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and orchard and plant Â¬ ed them In tobacco He only succeeded in putting out 0000 plants in the tract Ho cultivated the patch well and hand Â¬ led the crop with so much care that on Owensbdro buyer carao to him and offer ed him 10 0 Rud 2 the tobacco to be weighed at the barn It was red tobac- Â¬ co and the crop brought him 14345 This shows plainly that more money is made by planting email acres and tending them well than in planting largo crops as nearly all our farmers aro doing Â¬ Plenty of Work Here Abouts for all es of Labor Class- Â¬ t a- - BK chanic Mr Flank boa worked hia way up in the esteem of all who know him by bis gentlemanly attributes and his acknow- Â¬ ledged ability His promotion was not a surpriso and there is no queston bat that when rumor was first busy with his name in connec- Â¬ tion with the master mechanicship tho wish was father to the thought It is certain that bis elevation is a cause of universal satisfaction hikI the olllclals of tho Henderson load have received a great many compliments for their good judgment and for their liberal policy of rewarding employees who are capablo and who perform efficient and faithful service This act Is one of a long series of acts that bavo a tendency to bring the road and ita employees closer together The News ventures to say that there is not another corporation in the country that is on as intimate relations and has the good will of its servants to a greater degree than baa tho Henderson Mr Flank has already entered in on his duties He intends to move his fam ily here as soon as he can find a suitable house Horrible agony is caused by Piles Burns and Skin Diseases These are immediately relieved and quickly cured by De Witts Witch Hazdl Salve Beware Hay of worthless imitations Short nea HAVE IT HERE Next I KILLED A WILD CAT Animal Had Been Prowling Around Duke For Some Time The people in the Duke neighborhood bavo been very much exercised during the paBt few weeks over the appearance of a strango animal that raided hen- Â¬ roosts and pig pens Last week Hank Frobus a woll known hunter went gun niDg for the varmint and succeeded in bagging it Tiio animal proved to bo a large wild cat The country side now rests easy rf Deserved Promotion The legion of friends of F E Nugent extra conductor on the Henderson ivill learn with pleasure that he has been promoted to the regular run formerly ul loted to Dayid Plank who is now Mister Mechanic at the Bhops Mr Nug ut is a thorougb gaiug gentleman and is univer- Â¬ sally liked His promotion is deserved as he is a careful and conscientious rail Â¬ road man TABLEUS BUCKEYE PILE OINT- Â¬ MENT is the only remedy for blind bleeding or protruding piles indorsed by physicians cures the most obstinate cases Price 50 cents in bottles Tubes 76 cents A R Fisher Â¬ i 11 19 - W 8 H Farmers Institute May be Held In Cloverport 4P The News in an interview with John Lewis Henry treasurer of the Brecken Â¬ ridge and Meade County Agricultural and Improvement Society learned that tbat gentleman was In favor of having Oloyerport as the next meeting place of the Farmers Institute He promised to work up a big crowd from Irvington in case it were held here If the members of the association hold their next meet Â¬ ing here the News will guarantee that the organization will be royally enter tained and every facility and convenience will be provided Â¬ Goes South Orvillo Gregory who bos been in bad health for sometime past is to go south in the hope of improving his condition His wife is now visiting hor relativesat Brandenburg and as soon as she returns Mr and Mrs Gregory will go to Tbomas yille Ga The host of friends of Mr Gregory hope that he will speedily recover IS - Jl J a- - ll fc Much Improved J W Marrs of Garfield who does a large amount of contracting and build- Â¬ ing in the neighborhood every year says The worst after effects of Influenza arise from deranged functions of the liv- Â¬ tbat more improvements are being made er Olear tho blood at once with HER in the county this year than for several BINE for it will strengthen the liver to years past More building are beingÂ¬ Coughing injures and inflames sore being conwithdraw from circulation tho biliary erected and more fencing is lungs One Minute Cough Cure loosens over before poisons Price 50 cents A R Fisher structed than the cold allays coughing and heals An Experiment quickly The best cough cure for chil- Â¬ Haynes Death or Sarah C Hook G Harris of this city who is presi- Â¬ dren Short J On Thursday Jan 5 1809 death visit Â¬ dent of the Spottsvillo Gravel Company TOKEN OF ESTEEAI ed the home of Jabal Hook Sr and has sent four barrels of crude petroleum claimed as ita victim bis beloved wife to Owensboro to be used on the streets Sarah 0 Hook Mrs Hook nee Mead for tho purpose of laying the mud and Mr VanAIstlne Presented With a Diamond Pin or was born Dec 17th 1842 near the dust The Mayor of the city is to givo town of Hardinsburg where she spent the oil experiment a fair test and it is most of her life she was married to hoped it will result satisfactorily ProvlouB to the departure of Master Mechanic DaviU VanAIstlne last week Jubal Hook on the 17 day of Feby 1800 The smallest things may exert the the railroad employes at the shops called She was consistent member of the O De Witts Little and an earnest Ohrlstian and greatest influence P church in a body at tho office and with an ap- Â¬ Early Risers are unt quailed for over- Â¬ propriate speech by one of their number a devoted wife and mother Her remains constipation and liver troubles were interred in the family burying coming they presented the retiring Master Me ground at the Ellhu Meador place on Small pill best pill safe pill Short chanic with a beautiful diamond scarf Saturday Jan 7 1800 She leaves a Haynes pin Mr Van Alstlne seemed very much husband and seven children and many affected by this token of esteem and re- Â¬ Business Change speech in which he told friends to mourn her death She has Slg Loeb of Guston has purchased his plied in a neat gone home Children husband remem Â¬ them that ills relations with the railway fathers interest in the general store at employes at Oloverport were the very ber your promise to mother and wife that place and will continue in business pleasantest and he left them with feel Sig is one of tho most enterprising busi Â¬ ings of regret Rapidly Progressing ness men in Meade county and the citi Â¬ Mr VanAlstyne went to t Paul The work of equipping tho rolling zens of Guston are pleased to know that He will act as Master Minn Thursday stock of the Henderson Route with air he will remain with them G W which is Mechanic for the O Over half the is progressing rapidly better known as the Maple Leaf Route freight cars owned by the company are Smaller Poll Tax His division includes the important rail- Â¬ now provided with air and the craws The fiscal court of Ohio county has way shops at Oelweln Iowa find it comparatively easy to handle levied a poll tax of 1 on each male per Â¬ Coughs and colds come uninvited but trains under present conditions It will son 21 years of aga and an ad valorem not be long until every car owned by tax of fifty cents on each 100 worth of you can quickly get rid of them with a HORE tho company will have air and it will taxable property This is fifty cents less few doses of BALLARDS HOUND SYRUP Price 25 and 60 cents then rank with the best roads in the poll tax than usual country so far as equipment ia Episcopal Scrvloea Tonight concerned Farm Interest Sold Tho Rev M M Benton was unable to Fred Moorman bought the interest of All his appointment last week but will Another Good Kan Gone Wrong J W Pato in a farm at Webster last be hero today Wednesday holding He failed to use Foleys Kidney Cure week Mr Moorman will conduct the Holy Communion iu the parlor of the for hia kidney complaint A R Fisher farm in future and Mr Pate will moye to Breckenridge Inn at 11 oclock a m and A Shell wan Stephens Oloverport R Daviess county The price paid for Mr evening servico at the Methodist church port E A Witt Hardinsburg Pates interest was 1000 at 7 oclock All aro cordially invited Â¬ te Will Smith contracting agent or the Marsden Cellulose company while In Breckenridge People Are Dis- Â¬ tho city Tuesday remarked at the great demand for labor that exists in this sec- Â¬ cussing The Road Problem tion of the country at present Said lie It Is almost impossible for Advice Is Wanted as to the Best pie to get a full crew of laborers at tho Course to Pursue present time The demand for help Is so great that when I want lllty men I The road problem is a perplexing ono have to content myself with twenty five in this county The farmers are preparing to put in tho Our people favor good roads and aro largest tobacco crop over raised in this almost n unit in endeavoring to securo section and it has created an extraordi- Â¬ nary demand for farm laborers them The road question is ono that is now There is now no excuse for a man to uppermost in tho peoples minds It is remain Idle discussed in town and country at tho flresido and at tho cross roads store Dr Bulls Cough Syrup Is the best Money has been spent on road im- Â¬ mcdicnc for tore throat laryngitis quinsy or ton provement The cflkias having tho silltla livery drop of It soothes and licali A twcityfivectnt bottle of this wonderful remedy work in charge havo been conscientious will cure a cough or cold in ono day and they have done their best No one criticises them for tho present condition RAILROAD SURGEON of the highways The idea now is to hit on some plan A A Simons Now Serves In That that will result in some permanent itn Dr Capacity piovemeut of the public roads There is a movement on foot in the county to The host of friends ol Dr A A Simons create a sentiment tbat will result in the of county convicts at work on the of this city will learn witlt pleasure that placing he has been appointed surgeon for the road with headquarters Henderson Route The tax payers do not relish the burden of keeping law breakers in idleness at this place The appointment is a just recognition at their expense in the county jail It is Dr Simons jail is tennntlets most of the of ills professional abilities true that the time and that Breckenridge is short on takes the placo of Dr S S Watkins who prisoners but our reason that this is so hits moved to Owensboro is becauso those who commit misdu To insure a happy now year keep the meuuors are reluctantly punished for tho liver clear and the body vigorous by reason that they might prove n source ol uing De Witts Little Early Risers the expense to the county famous little pills for constipation and If prisoners were worked on the roads Haynes Short liver troubles such would not be the case and a more strict enforcement of the laws would ower of a News Ad result Not long since Dr P W Foote adver- Â¬ Oue or two citizens who have been in Â¬ tised for a capable man to assist him at terviewed on the subject of road con Â¬ his dairy farm He received a host of struction advocate the purchase of rock applications and out of the number he crushers There is plenty of hard lime Â¬ selected Henry Plock of Stephensport to stone rock in all parts of the county and fill the place Mr Plock is a German with the aid of rock crushers enough He is thrifty and industrious and has an stone could be broken in a season to extensive knowledge of dalrylug He will macadamize the worst places in the doubtless make a valuat le man highway The present system of break- Â¬ YD 1 1 B10Ut know that Foleys Honey ing rock by band is Blow and expensive I UU and Tar is absolutely the best rem Â¬ and it would be an economy of time and edy for all diseases of the Throat Chest labor to have the same work performed Dealers are authorized to A crusher could be or LuDgi by rock crushers operated by two or three prisoners who guarantee it to give satisfaction in all R A could do the same work in a day that it cases A R Fisher Oloyerport Stephensport E A Witt now takes ten or twenty laborers to do Shellma The people are all in favor of good HardinsDurg roads but they are puzzled how to pro- Â¬ Fourth to be Mustered out cure them The War department has issued an The Breckenkidoe News is of the order mustering out the Fourth Kentuckopinion that this is oue of tho most vital y-regiment of which David R Murproblems to be solyed by our citzens ray of this city is lieutenant colonel Reader may be you have an idea or a The regiment is now stationed at Camp plan that would be of practical benefit if Shipp Annistou Ala The mustering carried out If you have just let us hear out will be accomplished about the mid Â¬ it Write the News a letter for publica- Â¬ dle of February tion Outline your idea Make some Dont Tuliarvo Silt iiml Smuko lour 1 To Atnj practical suggestion Let us have a full To quit tobacco easily uml foreicr li tnne Speak up discussion of this subject netlc full of life norvo nml vnor tulto tliu wnmlcr worker Hint mnltes ucnlc men Dont hide your light under a bushel Â¬ Â¬ Invitations are out announcing tho nuntials of Mr Alexander Woodruff Thompson to Miss Anna Blake Sanders Car Miss Sanders is tho daughter of Mr and When passonger train No 44 was run- Â¬ Mrs Henry Vernon Sanders and is a A Corn Story That Beats the ning between Lewisport and Hawesvlllo most charming and accomplished young lady She visited friends in Oloverport last Wednesday afternoon some Hood- Â¬ on several occasions and mado many Callithumpian Band lum shot at tho train The bullet struck friends while here The ceremony will What a Pellvllle Minister Says on the a window in the parlor car and smashed take place at the Broadway Baptist it Should the miscreant be found ho church Loulsyille Wednesday evening Subject will bo severely dealt with January 25 at six oclock Shoots Through the Window or Parlor CAPS THE CLIMAX The Pellvillu correspondent of the News says Seeing in recent issues of tho Nkws that farmers in Breckenridge and Dav Â¬ iess counties were having quite a con- Â¬ troversy as to who raised the largest ears of corn last year wo made inquiries around the stores on rainy days as to who raised the largest ear o corn in the Pell- Â¬ vllle neighborhood Several mammoth ears were reported but the largest story was given to tho public by a local preacher whose reputa- Â¬ tion for veracity should notbe doubted He Baid I raised one stalk of corn last year which had sixteen joints At each joint protruded two largo ears and at the top Instead of the usual tassel waB a large gourd inside of which I found a peck of ohelled corn A White Mark Foleys Kidney Cure is a perfectly re- Â¬ liable preparation for all Kidney and Bladder diseases The proprietors of this Great Medicine guaranteo it or tho Do they not deserve money refunded a white mark A R Fisher Clover port R A Shellman Stephensport E A Witt Hardinsburg TOBACCO CROP Sold For More Than The Farm Was AAAAAwAvlAv FARMERS WE HAVE Northern White Seed Oats Northern Black Seed Oats Timothy Red Top Worth J T F Owen sold for Dud Morton a crop of white burley in the Louisville market last week The crop was raised on four acres of rich ground There wero four hogsheads which sold as fol- Â¬ lows and Clover Leaf two hogsheads 1150 and 900 lugs 750 trasli 550 The total crop brought 400 and was the highest average paid for tobacco in Louisville on tho day of sale The tooacco brought more money than the farm was Mr Morton has demonstrated worth that white burley can be grown as suc- Â¬ cessfully and profitably in Breckenridge county as in any other part of tho state All STo 1 Clean Seed at the LOWEST PRICES Lung Irritation the forerunner to consumption Dr will cute it and Bells give strength to the lungs that a cough or cold will not settle there Twenty live cents at all good druggists is Pine-Tar-Hon- WM VEST SONS Prices Thirty Years Ago Grocery bills of 18G8 are a great varia- Â¬ tion from those of 18 In this city in 18G8 bacon retailed at 20 cents a pound brown sugtr 18 cents white sugar 20 cent j tea 1 75 to 2 flour per cwt 17 strong All diuKKlbts HOcorll Curutfuaran 5 syrup per teed Iloolilct and samplo free Address to S50 salt per bbl Sterling Hcmcdy Co Chicago or Now York GO coal oil per gallon 70 gallon oal per bushel 15 to 25 cents cents Sick With Pneumonia Sam Adkisson of Webster is confined The grocer of 9i can get on with a small- Â¬ to his home with a severe attack of er cash drawer than the grocer of 08 un- Â¬ pneumonia He Is the brother of Dr S less be has a much larger number of customers B Adkisson of this city t lsu WVWVWWVWWWWWVWWWWAK owiwvwvwwyV LLwlww iJL7JLAfAJ JLLfAjvJLAAt MID WINTER CLEARANCE SALES Our sales during December broke the record We desire to make our January sales equal if not surpass those of December To do this we are going to have a Clearance Sale of all Winter Goods sikoies 50c leonc to ON FEBRUARY 1st 899 Wo will ceaao to givo tables to our customors 300 but will offer sorao an- Â¬ t hor valuable pioco of fumituro which