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Digital page images are linked to the text file. w f wpnPSitNgK1 y jf- rTrypw y tj Tff - TT liiT fiffLMISJiiiiiiiiiiifi iiltlgrilirt- - jfatfi - THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXIII CLOVEKPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBUARY AN ARTISTIC SUCCBSS Rov 1 1899 MYSTERIOUS DISAPPEARANCE NO 29 A GOOD OLD i t-- i MEADE Seems to Have Its Share of Tax Dodgers What a Contributor Has to Say on tlio Subject Editok or thk Nmvs McDonalds Rending Enjoyed Highly ACTIVITY BROKE THE RECORD JNREALTY Real Estate Changing Hands In Eugene Vest Catches The Largest Fish of the Season Gono Vest is enjoying himself im- Â¬ mensely catching fisdi killing mosquitoes and badgelng alligators down in Florida Writing to his brother John Vest he says that tho weather is quite cool at Melbourn Florida where ho Is the tern peraturo being about 00 dtgrees Ho says hu went fishing in the Indian river tho other day and caught seven bass tho largest weighing eight pounds the record breaker of Hip season Not long ago Gene went out on the salt water to flili for sea base He managed to get a strike and soon Ial a g ra bass hooked that weiglwd twwty jwtittla Gene playc vriUi him for abot forty jiwt as b wm abottt to laud minutes him the laokle brske h1 the Ith left that Immediate vicinity In hatu How did Gone knnw the fish weighed 20 pounds He saw the scaled hugeue desires that C a plain Roland be informed that one day of fishing in the Indian river ia equal to a years angling iu Kentucky waters Trout are abundant and range in weight from JJ to pounds He reports that his mother Mrs William Vest is onjoying splendid health and likes the climate WORDS OF PRAISE President McKinley Brags on NARROW Hawesvllle Girl May Have Been Mur dered Tho pollco of Kvansvllle are looking for Miss Marietta Haydun who Ib believ Â¬ ESCAPE Thomas Prcscott Severely It may be a Burpriuu to your readers to know that the good people of the couuty are ehort In theliatiDgof properly in the sum of 107168 Tuo members of the board of supervis- Â¬ ors worked hard while in session but the fact that they had not sufficient time al- Â¬ lotted them prevented them from doing their whole duty Had they a long er session they would undoubtedly have found that the people of Meade county were remiss in their lists in a sum pro bably three or four times as great as is mentioned above They should have had ample time to go over all Ihe lists in the couuty and Bee that a just and fair return of taxable values was made The lands of the county as a whole are not listed according to law The values placed on cattle are only about 50 per cent uf what the law requires hogi are listed in any manner that suits the person making the returns but hoists and mules the most undesirable stock on the farm are listed nearer the stand ard than anything else Of course horses and mules are a nec- Â¬ essity on the farm but they are the only stock that a farmer rakes that have not a value sufficient to represent the cost of raising It put up to be sold for cash they would not near help to pay the cost of raising as sheep cattle and hogs I understand that the average price of cattle in Meade county bit little old and young will range in the neighborhood of 10 and 12 per head Incited I will venture to say that a roan cannot g through the couuty to day and buy all the calves within her borders at the average price ol 10 per head The old- Â¬ er animals would cost him double and treble that amount As to personal notes and mortgages the assessors books would lead ouo to belieye that very few people in Meade county own any A close scrutiny of the county records however would tell a different tale Personally secured notes seem as scarce as hens teeth and what few do appear are valued very low by their holders I understand that mortgtged notes are valued at about 40 cents on the dollar while the personally secured notes are returned at 10 or 15 cents on the dollar That is the way they are listed by the Running accounts are waived holders almost entirely It is my understanding that the people of Meade county have about 2290 stuck down in the pockets of their j mns The records show that they have only 15624 deposited in the banks Accord- Â¬ ing to the assessors reports they have ready cash to the amount of 38500 While the record shows that there is only 15024 In bank that institution itself in its last annual or semi annual report says that there is something above 47000 on deposit and our borier bank which is locatgl at Vine Grove has in its vaults something above 30 Â¬ A hantle o folks spent a canty boor or twa at the Presbyterian kirk Friday nicht listening to Dr Donald McDonald read In tho Erse tongue frae Ian McLareno Besidetho Bonnie Breer Bush Tim time flew by wi tentless heed as tin dominie wi canny voice recited tho story of the people of Drumtochty Rov McDonald is a Scot himself and possesses a voice that charms the e r He reads with such tenderness and sym Â¬ pathy that the living pictures of Dr Mc Oluro and Flora Campbell are presented to the minds eye His reading of the death of Dr Mc- dure was artistic His interpretation of the scene was so realistic so tender so sympathetic that it brought tears to Mm eyes of many of tho audience The reading was certainly an artistic succesi and those who attended should congratulate thamselves on having enjoyed s rare a treat the County Some Fine Sales Were Made Last Week That prosperity lata struck tho land is demonstrated by tho fact that there is an increased demand for good farm property in the county Some very eztunaive transactions have taken placo in tho county since the first of the year but last week was the most actlvo of all James A Wimp sold to Dr J Shacklett 7J acres of land for 31001 The property Is located near Ekron and Dr Shacklett can congratulate lilmeeJ on his bargain M G Lawson sold his paw near In ington to Thomas HartkBty The prop erty consisted of 91 arras land and liroigit 1650 Mr Lawsou purchased 140 acres of laud fntui John Bandy near Hig Spring for 1000 and he also pur Â¬ chased 00 aerrtf adjoining from J A Witt for JJ0 David Moorman sold to Julian Brown 10 acres of orchard near Glendeane for Su iir acre He nlso sold 5 acres for 00 an acre to the same party The latter tract contains a beautiful site for a house and Mr Brown contemplates building a neat collage thereon Â¬ al DIED OF APPOPLEXY Sudden 1 Hurt ed to have been murdered or who may have committed puiclde By a Fall Tlii yonni lady formerly llvwl at the Fourth Kentucky lfaweftvilleaml Is known hen hlii malt her LotKe with tle fawllyorf Just Hissed Being Cut In Twain by Dr Maylmm for awhile A weok a a Saw Au toswit frloikl alt Brigadier General Speaks Highly of the ske baM ebn wa Kb hai not ben tho man iK licita Regiment On land Wednesday evening Thomas seen srce fih had just rcdovtrm 1 f rom lrusooit had a narrow f ecapofrom death a wurc cao r the grip and bar Ho 1b employed at the raltroad shops TVaOtistf fvwJi taj ki- - few tho wasailVicted and In tho course of his woik had to oil lftmrUi Kontky lacAleent tho r haftimr M o nfiieors under wltom it has ihl While engaged at this work his cloth hitgvUd ami generally commanded the Injj was cauht in a pulley and he was following letters received at headquarters knocked from the ladder arii reproduced He fell from a distance of lilteen feet Headquarters First Brigade Second Di to the floor His arm was broken mil vision Fourth A O Camp Shipp his head was badly cut and bruised by Anuiston Ala January JO ISO the fall He was taken to the nfW of Lleut Col Murray Commanding Fourth Horrible Fate of a Meade Couty Dr Simon surgeon for the Henderson Kentucky Vols Koute who dressed his wounds DkarSik I desire to express to your- Â¬ infant PreBcott had a very narrow escape self and tho Fourth Kentucky my re from a horrible death as he was almost grets at parting with vou consequent up thrown across a saw which was in oper- Â¬ on your approaching disbandmeut Both It Was Wrapped Too Tightly In a ation Had he fell on this he woul of the time in comyourself so much Blanket have been cut in twain mand and Col Colson havo labored bo He carries accident insurance hard and shown such soldierly apti tltd lr Higiitaf SMOTHERED TO DEATH Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ OBrien Shocks Her Friends Satuf Death of Mrs Her End Came at Her Home day Evening HE QUITS BUSINESS After Tho friends of Mrs J W OBrien were greatly shocked at hereudden death which resulted from appoplcxy at iter home Saturday evening GREAT REVIVAL The deceased was tho daughter of the late Irvin Daaven who cam- to this city llAiiDiNfiiuno January Ulst ISO from LaRue couuty The most interesting revival of religion Airs OBrien was apparently in the this town has had for twenty years or best of health on the day of her demise more has b en going on at the city hall She was a true Christian woman big for the past three weeks There has hearted and generous to a fault She been over filty conversions besides a was a devout member of Si Roses Cath- Â¬ number of persons who had become cold olic church Her funeral took place and indifferent to church matters who Sunday and her remains wrro laid to rest were reclaimed and brought back into in St Itomuald cemetery Ilardinsburg the fold Rev J W Biguam pastor of theM E church south lias been doing TOBACCO SALES the preaching assisted in tuu singing by Rev A Ii Davis of the M E church Burlcy Is Bringing Good Prices In Both of them have labored tiard and the Louisville results have been more sanguine than was expected The whole couutry about Stark Haynes of Ilarned sold three here has been aroused Old men and hogsheads of bnrlev at Louisville at 1 young men have come out on the Lords 7 80 and 4 Tho sale averaged 5 per side The Sunday schools and prayer hundred meetings have increased double almost Georg Lucas of Custer sold three in the number of attendants and a hogsheads of Burley at Louisrille fjr genuine good feeling seems to be abroad 740 460 and 3 40 iu the laud F M Rogers Rosetta sold two hogs A WILLOW FENCE heads of burley at Louisville far f JOJinil Â¬ Paul Perry of Columbus Ga Buffered agony for thirty years and then cured his Piles by using De Witts Witch Hazil Salve It heals injuries and skin dis Â¬ Haynes eases like magic Short Oco tudes in bringng your regiment to its present excellent state of training and discipline that I feel that nu expression of this is due yourself and your officers I think it n pity since your men and oili ers tiayu now arrived at this stage of good soldierly utility by tho laborious road of constant drill instruction and subordination that the government now of you finds further Half a Century of Honor This itself not iu measure need compensated is iu some for from the fact that strict military able Effort schooling and experience has mado a fine regiment for Kentucky and the na Â¬ tion should the call again sound Yeakel Decides to Take a Very truly yours Well Earned Rest G S Caiuenteii After having been actively engaged in business in Brandenburg for fifty years Geo Yeakel of tho firm of Geo Yeakel Co has retired During tho half century in which Mr Yeakel was identified with tho business interests of Brandenburg ho am mussed a handsome fortune and also won for himself a name that is a synonym for honor and business integrity He deserves a rest and his legion of friends wish hi in many happy years of comfort and leis- Â¬ ure The business will be continued by his successors Ed Yeakel and Geo Rei man under the firm name of Yeakel Reiman for Firty Cents Guaranteed tolueco habit euro inales weak men sironr blood vure 60c tl All Urucclsts SHERflAN HONORED W H 000 i I have heard it said by giod authority that the Vine Grove bank credits Meade county with about half her deposits - Hk- - which would make a difference I bolleve that there is something like 40376 deposited in the banks over and aboye what is listed for taxes The bank statements were made Jan 1st 1809 while the tax list is recorded from the 15th of Septembtr 1888 If the above statement can be borne out I should think that a careful reckon- Â¬ ing of the assessable property of old Meade would bring her out from the cloud of being classed with the pauper counties She is capable of a high standard of eelf maintalnence and ought tobccupy her rightful place OnSKRVBIt Oot a Oood Price A B Skillmau cashier of the Breck enridge Bank was one of the fortunate individuals to profit by the recent sharp rise in wheat He sold 1200 bushels of the cereal Saturday for 80 cents per bushel Poor aid Weak Catarrh and Bronchial Troublo Had no Appotlto Now Bottor In Dollcato Child Somo tlmo since I took a sudden cold and could not get rid ot it Being subject to catarrh and bronchial trou ble I coughed terribly I lost my appetite and grew poor and weak and I did not feel like work I began taking Hoods Bareapo rllla In a short time the cough disappeared I slept well bad a good appotlto Last and I was better in every way spring I was not feeling well I bad no apÂ¬ petite and no strength I resorted to Hoods Barsaparllla and Boon felt more My little nophow was a deli- Â¬ like work Every Way A cate child and had a humor whloh trou Â¬ bled Jjlra so be could not rest at night He has taken a few bottles of Hoods Sar saparllla and now he has a good appetite Misa Addis J and is bla to sleep Fobesian South Duxbury Mass Ii the One Hoods Sarsa- - parilla U True Blood 1uriner All druggists are tSo best afteiMJIuner fMIS flOOU S Dllla puty 44 uigeitlon Mo Gets a Fine Appointment Toledo Ohio is to have the Ohio centennial and great preparations are being 3 30 Manager Harris of the Breckenridge made to make it the greatest event in Bud Carman Garfield pold three bogs Cannel Coal Company has had a willow the United States in 1100 heads of burley at Louisville for 0 70 An expert commission has been ap fence coustructed to preserve the river 4 05 430 bank fronting the companys property in pointed to take charge of matters per Taylor Dowell and H W Gross were of town tabling to tho centennial and W J in Louisville Monday selling tobacco the lower end The fence cost about 100 and ia sever- Sherman has hen appointed civil Mr Dowell sold 3 hhds and Mr Gross 2 al hundred feet in length it was Bever- ergineer by the city of Toledo hhds of white burley ly tested by the recent high water but lie will pass upon all the great engin AN OLD RIVER MAN PASSES AWAY the enormous quantity of drift that hat eering problems that will be presented ed against it and that that was deposited ar it Is Indeed a grr at honor that has Captain John A Adams Dies at His Home on the inside of the willows did scarcely been conferred upon liitn Ho married Katherine the daugiter any damage New ground Is being made In Lewieport and the embankment is being reclaimed of Mr and Mrs W II Bowinrr of this city and his Clovcrpcrt frien Is are Captajn John A Adams for many Faults of digestion cause disorders of highly elated ovpr his succew years one of the best known river mer the liver and the whole system becomes The Toledo Blade says of him in this section of the Ohio died at hii deranged HEIIDINE perfects the pro- Â¬ Mr W J Sherman civil engineer home at Lewieport Sunday evening and thus selected by the Toledo centennial comcess of digestion assimilation Captain Adams began in the steamboat makes pure blood Price 60cta A R mission as the expert on grounds is one business in the early 70s and his first Fisher His of the rising engineers of the city venture was with tho Prttrolia No 2 in experience as an engineer has been varB V R C Program theCannelton and Evnnsvlllo trade with ied For years he was chief engineer of which he was quite successful the Wheeling and Lake Erie railway Response to role call by each member Tho other boats he oporated were as A visit to some Spanish city discussed has served in that capacity with other follows Tine Blutl Mary Ament Dick by entire circle railways He mado tho preliminary surJohnson Dora Cabler Two States and Some reasons for praise of Spain her veys of the park prepared the topoEdna Adams The latter boat was named institutes and Government Some rea- graphic and hydrographic maps and has for his blind daughter handled the expert affairs of the com son for blame About ten years ago Captain Adams re mission since It organization Mrs Cain Paper Queens of Spain tired from the river trade and lived on HARRY M0RDUE RESIGNS Paper Romances of Royal families in his farm near Liwisport He was a man Spain Mrs R N Miller of high principle and fine character and One of Louisvilles Most Popular Railroad he is sincerely mourned by all who knew New Store at duston Men him WalG us ton is to havo a now store Board manager went to Louisville Sanders Brlckcy H O Mordue who for the past ten ker On last Thursday evening at the home Monday to buy a fine stock of goods for years has been assistant general passen Gustin will g ir agent of tho Louisville Henderson of the bride Owen Sanders was united the new establishment soon havo a fipe commercial equipment St Louis railroad has resigned and will in marriage to Miss Alice Brlckey The ceremony was performed by Rev Weath It is already one of the best trading g to Chicago to engige in tho coal busi points along the line of the Henderson ness with his brother erford Route Mr Mordue while connected with the Is one of tho best known The groom road made an army of friends He is a young farmers in this vicinity and Is Big Lo5 Sustilned courteouswhole souled gentleman whose The bride is the highly respected It is estimated that the mysterious dis good qualities of head and heart will win daughter ot Mr and Mrs T M Brlckey and Is a grand daughter of Postmaster ease which has been epidemic among him success wherever ho goes horses in this section the past month has He will be greatly missed and all who Jonas Wilson cost the farmers of this county 5000 are fortunate enough to kuow him wish Docs Fine Embroidery Over twenty horses died with tho dis him a long happy and prosperous career Mrs John W Raitt of this city is one ease in and around Cloverport of the most accomplished needlewomen A Sad Mission Sharp Advance in Breckenridge county Although sho Mm Nancy J Townsend a most esti There was quite a rapid rise in wheat is seventy seven years of age she can to day draw as fine stitches and finish as last week The price adyanced to 78 mable woman died at her home at New difficult designs in embroidery as the cents on the Chicago market The ad- Albany Iud Sunday morning after a most artistic of the younger matrons in vance is due to an unprecedented oxport protracted illness Her sister Mrs M Wheat la nelllng on the local W Mitchell of this city was summoned demand this vicinity to the bedside of tho deceased last Wed market for 75 cents Corn is 30 cent Olad Tidings to Asthma Buffers nesday and romalned with her until her death occurred The sympathies of the Sprained Her Ankle Foleys Honey and Tar gives quick A R of the most community are with Mrs Mitchell in Miss Mary Ryan one and positive relief in all cast a Fisher Oovrportaj R A Shellman efficient employes of the Nbws office her bereavement Stephenbport E A Witt Ilardinsburg spralued her ankle in coming down the to Klni1 ft Haw Wr Bou stairs of her home Friday night The JStut thd Tu Cum Coaitlpittlon Voraver Injury was quite painful and has laid he Take CulcuraU Candy