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Clay Worsted actual price 81500 will go at 1000 Other grades from 800 to 12 00 Suits 18 ounco HATS A lot of A better grade nt j j ah a iiii yiuuu 175 our price A 2 00 Hut for - HATS 75 j Mens Gray or Mixed Cashmere Suits worth 600 to 700 eloping out at 390 Black Clay Worsted Suits worth from 8750 to 8000 will go nt 575 Mens Black Grey or Brown Hats uuiuK suit miuu wurui 125 150 Extra largo German Linen Toweling with red or blun border open work and knotted fringe worth 125 for 75c 30c Napkins per set A good nice white fringed all Linen Nap48c kin por set Laco Curtnios three yards worth 150 our price por pair 75c Â¬ Working Top Shirts for A better grade Extra Heavy Jersey Top Shirts Sweaters A now Childrens Suits from 75c up 750 Caps 20c each A big DRY GOODS Calicoes per yard lot of Comforts and Hlankets Closiim Out at a Low Price PANTS to PANTS 400 95 Good line Jeans Pants 65 Better grade of All Wool Jeans worth 8125 Sunday Pants from 95c to 140 closing out at SHOES ST A t SHOES yrorth from out at 95 A better grade of 8200 Shoes will go at 150 Extra fine Dongola Kid lace or button Btock or patent leather tips a 300 Shoe now lot of Ladies Fine Shoes lace or button 1 25 to 140 will close them Mens good heavy Plow Shoes 225 125 150 125 A better grade for Sxtra heavy double sole worth price 98 5 1 1 165 our Good Bootjj for Meiis Fine Shoes Lace or Congress A bettor grade worth 200 our price Extra fine tan or black worth 300 for 150 215 Our best Indigo Blue Silver Gray and Simpsons Black por yard 4c Percales 36 inches wide all colors worth 10c to 12jc our price 7 Hoosier Cotton by the bolt 3 ac Outing Flannel 15 different patterns worth from 10c to J2lc per yard closing out at 8c 41 oc Canton Flannel per yard A good heavy regular 10c goods closing out p price 7c Shirting per yard 5c Bleach Muslin per yard 5c Hope Bleach regular 10c goods for 61 2c Black or Grey Cambric per yard 4l oC Red Table Cloth 50 inches wide per yard 17c Turkey Red Table Cloth 5G inches wide worth 35c our price per yard 25c Bleach Linen Table Cloth worth 35c clos- 1 out price 25c Toweling per yard 41 2C Towels per pair 12 3c A better grade for 15c Nice good Linen Towels worth GOc a pair 40c for 3c A lot of nice Rugs all kinds of patterns worth from 200 to 500 will close them out at 150 to 250 big lot of Sunday Laundered Percalo - 35c Shirts worth 50c for A better grade worth from 50c to 60c for 45c 5c Collars each A good Linen Standing or Lay down Collar 10c worth 15c each for 10c A nice lot of Ties 20c A better grade of Bows 35c Extra fine Puff Ties worth 50c for each 40c 20c 30c 48o We Handle All Kinds of Flour and Meal Prize Peanuts 5c boxes for 12 Bars of Pay Day Soap for 8 Bars of Lenox Soap for Big Deal Soap per bar Glass Dippers each A nice good grade of Rice per lb Shoo Soles per pair 4c 25c 25c 5c 10c 8c 10c TINWARE Half gallon Bucket A Gallon Bucket A One and One Half Gallon Bucket A Two Gallon Bucket 3 Pie Plates for Dish PanB for Bread Pans Coal Buckets worth 25c for A GROCERIES lbs Granulated Sugar for lbs Brown Sugar for Good Smoked Bacon per lb Silver Leaf Lard per lb 2 lbs of Good Soda Pickles per bottle Prepircd Mustard in a Tumbler all for Baking Powder por can Extract Lemon or Vanilla por bottle Heavy Weight Oysters per can Sweet Peas per can Sweet Corn per can 17 18 A Big Lot of A big Ladies Capes will go at a Bargain Price 100 100 8c 10c 15c 10c 14c 10c 15c 5c lot of Table Oil Cloth many different patterns any kiiid per yard 15c Suspenders pefpair 10c Sox per pair 5c and up Ladies Black Hoso per pair 5c and up Ladies Vests each 15c A hotter grade with silk tape around the neck worth 35c for 20c Extra fine trimmed front AvorthSOc for 38c Ladies Corsets each 49c 5 Spools of Machine Thread Kings 10c 7c 7c 5c 8c 5c 5c 5c 8c 8c 8c 5c 8c 10c Glassware A good nice Queensware 20c 35c 20c 30c 10c 15c GENTS FURNISHINGS Cloping Out Winter Shirts worth from 25c to 35c for 15c A better Grade 19c Extra Heavy Groy Shirts 35c Boston Baked Beans por can A large box of Mustard Sardines Oil Sardines 4c a box 3 boxes Brazil Cocoanut per box Coffee Arbucklcs or Lion por package for 10c a Good Green Coffee worth pound or 11 lbs for 3 Sacks Table Salt for 5c 10c 12c 100 10c Fleece Lined Shirts or Drawers 48c Geld Dust per package 1000 Matches in a box 4c Gc Pitcher for A set of Goblets for A good set of Tumblers A good nice lamp complete for Molasses Stand Cake Stand A set of Cups and Saucers containing 12 pieces for A better grado Soup Bowls worth from 10c to 25c will sell them from 5c up to Plates per set 20c 30c 15c 35c f V a This can not be classed as an advertisement It is not It is a simple appeal to those in need of goods to get them from where they must be moved Anyone who has ever attended a CLEARANCE SALE understands at once that such a stock of goods as we offer now for the prices must and will besold at thenar liest day possible If you benefit by it it is all right if we lose it is unavoidable These opportunities seldom knock at your door The wise and prudent will open and let them in No matter what your needs maybe youll find a saving in buying here COME COME- AND SEE US SEE COMPARE i- r PL H JJ fy ll v m H BAKER BROS kehttttokt E3cEeDiiTsBcrEeGK WEARS SHOULDER 3 MEMORY HONORED Deatbpt a Former BrcckcnMan at Mowea ridge qua III - R Catherine Goatley on Wednesday July the 23d 1831 Richard Folk Justice of Peace performed the marriage ceremony Five children blessed thlnr union two of whom preceded him to the spirit wond three with the anted wife are left to mourn him Mrs Lou A Combs James W and Scott Gregory who each have families and live in this city WANTS BIG DAMAGES Â¬ STRAPS Peter Brathear Wins his Commission by Hard Work DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES THE CLARION Toots a Few Boquets for Sleepy Hawes EAGER vllle I Johnson Butler A larg9 gathering of friends was pre Â¬ sent at the weddlnK of M F Johnson to Miss Lena Butler at Bell Springs last Thursday The ceremony was perform- Â¬ K It Oiutet ft Whole Town to Mourn His ed by Rev E Priest The contracting popular in the neigh Lew Earties are very in which they live and were warmly congratulated liv all The Moweaqua Republican publish FROM FOOT TO KNEE ed at Moweaqua III devotee almost the - whole of its editorial page this week lo a description pj the funeral obsequies and Ohio Woman Suffered Great Agony Gregory a rrom aTerrlblo Soro Her Story of TlWa write up of Waublugton citizen and former BreckenridgH county the Caao and Har Cure settler of Moweaqaa The folIn old is the obituary of the deceasedFor many years I was afflicted with a lowing milk leg and a ew yars ago It broko out in the Republican i fSYfubllshed Washington Gregory was born on a In a epro and spread from ray foot to my farmla Breonrldge tounty Ky near knee I suffered urat agony It would HardiibW August 7the lltb 1827 bum and Itch alt the tiino and discharge end died at his home on Wednesday a great deal My health waa good with at 11 oclock a m of la the except Uu o this sore I tried a great of 14 days igHpp alter a severe Illness many kinds ol salvo but some would On being told by bis physician of his spro so that I could hardly critical condition he expressed to his lrritato the family hat if it were Gods will he was stand tho pain I could not go near the ready to go He was the son of Peter fire without Buffering intensely Someone of the war of of - Gregory who was a soldier name waa sent me papers containing testimonialstold 1812 nU mothers maiden cures by Hoods Batsaparllln and I Mary Dobadn He waa the second from my husband 1 would Ulco to try this med the youngest child in a family of nine lolne He got me a bottle aud I found It children who were noted for longevity helped me I kept on aklug it until my one of his brothers John Gregory died I cannot age of limb was completely healed three years ago fit the advanced 8 ytui his sister Mrs Mary Roff died praise Hoods Banaparllla enbugb for tho great benefit It has been to me It a law weeks ago at the ipo S0 He leaves a brother Edward cleanses the blood of all Impurities and Tears Mas QrtKpry llylM la Pern Tp 81 years of leaves It rloh and pure EAKKN Whittlesey Ohio aSeVw ye and Mra Ellen Candle o You can buy Hoods Barsaparllla of all a this plees sed 74 years He became at druggists Bo sure to get only Hoods maeaWof the Gflead Baptist church thiavortto family ToUworttJuf r the ga ofwith years HOCKlS Wm cathartic lrlcejso He wm wiited la wwriage Jalltb lm AtJ2 miirre Tho hundreds of friends of Peter Brashear son of Mr and Mrs J I Brakeman Chandlers Admini- Brashear formerly of this city but now of Owensboro will learn with pleasure strator Files a 25000 that lie has been commissioned first lieutenant iu the Fourth Regiment Ken Suit tucky volunteers now being mustered out at Camp Sliipp Annlston Ala Tho commisinn was granted him by Gover- Â¬ Lieutenant Brashears Is Working the Accident for All it Is nor Bradley As promotion was fully deeerved Worth quartermaster sergeant ho performed his duties so faithfully that he won the commendation of all who were associated Henry Heuser administrator of Thom with him in army life He Is a splen Â¬ as Chandler filed a 25000 damnge suit did typo of the volunteer soldier aud it against C P Bush the Deau Tie Cojn is a fine tribute to his abilities that pany and W J Dean Jr he was promoted as a result of merit Chaudler was a brakeman in the em Â¬ rather than influence St ploy of tho Louisville Henderson I jiiiIb ltnllrnAil jiimnanv 1hn dffundanta THEY WERE MORBID are In the tie business iu llreckenridKU ami unio counties anu nave luauiug sm Mods along tho Henderson route It is alleged in the petition that a car One Foolish Girl Suicided the Other on which Chandler waa riding was over- Â¬ Failed loaded and jumped the track causing the death of the brakeman Morbidly brooding over the growsome Heuser has already entered suit against ilu I II Ar Kt T rutlrnnil nmnnnnv fnr details of the suicldo of Ernest McCoun 25000 damage alleplng that Chandlers and because one of them had been dis a lettor from ueatli was causeu uy mu curuietsaueea ui appslulud in not receiving girls made an her lover two 10 yoar old the company Louisville One attomnt at It is rumored that ho will alsolustltute them Mlfs suicide inChurch of Gallatinof Tammie suit igilust the builders of the car on which Chandler wau riding for not mak Â¬ Tenn was successful The other Miss ing It strong enough to carry the frieght Floreuca Johuson her cousin failed he Miss cause was discovered in tlmo with which It was loaded Johnson formerly lived at Eliztbethtown Will LooaleHero 0 Hasklns of Grinnell 111 waa in Elected Seoretary the city last week and after looking tho Mies GeuBe Brashear has been elected field over decided that ha will locate etary ol the Owenaboro Board of hre permanently It is his intontion erwmers to succeeu w 11 uouri- to open up a wholesale produce and poultry packing houe at this polut rW- The position urines a salary 01 Miss Brashear Ho returned to Grhjnell Friday and will flly dollars per month make preparations to movo his family has a hoHt of friends in Breckenrldco county who rejoice at her good fortune h ere at once Â¬ - FORJUYERS Â¬ Mr Edwin Brashear was in Hardins burg Monday How the Politicians are Lined standing be is a on business Notwith- Big Tobacco Crop Not Yet Sold native of Breckenridge county this is hie first trip to Hardins at Jolly Station Up Por the Race burg in thirty years Mr Alex Boyd of Cloverport was in town Thurs day Considering the high license and Three Hundred Thousand Pounds of tho SomB Dark Horses are Being Groomed for the fact that he has always wanted to Weed Awaiting a Market move back to Haweaville it would sur Â¬ the Contest prise no one to boo him returning to the The farmers in the Jolly neighborhood best town between Holt and Petri raised an immense crop of tobacco last The following are the candidates for year and the weed grades away up in quality the various state offices at the approach- Â¬ State Taxes all Collected ing democratic statu convention They now have about 800000 pounds of Mer- Â¬ Every county sheriff in the State has of tobacco on their hands that they For Governor P W Hardin cer W J Stone of Lyon Wm Goebel settled in full with the State Auditor for would dispose of could they find a buyer taxes due from this county for 1898 and No tobacco buyer has been in that of Kenton For Lieutenant Governor Thomas II has received his quietus from that offi Â¬ neighborhood this season to look at the Tho sheriils have been more crops of weed Hays of Jefferson Wm P Throne of cial Henry and J CN Beckham of Nelson prompt in settling than heretofore only lhe farmers are now all done stripping For Auditor John B Ohenault of two the Bheiiffs of Casey and Knox and they are anxious to sell Madison Gns 0 Coulter of Grayes R counties waitiug until tho last day of D Collier of Harrison and June Gayle the year to settle THREE NEW ARRIVALS The total amount paid in bv the 110 of Owen The total For Attorney General Jas A Scott counties wai 300302828 of Franklin R F Peak of Oldham and value of all the property equalized for The Stork Making Frequent Trips to taxation waa 552057708 W M Smith of Louisville Jolly Station For Secretary of Stote Green R Hard on Wheat of KellHr of Nicholas and 0 B Hill The little town of Jolly over on the Clark Last Tho weather of last Thursday and branch is growing in population For Treasurer Wilbur B Hagar of Wednesday night waa very hard on week three brand new babies madothoir Boyd i R 0 Ford of Bell and Gus W wheat The ground froze at night and a appearance at the little town and now Richardson of Meade thaw took place in the day time which the local druggist is all smiles as tbere is For Supt Public Instruction John T caused a largo part of the crop in this an increased demand for paregoric and Gaines of Louisville G V Hickman county to be winter killed The wheat castorla of McLean and John II Moore of that waa Bowed late in tho fall looks very On January 14 the household of Mr Ballard bad while the earlier sowing Is in line and Mrs Forrest Miller was made happy by the arrival ot a fine bdy the first There are Beyers others who contem Â¬ condition plate running for the various nomina male heir Sold a Big Crop tions but they are being held In reserve On January 17 Henry Elmore aad wife aud aro being groomed as dark horses Jim Durham of tha Kfrk neighbor rejoiced over the coming ot aiiatand hood is ono of the most extensive tobac Â¬ chubby boy the second that baa glad co planters in this stctlon of the state dened thetr home On January 7 a handsome boy anpoar Last year he raised between 30000 and Kind You Haw Always BoujM Besrs tbs 40000 pounds of the weed He sold this ed at the h6me of Mr and Mrs Henry -Immense crop to Will Hensley at the Basham It hat beca there ever aud la now boas of tha roach handsome price of H and 4 4 I OASfTOnXA 1 jf V -- V - yrJgp This Space Belongs to the ilJ IJW rfr 1T- - J5Z BRECKENRIDGE KEWS imiiw HARDIN8BURG Mlsi Linnle Haswell Is slowly recover- Â¬ ing froui a long attack of bilious fever Milton Coke has finished his school at Balltown and has returned here to live Mrs Emlline Board baa been confined to her home for some time on account of bad health Mrs Will Gardner of Irvlngton was here last week the guest of Mrs Owen Cunningham Attorney Morris Eskridge was at Clov- Â¬ erport last Wedueaday Biid Thursday taking depositions Mra Bowtner lias gono to visit her daughter in Virginia mid wll probably remain several month CliriaAhl has just recovered from n severe case of the grip Ilia wife lias been down with it also Kev J W Bigham had a full