOGRAPH CO Dept 30 But I can do all kinds of er Cloverport R A Shellman Steph- Â¬ ensport BLACKSMITHING 010 Pennsylvania Avenue WAGON MAKING AND Washington D O J The WESTERN HORSEMAN pub 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44 t Â¬ Loulsyllle HendersonSf Louis RyCo 3STO 4z TIME SCHEDULE Tuliliiir Effect SKPTEMBER Hi 42 19 My Â¬ Specialty iJounii JVains H 1898 Satt Bound Mail A Train 77 I aprs Hxprs Dally IM Mall STATIONS Exprs Dally IrM Kapr Dally AM Dally AM f 410 5 03 5 3T 6 4fts 5 48s 6 53s 6 00 6 26 6 41 6 61s 7 40 7 5 8 21 8 24s lvUnnptar Kentucky bt West Point Howard Wlliowdale Hock Haven Long Branch Brandenburg Irvlngton Webster Lodiburg Stephensport Holt Cloverport bkillman Addison Saaiple Kkron Guston 7 45 6 55 s6 61 6 45 s6 40 s6 34 70 1235 12 20 8dls 853 9 01 9 0J 9 24 9 32s t 609 618 8 37s 8 44s 1160 1145s 1135s 1128 1121 f 917 J 659s 7 7 7 626 618 610 603 s560 1112 1102 1063 1045 1037 Â¬ WILL PAUL Its 7 27s 7 39 lis 2lt 20 9J 9 6U 9 59 1011 10 25 10 35 10 43 441 s5 42 s5 30 6 22 1028 1015 10 10 sj si 18 754 8 5 03 49 03 516 04 foSXTllTcy Falcon Lewisport Waltman Journal 812 s 818s 8 27 8 1049s 1058 letrie ij 9 9 9 9 9 07 02 69 45 27 09s 833s 42 9 05 9 21s 9 47s 9 Sts FM 1104s 1113 91fs 932 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Penny Master h T Conner Parser says tho Now York Voico If tho wator is quito cold and tho individual fooblo TELL CITY a dip lasting not mora than ono or two minutes will bo suillcicut to produce R II DslUrd Master W II Newbell Purser tho maximum of bonoflt A longer stay would provo exhausting and injurious D STAGGS A person who is stronger may enduro Daily except Saturday between Louisville tho samo tomporaturo for flvo or ten minutes without disadvantage bat fow and Hew Amsterdam Frel jfct shipped by this line delivered qulok persons would caro to remain in wator at 70 degrees for longer than tho timo er than by rail named aud fooblo persons may bo injur Travelers will find the steamers are unsur ed by mora than a hasty dip beneath passed in equipment and accommodations tho Hurfuoa The best culinary are employed as cooks and Fiftoon to 30 mlnntcs is as long as fie menu Is equal to that of the best hoteli General ofBoes 176 and 178 4th Avenue most persons can remain in tho water with benefit except perhaps on tho Louisville VT D L PKNNY W HITK very warmest days when tho tempera fiupt Pres tnro of tho water npproachos moro noar O V Whxiams T I A ly that of tho body Tho sensations ex Owonahoro Kv perienced upon coming from the wator oro a very excellent guido to tho dura50 YEARS A fooling of woll bo tion of tho bath EXPERIENCE ing buoyuuoy and increased vigor is an indication that tho bath has been bono floial A Bousation of nmlaiso languor or hoadacho prolonged shlvoriug and weaknoss nro ovidenco that tho bath has boon too greatly prolonged Negloct Trade Marks to regulato tho bath according to tho DeaiQNB wator tho tempera tomporaturo of tho Copyrights c Anyons sending aketeh and description ma Â¬ turo of tho air and tho patients condiqulcklr ascertain our opinion free whether ma Inrentlon It oronatilr ruitcnUble Communletk tion deprives a largo number of pooplo tlona strictly eon0denlfaJ Handbook on Patents of tho benefits thoy might othorwiso do nt f rA Oiliest aiTAncr for aecurtnff intents TaUnta taken through Munu 4 Co recelro rivo from sea bathing 0P4CUI notics without ccarge in ma Wo juay also mention incidentally that thoso persons who resort to sea Ijirsest elr A handtomalr lllnstratad weeklr bathing for tho bonoflt of health are not dilation of anr ectentlflo Journal Terms as a likely to dorivo very much boneflt thero raoniusil Sold brail newsdealer from without at tho samo timo corrod Â¬ ilUNN ft Co- i IIbw York ing erroneous habits of diot dress and Brace Ottoe fa V Bt Washington D 0 other unhygienic practices which may bo moro than any other cause respon Â¬ sible for tho diseased conditions from WHEN DORS YOUR SUIL which they saffcr in tho water depends first npon tho USEFUL PKOIIUMS Ate given club raisers and good pajing commis sions are allowed agents Dally Courier Journal 