Cthartla 10a or Ha If Q 0 0 all to oure refund towy up or a few days Minor Compton and Jisper Horeeley Will 5ave the Lower River Bank and sold live hogsheads of burlpy at Jiuis Wharf ville last week at 860 750 6 40 4 and 2 75 Bowmers Son-ln-La- w Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Brig Gen of Vols Lieut Col 7th U S Inf IleadquarterH First Separate Brigade Second Corp Camp Shipp Anuiston Ala Jan 12 1VJ1 Lieut Col Divid K Murray Fourth Kentucky Vounteer Infantry Dkak Colonul As the order to mus ter out tho Fourth Kentucky will soon terminate official relations 1 tnko pleas Â¬ ure in bearing testimony to your merits as un officer and to your efforts to im provo tho discipline and efficiency of tho regiment especially at times whenyou have been in command of it Tho muster out of tho regimunt is a matter of regret Very truly yours to me Royai T Fkank Brig Gen U S V Commanding At his last visit to the white house Col Colson was very cordially received by the presidiit who took occasion dur ing the interview to give high praise to tho Fourth Kentucky and to express his regret that it would be necessary for the government to dispense with Its services Your regiment happened to belong to said the a corps which was disbauded Had it belonged to the oth president er corps you would have gone to Cuba President McKinley praised tho Ken tucky boys highly to Colonel Colson You and your regiment havo dono your duty I havo heard nothing but tho very best of tho regiment and you havo dno your whole duty were tho words tho Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A peculiarly distressing accident that resulted in the death of the infant child of Mr and Mrs Sam Hnrdesty occurred between Brandenburg and Weldou Sun Â¬ day Sam and Alex Hardest with their families were driving from lUandenburg to Weldon where they were to take tho train to the Indian Territory As the day was cold and tho trip n severe ono the infant child of Mr nnd Mrs Sam Hardest was wrapped tightly in u blanket When Weldon was reached the cover- Â¬ ing was removed and it was found that tho child had smothered Tho babe was their first and only child nnd the criuf of tho mother when she discovered her los9 was awful VETERAN HORSES Two of the Oldest in ADDITIONAL LOCAL Ask your grocer for Old Glory Hour Mish Dell 1eland of Stanford Kyis vieitiug Miss Kate Oglesby Joe Kobortsonof McFall Mo who has been visiting friends at Lodlburg started fjr home yesterday He was accom panied by Cash Basham nnd GT Bruce of Lodiburg who will make their future home at McFall While here Mr Robertson lost his wife Â¬ Â¬ Hunting Votes Hon Gus Richardson started out on his canvass of the state Monday in the interest of his candidacy for the state treasurerslup He feels confident of suc Â¬ cess and siys that hu will make a strong llirlit for the plum you wbf thrr joa rontlno norTcklllllitrloUaicii habit H remove ttiu dislre for tobtn o wlUiffTr m out nervous illmcM iucl Pico- WUzZ tine punnet the blood II the County Are it rritf with Dead Old Abe and Old Steve tho two oldest horses in Breckenridge county nro dead Both were veteran livery horses and 0 years ago wore tho pride of tho Miller it Hovius livery stable Old Abo was lowd and honored by all who knew him Ho was kind nnd and lived to tho ripe old ago of 30 years He merits choice pasturire in the equine heaven as does his gray haired lif j long companion Od Steve iltoM 400000 P101 tronJfl LPjVOTO lIACIrcm llur JJj nilpockttaB fl own drufrclt who Tm ijour f rm Take It with ouch iCall r4MjH patlrntlrrerilitentlj -- rcvfn ftorrs loit nianhooilJrjea I M Mi ill In In I IU ii -- JflI LuoOboiet Jifro in j in thiMB HH BBk ZKkNTL Nil nurnntprdtocureorworefunilinoner EA boitl tuuallr cured boieiM BHPCl BVa will -- wlll One BMruif RjCelCaUtfaleJIIeri 4 I WHEN DOES YOUR SUK SCKI PTION TO TJ I E NEWS lAllKIV ATTENTION FARMERS Remember we are always in the lead with lowest prices and have the largest stock of Â¬ 1 prrsidenteaid Qiestioncd In regud to the probablity of inoru regiments beiui sent to the Northern White Oats Northern Black Oats Timothy Red Top Glover and Blue Grabs PhilliptneB President McKinley Baid I will send no moro volunteers to tho Philllpines Col CjIsou returned yesterday from Washington A FERTILIZERS Gar Load of Tobacco and Corn Grower Â¬ HRS If UIIVI g 250000 Â¬ The Leading Specialists Gf America 20 YEARS IN OHIO GUPED lf lygllll ra - IMPLEMENTS Oliver Chill and Plows of Every Description Corn Planters holh check rowers and one horse drills Browns and Moline Parallel Steel Beam Cultivators both riding and walking One horse Five Tooth Cultivators One and Two horse Tooth and Disk Harrows McCormick Binders and Mowers and Steel Hay Rakes Stalk Gutters and Sulky Plows In fact Anything in the Implement Line Â¬ Â¬ WECURE EMISSIONS Nothing can Im tmro demoralizing to young or niMdle npul men than tlio irc 1 hey enco of theio lUKlitly luww liroiluco weakness iicrvousiiotP a fcullnif of dUgciM iuhI n nolo trnin of fyiiiptomi inurrlcil iliey unfit it man for lulut Ito mutter Ufa mid social linpilnefg hetlier caused by evil liabltrf in youth natural woaknemor ccxunl oxcvecn our Kew Method Jrcntment will lucltlvcly curojou Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ NO CURE Header NO PAY nn need help Durly nliuru nr later txtcui limy huio weakened Vou lxoure mny hmo UlrcnMil jolt lull nro not fafo till rurcd Our New Method will euro you YourunnoiUk You nro pale fecblo and luiBiriud ncrwiu irtltnlilo mid ex citable Yn I bocoma forirvlfut moron bliitchea and iiiuuilm und deHiudent Kiinluii ctfl wrinkled fine ftooidnir form and ilnwiicit pouuteiiauco lovi ul thobllshtif mroil tence REPAIRS FOR ALL KINDS OF HARVESTING MACHINERY Do not put off what you wish in ttepairs Give us your order so when you need the machine it will be ready to go Â¬ 250000 Young trim CURED Â¬ WE CURE VARICOCELE b No i QUARTER LEATHER TOP BUGGY A BUGGIES - euro It Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tlielr normal condition and hence tlo ccxinil oritrnn rccvivo proper nourUh J hu oriruui boenma ltaluod all meut ilmlm or Iobcj cmuo mid timintum No tewporuiy iininly ikiium return In nent but a permanent euro mmurud NO OPIIHA- NO PAY NO ClKH FiY Ni TiDN ni ii IlON IUUM WtilNE- ni iimIit li i rerloif your cnno may Iihw Innioiu mny lime hnd It our BEAUTY miuuii imatmint win return t Tho wormy cln 40 It will 5 Other Jobs Surreys Etc and a beauty pay you Each a bargain Dont fail to come and look before buying ditin Â¬ J GURES GUARANTEED uiieT iurMiuN Wo treat und euro Â¬ hlltllllllli NAI LOrtStA N1Y dlivnic IllAUDKll AND niiinisMi DKIIl SYPIIlllN Tobacco Canvas tiuatmknt 122 hooka nihil ciiahuks If unable tu rail vrrlto MOHKIIATK for a Ull Kl IO N llhANK for llOMi imhr CONHULTATION lc yard and up OAfiEOaClXA Kennedys Kergan rre ADDISON dulU mwwx t - W FOURTH ST CINCINNATI O k DICK duLu ADDISON KENTUCKY LETTERS FROM THE PEOPLE They Make Suggestions That May Secure Good Roads Tho following letters were received at this office this week contain suggestions on tho road question that may bo of vnluo IIaunkd Jan 27 I Political Pointers TT j m 5 This Space Belongs to the The Glnsgow News declares unequivocally for Hardin for governor Â¬ Tho Senate has unanimously Agreed to tako a vote on the peaco treaty February II 000 at 1 1 m Eclipse Grocery Company Hardinsburg Kentucky t Senator Stewart was re elected in Ne Â¬ vada after a lorg strugglo Jack Chlnn 000 dldit Thoy The democratic railroad 000 commission- Â¬ ers convention in tho First District will be held at Padncab March 8 am taalliB n1 11 discuBsod in every nook and corner in This question is one of thia section primary importance and is agitating tbe minds of the taxpayers Mr Editor you gaye an invitation to any who wanted to suggest or discuss a plan for tho betterment of tho roads to do bo through tbe columns of tbe News While I am not capable of either part of the proposition 1 will give some of tbe suggestions that are afloat In tbo first place we notice tbe magis- tiates are being censured and abused Is evon those who used the machine thia rijjht Tbo court was conscientious in levying tho tax although it did not meet with the approbation of every one No one will deny that a graded road is the proper road provided it Is graded so as to drain the water from the center in Â¬ stead of retaining it in tho road vthiih is now the fault It is claimed hounvor that this will be remedied noxt oar Some are complaining that the money has been unequally distributed the work unfairly done that some localities have been more highly favored than others This knotty problem is in sight and tho Court has the power to rescind thia ac tion if thoy think It proper lo do so 1 am opposed to taxation uuless absolutely necessary I was opposed to a railroad Your tax is tax Somebody may say a small amount you have no need to bu cutting up That makes no difference Those who pay should bo protected and the apportionment made in such a man Â¬ ner as would bring tbe best results The following are some the suggestions that have been made That there be two road commissioners elected aud that the county judge have jurisdiction That one overseer bo given four times tho amount of road he now has and to allow him to let tbo work to Uiosh who wished to pay their tax by labor while those who prefer to pay tho money bo allowed to do so Then let tho overseer use this money for tho benefit of the Tho overseer should bo liberally road recompensed for his labor Another suggestion is that posts bo planted along the sides of tbo road and frame and roof bo built oyer it Some think this a good plan Tho oldest inhabitants tell us that never have they seen as much rain snow and freezing as we have had this winter nor has it heguti so early These things go to make up bad road fWl m1 rnh Thoy would be the Gen John B Castleman haa been hon- Â¬ working n fBTOr thD8 and W0 convicts and grading the roads high and orably discharged from tho volunteer wide then roll them then metal them army to dato from February 20 and secure them if only one hundred The Senato decided to consider the yards at a time Take the worst places peaco treaty behind closed doors Tha TWO PllOMtNKNT ClTtZESS first question was warmly debated for three hours Bewikyviilk Jav 27 In answer to your call for suggestions Capt W II Lyons formerly private iu regard to roads will cay let each magsecretary to Senator Deboe has been ap Â¬ isterial district purchase one or more rock crushers Locate thm in places pointed a olerk In the war department convenient to good stone and bad roads Hon Wto Unebel has resigned from Let them be run by traction engines which can bo hired for i CO to S3 00 per the demooralte State central oaonnitteer day with driver Farmers and others in ol which ho wth a numbsT from the the neighborhood can be employe to State at target 0 t ft got stone to inaclrno and tbtn Fprrad lit war Kx Goveruor C A Culberson on the roads Let the county employ air engineer and tlun lm him havo full elected by acclamation by the Texas leg charge of all rock work Jlpjiti by mac Â¬ islature as Uuited States Seimtor to sliadamizing tho woiftt jtiacRS and then let ces ItigerQ Mills the iool work ountinu till walavogoid 1 lie National cmventton of manufac roads all ovor tho county I have for turers at Uurinnattl adopted a resoluyearn been an advocate ol w rklng con vietnon public roads and think we should tion most earnestly petitioning the Son require our next laudldatts for legisla ate to ratify the treaty of peaco with ture to pledge themselves to this meas Spain ure before they secure our votes Tho Ex P M General W L Wilson de trouble with our graded roads is that they wero not thrown up high enough nies the interview which make him say and thtn but few culverts wero put in so he vrted for McKinley asserting that be that tho first rains leveled them out and voted for Palmer and Buckner the water was left iu the roads Ditchs should bo at least three feet deep on Paul Cooksey of Bowling Green lias each sido and culverts put in at once to been appointed Senator Lindsays secre Â¬ W H Cuv Jr let water oil tary James 0 Ei wards of Uussellville who has held the placs for several years nas resigned He Is in ill health and A Frightful Blander will go to Florida Will often cause a horrible Burn Scald Cut or Bruise Bucklens Arnica Salve Ex Mayor Todd of Louisville lias had the best in tho world will kill the pain and promutly heal it Cures Old Sores Tohn T Tribole chairmau of the Clark Fever Sores Ulcers Boils Felons Corns county republican committee indicted Best 1ilo Curo ou for criminal libel for making an a 111 lavit all Skin Eruptions earth Only -- 3 cents a box Cure guar Â¬ to In used in tbe Evans Turner contest that he heard TodJ sny that he was anteed Sold by Short llaynts working Kg dnBtEransand that although McKinley and the administration were SAVAGES ORGIE working for Evans he would be de Â¬ feated Was Held While They Ate Tho Crew of Mr S A Fackler Editor of theMIcan theManbare opy Fla Hustler with his wife end Vancouver B C Jan 27 News from children suffered terribly with La Griupe Sydney says that tho crew of tho Man OneMinute Cough Cure was the only that helped them It acted bare wero eaten by cannibals of Now remedy Guinea after haying saved themselves quickly Thousands ol othein use this off remedy as a specific for Li Grippe and from the hurricane in December of tho twelve Jesae its exhausting after effects Short Cape Nelson One Greene escaped He says the savages Haynes nee toc entailers 000 t WATCH FOR THE OPENING I Cheap Goods TERMS STRICTLY CASH 000 000 u A 1 T W F Ffl Fresh Goods Select Stock Free Delivery to Any of The City IPCET t t t Part t W S JSEEEEigEEB PROPHET HICKS Predicts Some Very Stormy Weather For February Sudden and Dangerous Overflows Last of The Month The ijpfTi E32222323g i32E3EM SMMl 000 People are Making Fistfulls of Money Â¬ at Irvington 000 regular storm period tho last days f Â¬ January will be closing about February hence storm conditions will be disap pearing toward the Atlantic and cold fair weather will lie following on from Oa and western and cential sections touching the 4th and 5th barometer will fall it will grow warmer and rain and stiOA will visit most parts of tbo couutry Moon will stand at extrema ssuth point on the 5th caubirg drift of polar winds southward and pioduclng sharp cold over much of tho ountry behind the reactionary storms due about lth and 5th During tho Vulcan storm period cen tral ou the 9th moon will come nearest to us on the 8th will be new or in conjunction with tho suu on tho 10h and on tho celestial equator on the 11th Look for cbauge to very much warmer as this period progresses witti barometer falling very low in wide sections of the west aud about tho Hlili to 1Jtti inclus Â¬ ive be prepared for general und heavy Lightning and thuudur with storms visit all regioue wind and much rain v southward these conditions turning to enow north and west all being followed by a general cold wave au storm condi tions move out of tho way to eastward The great west should bo on tho alert foritho cold wave early in the period About tbe 14th to lGth tho cold will moderate and a general return to reac tionary storm conditions may be expect Â¬ edthat is warmer weather falling barometer and general tendency to re newed raiu and enow will return The chief facts to keep in mind in all the Venus disturbauces this mouth are that very warm springlike weather is apt to change very suddenly into blizzirdous gles and dangerous cold Another very marked storm period will bo central ou the 21st with moon at her auogee on same date This period extends from the 19h to 23rd aud vill feel tbo force of Mercury Venus and Earths vernal equinox Many severe disturbances and much extremely dis agreeable weather may be counted on at this time and throughout tho remainder During the Mercury per- Â¬ of the month iod which is central ou the LGtb and ex Â¬ tends from the LMst into March some o the heaviest sleet storms of the whole winter may be expected Tne griattst disturbance during the Mercury period will fall on and about tho lit to 3 and 20to2flth Many sections will be visit od by sweeping wind and rain storm while northern and northwestern regioni will most likely feel some of the winters Another most probable worst blizzards source of loss and danger against which we would warn tho public is the fact that heavy Venus rains are likely to rush into valleys and water courses obstructed by ice coigis thereby causing sudden and dangerous votilows and lhods All who nro so situated as to be specially exposed to such probable dis Â¬ asters should bo ready with every rea sonablo precaution to save their effects aud themselves iu caso of danger Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 000 Ever since the MONEY RAISING SALE has been going ou at Browns Store people have been crowding there to get the advantage of the Â¬ 000 20 Per Gent Discount People who buy 1 worth of goods get 20 cents back People that buy 5 worth get 1 back People that buy 20 worth get 5 back This discount is made on all classes of goods except Groceries off regular prices 000 It Is a Money Raising Sale Por the dealer and a Money Making Sale for the customer Go there to buy goods and see how much tne sale will save you Remember its at w The News Up M1 II E BROWNS IRVINGTON KY M WT 27 Hawkins Smith in your last is ue says rnwxvviiu Jan that in the Custer and Garfield neighbor hood the highways are bad Ho stys Every La Grippe is again epidemic however that there is a marked differ Â¬ precaution should be taken to avoid it ence between tho roads that have been Its specific euro is One Minute Cough graded with machines and thosp that Cure A J Sheperd Publisher AgriCoughed 25 Years were not the tnaded roads bcitj better cultural Journal aud Advertiser Elden I suffered for 2o years with a cough vicinNow allow me to kiv that in this Mo siyii No ono will bo disappoint Â¬ ity tho road1 that were grndrJ with ma ed iu using Ono Minute Cough Cure for and spent hundreds of dollars with doc tors aud for medicine to no avail until I chines arc vrry muih vsorw at present L i Grippe Plcaoaut to tak iiuiek to This usd Dr Bells end takes longer to dry off mud deeper Haynes uii Short remedy makes weak lungs strong I If they wen graded up again in Un has saved my life J B Rosell Grants spring it may bo of permanent good One Minute Cough Cure cures burg 111 That l what It wis mJ fir hereafter Yes Mr Editor we think wo Â¬ Â¬ beheaded tortured tho eleven other them put their bodies hi a big kettle aud had a great orgie and feast He walked a day aud a night to the coast and was eaved by a passing vessel His hair has turned white At Hawesville The lines of tbe Cumberland Tele- Â¬ phone Company have been completed from Owousboro to Hawesville and the exchangi at the Intter place is at Patter Â¬ sons drug store It is thought that tho company will immediately push on to Cloverport aud thnt the line will be in operation hereby the middle of March SgS2SdB to Date ITtn tbo appellate court held that a contract providing against the liability of a rai road for loss of gods transferred to an other railroad is apatnet public policy and therefore void -- For Sale or Trade Â¬ A Four Room Cottage Â¬ y WOMAN LOVELY WOMAN DO YOU WANT A 4000 FREE OF CHARGE 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 The more with every dollars