house last Sunday night at the city hall to hear his sermon to men only An order was made in the County Court last Monday establishing the now road to tho Tar Springs Johnnie Kincheloe returned to Louis ville last Monday to continue his courso in the Kentucky School of Medicine A larga delegation from West View emtio in Sunday night to hear the sermon by the Kev J W Bigham to men only Harold Beard left last Moudav for Louisville where he goes to attend the lectures at the Kentucky School of Medicine The application of James Mattingly and others for a change of road near Mc Daniels was withdrawn by the appli Â¬ cants Mrs Laura Kurtz of Webster was here a few dnya last week visiting her old friends and attending the revival services Kev Felix Koberts of West View and Kev J W Miller of the Falls of Rough were here last week attending the revival at the city hull Mra Frank Haswell of Cloverport came up last week and was the truest for a few days of her mother Mrs John P Haswell Sr Mrs Blythe who Uvea out on the pike has been dangerously ill with the grip Her two daughters Mrs Jule Hardin and Mrs Tousey have both been attend ing tier Lewis Kincheloe returned last week from a visit to hisbrotherJamea Kincheloe at Carrolton Ky Jimmie is in the jewelry business at that place and it is reported that he haa the finest establish Â¬ ment of the kind in the city Judge Barr of the United States Court has denominated the Batik of Hardinsburg of this place as the depositary for all funds in bankruptcy in this county The bank is a solid institution and this is a compliment to its officers The big revival at the city hall ha numbered a host of conversions so far and the preaching by the Key J W Bigham lias been the best evsr heard in Tluse who no to hear this community him may look for anything but a dull time Kev Laitchfieldof Braudenburg who was here several days last week attend- Â¬ ing the revival at the city hall returned He hail a home last Friday evening pleasant sHy among our people ami lie also preached a utrorg sermon tit the eleven oclock service ou Friday morn ing Miss Tula Daniel was called to Lexing Â¬ ton last Thurslay to her sister Mrs Beardsley who waa reported ill with pneumonia Before her arrival however her sister passed away The remains were brought here on Friday for inter ment and the funeral services took place from the residence conducted by tho Rev J W Bigham Prof Logan will probably employ Prof Roberts of rikron Meade county to as sist him through the spring session at the B X College Some correspondence has taken place between them with reference to the matter aud it iH quite likeiy Prof Roberts will accept The spiing session at the college is always attended by a goodly number of pupils from the country who take the course preparatory to getting a certificate for teaching Messrs Login and Koberts are able instructors and there can be no doubt but what they will have a full school Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ yr IM Q - a JnsDfcV BiUifi Jidltori and Frtprittii JAN 2ft WEDNESDAY 1890 r vigor What does it do It causes theoil glands In the skin to become more active making the hair soft and glossy precisely as nature intended It cleanses the scalp from dandruff and thus removes one of the great causes of baldness It makes a better circu- Â¬ lation in the scalp and stops the hair from coming out SIX PAGES Editok Lkw B Brown of TaylorevHle recently loet hta newspaper plant by fire Last weeks edition ot the Sponcer Courier however waa inajtnlficent from every point ot view He is to bo con Â¬ gratulated or hla enterprise and tlio peo pta of Tayloraville should act on the principle that therea nothing too good for Lew Pkof J J GL2NN has retired from the Madisonvllle Hustler having sold his interest to his partner 0 0 Givone Prof Glenn as editor made the Huatler one of the very beat papers in the State It was clean conservative and able In its Under Mr Glvens editorial utterances the paper will continue to keep up ita high standard of literary and typograph- Â¬ ical excellence BURLEY SALES Eclipse Grocery Company Hardinsburg Kentucky m m i v -- WATGH Cheap Goods TERMS STRICTLY CASH FOR THE OPHVVG7 r i JL A jfrwiift t THF - Fresh Goods Fl - Select Stocfc tf4 - I PCtE Free Deliver tqAnyif art or xne uy TOBINSPORT IND II M Lamb went to Cannelton Satur- Â¬ day Miss Martha Harris is visiting friends and relatives here Mrs J F Winchell of RockDort Ind is visiting her mother Herbert Cockrell wife and children went to Cannelton Monday Cary Whitehead has gone to Louisville to accept a position as clerk Q K Groves and wife spent Saturday with Tobin Groves and wife Mrs Nat Ahl of Moweaqua III is here visiting her son and daughter Jim Lyons is Acting Deputy Sheriff while John Simons is sick Miss Mary Emma Clark of Cannelton is visiting her aunt Mrs Mollie Ryan Rev Ferroll and wife are visiting Mrs Ferrells parents at this place Jack Wright has pneumonia This is Mr Wrights second attack this winter Mrs Ann P Ik and Mrs Willa Weath erholt spent Friday with Mrs Casa Gardner Mr Fred Knisely of Tell City was here last Friday the guest of Mr Waldo riJ joy Prices Brought By Breckenridge Weed In Louisville it Prevents and it Cures Baldness Ayers Hair Vigor will surely make hair grow on bald heads provided only k People are Making Fistfulls of Money The following are the daily sales of Breckenridga county burley on the Louisville market Bince last Wednesday Wednesdays Balea9 lihda new leaf lugs and trash 3 hhda at S to 0 00 0 hhda at 5 CO to 3 50 Thursdays sales 4 hhda new lug and trash 1 hhd at SCJO 3 hlids at 3U3 to 44 hhda new leaf Iurs and trash 8 hhds at 7b0 to 0 10 30 hhds at 3 GO to 3 55 Mondays saleB 14 hhds new leaf lugs and trash 8 hhda at ibO to C 10 JO hhds at 5 CO to 365 Fridays sales there is any life remain- Â¬ ing in the hair bulbs It restores color to gray or white hair It does not do this in a moment as will a hair dye but in a short time the gray color of age gradually disap- Â¬ pears and the darker color of youth takes its place Would you like a copy of our book on the Hair It is free and Scalp If yon do nnt obtain nil the benftfita you expected from the uae ot tte Vigor vrmo me uncior annul u Address Kit J C AVER ixmeu Ainu at Irvington r Ever since the MONEY RAISING SALE hM jeen going on at Browns Store people have been crowding there to get the advantage of the OBITUARY 20 Per Cent Discourit made on all classes of goods except Groceries 1 Pety Trone Esquire Is dead His lite was short but not full of trouble He was our constant companion and we did He all we could to make him happy waa allowed all the privileges possible at his home aud we often gave Mm fresh bones for which he snowed ho was thankful by his playful manner He never went from home at night and not often in day time unless we were with him We grieve over his loss and to know that we will never see him again and feel that no other can ever take his place He waa aociable and friendly be- Â¬ ing ever ready to shake hands even up to his dying hour He now sleeps be neath the Bod in the side yard a sleep that knows no waking We will plant violets on his grave to the respect and memory of the best little dog that ever Ella and Jank Smith lived Â¬ tiimoiiB Mrs Waldo Simons went to Cannel- Â¬ ton Sunday to see John He was no WEST VIEW Tlio public school will close in two weeks Mich Meyer of Custer passed hero Thursday Robert Norton went to Hardinsburg Saturday Acy Xoblett wont to Hardinsburg Wednesday Taylor Beard ot Hardinsburg was here Wednesday Marshal Cundiff went to Hardinsburg Tuesday John Tucker passed with Iiib new bride Friday Kev Felix Roberts preached at Mt Zion DELIGHTFUL TREAT Rev McDonald Will Read in the Scotch Suuday Dialect On Friday night the people of Clover port will be given a magnificent oppor- Â¬ tunity to hear Kev Donald McDonald give readings from the leading works of Ian McLaren aud J A liarrie Tiiese readingn will be given in the fecotch dialect Kev McDonald ia lifted with a mellifluous voice and with that artistic conception of beauty that he will do juati eto the selections with which he The reading will favor his audience will take place at the Presbyterian church and will be for the benefit of the Admission 25 cents building fund Kev Mi Donald baa given readings in the largest cities in the country and has been accorded a high meed of praise by Taylor Wingus has been quite ill but is better now The wifo of B S Armes is very low at this writing right often Pete Luslio goes to seo his Uncle Sam of late Kev Davis of the M E church preached at Fair View Suuday Miss Eesia Mathews was a guest of Miss Eulah Pumphrey Thursday night Henrv Mattingly who lias been in bad health for a long time is no better If you want to hear quick wita listen to Sam Heuninger aud Art Uoodman Dave and Lto Brown of Caye Spring went to Hardinsburg Saturday on busi Â¬ ness the prebs Friday brought the close of a very suc cessful school taught by Miss Rena RobA High Compliment Persons who lead a life of exposure erts Gid Lampton and Georgo Holmes The following is from a Bucvrus Ohio are subject to rheumatism neuralgia and paper aud refera to Mrs I T Keitl nee lumbago will find a valuable remedy in camped here Thursday night on their Sliss Lafayette LaHeiBtof this oity BALLARDS SNOW LINIMENT it way to Illinois The congregation at tiie Presbyterian will Miss Bettie Harned who taught a suc- Â¬ large and Bubdue inflamma- Â¬ banish paina church on Sunday were unusuallyof tiie cessful school at CaveSpring passed here both morning and evening one solos tion Price 25 and 50 cents A It Thursday ou her way to Oklahoma attractions being the beautiful Fisher sung by Mrs LT lteld of Cloverport a clear and sweet voice Every Kv who has La Grippe ib again epidemic BIG SPRING Mrs Keid sang on Monday evening precaution should bo taken to avoid it song Lead Kindly Light the beautiful Born to the wife of Steve Smith on Its specific cure is Oue Minute Cough lhe spe- Â¬ which waa much appreciated by the pastor January 17 a son Cure A J Sheperd Publisher Agricial services conducted Miss Maymo Medley is visiting rela- Â¬ will be continued C H McCaslin cultural Journal and Advertiser Elden i I during the week also Mrs Keid tal- Â¬ tives in Louisville No one will be disappoint- Â¬ Mr Samuel Jacobs of Lousville ia Mo says kindly favor the audience with her All are spending a few days with 11 Mayer ed in using One Minute Cough Cure for ented voice during the services Pleasant to take quick to Mr Edgar Moorman son of Mr Tom La Grippe welcome Moorman is yery ill at present with ty Â¬ act Short Haynes Wants a Tavern License phoid fever Sylvester Oliver made au application Mr Charlie Moorman Sr of St John CUSTER before the County Court last Monday for waa here Saturday to visit his brother to keep a tavern at Buras with T K Moorman a license Cuser is on a loom the privilege of retailing liquors The Stevo Klingsroith ia all smiles now application was met by a strong remon- Â¬ for a little son made his appartinco at Ova Board says that ho likes persim- Â¬ strance The Court continued the matter his house on tho 17th inet mons tlio next term and intimated tnat until wedding bell is still ringng who Messrs Bob John Morris he would be governed by the sense of a went to Cecilia Miller and to spend Sun Â¬ is The next majority of the legal voters living within day with some ofSaturday the fair ones a radius of two miles of Buras as to Mr Otto Trent is going to LouiBville Miss Nan Martinatteuded the double next week whether they wanted whiskey sold there wedding of Carlton Spriugate and or not lUymond Meadera school will close at Custer January 18 next Friday Walker May Mrs Ben Clarkeou is iu Louisville that he la the smartest John Cook The marriage of Miss Hattie B May spending a few dayH with her daughter man in town Bays Hardinsburg last Monday to Mr 111 Oilie May who is there attending school of pass d Mr Hal Drain of Webster Walker of Moutana was quite a surprise Misi Ilortenso Miller returned home to her numerous frlenda The wedding Sunday from Maae Grovo whore she through town Tuesday Dave Mayer has been all smiles the waa a quiet affair and took place at the had been the guest of Miss Emma Stitli past week Guess why brides residence last Monday morning for the past two weeks Bigham oflipi at 11 oclock Kev J W Mr Logan Butler was the guest of Mr Ed Miles bad a Bale ating The Nkws extends congratula- Â¬ 21st and started Tuesday Saturday the MIbs Lullu Snyder Sunday for Missouri tions Mtas Mollie Peraa was the guest of where lie will live with his son who has been out there for several ye a re Mine Amelia Harned Wednesday Was Acquitted Miss Ola Slmmate of Stitha Valley Miss Blanche Claycourt Is visiting her James Manning of the firm of Chapin Â¬ while going to her school Just Tuesday uncle Dr B W Meador this week Hanningdistillera was tried be morning Son her horse became frightened on Miss Lilla Mayer of Buras is the fore Police Judge Sklllman last week city throwing her and fracturing her arm at guest of her aunt Mrs Leon Meyer a charge of selling liquor within tho the elbow She waa attended by Dr Mr Herbert Oliver was the guest of limits December 24tu in violation of tho Strother wiio reports her as doing well A number of witnesses Miss Minnie Bruuer Sunday evening city ordinances were examined but none ol them gavo Mr James Huvnes and wife were the positive evidence against the accused guests of Mr aud Mrs Mayer Friday acquitted by the jury lie was Mirs Nan Martin is the guest this week of her sister Mrs Dock Sprintate Its a Boy Dave Mover said that he Is going to The home of Mr and Mra O 0 Per riiro waa brightened on the 18th uy tiie constitution undermined by ex- Â¬ crop with Mr Olaycomb near Irvington Both tliis year arrival of a beautiful boy baby Mr Wade Pile was the gueat of his mother and child are doing well and travagance in eating by disre- Â¬ Guess host girl Wednesday evoning the father hes as proud as the Czir of garding the laws of nature or who sue Is ituaala Rev James Tucker and family have To insure a happy new year keep the physical capital all gone if so moved to town We are glad to have body vigorous by liver clear and the them with us using DeWltta Little Early Risers the Messrs Dave Meyer and Herbert Olve and famous little pills for constipatiou Miss Tutts Liver Pills will cure you were tiie guests ofFriday Nau Martiu aud night Miss Olie Wilson liver troubles Short A Haynea For sick headache dyspepsia Custer is always on a boom We have shops and two stores Pierce Property 8otd for 1500 sour stomach malaria torpid two saloons three blacksmithIs a marshal All we need Jeff Harnbleton of Henderson was at liver constipation biliousness Jlardinabunr last Monday and bid Coughing injures and inflames sore in tho R B Pierce residence at Gloves and all kindred diseases lungs One Minute Cough Cure loosens poll which vu sold by tho Commission er at the court house door at fl50Q the cold allays coughing and heals quickly The beet cough cure for chil Vorevor To Curo Comlltloo TakoOucaroU Caudv Cathartic lOporto dreuHhort Haynea rncmey U 0 00 rati to euro droggUU relund -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ better yesterday Mrs Neal Gilbert and son Lonnle went to Cannelton Saturday to get their insurance money Miss Rose Polk who has been in Cloverport with her BiBter was home on a few days visit this week Mrs Wood Weatherholt and children of Cloverport spent Saturday and Sun- Â¬ day with Mra Florence Simons Q K Groves has gone into the chick Â¬ He has an incubator and en Dusiness has six chicks already hatched Rev Nash of Cannelton conducted Quarterly Meeting bunUay iilder bteelo being