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V w liiJJJWIiHJHIJilufJJ vr wtjr fljFf y MiifLiif - jrtdt- - jP a err ir - - THE BRECKENRIDUE NEW ALL THEL NEXWS PAI3MBB3 X3ST0iTCraEl SXDIXI03Sl i sJlil i Ji V THATS FIT TO PRINT 11 1899 iVOJfe I XXIII C if ft -- CLOVEPOfitT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY C NO 26 fv IT WAS A PROFITABLE MEETING State Agricultural Commissioner LucasMoore Says the Farmers Institute at Irvington Last Tuesday and Wednesday was the Most Successful that Has Yet Been Held u A SERIES OF INSTRUC- - r Kr TIVE TALKS ON LIVE RURAL TOPICS it superior from an economic standpoint fruits He waa asked a number of ques were tho characteristics of a good milch cow he snid that an animal should be to the other plants of like diameter tions which he cheerfully answered Miss Nora Henderson Bang Tho Star narrow in the flank have a broid belt Ita fertilizing qualities are splendid the choir assisting In and wide hips and Mr Oglesby advised that jtho bean Spangled Banner bo given preference over clover whore the chorus farmers take steps to feed their soil by Tills closed the morning session the planting of nitrogenous plants The ADJOURNMENT Â¬ soja bean he said protein than clover contained more THE BANQUET Officers THE UNAPPRECIATED ADVANTAGES OF COUNTRY LIFE FARMERS ARE NOT -- PORK HELPS TO LIFT MORTGAGES Horticulturalist Tells How Much Comfort An Acre of Ground Will Produce THE SILO Dr Foote Speaks on Ensilage as Stock Food Dr P W Foote who is the most successful dairy farmer in this portion of the Ohio valley gave a very instructive talk on silos He bald that ensilage was the cheapest and i est stock feed It preserveilall the nutriment of tho corn ft ciuld also be fed so that the droppings could be saved for fertillzimr a very important consider- Â¬ ation It costs but little to erect n silo and the expense of putting up oiiBllage is comparatively small Miss Herndon sang Old Kentucky Home in a most charming manner and this closed the program for the afternoon The morning session which convened at i oclock was fully as well attended as tho session of the day bef ho Farmers were present from all the surrounding country and they seemed deeply inter- Â¬ ested in the discussions Tho chorus opened the meeting by singing America The audience were moved by the patriotic song and soon all were singing My Country Tisof Theo1 Â¬ Â¬ PERMANENT ORGANIZATION Meade and Breckenridge Agricultural and Improvement Society W THE GOOD ROADS PROBLEM SOLVED Indiana gave a practical and interesting talk on Oao of the ploosantcBt features of the Farm Poultry She advocated raising meeting waa tho magnificent luncheon of poultry and eaid that they that wasBpread for the visitors at Bandys plenty should have all the range they needed store Wednesday noon ladles of Irvington are noted She said that it was impossible to raise The through this end of the state for tho ex- fancy poultry or Jour or five different of fowls on the farm as they cellence of their cooking and they fair- strains were bound to cross ly eclipsed themselves at this spread Commissioner Lucas Moore made tho Tue collation was fine a Id every one closing address He said that this was of the guests went to the banquet with and most successful farmers intheir appetites sharpened by anticipa- the best stitute that had yet been held It was a tion in Their palates were tickled with the success every way The thanks of the Institute were ex choicest of viands and delicacies After tended the members of tho Baotist the luncheon they gathered at the meet Â¬ church for the use of their building to ing place thoroughly satisfied with themUrn Charles Blanford and J D Bab selves and the world bage for their efficient services as officers They complimented the Irvington peoof the meeting to the members of the ple highly for their hospitality and were choir for the excellent music and to R of admiration warm in their expressions S Bandy for the use of his building as a of the ladies of that hustling little town Mrs W W Stevens of Salem Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Irvington Ladies Give Farmers a Square Meal and Others Receive Vote of Thanks HOWLERS They Ought to Combine to Protect Their Interests CHILDREN FREE BORN AMERICANS They Are Not Troubled By Beggars or Peddlers NO Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ MYSTERIES IN THE COUNTRY i Girls Advised to Learn How to Make First Class Butter Irvington was in her glory Tuesday and Wednesday She put on her best smile and extend ed her heartiest welcome to the tillers ot the soil who hnd gathered there from all parts of this section to attend the Farm era Institute The citizens had made every prepara- Â¬ tion to entertain all who might come and the three or four hundred progressive farmers who were present at the daily sessions of the institute were handsome- Â¬ ly taken caro of The meeting was held at the Baptist church It convened Tuesday afternoon and was opened with prayer by Hon Thomas H Ditto Following the invoca- Â¬ tion was a song by a special chorus Hon Charles Blanford wrusi elected chairman In a neat speech he accepted the honor and then in well chosen words welcomed the visitors to the city He said that the purpose of the institute was to awaken the farmer to the possibilities of the agricultural industry It is due to the farmer said he that the country in now in its present splendid financial condition He goes along in the even tenor of his way pro ducing those crops that bring to the nation its greatest wealth and prosperity Better farming and methods that pro duce larger crops with an expenditure of the same amount of energy add to the wealth producing power of the nation After Mr Blanfords address a motion was made and seconded that J D Bac bage be made secretary of the conven- Â¬ tion Tho motion was carried and he was installed as secretary of the meeting The program was then taken up in its regular order Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A PERMANENT THING Agricultural and Improvement Society Organized I t SPLENDID ADDRESS On the Breeding Care and Man- Â¬ agement of Swine The first address was made by E W Robertson of Missouri who spoke on The Breeding Caro and Management of Swine In substance ho said The raising of It is the swine is of first importance most valuable product of the farm All importance others are of secondary There is nothing that lifts the mortgtge off the farm as easily and quickly as swine and for this reason great attention should be paid to all the details of pork production The firmer should look well to the The stock foundation of his herd should bo the vory best In selecting the brood bow consideration should be given to the Individual inake up wheth Â¬ er itthould be Berkshire Poland China or Chester White Time was when the large faf hog brought the most money but chang ng conditions have dou awav with this Creeses are not desirable It Is better to handle thoroughbred stock Dont hesitate at the expenditure of a dollar or two extra to get a good male In hand Â¬ ling hogs for profit the breakfast bacou Those swine are the most desirable weighing from 150 to J75 pounds bring the highest prices The first 175 pounds added to the weight of a hog are the moat profitable for they are the easiest to make plseaws among swine destroy profits The bet uwhods p keepipg herd fm from Uaw la tha ouooa ol pre BC Hog cholera is the most invention fective and the most disastrous dlseass that oillcts swine To be free from its ravages the hog range whether a pen yard or field should be kept clean and wholesome Feeding hogs in dirt and filth is the worst thing that can be done Impure water is another means of spreading the disease as it contains the germs Hogs should aboye all things have pure water a clean place to feed and rang If your neighbors hogi have the cholera do not go near them There is no sure cure for the disease Burn your corn cobs They are good for the hogs if fed in that state They aid digestion and give a better appetite Salt and ashes are great things for feed Â¬ ing Make a box about two feet rquare and fill it with a gallon or two of salt and ashes This if kept handy will keep your herd free of the cholera If your hogs are eflltcted with kidney worms apply turpentine on the back and feed live or six grains of arsenic in the slop If your Bwine are troubled with tonsi litis or quinsy salts given freely is a good remedy J L Henrv said ho had drenched hogs afflicted in this manner with good results Another farmer said that in at Â¬ tempting to diench hogs he had killed every one Mr Robinson then gave the following advice Never throw a hog on his back to drench him Fut a slip noose over his noso and draw him over a beam He said that thumps in pigs was due to a lack of exercise and can be cur- Â¬ ed with Indian turnip mixed with sweet milk Where swine are troubled with vermin they can be freed of them by the liberal sprinkling of four or five gallons of warm water with a strong solution of kerosene and soft soap Mr Robinson paid his respects to tho ladies He complimented them upon their intellig nee beauty and accom- Â¬ plishments He praised the muslo very highly Â¬ GEOLOGY The Relation of Rock FormaÂ¬ Tho noon session of the institute op ened with a fine attendance Chairman Blanford called the house to order and mers Institutes proposed that the institute be made a dining hall A resolution of thanks was also offered by Mr W J Piggott to Coramisbioner Lucas and his able corps of lecturers for their opsistance in making the meeting both pleasant and profitable Commissioner Moore complimented the Bkeckknridoe Nuns very highly for the assistance it has rendered and oIbo for the interest it has taken in the Far-Â¬ Sweet Country Girls Stand Good Show For Matrimony The following papar was read by Mrs of Salem Indiana The advantages that surround life on a farm are manifold and entirely too many This fict of them are unappreciated is brought forcibly to our minds when we see with what indifference if not act- Â¬ ual discontent bo many of our tillers of the soil and their families look upon their surroundings I know that farmers are accused of being calamity howlers and when we view what their efforts have brought forth in the way of profits the last few years it looks as if they would be excusable for most any kind of a howl Farmers are not professional lnwlers by any means but the most patient loyal law abiding class of citizsns in the world never indulging in riots strikes nor in any way trying to abruptly change the current of affairs in any channel Perhaps one of the most unappreciated advantages they have f r god is that of numbers With any concert of action at all the farmers of this great country could demand and securo anything of benefit they might desire One trouble has been we have had no organization The grange being the ouly thing of the kind that has stood tha test of time and proven itself to be the actual triond of the farmer It is through this organiza- Â¬ tion that we have secured the pure food bill the oleomargarine hill inter com- Â¬ merce bill and many other beneficial bills of which I know not Our law makers may be as indifferent or as actually crim- Â¬ inally neglectful of o ir interests as they are accused of being hut if they really cared to know what we wanted that they might serve us well whero can they go Not of individuals nor of to find out neighborhoods for their wanta have not been defined nor measures taken to see what we need It Beemsos if everything Irom the most beneficial occupation of man down to the most pernicious have their organizations their heads their mouth piece to be at all times on guard for their Individual as well as collective interests except thelarmer We have the liqupr league and saloon keepers OBsociatlonJbut where Is anything Tls like such an unit combination true we occaaioiiallygo spasmodically in for temperance reform but have never done any thing Btartllng yet The same Is true of hundreds of other things Farmers are constantly agitating tho subjects of combines trusta an J ex- Â¬ cessive taxation but are no all Ihesa things increasing aud at the farmers ex Â¬ pense Tia useless for them to say they are helpless for they aro not Thoir on tire welfare is in their own hands and this Is an advantage that must not bo overlooked much long ir or it will make impractlble many other advantages but ita advantages aro not by any means Bololy political or financial The social advantages of a grange are one of its most praiseworthy features Here husband wife sou and daughter of proper age can meet on aa equal- - fopt Ing forgot forawhlle tho disadvantages under which thoy labor and peer into the possibilities ofjthe future A farmer club Is within reach of all farmers and while ita Induonae U notsQ wide spread as tho grange yot tonjo ofTta features arq aa goodt I have for fiver years belonged to one of these cluba which meets once per month and has for ita sole aim the elevation and betterment if Ita Members worldly socially flnan dally and Intellectually The aubjecU ot all papers and dU W W Stephens Missions are such as are of interest to all and along the line of farm and household permanent thing His proposition met with favor and acting upon it Ed Oglesby nominated Dr P W Foote as the president of tho organization which should he known as the Agricultural and Improvement So Â¬ ciety Helps to Manage a Four Hundred Thos J Jolly moyed that the latter be Acre Farm so amended as to be called the Meade and Breckenridge County Agricultural and Improvement Society It was car- Â¬ ried On Which There is a Pear Orchard Dr Foote was elected president by a With 12000 Trees unanimous vote Thomas H Ditto of Meade county waq placed in nomination as secretary of the association and was elected without A FINE 1YPE OF FARMERS HELPMEET a dissenting vote John Louis Henry of Breckenridge county was elected treasurer The perÂ¬ One of the most interesting figures at manent orguiUition being effected the the Farmers Institute at Irvington last regular program waa taken up week was Mrs W W Stephens of Salem Ind She is a woman of strong intellect GOOD ROADS pleasing personality and almost un- Â¬ bounded energy Suggested That County Em- - Mrs Stephene vas born In Kentucky ploy an Engineer and spent a large part of her life in the city When she married she went with J P Brooks a high way export talked her husband to live on a farm in Washon Good Roads He Bald that there ington county Indiana She immediately took an interest in all was not enough attention paid to con- Â¬ struction or drainage Good results in that pertained to agriculture and it is ideas and road building or repairing cannot be ob largely through her tained if the highways are rot properly common sense methods that the estate drained There is only one way to build on which she lives has become one of giod roads and that way is through good the most beautiful and prosperous farms in Indiana engineering The farm consists of 400 acres of rich Major Thomas II Hayes of Hardin county also spoke on tho same lines He Boil and has on It one of the largest pear said that the system of giving magistrates orchards in the world The latter con- Â¬ charge of road building and repairing tains 12000 trees of the Kelfer variety was a wrong one The magistrates are which Mrs Stephens says is an ideal as a rule honest conscientious men but market and shipping pear Mr and Mrs Stephens also make a they are handicapped by a lack of know- Â¬ specialty of raising Morgan horses and ledge of engineering He said It would be more economical some of the animals that have beon bred in the end to employ a competent civil on this farm have gained wide spread engineer at a salary of 150 per month to fame Mrs Stephens said that she loves supervise the building and repairing of Farmers Iustltuto work She considers roads in each county it a glorious mission to work among A general discussion of the subject fol farmers and has devoted herself to it for ldwed years She believes in arousing the interest of DAIRY FARMING women in this branch of industry and says that tho co operation of the farmers A Profitable Occupation For wife is a host in Itself Tho paper which she read and which The Women is reproduced in this issue of the News is one J II Monrad Dairy Expert of the a splendid of a and shows that she is strong analytic mind possessed of Agriculture Department National spoke on dairy farming Mr Monrad She utters some wholesome truths and they should be read and digested by was born on a dairy farm in Denmark family of farmers that see this paper one of the greatest dairy farming coun Mrs Stephens waa highly compliment Â¬ tries on earth farming was very ed by those that attended the Institute He said that dairy profitable where It was intelligently car and all expressed the hope that they rledon It takes devotion to business con- Â¬ would see and hear her again In the near stant attention and hard work to conduct future n dairy farm profitably Attended tha Institute The brtt dairy animal ia the one that Those from a distance who attoudod gives tho moat milk The milk should contain a large proportion of butter fat the Farmers Institute at Irvington last Tho beBt strain of milch cows for the week were Sam Dlx and Harvy En Â¬ glish Union Star Charles Tinlua and dairy is the Jersey McnVad urgfid the young women F J Dutschbe Holla A B Sklllman Mr to study daltylng Hq said that good W H Bowmer Wm Aehly and Ed butter always finds a Veady Bale and It Ogleiby Oloverport A M Hardin Lo brings In a better ineomiJ than school dlbarg Major Thomas Hayes Jefferson county and Q W Winchell of Tobias i a tdachltfg port In answer to a question m to what work Etch member is given tho same amount of duties to perform and seldom fail to do the asigaed work Our mem bers have become quite proficient in Â¬ tion to the Soil Prof A M Millr the State Geologist then gave a talk on the soil and rock formation He advised the farmer to study his soil and explained the relations of geology to farming With tho aid of a mapProfeasor Miller HUSTLING WOMAN pointed out thedifferent geological strata this and Meade county and also ex Â¬ plained the nature of the soil He com- Â¬ plimented those who attended the insti Â¬ tute and said it was the most intelligent gathering of the class that he had ever seen He had heard more of scientific methods of farming at this institute than at any other Miss Ellen Munford rendered a very pretty solo which was enthusiastically applauded of THE ORCHARD Prof Johnson Advises Patronizing Home Nurseries Â¬ Prof M F Johnson a famous horticulturist and the owner of Fern Creek farm in Jofferson county gave one of tho most valuablo talks of the meeting He spoke of the smull fruit producing capacity Of an acre of land and it surprised his hearers He advocated the planting of twenty five applff trees to the acre trees to be set forty teet apart Be tweon each tree a peach tree could be planted and the balance of the tract could bo set out in small fruits such as strawberries blackberries or raspberries This would prevent a wastage of land and would make a profitable arrange- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ment - SOJA BEAN Ed Oglesby Tells of Its Many Merits B Oglesby of Oloverport covered He was called upon himself with gory to give some of his experiences Mr Oglesby produced several samples of the eoja bean In plain torse sen Â¬ tences ho told of Its merits He said that the soja bean was one of the most valuable of leguminous plants An a soil tonic it had no superior Being rich in nltrrg n in gave back more to the soli tlmu any other of the fertilizing plants It is better than clover because it can be raised In ninety dajs He planted his crop in wheat gound after cutting the grain and havested it In ninety days It would take clover a year or two to pro- Â¬ duce the same results The soja bean Is a deep rooted crop and it makes the soil frlablo produriug the same results practically as subsolllng It Is very pro- Â¬ lific nd makes not onlya generourrcrop q foliage but also of beans The latter la a superior Mock food and on account ent of the office Mr Johnsons remarks give rise to a of its great proportion of nitrogen is a flno fatteaer jigrotqT djfcuajcpr fci jatl 0 ilQ The rapid growth Its luxuriant folige attendance at the Institute no to tha beat and lU prollfio production of fruit makst mean of plautlng and ralufag email Prof Johnson advised farmers who in- Â¬ tended setting out orchards to patroniz t their home nurseries It is not advisable to send to Newlf0 Mssourl fpr trees to bo planted Jir Kent uckyi Asa rule such stock is n6tr suitable far tho climatic or soil conditions of this section If you want to buy trees that will give the best J eaults g if your Btock from your home nursery t If the nurseryman is at all hogetjtie xwu jive you just whai you want Patronizing home industries Is what builds up communities If you want to bo prosperous you must help your neighbor to be prosperous Your homo nurseryman by ypur assistance can build up a nice business and to so extend hie operations that be can satisfy any demand made of him Mr Johnson odvqcated a more oxtpn bIvo use of fruits People should eat more fruit and lesi meat He said that the possibilities of the small fruit Indus Â¬ try in this section were great and that a few years would fitness a marvelous change Wbiqh vjould be of great benefit for preckenrijgeand Madg cquntl Mr Johnson complimented Hon Luraa Moore Commissioner of Agriculture He said that Mr Moore had done more to promote tbagenera welfare pf the farm Â¬ ing interests thaharrrevloiia Idcumb yjj reading writing and speaking in public aud are quite proud of the fact that the wool cau be kept off our teeth ond moss off our backs if we but try ito one Beems content now a ditys to let all efforts toward a higher education cease while life last we mint keep up In this line or be left entirely in the rear and the ad Â¬ vantages of a good live farmers club will not be unappreciated by any ono who belongs to one The formers institute is an unappre- Â¬ ciated advautugd of farm life to many in our state That we have this opportun- Â¬ ity of mingling with oir friends and neighbors exchanging thoughts and ex Â¬ periences with those whose interests are identical with our own ofj cultivating our social natures is or should be re Â¬ garded aa a privilege by all farmers fam- Â¬ ilies especially should the ladies of the farm enjoy it If arrangements could be made and they can in most families to dovoto two days to your own institute I beleve it would form quite a refresh Â¬ ing oasis iu the dreary stretch of wlutjr that many women have Our county towns are so closely identified with our farming commutiitiei a to almost oblit Â¬ erate boundary lines and they are al- Â¬ ways glad to see us come in and help make things lively Most of us have relatives or friends who are too charita- Â¬ ble to say they are not glad tq have us stop with them especially when the yis it cau be paid back next summer If this exchang i of visits is not agreeable there is the hotel or better perhaps than all we can take our baskets which is quite a feature in do mo institutes I at Â¬ tend and havo a jolly good time picnick- Â¬ ing in mid winter Many pleasant ac Â¬ quaintances and many lasting friends can thus be formed and this commln gllhg Is apt to make us appreciate farm life moria highly The morals surrounding the farm home aro advantages too often unappreciated That we live in an atmosphere of vastly higher moral tone than is given to the average class of mankind no ono will dispute Only occasionally in country neighborhoods do wo see a moral wreck and even then thanks to the spaco that intervenes between our homee his im Â¬ morality ia to forced upon us at eyery hour of the day and night Nor can It reach tho same pitch of degradation as in localities where many of these social lep Â¬ ers congregate each one helping the Qther towards beastliness and making each example lees conspicuous There are Just about enough of these outcast ttf serve as a Warning to the rising gen Â¬ eration Coontry lift is not congenial to vice and theae vicious individuals seek bomes ojeewhero Qjr freydijm frcjn Jhs liQplaqfibegsars profeealonarand otherwise which bo in test the city Is another unappreciated advantage we have When we leave homo tha cheerfulness 6 our Bplrlta ia not quenched by the presence of the proyerblal poor oiuan wjh Ua children athouie crying for blead andVhoso hus baad ita JuaJ die or a juairolng to Trifrbflrld man the poor befgSr children and the horribly maimed or deformed individuals y gjilnji dotyull music OcBtlausd oa Eighth FagaJ tj t m- - -- x V -- J 4 st ZMFB xiffluraai rT-- - i r ii XrfimE MW 5 2IR G Zzl Effin iV i nr ly - ipipiynWF ALL KINDS OF HAPPINESS Custer Is To Have a Double Wedding at two oclock r m at Caster The contracting parties are all repreÂ¬ sentatives of the best families in that section and are possessed of all tho at Â¬ tributes of reflaomenr and culture A host of friends are delighted at their will Uko place January 18th SCHOOL REPORTS Educational Notes From Holt happiness The date of the wedding peculiarly enough Is the ilftloih