worth of goods purchased in our store you buy the more chances you have to guess TRY TO GET THAT STOVE CALL AT TUE STORE AND INSPECT IT TEAFF HOBEN KEi2racrasr- 7i mux ijifihia John C Gee r tbe rattlesnake man Spencer county fiscal court ro of Port Jervis N J diid the other day The Clifton Mills Ky duced the tax levy from 1GJ cents on tho iu his 93th year H nee early manhood J M FITCH ho has made a business of catching 5100 to 12J cents rattlesnakes for menagerie managers EJacato Vcur Dowels AVlth Cnscarota AG Hull committed suicide near CnnJy Csithartlc euro constipation forever 10c 25c If C C C fall drucRlsts refund money Cutler on the K C by throwing him Weak Eyes Are Made Strong Sff in front of a train dim vision made Iear styes removed HAD TO MOVE Fred Henson shot his couiin Charles and granulated lids or sjre eyes of any Â¬ iknson to death in Elliott county be kind speedily and effectually cured by Eye Beoause Tho Well Could Not Be Divided the use of Sutherlands cause of a slg it uiisuuderstAiidirg Salve Its put up in tubes aud sold on In Halves George Aldrich and son were attacked a guarantee by all good druggists by crows while hunting In Webster EMMETT CATE Monday was the regular term of coun- Â¬ county and both considerably injured ty court says the Hawesville Clarion Rapids Thomas Hawley of Grand Mich killed himself rather than face Reported tu Have Been In Henderson There were a number of matters before the court the most important being the bis wifa to whom he had been untrue Thursday dlvibou of real estate among the heirs of Kid McCoy now claims that his de Â¬ Ike Lee Sr colored Tbo Leo cose has feat at tho hands of Sharkey was due to It was reported at police headquarters a history both in and out of oourt with tho tact that he was trained down too at Henderson Friday night that Emmett which some of our readers ate famllar flue Gate was in the city and that he bad The property was a lot in the lower end Mack II Pery a 14 year old boy was been seen and recognized by several of town on which there was- - a double sentenced at Campton Wolfe county to parties Cate recently escapea from tbe house with chimney in the middle own- Â¬ two years imprisonment for killing un jail at JefTersouville Ind where he has ed and occupied by Ike and Mack Lee been coutlned pending Its trial on the Mack died some time ago and his wife other boy Duul Tuliiirro Silt nml Smoke Your I IPu Atur charge of bigamy Cate is au Ohio coun- Â¬ married again The two families ai thus To quit tolmtco ouslly uiul forover li inas Robert Parker a farmer residing near ty man who is wanted at Jeflersonville constituted could not agree together and netlc lull ir lio nervo iuhI vlkor talio tho wnmlcr worker Unit nmlccs ucnlt men Kokomo Ind slipped into a barrel of forblgjmy it was decided to cut tho house in two strong All druggists COc or tl Curo guaran scalding water while killing hogs aud and each family move its half on the Address teed Iloaldct inul Bamplo free was boiled to death Sterling Iiemedy Co Chicago or New York Are you restless at night and harassed outer line of the lotand divide the brick Use BALLARDS in the chimney Everything went right J Alfred Bodine president of a great by a bad cough COUNTY JUDGES WARNED Jersey glass company dropped dead IIOREHOUND SYRUP it will Becure until the tax collector came around and New from excitement over the threatened you sound sleep and effect a prompt threatened to sell the whole lot for the Property Owners Must Sign Assessors strike of 11000 employes and radical cure Price 25 cents aud 60 tar due by one of the owners Suit for cents A It Fisher division was thou filed and progressed Schedules The ice bridge in the gorge in Niagara until the parties discovered that the well river broke loose while 100 persona were could not be divided and moved Coal Mine In Ohio County State Auditor 8 II Stone is Bending ou it After a mad race for lifo all man Â¬ F O CoiTnan W F Coffman Wm out notices to county Judges warning aged to reach the shore in safety Children who are troubled with Worm Ojler W S Iruunels and II M Eng- Â¬ them not to certify assessors fees until John and Robert Smith brothers tin lish filed articles of incorporation of the are pale in the face fretful by spells rest tho schedules properly signed by tbo iMued in a fiuht at Chllllcotlie O In lamestown Coal company with the court less in sleep have blue rings around property owners arc filed in tho clerkn which both were fatally injured A ty clerk Wednesday The capital stbek their eyes brd dreams variable appetite office and the county equalization board quarrel between their wives caused tho is 13000 The Jamestown coal mines and pick tho nose WHITES CREAM has in ado its report It has been dis- Â¬ trouble are located ou Green river botweon VERMIFUGE will kill and expel these covered that in counties tho assessors haye not been filling out the schedules John Maxwell the Chicago newspaper Point Pleasant and Llvormore in onq of parasites Price 25 cents A R Fisher and having them signed by the owner man received a verdict in his favor for tbe finest coal fields in Western KenFruit Crop All Right 10000 against Nat O Goodwin tho tucky of tho property assessed as required by Judge Woolfolk who is one of the law aud thus allowed thousands of dol actor for iufringeraeut on the play Congress lara worth of property to escape taxa- Â¬ Frequently accidents occur in the bast posted horticulturist in Meade household wiiich cause burns cuts county predicts a good fruit crop- this tion J J Hunt a farmer living near Morn- Â¬ year He says that the peach and apple ing View Fayette county laid down on sprains and bruises For use in such crops haye not yet been injured by the That Throbbing Headacha the track in front of a K C train and cases BALLARDS BNOW LINIMFNT Would quickly leave you if you used was Instantly killed No cause is known libs for mauy years been the cotmnnt climate conditions of the wlntor Dr Kings New Life rills Thousands of for the deed favorite family remedy Price 25 eta AShortSadltory BufTerera havo proved their matchless and 50 cts A R Fisher Eu route from Buenos Ayres to Genoa A Cold Neglect Pneumonia Grief merit for Rick and Nervous Headaches an Italian woman threw tier tiiree chilStock Getting Scarce Had Foleys Honey and Tarbeen UBed They make pure blood aud strong nerves Easy to take dren into the sea and committed suicide and build up your health RobhiBon Brothers shipped a carload this story would have had a happier end Try them Only 25 eta Mouey back Her husband and daughter followed her of hogs from Qlendeana to the Louisville ing A RFisheri Cloverport j R A E A Witt if not cured Waynes example the next day Sold by Short market last week They report stock to 8hellmanStepheuopoit Hardlusburg Druggists a decision In a Brllard county cos be a it ting rather scarce In the county Iu wT iki with live acres of ground orchard vine Â¬ yard and other small fruits A good lo- Â¬ cation for backnilb Also a good shop for sale WJl trada for land Call on or address Ke e Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ fp f v f n fr jthf p - kVVI r Digger ilan Than Alfjer An incident at tho War Department A Bptro man tnlt nnd Btooplnghls pallid face pointed by a gray imperial hiaoyia sunken and wearirg a weary expression steps rom his carrlago into the lower corri lor by tho basement door A great clapping of bauds and three stnlwait mess mgorn mako n football rush for tho small push button at the nleyator door The bell In tho elevator tinkles three times and tho car drops Bpeedlly dowa Tho spare msn gots in to tho basement followed by a civilian and tho car rapid ly nil ends to tho second Ihor Tho tall spare man alights and tho elevator con ductor turns upjn tho other passonger nnd rsks Do you know who that was Nope N Why that was tho Secretary of War You Bhould have waited until the next Â¬ Â¬ DARK EYED Flirt With Uncle Sams Boys Blue in Porto Rico A How to Find Out Fill a bottlo or n common glass with your water nnd let it stand twenty four hours j n sediment or Bettllng Indicates nu unhealthy condition of the kidneys if it stains your linen it is evidence of In kidney trouble too frequent tlfBlro to paw It or pain In the back is also con- Â¬ vincing proof that tho kidneys nnd blad Â¬ der nro out of order WIIATTO 110 TOBACCO BEAUTIES MONOPOLY How the Regie Tobacco Contract System Affects the Mar- Â¬ ket Wanted TONS HOCK FODDER 5000 TONS CORN STALKS Soldier Boy Writes ot the Sunny Side of Barrack Life trip Nice line Clothing 289 to to S350 Fine Tailor Made Well Im Mia You dont Bay Gaines from Texas and am here to col- Â¬ lect money that the Uovetnmont owts feeding soldiers Thats moto me than bo did and If he dont like my company ho can wait 1 lr 400 8 750 1250 1 Harvels ol a Graphopbone Oro of tho wonders of thu ond of the Extra fine TuilorMado fancy silk and satin lining to l century is the home Graphopbone Mint will reproduce any kind of music ornuy BOiiii1 One can arrange a full program of tho most attractive band orchestral r vocal music and vary it every evening On the Graphopbone one can record the human voice or any sound and reproduce it at once You can keep the voices of your friends to be beard whenever you wish Grapbophones made for home entertainment can bo bought as low s 0 to the 10 Write for catalogue No 111 CoiUMiiiA PiioNomtAiii Co Ieuraylvania Ave Washington 1 O An Oysters Age It is bb easy to tell the age of an oyster said a South London dealer t a it is to tell to age of a horse You toil them both by their teeth The lines in the groove of the hiupj of the shell tell the whole story cacti line representing a year An oyster fa of ag j at four years that Is hu is old nuougb to vote take care of a family uud Going to market in it dh go to market astroud undertaking for a four year old ovstir Is particularly palatable tty this it must not be supposed tbit after an oyster has passed the four hiyi r peril I and has live six or even wrinkles on his shell ho is n back num ber Indeed there are records of oj utotB being eaten just after celebrating thwr thirtieth birthday and in most cais London they formed a delicious meal 49c to 1000 to 10 Extra nice Jackets in Astrieaus Beaver cloth utrictly tailor made 500 250 Strictly Tailor Made Broad Cloth and Cheviot Jacket to 500 tu Â¬ k 4 Yeakcl xvy k j 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE Mail sruuuuuuuig It is a mat comn on eery day ccugh mixture oui remedy lor all the troublesome and datious aomplnations resulting from a cold in the hi a 1 throat chest or lungs Sold for 95 ct Dr Bulls Cough Syrup is not a Tho following letter from Theodore G Moseley to bis mother at Irvlngton Is quite interesting Theodore is in the United States Army and Is stationed at Barceloueta Porto Rico Speaking of soldier life and tho tropin Island which ho is now belplr g to guard ho says I have just read in the Courier-Journa- l of the reception toudered the Legion boys on their arrival in Louisville nnd bow they wore feasted on turkey quail cranberries oystors etc after baying lived so long on bard tack bacon and black coffee In Porto Rico Now let mo tell you we eat no hard tnck and bacon unless wo prefer It as we exchange with the native merchants same for light bread aud fresh beet We have a large kitchen in tho bar- Â¬ racks a good cook and an abundance of wholesome food roast beef steak pota- Â¬ hominy toes beans onions bash canned tomatoes egga twice a week rice light bread and milk for coffee The latter is the finest I ever drank Will take n sample of It when I go homo The natives furnish us all the freeh fruits we need free of charge Wo have oranges to play ball with Six large turkoyi are biing prepared for dinner tomorrow Cbri8uia The natives aru celebrating L Beuna They bay Nocbe the Good Nig t an instrument fashioned afterour guitar and n gourd on which they beat with a piece of wire The music or noise id grating Tho girls dnuco iwnutifilly There aro pome Spanish girls across the struct who nro very anxious to make a strike on some of our boys aud not being able to cpaak Engliali they will drrsri iu gaudy colors ami promenade tho veran tlaliB for a while then go in and come out pgtin in a few minutes witi an en- Â¬ tirely dillurent outlit until they have dlxplnyod their entire wardrobe when tJwy will retire for the day You nnk me to locate Barceloneta I Riti lC0il miles southeast of New York and 1000 miles east of Havana It takes six dajsto sail to New York and five daB to Havana The Philippines are directly west of Saulrancisco To go there from here we would go arouud South America up to HonoluluIIawaiiau Islands and thence straight across to AM a There is comfort in tho knowledge bo Klllmeis ofton expressed that Dr Swamp Kiot the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish In curing rheumatism pain in tho back kidneys liver blad Â¬ der and ever part of tho urinary passages It corrects inability to hold water nnd scalding pain in passln It or bad effects following use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during tho day and to get up many times dur- Â¬ ing the night tho mild nnd extraor- Â¬ dinary offset of Swnmp Itoot 1b soon real zhI It stands tiio highest for its wonderful cures of tho moat dlstres cases If you need n mediciuo you should have the best At druggists fifty centa or one dollar You may havo a samplo bottlo and n book that tells more about it botli sent absolutely frco by mall If you Bend your addrPBa to Dr Kilmer it Co Blng hainton New York When writirg be sure nnd mention that you rend this gonerous ollVr in the FnECKKNiuiE Nkws Congressman Clardy Trying Hard to Secure Open Markets 10000 Some Uig Pensions Lare p tnsions m wpI as F mall oacs paid nftur a war The littlo ottos look very little whoa plaol lrMd tho big ones Mrs Grant and Mr GarliW of JfiurlO a yoar Mrs r cuivo night IncUiling Sliurblau has 250U Mrs John V Fremont Mrs Logan ami Mrs Gtwrg 15 McCIellan receive 1000 1J00 a year a yoar and i receive Among these are tho Widows of Gen N P Banks John B Corse Wnlter J Gfcsham George A Custer Gen Double day Gen Uartranft Gen Robert Ander Â¬ son Gen Casey Gen Gibbon Gen Kllpatrlck Gen Mower Gen Paul Gen Iticketts Gen Warren Gen Rousseau and Admiral Wilkes Among tho dis tinguished pensioners who teceive pen sions of 100 a month are John A Mc inut bo ptios Â¬ Â¬ demand and John of Lincoln Nab Illinois John M Thayer of Franz Sigel of New York C Black of Chicago Â¬ Dr Balls Cough Syrup is the reme- dy on which you cm ilrpend for the cure of a giro trailed eolith or lung affections brought on by ex posutc to coM It is the most ixcillcnt meillcino sold A battle costs only a ccts FABULOUS PRICE iJSBliH Anront sending a sketch nnd description maj qulcklr ascertain our opinion free wuether an Communlca Invention U probablrrntentable Handbook on Patents tlons strictly confidential forsecurinRpatonts sent free Oldest asency Co recolvo Patents taken throuch Jlunn jtpttial notlte without chnrgo In tho Paid For a Carnation as a Matter of Sentiment Thomas F Galvin of Boston cold lo Thomas J Liwaon the well known wealthy New York and Boi ton stock broker tho famous Mrp Thomaj J Lawaou carnation for 30000 psrhuis the nigbest price ever paid for such n plant Mr Galvin bad previously had a ioOOO hid from New York and a 150C0 jtler from Chicago Tne purchase prlcj lucludeB the 8000 plants which undtr the terms of the ugreemunt Mr Galvin will continue to care for nnd place on the market Mr Laweon made th purchase as a matter of sentimont in order to pre- Â¬ vent the plaut bearing his wifes name from going to Chicago Trade Marks Designs Copyrights c Scientific American A handsomelr Illustrated weekly lawest 1ejra Terms 3 culatlon of any sclentltlo Journal nowsdenlers year four months L Sold by nil WUNNCo3B1BrMda New York Urancn Offloo 625 V Bt Washington I O JheG0Pi JfB The Ravage of Grip That modern scourge the Grip pols ons the air with its fatal germs bo that no borne is safe from its ravages but multitudes baye found a euro protection against this dangerous malady in Dr Kings Now Discovery When you feel a soreness in your bones and muscle4 nave chills and fever with aore throat pain in the back of tho bead catarrhal symptoms nnd a stubborn cougb you may know that you have the Grip and that you need Dr Kings New Discovery It will promptly cure the worst cough kill the heal the IdII lined membranes disease germs and prevent the urea Jed after effects of tho malady Price 50 eta nnd 1 Money back if not cured A trial bottle free at Short nnd Haynea drug store There will be fine openings here in a few years for young men and I would not niiud returning I have a nice collection of curios which I will tako homo with me when I go I am progressing nicely with my Spanish and can now converse with the Seuorltas on ordinary topics There is no trouble on the island and we are hopeful of returning just as soon as tho War Department has decided to police tho ilaud with natives under United States ofliccrs Were I to attempt a description ot thirl country my pun would fall me Orange banana and cocoannt groves abound and nro very beautiful There are largo fields of cane eight miles in circumference and it grows so thick that one can scarcely penetrate it Knowing your great loo for the beautiful and sublime in nature I often wish that you were boro to enjoy with me the beautiful sunset as it lingers for a moment on the mountains crest then dips into the sea and in a few momenta all is shrouded in darkness only when the moon sheds its soft radiance over mountain and valley SAVED OUR LIFE Coolern a Cucumber is said that Ferdinand W Peck our It Commissioner to tho Paris Exposition is not a man to be disturbed at trifles Dur Â¬ ing his recent sojourn in Paris an excited bell boy woke bim one night by crying that tho hotel was ablazj asked Mr How near is the fire V Peck In this corridor monsieur at No li Well boy this roomB No 10 said the American calmly you may call me again when the fire gets to No IS Dont irritate your lungs with a stub- Â¬ born cough when a pleasant and effecÂ¬ tive remedy may bo found in BAL LARDS HOREHOUIT SYRUP Price Uo cents and T0 cents A R Fisher Religious Creeds According to the Annual Statlcan the religious creeds of the world are divided as follows Buddhista Coufu dabs etc 103000000 Roman Catholics 2 II UOnOeO ProUstauts 115000000 Jowj80090 CrauianK 107 00000 J Mohammedans lo 1000000 cloven hun dred remaining creeds liHonjJ con fessirg to no creed at all 100000000 The same authority fijs thai th ro are in the United States 7 lMOlo Roman Catholics and 11000000 Protestants Â¬ ready to entertain It requires no skill to operate It and reproduce tho music of bands orchestras vocalists or Itvtru mentnl soloists Iherul3 for an evenings entertainment nothing like It Other fo callot talking machines reproduce subjects specially only records of prepared In a laboratory but tho Gntphophona 13 not limited to such rerformances On tho Imphophono you can easily make and Instantly reproduce records of tho voice or any sound Thus it constantly awakens new interest and its charm is ever fresh Tho reproductions aro clear and brilliant Â¬ Â¬ Most fascinating inven tion of tho age Always GraptiepHoDcs are sold or iobpj Dept Manufactured under the ratcnta of Hall Talntrr Ellison and Macdonald Our esabllshmi nt Is hentf qNiirtnn of tho world for lalklng Machines and Talking 3Iacbin Supplies