sick with la grippe and un- Â¬ able to attend Capt W W Weatherholt and wife and Miss Marietta Lamb went to Rome to attend the protracted meetings being held by Rev Murr Mesdames H M Lamb J W Hayden and Mies Rose Polk Bpent last Wednes Â¬ day with Mrs G brain Polk and partook of a very excellent dinner Dick Newman who has been at work for the past two years for W R Polk has gone home to stay We will miss Dick for he was a good kind boy Miss Nannie Taylor returned to Derby Sunday on the Tarascon Mies Nannies school has been delayed a week on account of illness of the principal Waldo Simons was called to Cannel- Â¬ ton Saturday to see his son John who is sick at the home of Mrs Mattle Lyons John has typhoid fever and is under the care of Dr Ladd of that place Ramiilkk off regular prices People who buy 1 worth of goodB get 20 cents back People that buy 5 worth get 1 back People that buy 20 worth get 5 back This discount is 5 i 1 It Is a Money Raising Sale For the dealer and a Money Making Sale for the customer Go there to buy goods and see how much tne sale wiil save you Eemember its at JIi W E BROWNS IRVINGTON t KY AKX Â¬ QUARTERLY REPORT of the Bear the Signature of OAJSTOORXA 7h8 Kind You Haw Always Bocgtt BANK OF HARDINSBURG HardlnsburK Ky YOU ARE MISSING some good QUARTERLY REPORT OF THE At tbe close of business on the 31st day o December 1898 RESOURCES and discounts less loans to directors Overdrafts unsecured Loans Due from National banks 1713753 BRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport Ky 1150398 7 you tho fail things if rii to attend- - rjfi At the close of business on the 31st day of December 1898 RESOURCES Loans and discounts less loans to directors 1 oani to officers Overdrafts unsecured Due from National banks 17104 70 Due from state banks and bank ers 1133097 Hanking house and lot Other real estate U S JlomU Other stocks and bonds Specie Currency 7J59 39 381966 161000 79 J737i 3000 63546 Banking house and lot Other real estate Other stocks and bonds 3612500 Exchangee for Clearing Furniture and fixtures LIABILITIES Capital stock paid In in cash Undivided profits Deposits subject to check ton which Interest is not paid 66535 7 Time certificates of deposits on which Interest Is paid 74639 53 JIJ45 66 looo 17I8S5 S5O0O DISCOUNT SALE AT mwein I 9335 7 300000 1150000 1030000 30Sa67j 1000000 14117599 ARE YOU BANKRUPTiieith NEVER DESPAIR County ol Hreckenrldje i oi Furniture and Fixtures II Heard Ca shier Dank of llardlnsburtr a 300000 bank located and doing business In the city of liar Debts in suit Stamp Account 14000 dinsburtr In said county being duly sworn says thttthe foregoing report Is in all respects n true 33573678 statement of the condition of the siid bank attlie LIAMMTIUS close of business on the 31st day of December I 98 to Capital stock paid In in cash 45100x0 the best of his knowledge and belle j and farther Surplus fund 1000000 says that the business ol said bank has been trans Undivided profits 58153 acted at the location named and not elsewhere I Due depositors as follows viz t and that the abovo report Is made In compliance Deposits subject to chrck on with an official notice received irom the Secretary Is not paid 8459735 which interest of State designating the 30th day ol December 1898 Tlmo certificates of deposit on as the day on which such report shall be made which Interest Is paid 936SS95 l783S6ao M II Heard Cashier O W Heakd Fund to pay taxes 40606 Directors Moikii Eskkidge Dividend j j dividend declared J D V IIeahu th s day 1353 00 Subscribed and sworn to beforo me by M K Heard the 9th lay of January 1C99 Stats ok Kejtucy t cq Frank Hoard N PDC County ol lliecUoriJtfe Mi lly commission expires with next session Ken R Skillmtn cashier of Ureckinride A Bank a lucky Senate bank located and doing bmlns at No Wall street in the city ol Cloverport in said county being duly sworn says that the forrgolng- - report lain all re Â¬ When you go to Hardinsburg spects a true statement of the condition of the said tho stop binkat the close of business on the 31st day of Dec 1808 to the best of hla knowledge and belief j and further says that the business of said bankhas been transacted at the location named and not elsewhere j und that the above report Is made Iu compliance with an official notice received from the JAMES HARRIS Proprietor Secretary of State designating the 31st day of Dec Home Newly Furnished Throughout I8j3 as the day on which such report shall be made A II Siollm an Cashier REASONAHLO M 347 86 15647 86 State or Kentucky ec f7355 5 lM7 THE FAIR Cloverports Leading One-Price-Hou- se at For 20 Ytars His Lid ill Worm For balo by A K ORMS Fiaber VERMIFUGE Mftln WHITES CREAM OuanHt RrijTlW Conirol9aloner tt441 OulitT Commercial - Hotel piths GoverportTKyvKy of JAMES F BALLARD Louis Uommistionert Notice Breckenridge Circuit Court Wllllim NDruryiadmr JVir j Notice j Equity WMa A Druty e il Defti ftpTlfr J T V Subscribed and sworn to before me by A II Skillman cashier the 6th day of January 1899 Ous U Skiuman N 1 II C Comroiulon expires Jan 16 1000 NotlOB lNUJiuv II Ilowxau Ski ilman BnacKiimbofcCiitcviTOn BUaBIJTH u Npt cwims ceased ia J Director FV A PRACTICAL SURVEYOR For Information on sur- Â¬ veying writo me at BEAVN KY lTi SlVa5lPfoftpfnderfKn wdiir 7C 7 ucicascu ate notified to BUCHAjUcj nptjwcif TMVrf WU MtrtMHlll VHViua MOTfJ JtfcM TJiVlXli 3 II at hi office In the town of J illK orbefora th Srnni 111 Urdnbu i u 1 hl the lath day ol February itkw ri Ky J - Tutts Liver Pills an absolute cure All ptrsons Indebted to J B Whit worth by note or account are hereby notified to come lorvrard and settle at once or collection will be enforced by aw CLOVERPORT ous unoVNccp nndm V0 IIABUAOK Assignee One Minute Cough Cure cures Vbt mh It wu made for for Vlttj Cent Guaranteed tobacco habit cure wakes weak men atroB- - Wood pure Wc 1 Xll flrjiftot tylrcvlt Cbtiriu oU fpr tiia oth d P mBZBsnsee tfid infrUtAllVi cd Jf etrsary Afr 0 PHI I U ti -- n2 jyfwmiirTii iWht hi at Wvwy J -- - Breckenridge News 1811 RAISE VEGETABLES UROKOTIIBICG jajaftj Down WKDNK3DAY JAN 25 POkPLGXING They aro a Big Help and Cut Expenses Tobacco Healed Discord In the Paris Peace Conference ToIihcco is a liealer of discord shys the London Uigar and Tobacco Worjd The peace commissioners at Paris for three or four sittings mnlntalned a vary stiir an I formal demeanor but after nwlillo the patience of thu Spaniards broke I hiive observed down said their president that the American commis sioners are accustomed to smoking May I suugest Hint wo join together iu our one bond of sympathy and proceed to light our c girsandclgtrettesY Carried netn con QUUSTION Wo tire astonished when no learn how uiHiiy valuable food plants who un Â¬ Z ISA j JwnWtill -- 1 Nico lino Cluthimr 289 5400 8 to to 350 750 Fin6 Tailor Made Extra fine Tailor Made fancy i fubui iiiiiiin to 1250 49c to Si 000 Extra nice Jackotn in Astrioiue Beaver cloth strictly tailor made S500 to 10 Strictly Tailor Made Broad Cloth and Cheviot Jacketp 250 Geo to 500 Co Mel I a uranaenpurg ny 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE jjmgjn rfwW Anyena landing a ketch and description ma quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an invention Is probably patentable Communlcn UotuttrlatWconadentliU HindbooV on Patents ent five Oldeet alienor for securing patent Tatenni taken tnroukh Mann k Co receive wshcuhuoucm wuncai enarge mug Designs Copyrights c TitADE Marks Scientific Jftnericam r lumtrated nr onths 11 V denude josrnal Bold Bt weekly Ijireest eti Terms 3 brail newadealen D C JbttaehOfl loe Washington 1 MMuL fTBa jkl TlA reH Â¬ Most fascinating Invention ot the age Alwais 1 Teady to entertain It M requires no skill to oper Â¬ ate It and reproduce tno music ot bands orchestras vocalists or Instru- mwitJLl EAlntltB Thprola nothlnr like ttfor an evenings entertainment nacw po caiiua raiaiDK mcmnes reproauce onlr records ol cut nnd dried subjects specially prtpared In a laboratory but the Qraphophono U not limited to such nerfnrmanrea On thn Orajlhophono you can easily make and Instantly reproduce records ot tho voice or say sound Tfiusit constantly awaken new Interest and Its charm Is ever fresh Tho reproductions aro clear and brilliant j f Â¬ Manufactured Vlnder iht patenU of Bell Talnter JJIU00 an sludanaM Oar wtabllatimiint is bead COLUMBIA 1 CraHWMies are sold ler 10 known to our ancestorn and wonder what they ate When a new food plant is discovered it comes into choral use Wlinn flocH tlio Uontiiith century le very stowly olteti rtquiriiiK tlio aid of Kln ItHuttms HlrmiKn Hint tills hIioiiUI the government to get the people o use be a viXimI question lint it n It cornea it Many excellent foods havo been as a frequent Inquiry in tlii mail of used in one country for many yiara be fllcoj mwrtutoor Tim twrtiitlftli can foro they are Introduced into tlio turybiginn January 11101 N xt yrar neighboring countries Cities will uiu is the lant of the ninetewith uotinirv fur vast quantities ol foald which the sur MtoHlniplu ro wm tliutlttik 100 uulU rounding fnmidM H ltlom produce or to make a huiuiiel Ninev ulu U unit tsBtu In the coniiiiiiiiny in which Parsnip Complexion ehoit If a debt of 11100 nuh to Ih iIU live I never saw salnlfy or iispaiagiH in cjharjjwl nobody would Hunk of i rkm -- any It does not rtquiro an expert to detect et I tell wagon farmer ri garden Hixono d lurof thu utu juut in p irt ol loads of a in the tovii The Not one farm tlio sulTerer from kidney lioublo an addition Iiundrud Nineteen hun er in iw nty Iihs a dinli ol mrtbrrk B hollow cheeks the sunken eyes the dred j hum muko iilnuu fti cent u t 8 h it in a year while iu town they u insume dark putly circles under the eyes the the twentieth century utuc it 1 can sallow parship colored complexion indi Â¬ ahont live gillotH per capita will not b i here until the tliit uf name a number f luml plants which cates it 1001 It will g vh Ui to the twenty tt imii bo tmily produced by every firmer A physician would ask if you had century on January 1 2001 rheumatism a dull pain or ache in tiie and whluli his family would enj y or which could be sold with iirotit Hut he hack or over the hips stomach trouble 1 SAVED OUR LIFE is wedded to liog and liouiliij Hid desire to urinate often or a burning or scalding iu pasjiug it after passing there knows not what lie mlsicu Do Not Neglect the Kdneys and yiltifor vegetable oybter lias long is an unsatisfied feeling as if it must be beii Itn iwn as a food pUut yet not ni at once repeated ar if the initio lias a Bladder iemially known m it mi mlil le It brick dint deposit or strong o lor When tliesj Mmptonu are present no UfaoitUr of HitH iinpnit ml orjtau should plautid kImI cum V tied the uauaes linhtd dijHM rheumatism imin same us U is tint as time should ltd lost iu removing the le tU puis dpi in in the birk dropsy audotlnr troubles hardy us parsuipi and bhould tie dug cause Distune Htiueiiines Kets t hold upon your U day umy lead to graye catarrh of late in the fall and buri d nr put in thu kidueyH h- d bladder before jou realize cellar with moist earth It is iwially the bladder inihimumtioii causing stopthat anjthlnjj serious is the matter iHsjd ai a noiip but any coik book will page and boniottmes rtquiriug the draw Â¬ Often thfHH oKana pre m ultcted until tell you a number ol to prepare it ing of tno urine with instruments or that Hwful malady Urihl- - diase uh I haw introduced H inlo a gicit number may run into Brights Disease tlio most fasteueil upon you and tl a h nw hIh itf dai gerous btao of kiduoy trouble it iiuulic H moit of tliHtti still eagerly victim Many miraculous curea liav Dr Kilmers Swamp Root the great call for it and mauy of ihnn liivu come been wrought hv a courmt of treatment discovery of the eminent kidney and to prefer it to ti- - g iuiMii oydtrjr I with Ur Davis Klduey T liMa Tliene liave albo built up qu le a mirki t for as bladder specialist is a positive remedy tableta are put up In the shape of a kid pardgni tiud tind tuorn it imw almost no lor such diseases Its reputation is world ney bean and the lorniuln haw been pro limit to ttie demand lor it until green wide and it is so easy to got at any drug nouneed by the btst pbysiciaiH of mod peas come on Bat little labor and store that no one need suffer any length ern titnea to be the most direct in action ground are required to produce all ol of time for want of it on the kidneys of any remedy known to However if you prefer to lirst test its these plants a lauiily cau use atid why medical ueience You can eat these tabfarmers will not eat what their town wonderful morits meution the Brkckks lets as you would candy Send for free cousins so relish I leave for tiiem to ltiiKiu Nkwb aud write to Dr Kilmer booklet on kidney diseases Sold by nil Co Biughamtou X Y for a sample answer druggists or sent on receipt of pric bjttlo and book telling ail about it both 50 cents pnd 1 sent absolutely free by mail Story of a Slave To b bound liatidand foot for years Remarkable Silk Web PESSIMISTS MISTAKEN by the change of disease is the wo st Tue Vienna correspondent of the Lon Â¬ lorm of slavery Geoiga D WilliamH don Daily Comfort and Intelligence Grows With Chronicle gays Van f Maucnt ster Mich tells how such a fcVczepanik the inventoi has just pre Â¬ Increased Population Mv slave was made f n o He fas sented to the Emperor Francis Joseph wif Inn IfHii so hulpksi for five ears German geographers are uciuilly credit Art Museum a remarkable web woven ed with the cobebt computHlion of tin that bliu cntld not turn over i u bed alone by a photographic process he has invent woflls popuBtion Their luttst ti una After using two bottles of Electric Bitters ed not necessitating a designer t is a she is wonderfully impioved and aide aro 1500000000 an addition of 20000 reproduction in silk of the old time This supreme 000 in the pabt seven vears An increase to do her own work Gobelins It measures two tquaie meters is found in nearly every part of the remedy for female diseases quickly curet aud contains 200000000 crossings It world It is most rapid in civilized nervousness uleeplessuess melancholy would have rtquired years to make this countries especially those that lead in headache fainting and dizzy spells by the old proasthe use of labor saving machinery This miracle working medicine is a gd Gieenlnuds Eskimo population is grow santto weak sickly run down people Write With a Stick Only 50 cents ing but the natives of the Pacific Islands Every bottle guaranteed The Paris correspondent of the London are dying out Europes population Sold by Short Hay lies drupgist Stationery Journal says thpt Parisians within the Christian era has advanced are using a new kind of writimr or draw An Unfortunate Veteran from 54000000 to 385000000 and in The old lady seemed to be iu a ing paper which is the invention of an fpito of pessimists has g lined steadily thoughtful mood Suddenly she looked Italian and is called Panmetalldphile in comfort and intelligence The peculiarity of this is that no pencil up and said John you had one leg shot offin the is needed but it can be written on with Coughs and tolda come uninvited but any pointed iustrunvnt of any metal ex you can quickly get rid of them with a war cept oui of iron No blotting paper is Yes few doses of BALLARDS HORE An1 you gits a right smart pension fer required if ink is used instead of a pen- Â¬ HOUND SYRUP Prire25 nd50centa cil Hence there is the inveutor de it SMALL RISKS Yes but what set you to thinkin clares n double source of eionomy since neither a lead pencil nor blotting papjr bout it Lightning Only Kills One Person In I wus thinkin explained the old is ueedod lady that ef