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Digital page images are linked to the text file. pjjjajfgiftiffi ly v 5TOt4rr P NEWS M ft 3 I h vi LJ iT kRhfejiivg fflATS FIT Sm T i TO PRINT 1899 VOL XIJJL CEOEBPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 4 Boy NO 25 BIG FIRE AT A EYES BLOWN OUT Former Brockcnrldflo Horribly LEJTCHFIELD t I hurt POWERS WASIHGJHT He SWINfiING ROUND iii I N r fc While experimenting with some pow Â¬ Eight Stores Banks and Offices der and an oystor ran Christmas week Divio tho 10 year old sou of W W Willlaravmot with a serious Accident Were Destroyed Two powder which had been put in tho can for the sake of a report expldtlrdi Cloverport Alan Loses a Building In jiuruiaiurmy mowing uocn o tint mile fellows eyes out This news will be u the Flames great shock to tho peoplo of this section A disastrous Are which started in of the country for Mr Williams was Dawsons ilrug Store from an unknown formerly owner of the Basin Sprlrfg Stock farm near Irviugton and has a host of cause at 2 oclock last Tuesday morning hearly wiped out the business part of friends heie Tne accident occurred in Leltclifleld The fine new courthouse Henderson Ky where Mr Williams has resided sinco be left this neighborhood was saved only Jiy hard work The hoavieet losers are the Leitcblield Persons who lead a life of exposuro Mercantile Co which began business are subject to rheumatism neuralgia and October 1 Jn a new brick building lumbago will find a valuable remedy in Leltchfield Depcslt Bank new brick BALLARDS SNOW LINIMENT it Dtnt new brick will building Moorman banish pains and subdue inflamma- Â¬ building into which they rnovtd thh tion Price 25 and 60 cents A- R large stock of drugs Dteember 8 Cannon Fisher Cunningham large vacant storehouse covering half a block J W Dawson HE SKIPPED drug store D A Cubbagi mocerlep occupied by Merideth F T Heyser Galloway Manages to Escape From the vacant store house F Moultardier con City Jail fectionery J P McOlure jewelry J V Qosnell residence Mrs M R Lay- Â¬ man who occupied her futheis Gos A W Galloway who was serving a noils house household furniture Can sentence in the city jail for carryicgcon- Cunningham grocery D ORl cealed weapons succeeded lnmaking non ley residence and postofllce J H his escape Saturday night While the Rogers saddlery Dr A J Slaton office city marshal was out after fresh water he Dr L Butler left Galloway conversing with Frank and much furniture dentist office Mrs A T Lltsy house Haswell The latter had to go home hould elTent in Oltileys building Geo during tho interview and while he was Fletcher contractor building and con- Â¬ unguarded Galloway took advantage of tents tho marshal and made good his escape The burned district covered the west Galloway was a preacher and has quite side and half of the north and south a reputation in the back districts as au sides of the public square exhorter and evangelist It is to be F T Heyer of this city who lost a hoped that his fall from grace will not building in the fire places his loss at affect his converts 2000 on which there was 1000 insu- Â¬ rance Coughed 25 Years I suffered for 25 years with a cough Every and spent hundreds of dollars with doc- Â¬ La Grippe is again epidemic precaution should be taken to avoid it tors and for medicine to no avail until I Its specific cure is One Minute Cough usad Dr Bells This Cure A J Sheperd Publisher Agri- remedy makes weak lungs strongT It cultural Journal and Advertiser Elden has saved my life J B Rosell Graats-burg Mo says No one will be disappoint- Â¬ 111 ed in using One Minute Cough Cure for Pleasant to take quick to La Grippe PAINFUL ACCIDENT Haynes act Short -Pine-Tar-HonÂ¬ if Insisted on Ladies Being Treated With Respcct m t J THE CIRCLE Royal r Jasiauattfx Pure OYt sIkwo POWpm CO Baking Powder VOWK Makes the food mot e delictotis and wholesome Nl Ills Oentloraanly CnduqtCiorHlm Into Trouble A u Robert Duke of -- prikeB Ky was in tho city Thursday and as a witness of last weeks fight at Dukes ho tells a story that throws nqw light on tho trouble According to his version Fldred Pow ers was Oscoritlng Boni ladles to chuicli w and us they were passing David Isom ana a man named Luster tho latter who were drinking used profane language Mr Powers as KgeStlbman and the escort of tho ladleSvAdmpnished tho men to be more careful of their language This it is alleged enraged them and they threatened to do him harm when he got out of church When Mr Powers reappeared ibotl men attacked him He knocked Luster down and it is alleged thatIsom used a knife on him The sympathies of tho eniireeommun ity we learn from Mr Duke are with Powers in the matter Ho acted as any gentleman with ladies under his protect His opponents were bbth tion Bhould drnnk and took advantage m him Tho Nsws is glad of tho opportunity to set mm rigut in tne mattery V Brilliant Series of Holiday Fes im tiyities Throflghout The Pr rJ i -- 4 rlq til - in ants were Mr Wade Shacklett and Miss herself extremely popular in local social Mattie Basham Miss Shacklett nitide a circles She is a refined cultured lady beautiful bride She is a sister of Dr and her loss will bo keenly felt by a Warner Shacklett of Guston Tho legipn of friends young couple leave next Tuesday for The News with a host of others wish their future home in McLean county Mr VanAlstino and his estimable wifo a Messrs Esty Drake and Ira Kail of happy and prosperous future It also McLean county and Miss Florence Rose congratulates Mr VanAlstine on his of Elizabethtown wore among the gucstq good fortune at the wedding Weak Eyes Are Hade Strong dim vision made clear styes removed and granulated lids oreOre eyes of any kind speedily and effectually cured by tho use of Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salvo Ita put up in tubes and sold on a guarantee by all good druggists A Season1 of joyousness and Mirth En- - HE HAS joyed by all RESIGNED I A KesiitoW of 1 - the Various Social Functions at nave xaKen riace WEDDINGS Master Mechanic VanAIstinc to go North Accepts a Very Responsible Position with the C 6 W Horace Patterson Assigns Mr H S Patterson the Lewisport druggist and grocer filed a deed of as- Â¬ signment on Tuesday evening in tho Hancock County Court to B H assignee The liabilities are esti- Â¬ mated to be about 3000 while the as Â¬ sets will be about 2000 and consist of his stock of drugs and groceries a lot of notes and accounts and a one third inter- Â¬ est in a tract of land near Lewisport The trouble came as a surprise to all and many- - friends hope to soon see him on his feet again Poin-dexter- V The Eagle King of All Birds is noted for itskeen sight clear and dis- Â¬ tinct vision So arj those pexsona who SalvVCfoJ use SutjhfrlandaB10 5 weaktiyeeetyee sore eyei ct any kind or granulated lids Sold by all dealers at 25 cents ARCHER APPOINTED He Is Now a Deputy Internal ReVenre K Collector Tho Ekron correspondent to the News says I am reliably informed that citizen and neighbor Mr Archer lias received the appointment fVirnncrli ijAllonfrtr Wnnn tn hn TiAntflnni and office of Division Collector of Unjtedf owieu internal ivevountj ui mo1 irtiuia vllle District Kentucky- - We congrSW late Mr a rcher on iis good fortune and Mr Sapp on his judicious appointment as h could not have made a selection which would have given more satisfac- Â¬ tion to the citizens of Meade county and more especially to those of the neighbor- Â¬ hood in which he lives It is the uni- Â¬ versal opinion that Mr Archer will be the right man in the right place He has always been a Republican in spirit and his works his word his honesty in principal and good business qualities deserves his promotion pjr-fel-low WL EXPANDING A Southorn Stationary Engineer Badly Hurt at Pellvllle Cloverport Flour Invading the Market Charles Glover the best engineer in Hancock county while operating his corn mill at Pellville Thursday evening got Alfred Oelzj proprietor of the Star caught in a shaft and badly hurt His Roller Mills is in for expansion clothing was stripped from him and he He has increased his trade territory was bruised up in a frightful manner largely and he is now selling flour made Several men carried him to Hilary Burn Â¬ in the Cloverport mi 1s at Augusta ers when Dr Lancaster was called whq Georgia pronounced the suffering man badly He shipped a car load of his product to hurt Glover has a wife and several that point this week and will doubtless children f make other shipments this winter REFUSED PARDON The worst after effects of Influenza arise from deranged functions of the liv- Governor Bradley Would Not Extend Exeer Clear the blood at once with HERcutive Clemenoy EIN E for it will strengthen the liver to Samuel Harrison of this county who withdraw from circulation the biliary poisons Price 50 cents A R Fisher is now serving a life sentence in the Eddyville penitentiary for the murder of Â¬ Praise From Arkansas D Badiiaqb Cloverport Ky Enclosed find 2 which you will please apply on my subscription to the News We are pleased to note that you have kept up your standard of excellence durirg the past year We welcome the News each week as a letter from home Wishing you and each of your readers a prosperous and happy New Year I Yours truly remain Sidney J Bbacic Box 1G3 Yanderyoort Ark Mrt John Dkar Sir Edward Thompson city marshal of Hardinsburg appealed to the governor for executive clemency last week but it was refused him Harrison committed the crime in December 1890 and was aent to the pen in Â¬ 1801 Bnomd know that Foleys Honey and Tar is absolutely the best rem- Â¬ edy for all diseases of the Throat Chest or Lungj Dealers are authorized to guarantee it to give satisfaction in all cases A R Fjsher Oloyerport RA Shellman Stephensport E A Witt Yftll Dr Bulls Cough Syrup has saved many a lita It can always be relied on to cure the danxcrnus croup and whooping cough It giro Immediate relief and should be kept In every home It only costs 35c a bottle Hardinaburg Cool Reoeptlon M Waived Examination Ciceio King the slayor of Sam Case bier the town marshal of Hartfod waived examining trial and was held over tothe grand jury of the next term jjftho Ohio county circuit court Mr J5 B Ejkens who went tp Cassbiera assistance am was cut on the leg by King is reported as improving nicely and wooly Christmas and a tame apathetic New Year These were the holiday extremes at Cloverport this year After indulging in an exciting Christmas the old town determined to turn over a new leaf and the result was that everybody went to bed before mid-Â¬ night on New Years There was no noise no wakefulness and the infant year got a very cold reception Perhaps twas better so A wild Dont ToUrco Suit ml Smoke Your I Jfe Xwij t To quit tobacco easily and forever b tnag oetlc lull or life uerro and visor take the wonder worker that makM weak men Itroug All druggists 0a or II CuroguarajVj teed Booklet and sample free Address Sterling Kemedy Co Chicago or New York Those Dreadful Sores -- - my on one i sufferer My foot and veinsbecame dread with varicose limbs of JJrab They Continued to Spread In Splto of Troatmcnt but Now Thoy ore Hoalod A Wonderful Work ay years I have been b great Â¬ r f I fully swollen When I stood up 1 could fort the blood ruBhlng down the veins of lb ibnn Una day 1 nooiuemauy nu my iictottgHlnufcuohicrobJocbanda sore brokq out wblsh continued jitf tfpr9adand was I concluded I exceedingly painful s needed ablood purifier and 1 began taking sUoiMlma Bofid flLBariaparJlU those dreaul sores which had caded lie Binuch Buffering began to bfal kept on faithfully with Hoods Barnapa xlUi and In a short time my limb was completely Jtoalod and tho or gevp mo no more pain J can be too bnkful Jna Extensive Contract AD Heron has moved his BawmlU plant from the rivoj- front to the Beavin tract The work of removal was perÂ¬ formed by teams owned by Henry 8ta undertaking Mr derand has a contract U saw up 600000 pei ofhardvvfood lumber for the Dean Tie company It is one of tte largest contracts that has been given out here in recent years 1 - i v8Lhg departure The family are now making prepara tions to leave tho city Mrs VanAlstine In Full Dress Party will reside with her relatives at LouisMarion Hamilton and Miss Lenora ville until her husband makes prepara- Price both colored and from Cloverport One of the swellest and most charming tions for their removal to their future were married at Hawesvillo on Tuesday One of the most delightful holiday events enjoyed by the younger set in home socials given in this city this season was The groom was dressed in full military red Mrs VanAlstine by her graciousness uniform and the event set all coon so- Â¬ the rainbow chase that occurred at the this city in recent years was the white and blue tea that was given in and her many accomplishments made ciety agog home of Mr and Mrs Alfred Oelza honor of those four pretty college girls Thursday night The function was giv Â¬ Margurite en by Miss Ethel Oelze The feature of the Misses Marion Bowmer Skillman Florence Cottrell and Mannle tho evening was the rainbow chase Each member of the party had to take White by Miss Eliza May last Thurs ladies were the endbf a string which led through a day afternoon The young tendered a dinner of five courses and tangled maze up stairs downstairs of through hall and family room over every item on the menu was a triumph A White Mark the culinary art The decorations were chairs doors to the dining room The Foleys Kidney Care is a perfectly re- strings all bad their objective points the National colors red white and blue liable preparation for all Kidney rind though they were reached by devious chrysanthemns and mistletoe The souveniers wore jaunty red white Bladder diseases The proprietors of tfanderitfgBrThe first to unravel the Ml this Great Medicine guarantee it or the tangled maze was Miss Lucilo Sterrett of and blue caps which were worn during Â¬ money refunded Do they not Unserve Hawesville who found a beautiful vase the tea by the guests Thoy were after wards used as snappers and afforded a white mark A R Fisher Clover- Â¬ at the end of the rainbow The one to port R A Shellman Stephensport E win the booby prize wao Orville Skill great amusement is The tea was a success in every way A Witt Hardinsburg man who was consoled with a box of reflected great credit upon the charm gum drpps Refreshments were served and Small Assignment ing yonog hostess Miss Eliza May delightful time was had and a Misses Marion Those present were J B Whitworb wuo has been con Those present were Miss Margaret ducting a small mercantile business at and Battle Bowmer and their guest Miss Bowmer Marguerite Skillman Florence Garfield madman assignment last Satur- Â¬ tuctle Bterrett of Hawesville Mies Bes Cottrell Mannle White Fannie Fmjtu day for the benefit of his creditors Hie sie Jarboe and her guest Miss Rena Grace Ferry Nell Gregory Mary Jarboe debts are mostly due to Louisville parties Burkof Owensboro Miss Ora Alexander Ruth Haynes Mary Oglesby and Adolia and amount to about 325 His assets and MiBSJeadelto Warfleld Messrs Moormar consist of a small Btockof goods and some Eugene Vest Victor Bowrn6rEd Good Â¬ Goodman Payne notes and accounts V Q Babbago of nightFred Fraizei Orvlilo Skillman and Hardinsbiirg was chosen as the assignee Charles Moorman On last Sunday eve it being a merry Christmas day at the quiet hour of 3 30 Dr Bulls Cough Syrup is the best very pleasantly and solomnly by the BRECKENRIOQE BELLE remedy for the bronchial aflectiont a treat It authority of Rev J T Lewis Irving mltk toalfow tough or cold toTan 011 lqrit1 may develop serious throat or lung trouble Take Is Hqored With a Oellghtful Social Func- Â¬ ton at the home of the bride Mr Abner Bulls Cough Sjrup at once Goodman wbp is a noted farmer of this tion section was united in marriage to Miss Court Date Changed Goodman The bride is one of thp most Dr John L Long and wifo Qntertaln Judge Ahl entered an order last week popular and attractive of Harned and changing time of holding the County edafQWifcienda on Thursday night in Hardinsburg Mr Matt Payne is a notÂ¬ Court from the third to the fourth1 Mon Â¬ hpnor of Mrs LongH sister Miss Nellie ed farmer of this county who is hdnored day in each trionth This was done to Burk of Breckinridge pounty in- Im Progresalvo eucher was the amuse for his generosity and hoapitality avoid conflict with the Circuit Court mediately after the ceremony- they County Court will be held this month mdnt and the fun was kept up until repaired to the home of the groom where ai Ji kl Jit 30 oclock on the fourth Monday and so in etcl there was the most sumptuous and trange to say there were ties for each succeeding month thereafter of the thre prites Four ladles tied for luxurious supper which was so hand some and elegantly prepared and served TABLERS BUCKEYE PILE 0INT the first prlpe lot being drawn and Mrs the guests of their many friends who MENT Is the pnly remedy for blind EdFennellwas the successful one and prosperity The gentlemens prize was contended wish them happiness bleeding or prptrpdipg pile ipdoraed for by four and fell to Dr II M Keller by physicjans cures thaffostobetinte Married at JetTersoavllle Fbtir ladles tied for the Ponsolatiop prize