1 Year Dally and Sunday 1 Year Sunday alone 1 Year tween 600 800 Saoo Nos 4 Coaches In I ween Louisville and Kvansville without change H C MOKDUK A O P A Louisville Kr change Parlor Car service rfi aches andKvansville and Icuisille 41 hive elegant high back seat Pass through be bt Louis without and 43 have Parlor Cars and elegant Â¬ Â¬ P Twice-a-We- ek B And The Courier Journal 0S W At RY Trams leave Louisville as follows TD Â¬ Â¬ Bra11 Uoth one Year NEWS Katj bt O S For Only 125 Â¬ Â¬ We have made a special clubbing arrangement with the Twlce a Week Courier Journal and will send that paper and ours fur tho price named to all our aubcrlbers who will renew and pav III ad Â¬ vance or to all new subscriber who will pay In advarce Sample copies Courier Journal sentfrte on application All subscriptions under this olfcr must be sent to the No 16 No 18 Lv Loulsvilla S3am 813am 2 4cpm Ar Cincinnati 643am 11 53am 663pm Ar Columbus 11 13am JSSPm 11 03pm Ar Pittsburg 8 93pm 7ssam Ar Washington 6 50 am 11 aoam A r Baltimore 1 2opm 7 30am Ar Philadelphia 10 13am 340 pm Ar New York Isjonn SSSpm Ar Boston 300pm 903pm Nraln No 16 has elegant Pullman Bullet Parlor Car to Cincinnati and Drawing room bleep r and uiiianK mi wincmuaii 10 wasnington Haiti Philadelphia and New York without chanre Train No IS has elegant Pullman Parlor Car to Cincinnati and Pullman Drawing room and dlnlog cats Cincinnati to New York without change 1 rain No so has sluepers to Cincinnati open at 9 oclock to receive passengers Louis and the West No o W HAILWAY Clnclnaatl and the I BRECKENRIDGE NEWS St Louis Springfield and the Weit nam Ar Springfield 8 40pm a ttaat North Vernon accomodation leaves at 7 Ij a in Charlestown accommodation leaves at j jo p m cicepc Sunday Trains Nos 16 so and 44 tuveclcgaatdaycoachei Pullman parlor and sleeping cars to St Louis TRAINS AIiniVK 7 Scientific Jlmcricntt J If Hunsche The TAILOR Will be in Clover- Â¬ port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month with Ar bt Louis Lv Louisville No to 1 No 8 16 la jobs 33am 640pm ijiia No 8 sopm 44 On Minute Cough Cure Tfeftt It what It wm tautto for cutm SCRIPTION TO THE NEWS EXPIRE Casper May Co IND 7 J5 sum la 15 noon 640 nm i 13 am j so a nv From Wes- t- ac a m is ij p m 6 40 p m City Ticket office coutheasl comer Fourth and Depot Seventh and river Main streets For detail Information regarding rates time oa connecting lines sleeping parlor dining cars etc address HS HKOWN District Pass A Ticket Agent B ft O S W Mv 4th and Main LoulivBU Ky or J H CHK3SBROUQH General Iaasenger Agent Clnclnaak Ok I e From East is U OANNKLTON WAKFKL AultUnt oli o J Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY NOV 30 1898 BRANDENBURG Miss Mamie Sheenno will remain or a Bhort visit The bouse waa jammed and reserved seats were in demand The young ladiea were all prettily dressed at the reception We all enjoy and appreciate a friend ol distinct pronounced opinions Twenty millions for the Fbllllplnes will do Well not grumble at It Mrs O II Canpenter was handsomely attired diamond pins and earrings Our Normalitea are Btandlng in Fames Bhadow since last Thursday Most every family had informal Thanksgiving dinner and family re Â¬ unions Miss Rosamond Moorman of Clover port is visiting Mrs George Dowdens family Misa Lula Bland and Henry Cowley had a pleasant trip to Woodland last week G II Casperke was best man at the reception and was useful as well ar orna Â¬ mental Dr Burch came up Thankfgving and his family returned with hlin to spend a few days Mrs Geo Frymire spent several days last week with ber mother Mrs J T Woolfolk llenry Nevltt Will Smith Fritz Sheenne and Mr Sheenne have returned to Louisville Mr and Mrs James Lewis entertained Mr and Mrs Armstrong to dinner Thanksgiving Judge 0 C Falrleluh and wife aro In Jeffersonville to see her daughter Mrs John Rail ley Nimrod8 were out in profusion on Thanksgiving Jeff Ditto enjoyed quail for several meals And now we will talk of holiday roods and busydeft lingers will begin to make presents for loved ones Tennie Hamilton made a famous deed Ten is girl when it came to