youd ha jest lost two leg 400000 Marvels ot a Oraphopbone we could paint the house pay off the It is figured out that the annual riak morlgage an buy Mary a planner Old One ot tlio wonders of the end of the of death from lightning in American Brown lost two an his wife holds her centuryis tho homo Graphophone that cities is one to 400000 According to thu head high drctses fit to kill an moves will reproduce any kind of music or any Coroner of Philadelphia the fatal strokes in sound Oue can arrange a full program the best society Atlautn Constitu of lightnii g in that city last year were of the most attractive band orcheMral or tion three while fortv two persons were vic- Â¬ vocal music and vary it every evening tims of homicide and J 83 committed On the Giaphophono one can record tho The Deadly Grip Buiclde The two leading steam railways Is again abroad in the laud Thu nir human voice or any sound and repi oduce entering Philadelphia caused 12i deaths you breathe may be lull of its fatal it at once You can keep tho voices of Trolley lines were responsible for germs Dont neglect tho Grip or you jour frit mis to bo lieaid whenever jou iweniy Bix aeatns a smaller average will open the door to Pneumonia aud wish Graphophonea made for borne than that of the horse car era In spite Consumption aud invite death Its sure entertainment can ba bought as low sb Of its terrifying effects ifghtnlng is one 10 Write for catalogue 30 to the signs are chilli witli fever headache of the slight dangers of n large town Co No 110 dull heavy paius mucous dischaig s lOUIMillA PllONOQUAlIJ from thu nose sore throat and never- - t Pennsylvania Ave Washinytou D O To the Public go cough Dont waste precious time Curious Law Point We are authorized to guarantee every treating this cough with troches tabltts A curious point iu Swedish criminal bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy or poor cheap eyrups Cure it at once law is that coiifes doii is necessary before and if not satisfactory to refund tho mon- Â¬ with Dr Kings New Discovery the in Â¬ a capital sentence can be carried out If ey to the purchaser There is no better fallible remedy for bronchial troubles however the culprit persists in protest- Â¬ medicine made for la grippe colds and It kills the disease grows heals the ing his iunoconce in the face of over- Â¬ whooping cough Price 25 aud 50j per lutigj and prevent the dreaded after ef powering evidence the prison discipline bottle Try it A R i sher Clover fects from thn malady Price 50 cts and is made extremely strict and severe until port R A Shellmau Stepbensport 100 Money back if not cured A thn desired confession is obtained trial bottle free at Short Hayn b Drug HE PROPHESIED Store Â¬ Â¬ When Does tlio Twentieth Century Really Begin BLACK DIAMONDS Are very scarce but every Lump of SI Baskett Coal Is a Jewel ITS AN ECONOMICAL COAL I iy 1 t i That the verdict of all houeskeepers who use BASKETT COAL as a fuel Its good points are numerous is li For tho reason that it rivos moro heat for tho money than any other coal on tlio market It makes a steady lusting firo Fill your atovo or grnto with it nt night closo your drafts and youve got a firo that lasts until morning You do not havo to use as much BASKETT COAL as you do others because it has moro substance and weight to it than tho fast burning coal Â¬ sis ITS A CLEAN COAL All good bituminous coal produces clinkers bo docs the Tho BASKETT COAL is clean BASKETT but it makes less clinkers and less ashes than most othor varieties and is therefore an ideal grate or stove fuel Â¬ Is a superb fuel for use in flouring mills tobacco factories saw mills and manufacturing plants BASKETT COAL Special Prices in Carload Lots ADDRESS COMMUNICATIONS TO Â¬ 5 Â¬ ittsburg Coal Company BASKETT KY Â¬ flflEIjICflN iGflicaLvraiflST Â¬ Why Suffer Agony When DONS COMPLETE PILE OURE is guaranteed to euro you It is tho discovery of an eminent physician No Knife No ONLY All 1 00 A YEAR the leadlnu feature that have made tins journal so popular an to be retained the coming yetr ami nuny new ones added An Ideal Farm and Family Weekly Itr Cnrm Such as Lle Stock Dairy lib rdllll Inn Horticulture Poultry Market Gardening and otnp er topics wriittn by Practical rRATIirPQ I UUIUIbO and Succesul Farmerssup pleinentvd wth Illustration by able artists combine to male it Invaluable to hose who turn it for thvin The Latest tlarketJ and Commercial Agri- Â¬ culture Crop Reports In their season Con- Â¬ densed farm News ami Letters among the Farmers i re Leading features in which the American Vnicuitikist l n u excelled it ha reliable Special Correspondents at the Oeneral and Local flurket Centers all over the United Â¬ Interruption of Business I Tho first treatment brings immediate relief It has cured thousands and will euro you MR T S WILCOX prominent morchant politician and chief of tho Chattanooga Firo Department says After vears of suffering DONS PILE OINTMENT was rec- Â¬ ommended to me The use of one box effected a permanent cure I voluntarily give you this statement hoping it will be the means of bringing your wonderful remedy to the attention of others suf- Â¬ fering with piles States Price 100 Prepaid to any Address 1 DON CHEMICAL COMPANY CHATTANOOGA TENN Short Stories Intest Tushlons rnncy Work S r Tl I1IU UUUU LUUK Tulks p cior Pllrln rriHIIIIHS Contests Iihrnrv Cnrnor - w ww und Vouiir Oiks 1IIRC combine to nuke his Family 1 a depirtment ol ns much value and interest mon nt Ihe Special Kiimly Iupers ctcriiiurv and other 52 Lafayette Ol KSTIONS answered on Law Mcdlclno topics 1JtLU Orange Judd Company Place New York N Y JAMES W LYONS WITH PLANTERS PHELPS CO If Its Worth Printing HOUSE Managers the k Courier Journal Will Print It Twice-a-Wee- A New York flan Foretold What PH0NQ6RAPH CO Dept 30 010 Pennsylvania Avenue D O -- Washington New l rtf t fArili Chicago Buffalo Baltimore WaaWnifton News d Opinions OF National Importance Thm Sun ALONE fc The really sensible women in regard A prize of 1000 offered by a New to clothing are tho stage women says an York newspaper at the beginning of 1898 exchange The demands of the profes- Â¬ for the most correct propiucies of what sion make youth the most desirable would happen during the ensuing year thing in life and wiiateyer indiscretions was taken by a man who said there in dress tiiey may commit in the few would be a success ul war with Spain a hours spent behind the footlights are Republican Governor elected in New counterbalanced by extreme care the re- Â¬ York and a bill passed to annex Hawaii mainder of the twenty four Thoy gen- Â¬ But he also predicted the abdication of erally wear warm clothing with high Queen Victoria the death of the Popo neck and long sleeves and anything but and a war between Russia and Japan thick boots for street wear would not be If this is the best the prophets can do thought of their forecast are no bettor than comDr Balls Cough Syrup furnishes monplace guesswork The winner was well paid considering his numoroua fail Â¬ most substantial comfort and tellof to consump- Â¬ tive it works most rcmarlublo cures Dont des ures pair Relief can ce tulnly be had a cure Is possl Â¬ Â¬ Happened Sense In Clothing FOR ALL WOMEN Of 1 Northeast Corner Eleventh and Main Streets SowilIthellltECKENIIinGK NKWS and every DemiH rut every llepuhlican evtry man woman or child who can lead will want to read it i orelht paces ismed auiimy ui tacn weeK Usue prints all tha clean news and ine the baturdi Usue prints stories Miscellany loetry all matttrsrf speclil interest n the home It Is edited by lieu y Watterson TMETVICKAVKKKCOUKlhHJOUKNAL Democratic paper ol JIHE TBHTIIS all the pain LOUISVILLE KY DAILY AUOTION Wedneidav andslcknessfrom which women suffer Is caused by weakness or derangement In the organs of SALES RETURNS PROMPTLY MADE FOUR MONTHS STORAGE FREE RESERVE BID TO SELLER Price ihtJSr lAlKIl 5oc SOc a Year A You pet 104 Rood papers of six or eight pajes menstruation Nearly always well thesu But when ble with this womleiful remedy CONTAINS BOTH jMifibjitll fTA tU1 t oj i H Lazy Liver I Iiaro been troubled tt great deB with a torpid liver which produces constipation I fouad OASO AHETS to be all you claim for thorn und secured such relief the first trial that I purvlmued another supply and was com pletely cured I shall only Vo too slid to rec Â¬ ommend Cuscarou whenever tho opportunity la prrsonted J a Buitu WjQ ausquonanna Ave Philadelphia Pa CANDY Case for Vegetarians A Chinese Buddhist priest who claims 6 a B year SAiJlMiljMlli Mil f- a year - RrB E Xtte Stindiay Sun liftMlsreatesf Sunday Newspaper In CATHARTIC to havo But iu a cave at Adatud Park Ceylon with his lego crossed for six yearp during which time ho spoko lo no oue and Bubuistt d on half an inch of a blade of grass only dally Jt is at present in HatiKkok trying to improve his ixclietpuer on the strength of his ex ptoits He does not moet with rruch success Slam Observer Wni Is natures provision for the regu- Â¬ lation of tho menstrual function It cures all female troubles It Is equally effectlvo for tho girl In her teens thaoung wito with do mestlo and maternal cares and the woman approaching the period known as th Chanlge ot Lite They all need it They are all benefitted by It For advlcft tit cases requlrinr apeclit directions address riving symptoms the Ladles Advisory Department Tha Chatunooga Medicine Co Cbatti DOCfi when a woman Is not organs are affected they aro strong and woman U very seldom J ft- T O CHAS F OWEN WITH A BRIDGES CO LES THAN ONli USEFUL PREMIUMS Are jlven club raisers and good paying commls sions are allowed agents healthy sick a PICKETT TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Proprietors - Dally Courier Journal Year Dally and Sunday Year Sunday alone Year 1 1 1 S600 800 1a 00 Cor Eighth and Main Sts A Lo isville Ky Not In the Combine Twicea Week Courier Journal And The BRIDGES W G BRIDGES Four Months Storage Free - BU Both one Year ii liiQ Miimmwii V fATtam W 2 rut ea HAILUl oav Ml wmm mntminji IMini- ISWIWBM - Baw en r ill M0tul tmcity ItotUi For Only 125 yahava made a special clubbing arrangement with the Twice aWeek Coarler Iournaland will send that paper and ours for the price named lo all our subscribers who will renew and pY In ad- Â¬ vance or to all new suburrihera who will pavin advance Sample copies CoarlrJorrnal seat tree on application - Wifi -- TNADI UAftN MOtaTfMCD M kIVA JV aurr iDrtMwUtr lrHr2yer ur sj tirr lflcures Wl f - tqil I NTr8ioken Keakeior Gripe Wo J6o60 CURE CONSTIPATION HtiUtTlHMit C ff j OUn fwltVT tart E Qood Pleasant Palatable Potent Tasta flood Do Por Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Dears the Blguaturo of CASTOR I A SIX -- Toao All subscription TH0S J COOPER Tupelo Mf Mf slater sutUrtd from vary n mi Sja rvvv 444 SU3-t-M and painful menitrustion and doctor Win could not rtlllvt ha of Cirdu entirely cured htr and alto htlped sm laoUtw throal too ctnusae 0 U HTII Irrtaulaf to the under UU oHer mus ks sent IBRECKENRIDGE NEWS L JOHNSON TTnrTiiinsiaisuB jM2tf1tcHoUIfiVILL E KV n iiiewi mmummumtaaa DeWItta Witch Um1 Cure khsfsW fUt 8csMi UV T MM ii NW4 i jMamu H I Ml w MIIliTfatJi 1 SftjR WtVy - V 7MrKUV - EMrTliTmrrwrarajaA--- SSHyygfyijssrS News 26 1890 jimhujiui m --- l -- v - y fs ai jpiritiiyMi iiwyiufrwflrftfSyv1 - ifrJ rvi iuj yifit 3 Mjyi - l IHI Breckenridge WKDKJiBIJAX JAN TO MK JAMBS II 8 FARM AND STOCK 8 RunDoorDowntilt If tuttcr Tho IVoted IB BffifflfflffiffiBDgrefflfflTOfflfflfflfflgBBr IRELAND br MANCocic couHtv Tititaa uhm a BY incribid TIIIC rITKR A hundred and one yean I a wondrous time For tod to lengthen out the litlttle thiead of life How much of Joy and sorrow thou mutt have known In all these years of peace and toll and ittlfe Of years allotted In thla life to man Three Urea by thee have now been paued And on the fourth thou atlll Jirt Journeying on Unmindful of Lifee chill aad bitter blast Me thinks thy memory often wanders back To when a child beilde thy mother knee She lavght thy childish lips to lisp a prayer Tolllm who died to set thy spirit free On and on through all these years Thou hast been upheld by Gods untiring hand And yet Hell give thee strength to travel on Until you reach the Heavenly golden strand And then 1 know His voice youll hear ttlngout through Heavens vaulted dome Welcome thou good and falthlul one Enter Into the joy olthy Eternal Home Written by Mrs Rachel B Lay for the Urecken RIDGE January NtJ so 1800 YOU b1iouj know tlmt Foej8 HoneyÂ¬ anrl Tar la absolutely the beat rem edy for all diseases of the Throat CheBt Dealers are authorized to or Lungs guarantee it to give satisfaction in all II A cafco A R Fisher Oloyerport E A Witt Sliollmati Stepheneport HardinsDurg Pension Claims Up to date practically 5000 pension claims have been filed aa the result of the Spanish war and the total is being awolled every day Application papers are going in at the rate of 100 per day and it is expected that as soon aa the War Department makea additional discharges of volunteer troops the claima will pile up higher yet A surprisingly allege the largo number of claimant same complaint in their applications for Malarial poisoning is given pensions as the disability by probably four fifths of the soldiers and a goodly portion of the other fifth name some complication growing out of an attack of malarial fever Â¬ No blood means a clean skin beauty without it Cascarcts Candy Cathartic clean our blood and keep it clean b stirring up the lazy liver and timing all im- unties from the body llegin to day to E anish pimples boils blotches blackheads and that sickly bilious complexion by taking Casca rets beauty for ten cents All drug guts satisfaction guaranteed 10c Cc50c Clean rrenuty in Ulooa Deep Monument for Floyd A monument is to be erected in mem- Â¬ ory of Charles Floyd a member of the Lewis and Clark expedition who died near the present site of Sioux City la August SO loOl while on his way with the party to the headwaters of Missouri river Floyd was the first United States soldier who died on the new Louisiana purchase and was one of the foremost characters in die history of the North- Â¬ west His grave Is the only visible mark of the Lewis and Clark expedition Congress is to be asked for 10000 for tho monument La Grippe Successfully- Treated I have just recovered from the second says Mr Jan A Jones publisher of the Leader Mexia Texas In the latter case I used Chamberlains Cough Remedy and I think with considerable success only being In bed a little over two days against ten days for the former attack The sec- Â¬ ond attack I am satisfied would have been equally as bad as the first but for the use of this remedy as I had to eo to bed in about six hours after being struck with it while it the first case I was able to at Â¬ tend to business about two days before For sale by A It getting down It A Shellman Fisher Cloverport Stepheneport Â¬ - attack of la grippe this year The Lebanon Enterprise ro porta sales of 2 cotton mules at 70 Mrs Lucy Ditto wife of Mr Warren Ditto a farmer ol tho West loint vicin- Â¬ ity sold In the year 18IW 228r8 worth of butter eggs chickens and turkoya John II Bright says ho raised on three fourths of an acre last year 15 barrels of corn dead loads of pumpkins 400 shocks of blade and 209 of top fodder besides other minor tilings Interior Journal The Continental Tobacco Company has announced that it will hereafter con- Â¬ fine lis buying to the open markets of Six of the Louisville ami Cincinnati chief buyers for the trust met n numbor of Louisville and Cincinnati warehouse Friday in Cincinnati and tho above de- Â¬ cision was reachod When to Fkki Ensilacik If used for Keep out cows feed just after