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IHHHJHHIfflS6BJiAiiUUiikliJIIWIkflA jiRfHSIfcHuVMMJMnMUJjHMnlMHMflHHHBM W W WW tHf MtP ilW HI WWII I III ilh IIIIIIIWTTiiiiMliiTillirilllflfiillTlii ilini m limiiMBhalilillitTi ill Mi siMiiiiTtfirt TTHW f wif iiiihiiHh I f urn nw yrwt i su kiMhi V w I - - - tt jrJI -- osooiTI liK YV -- - m-wl- - BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THEX NEWS THATS KIT TO PRINT NO 24 BRISK TRADE VOL XXIII VERY SUCCESSFUL CLOVERPOKT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 28 1898 Breckenrldge Boy ILL SHOOT SAID HE The First Man Who Interferes With This Scrap Dukes tins an Old Time Slugging Match With Trimmings Becomes a Successful PLUGGED Christies Educator Prof J M Pyle of Wayne Neb is visiting his mother in tlio liurai neiith borhood Mr Pyle is tin liotiur to hi nntlvo county When he went to Wayne a tew J ears since Iip had but little mom y and the citizens of Wayne orettrd suit ablo tolligi buildings for his norniM school Tney proposed to give him llm buildings and grounds if ho seemed 100 boarding pupils for the feliool llo did so aud now tho property belongs to lilin The Wayne Normal School nw has 350 pupils and is now one of the most pros- Â¬ perous educational Institutions in tliu west HIS MAN City Marshal Shoots a Bad Man From Forks of Rough Saw Mill Hand Tries to Take the Old Town of Clover Business Eclipses Records All Former FARMERS INSTITUTE Big Dukes just over the line in Hancock county la not a very big town but its a hot burg for its siza Saturday night which was dnriBtiims evo is one that will be long remembered thtro top on that night occurred a fight that was a vivid reminder of the slugging matches bo numerous In tnis section n half cen- Â¬ tury ago Eldred Powers and Davo Isom two powerfully built young men who aru ns gamy as they can be had someIlttle difference in opinion as to the gutdily of whiskey they had been drinking Both were egotistic enough to think they were the beet judges of liquor in Kentucky and as there was no way to settle tho dilliculty outside the arbitra- Â¬ ment of arms they shed their coats and went after each other in a way that would have warmed the cockles of tho hearts of our ancient and respected an cestors They used their fists their knives and teeth and all other weapons they had access to Some say that the fight lasted five minutes others say it was of two hours duration but the most credible witnesses Bay it all happened in a space of thirty minutes It is certain that the tight would lnuo been much mure brief had the peace- Â¬ makers in the crowd been allowed to in terfere but it is alleged that a young man named Luster arrogated to himself the duties of master of ceremonies and pulling out his pistol he jelled Ill shoot the first man who interferes with this scrap Lusters proclamation carried more respect with it than a manifesto from Agu nado and no one interfered The combatants ceased from pure exhaustion and loss of blood The following is a list of casualities Sir Powers of Dukes Ky two stab wounds inflicted with a knife Mr Powers of Dukes Ky fingers bully bitten by teeili of his opponent Air Isom of Dukes Ky badly dis Â¬ figured about tho face and eyes by the fists f his antagonist Peace has settled oer Dukes aud once more the sun shines bright over our old Kentucky home Â¬ Â¬ Succeeded he Devil Get a Move on Himself In Making OFFICER KILLED By a Tough Charactered Hart ford Sam Cascbler Palls Deadly Knife of Chas n Victim to the King Hartford the county seat of Ohio was thrown into nu intense degieo of excite ment baturday tfternoou by the murder of Town Marshal Sam Casebier aud the wounding pf G B Likensr by Chas Kirg Ou who lives TELEPHONE TALK Ohio County Companies Have Consol Idated The Ohio County Telephone company has strung its wire from Fordsvllle to Sulphur Springs and is pushing right on to Hartford aud Beaver Dam and by January 15 will have its lino up to the two latter named places and the instruments put In Fordsville will then have two lines into the county seat which will ensure cheap toll rates as the local company will begin business over tbelr line at a fifteen cent rate while the rate of the Cumberland company is twenty five cents The Ohio County Telephone company and the Fordsvllle Telephone company have consolidated and have decided to build a line from Fordsvllle to Owens boro direct by way of Whiteaville Deane field and Pbilpot connecting with the Harrison exchange at Owensboro It will be a metallic circuit lino and one of great importance toOwensboro asit will carry the business of twenty Aye toll stations A local exchange will be established at Fordsvllle with J D Cooper asmapagir tho matnrialnow being on the ground for the work Â¬ in the country a lew miles from tovvm went to Hartford it is said for the avow- Â¬ ed purpose of killing Casebier and Li Â¬ kens At 2M0 in the afternoon Marshal Casebier attempted to arrest a man named Wright who was drunk aud disorderly King interfered at the same time drawing a larpe dirk knife The oflk er then told King to consider him sell under atlest and made an ellort to catch King by the arm hut inisaed his arm uiut caught him by the shoulder King began to pluug the dirk in Case biers breawt and three times be thrnst the blade into the victims body Befpre falling Caaebler drew his revolver and fired two shots at King but both went wide of the mark aimedat G B Li Â¬ kens ran to Caeebiers assistance and received a cut on the thigh about six in Â¬ ches long and clear to the bone Case bier lived onlynn hbur Citizens arrested King and put him in Jail Excite Â¬ ment ran high ahd it was clear to be seen that as BOouvaadark camu on a mob would take King out of the fail and lynch him lso the sheriff and jailer of Ohio county took him nnd went to Bea ver Dam where they took a train for was ho turned Louisville aud over to the jailer ofJeflersou county for safe keeping Casebier was about thirty years of age and was a popular and highly resptcted citizen King is a tough and if reports from Hartford are trne Ohio county will certainly ihsve another hanging legal br otherwise and he chiefactor of the occasion will be Charles King the murderer of Sam Casebier During the excitement incident to he killing of Casebier Wright escaped but a posse was organized to go idto pursuit as it believed that Wright treated the trouble as an accomplice ot King Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ hTndcrushed ABrakeman Meets With a Painful v L Accident Joe Downard a ell known bakemau who lives at West oiut met with a pain- Â¬ ful accident in hla cHy Saturday after- Â¬ noon While making a coupling his hand was caught between the draw heads andMrvns crushTjtlItnTr essary to amputate the member Thinks it Appropriate Dr A A Simons prides himself on Ida keen appreciation of the fitness of thfngj III 11 t1M uvu Volt lu annAKrltl menu T to o ijiiiUj growing younger as the years roll by The doctor thinking tliatJolm lias dis- Â¬ covered the fountahj of youth and has used its witters so freely as to hasten the coming ofhjsseiwnifcbjldhpojl iien a rauiu uui us u vjimsiuma present iiuiik iug it the fittest gift he could make under the circumstances 1 l- A Wise Bird A magnificent specimen of horned owl was shipped by the Vest Bros Monday to Evanston III where it will be used as a New Years attraction in the show windows of Wilkerson Bros storo The owl which is a wise Iqoklng bird will doubtless wonder over the fate that com- Â¬ pels it to hoot mouri fully in Chicago far away from the hills and hollows of old Kentucky A - LITTLE SUFFERER - Face Hands and Arms Covered With 8crofulous Humors How a Cura Was Effected When five years old my little boy had scrofula on hla face bands and arras It was worst on his chin although tho sores on bis cheeks and hands were vory bad It appeared in the form of red pimples which would fester bnak ojien aud ran and then scab over After Unappealing they would break out again They caused lntenso Itching and the little sufferer had hjm to be watched contluuslly-to-koefrom scratching the jhonaVbjpixaino My greatly alarmed at his condition wifes mother had had scrofula undtho only niedlolne wbfyla JuJ7jJr4 hliiyra Wo decided to give Hoods Barsaparllla it to our boy and wo noted an improve Â¬ ment in his caw very soonUAfter giving him four bottlos of Hoods Barsaparllla the humor bad all been driven out of his slueatmedJ blood n4 William Babtz 10 Bouth WjUIams St South Bend Indians You can boy Hoods BflrsaptrilW et all druggists Be suro to get only Hoods p Corfwratloirtolth a Soul The Henderson Kotte Is one of the whitest corpQrationain the country It Is good to its employes It know that Grippe Is Epidemic La Grippe Is epidemic In this city It the boya wanted Christmas money and Katy with Paymaster is as much prevalent here aajt is In large it sent tho cities Quite a number of people are Bush and Mr LnmpkinovethAltnes in The road played sullerlng with it Among those that are advance of pay day confined to their homes are J D Bab Santa Claus It is theso acts of kindness bage of tho Nictva Mrs Ed Kluam aud and thongbtfulnees that convinces the St L road is a child and Mm Charles Babbage and people that the L H corporation with a bouI child All are now recovering i ii FOR KIDNEY TROUBLE there is nothing better than Foleys Kidney Cure everyone who tries it will agree to this A It Flslier Cloverport j E Ar It A Shellman Stephensport Witt Hardiubufg it kCJovorport Had a asteofthe w lid west about C HO oclock Friday evening A W Galloway a saw mill hand who has been at woik down tlm river deter mined to give tin old town a hot titno and was verv successful although thopld town repented his familiarity and gave him a dose of bis own medicine Galloway before he Btarted in on his seance filled liiusdf with mean whiskey He then went to Charles Lishens meat market and pulling out a handful of cartridges aud a pistol he said How would vou like a doso of these pills V Charlie who has been siclf and who has had some experience with physician did not like the cmtse of treatment pre- Â¬ scribed and detet mined that if the man insisted on administering the leaden pellets he had better ioreetall him by performing a surgical operation Acting on impulse the brave butcher siezid a carving knife and ran the would be bad in un out of the shop Galloway whooped nnd jelled as bad Indians do when they aru full of fire water and Price Graham tho city mar Â¬ shal decided he was indulging in too much levity for so dignified aud solemn a town as Cloverport He started alter Galloway and the latter got a Proctor Knott move on him sell aud lit out over the hill hitting the ground in high places Oljdti Morrison the printers devil in the News office happened to be just be hind the fleeing man and Clyde was hustling home to get supper early as lie had to attend to some social duties in Cowheel that evening The llaeing man thought Clyde was the marshal and he fired several shots at the boy Clyde got a move ou himself in the other directlou and literally burn- Â¬ ed the wind Its tho first time in the history of Cloverport where nny other agency than a big revival meeting had got the devil on the run Tho city marshal in tho meantime arrived on the scene nnd Galloway snap ped his pistol twice at Mr Graham The marshal who is patient and long sutler iiig did not dare to chauco the fellows third attempt and to savo his own life he shot at Galloway The ball hit Galloway on the side of the skull but as the latter was as hard as sheet iron it plowed along outside the bpne and made an ugly cut to the ear The wound Is several inches long The shock of being hit by the bullet knocked the man down but he was up in n few minutes and it required the united efforts of tho marshal and a posse of four nien to escort the prisoner to the jail He seemed to be possessed of the spirit and strength of a demon no was guarded that night and on Sat Â¬ urday morning wns brought before Po- Â¬ lice Judge Skillman to be tried on a charge of carrying copcealecj weapons He begged a continuance as his physical condition was such that he could not Ills request was granted stand trial and the rase was cdntinuelT until 2 oclock Monday afternoon His bond was place at 250 in default of which he was placed in jail On Monday Judgo Skillman injustice to he prisoner who was mentally aud physically unfit for trial continued the case until Tuesday lie reduced the bond to 100 in order to give the prisoners friends a chance to bail him out and give him surgical and medical treatment aj their liouiea None appeard however and Galloway is still in Jail The prisoner seemed a very desperate man He is said to five near the Forks of Hough and his brother is safd to have killed a man j U T Y Joiner visited Galloway while lie vastVjAll afid miiiistered to his comfort as best he could Galloway told tho minister that hlr Was filled with remorse and that if he got out of this trouble he would bu ft better man in fu- Â¬ ture Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Holiday buslntes all over the county broke nil former records Tho people Hiiit money more freely than ever be firn Irvlngton Gleudeane and Hardlns burg were tilled with shoppers and the merchants especially those that adver- Â¬ tised did land office buslnctses in Cloverport ou Saturday the holi Â¬ day throng made our streets look like the thoroughfares of a great city The merchants all Bay that their Cnristmas business far exceeded the pre vioua year The crowds were such that the corps of clerks were scarcely large enough to serve them It would surprise John Vest said you to knw the change that has taken People who place in holiday buying are out to buy gifts are purchasing com Â¬ mon sense articles that are really useful and are appreciated It Is a healthy in- Â¬ dication people wero Fully 1500 on the streets of the city Saturday n Preparations Being Made For the Event Baking aV4i Powder R mMd Absolutely Pure oyi Bma powdh co Makes the food more delicious and wholesome in vornr The Program Is a Very Instructive and Entertaining One Kv VS Dec 20 189S Edi Â¬ InviNOTOv Ky tor BnKCKKNitiDOK News We farmers THE REGLAR ARMY MAN aint no gold laced Belvidcrc Ter npurklo in the sun Ho dont parade with gay cockade Nor posies in his gun He aint no pretty soljer boy so lovely spick and span He wears a coat of dusty tan The rcglar army man The marchin parchin pipe clay starchin Reglar army man As a soljer he 9 1 ITSNIP AND TUCK Between the Hustling Little Towns of Qlcndcanc and Irvington Trying to Hend Each Other Off Big Ear Contest In the Says the Glendeane correspondent to thoNKws Last week in a moment of exultation I attempted grandiloquence In describing what I thought was the capital corn ear of the county Proud little Irving ton justly proud too scattered my enthusiasm and flattened my hope This time I say nothing simply record Louis Ashleys words as he spoke them to me Saturday He says There is a great deal being said about big corn just now but Im telling a fact when I tell you that wo were shucking corn at Henry Overtons tho other day when one of the beys found an ear with 30 rows and fllty two grains to the row making 15U0 graius forty eight ahead of Senator Jollys Anybody can see the You tell them ear at Mr Overtons next week that I all the time feed big ger com to my cows than the Nkwb lias The crowd laughbeen talking about ed at the cow feeding part and Mr Ash ley didnt inslBt on their believing it but ho assures me that Mr Overton has that lfiCO graiued ear for any ones in- Â¬ spection Wonder if Irvington gather ed nny cherries Christmas ound any blue birds nests or has planted next years gardens yet Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ are looking with great interest to Jan II and 4 ISH As Breckenrldge county is to be one of the few counties In Kentucky to be honored with a State Far Â¬ mers Institute during WM This meet Â¬ ing will be all that tho name implies a farmers meeting and as some of the very best farmers in Kentucky live right here in Breckenrldge and Meade county we look for a very interesting meeting Hon Lucas Moore Commissioner of Agriculture will be here with eight or nine of the best speakers that our state We are going to try to give affords these gentlemen the best reception they Now will get in western Kentucky brother farmers the committee ou table arrangamenients aro preparing to have dinuer on hands Wednesday and stay all day So come out and bring your baskets well filled Farming is the best occupation a man ever engaged in tho earth is ours and tho fullness thereof Farmers come out it will be to your interest to attend this Institute as the object of us all is to learn how to contribute in every way we can to the reduction of the cost of pro- Â¬ duction of all kinds of farm products He will do us good and build up anew Farming our faith hope und courage does not consist altogether in hard work brutu Btrength nnd pinching economy You como out also Mr Editor and bring your knitting and stay two whole days Tho following is tho program for the association meeting Â¬ 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 in Sunday School Nor yet at social tea And on tho day he gets his pay Hes apt to spend it free He aint no temperance advocate He likes to rush can Hes kinder tough an maybe rough Tho rearin tearin sometimes swearin Ho aint at home Reglar army man No Statell call him noblo son lie aint no ladies pet But let a row start anyhow Theyll send for him jou bet Ho dont cut any ice at all in fashions social plan Ho gets the job to face a mob The reglar army man The millin drillin made for killin Reglar army man They aint no tears shed over him When ho goes oil to war He gets no speech nor prayerful preach From Mayor or Governor He packs his little knapsack up and trots off in the van To start the fight and tart it right The reglar army man Tho rattlin battlin Colt or Gntlin Reglar army man Ho makes no fuss about the job He dont talk big or brave He knows hes in the light to win Or help fill up a grave no luniiio mamma s uarnn uuine noes ine uest ne can An hes the chap that wins tho scrap Tho reglar army man The dandy handy cool and sandy Reglar army man I LECTUKKHS An able corps oflecturers wilt bu on hand who will discuss fubjects of interest to the farmers from a practical standpoint Among others will be the following Card of Thanks We were pleasantly surprised on last Thursday evening by a large party of friends coming in and taking charge of the parsonage and severely pounding us but nobody was hurt The evening was spent in a pleasaut social wav lunch was served by them and enjoyed by all Their baskets and Uncle Alexs deliv- Â¬ ery wagon which had been pressed into service wore all unloaded and filled our larder with good tluugs besides clothing and money after which was conducted religious services and the friends depart Â¬ ed leaving us in a good humor We highly appreciate their tokens of kindness May God richly reward them Also we return thanks to our friends at Holts chapel for a nice donation on Thanksgiylng day and wish them Gods benedictions T V Joinkb and Wifk ENTERTAINED In Irol M A Scovell Director of the Agricultur Â¬ al Kxeriment btation who will UlL ol the work oi the Station and what it is doing for the farmer Irof II Carman Entomologist of the Mition who will talk on Insect and Fundus Diteaies uf the Crops Irof Miller Professor of Geology Kentucky A and M College who will talk on Geology and its relation to Agriculture Irof C W Mathews Irof of Horticulture Ken tucky A and M College whose subject will be the Garden and Orchard V K Robinson of Missouri an extensive breeder and leederof swine who will talk on the Care the leeding and the Ureeding of the Swine C M Ilanna will talk of Tobacco Culture and how to increase profits V W Stevens of the Indiana State Hoard of Agriculture will talk of fertilization lor Wheat with Clover and Leguminous Ilants 1 W Wilson Dairy Kxpert National Depig Â¬ ment of Agriculture will lecture on Dairying A Koad Kxpert National Department of Agrl cullnre u ill talk on highway improvement or Good Roads1 M KJohnson President of Kentucky Horticult- Â¬ ural Society will lecture on The lleas ires the 1rolUl and the Possibilities of Iruit Growing In Kentucky A number of local speakers hebcin added to this list J 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 WHtTTKN a jAiAiAAAiKAAiiiMmmimAmAA 1- FOR TIIK NEWS U FkAVK MtLIIK Co G 2 U S lNtANTK - ARRANGEMENTS HADE Irvington Will Entertain Institute Attendants At a preliminary meeting held In Irv- Â¬ ington Dec 21th IKilS for the purposo of arranging plans for conducting the Farmers Institute to bo held here on January 3rd and 4th 18iKl Thoa J Jolly was elected chairman and 6 A Foote Sect On motion of John 1 Hen ry a committee composed of J Ii Wimp J TLewis and G A Bailey were apÂ¬ pointed to secure a house and make other arrangements necessary for the Â¬ comfort and convenience of the Insti Â¬ tute One motion Chairman T J Jolly appointed a reception committee com Â¬ posed of W J Piggott John L Henry and D 0 Heron On motion a committee of five were appointed on table arrangements composed of F H McGhee Itichard S Bandy Jim King Jesso L Herndon aud G A Foote The meeting also voted to ex Â¬ tend an invitation to tho ladies to attend the Institute and appointed J It Wimp and D 0 Herron a committee on mu It was also moved sical arrangements and seconded that a copy of these min utes be sent to the BitKCKKNmiiaB Nkhs and the Meade County Messenger for publication There being no further business before the house the meeting adjourned Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Large Congregation The Christmas eervicea at the varioua churches last Sunday were very largely attended The sermons were unusually Impressive The Catholic church was beautifully decorated and the singing at high mass was fine The congregation was one of the laigst In years For Lieutenant Governor Col J S U Wedding of Hartford Ohio county Is being urged by his friends to become a candidate for the Republican nomination for lieutenant governor Bean the Signature of Honor of Their Boy Brave Soldier cytfc t i8 w u tiavB Always Btugm Mr and Mrs W It Moorman of Glenw deano gave delightful entertainment Friday night in honor of their soldier boy Henry Moorman who has just returned from Porto Rico with the legion A large number of guests were presont and a splendid time was en Â¬ joyed Mars and Cupid WE ADD OUR THANKS To Our Many Wishes For v T Cards are out announcing