will be nounced through this paper hats ZFieeorM 40c to to 250 price Call and Examine Our 5 and 10 Cent Table You will find eomo valuable and useful articles for a email Salaries Fixed Burke Sullivan New Section Boss The Ohio county Fiscal Court has fix Â¬ Burko and Myrtle Sullivan two John Billy Prenton is the section boss for ed tbo salaries of county officers for the the Hendoraon Route at this point popular young people residing at Victo year 1890 aa follows County Judge J ria were united in marriage last Monday is band a boss But P Miller 050 County Attorney M L someBilly has Came now It aMother at the Catholic church by Rev Father Saturday boy Hoavrin tCSO And County Supt Fon Andrew Sullivan and Norah Brey and child doing well Rogers 800 Burko acted as attendants Has Returned Cpmpllmeatary Vote Cheppel Hardesty Miss Tula Daniels of Hardinsburg has Cuper Gardener a politician of Today at Mooleyvlllo A L Chappel from an extended visit at St Tobjnsport received a complimentary returned in marriageto Miss Mag Louis Mo She was accompanied home will bo united Vote as doorkeeper of the Indiana San Both are popular young gie Hardesty by her niece Miss Tula D Ely who will a4e Ciaper is a very popular g9ntlemau residents of the Mooleyvlllo neighbor be her guest adJs frUods hays groat hopes lor his hood Rev Father Reaux will perform political future the caremony Young Soldier Dead Â¬ - Â¬ 400 1000 a Suit We have made an order for another supply of our 1600 Sewing Machines chasing You should see them before purÂ¬ Â¬ SHELMAN imBgMMVrMMrSEmraasrog CO Irvington Ky rfrjii WWXfcE mmwmjmiwt Barney Snyder of Stephenspor Ky one of the boys whq joined the 22nd Regiment in this city a few weeks ago died shortly after going to Ft Cook Neb Bm ti jf Tta Kind Ycu Him Always BoujM JfjffMHEl msmtJmmuwwm i - jpwy yir Tjjr 1 7 TrilTlfym - yqfj avw IPT RSpPiPj A W boys is buck in our midst after being wino cellar and draws n generous flagon guests of their coueinBessio OConnoll discharged on account of n fractured ot the ruby liquor from the cask and Tuesday brings it into tho Iioubo Eugone Asking was tho srucBt of his hand itat D V Q Babutga Editors ml Froptiitn A glassful is poured for mo and Bill cousin Eli Ileavln Thursday There is talk of two moro telophono pours out a libation for himself which Mr John Beavln delivered his last lines coining to Garrett which will give we sip between sentences us communication with Meade Hardin WEDNESDAY IAN 18 1890 load ot tobacco Tuesday Tho wine is delicious Pure grapo Miss Mary Beavln was the gtiPHtnt her and Itreckfiirldgo counties juice with a delightful boquot nnd a tang aunt Mrs Koso OConnoll Sunday BRANDENBURG that gives it a zest and a piquancy that Miss Alice Beavln was the guest ot her Surely makes it grateful to the appetlto tho poet had this nectar In mind when sister Miss Annlo Beavin last week Mrs Dr Hardin lias been quito sick wiTUCw WMllhitirw fiwriw T MHHllMI JiiwSitii if he wrote but is able to bo up PELLVILLE The wine of the welt Little Lovd Jenkins Wells has had It sweetest and best That grows by the Beautiful riverpneumonia but is bettor Miss Virgie Brown has been very sick The liquor produces a genial waYmJth Mrs Hobbs of Hardin country Is Hilary Bruner will move to town soon He who has once partaken of yhm in tho blood and it loosens tho tongue visiting her son James Bland Mrs Mattie Hardin is down with Athbvi hotmlalUu can never retl JtKie After wo have discussed wlno and war Miss Bess Lewis Is visiting her Bistort esotorlc Buddhism and fruit tree grading fever enjoys it again Local Provekii Mrs Jesse Mnlin of Vino Grove- we find that the hands of tho clock have Craven Arbra moved to town last Wrlte to A 0 Burton Brandonburg Bill Aehbys home is not a triumph v taced around the dial until they stand at week Ky and get catalogue of the Normal modern architecture It cannot bo call tho hour of cock crowing We pledge Charles Creagar is visiting in MissisMr Burlou has thrco hundred pupils It is an each others health in another bumper of sippi ed a stately old mansion teaching in the schools of western KenVinaffin Mtnullllt 1111100 VClLIL HHAlniti wine and Bill leaves me to my thoughts nuuoub nwwrei Theo Helm will move to town In n tucky whito waahed loea for walls llie rootnsi and tho cheerful fire with a hearty week or two good night Thank you Mr Editor for Current aro low celled and have white washed Mrs Adam Hawes visited in Hawes Topics in last issue culled from my pro I gizo into tho blaze and enjoy the wide hallway rafters over head The villo last week ductions and the open fireplaces aro eloquent of sense of grateful appreciation that has Btrks head Wallaco Norrls Hawes parching been aroused within me by the hospi Â¬ comfort in time of summers Miss Sue Neill of Htithtoo is spending heat or winters freezing cold while the tality of my host and his family Their clerk is very sick some timo gith her aunt Miss Lee MIbs Mayme Helm is down with hem ancient old spinning wheel in the hall hospitality is as rugqed as honest and as Hngan It Is not orage of the lungi speaks of the things that aro buried in genuine as they themselves Mrs Cressap and children of Eliza hedged about by the artificial conven- Â¬ the tomb of the vanished years Miss Hortense Moseloy has boon very bothtown visited her sister Mrs James The house was built in 1820 by Bills tions that freeze one into stupidity It sick but is better Bland last week father who was one of the sturdiest is bo warm so genuine and the welcome Boru to tho wife ot Bony Kobblnson Doc Gray has returned from Porto is bo spontaneous that it precludes pioneers that ever taujjht three Kfl on tho 10th a 0 pound girl Rico with tho Legion boys is still very readin ritin and rithmetlc to the restraint or shyness and makes one feel Mis3 Ada Snyder of Owensboro is ill of typhoid fever children of a new born repvblic more at home than when ones nt home Mrs George L Neafus came down Afterward n9 I bury myself in the visiting her aunt Mrs Huff bluff overIt stands on a high School closed last week on account of from Louisville and is at Mrs Tames looking the Ohio and from its site in the billowy softness of au old fashioned Fontaines on business feather bed i implore n blessing upon the teactier Prof T D Hale being sick summer one can be Bill and his household and pray that Mrs Juno McGeheo has returned from Lulld by warm airs blowing lowly Uony Robins and Horace Lyons will Beneath a heaven dark and holy his kind may multiply on the face of the move from town to the Jim Cooms farm a visit to her daughter Mrs Stuart And watch the wondrous river drawing earth Pecke paugh of Eyansville soon slowly He is a typical Kentucklan and it is to the far ofT parMing Mr Roland OBryan has bren recalled Ills waters Jeff Head and family visited his tho Bill Ashbysof theBlue Grass state brlnt brother on the Cumberland river daring to his position in tho revenue service like the lotus eaters of old that keep alive its traditions and makes Christmas He has Bold his residence to Mr J D more than a Kentucky hospitality To night tho hill on which the house Several loads of tobacco pass down Hardin stands is bathed in the cold gray light of phrase every day aud the roads are gatting al Misses Lidu Powell and Faunie Ed Goodnight a winter moon A heavy fog envelops impassable Phillips and Mrs Chas Coleman went to tho lowland and out of this mystic Mort Mosely Deputy Conuty Clerk Louisville last Tuesday as guests of John shroud tho naked trees lift their tops and HARDINSBURG was at Herbert Friday attending to pen- - Powell clerk on Tell City guarled branches heaven stretch their siou claims The ladles of the Baptist church will ward like druidical priesta with arms County Court next Monday Bud Skinner of Lewlsport was hero give a catuly pulling next Friday night upheld in the performance of some wired Dr Henry Board hab the grip rito last week trading for Bud Browns farm at the Normal buildlrg after the Literary The roads leading to thin town are in a If the trade is made Bud Brown will circle concludes its program The scene is cold and lifeless It strikes a chill to the heart and I turn bad condition move to Oivensbjro Mrs Ella Dowden Gregory came up gladly from the window to the open grate Great interest in the revival at the city There has been more tradiig ot all last week to Bay good bye to her fam- Â¬ where a blazing fire crackles blithely hall still continues kinds here this winter than was ever ily buforo leaving with her husband for and the draught in the wide throated P M Beard and wife spent last Sun known before It Is foolish for any one Georgia Mr Grecory is still ill but chimney Bings a song of good cheer day at Union Star to cry hard times now aud if Bryan was hopes cbangj of climate will improve Bill is absent from the room It is the Â¬ Morris Beard and wife spent last Sun to come here with one of his old calami- him We all hope eo childrens bed time and while his wife day at Cloverport ty speeches he usad to make many of Mis Beulah Fontaine entertained a rocks the baby Mehitable Ann to sleep The preachers here are getting In some those who supputed him would laugh few friends last Saturday night for Miss he hears the boys prayers From across at him Bess Allen who left for home in Para Â¬ the hall I hear two childish voices re Â¬ strange reinforcements D J Morrison will shortly resign as dise Bottom Bess has been with hor Mrs Heed returned to her homo in peating Now 1 lay me down to sleep post master here in favor of Hilary D aunt Mrs Blanche Fontaine and has The prayer is finished and soon the two Louisville last Saturday Bruner who will keep the offl u in on won many hearts perhaps one in parti- Â¬ fair haired lads close their eyes in peace- Â¬ There were five huudred people at the Rav J D nection with a grocery store cular ful slumber city hall last Sunday night Hocker of Fordsville will buy Morri Mr Richard Knott of the Louisville Bill Ashby has nick named his two Mr Ed Brashear of Hawesville was sous house and lot and move here in Post is getting in some of tre ablest are here last Monday on ltgtl business boys Cyclone and Babe Thev It is not sottled what Morri- editorials ot the state When it comes tho spring skilled in wood craft and in the lore of Itev Leitchflehl arrived last Monday son will do but it is thought he will have to logic and rhetoric Mr Knott is field and fen They know all the pe- Â¬ to assist in the big revival at tho city a fat job in the revenue service and will ahead ot Congressman and Senators culiarities of the things with pans and moye toOweusboro hall The change of the He knows a good thing and drives it for claws that inhabit the domain over Post office from a staunci republican to all there is in it Mrs Kolaud Smith of Stephensport of mon- Â¬ which they exercise the sway a democrat may not suit the majority ot D M Duncan has bought the Meade All day long they have played as was hero last week visiting Mrs Will arch republicans here but they will have to County Messenger from Roland OBryan Lennin only healthy children can Every breath The farmers are rolling in their tobac- stand it for season at least aud will continue to conduct it nt tho they drew was full freighted with oxygen old stan I IXivId Duncan has given this and their diet of ozone gave them the co to this town now and it is helping STEPHENSPORT county the best paper it has ever had energy of giants In their play they ac- business He will make it better for 1899 than in They built complished mighty tasks Miss Ellen Stith has been sick for Mrs Kelsey of Cincinnati is visiting the past Ho is a literal newspaperman treat dams and created artificial lakes some time and it is feared sho has ty- Â¬ friends here on which they floated an argosy of Al and Ernest Bishop took a number phoid fever Services at the M E church next Sun Â¬ of prizes at the poultry house In New sted They erected mud vessels Joseph A Beavin has been appointed forts and resolved themselves into armies administrator of the estate ol Win L day by Dastor Rev Galloway Albany They will have a number of Mr John W Lewis of Southern Ky At first Cy- Â¬ Beavin deceased and fought right valiantly fine birds at tho Kentucky Stato Poultry clone tried to convince Babe that he Association which opens at Music Hall Judge Milton Board who has been is visiting his son Clint 0 Lewis was the army of Spain but Babe was Meade Mrs R A Smitli has returned from a in Louisville today Monday confined to his homo for some time is too patriotic to entertain so treasonable a visit to her daughter Mrs Will Lennin county should feel quite proud of the able to be out again proposition and the matter was com Â¬ Bishop Poultry Farm of Haruinsburg A good delegation from the Oakland promised by both appearing as American Miss Mary Taylor will leave in a lew Miss Blanch Clay Moseley spent last soldiers fighting under one ilag and for neighborhood nttended services hero at Saturday and Sunday in Cloverport the weeks for Russellville Ky to attend the tho same principle The battle resulted the city hall last Sunday marriage of her brother Percy to Miss guest of MiBS Lula Owen Andrew Severs came up from Clover appropriately in a draw Percy is on the staff ot the Mrs M Blain left last Thursday for Posey After the figtit the boys set snares for port last week and Bpent several days the Hot Springp Ark We hope she Courier Ledger of that city and is a very any wild game that might be prowling among his young friends here Mary bright promising young man will return much improved in health around and then hied themselves to the W Lamb and wife are here this week will go to Mayfisld to visit her aunt and barn where they played circus to their They will return to their home in TAR FORK a school mate before her return home hearts content with the colt and calves Nebraska about the middle of February 0 M Nevltt Good bvo last Satur Â¬ Cyclone tried to con- Â¬ as accessories The town trustees ought to put up a The sick are improving day and left for Dallas Texas to engage vince Babe that he was a rough rider but few more street lights There should be Mrs L C Taul Is quite ill in business for John McDonough How his steed a brindle calf threw him so a half dozen about the center of the soon our children grow away from us I Every thing goes the muddy way lie skinned his hands and town hard that all too quicklv we find our aching arms Prof Cokes school closed last week knees Babo had to give Cyclone five Thomas Taber who has been confined nnd hearts are empty of their burdons Â¬ Miss Douglas Tabling is on the sick pecans and a porcelain door knob to con to his home by sickness for some weeks and the child la a man He may wonder list sole him and stop his crying Sympathy post was able to be in town again last far may stay long but mothers arms is a great balm when it comes in the Delivering tobacco is tho primary ob- mothers love will linger like the per- Â¬ Monday shapo of gifts ject fume of sweet fragrant flowers The members of the Fiscal Court who After the circus in the barn tho boys Mr J B Rice went to Hardinsburg met here lost week tc fund the railroad Major J H Aehcraft of Faducah has made the round of their traps They debt at a lower rate of interesladjourned Monday been appointed Commissioner on the were successful in snaring tho best layMr Frank Ruppert went to Hardins without taking any definite action in the Shlloh National Park commission to ing hen on the farm and they found a burg Monday matter succeed Gen Buoll on a salary of 3000 few tufts of rabbit skin near one of the Rov 0 W Stone preached at Cave a year and it is a life appointment Maj Licensed to marry Rufus Dowell to traps which convinced these mighty Spring Sunday Ashcraft was born and raised- - to manhunters that a sly fox had stolen their Alma N Corden George Worlham to Nancy K Ulissett Presley Nottingham to If you want tho worth of your money hood in old Brandenburg and married quarry Elizabeth Bradley M 0 Johnson to call on J B Rice Miss Mollle Brown of this place one of After Bupper the boys seated them Lena Uutier Geo W Dowell to Ira G Beulah aud Ernest Rice were guests ot tho handsomest girls that ever graced tho stranger selves at the feet of Carlton 0 It Carlton to Ethel M Sprin Aubrey and Loyd Rico Sunday our society We all extend congratula- Â¬ and listened gate Thos Thomas to Laura within their gates Sipes A L tions A Mr Harrel one of Oaks promising The Big to the wierd tales of Chappel to Maggie Hardesty I made mention two weeks ago of the widowers attendod church at Caye Sj ring Sized Bear and the Lit- Â¬ Bear tho Middle There was some talk on the streets here Sunday death of Mr Will Richardson which Their eyes opened wide with tle Bear wonder at the splendors of Aladdins Monday to the effect that a petition School in district No 01 close Friday occurred iu Arkansas not Tennessee as gorgeous palace and they wept over the would he presented to the County Judge It was an ugly day but there was a good stated he had changed residence News in