Write for catalogue COLUMBIA PHONOGRAPH CO 30 010 Pennsylvania Avenuo Washington D O New York St Louis Paris Washington Chicago Buffalo Philadelphia Baltimore News Opinions OF National Importance The Sun ALONE CONTAINS BOTH Dally iDally Prison An Maryland will soon have ready for occupancy the most scientifically appointed penitentiary in the United States ifuot in the entire world When finished it will have cost about 11000 000 In the basement is a huge shower bath photograph room barber shop and examination room The third floor will be used as a library reading room aud night school for the prisoners On the fourth fl jorwlll bo the prisoners chapel with gallery for visitors reached by stair- Â¬ ways nnd elevator The prisoners dormitory cells aro constructed of burglar and tool proof steel Â¬ iousness without them I have used Ibem forsoino time for indigestion and biliousness ond am now com lowly cured Iteoommend thorn tanvrry one 8 nco tried you will never bo without them In Eowi A MAUX Albany N Y tho family IIRTS your valuable CASOA- IIirvo listed thorn poifeot Couldnt do and Mud byjajl aofsufday rf by mail - 6 a year The Sunday Sun ia - v- - 8 a year J rurii CANDY CATHARTIC An Honest Medicine for La Grippe Georgo W Waitt of Soutli Gardiner Me says I hnye bad the worst cough Do Not Neglect the Kdneys and cold chills and grip aud havo taken lotn of trash of no account but profit to the Bladder vendor Chamberlains Cough Remedy Disorder of these important organs is the only thing that has done any good causes Brights disease rheumatism pain I have used one 50 cent bot- Â¬ whatever iu the back dropsy and other troubles tle and the chills cold and grip have all Disease sometimes gets a hold upon your manufacturkidneys and bladder before you realize left me I congratulate the For sale by ers of an honest medicine that anything serious is the matter R A Shell A R Fisher Cloverport Often these organs pre neglected until that awful malady Brights disease has man Stephensport fastened upon you and death awaita its Chinese Soldiers Despised Many miraculous cures have victim Soldiers are deeplsed in China They been wrought by a course of treatment belong chlf fly to the coolie classes The with Dr Davis Kidney Tablets These German ollicers engaged Borne time ago tablets aro put up in the shape of a kid Â¬ by tho ObineBeGovernment found that ney bean and tho formula has been pro- Â¬ their most important task was to over- Â¬ nounced by the best physicians of mod Â¬ come the Boldlera own feelings that they ern times to be the most direct in action were a lower order of beings than other on the kidneys of any remedy known to Chinamen medical science You can eat these tab- Â¬ About it There Is No lets as you would candy 8end for free No question indeed with those who booklet on kidney diseases Sold by all druggists or sent on receipt of price have used it but that Foleys Kidney Cure is absolutely reliable for all Kidney 60 centa and 1 and Bladder disease A R Fisher Flrat Weather Prophecy Cloverport R A Shollman Stephens Tho first attempt at scientific forecast port E A Witt Hardlnsburg log of the weather was the result of a The Earths Deepest Hole storm which during tho Crimean War 14 1860 almost destroyed the fleets Nov The deepest hole iu the earth is near of France and England As a storm had Ketschau Germany It is 6735 feet in raged several days earllor in France in- Â¬ depth and is for geological research onvestigations were made which Btiowed ly The drilling was begun in 1SS0- and that tho two wero in reality one storm stopped six years later because tho engi- Â¬ and that its path could have been ascer- Â¬ neers were unable with their Instruments tained and the fl let forewarned In ample to go deeper time to reach safety Coughing Injures and inflames soro To Insure a happy new year keep the lungs One Minute Cough Cure loosens liver clear and tho body vigorous by the cold allays coughing and heals using Do Witts Little Early Risers the quickly The best cougb cure for chil famous little pills for constipation and dren BhortA Haynes liver troubles Short Hayues Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ No ono knows better than tobacco growers of the blighting effect of a gov AND ernment monopdy in the sale of n crop and especially one in bo general use as is the tobacco crop In Europe tobacco ran be sold through the regular channels of trade only iu England and Germany nnd on this account these two countries nre our best customers Tho other great consumers of this crop Italy Franco Spain etc reserve the right to derive an almost extortionate profit Under this system Uiobo nations farm out thu right of Belling tobacco to n syndicate which Thu has eutiro control of the market French government deriven a revenue of 200000000 yearly Spain sells the monop- Â¬ -oly to the highest bidder and Italy dots much the Bnmp American growers cannot sell a pound of tobacco in any of these countries except to holders of tho monopoly and at monopoly prices For many yean Hon J D Clarly of this state who represents a great tobacco growiug district in congress lias endeav Â¬ ored to secure direct hgislatlon from that body bo as to secure n world wide luarkut for this great American staple crop Last yoar ho securnd the passage of a bill ivqucig Uu pritsident to maLo an tigitinn of tho lUfiio to biictt contract system aBl fok by tiatiou with foreign govnrniuentflto hav thu restrictions modified or removed eo that tobacco may hereafter bo eoM upon the same conditions that other agricultural products nie sold throjgh the regular channels of trade With thu Spanish wnr overshadowing the public business the matter was apparently lost sight of but was not for- Â¬ gotten by the wily congressman When I- - the pi y the Spanibb war peace rommissionurs i were appointed he arranged witli the president aud Secretaries Hay aud Wil- Â¬ son that in the consideration of the com- Â¬ anil to liavr Proponptjons Carefully mercial features of tho treaty n proviCoinixniiiiloil anil Filled sion bo ninde that American tobacco be admitted to Spanish ports on the same terms as other rglcultural products This was to bo the first move toward the The place to buy your practical application of the provisions of the Clardy anti Regie tobacco bill as Spain is one of the countries iu which la at the Rig o system provalls The selection of Fancy Groceries ib varied and embrace tho Tho reason why the American peace beat brands tho kind that guarantee purity and honesty commissioners failed to secure n modifl cation of the laws in return for trade privileges to he grant id Spaiu in our new colonics is told by Congressman Clardy Is the place to buy as follows I am sorry to say that iu the efforts ZDr37- to modify or removo this monopoly no As prices aro cut so Iot that in err real results havo yet been obtained It was understood and agreed by tho secre H purcli fo represents money saved to tho customer Every value tary of agriculture and tho secretary of m is an honest value state that in tho treaty with Spain open markets for our export tobacco should ho Bccured But it now seems thu commerThe place to buy cial part of the tieaty was not entered into and is left for future consideration Tho bent promise on this subject is from tho aroused interest and enthus Â¬ Is at iasm now manifested by tho tobacco M as tho stock is extensive and the prices ijiioLd n- so low that growing states When I first introduced this matter and called the attenton of 3 they will asto ihh you congress to it thoro wero not a dozan men in congress who knew these re- Â¬ strictions on the sale of tobacco existed I tho plat to buv Ono representative from Virginin paid to me a few days since that one mau r ow I controlled the prcof tobaico in hiBd trltt aud tho farmerswoiiM bo utterly All the Latest fitvh aro orrie3 riunoJ unltM a change could lrffected Oar agricultural appropriation bill pass Â¬ ed ju3tbiforo the holidays contains an appropriation of 10000 to be uwd in A prosecution of the tobacco investigation from which wo look for good results Â¬ On the Ohio River from Cannelton to Green River Shock Fodder 225 per ton Â¬ Stalks 200 per ton See Local Agent or Write to The Marsden Co Owensboro Ky A PLAIft lrr rir Â¬ Â¬ STATEMENT 0 OF FACTS WITTS Â¬ 3 zocexies WITTS 3 oods WITTS Â¬ n 3T0ti02TLS WITTS WITTS rn Bmw8 JUST Trado Ladies and Gents Furnishing Goods WORD OF ADVICE TABLERS BUCKEYE PiLE ONT MENT is no panacea but is recommend Â¬ ed for Piled only These it will cure Price 60ceutain bottles Tubtp 75 A It Fisher at this storo onco as an oxporimont It will savo you Money Vienna a is Works 1 Municipal gas works are boing erected in Vienna on n tract of about 7 acres The works consist of four holders of U 100 000 cubic feet capacity each n house 760 feet long and 200 feet wide for the inclined retorts and two houses 270 feet long and 05 feet wide for the condensers anl scrubbers besides the smaller struct- Â¬ ure necessary for such a plaut E A WITT HARDINSBURG KY Dangers of the Grip Tho greatest danger from La Grippe 1b of its resulting in pneumonia If reason Â¬ able caro is used however and Cham- Â¬ berlains Cough Remedy taken all dan g ir will be avoided Among the tens of thousands who have used this remedy for la grippe we havo yet to learn of a single case having resulted in pneumo- Â¬ nia which shows conclusively that this remedy is a certain preventive of that dangerous disease It will cure la grippe in less time than any other treatment It Is pleasant and safe to tako For sale by A R Fisher Cloverport R A Shell man Stephensport m mm mm mmm tmn m mmmmjg Cbe I Best flour on 6artb Is niado by tho BATES MILLING COMPANY at Jolly Station Tho two leading brands aro 1 Extra Patent Sea Foam Old Glory Siralght Patent Second Grade At Dinners In Paris At some of the dinner parties given in the best houses in Paris this winter it has been a custom to hand each guest on arrival a card with Pray do uot talk of tho Dreyfus affair written across it This was the only means of insuring calmness and pleasuro for the assembled company Boston Herald 3 S m g Co tkegreatest Sunday Newspaper N In yoADfl UAMH MMMfrfstfO Patience Rewarded O Charlie bow can She pouting you be so cruel Wo have only been married two daja and you are Bcoldlug me already Ie True dearest but Just think bow awfully long hnva waited jforjlie oppor- Â¬ Swallows Both aro mado of fine selected wheat and aro guaranteed to contain no corn filler They are honest brands For nalo at the following places in Breckenridgo county Msltlngly the vorld csjiy FflM5c a ly mil SUN 2 a year svrvfrifBria Plaasant PalatabU Iount Taste Oood aood Now SMa Weaken or dripe lOoc Do Wo gArfdrcM iltd NW Yvk r Otic m7hii4 That Is wkt It vrsui Cough GucrH cWc istMk fer OURE CONSTIPATION iumii rut In Palestine tho swallows are allowed not only the freedom of the bouses and living rooms but of the mocques and tombs where they build their nests and rear their yonng CASTOR I A Per Infants and Children Th9 Kind You Have Always Bought J nninl Klrk Perklni CMoorman Julian Browo E W P Succran Bro Co llardlnburj B F Benrd llarncd C W Iayne Co Rock Vale lEIIIak Coeoer Tar Fork J B Rice call for It ind Oct a Pure 3 Ffotir - cvr wi r an tunity DeWitt5 Witch Hazel Salve Cure PlUi Scalds Ultra Bears the Signature X It U sold In Cloverport by P FRAIZE Tjuuummum IMUUU Ul Ui Ul u u fii- rwirrTrruL MniiiWiiwii iniumi n rrtriFi WHf1 v iJ VHPiPVfBJW fc Breckenridge J D News ud VnprUtn 1 4 V 0 Balltgt Edltori WEDNESDAY FED 1890 fijoYOMj I Current Topics HY MRS 1IATT1E j j GRIKNKLI Picayune in Sundays Courier Did you ever think how few how Very low peo- Â¬ ple are polito and of how impollto we all are Thoughtlessness carelessness and wo dont begin in time with our children EIGHT PAGES Our good roads aro out of eight wan onsumpiion We are sure you do not Nobody wants It But It comes to many thousands every year Itcomcs to those who have had I t t t Harrow and sulTering are potent agencies for good Gods most t t t The present is irredeemably ours The past is irrevocably gono Allen R Garter to Editor Enloe dont cans if you ncbbor comes back I t t t Kind thoughts kind words kind deeds how bright they always shine In our memories Tub something rotten In Denmark seems to havo moved Its location to Lou Â¬ isville Eoans plea of insanity only confirms Miles in his belief that Kgan is mur dorer Tub cold wave followed on tlio heels Was it a coinciof Qoebels speech dence Â¬ coughs and colds until the throat Is raw and the lining membranes of the lungs ore Stop your cough Inflamed when it first appears and you remove the great danger of future trouble t t t womans womanliness liko a Christians Christianity may be taken any where and lose none of its purity A Â¬ Ptof Fiunuol Chillis Mitchell of tho late Dr John A Rroaddus lias sent n letter to each one of the trustees of tho Southern Baptist Theo- Â¬ logical Seminary asking that Dr Whit silt be retained as president of tho Sem Â¬ inary desnito Ids resignation Ho makes a strong plea for a man who dares to think I wonder if Mr Mitchell is tak- Â¬ ing tho Recorder and reading Mr CIuIb Why of course Dr Whltsltt tlou mustnt think and express too son-in-la- Inspiring but ono should bo recogntied as the song of our nation and it would be moro creditable to our patriotism if nil Aniorlcatls knew It and could sing it All without faltering and halting Englikfi men aud women know the words and can sing God Kayo the Queen for thoy only have one national hymn and so with Marseilles Hymn VvLri m II i N VALENTINES 4 MORE OR L A Jt IK 1 I J A LESS COMIC f All persons will Poems copyrighted bo prosecuted who try to And the meter t t t Tho picture of Mrs Hetty Green in last Thursdays Louisville Post recalls nn When this samo amusing incident Mrs Green tho richest woman in the world dies these Grinnell boys will ccmo in for a large share of her fortune Sylvania Howland my husbands great- aunt left an Immense amount to Hetty in trust for the Grlnnoll heirs living at the time of hor death Now for the in cident When my husband was in cor- Â¬ respondence with a lawyer in New Red ford Mass about the will of Mrs How land ho replied ps to inquiries and added Oh sho will live forever for sho is young stingy and ugly as the very old d In looking at her picture and seeing her grasp her reticule of bonds I Yea verily was forced to exclaim 1 a y 1 Â¬ 1 t t Auers Cfoerrg Phesident McKinlkvs frosty attitude toward Agoncillo has made the latter hot Tub fact that Influenza is losing Its grip in this locality is cause for public rejoicing Tiik News Louisvilles new evening paper Is the aftermath of a scoop that j pectoral It stoos couchs of nil kinds docs so because it is a sooth ingandhealingrcmcdyof great power This makes It the great- Â¬ est preventive to consumption died a bornincr Dick Cuockbks penchant for talking would indicate that he Is striving to at tain pugilistic honors It is not whats going to turn up bo much as whats going to be turned down that troubles Mr Goebel Mrs Artik Check eighteen years of age was arretted at Louisville Saturday for bigamy Whats in a nnmo Judob TiioMicov is of the opinion tha Mr Jiuilottl is o the opinion that pub lie oilice is a private snap As iiktwlbn Goebel aud Ilaiilln Ua majority of the people believ Uwfc 1 Watt is the least of two evil Put one of Ayers Cherry Pectoral Plasters over your lungs A Many lovely women aro never called t t t upon to rule over home and children but Take your pleasures gladly but be they live so fair n life so sweet a life sure that they are good innccent pleas- Â¬ that the outsido world never fails to rec ures that will not leave n bitter taste of oguizs their Influence Having ceased to be girls in years they aro still girls in regret heart and can sympathize in a gentle t t t Let us try and remember in this A D tender way Some of the dearest love- Â¬ lSK that he or sho who casts stones at liest friends are thoso who are Hying for nuother makes of him or herself a target others nnd who havo sought or cared t t t for the world and its pleasurles my for their return Hall Calne author of Tho Christian my opposite completely but congenial all t t t ono of the finest books I over read dls- the same Nothing Is so encouraging as ft few t t t approvesof our big American fortunes words of pialse and It is more than ever Bishop Potter eayB all women have Rut ho covers up this fault by numerous desirable when It comes from those who gifts which may be useful and should be compliments to our fair land for exam Â¬ are bound to us by ties of love or kin exercised outside of the brine but here ple he Bays No other nation pays so Loye expressed in words is more satis- Â¬ he adds enters a danjzer of her stepping much attention to the education of its factory out of her natural sphere for her sphere women and in no other country does t f t Is wifehood motherhood sisterhood the woman stand bo high or play so Berious a Ha says there is no country lam liko Mary Anderson IVayarri in ministry of sympathy and love Al part one particular thank gxxlnesal vz right an 1 good for his excellency of a where the higher religious life is so felt 8he often could not rea4l her own writ- - woman ia caled to the hUh eslite of and practiced and that we aro goln Whether your name is Chauncoy or Jim Whether you aro fat bony or slim Whether you belong to tho above aggregation Or to some other human congregation Hell clothe you tho best Will genial John Vest R g wholo Medical Library Free Inr MHO Uiuki H4 fr i4iiU Will In t ni lUtJl liOJtU i tniiy r- oJ - Moillcal Advlco froo Kning of me We luo tlia duslo utTvloon of mint eminent liyl liii 1iuiiuil npjiorIn the United Mato tuultlci ami ioiir riperieiiru imi nnitlr at tliem for p lint ymi mertlcil nrivtcc Write freelr all the VlUIVtYl - lunvu uasii V It ccrtajuly look as though Council man Cimiotti of Louisville in lai8ly indebted to tho couweiene fund The PniLLiriAD problfna could 1 solved wiUi neatuca and dispatch by feediirg the native embalmed beef Cumberland aud Litcher ato two Ken tucky counties in which no Democratic voles were cast in the lnte election Kmron Emol of the Dieuatcli lire senU a living icturu of a man who has been gorrd by the horus of a dilemma A dOODJMUE Commercial says The BxuitkMtUMiL Nuw- - published at Clovorport Ky is ono of the neatest pmwrs fer it cize that ever camo to this olllce Our old friend Ed Goodnight who was with tho X Ray is on the Xlhs stall The Mitchell Ind t 6 t t t t t t c t t t ROADS ROADS - GOOD ROADS Â¬ d Joan W Huadlly gubernatorial boom ftiiiivutivuiiciu i umi is llirting with the Ho is out nith tho H boro Inquirer i8Ui d Sunday was the acme of typography al aul lilrary ex celhmce It rtll C endit upon the enterprise tnst and ability of Editor in great Adams The edition wiI good to Owiiisboro IT WAS AX AUTISTIC G j V The illustrated editii u n te Owens In contributing this article the writ r hopes that his sugges Editor BisncKENRiDiK Mwtions may be of sonic prActic il benefit to the people of this and ndjoinitig counties The value of a good road and the importance of keeping it in good condition in districts where the road trafHc is Ity way of comparison it may be romarked that if seven horses large cannot well be overstated FUilicient to conduct a given trafllc upon a given length of a very dry and smooth road it are will require ten horses to conduct the same trallii upon an equal length of the same