Tirginia live girl an Orla and Crozier Mclntlre can sing well Thoy have natural talent and they are respectful nice boys Let us attribute much in this world to ignorance God says such shall be judg ed accordingly which sufficeth The presidents message will be the loDgest in years I am so glad there is no law compelling one to read It Misses Lula Woolfolk Minnie Blacd and Mabel Hardin were graceful as sylphs in Faith Hope and Cbarty Percy youDg came down from Louis- Â¬ ville and ate Thanksgiving dinner with his mother at Mrs Blanche Fontaines Miss Mabel Shacklett was the guest of Miss Minnie Hiatal on Thanksgiving and to take a part in the musical program The posing in the Death of Virginia by the young ladies was worthy to be classed with Pygmalion and Galelia Many human natures are treacherous and are therefore envious of anothers success Most of us have felt the scourge Come to Brandenburg Normal if you Nothing wish superior advantages Give us a trial succeeds like success A girl or boy with a gentle respectful obliging manner wins all to him or her See the other kind and note the difler ence Dr J M Hardin will be at Irvlngton as UBual this week on Wednesday and Thursday Dont fall to let him examine your teeth Miss Jimmie Lee Woolfolk was in town last week the guest of friends and to take part in the Thanksgiving exercises She is a handsome girl Dr Hardins dental parlors will soon be ready for him He will have the very latest improvements pertaining to dentistry I will tell you about it Dr Eaton of Louisville will deliver a lecture at the Baptist church here on He is well known December 10th throughout the State as an eloquent orator Mrs J Allen Armstrong wore a beautiful pink silk dress with white chiffon over it to the reception Her neck and shoulders are as exquisite as a Cleopatra Brother G B Overton preached last Sunday night at the Methodist church He always delivers a snug comforting sermon and one that makes us take up life anew Fannie Idsey Phillips Georgia Helm stetter and Ethel King were pretty as Win pictures in Kiss in the Dark Bollng and Frank Swan were dandles in the same play My class and I vote Miss Agues Malln a big vote of thanks for her sweet unself ish kindness in assisting us at the musi- Â¬ cal She was heartily encored when she and Misa Minnie Bland played Mias Mary Lewis sang at the Teachers Association which was held at Irvlngton last Saturday She has a true clear voice and a good repertorle as we know her musical number was a winning one Dr J D Burch of Payneaville has sold his property to Dr R W Burch of Hardinaburg Dr J D Burch has not decided where he will locate His wife and children are here for school advan tages My pupils Lena Nevitt Mabel Hardin and Minnie Bland played their accom paniments with much expression and composure To begin with pupils early have talent for performing is the idea Confidence Oar Thanksgiving entertainment was a pronounced success The house waa There waa not the slightest packed wlsUke and most persons think it Is the bsst program the Normal has ever car The procoeds thirty dollars Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ will go to the library The night waa an ideal one which inspired many to attend from a distance The program was a little long but It waa unavoidable on account of so many pupils The audi- Â¬ ence evinced very little restlessness the order was excellent Brother Phillip Jenkins haa accepted a call to Louisville and will therefore re sign his pulpit here Oh I am so sorry I do like Brother Jenkins and I enjoy hearing him preach The Rev Mr ShulU has been called to this church lie is an excellent man He married Miss Mattle Willett of Buck Grove and has been identified with the people He oreached for us last Sunday on secret prayer a good practical sermon Broth er Shullz hasnt accepted the call yet Miss Daisy Mclntire has a largo class in music and each did well in quartets and choruses Crozior Mclntire about twelve has a wonderfully line true voice Orla sings well too they are all musical I regretted that Daisy and Agues could not play but the program was so long we