the near futuresigned by the requisite fate of tho Babes in the Wood I feel thankful to the pat- reached here last Saturday that his wlfo attendance number ot citizens of the county asking rons for their hearty co operation and had died of pneumonia and loavlng Though tired in mind and body they him to call an election at which three kind hospitality several children who will come hero to ulso thank the pu I reluctantly respond to fathers invitation commissioners should be elected to pila for their attendance and department make their homo with relativcb Mrs to say their prayers but soon they are handle the financial affairs of the county R H Nuvitt D S Richardson and Win in bed sleeping the sleep of the pure and This it is said may be done as provided Bow ley Tiia circumstances are ex GARRETT Good Father whom innocent and the by section 1847 of tho general statutes tremely sad and we all sympathize with they have invoked to guard them has set This would take the matter out of tho the relatives deeply John Funk aud Bob Buckler went to an angelic host about their cots to shield hands of the members of the Fiscal during the watches of Brandenburg Friday them from harm Court Let the Tax Payers Holi tbe Bonds the night Casper Funk was at home Thursday Will the Honorable Court allow a tax- Â¬ girl is wake Mehitable Ann the little ROCK LICK night to attend tho party payer to suggest a method by which our ful Her mother crooning a gentle lulMr Nick Tilford went to Bowling railroad tax bonds can bo funded laby endeavors to rock tier to sleep J J Askins was in Glendeane Friday Green this week to attend school It Is the issuance of a 520 4 percent Mehitablo Ann however baa music in Wedding bells are beginning to ring Mr B J Carico Jr and family spent bond in denominations of 120 50 and her soul and her baby voice high keyed Annie and Laura Beavin were the Monday with J G Rohy and family 100 and that they be sold by subscripand full of Btrange littlo trills and qua W B Mattingly has moved to our tion to parties who reside within the is merged into the mothers huah vers town and put in a line ot groceries tax district No 1 person being allowed song making a melody bo sweet and holy to buy bonds in excess of his annual rail- of One box of that It is the wondrous iccornation Tutts Pills will save Mr John Slpea went to Hardin county read tax until all the smaller purchases this week to see relatives that were ill love Bill having got the boys to aloep joins many dollars in doctors bills Charles Ritchie and family were the be supplied By this method every tax the other room and we sit before They willsurely cure alldiseases guests of Gub Bunger and family Friday payer who owns a bond will become the me in recipient and beneficlery ot the tax he the fire and talk We run the whole of the stomach liver or bowels Stuart Owens the grocery drummer pays The tax payors of our district gamut of phlloaoply we farm practically was here Thursday calling on our mer Â¬ have 100000 in the banks receiving and theoretically and Just as we have chants therefor 3 per cont why not allow them evolved a scheme ot political economy For sick headache dyspepsia Mr and Mrs France Ritchie gave a to buy these bonds with this surplus and would result in honest politicians that malaria constipation andbilio partv Thursday night On account of thereby retain this tax money within we discover we are dry In St Pauls prescription usness a million people endorse bad j weather thero was a small attend Â¬ our own territory in tho hands of those Bill believes ance who pay it out instead of letting specu of a little wine for the stomachs sake Tom McDonald one ot our soldier lators who may probably reside outside ad lighting his lantern goes to tho BRECKENRIDGE ISEWS dlfu 6 When the children get their feet wet and take cold give them a hot foot bath a bowl of hot drink n dose of Aycrs Cherry Pectoral and put them to bed The chances arc they will bo Con- Â¬ all right in the morning tinue the Cherry Pectoral a few days until all cough has dis- Â¬ appeared Old coughs arc also cured we mean the coughs of bron- Â¬ chitis wnnk thrnnts and Irritable Even the hard coughs lungs arc always or consumption made easy and frequently cured Dy tnc continuca use oi REDUCTION SIX PAGES THAT REDUCES SIlHtWTtfr fl Bill MW fW TaniiyjpJtytrJrT io Off Per Cent 10 Per Cent Off Wool Dress Goods Wool Underwear For Ladies and Children Mens Overcoats Mens Heavy Suits Mens HeavyCassimere Suits Boys and Children Cassimere Suits mv Â¬ Ap Oieprii pectoral Every doctor knows that wild cherry bark Is the best remedy known to medical science for soothing and healing inflamed throats and lungs Â¬ Children Jackets Ladies Capes Put ono of Dr Ayers Cherry Pectrjral Per Cent Off Ladies Jackets Plasters over your Sungs Tho Dost Medical Ail vice Frool Wo now liive tome of tho moil emi Â¬ nent vhyslulmis In the United State Unusual oiiiimtunltlca and loiiK oxnerl oneo eminently nt them for kIvIihi you mu uwj nedlcal advice r caie partlcu a nr t n Avru Lowell Mass THE FAIR Cloverports Leading One Price House Â¬ our territory become the beneflceries We only offer this suggestion to - set others thinking along this line of thought fully believing that In this way if properly brought before tho people that this troublesome problem of fund Â¬ ing those railroad bonds can be Bolved io tho satisfaction of the people of the Chintz Royalty tax district r DO S4a SSSSSfl35 p GLENDEANE Mrs YOU WANT THE TIME Perry Hoskins has the chills Â¬ John Denne went to Louisville Sun day night Glen Fisher spent last week in Mill wood If so take advantage chase of 25 worth of our fine offer For every pur- Â¬ of goods from ub we present you FREE an artistic Â¬ Â¬ feather-ma- Mr E H Cooper has been quite sick for several days Dr Hart of McDaniels was here on business Saturday Dr Dempster returned from Louis- Â¬ ville Saturday night is at- Â¬ Fred McDonald of Henderson tending school here The town was full of drummers last week Seven one day D 0 Moormau was in Hardinsburg Saturday delivering tobacco Willie Ford ot Fordsville is operating ir a saw mill near Rockvale Clint Willis and wife moved last week and are now keeping house Miss Carrie Owen spent the week QUARTERLY REPORT with her slator Airs Dick Owen or the Miss Julia Chambliss of Haynesville is the guest of Miss Hallie Moorman BANK OF HARDINSBURG Mess Nannie Fisher spent Sunday in town the guest of Mrs Dr Dempster Ilnrdinsburj Ky Henry Moorman Jr returned Sun Â¬ day from Millwood after a visit of two At the close of business on the 31st day weeks o December 1898 Ed Olemmons en earnest young man from Rockvale has cast his lot with the RESOUHCKS Bronze Clock Free as the Air you Breathe Green Flag Bargain Store H BAKER BROS KENTUOKY QUARTERLY REPORT OF THE L HARDINSBURG jj BRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport Ky At the close of business on the 31st day of December 1898 ItESOURCES Utopians Leans and discounts less 11150398 11779 7ilJ7 5 3000 63546 1611500 1134666 1000 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ loans to directors Qrip hasnt made much progress here Mr Cuttis is nfllicted with it there be Â¬ Overdrafts unsecured Due from National banks ing but few other cases Notwithstanding tho immonse amount Danting house and lot Other real estate of rain our people are going on with Other stocks and bonds work until it is a dillicult matter to Exchanges for dealings their Furniture and fixtures find items 1713751 Loans and discounts less loans to directors Loans to officers Overdraits unsecured Due from National banks 1710470 Due from state banksandbank- e Hanking house nnd lot Other real estate- U S Bonds Other stocks and bonds 1735939 1181160 161000 t3 v 97 933S 7 300000 1150000 Highly Complimented Il71855jt LIABILITIES 13000 Â¬ Sleci Curtney Furnltureand Fixtures Debts in suit Stamp Account 3o867j IJ64780 aooooo 1010000 000000 3647 86 Bate Washington a leading farmer at Capital stock paid n In cash Irvington said that the Farmers Insti- Â¬ Undivided profits subject tute Edition of the Nkws was a fine piece Deposits interest to check Ion Is not paid 6653576 which Tho only fault I found with Time certificates of deposits of work on which interest is paid 74639 53 the write up said he was that vou did not say enough of Ed Oglesby Ho 1 gave tho most practical tho most valua Stats or Kentucky County ot llrecktnrldge J cc ble and the most profitable talk at the Â¬ 5iSoai 1w47 14000 I13SJ1673 141173 19 LIABILITIES Surplusfund Capital stock paid In In cash t It7185531 jj10000 000000 jQ institute County Surveyor Chintz Royalty said I have been iu practically every home in the county I have found the Bkbck kniiidqk Nuwh in sovonty uve per cent ot them I never saw a county paper that excelled tho News DEPARTMENT OP AGRICULTURE LADOU AND STATISTICS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Save Your Money No Reckless Assertion Fiiankfout Ky Jan 12 1809 John Babbage Esq Cloverport Ky My Bear Sir Issue ol Bheckkniuixik Nkws of 11th is received I desiro to compliment you on the excollent write up ot the meeting nnd to thank you for the deep Interest you have taken in mak ing it a success The farmers aro to bo congratulated on the possession of a paper so alive to their interests Please soud me 60 copies of the issue if you have them I want to uaa them in advertising the work iu counties where interest Is slack Very truly yours Luoab Moo an Commissioner Cashier Dank or Hardlruburjr a bank located and dolns business In the city of liar dlnsburg in said county being duly sworn says that the foregoing report Is In all respects a true statement of the condition of the said bank st tho close of business on the 31st day of December 1898 to the best of his knowledge and belief and further says that the business ol said bank has been trans acted at the location named and not elsewhere 1 ndthatjhe above rerortls made In compliance with an official 1 oticj received Irom the Secretary of State deslgrat nir the 30th day ot December 1 898 as the day onwlilcli uch report shall be made M II riEARD Cashier O WHKAHD- J Directors MojKiaEsKRiDCi I I IlKAID Subscribed and sworn to before ma by M It Beard the gth day of January 1899 Imnk Hoard N My commission exphes with next session Ken Â¬ tucky Senate M H Heard Undivided profit Due depositors as follows vU 1 Deposits subject to chrck on which Interest is not paid a45971j Time certificates of deposit on which interest Is paid 938SQ l7aS6 10 406 06 Fund to pay taxes Dividend 3 Jf dividend declared h dY I3J3 00 STATorKETUcr J IBC When you go to Hardinsburg stop at tho County ol llieclnnridjH 00 A B Skillman taahierof Breckinridge Bank a bank located and dojng butlnet at Ifo Wall street In the city ot Cloverport in sajd county being duly sworn says that the foregoing report lain all re Â¬ spects a true statement of the condition of the said bank at the close of bottots4 on the 31st day of fee 98tqthe best of hi knowledge and belief and further says that the business of laid bsokhas been transacted at the1 location named and not elsewhere and that the above report Is made in compliance with an official notice recelroJ from the Secretary of State designating the jlttday of Dec 189S as the day on which such report shall tje made A U SkiumaK Cashier W IL Bowxsa Subscribed and sworn U Ubte me by A B Skdlman cashier tbe 6th day of January iDog p cum b bkiumam if Commission expires Jan id 1000 Commercial - Hotel JAMES UAURIS Proprietor Houm Newly Purnlshed Throughout -- RATES REASONABLE r a TUTTS Liver PILLS C mtfliAm Prlcfs Advancing The W Marrs of GarUeld says There ban been a sharp advance In J Farmeis Institute Edition of the Nkws prices io the local grain market Local was a splendid one Mrs Stephens pa Millers are paying 30 cents per buahel for corn and 15 cent for wheat per was good Â¬ A PRACTICAL SUftVETtoR For infowBtttUiftoa aut voying writ je at OLOrVKrQTf KY BEAVIN cmJLUm issTttiXt iiWa aVttnataA aC1 fc pBHSSfSBwS iwmyryiuuFM1 fvwsv I VsVtV Breckenridge WEDNESDAY News 8 FARM AND STOCK 18 1899 rih Regardless of Age I JAN I rf j J o o Nico lino Clothing 289 - to to 350 Fine Tailor Made 400 J 750 1250 Extra fine Tailor Made fancy eilk and satin linings 8 to 49c- - to 1000 to 10 Extra nico Jackets in Astricanp Beaver cloth strictly tailor made 500 Strictly Tailor Made Broad Cloth and Cheviot Jackets 250 to 500 ita troubles Mark your childs smp toms you may And it troubled with worms give its WHITES OUEAM VER MIFUGE and restore it to quietness and health Price 25 cents A It Fisher A LONG WAIT To Clmrni n Wito Home Louisville sold over 7000000 worth of iu Heading Pa whoso wife leaf tobucco Inst year left him sat n whole evening boiling thnt OIIIcImIs reports show that 100000 hogB wifes stockings Mo had been told by a died in Indiana from cholera valued at fortuno toller that boiling hor stockings 5000000 would compel tho wifo to return to him Ed R Rowland bought for Cogar Davis 500 barrels of corn at Brassfleld at Red Hot From tho Gun 1 50 Richmond Register Was the ball thnt hit G B Steadman Tho cream of two skimmlrgi mixed of Newark Mich in the Civil War It caused horriblo Ulcers tlinl no treatment cannot bo made to yield up its butter as helped for LO years Then Bucklens perfectly as from ono skimming Observe the utmost cleanliness from Arnica Salve cured him Cures Cuts tho time the cW is brought to tho barn Bruiaee Burns Boils FbIoub Corn Skin Eruptions Best Pile cure on earth until tho butter is on the market 25 cts a box Cure guatauteed Sold In 18S3 tho exports from the United by 8hort Haynes Druggisto States to Africa were but slightly over 3000000 in 1898 thoy were 17510 Paris and Its Trees 730 Paris contains more trees than any J O Johnson bought of Farris city in the world which it the reason Whitley 200 fat hogs at 3u Corn is sellwhv its streets aud avenues are so beau ing at 1 50 delivered Danville Advo tiful These trees aro principally if cate three kinds the chestnut and rcacM A 000 pound hog whoso molt meassuch aa line tho Chumps EljsetBand llii ured three eet two inches inlongth was lime tree which grows in such abund slaughtered by G T Ashlock of Lincoln ance in the Boiii do Boulogne aud on cercounty tain of the outer boulevards Corn at tho crib sold at 170 per bar rel in Bourbon and in the shock 40 To the Public Cotswold sheep brought 5 00 Stanford We aro authotized to guarantee overy BltECKKNRIUOE NEWS bottle of Chamberlalns Cough Remedy Journal The Ellzabethtown News teports salo and if not satisfactory to refund the monSUCIDAL MANIA ey to the purchaser There is no better of 40 cattle for February delivery 1300 medicine made for la grippe colds and pounds at 4J and two cars of 1350 pound Attacks Bachelors and Spinsters Oftener whooping cough Price 25 and 50o per cattle to Indianapolis parties at 4 Jo Than Married Folks bottle Try it A R Fmher Clover Tho best manngid dairies in Minnesota port It A Sbelltnnu Stephensport have reduced the cost of manufacturing a pound of butter to 1 28 cents The An English weekly journal says that prevailing price in other States is about advocates of early marriage will be PAUPERS COST A MILLION 3 cents pleasod to learn that bachelors and spinsters are far more liable to suicidal mania A strange custom is followed by Mexi A Year In Indiana Â¬ Gravel Road Opcan fanners They use oxon of one color than husbands and wives For instance erations in the morning and another color in the during the five years ending December afternoon They do not know why but 1S95 tho total number of suicidal patientB Tho state of Indiana spent 1050014 17 they know it must bo the right thi g to admitted between the ages of twenty on Its poor in 1898 The per capita cost and twenty four was four hundred and varies from 099 in Crawford county to do because their forefathers did it Judge J K Sumrall shipped several twenty of whom no fewer than three 010 in Pulaski hundred and fifty flvo wero single On About 1000000 has been spent on car loads of 1350 pound cattle to the New York market and they netted him herp the other hand those who believe that free gravel roads There aro 8083 the weather effects the mind will proba- of free and 278 miles of toll gravel roads after deducting all charges 4 CO a hun Â¬ dred He also Eold a bunch of hogs to oiy ue surprised to learn tnat tiio max in tho sixty four counties reporting Russel of Danville at 3 cents one of ium number of Bixty three patients per diem is admitted during the month of Many an innocent little darling is sufl the porkers weighing 020 pounds May while the minimum daily number oring untold agony and cannot explain Harrodsburg Democrat A man Â¬ Â¬ S2b3SbSSS5dy Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ atl The kidneys are responsible for more sickness suffering and deaths than any other organs of the body A mojnrity of the ills allllctlng peoplo to day Ib traceable to kidney trouble It prevades all classes of society in all cli Â¬ mates regardless of age sex or condition Tho symptoms of kidney trouble are