milking of the stable until the milk has been drawn and removed from the barn The odors from the ensilage are taken in through the breath rather than from the feed alter it is eaten If then it is kept from the cows while being milked and somo time before it will not affect the dairy products It is estimated that the numbor of strips put up in tho Dark section of Kentucky for the export trade will exceed forty thousand hogsheads It is also said that the quality will be better than has been the case for many years The English manufacturers Bhould feel elated that they are to receive such a crop from their American cousins The Government December crop bul- Â¬ letin for Kentucky sajs Winter wheat was injured to some extent by the cold spell about the 14th The first reports indicated that the damage was quite se- Â¬ rious but it appears to have been over- Â¬ estimated It is not probable that the damage will be sufficient to seriously aflect the crop as a whole though some fields have suffered severely The exporting of corn to Europe and other foreign porta from Texas is becom- Â¬ ing an immense business More than 1500000 bushels have been loaded into steamers at Galvestot within the last two months and over 18 per cent of this corn was grown in Texas The corn exporting season has just begun and the shipments thus far made are small in comparison with what will be made Senator Mitchell of Wisconsin in a recent speech said The great trouble with thia country is that we are ceasing to be an agricultural people Everybody is flocking to the cities and overcrowding them while the broad acres that Bhould support the population are being neglected I never was so impressed with tliis idea as I have been since I have traveled so extensively in the far west If I were a young mau I would jump right out into the country and become a farmer Says the Elizibethtown Nows Mrs W It Thomas of near Glendale is another one of our thrifty farmers wives She always holds up her end of the line and is an example to the county what an industrious and sensible woman can do Last year she sold 055 pounds of butter 180 dozen tgs 1 worth of tur keya 7 worth of hens 8 worth of geese 4 worth of onions and many other smaller tnings For twenty two years she has supplied Mr G M Cresap with 500 pounds of butter a year Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 3SS3SB SiSS Wcai Tcntlea ox m EMSBSEtSfiD tgw BaMix of HAIiDINSEUPuG a Its a Good Thing AS No individual bo family should bo without tho Holy Scripture Tho Brcckonridgo Nows offers ns a premium a genuine Oxford Teachers Biblo and one years subscription to tho Nows for BIBLE 2 SO Write for particulars or call and examine tho books THE B F BEARD President WILL MILLEIl Vfce PrpBident1 MH R M BEARD Caal ipr a w uearU JOLLY INTEREST MORRIS E6KRIDGE PAID On J DIRECTORS S s TIME DEPOSITS Hendersop Route Lfiuimllii 3 t rArNK7Pwt GiUJTDnrMo July ft ISM Dr M MFxiraxB Fredonla N Y-waa run down tired out bil- Â¬ Dtar ious had no appetite poor sleeps ditty dull and had constant headache Tho first relief I got waa from your Blood and Liver Remedy and Nerve Tonic One bottle Drought complete euro I was tbtu able to recommend It and I haro alnco sold a creat deal The last bottle 1 sold cured a woman of palpitation of the heart and chronic Inflammation of nock of bladder from her heart Bho had amotherlngapclls and bad to get up many times of a night The one bottle cured her completely of the knew I diseases I nover used thU medicine to fall wherever it was Mimi Sti Lonii Er Ct - Blrl rime Card in Effeot Deo14 1898 Tho Biblo is bound in Morocco has Patent Index Concordance Maps and Biblo History has heretofore cost 5 00 It St Lout Kvanivllle EAST HOUND No 41 No 44 Mo 4 The Childs Bible and the Breckenridge News 200 Lt Hendcnon MaiVet Spiturille Worthlngton Mattlntljr Iatea Reexport lodj Ileada BNUm SEOpm 1 I t 1tm 301 EL --A-- DRUQQIST T7vrI1T nuum THESE ARE GREAT OFFERS THE BEECKENRTDGE NEWS Stanley Griffith 731 738 745 T62 758 807 818 827 8 8 8 6 62 iSSpaa 245am 311 t 313 n 22 44 80 35 32D 333 3 44 363 404 413 419 428 4 31 Oweniboro Wnltman 400 Powerfor Lewiipcrt Falcon 1 Hardinsburg ijiyinininitnitimiiini iu tilling mil niiamriiiniiiiii Kentucky iiitu n in mi Pet lie IlaiveiTille for Cannelton I The News Up lib tilUUIIil Ml Skilimin Shop Addison Teil City f 9 1 900 S13 23 35 40 i JS- - to Date Ulliliil Htllliiltotlllltlllllltlll Cloverport Holt Stephenport Sample i 962 1010 10 03 440 449 600 603 460 4 8 95 6H 618 522 6 531 542 610 618 824 634 607 610 6 20 iliMINtlill OLOYBEPORT M BELL SPRING The weather Weddings is beautiful to day Mr W O Kasey is buying cattle JSHT Fierce Gaston There are 754045 children attending the public schools of Indiana Two worthless negroes were shot to death by a mob at Lynchburg Tenn Five school boys were drowned by breaking through the ice on a pond at South Gibson Pa The Indiana House passed a bill Riving a bounty of one cent a head on English sparrows killed Mrs Anna Schley of Baltimore Webster Irvington Ekron Brandenbare I one Branch LoHlburg 1013 1022 1030 19 18 625 6o2 660 6 CI i 1012 is 667 603 610 617 6 30 110 11 84 II 00 l1MMMIlBMWMMlMMMwMaglMgKMMMMgiMssmJaalMaaaaaaaaiaaaaaaiaaaaiawi A BOON TO MANKIND DR 5s --- Hock Haven Willow Dale Howard West Point Kentucky Street Louisville Union Dep 11 28 1119 1H3 Ar l2S5pm 1 fiOim 12 2IO 645 661 0 40 665 ISO 745pm 645 715 X weddings weddings are all the go How to Prevent Pneumonia You are perhaps aware that pneumo- Â¬ Will Make no Change It is said to have been practically de Â¬ cided to make no change in the war rev- Â¬ enue law so long as there is any trouble in the Philipines The expenses of the army there the outlay for the increased navy and other accessories of the imperialistic program will it is figured easily consume the 100000000 whicli the tax is now yielding annually Â¬ nia always results from a cold or from an attack of la grippe During the epidem- Â¬ ic of la grippo a few years ago when bo many cases resulted in pneumonia it was observed that the attack was never followed by that disease when Chambei Iains Cough remedy waa used It coun- Â¬ teracts any tendency of a cold or la grippe Every bottle warranted For sale by A R Fisher Cloverport j II A Shellman Stepheusport Vermonts New Senator Hon Jonathan Ross Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Vermont who waa appointed by the Uomnor to succeed the late Justin S Morrill in the United States Senato was sworn In on Monday Benjamin F Fifield who was originally chosen for tho vacancy declined to serve IiuutTuliarroSult and Simile Amir 1 lie Away To quit tobacco easily utnl foicici It mag netlc full of life ncrvo mid luor talto No To line tho wonder worlier Hint iiialtcs wenlt men strong All drtiKulstsCOoorll Curucuaran Ilooltlct and sainplo free Address teed Sterling Itemed Co Clilcaco or Now York A Qood Idea The Greeks have decided to exclude all bachelors from their parliament They reason that an unmarried man has no stake in the commonwealth and that if he is represented he really Bhould exÂ¬ pect nothing further Ring In the new Sing out the falsa King in the true We bring to you tho new and true from tho ptoey forests of Norway King out the old DR BELLS Pine-Tar-Hon- ey science to Natures most natural remedy Improved by a Pleasant Permanent Positive Curo for coughs colds and all Inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes The sore weary cough worn Lungs are exhila- Â¬ rated tha microbe bearing mucus Is cut out the cause of that tickling Is removed and the Inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that there Is no Inclination to cough SOLD BY ALLQOOD DRUQQIST8 k Sitr aea ItitrttWieKB4nbaa4nlrllf ma vats a sjvaapp Come again black eyes you cheer us killed on the wav herself with a pistol Worry over her W H Gilpin has purchased a new fathers death drove her mad road wagon Hermou little son of G and S E Earnest McCoun secretary of the Ken- Â¬ tucky Titlo Co at Louisville committed Kasey is improving fast suicide while suffering with the grip Come to church next Sunday Misses given a life sen Etrel and Cieona Kasey Jonse Hatfield was tence in Floyd for killing two children Mr Richard Bennett has completed of Randolph McCoy in a night attack on the house of Mr J Trent his house Rota B Hardaway is on the Bick list Incendiaries burned Frank Carpenters this week with la grippo tobacco barn near Uwingsville and set Look out Mr Bi February will soon be fire to the barn belonging to Milton here we are coming sure Stephens Miss Maggie Laweon near Grandview In seeking to escape from their burn is visiting relatives near Garfield ing house at Cleveland Mrs Fred Tis If you want nic good cheap goods del was killed and her husband probably call on the merchants at Custer fatally hurt Rev A O Kirtley preached at Au George Bierehen waa given three tioch on Sajurday last at early lamp years in the penitentiary for stealing a lighting section of wire off of the American Tele Â¬ George Gilpin and brother Tom phone Co poles at VinceuueB Ind moved on their farm We regret to give Thieves blew open two safes in the them up depot at Carlisle and secured 200 in cash Mr H O Bennett and family were besides valuables The safe at the poet tne guests of Mr Peyton Smith and fam- Â¬ ily to day office was tried but not opened Mrs J E Haynesis improving slowly While awaiting death on the gallows Micbeal Kuminski who strangled his after a serious time with a bone felou of wife and burned the house to hide the the finger crime strangled himself with a bed cord Mrs Martha Bruner of Nebraska paid in the jail at Pittsburg Pa a visit to her mother brother and Mr Kev D Hendrickson age 81 is dead Clint Bruner R member we will give Bowleyville a at Jantsville Wis after fasting 48 days He was paralyzed Dec lBt and for sever- Â¬ call to see our relatives Mr Dave Henry al days was unable to eat He soon re- and family soon covered the use of his muscles but posi We hear the wedding will be next tively refused to eat Sunday we are anxious to go we like In Scott county Va Joel and Chas the bride and groom Mr A Smith talks of going back to Necessary William Freeman and Sam uel Duncan went to arrest Wni Free Â¬ Illinois we fear there will be several man a desperado and succeeded in do Â¬ cases of heart disease ing so but his brother fired on them Mr and Mrs Moses Bennett live ou killing the first two and wounding the her fitherB farm Home sweet home others there is no place like home We hope Brother Stages will ca 1 Grant G Gillett the Kansas cattle plunger will return to the United States again and bring his Bible We have and face his creditors in Kansas City on great faith in brother Tom or before Feb 1 according to a statement Rev Ford will preach at High Plains made Monday by Charles F Hunt who next Sunday Come everybody let us came from Chihuahua Hex several have a large congregation days ago Mr John Ilaynee was the guest of his In a fight in Samoa over the decision sister Mrs Johnson Saturday night and of Chief Justice Chambers in favor of his mother Mrs LawBon Sunday Malietoa Tanus one of the candidates to Mr O Hardaway wife and baby spont tho throne followers of the rival aspir- Â¬ this afternoon with their brother and ant Mataafa were victorious and 73 sister Mr and Mrs L G Haynes men were killed or wounded in the fight Mr O J Lawson is expected at the Apia was looted aud burned Widow Hardaways We will be glad to During tho calendar year 1808 the ex- have our old neighbor with us ports of merchandise of all sorta from The school is out at Deanes Mr the United States reached the enormous Jeaso Payne ttacher gave a nice treat total of 1251020105 Imports were Mr Payne did not call he knew not that lUauGClOM The excess of exports over wo were cousins import was J21 t0535 an increase of Look out Mr Will Valentino day Feb 05140710 over the excess for 1807 In 14th will soon be here and youjmay need only one vear previous to 1893 did tho that small mirror to detect the truth aa exports pass the billion dollar mark In to the writer 1800 they were 1005 537241 Mr R B Hardaway from Bewley vllle was the guest of hia relatives near Ho Fooled the Surgeona Cubter the widow Hardaway and daugh- Â¬ All doctors told Renick Hamilton of ter Rosa ou last Saturnay night West Jefferson O after Buffering 18 We had a grand sermon and partook months from Rectal Fistula he would of the Lords Supper at High Plain die unless a costly operation waa per Â¬ Includ- Â¬ formed but he cured himeelf with five chdich on last fourth Sunday ing moat the ladles present and a goad boxes Bucklons Arnica Salve the Burest Pile cure on Earth and the best Salve in portion of thugeuts Conducted by Riy h i world 25 cents a box Sold by Ford On being ask when 0 Hardaway wus Jc llaynea Druggist Short going to the Irvington- - mills I replit d Tresury Estimate that he could not gi soon that he had Little The treasury estimate of the popula- Â¬ shot the dish out of one wheel what he shot it tion of the United States last month 76 Mabel Smith asked Little Flora said Mabel Lody 330000 aud the amount of money in cir- for said he shot it to get the dish out waa 1807301122 culation Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Fr1 3Z5 fn ff TABLERS BUCKEYE rH TT im WEST BOUND No Louisville Union Dep 41 H anal tm u imp c im - aa r PILE CURE NoijNijJ 4 60pm street West Point Howard iveruucKY Lv 7 75 8 4air rf P1 Willowdale Rock Haven I org Branch 829 83 8 43 bfjfl 8 59 537 561 603 itSSpm 18 5 40 8 48 ffigpTri mtoy Brandenburg Hkron 6091 fiAl -- on T 9i4 961 DM ft T Guiton Irylncton Webster Lodlburg Pierce Sample Addison 908 916 A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 60 CENTS Sole Proprietor t Stephenjport Cloverport Shops Skllman 9 32 9 40 9 47 9 61 1000 923 618 626 643 10 02 J 6N Jf 707 712 721 727 739 743 1008 k WMf osi 1 Holt ION 720 1024 10 05 for Cannelton Hawesvilie JAMES F BALURD - Ptrie Tell City 1018 1022 1033 1043 10 11 CO 74 8041 812 8 14 06 it 1049 10 1069 310 North Main For sale by Sireet ST LOUIS MO Falcon A R Fisher Cloverport Ky Lewitport Waitman 1056 lad Powers ifo rJRoclcport llll 1119 113 1140 161 1156 04 827 8 33 U 19 1116 t AWVMAVA V WAASViVWV Owensboro Mattingly Griffith Heads Spottsvllle Baskets Henderson It 86J 90 Kj Stanley t Wmtjjlngton llt9ii 1107pm 1214 1222 1221 iftil 10 ZS MS H47 954 9 IS 32 lL58prn JbAJBtfALrJi AT LAW Into 1215am IrfHtaulltA ATTORNEY bt Louis At 732pm 11 2 4 1QWV k W4uim Si-- 2-l nsm KT S9 li5r jElaJr iajiji Mawalaa HARDINSBURG KENTUCKY Noii ftnd i6hv Pullman Iltiilitft KUwJTtTar and tIirnt hlirK fwrlr n through between Ixjuwvilie aivansylUa andSt V Louis withmir chnnpt Nos 41 and 44 hive elegant hizhbck4ifPi cng rv oacoesana tart ir Lir tervtcetn Nos 41 and 43 have Parlor Cars and decant Coaches between Louisville and Evanavilleiiwlih out change A chanire PKEPAEED TO PKAOTICE CASES IN BANKRUPTCY AND ASSIGNMENTS UUSURYFoiMtiiHti TIME TAKE Hf 10 TAKING lFJEOT PT 19 West Bound Trslna 1898 i T Bist BotiBO Train OFFICES Over Gardners Store Hardinsburg News Office Cloverport a a tVo3 tMo5 6 45prp 1060am 1 un 11 II 7 19 1124 7 aa STATIONS Lt IrvlnctonAr Hardlnsburr Oarfield Harned 28 7 45 11 762 K2t 8 60 F R WILDER OSl Fourth fct 3 01 Louisvillo Ky j4 Mw HARDIN IN IRVINfiTflN Rrandeuburg Ky HARDIN 903 WILDER 98 915pm 1160 Kirk 1167 Jolly VIM 1209pm Glendean ar FaUsKcrugblv 7i5 12 au U65 ocavaie 105 Askina 64 J T4tjij f 4ai 4 35 BlR SJIdJ 509V 1 aoi 4 y 3 113 120 Ar Oaks Fords vllle L 63n 3ji 63s 3m inK f Evcry ml Thursday after Eourth Monday in Each Month Difficult work kucIi as Bridges and Crowns a specialty Latest appliances used Good work guaranteed IDIEILTTISTS wdIy the TTN3 4j and 44 TralnMt Daily 4 4 n nd44 