the marriage of 1st Lieutenant Benjamin Franklin Hardaway ot the 17th infantry U S A to Miss Ethel Adklsson ot Columbus O Lieutenant Hardaway will in all proba bility be sent immediately to Manila as liis Teglment has had orders to prepare to move to that point Lieutenant Ilardaways parents live at Gustou Â¬ V H JVIernp Cbristmae AND A ljl Christmas Wedding ii ithsve Urlllietjr to tyke HOOd 8 FHIS eurtoojxrsto Sicenu curs Senseless Warren Bifjilett tf GMdearo bad a Mrs Horace It iff a most estimable Graham Keown ilrapulona escape from death la t week ijd lady died at 4 oclock Sunday at befj While he was felling a treealiinbetruck JetBe Graham of this city a brakeman tome at Mowequa III She was 84 veara of age and a sister of George H Gregory him ou the head with such fores as to on the Henderson Route and Miss Ada She was burled at the old family grave rencKtaunpdJiscloutf HuOnaslackly Keownj of Henderson were married to escape alive Saturday evening at Hondereon They yardat Tobinsport I n in il will make their home in that city ChrlstmaiGIfL Happy Children Chamberlains Colc Cholera and Di- Â¬ Mr and Mrs Charles Tlnlus received The children at all the Sunday schools glft Christinas arrhoea Remedy can always be depend Â¬ jrere happily remembered Sunday1 by tje rlcliesjt kru of elng given gifts ot candy fruits and morning It was a beautiful boy that ed upon and is pleasant and safe to take nuts Special exerciswhelpsd to make weighed ten pounds Mother lather Bold by A It Fisher Cloverport R A Shellman Stepheneport and son are the happiest folks alive the BeryioM unusually Interesting Death of Mrs Horace Roff i Knocked Crout Karman and Miss Iyynette Kasey of Kosetta were united in mar Â¬ riage last Sunday afternoon at 0 oclock Itev Charles Priest officiated The groom la a popular young man and the brldo is the attractive daughter of 0 W Kasey Congratulations Rappy TO ALL I cw Year Cl - I jjtj0tjjjj080kvkk THE FAIRt s l N Cloverport s Leading One Price House 3 sjvw THver -m y j Farm Notes American fertilizers woro shipped abroad last year to the value of 1400 000 compared with 125501V In 08 Timothy hay taking price into consideration 1b one of the most unprofitable rough feeds for fattening cattle Tho National debt has been decreased from 01 25 per capita 30 yoara ago or soon after the war to 13 03 lu 07 Sorghum sllago keeps well but owing to the woody stems which it usually con- Â¬ tains it is not relished by stock and is often found unprofitable Hogs fattened upon corn usually make pork superior to that produced by any other feeds Somo bujera discriminate against hogi fed upon soft feeds In a very few cases better prices are received for hogs gven muscle forming feeds Marl reduces loss of nitrogen In an ordinary uncovered manure heap the loss of nitrogen during eleven days in a German test was 37 per cent In a cover- Â¬ ed heap it was a little bit less The addition of 30 per cent of marl to the manure reduced the loss of nitrogen more than CO per cent Best production of fertilizer It baa been demonstrated in Georgia that the application of 408 pounds of good phos- Â¬ phate 34 of muriate of potash and 286 of cottonseed meal per acre gave better financial r suits than any other propor- Â¬ tions Drilling the fertilizer was more profitable than applying broadcast One way to kill quack grass is to plow the ground in the fall turning up the furrows as high as possible and let them lie in the rough until spring then har- Â¬ row and sow buckwheat When this is in bloom plow under and sow again and plow under the last thing in the season The following year the ground will be free from quack and ready for any crop desired to put on Â¬ K h 6 6 Henderson Eouteu LouiiTilh Henderson BLACK DIAMONDS Are very scarce but every Lump of t St Louis RV So A- - Time Card In Effect EmsI Spl 7 19 18 U Itunl Nu 4J No 4fNo J ll 46 Iy Si I Baskett Coal Is a Jewel ITS AN ECONOMICAL Happy and Krailtrton N llsvillu Owentboro louls tans Mr 0ft IS 2 41 Mi hi KM ilOii 2IV 4 00 4 60 6 10 in Hmiirienlurg ArrLcmlMlile West Hound llaoetville t loverKirt Stephri sport lrvlnglin 738 818 911 6 4S 1017 1045 11 12 341 140 6 ft 622 A 37 CI liSJpin 715 No 7 41 61M 73 4 No 4 No 8 45 That the verdict of all housekeepers who use BASKETT COAL as a fuel Its good points are numerous is t t I d Iv 11 Evantvllle Arr Su Loui Spottlo Henderson Owensboro Strpheniport lvirport llawesrllle nuUvHo Hmndenburg Irvington 1 40 nn 8 63 60ptn 917 10 11 6U 6 43 S0m J8 96i 720 MS 1135 1240 7 32 7J9 10 217pm 947 10 10 96 814 1058 1148 12 140 1040 7 20 12 5m COAL IZi Prosperous 9 Not 4janrf 46 have Pullman Pullet Sleeping Cars and elegant hliili rmelc fen I Pnencer Caches through between lotiiiviltr Kvat lile and M Ieuls without change HC MOUDUEAS PA ouiiYllte Ky L II L flM L RYi FordsviMe Branch For the reason thai it gives more heat for the money than any other coal on the market It makes a steady lasting fire Fill your stovo or grate with it nt night close your drafts and youve got a fire that lasts until morning You do not have to u o as much BASKKTT COAL as you do others because it has more substance and weight to it than tho fast burning coal TABltNo 10 TAKING feKKKU IT t 10 ITS A CLEAN COAL New Year t T All West Bound Trains Kail Uound lraln o 2 6 45pm l8 fo3 7 08 7 19 tVo6 STATIONS Irvington C45pm 1060am I The BASKETT COAL is clean All good bituminous coal produces clinkers so d es the BASKETT but it makes less clinkers and less ashes than most other varieties and is theroforo an ideal grate or stove fuel 728 7 45 7 62 8 01 8 0 Is a superb fuel for use in flouring mills tobacco factories saw mills and mnnufacturing plants BASEZBTT COAL Special Prices in Carload Lots ADDRESS COMMUNICATIONS TO 8t5 90J 9 8 1255 larneld Ilarned J llardlnsburr XlrX 1160 11 67 lollj 2 09m llcndeanr 1230 u lrallsltoughl 11 11 Hit 24 5 IV 35 821 81 4 kl 620 609 500 446 4 4 106 113 915pm 120 llockvali Askln v- - OaV- - Till 4 711 G 3 6 44 G36 6 3iai- - 47 0 tsii 39 3 Slpm 3 21 Tho Appetite of a Goat Is envied by all poor dyspeptics whose Stomach and Liver are out of order All such Bhould know that Dr Kings New Life Pills the wonderful Stomach and Liver Remedy gives a splendid appetite sound digestion and a regular bodily habit that insures perfect health and great energy Only 25c at Short Hay lies drug more r Dailv lint 41 41 43 and 44 cmnect t Irvington wlli Trains Nos j and c for points on Fnrdsville branli i rains 33 4 urn 5 run asuv Train nw 1 eid 4 connect at Irvinlnn with Main Line Iralri 41 41 U -- - For Keeping Fowls Free From Lice Pittsbur gCoal Company BASKETT KY LOOKING BACK VKVVVAASSAWAAAiAAAAAAAAAVAViiAAAAAAAAA VAAAAAAvVVAAvV V G BABBAGE ATTORNEY AT LAW Will Twenty Seven Culled From Years Ago Items The Cloverport Transcript Price Graham operated a barrel fte tory J W Xicholo was in the saloon business Pracice in ail he Cours in Breckenridge Hancock Counties Meade and Â¬ Claims collected Mortgages Noes Liens and other securienforced and the money turned over promptly Divorces ties secured Depositions taken Interest in estates carefully looked into Contracts Deeds and other legal papers type written Â¬ Â¬ CHARGES REASONABLE OFFICES Over Gardners Store IIardinnburg Nowb OHice Olovfrport i VWVWVWVWVVVVVVWVVVVVVVivWVVVVVVVVVVVyVVV fi HiHJUnW lM Why Suffer Agony No Knife No X Pierce Satteifleid were ninonir the principal merchants in thoEO dajs Cloverport was the proud possessor of an excellent brats band in those dajs Dr K W Murray has Rold the Haj nes hotel building on the corner of First an High frtrerta to Dr A Bishop for the sum of f7500 Mr Horaco Smith Lewisport was challenged by Dr It L Newsom for a horse race at the Hardinghurg Fall Fair The latter to run his horse Telegraph acainst the formers Marshall Lee for a single dash of one mile for two hundred dollars Our gay and gallant young friend Wick Moorman has just effected a change of base He now handles Dolly Vardeus ribbons and other bewilJeiing wares of which more blessed is he than be wares than she that wears them at the firm of Walter Smart Co No Right to Ugliness The womrfn who is lovely in face form and temper will alwajs have friend but one who would be attractive must keep her health If she is weak sickly and all run down she will be nervous and irritable If she lias constipation or kidney trouble her impure blood will cause pimples blotches skin eruptions and a wretched complexion Electric Bitters is the best medicine in the world to regulate stomach liver and kidneys and to purify the blond It tdvesstroni nerves bright eye smooh velvety skin rich g complexion It will make a charming woman of a run down in- Â¬ Only 50 cents at Short valid Uuynch Drug Store Â¬ good-tankin- I have never had occasion to use any of tho ordinary applications The bottom or floor of my poultry house is made of cement upon which was originally placed about an inch of sawdust Tho droppings were allowed to remain and accumulate and from time to time the surplus above an inch or two in depth was removed but for some 20 years was Wins Laurels as a Civil Engineer never until this spring completely clean Â¬ Deputv Circuit Clerk Chaa Stuart of ed out The constant scratching of the received a letter this morn Â¬ fowls lias kept the floor covered from Owensboro two to four inches deep with a very dry ing from his brother Mr Alfred A dusty and line layer in which the fowls Stuart who lives in Brooklyn N Y delight to dust themselves in all weather Mr Stuart is an old Owensboro boy and As a result I scarcely ever see a louse of is recognized as one of the most promi- Â¬ any kind and if a lousy fowl is introduc nent civil engineers in the country He ed from abroad it is very soon relieved has juBt completed a yery large bridge from the vermin The house opens into in which was the deepest pneumatio my boiler house and is thus kept at a work that he has ever undertaken It moderate temperature during the winter was 108 feet below the water level with and the fowls can be seen dusting them- a caisson the dimensions of the caisson being 03 by 70 feet and 63 feet high selves nearly eveiy day at all seasons No sawdust or other material has been carrying weight to the extent of 22000 added from the beginning until this sea Â¬ tons When finished sinking two hunson when the floor was entirely seen dred and fifty men were required to man for the first time in many years and the work below the water and a most siwdust again used as a slartor Dr singular thing which very seldom occurs in the construction of large bridges not Jabez Fisner a man was killed or otherwise injured Mr Strjart has also under construction Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications as they cannot on the anchorage for the same bridge a reacli the diseased portion of the ear laige amount of stone work in which he has over 45000 yards of cut stone There is only one way to cure Deafness and that is by constitutional remedies masonry to lay It will require about five hundred men to do this including Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eusta a larga force that is at work at the quarryi chian Tube When this tube geta in Â¬ about two hundred miles up the state flamed you have a rumbling Bolind or When this is finished it will be one of imperfect hearing and when it is entire- Â¬ the largest pieces of bridge masonry in ly closed Deafness is the result and un- Â¬ existence Owensboro Inquirer less the inflammation can be taken out Â¬ JJb t i t J A Wll 1 Louisville HeoderonSf Louis RyCo asro 4 19 TIME SCHEDULE Hardinsburg Ky Taking Rflrct SEPTEMBER Wui Bound Traim 13 1803 gait Bound Train Eaprs Dally IM 9r3r9r Mothers Tint tadf relieve ex pectant moth dlacom child birth ca be almoat en I VtJhBaaer tirely avoided1 Wine of Card ni era It gives tone to the gen Â¬ Eiprs Kxprs Dally IM 10 6 0i 5 37 6 40i 5 48s tOOs Mall i STATIONS Mall a Hxpr Dally AM Dally AM 7 40 7 52 IvUnn pt 81 824s 85d 9 01 VOj 5iSs 6 26 6 41 i 61t 609 618 8 31t 8 17 1 8 4J Kentucky St West Point Howard Willowdale ItocK ar 7 45 7 0 6 8o 6 4S S6 4J 6 34 12 35 12 20 11 W 1145s 11 Sis 1128 1121 1112 1102 1063 10 45 10 37 10 24 65 659 917 9 2t 9 32s 9 44s 9 59 101 1025 10 35 10 43 Long Oram I nrandenhury Kkron Uuttni Irvingto Webster stephenspori Addison Holt llavti 626 618 610 s550 f 3 7 12s 7 20 7 24 7 27s 7 39 7 64 9f2 i5b Idibuo birplt 5 42 t 30 22 18 - 1015 10 10 9 9 07 02 69 45 9 27 Uoerpor jJklllmir r 5 3 0 s 49 Â¬ trata them in condition to do their work perfectly That makes preg Â¬ nancy leas painful shortens labor and hastens recovery after child birth It helps a woman bear strong healthy children halotransand 33 s 42 9 05 8 8 llri 827 804 812 s rorCan1ITellCy si s s 1049s 1068 1104 s 1113 1125 lcwi nit Wiitinu 13 8 19 13 864 847s 38 9 9 03a as forRrporInd 91ls 9 21t 9 32 9 i 9 47s 54 1146s 116 s 12b2s 1209s U17 1221 Uuitoi Mattinglj Sunk - s s 344 Worthlngloi Reads Spottivllli si 20 13 u 01 3 818 8 07s 7 8 7 62 107 1 745s 7 31 73s 1010 1U4U IM 240 115 40 2 6 Wmeiftnlui years A few doses often brings joy to loving hearts that long for a darling baby No woman should neglect to try it for this trouble It enresnine cases out of ten All drnggista sell Wine of CardnL fftoo per bottle Pbr idXee tn caw reqotrtnr apedil dlrtciloai address tiTtar symptoms Ilia Ladlss Adrlsory Deptrtmsnt Ta Chsttsaaoca Uadldoa Ox Chitt Iv ir Kvanville Evansville Knfi Id Iv 314 337 4 t armi r 1 2 1 8 12 33 2i 6 60 am 30 has also brought happiness to thousands of homes barren for eng htO 040 7 12 Mt Vcrnnu Ashl MiUmboro lUleville Kbi Louis M Louis II Iv Iv lje0 II 10 10 732 IM I ar Â¬ Â¬ 8 14 7 56 am 846 47 10 and this tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by ca- Â¬ tarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free F J OHUNEY Co Toledo O r Sold by Druggist 75c Halls Family Pills are the best Â¬ Marveh or a Oraphophone One of the wonders of the end of the century is the home Graphophone that Nos 41 and 44 h ive ebgant high back leat fats ruche and Pari r Cur crvici- - Ihn ugh be Â¬ tween L- - UKville Kvnn ille and St Louts without change Nos 41 and Pail r Cars and elegant Coaches lntwteu Ijulville and Evantville wl h ont cnange HC MORDUU AO P A Louisville Ky 43ke When DONS COMPLETE TILE CURE is guaranteed to euro you It is tho discovery of an eminent physician Interruption of Business Tho first treatment brings immediato relief It has cured thousands and will euro you MK T H WILCOX prominent merchant politician ur id chief of tho Chattanooga Firo Department says After years of suffering DONS PILE OINTMENT was rec Â¬ Wheat vs Corn Messrs Brooks and Smith of the Maes station are testing the merits of wheat and corn as exclusive food for laying hens The trial is not yet complete but the result so far contrary to theory seemed to favor the use of corn Tests at the same station comparing cut bone and dried meat indicate that dried meat is a good substitute for the cut bone and is eater because too liberal feeding of the cut bone proves injurious on account of the fat contained in it will reproduce any kind of music or any sound One can arrange a full program of the most attractive band orchestral or vocal music and vary it every evening On the Graphophone one can record the human voice or any soond and reproduce it at once You can keep the voices of your friends to be beard whenever yon wish Graphophonea made for home entertainment can be bought as low as 10 Write for catalogue 30 to the Columbia PiioNoortAru Co No 010 Pennsylvania Ave Washington D O Have yon a cold A dose of BAL Â¬ LARDS HOREHOUND SYRUP at bed Â¬ time will remove it Price 25 cents A It FlMhr nocTtt B TrainH 0S W lxniville m RY follows tf Jsfftmn fla sty rCardal Whsn I first tssk Win w had BurrUd Ursa yoort but oold net hats any children tin Batata UUr I bad a tnt girt baby Mrs UmtU HALZ bn Bw 9 W AILWAY Cinclnnatl and the bt Louis and the West Saft tv Comort kiibi d Lin fhwilk lUtwMn Packet Line fast Hail I Noio No 16 No 18 1 sjam 245pm Ar Incln iaU 6 4Jam 1 6d5pm 55am Ar Columbus u iam JJSpm 11 05pm Ar Pittsburg blJ 7sjam ashington Ar 6 50 am 1 1 20am Ar Baltimore 7 joam 1 2opm Ar Philadelphia 1015am 340 pm Ar New York Isjonn SSSpm Ar Hoiton 300pm 905pm 1 Nraln No h n Car 0 dining cars Cincmnat tn Wahlnzton IlVlilmn Philadelphia and New York Train No 18 hasrligant Iulloian IarlnrCirm Clncfanat and Pullman Drawing nd New York wfthout changedlnln 0 ha P ClnelnBati open at 9 oclock to receive passengers Ccnnyd InawngTpn cVlnn LYLousvai to me The use of one box effected a permanent cure I voluntarily give you tliis statement hoping it will be the means of bringing your wonderful remedy to the attention of others suffering with plies ommended Louisville and Evansvill 8TBAMKRS St Louis Springfield and the West No so Â¬ Price 100 Prepaid to any Address CHATTANOOQA DON CHEMICAL COMPANY TENN eOBfOPf iiun g3ra- No 16 - fo 44 E G BAGON P M Closing Out at Cost I will begin Thursday 22nd closing ont my entire stock of general merchandise at cost This Is no joke but a genuine unvarnished fact Come and be con vinced I have many nit o articles for sH JHbi WHEN YOU NEED Lumber Paints and Oils Drills Fertilizers Wagons Buggies Plows Blount Wagons And anything in the Farm Machinery and Implement Line OALL ON R S BANDY IRVINGTON KY Christmas presents such as a nice tea set of 50 pieces for J3 75 Bed room bet 2 25 pieces Meakins plates full size 5u set Common 25c Meakins cups and saucers U5c set Common 20c Buy your mother sisttr or daughter a nice calico dress tho best 4c a yard Ladies One go to meeting shoss at 1 and up Misses fine shoes 8 to 12 85c and 13 to 2 1 Gents fine shoe from 1 25 up Arbncklea coffee 10c per pack grr eu coffee 0c to 15c per pound Everything cheap Hats dry poods notions tinware and ho on Come and soe Will begin tomorrow cid continue This sale will be for cash only A X Kincublob Hardlnsburg Ky Â¬ The WESTERN HORSEMAN pub lished at Indianapolis Indiana at 200 a year and issued every Friday stands at the head of Turf and Trotting and Pacing horse journals is handsomely illustrated with pictures of noted horses and gives all the horse news from Cali fornia to Maine If at all interested in trotters or pacers subscribe for it The great annual Souvenir number will be issued February 10 and will be worth more than the price of a years subscrip- Â¬ tion It goes free to all subscribers to others 25 cents per copy By special arÂ¬ rangements with the publishers wo are enabled to send the WESTERN HORSEÂ¬ MAN 200 per year and the Bhbckn hidou Nkws 100 per year both for 2 00 during the year 1800 Give us your or- Â¬ der Â¬ M3sEayiyJP M fljan Master TV A Dlsbop Purser TAUASOON D g400n J- JNorth Vernon accomodation leaves at 7 ij m Cbarlestown accommodailoa leaves at n m except Sunday Trains Nos 16 so and 44 have elegant Pullman parlor and sleeping cars to St Louir Ar Springfield From Rest 11 m if IV H 11 II tr fusYrjBfi4aEBSMSiBiBiBn A L Penny M tiler L T Conner Purser S4SSSSSaSBSSSlTl ts am 3 toe TKAINS AltltlVE 7 15 am is is noon m 640 nm Most faM lnatlng Inven- Â¬ tion of tho age Aluajt ready to entertain It atu It and reproduce tho music nf Lands on tics trai vncalUU or In tin- mental finlnfit Th I nothing- Ilka It for an evenings eiiicrtalumcnt Other so callou talking machines leproduro only reconlsot subjects iiclully In a laboratory but the Orilioplioiia to such performances On tha Oruphophone you can easily make and Instantly reproduce records of the voice or any sound Thus It constantly awakens new Interest and lu chann U ever fresh alio reproducUons are clear and brilliant TKLL CITY R II Ballard Master W B Newbell Fnrser From Wett y a m is ij p m 6 40 p m City Ticket office southeast corner Kourth and Main streets Depot Seventh and river KoLd1Ui1 connecting rinliTsnoskllItonicr P D STAGGS IUrl GraptftHrttcs are llamiractiirtd under the rKnU of TauiUr Our MUbluhmonl is head lorTalslntMsetalnnond f Talking UacfcUMSupp It WriM 1 r catalog ue Suirn EdUon and Mscdonald r sM R Dally axoept Saturday between Loalsrlll and Hsw Amsterdam rUU shipped by this lindilTrdqalok er than bj rail Travelers will Had the steamers are unsur Â¬ passed In equipment and accommodations The best culinary sr employed as eeeki nd fie menu Is eiual to that of the best hotels Ueaeral offices ire and US 4th Avenge LoalSTllle D L PBNNT Bant O V William nf1lon parlor dining cars 0 imo slseplng ele address 118 IIIUIWN District Pass A Ticket Agent II O H W 11 T 4th aad Main LoulivJlU Ky rfrJlng ratj GenaTlteXirh General Passenger Ageal Clncinnall orJMCIIKSHIIKOUOII h CASTOR I A Tor InCoatJ and Ohildrtfi V WHIM COLUMBIA PHONOGRAPH CO Dr Bulii Cough Byrup is a great Daft 30 T P a ttu lit KM Yh Hhi Always lietlit 0virilKro Ky Beam tho Blgnatura of meclclne of Intrinsic worth It removci a cough or cold quickly and cures severe throat and lung affec tions in an astonishing short tlmo Sold by all druggists for 5 ct 010 Pennsylvania A venae Washington D O too Candy Cathartic 1 ISilucula Your llowel aO O fill druggist refund money euro constipation foreror Willi Cuscareta One Minute Cough Cure That I what It u made for cure New York Paris Chicago St Louis Philadelphia Baltimore Waahinirton Buffalo Deal Tulisrro Self aid Tear I fe ittsj To quit tobacco eaxllr and forever be mag nolle ful uf Ufa nerro uud vigor take c tbo wonder worker Hint make week men strong All druggists Wo or II Cure guaran teed Hooklet aad aample free Addree Sterling Kenedy Co Ofcteoge or New York No-To-ll Bk Â¬ HEN DOES YOUR SUB Â¬ SCRIPTION TO THE NEWS va44 eke ee4ee EXPIRE -- 3 flS WOLF CREEK A A INSOMNIA Inaomnln with which I hatd been itMlctnl fm over twenty i pars nml I run unv thntfu cruris tmvetilvcii mo more relief tlinn nnv other i unit ily I Imvo cvci trkcl 1 Klinll ecrt ilnly n i ran mend them to my filcmli an bclwr nil thev nro represented Thus jiliaiip Jikim 111 iinivo Ihou imiiiu cASCAicirrsnir M B M CATHARTIC TRAOE MARK RIOI6TI RIDf Do Oc Good Novor Sicken Wraknn or Pleairtnt fnlntabte Potent ilrllm Ilnii1j U upmn CURE CONSTIPATION Utile Taste flood I0e av MnTflHAP CUmm Mimtir l rn Inrl 314 BoMnnil irnnrnntrcfl In nil tlriiK BRECKENRIDGlWKUNVHDAY - NEWS 28 DKJ IH8 House Burned John Eetasy Tcblnsport Ind lost his dwelling by flro htt Thursday Ho nav ed all of his household goods Origin supposed to he from a defective Hue No insurance Pains in Jhe chest when a person has a cold Indicate a tendency toward pneumonia A piece of flannel dampened with Chamberlains Pain Balm and bound on to the chest over the seat of pain will promptly relieve the pain mid prevent the threatened attack of pneumonia This same treatment