unmistakable such as rheumatism neu- Â¬ ralgia sleeplessness pain or dull acho in the back a desiro to urinate often day or night profuse or scanty supply Uric acid or brick dust deposit in urine aro signs of elegged kidneys causing poisoned Bnd germ lllled blood Some Â¬ times the heart acts badly and tube casts wasting of tho kidneys aro found in tho urine which if neglected will re- Â¬ sult in Brights Disease tho most dan Â¬ gerous form of kidney trouble All these symptoms and conditions aro promptly removed under the influence of Dr Kilmers Swamp Root It has a world wide reputation for its wonderful cures of tho most distressing cases No one need bo long without it as it Is so easy to got at n drugstoro at fifty cents or one dollar You can havo a sample bottle of this wondeiful discovery Swamp Root and a book telling all about it both sent you absolutely freo by mail Send your address to Dr Kilmer Co Bighamton N Y and kindly mention that you read this liberal offer in the wmmmm iEi BLACK DIAMONDS Are very scarce but every Lump of Baskett Coal Is a Jewel Its ITS AN ECONOMICAL COAL That is the verdict of all COAL as a fuel houeskeepers who use BASKETT good points are numerous Â¬ For tho reason that it gives more heat for tho money than any other coal on tho market It makes a steady lasting fire Fill your Btovo or grate with it at night close your drafts and youve got a firo that lasts until morning You do not have to uso as much BASKETT COAL as you do others hecauso it has more substance and weight to it than the fast burning coal ITS A CLEAN COAL Tho BASKETT COAL is clean All good bituminous coal produces clinkers so does the BASKETT but it makes less clinkers and less ashes than most other varieties and is therefore an ideal grate or stove fuel Â¬ Â¬ Is a superb fuel for uso in flouring BASKETT GOAL millB tobacco factories saw mills and manufacturing plants Special Prices in Carload Lots ADDRESS COMMUNICATIONS TO A Pulaski county farmer k k Ycakcl y k i 4 cmuuouuuig Eight Years Must Pass Before Girls Can Pop the Question WWn4 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE jjjrnjra Anyone landing a sketch and description rani quickly ascertain oar opinion freo w ether an invention it probably patentable Commnnlca UonsstrlctlyconfldentlaL Hand book on Patents sent free Oldest agency f or secunnff aieuu Patents taken through Munn ft Co rocelro trxeiat notice without chareo In the Designs Copvriohts Trade Marks c A handsomely Illustrated weekly Largest dr culatlon of any sclentlflo journal Terms 3 a reart four months 1 Sold by all newsdealers Branch Offloo Scientific ntttericati 0NNCo 624 There will be no leap year for eight years February 1005 will have but twenty eight days the extra day appear ing from 1990 to 1004 Centenary years are not leap years That rule will be broken in tho leap year 2000 when the interruption may be regarded ae an indication that it is time for a change Centenary years divisible by 400 are leap years consequently there were twenty nine days in February 1000 and the same number of days will be given to February 2000 and again to 2400 Tho object of this rule is to make the calendar year coincide with the solar year London Aiiswere New York T BL Washington D C TheGRtf0Pf r6 t Â¬ Sff Ml H II v rsrAVSJSBBBJSBBBBBBBBBM ready to entertain It requires nosklll to oper ate It and reproduce tho music of bands orchestras vocalists or Instru- Â¬ Most fascinating Inven Â¬ tion of the mcc Always nothing like It for an evenings entertainment Other so called talking machines reproduce only records of subjects specially prepared In a laboratory but the Graphqphone Is not limited to such performances On tho Oraphophone you can easily make and Instantly reproduco records of the olce or any sound Thus It constantly awakens new Interest and Its charm Is ever fresh Tho reproductions are clear and brilliant O Edison and Mtcdonald Our establishment Is lieitcl gnnrter ortuvror1l for Talking Machines and TaUlnsAlaclunaSQMiiles Write for catalogue COLUMBIA tnpntfll BAlnflta Thorn Cra0wies arepatenU of Hell 10 i for Tatnter Manufactured under the PH0N06RAPH CO npd Dept 30 010 Pennsylvania Avenue D O Chicago Paris Philadelphia Washington Buffalo Washington Nov York St Louis Baltimore Nevsd Opinions OF National Importance The Sun ALONE CONTAINS BOTH Daily by A Thousand Tongues Could not express the rapture of An Â¬ nie E Springer of 1125 Howard St Philadelphia Pa when she ound that Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption had completely cured her of a hack- Â¬ ing cough that for many years has made life a burden All other remedies and doctors could give her no help but she says of this Royal Cure It soon relieved the pain in my chest and I can now sleep soundly something I can scarcely re- Â¬ member doing before I feel like sound- Â¬ ing its praises throughout the Universe So will every one who tries Dr Kings New Discovery for any trouble of the Swilzorland 02 Belgium 01 Austro Throat Chest or Lungs Price COc and Hungary 00 Russia Portugal nnd the 100 Trial bottle free at Short Hay Netherlands 50 each Italy 24 The nes drugstoro every bottle guaranteed United StatPB uses the moat eggs of any land 10000000000 being required dur Â¬ Absolute Indifference A woman who has been a victim of ing the year or 133 to each inhabitant Canada comes next with 90 epga per indigestion and is kept to dyspeptics diet most of the time was recently invit inhabitant Denmark 80 France 78 ed to a dinner which she was anxious to Germany 75 the United Kingdom 39 and Italy but 37 attend Â¬ She went to her telephone and trustSonora correspondent Elizabothtown ing to somewhat unreliable memory she News Many largo stock deals have g asked to be connected by the recently been made by our traders J R Central with telephone 2391 Hlghbaugh last week sold to Jeffrey When the connection had been made Fuller Co of Indianapolis Iud she began her plaintive query without 85 head of cattle ayeraging 1000 pounds any prefatory Is that you doctor each at 4 25 L B Summers disposed I want very much to go to a little of two car loads to the same firm at 4 75 dinner to morrow night she began rap- Â¬ S J Patterson has shipped five car loads idly and do you think it would hurt of stock to Mansfield Jeffries of Louis- Â¬ me if I ate Just a tasto of soup and perÂ¬ ville and J P Sullivan and W II Bland haps a little flab or the least trifle of havo some 700 head of good cattle at game and a bit of salad or ice 7 I really present feeding for the early spring think my stomach market This week our stockmen are Here she was interrupted by a voice on the moye to gather up more cattle from the other end of the wire W H Bland J R Hlghbaugh are in Madam it said coldly eat what Tennessee in quest of tho bovine tribe ever you please This is the Meteor D II Hlghbaugh John Brasiiear Rtone Rnbber Company- - Youths Gotnpan Patterson and L B Summers are in ion Loulsyille on the steer hunt It is re- Â¬ ported that our traders are preparing to have a stock salo at this place that will far surpass the one held last spring Â¬ over-obligin- cultivating ginseng and finds theres big money in it He set out a half acre of Dr Bulls Congh Syrup is a remarkathe weed a few years ago and this year ble medicine A dry tickling hackinfrcough the sold about 800 dollars worth though warning that consumption lutks near needs no some of that was bought from other par- other doctor but Ur Hulls Cough Syrup It posities and turned over at a good profit tively cures throat nnd lung trouble The price for the cultivated root is much An Incident of Driving In Hawaii higher than can be obtained for tbat Senator Henry Waterhouse has just which grew wild He has sold a great deal of the cultivated root for 5 per had a thrilling experience in the quick pound and says he could dig every root sauds of Niu He was driving in that district with a Portuguese servant- The he has and sell it at 0 per pound Senator took his team too far mnkai and Chicago handled about a million more the horses went down in the sand till head cf live stock in 1898 than ever be only their heads and shoulders were in fore Cattle showed a decrease of about sight The rig sank till only half wheels 77000 hogs a gain of abiut 987000 and were in view By his usual coolness the slieep were close to the lianuor notch Senator managed after much toil to get While receipts of hogs were the largest his rig the horses the frightened Portu on record even without 540000 head guese boy and himself out of the dangerpacked iu the heart of the city the prices ous place The Senator is now in favor were highest since 1895 but nearly 3 of having dangerous signals displayed at per 100 lbs lowor than 1893 when it was quicksand pits Pacific Commercial Ad000 Cattle averaged the highest since vertiser 1885 with she stock relatively higher than steers Western range cattle were La Orippo Successfully Treated 30c higher than in 1887 and the highest I have just recovered frouthe second since 1884 Texas cattle were also 30c attack of la grippe this year says Mr highor The ayeragd price of sheep Tas A Jones publisher of the Leader 4 25 was the highest in many years and Mexia Texas In the latter caso I used 1 45 per 100 lbs righer than in 1894 Chamborlains Cough Remedy aud I Lambs wero 40c higher than in 1897 and think with considerable succes only be180 higher than in 1894 ing in bed a little over two days against In the eating of meat the United ton days for the former attack Tho sec States heads all nations Not lees than ond attack I am satisfied would have been 11000000000 pounds of meat is used equally as bad as the first but for the use here overy year or 147 pounds to each of this remedy as I had to go to bed in person Five thousand million pounds about six hours after being struck with is neof 4000000000 pounds is pork and it while it the first case I was able to at 800000000 pounds m tton The United tend to business about two days before Kingdom stands next with 100 pounds getting down For sale by A R per inhabitant Norway uses 80 pounds Fisher Cloverport R A Shellman France 77 Spuin 70 Germany 04 Stephensport Â¬ is said to be of fifty two only is reached in November of eacli year I Pittsburg Coal Company BASKETT KY Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ iGiucaiyraiflST Â¬ Â¬ Why Suffer Agony Whon DONS COMPLETE TILE OUKE is guaranteed to euro you It is tho discovery of an eminent physician No Knife I No ONLY An 1 00 A YEAR All the Leading Feature hat have made this journal so iopulir art- - to be retained the coming year and many new ones added Â¬ Interruption of Business Ideal Farm and Family Weekly as Live Stock Dairy Itc Cnrm Such Horticulture Poultry lib rdllll Ing otn- P Market Gardening and Tho first treatment brings immediato relief It has cured thousands and will euro you MR T S WILCOX prominent merchant politician and chief of tho Chattanooga Firo Department says Â¬ Â¬ After years of suffering DONS PILE OINTMENT was rec- Â¬ ommended to ins The use of one box effected a permanent cure I voluntarily give you this statement hoping It will be the means of bringing your wonderful remedy to the attention of others suf- Â¬ fering with piles cr PIC written by Practical and Successlul Farmers sup plcinuntcd wth Illustrations by able aiiists com Â¬ bine to mak it Invaluable lo thoie who farm it for nlivinj The Latest riarkets ami Commercial Agri- Â¬ culture Crop Reports In their season Con Â¬ densed Farm News ami Letters among the Farmers are Leading Features in whKn the Amkkican Aokiculti rist U not excelled It has reliable Special Correspondents at the Oeneral and Local Harket Centtrs all over the United States iuuiuiuji Price 100 Prepaid to any Address DON CHEMICAL COMPANY CHATTANOOGA TENN Â¬ Stories Latest Fancy Work Cook 1IIIKS 11ZlO Doctor wlh I baiuiQO contests Library 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to take quick to Haynes act Short J 77 O F OWEN WITH CO USEFUL PREMIUMS Are given club raisers snd good paying commis Â¬ sions are allowed agents Dally Courier Journal i Year Dally and Sunday i Year I PICKETT TOBACCO WAREHOUSE A BRIDGES Sunday alone Year 6oo 8oo Si oo Bullet In n Living Heart Proprietors - nail Sunday by 6 a BillyipJ nail - 8 yeir s year iham bare often wished for a medicine pleasant to take and at last hare found It Iu Kascarau Since taking them my blood nasbeonpuilned and taj complexion has Im Â¬ proved wonderfully and I feel much hotter In evory way Una tUiXu tt HitXJKLuttroll Teun CANDY OAtORETS do ull claimed flir and aro atrillv wondfarful mndlcitiA I BLOOD - BAD WMIWHIIB The Eagle King of All Birds is noted for its keen sight clear and dis Â¬ tinct vision So aro those persons who use Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve for weak eyes styes sore eyes of any kind or granulated lids Sold by all dealers The Sunday Sun Is the grtateat Suadfiy Newspaper In th world Prlsi 5c I 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who will rroaw and pav In ad Â¬ vance or to all new subscribers who will pay In advance Sample copies Courier Journal seat lrt on application TKAOI MMIH SIIIWStD i cofy ly Mill 2 a yurP uooo Tfjvnwm Pleasant AdVtraM TW SUN Nsw York Niter Sicken tUata WMfSSi latabln Weaken ur Gripe Potent fU Qcod Kc lOo mmammBmmmmmmmtmmmmmmmmmmmmtkM UrHM Dim MfcivtVff Cough Cur cur sWTlAJaA ft LJMVlfg b JJ w wrm fvWIWWVJWiVWWJll Mfur VUnflMrAIIUHi Tut CkUM MMlntl Kiw Working Night and Say The busiest and mightiest little thing that ever was made is Dr Kings New Life Pills Every pill is a sugar coated globule of health that changes weakness over 30000 volumes collected durngBx into strength lixllessness Into energy ty years Books pn tho history of he brain fag Into mental power Theyre West predominate and amoog them Col wonderful In building up the health Roosevelt worked while preparing his Only 25o per box Sold by Short A Hay Winning of thWMt nes Â¬ undsr tbls oiler mutt be sent BRECKENRIDGE NEWS a tarn m ouisyilleKy One Minute Cough Cure curtw That Is what It wu suds fer JOSH BILLINGS A Miserable Condition BANK NEWS OF THE WEEK i Doctors Could Not Ilcllovo CURED by Quo Bottlo Tell Somo Very Interesting Things Abput Hens m m OF I AW wmnW Urisxtsmm DrMMFinKR Dtar Sir Fiibdowia NY Jnly 1804 In 1887 1 had txen afflictod with a complication of aliments Including pain In left aide kidney and bladder troublo and loucorrhoea I lost fiosb and bocme to miserable that I could not be around In this distressed condition I sought the aid ot an eminent physician but he did not seem to be able to find a remedy that would reach tor case and I received no benoflu Kidney Finally I was advlsod to try your and Backache Cure I felt bettor the tint day after Winning Its use Within three days I was much better and by the time one bottle was taken I was wholly relieved A alight return a few months later was cured by one half bottle of same No return since Tho best time taw sett n lieu Ik when the lien ix ready I kant tell you what the best breod lz but the Shatiliijjh Ir the meanest It kosta nz much to board ono nz it duz a stage host nud you might az well undertake to fat a fanning mill running oats thru it There aint no profit in keeping a hen for lilz epgi if he lays less than ono a day Hens are lorn lived if they dont koutract the thront disease there Iz a great many goes to pot every year by this mellonkolly disease I kant tell eggsactly how to pick out a good hen but az a general thing tho long eared ones I knonte the least apt Eggs packed ty skretnh up the garden in tqual parta of lime vater with tho other end down will keep from 30 to 40 Fresh years if they are not disturbed beel stake Iz good for hens I suppose 4 or G pounds n day would bo awl a hen would need at fust along 1 shall bo happee to advizo with you at eny time on the en question and take pay for my advise in egge Â¬ Rich gold Hilda have been imidn In Utah SpHiileh will be taught in the public schools at Wabash intl Its a Good Thing IS THE No individual no family should bo without tho Holy Scripture Tho Brcckenridgo Nowb offera as a promium a gonuino Oxford Tcachors Biblo and ono years subscription to tho News for HAMOTSBURG B F BEAUD President WILL MILLEU Vice President M II BEAKD Caul ler G a T c- - Hiram Walker tho b g Canadian whiskey distiller is dead George M Pullman denies that he has procured a divorce from his wife John Young Brown has announced hi nisei f as a candidate for Governor A barb wire trust has been formed at Trenton N J with 10000000 capital JBIlBIvE 2 SO f I DIRECTORS MOKRIS ESKRIDGE J R M JOLLY INTEREST PAID ON TIME W BEARD DEPOSITS Henderson Route Louimlle Henderson Si lv m Ionia Rt Co Chauncey Depew Is the unanimous nhoice of tho New York republicans for Senator Seven prisoners broke out from the Warren cjunty jail last week and made their escape The New York It gislature is nbout to pass a bill limiting tall buildings to 200 feet in height rime Card In Effect Dec4 No 1838 The Biblo is bound in Morocco has Patent Index Concordance Maps and Biblo History