connect for xf iviifSsb MU 4a umual Safety Louisville and Many an innocent little darling is sufF ering untold agony and cannot explain it1 troubles Mark your childs smp tomH you may find it troubled with worms Rlveits Will TES CREAM VER MIFUGK himI rBtnre it to quietness and health IVict 2i cnta A R Fisher J HHunsche Packet Line FMt Mail Lint Catvaan tail ij r- The TAILOR Will be in Clover- Â¬ port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month with Casper May Louisville and Evansville BTHAMER8 VALLEY HOME Joe McCoy ha1 la grippe Ginger Bandy is improving ttlaa Only 26c 60o and 100 Sliaa BE SURE YOU GET f aIills a whs ft Plm-Ttr-lM- w tit I MiHitjH Cfc Maws Mlfs Nannie Johnson has returned home from a pleasant visit at Addison F M Iljan MwUr W A Blihop Pnrw Well if this doesnt Hod tho waste basket you will hear from us again booh Co Dick Henderson is learning to be an operator We wish you much succesi OANNELTON IND D L Penny MalUr Dick IiCoanaip Mra Steve Kenedy visited her daugb ter Mrs Taylor Claycomb near Irving THBL A BEAUTIFUL GIFT ton last wek R 11 Christmas come and went like a pleas Â¬ DalUMJIuiWaHwbUlPnriM ant thought and may the new year bring Tho holidays aro fast approaoh y and sunshine to all D STAGTGS If you havo a friond you afo Oharloy Kennedy and wife visited her ing going to remeniboron Christinas parents Mr and Mrs John Mattinly MP tWMB LOBlTllU and mJ last Saturday and Sunday what would be moro appropriate aa Misses Lena Bandy and Eula Kennedy visited Mr Hnil Mrs Pomp McOoja this a gift than a fine Oxford Teachers t TntTeUn will 8J th week and report a delig itful time Bible bound in morocco You can PM1 In eoulpmant wL loaf Miss Laura BJpes and Mr Tom Thomis get such a Bible with tho Bkeok The best culinary wnaniployad aa oookiaad f wire unitHd in marring at the brides Otata home on Thursday afternoou Nov 20 enuidok Newb for one yoar for It 7 In pulmonary trouble the direct action at oclock p m 250 You cant buy tho Biblo at A White Hark W W HIM Miss Nannio Skillman Iit flitgtr m Foleys Kidney Cure is a perfectly re- of BALLARDd HOREllOUND SYUUP broken Christmas and wai mended with retail for less than 8250 anywhere OVWiiuakT1P Â¬ liable preparation for all Kidney and upon the throat cheat and lungs im a band of gold that wai nice but all nl in tho world By this arrangement OwnMboro Ky Bladder diseases The proprietors of mediately arrest the malady by reliev Â¬ tha girls cant afford it you practically got tho Nawa free ing the dlttreea cutting the phleirm and WBPPMssbm this Great Medicine guarantee It or the fleeing tho vocal and breathing organs Dr BuU Cough 9yrup oursi ovrr for ono year Do they not deserve money refunded night I ha inott lutbora cold aa well a all it com Tho Childs Bibh a boautiful a white mark A R Fisher Clover Price i5 and 60 cents A It Fisher pUcatlota teklles u tho lljroU hiuky voir and work for children and tho News port R A Shellman fitepbensport K DeVitt5 Little Early Rlaers tolot equating It It Uuibott wcmUrlul totdt at OK P rfhabralrrWItadJTrW jTrrVVV L 5ly gl Aftn tfmi vommxQ a A Witt Hardinsburg I 4 wWIMI MliM Wi cluo acleac t hat proJucoJ for one year lor 200 w Mjrsb f ft ht p Yt J V iimtwiwjii IW mi lafyifFlMyipiPifjjyi - Breckenridge WEDNESDAY l News 25 180U JAN J V Local Brevities Bfgllne of coiseta at 8u zirs SeoMarsden Coa ad in this issue for at 1 r price it V JkiV Misa Matlie Mattlngly is qutto sick her home Gua Gibson went to Pierce Mondayi on business II E Miller of Owensboro was in tlio city Saturday Jj W Dates of Hawesyllle woe in the I ctty Friday Alfred Heston Hardinsburg was in the city Sunday Forrest Haynes of Addison spent Rundayln the city Free school closed Friday with appro priate exercises James Obapin is sick at his home out on the Hardinaburg pike R E Henderson of Irvlngton was in the city last Thursday - If you want to learn elocution go to Brandenburg to school Wanted 1000 tons shock fodder 5000 tons corn stalks J D Braahear went to Owensboro Saturday to visit his family Mrs Fletcher Pauley and baby spent Sunday at Holt with Irienda Miss May Connor went to Addison Monday evening lo visit friends fl E Wifson was at Stephtmsport and Union Star last week on business James Yeamans of Henderson was in tho city Sunday visiting friends Allen and Forrest Jennings want to Birk City Monday to via t raiativja Hamilton Hennen of Hawesvillo was Sunday w in the city calling on friend I Chapczo Wathen of Owensboro was - J inUbocity Saturday on lrjjal business Alfred Hestonof HardlnRburg was in town Sunday paying his weekly visit J 0 Rudd of Owensboro was in town last Wednesday on insurance business Mrs Emma Simmons of Irvington is the guest of Mr and Mrs David Hale Rainy day goods rubbers overshoes mackintoshes umbrellas at Suzers Farmers tell your neighbors that he can sell his Btalka and shock fodder Clint Murray of Bockport was in town several days last week on business Tramps have been unusually scarce the past month Times are g tting bet- Â¬ L r 1 f 11 f N I The Inlonnont took place at tho Catholic cemetery at Mr John McGavocks Tho Man den Co of Owensboro Ky will buy your stalks and shock fodder on the river bank at landings from Hawes yillo to the mouth of Green river Mrs David Plank and children came down from Louisville Saturday to spend tho day witli Mr Plank and also with old friends They returned Sunday Louis Stiles alter paing a weeks visit 10 lila parents in the enstorn part of tho State Is back nt tho key performing his duties as station telegraph operator T M Murphy superintendent and buyer for tho American Tobacco Com- Â¬ pany at Owensboro was in tho city Sunday the guest of tils son M Murphy A society of Christian Endeavor was orgnnizd nt tho Presbyterian church last Sunday Mrs J H Stiles will act aa leader at tho regular meeting next Sunday Mrs W M Hall and baby Prout of Webster who have been visiting at Louisville and Meadow Ltwn arrived In this ctty yesterday and is the guest of Mr and Mr F W Hall When you buy flour buy tho purest and best in the market Ask for Sea Foam and Old Glory brand Made in Breckenridge county out of pure se Â¬ lected wheat For sale by F Fraize The best flour in the county are the Sea Foam and Old Glor brands They aro mado nut of pure selected wheat by the Bates Milling Company of Jolly Ky sold in thlsciy by F Fraza Farmers this is tho kind of weather that gives you time to do some repairing about your farm When you want hard ware for such purposes you will find the best line at tho lowest prices at SuzeV There is no corn filler used in the Old Glorv and 8 a Foam brands of 11 mr for shIh by F Fraiz They are lioneRt brands mmln of all wheat Moat brands contain a filler made of corn Ask for Old Glory or Sea Foam and you get flour made of noth Â¬ ing but wheat W W Nowsom of Tarrant County Trxas was in the city during the past ten days visitirg his parents Mr and Mrs R L Newborn This is the first tiin iu ten years that he has been home Mr Newsnm is quite prominent in insur- Â¬ ance and railroad circles in the Lone Star State and also has a beautiful farm in the Trinity river bottoms near Fort Worth Â¬ ECULIAR TO OUR SOIL an - American disease Catarrh it Buffalo Co Neb writes for I took your catarrh and can say that I am now entirely cured Pc-ru-- nervous and unnblo to work 1 have taken several bottles of and am entirely well Esther Luther Frank llnsvillo N C Bays I took your for deafness can hear now as well as I over could Aug Tryloff Mt Clemens Mich writes Ihad la grippo and it left mo with a terrible cough I took and was cured Mrs E Guest Kearney u n Â¬ Pe-ru-- Mrs Orcgcr Dngtfy Tex says so much good for mo that I nm able to do my own work Mr JacobGrllTln Elmer Mich writes I was very TONS SHOCK FODDER AND 10000 5000 TONS CORN STALKS On LAD yniT TCnn L1-U ES 1 Let us Reason Together 10 vaue a arS nni vacd ino of Corsets T W When you need such an article you want to the Ohio Eiver from Cannelton to Green River Shock Fodder of it running cars It was bo oiTcnblvo I excluded my Â¬ self from all bocluty Aftcv 1 had homo it fourteen years I read Dr Uartmans book called Tho Ills of Life I took seventeen dollars worth of his remedies and am entirely cured Death of a Pioneer McUary one of the oldest farm John ers in the county being ninety years of age died at Hardinsburg latit week at the residence of his dang iter Mrs TiefT Some yeara ago Mr MuJary was one of the most active and well to do farmera in that vicinity and accumulated con Â¬ siderable property Of latu years how- Â¬ ever he haa been residing here with his daughter The funeral took place nt the Catholic church of which he was a member II Walter Brady Cas- Â¬ cade Ark bays Iliad 225 per ton Stalks - - 200 per ton See Local Agent or Write to The Marsden Go Owensboro Ky AAAAAAAAA4AAVAVVVV go whero your taste purso and necessities will be catered to We now have tho largest andbest line of Corsets we ever carried We have all the stylish brands of Health Corsets made to fit any bust and out of nil the fnvorito materials at prices within the reach of all We know that theso inducements will recommend us to you when you need a Corset Come now and look over tho Btock while the lots are unbroken and all tho sizes and styles aro on hand Jjr fW All forms of scrofula sores boils pimples and eruption are quickly and permanently cured by Hoods Sarsapa rilla OHIO COUNTY SULZERS A PLAIN 1 5t ter h We offer One Hundred Dollars Rewnrd any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure J W Elder of Hardinsburg was in CO Props Toledo O F J CHENEY Kentucky River the city Saturday and paid this oflbo an We tbe undersigned have known F J appreciated call The House Rivers and Harbors Com- Â¬ Will 0 Blaine and Dr Tom Mellln of mittee will allow about 200000 each for Cheney for the last fifteen years and be- Â¬ Stephensport spent Sunday at Owens- Â¬ Cumberland and Tennessee rivers 85 lieve him perfectly honorable in all bus- Â¬ boro visiting friends 000 for Green river 20000 for removing iness transactions and financially able to Miss Bessie Hambloton went to Hard- Â¬ tue bar at Madison inu and will pro- Â¬ carry out any obligations made by their insburg Saturday to be the guest of Mr vide for a survey of tbe Licking and a dam three miles from the mouth Green firm and Mrs Morris Beard James Clay one of Hendersons most riyer will also be surveyed from Mam Â¬ West Truax Wholesale Druggist Tole- Â¬ do O Walding Kinnan Marvin brilliant young lawyers was in the city moth Cave to Greeusburg Monday on legal business Wholesale Druggists Toledo Ohio Horrible agony is caused by Piles Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internal- Â¬ Mrs George Short is at Bussellville Burns and Skin Dlseasea These are imyisiting Misa Florence Cottrell She is mediately relieved and quickly cured by ly acting directly upon the blood and expected home this week De Witts Witch Hazel 8alve Beware mucous surfaces of the system Price The beat dressed man in town wears a of worthless imitations Short Sold by all Druggists Hay- Â¬ 75c per bottle nobby hat that he selected from the Testimonials free nes stock at Sulsjre George Baker former telegraph opera- Â¬ A Pleasant Event tor at tbisplace came up from Owensboro Sunday to call on friends One of the most delightful social func- Â¬ tions that has taken place in the Holt Misa Annie Simmons of Irvington who is the guest of Miss Laura Hale is neighborhood this season was the dance given at the hospitable home of Fred quite sick ai the latters home A Dutachke last Thursday evening Mrs Elvira Babbago is in Louisville laigi crowd was present and all enjoyed tbe guest of her son and daughter-in-lathemselves to the utmost Mr and Mrs Charles P Babbage FOR SALE POULTRY Misa Anna Fcchs one of Evansvillea Take Dr Bulls Cough Syrup for all Jit SALH Few well bred Cockerels of llarred most beautiful and charming dauguters those dangerous affections severe colds pleurisy 17 Ilymuuth Hock ntd Langshan Dreeds cheap 1 Must is the guest of Mr and Mrs Hofiiua slaughtered Kggs In seaat and grippe which fall and winter brings along son go C once rr be rx C LKWIS II 4c btephtnrpoit Ky The Marsden Co will pay 2 per ton III the greatest cure Tor bronchitis and all throat for corn Btalka tied in convenient and lung affections FOR SALESHEP AND MULE bundles and delivered on the river bank A and atoud fivr FOIt SiMltmule Tew bhceuone half hands high Charles Lishen who was dangerously oM Large Delivery fifteen and Â¬ H WENUERSON at Webster Ky ill since Christmas has entirely recoverT There is no more enterprising or ed and is now able to attend to business thrifty farmer in the Tar Fork neighbor- Â¬ FOR SALE STRAWBERRY PLANTS Alex Harthill the famous Louisville hood than Frank Rupert He waa in 7011 SALH btrawbeny plants twenty ililTir- tobacconist was in the city Sunday the town Mouday and delivered to the A B G W ent varieties Write for prices Magnolia guest of James Pace Jr at S Jarvis company 18 255 pounds WINCIIBLI Tobinsport Ind and A Hall 7 5 J and 1 of tobacco for which he git ANNUAL STATEMENT Shoes for men shoes for women shoes Educate Your Slowel With Cuicarot for girls shoes for baby for boys shoes Candy Cathartic cure constipation forever all prices all styles honest material City of Cloverport For 1898 lOoZSc If C C O ail druggists refund money Sulz for Â¬ up-to-dÂ¬ Mr and Mis Frank Haswell spout Sunday at Hardiuebuig the gutBt of Tho Hartford Publishing Company r latives with 3000 Miss Mary Ryan spent Sunday at tho corporation capital filed articles of in Â¬ cretary of pleasant home of Miss Helen Pollock nt Frankfort with the SFail Rogvr State Friday J fl Qua ton Thomas and W L Hcverin aro the In- Â¬ Howard Boyal one of Bkillruans most corporators popular young men was in the city last The Panther Creek Coal Company of Thursday Ohio county with 3000 capital filetl ar- Â¬ Plain and ornamental penmanship is ticles at Frankfort Friday George O taught in Brandenburg Normal without Roberta and S T Robinson are incorpor-Â¬ ators extra cost Miss Clara Heston of Hardinsburg is the guest of Mr and Mrs J A Heston Yes tis true Foleys Honey and Tar tliis week Is the best Cough Medicine A R Fish have moved er Cloverport R A Sheliman Steph 4 H V Harris and family from tbe Bullitt property on the hill to onsport E A Witt Hardinsburg The Cottage Â¬ The smallest things may exert the greatest influenco Do Witts Little Early Risers are unequalled for over- Â¬ Has Two New Corporations Added to Her coming constipation and liver troubles Small pill best pill safe pill Short List Haynes Needed Repairs The street commissioners put a force of men to rork last week repairing the walk to the school house and a splendid pipce of work waa the result If thos ofiicials would order a few loads of iravel to be placed on the street opposite Paces tobacco factory they would convert a sea of mud into a decent roadway and would earn the gratitude of people who are ac- Â¬ customed to haul freigtit and tobacco over that stretch of street FARMERS WE HAVE STATED m mi s Orv-Lg-- OF FACTS WITTS The placi to buy your lBiBj I Is tho place to buv 3TjLxe Hows This 1 Northern White Seed Oats Northern Black Seed Oats Timothy Red Top and Clover CS and to have Prescriptions Carefully Compounded aud Filled zoceries Is at L WITTS The selection of Fancy Groceries is varied and embraces the best brands the kind that gunranteo purity and honesty All No 1 Clean Seed at the prices are cut 60 low that every purch ise represents money saved to the customer Every value is an honest value 1 As WITTS Is tho placo to buy 33x37-- 3 oods WANTS J LOWEST PRICES Tho placo to buy IfcTotiorLS Is at WITTS that Â¬ as tho stock is extensive and tho prices quoted aro so