will lure n limit Sold by A It back iu a few hourp It A Shellman FiBhor Oloverport Â¬ Slepheneunrt Falls of Rough Reached The linen of the Foidsville le phi ne compauy lnve been tompeted ia f r as the Falls of HoukIi and are in op Hit on to that point The wires are u lor the Ohio county Telephone ctiipiy froii Fordaville to II whrd FOR PNEUMONIA Mich Dr J C Hmhop of Ague says I have used Foleys Honey and Tar in three very severe cases of pneu- monla the past month with good results A R Fisher Oloverport It A Shell man Stephensport E A Witt Har dinsburg Pistol Tournament The pistol club was out Inst Wednesday afternoon for an hour or so of sport Those who comprise the club ate Geo Graham John Hall and Ether Hall They all took each fifteen shots Geo Graham won the iionors by making six shots out of fifteen John Hall secured one while Ether just burnt the air with his loads The disposition of children tfi y de pends upon health If they are troubled with worms they will bo irritable cross feverish and perhaps seriously sick WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGE is a worm expeller and tonic to make them healthy and cheerful Price 25 eta A R Fisher Rocky Run School The following is the fourth monthly report of district No 22 Mary De Jarnett 98 0 Gideon Squires 08 2 j Helen DeJaruett 073 Vera Squires 90 Anna Flood 002 Sarah Flood 03 8 John Flood 03 Lenard May 04 0 NelBernard Elder 04 lie Miller 04 2 Percy Huston 04 Andrew Squires 032 Ben Wilson IKLi Allie Squires 02 2 James Cullen 010 The attendance is small but great in- Â¬ terest is manifested by those who do attend It takes boys and girls of great determination to go through such weather to school in the country So I feel like speaking a word of encourage ment to those who come so regularly Eilkn M Stitii Teacher Â¬ Â¬ 1 The sooner a cough or cold is cured 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 It Is such a cough cure is within reach pleasant to taste Short Haynea SOLON TO HARRY lion Watklns to Wed Hiss Lancaster Other Weddings R E License to marry was issued from the county clerks office late Wednesday afternoon to Mr R E Watkins and Miss Emma Lancaster Mr Watkins is the representative of the county district of Daviess county in the Kentucky legislature He is a member of the law firm of Yost Clark Watkins and is a youi g man ol excellent standing Miss Lan caster is a young lady of good family and has a wide circU of friends in the com- Â¬ munity in which she resides She has made her home with the famijy of Mr W II Harrison in the county for several years past The young couple will make theirfuture home in Owensborn Owensboro Messenger Â¬ Â¬ Br Balls Cough Byrup will prove a quick and iure cure for croup MoUien when your children are attacked with lhat dreadful al cam you can depend on tliii roarveloui rrmely It neer falli to cure at once 1rico 15c A Wisconsin millionaire after sixteen He years of failing to deep baa died must have been a peculiarly constructed human r I0ST Many have lost confidence and hope as well aa health because they have been told their Kidney disease was incurable Foleys Kidney Cure ia a Guaranteed remedy for the dircouraged and dlscqu solate A R Fisher Oloverport R A E A Witt Shelluiai Stephensport llardlnbhurg DeVVitfs Little Early Risers Tk am little pi Ha A Lust week was an Ideal winter time Ras Tflrltot from Little Send was in town Saturday Stuart Owingp the grocery drummer came home Thursday V MltH Joe Curl a charming young lady ia stooping with Mis llnk Chlsm v Mis Robert Kelly who has been sick for quite awhile is very much impioved Mrs John Slitokellpfrom Spotsvlllu is with her mother Mis Connor who Is veiy ill V V Davis Cunningham was lieio last week fltnlliig and blinking hands with our mirchuuts Mitt SuBic Elder who s Uaching V 9 school nt loiihe Corneris expetttd liom V to spend UlnlMunis with tier inoilier V V 9 Mrs 8 J Elder pfi V Laurence Owlns and Bob lldir como Iu town every night after Hiipprr V V I itb nt pretty girl from Win ctuniiy y v here last week 9 John Robert Smith and hid bride nee V Mlea Rebecca Owing are at the Ktlly y V Hotel where the groom has beautifully v furnished rooms y v Mrs Lamb it and daughter are pre paring to make a lengthy visit to KenA ton county Wo will miss then very much they are always bo cheery we hope for them n pleasant time and a eafe return A PARALLEL Jepse Smith who went to Toxas in September to visit bio uncle Dr George Sometime wlown the city street Win to iH nutya n forgotten thing Smith writes back often and Bays he Tho voice of some lone lilid thrill sva thinlu Paris is a good place but there is Willi tidings of the fnroI pilng Jefse is a no place like old Kentucky bo In my hcni t In n nil dnrk great home boy and we all miss him And patience slcki in In lUnpnlr Hope lluttrrs like n pilsoud lurk Christmas is at hand the oappital And pours lur rapture on thu air time of all the j ear the time when our I cannot tell why this should lie by lighter deeper jojs are supplemented Whlln sorrows enp H 51 1 to dinln ones If only those made merry who And o rry pl ifni t jinc- to me Like storm sti u n i oiui llnwd v ttti pnin had no heartache tl o echo of the laugh would ba lost to the world while if every Uut wo nro one tho bird and 1 In Buffering nnd yiurnlng one one vuie a Christum face who could With ineinoilt tlmt imiMt die count some blessing tears would be forOf tlowrs bluo octin mi tho sun Pull M ill Gazette gotten for one day at least We hope every one iu this broad laud of ours will feast whether our fare be rich or iueg r VIOLIN Ljt us be gy with the children let us forget carta even eoirowa Scatter what Wo had been dUcubeiug till kinds of happing wo can among those of our ghostly and occult eubjecte that oven owu and send forth to the world at large iug Thompson uud I until tho liro hud a waim a hearty a loving wish for a dwindled away into a niloof kmjpsIics Merry Christmas nnd Undo Joshua hud nppnuutly fallen nsleop Thompson wne a Theosophist Constipation prevents the body from and I it Preshytmim eo bouui of our ridding itself of waste matter De Witts tilts woro of tho liveliest tort I hnd Little Early Risers will remove the trou- just delivered mysolf of it coup of peculble and cuie Sick Headachu Biliousmss iar poignancy so I thought wlion UnInactive Liver and clear the Complex- Â¬ cle Johun suddenly opened hia oyos ion Small sugar coated dont gripe or strotched iu his good old fashioned way and silil cause nausea Short Haynea Im not up on knrnias astral bodies and such us you boys seem to bo hut DUKES before wo nil turn in 1 want to tell yon n ghost story of my owu ono whoso truth J can personally vouch for Health good once more Thompson nnd I filled our pipes and Everybody is eating candy this week Uncle Joshua hitched forward his chair About all of the tobacco of this place and began Once upon h tlmo nway down in have been delivered Georgia thoro lived n towhended littlo Mrs Maggie Campbell is confined to Cracker Thero woro sovernl distinguish ing features about him Ho neither her bed with rheumatism fast recovering dipped snuff nor nto clay nnd he had n Mrs Eliza Burnett is marvelous command of the violin Diy from a spell of typhoid fever after day whilo his brothers nnd sisters Rev W B Snead Is carrying on a pro- Â¬ were making prctoneo nt work or idling tracted meeting at this place their timo away iu tho neighboring vilholidays have giie lage ho spout by himself in tho lonely We expect ere the pine woods playing always playing Ho to hear the sweet chimes of wedaings in had novor hoard musio other than that our midst tho negroes nindo but to him tho wind Charles Nichols wife and children of in tho pines was filled with harmony Canny Creek is spendirg Christmas with uud at night when tho rain pattered on tho roof ovor his littlo bunk ho relatives here dreamed of vast audiences and storma people rendered some of The young applaupo splendid vocal music at the home of In his oharacter of reoluso as years your correspondent Thursday night draw on ho carno to bo regarded as giftHo noer A iiappy Christmas to the editor cor- Â¬ ed with magical powers respondents and readers of the News played in public Ho novor ovon playod ho played and may the year 1800 bricg happiness for their dances But thoy baid things for tho birds nnd other wild and prosperity to all and that ho could mako them do what ovor ho wished with tho power of his A cough is not like a fever It doe music Howevor truo this may bo it is not have to run a certain course Curo a fact that he caught fish whilo others it quickly and affectually with One Min- ennght nono And on still days jnst be ute Cough Cure the best remedy for all fore n storm perhaps when evon iui eots ages and for the most severe cases We woro quiet tho strains of hia violin river bottoms would good Short awoet float up from tho recommend it because its nnd clear and wonderfully sad Haynes Then all who heard it would stop what ever thoy woro doing nnd liston Even THE GOLUtN AGh tho babios would stop their crying nnd floid hands would swear no more that Thcie ro no days like bygone lay Bo tlilnlta the snilu heart afternoon No whts thero nro like ancient way Tho boy nnd his violin woro nover N01111 now auth bliss tmjmrt apart Whorevor ho wont ho carried it For when thu vision back Is cast It sees n golden age with him and when ho slept it lay nt That lunrt thin alghs or all tho past his ejde No mother was ovor more conAnd deems the action sage siderate of her ohild than ho was of it Tho violin iu spite of its humhlo The brightest days are coming days Affirms the youth in glee surroundinge was n beautiful instru And on tho future is his gaze ment Sovcral attonipts had been mndo Whilo present moments flee to soli it but luokily tho rich plantors The golden ago Is yet to beam Iluforo his eager mind of tho rogion who wero tho moneyed And thus his thoughts with luster gleam class know nothing of its valuo or did Aa they their views unbind not oaro Tho hoy had rccoived tho in But to the tenanal epicure strument from his father His father The oldon age is now bad iuhorited it so it was siid from With plenty near his Joy Is sure his own mother to whom mwu lineal And ploasuro crowns his brow Within the present days ho tried ancestor had given it Urackets do not To tasto tho ehiefest good t caro much for podlgroes but thero wns Asserting that the rich and wlss a sort of dim tradition iu the tamily Are those supplied with food that thoy had not always been Crackers Tho true philosophy is found that Jong long ago in tho early In looking up and on days they had been rich nnd influenAway from sordid earthly ground tial Cat now of all their forgottou Toward everlasting dawn Tho bettor life beyond us Ilea wealth tho violin only was loft Declares the snored page Ono ovening when ho returned to And those who look with faith lit oyos his cabin after n day spent as usutil iu Discern thu golden age tho wildwood ho found his family in -- RevW II Jlmir ruft In Philadelphia Ledger what for them wni a state of ojcoito mout They had buou in nrroars for A BEAUTIFuflGIFL thoirrent goodness knows howioug but now their landlord told them it was pay or go Thoy could movo their scant Tho holidays aro fast approach beloiigiugs easily euough but whoro to Ing If you havo a friend you aro go and what to do confronted their sim plo miuds like nu iusurmouutublo bar going to remombor on Christmas rier what would be more appropriate as Tho boy listouod in silence to all told him Silently ho nto his a gjft than a fino Oxford Teachers that they sweet potato Then ho washed pouo mid Biblo bound in morocco Yqu can hinifiolf and put ou his shoos Tho family looked iu stolid slleuoo get such a Biblo with the Bheck whilo ho mudo his preparations Only was go ENitinaE News for one year for his mother asked him whero ho ing uud to hor ho madouo answer they 8250 You cant buy tho Biblo at Bay ouly to go up and kiss her Mighty do but thoy retail for less than 250 anywhere littlo kissingtotho Crackers ways and his peculiar wen used in the world By this arrangement thought uothing of it Unolo Joshua lookod at us sharply you practically got the News freo over ills spectacles to too if wo wero fol low iug him and ooutiuued for ono year Well bo showed up in Atlanta that ThQ Childs Bible a beautiful night ho and bin violin about U oclock He was tired and hungry and thirsty work for children and tho News sad lonely for he bad walked all tho VtKT from his cabin IU tuilwi away and or one year lor 200 t r Appreciation The News as a gift for the New Year would be appreciated there someone Isnt you can send it to Â¬ i M Â¬ PAYETTES Â¬ Â¬ ins ruiirt was iu uin turoat too I tanoy tor ho had never been iu such crowds before and ho had como dotormiuod to uuru enough inouoy to pay tho rout Timidly at first and with hands that trembled ho began to play but as hu tult the eiresi of thu violin against his ehteb and its voico rospondod to his touch his heart grow stronger His eyes cloul and his spirit was again among the sweet gum aud pints Ho wns staud tug In a shadow uear thu cutrnuco to n big hotel mid at first his musio attract id uu attention Several geutleuicn wero sitting ou tho bifii porch It happened uliattuig about cotton and other mattcts and there was a momentary lull in tho conversation Sudduily ouo of them ex claimed Who in tho world is that playing tho ioliuV Its beautiful Thoy all listtnud it was a wonderful melody the heaid quivering lashing full of liro nnd yet through it ull a sore of yearning uuspeakablo molnucholy Nono of them moved Thoy woro fearful of losiug a uoto A crowd hnd gathered about tbo musician by this time staring and listening with opcu mouths aud bated breath And ho thoy would havo re mained all night I suppose but a heavy faced villain of a policeman with mora authority than soul shouldered into tho crowd and told tho boy to movo on Now my brother William said Undo Joshun is something of a violinist himsclt Hu was ouu of tho party ou tho hotel porch aud uo sooner had the policeman stopped tho coucert than up ho got uud run after tho straugo musician like a boy after a oircus parado Jiilly had been over iu Paris tho winter buforo and whilo there had stum bled ou to a lot of music by an old French composer whom the world hnd nover discovered by tho name of Fran cois Fiyettu This Fayetto my brother told me had como to the city a century or two befoie from somewhere- in tho south of France with a lot of musio ho hnd composed and thou disappeared His musio hud lain undisturbed iu tho garrst of nn old buildiug many years and from thence hud passod into tho hands of n dealer iu old manuscripts and it was from him William secured Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ It Now Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ liam hnd heard tho musician play that night wns ono of these identical compositions by the forgottou Fayette Ho bad always thought it u mnrvolonsly sweet littlo composition oven when he played it himself But as ho had heard tho straugor render it it was a dream and a rovolntion Well tho upshot of tho matter was that after much urging nnd pleadiug William managed to bring tho boy home with him that night After wo hud fed him aud ho hnd rested and told us his story uot without a groat deal of tactful questioning on our part he finally took his violin mid began to play baid Uncle Joshua softly as Ah he sank back Into his chair uud oloscd his eyos I cannot tell you how ho played Even I hud tears in my eyes that I couldnt koep back Aud still hia sulections woro always from tho compositions of thu misty Fuyette Whero had he learned tbem He could uot tell us It wus all iu Ills heart ho said It was tho musio that hud como to him from murmuring pines and rippling streams and some of it ho said was what ho heard ou stormy nights Ho played far into tbo night for us and theu next morning wo hnd one of our darkles hitch up nnd tako him homo William hnd giveu him enough money for hia rent and tho boy prom Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ it Keoms that tho pieco Wil- Â¬ Our School has been newly graded a Besides the regular classes in Higher proper system of discipline ehtablinliKl Mathematics Latin and the sciences aud the school put upon a permanent at the beginning of the winter and spring basis term wewill organize aTeachers train Wo havo the bfBt equipped most config class for the benefit of those who venient and most commodious school iuhv wish to prepare themselves for ex- Â¬ bulldlrg iu tills part of the State The amination for a County or State Certifl-ca- tmenibera of our faculty are all exper or for a State Diploma Wh know ienced and enthusiastic teachers just how to prepare jou for examination Our educational facilities are therefore Hence if you wish to raise the grado of equal to those of anv oUer town in this jour certificate and to increase your part of the State Parents who contem- teaching ability join our class and plate sending their children away to get the benefit of our long experience in school will consult their own iuterest aa teaching and school discipline well as that of their children by investi- Â¬ Schools wpre hard to get last year hut gating the merits of our school before will be harder to Lt nxt year The sending them elsewhere time has come when trustees recognize Our music Department in charge of the importance of employing competent Miss Annie May and Miss Lula Owen teachers Hence jou must prepare is a prominent feature of the school yourself or retire from the profession These ladiep have had special training in Hutdonotgo away to some so called their preparation for their choos n pro- Normal school that ia a mountain in dia fession as teachers of instrumental play Dr Balls Cough Syrup curej any music and nil who put themselves un givo hut a mole hill in merit Wo can jou individual attention Board lung affection nnd grippe cure of hionUiiln der their charge mny expect to make Tuition and Instrumental music at reas Physician pre critie this rthabie rtnitdy and tho best progress that Ia possible under onahe mteH Vocal music free to all dnijuit recommend it because it nccr falls to thoroughly competent tpachern Thor pupil Send for cataloirue ough instruitlons and drill given in all cur nnd ccst luit j cinu 1 ottlt S K Hancock departments including Pnmnrv Com Principal and liusiuesa Manager Clover mon School Academic and Teachers Tlirre til rr of Almonpliore port Ky It appears that In tho otmosphero Departments thero are practically thrco distinct currents of air tho iirst lying nt nn Novation of from 100 to 1C00 meters tho second nt from 2E00 to 4000 meters nnd tho upper ouo at from 1000 to 8000 motors above tho eurfaco of the earth These ore to an oxtent soparato currents flowing each with its own velocity At tho bottom of each of tho layers the stratus clouds nro formed and at tho top of each of tho layers oc cur the cumulus clouds This suggests that tho strntns originato nt tho bottom of n moving current and tho cumulus nt tho top it is probable theu thnt tho etrntns owo their origin to tho difference iu velocity aud tempuruturo of tho two BUILDING Four rooms two halls well lighted and heated comfortable chairs good blackboards layers whilo tho cumulus aro formed by nbccudmg currouts within tho layer INSntUOIOKS- --- Instrumental and vocal mmic Miss Kate Kskridee nrcrtarntnrv lourae Miss Fannie Hurst scientific courHc J H H Logan teachers course of air Professor P II Bigelow it graduate both of a Normal school aud a University There are few ailments so uncomfort- Â¬ OFF ICEHS The five allable directors who are interested in Din mntitntirm livo here and aro ever readv to uivo anv leeitimate aid or iiHsiKlnncc Tin cnnnlv able as piles hut they can easily he cured superintendent and examiners wbom jou may consult at any time live here by umnif TABLKRS BUCKEYE PILE LIBUAKIHS In addition lo tho College library you have access to the couuty teachers library in the county superintendents olliee OINTMENT Belief follows its use and anynue millering from piles cannot afford CERTIFICATES A certificate of promotion will be given to nnvone completing any prescribtd course A county or State certificate can be obtained by anyone Price 50 eta to ueglect to give it n trial who completes these courses Our patrons received aatiafactory grades last A It Fisher in bottles tubes 7f cts year f ome of our last vcar pupils now bold State certificates DIPLOMAS Diplomas will be given thosn who rompletx tho second year scien- Â¬ rauinn uir mils tific course Teachora who wish to prepare for MateDiplomaa can do so hero 1 novo not yot lived 1000000 chenper then a i tl or Pcln o f years said Mr Goshngtnn but so EXAMINATIONS Frequent written examinations are held in every course aud especially in the teachers in order that thuy may put up good papers ou the fur I observe that thero is ouo form of final examination for certilicates piny that ull boys havo aliko during a The laboreria worthy of his hire considerable period of thoiryouthful ex- TERMS Eight dollars per term of ten weeks When jou get just whnt you want jou aro willing to pty for it When you istence This consists in pulling off othenvajie in business or iu teaching you want jour Hilary commensurate with er boys hats and throwing thorn In the your ability street The desire or impulse to do WHEN TO EN LER Any month of tho term nny week of the month any day of this comos nt a very early ngo nud it the week Come now I in the boy until bo is pretty Procrastination is tho thief of time Tho B N College has a host of friends in this romuins well grown and adjoining counties who are pleased to know that ample provisions have beun It is not unusual to seo a hoy 10 or made for thoroughness in any course that may he chosdii iu this the oldest the best and tho greatest Educational College iu this section of the State 12 years old or evon older than that pull off another boys hat usually in such instances tho hat of a smaller boy and throw it away Hero tho act is in tended to bo annoying and exasperating and it is a pretty mean thing for tho big boy to do but littlo hoys do thi thing just out of sheer playfulness Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ passed nnd tnou anotner With his absence- the wonder ills playing hnd aroused iu us increased Indeed wo almost cntiio to doubt tho reality of it nil Whoro had ho over heard tho musio of luvotto Indeed how could ho Imvo over heard it nt nil Hu could uot bo an impostor Thomys tury could uot bo explained nway ou tho