bltthday and tho anniversary of Mr II T Carlton tho Birthday and Wedding Anniversary father of two of the contracting parties Qalctlcs The day will be appropriately observed and it will be filled with moro joy and Oapld baa boon shooting hia arrows happiness than one can shake a stick at very promiscuously in the Castor neigh Â¬ The News wishes all of those Interested borhood and many of tho darts bavo eyory happiness that is vouchsafed us mortals here below found lodgment in tender hearts The latest victims of his marksmanship Going to Cuba who have determined to enter the mat-Â¬ F T Heyser has received a letter from rimonial state are Georgo Dowoll and his son Hoy who is at Columbus Ga Miss Iva Carlton and 0 II Carlton and with the Third Kentucky Itoy writes Miss Ethel Sprlngato enjoying splendid health and It will be a doable wedding nnd Rev that he isregiment is preparing to go to that his C II Buchanan will officiate The event Cuba MID WINTER and West View How the Scholars Stand in Their Di- Â¬ fferent Studies Wavvvvvnajvv4nnna o e Holt Ky Jan 0 18W The following named pupils are thoso who havo merited 85 per cent and over graded on gen Â¬ eral class work and deportment for tho fourth ending Dec 23 1898 Harry Boa id 07 2 Frieda Reidel 07 Gus Reidel 00 7 Lizzie Merrltt 05 0 Vera TJnluq 05 5 Noris Board 051 Henry Coons 05 Allco Board 048 Carl Tinius 04 8 Salie Williams 041 Karnes Pierce 03 Minor Fierce 03 Effle Boultlnghouse 02 Sherlle Coons 02 Green Payne 00 6allie Pierce 80 7 The attendance is as good as could be expected considering tho weather and parents are requested to contlnuo to keep your children as rtgular in attendance as possible and aid us in the promotion of Very respectfully education Â¬ CLEARANCE SALES Our sales during December broke the record We desire to make our January sales equal if not surpass thoso of December To do this we are going to have a Clearance Sale of all Winter Goods SZESCOIEiS ESSODMC ON FEBRUARY lit I 1899 but will offor some an- - 50c to 300 250 Wo will coase to givo tables to our customers other valuable piece of furniture which will bo nounccd through this paper i t HATS DFZeODE Forest Haynks Teacher The following is the roport of the fourth month term of the West View 40c to I Call and Examine Our 5 and 10 Cent price FARMERS WE HAVE Northern White Seed Oats school Following are best grades Annie West 100 Jessie Bowman 100 Annie Mattingly 100 Richard Matllng ly 100 Mary Mattingly 100 Jennie Mattingly 100 Coleman West 10 Minnie Brown 99 0 Wilbur Brown 003 Frank Brown 09 A Bowman 08 Annie bill 08 0 Con Mattingly 08 5 Essie Sill 075 Coleman Mattingly 07 4 7 Lawrence Sill 08 Leo Haffey 00 8 Joe West 00 5 Bernard Matting ly 00 8 Several who should be first were absent a part of the time that is why thoy are not first Â¬ CLOTSIITG- - PBOM 400 to 1000 a Suit We have made an order for another supply of our chasing Table You will find seme valuable and useful articles for a email 1500 Sewing Machines You should see them before pur-Â¬ SCHOOL NOTES SHELMAN IAWMAAAAWAAHA CO Irvington Ky FINE SHOWINQ Northern Black Seed Oats Timothy Red Top School closes in three weeks out on the last day Coma and Clover All No 1 Glean Seed at the LOWEST PRICES WM VEST SONS Master Leo Haffey has had the grip of school The attendance last month was not so good as formerly on account of bad weather A SOULLESS CORPORATION Mitses Hattie West and Mary Mattingly are thinking of entering school at WV Glendeane soon We visited Prof Pile at Glendeane The Park Railroad runs from Boyville Saturday He is certainly doing a noble to Playville via Robert Pierces back work down there yard It is a fully equipped railroad It has Broke The Record a set of officers and a Bmall army of em Lieutenant Johnson of the Third Cav Â¬ ployes alry who opened up a recruiting tflice The track is standard gauge and the at the Mitchell hotel broke all records locomotive 1b made out of a dry goods in the recruiting office for December box for the cab a barrel for the boiler He succeeding in enlisting 150 men and a stove pipe for a smoke stack It is Of this number nineteen were from the mounted on wheels and answers the Cloverport station and they represented purpose for which it is intended yery some of the best families in this section nicely The officers of the road are as follows Rapid Rise Edward The river has come up very rapidlv in Allen Pierce general manager Harris superintendent of rolling stock the last twenty four hours Today it was rising at the rate of an inch an hour Divid W Murray claim agent and and has been out vile as an anarchist If ha takes so drastic Â¬ a sten Verily the Park railroad is a soulless corporation It is intimated that the officers of the road got their monopolistic tendencies from Mayor Barry who is a coal baron and runs the only trust in Cloverport VAVW Breckenrldge Banks Depositors Have Money to Burn Golden reach the attorney The employes are Vivian Pierce engidang r line as the cold weather up at the headwaters will prevent a rapid thaw of neer Wallace Pierce Bection boas Rob ert Pierce and Russell Harris are section snow in the mountains hands and Burne Severs auditor and motive power clerk ADDITIONAL LOCAL When the engine makes a trip over the road the section hands are called out John Vest was at Louisville Monday and they furnish the steam and sand on busiucoo They push with a will When traffic is Fred Fraize of McDaniels was at Hen slack tho railroad company engages in derson last week mining and the section hands are rut to Br J L Milner of Fatesville was in work in the pit the city yesterday The road like all others has its trouW L Brown of Hancock county was bles The people who live along the line purposely drive their live stock on in the city yesterday to have them killed Captian Washer of Troy Ind was in to the so as to collect big damages from the the city yesterday on business It is not thought that it will Â¬ Â¬ The financial statements issued by Breckenridge countys three banks show that they are in splendid condition The Bank of Hardinsburg has 141175 20 on Brilliant Affair deposit the Breckenridge Bank 178 Miss Elizabeth Hall of Webster gavo 280 20 while the Shelman bank at one of the prettiest and most enjoyable Irvington which has onlv been in busi- Â¬ entertainments of the season at her The ness a few weeks has 3011 63 pretty home Walnut Lawn last ThursI will sell my hotol and restau- Â¬ total amount of deposits is 323373 02 a handsome day night in honor of her splendid record for grand old Brecken- Â¬ rant a substantial building con- Â¬ guest Mies Tinsel of Bardstown Tho ridge taining 19 rooms with veranda on house was attractively decorated in tho front and side with seven lots cedar mistletoe and holly with red candles to brighten the green MubIc Tho business pays nicely as it is sit- Â¬ STATEMENT OF CONDITION and gtmes were indulged in and a pleas- Â¬ uated at a railway junction and is OF ant feature of the evening was the serv- Â¬ the only lunch stand on the route ing of a daintv lunch at tete a tete tables CO My reason for selling iB because I at 11 oclock added to the delight of want to go on a farm at once I those present who shared in the genial BANKERS and courteous hospitality of Mies Hall will sell one half interest or the Opportunity Â¬ E H SHELMAN At the close of business Irvirmton Kentucky January Â¬ Â¬ Big Receipts Thousands of pounds of tobacco are coming into the city daily and the cap- Â¬ acity of the local handlers is Uxed to the utmost to take care of the receipts Team after team camo in yesterday and the town was so crowded with planters that it was difficult for them to find ac- Â¬ commodations at tho hotels and boarding houses 2 1809 For full information re- Â¬ garding the business call and see whole me RESOURCES Notes and Hills discounted Cash on hand and due from hanks Amounts Invested In U S bonds and securities it 55470 8365 76 793 17 Furniture and Fixtures Expraies for past quarter LIABILITIES Capital Due depositors 100000 60 90 89tiH 1500000 3 9 53 JONAS LYONS Irvington Ky QUARTERLY REPORT OK THE Starting Early M right-of-wa- y Straight Talk to Farmers I Losses on the farm are due to the little leaks that drain the purse One reason you do not get the highest market price for your wheat is because you do not grade it at home One reason why your produce does not bring the best prices is because you sow foul Beed Grade your wheat and you get prices that will more than pay you for the la- Â¬ bor you put in Keep tho offal at home and feed it to the chickens Sow clean seed and all your products will class as A No 1 and will bring top market prices Office in Newsom building front room Dr B T Rafferty outside stairway Col Lafe Green of Falls of Ro ugb went to Leitcufield Monday to attend court Manager H V Harris of the Breckon ridgo Cannel Coal Company is laid up with the grip Will Beard of Fordsville is making preparations to move to Iryington where he will open up a butchers shop Joe Band has sold hia livery stable to Mr Marshal at Irvineton and has rent Â¬ ed the Beauchamp hotel which ho will conduct The Rev M M Benton will hold ser- Â¬ vices at the Methodist church Thursday evening at 11 a m aud 7 p m All are welcome Mrs F P Stumm and child of Sacra- Â¬ mento Ky who has been visting her father Richard May of Hardinsburg returned home yesterday Select oysters fresh from Booths at Baltimore make the best stews and fries Served in all styles with celery fresh crackers and Heinzs pickles at Sipples Ennitj Moorman one of the most pro- Â¬ gressive colored farmers of the county was in the city yesterday delivering his tobacco to the American Tobacco Com Â¬ pany Mr George M Richards of the Eaaton neighborhood was in town yesterday Ho was delivering his crop of tobacco to A B and II 8 Jarvia He had eight thousand pounds and obtained 6 5 and 1 corporation Recently it went into the hands of a re- Â¬ ceiver owing to the fact that the engineer had carelessly run over three chickens and two tnrkeys in one day Mrs Pierce whose chickens were killed tied up the road until enough money was raised by a series of magic lantern shows to re imburse her for her losses The road is death on chickens and were it not for tho sharpness of its attor Â¬ ney who is also chicken coroner it would never have a silver lining to the dark cloud of financial trouble that hangs over 1891153 Mullen one of the best posted J II E Hawis Cashier and most energetic farmers of the Mat- Â¬ Sworn to before me by R B Hawes this Janutingly neighborhood ws in the city ary 6 1899 Milton Lockakd yesterday He ban already burned his Police Judge Town o Irvington Ky plant beds and he intends to plant forty acres in tobacco this year III Â¬ BB People II I BRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport Ky QUARTERLY REPORT of the At the close of business on tho of December 1898 RESOURCES 31st day BANK OF HARDINSBURG Hardlniburg Ky Appreciate At the close of business on the 3 let day o December 1898 RESOURCES leis 11850398 7 79 it Attorney Murray compromises all cases by promising to have the engineer Our methods of doing business A great many customers who have discharged which is usually done The general offices of the Park railroad remained with us year in and year We have a are up in tho top story of the Pierce out have told us bo home Some times when labor troubles reputation for take place and the section hands go on strike for more candy there is a rough house and the property of the road 1b damaged but the corporation stands in with the military authorities and the Murray Guards a reserve of the Fourth Regiment Kentucky Volunteers com Â¬ manded by Col Dade Murray ia called out and they strike terror to the hearts of the walking delegates and disaffected section hands The section hands are complaining militarism and Imperialism about They threaten to hold an election and vote to make the railroad the public Honest Goods at Honest PriceB property of Boyville and Playville Tho officers however are bloated and then wo cut prices from 10 to bond holden They have over fifty 20 per cent on all merchandise treasury and they swear Our customers are bound to bo cents In tho Are you a customer they will keep the railroad as private ploasod If not become one property if they have to bribe every voter in Boyville and Playville The company has already issued two annual passes oyer the line They are made out to Ed Goodnight and E O Babbage The latter gentlemau la think Â¬ ing of returning his pass as he looks upon the favor as an attempt to corrupt the press E O Babbage is socialistic in his ten dencica and sympathizes with thp sec Â¬ tion bands rather than with the officers of the road The latter have arranged to communt cate with the crowntd beads of Europe and have Mr Babbage placed in durtace Loans and discounts less loans to directors 1a735039 Loans to officers 381166 Overdialls unsecured 161000 Due from National banks 17104 70 Due Irom state banksandbank Loans and discounts loans to directors Due from National 1aa3097 Ilanklng house and lot Other rel estate U S llonda Other atocka and bonds Specie Currency 93337 300000 1150000 Ovcrdralts unsecured banks 1713751 Ranking house and lot Other real estate Other stocks and bonds 17137 5 3000 6154 3611500 1134666 1000 117183551 y losoooo 308a67j 1000000 5647 86 15647 86 A FRIEND IN NEED KxchingcsforClcatings Furniture and fixtures LIABILITIES Capitsl stock paid In In cash Iurnlture and Fixtures Debts In suit Stamp Account LIABILITIES Capital stock paid In ia cash Surplus fund Undivided profit Due depositors as follows viz Deposits subject to chrck on which interest is not paid 8459715 Time certificates of deposit on which interest is paid 9368893 300000 119447 14000 123373678 IS A FRIEND INDEED Your friend and assistant in grading your wheat and cleaning your seed is Honest HEYSERS FAN MILL built so strong that it will last for years should not be without it another day HEYSERS PAN IILL Dealing Undivided profits Deposits subject to check ton whlh In tire it Is not paid 6535 76 Time certificates of derosits on whlh Interest Is paid 74639 33 ajooe SJ121 45100x0 1000000 5813a 141175 t17185551 9 State or It is equipped with five screens and absolutely cleans every class of farm seed It is so eimplo that tho rawest farm hand can operate it It is so cheap that there is no excuse for you to be without it It is It is so necessary that you tjjr 1 COSTS Notes taken for CO J2 OO CAS- - The name Heinz on a Jar of pickles relishes condiments or food preparations is a guarantee of purity excellence of flayor and cleanliness Sipple ia head Â¬ quarters for Heinz pickles and canned goods Long Honeymoon Trip maturity Lieut B F Hardaway who waa mar days without interest but draw interest aftor rled at Columbus Ohio Jan 4th For further information call on or address i ii i t f s F T HEYSER Agents Wanted Cloverport Ky brought his bonnle bride to nee hia par- Â¬ ents They arrived Thursday noon re Â¬ turning Friday noon On the 17th Lieut Hardaway and wife will atari to Manila He says this Is to be his bridal tour Everybody in this country ia proud of this young tolakr and wish him much success and happiness 1 1 Bronx KY The Bargain Center IRVINGTON SS fsSSso County ol Ureckmridge M II llcard Cashier Ilank of Hardinsburg a Fund to pay taxes 406 06 bank located and doing business In the city of liar Dividend J i dividend declared dlisburg In saM county being duly swom says thaday 135300 thit the foregoing report Is In all respects a true statement of the condition of the said bank atthe close of business on the 31 st day of December 1 898 to Stat6KkntUcy ss County ol Uieckinridgis the belt of hit knowledge and bclleijand further A D Skillman cashier of Breckinridge Bank a says that the business ol said bink has been trans bank located and doing business at No Wall street acted at the location named and not eliewherei In the city ol Cloverport In said county being duly sod that the above ttport is made In compliance sworn says that the foregoing report I in all re with an official notice received Irom the Secretary or State designating the joth day ot December 1898 spectsatiue statement of the condition of the said bank at the dose of business on the 3m day of as the day on which tuch report shall be made Dec 198 to the best of his knowledge and belief j M II IIiaid Cashier and further tays that the business of laid bankhai O W Uiakd t been transacted at the location named and not Motaii UsiciiDqa J Directors elsewhere J and that the above report ia made In II F Dcaid compliance with an official notice received from the Subscribed and sworn to before tne by M II Secretary cf State deiignaUog the jut day of lice Beard thtoth day of Junuary 1899 1 898 as the day on which such report shall be made Fank Uoasd N O C A li Ski an Caihkr My commission explies with next session Ken Â¬ W II Uovr uia tucky Senate I uMi J Directors VNDHuy Subsciibed and sworn to beJbie me by A II Skillman cashier the tin day of January 199 CHAS D bUUMAN N P i C WIIEN DOES YOUR SUB- Commission expiree Jan 10 1000 Kentucky an JTSl SCRIPTION TO THE NEWS EXPIRE t i On Minute Couch Cur Taws Is wkert r u awes Ur curs 7s aHnimy WWIM1 I1 fra wimiihirt hmoiwWitii n Km mi aiatiWiaiaajMlasaeea iU iiu T AK aSjSKmSSXSammimmmmimmmmmfis EiduipHMuKEsnQ2SB3BBSSHSSSTSSSZZISZIS jjmEBSmmmmBimmnammBrjrxsttKai rrMTyn fi Ma f T TW 71 H f IP T1 Breckenridgk News WEDNE8DAY TOBACCO VDiPllTHERjX IN THREE Is Supposed to bo Killing Horses in This Section JAN 11 180U REPORT CENTURIES James B DAVIU R MURRAY nt Nominated For Lieutenant of Kentucky Governor PI I ft W Preston Norri9 of Itichmomt Ky writing from Annlnton Ala to tho Rich Â¬ mond Oil tuax says Tho re nrn some ereumstancoa that may innko it probable for the Fourth Regiment to boo the Philippines yet if It dope all I ask is to bo returned in time next year for tne to do my little part to electiniia Democratic Governor of old Kentucky In this connection I hopo tho Democrats will see to it that they mnko a wise nomination for this oillm and for the rest of the State ticket mid it behooves them to do it For tlu nom- Â¬ ination I am of course for Hon VV B Smith because he is a good mau for the place and can reconcile all factions I hope he will be nominated but no mat ter who is nominated Democrats of Ken tucky should put their shoulders to tho wheel and elect lilm I am for Lt Col David H Murray of our Regiment for Lieut Governor and I can say of him no better man cau be found on Gods foot stool He lives at Oloverport Ky and is a half brother of ex Gov Crittenden of Missouri and a thorough lawyer tine business man and popular with any one who knows nlm lie and Mr Smith Col Murray would make a good team is President of one ofthe Courts Martial I work In and Commander of our Regi Â¬ ment during Col Colaoua absence at Washington in Cougresj and he ninkes aline presidlngjolllcer and a god Com- Â¬ Â¬ mander Dr Bulls Cough Syrup prevents I his eel pneumonia or inflammation of the lungs ebrated remedy will one n Cough or cold promptly Itis the best medicine for all kinds of lung trouble and costs but 35 cts a bottle A LONG WALK Boy Tramps from New Madrid Mo to Owensboro Sam Leash a boy fourteen years of age tramped into Owensboro about 4 p m Friday He went to the court bouse nnd asked a reporter for the Messergir where he could find the town- Â¬ ship trustee He said he was looking for borne person who could aid him to get to Hardinsburg where he said his grand Â¬ mother resided He said that his par ents were natives of Brtckeniidgj coun- Â¬ ty but sevoral years ago removed to His mother he says died Missouri first and about two years ago his father died He says he worked since that time for various persons but cojuldnot earn more than his board and clothes so he thought he would try to get back to his He carried a small people in Kentucky bag of old clothes He was lather shabbily dressed and wore a pair of brpgan shoes without socks He was a boy of average intelligence and says he had fairly good luck on the trip although ho had not been fortunate enough to secure transportation any of the distance Ho was directed to Mayor Smalls office but when he was seen later he had not Owensfound the citys chief executive boro Messenger Â¬ Â¬ Glorious News Comes from Dr D B Cargilo of Four bottles Ho writes of Electric Bitters has cured Mrs Brewer of scrofula which has caused her great suffering for years Terrible sores would break out on her head and face and the best doctors could give no help but her cure is complete and her health is excel- Â¬ This shows what thoueands have lent proved that Electric Bitters is the best blood purifier known Its the supremo remedy for eczema tetter salt rheum ul- Â¬ cers boils andrtinnlng sores It stimu- Â¬ lates liyer kidneys and bowels expels poisons helps digestion biilds up tho strength Only 50 cents Sold by Short Haynes Druggist Guaranteed Washita I T Settle a Contest At the election in Ohio county last year tho result was very close and result ed in a contest between the candidates for circuit clerk The candidates for magistrate in the Buford precinct wore Ed Massie Republican and Pan F Graves Democrat The court ol appeals decided points in tho case however which made Graves the winner and Massie accordingly vacated last week and Graves is now a member of the fis cal court It is said that the mysterious disease which has killed so many horses iu this A Lot of Statislics Bearing on section and which is still responsible for This Years Crop great mortality among them isdiptherla Several animals which wore ailllcjed Information More or Less Valuable Con- Â¬ with the aliment wero bled Tho fluid which flowed as a result of the lancing cerning the Weed was composed largely of pus aud this Is regarded by veterinarians as one of the Total Bales of leaf tobacco on tho Louis- Â¬ symptoms or indications of diptheria ville market during 1818 amounted to All the horses opi ruted on in this 103i2 hhds against 101 103 hhds sold mannor recovered while thoso treated during the year ISO Of Hih sales last for eigot poisoning died year 715114 wero Bnrioy and 112 128 hhds were dark tobacco 711038 Ithiln wero of Paul Perry of Columbus Ga suffered the 1807 crop 8307 hhds wore 1803 crop agony for thirty years a id then cured and 22317 hhds wero old crop Total his Piles by using UeWltts Witcli Hazal rejections during 1808 were 20670 hhds Salve It heals injuries and skin dis Â¬ Pgalnst 30017 hhds rejected during 1807 eases like magic Short Haynes Total receipts last week were 00740 hhds ngalnst 122420 recelyed during 1807 Stock held at that market on I cmter 31 1808 were 0 587 hhds gainst 15385 hhds held at close of 1807 These figures show that notwithstanding wo started in to the year ol 1808 with 15385 hhds of stock on hand and that wo have sold about 2700 hhds more of tho 1803 crop Will Be Installed in Stores and than we had sold at the close of last year Residences of tho 1807 crop the total sales fell off about 00000 hhds These llgur s alto show that the stocks held at the close of Cloverport Will Have a First Class Exchange the year were thousands of hhds less than they have been for many years All these facta prove that the present F R Lord who lias been working in price of tobacco is much below what the the iuturest of the Ohio Valley Tele situation justifies and fur below what it phone Company in IliU city for tho past would be if Bupply and demand con- week has met with splendid success trolled instead of trusts and manipula- Â¬ In an interview with the Nkws he said tion of tho crop by theso buyers that he had roceived subecriptions enough already to guarantee a flist cass Volcanic Eruptions exchange Aro grand but Skin Eruptions rob life About fifty telephones will be install of joy Bucklens Arnica Salve cures ed In stores and residences in vqrious them also Old Running and Fever partsof the city when the exchange is Sores Ulcers Boils Felons Corns opened for business Warts Cuts Bruises Burns Scads The long distance connections will be Chapped Hands Chilblains Best Pile superb and the facilities will be such cure on earth Drives out Pains and that Cloverport business men will be Aches Only 25 cts a box Cure uuar able to talk to parties in every section of anteed Sold by Short 4 Haynes Drug Â¬ the country reached by telephone gists The service at thiu point will be superior The poles erected in the city FOR TEN YEARS will all be dressed and painted aud will add materially to the appenrauco of tho Jerry Tllford Has Been Connected With town The work of construction will soon be The Henderson undrr way and ere many weeks have New Years day waa the tenth anni- Â¬ passed Cloverport will have another pub- Â¬ versary of Jerry Tilfords connection with lic facility that will class her with tho most progressive communities iu the tho Henderson road As Jerry himself tells it ho arrived at state Irvington ten years ago with no money Many an innocent little darling is suffHe git employment on the railroad and has been identified with tho road ever ering untold agony and cannot explain its troubles Mark your childs symp- Â¬ since Most of the time he has run on the toms you may find it troubled with branch train and from flagman lie has worms give