has heretofore cost 8500 It St Louis Evansville Henderson Baskets SpilUville Heads Worth ngton Stanley Griffith Mattingty Oweniboro KAST HOUND No Lv 6 Mam 71A 4 44 No 46 1 The Childs Bible and the Breckenridge News 200 7S1 7S8 745 7 52 7 66am 2 20pm 2 40 3 01 3 7 3 211 3 29 3 83 3 44 3 53 Hardinsburg Kentucky many cases resulted in pneumonia it was observed that the attack was never followed by that disease when Chamber Â¬ HAS THREE WIVES lains Cough remedy was used It counteracts nny tendency of a cold or la Democratic Congressman From Utah grippe Every bottle warranted For a Polygamlst R A sale by A R Fisher Cloverport Shellman Stephcnsport B H Roberta the democratic congSOLDIER from Utah besides being ressman-elect the husband of three living wives ia also the father of twin babies The twins Alade a Ohastly Pontoon Bridge of are the issue of one of Mr Koberte plur Â¬ Cofilns Congressman Roberta al marriages deny that he is the husband of does not When the British forces were march- Â¬ three women but it is not at all likely will accom- Â¬ ing in Pekin in 1800 after the capture of that any one of the number the Taku forts one of the rivers became pany him to Washington so swollen with the heavy rains that it Mr S A Fackler Editor of theMicau Being aware was rendered impassable opy Fla Hustler with his wif9 and that tho Chinese generally ordered their children Buffered terribly with La Griope cotlins years in advance and keep them OneMinute Cough Cure waa the only on the premises orders were given to remedy that helped them It acted search all the houses of the village and quickly Thousands of others use this collect every cofliu With the aid of a remedy as a specific for La Grippe and few empty cisks the soldiers constructed its exhausting after eflecte Short a pontoon bridge of coilins sufficiently Haynes strong to bear the artillery and the riv Â¬ er was thus passed in safety FOR DIPHTHERIA Paul Perry of Columbus Ga suffered A Sure Cure For This Dread Disagony for thirty years and then cured his Piles by using DeWitts Witch Hazel ease Salve It heals injuries and skin dis- Â¬ Haynes The Scientific American publishes this eases like magic Short receipt for diphtheria winch the wiioie Marvels oi a Qraphophone world should know At the first indica Â¬ One of tho wonders of the end of the tion of diphtheria in the throatof a chilil make the room close aud then take a tin century is the home Graphophone that of music or any cup and pour into it an equal quantity will reproduce any kind sound Ono can arrange a full program of tar and turpentine then hold tho cup or over the fire so as to fill the room with of the most attractive band orchestral vocal music and vary it every evening the fumes The patient on Inhaling the fumes will cough and spit out the mem- Â¬ On the Graphophone ono can record the brane matter and diphtheria will pass human voice or any sound and reproduce keep the voices of off The fumes of the tar and turpen- Â¬ it at once You can loosen the throat and thus affords your friends to be heard whenever you tine relief that has ballled tho okill of physi- Â¬ wish Graphophones made for home entertainment can be bought as low as cians 10 Write for catalogue 30 to the Bobbed the Grave No Ml Co IHOXOCSKAlII CoLUMIlIA A startling incident of which Mr Pennsylvania Ave Washington D C John Oliver ol Philadelphia was the Education By Phone subject is narrated by him as follows of Indiana has a I was in a most dreadful condition Senator Patten My sVin was almost yellow eyes sunken scheme to do away with school houBes tongue coated pain continually in back He proposes to place the means of a and sides no appetite gradually grow common Lchool education within the ing weaker day by day Three physi reach of families by the telephone Tel- Â¬ cians had given me up Fortunately a ephone boxes will be distributed to the friend advised trying Electric Bitters pupils who will receive instructions in and to my great joy and surprise the their studies by wire fjom a central first bottle made a decided improvement point All school houses will be disI continued their use for three weeks mantled in the county or township saye and am now a well man I know they one which will be used as a central tel- Â¬ saved my life and robbed the grave of ephone exchange another victim No one should fail to try them Only 50 cents per bottlo at Dr Bulls Cough Syrup conquers Short Haynes Drug Store croup at once cures the child and thus saves many Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ DRUQQIST How to Prevent Pneumonia Mrs Seville Pickands Mark Hannas sister was married to J O Morse at You are perhaps awaro that pneumonia always results from a cold or from an Cleveland Thursday attack of la grippe During the epidem At a breakfast given in his honor at ic ol la grippe a few years ago when so Caibalren Cuba Wednesday General Â¬ 768 313 S20 865pm 2 45am 310 323 3 28 3 39 J 41 4 00 80J 807 818 827 818 THESE ARE GREAT OFFERS Write for particulars or call and examine tho books Powers IbrRockport lutcl Ind Gomez toasted President McKinley About 202 ocean and lake vessels nrs being built in the shipyards of tho coun- Â¬ 0 11009J in try They aggregate yaluo Falcon Pet He llawesville for Cannelton ScTeil City wall man Iewlsport 8 0 62 9 1 I J 4 01 4 13 4 19 418 4 Skllinun Shops Cloverport Addison Stephensport Sample Lodiburg Webster IrvinRlon Guston Ekron ninety year old negro woman named Rachel Funk was arrested at Louisville Friday for drunkenness and disorderly A THE BKECKENRTDGE NEWS licit 906 913 923 935 940 9fi2 965 1010 1008 1013 1022 1030 1038 1062 1100 1110 1119 1128 1134 1143 428 4 33 4 40 4 49 439 3l 450 4 8 500 611 518 522 5 03 507 - 510 520 5 25 llcrc 50 534 5 42 5b2 6 43 conduct The terpsichorean festival at Louisville resulted in 1000 being raised for the Bilver service for the Battleship Kentucky OLOYBEPORT s Â¬ ZKIZ lirandenbure Ionp llranch Hock llavtn Willow Dal Howard 560 603 010 618 62 1 5 1 5 57 603 610 mmmmmrmmmmmmmKmmmmmiKmmmMtmimnaMMaw-mmmmmCOMPROMISED - A BOON TO MANKIND DR 9CI H ri Ul S Louisville Union Dep Ar 1235pm 745pm West Point Kentucky Street 645 654 H60im 655 1221pm 7N 034 6 40 tl7 6 30 m 45 715 7 3iam 6 45 Charles L Brown a representative from Cowley county Kansas has called Governor Lsedy a coward A duel is Damage Suit Amicably Settled Out of Court The suit brought by Mrs M C Swan St L of Henderson against the L II Ry Co for 2000 damages was compro- Â¬ mised last week by the defendant ing 1000 to the plaintifl who is to pay all the court costs An order waa made distnieshig the case in this court and also the appeal to the court of appeals This suit was brought by Mrs Swan Septem- Â¬ ber 3 1S90 for injuries alleged to have been sustained while traveling from Keeds to BasUett on the companys train and the case dragged through the court until the 1S8 May term when she was awarded a judgment for 1500 At the September term the defendants motion for a new trial was overruled and an appeal granted to the court of appeals for which the transcript had been pre- Â¬ pare when the compromise was eirect ed pay- Â¬ TABLETS BUCKEYE as K--- WEST BOUND No threatened Turkish troops fought a great battle at Yemen Arabia Monday Two thous and Turks were killed and 4000 Arabs bit Â¬ Ssk l 20W PILE t uiPc7 4iNo 43No 4 60pm 6 03 8 45 Iouiivile Union Kentucky street Dep Lv 74Vim 7 65 8 24 8 29 35pm Mmw mw m --aj tho dust Memphis Tenn had a SoOOOOO fire Friday morning Tho Menken whole- Â¬ sale dry goods store and the Gayoso ho- Â¬ tel were destroyed IMI U Scff IT to ji Kaa rzi l V4H D West Point Howard Willowdale Rock Haven Long Pranch Ekron Guston Iryington 83 8 43 5 40 5 48 5 53 6 09 537 918 9 31 9 44 9 51 9 57 10 02 10 08 10 14 1024 1031 I Ilrandenburg Webster 860 8 69 600 6 26 EH Tirrarh miff rv - CURE 908 916 9 9 9 9 9 10 23 32 40 47 51 00 618 643 6 51 7 07 The largest pailing vessel afloat was launched at Rockland Me Friday It is a five master and will spread 10000 yards of canvasa Col John B Thompson of Harrods burg says that P Walt Hardin will be Kentuckys next Governor and Joe Blackburn will be the next Senator Mrs Fanny E Daggett of Chicago was granted a divorce from her husband a wealthy New Yorker Thursday He pinched her and struck her witli his fist Â¬ A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 50 CENTS JAMES F BALLARD Lodiburg 1ierce Sample Stephensport Addison Holt Cloverport Shops Skllman Hawesville for Cannelton St Tell City 6 54 712 721 727 764 7 20 10 04 10 06 1018 022 19 33 10 739 743 801 812 10S6 1046 1U49 41 1059 1103 1119 11 i6 Sole Proprietor 310 North Main Street ST LOUIS MO For sale by A R Fisher Cloverport Ky Petrie Ialcon Icwltport Waitman 10 60 10 56 Powers tforRockport l ates Owensboro Mattingly Griffith- Stanley 1114 1111 lnd 1110 1130 1140 161 1156 11 8H 8 27 833 842 863 9 05 9 9 25 1139 1158pm 12154m 1220 123 916 Coughed 25 Years Â¬ I suflered for 25 years with a cough George Josephs aud Mary Swimkey of and spent hundreds of dollars witli docShamokin Pa ran nway and got martors and for medicine to no avail until I ried A few hours later while returning This used Dr Bells home on tho train they were killed remedy makes weak lungs strong I They were buried side by side has saved my life J BRosell Grants A fast mail train on the Burlington burg 111 Pine-Tar-Hon- V G BABBAGE i J ATTORNEY AT LAW Heads Spottsvllle Baskets Henderson Evansville bt Louis Wotthlneton 59 in 12 07pm 032 1211 9 39 12 22 9 47 12 21 9 54 1010 1245 a 12 6S 129 Ar 7 32om US 1040pm 125 720am HARDINSBURG KENTUCKY ELASTIC APPETITE a life Mothers nted not fear thatdreailfuIdiMjasu it they have this reliable rimeily at han J It Is bold ty all truKKt or 3 cents Spider as a Qourmand Defies Human Competition The spider has a tremendous appetite and his gourmandizing defies all human A scientist who carefully competition noted a spiders consumption of food in twenty four hours concluded that if the spider were built proportionately to the human scales he would eat at daybreak approximately a small alligator by 7 a m a lamb by 0 a m a young camelo pard by 1 oclock a sheep and would finish up with a lark pie in which there were 120 birds Yet in spite of his enor- Â¬ mous appetite a spider has wonderful power ot refraining from food and one baa been known to live for ten months when absolutely deprived of food A beetle lived in a similar state of unre freshment for three years The Sultans Hobbles The estimated value of the Sultans jewels is 40000000 If His Unspeak Â¬ able Majesty has any hobby at all it may be Baid to be tho purchasing of jewels and witnessing private theatricals No professional of note be he actor singer or conjurer passes through Constanti Â¬ nople without an invitation from tho Sultan And he always pays for these performances In Bank of England notes Weak Eyes Are Made Strong dim vision made clear styes removed and granulated lids orsore eyes of any kind speedily and effectually cured by the use of Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve Its put up in tubes nud sold on a guarantee by all good druggists The Army Mustache The muBtacho first became common in the British Army at the beginning of the present century The hussars adopted it and not long afterward the lancer It was not until the beginning ot the Rus siau war that tho infantry adopted the mustache Poisons who lead a life of exposuro are subject to rheumatism neuralgia and lumbago will find a valuable remedy in it BALLARDS SNOW LINIMENT will banish pains and subdue inflamma Â¬ tion Price 25 and 60 cents A It Fisher SAVED OUR LIFE Do Not Neglect the Ktlneys and Bladder road made a run Thursday from Chi- Â¬ cago to Burlington a distance of 200 In Siberia miles in SOS minutes A stop of ten An article in Pearsons Weekly tell- Â¬ minutes was made so that it took only ing of the escape of Russian prisoners in IDS mlnutts to make the trip Siberia says that if you enter the house Rev Gregory Doyle was sentenced to of a peasant and partake of a meal you the state prison for life Wednesday at will notice in the window a little table Munfordsvillo for inducing Prof Mc on which standB a lamp a plate and a Clure to perform a criminal operation jug When the meal begins ono of the that resulted in the death of Miss Ledia family places a choico portion of tho food Bracher McClure received a like pun- Â¬ on the plate and you fancy that another and more important guest is expected ishment of everything is set out on the Perry county Indiana farmers living A piece platp and the jug is filled with kvas Over Gardners Store HardhiBhurg News Office Cloverport near Dolittles mills armed themselves For the you ask Who is it all for with shot guns and visited four negroes brodiaji j for those who must not be vwvvwvww who had recently moved into that local- Â¬ is the reply Yes those deli- Â¬ seen ity As a result of the visit the negroes Wnen they cacies are for the convicts left for parts unknown stealthily creep into a village at night M HARDIN In his testimony before the war inves- and see that light they know that on F R WILDER Brandenburg Ky C28J Fourth St Loulavillo Ky tigating board Commissary General the same table as tho lamp is food and said of General Miles He lies drink Ean lrom his shoes and his stocking to the These are dangerous times for the uppermost hair of his head and the truth like the beef were discussing in health Croup colds and throat trou- Â¬ A bles lead rapidly to Consumption him is most damnably dead bottle of One Minute Cough Cure used Every Wednesday and Thursday after the IN They Didnt Advertise at the right time will preserve life 111 IRlMNPTflM inVlllUlUll Eourth Monday In Each Month Ten failures of ilrma that made a spe Â¬ health and a large amount of money cialty in holiday goods are reported in Short and Haynes Difficult work mcli as Bridges and Crowns a specialty New York since ChriBtmaa They all Latest appliances used Good work guaranteed Not so Smart carried large stocks two of them valued at over 20000 cash The significant An exchange says A minister who fact about each bankrupt firm was that frequently expressed surprise at the ap Safety Comfort it did not advertise in tho newspapers pearance of typographical errors in news Â¬ significant fact is that the mer- Â¬ papers recently had printod a program Another chants of New York who used nowspa for religious services in his church Lou isville and per space liberally announce that their When the program was ready for the holiday business was the greatest in press he stipulated that In order that many years Â¬ there should be no errors in it the proof should bo submitted to him It was Fait Mall Line Between jm lllooC Ueep rennty according to hlB Clean hlood means a clean skin No done and corrected beauty without it CaBcarets Candy Cathar marking After the job was delivered tic clean your blood aud Uep it clean by to the fol- Â¬ stirring up the lazy liver ami driving til im- - a friend called his attention STEAMERS lowing lino in tho closing hymm from to day Imriticspimples the body Begin blackheadsto boil blotches Jesus resigns and heaven rejoices and that sillily bilious complexion by taking G RAGON The preacher nearly fainted but he CasenreU beauty for ten cents All drug Co W A Blibop Parser F M lljan Matter gists satisfaction guaranteed 10c 25c 50c as smart as ho doesnt think he is hulf CANNELTON IND used to think ho was Of Course Yau Have Nos 4S and 46 have Pullman Bullet Sleeping Cars and elegant hih back seat Passenger Coaches through between I omjville Evansville and St Louis without change Nos 41 and 44 have elegant high back seat Pass engrCoaches and Parlor Car service through be- Â¬ tween Louisville Lvan yille and St Louis without Nos 41 and 43 have Parlor Can and elegant Coaches between Louisville and Evansville with- Â¬ out change H C MORDUE A G P A change PREPAEED TO PRACTICE Loulsrillo Ky CASES IN BANKRUPTCY L H St L flvi Fordsvlle Branch 3PT 19 1898 AND ASSIGNMENTS TIME TABLE No 10 TAKING EFFECT West Bound Trains fMo3 645pm 7 03 7 19 7 28 East Bound Train OPFIOBS tSo5 10 STATIONS to 8 35 8 31 J tNo I 545pm 5 20 5 09 745 762 8 01 8 21 J 860 9 03 50am Lv Irvlngton Ar Garfield 1111 1121 Harned 11 3 Hardinsburg 1160 Kirk Jolly 1167 12 09pm Glendeane 1230 arFallanougblv llockvale 1255 1C5 900am 815 801 742 715 T64 600 446 439 HARDIN WILDER 918 915pm 113 120 Dally ArordsvllleLv Asklns Oaks 03 6 44 40 338 3 29 4 27 321 C36 6 3 jam 315pm Trains 41 as 43 and 44 connect ot Irvlngton with Trains Nos 3 and for points on Fordsville branJi Trains 1 3 4 and 5 run dailv Trains Nos 3 and 4 connect at Irvlngton with Main Line trains 41 4a 43 and 44 B 0S W KY Â¬ J HHunsche Trains leave Louisville aa follows S W KAILWAY Clnclnnatl and the St Louis and the West No 20 No 16 No 18 Lv Louisville 8 sjam 245pm 935am Ar Cincinnati 605pm 645am 1155am Ar Columbus ir 15am 3 jspm 11 05pm 8 aspm Ar Pittsburg 7 15am Ar Washington 650 am u aoam Ar Baltimore 1 2opra 730am Ar Philadelphia 10 15am 3 40 pro Ar New York usonn 555pm Ar Iloston oopm o 05pm 3 Nraln No 16 