grounds of nieru coincidence Wowero on tho point of driving out to tho boys cnblu to hcur him play ngaiu when ouo morning bright uud early a tall nnd lanky youth currying an oblong buudlo under his arm como up to the door of our huuso nnd uj quired for William Hound I wero eat ing breakfast at tho time nud tho stranger evidently n Cracker wus ush ercd in Uo you all tho gentleman ez givo Bub tho rent money ho inquired ad dressing William William said that ho was Well Hub hes dead en ho sent yon nil this fer to remember him by Wo learned little moro lho boy hnd died two days before from no np parent causo His last request wns con corning the violin Two months lator when nutumn was well on nnd tho nights woro becoming chilly William and I were sitting beforo tho flroplnoo ono ovonlng talking about tho boy who hnd played such wonderful mneia William wan holding tho violin in his lap idly examining tho workmanship Suddenly I saw him drnw tho violin up nud look olosely nt tho head Theres a namo or something he said on this littlo shell plato that Ivo never noticed By Jove Ho jumped up nnd hold tho whnt if violin close to the light It was hang ing over his shoulder on the instant And there vory fniut but clear enough iu tho strong light to bo rend engraved iu fino Fronch script was n mtino that scut our hearts a leaplng like mad Boys tho name on the violin was that of Francois Fnyotto Denver Nows tK vfeote week OLOVERPORT HIGH SCHOOL Â¬ - fl mytK k mnyffttf P8STj JJhMAJlf LTXfAjfXSft Â¬ ANNOUNCEMENTS OF 0BMAL HARDINSBURGKY RRECKEMR8DGE OOtLEG Â¬ GREETING A Happy New Year Progress in Education A Merry Christmas Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ JAMES W LYONS WITH PLANTERS PHELPS CO Now York Sun Southing healing cleansing DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve is the linplacabo enemy of sores burns and wounds It never fails to curo Piles Yon may ro Haynee ly upon it Short Aiiil HOUSE Managers In llnmiii Thoir brief experience in actual wnr It faro established a uotabblo fact pioved them courageous decent high minded soldiers worthy of every eon DAILY AUCTION SALES FOUR MONTHS STORAGE FREE fldeuco aud cheerful in all circumRETURNS PROMPTLY MADE RESERVE BID TO SELLER stances If tho laurels they havo gained aro small in comparison with thofo which rewarded tho heroism of thoir comrades at Santiago they aru nono the M HARDIN loss houorablo for uo men could have F R WILDER O S Fourth St Louisville Ky Brandenburg Ky endured moro or worked hardor than they or Imvo shown more valor Cor London Times SnliTPern rltitn Northeast Corner Eleventh and Main Streets LOUISVILLE KY Â¬ J HARDIN WILDER Beari the OASTOItIA ltl8 Kincl You Ha9 was Bwkt ised a snoody roturi IN IRlINHTfllvJ 111 II1VII1UIUI1 ZDZEZlnTTISTS after Kvcry Wednesday and Tlutrsday Koiirtli Monday iu Tach Month yBMMMMnaMIOMMIBM the 1 3SS3353ilS2iIi Sfo Latest appliuncoa ued Ditticult work nich us Bridges nnd Crowns n specialty Good work guaranteed rtf RATE8 Tfr c iti- Uu lictd Ring In the new Ring out the old Ring out the false Ring in the true We bring to you the new and truo from tho plney forests of Norway Â¬ DR BELLS Pine-Tar-Honey j - C2ttB J0HH5 V2 Vl V - iT S5ftrnSL wiv USST-V A-- V iii I Vl0U13ViLLEKY HHMMt Â¬ iZ r Honr It walk Natures most natural remedy Improved by science to a Pleasant Permanent Posltiro Cure for coughs colds and all Inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes The sore weary cough worn Lungs are exhilarated t the iplcrobe bearinR mucus Is cut out t the cause of that tickling is removed and the Inflamed membranes nro healed and soothed so that there Is no inclination to cough SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUOQISTS Â¬ J T O CHAS F OWEN WITH- - PICKETT TOBACCO WAREHOUSE A BRIDGES CO Proprietors - BottUa Only or I AM rswMiy midiMVrnse4 aa YEARStoOLD Ball rtM Tsr jut MMBfr UH V A MWmUt til it quick snd penuusnl nut OO 26o 606 and EE SURE YOU GET 1 SImi Cor Eighth and Main Sts A Louisville Ky Df Bills PiM-Ttr-NM- iy BRIDGES W0 BRIDGES insn Four Months Storafe Free kbjihiu ma mtt SJ vTii w titttfr4Ai Mitl THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D AND V G BABBAGE WEDNESDAY c Lory THE ZOUAVE On tho evening of my story Ocorge tho firfct blacksmith of wns in an uuhiippy frnmo nf mind It hnd nlvtnys been his hnblt nB soon ns tho forge flru wns oxtlnct mid tho sun had get to sent hlmsolf ou a bench before his door mid while enjoying that lassitude which hard work ou n warm day leaves behind it drink sever Â¬ al pots of beer with his apprentices bo fore Feuding them nway But ou this particular ovoning tho good man remained at tho forgo until it wns time to go to tho supper tablo Editors and Proprietors t t t 6 t t t t t t DECEMBER 28 1898 EIGHT PAGES A TALK WITH SUIISCMIIERS Verdicts AYERS HAIR VIGOR fulfills all the promises made for it Is the AS Induetry An extract from Presidents Mckinleys Speech at TusUeegee Ala Dec 16th and growing handsomer in appearance and newsier and more entertaining in its reading The paper will continue to draw the line and will exclude from its columns all that is not fit to print It will be independent in its politics and will endeavor to bo fair and unbiased in its utterances It will discuss all public questions from the highest and most patriotic standpoint that its editors abilities will allow In the discussion of questions of local policy and expediency it will align itself always on the side of the public good Peoples minds and This is a great era It is an era of expansion ideas must expand The days of contraction of narrowness and bigotry are passed We live in the broadest age in the largest times that tho world has known outsido tho era of Christ His word and works are just finding their best fruition and it behooves us all to adapt ourselves to the new conditions that have arisen Let us be more kindly in our dealLet us all work in harmony ings with each other Let us forget differences of the past and let our treatment of each other in the future make amends for tho wrongs of tho Â¬ Â¬ The passing of tho old year makes it natural to review the progress verdict of those ho have Med it Tho editor of or failures wo have made during the past twelve months with all mankind feels the desire to tako his the News in common friends the readers of his paper into his confidence and talk shop with I have sold AVERS Hair Vioor for fifteen ears and do not know of a tingle case where u aia not kits enure laiixtacuon them v OROVK Fauntdale Ala We feel very much satisfied with the year 1898 It has been a good year to us notwithstanding the fact that it brought its crosses and its vexations of spirit Tho Nkwh has continued to grow in favor and When disease caused my hair to it has merited tho honor of being called the best county paper in Ken- found AVERS HAIR VIOOR a molt fall ont I excellent preparation and one that does all that Is tucky which practically means the best county paper in the country claimed for It L RUSH ConnellsvUle Pa We feel that our efforts to provide a good paper for our readers havo been appreciated aa all our old subscribers have stayed by us and new ones have been added to our list Ayers Hair Vioor does alt that Is claimed Tho News is now an excellent paper but from this on it will keep for It It restored my hair which was fast becoming Â¬ Integrity and then went reluctantly into the hoiiKO air brown gray back to Its natural color dark W H H ASELHOFF Paterson N J Did St My head became fnil of dandruff and after a time my hair began to fall out The use of AVERS HAIR VIOOR stopped the falling out and made the scalp clean and healthy C M AYRES Mount Airy Ga MRS GUSTON Mrs McCall of LouiHville is visiting the old home place near Sandy Hill church Our merchants sold out all of their Christmas goods and the cry was for more Mrs Will Baskett is quite sick at this writing but hope she will be up in n country Their class by the way is first class Those who arc not John Murray and family of Wolf now on our subscription list should hasten to get on for every paper Creek spent Christmas with Mrs they mibs reading from now on will be a gem they have failed to acquire Murrays father Mr Thos Anderson Miss Ellen Munford will render a Get in the News band wagon It will be pleasant entertaining solo at the Fanners Institute which get to know your town your county You will and instructive riding meets at Irvington on the 3rd and 4b your country and tho world better than you ever knew it before Lawrence Bewley who lives in Oklahoma suddenly surprised his parents by The round trip only costs a dollar Â¬ short while Mr and Mrs Frank of Irvington en jojed a big dinner at Dr Baxters Christmas day past Mr Mortica Brown and Miss Love will be married on the 23 h Miss Love is a Let us start the new year with our hearts rejoicing at the prosperous daughter of the late E 1 Love outlook Let us start resolved to do the best we can to promote the best 0 i the 21st inst Mr Jen Shumate and interests of ourselves and our neighbors Miss Ruth Prather were united in the The merchants have discovered tho splendid value of the News as holy b mds of Mitritnony of Shelby The Hhv Donald They havo ville treated us on McDonald day and an advertising medium and have used its columns liberally Christinas reaped rich rewards and we look for them to continue their progressive to tno magnificent sermons The young people of Salem vicinity advertising and had a great time Christmas eve in tho The readers of a paper make the paper It is just what they want vay of a tree in the church it to be If the News is tho best paper of its clabs in the country then Proctor Shumate shipped 5 hhds of it iB logical that its readers are the best people of their class in the tobacco of his own raising to Louisville receiving 85 00 total for the crop te What enn bo tho matter with him thought his wifo Perhaps ho has re- Â¬ ceived eoiiio bad news from tho regiment that ho does not wish to toll me Per haps our son is ill But as sho dared not nnk sho occupied herself in trying to quiet lior three flaxen headed youngsters whoso laugh ing faces appeared around the board whoro they were munching a salad of black radishes and cream At last the blacksmith pushed away his pi a to exolaiming angrily Oh the cownrdst Oh tho scoundrels I nskod What is tho matter Lory his wifo Thou tho root of tho whole matter came to light I am speaking of those flvo or six Bcouudrols whom nny ono could have seen this morning rambling ronnd tho villngo in tho uniforms of French sol diers arm in arm with tho Bavarians Yes it Ih snch as these what shall I call them who have chosen to becomo Prussians And to think we will have to seo theso fatso Alsatians coming back ovory day from Africa I What mngio potion have they drunk to make them change this wny His wife motherlike immediately attempted the dofenso of tho abusod What would you have otherwise my poor husband said she This re turn is hardly tho fault of these children Algiers whoro they were sent is so far away that they were homosiok and it must havo boon snob a temptation for them to como back snob a temptation not to have to bo soldiers nny longer I Lory struck tho tablo with his fist Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ florcoly Integrity and industry are the best possessions which any Man can have and every Man can have them Nobody can give them to him or take them from him He can not acquire them by inheritance he can not buy them or beg them or borrow them They belong to the individual and are his unquestioned property He alone can part with them They are his to keep They make happy homes They achieve success in every walk in life they have won the greatest triumphs for Mankind No Man who has them ever gets into the police court or before the grand jury or in the work house or the chain gang They give one Moral and Material Power They will bring you a comfortable a living make you respect yourself and command the respect V of your fellows They are indispensable to success They The Merchant requires the clerk whom he y are invincible employs to have them The railroad corporation inquires whether the man seeking employment posesses them Every avenue of human endeavor welcomes them They are the only keys to open the door of opportunity to a struggling Manhood Employment waits on them capital requires them citizenship is not good without them If you do not already have them get them t a V GLENDEANE Hon Tice Jolly was In town Saturday Sidney Owen went to Ioiiisvill6 Fri- Â¬ day MiB8 Irene Board is at home for the week Paul Dempster will visit Fordsyille this week Mrs James Moorman continues qui- Â¬ te poorly Satisfactory holiday trade our mer Â¬ ers who treated their pupils Some of us remember wiien wo used to think the treating worth the rest of the school chant say Mr George Willis went to Hardins burg Saturday Miss Monna Hunter arrived Friday for the holidays Jake Lisher and family are visiting relatives at Short Creek John Babbage editor of the Nkus was here Friday He had to return to Clov erport at night but our busy town in holiday nttire was too much He came back Saturday and looked his admiration for hustling and hustlers Jimmy Maxwell one of Glendeans bright ambitious hustling boys came up from Olaton to visit his fathers fam- Â¬ ily Christmas He leaves this week for Memphis Tenn to enter a medical school A future is before Jimmy and heres a world of good wishes to him They say that a Glendeane bachelor too buBy all his life to get marrieJ is now on the road to matrimony You will guess its John Deane and likely youre right for I am not told who it is But there iB Buck Moorman Ernest Vick Robertson Robertson Frank May the coming Deane and others year bring good luck to all of them We recently heard a good man say My wife can smell whisky a hundred Glen Moorman and Jim Deane went to Cloverport Thursday Gen Grant Moorman is braking on the freight for a few days Miss Emma Lou Moorman is visiting her sister Mrs Crider in Fordsville Miss Amanda and Charlie Dean re turned from Louisville Saturday night Jesse Khodes went to Owensboro Sat urday night to spend his Xmas with his stepping in upon thorn the other niglit A brunette lady of east Guaton wore one of the haudeomest suits to church last Sunday it was a Christmas gift from her mother Col Jack Gross of Holts Bottom has rented the LijGrandu store house at this place and will bring on a stock of goods in the near future Mr John Patteson of Rowletts Station N road visited his uncle It on the L J Patteson and took three Meade county horses home with him There was a mistake made In my last items stating the 10 head 1st pick of sheep sold at the Anderson ftie brouirht 32 they brought G0 instead Dr Will Strother of Big Spring mad a flying trip over to see our station the other day he brought some ladles over to take the west bound train O j Thursday the 20th the Itev Drake of Sacramento Ky and Miss Iteina Shacklett will be married The particu- Â¬ lars will be given in next it sue Â¬ eisters Mr Mussulman tells me that his son will visit Glendean before returning to Cuba Miss Nannie Board of Garfield and a Mrs Heed of Louisville are visiting Miss Nannie Fisher Henry Darst bridge foreman and family left Saturday morning for liig Olifty where they visit relatives Miss Mary Peyton Miss Jennie Green and Dr Harris came up from the Falls of Hough to attend the party Friday night Master Walter Powell and two sihters Misses Martha Lou and Viola are visiting their sister Mrs Jack Howard Fordsville Sheriff Burton and Hon J P lias well came down Friday expecting to attend court but squire Moorman was sick and unable to preside ltod Mattingy and family went to Hardinsburg Sunday They will visit a few days while he goes to West View neighborhood to hunt Lutn Smith one of our good citizens have traded farms with John Oiler of Short Creek The men will move to r new homes this week IJaun was up to his standard of t Urue while the gift giving eem unuiually large qensive gifts were h yards and has her suspicions eyery time Well the men them she smells it selves sin H it from afar aud too often theres a cause for suspicion on the part of the better half Christmas though comes but once in Mb days and a fellow certainly feels like he might be i xcused once a year One of our bonniest young ladies tins He been consulting an astrologer reads her future which she verily believes He sends a picture of her future husband She says Bhe will have no other As ii happens the picture in no way looks like any of her half score of ardent admirers They are a dej cted looking set and are passing through the bluest Christum they ever saw Astrol- Â¬ ogers with all your knowledgi of the future you little know the prtsent or youd never be heartless enough to give such disnair Â¬ In a letter from Frank Miller a private in the U S A who is stationed at Anniston Military Camp Ala was a request to please forward to him his Brkck Â¬ knuiikik Nkwi after they had fiulshd reading it at home Frank took the News several years before he j lined the army Jin1 Worland Carter and little son James Edwin spent Christmas with re- Â¬ latives down In Breckenridge county We will venture the aesution that Mrs Carter has the prettiest baby in this part of the country this is a very broad as srtion to make but we can prove it by the baby Many a household is Baddencd by death because of the failure to keep on hand a safe and absolute certain cure for croup such as One Minute Cough Cure See that your little ones are protected against emergency Short Haynes Hush mother I You women nover understand anything Living for your children and with your children makes you lower your mind to tho lovel of tho intellect of tho youngsUrs As for mo I say to you again that these men nro beggars scoundrels tho worst kind of cowards and if ill luck should mako our Christian capablo of such infamy us theirs as truo as my nnmos George Lory and that I havo served seven years as n French soldior I would rnn him through with my sword And with a torriblo look half rising the blacksmith pointed to liis Jong sabor hanging on tho wall boneath his sous picturo n portrait taken in Africa of a soldier in zouavo uniform but with such an hon est Alsatian face tanned by tho sun that the eight suddenly calmed tho father mid ho said laughingly It wns won I looked nt tho picture As if our Christian could beoomo a Prus sian t Put into a better humor by this idea tho good man gnyly finished his dinner and soon followed it up wfth a couple of pints of beer at tho Ville do Stras bourg inn At last his wife was alone After putting tho littlo flaxen hoads to bod and listening to thoir prattle in tho next room which sounded like a nostful of birds going to sleep she took her work and sat down to knit before tho doornt tho garden sido of the house From timo to timo sho sighed as she Yes I know it well thoy thought are cowards and renegades but what Their mothers will be doos it matter glad to see thorn baok onco more all the same Aud sho thought of tho times before her son had gouo with the army how at this hour of tho day he used to dovote himself to thocaroof tho garden In her mind sho could see him clad in blouse his hair long his beautiful hair which thoy had cut off when ho bocanie a zouave filling his watering can at the well near by hor Suddenly sho started Tho littlo gate nt the end of tho garden which opened on tho fields was ajar Tho dogs had not barked notwithstanding the faot that sonio one had como over the wall like a robber and was gliding in and out among tho beehives Mothorl Her Christian stood beforo her ashamed and tronbtod his tongne thick from drink his uniform disheveled The miserable lad had roturued from Africa with the others but for an hour nod been rambling outside tho house waiting for his fathers departure His mother felt it her duty to scold him but Hie had not tho heart to do it If hnd been such a long timo siuco sho had seen him So sho embraced him instead Then ha gave hor such good reasons for his rptnru Ho hated the country where be had beon It grieved him to bo so far away from homo and his comrades called him a Prussian bocause of bis Alsatian accent He told her all this and sho believed it Sho only had to look at him to believo anything Talking incessantly they entered the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ houEO Twenty Years Proof Tutts Liver Pills keep the bow elsinnaturalmotionand cleanse the system of all impurities An absolute cure for sick headache dyspepsia sour stomach con- Â¬ stipation and kindred diseases Â¬ Cant do without them R P Smith Chtlesburg Va writes I dont know how I could do without them I have had Liver disease for over twenty years Am now entirely cured IRVIrv V Hi t lie sold Mfich Tutts Liver Pills Tho youngsters awoke and ran in In barefooted to em braco their big brother Thoy wanted him to eat something but ho was not hungry only thirsty oh so thirsty I So ho drank pints of water in placo of thowlua and beer to which ho had been treating himself all day at the inn A stop was heard in tho court Alas DUKES it was tho blacksmith returulngl Chtlhtian there is your father Hoads are in a bad condition Hide yoursolf quickly until I have time The school children are having recess to speak to him to explain alii cried tho mother pushing her son behind the this week great Henry Hay and wife of Uloyerport ed to earthenware stove while she start sowing ouco moro with trembling attended services Sunday Augers Unfortunately the zonavoa cap He v Wlnfred of Patesville preached rested on a chair and it was tho first thing Lory saw when he entered This Sunday at the school housa Xmas Is gone aud every body is sweet theu oxplained bis wifos pallor ber embarrassment Ho understood it all once more Christian is hero ho crlod furious Â¬ Hey Snead failed to meet his appoint ly and taking down his sabor with a ment and there will be no services this gesturo of rogo rushed behind the stove whord tho eouave pale and sobered week was Xmas is past and sore heads and black for crouching leaning against the wall fear of falling eyes are evidences of over indulgence ol The mother threw herself botween Are water them Lory Lory do not kill him I she Jack Sinileys horses started to run It was I who wrote him to re Â¬ away during servicer Sunday but only cried 70a needed him at the ran a short distance and was stopped by forge running foul of a tree She pinna to htliubuAAimt4 their nightgowns sobbing draggcrJhlmTitiCIiTuT TuTSelr room tho weeping childron could hear thoir parents