itsWHITES GlJEAMVER worked his way up to the position of MIFUGE and restore it to quielneesand health Price 25 cents A R Fisher passenger conductor of tho most courteous acHe is no FATAL TQ QRIP UERMS commodating genial fellows in this neck o the woods and the number of his friends is only limited by tho extent of Powdered Sulphur Recommended as his acquaintances a Preventive The ladies admire him the men swear by him and the children cry for him as Apropos of the prevalence of the grip they do for Castoria He lias a speaking acquaintance with iu this as well as others of the larger every yaller dog on the branch and cities of the North President George T even the Jersey cows that conscientious- Angell of the American Humane Edu- Â¬ ly get in the way of railway engines to cation Society offers what he claims as get killed to promote their owners wel- Â¬ a panacea for the evil says the Philadel- Â¬ fare get out of the way of Jerrys train phia Record Sulphur is the preventive so as to keep from hurting his feelings he suggests It has been shown he says how and shed additional luster on his brilliant wearing sulphur in the clothing lias pro record for carefulness Heres to you Jerry may ten times ten vented yellow fever cholera and other years still find you with the Henderson diseases Half a teaspojuful of powder ed sulphur in each shoe or stocking ia Route the best railroad on earth I find in tho considered to be sufficient London Lancet that no less authority 3 1 8noud know that Foleys Honey Vfl I U Uana lar is absolutely the best rem Â¬ thau the president of the Institute of edy for all diseases of the Throat Chest Civil Eugineers of Loudon declares that Dealers are authorized to the sulphurous vapor produced by the or Luugi guarantee it to give satisfaction in all combustion of coal in that city kills the R A disease germa in the atmosphere Sul- Â¬ cases A R Fisher Oloyerport Shellman Stephensport E A Witt phur is very cheap and whether it de- Â¬ stroys or keeps out germs of disease from Hardinsburg tho body or only acts upon the imagina- Â¬ Its a Girl tion it cannot do much harm to try it Mr aud Mrs H I Snyder of Irving ton are the proud parents of a pretty Mr S A Facklor Editor of theMican girl baby It weighed ten pounds on its opy Fla Hustler with his wife and urrival December 11 Little Miss Sny Â¬ children suffered terribly with La Grlope der is the first girl in tho family She One Minute Cough Cure was the only has five little brothers to help make remedy that helped them It acted smooth her pathway in life quickly Thousands of others usethis remedy as a specific for La Grippe and These are dangerous times for the its exhausting after effects Short Croup colds and throat trou- Â¬ health Haynes A bles lead rapidly to Consumption bottlo of One Minute Cough Ouro used Taken Into Partnership at the right time will preserve life The many friends in this city of Alonzo health and a large amount of monoy H Ross of Louisville will be pleased to Short and Haynes learn that he has been taken into part Â¬ nership by ills father The firm shall hereafter be known as A J Row Son They will conduct one of the largest and Lon best grocery stores in Louisville as he is known hero was a second lieu tenant in the Louisville Legion He la a perfect gentleman and during his num- Â¬ erous visits to this city made many warm friends 1 Ireland May Live Un til the Next Itf Â¬ BLACK DIAMONDS Are very scarce but eyery Lump of Sketch of n flan Who Age 101 Years of FIFTY Â¬ PHONES Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ James D Iroland of Hancock county had tho pleasure of celebrating his 101st Christmas day on the 25th of the past mouth a pleasure which but few peoplo ever realize says the Owensboro Messen- Â¬ ger Ho spent the day at tho home of Ills son Thomas D Ireland near Skill man aud on that day was 101 years six months and twenty ono dajs old This remarkable old man who was born beforo Georgo Washington died is halo and hearty notwithstanding his extreme old age If ho lives until January 1 1100 he will have lived in three cen- Â¬ turies a pbrt- of the Eighteenth tho whole 0 the Nineteenth and a part of Tho indications now are the Twentieth that he will live out tho time necessary to put him over into tho next century He eats two meals n day breakfast and dinner For several years he has not Ho always invokes a eaten supper blessing before participating in his meals Mr Ireland is at ways klndlv remem bered on Christmas day by his friends aud the Christmas just past was no ex- Â¬ ception Among the many presents ho received this year was a latge stick of candy three feet long and weighing three pounds He is very fond of sweets and he will eat a small piece of his big stick of candy daily until it is all gone Lhough he has passed the century mark he is us chivalrous as tho man of younger years There was an entertainment and Christmas tree at tho church at Skillman oil Christmas eve and not wishing to leave him alone Mrs Tom Ireland remained with him At his usual bedtime she suggested to the old man that he had bestT retire as it was late for him to be up He replied that he was on guard as -- tier protector and would not retire until he family re turned He remained up and kept up tho fires in the residence until the family returned from the Christmas festivi- Â¬ ties at 11 oclock Ho is fond of history and current events and in speaking of tho late war with Spain ho said Proud Spain once one of the wealthiest nations on earth with many rich possessions is now a poor bankrupt with all her possessions Ho is opposed to imperial Â¬ now gone ism and hopes that Uncle Sams newly acquired possessions will bo made free and independent countries in the short Â¬ est time possible He asked if the Amer- Â¬ ican peace commissioners had returned nnd on being told that they had he said I am glad it is all ended While ho praises the administration and Presi Â¬ dent McKinley for the successful man Â¬ agement of the war he TsUyalhat he is able to see in eyery move aud action of the president a caution the indicates a fear of doing something that will injure his chances for a second term Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Baskett Coal Is a jewel ITS AN ECONOMICAL That verdict of all houeskeepers who use BASKETT COAL as a fuel Its good points are numerous is the COAL For tho reason that it gives more heat for tho money than any other coal on the market It makes a steady lasting fire Fill your stovo or grato with it at night close your drafts and You do not have to use as much BASKETT COAL youve got a fire that lasts until morning as you do others becauso it has more substanco 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 does the BASKETT but it makes less clinkers and less ashes than most other varieties and is therefore an ideal grate or stovo fuel J Is a superb fuel for uso in flouring mills tobacco factories saw mills and manufacturing plants BASKETT COAI Special Prices in Carload Lots ADDRESS COMMUNICATIONS TO Pittsburg Coal Company BASKETT KY iitflitfioiioMioioxjo Removal Please insert in the News the removal of Brother 0 J Lawson wife and daujjh tor having left us on Dc 22nd 18U3 to live near their daughter and husband T Johnson where we cannot expect to meet with them so often In parsing by the old mansion it seemed that our eyes would look for its inmates of gone by days but alas they did not appear Wliile the home of Cousin Charlie was vacated our minds would run back to the many happy hours we spent in their home Some were hours of glee some sadness some were spent in Gods ser- Â¬ vice and all enjoyed the glorious revi- Â¬ vals Mother and I have broken ourselves from looking for the home light but to- Â¬ night it is held by another we aro glad to have our sister and brother Smith with us 1 have known aud loved the family quiet a while It seems but a few short years since they came to the old man- Â¬ sion to live One by ono their daughters have been united in the Holy bonds of matrimony until now t iey have but one I regret She and I attended to give her up marriages preaching prayei meeting etc and spent many happy hours The father is the guest of his daugh- Â¬ ter Mrs C Hardaway to night We hope that all is well with wife and daugh Â¬ ter Mag Had I the wings of a dove I would fly away to their home to see How often liavo wo looked into tho face of the father and seen that he was silently praying and thanking the good Lord for giviug hlra kind friends wife and daughters Were tailing the ocean Of infinite love I Were chattered lor Glory I Our part it above Though angry the bieaken No tremor we feel B H0 Interruption of Business I Why Suffer Agony When DONS COMPLETE PILE CURE is guaranteed to euro you It is tho discovery of an eminent physician No Knife No Â¬ Persons who lead a life of exposure are subject to rheumatism neuralgia and lumbago will find a valuable remedy hi BALLARDS SNOW LINIMENT it will banish pains and subdue inflamma- Â¬ tion Price 25 and 50 cents A R Fisher A Fine Offer Tho first treatment brings immediato relief It has cured thousands and will euro you Mil T S WILCOX prominent merchant politician and chief of tho Chattanooga Firo Department says Â¬ A usual interest to every reader of this paper is the advertisement elsewhere in this issuo of the St Louis unquestionably one of the greatest of American nowspapers That peerless paper can now be had by mail every day including the big Sunday issue for only six dollars per year and at that price it is certaiuly within the reach of all who desire to read an daily paper The Weekly Globe Democrat is Issued in semi weekly sections of eight pages each making it practically a large semi weokly and almost equal te tho average daily at one dollar a year This issue is just the thing for the farmer merchants or professional man who has not the time to read a dally paper but wishes to keep promptly and thoroughly posted It is made up with especial reference to the wants of every member of the family not only giving all tho news but also a great variety of interesting and instruc- Â¬ tive reading matter of all kinds Write for freo sample copies to Globe Printing Co St Louis Mo Globe-Democrat After years of suffering DONS PILE OINTMENT was rec- Â¬ ommended to mc 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 tho attention of others suf- Â¬ fering with piles Price 100 Prepaid to any Address DON CHEMICAL COMPANY CHATTANOOCIA TENN lJfcfljHte JAMES W LYONS WITH PLANTERS PHELPS CO HOUSE Managers Northeast Corner Eleventh and Main Streets One Minute Cough Cure cures That li what It was made lor i LOUISVILLE KY DAILY AUOTION SALES FOUR MONTHS STORAGE FREE RETURNS PROMPTLY MADE RESERVE BID TO SELLER Pranks of the Weather Â¬ Â¬ 6 Sing In tho new Ring out the old Ring out tho lalso Rloglnthotruo We bring to you the new and true from tho plney forests of Norway In pulmonary trouble the direct action of BALLARDS HOREHOUND SYKUP DR BELLS Pine-Tar-Hon- ey upon he throat chest and lungs im- Â¬ mediately arrest the malady by reliev- Â¬ ing the distress cutting the phlegm and freeing the vocal and breathing organs Price 26 and 60 cents A R Fisher Old Boreas swooped down on this secKorjum or pilot U turning tion of the country Thursday night and The wheel gave us a touch of real Winter Tho R B II snow began falling and soon the earth Custer Ky Jan 3rd 1899 was carpeted with a snowy covering three inches in depth Tho temperature Dr Bulls Cough Syrup cures the fell to tho extent that people hugged the wont cold In a day itopi the running of the note fires closely The children have beon qreak the fever and banithe all tcndenclte to having a lot ol sport coasting The fav- Â¬ ward pneumonia It lathe quickest reliever and orite sliding place was Skillmans hill curer of throat and lung dltca w which was a scene of youthful gaiety all day Saturday KILLING CATTLE J T O CHAS F OWEN WITH PICKETT TOBACCO WAREHOUSE A BRIDGES CO Proprietors - Sour Stomach ni Â¬ Strange Disease Has Attacked Several Cor Eighth and Main Sts A Louisville Ky Not in Herds Horses are not alone the victims of the strange disease that has been raging In this section for some weeks past It has appeared among cattle and it would seem that no class of domestic animals are immune from its attacks James Jolly a farmer living near Hardinsburg lost eleven head of cattle from tho disease last week And it is reported to have at Â¬ tacked other herds in various parts of tho county Tho smallest things Do BRIDGES W G BRIDGES science to Natures most natural remedy Improved by a Pleasant Permanent Positive Cure for coughs colds and all Inflamed surfaces of the Iungs and Bronchial Tubes The sore weary cough worn Lungs are exhila rated the microbe bearing mucus is cut out the cause of that tickling Is removed and the Inflamed membranes aro healed and soothed so that there Is no Inclination to cough SOLD BY ALLQOOD DRUaQISTS MUsOniy 2Bo 60s ami t00 8txa Â¬ 1 A Olrl After I urn Induced to try OASGJl never bo ulthoutttiem In tho bout Mr and Mrs Reubou Hawkins of IlKTH I will Id a Terr bad ihapf and ray head Uj liver Toblnsport are rejoicing over the arrival acbed and I bad toiuaob trouMo Now ilnce tak ing CaicsraU 1 feol lino Mr wife bat alio uiad at their home of a beautiful girl baby It Ibem wltb beuobolal reult for tour itomacb Jo Kbcuunq 1101 Cougrou St St Louli Mo came Friday night Mother and daugh ter are doing well Four Months Storage Free the Combne - RATES Thrncocantr lluloottMl k f Koor It o uaZefT on x a UetrjuS Blgwtun of CANDY - jf US7X Marlow y291 4CC4te Arbra Ym Havs Always Bought TRADt UMM ftMWTCMD Port Marlow and Llnnio Arbra of Â¬ JtrHWtV mmHMm Qood may exert tho Efcuiv 7BaEJrt0Hs iiuum pMynflMOMmiMMieeMB M M mTmw M BE SURE YOU GET penuaaeot rrtM Tu ftr Hi lilts ferfar Mfiiy uut Uu fit frfcutf Kl PatCBvlUo elpped to Canneltou last Fri day and were married They left Satur Â¬ day morning for their future home at Jtockirale Nay Jholr life 1e one of nappiaeoM Iloaiant MTAIIB OUHE CONSTIPATION UIm WMlrttl ttti Ill Xrlli Hm4 Car Bold and ruaranteadbr all dru HTr Sicken ralatabla Weaken or Qroe Fount Tail Wo aood no tie Mo greatest influence Witts Little Early Risers are urn quailed for over Â¬ coming constipation and liyer troubles Small pill best pill safe pill Short Ilaynea U -- Mm B if I 1 V TOR TdRRrTFNRTDCR NEWS JNO D AND V G BABBAGE Editors and Proprietors WEDNESDAY JANUARY 11 1808 inifi I I I i EIGHT RAGES THOUGH THE WORLD BLAME THEE Dedicated to a Friend 1 THOUGH In tho world blame thoc thou art not to bltune tho world praiso theo hearken not at nil thine own heart is tho reward or shamo In thine own heart the victory or tho fall What others think of thoo Btay not to aBk Rather than pleaso tho many serve tho fow Knowing that lifes most glorious regal task Ib never quito too hard for theo to do JAN 5 99 of sop to the church sentiment without much Bubstanco to them They just take a minister and put a uniform on lim with a silver crocs on tho ehonldor pay him 200 a month and turn him loose on 1200 men without any of tho implo meats of the spiritual warfare to flglit with When 1 get out I am going to suggest that they do away with tho chap lains I suppose that there may bu a howl but it is bettor to raise the issue and have tho whole system revised When we got down to Cuba Ill wrgr most of the men would rather go to a cock fight or a bull ring than attend ser- Â¬ vices To tell thetrutb am beginning to think there is a heap of balderdash About what tho chaplains do accomplish outside of meeting tho Bontlnient that cnlls for their ptcsence with eyory body of troops Subsequently he explained that he did not mean to give out the im- Â¬ pression that the system should bo dis-Â¬ continued but that Chaplains should be providod with tents and othor accommodations or holding meetings without which they could accomplish no good Â¬ Â¬ I V UUlZi JL Umy ikeep Â¬ T Wc know Interest deepens dally in tho stato campaign Ex Governor Brown is still Ho was a good Governrather mum or Coughing lungs It Is better than wet feet to cause bronchitis and pneumonia Only keep it up long enough and you will succeed in reducingyour weight losing your appetite bringing on a slow fever and making everything exactly right for the germs of con- Â¬ sumption Stop coughing and you will get well of nothing better to tear the lining of your throat and 25 PER CENT DISCOUNT OFF ALL 000 The United States barring France 000 of course at tho cupy the largest space will have second spaco iu slzo Paris exposition Russia will oc- Â¬ JACKETS AND CAPES ONLY A FEW LEFT Rudyard Kipling is coming to New York He had better be denying tho Impression created by his early writings of his unfriendliness to America Great Britain and Franco aro still Irritated towards each other Pity neithor can decldo what her rights might bo The time is ripe to havo the matter unÂ¬ 000 10 PER CENT A Â¬ derstood flyers Cherry Pectoral cures coughs of every kind An ordinary cough disap- Â¬ pears in a single night The racking coughs of bronchitis arc soon completely mas- Â¬ And if not too far tered along the coughs of con- Â¬ sumption are completely cured Ask your d ugglst for one Of DISCOUNT OFF ALL e a HONEST WORKERS The Farmers Institute held at Irving ton last week represented all that is best in the social and industrial life of Meade and and Breckonridge counties It was Bryan is in favor of expansion pansion of Bryaniam ex- Â¬ A town without enterprise is likely to furnish excellent pasturage A rouTiciAN lo more dangerous to a community than a buzz saw Deeds and not words Mayor Weayer are the tests of a mans sincerity o city Mayor Weaver can thrive that refuses to help exploit the resources of its tributary territory Home industwks Mayor Weaver are not to be encouraged by placing btu nib ling blocks in their way Ip Aouinaldo does not show his hand or his heels pretty soon Uncle Sam will force him to quit the name Foue men are so opposed to expansion that they will not draw a deep breath for fear their luugs will expand attended by honest workers by men women who love work lor works AauiNAino has declared against the and Anthony llopo knew what ho was introduction of tho kodak in the Phil sake The spirit that animated thorn talking about when ho said Women was a desire to attain the mastery of liplnes This however will not prevent their industry They are types of the seem to havo the instinct of monopoly Uncle Sams taking a snap shot at Aggie God people to whom the world is indebted not to care for a sbare of affection if the latter gets obstreperous for all the progress it lias made Ed implanted that instinct unless their nat Â¬ ures aro perverted The papers in the state that are devot Oglesby one of the most enthusiastic at tendants at tho Institute was in the News ing the larger share of their space to Our beef trade is somewhat injured politics should remember that political oiilco Friday morning and in speaking of tbe Institute bewailed the fact that our exports may not be so large since palaver is valueless as n fertilizer of there were not more farmers present Gen Miles has testified about American farms or as a lubricator of industry He said that the great majority of the canned meats Germany is not sorry for us It is all bosh Government experts Mark Hanjja is said to be the most tillers of the soil seem adverse to progress inspect our hoof and at the time of and were not taking advantaeo of the accessible man in the United States slaughtering senate That is the failing with most opportunities that were afforded them to increase their capacity for work and propoliticians who think public office is a Col John B Castleman of the First Mr Oglesby believes that men duction private snap They are too accessible who misdirect their energies and waste Kentucky Volunteers will leceive the their labor are not honest workers brevet rank of Brigadier General for Tub Louisville Free Press a very in though the error may be one of the head meritorious service tt Porto Rico We dependent paper edited bv Walter S and not the heart He is right in this waut the Colonel breveted It is a great Forrester is taking a few falls out of the matter The man who gets at the top an honor as Mr Mr Watters in proposed local politicians of that burg Walter is in whatever avocation he pursues will for him an expert in his profession and will hold find it more profitable and will find les his own in the arena competition to contend Gov Bradley will Our possessions recently acquired aro giving us somo trouble aro croaking Just bide a wee other possessions have dono the same in other centuries and for these same United States 000 Heavy Weight Clothing 6 WILL NOT CARRY ANYTHING OVER 000 cTrTR FATR f 7 Â¬ Â¬ Cloverports Leading One Price House J 000 Dr Ayers Cherry Pectoral PRESENT INDICATIONS this is a fact and now from past events What are the indications of the future The prophesy that Man shall grow weaker and wiser is tit present manifest Â¬ ing its fulfillment but has never reached its terminating point The ono who is successful in the futuro must be educated and ambitious He is the one who must fill positions of honor and fame He must take up his responsible du- Â¬ ties of tbe progress of civilization where his father lays thorn down And thus by the honest labors of such men and ladies the human race shall be benefited and directed into the paths of truth and light Education or scionco has just now got under full headway and will neve stop By it we shall attain the laurels of a life well lived and shall be a help to our fellow man This is how all men whoso names and works have been honored centuries after they have gone into eternity have se cured their reputation Such facts as nboyo mentioned are the object of our schools and colleges This should be borne in mind by all intelli- Â¬ gent scholars who desire to make use of tho opportunities afforded them while young The one who goes to school just for fun will not be profited thereby nnd will probably see his more studious companions get the positions of honor he would like to have himself He will then regret that he did not qualify him self for the battle of life There is a pace of honor and profit for every one who Is qualified The men and women who are constantly coming to the front iu the various walks of lifo have qualified themselves in the Fame manner in which yon must qualify yourself They have been to the schools and colleges and have made good use of their valuablo time Personally speak Â¬ ing we regret that our school is out We are impressed with tho belief that every scholar in the school will go home much wiser than before the school began We should not leave off our studies now that school is out remember the maxim that practice makes perfect study with a good will and make yourself interested in your books gather information from all available sources and thus you will acquire an education Hoping that it will be our good fortune to attend school next term we must take leave of each Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I 000 Piaster Tr and ileilro the livit miUlcal advice you can posslbljr obtain write ui rrelr You will receive a prompt reply that may tie of great valuotoynu Addreit Pit J C ATKK Lowell Man Cherry Pectoral If yon laro liny complaint what It will aid the action of the Â¬ Over at Garfield lives a boy who is un Â¬ doubtedly a genius Tuongi he is but a child in years he has already won fame as a meterologiBt and artist His teach Â¬ er Mrs Wyatt Payne Bends this pro- Â¬ duction from the pen nf the boy weather fon caster Lawreuc W Whitwortb for It was read Eublication in the Nkws the last day of school Every one knows and every American is proud of the fact the United States ranks among the highest of civilized nations of the earth In the year 1500 a few years after the discovery of this coninent by Columbus civilization in America had never begun It was one vast wilderness inhabited only by savages and wild beasts and ha I lain in this condition for hundreds and even thousands of years unknown to tho po pie of the old world After its discovery the people who settled it were nothing more than half civilized A few of them being more intelligent and having high Â¬ er cultivated minds than the rest influ- Â¬ enced the idea of popular education then unheard of outside of Saxouy and Prussia These countries which were the first to have a popular educational system are now at tho center of the edu Â¬ cation of the world The decade of 1600 marked only a com- Â¬ paratively slight advancement in the civ ilizition of America The cause of edu- Â¬ cation being suppressed by our sovereign The true history of our remarkable ca- Â¬ reer of educational progress begins with our independence secured by the war of tbe revolution from 1775 to 1781 Since that time our advancement in art and sciences and our swift pace to the front have excited the iealousy of all the nations of the woild Tho ninteenth century has been the most eventful epoch iu our history wo have established ourselves upon the sol Â¬ id rock of science and have designated our motives to the world and when all tho liberty oppressing and prejudiced powers of the earth shall see that our principles are the only successful ones upon