has elegant Pullman Jluflet Parlor Car to Cincinnati and Drawing room Sleeper and dining cars Cincinnati to Washington Ualtirnore Philadelphia and New York without change Train No 18 has elegant Pullman Parlor Car to Cincinnati and Pullman Drawing room and dining cars Cincinnati to New York without change Train No 30 has sleepers to Cincinnati open at g o clock to receive passengers O B Bast The TAILOR with lirnih Â¬ Packet Line Will be in Cloverport on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month Louisville and Evansville Casper May A E St Louis Springfield and the WeU Ar Louis Ar Springfield 1st Disorder of these Important organs causes Brights dlseaso rheumatism pain in the back dropsy and other troubles Disease sometimes gets a hold upon your kidneys and bladder before you realize that anything serious in the matter Often these organs are neglected until that awful malady Brights disease has fastened upon you and death awaits its Many miraculous cures have victim been wrought by a course of treatment Theeo With Dr Davis Kidney Tablet tablets are put up in the shape of a kid Â¬ ney bean and the formula has been pro Â¬ nounced by the best physicians of mod Â¬ em times to be the most direct in action on the kidneys of any remedy known to medical acience You can eat these tab Â¬ let m you would candy Bend for free booklet on kidney diseases Bold by all dragffkts or sent on receipt of price Dfd you ever know anyone who had the Bame sort of religion as the old ne- Â¬ TARASCON Alcohol as a flemover BEAUTIFUL GIFT Lv Louisville gro who rose in prayer meeting and Bald Breddern and sistern Im been tr mighty mean nigger in my time Ia has er heap er ups and downs specially downs since I done jlned de church Ize stole chickens an watermllllons Iza cussed lze got drunk Iz shot craps Ize slashed udder coons wif my razor The Human Eye and Iza done er sight er udder things A French statistician has calculated But tank de Lord breddren Ize nebber that tho human eye travels over 2000 yet lost my liglon yards In reading an ordinary sbad novel The average human being is supposed to I get through 2500 miles of reading in a lifetime and Children An exchange says that alcohol will re The move stains from summer clothes exchange is right It will also remove summer clothes and spring autumn and whiter clothes not only from the one who drinks it but from his wife and fam- Â¬ ily It will remove tho household fur nlture from tho house tho eatables from the pantry tho emlles from the face of his wife and tho happiness from bis home As a remover of things alcohol has no equal S L Penny Muter L T Conner Purser - is joon - No0 s 35am N0161 8 33am 640pm 840pm CASTOR For Infants A Dr Bulls Cough Byrup ii unquei Tha Kind You Have Always Bought Bears tho Slgnaturo of 6QeaUiuull tlonably the in ost remarkable rein edyever produced or the euro of throat and lung troubles It bai cured thousands and has don wonder la iruny cims of Incipient consumption 2Utf The holidayB are fast approach- Â¬ TELL OITY ing If you have a friend you aro II It Ballard Matter W B Nertbell Paner going to rcmombor on Christmas D STAGGS what would bo moro appropriate as a gift than a fino Oxford Tcachors Dally exoept Fatarday bttWMn Lonlivllle Biblo bound in morocco You can ana new Amsterdam thli line delivered quick Freight iblpped by get such a Biblo with tho Biieck ar tban by rail lUameri are uniuj Trareleri will find eniudqe News for ono year for paaied to equipment tbaand acoommodaUoiii best oullnary at employed ai You cant buy tho Biblo at Tbamenu Ii equal to that of tho best cooki and 8250 hoUU tba anywhoro General offlooi 170 and 178 4th Aronue retail for less than 250 LouUvllle In pulmonary troublo the dlroot action in tho world By this arrangement D Ii PJSNNY W W HITK fiupl Pro of BALLARDS HOREUOUND SYRUP you practically got tho News free O V William T P A upon the throat cuer t and lungs im for ono year Owenaboro Ky mediately arrest the malady by reliev Tho ChlJdB Biblo a boautiful ing the distress cutting the phlegm and fleeing the vocal and breathing organs work for children and tho News DeWitts Witch Hazel for ono year lor 9200 Cure PMea 8M Duraa Price 25 and 60 cents A It Fisher P North Vernon accomodation leavei at 7 15 a in dally Charlsstown accommodation leaves at 3 30 p m except Sunday Trains No 16 10 and 44 have elegant day coaches Pullman parlor and sleeping canto St Louis TUAINS AHHIVK From East 7 33 am is 15 noon 610 pm is 35 am 3 so a m Prom West -- 7 a s am 1113 pm 640 pm City Ticket office southeast corner Fourth and Main streets Depot Seventh and river For detail Information regarding rates time on connecting lines sleeping parlor dTnlng cars etc addrjss nSllKOWN District Pass Ticket Agent 11 O S W Ry 4th and Main Louisville Ky or J M CHESSIIROUOII General Passeoger Agent Cincinnati Ohl O II WAUPKL Assistant General Passenger Agent Cincinnati Qbl No 44 8 eopm 7 isam 9 33am Â¬ Â¬ Sv WHEN DOES VOUR SU HIPflON TO THENWS i EXPIRE 0 Jk in PrT71ffiyy t jrwr Local Brevities Tbore in a week yet of public school Gibson Freeh Mocker atdregory W G Smart went to Louisville Mori- day fjulzer keeps corn liny and straw in stock County Judge Ahl was in the city yesterday Mrs It N Hudson went to Louisville Thursday Henry Moorman of Glendeane is in the city Mayor Barry went to Ekron on busi Â¬ ness Thursday Bend for catalogue of tho Cloyefport High School T V Harmon of Fatesvillo was in the city Wednesday Matthias Miller of Hordinaburp was in the city Friday A D Skillman went to liawesville Monday on business Thomas Blytbe of Hardinsburg was in the city last week If you want your picture framod have the work done at Sulzers A B Skillman went to Hawesyllle Monday on business A Y Ford o the Lousville Cornier Journal was in the city Monday New barrel open kettle New Orleans Gibsons molasses at Gregory Mrs Mary Barnes of Hardinshurp was in the city Tuesday tradinir Mrs J D Branliear tf Otfensboro was in the city a few days this week Miss llooa Kflldol has gone to her home at Holt on a three weeks visit Miss Mamie Do Haven returned Mon day from a visit with friends at Holts Â¬ trt- B tt Ur i -- 4 7 ffc- - A Victor Bowmer went to Hopkinsville Thursday to visit friends for a few weeks Miss Anna Baitt will continue toach- ing at the school building after the term closes Mr Gwen Satlders of Evansville is at home on a visit to his parents at Mat tingly Miss lone Dowdep of Brandenburg is Orvillo visiting her brother-in-laGregory Morris Beard and wifp of Hardins- Â¬ burg were in the city Sunday visiting relatives Ed White of Branierd Minn is visit ing his daughter and son in law Mr and Mrs J G Harris A delicious drink for long winter nights in sweet cider and pure crab cider at Sipples Mrs R D Witt of Rsetta is visiting her mother and her brother R D Woods at Roeetta Attend the Oloverport High School Good and board with the principal roomB and fine library The Marsden Cellulose Company Owensboro are in the market for 15000 tons of corn stalks Mr and Mrs Chas Lightfoot who have been quite sick for a week past ara rapidly recovering Mrs Mosely of Stephensport was in the city Saturday and Sunday the guest of Mies Lulu Owen Theres many a golden opportunity to save money in the remnant said now going on at Sulzers Mrs Seymour and daughter Mrs Bet tie Magnes of New Albany are guests of Joe Seymour and family Mrs Marion Hambleton returned from Henderson where she had been visiting relatives Monday evoning Eugene Vest accompanied by his mother Mrs William Vest went to Falm Beach Florida Thursday Â¬ male Poland China Tho continued receipt of endorseINKVJDHONAN ments liko this for Dr Hartmans Home Ierry County lnd great catarrh remedy provo itsvaluo FOR SALE STRAWBERRY PLANTS David Hardaway is with us sgain for a beyond question Men of promlncnco differ- brief stay David 1b one of those bright everywhere aro recognizing1 tho merit of IOIl riALE Strawberry plants twenty O W varieties Write for prices and aro willing to givo expres- Â¬ naturally put to who facnl cheery bo WINCIIRIL Tobinsport Ind sion to their judgment be causoaccrtain shame any of u who may bo sour vis WANTED MINERS absolute euro for catarrh is a publio aged good All druggists soil Thitty or forty miners Immediately WANTED at the FALCON MINES Adair Clint Adkissou was called home to Bo Ask any druggist for a free No trouble Ky M II EnriKht Manager Wo hopo Almanac for the year 189 is eick liis brother Sam who the speedy recovery of Sam that Clint FARM FOR SALE mav return to Ids duties at Jolly School Sunday afternoon at the Method- Â¬ rilllKKE will be offered for rale at the four JL House fourth Cains ist church I dont think I have heard Monday in Door in Hardinsburg Kyof on theof 340 land January 1S90 a tract Roy J Cain our young merchant P the children sing so Bweetly and with so acres known as the Wm McGary farm nrar Kirk Ky twelve M spent Saturday night and Sunday much show of real keen enjoyment as To beon a credit of six Court and eighteen months sold by order ol 11AKNES At KINCIIELOh Every body they did that afternoon with tho homo folks It does me so Attorneys for 1lalntlffs knows his visits aro like Angels visits much good to listen to their sweet young to that stction of country yoiccB and note the keen enjoyment they About Catarrh ANNUAL STATEMENT Wo have a new coinor in t o grocery feel when singing their favorite songs is caused by a cold or bucctsdon of It City of Oloverport For 1898 Competition is tho life of God bless the children colds combined with impure blood Its business symptoms are pain in the bead dis trade and we hope he will help to Bro Litchfield preached two fine ser 13451 charge from the nose ringing noises in builtLup our interest making Iryington a mons Sunday a m and p m character Jan tst S93 balance on homl Dec 31 98 paid In by K P Payne collector 45610 the tars It is cured by Hoods Pareap commercial center indeed stic of his ability to do such His ser Dec 31 98 paid in by G W Short loS6 38 arilla which purifies and enriches the Fletcher Blandford D U S M came mon in the morning Behold the Lamb Dec 31 48 paid in by J II Skillman PJ 75oi blood soothes and rebuilds the tissues borne from Henderson witli a mild case of God which taketh away the sin of Dec31 98 paid In by V N DHuy CC 173190 950 and relieves all the disagreeable sensa- of Vrip He was unable to proceed the world was replete with much that Dec t 9S paid in by l A llivln tions Total recelrts and balance 448341 home until the next day but we aro glad Is helpful and I think oyery one present niBIlUrtSKMENTS felt the force of his remarks Hoods Fills cure all liwr ills Mailed to hear of his improvement He is a Orders issued lor street work 3464 for 25 cents by O f Hood Co Lowell Miss Ada Hanks is a pleasant visitor zealous and eloquent preacher nnd deissued forsalaries 33000 Mass serves all that he gets from this people Orders issued for and one we are always pleased to have Orders 16000 street lamps itc Miss Myra frcm Webster The fact that he has large and attentive Ordeis issued for Police Court etc 58977 with us Ministers Meeting 1000 00 spent Saturday with us Both are dear audiences prove him to be an acceptable Orders issued or interest etc Orders Issued for sinking fund etc 90000 and pleasing minister Following is the program for the min Â¬ good girls whom to know is to love Old orders paid 9391 isters and members meeting of Goshen Miss Reua Roberts of Merino was in Wlieu in Irvington dont fall to see town visiting among friends Total payments Come 1341333 Association to be held with the Hope- Jolly- - Cains stock of gods il you want H Orders outstanding 7915 llnlancc in hand well church two and one half miles bargains in shoes hats caps and cloth- again Renu we like to have you Tho Womans Foreign Missionary 1ic6io9 Shop bonds issued by the city 2oooo north of Millwood Station on tho I C ing or in fact it you want a bargain of meeting will moet regularly hereafter Amount In sinking fund Jan 1S99 41509 Tax Commencing at 11 oclock a railroad Every thiDg we have is a bar on the 4th Saturday instead of the 1st as able value lor taxes S99 1469688 Tax levy 1899 m Friday the 27th of January 1890 and any kind heretofore The work is interesting and general fund 3oc poll tax loo Tax Levy for 1899 gain continuing over Sunday 1 Â¬ Pe-ru-Pe-ru-Pe-iu-- charge of the river business and contract- Â¬ ing for tho Marsden Company o Owens boco was in tho city Tuesday J M Combs secretary and manager of tho George J Wilber chair manufac Â¬ turing company of Cannelton Ind was in tho city Tuesday on husinesp The Winter and Spring term of the Oloverport High School will open next Monday Special pains will bo taken with all grades Give us j our children we will do them good My great nephew iliomas Ditto Hodge of Henderson writes lie has received the highest average in his room at school and that he is studying hard for constant promotion Wo aro all proud ol Thomas Amos Robinson one of tho pro gresaive farmers of Glendtiin- delivered his crop of tobacro to the Amerirnn To Â¬ bacco Co of this city last wtrk lie had four thousand pounds and ricelvnl 10 6 and 1 f The Marsden Cellulose Company Owensboro are prepar d o lako corn stalks and shock fo Ider in lo b of not loss than 50 tons delivered on the r er bank any where b tw en HiwimviIIo and Write the otupaiy for Owensboro particulars Mr and Mrs W II Sogiut went t Louisville Friday Mr Sargent is the popular postal clerk on the branch and his yisit to the city was fur the purpose of attending the reception giyen Super- Â¬ intendent Holloway of tho 6th division of the postal service The reception was given at the custom house Absolutely puro is the claim made in every advertisement of tiie Kojal Baking Powder and absolutely pure is the ver diet of every housekeeper in the lam using toe Royal It is the standard among baking powders worth the price sold at because of its purity healthful bread making qualities and the strength that makes a small quantity go a long way No trouble about delicious biscuit and pastry when Royal is used IRVINGTON Mrs Tyler and Miss Hamilton went to Brandonburg a day or two last week Mrs Spradlin and Cecil havo had n solgo of grippe but both aro convales- Meekison of Ohio Has Been Greatly Benefited by Pe-ru-- cent Mrs lthodec a bright little body from Brandeiiliutg Is visiting Mrs Will Gard- Congressman D Meekison of Ohio write tho followlnir letter to Dr llartmnn DsAn Sir tles of fltod thoroby Pe-ru-- Â¬ ner Mrs Jltnmio Ltwls is woll Kg in She thinks mtiups anything hut a peasing malady Mrs Coleman was called to Vine Grove on account of tho Mums o her Mr Cain Mr A B Co1 MiiHti has purchased the corner lot ntx lo Mr R dm in and w 1 erect a neat cottnse on It Mrs Redmans liltte ulster n bright little lassie is with In r Sue is very potitl of that young man The boy of son-in-la- Dr S B Ifartman Columbus I O Interesting Sermons The services held at tho Presbyterian church Sunday were exceedingly inter- Â¬ esting Rev Donald McDonald preach- Â¬ ed two magnificent sermons to large con- Â¬ gregations They were marvels of elo quence and logic and wero listened to with intense interest It is rumored that the church will soon call a pastor to work in the local fl dd To be Discharged Through tho efforts of Congressman David II Smith Roy Ileysor has receiv- Â¬ ed an honorable discharge from the army He is now drum major of the Third Kentucky which is preparing to go to Cuba havo used several bot Â¬ FROM HEAD Best materials Largest selection Lowest Prices These are the inducements we offer for you to come to us to buy headgear HH and feci greatly bens I havo been afflicted Hats Latest Styles mt - WANTS For Sale SA I bijs Mri Dr Moorman who ud a enso of miiniis we are plnaotd to see nhlo to be our looking her unul brig t happy self Mr Lim Smiths baby boy has been quite ill but is better at this writing lie is such a bright little f llow nnd we hope liis illness will he biiuf Mr Uland has rented the largo house recently vacated by Mr Betmehampand will open a private hoarding In use We wish them muc success 1 Jerseys cows Hon D Meekison with catarrh of tho hend and fool en couraged to beliovo that continued uso of will fully eradicate a dlseaso of thirty years1 standing Po-ru-- li One Jersey bull and our Jersey Inlter will be fresh In March nnd April J E KKITII A bON Cloven ort Ky FOR SALE SHEEP AND MULE Foil II T A few Sheip and n eood five old mule fifteen ami one half hands high IKNIIKRSON WehMer Ky at SAfK Yours sincerely D MEEKISON FOR SALE POLAND CHINAPIGS female rOlt SALE 4reasonableand U Pigs Irice styles SHOES Every size for all ages and sexes All leather no paper Wear long at the price you want to pay for Footwear up-to-da- te Â¬ TO FOOT Â¬ Â¬ SULZERS ITS A FACT That our Prescription and Drug Depart ment is conducted on principles that meet with the approval of the best physicians Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Salmon for criticism I M Washburn The difference between the kingdom of God and the church A C Caperton W