road in a inoiei or cry dusty condition sixteen horses if the same be covered with ruts and mud twenty seven horst 5 if it be covered with deep ruts and thick mud An example of probably the best road ever constructed by the hand of man is that of the Ap pian Way built by Appius Claudius twenty two centuries ago and leading from Rome to Capua Italy a distance of 125 miles Sixty generations have passed away and yet a large part of said rivl has resisted the ravages of lime and ia in good condition to day Friends of good roods did you ever pause to think that by far the larger part of the traffic of All the railroads steamships and sailing vessels of the world is carried on our ordinary roads the world do not compare in volume of business to the country roads In this article I shall endeav- Â¬ or to mention but three conditions essential to good roads Fin T GitAiiK In all cases where it is possible the grade should be regulated bv cuts and jut A reduction that reduces Is the way that he induces Teoplo into his store Bargains lie produces New styles introduces And is honest to the core The man at the sign Dont he look fine I Is Manager Cerf of The Fair M W EfijBE 4 ISP o lillr d rul iimu uninio lo a tiii nuiiii good nxorcii roi r Av immivu porus plaster should be spread over Ureckeuridgd county to draw tbe bottoms of the roads iit amr ths sur face and that tho people should give him the fret an mit and tho marble it is is only natural Goubl dribkd as a cold man cnt Those people who ii tryii gtorhar tho ileaiga niul colors uf lln American llg will have their trouble for nothing Theres nothing tho miter with the Old Glory Ftyle and complexion of It was good enough for our fatlrrsa 1 it is good enough for ua larger iu Dcevinb r liW than in th sums month of 1SD7 This is another evidene of prosperity 4 jwr boart Postal receipts were jovj y a xi 2i on a i s The desire of tbe Filipinos to prKripU tato war with the 17 nited States is anoth er cam of fools rushing in where augois fear to tread Â¬ In giving his reasons for rexipilng from the Diinmtch Editor Euloe iuti mt4S that the L A N lailtoad has pur for JJ00O0 Mr Enloe chwetl the evidently is better qualitlwl to givo a ltftituro on Money and Morale than his illutrioiw cDuLemitfliry Ilaury WaUt- - iir 6011 Mrs HnsiiY Smith a Xflw Origans widow four mouths ago quarrelled With William Davis and tried to kill him with to 11 v to arms a shot gun She failed and on saturday married htm Some people may think Its a pity that Louisvilles epidemic that this is another evidence of womans of suicides was not far reaching enough inconsistency but ten to one it is Mrs to take in her politicians aud the majori- Â¬ Smiths peculiar plan of revenge and be Â¬ ty of her newspapers fore she Is through witli him Dvis may wish that she had been more 8ucceul CiiiCAio scientists say that the earth is with the shot gun tetrahedrul in shape instead of au ob BY POIULAlCvOTE late spheroid as lias been heretofore And Boston is green with supposed ULYbK9 Gkant son of General Grant euvy ha been accused of spending large sums of money to secure his election to the A Kasba woman has been found She United States Senate from California guilty of murdering her cook W A Clark of Montana is accused of probably acted on the principle that havintr used a large corruption fund self preservation is the llrst law of to bribe his way iuto the United nature Ugly stories of brib Â¬ States Senate of Dela ery in the legislatures Pub baby republic of the rhilliplncs Washington to secure ware and bo rocked in the cradle does not want to senatorial elections are rampant This of liberty by Uncle Sain Hence the condition of affairs will cease to make necessity for your uncle to administer a tbe United States Senate the most spanking august body in the world Odium in Â¬ stead of honor will be attached to a seat Ik Uslib Sams position iu the Philli pines was as pleasant as his situation in in the Seuate chamber Senators should Porto Rico he would look upon his job should be elected by the people rather of being the boss imperialist as the soft Â¬ than by the legislatures est snap he ever struck One of the products of the late war is Tin the military girl und the young men of the period hope she will never heeituto sir of it Sklond KuiwnvuoN Solidity of foundation is essential In spongy or marshy places no reasonable amount of covering witli dirt will attain the desired end Stone is to be had in superabundance and such paces should be filled with it and spread over with clay or napped limestone Tiiiiti Dhunue Now we come to a most essential element and one most neglected No road can be positively good without drainage and the drainage should be so complete and so much below the plane of the road that not even moisture can penetrate the road laterally Shape the road that water may not flow longitudinally with it but may be thrown off directly pilo tho ditches In this way a road driea very quickly Never work a dirt road late in the fall of the year better in the spring or early summer The Dirt must have time to pack rea on U obvious Incidentally the writer will further say that a most important problem confronts us o are taxed for road purposes and how shall we expend the money to the best advantage I iinpuii tho motive of no one but the cause nilist be attributed to the lack of road knowledge Have o not expended largo amounts of money with but little resultant benefit to the traveling public On this question tho writer would like to hear through the Bhkckknridge News from practical men of our county their views on tho question of the expenditure of our money on tho roads to attain the be t remits with the least outlay of nuney Should we have a County Engineer of Roads or should the County Surveyor by virtue of his oHice have charge of this department But in this cae wc should have t j tako into consideration whether or not the County Surveyor is a practical roud man We know by expurienco that but few Road Overseers in the past have beneOr would it bo practicable to let contracts by the year to fited the roads to any appreciable extent bond to keep a spjeitied length of road in good order with coniptHit neighborhood men under J5 plans and specifications furnished eich c ntrucvir aad subJivido tho road into sections of 0 or 0 miles recording to tho wish or ability of the contractor to maintain it Tho argument i i vry forceful tint it a contractors money depended on tho strict fulfillment Let us hoar and learn of his contract witli tho cjuuty we wimld havo Sood read It L NEWSOM Ky January 151 loOD Clovcrport Â¬ Â¬ By the cut of his whiskers- Youll know this is Bob-- Jolly And to deny that hes popjdar Would be mere folly As merchant or miller Or Senate seal filler He has set himself a very high mark 9 And to bel him his opponent must gat up with the lark 1 9 Hes a rising lawyer now Hes just made his public bow Â¬ j iiiR Â¬ A CUni FOB THE EVIL Emieroii William of Germany was The following news item comes from Kaiser Hilly Anderson Ind forty years old Friday can thank Ids lucky stars that the fool Etta Fisher was granted a divorce in killer has not been tending strictly to the Circuit Court of this county at 5 10 Saturday and proceeded to immediately business duriug the past four decades establish a new lightning marriage rec- Â¬ ord for iudlaua The dec re- - was handed Tub Patteison N J women who cut toiler at 515 She immediately left the off her tongue because she thought her room Four minutes later she had se Â¬ greatest fault was she talked too much cured a license aud at 5J5 she and W and were evidently was of tbe opinion that RothII Kuanp known husband affair wifeÂ¬ ami the are well cre desperate diseases require heroic treat--meated a decided sensation as it was not even surmised she intended to remarry Statisticians who have studied tho diGknkral Euan has been found guilty vorce laws and their results in this coun- Â¬ ol conduct unbecoming a gentleman and try tell us that nineteen out of every a eoldier and is to be dismissed from tho twenty persons petitioning for divorce army He lived in a glass house but did do so for the purpose of marrying some not take the precaution of moving out other and iu twelve cases out of twenty bofore he threw stones the prospective partner has been selected and agreed with before the petition ia Gbxekal Maciab the Spanish com Â¬ filed While the Indiana legislature ia mander at Porto Rico who stole 400000 looking for a remedy for the divorce eyll peooo of trust funds belonging to foreign why not try absolute prohibition of mar- Â¬ life and fire insurance companies seemed riage to any man or woman who has determined that Spanish honor should one been divorced while the other par Â¬ ty in the case b living be maintained at any coat Â¬ wifehood aud motherhood if not let her select a sphere and fill it nobly and with the ministry of sympathy and love a womanly woman will not forget Â¬ t t t her sacred position as a lady ventional manner and unquestioned pur- Â¬ The January tditions of the Musiity along with other attributes In T t t cian and Etude are brimful of beauti Â¬ short he is evidently struck on us There is some danger of Wall street ful selections both vocal and instrumen- Â¬ our brusque speech and our freedom of tal and also tbe most choice reading getting vainglorious tho deals there manner Hall Calnes reception in have been so unprecedented We all matter pertaining to Bubjecta musical America upon both occasions was most know Wall street is not America but cordial t t t The dramatlzitlon of The at the same time the unparalleled Mr Enloe will no longer wield the pen amount of business being done shows Christian has made a hit hence this editorially of the Dispatch Mr Stewart that the country has entered upon an overflow of good will will perhaps be ills successor than era of unexampled prosperity Business whom there could be no wiser choice we know is expanding Money is abund Lung Irritation perhaps for he is fully acquainted witli ant not personally speaking beyond is the forerunner to consumption Dr the in and outs of Kentucky politics even the inflationists hope and every Bells will cure it and dollar of it is sound if you please Some give strength to the lungs that a cough T t T folks would like to cripple the wave but or cold will not settle there Twenty We have all known and read of good five cents at all good druggists it is at high tide actresses pure true women but we are t t t all nevertheless opposed to the life and not one actress whose life or views we A great deal has been said and is still dave Satisfaction have read wished one she loved to fol- Â¬ being said in regard to the ideas and Haynea Bros of Harned sold 120 tons low her footsteps No girl should be no views of Bishop Potter and Bishop Dud- Â¬ of Curries Fertilizer last fall It gave encouraged ley on tho saloon question Both men such fine satisfaction that they have t t t are pure true Christian gentlemen as bought 1450 tons for spring delivery When we listen to anything malicious well as eminent workers in the cause of People who want a great soil builder of one to the discussing of a womans good and right What they may have should seo them befoie buying fertilizers weakness to remuin silent we are re Â¬ said has been for a good purpose in some elsewhere minded of Benjamin Franklins great way Do away witii saloons aud put a words as we must accouut for every resort of a different kind in their places No one idle word so must we for every idle is what all Christians want silence for silence means consent to could believe either minister would con Â¬ done any evil they have both labored an assertion Pills too long in Ilia vineyard and have done in malarial districts t t too much for the elevation and for the are indispensiblc they keep the The British public is slowly realizing the tremendous commercial advancement uplifting of tho human family system in perfect order and are of the United States The pendulum ia 1 f swinging this way and we are in for an While we as a nation are unusually era of prosperity A panic ia predicted patriotic and rather uplllted over recent for sick headache indigestion for Wall street bat Europe is just a little acquisitions into whose borders we will Â¬ enterprise upset over American introduce our patriotic airs let ua not malaria torpid liver constipar t t tion and all bilious diseases have three national songs but one America The Star Spanned Banner Is polite society polite was really the beet out taken from the New Orleans and The Red White and Blue are all Â¬ Â¬ Pine-Tar-Hon- becauso of an impatience to put down quickly what she had to say Mine is often illegible from the Batne reason And you can bet your optics He is slick at politics And to tho insides is no eigner back to early Christian ideals He love our men because of their chivalrous The same Mug Severs cow treatment of women He loves our oner women because of their frank uncon- 9 for- Â¬ cor- Â¬ - You aro wedded to your pipo And of smokers youre a typo James Skillman You sit and puff all day Scheming how to make law pay James Skillman But your wisdom is quite ripo Is not biunted with your pipe James Skillman Dont mind what we say Smoke your pipe of cob or clay James Skillman And well bo over to borrow tobac- Â¬ co and a match and smoke witli you to morrow old man This littlo boy 1 filled with To those living joy t Tutts t an absolute cure For lies eating watermelon Soon hell be ill And for a pill Will bo hustily yelling Jftftho dont mend i g Sitfolkswillflcnd Tutts Liver Pills For A A Simons M D Wholl change his diet In a mannor quiet Juatkeep your eyes peeled and seo Eg -- v h j Ha icjtmff mff ttmnUV mmmmmmmmMmmmmmmmmammmtmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmimmm I I WPIBHWIIMI IHUIB II lIM III I I mKmsiiBBKmmmmKammmfmmmSistmmmmmmmmmmaamammmw II I Pin i I 111ml I M If - - i isxaammsmaimmmKmmmmmmKimujTn T rwnmamtTYi Vil itojniins f r -- i vi- - - v r - - - t feUUMLMklitftttttfufa -- -MM f Ito k BL r- - i IV R i- - - Ask your grocer for Old Glory flour Gabe Taul of Hardinsburg was in tho city Sunday WEDNESDAY FEU 1 18118 Taylor Beard of HardlnBburg was in tho city Saturday Eugene Sterrett ot Skillman was in town Wednesday W OiMoorman of Gleitdeann was In tho city Wednesday on business H V Harris have moved from tho Help tho poor Bullitt property on tho hill to Tho Cot Â¬ Skating Is good tage Glean your eldowftlke James Harris proprietor of tho Com- Â¬ Winter has set in in earnest mercial Hotel HardlnBburg was in tho city Sunday Rabbit hunters are out in force Rev A B Wilson of Kane Pa will Very little tobacco is coming in preach at the Presbyterian church Sun Â¬ Ask your grocer for Old Olory Hour day Feb 5th A clean sidewalk saves many a slip Prof T S McCall prebldent of tLo Ask your grocer for Sea Foam Flour Kentucky college at Peweo Valley wjb 3 bars of soan for a nickel at Sulzers in town Monday Misa Laura Yeager is on tlio Blck list D L Fowlkes representing tho Sam Ahl moved out to Eastland Mon Â¬ Owensboro Woolen Company waa in day the city Monday on business Miss Louise Jackson of Staplieusport The river has beon going down quito rapidly spent Sunday in tho city the guest ot Mrs Mary Brashear went to Louisville Mr and Mrs S H McCracken Sunday Miss Annio Crowe of Hardinaburj Rev Joiner will hold services at Holts who hoe been teaching school at AVhitei ville was in the city ou her way bonus Sunday Monday W L Beauchamp was in town Wed Â¬ Little Elizabeth Skillman daughter nesday of Mr and Mrs Charlie Skillman who of II olt is visiting in Herbert Riddel has been suffering with scarletina Is the city much better St Valentines day comes on the 14th R 0 Richardson and wife of Louiu of February ville who has been visiting his parents Edwin Stuart of Owensboro was in Mr and Mrs D S Richardson at Union the city Saturday Star returned home Monday H E Miller returned to Owensboro Ernest Robinson one of the moiti Saturday night prominent citizens of Glendeane and an Mrs M F Popham is confined to her all around hustler was in the cltj home by illness Wednesday on his way home from HenJohn Smith of Irvington was in the derson city Thursday John Allen Murray has received a Wm Boultinghouse of Addison was souvenir from a friend in Porto Ricn in town Thursday which he values very much It is n Prof S E Hancock was in Hardins nobby silk tie such as is worn in that burg Saturday country Breckenridge News BEWLEYVILLE Weather very cold Ask your grocer for Old Glory ilour Wheat is at tho mercy ot frozen clods Murray Blonford continues quite sick Dick Henry is quite ill of pneumonia Tho chairman of the school board is much discouraged Rob and James Witt attended tho lit Â¬ erary Friday evening There is a good deal of sickness princi- Â¬ pally colda or la grippo B A Hardaway was absent from Sun Â¬ day school January 20 Misa Chappell is the guest of her sis- Â¬ ter Mrs CIibb Anderson MIbs Nell Drury has gone to make an extonded visit at Louisville Mrs R B McGlothlan spent a few days in Irvington last week To Whom It May Coxicern Strong-- words of indorsement Local Brevities J Wl I it mr s- - W i 7K mt osiLJSjA fVTIIlMTh y7AX Olarence Keith went to Leitchiield on business Monday Mrs George Short returned Wednes Â¬ day from Russellvillo Miss Addie Friel of Victoria is visit- Â¬ ing friends at Brazil Iud Dr W R Lawless of Patesville was in the city Saturday James Pace Jr was in Henderson and Evansville Sunday Thomas Toueey spent Sunday with relatives at Hardinsburg Bargains in the grocery room at Sulzers Inquire for them Austin Elder ot Mooleyville is the guest of Charles Elder Marion Polk of Tobinsport was in the city Thursday on business val- Â¬ A large line of comic entines can be found at Sulzers Jesse Weatherholt has been laid up with the grip the past few days Â¬ Merchants report last months business to be aboye the usual standard 0 B Kyler of HardlnBburg was in tho city visiting friends Sunday J G Shoreshell of McDaniels was in Louisville Wednesday with tobacco Virgil Smith of Muncie Ind is visi t ing his father Dan Smith at Garfield P P Rainsforth and Milton Penson of Alton Ind were in tho city Thursday Miss Jennie Bates of Hawesville attended the funeral of Mrs OBrien Sun Â¬ Â¬ day Miss Lucy Slaughter of this city is tho guest of Mrs Jake Singer at Orfena boro Mies Alice Mattingly spent Sunday at Irvington the guest of Miss Maggie Carter J S Morton a prominent HardlnB- Â¬ burg farmer was in the city Monday on business Leather stockings Black Cat Brand never wear out children like them Miss Ada Hanks of Union Star is teaching at Bethel near here Miss Florence Cain will teach tho Spring school beginning first Monday iu Match Mr and Mrs Lewis from Carrollton are the guests of their sister Mrs Clias Drury There will be Sunday school and preaching in tho Methodist church next Sunday Wathen Drury and Ben Stith were off visiting Fred Stith of Hill Grove Thurs Â¬ day night Thomas Cain has many kind words for his toacher Mr E C Crabbe at Irvington Misses Rachel and Wivle Stith Edith Shumate and others attended the closing exercises of our school Country produce brings a good price in our town and weve no cause to grumble at the quantity Miss Lulu Drake is visiting Misses Clara Jordan and Stella Paul Monday evening January 211 Mrs Jordan gave a party in her honor All the young ladies in town are tak Â¬ Wouldnt it be a dire calamity to be ing advantage of