which a nntion can be established and by the adoption of those principles emerge from the pall of darkness which has been hanging over them for ages who will say that we have not been in- Â¬ strumental in elevating the mind of the humau rac We do not mean to say that ours is the only educated country in world and tho others all under a cloud but we are speaking of those of which A new deal will be the Kentucky Damocrats this year boro Messenger As the cards are in the bauds If there is anything lacking in the Woodson and the gang poor News this week just mention it and we Hardin will be brought to a will try to supply the deficiency Bense that clubs is trumps motto of Owens of Urey P Watt realizing Havino taken the initiative Henry The Czar of Russias first cousin the Watterson needs but the referendum to Cyril who is now in this of nominating con- Grand Duke be the whole bunch country says I shall say very deliber- Â¬ ventions ately that the American woman is the Cyril old handsomest in the world So many plots are being hatched against boy that jolly is out of sight but it wont the Spanish government these days that field is already over there is danger of the incubator being work The lecture crowded overworked Â¬ Honesty and fair dealing Charley Juduinu from the reports the Mole St Nicholas war correspondent seems to Weaver is the best policy for a city as No bucket have transferred his base of operations to Will as for an individual Charley Weaver ever returns empty Hankou China from the well of honesty and fair deal- Â¬ Deweys gold sword will be one weap Â¬ ing In other words if you would see on that will escape the fate of being Louisville achieve true greatness you beaten into a pruning hook when this would be honest and fair with the coun- Â¬ try districts that sustain the ity cruel war is over Paducah had Ueuty one fires during the month of December breaking the record The Paducah lire fiend has attain ed its majority as it were Â¬ Â¬ ENCOURAGE CAPITAL The Kentucky legislature hasinduged in so many shooting matches with cor- Â¬ porations as targets that many material When Ir it is true that we stole the tune of advantages have been killedis more toour be people realize that capital Yankee Doodle from tho Spaniards we desired than demagogery they will send have made the amende honorable by giv Â¬ men to Frankfort that will co operate ing them flail Columbia with capital in its effort to build up the state rather than discourage it by adverse Wuen Uncle Sam gets through with legislation the insurgents at Ilo Ho those that sur- Â¬ vive will wish that their foresight had Till STRAIGHT OF IT been equal to their hindsight Mayor Weaver in his speech before the Louisville Board of Trade last week Before his death Senator Brice was spoke in favor of patronizing home in- Â¬ estimated to be wortli 20000000 but his dustries So did Chairman Grainger of will only dispones of 000000 This the Board of Public Works Both gentle Â¬ proves that it only takes six figures to men are against the use of Kentucky make an American millionaire Bock Asphalt on Louisville streets One man in commenting upon their deeds We are not bo The recent illustrated edition of the said it was strange We say it is hypocritical Beaver Dam Gleaner was one of the charitable handsomest papers of its class that has ever yet been sent out from the office of USELESS APPENDAGES a country paper The half tones were Rev Sam Smam who is serving as splendidly printed and the whole sheet Chaplain to one of the finest regiments reflected credit upon Editor Likens organized for operations against Spain and the hustling town in which he lives declares that under existing conditions The paper will undoubtedly do Beaver Army Chaplains are a useless appendage Dam great good The chaplains lie declares are a sort with This holds good with the farmers more than with others because they feed tho world and are the chief corner stone of all good government Much of the careless and shiftless work done on farms results chiefly from bad judgement The farm ers aro prone to over estimate their strength and abilities and often oyer crop themselves This leads to careless tillage and consequent loss of profits It also causes farmers to lose enthusiasm and their work becomes a drudgery in sted of a pleasure The man who is hon- Â¬ est with himself rarely over estimates his capacities or abilities He rarely neglects opportunities that will enhance his power for accomplishing tasks easier and better He grasps eyery advantage that has a tendency to promote his in- Â¬ terests It is a duty that farmers owe themselves and the world to put forth their best efforts to better their own condition They represent the most intelligent and independent class of the mass of toilers It is an incontrovertible fact that the world recognizes the dignity of labor more than heretofore and we will have more faithful and conscientious workers in the future and they will be ap peciated The farmer who ia in love with his work is an honest worker He attends the Farmers Institute and eyery other gathering that is calculated to promote his capacity for efforts that produce good results He is the right man in the right place No man ouuht to follow any business he does not love Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ How to Cure the Grip rSS SS Ono of tho leading physicians of Louisville gives tho follow- Â¬ ing simple remedy and course of treatment for tho grip now epi Â¬ demic almost all over tho United States especially tho middle and northern states Remain indoors Eat light easily digested food Tako plenty of phyaio if necessary to givo copious action ofthobowels The simplest romedy for tho averago case is equal parts of salol and phenacetin 2 grains each overy two hours until the aching ceases then to he discontinued Tho danger from grip lies in threo directions continued tho doctor In middle aged peoplo it tends to produce nervous prostration and all undue exercise liko climbing steps or heavy labor should be avoided It iB hard on the action of tho heart ft and ia likoly to prove suddenly fatal in older peoplo who do not J tako particular care to avoid overexertion On the young tho force of the diHeaso is spent generally on tho digestive Bystom The unusual number of bronchial and throat troubles in connoction with cases of tho grip aro puzzling the doctors Thcso come generally aa after effects liko those which follow scarlot over and diphtheria in children Tho cause of bo much grip lies in tho fact that tho grip Wo know bacfllae has not yet boon cornored by tho profession It is undoubtedly somo is horo but can not toll his nature ho Grip ia always miasmatic Influence atmospheric In character euoh spells of weather as we havo at present rrevolent during but eeldom foimd in colder or warmer weather A SVM34ClfiSaO CrX8a2j YEAR OPENS PROSPEROUSL Y The weekly trade reviews see no clouds on tbe financial horizon The year begins with the kind of business demand that counts says Duns review For a while there has been a rising demand for materials but now the crowding demand for finished products begins to advance prices Bradstreets reports that the worlds stock of wheat on Jan I gained only 1 700000 bushels over Dec 1 against a gain of 25000000 bushels in November Stocks in the United States east of tho Rockies are the lightest held for fifteen years with the exception of 1801 DunV says The wheat movement has to sustain it the largest foreign demand ever known for wheat and corn together and Atlantic exports of 5 214 420 bushels flour includ- Â¬ ed against 2840318 last year with Paci tic exports of 014 833 agiinst 872440 last year would give some reason to antici- Â¬ pate higher prices were not the Western receipts 4101532 bushels against 2870 072 for the same week last year Tho wonder is that the foreign demand for corn continues so heavy 3572412 bush Â¬ els having been evported in the week agiinst 255410 in the Bame week last year Duns flual figures of failures in 1803 follow The failures for the year 180S were 12200 banking and othor financial concerns included with liabilities of 14t057t3 18 3 per cent less than last year and 40 1 per cent lees than In 18W Commercial failures were 12183 with liabilities of 130002800 15 3 per cent Ices than last year and 43 2 per cent less than in ISMJ The average of liabilities per failure 10722 is the smallest oyer recorded Bank cleariuga in 1818 according to Bradstreets revised figures amounted to 01808473434 iu soyenty seven cities a gain of 22 per cent Reviewing the first wek of the new year Bradstreets says Bank clearings for the week reflect exceptionally heavy annual sottlemen h in a total of l70rCOO000 nearly 000000 larger than evor beforu reported 25 per cent larger than last week 24 per cent larger than in this week a year ago 64 per cent larger than in 1807 70 per cent larger than in 1805 and 75 per cent larger than in 1804 Business failures are exceptionally small for the openlug week of the year numbering only 237 again 1 218 last week 333 in this wtek a year Pgo 488 in 1807 440 iu 1800 and 405 tho opening Monday at the fiercer than I ever knew it before espec- Â¬ Mun Terpsichore Carnival to secure funds for ially among ten cent magazines a silver service for the battleship Ken- Â¬ soys Magazine is larger this month than tucky Gov Bradleys appearance and it has ever beenin reading pages before address are most appropriate as his I can romember when Godey and Peter- Â¬ son and Frank Leslie held complete daughter christened our name sake sway The Peterson has now been Mr Wallace a foremost scholar and a blended into The Argosy and Godey in great thinker in England dubs this era to The Puritan I have the December The Wonderful Century It proves Argosy through the kindness of Misses his statement cy comparison with the Mary and Bess Lewis and find it fully The Puritan little whole historical period He was a co- Â¬ up to the standard worker with Darwin in scientific re Â¬ Quaker is quite young yet but Frank Munsey will plan and sustain a great search We are so glad we are living I future for it I know he will illustrate Governor Ted Roosevelt in his first and improve it in a thousand ways I addiosstothe New York state legislature am glad of this increase in magazine shows that he is level headed He says competlon it means more reading by all for one Item that there is need of cut- Â¬ classes and in the family ting down salaries of certain officials of We lead almost daily What shall we forcing others to do more work and alto- Â¬ or some- Â¬ gether getting rid of others Give us do with our boys and girls thing bearing on the subject Many of some more such individuals the views are good Many are far All women whose lives havo been fetched and impractiable For instance pure and transparent as a clear running one writer says I believe in the strict stream have no doubts and fears of other old fashioned English or New England That I would women Such women are always broad system for raising girls incapable of petty jealousies or say depends upon the girl Another and Only narrow minded women writer wants marriage to be thought of malice are unhappy and selfish and strive to as a last resort when all else ha failed Now I and eyery other true woman or make others bo but only to fail even girl would resent that The idoa I When all else fails Whenever the Little Journeys to the Homes of Â¬ twelve states- Â¬ right man comes along and you are conAmerican Statesmen vinced that love between you is sponta- Â¬ men with thirty eight illustration on Japan vellum deckle edge paper gilt neous nothing premeditated nothing top 175 are charming sketches full of planned from a wordly etand point but cocg miality historic fact and modern comment The only love sympathy book is especially adapted to the wants prompts the tie jump right into the matrimonial barque and go floating of every school room Bright away on the skimmering sparkling sea in a chatty style Mr Hubbard has There is only one life before you Storms captured tho interest of his readers may overtake your barque and will but if love faith and confidence are steer Â¬ What New York women and men ing guiding and the vessel sinks amid spent for fun fineries and luxuries the breakers youll go down together in 1898 was certainly a plenty But satisfied and happy What is the sum is all right if they could afford it I that urn bonum of our lives Drummond am in for liberty along all lines It makes knew whereof he spoke when he said me simply indignant to hear anyone St Paul object to another living in luxury or Love solved the great question of antiquity aa spending for pleasure simply because he of the modern world marri Â¬ or she cannot afford it If I lived in a Drummond age should not be made tbe be all and hovel I would be glad to know a worthy end all of a girls life but it should friend had a palace neither be thought A as a last resort is hard to decide about the ago Somo Smith and Nixon have sent me cata- Â¬ It of the happiest marriages of my know Â¬ logue and circular of the Rosenthal re ledge were consummated very young cital at Macauleys Theatre Jan 17 As a rule noneof us favor earlyvow8 But Tuesdny evening This great pianist is my one plea is and ever has been Love said to excel Sauer Paderewski or Every girl should be has no regrets DAlbert in his dazzling masterful ex- Â¬ fitted to sustain herself is necessary He is simply a Titan I am ecution Â¬ requested to make up a party and attend otherwise eithor before or after marri age let her round of duties at home be but the tickets come most too high for the fulfilling of her nutuaal mission music lovers here f I 50 to 250 not Wifehood and motherhood are Divine high to hear such a performer commands when assumed under happy circumstances prompted by love only How self centered children are All of them are under the impression that If you haveeatarrb dont dally with they are of vast importance and that local remedies but purify and enrisb they will even receive unusual attention your blood with Hoods Sarsaparilla in Heayen I heard a little child say Whose lap will I sit In I wont stay The Brandenburg Normal has the there unless some one holds me I largest library of any Bchool in this sec-Â¬ thought of some peoples solrit of dis- Â¬ tion of the state content and wondered if they wouldnt havo to be held by eome great Celes- Â¬ tial pttsonagd The Holy Family in the chapel of Schlops would ouggest the idea good dip estlon sound sleep a if we have read correctly 000 make address this evening 000 Â¬ 000 000 000 000 good-nature- d 000 other Faith-hope-lov- e To our teacher we bid adieu hoping that the future will bo as brilliant for heraa the present indications and that we have not toiled in vain Lawrence Whitworth ANNOUNCEMENTS OF BRECKENRfDGE 000 pRMACOUIJJE-A Merry Christmas HARDINSBURG- - KY GREETING- - A Happy New Year Progress in Education lifted and heated comfortable chairs BUILoodNb7 INSTRUOTORS Instrurnental and vocal music Miss Kate Eskridge preparatory course Miss Fannie Hurst scientific course J H B Logan ieacuera coar8e a graduate both of a Normal school and a University OFFIUERS The five affable directors who are interested in the institution live here and are over ready to give any legitimate superintendent and examiners whom you may aid or assistancetm The count 11 consult at anv LIBRARIE- S- addition 0 the 6ollege couuty teachers lllvary in the county superintendents office OERTIFIOATKH A certificate of promotion will be given to anyono comnletlncany prau r bi d course A county or Stale certificate can be who completes these courses Our patrons received satisfactory last ta ow 0d Ur laBnflw certificates DIPLpMAfc Diplomus given those who complete the second year scion- - 000 - VS A CLEAR HEAD tSST1 er 10 proparefor 4r Catherine Moore in Sundays Courier says she did not know President Andrew Johnson had over been entertained In Louisville until coming across a scrap book in which was an account of his re Â¬ ception I heard President Johnsons address in 18C0 April 11 that night the banquet was held at the Louisville Hotel He was the first and only Presi dent I had seen I remember noma wit standing near me In the vast crowd said Wonder If he could use his tailors thimble yet I know be was never ashamed of his gradual asctnt Â¬ 000 dollars per term of ten weeks fine appetite and a ripe old age TERMS Eightget The laborerls When you ust what you want you are willing to pay woithv of hla hi I are some of the results ofthe use n teaChlDg yU BDt cemrntnsSUh SBRifft of Tutts Liver Pills A single of the month any day of dose will convince you of their fuTaTj IrUl In this J wonderful effects and virtue made for thoroughness mayW final examination for certificates v K papers on the WnS2r Stowrh0th0 teWeek yoy A Known Fact in any eSuZ that beat and tne greatest Educational College in this Motion of the Bute SMlSVtoUtS rtErtth V An absolute cure for sick head- Â¬ ache dyspepsia malaria sour stomach dizziness constipation bilious fever piles torpid liver and all kindred diseases Worms lwVJw0w3J w I m m VERMIFUGE vwuw r m WHITES PRRAU In 1806 Competition in tbe magazine fiold 000 U Tutts Liver Pills - PryHHHy zo f tan mv b or Bala by A K FUhor rZZZSJ m0i as hh - LU an Wtrm RimmIIis k jk Ammw t- - w v rv Trrim - OloveportKy Loul Cf gggs feiv aaajAv Ji -- z xvnjuitii ffT rfU sli rmi jwifiMMii iM m - fan iM itSMm aiMSgiaBiiiiMiiMnSiSiarSSmsrMtraltMsmSMraMSMllMllBSliinmnrtMMffsniM i r jp ii MWlWU iihn w iMfiiiiur nmpjppn t ifmiwj j w Breckenridge WEDNESDAY News 11 1890 JAN to J Local Brevities Tbo roads aro getting woro Duslnesa continues to improve Tobacco is coining In quite rapidly Win Hall Jr of Webster is in tlie city The beautiful snow is now named mud Minn Florence Louis spent Knuday at Hardinsburg K Murphy of Owensboro was in the city Saturday Miss Mauilo Dellaven went to Holts to visit Monday The grip still maintains its hold on the community Mr Goerlng Jr of Hawesville was in the city last week H V Harris was in Louisville Satur- Â¬ day on business Mrs Thomas McCool is confined to her home with the grip Jes3o Weatherholt of near Skillman wax in tlio city Sunday Frank Fayno was in Hardinsburg Wednesday on business Mrs Everett Oockerlll of Toblnsport is quite Bick with the grip W S Robbins and wife of Horace Ind were in town Saturday Mies Pearl Mays of AVebster is visiting her sister Mrs A Skillmau Misses Ella May and Anna May were laid up with the grip last week Mrs Charles Mason of Victoria was in town Sunday vis ting friends Â¬ over from Hardinsburg Monday to do omo surveying on the Brcckonridgo Gannol Goat Companys property at Victoria The Spring term of Brandenburg Nor Â¬ mal opens January 31 18H Students may enter at any time Mrs O E Llghtoot has returned from a visit with relatives at Sorgho She Is much improved in health Mrs Amanda Graham and daughter Mrs J E Graham went to Louisville Sunday to visit relatives on their r turn they will stop off at Ekron where they will b tho guests of Mr and Mrs P P Archoy Mrs David VaiiAlstluo and children havo gone to lHiisvllle whero their household ellents wnro shipped yester day Mrs VnnAlfitlnn will remain in In Lnnisvlllo until her husband Is per manuully located at St Paul Minn F T Heyser of this city was at Leitch field last week looking after bin incur anco and incidoutnlly drumming uphuti He huc ness for his fan mill factory ceeded in bagging a number of orders that will keep him usy for HomotiniH tho large St Bernard kg Griff owned by A It Fisher is inlslr g It Is said that ho was taken to OwniBboro and in making Ills way back was seen nt As ho is a great favorite Hawesville Mr Fisher and the members of Ms fami Â¬ ly are anxious to hear from it VOICE OP RUA10R Is Busy Nominating the New Master Mechanic THE LATEST Gov MacCorkles STORY Endorsement Of How r WISE PEOPLE 1 It is not yet known who tho new mas ter mechanic will bo but it Is freoly dicted that conductor David Plunk Bucceed Mr Van Alstino Â¬ pre- Â¬ will Mr Plank has had previous experi Â¬ Before he Identified himself ence with the Henderson Route he was superintendent of tho West Nashville Suburban road Mr Plank Is one of the He Ib most popular men on the road genth manly coubcIimiIIoih and pot Besses executive ability Ills host of friends hopi that he will bo placed in rhnrgii of the shops hcrti The yoice f rumor Iiiih nlso been busy with tho name of Oluiliti Climuber Ulu ami It says that hit will he the mat tor mechanic nothing can be heard from luadqnarters however as to who the man will bo and tho public hai to con Â¬ tent itself with cotij ctur The Kingdom of Pinch ceo Was Named lion W A MaoCorkle Ex Oot of Weil Vlrglnln kli hU name to tho lone Hit a Uo of Htateimen benefited tij aa a ca Â¬ heartily recommend tarrh remedy and tonlo le-ro-nFe-rn- -n It Resulted From the Defeat of Sorapper Holland Dr Bulls Cough Syrup that marv- Â¬ elous meJIclne lor throat ami lung troubli s infnl breathing and quickly relieves anil cured the dangerous sounding cough Indicative of convert Â¬ ed lurgt No other remedy l Its equal RAILROAD TALK Two Communities Hustling for St L Extension L H e By reason of tho death of William Beavin the saloon formerly owned by him lias passed into the hands of Felix Elder Mr Elder has been located in Ruseollvlllo for some months but h likes Gloverport so well that ho has de Â¬ termined to make this his future home Lewellyn N Birchfiold of Rlziboth town who was the military appointee to West Point from this district will gradu ate this year Congressman Smith has not named his candidate to the Military Academy yet and if thore is a Â¬ was in Breckenridge boy who seeks the opporWaldo Simons of Tobiusport tunity he had better gjt a hustle on him Gannelton Thursday on business self now A big rise is promised The river is Additional local nows on second page already at n splendid boating Btegi Merchants report collections to be THE PLUM much easier and money more plentiful Â¬ St L railroad is tho That the L II best on earth is evidenced by the fact that tho people of two of the liest counties in the state me worling linrd to induce it to extend its lines so as to pen etrate their bordem The people at Hartford in Ohio county at a recent railroad meeting took steps to raise a cash bonus of 15000 to be used for the purpose of grading tho Â¬ Â¬ f t jr Sir Attorney Scott MorrisoD Owensboro was in the city Monday on it gal busi- Â¬ ness Orville Gregory still continues tertous ly ill A change for the better is hoped for Victor Bowmer went to Louisville last Friday where he will remain for some does to Hardin County ants from Contest says Â¬ A diepatch Washington Representative Smith will call at the War Department tomorrow aud recom mend R E Owsley of Hardin county time Dr W 0 Milner of Patosyille went to Stephensport Thursday to visit relatives Mrs Sam May of Hardinsburg was the guest of Mru Thomas Lewis last week A movement is on foot in Hawesville to raise the saloon license from 350 to 1000 Mrp A Y Ford Louisville was the guest of Mr and Mrs Julius Nolte last week Miss Ella Fopham is visiting her grandmother Mrs Delphiua Popham at Louisville Kev Father Drury is the guest of his nephew Rev Father Bray at St Roses Parsonage Ribbera for all ages Bizes and sexes at Sulzers They protect the feet and save doctor bills Postmaster Jonas Wilson who has been confined to his home by sickness is able to be up Miss Nellie Burks who has been visit- Â¬ ing at Frankfort returned to her home at Addison Monday Joe Tom Mattlngly came down from Irvington Sunday and spent the day with bis parents W H Bowmer and A B Skillman went to Irvington Wednesday to attend the Farmers Institute Mr and Mrs Marion Weatherholt vis- Â¬ ited Mr Weatherholts father near Skillman Saturday J T Daniels has moved from Lewis port to this city and will make Glover port his future home Use Rose Glycerine Jelly for chapped hands face and lipa Excellent to use alter shaving Sulzers Dr Adkisson has been confined to his room during the past few days by a savere attack of lumbago Wet weather cau be really enjoyed if All slz s all you have a mackintosh styles all prices at Sulzurs James M Yeamans a rising young lawyer of Henderson was in the city Sunday calling on friends James B Pace Jr has been suffering with the grip He has so far recovered that he is able to be about his business Misses Minnie and Alliene Murray returned Wednesday eyenlng from a weeks visit with Miss ilice Dlxoa at Honder son The severe cold weather of the past few days has caused the indfgentfatnilies in town to appeal to the mayor for assistance The local tobacco factories are work ing from 0 oclock a m to 0 oclock p m They were never so busy than they are at Â¬ Â¬ fe ift- t- - r K y H A iM There will bo a big revival meeting at tbo Methodist church iu the near future It is to start on the second Sunday of At His Exclusive Furnishing Store at February and the conductors speaking metaphorically promise to turnthe town upside down Rev Bighnm of Hardiusburg who is That man will stand inspection and will find noted for his eloquence aud for his evan Â¬ favor in the girls eyes gelical worK will havo chargo of the Beginning the Year meeting It will be the most vigorous religious With pure