ItRutledge What is the baptism of the Holy Spirit and when does it take place J K Ward I D Duncan Wheat course thould a church p jraue with a member that is connected with the I C Wlnchel C C Morrey whisky traffic Will a man preach if called of God WEstesAsa King Wm Waltilp The state of the soul between death of body and the resurrection W V Harrell M P Compton Upon whom rests the responsibility to give the gospel to the world I A Lynch J T Lewis What shill be the final state of the wicked i J M Rawlins cf Union Star and J R Miller of Lodiburg were in the city Monday on a trading expedition Mrs Geo Glarkaon of Elizabethtown is visiting her sisters Mesdames George Otsperke and H 0 Woodson Do you want to sell your cornstalks If so write for particulars to the Marsden Cellulose Company Owensboro Ky Mr George Carlile who has been very sick for the last two weeks with la grippe we are glad to say is able to be up sgain The Brandenburg Normal is establish- Â¬ ed it is not an experiment It is char ered with full power to grant diplomas We have received our catalogue and list of samples and are now prepared to take orders for spring clothing Sulzers Are you going to give a party Are if so you going to entertain friends ordor your cakes fruits and bread from Sipple Mrs Charles Skillman and little daugh Â¬ ter Elizabeth returned Monday from an extensive visit with relatives at Morgan field East bound passenger train No 42 was delayed Friday morning at Haweaville by a hot box It was almost thirty min Â¬ utes late 8 II Tompkins has returned from a holiday trip to Chicago Springfield III and St Louis where he visited friends and relatives Mrs Tim Harman of Fatesville was in the city Monday enroute to her home at Charlestowh Va She will be absent several weeks J J Keenan of Tar Fork was in the city Thursday delivering his tobacco He raited 7000 pounds last year which lie sold for 0 S and 1 If you want to be a lawyerjoungman go to Brandenburg and learn the art of oratory and contest for the handsome gold medal at commencement Mr and Mrs Dvld Falrlalgbol Louie yilUj hay aa addition to their kfflllt It Is a boy La Rue Falrleigh It came on the sight of Janwuy 3rd ThorVa money in cornstalk I Write to the Mmfott Maleae Company jet meqay Mt Ooatmelor W Mrs Add Witt Hardinsburg a friend of the long ago spent Thursday with us and notwithstanding the elements were against her she seemed to enjoy her stay and we were glad to see her for Auld lang syne sake The public school closes this week and as is usual the children are glad To Mr Hook who has certainly been faith ful in the discharge of hia duties we ex- Â¬ tend a hand of good feeling and wishes of future success Riley Do well who was called to Jeffer- Â¬ son county to see his sick daughter Mir Glen Hardaway who was seriously ill after the retunectlon with la grippe has returned home and J W Valandingham E T Layman reports her condition much improved The nature and extent of human depravity We hope she will soon be entirely re- Â¬ H D White J B Oldham Evidences of regeneration covered A V Armstrong It Veech Yesterday was an ideal day over head What kind of faith if any prcceeds repentance The sun came out and shown all day Duggins S T Sturgeon J Topics left over from last meeting long making every body glad to see his which owing to a lack of space cannot his bright face once more Surely wo be named will be discussed are an appreciative people give us a chance and we will prove it even though FINE SHOW we do have mud galore in our streets Â¬ helpful and we would be glad to have any one interested in such work meet with us at any time either socially or as a member Dont forget prayer meeting at the Methodist church Wednesday evening if weather is at all favorable Bro Litch field may be with us I say this upon my own authority since he has gone to Hardinsburg to attend the meeting there and he told mo he might return Wed Â¬ nesday so I take it for granted he will not refuse to Btay over and be with as at our regular prayer meeting service es- Â¬ pecially when lie realizes how much his people have enjoyed having him with them Â¬ sinking fund 30c K NDHUY City Clerk commissioners Notice William VDrurysadmr vs Dreckenridge Circuit Court PTfT Notice I Equity Wila A Drury et at Defts All persons having claims against the estate of William Drury deceased are notified to pre sent the same properly proven to the undersign ed commissioner ol the Ureckenridgc Circuit Court at his office in the town of Hardinsburg Ky on or before the Second Monday in February 1899 This the 14th day ol February im Â¬ Â¬ in We Are Leaders In Low Prices in the Notions Depart- Â¬ ment You can get Dry Goods and all the knick knacks you want in that line at cost OUS IIIIOWN C II C C Cnnily Catlinrtle euro constipation forever 10c25c IfCCC fall druuKlsts refund money Educnto Your llowoli With CiMcnrot RIVER NEWS WE ARE SELLING Harry Prufrocks Some Interesting Items Concerning the Ohio The river readied a stand at this point yesterday evening The water is quite high but has not yet over flowed the banks on this side Over in the bottoms on the Indiana side yesterday several farmers who had neglected to gather their corn earlier in tho season were compelled to do so with the aid of skiffs Tho Buckeye State is in Henderson laid up On account of tho high water she cannot pass under the bridg The wagw of the employes on the Louisville Evansville mail lino have been cut ten per cent Fordsvilles New Auditorium to Be priately Opened Appro- Â¬ It will interest the people of Glendeane Askins and Falls of Rough to know that the handsome new auditorium at that place is to be opened Friday night January 2nd by the performance of The Unknown a highly interesting drama to be presented by the Furkles Dramatic Company The ability of this organization has been highly compli- Â¬ mented by the press Â¬ We are sorry that Jonas Lyon contem He plates quitting his present vocation m ikes of that restaurant one of the best on the line and is an enteiprislng good citizen and we aro loth to have him leave We hope he will decide to re Â¬ main in our midst even should he close out his present business stand Patent Bed Lounges -- In Groceries You cannot get a purer or better selected stock than the one we have on hands AT It Tako Cascarets Candy Cathartic lOo orSSa O O O fall to euro druggists refund money SAD MESSAGE To Cam Constipation Forever Mrs Floyd Roberts whose illness dates several months back is some better at Her condition became this writing alarming last Friday and Dr Boggess of for Fifty Cent Guaranteed tobacro habit euro makes weak Louisville was called to coo her Mrs men strong blood pure 6O0 11 All druirclsts Roberts has a host of friends all who will be so glad to welcome her back to IflPROVED ROADS good health and her former happy home and surroundings Are in Better Condition Than The Old Highways Wo bad such an interesting Sunday sio m tn EACH AT Prices will save you big money Death of Z J Cottrell at Ralston New Mexloo CgSgeo Mrs George Short received a tolf gram Tuesday from Ralston New Mexico containing the sad intelligence that her brother Z J Cottrell had died there at 4 oclock that morning of pneumonia after an illness of a short duration Mr Cottrell was the father of Miss Florence Cottrell who Is now attending Logan College at Russollville The news of tho death of her father will be a great shock to her The sympathies of the entile community is extended Mrs Short and Miss Cottrell in their bereavement Â¬ What Shall l Be Done FOR THE DELICATE CIRL You have tried iron and other tonics But she keeps pale and thin Her sallow J complexion worries you Per- - 9 Horse Injured haps she has a little hacking Monday morning J E Keith placed cough also Her head aches j two horses in the lot near liis house and she cannot study Give bv During the day one of tho animals kick- Hawkins Smith is running throe freight wagons from Custer to Garfield hauling tobacco for shipment He has tried every road in that section of the county and describes the general condi- Â¬ tion of the highways as being bad He says howovor that there is a marked difference between tho roads that have been graded with road machines and those that were not The roads that were graded uro very much better and dry off much quicker New Royal Sewing Machines -- E A WITT WHITES CREAM la jtuuitr HARDINSBURG KY f 17 and 1850 Â¬ Howt This We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure CO Props Toledo O F J CHENEY We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the lost fifteen years and be Â¬ lieve him perfectly honorable in all bus Â¬ iness transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm Scons Emulsion body the glycerine will soothe her cough and the hypophos phltcs will give new power and vigor to her nerves and brain cannot Never say you take cod liver oil until you have tried Scotts Emulsion You will be obliged to change your opinion atones Children especially become very fond of itt and Infants do not know when It is added to their food 50c ttvJ The oil will feed her wasting ed the other with such force that its shoulder was broken and it may be necessary to shoot it The injured an- Â¬ imal was a black colt of fine pedigree It is valued ut 50 and was owned by Proctor Keith HustleiM Sou who rank with L II Miller tho leading farmers in the Hardinsburg neighborhood sold their crop of tobacco consisting of 22000 pounds of Prior to M Hensley for 5J 6 and 6 They say that this years crop was quite profit Â¬ able A General Line of VERMIFUGE BU For 20 Years Has Ud all Worm Rimadlis WMffi BOXiD HTC AXX DWOIBJl rrporod JAMES F BALUARD St LOUIS Molt In Quantity Wo by For Bale by A It Fiaher OIoverportJKjr FUMlTURr At Prices that will save you money Commissioners Notice itRICKENHIDdt ClHCUIT COURT -v MARY A JOUUON fix 1UlntlfT Stray Notice Taken up ai a ttray by D T Dowel Hying- near Sinking Creek on llrandenburg road in llrecken rtdge county on the 16th day of November 1898 one ted and white epttnd cow unmarked about ten year old and which I have appraiaed at the value of eighteen dollar Witness my hand this 6tn day of November - tin stalk A West Truox Wholesale Druggist Tole Â¬ Waldlng Kinnan A Marvin do 0 Wholesale Druggists Toledo Ohio Halls Catarrh Cure iu taken internal Â¬ ly acting directly upon the blood and aqueous Mrfatef oithe syiiin Price 7c pc MM Sold by ail DfSfgteto wbo bap T MnimlrJa bm M f 100 j SCOTT SOWNB tldruzfUM Chemists Nw York Bun tl Himtm of O iBToaaiA pTM Kind Yon BAMMAI SON Defendants J NOTICE IN KqUITV Nolk It hereby given to all pcrtone haying claim agalnit the etute of Willi O Jordan d ceated to present the same properly proven to the undralgnea CominUalorer of the llreckenridge Circuit Court at hit ofiic in Ilaralntburg Ky on or Ufora the gth day of lebruary llo Tlili January sth 1B09 uua DUOWN C UCC ELIZABETH iAUCHAMP c f iM APtty j OWEN CUNNINGHAM Dy CLINT V IIOOKD C D C C Thtty art Htfjiy Nstlea All pencil Indebted to J II Whltworth by note or account ire hereby notiJUd to coma lor ward and aeltle at once or collection will be enforced by UAUIlAGtf Aaafcne law Haw Always BMgit umtzG yQ and Mrs Z T Ocx ol Ekron wm brightened January 12th by the arrival ol a beautiful eight poand girl Father and mother an both happy The home of Mr t-rr-r-- rtr rf flfffgrir r v -- -- - r W JsSP WT v - 2SZ DEKK 250000 CURED The Leading Specialists of America 20 YEARS IN OHIO WE CURE EMISSIONS Knlhlnu mn 1A tnnra ilemonmilns to prc roans or inldtllewtod men than tho They enw of thodo nightly lowci pi produco w cakncM norvousnew a focllnit antaiiana a wnoio uin 01 nympiamr Tnejr unlit n man or builneM married flo and wclal happlneM No matter whether causoa ujr ovu nou in j uum natural woakneM or exual cicef e our Hew Method Treatment win poimvciy euro you NO CURE NO PAY rv iivoucr fuu jivvu uuif later cxccieoi may havo weakened you Kzpoturo may bavo dliOMeil yon You aro not pafo till rurcJ Our New Method will euro you You tun no risk v- Vntitifp Mnri Ynn nra tiftlc fccbl and haggnrdt ncnous Irrltablo and ex- Citable ion Dccomo ioneuui inuro and despondent blotches nnd pimples stooping Dunkcn oyca wrinkled face form and downcast countcnanco reveal tbo blleht of your cusience 250000 CURED wilt spend tho balance of the winter with her mothor at Whitesyllle Mr Gardner Hawkins has moved here with his daughter Mrs Wm Sargent Ohaa Reynolds has been confined to his home Beveral days with pneumonia City Marshal Joo Robards is recover Â¬ ing from a severo attack of pneumonia Conductor Jerry Tilford wbh 111 several days lost week but is able to bo on duty again Trains have been cut ofi from the Falls of Rough for several days on account of water on tho track Our streets are all mud as a result of Wo need crossings In a bo much rain large portion of tho town Messrs Claud Wilson and Ollie Cobb of Jolly Station attended the tacky party at Mrs Bettie Johnson Mrs J Tilford Misses Grace Howard Sallio Beard and Ethel Conniff wero Buffering witli la grippe last week College Hall was a succes and well attended fifty five But instances are numerous lnthls comi Â¬ ty whore men are land pcor Wo liopo llobson will bo content to remain in our newly acquired territory and kiss those dusky maids to IiIb hearts content if they are given to osculation As soon as tho weather will admit and the ground gets in order tho farmers around hern will begin burning plant beds preparatory to a large crop of to- Â¬ bacco Observation teaches in that wo are just what we have been educated to be and had our environment been different our political and religious views would be different Now if this wero obvious to all tho tendency cortalnly would be for us co eject a great deal of rancor from our hearts that tends to make us exceed Â¬ ingly ugly aud uncharitable at times Oil HowThankfui Pnln Was Macldonlns And Hopo Had Boon Abandonod - Wondor- ful Results of Purifying tho Blood A very aevcro pain enmo in my loft knee which grow worso and wane and finally a soro broUo out abovo tliij kneo PER GENT CUT ii In tho prices of everything excopt Groceries H FALLS OF ROUGH Col Green Is away from my thigh tloiWi was maddening Largo hnrd purpla spots appeared on my leg I suffered in this way for years and gavo up all hopo of over being cured My wlfo was reading of a cauo llko mino cured by Hoods Barsaparllla aud sho advised mo to try it I bonn taking it and when I had used n few bottles I found rcllof from my suffering Oh Low thankful I am for this relief I I am stronger than I havo ever been In my life I am In the best ot health havo a good appctlto and ant a new man altogether J P Moons Lisbon Tails Mains It discharged a great deal and tho pain I want money I want it to use ill my spring business To -- RAISE MONEY I will on Saturday start a sale in which I will cut the prices on every- Â¬ thing in my store except Groceries 20 per cent If you buy 1 worth of goods in my house you get 20 If you buy 20 worth cents back This sale is gen- Â¬ you get 5 back I am compelled to cut prices uine to raise money 4 The home talent play at WECURE VARICOCELE no mailer nuw ruiiuuo jwwi v be or how Innir j ou may haro hnjl it our will NfcV aiKTlIOD THKATMUNT euro H aho wormy velnn return to normal condition ana iienco in their rexual organs rocelvo proper nourifli tnrnt Tho omul becoino vitalized all unnatural drains or lows ecaio nnd no icrajioniry manly powers return benefit out a permanent euro assured MIRK NO OlIMlA- NO NO PAY NO DKTKN- TION NKCKSSAKY T10N YIWXL UUS1MJSH dollars being taken in at the door This sum went for tho benefit of the Method Â¬ ist parsonage Last week was a good one for tobacco aud as many as a dozen wagons were waiting their turn to be unloaded in It is pur Â¬ front of Walkers warehouse chased by Mr Wells by Mrs Bettio JohiiBon last week was one of laughter The Tackv Party given CURES GUARANTEED Wo treat and euro SVIMIILIS OLKET KMISHI0N8 IM101KNCY 8 Ml VARICOCELE HTKICTUHK It was hard to tell who would take the The judges decided Miss Ella prize Smith and nephew Arthur were tho tacks Mr W II Sargent and wife attended tho Postal Clerks Reception at Louisville Friday evening given in honor of Mr O T Holloway and wife and report having a very pleasant time Mr Holloway is Superintendent of the Railway Mail Service Fifth Division CONSULTATION NEY diseases CIIAUOES HOOKS lUEC FHEE If iinchlo to call writo MODERATE H1ISTTON 11LANK for HOME TREATMENT X3RF3 KENNEDYS KERGAN 122 W FOURTH ST CINCINNATI O 4jiBLiLrj SR3 b 9 shh r tc WEBSTER We want a telephone line Grip is relaxing its grip somewhat Hal Drane was over nt Hudson all last week Sam Hall will move to Holts Bottom soon Breckenridge News WEUNhHDAY JAN 18 1891 GUSTON Four eick of Mace Simpsons children are Clovis Walls of Sample visited here Long Branch Sunday Miss Eleanor Hendnck is yisiting Mies Helen Pollock Georgi Trout of Corbin is visiting at Granville Smith is very ill at his homo Wm Halls Dave Henry and wife are visiting rela- Â¬ and is not expected to recover David Henry Jr and wife spent