the latest fad that oi reduced to a mail service wearing necklaces made of beads The after all these years of daily mail V Peobest line is at Sulzers Come whllo ple along this route this is something to they last think about Orville Gregory wife and baby wenc The oldest inhabitant knows not of to Byron Ga last Wednesday A letter a time when the roads were worse has been received from them that states Theres a time for all things but the Mr Gregory is getting on nicely and time for grading country roada is certain- Â¬ may regain his health ly not in the Full J Max Willett formerly of this counT J Jolly on his way home from ty has moved from Humboldt Tcnn Owensboro stopped at Sample to visit to Canon City Colorado for the benefit relatives and will also go to see bis kin of his health Ho says the climate is folks at Union Star and Lodiburg before doing him much good returning home He is attending the Mrs Robert J Barry wife of Foreman quarterly meeting at Union Star Barry of the News ia expected homo Let not the readers ot the Ladies from Portsmouth 0 where Bhe has Home Journal grow alarmed I know been making an extensiye vibU Thurs not a man or woman boy or girl who is day or Friday being hurt by overappllcation to the Hon David Fairleigb of Louisville study of books I suspect the trouble passed through the city Saturday 6on with those whom Mrs Lew Wallace ing on his way home from Owensboro knows is more from luxurious attire or whero he had been the guest of Mr and such like than as she complaius I hon- Â¬ Mrs Ohapeze Wathen or all who are in the pursuit of knowl- Â¬ J E Wild of Paynesville Meade edge county was in the city Saturday on his Prol W A Stith and Mies Florence way from Chambers in Hancock county Cain closed their school Friday after- Â¬ where he had been on a visit to his noon They haye taught a term which grandmother who is seriously ill as one of tho speakers of the afternoon a letter from said compared favorably with any that Henry Duncan received The closMrs H V Duncan from Ashville Mon- Â¬ has ever been taught here ing exercises consisting of recitations Â¬ day which stated that their son Court ney was regaining his health and ha select readings singing and the reading added three pounds to his weight sinca of a copy of the Bewleyville Hustler entertained a nice crowd for a couple of he bos been in the mountains teachers passed Here is a shoit sad story of tho rabbit hours and then the around a generous treat Messrs Charles season hunting and Henry Drury W H Cain and the Boy Professor gave pleasant talks and then Gun The deco- Â¬ came tbe word Good bye toy ration of the house with flags and the Fun singing of national airs by the whole Gun school showed that patriotism had not BUBt been neglected and for that we give Boy them praise Dust Golden Rod Â¬ twice-u-week Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CoLUiflius O May 18 1897 D Hartman a Dkaii Sih Resides hnvincr tho merits of so fully demonstrated In mv fainilv I have a num ber of friends who havo taken It for catarrh and stomach trouble and ull unite in praising it As a remeoy summer nnu winter catarrli 1 can fully recommend it Airniun L Hamilton From tho Hon Samuel J Snrartz Polico Judgo Columbus O State op Ouio SuritRMH Couiit Law LranAnr Columbus O Nov 12 1807 Medicine Co Columbus O Gentlemen a Tho result of using has been so gratifvintr to mo that 1 cannot but concratulnto you on tho success of vour reinodv J w Your hiirh standing in tho buMnesscommunltv nnrl tho worth of tho gentlemen conducting this great enterprise prepared mo to expect a meritorious article only from your establishment but its real worth is best demonstrated by its use and for the manufacturers of for firominent officials of its home city lion Samuel L Black Mnyor of Columbus O whoso picture niljoins this ptirugruph writes tho follow K ing letter Executive DkitCity of CoLUMnus To whom it may concern I can must cheerfully recommend as of the very greatest possible bouelltln cases of catarrh nnil other diseases of tho mucous membrane This remedy has established itself in tho minds of tho pcoplo as of tho greatest possible worth and ircnulncness I have known Dr Hiirtinan for a number of vcars and am pleased to say that ho one of tho lcadintr citi zens of this city a man of tho very highest standing and character in tho community Respectfully Samuel L Black Col Arthur L Hamilton commanding ofllccr of the bevcutccnth Infantry Ohio National Guard whoso residence is nt 309 West First Avenue Columbus O bears witness to tho efficiency of Hero is Colonel Hamiltons letter and picture Pe-ru-n- a Tis Winter Yet Heavy Unclothing Heavy Woolen Socks and Hosiery Heavy Weight Fabrics for Dresses Heavy Soled Shoes Mackintoshes Cloaks Wraps Umbrellas Overshoes and all the other promoters of comfort will be needed for eight or twelve weeks yet The cold sloppy wet nasty weather that is yet to come will bring bad health and big doctors bills if you are not properly clothed Dont neglect this matter longer We are selling heavy weight winter goods at reduced prices All goods of this class are sold at veritable bargains This is no merry jest Its straight goods Come and see for yourself Â¬ Â¬ 1 Pc-ru-- a f Vtf srKK IT MWm JV tw Dr S ir 1 Pe-ru-- sss v jr r Pc-ru-n- Respectfully Samuel J Swahtz Thing For the Ladies A Good I am authorized by Mrs II the remains of her stock of V SULZERS qAAAAAAAvAAvMtAAAAAAAiSAAAwA Duncan to sell This Kind of Weather You Need - - AT - - 50 Per Cent off Cost Price with her son Courtney whose health will not permit her to return in time to give her attention to business N G Â¬ GOOD SHOES We Have Them Prices Right WM She is at Asheville V i fc rv my life and have been cured by Hoods When run down from Mrs J G Harris and children and Sarsnparilla her guest Miss Tompkins went to Louis- Â¬ causes peculiar to my age and sex I took ville Monday Hoods Sarsaparllla and it did mo so much good that I advise all tired weak Stark Haynes Z G Nlmrao and Will Lyons of Harned were at Louisville last over worked women to give it a trial Mrs Mary A Higgj Hickory Valley week with tobacco Tenn A li pound bar of soap 12 inches long for 5 cents at Sulzers It formerly Hoods Pius cure all liver ills Easy to take Easy to operate Reliable sure sold for 10 cents 25 cts Get your pictures framed Handsome Will Alove to Daviess Â¬ mouldings latest styles skilled workW G Robbins of Oliflon Mills spent manship at Sulzers brother-in-laMiss Mary Harris a charming Hen- Â¬ a few days last week with his N Stewart in Daviess county J derson girl will be the guest of Miss Mr Robbins has rented land in Daviess Alice Mattingly this week in the near future Little Misa Essie Bohler returned and will move there home Sunday from Lewisport where NO Bhe has been visiting friends Gus Gibson is buying cedar poata for the Ohio Valley Telephone companys new line from Louisyille to this city Fine stock of rubber overshoes for snowy and wet weather wear they save health and doctors bills Sulzors FOR THE DELICATE OIRL James Edward the infant son of Mr You have tried iron and and Mrs Edward Kissam who has been other tonics But she keeps Buffering from a severe cold is better pale and thin Her sallow ot Webster Mrs Oomp Henderson complexion worries you Per- Â¬ visited her son who ia clerking at L haps she has a little hacking Greens storo at Falls of Rough last cough also Her head aches week and she cannot study Give kit Sam Conrad ia winning laurels as the champion rabbit hunter in this section He killed thirteen bunnies last Tuesday morning The oil will feed her wasting The Katy passed over the road Friday body theglycerlne will soothe and Saturday distributing the coin of tho her cough and the hypophos em- Â¬ realm to the Henderson Route phites will give new power and ployees vigor to her nerves and brain Mrs A M Blythe of the Hardlns cannot Never say you burg neighborhood who baa been dan Â¬ cod liver oil until you take gerously ill has bo far recovered that have tried Scotts Emulsion Bhe ia able to Bit up You will be obliged to change J E Harris brother of Mrs T V your opinion at once Children Joiner waa in the city visiting Mr and especially become very fond Mrs Joiner lat week He left Friday otlt j and Infants do not know for hladld home at Danville Va is added to their food Sulzers Interesting to Ladies I have been subject to erysipelas all 810U Howard 100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting naturo in doing its work The proprietors have so much faith in Its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for auy caso that it fails to cure Send for Â¬ Â¬ RARE BARGANS OAN What Shall Be Done lists ot testimonials Co Toledo Address F J CHENEY Sold by Druggists 75c 0 FOUND a BE VEST SONS wants FOR SALE Off TRADE HORSE THE STOCK MUST BE DISPOSED OF IWWWWWWVWWWVWWWAPANAAV TXK SALE One saddle and harneit mare five yean old fifteen and one fourth hand hlh young work mule Ur will exchange for II L KURTZ Webiter Ky J lre The Vr i5 Over TUITION AT ANY COST or scons JOIl Emulsion SAIK Certificate In Ilryant College Louliville Kv ItitKlKKNIUDGK NEWS OFFICE FOR SALE titration Apply to You will now Book n good investment for your Bavings Tho best known investment Secure your is improved Ronl Estate ground nnd write to 4 MULES AND HORSES nu bur ho net fat It SALU Three mule 1710 and In fine condition Term eaay for good note J K UITTO Urandenburg ky WANTED SALESMAN a reliable man to tell our All kinds of Hats and Bonnets on exhi- Â¬ JP WILL COMPANY SHINGLES DOORS SASH BLINDS Etc LUMBER Sup Create and hln Will make liberal arraogementa and give ateadt employment totha right man The EUCLID OIL COMPANY C eveltnd Ohio pliea FOR SALE POULTRY WK WANTatoree Threther and Mill Pennant brand of Lubricating Oil trade and bition and for sale at FOR PRICES ON Long Distance Telephone OANTOXIXA llKMwHAIwBoigtt 2UltU lUjtttw when it joe SCOTT Few well bred Cockereli of Uarrad Plymouth Itock and Langihan Breedi curep laughtercd Bgt In i go at once or t utt ton CC LUWI8lrx4 Stsphrntport Ky J I 71 Oil SALIC J D Babbages Store - 494 LOUISVILLE KY zwm itlflfltt 4 BOWJ E ChtmUti nd fioo II dniggbti FOR SALE STRAWBERRf PLANTS Kw Yolk I T70K SALK Strawberry plantt twtnty differ 0 W Write for prices 1 ent varieties WINCHKLL TobUiport Ind ERNEST C BABBAGE Agent Lund Send 250 to tho Bukokenuidqe News and get a 1500 Bible tho News free of charge for one year g iMllllfllWWs KEyBsrasjwn Tj -- - l Ml w M T77TOWTr a ij FARM AND STOCK r glTs i yvr- - III If III r k pmwttttmttMWttMttWM V Iw Tho HarrodMmru Democrat notes the 75 In tho crib sales of n lot of corn it uiulea nt G0 to IW and 23 each A 0 Miles bouislit ofThos Duller 100 80 50 also 45 hoga from dif Bheep for foront parties at from 2 IK to 3 10 Xlcholaavlllo Democrat Tho Georgia peach orchardoaro threat Â¬ ened with extinction by tho San Joee wain Over 200000 treen have been wiped out andover 1000000 are Infected There were 170 cattle at Georgetown Monday uaya the Times Ono lot of feeders Bald at 54 10J yearling cattle at from 3 to 4c per lb j milch cows Ht from plug horses at 530 to 50 31 to 31 broke mules Bt from 40 to 75 No sheop or hogs on the market 1 il yww vwva rwwwvwvww FACTS AND OPINIONS ftnnAiirt iVAvnflVAflflflAAAA KlVlllMl Horo Is n Mory Hven In tho New York vxhililtlon of n Its patnoaa u Sun soldier father pal tlotlc pride will np AND SON iJ A ANNALS OF THE COUNTRY AND TOWN 8 CUPIDS CAPERS ttmummwmtmmMtmwmm It Â¬ t peal to fooling and to sympathy When on the battle line tldngs came to Cap Â¬ tain Capron of the rej Oars announcing the death of his son killed at Las Guasimas he went wheu duty ptr idence mltted to whoro the body lay The Brother Smith who was a good old dead soldiers hat waa placed over his man but who know vory little about His poncho covered hia body face theology sold Only the feet clad in mud clotted shoes Yes thats all right but somehow tvjnus iuue uui mciui were vision that Old Provldnnu linn a itniAna milniit erect the father stood gazing upon tho me and has been after me all my life last ol three brave sons Then eently uiu i rectton the Almigaty In heaven lifting the hat from tho face of tho dead will put a stop to Proyldunues pestering and lookirg at It with toarlul eyes he me if ho goes too far Well said with proud tenderness One of the most prosperous and enter Â¬ Soon replacing the hat done my boy I he strode off with soldierly redness to prising mercantile establishments in Thos Metcalfe sold to Mr Weil of where his duty lay to die a few months the county Is couducted by McGlothlan LextnKlon LO cattle at 435 per hundred later of disease contracted at Santiago Piggott at Irvington Mr John Veach of Wilmore sold 0 These gentlemen aro dovoted to buii cattle last week that averaged from G00 HE8T WHILE WOltKINQ nesaand they apply themselves to it to 1000 Bounds at 4 J O B Troutman An important letson for tho busy with an enthusiasm that guarantees suc Â¬ sold hia crop of 25000 pounds of tobacco housewife to learn is that she can take cess Recently they added aspRcIalty to to W K Ware ol IJrannon at 8c J T ristamid her daily labor and she must their stock It is anti rusting tin ware Sallee sold his crop to same party at 5 do this if she would preserve her health and Newt McGlothlan is pushing it for and 8c Jessamine Journal and strength as well as the ability to en- Â¬ all it ia worth When a customer cornea In Newt calls joy life The manner in which she learns A press dispatch announces that farm Antlrust tinware Buy some ers iq the neighborhood of Madison and applies it will make all the dlfler out Ind are losing their cattle at an alarm Â¬ ence In the world to her and those about If it rusts bring it back V Ttiis is the story thla is the soug ing rate Whole herds in some instances her If she neglects it altogether she nill grow old and hnpgard long before Newt McGlothlan sings all the day long been wiped out Expert veterinarians One day last week when Hie Bteady who have examined them Bay the dis her time find her own life devoid of ease is caused by cattle eating blasted pleasure and full of drudgery and prove soaking rain kept customers at home corn or corn ergot left on the stalks in herself a kill joy to ad those about her things were so dull that for the first thni the Held where the cattle were turned Work never killed or hurt anybody if it in months Newt found an opportunity to was accompanied by n proper amount of sleep during business hours in While he was wrapped In tho arms of Let no wo The Louisville tobacco warehousemen recreation and relaxation Morpheii Dick Hardaway happaned in declined to reduce the sellii g fee from man however strong she may be Imag the present rate of SI 60 per hogshead ine that she can go on working inces Â¬ He saw Njwt sleeping as peacefully aa a On tho business likely to be santly without growit g prematurely old child and the temptation to awaken him They say It is the cheerful hearted well poised could not be resisted He gently passed dono on our market tlite vear this reduction in fees will probably amount to a women who accomplish the most work hia hand over Newts face and the saving of 76000 to 100000 to the sell- Â¬ In the world because they ore sensible latter moving uneasily muttered Anti rust tin ware Buy some If it ers of tobacco and consf quently a like enough to stop between times and they earnings as are the ones who keep their youth and rusts bring it back reduction in the warehouse This is the story this ia the aonc compared with the charges which were freshness longer Newt McGlothlan sings all tho day long made before the date named Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A local preacher wnnt to seo nn Illiterof his church tlm other day Tho Inttor was nllnK tind the minister to comfort him in liianlllictfona said Brother Smith wo must all try to take our nflllctioiw humbly and cheerfully They are visited upon us by Prov Â¬ ate member Uavlil Atkins of Kellorsbiirg Ind ia arranging to marry the pnmo woman tho third time Ho has hoen twlco dlvorcrd from her hut slto ban drawn him back liko a magnet and finds her absolutely irresistablo BLACK DIAMONDS Are very scarce but every Lump of Some Chicago girls havo organized a Hobson club ami at each meeting ono male guest la elected Hobson The girls file past and he ia expected to kiss each girl once if ho refuses he must give her a pound of candy and If sho reluses to be kissed abe must embroider a hat mark for him Basket Coal Is a Jewel ITS ITS A CLEAN That verdict of allhoueskeepers who use BASKETT COAL as a fuel Its good points are numerous is the Indiana la a wonderful stat or she haa more than her complement of liars A dispatch from Strawtown saya that Mra Polly Owena baa just entered her 14th matrimonial venture and that Mr and Mra Carter Mania of Anderson are re joicing over their 20th child Â¬ Her rich old uncle at St Louie left hia fortune to Miss Mary Gregg on condition that she should never change her surname Her lover loved hor more after the bequeat than before and to re- Â¬ move any trouble about thu inheritencr wont before the court and had his name cliungid to Gregg after which bo mar- Â¬ ried the helrets and now they are aa happy as big Bun flowers Â¬ AN ECONOMICAL COAL For the reason that it gives nioro heat for tho money than any other coal on the market It makes a stead lasting fire Fill your stove or grato with it at night close your drafts and youve got a firo that lasts until morning You do not havo to uro as much BASKETT COAL as you do others because it has more substance und weight to it than tho fast burning coal Mrs Mary Adkius who procured a divorce from her husband Prof Adkins several yeare ago has brought suit against him at Delaware O for 10000 damages for breach of promise She alleges that they became reconciled and agreed to marry agdn but that the professor ia disposed to play her false It will be hard for her to make a jury be lieve that she U damaged to that extent by the failure of a man to marry her whom she ouce swore she could not live with Â¬ Â¬ COAL Tho BASKETT COAL is clean All good biluminous coal produces clinkers so dues the BASKETT but it makes lees clinkers and less aphes than most othor varieties and is therefore an ideal grato or stove fuel Is a superb BJLSKZESTT COAX fuel for use in flouring millB- - J tobacco factories saw mills aud nsatvufactnring plants Special Prices in Carload Lots ADDRESS COMMUNICATIONS TO 9 tl ID m of I taj erl feB ttf tof of to ty tet lat Bui P sel nnf J do off nec spa 4 pin1 Tor of H est In considering the question of Eastern There is much truth and philosophy iu cheap labor it is inteiesting to note the to labor in India the following from the Norfolk Pilot wages which are paid The person who does not love life In In Bombay which pajs the highest for the country has lost the best part of his labor agricultural labor is paid SJ 50 per nature by being rnit out of the garden ol month household servants are paid i Eden at au early period of life to be per month masons carpenters blackartificially reared on the sights sounds 30 per month smiths etc receive and smells of the streets alleys and sew railway unskilled laborers receive 212 of some city He knows nothing of per month etc Notwithstanding this ers ridiculously low cost of labor all labor- real homo lift cities haye very little as a rule only number so aud so such a ers pay for their own food street He has very little sense