rich healthy blood which MORAL BUY YOUR OUTFIT OF campaign that has ever been wag id in may be had by taking Hoods Sarsapa of this city and much interest will be Two Cloverport Boys Will See The rilla you will not need to fear attacks pneumonia bronchitis fevers colds or aroused Philllpincs tho grip A few bottles of this great ton- Â¬ Coughs and colds come uninvited but ic and blood purifier taken now will be Â¬ TABLERS BUCKEYE PILE OINTThe Twentieth Infantry regular army your best protection against spring hu- Â¬ you can quickly get rid of them with a MENT is the only remedy for blind has been ordered from Fort Leavenworth HORE mors boils eruptions that tired feeling few dotes of BALLARDS bleeding or protruding piles indorsed Kansap to Manila It will leave on the and serious illness to which a weak and HOUND SYRUP Price 2o and CO cents by physicians cures the most obstinate eleventh and will go by way of SanFran debilitated system is especially liable in cases Price 50 cents in bottles Tubes cisco early spring Hoods Sareaparilla eradi Â¬ A R Fisher 75 cents Bill Fnrber of this city is a member cates from the blood all tcrolula taints of this regiment tones and strengthens the stomach cures Will Retire Eugene Carter of th regular army dyspepsia rheumatism catarrh aud David Duncan who has been conduct has received word that he Ib to bo dis- Â¬ every ailment caused or promoted by ing tho Meade Couuty Messenger for charged from service on account of dis- Â¬ impure or depleted blood some time past will on Wednesday ability His brother Charley will go to FOR SALE STRAWBERRY PLANTS sever his connection with that paper tho Phillipines with the 4th Regulars LOWER RATE Mr OBryan tho owner of thejnewspaper Strawberry plants twenty differ which have been ordered from Fort Sher Â¬ 17OK SAlK O W Write for prices varieties plant will tako chargi and conduct the idan to Manila WINCIIKIL Tobinsport lnd paper himself in future Mr OBryan Interest has Been Reduced on Bonded LOST DOG Another Good Man Gone Wrong Indebtedness was formerly in the internal revenue Large short lialred St Ilemard with Ho failed to use FoleyB Kidney Cure Mr Duncan since he took service LOUT colored fore feet nmwers to name of Unff Address any information in regard to him A R Fisher charga of the Messenger improved the for his kidney complaint A called meeting of the Fiscal Court to A R KlSHKIt Cloveiport paper wonderfully and it is now oue of Cloverport R A Shollman Stephens Tho undorsigned as assignee of J B Whitworth will sell at cash will tako place at Hardinsburg today to LOST FANCY WORK the handsomest country weeklies in the port E A Witt Hardiusburg consider a proposition to fund the rail- Â¬ state He does not know where he will road bonded indebtedness of tho taxed LOST On the road between John Louis Henrys and below cost a Btock of goods at Garfield on my home a bundle of fancy work locate but the Nkws wishes him every Harned Carrlco district It will be remembered that R inioni the articles was an unfinished real lace Ketnrn handkerchief and a piir of scissurs success in any future undertaking James II Harned a prosperous farmer N Millar was appointed a commissioner MltS ANNIt W IIKKNDON IrvinBton Ky to at Big Spring and Miss Fronie Carrlco to fund the bonded indebtedness at a 5 Mali Waa Burned of Louisellle were married at the home lower rate of interest He has succeeded WANTED MINERS mail on the west of tho bridos parents in Louisville on and it is thought that he will make a The newspaper Thiity or forty miners immediately WANTED at the FALCON MINLS Adair FOR CASH in hand Dry Goods Notions and Groceries bound late train Friday night in some Friday night The News wishes tbo satisfactory report to the court No trouble Ky M It Hnrlnht Manager way was precipitated against the hot bride and groom a long and happy mar Â¬ Dangerously HI Â¬ stove in the combination mail and ex ried life FARM FOR SALE Charles Llahen the butcher has been press car and ere exprees messenger offered for sale at the Cour will Munson was aware of it caught fire in a precarious condition for several milUltK Door be lhirdlniburg Ky on the fourth JL lloute in 1S90 a tract of days A week or two ago he was seized Monday In JanuaryWm McOary farm land of 340 None of the mall was badly damaged near Kirk acres known as the with the grip and before he had entirely Ky on a credit ot six twelve and eighteen months however as the fire was extinguished be sold by order ol Court recovered ho exposed himself to the To before it made much headway It was IIAltNEb it KINCIIKIOK Attorneys for Plaintiffs mostly destined for Owonsboro severe weather and suffered a relapso I alarming that it His condition was so Commissioners Notice To Curo Constipation Forever was reported several times that he wen Decause it is placed here by the Tuko Cuscarets Cundv Catuartio lOoiorZSo Hhkckenkidoe Circuit Count dying but later reports are to tho effect MARY A It Q O 0 fall to euro druggists refund money JOHUON fix Just romorabor that all your NEW Y0RK DENTAL PARLORS is getting better It is thought Ilalntlffs that he strength must oomo from your A Good Showing W I WV for the benefit of the public that they may kuow that he will recover you ovor think of c food Did ELIZABETH 1IEAUCHAMP ilendants J where to go to get the best deutal work nt the very thatP J The Bank of Lewiaport statemont is Pm htmn vnnr musaloa need Dwelling Burned NOTICK IN KQUITV lowest price good showing a The deposits aro I moro strongtn or your norvoa fc TEETH Notlie Is hereby given 10 all persons having The dwelling house occupied by Tom claims ogalnst the cute of Willis O Jordon deÂ¬ We extract teetb 25 cents without pain steadily increasing and tho regular I or porhaps your atomaoh is present jfHiSiisHP WlTHOllfPLATES -proven to the Allen at Germantown was destroyed by ceased to present the same properly lreckenrdle make n good set 01 artificial teciu tor 4 per cent dividend woak and cannot dlgost what is declared undrrslgned Commlnio er of the iw Miss Gussie Wilson of Gorydou Hen Â¬ you eat firo last Friday night Tho llamea had Circuit Court at his othce in Hardinsburg Ky This splendid showing is duo to 75 Teeth filed with old and platinum alloy derson county who has been the guest on or before the yth day of Iebruary 1899 If you noed moro strongth gained such headway that ueither tho the consarvative character of tho direc- Â¬ 50 Teeth filled with amalgam otn isn This January tlion toko of Rev T V Joiner aud wife returned uua HltOWN C II C C Y building nnr contents could be saved and tory of this institution and to the fine Ij SffcJSS2SBBBBBBJSV 100 mMlilLh I Teeth filled with pure told home Saturday and up they were a tctal loss abilities of Cashier Hen Poindexter Notice Miss Sarah Ballraan housekeeper for A guarantee given with every filling We have been established in Louisville for over ten All persons indebted to J II Wbltworlh by note Nehaua at Flaherty was In the Father Going to Florida To insure a happy new year keep the or account ire hereby notified to come lorward years Can give reference from beat professional and business men In the city Remember the once or colltclon will be enforced by city last week the guest of her sister liver clear aud the body vigorous by and settle at Mrs William Vest accompanied by Louisville Ky Fourth New York Dental V U llAllllAOrS Assignee law Mrs Nace Lewls Hypo using Do Witts Little Early Risers tho place 513 Our her son Eugono will start for Palm Make but of Ood Iiivor Oil with iw J fk crown no mistake workget In the right plates Is the best system of miking gold or teeth without and bridge known to the profession kit J m Ladies always enjoy bargains that are Beach Florida east coast tomorrow Administrators Notice famous little pills for constipation and phoaphltos Tho oil la tbo most Ycople from abroad can come in the morntngond wear their new teeth home same day f All persons having claims agamit the citato of bargains You will And bargains on our Mrs Vest and son will join a party of foodo into oonlly ohangod of all llvor troubles Short Haynes John Atklrson deceased will please present tame ntrongth and tho liypophos- remnant counters Gall and inspept twelve Owensboro people aud will make to ma In Mardlntburg Ky Iinperly proven on or before Marh tit itS All persons indebted to pimoa aro mo oos Badly Burned them--Sulz- ers the trip with them to tho land of flowers said estate wilt settle same at once tonics for the norvoa C Y CASHMAN AdnVr of John Atklmon anakea to be crawling aroucd but the HAWESVILLE WHISKEY was summoned to Mrs John Dellaven The cold weather has caused coal piles aud sunshine She and her sou will bo SCOTTS HMUL- little boys ol Edwin Uraahear killed one BION is tho oosiont Falls of Rough Monday to be at the to suffer and soma of the colored brother- - gono about six weeks in tho edge ot town on the coldest day Stray Notice and qulokoot euro for Ouratnlngp bedside of her mother Mrs en have not been particular as to whose Is Fully as Bid and Mean as It Is Reputed It waa about three feet long and wu Taken up as a stray by D T Powel living near woak throats for Appointed Magistrate crossing the road in an unconcerned who was severely burned Sunday The Sinking Creek on llrHadenburK read in llncken fuel they have attacked To Be coughs of ovoryklnd on November 1898 ridge nunnor wbon the smsM boys remem cause of the accident and the extent of pne tedcountywhite the l6ih dy of unmarked about for all oases of do and Davis Johnson has been appointed Miss Bcttie Taylor of Roaetta who ipoitnd cow and bered what ought to be done sustained by Mrs Oummlngs ten years old and which I have appraised at the blllty woak norvoa the injuries lias been visiting friends and relatives in magistrate in the Bewleyville district to value of eighteen dollars Tbo following waa clipped from the and loss pf floak cannot be tanined Wlrws my hand this soth day of Novrmber the city went to Hardinsburg Tuesday fill the vacancy wada by the resignation Ilaweavllle Clarion and ehowa the brand Sssnth i a and f iooi ill dmrtliti of Blon Jolly Mr Johnson is a fine for Flftjr Ceuti where the is the guest of V Q Babbajc 1 A Copy OOWNE CheroUU NtvYoik SCOTT that Clarence drinks aUjrutar Gutrtnteed tobacco habit cure tuUes weals By Attyt 1OWEN CUNNINGHAM IICC 8uryeyorvcame citizen and will make a lint claw ofllcal OnlnU Royalty county HOOK D C or Ourhrtmu week waa mighty cold for CLINT iUodz blood pure Wo W All druKirUU for tho vacant West Point cadetship from the Fourth district J W Crad dock of Halt county will be n com Â¬ mended for alternate Tnis is done in accordance with the examination held in December under the supervision of Profs John B Pirtle of Hodgenville and A C Burton of Brandenburg There has been some complaint over the dolay in announcing tho result of this examination Owing to the illness of Prof Pirtle the papers were not sent Mr Smith until January 3 and then in Â¬ stead of being directed to AVashington were sent to Hodgenville and have just been forwarded There were twenty candidates for the position nearly every county in the district being represented among the contestants The first five with their averages as certified to by Profs Pirtle and Burton are as follows R E Owsley Hardin county 89 per cent J W Groddock Hart county 85 3 7 per cent J 0 Montgomery Hardin county 84 4 7 per cent 0 M Smith Hardin county 84 1 7 per cent Thomas Robertson Hardin county 81 5 7 per cent proposed road from Fordaville to Hart- Â¬ ford The citlzjiiH of the latter town express a willlngueFs to have railroad bonds issued iu order to raise a larger subsidy of necessary At Uniontovtii in Union county Mayor Orabb lias succeeded iu arohsing tho people thtro to the necessity of ob taining better railroad facilities and the result is that the people are taking steps to secure a new road Tue favorite idea is to dedicate a right of way from Henderson to Uuiontown to A cash bouus the Henderson Route and bonds are also proposed The people of Uniontown are eagjr to St secure the extension of tho L H L railroad because they believe it to be the roost liberal railroad corporation in Kentucky Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that can not bo cured by Halls Catarrh Cure CO Props Toledo O F J CHENEY We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last fifteen years and be- Â¬ lieve bim perfectly honorable in all bus- Â¬ iness transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm West Truax Wholesale DruggiBt Tole- Â¬ Walding Kinnan Marvin do 0 Wholesale Druggists Toledo Ohio Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internal- Â¬ ly acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Price Sold by all Druggists 75c per bottle Testimonials free QO TO flANILA Tho Courier Journal in last Sundays Issue contained the following Some twelve milts back of liawesvllli Ky and where tho county lines of Han- Â¬ cock and Breckenridge conjoin lies the neighborhood of Plncheco The princi Â¬ pal product of Plncheco whose fame ex tends throughout the State is pugillstp variety Should of the they shin dig you attend a dance call it in Plncheco and escape being shot cut or knocked on the head you liny well claim that the days of miracles are still in full blast and if you were present at ono of the old time wood chopping and failed to see some oue receive o broken nose before tlte festivities ended you might well have abundant reason for kicking against not having had a run for your money So unsavory is the reputation of the neighborhood that you are told by its citizens when inquiring as to its location though you may be right in the heart of it that it Is Of court e a mile or two furdar ou tbore are a number of good citizens liv- Â¬ ing inlinclieco diamonds in the rough as it were but the polishing process to qualities bring out the scintillating would however be attended with the polishers scalp lock As tho readers of the Courier Journal may be Interested in the peculiar name of the neighborhood whoso famu I hum bly seek to immortalizo in prosaic print I will give its origin A number of years ago there liyed in Hancock county a true man and brave He possessed un Â¬ named Mart Holland bounded confidence in his ability as a fighter of the knock down drag out or- Â¬ der Next to a nip of maroon colored liquor Holland loved nothing better titan a fistic mix up When tanked up on eeched for a booze he just simply fight It so fell out that Holland made a trip As the boat to the coast on a ilitboat bated languidly on tho broad bosom of the murky Mississippi a happy inspira- Â¬ tion came to him He would utilize tho golden opportunities of the voyaga and as a Bide line to tho dollais he carried home he would also carry a few scalp locks as fruits of his prowess in sunny Southland The first man Holland went up against was a little weaz in faced fellow at Point Chicot pronounced Pon she co by tho natives who was a tough little rat Holland did not collect his thoughts for He never a week after this encounter did collect all the remnants of his head He always thought that he fell into the kennel of a b jlldog or the lair of a tiger His He was permanently stupified companions greatly enjoyed his discom- Â¬ fiture and gave to thd neighborhood from which Holland came the name of Pincheco Point Chicot rough-and-tumbÂ¬ Â¬ Are the Kind We Have For Customers Hon W A MAcConaxK Ex Gor of Weit Virginia CnAitLESTOtf Pe-ru-n- a V Va March 0 1808 Medicine Co Columbus O tonic is certainly unexcelled and in n number of cases that havo como under my observation whero it has been used for catarrh or any diseaso which has its origin in that malady it has been a has my of great benefit Gentlemen Your a as a ID hearty recommendation both as a tonk and catarrh remedy W A MacCORKLF is a permanent and scier title curo for catarrh It is purelt Po-ru-Pe-iu-- aro wiso you will not neglect tho rare bargains wo aro offering in all departments of our store this week The mid Â¬ winter sale is going on and tho reduced prices marked on heavy weight winter goods aro moving them fast If you como early you can secure some of tho choice bargains that are left There aro twelve weeks of cold snowy blustery wet weather yet to bo experienced beforo winter is over and for your healths sake you cannot dress too warmly On account of tho season being so far advanced we have cut down the price on all winter goods so that you havo no reasonablo excuso to postpone buying Do you want a Cape Jacket Gloves Heavy Dress Goods or articles of that class cheap Then a word to the wise is sufficient If you vegetablo and works in harmony witl nature All druggists sell it Ask any druggist for a freo Almanac for the year 1891 HIS BACK HURT A CALL AT Locomotive Overturns on Engineer Lawson An accident in the Henderson yards delayed nil east bound trains Sunday The accident was caused by a misplaced swltcn The engine in charge of engi- Â¬ neer Lawson in eutering the yards at fair speed struck the switch aud was overturned The rest of the engino crew escaped unhurt but Engineer Lawson was severely injured about the back It is not thought that his injuries are of a painful nature The engine was pulling the cannon ball through train Coughing injures aud inflames soro lungs One Minute Cough Cure loosens the cold allays coughing and heals quickly The best cougli curo for chil- Â¬ Haynes dren Short BIQ MEETINQ SULZERS s When a Girl Looks a Man Over sizes him up from head to foot If ho wears a nobby hat an collar a tasty necktie a nice shirt a hand- Â¬ some suit of clothes a neat pair of shoes tho kind sold k- CHE - up-to-d- ato riethodlsts Will Fight Old Satan to the Last Ditch C SMITH Fordsville by4- - 4ll O SMITH FORDSVILLE KY WANTS Bargains Bargains ASSIGNEES SALE Saturday January 14th 1899 V G B ABB AGE Arc You s Easily Tired t IIIS SI1L1 in MS mum iilIIVf I fl EMULSION SCOTTS Parlors 542 St J JS i iiMmm4tHWMmiMtw na aymz ymiMmmhmmtft tstnalMMssj MMMiMIBBfMBBlllMWMaMWBWPWWWWHWBWWWlli iii4 4wwy i wwn wpi n pi n - - - - - - 4 V ji Wretched i 5 NicoHno Clothing 289 400 8 to to 350 750 1250 FinolTnilor Mndo Extra fine Tailor Made fancy eilk and satin linings IE Barley and dark la largo but la not R re cord breaker The BurlAr crop has been badly damaged bnt the dark is the fin Â¬ est crown in fifteen years and commands Could Not Eat or Sloop good prices Tho market promises to bo better after tho holidays Nowadays tho advice breed only lo good stallions is easier to give than to follow Good stallions of various types are not foudd in every townsHp or even in every county in fact they are scarce Last week the writer hoard two farmers Inquiring for a good coach stallion and one of them was about to ship a mare 75 miles to bo bred because ho could not And what be wanted closer home This state of affairs will prevail again next Spring and many mares will bo bred to inferior stallions simply because of the iV LTRTtRR troublo and expense of getting a real Stockton N YJune 28 1894 good one There is room for many moro Dr M M Fhnnbr Frcdonia N Y good useful stallions in this country Dear Sir About a years ago I be right now They should be in the places came bilious sallow dyspeptic and my occupied by the grades the mongrels system was generally run down Lost the unsound and the undersized appetite and flesh Could not eat or Dont luliarro Slt mil Kinoke Vur I lie Auj sleep well and had palpitation of the To quit toliacco oaslljr and foiocr l mag In fact I was so wretched and un- tietlc full of life nervo and vigor tnlto heart nerved that on several occasions my ac tho wonder worker thnt makes nealc men All druggists Wo or Cure guaran friends thought I would not live till strong llooltlet and emnplo II free Address teed Sterling Itemed Co Chicago or Now York morning Two bottles of your Blood and Liver Remedy and Nerve Tonic produced a complete cure ANNALS OF THE YELLOW LAKE NEWS OF THE WEEK Uncle Frank Rhodes Is very much in disposed this week Fred McDonald of Hondorson is spending n few dujB with friends and re latives hero Mr Matt Jarber will still continue the business at the old stand slnco the diadi of Ida brother Mr Chas Jarbor Miss Mnggio Wheatley and Mr Jim Mattlngly of Kirk spent n few days with Miss Maggie Rhodes lost week Charlie Sheeran was down last Mon Â¬ day extending his cordial invitations to his friends here to attond the hop at his home Monday night at Kirk Misses Minnie and Sue Rhodes Messrs Joe and Dolph Rhodes roturned last Monday from a very pleasant vibit at their uncles Mr Tom Rhodes of Grayson county A delightful hop was given in their honor Tho girls say the Gray- Â¬ son boys aro very nice but they think a whole heap of the Brcckenridgo boys Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ti n w4 Smallpox has broken out among the Indiana troops at Havana Calvin 8 Brief late Senator from Ohio left a fortune of r00000 A new electrlo trmt has been formed It starts of with 25000000 car ltal V sp a Representative White of North Carolina la tho only negro in congress Â¬ An txplosion of cartridges killed three porsonsat Matanzis Cuba Monday Judgo Hobson in the Court of Appeals has upheld the habitual criminal act Five hundred Dervishes wero killed in a battle by Anglo Egyptian troops re- Â¬ cently Lord Salisbury has promised Englands co operation with Russia in the general disarmament plan Colonel W J Bryan in a speech at Cincinnati Friday night Bald Bilver will be the issue in 1000 Ten Spanish priests who escaped from WW Â¬ yet The sleet that fell last night preterits a beautiful winter scene this morning How solemnly grand Is winters beauties but alao how dreary to tho shut ins who must perform the same routine of house Â¬ hold duties each day and listen to the merciless wind walling without while the weary clock goes on It is with tender sympathy to the be- Â¬ reaved family and kind rememberauce of a former schoolmate that I communi- Â¬ cate the death of Mr Charli- - Jarb r which occurred at his homeatMcDaniels Jan 2 1899 after a lingering illness of consumption Mr Jarber was well known throughout the county being in mercantile business here for a number of years of the firm Jarber Bros and was well bellked as a merchant and citizen His health has been failing for several years but as he possessed a remarkable share of ambition and industry he kept his place at the store up until a few montliB past when tils strength gave away and he had to yield to his victor and meekly await by his fireside the summons that ho knew would Boon call him to his eternal destiny He took caro to arrange all his business satisfac- Â¬ tory providing for his family when he should be no more then seemed willing to submit to the will of God He leaves a wife and three bright little children who will sadly miss a husbands love and fathers protection but Ono aboye who doeth all things well will not forget them in their trying hours of bereavment The funeral was conducted by Bro Waggener and took place from tho Bap tist church his remains were gontly plac- Â¬ ed in Pleasant Hill cemetery there to await the resurrection morn The worst after effects of Influenza arise from deranged functions of the liver Clear the blood at once with HER BINE for it will strengthen the liver to withdraw from circulation the biliary poisons Price 50 cents A R Fisher OFFICE SANITARIUM No-To- Â¬ -- A to DRUGGIST WITT e COUNTRY AND TOWN r head G HardlnBburg Kentucky Com- the insurgents in the Phillipines landed in SanFrancisco Friday - said the fottd mother to her Major General Ludlow has deprived little boy leave your play now let me Spaniards and Cubans of 40000 rifles wash and comb you nicely for papa will they had in private possession soon be home Mamma said the little boy fretfully Richard Croker the New York pol- Â¬ I wish my hair was like Dr Simons itician says the silver issue 1b dead He he dont have to comb ic declares in favor of expansion was opentd January 1894 It irMLJiANA was built for the purpose and no trouble or expense was spared to make it complete No institution in the coun- Â¬ try is more thoroughly equipped for care of surgical diseases and diseases of women A full corps of trained nurses constantly in attendance The institution was erected by Drs A M Owen and Edwin Walker Dr Owen having died it will be conducted by Dr Walker assisted by Dr John E Owen The same high standard of the past will be fully maintained All correspondence should be addressed to Dr Edwin Walker THE SANITARIUM EVANS VI ULE t fv FARM AND STOCK Ls 3 G B Johnson sold to B Anderson head of lone yearling cattle for M I The Weekly St Louis Globe Democrat A Great Semi Weekly Paper Republican In Politics O the 1200 mules Bent to Cuba only 28 have died The U S uses 200000000 pounds of tobacco a year or 43 ounces per capita 15 per Georgetown Times Son sold to T Rice White twenty fiye UOo lb feeders at 4 cents Richmond Register Cognr Davis of Nicholasville have bought in Central Kentucky 10000 bar- Â¬ Extra nice Jackets in Astricans Beaver cloth strictly tailor made 50 deliver- Â¬ rels of corn at from 125 ed The corn will probably bo shipped to Newport News for exportation The earlier broilers are on the market Strictly Tailor Made Broad Cloth tho higher price they command The and Cheviot Jackets incubator