cases Price WcentsWhofiB TuVea On Tuesday Depember 27fiMr O P and it was wonby Mrs Delma O feller 75 centaA R Fisher Tho first prize wctfa bciutlful ctlrling TuBoy and Mrs M E Simmons former t v7 r silver hat and bonnet brush The ly MisaMary Roberto went to Jefferson Pills of Rougli Reached villa and were married Tn6y will visit second was a cut glass andBllver shav Theillneepfthp FodsvjlerelephpnjB Irlgcaso The third wait a beautiful Chicago and from there will fe o to their aij comRftnyhvobeencjmpflted M future home Butte Montana The bride the Falls of Rough and are In operation French china1 and gilt bon bon dish iivui I At the conclusion of the gtime a de Is a daughter of Mr Tom Roberta near tpthat polflt The wresrp up fpr thei llghtlaV lunch was served and the guests Ekron t it hub iifsm tik ii departed for their- hpaaea highlxpleased iii m Tprdsylllpjo forpfll Eatertftlaeri at OlatHtr t with thoaflair and delighted with the hospitality of Dr Lqng and hlapharm J O Jarboe and family Eugene Many an Innocent little darling srin Havnea and family and Mr and Mrs aL eriug untbldagiriy and cannot explalh ing wIfeFnujkfort tCapltol l Illll lit IJI Harry Hills were1 entertained at pinner its troublos Mifrk yPur childs1 pymrW f U Wl r Saturday evening by Mr asd nU tdmir ybd nJayflndlt trduWed farfy kit HiifcMMert itVA Uriique Holiday Party Tendered by Pretty niss Ethel Oelze 1 Quite a surprise was occasioned in loc-Â¬ al railroad circles when it was announced that Master Mechanic David VanAlstine had tendered his resignation to take ef-Â¬ The paBtjViokihos been an unusually happy one in social circles fect January 15 The people at Holts and Addisons were in a Mr Van Alstine is a splendid railroad throughout the county perfect whirl of pleasure They swung around the circle during the man and his abilities are of an order that his services were nought for by the weekenjoying themselves to the utmost v K V 1 -- Til-1 Wm Chicago and Great Western railroad A tnnntnUln VnmA mi nL ino nrsi party ui uiu wuojs who u i hid uuopiwiuio uumo flattering offer was made him and by the Boultinghoueo near Addison It was a most joyouB event and was a first of February he will be performing the duties of Master Mechanic on that brilliant beginning of the series of social functions that followed The next gathering was at the home of the Misses Dutschke near road with his headquarters at St Paul Holts They are charming entertainers and made their guests feel Minn VanAlstine is a young man but Mr thoroughly at home The refreshments wore excellent and the amuse- Â¬ by reason of his thorough knowledge of ments served to make the evening pass pleasantly mechanics and his executive ability he On Thursday there was a dance at the home of Mr and Mrs Char- Â¬ has worked his way upward in the rail- Â¬ les Oelze on the Hardinsburg pike It was largely attended and was a way business to a position that it often requires years of experience to acquire most delightful affair He is a party at the gentleman conscientious thoroughgoing On Wedhesdjiy Deo 28 there was a unique pound whose character and person home of Mr and Mis McRoberts near Preston Over 150 persons ality command respect While he has been here he has made were present and all enjoyed themselves immensely i warm friends and those who were intim Â¬ CHARMING PATRIOTS ately associated with him will regret his RAINBOJV f CHASINO rSOME7r NOTABLE rt cures promptly all catarrhal affection- - This won- Â¬ derful medicine performs today and has performed in the past half century the speediest cures of colds in the throat chest end lungs Dr Bulls Cough Syrup inyarably Eye Burnedv Bernard Rhodes while engaged in shooting fire crackers in honor of Santa Clans at McDaniels Christmas got his face too close to an exploding fire cracker and the result is that one eye was badly burned In pulmonary trouble the direct action HOREHOUND SYRUP upon tho throat chest and lungs im- Â¬ mediately arrest the malady by reliev- Â¬ ing the distress cutting the phlegtn and freeing the vocal and breathing organs Price 25 and 50 cents A R Fisher of BALLARDS Girls Wear National Colors at a Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ITS A FAGT Â¬ That our Prescription and Drug Depart- Â¬ ment conducted on principles that meet with the approval of the best physicians Â¬ WeireLeate I In Low Prices in the Notions Depart ment Vou can get Dry Goods and all the knick knacks you want in ithat line at cost vv i11 aW t Â¬ fr You cannot get a purer or better selected stock than the qjMWfiHWfc I - Prices will saye you big money -- t Mrs James MinorpLAddl80tJlreceJved Frthi TrvalMA i mftJttlVAlWfWHITSBOKEAMiVERi tilFUQE ahdTWriU1oillWtfiW atid arpmlvPPT9laNdigHWrom owerPj the box of Wd health yinHi uiu TridePfcenUAtiFyjef f kra UlmeVpifawford rrlii iirfln 11 tViJ in n ii i J for the wndrful rprk noodaBarrtpfl riliai hM doue for mej yLMfu A -Ki prangeii irpm tneorerjjtrdQwneq onW9fPlH 9JWplv pj JFW ner The Kith Im Min ifirii JUijJ f IVj Ettlk liiW Uk tUiitw at IH uMyminsZ Wfkkre ar4 bcw 0afliB tlVe w with- their cookwspleiidldhoMeMltkoia oat Myhtg tM her iVUWtoAtMljIiU a few rfoloM anJchirM fulti4 tthVi ir - j Conrad As Mrs Conrad k Miim a famona tS a boaoV of W lJrtiatAii ll ii- - tinKnartliW Verm6nl h y aarsot3c a m tvfiSm An uSTaiwiB rjmi mKWYMllMMwMlwM ibl hHm www mm yx ljHJfl iar wfy fl fell UoiUM PlawiVitd awi fit tnia all Tin Ptt NnAaklittfy dtssvaksffU Mim Mtf m mf- mIH tPfflNrt M - L iUwrPr MiWl ft KLfuVaH1 M rs r ft jtmmmtmuf Kpifc cWuU Wkj4 JKlmaMUWrorHnJWrtii oil T sP Kkrw MPftfet XtHuptaft JLuUoU Wilhjtt OfttAiatiilg ftf DsbTU m t4 AU i HllilNttSoumi in p fl ilfe MVTV as J 4 r Te T r TTi wiiiy ni i Hyi jVjwTyi rfijH - jjpwr 7yipryjpS V Breckenridge fat D News Prtprlitri 4V 0 Sabbtg Editors tad WEDNESDAY IAN 4 1899 PRIORITY Thk Now York Sun the Now York Njew Ykahs Day waa a glorious day Journal and tho Brooklyn Eagle claim for Old Glory to bo the first advocates of the policy of Tub best way to got even with a man expansion in this country The Bjieck is to pay him what you owe him ENnmoK Nkwb is a country weekly but it claims priority In tho issuo of May A food expert says that mince pies 11th it said are not food Correct Most mince pies Tho brilliant victory of Dewey at Manila has advanced this country an are nightmares hundred years A policy of isolation country in the as pursued Thk government established by Cap such is sel flali andby our tendency to pro past lias a tain Olasa on the island of Guam proved tiuce an insular narrowness that will if to bo a very brittle affair followed up in time dwarf the national character In this age of commorce it is If it is human Jo err Mayor Weaver supremely selfish and handicaps our of Louisville 1b the most human mortal energies The Biieckkniudoe News if not tho in this neck of the woods first was one of the first papers in the Louis UrrBit of Louisville cut his United States to see the significance of throat because he hadnt enough Christ Deweys victory as leading to a policy of mas money He was on his uppers as it national expansion A QUESTION OF Â¬ SIX PAGES his targets There is a law against carrying pistols in Kentucky end it is as rigidly enforced as the officers of tho law find it in their nower to enforco it The thing that baflles them is tho hip pocket Abolish tho hip pocket and a long step is taken toward the discouragement of pistol toting Not worth paying attention to you say Perhaps you have had it for weeks Its annoying because you have a constant desire to cough It annoys you also because you remember that weak lungs is a family falling At first it is a slight cough At last it Is a hemorrhage At first It Is easy to cure At last extremely difficult INVOICE SALE Now is your golden opportunity to buy goods for almost a song To save time and labor of invoicing such large stock as we have on hands we have decided to cut the prices on all the goods Aocrs ir quickly conquers your little backing cough There is no doubt about the cure now Doubt comes from neglect For over half a century Ayers Cherry Pectoral has been curing colds and coughs and preventingconsumption It cures Consumption also if taken in time Keep one ef were Pleas Goin a mountain tough was The Farmers Instltuto which was shot and killed tho other day It must held at Irvlngton yeBterdiy and today tiller of tho soil Tho great questions attended that relate to profitable farming were Jiiixjinq from the number of weddings discussed by practical farmers The time that are taking place Breckenridge coun- Â¬ has come when the American farmer ty clergymen are getting lots of practice must look to every detail both in pro Â¬ in tying the true lovers knot duction and in waste on iho farm if he would keep abreast of his enterprising It Henry Wattkrbons nominations neighbors Tho day has passed when were like angels visits few and between there is a good living in the soil they would be more appreciated by the alike for the shiftless and the energetic yictims of his newly acquired nominat Â¬ Careless methods which obtained on ing habit some farms fifty years ago will not now stand the severe competition of improv- Â¬ A Scotch doctor says that out of 100 ed machinery and intelligent manage 000 men between 30 and 30 1694 single ment Those who would knew how to 805 married men men die while only keep up with modern methods and ideas depart this life This would indicate should ayall themselves of every opporthat the stat of matrimony is a health tunity to acquire a technical knowledge resort of their industry was of profilt to every THE FARMERS INSTITUTE be pleasing to his neighbors that 3oln hao gone to know Cherry Pectoral f Br Agers Ctern Pectoral Plasters ever geir lD35 If bob coagB Shall we book on thl i I BELOW COST in order to make the goods go quick We wish you all A HAPPY AND PROS- Â¬ PEROUS year and hope to be favored with your patronage in the future as in the past Our business has proved a great success in the past six months since we opened at this place therefore we are going to give away who A Handsome Bronze Clock to our customers When trading in our store call for coupons Dont fail to secure bne of those handsome bronze clocks which we are givÂ¬ FREE t ing away FREE to our customers ind you a subject free Our Medical Department If you havo anjr complaint whatÂ¬ ever and desire tlie beat medical advice you can possibly obtain write the doctor freely You will recelvs a prompt reply without cost Address Ult J C AVER Lowell Mail Â¬ It is as difficult to locate the man who WHERE THE FA ULT LIES raised the largest ear of corn in BreckenThe bad condition of some of the roads ridge county last year as it is to define in the county is giving rise to consider- Â¬ the exact boundaries of the United able adverse criticism Tax payers beis an era of expan States Truly this lieve that the amount of money spent on sion road improvement this year should have Hartford Ky has what is called an been productive of more lasting results Entree Nous club We do not know They are right Were the same amount what entree nous means but we have of money judiciously spent the results seen the word entree on the hotel bills would have been more satisfactory The ault does not He so much with the roads of fare The club must be a sort of eat ing affair for the Hartford papers tell us as with the road makers Too many of our magistrates were anxious to accom- Â¬ it discussed a choice repast plish too much They spent money in Fifteen thousand people are suffering the superficial improvement of large cec- with the grip in Louisville and the bal- Â¬ tious of roadway If they had devoted ance of the state is at the mercy of the the funds to making permanent repairs disease One of two things is true The on the worst places in the roads this year colonels are all becoming prohibition- Â¬ and followed it up with the same characists or Kentucky whisky is not the in- Â¬ ter of work next year their efforts in the fallible cure for grip that our own John course of a few years would result in a splondid highway system Road Im- Â¬ Vest Bays it is provement in this county is experimental as yet and those who have the work in WORTH THE PRICE charge should learn from experience The late war with Spain taught the It The magistrates were too enthusiastic North that the South is patriotic They tried to do too much Here is cost 250000000 to trounce the Spaniards It was worth that alone to whip the where the fault lies Let them be more dons and we should be doubly grateful conservative next year Let them cover that it also covered the cost of burying less ground and do their work thorough ly Then we will sure enough have good the bloody shirt roads in Breckenridge Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ H BAKER BROS Green Flag Bargain Store KY HARDINSBURG Bro Bigham announced last Sunday HARDINSBURG Calico at A X Kincheloes 3 and 4a Go to A X Kincholoo and get your goods at cost Mrs Godfrey Haswell is visiting at Stephensport J A Dean of Owensboro was here last Saturday The branch did a big passenger busi- Â¬ ness during the holidays Miss Arrie Robertson of Glendeane is visiting Miss Allie Witt liev A H Davis and wife spent a few days last week visiting at Leltchfield Mr and Mrs Betel Sutton of Louis- Â¬ ville arrived last Friday to visit friends GLENDEANE night that the opening sermon would be 4AAMAAAAAVVVVVVVVAWVVWWVVVW WELL NIGH FA ULTLESS The Rockport Jourua one of the best county papers in Indiana has the follow Â¬ ing to say of the News The Breckenridcib Ky News is a con- Â¬ model county paper taining eight pages of seven colums each and printed on excellent paper with Hew clear type The ads are set in the most attractive style and the make up of the paper is well nigh faultles IS AMERICAN SOIL The sovereignity over Cuba has paused from Spain to the United States and with the official ceremonies of the transfer on New Years day Spain ceased to be a power in the western world The United States should see to it that her rule of the islands of Porto Rico and Cuba should be so benificent that their inhabi- Â¬ tants shall never rejoice at the departure of the Americans as they did at the leav Â¬ ing of tho Spaniards Let old glory in our new possessions be as much a flag of the free aa it is at home CUBA DONT SWEAR is FIQHT It the fad to make New Year resold tions Most persons swear off at this season of the year They resolve to quit smoking drinking gambling and other things not good for the body and soul As a rule they make their resolu Â¬ tions only to break them At tho bat- Â¬ tle of San Juan hill Col Wood of the Rough riders said to his men Dont swear fight His famous remark could be appropriately paraphrased during the New Year resolution season Dont swear off fight your vices FINE PUBLICATION Ik plain English the Courier Journal Almanac for 1899 ia much in little It A is an encyclopedia of information and an epitome of events It contains a full history of the Spanish war a record of the political events of the year and the pages of informatlon on the war revenue bill alone makes it invaluable The Courier Journal Almanac is the best publication of its kind within our ken It U a book that no man should be with out Failure to get it almost amounts to criminal negligence A SIMPLE REMEDY A W Galloway who is now In tho city prison serving a sentence for carry lag concealed weapons la a type of the claw that hi covering Kentucky with odium and is making the soil of this air tat ia truth dark audi bloody ground He k an habitual pistol toter Ia a draakea Itmtj be reached to hie hp jXMket fee fale revolver and shot at aa la oHoaelye boy and toe eUy marshal it jU - WMAirUthAtbdid - aj not kill both - TUTTS Uver PILLS ad preached by Rev Mr Moore paBtor of Hale Dean spent his holidays at his the Baptist church if he could get here home in Owensboro an- Â¬ He also He is now in Louisville Tom McOlure came down on Mondays nounced that be was expecting a number here train to see relatives here Morris Beard and wife went to Fords of yisiting ministers here during the pro- Â¬ Miss Ester Lewis of Hardinsburg is ville last week to visit his father Wm gress of the meeting as a weral had been invited and had signified a willingness to visiting MiBS Alma Mattingly Beard Miss Arrie Robertson visited Miss V G Babbage has been appointed attend Allie Witt of Hardinsburg last week trustee in Bankruptcy for Wm T Mat Dr Balls Cough Syrup banishes at Miss Alma Mattingly visited at Mr tingly once all forms of throat dlieatet ami alwayi cflecti Billy Rhodes at McDaniels last week Mr end Mrs Kingiton spent a day in r permanent cure Thl wonderful remedy hai John H Kennedy of Grayson county the country laat week the cuesta of Mr cured thousands olsuflerer from bronchltliboaiM nets and other bronchial trouble was at Mr Perry Hoekina Saturday and and Mrs Eliiab Board Sunday Miss Tula Daniel left last Friday to GUSTON PLEA FOR A UNITED CHURCH Get to hustling or 1809 will be to far visit relativts in St Louis She will be Key Dr J I Vance of Nashville aloug for you to keep tip with the pro- Â¬ absent about ten days Tenn in his Christmas day sermon Mrs Cook mother of Mrs E D Pick- Â¬ cession Miss Itobertson of Glendeane who urged the wiping out of the terms Miss Georgya B