ot i ome South Africa is likely to always fur jos and Rilectioni the pure air and nish a good market for American wheat water of the country its holy quietudes and Hour Consul General Stowe says its gentle appeals to all the senses its that the country will never be able to solitudes where tumult aud mob utver raise all tho cereals it will use owing to intrude its delightful woods its sports the limited laud suitable for this pur and pleasures its loves and friendships pose That the Luited States lias the umleliled by thu dust and grime of bulk o the wheat trade ib shown by the crowded tenements and thronged thor following table taken from figures for oughfares its sacred privileges aud se Â¬ into clusions Us leisure its freedom and 1MI7 and showing importations Capo Colony alone during the year Ar Independence from the intrusions and gentina LM 550 pounds Chile 5iIS2J demands of hurrying urbm life and its pounds United Kingdom 1282100 sacred oxemptions from the gross con17SKilb01 tacts and associations of the bustling and pounds Tinted States pounds shouldering streets all these and more In lsj there were in the United akin to them make the rural existence States 575i M0 horses valued at 432 a perpetual delight undented by the Si305 In 1H77 the number had grown constant pressure of mixed and crowded to 1032700 value MH0I0154 In 1MU population the number was 15418140 and the value jkkusilem ikmsallm This is the greatest was 1007503031 value of all the decades The greatest A great many people wonder why number of horses KJ200s02 was re- Â¬ Palestine which is no bigger than the ported in 1M2 but the gross value was state of Vermont and Jerusalem the city not tqual to that of the former year limits of which could be encompassed by Hard times coupled with the Central park in New York Bhould knocked the price down in IMC remain such a problem to Europe and the horses for that year being reported assume such importance In dealing with at 100sl13 and the value at 750224 the affairs of the east A distinguished 709 There was a steady decrease until but rather irah writer in Ergand not IKiiti the number for that year being put long ego proposed that Palestine be at 14 Hi 1007 and the value at 45204 made the International park of the 300 In thu last two years supply has Christian nations He assumed that it not kept pace with consumption and the England the United States Germany indications are that the breeder will get Franco and Italy decreed that it should better prices for his stock The average henceforth be held in trust as a free valu of the farm horse in 1870 was domain for the Christian nations the 3151 7337 and in 18 problem would be settled But he overA line of refrigerator ships from the looked the 177000000 Mohammedans to United States to South Africa would be a whom it is as much of a sacred place ns means of vastly developing n trade with It is to the Christians and he did not the English colonies there benelical to take into account tiie 00000000 Greek A recent con Â¬ religionists who also have their shrines our agricultural interests sular report says the lack of meat sup Â¬ there and their special tradit ons The plies is assuming a serious aspect that fact is sectarian rel glons have reached butchers are unable to purchase any cat- Â¬ in Jerusalem a curious kind of enforced tle and that consumers are obliged to compromise or equilibrium After killdepend upin irregular shipments of ing each other through several centuries frozen heel from Australia North and for the possession of the Holy City the east of the Cape conditions are similar warring Beets have agreed to tolerate with sheep worth ten dollars each and each other there at the point of the bay- Â¬ cattle of doubtful merit selling at eighty onet with the implied understanding live dollars per head at auction Austhat the status quo shall not be disturb- Â¬ tralia and New Zealand ahlp enormous ed That is the reason why Jerusalem quantities of frozen beef and mutton to presents a curious Bpactaclo of Jews England crossing the equator why not Christians and Mohammedans gather American meats to South Africa V Here ing about the same sacred spots with Is a practical opportunity for trade ex- Â¬ similar sentiments but entirely unlike pansion Without such aid United formulas That is why a German emStates exports to Africa jumped from peror who is an avowed Christian sub 4300000 In 1804 to 17j800O the past mits to all the mummery ol the caliphs year and respects the authority of the Mo The meadow lurk Is the farmers friend hammedau and that is why England as he eats great numbers of grasshoppers hesitates to enforce her own views and beetles Examinations of the birds againBt the millions of Islam who are stomachs mnde when thu ground was her own subjects Jerusalem is largely covered with snow Btill Bhowed a largn a city of sentiment aud no nation iu per cent of insects indicating tho birds Europe cares to wilfully violate that sen skill in finding their natural food even timent for the small amount of practical under adverse circumstances In one gain the possession of tho memorial places would secure Bhiuach examined remains of thirty-sevegrasshoppers were found Caterpil- Â¬ Spains Greatest Need lars also form u large proportion of their f Mr II P Olivia of Barcelona Spain diet and iu Springtime thousands these pests are eaten by them Most of spends his winters at Aiken S C Weak the caterpillars are overlooked by other nerves had caused severe pains in the birds but the meadow lark being a back of ids head On using Electric Bit Â¬ grouud bird devours them in large quan ters Americas Greatest Blood and Njjrvo tities Their vegetable food consists of Remedy all pain soon left him Tie says grain and weed seeds The grain mostly this grand medicine is what his country corn is eattin in Winterand early Spring needs All America knowa that it cures anil may be considered waste kernels In liver and kidney troubles puriflfs the Hammer and Autumn when grain is blood tones up the stomach strengthens most plentiful only a Blight amount is the nerves puts vim vigor and new life consumed this diet being replaced by into every muscle nerve and organjof the insects The fact that the meadow larks body If weak tired or ailirg you need flash is esteemed aa a delicacy should It Every bottle guaranteed ouly 50 not excuse the destruction of such a val Â¬ ceuta Sold by Short A Haynes Drug gists uable species Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ n Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ n HEAblRLS OK COlSTRY LHB The course of true love rarely rune smooth but in the case of Albert Smith Little Tom Ferry iBaa bright and sharp and Mies Nellie Stewart it aeema to have as a new tack Hia wit never deserts been especially rough She lived in liim Louisville and he in Jeflereonville Tom is now attending a private school Finding favor in her eyes he Boon be Â¬ and the teacher who sees in him the came oniMged and gave her a diamond making of a flue man is taking unusual ring Afterwards she jilted him but re Â¬ care in seeing that he is thorough and fused to return the sparkler Ho sued painstaking in his studies her for it aud the jury said it was hers The other day she examinod eomo of Smith became the laughing stock of his Tommios writing It did not meet with friends but his love for the girl remain- Â¬ her approval and she said ed and he ugiin sought her hand She Tommie you will have to take more relented and not wishing to give her paiiiB with your writing time to change her mind agiin he se Tom looked at tho teacher with a cured an immediate marriage pained expression on liis countenance aud answered Fatality of Croup I cant My arm is full of paius Statistics show that thousands of in Â¬ now from the writing I haye done fants and children die yearly of mem- Â¬ Are you a Mason asked the bright braneous croup We do not exaggerate young lady of Charlie Moorman the other when we state that every one of theae innocents could have been saved had day Foleys Honey and Tar been given them Yes answered Charles Well I cannot shako hands with iu time Cau you affjrtl to be without A it in jour household It Fisher you Cloverport H A Shellman Stephens Why asked Charles in amaze Â¬ port E A Witt Hardinsburg ment Because you might etve me the grip and mamma says I must be care Â¬ ful of ray health Horrible ngony is ciused by Piles Burns and Skin Diseases These are immediately relieved and quickly cured by De Witts Witch Hazsl Salve Beware of worthless imitations Hay- Â¬ Short nes Â¬ Pittsburg Coal Company BASKETT KY Mfjl WJk jtikJIA JLbWJLk K VlMd VAVAIVAjfvAVJrA4kJLVJLaVAkAJ jl KjJLj JLJLAAWA j WAjrf PTiTTM No Knife JHmilU An No TGIWaiUST ONLY Why Suffer Agony When DONS COMPLETE PILE CURE is guaranteed to euro you It is tho discovery of an eminent physician Interruption of Business I 100 A YEAH Alt the Leading Features that have made this journal to popular ar to be retained the ccmins year and many new one added DISTINGUISHED TKAflP Ideal Farm and Family Weekly ItC Tarm- - Visits the Capitol of Ohio County Rides In a Hammock Traveling under a box car in a ham- Â¬ mock ia a method of progression few men have indulged in The ordinary tramp is too Irny and too unimaginative to conFarmers Helped struct such a conveyance or to use it if The farmers of tho country have been made for him says the Hartford Herald the largest beneficiaries of the export But Harry D Cooper who ia known ur trade of the year just ended More than der the-- alias of Railroad Jack the 830000000 worth of the years exporta Hammock Hitler has traveled for ten wete the product of the farm Bread years in this manner has visited many stuflrt cotton provisions live animals of the States end covered over 100000 tobacco and fruits supplied the great miles He has acquired his aliaa from a bulk ol their products which ent rudely constructed hammock which he abroad during the year breadstuffs be invented to assist him in journeying ing the largest In yaluB cotton second over tho land without buying tickets provisions third animals fourth and to- Â¬ every time he wants to execute a change bacco fifth of base He cals the hammock hs annual pass and is now using the tenth scnuty in lllooI Deep Clean blood means a clean skin No of the series The trap is made of heavy beauty without it Caseurots Candy Cathar canvass Btrung on a couple of strong iron tic clean your blood and keep it clean bj stirring up the lazy liver and driving all im- bars fitted with hooka at tho ends purities from the body Begin today to Theae hooks are fastened to the support- Â¬ banish pimples bolls blotches hlacklicnds nixl that sickly bilious complexion by taking ing bars of a box car or sleeper and the Cascnrets beauty for ten cents All drug traveler is secure inside the hammock gists satisfaction guaranteed 10c 25c 50c Â¬ Tho first treatment brings immediate relief It has cured thousands and will euro you MR T S WILCOX prominent merchant politician and chief of tho Chattanooga Firo Department says Â¬ After years 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 Such as Live Stock Dalry Ine Horticulture Poultry Market Hardening and otn- er b ri succeislul Farmers sup ntemented w Ih Illustration by abl aitlsts com Â¬ bine to male it Invaluable o ihoie who farm It for alivinf The Lateit Markets and Commercial Aerl culture Crop Reports In their season Con Â¬ densed Farm News and Letters among tho Farmers re Leading Features in which the AusmcAu Agriculturist Unntexctlled hha reliable Special Correspondents at the Oeneral and Local flarket Centers all over the United tales llb rallll restiires ifa t pctici Price 100 Prepaid to any Address DON CHEMICAL COMPANY CHATTANOOGA TENN Sh0It Stories Latest Fashions Fancy Work Tho Good Cook Tallrs UHIUILO contests and Young Folks Pago Library Corner cimbine to make nu department ot aimuch value and interest ai mnrt ot theSptcial Family Papers QUESTIONS Veterinary ndanswered on Law Mcdlclno other topics Familv alllllj r I FREE Orange Judd Company 52 Lafayette Place - New York N Y- - J rn T O CHAS F A ii -- WITH OWEN Proprietors - If Its Worth printing PICKETT TOBACCO WAREHOUSE A BRIDGES CO the k Courier Journal Twice-a-Wee- Will Print It iMM who every can Salt for Small Change He Bore His Loss In Silence Besides the Maria Theresa 1780 dolThe following episode happened at lars the people of Abyssinia for small the recent brilliant charge of the Twenty change use a bar of bard crystallized first Lancers at the fall of Omdurman salt about 10 inches long and 2 inches Four One of the men got his thumb cut off broad and thick slightly tapering toward and turning to hia chum an Irshman the end five of which go to the dollar at ejaculated the capital It is a token of affection Whatever shall I do Im done for among the natives when frienda meet lire to give to each other a lick of their re Pat taking things somewhat coolly spective bars and in this way the mater- Â¬ and thinking his chum was making a ial value of the salt ia also decreased fuss Â¬ Â¬ Cor Eighth and Main Sts BRIDGES Louisville Ky Not in the Combine SowilltheBRECKENItlDGE every JePblin to readman will want It NEWS tad etery woman or W G BRIDGES Months Storage Free ii i Wedneiday issue prints all the clean news and the Saturday Issue prints stories Jliscellany Poetry n the home It Is by Hen yP41 Itrest Watterson THETWICHAVKEKCOURIKnJOURNAL Democratic paper ol six or eight pages Wednesday and Saturday or tach week isoed Tho iiJfu0 vW fj in hi ii i i RATES ihhiim Thar rirtontr Ilu locat7u mttwcU im mi iimiiiiiihiii Price 50c a Year USEFUL PREMIUMS Are given club raisers and good pajing commis Â¬ sions are allowed agents Dally Courier Journal i Year Dally and Sunday i Vear Sunday alone I Year over a mere trll responded sol- Â¬ emnly Begorra thats nothln to make a fuss about heres poor Sam Jones wid his head cut off an not a word IshoBayln hai croup or hronchitli Watte no delay may ba dangerous Dr IliiUt Cough Srupcmat once It li a iafa and Infallible -eily All JruKKim ei t lor iScta I If your child Tor La Qrippe Co J40 Wabash-av- Thomas Whitfield corner Jackson at one of Chicagos oldest and most prominent druggiBtP recommend Chamberlains Cough Reme Â¬ dy for la grippe as It not only gives a prompt and complete relief but also counteracts any tendency of la grippe to result in pneumonia For sale by A I R A Shellman Fisher Cloverport Stephensport 6oo 8oo- 5ioo- - Use Dr Bulls Cough Syrup at once lime JOHNSON bt j A wain W VU1Q11 1LUI M Ilrandonburg Ky Largest Leaves Tho largest leaves In the world accord- Â¬ ing to Dr Jackson aro those of the Inai calm which grows on tho banks of the Amazon The leavea reach a length of from thirty to fifty feet and are ten to twelve feet iu breadth The leaves of the Talipot palm a native of Ceylon are often twenty feet In length and about elghleen feet broad These leavea are used by the natives to make tents and they form vory efficient shelters from the rain The leaves of tho double cocoa nut palm are generally thirty feet long and six feet broad Bearitk Twicea Week Courier Journal And The F R WILDER 028J Fourth St Louisville Ky J HARDIN The Sultuns Throne The throne room of the Sultan at Con Â¬ stantinople is a gorgeous sight The gliding is unequaled and from the eel lug hanga a superb Vonetian chandelier the 200 lights of which make a gleam IN like that of a veritable sun Tro throne 111 is a huge Beat covered with red velvet and having arms aud back of pure gold HARDIN iRUIUPTMJ WILDER tho 1DRI1 Both one Year NEWS For Only Vfa Knv mail 1 inVinUiUn Hvcry Wednesday and Thursday after Eourth Monday In Each Month Difficult work mch as Bridges and Ciowna a specialty Latest appliances used Good work suaranteed -- ii the Twlcea send that paptrandourtfbrche price nsmedtoall our subscribers who will renew and par in ad vancenrlo all new subscribers who will pay In advance Sample copies CourleMournal sent Ire on annllraiinn nl yi arrangement Week CourierIournaland will IS lki l 125 OASTOllIA mjwtjmn jf I Ilu Kind Bought Early Klsars are unequalled for over- Â¬ coming constipation and liver troubles Small pill best pill safe pill Short A The smallest things may exert the greatest influence De Witts Little All subscriptions under this offer must be scat to the Bond Haynes Land 250 to tho BnKOKENninau News and got a the News free of clinrgo for ono year 500 Bible BRECKINRIDGE W tfj NEWS iy DeWItv Tm ttmtmt Htm yitte WUW Rirs T ifjfJilJJUtoMAa - - uifc i V V BANK -OF Breckenridge WEDNESDAY News 1811 FEB t BUSINESS BOOM STILL ON From All YELLOW LAKE Mr Fred Cannon iantile to bo out from home ngain Miss Sun Hhodos entertained euvernt ol her friemlfl last Sunday night Mr Ken Miotics is confined to the house this week with rheumatism Joe Rhodes ami llint Dickery Bay the exhibition was nil right but the music Miss Hannah Smith ia expecting to at tend school at GlHiidenue now shortly Dr Hart ai d Jim Ilh les delivered a nice lot of hogt alUlendeaue last Mon Â¬ day Mr Tom ltuodteo Graypon county spent last Sunday ilght with his pareniu here Mossrs Tjm Cannon mid Joe Shor shell went to LouibUiIh hut week to Hull their tobacco Mr Bob Rhodes lias returned to J ff ersonville where ho has resumed his old trade in the car slupi Mr Jim May and wife are moving to Willie Cannons this weik where Mr May expects to farm this year farmers are very buy these benutifnl days gathering in their shock corn that the early winter forced them to leave in field last fall Father Gabe gave church nt Long Lick the 4tb Sunday and delighted his con sregation with a II ih nermou on the Holy Name of Jtbud Sections Come Reports of Our Prosperity Itoports from nil parts of tho country toll of tlio continuation of tho boom in business of all kinds but notably in cotton and iron De Â¬ spatches from Fall River yesterday say that tho demand for tho pro- Â¬ ducts of the mills thero warrant their selling syndicate to raise tho price of goods and that print cloths will probably go to 2 cents in a day or two Tho weekly reviews of Dun and Bradstrect agree that tho conditions aro all favorable for tho continuation and increaeo of pros- Â¬ perity Duns reviow issued to day will say Tho country is in a stronger position than a week ago Remark- Â¬ able strength in its industries is important but is not tho chief element Public confidence in tlio business of tho country and in its securities has been tested to an unusual extent by the sudden fall in stockB and tho subsequent rise Confidence in tho value of wheat corn and cotton has bom shown by the markets and at rising priceB tho world buys bo cause it has to buy The vast supply of unemployed capital has been shown impressively and tho now and Btortling independence of for- Â¬ eign money markets fixes attention The lumbor movement is unusual- Â¬ ly large for tho season with prices of low grades sharply advancing Railroad earnings and tonnage have shown surprising gains Treasury roceipts are gaining and a voto on tho peace treaty has been filed for Feb G Its a Good Thing IS THE Q HARDINSBURG U F BEARD President WILL MILLEK Vice PreBident M II BEAM Cnabler No individual no family should bo without tho Holy Scripture as a premium a genuine Oxford BIIBIvE 2 50 G W BEAM MOUKI8 ESKIUDGE DIRECTORS J It M JOLLY INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS The Breckenridge News offers Henderson Route Loumille Henderson St Louis IVr Co Teachers Bible and ono years