voices one full of tears tho other of anger so changed that thoy could hardly recoguizo thorn Tho blacksmith stood still a moment and looked at his wifo Ah it wns you was it that made bim return Very woll Ho mny go to bod I shall see what I will do in tho morning Tho next day Christian awoko after sleep full of nigbtraaroand torrortoflnd himself in the room whero ho had slept when a child Across tho little lead framed panes grew a hop vine in flower and the sun was already high in tho heavens Below tho hammers sounded on tho anvil His mother was at his bedside She bad not left him during the night bo causo sho feared her husbands rage might return Her husband also had not sought hiB couch for until it was dawn ho had walked about tbo houso weeping sighing opening and shutting tho drawers of tbo presses and now that it was day had quietly entered his sons room dressed as for a journey with high gaiters a largo hat and car Â¬ rying an iron forruled mountaineers eta ft Ho came up to the bed baying only Get up The boy a triflo confused started to put on his zouave uniform Not that said his father sternly But he has no otbors his mother interposed Give him miuo then I shall not need them any moro While his son was dressing Lory carefully folded the uniform nnd mak ing a pockago of it hung it by its strap over tbo end of his stick Now come down stairs ho said at last nnd the three went down to tho forge without speaking Tho bellows roared tho men wero at woik The sight of tho open shed door rominded the zouave of his childhood how ho hnd played there so long between tbe warm road and the door where tho sparks of the forgo sbono in the blaok coal dust A feoliug of tenderness camo over him a desire to have his fathers pardon bnt when he lifted hia eyes he encountered an inoxorable glance At last the black smith spoko My son suld ho here are tbe anvil and tho tools all are yours And all this too added ho pointing to tho littlo garden full of tho sunlight and tho humming of bees framed in the be Tho hives tho vinos smokod doorway tbo house all belong to you As you havo sacrificed your honor for these things it is only right that you should take caro of thorn You are niastor over all here As for me I am goiug away You owe five years to France and I am going to pay them for you Lory Lory where are you going cried his poor wife Fatherl wept hia son But tho blacksmith had gone walk ing away with great strides without turniug ouoe At at tho garrison of tho Third zouavos not many days later tbero was enrolled among thoso who had enlietod as volunteers ouo whoso ago had passed half a century by fivo years From tho Fronch of Al phonse Daudet For Short Stories Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Siddi-bel-Abb- VAMAM AAA VESTS Peace on Earth Good Will to Men WE ARE NOT UNMINDFUL OP THE FAVORS GRANTED US BY THE PUBLIC IN THE PAST YEAR t I J AND WE HOPE BY THE SAME PRICES THE SAME GOODS AND THE SAME TREATMENT TO MERIT THEM DURING THE COMING YEAR V A Happy and Prosperous New Year to Ah i f AwWAAWWWWWWWWAWtiWWIWWVWVVVvvvvvyvyyvvj YESTS MoitlnQaiBtlly m For broken limbs chilblains burns Â¬ scalds bruised shines sore throat and sores of every kind apply IIALLAHDS SNOW LINIMENT It will give imme dlatu relief nnd heal any wi unil Price A It Fisher 25 eta aud SO els 1 Â¬ Soldier Poet We cal thu attention ol our readird to the ppem entitled The Heglur Army Man which appears on thu first pag of this paper It was written for th Nkws by Frank Miller of the 2nd United States Infantry Franks home is at Guston where bis parents reside A rrtrtby VERMIFUGE For 20 Yiars Has Led all Worm Ramadies VtmmM AXtXj XXlT7OOXS08 SOJJD Det In QIUj W ORMS XI IT WHITES CREAM Mh vrfi F JAMES v - RALLARIV r svw WW f Inula v aw For sale by A I Fisher Cloverport Ky Send tortthat 260 to tho Breokknridob News and get a and tho Nkws free of charge for one year 500 Bible liao e fH ta cm To Curp CoiMllpatlou Voraver Take CuacarttU Candy CaUwrda 10a or Ma wtimmm rwd jii l Ai-AiL- v fi w F - W iwTfwi Sue Robert Wntklns of Owensboro is the guest of her little hostess Marg tret Moorman T wPnW T VT W Aycrs Iherry Pectoral When tho doctors considered mo incurablo Ayea Cherry Pectoral cured mo of SUNDAY GOES TO JAIL EFENDING of S48 3S 93SCBasS ro4 Oallowiy Is Not Yet Out Trouble Wiatherholt of Tobias port is the guest of Mr and Mrs Curt Weatherholt Mr and Mrs Genrgp Ilently of Ha tMvilk- - ppenl Christmas at Mr himI Mm Mica Ktnmn Serious SCRAP A W H Maml Cutting Affray the Aftermath of FN DHujh MIbh hrmlc Bronchitis L B LARDINOIS Rosiore Wis HALF SIZD DOTTLES lf F B 50c Breckenridge WEJNFTaY DhO News 28 IM8 i Margiret ltiminer returned from a three moiths visit to Dallas Texis Saturday night Miss Uu88le Wilson of Corjdon Hen riereon county Is visiting Rev T V Joiner and wife Mis Um Unlike of Stephensport spent Christina with her daughter Mrs John Welsenberg Mr and Mrs John Ruifrow of Sul phur Wells are tho guests of Mr and Mrs Mr Christmas Pleasantries Two Eastland Youths Try to Carvs Each Other Up Â¬ i Local Brevities Kiyer la J rising A happy New Year to all Tobacco la coming in Blnwly Winter wrather la predicted 5 f -- SfrK 1 Rabbits are plentiful on tlie market UusJlrown of Hardinsburg is in the city Mr John Blrk of Henderson is in the city Rev T V Joiner will preach at Holts next Sunday Harry Moorman of Owensboro spent Sunday In the city Buckeye State paseed down Monday with a big trip Samuel Beavin of Ulendeane was in the city yesterday Thomas Pullick of Guuton was in the city Monday Monday was observed a legal holiday by the banks Mrs John Neubeaur is in Owensboio with relatives The school children are enjoying the holiday vacation Felix Elder of Russellville is in the city visiting friends The town has been crowded with visitors the past week Mrs 0 E Llghtfoot is the guest of rel- Â¬ atives at Sorghotown Frank Boyd and wife of Owensboro were in the city Sunday Reaction has set in and there is a temporary quiet in business t Ezpres3 business was very heavy at this point during the holidajB Snow and rain are sharing honors in the contest for vjried climute Walter Smart returned from a weeks stay at Paducah Saturday evening Mrs V L Smith and granddaughter county were in the city last week The eclipse of the moon last night was not visible oning to the clouds Miss Mangle Lewis went to Louisville Mouday to vsit her grandparents Guy Oelze of Troylnd was the guest of Mr and Mrs Alfred Odlzi Inst week Mr and Mrs Waifi ld Hendricks county were in towu Thursday shopping Ay alter May spent Christmas with his parents Mr and Mrs Charles May Sr Miss Bessie Harris of Tar Fork spent Christmas with her cousin Mary E Far ber The bunting season closes January lit After that date it shall be Illegal to kill quail V Duncan spent Christmas II with his son David Duncan at Brandenburg Bowling Green parties have under contemplalon the organizition of a law Â¬ Walter Windelkeu ant wife t Morton Gap are the guefcts of Mr and MrB Henry Wiridelken O B MuUiLgy lias btt n awarded the contract of carrying the mail Irom the post cilke to the depot Ed Nolle of Louisville la ependig the holidays with the family of Ills brother J iiliuu Nolle R II Hawkins and daughter Mr Elslo LaHeist spent Christmas with her mother Mrs U Father Mr aiid Mis William Durst of Let it port spent Christmas with Mr ami Mrs Wm Mullen in this city Ilibt Nlohols Albt Adams and Walter Barho en Â¬ gaged inaqunrnl nl Eutlnnd just out sdo the city limit Sunday niornin The quarrel was the result of a few pleai autries which had b en indulged in be tween the two ou OtiriMiiinfi It r siiltid in lie of tho youth lirii tite other They ratnti ttgetlicr ami vlen they were parted it was found that Adam hid carviil Bubo viciously with n r zo Three ugly wuitmls ero it llicted Tao nereiu tlu liuk One of the cuts was elyht inches long and the other four UarboN ear was nlo slit with tlio wta A neweuitof clothe aud a new pon hat Mere ruined by the free ihu of the raztr Barbos woumlt noiii of which were dangetoui were dreweil by Dr RalTerty Â¬ -- iitlloway who shot at Clyde Mo rlson nnd Oitv Marshal Graham and w in ills j tried to administer medicine to Cliarhs Iislicn against the hitters will whs granted a jury trial before Jude Sklilmati yesterday afternoon and wns found guilty Ton days in jail and 25 fine was tho veruict ThiHiloiHtint end Gallnwayn trouble as he lias yet to face a charge of shootit g without wounding This will bring him before the Circuit Court and Involves n more or less severe penalty -- ML fe La grippe roubles nnd 1UB thcr diseases of ms mem tho mu VM THE NATION arrh isourcoutt u i and fatal re t MlltS v ire alarming quency ah oi A JKJKnurwstiamv theso troubles are catarrh nnd WSIIIir cannot exist whero tho membranes are clean and follow Uh TO OUR PATRONS A nmwkwm WWM i healthy TOBINSPORT AV IND - la grlppMrs Martin Frank is no better Mrs Nnn Gravis was sick last wetk K Iolk has with urlppe Rv Ferrell preached nt the Baptist church here Suuday Santa Olnus has come and tho little girls and boys nre happy Powell is in llanesvllle to visit his daughter Mrs Z Ferrell Mhs Rose iolk is spending Christmas Mith Mrs L L Rodgers of Cloverport Jim L oils lias joined the regular arm and will leave for Lexington next Friday As this is my first time 1 will come again if thm doeB not find its way to the waste basket Mr Bud Biven went to Louisville to spend Christmas with his daughter Mrs Charles Colviu G B bhaw is at Mr M Franks to spend Christmas Jlra Shaw ia with her mother who la very pick Prof We heard a farmer remark the other day that the Biilckekuidoe News was the best county paper that he knew of Deafness Cannot be Cured local applications as they cannot tells in her letter how Dr Hartmans cured great catarrh remedy her of la grlppo ami serious lung comShoaays plication com I was afflicted with a disease years monly known as lagrippo two ago tho doctors said I had consumpand tion I got one bottlo of the second night my cough stopped I took several bottles and I will say that I believe I would bo a dead woman now If It had not been for Mary M Prultt Palpa Mo says o Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 5 Pe-ru-Pe-ru-- Mrs Lou Davis Fayottcvillo Tcnn t m PAST YEAR lias been a very prosperous one with Ub and wo attribute this fact to our customers Wo havo tried to make our relutions with our patrons the very Our goods our prices and our methods have been use w o realize pleasamVet honest bet that our business success depends up Our Christmas trade on tho con iidence tuat people havo in us was fmo an el we thank our patrons for their liboral patronage We are now starting in on tho new year and wo extend to you all wishes for a COLD BATH Taken by Bob Barry the Well Known William Victor Bowmer was in the city last umk Ho was the guest of Mr and Mrs W II Bowmer Rose Jelly for chap ed Imndi and the complexion is a most delightful prepara tion Call for it at Sulzjra Mr and Mrs John Ren fro a and Ron noy lt nfrow of Ohio county are visit- Â¬ ing Mrs Rachel Weatherholt Holiday traffic on tho Headers in route was unusually heavy extra coaches had to be used on the day trains Mrs Eugene Haynes and daughter Ruth were in Louisville on a shopping expedition Friday and Saturday Â¬ Printer O Ferry Boat Fell Between the C and the Landing Float Medicine Co Columbus O I had la grippo for threo successive years it seemed to get a tighter hold on mo each year It seemed I was in tho jaws of death What had helped mo beforo would not do me any good of I saw an advertisementnnd cured moI it procured two bottles I hfvo not felt anyInsymptom since any way yoli You may use this please Pe-ru-n- a Pe-ru-- Happy New Year Trade with us liberally next year as you did last and you will havo a prosperous year that is if prosperity is achieved through economy Respectfully Mr Austin Popham of Louisville has arrived to spend the holidays wild his parents Mr and Mrs Mike Popham Mrs Allie Williams and children of Waitmau are the guests of Mrs Will iams pareutB Mr and Mis Joe Porter Mis Stephen Wilson and children left Monday for Louisville where they will spend several weeks with relatives and friends Â¬ Mrs George Reese of Pnuvilr who has bren the uuest of relatives at llanes yille and this city returned home Sun- Â¬ school X Ed Goodnight returned from a tour through southern Indiana Saturday evening Misses Eflle and Sal lie Swaggot attend Â¬ ed the entertainment at Skjllman Christ- Â¬ mas eve Rev V B Rutledgo and family went to Mt Washington Ky to visit relatives Saturday i- - WILLIAMS A LITTLES 1893 LIST OF 4 DAVIESS COUNTY FARMS FOR SALE 1 sr Tract No 1 Sold Tract No 2 108 acres near Worthing ton on Texas Railroad about 13 miles high level land 115 from Owensboro acres cleared buildings two large tobacro barns three tenant houses Price 20 per acre Tract No 3 Sold Tract No 4 115acrea four miles from 0ensboro Buildings dwellings and barn Price 23 per acre Tract No 5100 acres eight miles Lnvel black land 00 from Owensboro acres cleared Building dwelling six rooms tenant house barn hoVjug 16 acres of tobacco Price 25 per acre Tract No 0100 acrtu four miles south of Owensboro Buildings two ten Â¬ ant houses and barn Price 35 per acre Tract No 7 116 acres 11 miles from Buildings Rolling land Owensboro house five rooms tine shade tenant house two good barns 00 acres cleared Prlc 12 60 per acre day evening Walter Oelz is home from colhge He looks us though he has enjoyed splendid He is attending college at health Georgetown Julian Brown one of Breckenridge countys hustling young men was in the city several days last week delivering his crop of tobacco James Dean Frank and Jesse Moorman of the Glendeano neighborhood were delivering their tobacco to local buyers of this city last week Robert McAdams of Hawesville is in the city the guest of MBlcolm OBryan Robert is to go to New York to prepare to enter the priesthood Miss Bettie T and Master William Shull Haswell the beautiful children of Frank Haswell went to Hardinsburg Monday to visit their grandparents Mr Frank Rupert ofTar Fork finished delivering his crbp of tobacco last week He had nearly II T Jarvis to A B 18000 pounds and realized 7 5 and 1 Capt J H Rowland and wife who have been visiting Mr and Mrs Alfred Taylor Rosetta have returned home accjmpanied by Mies Bettie Taylor who will bo their guest Mr H V Duncan has reached Ashe villle N O safely with her sou Court- Â¬ ney She saja they aie pleasantly situ ated and has great hopes for the recovery of Courtneys health J T Daniels formerly janitor of the Methodist church at this place but who is now located at Lswisport is in the city visiting his daughter He thinks of moving back to the city The Misses Alllene and Minnie Mur- Â¬ ray went to Henderson Monday to be the guests of Mies Alice Dixon A de- Â¬ lightful reception was given in their honor Monday evening JIis Ellzi Bandy Union Star spent Christmas day with her daughter Mrs E A Kissam from here she went to Owensboro where she will be the guest of her brother Samuol R Moredock during the holidays Mr and Mrs Tom Arnold arrived in amp Shlpp Anniston the city from Tom is regimental bar- Â¬ Ala Monday ber for the Fourth Kentucky and la home on a furlough While absent he added to himself a better half Congrat- Â¬ ulations The play of Uncle Josh given by the local A O U W Lodgi Monday andTutsday nights was largely attend ed Those who witnessed the drama A full said it was well luterported write up of the play will appear next Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ It ibert Barry of Cloverport Ky aud formerly foreman of tne job rooms of the Ulade who was called here bv the death of his sister Misi Alice Barry had a very narrow eEcape from death at tho C O ferry landing Wednesday night He and his wife were comiog from tho train aud were in the hack Bob stand thought he saw his brother-in-lait g on the ferry iloat and getting out of ttiu buck attempted to btep on tho that Itisead he went down between the fliat and terry boat wai crushing her way to the 11 iit and Bob was in iiuineut datigir of being killed by the boat even if he escaptd the cold water Ho was rescued iu time however and almost frozen was taken up tho bank to thaw out He lost his hat while taking his involuntary bath It was a very close call aud Bob wants no more hatha in the Ohio iu zero weather Portsmouth O Blade Mr Barry is foreman of the BheckkN mucin Ntwsand his many friends hero rejo ce at his escape He returned home Sunday nig it and is now back at his old post entertainment Wednesday for the benefit of the M E and Baptist churches Everybody is cordially inyited Mrs R A Smith will havo the arrangement of tableaus of which she always makes a Â¬ SULZERS SS53E3S53C3S3 by Indiana Pioneer Dead Another of Spencer countys honored pioneer citizens has passed from earth After a very short illuess Hon Wilson Huff died on Saturday December 10 at his home in Huff township at the advanced age of eighty seven years He was born in Breckenridge county Ky February 14 1812 For teu years he served Spencer county as surveyor and lower house of the Indiaua and 1881 Ae wa9 a mem- Â¬ ber of the state convention that framed the present constitution of Indiana in 1850 51 He was also at one time a member of the county board of commissioners legisla-turel845-ll Â¬ reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure Deafness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed condi- Â¬ tion of tho mucous lining of the Eusta Â¬ chian Tube When this tube gets in- Â¬ flamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entire- Â¬ ly closed Deafness is the result and un- Â¬ less the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal con- Â¬ dition hearing will bo destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by ca- Â¬ tarrh which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Dure Send for circulars free F J CHENEY Co Toledo O eSjrSold by DruKdista 75c Halls Family Pills are the best success Mr Eugane Gillilands school closed lost Friday He is a young gentleman of great ability and the patrons are pleased with his school and ate only sorry he could not continue some months longer He goes from here to attend the State Many good wish- Â¬ Colli gd at Lexington es attend him House Sold Haynes sold the two story Short frame house at tho corner of Oik and Railroad streets to E S McAfee this week Mr McAfee is bridge foreman for 100 on the Henderson aud will reside there in the future NEW YEARS GREETING WILSON JONESWF FORDSVILLE KY Wish Everybody a Start Right Tho Now Year is here A HAPPY NEW YEAR STEPHENSPORT la grippe Uev Start it Â¬ is the order of the day Beare was in town one day last week Mrs G W right by purchasing your goods during the next year vllero you will got tho most for your money Payne is quite sick at this writing R N Vaughan has a very bad case of t has been our endeavor to net something to please everybody We cannot begin to enumerate all the different articles both useful nnd ornamental that we have to show you and that we want to sell ou Hut our Holiday Goods arp not the only nttrwtions we have to show jou We are overloaded with siveral lints of goods ind are forced to make some very low prices to move them out especially does this Htiply to our line of High Grade Mai kintoshes Woolen Dress Goods Percales Hose Mens Rubbers Queens lmun Table Clothp Towels Ladies lleecH-lim-vare Etc Etc In fart we are pretty well flled up in every lino i 50 Mackintoshes for We aro sellinu S8 00 Mnrkintnfdits fo50 4 50 5 50 Mackintoshes for 175 4 50 Mackintoshe tor 100 Our SI 35 Mackintosh is neap at 200 See it Our bi sales on d - SUITS OVERCOATS AND ODD PANTS Gripie Mr Geo Jamison is sick at the Smith Hotels Miss Etta English is home from Hop Honest Prices Honest Goods kinsvife Mrs Ben Lay is confined at home with rheumitism Iheysay June Haynes is getting quite jolly f late Dont Jiisa the entertainment as it will be sometiing good Mrs Wjll Pettit who has been real low Success comes to these who persevere If you take Hoods Sarsaparilla faithful- Â¬ ly and oersistently you will surely be we are underselling all competitors n thisclass of goods it in need of anything in this line cometoie us and you will go no further On il Dress Goods over 25c per yard we will allow a discount of LO per cent until iauuary 1 1800 Our 10c and lLJc Percales to go at 80 Linen Table Cloths Towels Fleece lined hose and Queensware will also go at 20 per cent discount for tle remaiuder of the year Mens Itubbers that usually sell for 50c to go at 33c Yea we will have plenty of Uaudy for everyone Our candy order amounted to over 3000 pounds bo you see that we will be piofe beyond a doubt that HEADQUARTERS FOR CANDY 1 benefited Birthday Party Miss Edna Jarboe entertained a num- Â¬ ber of her friends at her home Monday is now improving night in honor of her birthday The Rev Gtjloway filled his appointment guests were invited to como early aud here Sundty last Refresh stay late which they did John W Jarrett Jr was home from ments were served and a delightful his school st Shiloh Sunday time was had Masters farl and Floyd Armstrong of Sample spuit Sunday in town Social Dinner Miss Anna Lillard entertained a numEverts Elgllsh ia home from Lexington ber of her girl friends at her homo at 3 College to siend the holidays oclock dinner yesterday afternoon The Miss Celia Rallegh of Louisville is affair was a most pleasant one and the apending th week with relatives young hostess was highly complimented Herman Ly is home from hia school for her tact at Walnut Gpve for the holidays Big Postal Business Floyd Millqr of Henderson will be The local post oflice did a tremendous home this we to spend New Years business during the holiday week Mr and Mrs Tom Wright of Fords About sixty packages a day were averag- Â¬ ville are with er father Mr J Stilea ed and the stamp bales amounted to over Misa Kate illen of Chenault is ex-Â¬ 8 dally pected to visit Hends here this week One Minute Cough Cure cures Now it is a fcappy New Year the That la what It was mada for day for tho turnig of thnt selfsame leaf Santa Claus haj come and gone glad Â¬ dening the heartof the old and young Heber Roberts came down to spend Christmas with his cousin Miss Ida Â¬ Â¬ Honest Values Are tho threo considerations practico economy Theso can be procured by trading at Â¬ iiiest Grado Stick Candy Gc per pound liirber Pole 7C per pound luicy Candies 8c and 10c per pound Penny Goods of Every Description l that guarantoo you an opportunity to WANTEDS I OOO CROSS TIES If you have any Tie Timber for