Robertson waa the erel is on the sick list North and South as applied to the has been visiting Miss Eva Hensly re- Â¬ very ill at the guest of Miss Eva Hensley HardinBburg Mrs Will Baskett is turned to Glendeane Monday Presbyterian church He said lost weok Mrs W J Piggott and her son Huben home of her father Joe G Anderson I wonder if the time is not at hand Jce Matting y went to Hardinsburg for the efiacement of geographical marks of Bewleyville came down lost week to Miss Myrtle Norman who is teaching from the name of our beloved Presby- Â¬ visit her sister Mrs R N Miller the Bald Knob school went home to Monday to purchaso a tract of timber on terian Church in America She should Jewells creek Mrs Ed Beard who has been visiting Sirocco to epend Xmas be the first to put into practico the GosOwen Hunter accompanied his sister pel she proclaims Ana yet it must be her father Major Horace Scott returned Mies Partridge the music teachor in admitted that while Mason and Dixons to her home in Louisville last Monday to Buras Sunday Miss Hunter has five Prof Crabbes school at Iryington is line has disappeared from the geography Ermine and Ellen Mun weeks more teaching Your note or account is now due and visiting Misses of citizenship It survives in the geograMiss Ella Robertson has returned from phy of the church I speak today for the you are expected to come and settle ford Presbyterianism that shall no more be without further notice A X Klnche a very pleasant visit to Miss Jennie Doctor Warner Shacklett is a cow marked North or South but whose loo Rough comer to our town but he is one of the Green Falls of territorial boundaries shall be cotermi Robt Moorman after two weeks of nus with the uttermost limits of the We made an error last week in stating roost zealous workers in our Christian republic an American Presbyterian holiday returned Monday to the A and thatGus Shellman paid 2000 for his Endeavor society Church M College at Lexington farm lately purchased of George Hook On the evening of December 30 Miss What Dr Vance says of Presbyterian The price waa 3000 Instead of returning to Georgetown Helen Pollock gave a cotillion party in ism is true of Methodism A union of Paul Dempster tws to Louisville thla Mis Sallie Miller and her sister Misa honor of her guest Miss Wllla Flanagan separated denominations Is a consuma week to enter Madcal College tion devoutly to bo wished for It would Bettie Hook went to Webster Monday of Lebanon Ky Jimmy Reeves Centralis Ills is visit result in a concentration of forces that evening to attend an oyster supper given On December 30 1898 Miss Nettle iug at his uncles F L Curtis He has would bring about a greater and more by Mr and Mrs Fred Moorman Shumate daughter of Mr Mike Shumate N Mr and Mrs Jesse Whitworth spread died of tho effects of a severe and pro accepted a position In the post and freight enthusiastic era of Christian endeavor office Reunited churches would be a sacred an elegant Christmas dinner at thoir res tracted spell of typhoid fever Bro Miller besides knowing the benediction pronounced upon a reunited dence near the depot last week at which Henry Constantino one of the most several of their young friends were in- Â¬ hiirhly respected colored men of this soldier and his likings knows the spirit country of poetry His pen should not be an vited county has returned from Chicago To Cure Constipation Forever The young lady friends of Miss Lottie where he has been for the past two years idle one Tako Caucurots Candy Cathartic 10a or 50 Mr Jesse L Owen has returned from It O C O all to cure druggists refund mouey Sherman regretted to see her leave last in tho employ of Evan Pusey Lewisport where ho had been for some Â¬ Sunday for Canada where she will make NICELY INTERPRETED Geo J NefTsays it will only be a short time directing the feeding of his herd her home in the future Miss Lottie waB time until his store house and dwelling of cattle quite a favorite among the young society 9 Just will be lighted with electricity Uncle Josh Interpreted With Profession- Â¬ folks oi this place W R Moorman and son Henry our think of our town having electric lights Mrs Mary McKlnney who has lived If we only had a town marshal and a boy in blue went to Owensboro Friday al Ability at Mrs Daniels for several years pur Â¬ calaboosoj wo would be moat up to visit friends and relatives They re- Â¬ j yverccs itrrismmmmmT turned Sunday The play Uncle Josh rendered by chased a farm last week and has gone with our sister town Irvlngton aerweSHU All praise to Kentucky girls They close them uUJKmTaWamW the members of the local lodge of the A to the country to live When Mis Say that piece of poetry in last weeks O U W at Mattlnglys hall last Tues Â¬ Daniels died Mrs Ely presented her issue from Frank Miller is the first are not only the fairest but the noblest No Hobson kissing day night brought forth a world of com- Â¬ with 100 in money and she invested this piece of poetry from this town since the the world contains Shoes made of No neet material craze for them and we are proud of paper solea 1 pliments from tho two largo audiences in the land leather Reasons illustrious Fred Bush left But there is uiu pricMr Dr R W Burcb who recently moved no telling what undeveloped resources them that witnessed it Mrs D O Moorman and little daugh Â¬ The characters were all finely inter- Â¬ from Jollys Station to a farm near this place does contain even if wo have In the O DfillArtmnnf 1 tM1 1preted and the play was given with al- Â¬ FayncBville Meade county was here one not found the largest ear of corn here yet ters Louise and Betsie visited Mrs mad Iceable imimnnu i dt last weok He Bays ho is very much notwithstanding most professional smoothness get rid of em before winter ia over wo keep up a mighty Frank Peyton and attended the protract- Â¬ A lack of space prevents an extended pleased with his new location and in heap of counting the grains on every big ed meeting at the Falls of Rough for two criticism of the play but In justico to connection witn the practice of medicine ear daya doing business gives you advantage DV the actors wo must say that all acquitted he will conduct a considerable farming l GrocerfeeadUCUOa Glendeane deported herself nicely Well our neighbor Charley Blanford interest Mr Burch left his subscrip Â¬ themselves in a very creditable manner No trouble of was defeated but I want to toll yon what through the holidays The drama was a success from an ar- - tion to the Nkwb heard a man nay at the close of Mr any sort The few Jugs shipped in were I The Dry Goods Department is replete with seasonable tistlo and financial standpoint Extensivo arrangements are being Blanforda speech here last Fall He eald private and drunkenness was a rarity fabrics at bed rook prices made for the opening of the big rovlval I have road after Carlisle Lindsay These things were as they should be which will begin at tho city hall next Watterson Bryan and other writer on and our cltizenaare models 1iWWUWAM disease by the timely use of Sunday night All the Christian denom- Â¬ the money queetloB but Blanford hua Its said that thoee Fordsville people inations of the town and surrounding put this question before me In a plainer think of coming op Satuiday and giving Officers EUeU4 Liver Pills an old and country are invited to join in the service way thau I ever heard It put befpre their plays and farce at Utopia Hall Sat Â¬ given Satarday night by Fordsville tal Â¬ At the annual meeMagof Breokearidge increasing A choir of City yolcee Is being organized This is quite a compliment to Mr Blan Â¬ urday night Hope they will do so A ent favorite remedy of Lodge Ko 07 F A A M at Hardlns to conduct the ringing under the leader Â¬ ford aa U was as Intelligent and good a great big welcome and a full hooee shall A Frightful JUader popularity Always cures following officers were elected ship of the beet musical Uiout In the business man aa there la in Meade coun Â¬ he theirs It theyll let us know la time Will often caaae a horrible Bars Seald barp the A MeMeador W M city The hall will be made comfortable ty who made the remark O Royalty S aad the weather la good Oat or Brutoe Bucklens Aralea Sal ye W O Haswell J W Andrew Drlekell stomach malariai indiges- Â¬ for all who may attend and It la suffl Mies Mary Moorman the beet in the world will kill the pats Mice Fannie sour Asetker Gerid Ma Qee Wreflg cieatly large to seat eight or nlae hua- 8e j W G Jlaewell fcfaearw O R tion torpid liver constipation drd people The choir will occupy the lie failed to we Foleys Kidney Care J Flsfeer Mlea Nannie Board aad Messrs aad proaantly heal it Carwi Old Sorea Robert 8 aadT Heary Meeraaa r and Fan Dmp Fever Bores Ulcere Holla Feloaa Oeraa A R Fisher stage room which la amply commodious for hi Mdney complaint and all bilious diseases Eruption ieetFil Oar on tar weat to Fonkyille Saturday They eaHfc Onlv 96 oenu a ho Care Mtr foraeyenty flyeor one hundred people Oloverportj R A Shellwaa Steptieu returned Sunday aJWrnooa flighted antyd SoW by Short A Hayuw J3ru i thk might be reserved for them Vpotti E A Witt Uardiasburg sjjt-jy-j- r tun ana M emetjtjjinment V J aT fk QPfVJkU ZZ2 is a o Jtfr UVtr tT Easy Steps to Take o Â¬ to Economy Â¬ Vests j 6 mmmmT 1 5 n J 3 1- -- ad tl Jmt S Arrest ftMwwVeiM Tutts SICK HEADACHE aHin a y waur - 1 PAwparijA VUmHm rsz t f- KpKBWfWBHIlHHBWVf 1 - m gggtMiiMMsMismwwsttMsMsMi njik tmmm LA S IMrttiWi- HiBijk j K Jj HWKlKUjan T if Ji 1 I ii333 - HEADACHE T UBIHK UASUAMBTa and innr nrn tho best modlcino wo havo ever hud In the houne Last wooU my wlfo was frnntlc with bendnche for tnodays sho trloitaomoof jourCASCAHETS Jho poln in her head almost Immediately Wo loth recommend Caacaretfl flit A a lviihimiiiii Pittsburg Sato Deposit Co FlttaburR Pa Hotli my wife nml rnToiriivhn - TILLING THE SOIL What a Great Orator Says of Farming To Dress the Garden and to Keep 1 flIlL10 5 ITS YOUR LOSS l If You Dont Accept This Magnificent Offer j IVY v0 J I La rATUA CANDY ni RSOliTIRtD It While the city is refreshed and reno Â¬ vated by the pure tides pourod from the country into its steamy and turbid chan Â¬ nels tho cultivation of the soil affords at homo that moderate excitement healthful occupation and reasonable ro- turn which most conduce to tho pros perity and enjoyment of life It is in lact tho primitive employment of man first in time first in importance The nortly created father of mankind was placed by tho Supreme Author of his be Â¬ ing in tho garden which tho hand of Omnipotence Itself had planted to dress and keep it Before the heaving bellows had urged the furnace before a hammer ltad struck upon an anvil bo fore the gleaming waters had flashed from nn oar before tiadu had hung up its scales or gauged its measures the culture of the soil began To dress tho garden and to keep it I This was the key note struck by the hand of God him Â¬ self in that long joyous wailing trium- Â¬ phant troubled pensive strain of life music which sounds through tho genera Â¬ tions and ages of our race Banished from the garden of Eden mans merciful sentence at onco doom reprieve and livelihood was to till the ground from which he was taken and this in its primitive simplicity was tho occupation of the gathering societies of men To this wholesome discipline the mighty East in the days of her ascendancy was trained and ao rapid was her progress that in periods anterior to the dawn of history sho had tamed the domestic ani mate had saddled the horse and yoked the ox and milked tho cow and sheared the patient sheep and possessed herself of most of tho cereal grains which feed mankind at the present day I obtained from the gardens of Chatsworth and sent to this country where they germinated two specimens of wheat raised from grains supposed to have been wrapped ap in Egyptian mummy cloths 3000 years ago and not materially differing from our modern varieties one of them indeed being precisely identical thuB affording us the pleasing assurance that the com which Joseph placed in Ben Â¬ jamins sack before the great pyramid was built was not inferior to the best of the present day Edward Everett Â¬ ILJI TKADf MADK The Childs Bible and the Breckenridge News for I Year for 200 nSInhEtlbVl I v I SUIIi HU D RraiJ Hatrr1 Kt Tr StT nndpnnrnnteeilbr nil drug S1 UUHU gins to ICKK Tobacco Habit Ckfer CURE CONSTIPATION trap Tasto Sloken Weaken or Gripe Potent 10c Good Do 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deceptive It comes on bo slowly yet surely that it is often firmly seated be fore we are aware of it The name of this disease which may be divided into three distinct stages is First Kidney trouble indicated by pain in the back rheumatism lumbago fre- Â¬ quent desire to urinate often with a burning sensation the flow of urine being copious or scant with a strong odor If allowed to advance this reaches the Second stage or Bladder trouble with heavy pain in the abdomen low down between the navel and the water passage increasing denire to urinate with scald- Â¬ ing sensation in passing small quantities being passed with difficulty sometimes necessary to draw it with instruments If uric acid or gravel has formed it will prove dangerous if neglected The Tuird stage is Brights Disease There is comfort in knowing that Dr Kilmer the great kidney and bladder specialist has discovered a Remedy fam Â¬ ous for its marvelous cures of the most distressing cases and known as Dr Kil- Â¬ mers Swamp Boot It is sold b All druggists As a proof of the wonderful yirtuea of this great discovery Swamp Root a sam ple bottle and book of valuable informa Â¬ tion will be sent absolutely free by mail on application to Dr Kilmer Co Bing hamton N Y When writing kindly mention that you read this liberal offer in the Bbkckenridge News IMK This Bible is far in advanco of nil competitors It never has been and is not now equalled anywhere It is printed upon a paper of great opacity tough- Â¬ ness and softness and agreeable tone The Bible possesses a Concordance maps of tho Holy Land and helps in the way of plates showing the money language animals and history of the Bible This Biblo is in Morrocco binding round corners gold edged and patent indexed on tho margin Tte ana This illustration shows tho size of type and tho styleof pages This is positively tho most valuable edition of Biblo that has ever been printed the beginning of the Jtood GENESIS 1 VIIL The vatrrs amrctw CIIICIST R Ikftm C1II1IBT 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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 tho human voice orany sound and reproduce it at once You can keep the voices of your inenus 10 no nearu wnenever you wish Graphophones made for home entertainment can be bought as low as 110 Write for catalogue 30 to the Columbia PuoNoanAPii Co No 010 Pennsylvania Ave Washington D O ioo a year 9t1fVVV9Vv MoGlures Magazine io cents a copy ported Sir I have to report I have captured a torpedo Bring it on board sir commanded Fremont and Gillis actually did so swiinmina with it to the ship and fasten Â¬ ing tackle to it FOR 1899 Among tho special features aro The Weekly St Louis Globe Democrat A Great Semi Weekly Paper Republican In Politics A NEW SERIAL BY RUDYARD KIPLING THE LATER LIFE OP LINCOLN THE NAVAL SHDE OP THE WAR BY OAPT MAHAN A TELEGRAPH OPERATORS LIFE REAL EXPERI- Â¬ ENCES AND ADVENTURES Contributions by tbo highest authorites on new developments in DY MIS Price One Dollar per Year IDA M TAIIIIhLL sroo sroo Issued in Semi Weekly Sections Kvery Week Skmi-Wkek-- ly IaRci hyervliitsday rlday Slxttin 1jkis Klfclit 1 ami nothing like it for an evening entertainment Other so called talking machines reproduco only records of subjects specially prepared In a laboratory but the Qraphophona is not limited to such performances On tho Qraphophono you can easily make and instantly reproduco records of tho voice or any sound Thus it constantly awakens new interest and its charm Is ever fresh The reproductions aro clear and brilliant Most fascinating inven Â¬ tion of tho age Ahaa ready to entertain It require no skill to oper Â¬ ate It and reproduce tho music of bands orches Â¬ tras vocalUts or instru- Â¬ mental soloists There Is How to Prevent Pneumonia You are perhaps aware GraHttplMies ioaunpd seM Jlanulrtured under the patents of Hell Tatnter Zalson id Jlrcijonald OurcstabUilimpnt U hemt qimrttir or the world for lalklnK Machines and TalXliisUachlntj Supplies Wrtto or caUlogua COLUMBIA PHONOGRAPH CO are tor Dept 30 910 Pennsylvania Avenue Chicago Paris Philadelphia Washington Buffalo Comfort Washington D O New York St Louis Baltimore G aasiatancfi King ia rn1 BLIL -- Jbefcet Line Fast Mall Lin UawMa d La Grippe Succeisfully Treated I have just recoyered from the second attack of la grippe this year says Mr Jas A Jones publisher of the Leader Mexia Texas In the latter case I used Chamberlains Cough Remedy and I think with considerable success only being in bed a little over two days against ten days for the former attack The sec ond attack I am satisfied would have been equally as bad as the first but for the use of this remedy as I had to so to bed in about six hours after being struck with it while it the first case I was able to attend to business about two days before getting