hadnt time I furnish ed my new Kurlzmann cheerfully for the sake of making a success and then all the Normal teachers have been exceed- Â¬ ingly courteous to me I did as I would be done by In the paving of streets by asphalt a problem of health and comfort is solved An ancient Rome taught that good roads and streets were indispensable The city fathers of our metropolis have final ly realized the lesson taught so long ago by tho mistress of the world clean noise Â¬ asphalt thorough fares less When cyclomanla struck New York it caused a transformation and if tho wheel Is only a fad it is a chronic one and is contagious as well Louisville has contracted the malady so she needs asphalted avenues like other ostentatious cities Miss Mary Rebecca 0 wings and Mr J R Smith of Wolf Creek will be mar Â¬ ried tomorrow Thursday at the Louis- Â¬ ville Hotel Rev C Y Smith officiating Ceremony will occur at 330 i t At- Â¬ tendants Miss Sue Owings sister of the bride elect and her uncle R T Owings The couple will return that night to their home near Wolf Creek I was over to my friend Mrs Blanche Fontaines who has the trousseau and whose fame has gone forth for artistic outfits to see the dresses The bridal gown 1b silver gray broadcloth lined throughout with cerise tafleta front shirred chiffon over American Beauty silk circular ruflls on skirt with a quan Â¬ tity of black volvet ribbon Steel buck les are studded effectively on the waist with close sleeves Another reception dress is of the newest bhade of blue diagonal cloth tucked cream satin yoke covered with handsome black passementries caught on the shoulders with gold buck les yoke beautifully edged Miss Sues dress army blue empress cloth trimmed in black and cream satin and Rhinestone buckles making the handsomest outfit I have seen in a long time Wraps gloves May health hats are all in unison wealth and happiness ever be their por- Â¬ tion The reception last Saturday night given by Mr and Mrs R II Nevilt in honor of their son Chas M Nevltts twenty first birthday was one of the most brilliant functions of tho social sea son About sixty guests were present Misses Jinimlo Lee Woolfolk Fannie Pusey Phillips and P II Nevltt assisted Mlbs Lena Nevitt in receiving The handsome parlor was aglow with flash Â¬ ing lights beautiful toilette charming girls and attractive beaux 0 M Nevitt in full evening dress received his cordial congratulations with dignity and com posure a handsome type of a young kentuckian He received many tokens of esteem When the march sounded for entree to the dining room a vision of loveliness gretted us in the artistic decor- Â¬ ations mistletoe and chrysanthemums The table waa covered with a beautitul cloth of while linen with embroidered center pieces in pink popples on which was a frosted cake ornamented Souve- Â¬ nirs of Japanese handkerchiefs The tuenu was varied and delicious seryed in courses with finely flavored old wine Mrs J M Phillips Mrs I S Richard eon assisted Mr and Mrs Nevitt in serv ing Music waltzing and conversation beguiled the happy hours which lied all too soon Mr and Mrs Nevitt are un Â¬ assuming and unostentatious in their home and in their manner of dispensing hospitality which makes it good to be within their walls May they live long and enjoy seeing each child reach his or her majority and may the full fledged voter ever be as bright as happy and as popular as on this delightful occasion Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ friends and relatives in this vicinity sev Â¬ eral days If you have not heard Bro Bigham preach hear him he has something to say Miss Elizabeth Hall attended tho Teachers Association at Irvlngton Sat Â¬ urday Ether Hall John Hall and Smith English spent a few days hero last week hunting Born to the wifo of D II Haynes Nov 10 a nine pound boy Teddy Roosovlllt Fred Moorman and Hal Drano mado their regular weekly visits to liardlns burg last Sunday Mrs Clint Crutcher returned home Monday and was accompauied by her sister Miss Emma Kurlz Bros Roberta and Miller each assisted in the recent meeting hero and did some very satisfactory preaching