is an established institution of the farm and if one is to be operated this it is about time to be dusting it up and putting oil in the lamp Not a half a dozen crops of tobacco have been sold in Robertson county yet Co Geo Yeakcl The buyers are not offering over five cents per pound and the farmers want more The Assessors books shows Rob- Â¬ Brandenburg Ky ertson countys yield this year to be over 2000000 pounds SW G G and J 0 Hamilton of Edge wood farm in Bath county are the largest tobacco growers in Kentucky Assisted by 100 tenants they cultivated Eddie was standing in the yard at his 400 acreB of the weed and produced an home near Irvington last fall his mam- Â¬ ayerage of 1000 pouudsof Hurley tobacco A to the acre making in the aggregate COO ma watching him from the porch bright butterfly Hew low down Eddie hogsheads ran to catch it just as he got near it the The court of appeals has decided that butterfly Hew over the fence Eddie A fence built as the dividing line by turned and saw his mamma laughing at parties owning adjoining tracts of land his disappointment Quickly picking up and so maintained b them for forty a small feather off the ground he said years or more must be regarded in law 1 could not catch him but I pulled a as establishing such line notwithstand feather out of his tail Co ing it may not agree with the calls of the OANNELTON IND deeds of the owners Councilman Bob Pierce has a promis Â¬ Messrs C W Porter and Chas B ing three ear old youngster named j Smith made a big sale of tattle to J W Freddie who has a reputation for giving Bales of Richmond Ky yesterday after- Â¬ expression to his Jeelings in a yery orig- Â¬ noon Bays the Park City Times of De Â¬ inal manner cember 22 They sold 121 head that The other day he ate too much cake averaged 1400 pounds For thiB num- Â¬ and Christmas goodies and running ber of cattle they received a check for to his father he said 58525 These cattle were shipped di- Â¬ Papa dive me a pill Ive dot a rect to New York City and will be billed headache in my tummick v j uaafltassasaf l 1 I lt from there to Liverpool at once This is 4 Most fascinating Inven tion of the nje Alw a s one of the largest and nicest lots of cattle I wish I was twius said a little ready to entertain It that was ever shipped front this country Hardinsburg boy to his mother miuiris no6llll toorier ate it ami ivj rrxluee tho to Enuland Why asked she music nt Imiids orehes tnu Micallts tirlristru The Light Brahma is an excellent fowl I would send one half of me to ntnlMilolMK mi TIiltuI to breed where one is wanted which Bchool and go skating with this half nothing like it for an eicuiiiRa enttrtalnuiunr Other to cullcd tiilklntc machines reproduce only records o subjects bclally will not forage all oyer the place scratch lirejuirol Inn lalxiratory but the Grapliorihono everything inside out and manufacture Emit Nolte is a great wag is not II raited to Mich jfrformancc s On the holes in fences It never tiles and a low nhnihoneyoucan ensilj makennd Instantly He perpetrates all his jokes on John rcprodULO records af the olce or any boumf Phelon Thus it constantly awakens new interest and fence will keep it within definite bounds its charm Is ever fresh 11m reproductions we In feeding the large Asiatic strains par John said he the other day what clear and brilliant ticular care must be given to cast their is the cause of daybreak GrapliopIiores arc sold lor ioaunpd feed among plenty of straw or Utter in Give it up answered John Manufactured unilirlti raKiila of IlPllTalnti r Killum nml MucitonnM OurminlilliiliinintUlKiid order to make them exercise in finding Night fall of course said Emil aa tiiiurttm orttn twirlil for liUlnjr Maritime aud TalMatfMaitiliMSujiules Wrlto lurcaUUoiuo it In confinement their tendency is to he dodired the billiard ball thrown at be too sluggish him by the tobacconist COLUMBIA PHONOGRAPH GO Dept 30 Apple growers throughout tho Ohio Several loungers at Short valley are jubilant over the prospects for II ay nee 010 Pennsylvania Avenue an immense apple crop next season drugstore were discussing the perpetual Washington D O They say that the early cold snap in motion theory the other day and one New York Paris Chicago November and December prevented the said it was impractical St Louis Philadelphia Why its easy said Geortze Shnrt sap from rising in the trees which in Washington Baltimore Buffalo cold weather during the latter part of ana 1 can prove It by poetry Go on said Henry Stader prove it the winter or early spring freezes and Safety Comfort kills the buds They say that in the or quit your bluffing Well present condition of the trees no amount said Geoiga The duck eti I lie worm of cold weather can tiled next seasons The man eats the duck Louisville and crop of fruit and a large yield is assured The wormian Ihanun Apple buyers are already in the field The duck cats the worm buying the next seasons crop And therbs yonr perpetual motion We have sent abroad approximately Fait Mall Lint Between 42000000 bushels of wheat the past year A well known merchant in this city and the chief features of the reawaken Â¬ was talking about the laziness of some ing market which characterized the ap Â¬ pooplo we see every day Pointing to a New proach of the Year were man who was passing he said BTEAMKUS purchases for the seaboard and export Theres a fellow wttoissolazy that The old world has developed a voracious hes glad hes getting bald G KAGON headed be appotito for maize In corn the record cause it will save him the job of combing W A Bishop Farter F U Ryau Matter is astounding Our exports will reach his hair about 30000000 bushels Tho record TARASCON DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve this week is ahead of the con responding Cure Piles Scalds Burns L T Conner Porter Matter D L Peon seven days last year and the steadily ris Â¬ ing price does not seem to stem the How A baby oays Israel Zuigwlll is a CITY to foreign couotdes The price has ad- Joy to its mother an heir to its father a vanced about two and three eighths cents charge to its nurse a soul to the clergy B II Dal lard Master W B Hewbell Paner and the tendency is still upward Breed- Â¬ man who baptizes it a new biological ers Gazette specimen to the physician a new cus- Â¬ D STAGGS The Courier Journals annual review tomer to the shopkeeper and a nuisance Dally axoept Saturday between Loulirllle of the leaf tobacco market appears in to the neighbors and Hn AnuUrdam FrelcM sblppad by this line dsllrered quick Â¬ Sundays issue Sales have fallen off on er than by rail account of tho half crop of 1807 to Inrilsn will llnd the tteamert arc unsur Â¬ smallest figures since i8 Prices the I are passed In aqalpmant and aooommodatlonr The best eullnarr sir employed as cooks and much lower than last year but the values Por Infanta and Children the saiga U equal to that of the best boUls of the low grades have been well main Â¬ OeneraJ offloes lTo and 178 4th Aveaae The Kind Yeu Havs Always Bught tained so that the returns aro larger LoolsTlle W W DIM D 1 PJtWJrr than might have been expected and the Bears the Pw- Sup Average per hogshead Is ahead of the Signature of Tho sow crop both ol 1807 record QwMuboro Xy J 49c- to 1000 tol 500 250 to 10 to 500 fSl HHunsche The TAILOR J In a jaunt through Indiana a few weeks since the Annalist met Col Rob- Â¬ erts of Washington The latter served under Morgan during the civil war and was an intimate friend of the immortal Col JetrSterrett of Hawesville Jeff Sterrett said Col Roberta was a great favorite of Morgans The chieftain once placed Jeff in charge of a valu- Â¬ able team of mules and told him to guard them as he would the apple of his eye One day Morgan told his orderly to have the mules hitched up The orderly looked high and low for the animals but could not find thpm and bo reported to his commander in arago Morgan sent for Jeff Sterrett and when the latter appeared before him he thundered Jeff where are those mules Lost them General replied Jeff Lost them I angrily exclaimed Morgan How in h did you lose them On a pair of jacks answered the imperturbable Jeff Morgan gazjd at him wrathfully for a moment or two and then unable to repress a miJe said It was a d d good hand to lose on Â¬ 1 Middlesborough Confederate Veterans adopted resolutions against granting pen- Â¬ sions to fx confederate veterans The steamers Ross Shire and The Denguetcklin collided off tho English coast and 21 persons wero drowned The cold weather has been hard on oyster farmers on Puset Sound Wash Â¬ ington Their losses are over 1000000 Lexington saloon men have inaugurat Â¬ ed a boycott agtlnst business men who have tried to stop Sunday liquor selling Governor Mount of Indiana urges that counties be made liable for damages for lyudhiDgs committed within their borders A big boiler burst at Hewitts shipbuilding yard near London England Thursday and eight persons were r Â¬ Price One Dollar per Year SfOO soo Issued In Semi Weekly Sections glgM Pages Kverv Tuesday and Friday blxtern Pages Every Wetk Semi-Wke- As a The Weekly GLOBE DEMOORAT issued In ly sections is almost equal lo a daily at the price of h JNOWSpaper weekly Tho two papers each week give the complete news 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free of chare upon receipt of request Address THE GLOBE PRINTING CO St Louis Mo is without a rival in all the West and stands at the very front among the tew REALLY GREAT Newspapers of the world Daily Including Sunday Dally Without Sunday Sunday Edition One Year - - 0 00 One Year - - 4 01 30 to CO Pages 0 Months - - - 3 00 0 Months - - - 2 00 One Year - - 200 3 Months - 3 Months - 150 150 0Months - - - 100 The DAILY GLOBE DEMOCRAT BY MAIL killed Russell Sage fears that prosperity will make the people of the country extrava gant and warns the country to be con servativecr Â¬ Â¬ bought Will be in Clover port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month Casper May with Â¬ TheG0Pl r5 rfc that Butcher AVoyler the dynamite to blow up the Marvels ot a Graphopbone Malrip and that the deed was done by One of the wonders of the end of the Zacarias firtsnes century is the home Graphopbone that will reproduce any kind of music or any The fastest trip ever made across the sound One can arrange a full program continent was made last week by a mail of the most attractive band orchestral or train that made the journey in 97 hours vocal music and vary it every evening and 57 minutes On the Graphophone one can record the Twenty three members of the Fourth human voice orany sound and reproduce Ohio volunteers were badly hurt at Day it at once You can keep the voices of ton Ohio Thursday night by their your friends to be heard whenever you wish Graphophoncs made for home bunks falling on them entertainment can be bought as low as 10 Write for catalogue 30 to the General Wheeler and ColColson who also have seats in congress will be de- Columbia Piionoohaiii Co No 019 prived of their civil offices by the house Pennsylvania Ave Washington D O Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ It is now charged POSTAGE PREPAID V A BOON TO MANKIND TABLERS BUCKEYE Pe OJ4lL4ilff Sif5lil3S flwf k PILE 4 5 za IJi Jraa - - n 2SalHLUt4lni DR -r 1 i -- Zl ppi iw r- 1 O- f- M 00 If M judiciary committees Â¬ Horrible agony is caused by Piles Charles Pickering a young man who Burns and Skin Diseases These are imresides at Koysburg Logan county was mediately relieved and quickly cured by shot from ambush and killed by an un- Â¬ De Witts Witch Hazel Salvo Beware of worthless imitations Short Hay known assassin Thursday nes Italian miners sent from Chicago to Swedish Mile take the place of striking miners at Pana 111 drew the color lino and re The Swedish mile is the longest milo fustd to work with negros in the world A traveler In Sweden when told that he is only about a mile The grip is causing so many deaths at from a desired point had better hire a Pittsburga that the undertakers are horse for the distance he will have to overworked and livervmen find it diffi Â¬ walk if he chose in his ignorance to cult to provide vehicles for funerals adopt that mode of travel ia exactly Jl 700 yards The Standard Oil Trust which ia on trial before the Supreme Court for viola- Â¬ tion at the anti trust laws has defied the One Minute Cough Cure cures That It what It waj made for court and refuses to produce its books Governor Pingree of Michigan in his recent message give McKinloy a hot roast for his friendship with monopolists He says the truBts are enslaving America Blood stains were found in an appart mentof the Governors palace at Glen fupgoa Cuba It ia thought it was a tor- Â¬ ture room where political prisoners wore put to death Mayor Weaver and Cary Warren with other city and court officials will be sued for damages aggregating 1000000 by victims of the recent pool room raids at Louisville Amos P Goff a wealthy 50 year old farmer who lives near Frankfort baa been sued for 1000 by Ida daughter-in-laShe claims he took oraHpurgeon a lot of kisses without her consent The government is having a goldon sword made which it will present to Admiral Dewey aa a testimonial of the Nation to tho victorious hero of Manila Bay It will be made of 32 karat gold in rnt Ti wnmMm 50 to iimr niiimii n WmK n - UT rWitH8 I I I Ltw UiCit P It f Tm T CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and I EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED tubes by Mail 75 cents bottles 60 Cents JAMES F BALLARD Sole Proprietor - 310 North Main Street ST LOUIS MO For sale by A R Fisher Oloverport Ky V G BABBAGE ATTORNEY AT LAW MONTHLY SUFFERING troubled at monthly interÂ¬ Thousands of women are vals with pains in the head back breasts boulders aides hips and limbs But they need not suffer These pains are symptoms of dangerous derangements that can be corrected The men Â¬ strual function should operate painlessly HARDINSBURG KENTUCKY PREPARED TO PRACTICE CASES IN BANKRUPTCY AND ASSIGNMENTS hi Evan Packet Line Louisville and Evansvill E Over Guidners Store Hardinsburg News Office Oloverport Â¬ tfineofiirfri zuaket menstruation painless and regular It puts the deli Â¬ cate menstrual organ in condi- Â¬ tion to do their work properly And that stops all this pain Why will any woman suffer month after month when Wine ofCardulwlU relieve herr It costs foo at the drug store Why dont you get a bottle For adyice in cases requiring special directions address giv Â¬ ing symptoms The Ladles Advisory Department Tho Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn MZBM IEWIS Txs mwi of MaW waa treukrha at Monthlr Intervale I 4 anaUrrl4te aatM la ear rtlti hste kea wIjIj rttUvM kf fcsck VMM MM F R WILDER 028J Fourth St Louisville Ky J M HARDIN Brandenburg Ky TELL Â¬ HARDIN III IQUIHrTslN WILDER the How to Prevant Pneumonia You are perhaps awaro that pnoumo nia alwajs results from a cold or from an attack of la grippe During the epidem Â¬ ic of la grippe a few yoara ego when bo many cases resulted In pneumonia it was observed that the attack was never followed by that disease when Chamber- Â¬ lains Cough remedy waa used It counteracts any tendenoy of a cold or la grippe Every bottle warranted For sale by A R Fisher Oloyerport R A Shellman Ktepheneport Â¬ P ZDZEHSTTISTS Every Wednesday nnd Thursday after Eourth Monday in Each Month In iniinUlUn CASTOR A Latest appliances used Difficult work pitch aa Bridgoa and Orowna a Hpecialty Good work uuaranteed HlfISM sUmM I r- UfrC03t J- Send 250 to tho Bheckeniudqe News and got a 1500 Biblo and the News free of chargo for one year CIHB43efr4 2 rLJMRfetttaifetiBafeafasMNttL -- jj I AJaatJLkw -- M - - iLft ii u WlLSLjMULimWBMmmii waiaHisiailsissMaiaiiaaaHasHtBaasMaaaBMaiaaBtBMBVBaBMaBattaia wjiis XTEM Jjsiaiii iii I iwwwfa jassptr v - t l - ijajji iaJJvJ MHHUSSSSat a ratu t ai HsffWsiay j ama aim A sssML htpsswfyjunBDfwvtmui ra v1- - irkkwaaft3te 2 - - - - rtJl i- - ft Ji mJssssaLaBL n TflirW 7 SsrjTTTVflTi absent from school this week Sickness NEWS OF THE VICINAGE What Has Transpired in Meade and Breckenridge Counties in the Last Seven Days waa the cause Frank Illnton spent a weok in tho Rock Lick neighborhood There must be some attraction Tho party given by Mr and Mrs Nobo Pato Saturday night was heartily enjoy Â¬ ed by the young people The public school will close Friday We invite all to como oat to tho morn- Â¬ ing exorcises But wo request especial ly the presence of the patrons ea Its a Good Thing No individual no family Bhould bo without tho Holy Scripture as a premium a genuino Oxford BIG SPRING BRANDENBURG The beet place to study music Is in the Brandenburg Normal Miss Ethel King entertained n small party Saturday night The Ladies Aid met at Mia Win Mc Iutyrea Monday afternoon Jim Bondurant went to Morganfield last week with mules and hoiefs for sale Tho Womans Missionary Society will moet with Mrs Geo Caepcike Friday afternoon Mr R H Nevitt is confined to his bed with la grippe which la making Its appearance hero If jou want a State Certificate go to Brandenburg Normal and tako the course prepared for that purpose Misa Ada Brown handles tho new organ at the Baptist church beautifully and is an excellent org mist Miss Jennie Ditto has Bent me a dol- Â¬ lar for the News au h present to her two homes Meade and Breckenridge The teachers of both Sabbath schools will meet at Mrs Geo Worlauds Thurs day night Some of them are taking the Normal S 8 course Beatrice Hanaden is to give us another novel when she will Hie to California to escape criticism She stood severe ones on Ships that Pass in the Ngbt The Rev Mr Duvall who has been called to the Baptist ohurch here preach- Â¬ ed last Sunday I heard him at night and waa much pleased with his good gospel sermon Mr Roland has neither been dlFcharg ed nor has he resigned his government position as gunger but he 1ms been laid off and scarcely expect a re call He is undecided as to his future location and business Mrs D W Lewis has not been well for some time which is a source of great regret to her many friends We mies her socially and especially musically iib Bhe is ouroigtnist with a finely cultivated yoice adapted to leading the choir Miss Maydee Fusey is having a de lightful time in New Albauy Miss Amelia Barth entertained at euchre in her honor last Friday and a dance was given one night in hor honor Maydee la a most attractive lovable girl and ad- Â¬ mired at home and abroad Mr Samuel Burch father of Mrs Dr Burch of this place ditd in Louisville last Thursday at the age of 72 He was buried Saturday from Cathedral of the Assumption on Fifth street Mre Buich was with her father She has much sympathy in her bereavement A 0 Burton has had several tine offers of schools One from Oweusboro Mr Burton will teach here according to agreement for the ensuing spring term when he will be in demand to hold Institutes Come to Brandenburg Nor mal for superior ad van tug 8 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ similes and motanhora but never borders on hyperbole or high flown figures Ho is doii g much good and his influence is felt Mr and Mrs James Bland entertained a few friends and neighbors to a turkey dinner last Friday Mr and Mis Roatid OBryan Dr and Mrs Welle Mr Bus kett MIbs Durbin MIeb Ada Brown and I The day vvab au enjoyable one the dinner par excellence the company genial and merry Mrs Taylor Haynea went to Iaducah last week to see her daughter Mre Gene Guedry who is qulto ill Wo all feel grieved to know dear Llda is ill She is one of our own dear girls married here one short hear ngoso beautiful so bright as a happy bride bhe is in kind loving hands and we pray for a fpeedy recovery The joung people are complaining of dullness in social h flairs I never knew the social calendar more stagnant So few young men is the principal and many we have are mortgaged property At this eearon theie is generally a state of apathy new resolutions turning tho inevitable leaf How many will have fljwn when the roll call is answered for Â¬ has made toloraut in men but r fuses the same privilege to women Women Bet the seal of your condemnation on all that is filthy degrading and wrong tho men will acquiesce HARDINSBURG Judge Milton Bonrd Is on the sick list Milton Coke waa here last Saturday from Ualltown Frank Ten If arrived home last week from Cannada Remember the assignees salo at Gar-Â¬ field next Saturday Miss Bettie Taylor of RoBetta ia visit lug Mrs V G Babbage Richard May baa been quiet sick for the past week with grip Miss Shellman of Stephensport is visiting Gus Shellmana family Mies Nannie Board of Gartlold fa vis- Â¬ iting Mis Judge Milton Board Bud and Charley Hook who heie last week to attend their mother in tier last illness The meeting which has just begun at the City Hall has every indication of be ing a success Edward Tobln and his wife have beon here the past ffeek visiting Ilobdrt Ma tluglys family Miss Annie DeJernett has chaiga of the organ at tho city hall durirg tho le vival services A number c f persons in this town aro complaining with the grip Sevoral aro confined to their homes Brother Davia ia a choir leader as wel as being a good preacher He handles tho singing at the city hall all tight Rev A H Davis preached an inter Â¬ esting seimon at the 11 oclock service Sunday morning at tho M E church The surpervisors of the tax list finished their work last Saturday The raised list this year is much larger than usual Prof Lcgn informs us that his pros- Â¬ pects are good for a large number of scholars at the B N College during the spring term Since Gub Shellman bought that big farm out on the Owensboro road there is no reason for him to complain about the business at the county jail house The supervisors of tho tax list say we dont pay enough taxes Well if they would move over in this district they would probably change their opinion The Bank of Hardinsburg has sent out its statement of business for the half year ending December HI Tho state- Â¬ ment shows that tho business of the in- Â¬ stitution is still on the increaso A few street lamps would be a great boon to tho people of thia town who are compelled to go out after night Tho trusteea whose business it ia to provide them certainly see their importance Frank Haswell informed ua at Clover port the other day that his saddlery busl ness in that town for the month of De- Â¬ cember was unusually good So when a thing has something behind it it will move along There are three tobacco buyers in this town and from the amount of money they are putting out for the weed every fellow ought to have a little money and There is no question some to spare about the improvement in the times A very desirable change has been made in the choir arraugment at the M E church A raised platform beautifully carpeted with an attractive railing has beeti built lately The choir occupys this fceated just in the rear of the pastor Alf Taylor of Rosetta was hero on business one day last week He is buy- Â¬ ing a big lot of tobacco at Rosetta this year If he can make a big lot of mon Â¬ ey on it ho will reinvest it in old Dog Walk and make a town of it what it ought to be Death visited our town last week and claimed another estimable lady Mrs Hooks health had been on tho decliuo for some time and her death was not un- Â¬ The funeral services took expected place at the resldenco last Saturday morning conducted by tho Rev W B Sneed Major Scott usually knows a good thing when it cornea along Speaking of busi- Â¬ This stave ness the other day he said and tie business around here la a great thing for this town The men who work in this timber spend a great deal oi money hern among our merchants It helps our town Â¬ Â¬ 1010 N I George Frymiro has resigned his position as head clerk at H O Woodsons and will go to Danville to engage in business for himself Hia wile will remain with her father Judge J F Woolfolk for sometime Mr and Mrs Frynilre are among our vtry btst most highly sttemed citizens and they will b gttatly niUsed in alt circles businesp social and church But we do extend sincere wishes for success and happi- Â¬ ness Â¬ The Yellow Lake where ia it correspondent had a beautiful letter in our New Year edition of the News His or her ode to the departing year and cordial welcome to the now were touching Tho Â¬ l Falls of Bough with ready pen ascribes much homage to his majesty Kii g Win- Â¬ ter on his throne while Webster comes ulot g to help me on expansion and love one another we of the north and south Bewleyville ia happy she had such a quiet pleasant holiday Dukes is going to fluht a pen duel He has cnoaen his standard now for his seconds The pen is mightier than the sword so we are getting ready for helmets and shields GuBton gives Charley Blanford a g od send off and if Mr Blanford was defeat ed he can feel consoled that he is ahead of Carlisle Wutterson or Bryan in being more explicit on the money question In the estimation of a Meade county man Hatdinsburg will celebrate the advent of 99 by the openiLg of a big revival in which all Christian denominations will join Just as it should be Let all sects consolidate to fight sin The awing all around the circle was for the inaugural of the year and there waa not a thing Btilted about it either but thoroughly enjoyable te