down For ealo by A R Fisher Oloverport R A Shellman Â¬ Â¬ followed by that disease when Chamber lams Cough remedy was used It coun- Â¬ teracts any tendency of a cold or la grippe Every bottle warranted For sale by A R Fisher Oloverport RA Shellman Stephensport nia always results from a cold or from an attack of la grippe During the epidem ic of la grippe a few years ago when so many cases resulted in pneumonia it was observed that the lattuck was never Â¬ thrt pneumo- Â¬ SCIENCE INVENTION EXPLORATION Embracing articles descriptive of in tho Diving Tor pedo Kojit Submarine Navigation The Kite in Modern Warfare Telegraphing without Wires The Marvels of the Sea A Pluiifco Unsolved Problems of As-tronomy Life in the Deepest Mines What Peary is Doing in the Arctic The Telectroscope Pictures by Telegraph Oddities About Lightning Out of every threo persons struck by lightning two survive and recover The amount of electricity in a thunderbolt is not very great the exports say but the voltage is extremely high and that is what does the damage It is rather re- Â¬ markable that so little should be known as to the nature of a fluid which is in such common and everyday use Nowa days it would be almost as easy to get along without water as electricity yet the fluid is still called the mysterious inasmuch as its character and properties are to a greatextent unknown The lat Â¬ est and beat accepted theory is that like light It la a form of motion Boston Â¬ SPLENDID SHORT STORIES They will come from such authors as Imiik Stephensport Sarah Orne Jewett Robert Barr Octave Thanet John A Hill Cutcliffe Hyne Sarah Barnwell Elliott ffamin Garland E Nesbit Stephen Crane Morgan Robertson Ellen Glasgow Clinton Ross Shan F Bullock We shall nnhllsh a number of very striking stories by new writers and also a number of those short crisp diamatlo epleodes from real life which our readers have come to know as a special feature of McClurks Rudyard Kiptng William Allen White The Wkkklv GLOBE DEMOORAT issued in sections is almost euninl to dailv nt Newspaper weekly he two naDOI H each nweek lrlva 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SAMPLE COPY free of chare upon receipt of request Address THE GLOI1E PRINTING CO St Louis Mo The DAILY GLOBE DEMOCRAT is without a rival in all the West and stands xng very rrom among the tew REALLT GREAT Newspapers of the world As a at y y Dally Including -- Sundy 0 00 Dally Without Sunday THE BIO CROP THE S S McCLURE COMPANY NEW YORK OITY One Year 0 Months 3 Months - - 3 00 150 11Y One Year - - 4 01 0 Months - - - 2 00 3 Months 150 MAIL rOSTAQK IJIEIAID 5unday Edition 30 to 00 Pages One Year - GjMonths - - -- 200 100 200 East 2Bth Stkmut Potatoes Are lore Extensively Rais Â¬ ed Than Wheat NEW YORK Louisville and Evansvill GTBAMERS In an article in the November nuinbor of McOluros Magazine Mr AValdron up Â¬ sets the time honored theory that wheat ia tho most important crop in the wold and gives the palm to potatoes Over 4000000000 bushels of potatoes are pro duced every year to 20001X10000 bushela of corn while wheat takes third place with an annual production of only 2500 000000 bushels Ireland leads all other countries in potato eating the annual consumption there being 11407 pounds to each person or over lour pounds a Germany with an aunual per day capita consumption of 1300 pounds conies neat the Netherlands coming third and Italy bringing up the extreme rear with an annual per capita consump- Â¬ tion ot oaly forty eight pounds Transcript Sunday Chrlstmases Thero baye been 18 Sunday ChrlstÂ¬ mases since tho Declaration of Indopond ence Those in recent years were 1870 1681 1887 1802 and 1808 An old adage says Sunday Chrlstmases are always fol Â¬ lowed by years of peace and plenty To the Public We aro authorized to guarantee every bottle of Ohainberlalns Cough Remedy and if not satisfactory to refund the mon Â¬ ey to the purchaser There Is no better medicine made for la grippe colds and whooping cough Prlco 25 and Wo per bottle Try It A R Fisher Oloyor port t K-- A Shellman Stepheasport I B G KAGON V M Ryan Master W A Bishop Pnrsar TAKASOON D J Bond A T O CAMS F OWEN WITH CO A BOON TO MANKIND 1 DTABLERS BUCKEYE VJ I Peony MssUr L T Conner Parser PICKETT TOBACCO WAREHOUSE A BRIDGES TELL CITY X II Ballard MUter W B Newbell Purser Proprietors - P ridge -- D STAGGS Cor Eighth and Main Sts A Louisville Ky Not 2Z6 mt Hroc w jnma COi UTSr-m--i SeHri plralL 1 zz wiZiri O rrj w -w m m j PILE EJ 3s VS ML E TUFLFI dins-cted ad H ftlHHibyr ys kell JR VrTeHK PMied Tke beet Daily eioepl Batarday between LobIstIIU Kew Atiitefda Vrekrat fllrpei by this llao deilrered nukk H1 BRIDGES W Q BRIDGES tec ri Four Months Storagi Free iHihe Gombne lxMra irlf aar CURE etifieseat and aeaewsBodatloai stHttr aw aaployed ai eooki aad He mm U iHlt that ofse beat hoted Avense eMfl4aeM 1T m4 lit lad Urn UmM are nnr MM Ltrill v invrnxr l oTTrfl3iTpi ww mux ffM To Insure a happy new keep the body vigorous by ltmss Ou Mlsute Ooagh Cure loosen liver clear and Um colo allays couuhing and hsats using D Witt Llttl Early Risers Ike juWy TtsbtoougU cur lor chll famous lUtUt jptjls lor coaUpMioa tod Coughing nur and inflames sore te Yr A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN u 60 to the Bbeokenridoe Nkws am get a 1500 Biblo S Q CURES WHERE ALL x i - A dftf 4bttt ft Hy lit imUss and th Nsws free of charge for one year Sfao fc Uayjufc MMK F TUBM ULL KY MAIL 7 CKNTS Fo Bale by A R JM THERE HAVE FAILED TTtfc 3HT topM Flh OloTerport Ky M Krt teflon Ltttt ML i Wmmm mmmmmmmmmmmmBmmBmmmmmmimzi INTERESTING FACTS Ls About Three Very Queer European Cities Â¬ a mmmMMGjf9gi fM 7 Jr Jpm WjgfJFiJBt S ifw m FARM AND STOCK CBSNSCiNE 9 FIFTEEN YEARS A StiUbrcr wlili Lamo Uncle BANK OF BLACK DIAMONDS Are very scarce but eyery Lump of S3Sir HAEJOTSBURG H F BEARD President WILL MILLEIt Via President M II BEARD Cast l r -- Two are Built on Islands and One on Piles The city of Ghent in Belgium is built on twenty six islands These islands are connected with each other by eighty bridges The city baa three hundred streets and thirty public squares It is noted for being the birthplace of Oharles V and of John of Gaunt whom Shakes poare called time honored Lancaster and as the scene of the pacification of Ghent November 8 1570 and of several insurrections sieges and executions of nell known personages It is associated with American history by tho treaty made there December 24 1814 terminat- Â¬ ing the second war between England and the United States known as the War of 1812 Baskett Coal Is a Jewel ITS That the verdict of all houeskeepers who use BASKETT COAL as a fuel Its good points are numerous is AN ECONOMICAL COAL For the reason that it gives more heat for the money than any other coal on tho market It makes a steady lasting lire Fill your stove or grate with it at night close your drafts and youve got a lire that lasts until morning You do not have to uso as much BASKETT COAL as you do others because it has moro substance and weight to it than the fast burning coal ITS A CLEAN COAL Tho BASKETT COAL is clean All good bituminous coal produces clinkers so docs the BASKETT but it makes less clinkers and less ashes than most other varieties and is therefore an ideal grate or stove fuel Is a superb fuel for use in flouring mills tobacco factories saw mills and manufacturing plants BASKETT OOJLIT Amsterdam in Hollaid is built on piles driven far below the water into the earth Tho city 1b intersected by many canals which are spanned by nearly three hundred bridges and resembles Venice in the mingling of land and water though It is considerably larger than that city The canals divide the city which is about ten miles in circum- Â¬ ference into ninety islands The city of Venico is built on eighty ieloto which ure connected by nearly four hundred bridges Canals serve for streets in Venice and boats called gon- Â¬ dolas for carriages The bridges are as a rule very steep rising considerably in the middle but have easy steps The circumference of the city is about eight miles Philadelphia Times William Moore of Stanford sold to Danville parties a lot of corn at f 1 35 de- Â¬ livered Oucumber growers in one little Wisconsin town Palmyra woro paid 7000 for their crop this year There are 198 chef bo factories in Monroe county Wis and this year 10 000000 pounds of cheese wore made Ike and G S Shelby of the Shelby City section sold to Dulaney of Clark 40 700 pound heifors at 3c and a premium of 1 per head Advocate Tho Stanford Journal notes tho sales of soyeral lots of hogs at 2 75 to 2 80 lot of corn at 1 35 delivorod 25 yearling and cattle at 3 83 In Kansas the application of 20 tons of barnyard manure per acre caused an ex- Â¬ cessive growth of straw in wheat and failed to properly develop the grain Wills of Oyntblana bought for a Philadelphia party 23 mnle colts of Burton of Garrard and nine of M S Baughman of Stanford at an average two-year-o- ld H - G W BEARD I MORRIS ESKRtDGE RM DIRECTORS J TIME JOLLY INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS Hendersin Route Loflisrilkr Henderson PnxJonla N Y Jane SO 1894 Fxitner DcarSlri I most cheerfully rocoramond your Kidney and Dackncho Ouro for what It bos dono or me I havo boon a sufforor for flf toon yean with lamo back and kidney troutlo Somo tlmes my Dock has boon so bad I could hard Â¬ ly straighten up for n month at a tunc I would bo taken with a stitch In tho back that would last from throo days to a month The Dr MM i 1 SI Louis iV Co Time Card In Efreot Deo4 108 KAST HOUND No St Louis MasVrt V 46 4No 4Vo 766am 301 37 3 13 3 20 2 20pm 2 If 3111 fj Evamville Henderson Lv of 35 Our foreign trade in corn wheat and potato starch has increased enormously Thirty years ago exports were but 205- 000 and during the past fiscal year 1372 000 doctors could glvo mo no rollof Ono physi Â¬ cian said I had strained my back and there was no cure for it Two years ago I got six bottlos of your Kidney and Dackncho Ouro and one botuo of your Blood and Liver Komody and Norvo Tonic Belief began at once and continued unlotoruptodly to a perfect euro f 66rMi 7 865pm 323 328 339 44 4 00 16 245im SpMUvillc Meads 731 738 7 45 7 52 IE A- DRUQQIST - WITT Hardinnburg NOTES ROM AND NOTES Stanley Griffith Mnttingly Owensboro Waltman Worthlngton 768 801 8 07 3 29 3 31 3 41 32T Pates PowenJforRockport Ind 818 827 353 4 Kentucky Leisport Petrie 1 llawesville for CanneltonTeil City Cloverport Holt Pierce Falcon SAVED OUR LIFE Special Prices in Carload Lots ADDRESS COMMUNICATIONS TO Do Not Neglect the Kdneys and Bladder Disorder of these important organs causes Brights disease rheumatism pain in the back dropsy and other troubles Disease sometimes gets a hold upon your kidneys and bladder before you realize that anything serious is the matter Often these organs pre neglected until that awful malady Brights disease has fastened upon you and death awaits its victim Many miraculous cures have been wrought by a courso of treatment with Dr Davis kidney Tablets These tablets are put up in the shape of n kid noy bean and the formula has been pro- Â¬ nounced by the best physicians of mod- Â¬ ern times to be the most direct in action on the kidneys of any remedy known to medical science You can eat these tab- Â¬ A Question of Courage lets as you would candy Send for free How in the name of common sense a booklet on kidney diseases Sold by all man can call himself a Christian and reÂ¬ druggists or sent on receipt of price fuse to put down an evil the greatest 60 cents and 1 evil the world has ever known when it is in his power to do so is a mystery I A Fine Offer cannot for the life of me fathom A usual interest to every reader of this In one of our little neighboring towns on paper is the advertisement elsewhere in Christmas eve a numberof good women this issue of the St Louis Christian workers undertook to have a unquestionably one of the greatest supper in order to get money for the of American newspapers That peerless benefit of their Sunday school but the paper can now be had by mail every whisttey shops turned out so many drunk day including the big Sunday issue for men who crowded around tho doors of only six dollars per year and at that the hall where the reception was being price it is certainly within the reach of held and caused such a commotion of all who desire to read any daily paper drunken reyelry and finally broils that The Weekly Globe Democrat is issued the crowd dispersed at an early hour and in semi weekly sections of eight pages returned to their homes Now why are each making it practically a large semi these things Simply because men lack weekly and almost equal to tho average the manhood and the boldness to como daily at one dollar a year This issue is forward and say We will put down this just the thing for the farmer merchants vice that is burling to degradation and to or professional man who has not the a drunkards grave our boys and bring time to read a daily paper but wishes to ing heart aches and premature gray heads keep promptly and thoroughly posted to their mothers One cowardly man It is made up with especial reference to will say 0 1 dont see how we could the wants of every member of the family do anything with whiskey It would be not only giving all the news but also a hard to stop the sale of it Another great variety of interesting and instruc- Â¬ Bays It would hurt my trade some of tive reading matter of all kinds Write my beat customers aro men who drink for free Ram pie copies to Globe Printing Co St Louib Mo and I cant afford to insult them No you can afford to use your influ- Â¬ no but Millions Given Away ence as onejndividually and try to snatch It is certainly gratifying to tho public our neighbor or his boy from a thrall dom worse than an Egyptian bondage to know of one concern in the land who If you would see a man running to- Â¬ are not afraid to be generous to the needy ward the brink of a yawning precipice and suffering The proprietors of Dr would you not put forth every effort in Kings New Discovery for Conumption Coughs and Colds have given away your power to arrest his progress before lie was ingulfed in the terrible torrent over ten millions trial bottles of this and below It is tar worse to look on the great medlcino has have the satisfaction of knowing it cured thousands of bloated faces of men and know bow they hopeless cases Asthma Bronchitis are bringing ruin to themselves and their families and never make an effort Hoarseness and all diseases of the throat to briig them back to their families and chest and lungs are surely cured by it Call on Short Haynes druggist and to their God If a vote of the people get a trial bottle free Regular are 50c would not carry to put this curse from and fl Every bottle guaranteed or our midst could not license be placed at price refunded such high figures that a man could not afford to sell it I think the town trustee A LONd VISIT who has this power and especially a man who is called a Christian ought to blush with shame when he sees the poor It Exemplifies the True Southern Hospitality old white headed man and the young man In the very zenith of manhood and oh so Bad to say sometimes evon boys One of tho longest visits on record is staggering and dragging about tho streets one that was made by a woman in the in all the loathsomeness of beastly in- Â¬ south Perhaps such a thing could not toxication Surely if theyicould know have happened in a less hospitable part the sleepless nights of agony of the wife of the country a refined woman with no and mother whose sons or buabaud are home of her own that was in the days absent from home and are hovering when women were expected to be cared around a low grog shop and sea little for and not going out into the world to helpless children half clothed and half look out for themselves This woman fed this cold winter weather they would went one day to spend the day with n band together and say My brother let friend and she remained for twenty flve us slop this evil let us ask ourselves years She outlived tho father and are wo doing our dutyl in our Masters mother of the family took their places vineyard Let us take our brother by to some extent in the hearts of the child- Â¬ the band and lift him from the mire of ren end for all those years she lived this Slough of despair Then may our there happy and beloved and giving in Master say la as much as ye have done return for her home thooe services which it unto one of the least of these my cannot be hired brethern ye hays dona it unto me But Horrible agony la caused by Piles fight saloons keep them out of your towns remove this devils temptation Burns and Skin Diseases These are im and then Qod will bless and prosper the mediately relieved and quickly cured by efforts mtdo by those trying to do His Da Witta Witch Hazel Salve Beware o worthless Imitations Short dc Hay will nea Cold Watch Globe-Democrat Â¬ 1 1 1 Pittsburg Coal Company BASKETT KY iiwvkwwaaSaaaiaaisaaaaaa ATTORNEY Will Viaaaaasaaaaaaaa V G BABBAGE AT LAW Meade and Pracice in all he Cours in Breckenridge Hancock Counties Claims collected Mortgages Notes Liens and other securi- Â¬ Divorces ties enforced and the money turned over promptly secured Depositions taken Interest in estates carefully