Thos Basham is smiling in conse- Â¬ quence of the arrival of a eleven pound girl at his house the 10th Inst Romember the sale at Hendersons near Irvlngton next Monday Dec G Stock and farm Implements etc Dont fail to be there Mrs Ralph Knott an elderly lady liv- Â¬ ing near here had the misfortune Thanksgiving day to fall and break a leg Dr Parks was called to treat tho fracture Church people everywhere need to gat together quit talking about each other discountenance all compromises with sin and work in union to down the common enemy Robt the little 4 year old son of Doc Norton died the 10th Inst after a linger- Â¬ ing illness extending through months The family have the sympathy of the community We would assure tho Bewleyville cor- Â¬ respondent that our association with the ladies is not likely to cause any one to do any guessing though we have no con Bcieutlousscruplesagainst a state of affairs that might produce such a result Misses Ada Henderson Annie Clay comb and Gola Orendorf three of our most charming girls went to Loulsvile last week with Dick Claycomb as escort on a shopping expedition of several days duration and once more we are all set to guessing and guessing A cough is not like a fever It does not have to run a certain course Cure it quickly and Effectually with One Min Â¬ ute Cough Cure the best remedy for all We ages and for the most severe cases recommend it because its good Short HI Which Shows What We Can Do With Them GROCERIES Hero aro somo Rock Bottom Frices on Groceries which show what wo can do with HE 100 barrel CoiTeo IIIKX BOTTOM MS 1J CAPES JACKETS them Salt Lion and Levering Roast CLOAKS 10c package A No 1 Green Cofibo 17 lbs Granulated Sugar 20Jbs Brown Sugar Tho best Coal Oil 175 Head Light Coal Oil 160 7 lb Rolled Oats Sorghum Molasses QUEENSWARE GLASSWARE 10c lb 100 100 15c gal 10c gal 25c 20c gal Wo have a very largo stock in this line and can givo you somo very low prices It will pay you to see our stock beforo buying else Â¬ where STOVES AND TINWARE A nice lino of theso from a four holo stop stovo to a Franklin Heator and Air Tight Stoves the fuel savers of them all and at prices which will astonish you Tinwnro too cheap to talk about FRESH LOT MILLINERY JUST RECEIVED Do not forget we are headquartsrs for TTIEBIIXTTrZEeiE high and low priced Capes trimmed with braid and buttons 150 worth 250 Double Capes braid trimmed 2 worth 3 Doublo Capes braid and fur trimmed 250 worth 325 Extra Long and Wide Doublo Capes braid and fur trimmed Kersey cloth 325 worth 400 Doublo Capo braid jet and fur trimmed satin faced Korsoy cloth 350 worth 450 Extra Long Cane Binglo Beaver cloth deeply trimmed with braid and jot 5 worth 7 Extra Wide 31 inch length Doublo Cape of tailor finish Beavor Cloth 5 worth 7 Extra Largo Bouclo Cloth Capes Persian Limb finish 550 worth 750 A sweeping reduction in all of our Silk and Satin Lined Capes in Novelties and English Plush One lot of Jackets to close This lino con- Â¬ sists of Novelties in Light and Dark Weaves Half Silk Lined and Staple Dark Colors Thoy aro worth 4 00 500 and 600 but to close wo mako you a special price of 125 Ono lot Short Jackets tailor finish 275 One lot box front tailor finish velvet col- Â¬ lar Kersey cloth Jackets 350 worth any Â¬ where 500 All our length Covert Novelties and Light Cloth Cloaks worth 700 800 and 900 no two aliko choice of any in lot 500 All our 24 length Kersey and Melton Cloth dark colors and black extra large sizes tailor finish first class material 000 and 700 worth 1000 Ono lot no two alike handsomo silk and satino lined handsomely braided edged with --- genuine pcrsian lamb and martino furs Theso aro tho 10 12 14 goods All go in this salo at 8 each Romember wo aro overstocked and must close theso jackets out regardless of cost Thoy aro superb goods and worth doublo tho money wo ask for them ovory garment a bar Â¬ gain and you miss a chanco of a lifo timo if you miss getting ono Unparalelled bargains in Goods and Notions Dry Hoosior cotton a yard by tho bolt All calicoes go at 8 and 4c Good canton flannel at 6 and 74c yard Outing cloth 5 7 8 1 3 9 