sev- Â¬ tives near here eral days with Mr and Mrs CR Ander Â¬ Our composition last week showed up a little disfigured son in their new residence Fair View J C Pate and R T Pophara went to Sig Loeh bought out his partner Felix and will continue to run the busi Owensboro Sunday Loeb A great deal of tobacco is being ship Â¬ ness here at the old stand instead of going to Vine Groye aa he contemplated ped from here now Shut his eyes nnd threw Last Satur Dept Sheriff Will Gardiner was here day night in Guston at a colored dance on business Monday some men fell out with eacli other and Do not mistreat your boy by allowing Adam Payne shut both eyes and threw him to handle on old gun a rock at the crowd and struck an inno Tho lightning played many freaks cent by stander between the eyes the around here last Friday night fuss stopped without further trouble The women of Indiana at present nre There lias been a general moving of clamoring for the right of suffrage Jim Albine has our cituenB recently Thos Dooley has moved to town and moved where Mrs Miller lived Mrs Miller has moved into one of J G is a valuable addition to our society 11 L Kurtz is interested in the mail Andersons houses and Peyton Shumate has moved into tho Dick LeGrand pro- route from Clifton Mills to Lodiburg perty Mrs Fred Moorman visited her moth- Â¬ In a trial the other day between the er Mrs Meador near Hardinsburg Inst northwestern and the Burlington roads week lor a mail contract the former made Lant weoks edition of the News was speed from Siding to Arion a distance of certainly gratifying to publisher and inches 1 min and 2 miles and readers seconds or at the rate of IM miles per If you did not read Mrs Stevens pa hour tho fastest time yet made in this per in last weeks Nkws hunt up the country paper and read it I was reading the other day and found J C Pate sold last weok to Fred Hard work is a line that road thus hiB interest in the farm near jb Moorman still the road to prosperity and there here owned by them in partnership Well now really if that is no other Nelson A Dingley was a useful man the case some of us are greatly disap- Â¬ pointed for we have heard it of lato that in Congress and it is doubtful if a man of you could legislate value into certain such marked ability can be found to fill his place things Get rid of old Drummer and old Here is one of the evils that whisky Mr Bounce and replace them witli hogs worked on a man over in Indiana Joseph Buskirk was left a fortune when It will be profitable to you nnd your a boy and while at college lie acquired a neighbors lovs for strong drink so the other day T B Hendorson our faithful and he returned to his boyhood home at efficient Sunday school superintendent Gosport and committed suicide as he was kept nt home Sunday on account of had promised some of his friends that lie la grippe would do lie left a wife and children It is difficult to make a farmer believe It seems that our men oyer in the he is trying to keep up too much land Phillipines are having considerably trouble witli the natives If I were run ning the thing I would just have one ol My two plans of dealing with them first plan would be to let them pay us hack the twenty million dollars that we paid Spain for them and if they refused cond plan would bo to get a that ra forcetnenr ol Uncle Sams uood regulaib and then first paralize then Remedy Will chanced to read your advertisement The civilize and then Ghristianizs those feland was impressed witli it so much that I decided to try S 8 8 I took lows oloven bottles mid was entirely relieved Max Orell a French critic visited this of ull pain and cured permanently country seyeral years Bince and one of When I began to take 8 8 8 I was Bit with any If you would forovor bo rid of unable to not or stand Since takingease the most striking things to him he says the sleep could is the manner and styling of the head tho aches and pains uml somo and dose I havo hud no return of tho hist timoH tho tortures producoil by Ilhmimntlsm lines in our news papers So noticing and I toko creat 11 e na you must tnko tho il ro in recommending S 8 8 to any one the other day that struck me as Hlioumutism Tlioho who con Â¬ one who lias too misiortuno to suuer rather chatty I give It to you as I saw right romody tinuo to HtilTor nro rolying upon with tills disabling uiseaso Roosevelt of New York it Governor SSS is tho only euro for Rheu missed his train from Albany to New roiiiodios which do not roach thoir matism wnicn ia Tho doctors trontmont York City so he climbs up into an trouble tho most stubborn engine cab and makes the trip in 3 hours always consists of potash and of blood disoasoB and three minutes at times the engine mercury which only intensify tho It is not intondod record breaking speed bo here disonBG causing tho joints to stiffÂ¬ mado to give roliof only bonos to ach6 hosidoH comes the head line in one of our big en unci tho but bv completely BoriotiBly impairing tho digostivo any A Rough IUder Again dallies tho neutralizing one who has ever ridden in the cab of a organs noid condition of locomotive can readily see the fitness of Khoiinmtism is a disordered stnto of T3jre S tho blood it forces tho blood and tho only euro for it Is iv the heading out ovory traoo of Specific S real blood remedy Swifts tho disease ana S 8 goes down to tho very bottom of FORDSVILLE is all diaciiboa of tho blood nnd promptly rids tho systom of it forovor cures eases that other remedies cannot reach Mies Jessie Reynolds returned last Mr E K S Olinkenhenrd a promt week to her school at RuBselvllle nont uttorney of Mt Sterling Ky and ono thousand dollars roward is offorod to any chemist who can An opera company will play at College writes Two years ago I was n CTeat sufferer prove that it contains a particle of evening January 20 Hall Friday from Rheumatism I had tried every moroury polaBii or any othor Mr John Petty and family will soon remedy I could hear of except S S S minora iugrediont 8 B S is I hud been to Hot Springs Ark whoro bo to housekeeping in their old home only blood romody guaranteed I remained for twelve eeks under tho Mrs Richard Hays gave a party lu treatment but I experienced no perma Â¬ to bo absolutely f reo from minora Â¬ nent relief and returned homo be mixturos son Henry Saturday even honor of lioving that I would be n sufferer as ing Books sont froo by Swift Sp long as I lived At a time when my Mr Jerry Ganane and son Walter paint wero almost unbearable I oiflo Company Atlanta Ga Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mr Lafe Beaucbamp has another new string to his how Charlie Stone visited relatives and friends in Fordsville last week Trains failed to get in here for several dayB on account of the high water Little Mliw Ruby Stone was the guest of Mrs Mercer last Sunday evening Mr Lafe Beaucbamp was a guest at Mr W II Chambiiss Sunday aud Mon day Mr Robert Green who Is attending Center Colhg- - spent the holidays ot home Mrs Hughes spent several weeks in Louisville visiting her daughter Mrs Sherrldan Miss Mary Peyton returned home last week after a most delightful visit of several weeks Bro Blgham was called to the death bed of his mother-in-lanear the closo of the meeting here Mr Henderson visited his parents a few days last week but is back at his duties in tho store again Bro Bigham I am told delivered a most interesting nddress to men only on Monday night during tho meeting Mr Robert Cliumbliss will put up the business telephone from here to Glen deaue soon as the rightbf way is secured Charlie Stone of Chicago who has been at home several months reciper atiug his health returned to the city Monday Mrs Sue Mercer Miss Cora Wingate and Messrs Robert and David Cham bliss were guests at Mr M W Stones Sunday A great deal of interest was manifest in the meeting and some good was ac- Â¬ complished Mrs Reid of West Point was a great help she is a SAeet Christian woman Telephones continuo very popular new lines and boxes are constantly being added to the net work of wire already in operation Mr Bob Chambiiss being their chief promoter in these parts There is no Bcarcty of water in these parts just now infact the Hood gates of Heaven it seems wore thrown wide open and the down pour descended without restraint till the river creeks and rills are on the greatest rant they haye taken for several years Mrs Brandenburc writes beautiful let- Â¬ ters and there is always something good to be gained by reading them I hearti- Â¬ ly agree witli her on this expansion business I Bay keep all the territory gained lionebtly if it girdles the world and makes itself supporting It is time for oppression to ceaee for the oppress ed to be freed and isut it freedom to be long to the United States and to be gov- Â¬ erned by our government Golden Rod says How many have road a history of Spain I for one have read several histories of Spain I have read Ferdinand and Isabella by Presscott and also others Ferdinand and Isabella reads very much like a romance it is indeed most interesting yet there is a vein of treachery aud of cruel- Â¬ ty running through it all tne despots hand is there the blood thirsty Spaniard will plunge his stiletto into your heart while he grasps your hand in seeming friendship the fallen he will crush be Â¬ neath his heel and Bay it is for the church to advance the Christian relig ion That was Isabellas scheme when Â¬ Â¬ I tho hot In fict tlioOno Truo Wood Purifier Hoods Pills euro all llvur Ills 23 cents HOOdS Spaarma v she made slaves of the Moores and her soldiers came over here and put tho poor heathen savage to torturo for his gold But 1 agree witli Golden Rod the Spanish history is very interesting nnd you who have not read it would find it worthy a perusal you would feel moro patriotic and down in the very depth of your heart and soul you would cay I am glad that I am an American and that I live in these United States in Ox i Sale Commences Saturday Be on hand UNION STAR Miss Minnie Hoyle lias been very sick but is reported as being better John Gardner has left home with tho intention of entering the standing army Tom Robertson ij put to much trouble in order to give his cow due attention C M McGlothlan has been very sick for two or three weeks but is convalesc- Be in the swim W E BROWN CTk JL-- Â¬ ing The Quarterly Meeting will be held at this place Saturday and Sunday Jan JCV i8 20 Carlt Richardson and wife of Louis- Â¬ ville are visiting at D S Richardsons his father The weather is bo mild and Soring liko that wo can scarcely realize that this is the middle of January Bro J B Galloway was able to preach for us Sunday Jan 15 He says bis WOMAN LOVELY WOMAN y DO YOU WANT A h A i health is improving slowly There hav been several cases of sick Â¬ ness in town lately Many others are almost laid up with colds Percy Beard and wife of Hardinsburg are yisiting at D S Richardsons during the stay of Mr Carlt and wile ChriBlmas holidays were spent quietly in our little town except to shoot fire crackers roman cannons and sky rockets Our yonng people enjoy skating very ranch but it is not so pleasant and enjoy Â¬ able when they break through the ico aud get wet Mr John Jarrett closed his school tho Jan 1 i Schools are closing every week and ere long the Bchool at this place will have closed its public term John Wooster of Union Star moved last week to the farm of Dr Foote near Irvington He is a good citizen and the people are sorry to Bee him leave Emery Crosson was struck with a stroke of paralysis about the beginning of Christmas holidays and has not yet become able to walk about the house much Carlt Richardson came in town about the middle of last week with his spring line of goods This week ho is to give the store keepers of Custer Buras and others in that locality a call ii 4y O OLTD T3TJST FREE 4000 IAiTO OF CHARGE - E Well listen to us We have started a guessing contest at bur store We have placed a lot of navy beans in a fruit can and the person guessing the number of beans in the can gets the stove A guess goes with every dollars worth of goods purchased in our store The more you buy the more chances you have to guess DUKES La grippe holds fast to all ic gets Mrs Mary N ewborry has la grippe Roads are worse thau they were right after the flood A series of meeting commenced at the C P church Sunday James Lay started Monday morning to Owensboro with a load of tobacco Saturn is said to have eight moons A fine country for potatoes we presume Finley Burnett lias moved to near his father-in-laMr Hatfield near Pates ville Last week was one of thunder rain mud dismal lonely dreary winter weather The constant usor of intoxicants is made of limestone dirt which is a great absorber James Jarboe lost a good horse last Sunday with that fatal disease Some- Â¬ body name it please Rev II O Hook of Hardinsburg ar- Â¬ rived Sunday evening and is assisting in the moetings in progress at tho C P church Leo Campbell has commenced to erect Everybody is a new dwelling house No one thinks guessing his motive that Leu is going to keep batch Somebody please tell us where to find that part of tho Scripture where it say parents obey your children It must be there unless parents are being misled- newsy paThe Nkws is an per and Editor Goodnight spares none of the qualifications of the talented journalist that he is to lay before the public each weok a first class paper Mr Finis Baaharu and Mias Sophroula Blveus were married Sunday evening at five oclock at the home of the brides parents The ceremony wai performed by Rv 8 J Rlchey in the presenso of many friends Tho bride is the lovely and accomplished daughter of Clint Blvens late of Breckenridge county Tho groom is a respectable young farm Â¬ er The best wishes of a host of friends accompany them on their journey through life Wo expected ere thia to have ielt the w TRY TO GET THAT STOVE CALL AT THE STORE AND INSPECT IT i TEAFF HOBEN EZEnTTjaTcrz Golde- n- GoodBye Rheumatism Right Banish it Forever Â¬ sting from the pen of our antagonist city where he will attend dental college We had prepared for the worst bade Mr and Mrs Charles Anderson who loved ones adieu locked ourselves in rented the Morton property have moved from worldly surroundings applying fish in oil profusely to our brain and eating The calondar craze is a happy mackerel throe times a day as an Incense thought Its to remember me every to tho clarifying of our mental faculties day of the year Dear reader spoak gently of him re E P Hardaway Invited a few friends member that he too is a Kentucklan to seo him Monday evening January 0 but has used a great deal of vinegar during his life time and his blood is much A very pleasant time Frank Beayin who was away from thinner than the average Kentucky duelist Then the brother being eco- home last year relurnod OhriBtmiis and nomically economical he perhaps dont still remains witli his father feel disposed under the limited McKln Rev Crocker did not preach as anley prosperous times to ante up the nounced and Sunday School was held in quills to pay for publishing space in the the Baptist chmch Out of coal News Gracias uiuchisimo buen senor Edit- Â¬ or purque caiiuoaamtnte dando me el BEWLEYVILLE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Opportunity sell my hotel and restau Â¬ rant a substantial building con Â¬ taining 19 rooms with veranda on the front and idp with povqo Jots Tho business pays nicely as jMbbH uatod at a jailway junction and is tho only lunch stand ort tbo route My reason for selling is bofiausb I want to goon a farm at once I will Bellono half interest 6r the Whpla oif AjH information re Â¬ garding the business call nnd see me I will u dfifltfR Tcn vV Plenty of rain and mud Laltue Cox has had la grippe Banks Drury has gone to Illinois It Purely Vegetable hr Miss Mary Blanford has la grippe Goldkn lion Miss Mary Pay ton has gone home Si senora muchas gracias Editou Miss Blanche Jolly has been ill but is recovering Yea tiu true Foleys Honey and Tar T J Jolly Jr was very sick lost week Is the best Cough Medicine A R Fish Â¬ but is bettor now er Cloverport R A Shellman Steph G E Drury was in Hardinsburg a onsport E A Witt Hardinsburg couple of days last week Fletcher Blanford was away part ol llrdtf vltb ou vhtUur too contlnn last week returning ill rHiuv uuviriuriOD4004 WIU- WUM SPIIInlOO UUUXIHbiopo iu Charlie Drury was too indisposed to lint uviiuva niuihoud loal itoret you ironaTB u -BL IWTiii Huv attend church Sunday tatatliuurTvv elitaeurad nd POCM- - --d MAorrott Phelps Walker has gono to Bowling T M9 druffguiwba WlTMr ownua Ttk ll with m m win oufib rat Green to attend normal school Rill P4tJntl jr prliinu j Ou U4U1WCUTM1 lfcfMMMJt BhM cwior Mm fcomf Arthur Walker left Thursday for the Yo soy rauy blanda y leccion Espanol fellces toner tu tan dondadoaa Ouan salvo uno siepte toner bonito amigos tu tan I A bora bnena venture a tu y thnes buen cuidado de la Neuvas Comprende M JONAS LYONS Irvington Ky i MM M 1 diailBr fc i tlf fn aawfote 1 One MIhhU 3 Cfch Mt t w Cnr mllvllrrr rlWrrTt crM i