look- Â¬ ed into Contracts Deeds and other legal papers type written CHAKGES SEASONABLE OFFICES Over Gardners Store Hardinsburg News Office Cloverport Flora Tilford one of our best workers was absent two days Considerable inil ix of new pupils with the oeginningof the now year Special emphasis are put on mental arithmetic and liberal reading Miss Boards pupils entertained with Christmas selections Friday Well done Hon J P Haswell visited the school Friday always a welcome guest Ho promises us a speech next timo Frequent consultation of dectionaries international and standard Chambers Encyclopedia in the school room with Britannica readily accessible Their friends will understand that sickness absence holiday preparations or some sufficient reason keeps off names of Harry Moorman Glen Fieher Ada and Meda Maxwell Joe Otven Eddio Moorman Martha Lou Powell Lonuio Smith Dud Ashley and others Individual attention good work pre- Â¬ paratory examinations Saturday instruc- Â¬ tion thorough drills are features of the spring teachers class Class will not be large and uuwieldly but of rightfjBiza to do best work Everybody will recite every school day No foolishness No idlers Plenty of work- - Teacher lets the pupils recite immense advantage Talking teachers seldom aro teaching Nobody wanted who prefers teachers a good timo to hard work Record breaking occurs in two ways this time First three of the pupils Daisy Deane May Dempster and Emma Dee Moorman haye a grade of 100 each Second Daisy Deane hue 100 for two Brave Men Fall successive months The following com- Â¬ Victims to stomach liyer and kidney pletes the roll Snllie Robertson 998 troubles as well as women and all feel Rosebud Moorman 998 Alma Matting the results in loss of appetite poisons in ly 99 7 Elliott and Waller Moorman the blood backaches nervousness bead 99 4 eachj Arrie Robertson 993 Ada ache and tired listless run down feel Â¬ Mattiugly 093 Ollie Hoskins 99 3 ing But theres no need to feel like Owen Hunter 9 John Fisher 08 0 that Listen to J W Gardner Idavllle Jesao Rhodes 98 Ind He says Electric Bitters are just the thing for a man when he is all run Paul Perry of Columbus Ga suffered down and dont care weather he lives or agony for thirty years and then cured dies It did more to give mo new his Piles by using De Witts Witch HozhI strength and good appetite than any- Â¬ Salve It heals injuries and skin dis thing I could take I can now eat any Â¬ oases like magic Short Haynes thing and have a new lease on life NO PREJUDICE Only 50 cents at Short Haynes Drug Store Every bottle guaranteed Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ John M VanMeter of Boyle sod five registered short horn heifers Monday for 000 thiee of them being yearlings and two of them two year olds Harrodsburg Democrat Transplanting can only be successfully performed on well tilled ground The soil must be thoroughly and doeply plowed and harrowed until all the clods have disappeared Dr Leach state veterinary is warning farmers to beware of feeding rotten corn He says there is much of it in the country and that it will produce many ills to animals It will also cause mares to abort next spring Louisville foil behind in its tobacco sales this year Only 103602 hogsheads were offered in tho brakes against 1G9- 173 in 1897 The agricultural department estimates the crops of corn and oat for 1898 as worth 83000000 more than the same crops for 1897 If the hens roost out in trees feed them plenty of corn to keep them warm and give up expecting eggs until the warm weatber comes but if you have housed them properly and feed them right remembering that neither fat heus nor cold hens will lay many eggs you will be rewarded Hogs are rushing to the big markets Tho Breeders Gazette gives three reasons for this First hogs are plentiful second disease is active in perhaps more than an average degree and third the country has somo decided views as to the future price of corn and of hogs Not Â¬ withstanding tho large crop figured out on paper the farmers believe in a higher price The enormous exports and the undoubted damage done by prolonged wet weather this fall of which the gov- Â¬ ernment report took no note combine to give confidence of a better price 91 100 on 935 88 80 52 04 418 4 31 4 13 4 19 428 433 40 4 49 439 4 60 i UTOPIA SkiLman Shops 923 9 40 9 62 UTOPIA HONOR The HteraneB will lesume their work after the holidays Addison Stephensport Sample Lorflburg Guston 965 1010 10 03 10 13 600 5 03 511 618 522 5 10 6 34 6 42 507 6 20 48 5111 r25 6i2 643 51 567 6 03 0 10 b 17 Irvinlon Ekron Brandcnburar Ion Brunch Willow Dal Howard West Point Kentucky Street Louisville Union Dep Webs er 1022 1030 1038 1062 650 AR 610 0 18 6 2rt 0 31 6 40 6 45 6 52 U10 11 19 tl 00 ai - Kockllavtn U28 1134 030 715 7 3iam 045 1143 Ar H60im 655 122pm 7f0 12 35pm 7 45pm WEST BOUND No Louisville Union Dep Kentucky Street Willowdale Rock Haven Long Branch Guston 41 No 43 No 45 West Point ard Lv 7 4am 4 60pm 765 f OJ 8 21 5 37 829 8 31 5 5 48 1 35pm 8 45 9 18 Brandenburg Ekron Irvington Webster 843 o6fl 3 59 y 08 55 000 6 09 6 18 931 9 44 9 51 923 932 9 40 g 47 g 51 10 00 10 04 016 Lortiburg Pierce Sample Stephensport Addison Holt Cloverport Shops Skilman roraCannelton 626 643 661 6YI 7 07 72 7 20 9 57 1002 10 08 24 31 48 1014 10 10 72 1006 1018 022 10 33 felicity 10n 10 Petrie Falcon 60 727 739 743 714 801 812 10S6 10 1049 1059 U0S 1119 11 Owensboro Mattlngly Griffith Lewlspoit 11 01 Waltman U in Powers iforlRockportlndj ing Pates 11 3a 1140 U61 1166 1214 1056 8 27 8 3J k 42 8 53 8H 16 1139 1168pm 9Ur 9 16 Stanley Worthlngton Beads SpottsvllI Baskets Henderson Evansvill St Louis U9iir 1245 9il 9 25 1207pm 932 1222 1221 9 39 9 47 1215m 1220 12 1213 954 12 5 1010 10 4Um 125 IIS Ar 732pm 72oam M M Not 45 and 46 have Pullman Bullet Sleeping Can and elegant high back seat Passenger Coaches through betwein Louisville Kvanswlle and St Louis without change Nos 41 and 44 have elegant high back celt Pass-enr Coaches and Parlur Cur service through be Â¬ tween Louisville Evan vile and St Louis without Nos 4a and 43 have Parlor Cars and elegant Coaches between Louisville and Kvansvllle with- Â¬ out change H C MORDUE A G P A change Louisville Kt L H St L flv Fordsvlle Branch 3PT 10 18J8 TIMETABLE No 10 TAKING EFFECT West Bound Trains Bast Bound Train ttfo3 ttfo6 645pm 7 0S 7 19 7 23 10 11 11 STATIONS to 635 801 8 ill 8 IS 3 No I 60am Lv 1124 H VvVVWWVVVVVVVVWWVAVWWVWVVVVW Shouldnt Have a Hotlier mother who was visiting her son after a long separation complained to him with feeling that he had not spent a single day entire with her since her coming which was wholly to see him Tell your firm you havent seen your mother for five years she urged lhey will giye you a day off surely The son was a loving fllal son but his hair fairly rose on his head at the idea Well mother you dont know what work is Theyd give me a day fast enough and then get a man who hadnt any mother Harpers Bazar A Japanese Are Favorably Inclined Toward Our Products 745 762 801 8 25 8 60 1160 12 12 12 J 1167 09pm 30 65 I KMdimi No Knife No Why Suffer Agony When DONS COMPLETE PILE CURE is guaranteed to euro you It is tho discovery of an eminent physician Interruption of Business I Tho first treatment brings immediato relief It has cured thousands and will euro you MR T S WILCOX prominent merchant politician and chief of tho Chattanooga Firo Department says After year of suffering DONS IMLE OINTMENT was rcc ommended to me The use of one box effected a permanent cure I voluntarily give you this statement hoping It will be the means of bringing your wonderful remedy to the attention of others suf Â¬ fering with piles Price 100 Prepaid to any Address DON CHEMICAL COMPANY CHATTANOOQA TENN JAMES W LYONS WITH PLANTERS PHELPS CO HOUSE Managers Northeast Corner Eleventh and Main Streets LOUISVILLE KY FOUR MONTHS STORAGE FREE DAILY AUOTION SALES RESERVE BIO TO SELLER RETURNS PROMPTLY MADE Mr S A Fackler Editor of tho Mican opy Fla Hustler with his wife and children suffered terribly with La Griope One Minute Cough Cure was the only That Throbbing Headache remedy that helped them It acted Would quickly leave you if you used quickly Thousands of others usethis remedy as a specific for La Grippe and Dr Kings New Life Pills Thousands of sufferers have proved their matchless its exhausting alter effects Short Haynes merit for Sick and Nervous Headaches They make pure blood and strong nerves and build up yourhealth Easy to take Rcmarkabe Carpet Try them Only 25 els Monoy back The queen of England ia possessed of Haynes one of the most remarkable articles ever If not cured 6l 1 by Short made in prison The superintendent of Druggists Agra Jail two years ago recoived an order A Car Load to weave a carpet of special design for Very olton you desire to know what her majesty On it twenty eight of he constitutes a car load Well paete this deftest convicts of the establishment in your hat and you will find an answer have been engaged The carpet measures handy It Is 70 barrels of salt 90 of flour 77 feet by 40 feet and is estimated to con CO of whisky 200 sacks oi flour ten cords tain no fewer than 50000000 stitches of wood 18 to 20 head of cattle 60 to 00 head of hogs 90 to 100 head of sheep Taxation In China 6000 feet of hoards 17000 feet of Biding The Chinese are perhaps the most lightly taxed people in the world In 13000 feet of flooring 41000 shinoW China all the land belongs to the State one half less of joists Bcauiling and other and a trifling sum per acre never alter Â¬ large timbers 300 bushels of corn 400 ed through long centuries Is paid as bushels of wheat COO of oats 150 of flax rent This is the only tax in the coun- Â¬ Beed 200 of apples 350 of Irish potatoes try and it amounts to about 60 cents per and 3000 of bran head yearly Â¬ have no prejudice 321 63jtr 3Hpm against American products or manufac- Â¬ 915pm tures on tho contrary their superiority riii Trains 41 43 is freely admitted and American trade Trains Nos 4s and and 44 connect H Irvlnpton with e for points on Fordsville branh 3 with the island is constantly increasing Trains 3 3 4 and 5 run dailv Trains Nos a nd 4 connect at lrvlngton with Main Line trains 41 4a In the year ending December 31st last 43 and 44 the United States exceods all other coun- Â¬ tries in export to Japan of the following articles Butter to tho value of 13818 condensed milk 57917 Hour 573851 sole leather 101410 parafln wax 110 552 timber 182791 tobacco 430U wheat 105359 kerosene oil 2993980 Trams leave Louisville as follows besides numerous other manufactured S W RAILWAY Cluclnnatl and the articles The largest imports from that B Kast St Lou 1 and tho Vi No 30 No 16 No 18 country are raw silks teas and mattings Lv Loulsvllla 4- The Japanese tOJ i8 105 113 120 Rockvale Asklns Oaks ArFordsvilleLv arFallsRouehlv Garfield Harncd Hardinsburg Kirk Jolly Glendeane IrvlngtonAr 9Ca 645pm n20 4 39 4 27 4 5U9 5 00 7 64 7 42 448 m 716 63 6 44 636 SW 3 38 B 0S W n 8Jpn 6 45am 15am RT b Arrittsburg Ar Cincinnati Ar Columbus 933am Ar Washington Ar Ttalrltrmra Ar Philadelphia Ar New York 3onn it300pm J 55Pm Ar Hoston 903pm Nraln No 16 has eleo aot Pullman Buffet Parlor v u biiiiniuaM na urawing room Sleeper ana Clnclnnill to WaibJngton Baltimore iiiinS Philadelphia ani New York without change Train No 18 has elegant Pullman Parlor Car to Cincinnati and Pullman Drawing room and dining Cincinnati to New York without change Train No so has sleepers to Cincinnati open at 9 oclock to receive passengers 2 4jpm 603pm 5pm 11 03pm 713am 6 50 am n aoam 1 2opm 7 30am 10 1 jam 340 pm n 8ajam 33am St Louis Springfield and the West No 10 No 16 No 44 8 13am si5m 640pm 8 sopm Louis iS3oon 7 tsam nr apringnem 8 40pm 0 nam North Vernon accomodation leaves at 7 15 a m ArSt Lv Louisville Charlestown accommodation leares at 3 30 - m except Sunday Trains Nos 16 10 and 44 havo elegant day coaches Pullman parlor and sleeping cart to St Louis is s j From Bait 7 dailv am 3 TRAINS AHRIVE 33 a m is 13 noon to a m 6 40 p m From West 7 s 1 a m is 13 p m 6 40 p m City Ticket office southeast corner Fourth and Main streets Depot Seventh and rlrer Kor detail Information regarding rates time on connecting lines sleeping parlor dining care etc address District Pats A Ticket Agent P 0 3 W Ry 4th and Main LouLvOJe Ky Oeperal Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohl O B WARHKL Assistant General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohl llBBnOWNi Theso are dangerous times for the health Oroup colds and throat trou- Â¬ bles lead rapidly to Consumption A bottle of One Minute Cough Ouro used at the right time will preserve life health and a large amount of money Short asdUaynaf CASTOR A I For Infants and Children Tho Kind You Have Always Bought or J M CUBSSBROUCH Bears the Signature of s V444 WHEN DOES YOIIB SUB- - 444444f iJL SCRIPTJON TO TUE NEWS 4 jujurixuT h HMMMMWr J a u3VBMiHr ow T - kSv T TrV rilllmfTTIlif7lWKW i 4- l - PjF1 1JBr fIJfJV l Nininiiii fTJffWewHKHBPHTETP lll lrlfliif reiJIISVlE WlfiP T7 twIWIIHMUmil ih rtwi mi CfTv ii 3r g i M MMHMMMWMMite Jfr - nir iCtTiriir1lTii irtj ilMty- - f J- - -- - tT yigg Im yi -- j e Local Brevities Write it 1899 Ktver Is falling Howb this for winter weather MIbs Eva May In on the nick llet Mrs Christopher Perrig is quite sick Fred Fralzo spout Sunday in Ilendor-son Mrs Charles Elder is sick with the grip PoBtmnster Jonas Wilson is convales f cent Sulzers s Sea Bait Castile soap 5 cents a box at Orvilio Gregory Is seriously ill at his home Clothing at lowest posslblo prices Sulzers HI- - f - fe In - b It is now agalnBt the law to shoot quail Postmaster Wilson is slowly improving in health Charles White was in Henderson Sunday Albert Li I foist is confined to Ills home by sickness Country schools are preparing tp close for the year Mrs W 11 Barnes is confined to her home by illness Mrs Charles Tinius is in Owensboro visiting relatives J E Keith was in Owensboro Thurs Â¬ day on business Charles Morris of Lodiburpr is visit ing at Pellville Rev Sneed of Hardiunburg was in the city Monday V G Babbatje of Hardinsburg was in the city yesterday wife Mrs Thomas Tnusey has been serious- Â¬ Corn la selling at 27 cents and wheat ly ill for tho past Veek at GO conta on the local market Both S J Baker of Floral was in tho citv prices represent an increase of several Thursday on business cents M II Enright of Falcon was in the Mayor Barry says he has had only a city Friday on business fow appeals for charity thus far this win- Â¬ New Years resolutions are like eggs ter nnd moat of those came from tho they are easily broken sick A D Heron has lost two valuable Walter Oolzo returned to college at horses from the mysterious disease that Georgetown Monday Mrs Marion Ryan of Louisville is has been killing animals in this siction lately visiting relatives in the city Jesse Owen after a vacation of several Miss Sheetz of West Point is the weeks has resumed his duties as a com guest of Miss Nannie Brasnear Miss Addle Feltz of Adairville is mercial tourist He went to Louisville Monday visiting Miss Mary Moorman Eugene Kingsbury has just recovered Miss Mannie White returned to Bel- Â¬ from an attack of the grip mont College Nashville Sunday after Herbert Beard of Haidinsburg visit spending a very pleasant holiday vaca- Â¬ ed at Brandenburg lost week tion at home Miss Mable Sterrett of Skillman is The American Tobacco Company has visiting relatives in the city paid out about 15000 to farmers in this Charles Hamman and wife went to county since the season for tobacco de- Â¬ Louisville Saturday on a yisit liveries began John Dean the lumber king of Glen Emory Allen a student of the Ken dean was in the city Monday tucky State college came up from Skill The reaction in business is about over man Sunday and was the guest of MIbs and things are picking up again Mary Jarboe Miss Marion Bowmer returned to col- Â¬ Miss Mollie Adkisson of Webster was lege at Oxford Ohio Tuesday in the city last week She was the guest James Fisher was at Owensboro Thma of her brother Dr S B Adkisson at day assisting at the Poster sLow the Mitchell Hotel Miss Forrie Hardin was the guest of Mr and Mrs Claude Carlisle and son Miss Jeanetto Wai field last week Mildred of Deanfleld spent the holidays James Younger came home Thursday with their parents Mr and Mrs Geo from a weeks visit at Hawesville Carlisle returning Friday Use Golden Crown flour it is guaran- Â¬ Mr and Mrs D J Culley of Louis teed to be the best flour in town yille have moved to 1829 Jefferson St Flannel shirts for all sizes ages and where they will be glad to see their Glo sexes at reduced prices Sulzers verport friends at any time G W Rod of Indianapolis was the Miss Florence Cottrell after spending guest of Mrs H J May last week a very pleasant holiday vacation at homo Miss Mamie Witt of this city is visit Â¬ returned to Logan College Russellville ing Miss Lucile Miller at Owensboro to resume her studies Tuesday Mrs John Smith and son of Fords H Baker Bros the popular merchants ville are visiting Mrs Elsba Collins who have stores at Hawesyille and Hard- Â¬ Manager Cerf of the Fair went to insburg are about to open a store at Louisville on a short visit Saturday Whitesville a suburb of Owensboro Miss Maria Watkins