and 12o yard Turkey red table damask 25c yard A full line of percales duck suitings and flan neletts A No 1 cotton batting 7c pound worth 10c Our best in dress goods doesnt call for a fancy pricobut our dress goods aro tho best just tho same We dont tell any fairy tales or high sounding names with our dress goods We offer you honest goods full of hard days wear Just as pretty and just as stylish as goods that cost tjvico as much Thoy aro chosen just as carefully as tho wealthiest wo Â¬ mans Paris gowns and tho ptices aro ex- Â¬ tremely low and we aro satisfied wo can plcaee you 3c CHILDRENS CLOTHING to A full lino of Boys 2 piece suits from 500 100 143 Boys kneo pants from 25c up Wo havo a nice lino of theso goods and it will pay you to see it before you buy else Â¬ where as our prices aro at least 30 por cent less than their actual valuo for both men and boys SHOES I Dont go by us for shoes wo know wo can please you in both style and price as our stock comprises 2000 or over pair to select from From tho lowest to tho highest price From tho daintest to the heaviest boots Haynes HARDINSBURG Miss Katie Eskridge spent a few days in Louisville lust week shopping Dr Milner of Union Star called here last Sunday to see Mrs Guthrie Remember Our Motto Quick gales and Small Profltjf Rev J W Bigham preached an able sermon on last Thanksgiving day Missionary Society The Womans meets next Friday with Mrs Sallie Board Henry Harned has moved his family into Mr Lennins property on Main street Godfred Haswell went to Louisville las Friday to purchase a stock of Christ Â¬ mas goods Mrs Rhoda E Wright has been ap- Â¬ pointed administrator of her husband James AVrights estate Mrs L A Foot of Bewleyville has been here several das visiting her daughter Mrs V G Babbage Misses Lizzie and Elleu Munford of Irvlngton were here a fovv days last week the guests of Miss Lillio Scott R T Popham has beon granted a tav- Â¬ ern license to run a tavern at Webster with the privilege of Belling whisky Bud Hook haa moved his family to tho Falls of Rough Mr Hook has a job there to run Col Greens ilouring mill We are sorry to learn of the Illness of Dr 1 W Foote He is wide awake ac tiye man and a valuable citizen to his community Dick May is getting to be an old man but he loves a bird dog and the field sport He haa a young dog that he val Â¬ ues very highly Mrs Charles Miller who went to Cal- Â¬ ifornia some weeks ago to Bpend the We want your PRODUCE BUTTER EGGS CHICKENS TURKEYS and DRESSED HOGS and always pay you tho HIGHEST CASH PRICE for same ADDISON DICK tdidisoilt -- vil K Einsrar-urczEZ-sr writes back good since she arrived there and she would prefer to get back home winter with her daughter that her health has not been S A Pate LL J Hall Charles Drury and James Haynes have been appointed supervisors of the tax Hat for 1899 The will of Elisha Simmons was ad mited to probate in the County Court last week L O Simmons is named as the executor Wagoner W Remember the sale at Hendersons near Irvlngton next Monday Dec 5 Stock and farm implements etc Dont fail to be there Dr Bulls Cough Syrup is a remark- A dry tickling hacking cough the warning that coniuirptlon lurlts near needs no other doctor but Dr Ilulli Cough Sjrup It poii lively curei throat and lung trouble ble medicine WEBSTER Winter came early Ginges Bandy haa typhoid fever Bro Bigham is a great fisherman Our meeting closed last Friday night Considerable sickness in this commun- ity This vicinity haa an over plus of bach- Â¬ elors Will Board and wife of Ekron ate vis Â¬ iting at T G Jordans Jno Lyddan still has watermelons though but few know it Miss Myra Hanks spent Thanksgiving at her home at Union Star L II Adklsson baa bought tho Col Norton farm near Lodiburg Misa Janio Hendry went to Louisville last wook to visit frlenda and relatives Jas Watson of Hardin county visited his sister Mrs Mike Lyddan last week Glint Crutcher and wife came home to spend Thanksgiving at Mamma Kurtzs J R May and wife visited in Cloven port last week spending Thanksgiving there II 0 Truman of Fordavllle was here during our protracted meeting visiting