sale it or which we will pay highest market prices sure to see us before selling Youm Very Xruly W I Brown IRVINGTON KY Stray Notice WILSON FORDSVILLE BIG SPRING two JONES KENTUCKY guest of oue of the fairer sex a day or The Bargain Center Your week Watch this ipace for tho rest of our mt Will divide any tract to tult purchaser Terms on everything one third caib balanceIf In nne two and three yean or longer time Hat Jane and Ella Smith the little daugh Â¬ ters of Dr Smith are very much die tressed over an accident that happened The latter was to their little do absentoirom home one day lact week and when he turned one of his eyes had been knocked out Mr and Mia J G Stephens close their home Alta Vista tomorrow Mr Stephens goes to F orida to spent the remainder of the winter with his son Miubr Stopheua In Lakeland Fla and Mrs Stephana will visit her daugh Â¬ ters Mrs T JMinary and Mrs Ooldwell Norton of Louisville until Mr Stephens returns in the spring Iu bllliouHiiesP HEROINE by expell og from the body the execta of bile and acids improves the awimilative purifies the blood and tones up and strengthens the entire 60 eta A It FUher i Your dootor knows all about foods and modlolnoB Tho noxt timo you boo him just ask him what ho thinks Doctor Knows Jarrett Mies Lee Perriga of Evansyllle Ind who lias been visitpg relatives returned home Sunday Remember the ettrtaintneut of tab leaus music and relations to be given at City Hall Woduaday evening Deo 28th Mrs Fanny Bashan of Kansas and Mrs Naucy Dowell d near Sample are visiting their sister aid daughter Mrs G W Payno TaVen up as a stray by D T Dowel tiling near binkinc Creek on Ilrandenburir road In llrecken nilge county on the loth day of November 1S98 one red and white spottnd nw unmarked about ten years old and which 1 have appraised at the value of eighteen dollars Witness my hnnd this aclh diy of November 1898 A Copy By CUNT Attyx J OWTtr CUNNINGHAM HOOK D C n CC Joseph Medley and family will leave The Christmas tree was quite a suc- Â¬ for Louisville next week where they cess will make their home Bro Walton preached for us Sunday Henry Hardin who is traveling for night Simmons Hardware House of St Louis Miss Lill Clarkson Is visiting friends was home a few days Christmas in Louisville Dock Springate and wife o Custer Koy Hollis of New Albany is here were here a few days the guest of her visiting Joe Foor parents Mr and Mrs Kit Martin Will Korris of Texas Is here visiting father Tavlor Norris his for Fifty Cents Misses Ora Walton Zelma Strother are Ouarnntetd tobano lialilt cure makes weak tueuatrouirbluoU Dure 60c 1 All drugwUts visiting Mrs Hay near Owensboro Ben Clarkson Jr of Louisville was down home to spend Christmas day Foster Lyon Jr of Irvlngton was the guest of Mias Ilortense Miller Christmas day Mies Shelly Miller of Maze Grove was tho guest of Miss Seunie Meyer FARM FOR SALE Sunday millKK will Ulaoffered for sals at the Court L llouio Door llardiniburif Kyon the third Ilaryey Jenkins of Glendale was Monday In January lS a tract of land of 140 down for OhriBtmas the guest of Miss acres known as the Wm McG jry farm hear Kirk Ky on a credit of six twelve and eighteen months Ruby Miller o be sold by order ol Court llAHNKb A KINCHELOb Kins Miller and family of Vertrees is Attorneys for HaintlrTe heie visiting her parents Mr aud Mrs O O Mai tin Notice In Bankruptcy It is rumored that a certain widower In the District Court of the United States for the District of Kentucky Owensboro Division around here will shortly take unto him In he minor of Wm T Matlingljr bankrupt The tirst meeting of the creditors of Wm T Mat al abetter half llnuly llaokmpt will be held m two oclock Mrs Holland of Louisville who was on the 31st day of December 1 at at the law poHice 60S llardinsbure Ken here visiting her son Richard returned ot It N Miller In the City ofDKAN Referee lucky J A borne last Wednesday Rev day Moorman who is filling a Administrators Ntlee All persons having claims against the estate of mission work at south Lettchfield ia Atkinson dtceaseiKwil pleaee preseat same John home ependiug tho holidays to me in Wardlnsburi Ky uroperly proven on or bebre March lit lioS A persons Indabted to Owen Dr Strotiier will leave or 1 tald estate tIU settle same arqaee C V CASUMAN AdmV JpoAMewr boro Wednesday where he will be the A BEAUTIFUL GIFT Scons Emulsion of God Llvor Oil with Hypo- phosphltoB The holidays aro fast approach- Â¬ ing If you havo a friend you aro going to remomber on Christmas what would bo more appropriate as a gift than a fine Oxford Teachers Bible bound in morocco You can get such a Biblo with tho Brkok enridqe News for one year for You cant buy the Bible at 32G0 retail for less than 250 any whero in tho world By this arrangomont you practically get tho Nkwb freo for ono year Tho Childs Bible a beautiful Work for children and the News for one year ior 200 tWANTS 1 Drop iu a postal card and we will Mnd you a full to trust la his answor For twonty flvo yonrs doc- Â¬ tors havo prosorlbod our Emulsion for palonosa woak nose norvous oxhaustion and for all diseases that causa loss in floeh Its oroamy color ana its r1nnonnf nnfrt rnfllm It nR poolnlly usoful for thin and aououto onuaron No othor nrooarntlon of cod- lttrnw nil la lllrn it Tinnt Irian timo and risk your health by and untried Keep in mind BOOTTS thatstood the has EMULSION i Wo aro willing WILLIAMS JI4I J Third LITTLE Stree4L quarter of SCOTT 30c century test for a sjsem Price an4 II opt all druagttit BOWNb CtumlMVtUw York 0WN5B0R0 KENTUCKY Mr Vestor Parr onlof our home boys who la attending medial college at Nash- Â¬ ville Tenn spent a fM days last week with his father The supper Xmaaevwas quite a sue cess in every particularconsidering the bold Grippe has upon th community aa most every home has a vtim MIps Etta Eogllah whoSas been with her sister near Hopkinsvle and Evarta English who is attendingtollega at Lex Â¬ ington are home for the blldays It is wonderful how tasti tnaalfests II BelL It was remarked o one young lady that ahe was wanted i a tableau aa n argel to have wlnga Tvesald ahed rather be a Hawk and live k chlckea The ladles o Btenhenapc rlwlll give an AlOBt to - JilPB those Lady Guthrie1 shooK Iter Head in 7rrvi mg m sssssssssssssssisssi rav Physicians Recommend DearSir As you can wellitnaRine the worry and arduous duties of a hotel man jeer during busy season of the Worlds Fair were sufficient to break down a man ol more natural strength than myself Towards the close of the Fair season I found mysell languid dull bilious and nervous not taking the interest of a healthy man in my business Our house physician recommended your Blood and Liver Remedy and Nerve Tonic as the best remedy his life long experience in practice had discovered for my restoration and it accomplished the work completely To day I am n well man thanks toyourgreatremedy M M Springfield O May 14 1804 Fredonia N Y Fennkr M DRuaaisr A FACE IlArdinsburg Kentucky laug lug looking smiling reading thoir own tender meanings into tho most trivial iuoidents of tho oveniug Margot watched them fascinated in spito of horsolf How differently thoy behaved from horsolf and her lover Tbo man leaned slightly forward ho had got it badly Don would hnvo said Every now and then his coat eleovo whito touchod tho little Immovable gloved hand next his and lingered for n mouHnt caressingly Margots oyes grow tender abstracted It was so pretty so natural It woko her sympathy nnd gavo hern pleasant littlo feeling of com panionship Almost unconsciously sho herself moved a littlo closer Are you attending Margot I dont boliovo youvo heard n word Ivo said Margot started her cheeks allamo and turned to him in generous apology Dear Im so sorry How dreadful of mo Its all so fresh nnd now and wonderful to 1110 you see Im a bit scatter braiuod Such intelligence ns I hnvo is limited to ouly taking in ouo thing at a timo Tell mo till about it again Ill listen truly Do forgive mo Richard Â¬ Â¬ lovur to haved moro ut ouo expect behave uvon iu public tlmt lio should show some sort of open priilu of possession of glad proprietorship In tbo row lrnnudiately iu front nf them there was a ga nbsorbed young couple ohattiug stern disolaimor wnit sho said sngoly Walt And Mnrgot waited Tonight for tho first tlmo sho saw something of tho rovcrtu fid if her ts it now pictuto tho canvas back disloyal to wish that Mr l 11 ck be Â¬ NO TEESPASSING n 1899 It was dolightfnl hot afternoon nnd under thu trees Elysium itsolf The path ran through a tunnel of foliago between whicli glimpses of tliu river parallol were overy now and then be trayed by natural vistas if yuu happen to kuow tho road to Lonoro beforo thu path to Ashnoss Bridge forks off in Â¬ We Dont Want a Cent of Your Money Unless wo cnri givo you eutisfuctory bargains in Huts Caps Shirts Neckwear Clothing nnd Gents Furnishing Goods remm9 JSft3gxWg TlTTTTl Tun Hkcunninu kw Kiocii in a Xkw Ybab is tiik Openino of tub Gatb To a From the Sanskrit the Ui8T0itY ok Every Man 01 THE DEAD GARDENER shroud The bloisoma that blazon their Unuty bold Or the shy little wilding that hardly can hold Its liend erect In n crowd Tho lordly Illy and queenly roso IIo watered nnd trellisid well Yet ho loved tho tlnlcpt flower that blows And only tho heel troddin dnly knows Where tho dew of hit teardrop fUll Marlon M Miller In Criterion Whnt In Utm shall wo layIlia Ida fingers Who length In cold llcth nt styiu and moro oruato A conspicuous feature iu tho parlor was n superb leop ard skin which lay in front of thu fire place and mantel nud a littlo osido from either end of tho dining room labia wero two stands ou which perched purots 0110 of which had belonged to Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ please And woatd yon too in mistress fncs It la a flowery garden place Where knots of beauties luivo such uraot That all Is work and now here npuce la a Where It la a Which Jerome Buunpurto sweet delicious morn day ts breeding never lwrn meadow yet unshorn thousand Hon era do nilorn It la the heavena bright re flux Weak eyea to dazzle and to vex It ia th idea of her Hex Envy of whom doth worlds perplex la a faco of donth that amllex Pleasing though It kills the whiles Where death and lovo In pretty wiloa Each other mutually begullea It It The spring that winterd hearts renewth And thia la that my soul purputh Thomas Campion Seventeenth Century It It la fair beautys freshest youth ia the felgnd Elysiums truth AT THE PLAY How funuy to bo herewith youl Â¬ said sbo Ho started The phraso jarred him It was at onco inapplicable mid undig nified Ho turnud to her with n pained Delightful purfect axpressiou ho could hnvo continuentertaining ed expressions such as thote common placo as they would undoubtedly have boon A man may bo tender toward n womans rhapsodies about lior lover But wbou that lover is liimtulf funuy I Oh oh oh Sho clutched hiH arm Thu futiil adWhat funny pooplo jective again I This titnu ho winced winced twico doliboratoly lcht sho should mistnlco tho first tdgnal of distress as n uicro physical inlirruiry Shu continued quickly That reminds we I dont know why it reminds me but it does force of habit perhaps becnuso ho hatns bad ly turned out women to Don is up in town tonight Did you know I wonder if wo shall comu across him You zacun Lord Kilmoros youugor Â¬ Â¬ son You remember Don Her gluiHu meotiug his full showed eoino Hurpriso at his obviout ill temper She put her bund out hurriedly with u pretty unuiluctod gesturu of eympsithy Dear Youre uot ill Nothing irritates n man whoHo liver is out of order so much as being ru mindod of thu fact Tho deepening curves at Ohinuocks month grew positively rigid with irritation Of course not Is anything over tho matter with me How your imagination Tho runs away with you deurohtl dearest was a dutiful coucehbion to the situation but somehow hhonhr ink from it her ardor chilled thu keouuoxs of hor enjoyment marred already Wo have btill ten minutes to wait hu Mild He before tbe curtain rieon regretted his customary after dinner ooffeo What if I took thu opportuni ty of explaining to you tho motif of the play It is a trillo complex I wonld bo kind of you bio said with u little emilo but notwithstand ing her oyes showed soino disappoint ment as sbo scanned tho house Sho was longing to speak tho sweet banalities to which most lovers find it pleasant to listen to waku her bright lit t to comments and butterfly criticisms to sip to its full tho evenings cup of eva nescent enjoyment to bo iu a word herself thu creuturo of tho moment and his own Sho hud looked forward to tonight tho flrht of hor emancipation with rapturous excitement It will be al most as good as being his wifo tho hud confided to tho married sister tinder whoso clmperonago sho wus upending tho 24 hours in town whicli broko her Journey between hor Gloucestershire visTo it and her travols farther north havohim ull to mysolf for nwholo oven Ingl To feel that I really belong to him es ho belongs to mo I Can you imugine anything moro perfect Ludy Gnthrio could easily but sho did uot suy 6a Shu had ouly met Chin nock onco and ho impressed hor uh a prig and n boro nud Margins angry disclaimers could uot alter her sisters opinion You hnvo to marry him not II What does it she said comfortably matter what I think Hus well olf which is something At luaBt you can cougratulato yoursolf so far No 0110 can patronize you Your women friuuds wont be nblo to pass you an their un becoming last years clothing nor their husbands stulo tobacco Youre prejudiced Mnrgot replied All sisters are Which in a seneo was truo for Lady Guthries sympathy was openly unlisted on behalf of tho fcupogracoof thuKilmoro family young Dou Gurrick who had udorcd Margot inco sho trespassed barefacedly nud barefoot in thu Kilmoro door forest ns u little child But Margot having sys- Â¬ tematically dominated him for 18 yeurs Already felt tho pleasure might pall if Ho has becu so much long continued to me nil my life It would bo boring for him to becomo more still duriug tho rest of It 1 know him so well too sho said iu exesso for hor cold well But at objections suoh ai tMrtodnaM Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Her pleading broke down oven Chin But his shirt front looked extraordinarily FtilT nnd starch ed nud whito rather liko polished mar bio sho thought or was it only papier macho And Margot moved instinctively a littlo farther from him as ho continued Foremoflt in the ranks of our Inttcr day satirists Tamos Leo Hoey stands uneuakd Sho it was who practically founded the now school She stands alone Her disciples imitate laboriously her brilliant dialogue hor scintillating epigram Her thu girl repented vngnoly Her Why do yon speak of him us her Surely he is n man Do you mean ho asked Is it possiblo that si living woman exists who does not recognize tho supremo fact that this 0110 of our greatest writers I had ulmost said our 0110 great writer lion ored her sex by belonging to it I never realized that to belong to either sex was a question of ones own Margot said quietly I did volition not know that lames Leo Hooy was a woman and what is moro Im not especially proud of tho fact I dont nd miro her Sho is cynical nifd hard nud morbid I liko Hlioda Brnughton far lovo her in fact shos so far bettor human and Mrs Hungurford and dear Mrs Cliilord and Beatrico Hurradeu uud heaps of others Sho choked a littlo in iier excitement trying to keep back hor teats It was nil so trivial but sho had been petted and made much of all through hor hap py 18 years bur criticism usked her Repuls opinion deferred to and now ed hurt su tiering sho shrank away from him His kiss on greeting had been cold his kiss on parting might reasonably bo expected to bo frigid Sho sat in outward quietude hor head averted her thoughts tumultuous If tills was tho beginning what oh what would tho cud bo When thu curtain rose at length it was n relief but thu relief passed when it fell again If nn hour of him was so trying what would a lifetimo prove At tho second act hu left her to havu a cigarette in tho What u fool foyer Sho nt listlessly sho had been What a mistake sho had made I Was it irrevocable Ones people-know something after all so much Sho had thought him siia must admit cultivated charming They had met on u northern visit uud hu had been out deer stalking all day At night ho was too tired to proso overmuch nud his priggisliness had passed for culture Since their engagement thoy had mot for tho most part at big functions nud there it happened that until tonight thoy had really seen remarkably littlo of each other And what an awnkonlng tonight had brought Shu hold her programmo iu her hand looking at it with unseeing eyes How blurred it was how stained how liko her future lifu would be lived nut witli him A shadow crossed tho pago Sho look ed up A well remembered presenco made itself felt Mnrgot I Crying Sho sprung to hor foot gladly tricutching with her two umphantly hands at thu linn protecting fingers which gripped hers tnko slio said brokenly Oh Don mo hack llcaso tnku mu homo before bo comes ogaiu dear I cant stand him any moro Talk nonsense Don Tell mo Im ripping nnd a brick und jolly iu ull tho rust of tho dour delightful slangy terms Ami oh Don if you lovo mu dear make lovo to mo real love for always I Dont ever evor bu oultur ed or superior If I lovu yon I ho said And before tho look of his oyes hor own full But it did uot matter fur ho took her homo Ladios Fluid nocks indignation IN MEMOMAAT For 38 years tho house at 21 Bond street a specimen of n fluo Now York rcsidenco of CO years ago and long tho only private house remaining on what is now a business thoroughfare has re mained clusod except that a caretaker occupies tho basement Above this tho blinds nro tightly shut and a pull nt tho front doorbell awakens no response Thu house lias a deserted decaying look and even tho largo doorpluto has growu so tarnished that ouo reads with difficulty thnnnmo II Ward Henry Ward died ninny years ago and hiH sou Henry Hall Ward then bo camo owner nf tho houso It is since his death that tho upper portion of it bus remained closed nud so far as tho pub lic knows unfrequented by any human being Yet around this decaying resi deuce there clusters one of thu most charming romances ouo of tiiu most touching real lovo stories One sharer in this romanco passed nway when Henry Hull Ward died 28 years ago Tho other liguro in this ten der drama Miss Elizabeth Ann Iat tridgo is still living nt thu ago of 84 in n bouso to which sho camo on a two weeks visit to an aunt 10 years ago There sho ims remained over since surviving ull who were occupants of tho houso nt tho timo when sho arrived for iv fortnights visit which has now lasted twoscore years Tho aunt whom sho camo to visit was Mrs William G Ward n relative of Henry Hull Ward Tho romanco of their lives dntes further back than this for Miss Purtridgo lived witli Henry Hall Ward and his mother until tho hitters death Tho romanco of tho old Bond street house dates iroui tho death of tho man sho loved and who loved her whom sho was accustomed to walk half way dowu town to meet every day on his way homo from business anil from whom on his death sho inherited u Jifo inter est iu practically all his large estato but whom for reasons which all who have known of her romance havu puz zled over sho never married Seme say tho family opposed tho nmirlago on ac count of their closo relationship for Bo that as it may they were cousins Henry Hull Ward uud Klla Ann Partridge furnished Kuw York society with n romanco for many yeurs and even now thoso who have been iu society long enough to remember thu circumstances lovo to dwell upon it uud to point to it as a tender shoot springing up in a society iu which much is thought to bo calculating frivolous and vain When Henry Hall Ward died at Sara toga in 1873 thu executors to whom tho bulk of ids estato was left in trust for MUs Partridge wondered what disposition she would make of tho old Bond street houso Business was already beginning to spring up in its vicinity It was u valuablo piccu of real estate und capable if improved of yielding a largo income But Miss Partridge acted promptly and iu u way whicli more than anything olso sho could havu dono showed how tondorly sho held hor lovers memory There wero two servants In tho houso Mr Wnrdsvalot and tho hitters wifu To them sho gavo strict orders that in tho floors ubovu tho base ment not 11 thing was to bu touchod Everything oveu to tho books and papers was to remaiu exaotly us Mr Ward had left them when hu went to Sarutogu to dio Thu two people who had so faithfully served her lover luring his lifo were to remaiu iu cure of tho homo Further than this howover Miss Partridge showed an interest iu tho home of her lover which served to keep tho romanco of her lifo fresh in tho minds of all who know her Every day she walked dowu from hor residoucu iu Thirty seventh street to tho old Bond street house uud wont through it satis fying herself that except for tho niul luwuess of uddod ngu everything re mained exaotly tbe sumo as her lovor had left it Day ufter day tho lonely figure was soeu entering tho houso nud day ufter day she camu forth us if from the tomb of her hopes Ouly ouo change took placo iu thu interior uspect uud that change was due to hor duvotiou to her lovers memory To uppreciuto it ouu must kuow something about the liouBo und 0110 of ltd iumutos hobbies This honro is an old fashioned brick struoture with abasement three stories and au attlo with dormer windows Tho Iron posterns at thu front steps uro unusually oruute nud the front door with its old colouiul columns support ing u quaint lunette is u joy to tho student of old timo architecture Thu interior arrangements of the houso depart from thu usual Kuw York stylo of resi dence in that thu stairs uro placed far buck with u landing und a turn half way up from which u window looks out ou tho buck yard This gives uu uiunl spaciousness to tbo hall The fur- Â¬ niture of thu parlor uud tho dining room buck of it was of mahogany uot of the hwvy cum bersome kind Lat Jiubter In Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ T Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Henry Hall Wind had been very fond of birds The fonco of tho backyard was unusually high was covered with vines uud lined with dovecotu Tho parrots and doves wero great pots of Mr Wards Alter his death Miss Partridge bud them most carefully teudod As ouu by ouo they died she hud them itufTcd und placed iu a front hull room on tho second