returned home Tom Arnold regimental barber of the from a visit to Owensboro Monday Fourth Kentucky infantry stationed at The bank was closed Monday that Camp Shipp Anniston Ala left for day being observed as a legal holiday Lexington the home of his bride for a The lumber business was never more short visit Friday active in this sectiou than at present Miss Ora Alexander will re open bar Miss Minnie Lyncb of Patesville was school in the near future Miss Alexan- Â¬ in the city shopping one day last week der is a talented teacher and is peculiar-Â¬ Miss Connie Williams of Hawesville ly fitted for the task of teaching the visited relatives in the city last weekyoung idea how to shoot of Owensboro is in Miss Rena Birk Col Bill Ashby and Ed Oglesby repre Â¬ the city the gueat of Miss Bessie Jarboe sentative Oloyerport farmers and G W Attorney Robert Woods of Louisville Winchell a progressive Toblnsport agri- Â¬ was in the city on business Wednesday culturalist attended tho Farmers Insti Â¬ Alfred Heston of Hardinsburg was tute at Iryington yesterday the guest of Miss Kato Sawyer Sunday Durrell and Master Houston Fairleigh Mrs Frank Hall Is one of the latest of Louisville are the guests of tbelr victims of the fashionable disease la cousins Miss Louise and J D Babbage Jr The boys were the guests of Mrs grippe Mrs Adelia Blythe of Hardinsburg is Cbapeze Wathen at Owensboro W K Brown and wife of Ekron have the guest of Mr and Mrs Thomas moved to Frankfort Ky Mr Brown Tousey Sam May and family of Hardinsburg has secured a position under his father-in-laGus Richardson Mr Brown will visited Mr and Mrs Thomas Lewis last get a good salary and is to be congratu- Â¬ week Mrs Dr J T Owen and daughter lated on his good fortune After making many changes and im- Â¬ Lula are confined to their homos by provements in my mill I am prepared to illness Robt Vaughn bought on Thursday the furnish you with a better grade of flour Henry Webster farm near Dukes for and which I guarantee to be better than any other flour on this market Forsaleat 200 Miss Alice Mattingly returned Satur all the stores Try a bag and be con- Â¬ day from a short visit to friends a Hen Â¬ vinced A L Oelze Editor Clarence Sterrett and his wife derson Fred Marluee a typo in this ofllco and family of Hawesville were in ho spent a very pleasant New Year at city Sunday the guests of Mr and Mrs Jarboe Clarences paper the Clarion Rockport Austin Popliam returned to Louisville grows in brightness and typographical Monday to resume the study of phar beauty week by week Ilia Is indeed a model country paper macy of unsold There is about 75000 pounds Hows This tobacco remaining jn the Floral neigh- Â¬ We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward borhood for an casa of Catarrh that can not be Police Judge James Skillman was the cured by Halls Catarrh Ouro guest of friends at Henderson and Evans F J CHENEY 6 CO Props Toledo O vllle last week We the undersigned have known F J Miss May Connor returned homo Ohonoy for the last fifteen years and be Tuesday from a visit to relatives near lieVo him perfectly honorable in all bus Â¬ Rome Ind iness transactions aud financially able to Speck BeaVln color sergeant of the carry out any obligations made by their Fourth Kentuoky wm home on a short firm furlcugh last week West Truax Wholesale Druggist Tole Â¬ Tbelateet noveltyls e Jeweled turtle do Oj Waldlng Klnpan AMarvlnj with motto on its back they please tho Wholesale Druggists Toledo Ohta girls Qahsera Halls Catarrh Cure la taken Internal Mr and Mrs Eaeno Haynea and ly acting directly upon the bjopd and Sunday vWUrg mucous suifacM of the system Price daughter Ruth relatives it Stnf hj 76c per bottle Bold by all Druggists Willlrw Godfwy Ilwwell and wife of Testimonials frs mU of Mr MnilMburfl are lb w Tho first meotlng of tho Council for the new year wns a very interesting one Mayor Barry and all the councilmon were present The most important matter before the body was the purchase of tho telephone franchise from the city by the O ilo Valley Telephone Company Tho latter was represented by Judge Jams It Skillman who pointed out the benefits that would accrue to this city by the installation of an exchange I he council voted on thu mnttor and an ordinance accepting thu bd o the Ohio Valley Company was passed F It Lord the companys representa tive is at work making arrangements to start thu work of giving Jloverport a splendid exchange He snys this ity will be mndu a sub central station and will be a vory Important point The city will b givHi tho uso of one telephone free arid will also he allowed the privilege of stringing lire alarm wires on these poles iu case a lire boivIco Is put Miss Bessie Jarboeand her charming in guest Mifs Rena Birk of Owensboro Coughs nnd ciliia ouie uninvited but went to Skillman to visit relatives Tues you cau quickly get lid of tlien with h day few doaefl of BALLAHDS HOHE W It Wilson of Louisville is spend Â¬ HOUNI SYRUP Pike25and50ceule ing the Christmas holidays with his parents Mr nnd Mrs D V Wilson aud Â¬ Â¬ Mr and Mrs Till Pauley spent Sun day in Owensboro the guest ot Mr and Mrs John Pauloy Rose Jolly for chapped hands and lips a fragrant delightful preparation 10 conts a jar at Sulzors William Klngibury who is tho oldest man iu tho county is sick with tho grip He is ninty years of age Thomas Blythe a prominent stock man nnd farmer of Hardinsburg was iu tho city Monday on business Jnbo Brashear and wifo of this county have raoyed to Birds Point Me where they will engftfte in farming Mrs D V Wilson and little daughtor Ida spent Christmas with her daughter Mrs L W Adams of Louisville Scott Morrison one of Owonsboros brightest lawyers wob in tbo city Wed Â¬ nesday on professional business Mies Lucilo Sterrett of Hawesvllh1 was the guest of Misses Elizabeth and Margurlte Bowmer last week Mrs Augoline Tlndull and Mrs Lzzlo Dunn of this city visited Mrs Rebecca Powers at Owensbow last week Albert Adams of this city was at Owensboro last week where he wai call- Â¬ ed by the illness of his brother Roscoe feeavers after visiting ills parents in this city during the holidays returned to his home at Lexington Mr nnd Mrs Wm Ditto nnd family of Brandenbunr were the gut sts of Mr and Mrs J I Babhage Sunday COUNCIL MEETING Telephone Franchise is Awarded The Ohio Valley Company City Will The Ills of Children Dr Hartman offers his advice to parents on the treatment of coughs and colds r n A act the Tree nnd Use of a Phone the Poles THaT to guard against colds Nearly all tho ills of T children begin with T taking cold If your child catches cold dont wait a moment beforo attacking that cold To tho ignornnco or neglect of parents Is duo tho fatal termination of many childrens com- plaints If you nro not informed ns to the proper courso to pursuo to drlvo off a childs cold write to Dr Hartman president of tho Surgical Hotel In going over our stock wo find wo hnvo some goods loft Columbus O for advice nnd risk for some of his f rco books which contain which wo niUBt dispose of nnd to do this wo will inaugurate a tho most pertinent facts about colds andcoughsandnllcatarrhaldlscascs Dr Hartmans great preÂ¬ scription is wholly vegetable It wards off colds cntiroly if taken at tho beginning in proper doses It breaks up sottlcd colds quickly it is scientific and safe there is no mys tery about it Dr flartmans books tell just how It acts and why All This sale willbo of benefit to you for the reason that you druggists sell it Mrs O T Rogers Elgin DX says can procure a class of goods euttablo for mid winter wear at Dr S B Hartman Columbus O SI Your medlclno saved prices that you can easily aflbrd Dfau Sm What you buy now can bo my ba bys life Wo Btopped all treat Â¬ worn comfortably for many weeks yet and may savo you health ment but yours and now ho is a beautiful boy It was certainly a u and doctor bills miracle Mrs Becking East Toledo O Medlclno Co writes to tho is tho hest Dkar Sms medicine I ever had in my house My children had a bad cough and ono of them had tho lung fever I cured them all with I m jnKsMfc Proper knowledge of tho treatment of coughs and colds is of 0 the first importance to parents This knowledge is offered I Is for the purpose of making room for tho Spring Goods and wo free All catarrhal diseases succumb to Abk any druggist for a free Almanac for the year 1899 start it now so tbat there will bo greater inducements for you to A JWriftTr lei Jk Rich Discovery Pe-ru-- VHk lP Â¬ JWidWinter Sale Pe-ru-- Pe-ru-- THIS SALE Pe-ru-- Pe-ru-- Pe-ru-- l DUKES jj One Minute Cough Cure cures Miss Ida Johnson who has tho fevers we learn is some better That Is what It was made for BEWLEYVILLE Hall to the new year Winter has returned buy TOBINSPORT IND Happy New Year to all liube Hnwkins is on the sick list We aro glad to hear Floyd Whitehead is The beautiful snow wrs tho winding sheet of the deceased 189S Henry Ray and wife of Oloyerport at tended services here Sunday School commenced again Monday a pleasant recess during the holidays Â¬ better Jack Burnett is erecting a residence on the farm lie lately purchased from hip brother Charlie Nichols and family of Caney Creek returned home Sunday after spending tho holidays with relatives The time of year is here when moving is in order tho fire scarcely dies out in the vacated house before some one moves in A series of meetings will commence at the C P church the third Sunday in this month Rev Hookof Hardinsburg will assist Prospecting for coal still continues in our neighborhood while tho prospects are favorable yet no workable coal has Bft been found Mrs Augoline Tindle and Mrs Lizzie Dunn returned home from Owensboro Weatherholt Saturday whero they had been spending Mrs Dorinda Polk and son Way v spent the holidays with their sister Mrs Monday in Cloverport the guest of Mrs Rebecct Powers L L Rodgers New Years day was a bright and beau- Â¬ Wallace and Caroy Weatherholt spent tiful dav reminding us that if we let the Friday with their cousin Claud and sunshine of Gods love beam in our soul Stanley Hayden every day of the year may bring renewed Several of the men had an attack of the bope and happiness to our spiritual na- grip last week and tried Atwoods Bitters ture Ask them the results The Methodists contemplate erecting a Miss Mdbel Whitehead has secured a church house here in the near future place in tne Cannoiton school and will Tho building committee Jerry Basham leave here the last of this weok Ab y Basham Len Aldridge Rev D L Mrs Cass Whitehead and Bon Floyd Bowlds and James Lay will push the went to Louisville to upond Christmas work to completion as fast as possible and Floyd was taken dangerously ill the The M E Quarterly Conference con- Â¬ next day vened here Saturday and Sunday Rev Almost Paralyzed Snead preached Saturday at 11 oclock After the grip I could not eat any Â¬ business of the meeting was conduct Â¬ the ed in the evening The presiding Elder thing for weeks One of my arms was I concluded to take Howes of Louisville presiding a loye almost paralyzed feast and experience meeting was con- Â¬ Hoods Sarsaparilla and it cured me I ducted by Rey Snead at 9 oclock Sun Â¬ an now well and am stroug jr than ever day morning after which Bro Howes before My father wan troubled with but has been cured by preached a very impressive sermon and rheumatism Hoods Sarsaparilla administered the sacrement J R Finnell Old Fort Tenn Mr Editor having been challenged by to fight a duel with the pen John Duke Hoods Pills cure nausea headache the difficulty arising as to the most prosperous times under Clevelands or Mo STEPHENSPORT Kinleys administration both men being advocates of a single standard I as an advocate of a bimotalism will choose the 1809 lesser evil and engage Grover for my The entertainment the 28th was quite second In this desperate engagement a success in all things we accept the challenge and move that Mrs Lottie Kelsy of Cincinnatti i8 Mr Duke pay for an extra page in the visiting Mrs Will Pettit Â¬ News to print the details of this desProf Eugene Gilliland left Monday for perate engagement Lexington to attend colleue Miss E Kate Allen of Ohenault spent DeWitfs Little Early Risers Tba famous little pills last weok with Mrs F O Ferry Jim Frank Biggs of Owensboro spent a few days last week with his parents Floyd Miller who has been spending tho holidays with his father returned to Henderson Monday Mr and Mrs R II Bennett of Louis- Â¬ ville spent a few days lest week with her There arq three grent reme- Â¬ father Mr Sam Gilbert dies that every person with Mrs Andrew Jackson and daughter Â¬ weal lungs or with consumpRacheL of Oloyerport spent Sunday with tion itself shoulcj understand her niece Mrs Dayid White These remedies will cure Mr and Mrs Godfrey Maswell of Har- Â¬ about every case in its first dinsburg spent New Years day with her stages and many of those parents Mr and Mrs Geo McOubblns It is only more advanced the most advanced that arc Will Vaughn and son Grinstead of Even these are hopeless Louisvillo was to see bis brother Robert wonderfully relieved and life who is slowly improving from a severe itself greatly prolonged attack of the grippe What are these remedies F O Ferry of tho L II St L who Fresh air proper food and has btdn home the last ten days with the la grippo nnd a fow other ailments combined has roturned to his work A crowd of young folks entered Mr I of Cod Liver Oii with Hypo- phosphites Be afraid of -- i and Mrs It A Shellmans horue by tho way of a storm New Years evo and were araugnts out not or iresn atr delightfully entertained und served with iza nun IWUU9 iuuu unu ui refreshments plenty of milk Do riot forget that Scotts Emulsion is the Mrs E H Miller Mrs J W Jarrett oldest the most thoroughly Jilts Bailie Hiner of Louisville Miss tested and the highest en Kate Allen of Chensult aud Flovd dorsed of all remedies for Miller of Henderson spent New Years weak throats weak lungs and day with Mrs L Paultaan near Rome Â¬ Â¬ Tobin Groves and wife are visiting at Mr Aleck Cumminga Mrs Nan Groves is still confined to her room but is some better Mrs Alice Taylor went to Hawesville to see her mother today Lester Polk will arrive tonight to finish the term of school here Miss Mable AVhitehead is spending the holidays in Cloverport The box supper at the Finch school house Saturday was a success School will commence tomorrow after a veek aud two days of vacation Dr S S Watkins of Owensboro was here last Friday to Mrs Ike Drinkwater Mr Tom Ah of Mowequa was the guest of Mr and MrsAleck Alii Sunday Mrs Florence Simons spent last week in Cloverport the guest of Mrs Wood Clyde Shumate has been sent to Manila Paul Hardaway is visiting in this jl Vicinity Moorman Hardaway has a position in Atlanta Ga Mrs Sam Pate is visiting her parents cryiSr this Christmas Mr and Mrs F P Morton are soon to move to the city Mrs Z T Stith entertained some of her friends Thursday Mrs Herbert Cain had friends to dine with her Thursday We are all invited to Lieut Frank Hnrdaways wedding Hurlbut Cain celebrated his eighth birthday December 20 Mr and Mrs James Clarkson attended church here Sunday Misses Ada and Willa Drury were home for the holidays Bro Walton took a collection for do- Â¬ mestic missions Sunday morning rhelpo Walker has returned home His school closed Friday December 2i Several of our young people attendod Mrs R M Jollys party on Saturday evening Mrs D C Heron invited some particu- Â¬ lar friends to spend the day with her Thursday Mr and Mrs Pipgott and children are spending New Year with relatives at Hardinsburg The canines made a second attack on T J Stiths sheep last week There are two dogs less Miss Celestia Beavin accompanied by a lady friend came from Owensboro to spend the holidays with her parents Guston should be proud of her poet Mr Miller J W Riley will probably be jealous when it comes to him Mrs John Frakes and daughter ie turned home Tuesday night having spent Oliristmas with her home folks Mr and Mrs Grabbe and Miss Part Â¬ ridge of Irving ton with others spent December 27 with Mr and Mrs Pigott Rufus Cain of Parkland came down Tuesday returning Saturday His health is not good and his friends are concerned for his welfare The Tula Daniol Missionary society met at the home of its president Bevie Cain Wednesday afternoon After tho meeting a candy pulling We have had tho pleasantest quietest Christmas ever known Gift giving was the order of the day and the presents wero generally of the useful kind It is blessed both to give and receive and re- Â¬ ceiving helps us to cultivate a trait of character both sweet and lovely that of gracioueness Isnt it all lovely to live and be near nice sweet friends and be- Â¬ lieve in their goodness Our Christmas services were quite suc- Â¬ cessful judging from the nice things our friends say of us A very pleasant feature of the affair tome was the presentation of a lovely pin by the members of the Epworth Leauguo Mrs Charles Drury mado the presentation with sweet kindly May words every Leaguer live long on earth fulfil their every duty and then enter upon the Eternal Inheritance Mies Nettie Shumate after an illness of eleven weeks died Friday evening and was buried at tho Buck Grove burial grounds Saturday afternoon She was prepared for