low thoy will asto ish you WE VEST SONS WITTS Is tho place to buy I Lnclies and Gents I Furnishing Goods All the Latest Styles are carried irs Talce J L T Morrison who has been hostltr at the round house at Peoria III re Â¬ turned to this city Saturday night to viu it his family of near Miss Maggie JTompkins Torontc tUanadOj is the guest of her hrother-in-hjand sister Mr and Mrs w J G HaiTbV - Sucoesful Revival Jan tst i0S balance on hand 134 51 Bev J E Jupin haa just closed a very Dec 31 8 paid In by K P layne collector 45610 loS6 38 successful revival meeting at Franks in Dec 31 98 paid in by O W Short this county Tiiere were eighteen pro- Â¬ Dec 31 08 p ild In by J It Skill nan PJ 7601 fessions and seven additions made to Dec 31 c3 paid In by F N Dituy CC 1731 90 950 the church during tho course of the Dec 3198 paid In by V A llivln meeting Total recelts and balance 4483 41 JUST A WORD OF ADVICE Trade at this store once as an experiment It will save you Money VVVVWWVVVVVWWVVWVVWVVV w J Miss Addle Felts of Adalrvllle who waa tbe guest of Mies Mary Moorman during tue past tavt weeks returned homo Friday Fresh oysters crisp celery fine navel oranges fruits of all kinds fresh bread and cakea of every description can be found at Hippies Canned goods embracing all the lead lot brands together with ilelnss pickles and baked beano the beet on the market -- Arc You s Easily Tired Just romombor that all your strongth must oomo from your food Did you ovor think of thatP Perhaps your musaloa nood moro strength or your norvosj or porhapa your atomooh is woak and cannot dlgost what you oat If you nood more atrongth thon toko Orders Issued Orders Issued Orders itsutd Orders issued Orders issued lorintertst etc Orders Issued for sinking fund etc Old orders paid DUllURSEMRNTB lor street work for salaries for street lamps ttc for Police Court etc 3464 33000 1900 J8J77 locono 90000 9391 atSipples tbus to to ramtd Sulsere boy IHsa Fannie Smith pno of the bright- Â¬ est girls of the younger set left today for Pdwee Valley where she will enter Kentucky College Mrs Wm Mullen and daughter Miss Stella will go to Lewisport to morrow to spend several days tbe guests of Mr and Mrs Wm Dorot Tho Marsden Co will pay you 225 per ton for shock fodder tied In conve Â¬ nient bundles for hand tag and deliver Â¬ ed on the river bank The famous Old Glorv Flour made by the Bates MIIHpk Company out of selected Wheat at Jolly Station is for sale t F Fraizert in Clovorport Abner Harris of Louisville with his son Anber Harris Jr and Master Clint Kelley Jr were In the city 8unday the guests of James Pace Jr WetakAtfldein our picture framing department Fine mouldings and artls- tic wbrk Is our specialty Bring pictures who Is bow one of Hendersons west weemful merchants was in the city Mority vWUng relatives Ttiaiatttuof Mr and Mm John OOoomI dk4 UM Taetday Jaa ITth Total payment 3J Orders outstanding 17915 llalnnce In hand ic6io9 Shop bonds Isued by the city 2jooo Amount in sinking fund Jan I 1S99 81413 09 Tax Tax levy 1899 able value lor taxes 4899 1469688 general fund Soc poll tax loo Tax Levy for 189 Inking fund soc V NDIIUY City Clerk Notioa in Bankruptcy In tux DmmcT Court ok the Unitbd States pox the Disikict or Kentucky Owinsuuhu Division In the matter of S K VltSMblS In Bankruptcy J Bankrupt To the crcditorsof S K Vessels of Moolcyvllle In the County of llrtcktniidgv and District afrre tut I I aim mm mm mmm mm m mmmmg cbc Best E A flour WITT KY on 6artb Ib made by tho BATES MILLING Tho two COMPANY at Jolly Station lending brands aro i zS -- HARDINSBURG SCOTTS EMULSION of Cod Iilver Oil with Hypo phoaphltoa Tho oil la tho moat easily ohangod of aU foods into strength and tho hypopbos- pnitos aro uio uoat tonics for tho nerves stTJsRsW BOOTTH EMiUIi- BION Is tho oaaleat January joth said a bankrupt Notice Is hertby given that on the s8lh dav of November A D iyti the said vessels was duly adjudicated bankrupt I and tha Ihe first meeting ol his cridimrs will be held at the law ulTi e of V O Ualibage in Hanlintburg Kentucky on the 1899 at two oclork 17th day of tcbrusry A I 1 St at which time Oie said creditors may attend their claims appoint a tiuttee exsmint the prove Uarilrupt and transact such other business as may pioper y come bclura said meeting DKAN I A Reieri In ttankrupicyv 1899 UiDifaiSBleton a former Cloverport of and for all oases of do blllty weak norvoe and loan of flosh Soc and DOWNE SCOTT woak throato for ovorykind coughs tioo I druggists and nutokeat euro for For Sale or Tiade A Pour Room Cottage with five acres of ground orchard vine yard and other small fruits A nood lo- Â¬ Also a good shop cation iov blacksmith for sale Will trade for land Call on or address J U FITCH OwroUti n Hw York - Clifton Mills Ky tfUiUiUUUUUUWWiUUWUWWWWK TABLEUS BUCKEYE PILE OINT Â¬ MENT Is the only remedy for blind Fell asleep nt Lexington Ky Jnnuary bleeding or protruding piles Indorsed 18 18J9 nt half past eevea in the even oldest by physicians cures the most obstinate hit Annie Daniel Itonrdaloy dnughterol Mr aud Mrs Vivian Daniol cases Price CO cents in bottles Tubes Tlio was confined to her bed only one weok La grippo followed by pleurisy 75 cents A R Fisher Extra Patent this by pneumonia caused nor death 8he had nutnberleea friends was a faith- Â¬ Goes to New Yonc ful child of Qod from her early girlhood As a result of the chvngee made in was Kain Her funeral services To die wore conducted by Hhv J W IHgliam at Louisville by the Continental Tobacco Slralght Patent Second Grade tier childhood Iioiuh Ivy Hill aud nho Company Mr R K Smith has been sent m whs laid to rest In the family cemetery from Louisville to New York to act as Both tiro made of fiho selected whout and where lies all that Is mortal ol Mtner the general leaf managar for the Conti Â¬ mother two older brother aud a younger nental Company Mr Smith waa man Â¬ aro guaranteed to contain no corn filler ager foi the American Tobacco at this slater We shall meet sgalu I They are honest brands For salo at tho city five years ago having beeu succeed- Â¬ T O D ed by J D Braahear the present man Â¬ following places in Breckenridge county -- g Hardinsburg Jan 31 1810 age lie made many friends in Breck Â¬ enridge county who will bo please I at Hardlniburf D P Beard Co AUtlloily J E Perklai These are dangerous times for the his advancement llaraed C W Payne don J WC Moorman flIendMne Julian Broo Group colds and throat trou- Â¬ hoalth Rock VaU Cooper EllJah Pan Perry of Oolumbusl Ga Buffered A bles lead rapidly to Consumption Co Tar Iork J 0 Rice Kirk P Sbeeran Dro bottle of One Minute Cough Cure-- used agony for thirty years and then cured It li told la Cloverport by F PRAlZE call for II and del a Pure Plour at the right time will preserve life his Piles by using DaWtta Wltcli Haxel Salve It nek Injuria and skin dia health and a large amount ol money KhortuulUsvynea Haynea eaMfl like aiglo Short Annie Daniel Geardsley S Sea Foam Old Glory 4 C S K I- - li TT8T H - -- ijwivm SSSfflmnarasBR grjgLJfgr MiwWTfi fin pifywwwi M ifcddfc n iifciimfr NERVOUS WEAK iTirea pi ltLnLyLUHLfJiiMigiittJ Siwii fca ffl - B8fl5q r ftTO DISEASED MEN NO CURE NO PAY0 Till NKW MRTHOD TllKATMKNT orUlnal with Jin K A K will roil form of lllowl or tlrely cure tjaxnal tllKara 11 11 me renin or ju eiporieneo In the treatment of rear theao dliease forernr WE ADYERTISE Because we believe thatgood advertising pays We have no use for extravagantly worded ads neither do we intend to ha a rtv to dishonest methods in attracting customers to our store We advertise just what we have and we sell just what we advertise Qur business has been builded on RELIABILITY HONEST VALUES AND LOW PRICES The confidence of the public is with us and with the beginning of 1S99 we look for the biggest trade we have ever enjoyed tion of our customers to the unexcelled values we are offering in We call the atten- Â¬ mmmw T3 EWE CURE SYPHILIS Thla terrible Hlood Poli6n the terror of mankind rieldn readily to our NhV TRUATMKNT llewaro of Mercury Potafh tie Tbcymayrumrourfyiiem e If you haithopore in tho mouth or tongue JolnU lore- throat hair or palm In eyebrowi fallinn ouUplmplciior blotcbej oro eyei ncad stomach derangement aehea etc you hive tho rerondary Mat o We aollclt tho lolton of thli lllood most obcllnato cnec and challeniro the world for a ctif owe accept tor treatment and cannot cure Ily our treatment the uleori heal tho hair itrows again palnf dlrapnenr the akin lieeomea healthy and marnaco U oialble nnd tafe - 3 CURES GUARANTEED Tbonromlscf young and rnlddlcnged men haotheirlitnr and vitality rapped by early aburea later exceaaei mental worry etc No matter tho outre our 0 WECUREIMPOTENCY P a11 iifirti n n tinrmal contll- Ambition life and enow ato re- nml fmn frcU iilturell a man Kenr enro Is treated Indi Â¬ our wonder vidually tioriiro-all-heue- o No matter what nils you ful ucccK Vt o jan fur us confidentially consult nlrh bnnk bonds to tuarantco to accom Â¬ plish what wo claim a 1 tlon Dry Goods and Notions Clothing Shoes Hats Furnishing Goods Groceries Hardware and Tinware Our 5 and 10 cent Counter has been a great attraction New articles added every week We are sole agents at this place for Gawhartts m Union Made Overalls Melburns Wagons and Buggies GIVE US A CALL iwn1 250000 TKKATMENT CURED EMISSIONS SKCHKT SHELMAN Proprietors of THE BRICK GO IRVINGTON KENTUCKY Mrs Bion Jolly and children moyed to Owetmboro last week Mr and Mrs E L Smith were visit- Â¬ ing relatives here Suuday Mr and Mrs Gilbert Kasey possess a three weeks old baby boy Chas Drury has been visiting relatives at and near Brandenburg Mr and Mis F P Morton moved to Louisvile last Monday Jan IGth Thos Snvder from Louvlsnlle visited hia old home near here last week Misa Ohio Payne haa gone to Falls of Rough to visit her sister Mrs Gross T 1 Jolly li8s gone to Owensboro to be grand juror in the Federal Court T Ptitb went to Hill Grove Sunday a in to hear Rey Judtoti Willett preach Jef so Pjnu iscleiking for Mr Alorzo Bennett Just step in and bco how nke he can b Mrp Ken Watlt n wps the guest of her ptBter Mis W J Piggott several last week A resellers li sliiuto convened at Planters Hull Meaoe county Saturday Uv vakicocem pyphims BTKIITIKK iMIMTEXlY Wn treat nnd cure hlkkt DIIAINS I NNAiniAI DISCIIAMI KS KIItXKV and ULADDKU lircarc UMt- iiuuita CONBl ITAIIUN FIIKK If unablo to call write for 1ILANK for HOME OlKSTION Kennedys Kergan I22W Fourth St CINCINNATI B rR j IRVINGTON Mrs Gardner attended tin bg revival at Hardinsburg last weik Miss Maude Adkisson comes regularly to teach her class in music Misa Ida Gardner Union Star in visit- Â¬ ing our genial deputy sheriff Misa Charlotte Herndon made n brief but delightful visit to Oakland Chas Drury passed through our town Monday enroute to Hardinsburg MIbs Ada Hanks left Sunday to Uko charge of a private school at Bethel Misa Flora Ryan has returned and will remain with Mrs Gardner eoins time T N McGlothlan waa indispoW sev Â¬ eral days last week but at prcaant ia much better T J Jolly paEd through enionte to Owensboro where he will sarve ou the U S petit jury Dont forirot ve will havft leaver meet ing at the Methodist church Weduesday Come evening 7 oclock A crowd of young people had a pleas Â¬ ant evenings entertainment at the liome of Miss Cecil Spradlin lastev Bro Leitchfield returned horn Hardinsburg Friday evening whote ha had been attending tle meeting and iloing good work as is his want Little Dwight IUndall has been slight ly ill but we are pleased to see him im- Â¬ proving and hope he will soon be his usual bright jolly little self David Hardaway has decided to opn a tonsorial parlor in the store houtencxt to the restaurant Dont forget David is a good boy and worthy your patronage Congratulations to Mr and Mrd Clinton Beauchauip who were married in JefTersonville last week Mrs Beauchaop was Miss Sallie Henry formerly a ru sident of Irvington The secretary of the B X It O n quects me to say that the circle will meat with Miss Lily McGlothlan nt xt Satur- Â¬ day at 1 30 oclock p m All requested to be present important business Nannie Lee Jolly had a delightful visit of a day or two in Hardinsburg visiting Mita and Ida Beard two dear little girls of that pjace She returned homo Mon Â¬ day and in time for her school duties Several new pupils entered school Monday Prof Crabb feels much encouraged about his school and we cer- Â¬ tainly hope he will continue to havo additions until it ia full to over flowing Mrs Wimp gave Roy a moBt pleasing surprise last Tuesday evening the event being his 19th birthday A merry crowd and delightful refreshments made the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fvwiins thniiiy O tFB abiH fcf 4iB tK JI aB if li Breckenridge WEDNESDAY News 25 1899 JAN GUSTON Mrs RufuB Carter of Vine Grove 1b visiting bor sister Mrs Sig Loeb Misa Mary Ryan one of Cloverporta most beautiful and charming young ladies Bpent last Sunday with Misa Helen Pollock Ed Smitb of the I 0 Road accom panied bis family home to Louisville last week they have been on an extend Â¬ ed visit to Mr and Mrs G W Smith Lawrence Bewley baa gone back to his new home in Oklahoma city Law rence has a nice position in a grocery store on a Halary of 40 per tnontu with rooms free Frank Miller will receive bis honora- Â¬ week from the U S ble discharge A Anniston Ala and will come home to reside i rank made the same kind of a soldier as he did a business man a good and dutiful one Frank Morton and family took the train here last week for Loiusville where they will make their future home Mrs Morton who was a Miss Stith has a brother living in that city Heres a hearty success to them It is substantially reported in Guston this Sunday afternoon that Miss Ola Shumate daughter of Mr George Shumate waa thrown from a horse and had Miss Ola formerly an arm broken taught school in this town and all very much regret her misfortune Your correspondent had the pleasure of visiting the hosuitable home of Jim Mr Dowell is Dowell ntat Irvington the owner of one of the most fertile and well kept farms in that part of the county which is stocked with the most improved breeds of Poland china hogs short horn cattle fat horses and nice lot of young mules The spacious floor of his big barn is covered with 000 bushels of wheat and over 300 bushels of orchard grass seed he is holding his wheat for higher prices but is selling out his grass seed at the reasonable price of 80 cents I purchased thirty bushels per bushel of him at that price But of all on the place that struck me with more force than anything else is a relic of antiquity in the shape of an old clock which stands 8 feet high is 108 years old and keeps as good time as any moJern The clock waa made by chronomoter L Wataou of Cincinnati the second band has rather a peculiar movement only jumping thirty times in making the circuit of one minute I was surprised to find on that old clock a hand that registers the days of the month think ing that only the modern time pieces performed that duty The clock is not wound aa are most clocks by a key but is wound by lifting the large weights and pulling a cord it was left Mrs Dowell by her mothershe has had offers time and again to buy the clock but says she intends keeping it as long as she lives The center of the top of the face has a beautiful crown in gilt with other gilt figures on its face its a beauty Â¬ Â¬ PUDday with his parents in tho Salem neighborhood Nixt StturUy afternoon 2 oclock tho Mrs S P Woolfolk Is able to be up ladies of the W F M P will have a we are glad to say sooial tneetinsr at Mrs W K Browns Last Sunday was epring like Kverv We hope all the members will be present ami take part in