floor This is tho only particular iu which tho interior aspect of tho house was changed from tho ox act condition In whicli Mr Ward or Mr Hurry ns Miss Partridge would call him in speaking of him to his old servants left it For many years sho continued hor solitary visits and wnudcred through tbo house which had so many tender mem Â¬ ories for her for sho herself had lived there until tho death of her lovors mother but with tho lapse of years doubtless owing to thu fact that not n ray of snu could flud its way through thu tightly closed shutters tho houso be camo musty nnd tho books tho papers tho stufTud birds and tho many picturos nud objects of tasto began to show signs of decay Then Miss Partridgo took a stop which must havu given her heart n great Except for thu caretakers wrench quarters sho hud tho entire interior of tho houso stripped and everything taken to her residence nud from that timo her visits to tho houso have ceased but uven when the houso was boing stripped tho shutters wero uot opoucd and it is n fact that for 28 yours thoy have re mained tightly closed Henry Hall Ward to whom Miss Partridgo has remained so faithful for so many yeurs was ouo of the load or s of tho Now York society of his day and in which tbo Ward family is still repre sented by his cousins Geuornl William G Ward who was an oillcer iu tho United States volunteer servico during tho civil war nud Mr Chnrlos II Ward Mr Francis E Ward tho letters son is secretary of tho Seabright Golf club nnd another son Henry Ward is with Troop A in Porto Rico Henry Hail Ward was president of tbo Now York club in its early days when it hud delightful quartors iu tb old Hniglit houso nt Fifth nvenuo nni Fifteenth street Ha was also n prom ncnt member of tho Union club and if tho Society of tho Cincinnati of which ho was ulso treasurer Tho Ward family owes its membership iu this sociotyto Colonel Sumuol Ward an officer of o Revolutionary nrmy who was Heiry Hull Wards grandfather Tho portrait of another nucestor Governor Itlcbird Ward of Rhodo Islund is now tho property of Mr Cornelius Vundorbilt Henry Hall Wards father wis a brother of Samuel Wnrd whoso son Samuel was the Sam Ward famais as u wit scholar and bou vivant Othor cousins of Henry Hnll Word weroMrs Julia Ward Howo nud Mrs Cravford tho wifo of tho sculptor and tho uotber of F Marion Crawford It sooms won der that tho novelist should nu have woven this romanco which ho found ready to hand iu his own family iuto a Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ fact the delightful sfrotch that lies at Rakes Foot yon will hnvo n scouo liko to it ns two peas nro to ouo another but for Dcrwcutwutor you must of con roe substituto tho rapid shallow shingling Bnrrngh Tho road was inches dcop in dust and that of tho whltost nnd tbo boots nnd stockings of tbo knickcred Norfolk jacketed traveler could scarco bo distinguished from tho dusty way itself and ho looked had there becu any to see as though ho floatod in tho nlr bo ro ft of feet aud ankles Now half way down tho road tho traveler who was young aud fairly good looking though perhaps not en dowed with that facial strength of char acter which is tho dour delight of au Â¬ thors who are feminine happened npou a stile spanning the graystouo nud mossy wall that separated the wood bo yond from tbo road It wns a famous stilo somewhat liko a pair of steplad dors with threo rungs by which to ascend from the road and two to ascend iuto tho wood on tho other sldo of tho wull Tho traveler aFoended and perch ed upon the happily placed platform nt tho summit of tho stopladdor nnd pon dered some uud while ho pondered ho mopped his brow and gazed upou his boots besides giving tho lio to thoso who say tbut ouo cauuot do two things this for ouu who has refused at onco to close tho door at my behest nud I iu n draft most thorough Then ho struck a match to light a cigarette I know it ought to nave been a pipe but it was n oigarette aud drawing it along nu ad jacent post saw for thu first time u uotico tboreon It said ANY PUItBON Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ New Goods Latest Styles NOVELTIES IN NECKWEAR For Christmas Presents Wo have the Handsomest and Nobbiest Lino of Shoos over brought to this part of the country Money Saving Prices Marked on Everything G SMITH FORDSVILLE 11 I OHODLD 1J8TEBEST Because it is placed here by the BYBODT WHY A NEW YORK DENTAL PARLORS for the benefit of the public that they may know where to go to get the best dental work at the very lowest price I TFITTH POUND THCHlASSINO the nArtny V estate ON tVe extract tcetb 25 cents without pain nunc u guuu sci ui uruntiai iccin lor Teeth filled with gold and platinum alloy Teeth filled with amalgam Teeth filled with pure gold jJ5wB VYITHDU TPi ATES JOW 75 50 f 100 and up HlljWBWrrMl Ily Order J 8 M I T II AccnfB Ofllcc A very ordinary notico but ouo which had been tho subject of much mcrri mont a while back when hnd elimiuated tho harmless O and interpolated tho direful E for tho amusement of his conscuurs uud conÂ¬ WILL DE PBBEOUTUD New York Dental Parlors 542 Fourth St Louisville Ky uu uiiu 013 uur system or making old s rJ fdge uuijiiiiiureinoi piace ts the best known totheprofesslifrion r4S OU STW fiml abroad work or teeth without plates wear their new teeth home same day People om W can come in the morntngand Jt r- guarantee given with every filling We have been established In toulsvllle for over ten years tan give reierence irom best prolessional and business men in the city Remember the - i freres Tho effect it had upon our traveler was net that which henceforward for all I care may bo described as do Ho had uo dosire to facieusis tripporii drop iu not botweon tbo will and tbo be neither did ho ohangu per son into poor but he did allow his feet which had been resting ou rung two of tho roadsfdo ladder to change thoir position to rung ono of that of tbo Â¬ ilow daro youl Sho cried dared not till you cummnudod Aud your name brooch supsaid lio plied tbe information There was n moments sileuco You iniiEt givo mo your name and address sho commanded For yon to issuo a wnrrant for my apprehension No the prisoner refused to give hiB uutnu and address hu re 1 Â¬ Â¬ plied woodsido After tho first stop tho way was easy So nppeared to bo tbe grnss path which meandered among tho trees In cirves most sinuous a path that looked as all forbidden paths look seductive and moreover by far tho most do lightful in the wholo district Our traveler looked nt his watch ut mo up and down of tho road aud not a soul was in sight to deter him IIo slipped to the ground aud in a brief space was in the thicket On and ou pressed ho till tbo blacking was restored to tho boot by tbo dust banishiug grass agency Thu cigarette suiokod out was replaced by a second and then hu came to a halt nt tho brink of a cutiuiug littlo treo mirrored tree surronuded lake whoso clear waters invited uuy almost commanded im Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ It wns an nwkward position forn girl who ouly did her fathers duty Its most ungenerous of you sho exclaimed Just because youro a man aud htippon to bo stronger than I am you will evade justice ho nnswered firmly Novor You will run awny and I impeded by skirts nm helpless to catch you she continued You could lift Why dont you mnko good your oscapo sho Interpolated with hasto Am I not your prisoner ho asked Do you mean to say you will conio quietly to the lodgo and faco my fa ther sho inquired As quiet ns any lamb ho asserted Well its this way said eho It is customary to grip tho prisoner ho suggested by tho arm Sho paid him no attention aud in si lenco they strolled toward tho lodgo If you will exeuse mo for a minute I will see if my father can attend to you now she said when arriving at thoir destination sho hnd led him to the drawing room Ploaso sit down Suroly prisoner bad never been treated with so much consideration In a minute or two sho returned Â¬ Â¬ tllat yon Unci got out nt Aboravar atlcl were walking Should havo been back loug ngo if that coufounded rascal Ha- Â¬ ven hndnt stopped me to nsk for a re- Â¬ duction of rent said his roof was falling in So I went to see it and found as usual it was all nonsense Edith been amusing you I hope 1 met Miss Smith iu tho wood and explained tho traveler Sho knew you from your photograph Major Smith suggested Miss Smith blushed Tho photograph is not in tho least bit like tho original sho protested Nobody over recognizes it as me said tbo young man unblnshiugly It is said to bo a speaking likeness all the Â¬ a grateful glance Peoplo havo said to mo he continued Who is that ugly devil on your wifes escritoire and I Your wifo samo Sho ro warded him with Â¬ Its Huveut you heard Ill toll you all about it Oh it wns quite a romanco I n benst of a photograph dont you thiuk so Mits Smith Temple Bar Bears tho OASTORIA a The Kind You novel Â¬ Two Pointed Question Answered Â¬ Whnt is tho u of making a better article than your competitor if jou cannot get better prieu for it Ah there Is no diUVrenco in thu Ans price the public will buy only the better so that while our profits tuny lie smaller on a single salo tlmt will bu much great- Â¬ er iu the aggregate How can joti get the public to know your make is the best 7 If built articles are brought prominent ly before thu public both aru certain to be tried and thu public will very quickly pass judgement on them and use only the butter one This explains thu large sale of Chamberlains Cough Remedy Thu people havu been using it or years and havu found that It ran always be de Â¬ pended upon They may occasionally take up with some fashionable novelty put forth with exaggerated claims but are certain to return to the one remedy that thoy know to hu reliable and or coughs colds and croup there is nothing equal to Chamberlains Cough Remedy For sale by A R Fisher Clororport It A ribullman Stephensport Hemy Hall Wards social josition may bo judged from tho fact tho nmong tho pallbearers nt his fuueral li Grace church were John Jacob Astor Walter L Cutting Johnston Living ton und Juuich Francis Rugglos Eliza Ann Partridgos relatbnship to Henry Hull Ward nroso frou tho fact that their mothers wore sistrs Thoy wore morabors of tho Hall family of Pomfret Conn J Prcscott Hall hor uncle was William M Evarts first law partuor Thoso who kuow Miss Pnr tridgo us n girl so many yurs ago describe her as charming iho was of medium height had browueyes nnd an ubuiiduiico of strikingly duk hair Sho is said oven now at tho rge of 84 to prctcrvo much of her yontlful boauty When Henry Hull Wan died ouo of his friends penned theso lines in his memory Â¬ mersion with tho thermometer taxed to its utmost heat recording limits Birds wero singing tho lakelet rip plod and with delicious splashing n wuterfaliot threw itself iu wanton aban donment into the em bra co of the oil absorbing tarn Delicious spot for bathing but n spot wnsted Impossible On tbo farther sido wns one who gazed at our traveler tho iutruder with oyes beautiful and provoked one attired in kerchief of luwn bodice and akirt of print and iu other dainty things A pretty girl I said ho mentally A wretched tourist I she reflected Tho putb was windiug liko to a maze but surely mazoliku it led to nu ovontual goal It would do no 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commendable or safe It is o H lbitil iSSWTWW yeir endm true you may gain knowledge by read o o HxiH aiif Xjrut year ending June 30 S ing but you must separate tho chall ISU7 215021112 excess of exporlsyear C V is thinking from ending June 110 1808 flll525121 always the wheat bywo read that It not Impresc 0 the amount y0 Total for three years 1G0878J11 Ex es the mind but it is Imprnvod by think Â¬ nesa exports July 1 to October HO 18U8 four months 105709881 making a total ing aud analyzing what wo read It is not tho greatest eaters who are tin of 1100000000 Here Is an addition of over 1100 000 strongest end healthiest A man mat I I 000 to tho wealth of this country from indulge his appetitu until he hecomtsa surplus proluctu in a httlo over tliren gmmandiz r and lie is surfeited so ma years There is a p rdstont and Impor one read until It becomes a kind o tunate demand for our grain provisions mania Then he reads only o gralif cotton and manufactured products which that wanton desire to ri nd lln has v insures for the lltcnl year utidlxt Ju n ISO aim no purpose no di finite eud is hit next another largo excess f expiiti reading but still hu tends eyi rything In The total gam to the country in four can lay his hands on To be heneflttec Nice Hno Clothing by tending one must hive a purpose and years will probably be in xnesi nl 5U0 choose his reading to meet the demandf 000000 The tta le statement for I ho three pre Â¬ of that purpose Ex ceding years is Important showing th He Fooled the Surgeons Fine Tailor Made gradual growth of foreign trad Yiar All doctors told Itenlck Hamilton of ending June 30 1803 exems of imports Weit J Hereon O after sutTering 18 18735728 yenr ending Jnie 301801 months from It ctal Fistula he would excess cf xporic 237145050 i nr Hiddlo uul 8 a costly operation was per- Â¬ ing Juno SO 1805 excess ol exports 01 Extni fine Tnilor Mao fancy silk and satm linings 070782 Tiiese net ealei of surplus pro formed but lie cured liliiifef with five ducts must be paid for in some f Tin boxes Bucklons Arnica Salve the surf si Pile cure on Earth and th best Salve in Foreign nations did nut htve 1100010 Sold by the world 25 cents a bx 000 gold to remit but they sent us some Haynep Druggist gold and Rome securities Today they Short owe us in various forma large amounts of money iu the ahapo of liabilities as If Not a Subscriber for example exchange the collection of When making your nt w jear nsolr which has been deferred The d b tions rrsolvn to give jour wife and child Â¬ moreover will trow instead of il eras ren or a friend the beiieflt of tho Nbwb ing Wo havo liotdemaud tro iev du Â¬ for ono year ns by foreign nations bi ciUie of the fear of disturbing monetary uirairs iu Answered Prayer Ergland Germany Franco and other d Alincst under the shadow of the Old countries and bicauw it piya into leave South church in liobtun there lived a it at interest A gratifying feature of our forogn worthy family who by reason o siikntfs i- trade is the growth in exporta of manu- had been brought to almost dfititute While the fuller lay facture In 18 years tlieju have nearly circumstances trebled Last year they were nearly prostrated witii disease the mothei 300000000 There is every prc iptc stitched from early morn till late at night that this growth will continue We have to earn bread for husband and two lltth One Su day morning she imported fewer manufactured goods be Â¬ clii dren Extra nice Jarsketn In Anlri Mtn cause we havo learned how to make our nroMU with a heavy heart as sho had Beaver cloth strlctt tilfir nia nothirg iu the house to eat and only 25 own and with improved machinery abundant raw material and sktlltd and cents It ft with which to buy food for Husband was too ill loleayo alone well fed workmen wo compete with the four world Iu manufactures as never before S she sent her oldest child a boy ol Strictly Tailor Mail lrnal Cl lh only four years of gf for a loaf of bread The opening of Chinese and other Eis nn1 Cheviot Jiv ipt em markets will furnish new and iiliiwfil Afl r Andrew had been gone a few min utes hu came runing in with a large unlimited opportunities It is this enormous debt of for in n i wooden hoop which some older boy bad tions to us winch has mado money so persuaded him to take in exchange fur The poor mother was over easy throughout the country flooded the his quarter West with capital tilled Western banks whelmed with grief Co Suddenly tho Spirit whispered to her lo repletion and brought Western men j in large numbers to invest in our securi- Â¬ to pray But it was a new thing for her to pray and site could only cry out to ties ir t DIlHIUDUUUlg j d nJ Hardly one man in a thousand in the Him for help that in some way food United States realizes this change The iniftht be obtained for the family A power ot 1500000000 Increased wealth couple of hours later there came a rap no one can controvert The figures are at the door which she quickly answered PnllDPD HanllnsbBrp Ky 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and Sunday Leon Lewis Louisville is at his uncles Mr Jas W Lewis The young men are trying to get up a dance for to night Monday We love the Legion but pleaso let us Billionaire Carnegies attitude is a hold up and talk about iteniB of more Graham and Jesse Eskridge made a surce of surprise a paradox flying trip home Sunday to Bpend Christ Â¬ Thomas Hodge of Henderson is at general interest Military gossip is all right but more state news just now mas day with their parents his aunts Mrs Ginnie Phillips Miss Fannie Hirst who has charge of Mr and Mrs Jesse Malin of Yine Hugh Ditto came up from Evansville Grove Mr and Mrs George Woolfolk the primary work at the college has to eat his Christmas turkey at home of Louisville Mr and Mrs Jesse Hern gone to Troy Ind to spend the holidays Miss Wathena Hamilton of Kentucky don of Irvington ate Christmas dinner Henry Eskridge who has charge of the College spent her vacation at home with Mr and Mrs J W Lewis McIIenry Coal Companys business at Dee Pusey came over from Indianapo All honor to President McKinleys Louisville spent Sunday and Monday lis and ate Christmas dinner at home declaration that the time has arrived here Jim BlckerstalT never forgets old when the Federal goverment should Robert McGuflln who trayels for New Â¬ young ladies He is a good fellow assist the Southern States in caring for man Co wholesale grocers Louisville The last issue of Meade Messenger the graves of our dear Confederate dead is spending the week at home with his was so good the edition has laid over till My political belief is in antithesis to family 1899 the President but his recent trip to Mr Mat Payne and Miss Maggie Good- Â¬ Mr and Mrs Rice Holcroft nee Agnes our own beloved south has proved him man were married at the bridoa resi- Â¬ Worland spent a few days at home last a patriot and I am glad he is so true an dence near this city last Sunday week American Ttie late war was Providen- Â¬ evening Jim Oitrander is down from Louisville tial Dr Llghtfoot and wife came up from to see hts sisters at Mrs Blanche Foun No indeed I am no anti expansionist Hawesville last Saturday to spend the tainos I am for spreading the American eagle holidays with friends here and in the Mrs June McGehee is visiting her over any large body of water and over country daughter Mrs Stuart Peckinpaugh of any islands more than 100 miles from Miss Gertrude Beauchamp and her the extreme southern part of the United Evansville brother Lafayette of McDaniels were States feels complimented no McKinley the guests of Mrs Owen Cunningham It was not altogether good taste for doubt in being so often lately compared last Sundav Mr Watterson to present Col Castle to Lincoln Mort Simmons an old blind man who Mr H Y Duncan came up from Clov- Â¬ mans name or Governor However lives near Rock Yale was brought here Kentucky has great reverence for the lodged in jail on a charge erport last Sunday to see that fine super last week and colonel but he isnt the right timber of violating the local option law in his flue grandson just now Mr Richard Willett our clever Circuit district Last Saturday there was scarcely stand Â¬ The members of Brother Davis church clerk takes great interest in the Baptist ing room in any store I heard one gave an all day lunch last Saturday in Sunday School merchant say he had Bold four times as The proceeds Mrs Tiefls store room Mr and Mrs Allen Armstrong spent much as last year and yet and yet will go to supplying a carpet for the Christmas in Evansville with Mrs Arm- Â¬ prosperitys wave is denied It is here strongs mother church for 99 Mrs George Frymire had a dinner The Public School closed last Friday Of course the people who criticised Messrs Pate and Harmau who haye Sunday for relatives Mrs Frymire is the President for haying a Confederate been in chargj called the pupils up and an adept at serving badge pinned on him were not on the distriouted refreshments before dismiss Â¬ Nr aud Mrs Thos II Ditto were in trip Outsiders or those not Included ing them Sunday to hear Brother Jenkins farewell on more or less Important trips ate always I There was a big rush of business las sermon and ate Christmas dinnor with the fault finders and critics Popular folks catch it every time Miss Eula Jones of Groveland fa the guest of Misses Mattlo and Mabel Shack lett Dr Henry Shacklett wife and a friend of Leavenworth Ind and Henry Shacklett of Ohio all spent Christmas with Mr and Mrs R B Shacklett Europe need no longer marvel at our taking two giant much A Purely Vegetable Blood I felt so that I better aftertho remedy strides She is coming into first continued bottles and in two months I was cured com- Â¬ place in the alignment of the Powers Only Remedy Is pletely Tho cure was permanent for NdW York can now dictate money rates Cure I have never sinco had a touch of to London and Paris Let her continue though many times Rheumatism to make aggressive commercial strides exposed to damp and cold weather Eleanor M TippelIv Dr P W Foote has proved himself a If tho pooplo gonorally knew the 3711 Powelton Avenue Philadelphia progressive farmer- thoro truociuiBo of Rheumatism Those who havo had oxporionco would bo no such tiling na liui with RhoumatiBm know that it Irvington will haye the farmers Insti- Â¬ monts juid lotions for this painful becomos moro sovero each year tute aud mainly through the doctors January 3 is the date Lively efforts and disabling discaso Tho fact is and liko all other blood diseases Rheumatism is a disordered state the dootors aro totally unable to discussions on interesting topics by Posted men music ladles and flowers of tho blood it can bo reached euro it In fact thoroforo only through tho blood tho only romediea are items But all blood remedies can not euro which thoy pro Mrs W F Grlnnell is entertaining at Rhoumatism for it is an obstinato Boribo aro potash a family dinner to day Mrs Hattle disoaso one which requires a real and moroury and Grinnell and children Mrs Ginnie blood remedy something more than though temporary Phillips aud daughters Mr and Mrs a more tonic Swifts Spooiflo is roliof may result Thos II Ditto and little Virginia Thos tho only real blood romody and it thoso remedies proÂ¬ Hodge