the change though greatly desiring to live Brother Judson Willett preached the funeral sermon aud no one knows belter than he how to speak com Â¬ forting words to bereaved ones Nettle has gone on before and It is left for her friends to live so as to meet her In the sweet bye and bye Rev J II Coil of Perry Ind came Friday to be the guest of T J Jolly aud family a few days He is going to Lex Â¬ ington Ky to school Mr Coils moth Â¬ er was from Brevkenridge county having been born and raised here Her parents having died when she was young she made har home with ber uncle T J Jolly until she went to Missouri We all lko our young cousin and regret that his stay s to b so brisi He pmobsd Aa ssrawn tax W Sunday Bight I SULZERS Se3 2 S0S4 53 J When a Girl Looks a Man Over CHE sizes him up from head to foot ho wears a nobby hat an up-to-d- 4 If ato collar a tasty necktie a nico shirt a hand 8omo suit of clothes a neat pair of shoes tho kind sold bytlGlt C SMITH Fordsville At His Exclusive Furnishing Stors at That man will stand inspection and will find favor in tho girls eyes 4MHM MORAL BUY YOUR OUTFIT OF C SMITH F ORDSVLLE KY EpbesianB fifth chapter first verse hs topiu being Love A nice crowd was present and seemed to be appreciative Golden Rod Luzg- is Peop la By Irritation the forerunner to consumption Dr will cuie it and Bells give strength to the lnngs that a cough or cold will not settle there Twenty five cents at all good druggists Beavin Dead William Beavin who has been suffer Â¬ ing from a complication of diseases diod about 6 oclock Monday evening The deceased was born in this county in 1840 and was the son of Austin Beavin He has been in the saloon business here for some time John Vest in speaking of William Beavin the deceased said was a straight forward man He was scrupulously honest in oyery transaction and was a good citizen This is the sentiment of all who knew him He was a member of tho Catholic church A host of friends mourn his loss Wm Appreciate Our methods of doing business A great many customers who have remained with us year in and year out havo told us so We havo a reputation for Honest Dealing Honest Goods at Honest Prices and thon wo cut prices from 10 to 20 per cent on all merchandise pleased Aro you a customor If not becomo ono Advice to i Consumptives Guaranteed tobacco habit cure makes weak 60c 11 All druggists men strons blooU pure tor Fifty Cents V J 4slMswwwrt WANTED MINERS Ky M WANTS J II Hnrijiht Manager No trouble FARM FOR SALE will be offered for uur customers aro bound to bo or forty mlneri lmmdlatly WANTED atTtlity IAIXON MINKS Adair the ale at the Cour X llouie Poor In Itardlntburg Ky on the fourth Monday In January iSoo a tract of land of 340 acrei known at the Wm McGar farm near Kirk Ky on a credit of ilx twelve and eighteen monihi To be aold by order ot Court milHllU Scotts Emlsion UAHNBS Si K1NCIIKIOK Attorneys for 1UlntlfTi 1 1 Browns The Bargain Center t Administrators Notice All persons hsviog clafms against the estate of John Atkinson deceased will please picsentsaue to me In llardlnsburg Ky ivopcrly proven on or before March 1st ityS All persons indebted to said ef tale will settle same at once C V CASIIMAN AdmY of John Atkinson t iv Stray Notice up Sf astray by D T Dowsl living netr Sinking Creak on Urandaabarg rood In llrccken ridge county on the 16th day of November i8g one red end white spottud cow unmarked about ten years old and which I have appraised at the IRVINQTOfl KY Yei Us trua j Foleys Hoesy Tar Is the best Ooofrh Medicine A Fish er Cloverport R A SfelkMW Staph A Witt IfarUtUy import Tkn sd Km Frank Hwwll ad consiimptTon in all its stages fcocind vrloeof elgUsen dollars my Witness iny hand this soth lay of November OWEN CUNNINGHAM IOOKD C BC On Minute Cough CHr Tlut it It was for euros j- - mMMlMMMMMMM ui SCOTT BOWNllcLml4U fool all draJsUu Rw York vs9 KducntaYQMr Muwl with tfosoarsta Candy Cathartic oura oonatlpatlon tower uvviiverpstruipai im y CUNTS1 C n we v h t - v WJkM WW smmriv HMIIWHiWHII jv r - Vry t jwr Ef i J n r k Get a Start On Catarrh And Save Endless Suf- Â¬ fering which Winter Brings Tho most offensive of all dis Â¬ eases becomos moro intonso as cold In fact wonthor approaches many who havo boon under treat Â¬ ment for bo long and during tbo summer feol littlo discomfort from the diseaso aro almost persuaded that they havo been oured But tho first chilling blast of winter proves that tho diseaso is still with them and as tho winter advances only a blood their Catarrh grows in sovority remedy can cure Thoso who havo felt only a slight it Local appli Â¬ touch of Catarrh may bo suro that cations only only cold woathor is needed to do reach thoirritiited What appears velop tho disease surface tho right remedy must bo to bo only a bad cold will prove moro difficult to euro than for taken intornally merly and will return with morn Swifts Specifio S S S is tho frequency until before long tho right remedy for Catarrh It diseaso is fully developed cures tho most obstinato casos by For years I suffered from a severe going direct to tho cnuso of tho caBe of Catarrh and took several kinds trouble tho blood and forcing of medicine and used various local ap Those who havo what- out tho diseaso plications but they had no effect ever I was induced to try S S 8 mot with so much disappointment Swifts Specific nnd after two months from local treatmont should throw I was perfectly well and have never aside their sprays washes and in Â¬ felt any effects of tho disease since haling mixtures and take S S S B 1 MoAlmstkr Send for freo A euro will result Harrodsburg Ky books It is easy to seo tho importance Company Address Swift Specific Atlanta Georgia of prompt treatmont for Catarrh Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Thoso who got a start on the dis oaso beforo tho cold and disagree- Â¬ able woathor aggravates it will Catarrh find a euro loss dijlicult increases in soverit y year by year and becomcB ono of tho mosfc ob Â¬ stinate and deoropcutrd troubles But it is equally important that tho right remedy bo given All local applications of sprays etc can inhalnrinns washes uovor euro Cu irrh for they do not reach tho dis Â¬ Catarrh is ease in tho blood and Breckenridge WEDNESDAY JAN News 1 189J BRANDENBURG Dr W B Pusey of Louisville was at home Christmas day Will McGehee was at home last weot He is with Levy Brothors Brandenburg Normal music classes resumed work Jan 2nd lbJil till June Mr and Mrs Leitchfleld entertained a pleasant party of friends to dinner last week Encouraging reports reach us from Courtney Duncan North Carolina air isrestorirg Mr and Mrs Win Ditto spent last ThursJay with Mr and Mrs Thomas II Ditto Arlirgton Yo are sorry to know Mr Gregory is so very much indisposed and hope be may noon be better Henry Hampton and Hazwell Esk ridge of Vine Groye were here last week to see fair damsels Charlie Sbacklett has returned to Fin lay 0 Dr Henry Shacklett and wife yent to Leavenworth Ind Dr and Mrs Wells took their fine son Loyd Jenkins to see his grandparents at Maysfleld during the holidays Miss Agnes Malin has gone to Evans ville to visit relaties It is dull after the holidays and the ghls leavefor a gayer time Misses I ula and Minnie Bland enter- Â¬ tained last Thursday night for their guests Misses Inez Jenkins and Mamie Hunt Misa Maydee Pusey is viBiting Misa Gordon of New Albany where there is a pleasant house party being enter tained Misses Ethel King Georgie Helmstet ter and Gough Grinnell were gueBts of Lawson and Mary Lin Ditto during the holidays Messrs A C Burton W D Asbcralt F E Hardesty and Miss Mona Frico at Â¬ tended the State Teachers Association at Louisville I haya never known as little gayety during the holidays for the young people I expect Bro Leitchflelds sermon was a chebmate Mr Cassidys paper read at the Ken- Â¬ tucky Educational Association was so highly endorsed that copies will be printed and scattered broadcast through out the state Mr and Mrs Whitcomb nee Nelle Gilmore bride and groom from Leaven- Â¬ worth and Dr Crecelius of Cincinnati were guests of Mr and Mrs K B Shack Â¬ lett durlnsr the holidays Thos Hodge of Henderson enjoyed last week at his grandfathers Mr Thos Ditto Thomas is a fine handsome follow he is much interested in electricity and bids fair to be an electrician akin to Â¬ Â¬ the wide spread dissatisfaction that pre- Â¬ vailed with the system He enumerated the most glaring deficiencies one the absence of local aid I expect many of our teachers will endorse that Lack of order lack of discipline lack of respect to teachers will be the downfall ot any school city or rural The birth of a new year has great sig nificance to all of us It does not fall to many of ns to be called upon to receive exalted functionaries or the public in general but we naturally retrospect and as naturally wonder if the year will have the color of a rose or vice versa It lies in our powor to make or unmake good days as we step over the line Every young man and every boy should read Andrew Carnegies letter in last Sundays Courier Journal Concen- Â¬ tration is his motto Honesty industry and then concentration a friend of mine wants wealth limited He says no man should be allowed even a million Well I said give you or me Carnegies wealth today in the course of years hed have it back while you and I would step down We lack concentration See Sad occasion though it was I enjoyed being with those Ditto boys who were my neighbors for so long and in the school room with me Mrs Wade Ditto is a very bright woman and was tho Vine Grove correspondent for the Independent published at Elizabeth town Maggie Tommies wife is a beautiful little woman Jennie Ditto is a professional nurse doing splendidly Lucy is a dear girl at home with mother Will Itichardsou formerly ot this county but for sometime a resident of Tennessee near Memphis died Dec 20 of pneumonia He married a sister of Wm Bewley and Mrs Alice Richardson of this place and was a brother of D H Uichardeon and Mrs it H Nevitt He leaves a wife and several children all giowu about His mother Mrs Bob Smith is in Colorado with his sister Mrs Jim Smith We who have ecattered families sympathize with the bereaved ones Â¬ cause of his fdeathr Ills mother wan a Mios Scott of Breoken ridgo county Henry Ditto was a most remarkably upright industrious kind boy Ho was a most valuable at the Kentucky Wagon Works where he stood high in the estimation of the whole county He had been married about two years and leaves n wife bo and infant to whom whs most devotedly attached and for whom be lorged to live raying to his sifter Jennie Oh Ill take anything Jnnio to live He was an obedient loving ton never failed to eeo bis mother eveiy Sunday An nuecllounte brother Why was It that this bright dutiful hopeful subject should be chosen for deaths arrow Lifes fitful dream had just begun for blm The future was so full of promise He bad all thatattontlon skill and love could bestow But ho said My names on the roll call I am He willing so you loved ones must be sang feebly Tell it to roe tell it to me repeat the story oer and oer and be repeated the Lords prayer about four minutes beforo bis soul soared where tho sweet story is realized Iis remains wero brought here to the homo ot Mr and Mrs Jeff Ditto and on Saturday intered in the family lot by bis father and sister A profusion of beautiful llowers made into lovely designs by his Bro city friends covered the mound Leitchfleld ofllclated at tho grave wnere a large number of his old friends and schoolmates assembled to pay tbo last His brothers sad tribute of love Alfred Thos Wade Carlton Mrs Thos and Wade Ditto Misses Jennie and Lucy his sisters and two intimate friends Julius Hofmann and John Strarael ac- Â¬ companied Mrs Henry Ditto on her sad mission Much sympathy to the family from all friends and relatives immediate No blood means a clean skin beauty without it Cascarcts Candy Cathartic clean your blood nnd keep it clean by stirring up the lazy liver and driving all impurities from the body liepin to day to Clean tastefully arranged and decorated with flagranti tivergeun by teacher and pupils was filled to Its utmost capacity by a woll behaved and attsntlvo audience Tho program consisted ot recitations tableaux dialogue and music which each one performed very creditable to themschen and teacher Mits Lizzie seemed to give enllri patitfactlon as teacher and she has the pood will and best wlplifs of the community for her success through llfo Â¬ and tho Rough Riders1 and this standard will be potontlitl for peace and respect Much credit Is duo Dr P W Footo for bis successful effort in securing the Farmers Institute for Irvlt gon These institutes aro certainly very proflUlile to any community in which thv am h ld Greater America Is marrtliliig nu n withstanding the attempt ot the man with nn issue to detain ner Sectional lines have beou blotted out Ihoiigli tlm politician says they should exist But best of all tho North and South Iovh each other and tho old fossil bus been sent to the rear and Is mad ns a hornet o - CLOVERPORT QHfeiNBttUtftdta HIGH tfSif SCHOOL 1 l --virt it- n 5 jafSflillsssssssssssssssllssV A J 4 it jaaaBBBBBBBBBBBBsValBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBVlVPVlBaSBBn TAR FORK Christmas passed off quietly Thero was no holidays foftho school Tho boys have bad a pleasant week for Wfff- lm Li i WllHMl sssMrHaWflssssssssssMrVsssMsssHsr HHsllllsllsVEBSPssssssVlHsisHpr MJsssssssssaHssWsmy LssssssHanHoBksSsssissssssBafLsssK yv ihHsW JBPM iiwZ FALLS OF ROUGH Leslie Brack Is quite ill Mies Mary Peyloj is away visltlrg Sam Morgan went to Hardinsburg last week Miss Walker is a guest at Mr W II Ohambllss Miss Ella Robertson is the guest of Miss Jennie Green Several marriages were solemlzed dur- Â¬ ing tbe holidays Mr Oasperke of Brandenburg is the guest oi Robert Ohambliss Miss Cora Wingate has had a light at- Â¬ tack of pneumonia Miss Gertrudo Beaucbamp has return- Â¬ ed from Hardinsburg Joe Jones wasja guest of Robert and David Ohambliss Christmas Robert Chamblhs was busy putting in telephone boxes last week Leslie Brack spent the holidays in Owonsboro visiting relatives Misses Kate and Hova Butler were guests at Mrs Kitty Davisons Mr Willis and Miss Jennie Green went to Glendeane Wednesday eye About all the fat hogs In this vicinity havo been put on tho LouIbvIIIo market Mrs Jennie Morgan has been quite ill for eoveral weeks but 1b very much huntirg Lafe Taul and family visited L O Taul Sunday Tom Bates and wife visited J B Klce Christmas ove Mies Kate Newly has been visiting at Balltown this week John Hinton will Boon have his grist mill In shape for grinding Melvin Woods of Glendeane passed here one day this week Jimmy Maxwell called to see his many friends one day last week Asber Newly our young benedict has been ill since the oystor supper The young people had a joyful time at the oyster supper given by J B Rico Santa Glaus made his annual visit and tilled the ccribes grab sackebuck full Ed Hook of Hardinburg made a flying trip Monday but failed to call on his girl Tho baking powders at J B Bices Store went fast Saturday night but the pitchers went the slickest A new year has made its appearance and wo should make it our motto to do all tho good wo can and as little barm as possible The dance and oyster supper given by Dennis Sherron was a grand success The attendance was large and all enjoyed both tho supper and game seniity is illooa Deep Our School has beon newly graded a propersyetemKofttdloclplIno established and the school put upon a permanent basis Wo have tho best equipped most con Â¬ venient and most commodious school building In this part of the State The members of our faculty are all exper- Â¬ ienced and enthusiastic teachers Our educational facilities are thoreforo equal to those of any other town in this part of the State Parents who contem- Â¬ plate sending their children away to school will consult their own interest as well as that of their children by investi gating tbo merits of our school before sending them elsewhere Our music Department in charge of Miss Annie May and MIbs Lula Owen is a prominent feature of the school These ladles have had special training in their preparation for their cboos n profession as teachers of instrumental music and nil who put themselves un der their charge may expect to make the best progress that is poesiblo under thoroughly competent teachers Thor ough instructions and drill given in all departments Including Primary Com Â¬ mon School Academic and Teachers Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ B bidesjtho r ul ti eefses iu Higher Mathematics Latin and tbe sciences at tho beginning of the winter and spring tcrmp wo wllUorganizo a Teachers train Â¬ ing class for the benefit of those who tuhv wish to prepare themselves for ex amination for a County or State Certifi Â¬ We know cate or for a State Diploma just bow to prepare you for examination Honce If you wish to raise the grade of your certificate and to increase your teaching ability join onr class and get tbe benefit of our long experience in teaching and school discipline Schools were hard to get last year but will be harder to get next year Tho time has come when trustees recognize the importance