Â¬ kw J ut iljet ----r Wm Carman has been appointed mag Â¬ istrate in the Hudsonville district in the place of Franklin Arms who resigned sometime since Send me 40c sllyor and your picture any kind and I will make you two Discovered By a Woman photo buttons from it A W Vickers Hawesville Ky Another great discovery has been Mrs Fielding Guthrie has been ill for made and that too by a lady in this Disease fastened his clutches some weeks and her condition is not im country upon ber and for seven years she with- Â¬ stood its severest test but her vital or Â¬ and death gans were undermined For three months seemed imminent she couched incessantly and could not sleep She finally discovered a way to recovery by purchasing of us a bottle of Dr Kings New Discovery for consump- Â¬ tion and was so much relieved on tak Â¬ I was shot Some ing that Not How Ob- Â¬ receivingyears agoI considered in the aleft leg and ilretdoso bottlesshe slept all night Â¬ only slight what has been absolutewith two developed or Other woundme It great and Into a runulng sore ly cured Her name is Mrs Luther Luts gave deal a Remedies Have Failed of pain and Inconven Co of Thus writes W O Hamnick 1 was treated ience Shelby N 0 Trial bottles free at Short by many doctor and took a number of blood Haynes Drug Store Regular size 60c did but Obstinate sores and ulcers which remedies good none did me and and 1 Every bottle guaranteed reftirio to heal under ordinary treat- Â¬ not any to check the seem ment soon becoino chronio and deep firogress of the sore I Swifts Spa sen ted and lead to conditions most highly GLENDEANE serious They are caused in different clllo S S H for the recommended ways hut in every case the hlood is tilimd and concluded to a involved and no amount of local treat- Â¬ give It wastrial and the V Mrs Rod Mattingly is sick result ment can have any effect The poison nig B B very gratin WmKA WM B seemeu must bo eliminated from tho blood get rl ehtatthe trouble Much hog killing last week Pi jjsii yw w and forced the poison beforo a euro can he had No preaching in town Sunday night out of my blood soon afterwards the sore healed up and was cured THROWN FROM A HORSE Mrs Dick Owen goes to Louisville to- Â¬ sound and well I am sure 8 8 S Is by far 11 Kuhn of Marlon Kami wrlteit the best blood remedy made Mr day Monday AUut three year auu my KntnddauKliterBer tliu Uh It wood n thrown from a home re It matters not how they aro acquired Somo skating and more breaking reiving wound of the scalp Though under or what treatment has failed S S 8 the t rratmrnt of phjrslcUn for several months will euro tho most obstinate deep through Sunday morning the wound remained about the same until It seated sore or ulcer It is useless to Julian Brown is putting up a wood Jnally became very angry looking and broke out into a running expect local treatment of salves lo- Â¬ sore Tbla soon spread tions etc to effect a cure because and coal house on ono of his lots to other parts of the scalp and ran down the thoy can not reach tho real cause of tho Sherman Livingston lately returned side of tho necklncreas trouble which is the blood S S 8 lngln severity and fear- drives out every trace of impurity in from Oklahoma starts this week for fully disfiguring her tho blood and in this way cures per- Â¬ Arkansas Bhewas then placed under the care of the fac manently tho worst cases I it the Ernest McDonald was on the sick list ulty of a well known only blood remedy guaranteed the from Thanksgiving till Sunday Hes op rHhospltal but even lrwl fCa CrftSfSr UUH fthere faileduh arrest the rtmli to and going now terrible sore Headln Rev Hamilton a Seminary student of the many cures of and contains not a particle of potash blood troubles efTVoted S B br B S 8 we decldtd to mercury or othwr mineral 8 Scrof- Â¬ filled Bro Rutledges appointtnept at try It and It relieved ber promptly In a few cures ContaglonsIUood Poison Goshen Sunday months she was entirely cured and scarcely ula Cancer GUna Eczema Rheu- Â¬ a mark now remains where the disease held matism Misa Amanda Deane Miss Irene Board Bolls or any Sores Ulfjffa