tho work which is body was out in best aud tucker Thecandypulling given by tho ladits alwaja helpful of the Baptist church was well attended Wtmnderetrnd that Mrs Glen Hard Mis ViiLl Hardin and sin Zick visit Â¬ awaye condition has grown worse an i gtave fears are entertained as to her re ed Mrs Jen Ilardlu and Mrs Mary covery Her father and two sisters and Martin Mr Hardaway8 father passed through The Normal Literary had tt large today going to her bedside crowd liiit Friday night the first nitoting Wo sincerely hope shu will grow belter and aoou bo since 99 entirely well Mrs Taylor Ilayuos has visited her auut Mrd Taylor of Evansville during Tho worft after effects of Iiiflueiizi her absence from homo arisfl from deranged unctions of tho livMrs Geno Guedry neLUla llaym p er Clear the blood at once with HER is very much butter Her mother is BINE for it will strengthen the liver to still with her Mrs Emmet Coleman has returns withdraw from circulation tho biliary from a visit to Mrs poiBons Price 50 cenla A R Fisher Wimp of Louisville Payt and Mrs Dr Charley Ridley of Jtfleiflonville is in BRANDENBURG Henry MalinH More Charlio is a nice Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ al to short for the happr pending to keen the inw woman at horn- - to mind the babies Mrft of us wonder why them wns a la v showing us how to leave the imbies Brother Duvill preached last Suuday nlgnt Bud Price Will Ashcraft Lula and Minnin Bland sang that pretty quarter Incline Thine Eu with which wo aro nil familiar The parts i ro all ri-v- 1 welloiMtaiiiLvl Mr Riid Mrs miZj day Jan -r wnflflit iiiwi puruiffi ui iui atorea lott manhood AcOLosm THV tou au oor a Derr ti Mi inseiin and pi ft tVTO BAO from book UF f M own drairru twbo 1P m It with l ranch for hi Tk ni natintir irLiiitiT n r - r az r wv v UU MIJ CUT v -- D0ZMVM artnteM to enre or w refund mew Co CUaart C totml I wt amil via uu v iiiiflxMiuatnlorDuoii nviuUA1 tu ilia UMir MDIOCO WJtll1 r i nd HI rtiTlb 7 wu 14 wbliar yoo eontlsB i tha OX pCll niuo--UUKH nuu w Cll Ur H m lwi - LK Krj in iiii tBr their grapophonc Gough enjoy which furnished a variety of ntuusem nt for tin lining circle fipeechep song instrumental band and orchestras Wonderful In tin next o ntuiy I w iiler what will be W IJ 20th his lOlh birthday At were call id to the dining room wiiere a table of good things await Â¬ ed them of which the little folks did 430 they renchul The of Mr and Mm W II Piatt in Ieternbtirg Va briugi up llougliti of tint happy o g l ng ago 1 kn Mv them well in Louiuvilli when Mr Piatt wu rector of Calvary Episco Â¬ pal cliiiruh Ho win tin able minister deah tis Rjinian is very much better Ioj60 Trttnea Fontaine i ou the sick rent tuition and laundry bill in Bran list denbtig Normal for live months Walt Grey is ill Jjc Gray ia a little Brandenburg lias a telephone exchangn better with our electrician Chas Casperko to Carroll Burch baa had pneumonia but ia1 up and answer the helloe ia out aain Mr Armstrong has returned from a She Mta Blanche Fontaino is out after an visit to her mother at Kausvill found Mr Aunstrong with la gripp indisposition Goo Mrs D W Lewis speDt Saturday and Sun day at home Circuit Court and session with Judge McBeath presiding Miss Lena Nevitt spent Sunday with Miis Mary Lin Ditto Mr and Mrs Bondurant spent Sunday with friends across the river Circumstantial evidence is often strong but dont condemn people on it MLw Courtney of near Shelbyville is tUi guest of Mrs Annie Bishop Misa Agnes Malin is in Owensboro iier a pleasant stay in Lyansville A number of pupils in tho county will hUml the examination Thursday Congratulations to Mr and Mrs David Fairk Lh on thu adyeut of that fifth boy MtBri Viigiuia Rhodea has ben quite sick hute are glad to report improve Â¬ ment Dr J M Harins dental parlors are beautiful and couvtinfoBt if you please Mis Alice Brown an I her daughter Nelle of Ekrou visited Mis Lzau Board last wiek Mr and Mrs Bot Naifui ppouC Â¬ giiitleminly little fellow in advanco will pay board room Â¬ Tho principal of Brandenburg Normal has spent six yeaia in collego ard in arly 3000 in money trying to fit hiins lf fir lus vok Thos Toani our Sunday school fiieml has hi en quite sick He hud n Btrenm of callers lust Sunday who nport him much improved We aro interested in the Third Ken tucky which haa sailed for Cuba Our town boy Lieutenant Rob Malin is one of t o t Ulcers whose welfaro we have at heart I haye rrceiveil an invitation to the wedding of Percy Tiylor and Misa Lena Posey Feb 1st at the Cayo Spring Bap Â¬ tist church Pouth Union Ky at home Rusellville Ky Mrs I W Lewis Fang a beautiful solo last Sunday at Sunday school Y shall he born again We wero glad to hear her sweet voice again after an indispo- Â¬ sition which confined herut home Mra Blanche Fontaine haa delivered Mrs R M JollyH kind meBssgi lam only too glad to have an opportunity to fulfill my long promise and el all certainly do so when possible Irvington Uiuh priuio in my estimation Koknini Iud has a n ivel ctirfi w law Â¬ Â¬ WOMAN LOVELY WOMAN DO YOU WANT A Â¬ The Appetite of a Goat la envied by all poor dyspeptics wbooe Stomach and Liver are out of order All eucb should know that Dr Kings New Life Pills the wonderful Stomach and Liver Remedy gives a splendid appetltei sound digestion and a regular bodily habit that insures perfect health and great energy Only 25c at Short Hay nes drug store GtOXjID 3DTJST IR A FREE OF CHARGE 4000 ZfcTGr IE SUNNY DALE Spring is coming Small pox is threatened at Glendeano We still read the News and think it better than Courier Journal Miso Nettie Drown who has been ill or several weeks io about well 11 Mattlngly and daughter Miss Jennie visited In Grayson several days last week Fred McDonald of Henderson Ky Is attending school at Glendoane Mr McDonald ia a bright young man and Mr Pile does well to secure such pupils Our Bchool closes next week We will bvae our closing exercises on Saturday afternoon beginning at 12 or 1 oclock All are invited to come out and rejoice Â¬ Well listen to us We have started a guessing contest at our 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 and she a uio3t Ilegaii woman The fato of tint Paul 1 men is it aad one Minly an txpoaion cmum iI it The yacht stopped at our wharf oi ila wav down thu Ohio uid the uuiug ladhn ramo up to Ytakel Coa and made some purLhastB Several hero were aboard of tho Paul Jones ami pronounce her u beauty We arn afraid tho bodies will not bt found Tall about young America Mr Editor Speak of prcgreralvo rgi Well last Friday night took the hint ribbon when lads and lascies of 0 10 11 and 1L paired off Bent carlu aid went to thu candy How they did enjoy it pulliin How sweet mid innocent thoy all looked budB Tho of n ninturer growth had better bd looking to their laurels Tliu nightit gilo of Cnvgy Nos will today sfart of on another tour matrlnio nml widl sho haa launched her ship twico livino Patti feels at home aa much as on her professional toura toohurm the world by her warbls She has been a yery charitable woman nnd has been remarkably popular with all clasps in her own country hence it is right that thu corporation should turn out in state to show her nil honor I certainly ahould get stout if laugh ing aids Recording to tho adngi for have readily flamantha n Saiatogt Shu gets in mime gcd old fashioned aanis on parduers of the connubial oke fining at wateriig jilnuis Josiali lound some body to tie knots with him if h waa twisted up tho most i acred ties that folks can b twisted in But folks arent twisted Into congenial ktiota you know when iunocen- flrla tions h g n Yes international tipceand pdiciefr anquto int reeting It yuu know the wh nml the whatiusV t rhuical matters if rather an abatruce kin I Bill to e dlouwd we must know why but an acquaintance with such Hubjfcta is like discussing diff jron Wo dont know aud car tial calculus less about Biiih theui s unless wo have rubbed up against Lsdy Dalhoufcie or Mra Gladstone Wo all know about littlo boats and shallow water dont we Maudo R iesorof Muldraugb waa here this time last year a pupil in thu Normal a perfect child Lae t week she and Mr Harrington ran off to Kmtuckiana Gret na Green and had the nuptial knot tied Maude isnt sixteen and her parents had expected to roturn her to the Normal for tho spring term Sim telephoned What did Miss Hattie think She thiuka Maude good kind affectionate with a beautiful home and kind indulg ent parents who wished to educate aud accomplish her should have waited for several yeara before prefixing Mrs to her name But Bon voyage to the young couple on an unknown untried sea I have read an interesting letter from Chas M Nevitt to his parents after his arrival in tho Lone Star State He is much pleased and enjoyed his trip but regretted not boiug in St Louia longor lie liatl nover seen cotton uelda before aud if Ohaa was like me those cotton pine forests aud palmettos in fields Arkansas were novel and interesting Bights Charlie speaks moat compli mentary of Mr McDonougha wife for kindiiees aud Intelligence Mr Mc Donough is state agent for Texas Indian and Oklahoma Territories for the celebrated Euglo Cotton Gin Machlnsry Fr o City Iron Works engines ami boilers or everything ueeded for a com- Â¬ plete gin nlant He and Charlie aro Meade couuty friends in whom we feel much interested and for whom we hope properitv all alonir the lino I Jan 2lst G A Foote managed to have business in tlo city during the poultry show whicd lie attended Mik Chas OrofP who has been visit Â¬ ing her parents Mr and Mrs Thomas Iayno has returned home It ia wilhngtct that we hear ol the G Hardaway She is illnifao Mib a univtital favrrile here and we tan hardly bear the thought ot losing her Misa Ola Phumate waa thrown from a runaway hoibe last Wednesday morn Â¬ ing ou her way to school and now suffers a broken arm Thanks to Falls of Rough for appreciative words I should be glad to meet him or her as the case may be and look nto the eyes of one with whom I am so associated Branduubtug often f peaks agood word lor thu Louisvilh Evenii g Pott She Is correct in what she eae and if any one wantp a good paper that comes next to Ihu News A telephone line from Bewleyville going the Made county Hue from Guston to Big Spring at Hon A J Thompsons house ie under way and w hope to We are to have it completed soon have a box in our house aud that will ghe me theprivllegeof one of Womans Rights Golden Rod Â¬ day Geo Jamicou ia out of town for a week or po Kyle Adkiston is with his father for a few weeks A R Miller spent several days last week in Sample M Blaln was in Louisville on business one day last week What alcut the tedding bells ley ring bo slow of lale Chas Walker of Evansville lad is hero visiting old friends T1 i aa Blanch Basham of near Union Star waa in town Hunday The monster grip has about depart- Â¬ ed from cur midst aa a very few cases are now reported The frieqds of Mrs M Blain will be glad to learn that she in being greatly iieuemieu at jiui cpni gs We are VPrvnnrrv to 1nm that a am soon to lose our M D and trust some other as good And well liktd a phjftician will cast his lot among us We are glad to see the old Ohio slowly creeping oack fo its former resting place and we trust it will keep on for- Â¬ bidden ground for this season Mrs R A ghellman and Mrs J W Janett have lately treated themselves with new pianos of which your corres Â¬ pondent has failed to make note of before 1 1 justice Dr D White want to Tibiosport Sun Â¬ this home The M F church extends thanks to Mrs Jas Crawford that through her zealous efforts a carpet and stove were placed in the parsonage her Also 40 Mrs R A Smith for the amount that KH8 rntanri fchrnntrli A donation party will be given Mrs Betsy Rofl Thursday evening Jan 26 th this beiiiK her 79th birthday Let all come out or send It will be at her tainmeut thereby supplying the church with new roiut books T 1 fhn flhrialmoa unl ll te Â¬ Mr S A Fackler Editor tho Mlean opy Fla Hustler with hla wifa and nJjaal children suffered terribly with La Gjlope One Minute Cough Cure waa the only remedy that helped them It acted quickly STEPHENSPORT Thousands of others use this Rev A F Btarwent to Hardinsburg remedy as a specific for La Grippe and its exhausting after effecta Short Monday Harlan Morgan was in Hardinsburg Haynes Monday Hat Declined to Rm Born to the wife of V T Fife Sunday Ex Governor John Young Brown Jan 22nd at 030 p m a girl whom it was confidently expected would Services were held in the M E church make the race for the guber Sunday at 11 a m and 7 30 p mby the national plum has Democraticthat ha announced pastor would not be a candidate He came out Master Helm Vaughn entertained 15 in a formal letter to that effect last Fri Â¬ of his little friends from 3 to 0 p m Fri- - day jYoio win iik it for cbillrae coughi irtilalloDi or the throat and lungt It ttamls unrivalol a a remedy far the threat and lane diieict bclil by all dniggltli for a eti Dr Bulls Cough fcyrup never dli tbM Â¬ to Consumption A tarrh Leads I had off Forerunner of the Most TRY TO GET THAT STOVE CALL AT THE STORE AND INSPECT wilh us The writer spent several nights among the hospitable people of Sunny Dale neighborhood last week and will say we often mloB a great deal of the worlds brightness and sunshine by staying at home all the time IT fetntai Jtpatir JVOHA TEAFF IEi IESXjlJNr r3iSTriESQT HOBEN 3ZE3roTJQsrttk - ThaKldYiviniMtmBotiht part of the bone in my nose sloughed I was constantly treated with sprays and washes but each winter the diseaso seemed to have a firmer hold on me I had finally been de- Â¬ Though its offensive foaturoa clared incurable when I decided tp try S 0 S It seemed to net rlgM at bro Bomotimos almost unbearable the seat of the disease and curedino few peoplo aro tiwaro of tho dauger permanently for I have had po touch of which Catnrrh ia thq fororuu of Catarrh fpr seven yeara Mas Joskpiunh Pouhia nor Catnrrh invariably leads to Due West 8 C Consumption Growing worse and Those who hayq had the first worse eaoh winter thoso who rely tduchofCtttaxrh upon tho usual treatmont of will eaYo endless aufforing by tak- Â¬ Bprays washes and inhaling mix- Â¬ Another Good Man Gone Wrong ing ho right tures find that it is impossible to remedy at jtho He failed to use Foleys Kidney Ouro check tho disease with those local outset Others for his kidney complaint A R Fisher who have for Oloverpurt R A Shellinan Stephens applications whioh only roaoh tho Vonro nnncrhtf ro surface Tho offonsivo disobargo port i E A Witt Hardinsburg increasoB all tho while pausing a liof and found only disappoint Â¬ fooling of personal defilement and ment in local troatraent will find BEWLEYVILLE it wise to waste 00 further time gots deeper and dooperuntiHt is on BprayB washes inhaling wi Wo have one more week of school only a question of a short timo turos eto whioh aro only tempo Â¬ Wihur Shumate has typhoid fever until tho lungs are affeotod rary and can not savo hern from Mra T J Jolly is sick of la grippe Tho importance of tho propor Oonsufnptioil Qatdtfrh ia a doop Muiray Stanford is quite ill of grippe seated blood dieoaeo f is Dr P W Foote lias boon quite sick treatment cau therefore bo roadily the onlv remodv wlnnh onn rnaMi appreciated But no good wlmt aaiii Sunday services aro Sunday school and ovor can bo expocted from local tbe vory bottom pf tho dseuBe class meeting applications as such treatmont uu fluxo 11 permanently Books sont froo bv tho Swift Wm Sllth spent several Jays visiting nover did oure Catarrh and nevor in the city lost week will Pppoifiq Oempany AtUpH- Fatal Disease that I lost my hearing in one earand such a severe case of Catarrh Â¬ j - i Mk J itikhllr rj