Miss Horteuso Miller is visiting in Hawes Valloy Mr Ben ClarkBon Sr was in Louis- Â¬ ville last week Mr Charles Moorman who is sick ia improving slowly Born To the wife of John Richardson a daughter on January 7 Miss Bennle Moorman is visiting her aunt Mrs McKay of Maze Grove Mr Raymond Mendor of Custer at Â¬ tended tho parly here Saturday evening Brother Sam McKay filled the pulpit at tho Methodist church Sunday morn lug Gabe Meador Jr was in Loulsvillo last weok having seme dental work done Miss Olllo May Clarkson will enter Miss Hamptons school in Louisville Tuesday Messrs Allen Irvin Strother and Miss Mabel Stith attended the party Saturday evening Mr Micah Arms aged sixty four years died of pneumonia Saturday alternoon alter a few days illness Mr James Humphrey and Miss Cora Miller of near this place were married Wednesday alternoon Brother Walton conducted quarterly meeting at Custer last Saturday and Sun Â¬ day for Brother Overton Tho post ofilce has been moved from Meade county into Breckcnridg t county to a more suitable building Mr John Hicks of Stith Valley n quite frequent caller in our town was present Saturday evening John Morris returned home Monday from Louisville where he had been yls itinu his brother and sister Mr Gabe Smith and Miss Hunloy of will be married at this neighborhood St Martins Tuesday January 10 Miss Zelma Strother returned home Friday fiom OwenBboro where she baa been visiting for the past two weeks Miss Martin entertained Tuesday eve Â¬ ning and quite a large crowd was pres- Â¬ ent all of whom had an enjoyable time There was an old fashioned pound party at the school house Saturday evening and the young ladies never looked pret- Â¬ BIBLE 52 50 Write for particulars or call and examine tho books IS THE Tho Brcckenridgo Nowb oilers Teachers Biblo and ono years subscription to tho News for Tho Bible is bound in Morocco ha3 Patent Index Concordance has heretofore cost 8500 Maps and Biblo History It The Childs Bible and the Breckenridge News 200 THESE ARE GREAT OFFERS THE BRECKENRTDGE NEWS OLOVERPORT KIT Miss lone Dowden is with her Bister Mrs Gregory whose husbaud is ill We sympathize deeply with Ella Dowden Gregory She has been heroic and true in all relations of life and has had a short happy married life We trust Mr Gregory may Improve speedily WEBSTER La grippe has us Mst l r- Kurtz went to Louisville Friday Mrs L H Adkiseon has an attack of la grippe Brother Leitcbflsld preached on Our public school closed Tuesday the Doubt last Sunday taking his text 10th Inst from 20th chapter of St John 24 to 20 Scott Morton is moving to a farm near The elements of Christianity were plac- Â¬ Hardinsburg ed bofore us and hib atgiments left no There is a great demand for farm niche for doubt to permiate our hands around here mind Brother Leitchfleld UBea choice select language makes use of beautiful II L Kurtz and 0 B English are victims of la grippe Miss Myra Hanks begins a school at John Lyddaus today Wednesday Mlbs Georgie UnBel who bus been visiting Mis Elizabeth Hail left for Louisville Sunday Bro Hesson of Leitchfleld preached A Book for Young and Old here Sunday night in the interest of the iiuclle Home SECURE I OUR Miss Sallie Miller and Miss Bettie NERVOUS RECORD Hook of Hardinsburg visited Mrs Fred Esti 18 78 BLOOD Moorman lost week Taylor Beard the Glover Life Insu Â¬ SKIN 250000 rance man waa In our midst last week DISEASED PRIVATE talking In the interest of insurance MEN Mbss McGary who has been the guest DISEASES CURED of Miss Ada Herndon for several daya returned to her home at Hardinsburg Sunday All our visitors that come for the holi Â¬ days have returned to their homes and you tinned YOUNG MAN llavo fiffnlriBt naturo some of our boys feel lonesome oh bo when itfiioran of th o terrlulo crlrao you lonesome nero committing 111 vou onl v cons filer tho fascinating alluremcut of this oril Mies Elizabeth Hall gaye an elegant When too lato to avoid tho ter habit rible result vrero your eyes oinod to eutertuiumentlast ThuiBday evening in your peril Did you later nn In man Lood contract any lHIVATnorllLOOlJ honor of her guest Miss Georgia Unsel Doyounow disease Weroyoucured of Bardstown and then too lomo alarming symptoms I your preterit con Daro you marry in dltlonV You ktio MKK VATUtiU Temperanco workers should endeavor LIKII BON If married aro you con to get the inusfea to see hat iutoxicauts IiTinarrlngo a stantly living in dread failure with you on nooount of any weak Â¬ are a cutso to them and posterity thus ness caused by early abuse or later or cesses Have you been drugged with convinced they will let it alone mercury booklet will point out to Thi you the remit of these crimen and point Watheu B Henderson one of the out how our NEW M1JTUOU THIJAT Sunday school scholars hence a model MBNT will positively euro you It shown now thouiuinda have been taved by young man who is in the employ of oar NKW fHKATMKNT It urovoi how wo can 1UAKANTKH TO CUHK Col Lafo Green iu a store at Falls of ANY OUUAliliK OABK Oil NO PAY Rough attended church here Sunday We treat and curo KMlSSIONS VAUICOOHLK SYPJIlLlH OLCKT and visited his parents til itVimrii It oi niiwuiuiir imiiiinnui UI UHKT UKA1NH UNWATIUIAIJ A mans life ought to be tquared up by OI1AHUE3 KIDNMVr and liLADDEll uncases the same standard that ia set up for women and the present standard for CURES GUARANTEED women should be advanced as occasion 3 Tbo Wages of bin sent free by will permit It la within the power of a woman to bo a potential factor in a much needed reformation No lady should hesitato a moment to emphati Â¬ cally refuse tho profered attentions of a visitor who indugdd in tobacco pr W FOURTH STREET 122 whisky or gambles or swears or does any OINOINNATI O one of many things that long custom B J TOKlireTCWK3 250000 CURED Â¬ TAR FORK Tod Bates has moved to Jolly Station Frank Ruppert has burned two plant beds t Lata Taul went to Glendeane Friday on business Rupherd Basham of Wst View past here Tuesday Miss Alma Got ia visiting her sister Mrs Nannie Mason Quite a number ara tho victims qf la grippe In this vicinity Frank Burdetten ochool closed Friday with appropriate exercises A few pair of boots and over shoes to close out at cost at J B Rices Joe Beavin baa been making extensive visits to T W Mllborns of late M W Miller and Sopher have opened the spoke buolneta in this vlclrlty the young people report a good time at the drnce giytq by Clint Frank Misa Sallie Weatherford has bees Â¬ pected home in the near future to tto delight of his parents J L Milner Philip Snyder and Burrel Brown were the guests of Misses Lulie and Lizzie Hall Sunday Xmaa came and wont like a pleasant thought and may the new jyear bring joy and sunshine to all Mr J C Tucker has returned to his school at Union Star alter spending tho holidays with his mother Mrs Jane Mingus who died at her home in Grayson county was brought to her fathers old home James Noblette for burial Miss Fronie Jolly who has been visit Â¬ has re- Â¬ ing her cousin near Glendeane Glad to have you with us turned home once again Fronnie M Whltworth waa the guest of Misa Clara Cannon Sunday and waa much pleased to find her convalesent after a aevere nttnet of measles tier Misses Flora and Florence Butler en- Â¬ Miss Emma Carter of between here tertained a few friends Monday night and Custer and Mr Tom Nichols of with their good music and lively games Long Grove wete married Sunday Jan- Â¬ all had a pleasant timo uary 1 Fearing the waste basket I will close Miss Genevieve Cray croft has returned and old Boreas is bothering mu by whist Â¬ to Bethlehem after spending the holi- Â¬ ling so keen seeming to say we will days at home with her father R C have white land tomorrow Craycroft Jack Dyer a dashing young gent was Mr Aired Eskridge of Vine Grove in our vicinity last week calling on somo Co tobacco representing the Bridges of tho young ladies and was tho guest warehouse of Louisville is here solicit- Â¬ of his aunt Mrs John Butler ing trade for that firm The community was much grieved to learn of the death of Cbas Jarboe WEST VIEW To tho wife though it was expected and loved ones wo extend our sympa Â¬ Santa Claus has como and gone since thy our last The ridge will be much improved In Miss Bevio Snyder of Garfield is vislooks by the new buildings being con- Â¬ iting the Misses West structed Monroe Mattingly and M G Miss Burch of Hardinsbuig visited Butlers dwellings and M Whitworths relatives here last week tobacco barn Nearly all of Mr Jamea Cannons fam- Â¬ Bro Wagner will fill his regular ap ily have had the measles pointment tno second Sunday and or Â¬ Mr Friel haa quit sawing for Dean ganize for us a Ladies Foreigi Mission Â¬ Co and will move his mill soon ary society We trust that every one Mr R O Owen has been unwell for will come out and join us it is a worthy several days but ia now improving cause Miss Miuuie Bowman visited her The school at this place which is be Â¬ ing successfully taught by Miss Bettio uncle Sam Bowman Christmas week Let us remember that this is 99 and Hnrned will close soon to the regret of we should form new hopes and resolu- Â¬ her many friends and espicially one black ojed gentleman She will leave imme tions diatly to join her parents at Okla Mrs John Lewis of Hardinsburg vis- Â¬ ited her father Mr George Lewis last STEPHENSPORT week of Oloverport vis Â¬ Mr Roy Mattingly Misa Lena Pay no spent last Friday in ited his uncle Joe L Mattingly last Cloverport shopping week Kyle Adkisson of Gus ton is visiting Mr Charles Bowman of Tar Fork vis family his father Mr L D Adkisson ited Mr William Bowmans Miss Nellie Basham of Shiloh visited Christmas Moorman lately returned from Mrs Chas Watlington last week Henry Mies Blanche Clay Moseley is teaching Porto Rico is visiting relatives at Mill- Â¬ private school at her home on Main a wood Ky m Messrs Phillip Snyder Burrel Brown Btreet Mrs Bettie Napper has returned from and Clint Dyer visited at Mr Wests a visit to her brother Ed Brashear of last week Mr Bennett Logston of Edmonson Hawesvllle Mrs M Blalno contemplates a trip to county waa the guest of Mies Jennie tho Hot Springs Ark She will probably Mattingly Christmas weok Herbert Skillman of Shrewsbury Ky leave next week The young folka were delightfully was circulating among old friends OhrUt entertained at the Dowel house on last mas He went home Thursday Mr Lawrence Sill spent one night in Monday evening Will Blaine of Patesvilio spent sever- Â¬ Forks of Rough during the holidays al davs last week with his parents Mr Anyone can tell you where he waa M Blaine On Monday Jauuary 2 Mr Charles and Mrs Gardner Hawkins has gone to Fords Jatboe died at hla home In McDaniels poor health for some ville to make his home with his daugh Â¬ He had been iu ter Mrs George Sargent time Mr and Mrs Klrby Blaine spent last There were several parties in this neighborhood during Christmas wook Sunday iu Irvington the guests oi Mr and the young people all report a grand and Mrs Chas Redman time Mrs Chas Watlington and little son Miss Nettle Brown who haa been sick have returnod from a visit to her par- Â¬ several days Is improving This ia the ents Capt and Mrs R T Williams oi While there they Ind reason Mr Con Mattingly wears such a Evanavllle made tho round trip to Bowling Green broad smile on her fathers boat the Str Park City Â¬ Â¬ ITS A FACT Â¬ That our Prescription and Drug Depart- ment is conducted on principles that meet with the approval of the best physicians W We Are Leaders In Low Prices in the Notions Depart- ment You can get Dry Goods and all the knick knacks you want in that line at cost In Groceries i You cannot get a purer or better selected stock than the one we have on hands Prices will save you big money i E A WITT good books and warm 11 res we havo pleasant timea and do not deploro our condition but serenely on wo go There Is to be a il ret class literary in our school the last day Friday 27th Murray Blanford will edit the Hustler that evening Everyone should come and share the good things The Spanish history in the B V It O course reada like a romance Say folks how many of you ever read a history of Spain Suppose you hunt up one There are some interesting items in her history things real nice to know GOLDIMWIOD HARDINSBURG KY Kennedys Kergan xxa HKEaa BE Pardon us Golden Rod if we set you Misa Mary Peyton of Falls of Rough right iu giving your name in the langu Â¬ is the gueBt of her grandparonta Mr and age of Aaragon and Castile Excellent Mrs T P Hardaway Senora Sallie Cain y Jolly el lengua de The Farmers Institute was very good la Espanola de en lengua Engletorra but the rain would have facilitated farm ea of j y en longua Espanola ea and In other words lug matters mora at a dry tlmo in June en longua Engletorra excellent Mrs Sally Gain and Jolly de or July CAVE 8PRING in Spanish means of y in Spanish means J H Coll the most pleasant of visi Â¬ and It is the custou with the Spanish BEWLEYVILLE tors loft Wednesday for school at Lex- Â¬ women ol the higher class to preserve T E Butler la seriously 111 at this writ Â¬ ington He promised to como again and their family names by patting it after the ing Blon Jolly will move to Owensboro in that makes the future brighter Thus names they acquire by marriage Wr P Butler attended the burial of bis the near future Down in Brazil they are having bright your namo would be Sallie 0ba y Jolly McDanlels uncle Ghas Jarboe at Our happiness la greatly marred these sunny days and across in Australia instead ot Sallie Jolly y Cain If you G II Hall was in our midst a few days lived at Dowey heights fam yea ould daya by horded roads they have had harvest tlmo but we of still add to your cbgooraea by writing it Bluce wearing a long face but It is not Mra G W Richardson dechnea to go this section are having a bard time keep- - in Spanish Senora tiallie Gala y Jelly de bard to guess why UWw ho and the ohlldru ex- - to Frankfort and the frost line at the door Given HaolnadiaLVswsy Mw Mr Frank Nile oi Hondewon will remain with her parents on their farm Rev Crocker is announced to preach next Sunday at 11 oclock Chas Drury is at Hardinsburg in ser- Â¬ vice for Breckenridge county James Anderson from Indiana Is here to spend a couple of months visiting re Â¬ latives If I lived in Spain this is what I would write on my visiting cards Sallie Jolly de Cain Misa Mary Paul is in the city visiting relatives This leaves Alfred Dayld and Fletcher disconsolate ipi ikm ilsiliinatfli i j4W m miu mm 5 ma JANUARY PflRWSJpP ItfMNMttHAMMMUBMfMmi Hi mSSSSSSESSSEESSmmmS - - - - t- - t - - - i v t- - -- t tw FARMERS INSTITUTE fOon tinned from Flret BABYS SMOOTH A Grateful Mother Writes FAIR SKIN A 5P0NQB Re- - The Kidney Complexion The pale sallow sunken cheeked distre- ParoI this Letter Tells all about Her Troubles when Baby Broke out with Borofula Sores xl X 4 P -- from ft wheezy hand otgan docs not meet ua at every turn we make Tho poor we January was so rained in honor of the have with us but only about enough to At tho ago of two months my baby mythological Roman deity Janus the Blblo truths and this country pov prove began to linvo sores break out on his right two faced Janus Is the god of opening erty ia not of tho loathsome discouraging cheek Wo used all tbo external ap- Â¬ Ho in pictured with one beginning kind either There are very low oases plications thnt wo could think or honr of and face looking forward and the other face of starvation or any thing like it in our to no avail Tho eorei spread all over ono In fact our sldo of hi faco Wo consulted a physi Â¬ looking backward He was called the country neighborhoods god of gateways Thus January Is the poor families often seem to bo quite pop cian and tried his medicine and In a week soro was gone But to my surprise in gateway to the new and from the old uar personages They are remembered tho Â¬ atovery hog killing at the annual house two weeks mora another scrofulous look- year it looks forward to the coming year ing soro appcarod on babys arm It and backward to the year past cleanings they recelvequlto a generous grew worso and worso and whon ho was January was made tne first month of bundle of worn clothes if there is any Â¬ threo months old I began giving him the Ilotnan year in tho seventh century like a surplus of fruit they have Hoods 8ar8apflrllla thing I aUo took Hoods before the birth of Christ but tho Itoman plenty all extra vegetables go to them Bar aparllla and before the first bottlo calendar was not adopted in England un- Â¬ and In fact they gat a variety of every was finished tho Bores were well and haro til 1752 Before that time the legal year thing In the neighborhood I do not never returned He Is now four years old had commenced on the 25th of March in Â¬ know how we would do without our but ho has never had any sign of thoso ho was cured by some parts of the kingdom and in Janupoor to eat up and wear out what would scrofulous sores since For hundreds of years for which 1 feel very ary in others otherwise bo wasted or encumber tho Hoods Sarsaparllla owes his good health March 25 began the new year in Christian neighborhoods where grateful My boy earth I do know and smooth fair skin to this great med countries conforming to tho ancient there are not enough poor to do this and icine Mrs 8 8 WnOTEN Farming Jewish calendar The old Saxon name it is hard often to get washing Ironing ton Delaware Get only Hoods for January was Wblf monat mean house cleaning wood sawing and such prompt efficient and ing wolf month owing to increased dan Â¬ nre work done when we wish to hire MOOuS HlUS emy lu eOecU 25ccnts ger from wolves of that time of the year The millionaire like the outcast is most Later it was called After Yule mean Â¬ Â¬ conspicious by his absence This may that many do not appreciate thefact that ing after Christmas be construed to be a blessing or notf all his friends know whether ho is a Dr Bnlls Cough Syrup is a speedy but as happiness is ours by comparison borrower or lender of money whether only perhaps a multimillionaire would his farm is under mortgage if his wife and efficacious cure for croup u hooping cough and make us feel unneccessarily small and has an entire new dress or only new bronchitis No child ihould be left to suffer the ailments when parent can get Insignificant and create envy in our front widths If his sons pants are from tortures of theseremedy for ac this wonderful eti LI ke begets like and love begets breasts the city or made out of his old ones if Â¬ and extreme of poverty or riches his daughter has anew cloak or many love PHILADELPHIA MINT REPORT might not be so harmonious other Important famlly secrets but the I would not detract from towns or cities satisfaction Is not unappreciated that he Total Number of Gold and Silver Coins but when we can address our children knows every one in the entire neighbor- Â¬ Made in 1898 and ours alone when we can turn hood like a book and they cant put around and not stop on the toes of some on airs before us These things I per Â¬ Within Range A statement of the coinage of the one where we can sit down and not be haps havejnever appreciated any more United States How did this happen Philadelphia for asked the mint in disturbed by a street peddlar whea we than the rest of you but we all can acthe year 1808 just given out shows that surgeon as he dressed the wound in the want onion hash for breakfast or sour knowledge it saves lots of worry and se the output for the year just ended was cheek and applied a soothing poultice to kraut fordinnerandhavenoone offend cret prying into affairs that are none of the largest since 18JO The total number the damaged eye ed thereat or If we do not relish eithen of our business when everything is thus Got hit with a stone replied tho of coins made was 100258481 valued at not be compelled to have our house filled in common patient 27054452 The gold coined was 170 with the odor from these democratic The satisfaction and health to be gotten 470 double eagles 812129 eagles 033 Who threw it 7 dishes cooked in some one elses kitchen from fresh fruits vegetables poultry and 495 half eagles and 24105 quarter eagles My my wife was the reluctant then and not till then perhaps will we unadulterated advantages of country life with a total value of 14739257 answer really appreciate that horrid insolation that is never fully appreciated by these Hum I Its the first time Ive heard Total silver coinage was 5884730 dol- Â¬ condition of the farmer that we rend so who have always enjoyed them When lars 2950705 half dollars 11100725 of a woman hitting anything she aimed much about and so seldom see I have one has to buy every bite as it is eaten quarters and 1320735 dimes a total val- Â¬ at muttered the surgeon lived in town more than half my life and there must be a kind oi metalic ihvor or She was throwing at the neighbors uation of 11770395 There were 12 know there are times when the advan Â¬ odor of green backs to the food that is nickels and 49823070 cents liens explained the sufferer 532087 I was tages of isolation would not be unappre- not exactly agreeable On the other Tid Bits coined giving a grand total of 27G5445J behind her or busy hand where food is so plentiful and in ciated by the tired mother for the year There were also coined houso wife Yes tis true Foleys Honey and Tar danger of going to waste there is the 511873 pesos for tho Government of San There are unappreciated advantages supreme satisfaction of eating it at its Is the best Cough Medicine A It Fish Â¬ Domingo and orders for 200000 more of In our country schools Some may not freshest and best and in addition thereto er Cloverport R A Shellman Steph Â¬ these coins have been received agree to this but I believe it is true In the pride we may take in the fact thnt ensport E A Witt Hardinsburg the first place children in the country we are saving from waste all we can SAVED OUR LIFE Sugar as Diet see so much less of each other than town With all the milk butter poultry egge M Auguste Chaveau finds that sugar children that they love to go to school if fruits and vegetables that one can use has more value than fat as an ingredient for nothing more than to play This during the year it seems that with a few Do Not Neglect the Kdneys and of diet for a man at work In fact sevendesire to go is in itself an advantage condiments added we could and should Bladder ty-five parts by weight of sugar are The average pupil jrets enough exerciee live like kings or higher yet well fed Disorder of theso important organs equivalent lo 100 parts of fnt Sugar is not to keep it healthy as it walks hack and Americans The free house rent that forth There is more equality and com- Â¬ usually goes with these things constitutes causes Brigbts disease rheumatism pain only better than fat because it supplies panionship among them there being advantages that no one could help but in the back dropsy and other troubles more heat and energy to the person but gets a hold upon your also because it promotes the assimilation noue extremely rich or poor And while appreciate The fresh air sunshine Disease sometimes I do not believe that city or country doners trees shade birds and hundreds kidneys and bladder before you realize of protoids or to speak generally be- Â¬ children are either one better or worse of other blessings make advantages al Â¬ that anything serious is the matter cause of its influence on the renewal and than tho other yet like young animals most innumerable and surround the Often these organs are neglected until formation of the anatomical elements of ttiey do better in small than in large family of the American farmer with that awful malady Brigbts disease has the body herds Our little white district school everything to make them prosperous and fastened upon you and death awaits its rtauty la ilIuo Deep Many miraculous cures have Clean blood means a clean skin No houses may not he particularly beautiful happy if they treat themselves to most victim beauty without it Cascarets Candy Catharbut they are clean and usually in healthy of the advantages they have heretofore been wrought by a course of treatment tic clean your blood and keep it clean by location Not being furnace heated they appreciated and seek for all the unap with Dr Davie Kidney Tablets These stirring up the lazy liver and driving all imtablets are put up in the shape of a kid Â¬ purities from the body Begin to day to can be made red hot during the day and preciatedones banish pimples boils blotches ney bean and the formula has been pro- Â¬ and that sickly bilious complexionblackheads the temperature can drop to zero almost by taking Hon Wm E Gladstone England nounced by the best physicians of mod Â¬ Cascarets beauty for ten cents All drugas rapidly at night as it doe out of doors great statesman was a great lover of gists satisfaction guaranteed 10c 25c 60c This is very trying on any hoatile mi rural life He did not merely theorize ern times to be the most direct in action croboa that may have found lo Igment about the beauties of farm life but he on the kidneys of any remody known to About Japanese Cities You can eat these tabtherein and the children seem to thrive actually lived in the country and hav medical science Japan with a population of 