full sway other blood trouWa Valuable books and Mrs Settle Moorman and children on these diseases will be mailed free dliwd at D O Moormans TbaAksgivUg A GUNSHOT WOUND Capt J H UeBrsyer the well known dl to any address by the Swift Spwiia MIm JmwU GrM Mtas Mwgare VVMMMUjr ttllor of Lawrenoeburg Ky says i AHHM VI proved She is one of tho oldest resi Â¬ dents of Hardinsburg being now in her sixty eight year The will of Mrs J Ann Drurr was admitted to probate in tho County Court last week Her daughter Mies B Ada Drury is named as the executor The will of John Rhodes deceased was admitted to probate in the county court last week Lonnie Rhodes and J F McGary are named as the executors returned from Owon Cunningham Louisville last Saturday night very much improved He stood the treatment on his throat remarkable well and he feels now that the relief is permanent Clarence Board who waa sick bo long at Irvlngton with typhoid fever says he thinks he would have died had he not had the attention of a skillfull nurse His Bister Misa Marv Board is just now recovering from a long Beige of typhoid Griswold and Dr Harris came up from Falls of Rough to attend church Sunday They took dinner at Mr Charley Rob Â¬ ertsons Remember the sale at Hendersons near Irvlngton next Monday Dec 6 Stock and farm implements etc Dont fail to bo there Going to quit reporting it when a young man drives into the neighborhood every week so hereafter dont expect to see that our good friend Cyrus Miller of Hardinsburg called on a certain fair Glendeane young lady Tom Tinnell was hauling saw logs last week when a mule fell with him He untangled got up felt himself and pro- Â¬ nounced himself sound and unhurt Next day ho found he had knocked out one of his teeth Could our dentst friends extract teeth so easily that we would not discover it till next day wed crown them with laurels Perhaps the mule will yet be noted for its tender ness 8CHOOL HONOR BOLL 15 or 20 Good Miners Can Find Steady Employment AT i Deanefield GUY M DEANE S S S Cures It Matters Sores and Ulcers What Â¬ stinate Heading the list are Emma D Moor- Â¬ man and Daisy Deane with the extraor Â¬ dinary record of 100 each Almost as good are May Dempster Sallie Robertson and Alma Mattingly who each have 99 8 uo owing names complete tne roil n tue order of their Btandlng Flora iilford Hallle Moorman Ernest Mc- Â¬ Donald Arrie Robertson Walter Moor- Â¬ man Ollie Hoskins John Fisher Emma Lou Moorman Glen Fisher Jesse Rhodes Owen Hunter Glen Moorman Lonnie Smith NOTICE To Persons Emigrating to Distant Points wkMk wmim An elegant new book case and twenty in this country dollars worth of new library books will complete lino of ative this week Owing to pressure of work there will Dont go to Louisvillo to buy your be no more literarlea till awhllo after the Through Tickets when I can sell holidays you as cheap as any Coupon Office I havo a full and that our patrons and specially our trustees are the most liberal men to be found it Is eminently fitting that we do the very best of work Now THROUGH TICKETS To All Point In 1 CTfc Â¬ Â¬ WS9k V10 of Purely Vegetable annoyance upon your part Write me when you want Overcome evil wtth good Overcoats information as to tickets etc your coughs and colds with One Miauts for it Belays Are Dangerous Many of your frlonds or people whom you know of have contracted consump Â¬ And by buying your tickots of mo tion pneumonia or other fatal disease by you can got your neglect of a simple cold or cough Fo-Â¬ leys Honey and Tar a safe sura and Baggage Checked Through pleasant cough inedicine would have Prom Irvington to Destina Â¬ atved them It is guaranteed A R tion Fisher Gloverport R A Shellman Stephensport Gordon Haynes Pates Without any further trouble and villa j E A Witt Hardinsburg 17 United States Canada or Mexico Cough Cure It is so good children erv It euros crc Hp tofoaehitk pass- - OHAS F REDMAN j v dtuMW Brrv abort k Hays narvwv m lug AMtlHSiURy IRVINGTON KENTUCKY i O - - IdMUSr PWimii TTnS fl MSV rtfflfc ts VA rii ini EEffiffi 1 i Tj a 153 4iYiJbiaimu t 4WS tTBfateariBjMMflaTBTBTBTBM-aTB-BTBTBBTBTBT-