of employing competent Hence yon muBt preparo teachers yourself or retire from tho profession But do not go away to some so called Normal school that is a mountain in dis- Â¬ play but a molehill in merit We can give you individual attention Board Tuition and Instrumental music at reas-Â¬ onable rates Vocal music free to all pupils Send for catnlozue Â¬ IN and that sickly bilious complexion by taking Cascarets beauty for ten cents All druggists satisfaction Guaranteed 10c 25c 50c banish pimples boils blotches blackheads better Prol Thomas will teach a class in yocal music here to begin at the close of the Departments S E Hancock Principal and Business Manager Clover port Ky Â¬ YELLOW LAKE Mrs Billle Kb odes went to Glendeane shopping last Monday Fr Gabe came out last Thursday and said mass at St Anthonys Charles Downs is spending a few days in Grayson county this week Mrs Dr McMullin is spending eeveral days with relations and friends at Falls of Rough Bud Mulhall of Clarkson Grayson county spent last Tuesday night at Ken Rhodes Miss Lena Mattlngly is having a right serious time with her Bide again since she had measles Miss Alma Mattlngly of Glendeane is the guest of Misses Sue Julia and Lulie Rhodes this week Messrs Wave and Ed Beard of Har dinsburg were visiting their aunt Mrs Bill Jarber lost week Miss Moggie Rhodes and Eli Storms dined very Bumptiously with Mr and Mrs Rob Spencer Christmas day Charlie Jarber is getting along right badly during these disagreeable days He keeps his bed most all the time Several from this vicinity attended the dance at Mr Ely Mattinglys last Wed Â¬ nesday night and report a pleasant time Messrs John Coomes and John Ken- Â¬ nedy of Kirk paid some of our girls a flying visit last Sunday night and Mon- Â¬ day Miss Sue Rhodes treated her friends to another one of her nice parties last Thursday night and of course all bad a gay time Misses Julia and Lula Rhodes were guests at Mr Linus Coomes Saturday night and attended church at Hardins burg Chiistmas day We are sorry to hear that Miss Clara Cannon is having such a serious time with the measles We miss her cheerful presence from our midst during the holidays Ex Mayor Jacobs death fully demon Â¬ strated that bereavement and trouble will hasten the messenger on bis sum- Â¬ mons The death of bis eon away from home on a foreign shore with no loved one nigh weighed too heavily and the sweetness and gladness of life for him had fled This season hallowed by the Saviour suggested thoughts most tender and of a sacred character to which his heart ns not a stranger but alaal the The old year has taken its departure blight My husband loved knew and leaving us forever tho1 we loved it eo admired Mr Jacob and his family well We cannot avoid a look back- Â¬ The editors talk with subscribers was ward ere we bury in the past this friend to tbo point The Nkws is indeed a we have cherished so For some of us it most excellent paper and we are glad to has been replete with happiness while know it will grow handsomer newsier to the lips of others it has placed the cup and more entertaining Heres for im Â¬ of bitterness Yet is there one who mense expansion to this paper It is an gladly leaves it to enter upon the un- Â¬ era of expansion Wo are all as indivi Â¬ known future Ah no whatever it has duals as communities as a nation must had in store for us we part from it with adopt the watch word Forward We sorrow and reluctance For the beam eo true want to be broad liberal and generous To each old year cleave but firm We as readers and and cor- Â¬ Tho tbe hand ot the new respondents love the Nkws more eacli Flowery garlands weaves EdlBon perhaps year May this the dawning of 185M bo But the floweri of the future tho iragant and air Mr and Mrs J K Ditto entertained the banner year of its history and may With the put withered leaflets may never compare at dinner last Thursday for their son the band wagons1 march be a trium For dear Ik each dead leal and dearer each thorn Harvey In the wreathes which the brows of our past yean It was a most delightful occa- Â¬ phant one have worn sion a handsome collation pretty girls When my oyes fell on the heading handsome beaux lovely home and gen Â¬ And why notiot Bab is dead in Wednesdays Courier The old old years erally happy good time Journal I felt liko a dear friend had left They knew and they know Brother Leitchfleld gave us a happy me All our hopes and fears I New Year greeting last Sunday as a pre- Â¬ years had known and loved her tor though her writings as Bab of We wrlked by their side and we told them each face to his appropriate beautiful sermon Itrief tho Louisville Courier Journal and as at tho dawn of tM He furnished food Ituth Ashmore of Ladies Home Jour- Â¬ And they kiued off our tears while they whspcred relief which if we digest and assimilate will nal She was a wonderful woman in all And the stories of hearts that may not be revealed do ua Kood for the 35 and a quarter respects She spent her whole life in In the hearts ol the dead years are burled and days sealed doing good In diepeneing charity In Mr Editor I confess I am not much llftiug tho fallen cheering Let the new year smile the faint and better posted about fancy worktban you caring for tbo needy And then When the old year dies how In how short awhile rbut tho piece referred to was Batten heroic she was I Henry AVatterson was Shall the smiles be sight t IdJergy named perhaps in honor of Prin right when he said It takes a woman Yea I stranger year thou lust many a charm cess of Bftttenberg the beloved Princess to hi a herol Not once did she falter And thy face Is fair and thy greeting warm Beatrice whoso devotion to the queen even mien iter own all her own left her Hut dearer than thou in his shroud of siiom her mother has done untold good as an desolate Oh Bab Ill misa you For Is the furrowtd face of the year that goes example to the British public Just ono day did her courage leave her Yea I bright new year iLet us retroepflct as we step across the Dab that upon which her husband Oer all the earth threshold of 1300 and see how vain it is diedj As I read that statement how With soog and cheer They will hail thy birth to strive to Assist unworthy Individuals my tears flowed how my heart ached for of as thrown out her When we are providing sustonance They will trust thy word In a single hour Ilowoiten baa men the life line which they have seemingly for ourseyes and others one day Is some They will love thy face they will laud thy power For tbe new has charms which the old las not grwped and then let go to become more tbinir for courage to fall And the strangers face makes the frknda forgot UDgratofal and unworthy Dr Eaton Henry Alfred Ditto son of the late Dr The exhibition at the closing of Miss told n to let sack drift Wo can all do Henry Ditto of Meade county was born Lizzie Coomes cchool on the night of JuatftOiuucbAodno more Lack ofap- in Brandenburg twenty two years ago the 20th proved to be a very enjoyable pracktloaiJ wonderful and died in Louisville Dec 2Qth at 5 occasion to all present Despite the Supt Ctaaridy at Louisville routed oclock pm after aiy illnwaoi several gloom weather and bad roads at an ml aeelick lH Kentucky and spoke of week Nervous prostration was the Mrljr boar the eollsge which had tew wWU1 Â¬ Bro Bigham of Hardinsburg is con- Â¬ ducting a most interesting meeting at Mrs Copper is ill again with la grippe this place Ladies Aid Society of the M E church Misses Sarah and Tiliie McCarty of ave a tacky party Tuesday night Rock Vale were guests at the parsonage Mr and Mrs W II Sargent were in Christmas eve Louisville last week for a few days Tom Butler Shreve paid Glendeane Mrs Will Sargent has been ill for sev- Â¬ and this place a flying visit last week on eral days unable to attend to business telephone business Miss Jessie Reynolds arrived borne They will soon btgin work on the Friday from Ruuselville to spend tbe business telephone to extend it from holidays from here to Glendean Xmoa tree was held at the Christian Charlie Stone spent Christmas with Collection at the door fifteen his uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs 0 W church dollars for the benefit of tbe church Butler of Shreve Ohio county Miss Caddie Grillith and Mr Clark of Miss Cora Wingate had her finger badRusselville also Miss Anna Petty of ly broken though it was most happily McHenry are the guests of Miss Jess mended with a beautiful bund of gold Reynolds this week Tho Misses McCarty were guests at The supper given by tho Baptist Aid i Mr M W Stones Sunday aud Monday Society was a financial success Proceeds They were attending the big meeting were twenty two dollars expenses forty Tbe health ot this vicinity is so very five cents All who attended bad boun- Â¬ good that Dr Harris has plenty of leisure tiful supply and a good time to bask in the smiles of some pretty girls Santa did ample justice in giving pres-Â¬ I know ents to Mr Camp and wife Quite a Misses Sarah McCarty Mabel Cham number of handsome presents were giv Â¬ bliss Cora Wingate received beautiful en them by different Santas Surely the parlor lamps and Miss Zilpah Ohambliss rest of us did not get his right address a pretty water set from Santa Claua off of the Christmas tree WEBSTER A Christmas tree loaded with good thiugs of every description was given at the church Christmas eve it contained Be careful how you date it many handsome and useful presents Old Boreas breathe on us bard Among the rich gifts was seyeral wagon A great number of people are moving loads ot fine flour given by Col L Green now To the head ot each and every family on Mart Skillman has returned to Wash Â¬ tbe Cols estate he gave a sack of fine ington flour Bro and Sister Miller were very Geo Nicholson has moved to Meade substantially remembered by some of county their host of friends The seasons most ancient monarch J P Stewart of Louisville was here a few days last week r les supreme his iry breath and glitter- Â¬ Now make an honest effort to keep ing spears sends us behind a breast work of furs and wraps and turns our homes those good resolutions Â¬ Miss Dorthula Stewart has been ser- into prison vans with roaring fires as our only shield against his withering iously ill for several days blast This afternoon tbe old tyrant Joe Ball of Hardinsburg was circulat- loudly blew bis trumpet and ore the ing in our midst last week evening shadows lengthened its night Miss Sallle Pearl Barr of Owenaboro his hosts were assembled in battle array was the guest of Miss Norrie Kurtz last and down upon us they charged straight week from that palace and throne of ice and snow in the faraway regions of the north Mr Shumate and wife of Big Spring visited their daughter Mrs H O Stew Â¬ Tho missils of sleet and snow flew thick and fast Bending a chill to oar hearts as ard last week Several of our weddings have been the breath from tbe mighty warrior postponed that should have taken place swept a clean path for his legion and built a new palace forthe boary king during the holidays And over us he wields a despots wand Miss Myra Hanks returned Sunday to for how long we may not say but hope resume her school and was accompanied lifts up her drooping head and whispers by her sister Miss Ada ere long the fiery King will spat upon Sam Dugan and wife remained in oar this palace of ice and beautiful sunshine community over the holidays on account wllljsot us free of the illness of their child Do unto others as we should wish to Eutertainments have been numerous be done by How beautiful are those around here this Christmas and old and words I Yet so many disobey that rulo young have had much enjoyment and are constantly and needlessly caus-Â¬ Misa Myrtle Orutcber spent the holi- Â¬ ing pain by little unkind deeds and acts days at Garrett returning to her school It is a sad thing to cause heart aches at tbe McGehee school house Sunday when with such a little effort and no InMr Will Jones a dashing young man convenience to yourself you might have from Mo has been visiting in this and given pleasure it cost you nothing ex- Â¬ cept tbe use of good manners to be polite Saudy Hill neighborhood for sometime really I think to be a real gentle Â¬ great thing for the United And Tbe next man or lady we should Do onto others States to do for the advancement of civil- Â¬ as we wish they should do unto us ization is to build the Nicaruagan canal There was a horrid ugly little episode a Our recent little bout with Spain was kind of a cruel practical joke attempted agqod advertisement for us All the at our Christmas tree The perpetrators world is coming to New York now for are unknown and the brave and energetic loans action of tbe girls brother frustrated A highly enjoyable gathering daring and robbed it of Its worst sting It was the holidays was a pound party for tbe tbe most disgusting cowardly little folks at J 0 Pates last Thursday and wicked thing I over knew It night robbed tho fair and boiutlful celebration Not a drunken man was seen or heard pf its parity and innocence and was a shame sad disgrace to every lady present oi in our community uuring me uon All I jiqw black must have been tho days This speaks well for our comma nlty if not for our liquor heart to propose such an insult In tbe Misses Campbell and Gamble two house oi God I am sorry a Vbison with charming young ladles compalnous of eucb a character Uvea in our neighbor Miss Norrie Kurtz at nchool at Peewee hood but sincerely hope that 1 may Valley were her guests here during the nevr meef them ji holidays XsLXk the future oar capacity for war In Vmm la IMMKTM MM Wjtt BOIIgM tie the eyes o the world will be Axwi y A JaT tbe character of fighting do by Dewey Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ low-mind-Â¬ FORDSVILLE meeting ANNOUNCEMENTS OF BRECKENRIDGE NORMAL PLLEGE HARDINSBURG ZY A Merry Christmas GREETING A Happy New Year Progress in Education BUILDING Four rooms two halls well lighted and heated comfortable chairs good blackboards INSTRUCTORS Instrumental and vocal music Miss Kate Eskridge preparatory course Miss Fannie Hurst scientific course J II B Logan teachers course a graduate both of a Normal school and a University OFFICERS The five affable directors who are interested in the institution live here and are ever ready to give any legitimate aid or assistance The county suonrintendent aud examiners whom you may consult at any time live here LIBRARIES In addition to tbe College library you have access to the county teachers library in tho county superintendents ofilce A certificate of promotion will be given to anyone completing CERTIFICATES any piescribed course A county or State certificate can be obtained by anyone who completes these courses Our patrons received satisfactory grades lost year Some of our last year pupils now hold State certificates DIPLOMAS Diplomas will be given those who complete the second year scien- Â¬ tific course Teachers who wish to prepare for StateDiplomas car do bo here cheaper than at rther scbt or EXAMINATIONS Frequent written examinations ore held in every course and especially in tbe teachers in order that they may put up good papers on tho final examination for certificates TERMS Eight dollars per term of ten weeks The laborer Is worthy of his hire When you get just what you want you aro willing to piy for it When you engage in business or in teaching you want your salary commensurate with your ability WHEN TO ENTER Any month of the term any week of the month any day of the week Come nowl Procrastination is the thief of time The B N College has a host of friends in this and adjoining counties who are pleased to know that ample provisions have been made for thoroughness in any course that may be chosen in thii tbe oldest tba best aud the greatest Educational College in this section of the State F R WILDER 028J Fourth St Louisville Ky J M HARDIN Brandenburg Ky HARDIN IN 111 WILDER the IRUINPTflN IUI1 inViriU Every Wednesday and Thursday after Eourth Monday in Each Month Difficult work puch as Byidges and Crowns a specialty Latest appliances used Good work guaranteed CT isv irtu nnwiniii iSft miwi nr 3 W nniw u 8 iiai tmmf RATES 2 PCn aAV mi wig timosrontr ig looalis npriT rrnnns am - city 5 I T4sVAMUWN J0HD ZJLHtTVWV T Because by isfiLLE MEREST Ky IBIS ID SHD J 11 WW If UV 9 it U placed here by the EtT WlTHOU TPt ATES III via NEW Y0RK DENTAL PARLORS r tuo henetlt of the public that they may know where to go to get the best dental work at the very lowest price sJslatas TFFTH we extract teetb none u guou bci Teeth filled with Teeth filled with Teeth tilled with A 25 cents without pain oi anmciai icciu lor old and platinum nlloy amalgam pure told jjwj 75 50 mfim Y 100 and up W MfcVi I r iLammLiimfBmW sY guarantee ttlvtn with ctery Oiling We have been established In ronlsHlle for over ten rears can give reference from best professional and business men la the city Uemetabcr the New York Dental Parlors 542 Fourth Mntr btZ aM M Itat latVA VI 4 I ik Jt- - t St Louisville Kv i J old if GMm WO Ftf 20 Ywrt rrjrod - lotiD bjr- WORMS Nu For ul by - VERMIFUGE UK sU VmTwiliikl as x axiXj aaxitroa xiKva JAMES r KALLAI J8CJJ MoMta Quality --4 15 WHITES CRPAM ButlrfQualltr AB FWnr ClovwtwtKy -- iJ - Jl1UiL-- A J nr v is ji U