45000000 lets as you would candy Send for free has 220 towns on their kind of treatment and it s sel ing tried both city and country life was that have more than 100 booklet on kidney diseases Sold by all 000 dom that these schools are closed on in a position to make some comparisons inhabitants In 1880 the number 01 account of contagions of any kind The Mr Gladstone said I believe it is a druggists or sent on roceipt of price such towns was 117 Osaka has increased cold dinner giyeBan appetite that no one good general rule to allow each person to 50 cents and 1 trom 300000 to 610000 in ten years but a country school child knows any- Â¬ judge for himself what his pursuits should QROWTH OF CITIES Yokohama from 80000 to 180000 Kobe thing about the imitation of a wild be and whether he shall follow them from 80000 to 185000 Tokio has now a Indian war whoop which all natural Out at the same time I earnestly desire population of 1300000 children seem to take to expands and the maintenance and increase of the They Have a Tendency to Even up In A White Mark uiuiaiviii strengthens the lungs the enow ballings rural population of this country and I Kidney Cure is a perfectly re Foleys quarrels and occasional lights which can rejoice in all pursuits that tend toward The most recent statistics regarding the liable preparation for all Kidney and not be indulged in inside an incorporat- Â¬ that increase It is a blessed thing to growth of population of cities show that Bladder diseases The proprietors of ed town gives them a very characteristic live in the eve of Nature and in the movement is going on which may this Great Medicine guarantee it or the free born American training and the clear light of day I have been a towns- Â¬ the Do they not deserve long walk in the cold make them sleep man most of my life but I am a rural ultimately have the efiect of producing a money refunded A R Fisher Clover- Â¬ aa they never can after the cares of life man one of the country folk now and large number of great cities about equal a white mark in population instead of tho existing port It A Shellman Stephensport E press upon them begin to it is a great enjoyment to be free from metropolitan centers keeping ahead of A Witt Hardinsburg 1 learned lately from a yery gifted foul riyers and the masses of smoke and author of another unappreciated advan Â¬ the darkness that overhangs many of our all others Thus It is found that cities Gold Production tage that our country belle and beaux great towns and to enjoy the scenery with a population of from 75000 to 100 An English estimate of the gold pro- Â¬ have Said this writer In the country that is around us tho light and the air 000 are growing at the rate of 91 25 per where honeBty seems to be at home a God has given us just in the way He cent in a decade cities with a population duction of 1898 is 250000000 of which 150000000 came from mines in the Brit- Â¬ to young couple keeping company are gave them It will be all the better for of 100000 07 200000 are growing at the ish Empire The English speaking races rate of 03 per cent while cities with a thought to be as sacred to each other as this country the more we can maintain population of over 200000 are increasing produce more than four fifths of the total though it was known they were engaged and increase the rural population of the at the rate of only 36 per cent A multi- Â¬ yield of fresh gold to be married and no girl would try to land of great cities will be the outcome inveigle that young man into her society Of course if the cities are to be kept tude DcWItts Little Early Risers and should a young roan try to steal his up many people must move from the of this movement of population The famous little pills friends girl he would probably get a country to the cities but that hundreds black eye and bloody nose for his trou and thousands of people who go to the ble As we uet farther up in what the town and cities would be better off in calls society neither boys nor girls the country world there is no doubt Many hesitate to get a sweetheart wherever young people on the farms who are eager they can and some seem to pride them Â¬ to rush to tin city will some day be as selves upon the number of engagements eager to get back to the farm Let the they can break and consider this no young ladles who want to leave the farm Hut when we reach the top Â¬ under dishonor the Impression that more dignity most round of society as seen in our attaches was shot the leu Rome to city life remember that Mr Not How Ob- Â¬ receiving Tears a iro Iconsidered Inonly aleftslight what I large cities its votaries are not ua tilled to Gladstone was 11 ueveiupeu wnuuu a country folk and was Into a running sore and steal sweethearts and break ordinary en Â¬ proud of it Why should not any farm Â¬ gave me a great deal gagements but think it prime fun to flirt er be proud of his Remedies Have Failed of pain and Inconven vocation It is the 1 was ireoieu ience with and make love to other mens noblest because the most useful calling by many doctors and took n number of blood wives and other womens husbands and in which it is possible for man to engage Obstinate sores and ulcers which remedies but none did seem to take exquisite delight in figur Â¬ and refuse to henl under ordinary treat Â¬ me any good check did the not seem to I of course ing in high life scandals Discovered By a Woman ment soon become chronic and deep nroaresi of the sore I hail do not know whether this author is right Another great discovery has been seated and lend to conditions most clflo heard Swifts Spe highly 8 B 8 They are caused In different recommended for the or not but if any of our country girls made and that too by a lady in this Borious ways hut in every case the blood is blood and concluded to have quite an interesting study in seme country Disease fastened his clutches involved and no amount of local treat- Â¬ irlvnlt A trllkl nil thjt result gentleman friend let them not fail to upon her and for seven years she with ment can huve any effect The poison Ing Swas very gratify-to VffZi S S seemed must bo eliminated from the blood gei ngni ai me vnmuie yftl appreciate this advantage of country life stood its eeverest test but her vital or and forced the rjolson boforo a cure can be had II any of our boys feel that they are gam were undermined and death out of my blood soon afterwards the sore healed up and was cured to fall in love with some sweet seemed imminent For three months about THROWN PROM A HORBE sound and well I am sure 8 8 8 is by far country girl let them see that all others she coughed incessantly and could not Mr H Kulin of Marlon Kansas writes tin best blood remedy made About thMeyearingomygranddiiUKhterlIer momentous question sleep She finally discovered a way to stand back till this It matters not how they are acquired thn Whltwoud vaa thrown rom a horse re Is settled and not let tho fact be unap- Â¬ recovery by purchasing of us a bottle of celvlnga wound of the scalp Though under or what treatment has failed 8 S S the treatment of physicians forseveral months preciated that you are able to knock Dr Kings New Discovery for consump- Â¬ thn wound remained about the same until It will euro tho most obstinate deep seated soro or ulcer It is uaeless to drag out any one caught med Â¬ tion and was so much relieved on tak Â¬ Dnallr became very amtrr looklni a and broke expect local treatment of salves lo down and out into running sore This toon spread tions etc to oneot a cure uecauso dling with your best girl Farmers and ing first dose thnt she slept all night to other parts of the scalp ana ran down the thoy can not reach the real cause of tho their wives might find sweet solace too and with two bottles has been absolute Â¬ S S 8 siue 01 ine nrcaincreas trouble which is the blood in the fact that high life is not fash ly cured Her name is Mrs Luther LuU Incr In severity and fear- drives out overy trace of impurity in fully dUflKurlnK her ionable in ttie country and that to win Thus writes W 0 Hamnlck Co of Bhewas then placed un- tne uioou ana in tins way cures per Â¬ der the care or the fan manently the worst cases It li the wife or husband meant won till death Shelby N 0 Trial bottles free at Short ulty of a well known only blood remedy guaranteed 6t ilaynes Drug Store Regular size 60c hospital but even the we do part P PTefS treatment she received I like country society There is such and 1 Evory bottle guaranteed 4here failed to arrest the about it such terrible sore Heading an air of wholeaomeness of the many cures of and contains not a particle of potash A Dont Care Citizen frtwidom from restraint and our souls blood troubles effeoted mercury or other mineral 8 S 8 Vrr S S 8 we decldeil to del dont keer need not be consumed with curiooity as try It and It relieved her promptly in a few cures Contagious Blood Poison Scrof Â¬ New Year monthkahe was entirely cured and scarcely ula Cancer Catarrh Eczema Rheu- Â¬ we know all about everything going on Per da bran am burnin feeble en de coal loo dcir a mark now remains where the disease Mela tie fire matism Bores Ulcers Bolls or any full sway is hard to tell one neighbor Kaie Tie true it En I aint a f wine tr promise en I aint a gwlne other blood trouble Valuable books aylblng abontlanother that bu has not on these diseases will bo mailed free A ODNSHOT WOUND ter swear long time Mysteries do Kate deys loll er tribulation In de bran New Year known lor Capt I n llcUrsyer the well known dis Â¬ to any address by tho Swift Bpoolflo -- Atlanta Constitution Company Atlanta Georgia tiller of Uwreacsburj Xy says i thrive I the open country I know Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Some Interesting Information gardlng This Month 000 B tore Ion manhood The United States Is Absorbing the ssed-looking Tm - aoid hole a people you so often meet irons JTO58 InhHlth Wealth of the World are tfllicted with Kidney Complexion1 andpocktt-sr v WsfliLTM VTO IIAUfrem vrn drurfiilwho POOK him w aw sTill vnurh tar nm Tk It with Their kidneys are turning to a parsnip StBBISlS MLnfttinLlTtrititentiT Ons vtwI The United States would soon havo all color 80 is their complexion lw mt to enre or w refundCUIV UVl Via UIURII vf vifi ntrftntrerl monir D F HEARD rroBldcnt tho gold In tho world if balances were lhey may also havo indigestion or WDwJfi lMMHjlf JifauTuawiTm WILL MILLER VIcp PrcBidertt Kittled entirely in that metal In 1898 suffer from sleeplessness rheumatism M H BEAltDj Cftal ipr thn balanco of trado In our favor was neuralgia brain trouble nervous exhaus 017000000 Tho worlds stock of gold tion and sometime tho heart acts badly G W BEARD DIRECTORS MORRIS ESKUIDGE outside of this country is estimated at Tho cause la weak unhealthy kid J OF R M JOLLY 2830000000 Our excess of exports on neys the scale of last year would absorb it all Usually tho sufferer from kidney dis INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS in less than five years if balances were ease does not find out what the trouble paid exclusively bv tho transfer of gold is until it is almost too late becaueo tho Our not Importations of god in 1898 first symptoms are so llko mild sickness were about 145000000 Even this figure that they do not think they need a rued would call for tho entire present stock of icino or doctor until they And them gold in less than twenty years But as selves sick in bed A Si Louie Er Go Louisville Henderson the annual gold yield is 250000000 and Dr Kilmers Swamp Root will build increasing a gold monopoly for any na up and strengthen their weak and disCONTAINS BOTH tion is not among tho probabilities eased kidneys purify their diseased Tine Card In Effect Deo4 1898 blood clear their complax La Grippe Suooenfally Treated ion and soon they enjoy better health Dally by mall 6 a year KAST HOUND I have just recovered from the second You can get the regular sizes at tho 8 a year attack of la grippe this year says Mr drug storo at fifty cents and one dollar Dally and Sunday by mail No 11 No 44 No Jas A Jones publisher of the Leader or you may first prove for yourself tho Lv St Loul 7 56am 865pm Mexia Texas In the latter case I UBod wonderful virtues of this great discovery Bvansville 6ft3m 2 20pm 2 45am Chamberlains Cough Remedy and I Swamp Root by sending your address to Henderson 2 40 3 in 71 Baskets 3 01 731 323 think with considerable success only be Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y Spoltsrille 3 7 328 788 ing in bed a little over two days against for a sample bottle and a book that tells Is the greatest Sunday Newspaper In Heads 7 313 Worthington 339 762 320 ten days for tho former attack The sec Â¬ all about it both sent to you absolutely Stanley the world 321 768 j 44 Griffith 8 01 32 ond attack I am satisfied would have been freo by mail When writing kindly Mattingljr 807 333 2 a year By mall qually as bad as the first but for the nse mention that you read this liberal oiler Price 5c a copy Owensboro 3 44 818 400 827 363 late of this lemedy as I had to go to bed in in the Breckknridoe Nbwb 4 01 IowersforRoclcport lad 8 8 418 Address TUB SUN New York 8 0 Wall man 413 about six hours nftor being struck with 4 31 Lewlsport 62 419 it while it tho first cose I was able to at 9 1 428 Ktlcon 439 WAYS OF WOMEN 0 00 43d lVtrie tend to business about two days before Ilawesvilte 4 40 913 460 for Cannelton Tell City getting down For sale by A R A Legion Boy 4 49 4 8 U23 Skiliman Who Went to War Fisher Cloverport 6 00 It A Shellman Shops 9r 60J 607 9 40 Cloverport 610 Talks About the Sex Stephensport 9 62 Holt 620 61t u -- Itrejt with yon whether yen continue IIhe jiyM nmorti the dnlre or toboero wlttv ouiarTouaiiiroai exptunicr purines me uiop a m km uni m- ajSHOJ BBISAfJ BANK OF xmba HAEDI1TSBUEG 11 l Mi fffi Â¬ Newsd Opinions National Importance Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Sun Henderson LONE The Sunday Sun Route Â¬ kidney-- poisoned 4 1 A Louisville Legion boy who went to tho Spanish war has learnod jBomethlng important He Bays This soldier busi- Â¬ ness has taught me two thing about w imen Under 10 and over 40 they can be depended on but between those ages they are uncertain quantities On my return I was received by a friend of the over 40 period with a heartiness that was unmistakable She took both my hands and I knew her welcome was genuine Others of the middle division from whom I expected a warm greeting if not a Hobsonizlng were strangly absent Tbey gave me the mitten so hard Im yet inclined to believe it was a boxirg glove We cannot learn too much of women This extract from the exper- Â¬ ience of a hero will doubtless be kept in mind by all masculine readers who are careful of themselves 1 00 A YEAR All the Leading Features that have made this Journal 10 ioptilar arc to be retained the coming jeirand many new ones added An Ideal Farm and Family Weekly ONLY Addison Stephensport Sarrple llerce 10 10 10 03 622 6 634 6 42 SO 513 s 625 Irvington fusion Iodiburg Webster Ekron Crandenbure I one Ilrsnch Kock Haven Willow Dale 1013 10 22 10 30 512 543 5 1 10S8 10 1 1 560 6 01 for alivinir Such as Live Stock Dairy Injj Horticulture Poultry Market Gardening and ot er topics wriittntiy Practical l PflTlirPC IbniUIQO and Succewful Farmers up- fomented w th Illustrations by abli artiitv com S Ine to make it Invaluable o ihoie who farm It Ito tnrin lib rdllll Howard Kentucky Street Louisville Union Den Westloln 1100 1110 111 1128 1134 1143 H60im 12 2pm Ar 1235pm C10 618 624 634 640 645 662 065 710 7 45pm 567 003 610 bl7 G30 645 715 7 3am The Latest culture Crop densed Farm Farmers re States News and Letters among the Leading Features in which the American Agriculturist l not exctllcd lthaa reliable Special Correspondents at the fjencral and Local Harket Centers all over the United Harkets and Commercial Reports In their season Agri- Â¬ Con Â¬ WEST BOUND No Louisville Union Dep Kentucky Street Lv 7 41 No 43 No 45 En mil Fct III I and Young Folks department ot QUESTIOVS Page cimbine to make Ihu as much value and interest as most ol the Special Kainilv Papers Veterinary and other Short Stories Latest Fashions Fancy Work Tho Good Cook Talks Doctor Puzzlo CQlUICd wlh the Library Corner contests 1 1 V West loint Howard 7 65 8 26 4am 460pm 603 Willowdale Rock Haven Long Branch Brandenburg Ekron 8 43 S 60 8 69 9 23 83f 908 916 829 637 5 40 5 48 600 609 618 626 8 45 f 35pm 918 931 9 44 9 61 9 57 10 02 10 08 653 Guston onswercdon Law Medicine topics FULL N Y Lodiburg Irvington Webster To the Public New York We are authorized to guarantee every 52 Lafayette Place bottlo of Cbamberlains Cough Remedy and if not satisfactory to refund the money to the purchaser There is no better If Worth Printing medicine made for la grippe colds and whooping cough Price 25 and 50 0 per the Twice-a-Wee- k bottle Try It A R Fisher Olovor port R A Shellman Stephensport Courier Â¬ Orange Judd Company Sample Stephensport Addison Holt Cloverport Shops SkHman 1ierce 9 32 9 40 9 47 9 61 10 00 10 04 10 00 06 6 43 6 51 707 712 1014 10 24 720 721 727 739 7 43 031 1018 0 22 10 33 10 43 10 60 10 50 J0J6 10 10 Its for Cannelton Hawesville 7t4 804 812 814 827 46 49 Petrie Tell City J 1059 1103 1119 UV6 1139 11 Falcon Journal Lewisport 1101 11 in Waitman lowers iforRockport Indj 1119 Owensboro Mattingly Griffith 833 8 42 iaics THE FIRST QRAIN Will Print It Â¬ Wheat Known to Have Been Cultivated 5000 Years Ago NEWS and every Democrat every Kepublican every man woman or child who can read will want to read it SowitlthenitECKENIUDGB THETWICK AWKEK COURIKUJOURNAL is a Democratic paper of six or eight piges Isued Wednesday and baturdiy of each week The Wednekday issue prints all the clean news and the Saturday issue prints stories Miscellany Poetry all matters of special interest n the home It is edited by Henry Watterson Stanley Worthington Beads Spottsville Baskets Henderson Evansville St Louis 1130 1140 1161 1150 863 9 05 9 11 69 im 925 12 07pm 9 32 1Z 14 916 58pm a 1215tm 1220 12 12 22 12 21 i2 45 U39 9 47 Ar 7 32pm 1H 964 1010 10 40pm 3 1219 126 125 720am From all the actual knowledge to hand Tsos 45 and 46 have Pullman Bullet Sleeping Cars wheat would appear to have been the and elegant high back seat Passenger Coaches through between 1 ouisville Evansville and St earliest of all the cereals to be developed Louis without change Nos 41 and 44 have elegant high back beat Pass because grains of it have been f und not eng r Caches and Parlor Car service through be only sealed up in vessels discovered in tween Louisville Evan ville and St Louis without change You set 104 good papers of six or eight paces Egyptian tombs of very high antiquity Nos 4s and 43 have Parlor Cars and elegant but also in the lake dwellings of Switzer- Â¬ each lor soc LEsS THAN ONE CENT A Coaches between Louisville and Evansville with PAPER out change land which belong to the Mono Age It II C MOKDUK A G P A Louisville Kr USEFUL PREMIUMS grown by the Chinese some 3000 was years before the Ohristian era but there Are given club raisers and good pajicg commis Â¬ sions are allowed agents is no reason to believe that other cereals H St L ny Fordsvlle Branch such as barley rice and millet were not Dally Courier Journal i Year J600 Dally and Sunday Year 800 cultivated at the same time It is a TIME TABLE Ni 10 Sunday alone I Year S3 00 significant fact that all these cereals if TAKING EFFECT 3PT 19 1898 left to themselves lapse back into a wild West Bound Trains Bast Bound Train state and become useless as foodstuffs From this it is plain that they are arti tVo3 tNo6 STATIONS tNo 8 fVo i ileal developments of primitive grasses but which of them was the first to be so And The 645pm 10 50am Lv Irvington Ar DOnam 545pm developed there is no moans of showing 7 08 1114 Garfield 35 620 1124 7 19 8 21 Ilarned 509 7 23 Hardinsburg 8 IS 6 00 lli La Grippe is again epidemic Every BR NEW S 745 1160 Kirk 801 446 1167 precaution should be taken to avoid it lolly 762 764 439 12 09pm 8 01 Glendeane T4J 427 Its specific cure is One Minute Cough 1230 X2I 4 0 arPallsRoufrhlv 716 Both one Year 8 60 1255 Hock vale 338 6 3 Cure A J Sheperd Publisher Agri9 00 t05 a Asklns 6 44 113 Oaks 9i8 cultural Journal and Advertiser Elden 636 321 915pm 120 ArFordsvilleL 63jani 3Vpm Mo says No one will be disappoint- Â¬ We have made a special clubbing arrangement ed in using One Minute Cough Cure for with tho TwlceaWeek Courler Ionrnal and will Daily Trains 41 ot Irvington with 43 the all send La Grippe Pleasant to take quick to our that paper and ours forrenew price namedInto ad- Trains Nos 4a and and 44 connect Fordsville branh c for points on 3 and pav subscribers who will Trains 3 4 and 5 run daily Trains Nos a end act Short Haynes vance or to all new subscribers who will pay In Price 50c a Year Â¬ U 1 TwiceaWeek Courier Journal DIE For Only X Â¬ 125 Â¬ S S S Cures It Matters stinate or What Other Sores and Ulcers Lifting Power lifting power of a youth of 17 is The 280 pounds in his twentieth year this increases to 320 pounds and in the thirtieth and thirty first years It reaches its reight 305 pounds By the fortieth year be has decreased eight pounds and this diminution continues at a slightly increasing rate until the fiftieth year is reacht d when the figure is 330 pounds Â¬ advance Sample copies Courier Journal sent free on application All subscriptions under this offer must be sent to the 4 connect 43 nd 44 at Irvington with Main Line trains 41 4a BRECKENRIDGE NEWS 80 YEAR8 EXPERIENCE B O B Bast 0S W Noao 83pm No 7 3oam 10 15am RT and the 16 Trains leave Loaitrvllle as follows S W HAILWAY Clnclnnatl St Louis and the West 8 13am 135am 643am 1153am 11 15am 555pm Educate Tour Ilowels Willi CmcaroU 10c 2So 1520333 a -- Lv Louisville Ar Cincinnati No s8 11 Candy Cathartic euro constipation forever If C C O fall druggists refund money Chinese florguo Sights aJB vmmm It the Chinese morgue one of tho Strang i sights is a number of life sizts dolls which are buined to accompany the corpses as their servant in the next world Tbey are doubtless a relic of the time when human beings were thus burned aa companions of the deceased Bismarka Iron Nerve quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an Invention Is probably piitentable Communtca tlons strtctlr confldentlaL Handbook on Patents sent free Oldest anencTforsecurlnBpatents Co receive Patents taken tbrouith llunn special notiM without cnanto In the A handsomely Illustrated woekly Tjireest elrv eolation of any scientlUa journal Terms IJ year i four months IL Bora byoll newsdealer Trade Marks Designs RnsvinoUTS Ac a AtAiV AfJ AflAitllAtt twt Ar Columbus Artburg Ar Washington 6ojpm ojpm 245pm Ar Scientific American New York l3onn Spra Ar Boston 3 oopm 9 05pm Nraln No 16 has eleg ant Pullman Buffet Parlor Car to Cincinnati and Drawing room Sleeper and dining cars Cincinnati to Washington Baltimore Philadelphia and New York without change Tran No 18 has elegant Pullman Parlor Cor to Cincinnati and Pullman Drawing room and dining cars Cincinnati to New Vork without change Train No ao has slsepers to Cincinnati open at 9 oclock to receive passengers S Louis Springfield and the West No so S3jam No 16 8 Arlimir Philadelphia 650 am 11 75am 3 40 pm i2opm 20am JJKjuW Â¬ fMSrZS irar VVr Purely Vegetable 1 1 ZSf let 640pm A BEAUTIFUL GIFT issonn 7 iata Was the result of his splendid health Ar bpringfield 8 40pm 9 33am Indomitable will and tremendous energy North Vernon accomodation leaves at 7 a m dally are not found where Stomach Liver Tho holidays aro fast approach Â¬ Cnarlestown accommodation leaves itiioD m M except Sunday Kidneys and Bowels are out of order If ing If you havo a friend you aro Trains Nos 16 to and 44 have elegant day coaches you want these qualities and the success Pullman parlor and sleeping cars to St Louis TUAIN8 AUHIVE tbey bring uso Dr Kirgs New Life going to remomhor on Christmas From East 75 a m is 13 noon 640 pm Pills Tbey develope evory power of what would ho rnortf appropriate aa is 33 am 3 so am brain and body Only 25o at Short a gift than a fine Oxford Toachero If rom West 7 s a m it 13 p m 6 40 p m City Ticket Uaynea drug Btore corner Bible bound in morocco You can Mala streets office southeast and riverFourth and Depot Seventh For detail get such a Bible with tho Breok connecting Information regarding rates time on Burial In Africa lines sleeping parlor dining cart etc hsHIIOWNJ enbidge News for one year for address rasa Ticket Agent A O S In certain parts of Africa it is consider District W By 4th and Main Louisville Ky You cant buy tho Bible at bury out of 8250 ed a mark of disrespect to crJMCHESdBROqqH S doors at all Only slaves are treatod in retail for lees than 250 anywhere General Pastenger Agent Cincinnati Oh I G WAKKHL Assistant such unceremonious fashion The lion in tho world By this arrangement General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Ohl ored dead are buried nnder the floor of you practically got tho News freo the bouse for onq year WHEN DOES YOUR SUB Tho Childs Biblo a beautiful Iha KiarJ Yon Haw Always Bought B4TitU work for children and the News SCRIPTION TO THE NEWS VfutaM for ono year for 200 of 11 11 Ar St Louis Lv Louisville S3m No 44 Saopm o czmzc ITOXIIA 4Hr44Mr4444444t EXPIRE