of Henderson Dink Price promptly goes to tho very bottom duce n stiffness of Mrs Grinnell is an exquisite house of ovon the most obstinato case joints aud only in keeper and entertains with much taste A few years ago I was taken with in- Â¬ tensity tho disease Allen Armstrongs fathers letter in S S S nover disappoints for it flammatory Itheumatlsmwhionthough gradually so in- Â¬ is mado to euro thoso dcop rooted last weeks Messenger was interesting mild at first became and recalled the long ago past quite tense that I was for weeks unable to walk I tried several prominent physi- Â¬ diseases whioh aro beyond tho vividly I can remember the fatuous It coasting and how we small girls I was cians and took their treatment faith- Â¬ roach of all othor remedies fully but was unable to get the slightest ourcs permanently Rhoumatism eight would slide down on the sleds roller In fact my condition seemed to Catarrh GaucorSorofulaEczoma grow worse the pains spread over my and all othor blood diseases It before the large boys Few very few of entire body and from November to is tho only blood remedy guar Â¬ us remain moat havo joined the in Â¬ March I suffered agony I tried many numerable throng patent medicines but none relieved me anteed The exercises Sunday morning at the Upon the advice of a friend I decided to try fl 8 8 Before allowing ma to take Baptist pburch were oty interesting It however my guardian who was a Books mailed free by Swift consisting of songi and recitations chemist analysed the remedy and pro Speoifio Company Atlanta Qa Misses Lula and Minnie lovely girls of potash or mercury ttouaeed it fm The jug trade was pretty lively last Saturday Miss Fannie Smith is at home for the holidays Uardinsburga Christmas trade was the best In years Miss Alice Baker is at home from school to spend the holidays Mrs Browen McCubbins was here from Cloverport last Sunday Scott Cart of Union Star was here last Thursday on It gal business Born To the wife of Zennle Frank December 17 a ten pound girl The trustees wouldnt allow Homan candles to be shot on the streets Rev J V Blgharn is at Falls of Itough this week assisting in a protracted meet- Â¬ ing Q W Beard has been overseeing Bomo improvements at the parsonage last week Miss Irene Board came up from Glen deane last Saturday to spend Christmas week A good many juga missed connection and went on to Glendeane and Falls of Bough Bud Hook and wife came up last Sun Â¬ day from Falls of Hough and spent the day here Our merchants report a fine Christ- Â¬ mas trade The News advertisers had a big run Clerk Cunningham reports an unusual- Â¬ ly large run in the marriaga license bus- Â¬ iness last week Ed Beard and wife came down from Louisville Saturday to spend Christmas with Major Scotts family week at the ten cent counters Christ Â¬ inas buyers like other folks hunt up the places where they can get a good many thinra for a little money Jailer Gus Shellman bought 275 acres of George Hooks farm last week at Mr Shellman expects to im- Â¬ 2000 prove the place and move on it when his present term of office expires A X Kincheloo is selling out at cost with a view of quitting business here He doesnt know whether he will go on the road again or go into business for himself at some other point James Bishop and wife came down from Louisville Saturday and will spend several days visiting friends It is Mr and Mrs Bishops first visit here since they moved away several years ago Clean blood means a clean skin No beauty without it Cascarels Candy Cathartic clean jour 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 boils blotches and that sickly bilious complexion by taking Cascarets beauty for ten cents All druggists satisfaction guaranteed 10c 25c 50c Â¬ They have a bright lovoly littlo daughter who is an honor to them In overy particular Everybody Is happy except thoso who prefer to be miserable which is not con- Â¬ tagious thank goodness I Old Gon Wheeler like George Wash- Â¬ ington seems to bear a charmed life or were proofs against bulletts Mrs S P Woolfolk is still quite ill Fr Dugan of Louisville Is expected to- Â¬ day to meet her physicians here Nrs John Frekes and little Carrie D spent Christmas with Mr and Mrs Chas Drury in Breckenridge county The popular malady grip has not struck us yet Louisville is suffering and tho Legion beys especially Bro Litchfield will preach next Sun- Â¬ day He is giving us some very fine sermons Bo sure and hear him We aro English enough to drop all serious affairs at the holiday season and give ourselves oyer to b11jw of soul alone Miss Agnes Malln entertained a de- Â¬ lightful house party of friends during the holidays from Eyansville and Owens me boro fV t t A Happy New Year to All One of the New Year resolutions should be to save money The easiest and most 4 satisfactory way to do this is to buy goods where you get the best quality Bead the following at the lowest price That place is our store Sewing Machines 15 and up Iron Bedsteads with Springs PAINTS OILS 4 and up BRUSHES Oak Bedsteads from 2 up SADDLES Wo are Headquarters for Wo aro the largest dealers in t nsroTioiB- - Best Skates for Heating the LISKS PATENT ANTI RUSTING TINWARE Wo desire to emphasize to in this section our customers that all the goods manufactured 60 HARNESS by this company aro and Cooking Stoves WARRANTED NOT TO RUST All SlylPH All IJricen Of Every We will make this guarantee good byreplac These prices give you a foretaste of In the Spring wo will open up with ing freo of charge any articles which aro great bargains we offer a full lino of Buggies and Carriages brought back in a rusty condition cents Description scnuty la illooi Deep BRANDENBURG Brandenburg Normal closed last Fri- Â¬ day for a weeks holiday The teachers gave a generous treat Miss Mona Prices little pupils gave her a beautiful lamp Brandenburg and Meade County and adjoining counties expanded into the greatest Christmas trade and yet grum- Â¬ blers Btill exist and croakers continue to croak Ruth Phillips is in Louisville with Lena Nevitt to spend tho week witli Misses Mamie and Nettie Shenee aud Lillio Hutti The Christmas tree treat aud the pro- Â¬ gram generally at the Methodist church last Saturday were pleasantly carried out A largs audience and a social hour held sway Mrs BickeretafT is ever thoughtful and kind She cooked she is a famous cook aud sent a large basket of delicious edibles to a lonely friend and his moth- Â¬ erless boy Whoever thought the south was not patriotic Did President McKinloys late tour just apprise some people and some papers of the fact Rev Mr Sbultz cannot accept the call to the Baptist church here Rev Duvall has been called He is spoken of as a highly spiritual consecrated man I heard a dyed in the wool Democrat Thos H Ditto say that he was almost persuaded to vote for McKinley after reading his speech at Macon Georgia J Fine Line of Furniture Tortured By Rheumatism the Mr W D Ashcraft in all tho land went to Onensboro Sun- Â¬ assisted them making a fine trio Alias day Mabel Simmons sang a pretty solo Re Â¬ Aaron Norton of Garfield is visiting marks by Bro JenkinB tho treat making his daughter Mrs T W McCoy glad hearts and happy faces Fletcher Barr of Oivenshoro was here The most beautiful Christmas presents last Saturday prospecting for land I havo f een were those made by Mrs Dr Miss Unsel of Bardstown is the guest Pusey and Miss Maydee for absent of Miss Elizabeth Hail during tho holifriends and relatives The Battenbery days work center pieces by Maydee were Wm Lamb and wife of Nebraska are simply exquisite aud a handkerchief of visiting friends and relatives in tuis com- Â¬ lace and drawn design was a dream To make such dainty articles is a great munity Dave Henry and wife are visiting re Â¬ accomplishment and pleasant pastime latives here and enjoying Christmas I never knew as many presents to be luxuries exchanged among aud between friends as Make some one happy this Christmas this Ohrietmas The girls and young ladies the girls and bojs have all shown and thus create a ripple in your own such a sweet spirit in exchanging and sordid nature Miss Mollie Adkisson went to Clover bestowing gifts I do love to see a girl popular with her owu sex it shows true port Saturday to visit her brother Dr S goodness We have lots of era here B Adkisson Miss McGary of Hardinsburg is visit Â¬ Tuesday evening Miss Mattie Hamil- Â¬ ton will entertain for Miss Williams of ing her aunt Mrs T B Henderson dur Â¬ West Point and Miss Mamie Hunt of ing the holidays Woodland Quite a number from here John McGavock and Charley Clay aro invited Mrs Hamilton and Miss comb went to Cloverport Saturday re- Â¬ Mattie have invited mo to assist in re- Â¬ turning Monday ceiving I hope to be present as they T 6 Jordan went to Ekron Saturday are most pleasant as hostesses and their to spend a few days with his daughter pretty home is renowned for enjoyable Mrs Will Board occasions We gladly welcome Jas Skiilman and My Christmas has been a bright happy family among us Such additions to So many have remembered me society one are valuable sweetly I haye a number of kind in- Â¬ H L Kurtz went to Loulsyilln las vitations this week for days and evenings Friday to escort his Bister Miss Norrie out Misses Annie Bondurant Minnie from Peewee Valley Seminary Bland and I spent Monday at the beaut- home Miss Myra Hauks returned to tier iful country home of Mr and Mrs It B Shacklett Such a dinneil Such a love- Â¬ homo at Union Star Saturday for the ly happy family Mabel Shacklett plays holidays dismissing school for one week Everybodys latch string will hang on and slngi beautifully one of my bright pupils the outside in this community during And the hero of the Merrimac if press the holidays and nothing short of an old reports are to bo believed was kissed by time Christmas will answer Mort Skiilman who has been in 1G3 women in Chicago at bis reception given in his honor at the Auditorium Washington D 0 for several years an I am ashamed to think I have a boy in employe in tho treasury department re- Â¬ that city where anything so disgusting turned hero recently in impaired health occurred Lieut Hobson would have nd is at Dick Mays raised himself in Kentucky ladies esti A bhA aUNU mation had he most politely declined No doubt he appreciated Oh eatt by north tho strong breeze blows such oscula Tho sea drives wont by Kouthl tory demonstrations Only love sho ild Far out the thickening cloud rack flows prompt a kiss Across the harbors mouth Aloft tho rippling bunting plays Bro Phillip Jenkins preached as fine Thu ratlines whistle shrill And down the sky tho gray gulls fly a sermon tho verdict was unanimous Iteyond the darkening hill last Sunday morning as he had preached during his ministerial work here He Then loose the sail to greet tho gale That crisps tho scurrying wave was enthusiastic and feeling in his overy And bless tho breezo that lifts tho seas utterance to which tho congregation Tho ships stout sides to lavo Let breakers roll or fog bolls toll fully responded and when each and Or decks be dashed with fonm every one went forward to say that sad Through cloud and spray shell cleave her wuy old word Good bye few dry eyes were And bear the seamen home in tho house and many heavy hearts William Biggs In Youths Companion At night he gave us another logcal sermon And now Brother Jenkins has JEPTITA BOGLE gone leaving a host of friends Â¬ Â¬ sing beautifully xig ii1itittlitililliiWViiVI toict iktst Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I McGlothlan Piggott t Purely Vegetable Absalom Boglo was a rich old baoh elor worth his hundreds of thouwmds -- mid Absalom Boglo died During all his lifo he had boon known to form but ono strong friendship and that was for his only brotbor who in the othor years had helped him to prospect in tho coal miuos his brothor Teptha This Teptha unfortunately for himself had not been a misanthrope Ho had loved and had been jilted and just when his prospects of success with his brother Absalom had boon brighteuiug he hud thrown up all his business nud gouo to faroff parts to ports so far away that not a word had been hoard of him from that tlnio And Absalom Boglo died Ho depart When you ask for DeWitts Witch ed this mundane life ou tho fourth day of Hazel Salve dont rccept a counterfeit or December at noon When his will was Imitation There are more cases of Piles opened which evont transpired in tho being cured by this thon all othor com presence of many relatives its provisions blued Short Hayncs woro found to be very simple First ho bequeathed everything of which ho WEBSTER might dio possessed to his fondly re mom bored and well beloved brother Teptha But ill case said Jeptba did uot A merry Christmas to all present himself and claim the benefit There is joy and mirth in the air within ono year from tho death of tho testator then tho property was to bo Our weddings materialize slowly Â¬ Miss May Hatfield is visiting in Louis Â¬ divided among his other relatives ac cording to their rank of kin ville Only lu ono direction getting asido Frank Hall and wife are visiting at bis brother Jeptba did tho tldo of rela tionship to Absalom Bogle flow Thoro Mr Wm Halls were no nephews or nieces uo uncles Mies Hattie B Stewart of Louisville or aunts but only cousins- - There were is visiting relatives here two first cousins four of flvo eooond II L KurU entertained Monday night cousins several third and fourth cousins and so ou iu increasing ratio as thoy by giving an oyster supper Fred Moorman the happiest benedict were farther and farther removed Bldusjt Soooner Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Dr Eaton in lecture on Poor Kin said repeatedly the rich and the poor did not understand each other and which fact he fully Illustrated It is just r o or lias been with the north and south and tho true relations existing between the whites and blacks It is worth a good deal to tho south that a common under- Â¬ standing is being brought about Where ever aud whenever tho blackman tries to uplift himself through industry and education he meets with encoursg iment from the white man Fanatical mem bers of both races are found north and south but other wise all of us want harmony Kawl4hvato uey wnoni Boglo lintr ffolecrea to Tiara Sprout tells motbnt you will give yoUr in trust his estate When tho frosts of shnro to him October had begun to traco thoir deli If ho can got it added Jack cnto pencilings upon tho crisp foliage If ho is to get it nt ail said tho Mr Spooner sent his clerk around attornoy it will bo necessary that you among tho relatives of Absalom Boglo aud your wife should bo tbero to relinto bid them preparo for presenting their quish it claims nt tho appointed time If tho On your honor Mr Spooner do long absent brother did not show him- you think our prcsenco would help poor self on or beforo uoou of tho fourth day Jedediah Sprout asked Kato of tho coming Decern Lor tho property Tho nttorney repliod that ho thought would bo theirs it would This clerk of Mr Spooner wns n wo will go Thon said Kato old fellow answering to tho What say you Tnck iunint nnnio of Jedediah Sprout Ho nover Jack consented nud so it transpired hesitated to acknowledge that tho at- that Knto Winthrop and hor husband torney hnd taken him iu ont of charity woro present nt tho ovontful mooting and in his humble way hu sought to The cousins of closer degreo scowled sorvo his patron faithfully But the upon them when thoy entered nnd ono most wonderful thing about Jcdcdiab wheezy old spinster informed thorn thnt Sprout was that ho claimed to ho n near it would havo looked hotter if thoy had rointivc of Absalom Boglo nearer by remained nwny far than any other living Ho claimed Not nenrer tbnu the sixth or oighth descent from a brother of Absalom nil removo nt bout put in nu nncicnt elder brother much older than cither innidon of nscetia aspect Uh Tho as Â¬ Absalom or Joptha who had died iu surance of sonio folks I South America many years ago Tho Tho hour slipped on nnd tho impor Â¬ cousins looked up tho family history tant meridian was oloso at hand All nud found that tho ancient brother iu hnd assured thomsolvos that Joptha question had been ouo Solomon Bogle Boglo wns not in tho land of tho living n wild wayward follow who under n At nil events ho had not beeu hoard cloud had changed his name to Sprout from Aud thon followed n comparing nud who had left no record of having of notos touching respectivo noaruoss of ever married Jedediah acknowledged relationship Genealogical registers of that the said Solomon had never mar nil kinds were nt hand and it was vory ried nud yet ho had tho hardihood to ovident thnt not a few of thorn had claim to bo his son beeu roccutly altered and amended Oould anything bo moro impudent Crimination nnd recrimination result Tho cousins from tho first to tho six i od nnd n belligorent outburst was on teenth remove held up their hands iu tho tapis when tho clock struck 12 nud3 holy horror That a man iu possession with tho last stroko of tho fateful boll of his seusos should unblushingly no Mr Spoonor appeared upon tho sccno knowledge such shumo and nbovo all aud witli him camo tho man called Jed such a elough of ignominy ho ediah Sprout that from should thrust himself into relationship Ladies and gontlemenand vory good with honest peoplol friends said the nttorney with n form Aud yet Jedediah Sprout worked iu al bow I havo tho ploasuro of intro his liumblo station for Mr Spooner Ho ducing to you your very obedient and visited tho cousins with his instructions humblo cousin Joptha Boglo Ho bids from his patron and to each he tear- Â¬ yon welcomo to his mansion nnd begs fully presented bis own claim that you will honor him with your I nsk not for n primo shnro of the compnuy to dinnor wealth of my fathers relative ho Boglo I cried spinstor number ono said I am very poor aud u more pit Â¬ starting up What Bogle tance will servo mo Lot mo share with Its a base docoptioul oxalnimod tho very least tho ancient maiden of nscotio visngo But thoy scouted and joered and would Who is Joptha Boglo demanded a not listen Thoy received the legal in low browed haberdasher upsetting his ho brought from tho chair as ho aroso and coming very near structions which attorney nud tbeii kicked him out to upsetting a wizen faced old buoholor In n neighboring town lived Kato who sat next to him Winthrop Sho had been Kato Wether 1 nm Jeptba Boglo suid tho attor Â¬ beo but during tho very last summer neys companion Ho now appeared in coubius had been cultivatwhile othor n suit of bluok volvot nnd looked liko a ing thoir golden expectations sho bad vory kind hearted benign old geutlo married Jack Winthrop and had settled nion lam tho only brothor of Absa down in a snug quiet homo peaceful lom Boglo who diod ouo year ago in and happy Hor husband worked hard this houso I camo from South America for n living aud sho helped him aud six months ago and mado myself known sho was gratoful aud glad that sho had to Mr Spooner I told him I had uo tho ttrongth so to do use for all tho mouoy my brothor had Jedediah Sprout called upon Knto loft and that I was willing to divido and presented tho attorneys instruc tho greater part of it with tho distant tions rolatives Como in cotuo in and rest said Mr Spooner applauded my motive Knte iu her winsome cheery way but udvisod mo to examino for mysolf Como in aud stop for dinner but dont nud soloot tho worthy ones So I callod say anything about tho Boglo property mysolf Sprout nud went at tho work I dout caio to hear it As you would havo dono unto Jedodiuh But urged Jedodinh you area Sprout I givo you full permission to do relntivel uuto yoursolvos Dinner will bo ready My mothor was a cousin sonio four in half au hour but you will oxouso mo or flvo times removed Knto answered from sitting at tablo with you us I am but I found uo claims upon that cir engaged elsewhere Jack aud Kato cumstance My poor pittauco wouldnt Winthrop will ooiuo with mo As thoy be worth thu wrangling and tangling I woro not of tho heirs oxpeotaut thoir should havo to endure and moreover proseuoo in this assembly is no longer Jack and myself hino concluded that necessary wo had better puddlo our owu ennoo From astonishment to indignation By and by Jack camo iu anil to him aud from iudlgnation to boiling wrath Jedediah prosonted the subject But surged tho cousins of all degrees and Jack wus as einphiitlo as his pretty wife iu snob wrathful mood thoy found uo had been Ho didnt caro to mix in tho nppotito for dinnor and ouo by ono or fovoribh scrambling mess iu muttering cursing pairs thoy crawl w id ho Ill toil you what ed away invoking all sorts of maledic But 1 will no Mr bprout I havo beam tions upou tho head of tho returned your story and in nil honor and hu brother who hud so docoivod aud en manity I think your claims aro just It trappod thorn as well us upou tho heads you cannot got tho shnro of Absalom of tho young oouplo who thoy woro Uoglos property to which you aro very suro wero to bosk in thu suushino morally entitled you aro welcomo to of Joptha Boglos good intout all you can got in tho name of my wife And iu this lust eurmiso they woro How is that Kate not mistaken Old Joptha found n homo I ogroo with all my heart I cried with Jack and Kuto and he did uot Kato i wait until death bad out short his shard The rich moisturo in Jedediahs eyes of tho enjoyment beforo giving to thorn pavo tokou of tho feelings which ho did of tho wealth which ho had resolved not speak Ho sat down and ato dinner should bo theirs Cincinnati Post with tho happy youug couplo and said j The person wlit disturbed the congreuo wuru upon iue suujcci or unsincss Thu weeks rolled ou aud the morn gation last Sunday by coughing id re ing of tho tth of December at leugth quested to call on A It Fisher Clover srrlvod In tho great old shambllug port It A Shellman Stephensport houso which had been vacnut siuco tho E A Witt Hardinsburg nnd get a bot Â¬ flay of Absalom Bogles funeral an tle of Foleys Honey and Tar which al Â¬ anxious orow woro assembled ways gives relief On that very morning Jack und Kate Overcome evil with good Overcome Wluthrop had been vlsitod by Mr your coughs and colds witli One Minute Spooner who had asked their utteud Cough Oure It Is so good children cry auca ou tho coming occasion Thoy had for it It cures croup bronchitis pneu Â¬ replied to him that thoy bud no interest monia grinpe and all throat and lung v Short A II ay nee in the matter Hid Mr ooaurliJddJlj Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ fe fl V J3t disi