subscription to tho News for e Time Card In Effect Dec4 1808 The Bible is bound in Morocco has Patent Index Concordance has heretofore cost 85 00 Maps and Bible History It St Ijouis Kvansville Henderson Ilasket Spnltsville Heads EAST HOUND No 4J No 44 No 46 The Childs Bible and the Breckenridge News 200 I Lv IjoO tm 766am 2 20pm 2 40 7Ki THESE ARE GREAT OFFERS Stanley GrllTrth Mattingly Owensboro Worthlnglon 7 31 7 3H 7 41 3 01 5 13 3 20 3 20 3 2U 3X1 3 44 3 63 4 04 4 13 4 10 865pm 2 45am 310 323 328 3 39 3 44 7S2 7 68 8 02 8U7 IowersVforKockport Wnltman Iates Ind 817 818 400 4 Iewisort Falcon 8 38 8 I is Mr EyMattlngly Biurdaugliter Miss of Kirk pasaid Ihrougti here Sunday eve enroute Jiome from Shrews b uy Grayson county Mies Maggie Rhodes of Irvington came down to St Anthonys hmt Sunday and will epeud several days with Irieuds and relatives in this vicinity Misses Lizzie and Joanne Coouvb and Mr John Kennedy of Kirk came down to attend the exhibition last Friday night and were guests of Miss Temple Hart Sue Julia niul Lulu Rhodes until Sunday Mrs T Woosleya school txhibltlon last Friday night was a grand success There was no failures The program was well selected T ie children were bravo and htepped to the front with good gracrt aud rtylu Esery pupil in hie or her dialogue or recitation de- Â¬ serves special mention hut judging from the roars of laughter and applause that Kennie and Ernest Rhodes negro stump speeches and Happy Uncle Tom brought out thos were the most Bradstreet s ill say enjoyable Mrs Woosley seems to have Activity ia demand for all classes of iron and steel is reflected in gained the praise and good feeling of all pupils and patrons during the school advances for nearly every class of pig iron and in steel billets rails who wish her 3uccesn throughout life The advance of 20 cents per ton by the old range wire and plate8 I wish to thank Hrandenburg for her Bessemer ore producers is regarded as conservative in view of the pleasant lcmarks in my regard and as recent advances in pig iron Announcements of a large number of con- Â¬ she kindly aiks where is Yellow Lake and combinations projected or under way are also a feature solidations I will try and tell something of its situa- Â¬ In the domain of other metals notably copper and tin speculation and tion Most certainly its dimension is Better reports are not extensive enough tu ho classed actual demand alike mako for higher prices among the great lukep but it does con- Â¬ received from the lumber trade in a number of cities and all the old tain enough water to be called a Bmnll advances are maintained with confidence in the outlook for spring one It lies two miles North West of business McDaniels and two miles east of St AnTho reviews both call attention to a rise of 8 cents a bushel in thonys church on the farm of old Air wheat with large buying orders based on extraordinary exports from Frank Rhodes near the picturesque The exports of wheat Hour included stream of Rough riyer nestling in the Atlantic ports for the week bosom of a stately forest compoeed of reached the total of 3813301 bushels against 2971333 last year In beech oak and sycamores surrounded four weeks the exports havo amounted to 19676087 bushels against by numerous hills dills spring cliffs 10718926 last year caves etc It was so named Yellow The failures for the week were 246 against 262 last week 288 a Lake by two cousins Misses Maggie In amount they were laBt week Rhodes of Irvington and Mattie Matt year ago 236 in 1897 and 323 in 18S6 ingly of Planters who were one day 6003695 against 7911896 tho corresponding week last year strolling along its Bhores and took their 811913637 in 1897 and 17836511 in 1896 yellow pony there to drink In winter time it is often visited by the skaters Mrs Campbell has wedding of Miss Hattie Macy to Mr byterian church and sometimes ice wagons but in the Walker of Montana been blind since she was eghteen years sweet May time and October i when we of age and this is the first time she has Charles Payne and wife from Texas love to waudor amid the quiet shade and decided to stay and make a crop in been to church since she became blind fern clad hills hoar the warblers making have A two weeks series of meetings con- Â¬ Charlie was born near merry on the tall trots and watch the old Kentucky ducted by the pastor and assisted by droway cattle come and drink Often this place He was welcomed with r Rev H C Hook and Rev W B Snead have I stolen away there in childhood to smile and a shake hands from every one that met him he has been absent six Â¬ of Hardinsburg closed Sunday night gather garlandsjfor my playhouse and years His estmabie wife is a na Â¬ It was the grandest revival of religion inosa to make my tiny beds forgetful of teen ever witnessed at this place by the writ- Â¬ tive of Grayson county every care until my mothers voice from er Thero were eighteen professions the house would call me back to duty TJse Dr Balls Cough Syrup at once fourteen additions to the O P church Ah how lightly I looked upon those M E church It has stood the test and bronchitis and grippe days then I now they are memories or positively a reliable remedy Life is too short to and four additions to the il Several of the candidates will be bap- Â¬ green Here too on Sunday afternoons experiment with new to called sure cures Hulls tised by imerson pertiaps the fourth the lords and ladies in num era would Cough Syiup casts but 35 cts Sunday in February come in holiday attire to while away the fheting hours in song and laughter con Â¬ DUKES LONG BRANCH versing pleasantly proclaiming stead Â¬ fast friendship and pledging in tows of Miss Nannie Jarboe has pneumonia love eternal fidelity to each other Cris McGehee was in Louisville last fever The small Iny finds god sport with Wednesday W S Ashby of Highland Nursery at fishing tackle seated on some big rock or John Hendrick was the guest of his fallen limb cooling bis dusty toes some Â¬ tended services at the 0 1 church Sun Â¬ cousin Lanson Ditto Saturday times in the water below while he waits day Charlton Ditto was the guest of his for a bite and watches the green frog Mlrses Bertha and Pearlio Bowlds of uncle Wm Ditto at Hill of Glory Sun Â¬ viewing him with big eyes as ho hollows Highland were the guests of Miss Beulah day mgro water knee deep knee deep It berts Sunday etc Often too the turtle pokes out his Willard II Henderson was the guest Saturday night was winter of the ilrat head to view thesurroundings and we degree It is Bald to have been the cold- of Joseph Hendrick at Kings Rest Sun catch a glimpse of some wiggling reptile est of the season day gltdlngjalong Thus he catches manv Mrs Mary Hendrick of Guston is the Unity is the spiritual power of Christi fine specimens of the finny tribe and ocis hard for guest of her son Calvin Hendrick of casionally he makes him a raft and takes anity and where it exists it Kings Rest Satan to approach the fortification a sail out on its placid waters Mrs Rose Dooley and children were Dan Alsop of Happy Hollow was vis iting in this neighborhood Sunday the guesta of Mr and Mrs Calvin Hen Â¬ The Eagle King of All Bird drick of Kings Rest last week is noted for its keen sight clear and dis- Â¬ Some people are surmising and we pre Â¬ sume Mr Alsop favors expansion The many friends of William Kelly tinct vision So are those persons who The infant child of William Dawson the postmaster here will be glad to use Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve for weak eyes styes sore eyes of any kind died Wednesday evening and was laid to learn he has recovered from an attack of or granulated lids Sold by all dealers rest Thursday by the side of its mother la grippe in the Johnson burying ground the be Â¬ at 25 cents Mr Horace Parson of Louisville one reaved have the sympathy of their of the Legiou boys died at the residence friends EPHESUS of his father He was one of the most Rev H O Hook and Rev W B promising young mon in Louisville Warnle Macya school is out todav Sneed returned to their homes Monday The Bchoolat this place closed Friday they havo made many friends here and He contemplates going to Texas have done a good work for the Master The many friends of Miss Pearl Benham Health in our community is fairly and the prayers of Gods people are go the teacher were sorry to see her leave good 0 F Black and Mrs Macy have ing up to Heaven in their behalf the vicinity She is quite a favorite been sick but are couvaleedrg here We bad hoped she would teach a Jesus bat taken I litis Nannie Mlea Mary Scott ia visiting friends and To live with Him la lave spring school here Where millions of Infint souls relatives in thls immediate neighbor Â¬ Compose the family above hood She halts from Qermautown Ha will give them tongues to sing ills praise These are dangerous times for the Our school it out taught by Charlie And hands to do His will health Group colds and throat trou- Â¬ TnerfuMe frames Hit power shall ralM Bralngtoo He gave general satisfaction A bles lead rapidly to Consumption And mould with heavCAly skill and can gif the school again If he wan s bottle of One Minute Cough Cure used it Mrs John Campbell who is near fifty at the right time will preserve life Mat Payne and wife passed here en years of age attended services Sunday health and a large amount of money routo to HardJnsburg to attend the night and joined the Cumberland Pres Short aadllavnea Jennie Cotton iB higher cent and goods have been strong Belief that damnged cotton will cut down the yield helps increased demand for Write for particulars or call and examine tlio books goods to raise price for both Tho receipts aro light though growers have seen a rise of over 1 cent per pound from the lowest p int to tempt them Goods have risen on ininy grades about 4 por cent on reported qualities against 50 per c nt on raw cotton and tho consum- Â¬ 3Z1T ing demand is strong Bradstreet will say about cotton JTw T fjm vy Tw7r TTw j rw jf kj 5T qp nc If r Jud 5lV a Jt k vDl aLW jTs o Tc j o i ijC yy vm v JtW Jf t k r Jt Tho improvement in cotton dates back primarily to the record jyt t Tiiffi fvJI MW jl t MiVjLfJLjltJff it nTo W jo Jjcol Jt 17 I vi ImnMi x y rot breaking low prices reached last autumn on estimates of immense yield of tho American crop while the improved situation of domeatic manu- Â¬ QUARTERLY REPORT factured goods the enlarged shipments abroad and tho tendency sup- Â¬ of the ported by reduced crop movement of late to minimizo largo estimates is reflected in the steadiness of recent advance BANK OF HARDINSBURG Duns review will say about iron STTTSSIS w The pressure for many products is such that the works are able to a S llardlnsburg Ky 03H 1 x make their own quotations and rails bars at Pittsburg and wire nails 25T3-- C o have slightly advanced The demand is heavy in all lines covering At the close of business on the 31st day m t 5jMi O CD 30000 tons rails n one contract for a Southwestern road and many of of December 1898 KFimnimrr KllSlirlft sj smaller quantity 20000 tons bars and many for a less quantity cover- Â¬ 01 ttBVslWa 50 to ing 5000 steel cars for the Baltimore and Ohio with other ship car and UESOUUCKS m w miscellaneous contracts numerous bridge contracts with one pending Loans and discounts less 11250398 loans to directors from Canada and others from all parts of tho world 10000 tons sheets Overdrafts unsecured 11779 A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL at Pittsburg with heavy business elsewhere and a general demand Due from National banks 171375s 7i7S never surpassed Nails aro advanced by the combination pipe vorks Hanking house and lot 3000 EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN are crowded and negotiations progress for their consolidation as also in Other real estate bonds 3613500 Other stocks and CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED bridge building 1134666 Exclnnes for dealings Ilnwesville for I innelton letrie 9 1 1 UWi Terl City j 428 433 4 4 431 439 450 4 Skilmin Shops 913 J23 J 85 6 40 40 THE BRECKENKTDGE NEWS M M m f i Cloverport Holt 40 6 00 8 Addison Stephensport Sample J52 S03 607 oil 618 6 22 510 620 ft OLOVBBPORT J m Iirrce 10 08 10 13 10 10 2V loiliburR JV j J M M m 9 n J fA Lvi Irvington iuston Kkron Webster Itrandrnbure Itnck Haven low 111 50 5 31 5 42 5b2 111 10 38 10 6J 660 6K1 0 0 6 0 6fl 6 57 0 03 G10 543 1100 I onir Hrinch 110 11 11 11 filO 018 28 31 40 45 A J3QON TO MANKIND Willow Dale Howard Kentucky Street Louisville Union Dep Ar 1128 Ml ll bl7 oiso 0 45 715 7 Vet Ioin 41 li 50 im 12 2 pm 12 35pm 052 70 7 055 45m 3iam D TABLERS BUCKEYE 2 W1IST HOUND No 2 Zh n sdSaro 13 03STm my PILE milS and 4tNo 4 43No 45 Jpile irssT m h nw WilloviJale Uock Haven Iani Ilranch Kkron IouiVvilk Union Ktntockybtreet We Itunt Howard llrandenburg iutton Irvington Webster Dup Iv 7 4Sam 60pm 755 8 8 8 8 24 20 503 5 37 5 41 5 48 5 51 t 35pm 8 45 918 K31 9 44 3i CURE Lodiburg Sample Stephensport Addison Holt Cloverport Shops Sktlman 1ierce 8 69 9 OS U 10 a 23 y 32 9 40 9 47 0 51 10 00 10 04 10 00 bf 43 tt 6 Oft 618 6 20 6 41 6 51 951 9S7 10W 10 08 1014 10 24 10 31 0W 712 721 727 7 07 720 7 30 7 4S 1018 10 1 22 Furniture and fixtures 1000 TUBES BY MAIL 76 CENTS BOTTLES 60 CENTS 310 North Main for Cannelloni Tell City Hawesvillc Ialcon 1033 J Ttl 10 10 10 Odti 46 49 60 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in in cash Undivided profits Deposits subject to check I on which Interest Isnot paWI 653576 Time certificates of deposits on which interest is paid 74639 53 l7S55St 5ooo 56SoM JAMES F BALLARD Sole Proprietor Street ST letrie LOUIS MO For ealo by A H 1ishor Cloverport Ky VVWiAAAAAAAAsW f twirport Iates Wartman 1ovtenitforKoclport Indj Owensboro Mattingly CrilTith 10 L0 10 56 11 III 11 in 11 9 11 30 11 10 SOI 812 818 827 833 8 1108 11 1U6 1139 11 id 42 tVfAAAAAAMVAVVAAAAAAAAAAAiASWAAVAAAS U51 11 12 863 9 05 9 IB 9 21 68pm Stanley WorthiDKton Heads Spottsville Henderson Kvansville M Louis 60 HMtim 9 14117539 I171S555I Â¬ 1 op Kentucky oa J County ol llreckcnridge SI H Heard Cashier Hank of MardinsburK a bank located and doing business In the city of Har- Â¬ dinsburg in said county being duly sworn says thit the foregoing report is in all respects a true statement of the condition of the said bank atthe close of business on the 31st day of December 183 to the best of his knowledge and belief and further saS that the business ot said bank has been trans- Â¬ acted at the location named and not elsewhere and that the above report is made in complitnce with an official notice receied from the Secretary of State designating the 30th day ot December 898 as the day on which such report shall bnmade M H IIbakd Cashier G W Heakd Morris Hskkiugk jDi rectors I K Uearu Subscribed and sworn to before me by M II Heard the 9th day of January 1819 Frank Hoard N 1 n C My commission expires with next session Ken- Â¬ tucky Senate V G BABBAGE ATTORNEY AT LAW liasktu State 07pm 932 9 89 12 22 9 47 1 951 12 4 1010 1215im 1220 lili Ill 123 219 1255 10 4Wpm Ar 7 32pm 125 720am HARDINSBURG KENTUCKY No 45 and 46 hate Pullman Huflet Sleeping Cars and elegant high back seat lasseuger Coaches through between loimville Kvansville and bt Louis without change Nos 41 and 41 hive elegant high back seat Pass cngar Coaches and Iarlor Car service through be tweun Louisville ltansyille and St Louis withont Nos 41 and 43 have Iarlor Cars and elegant Coaches between Louisville and livansvtlle with- Â¬ out change 11 Iw MUllDU H A U 1 J I oulsvllle change PREPARED TO PRACTICE CASES IN BANKRUPTCY m U II St Rv ForcWIe Branch TT 10 i89S AND ASSIGNMENTS TIME TABLE No 10 TAKING EFFECT Went Braund Trsitii But Bouorf Trtn 4 OPPIOES Over Gardners Store Hardiusburp News Ottiee tfta3 ttta5 Okivorffr STATMfNIJ SUr QUARTERLY REPORT OF THE to uat 8 2 WMo t vvwwwvvvvwvvwvwvvwvvvwwvvvvvwvvvvvvvwvwvvvv BRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport Ky 7 7 7 7 t tofm 01 11 S3 46 At the close of business on the Met day of December 188 RESOURCES Loans and discounts less loans to directors Loans to officers Overdrafts unsecured Due from National banks 1710470 Due from state banksand bank e a8i66 161000 7J59 39 For 20 Years Has Led all Worm Remedies SOIiD XX V UVXXJ DmjGHBTa JAMES F BALLARD St Louls rirdbr -- v For eale by A K WORMS When you go to Hardinsburg stop at thef Is VERMIFUGE Host In Quantity Doit In Quality WHITES CREAM 8l 821 9tiQ TK U Whori 1114 1124 1131 1101 114 12 12 Lrvterr i Arl OwtrTcia tlm 31 5 45pm 8f0 1230 63 0rm arFillillougilv nockvale Askins Oaks ArKordsvilleLv HsrdlMtWrg Kirk J ily Olendeane liimed HIS 8 01 5J 5U1 4 4 4 5J0 44 30 27 918 915pn 105 113 120 754 7 41 715 0 3 6 44 i 31 40 338 3 21 63jm 3l 315pm 5W Fisher Cloverport Ky 43 and 44 connect ot Irvington with e for points on Koidsville branh and 5 run daily Trains Nos a snd 4 connect at Irvinjton with Main Line trains 41 4 43 and 4 T TralniJi Trains 3 t Daily rains Nos 3 and 3 4 42 Safety u3 97 0933567 Â¬ Hanking house and lot Other real estate U S Ilonds Other stocks and bonds Specie Currency 300000 1150000 1030000 Commercial - Hotel JAMIS MAURIS J Comfort HHunsche Louisvi ad Evansville 3086 1000000 5647 SO 73 Proprietor Tnc KEASONAHLD The TAILOR Friday of every month with Casper May Co Packet Line 15647 86 House Newly Furnished Throughout rr Furniture and Fixtures Debts in suit Stamp Account 200000 i94 17 140 00 113372678 Â¬ LIABILITIES Capital stock paid In in cash Surplus fund Undivided profit Due depositors as follows viz I Deposits subject to check on which interest Is not paid 8459735 Time certificates of deposit on which interest Is paid 936SS95 Fund to pay taxes dividend declared Dividend th s day 431000 1000000 PRACTICAL SURVEYOR For information on sur- Â¬ veying write me at F A BE AVI N KY Ft Mall Line Uotween Will be in Clover- Â¬ port on the 2d and 4th Louisville and Evansville STEAMERS Â¬ jSija E G KAGON W A Blihop Â¬ CLOVERPORT 17828630 40606 1353 00 J572678 UltlCKKNHIIMlK P M Ryan Matter Pnner OANNBLTON IND Commissioners Notice ClHCUIT CoUKT Â¬ TARASCON D MARY A JOHDON Sic L Penny Muter L T Conner Pnraer IlalnlllTs A BEAUTIFUL GIFT c ELIZABETH BEAUCHAMP ifcnriants Is hereby State of Kentucv llreckinridgt J having Â¬ TELL CITY R II Ballard 1 ccj County ol A U Skillmkn cashier of Breckinridge Hank a bank located and doing business at No Wall street In the city ol Cloverport In said county being duly sworn says that the foregoing report Is In all re spectsatrua statement of the condition of the said bank at the close of business on the 31st day of Dec 1898 to the best of his knowledge and belief 1 and further says that the business of said bankhas been transacted at the location narntd and not Isswhere 1 and that the above report Is made In compliance with an official notice received from the Secretary of State designating the 31U day of Dec 1898 as the day on which such report shall bo made A U Skillhan Cashier V II Howmn NOTICK IN EQUITY given to all persons Not lie claims against the estate of Willis GJorJon ile ceited to present the same properly proven to the umlrrslgned Commlslo er of the UreclenrhlKC Circuit Court at his officii in llardlnburg Ky on or before the 9th day of Iebruary 189 This January olh 1809 Ci03 IIHOWN C H c c Matter W B Newbell Purter J T Skillman Subscribed and sworn to Mora me by A II Skillman cashier the th day of January 1O99 Ciias U Skillman N P II C Commission expires Jan 16 tgoo VNUIlur 1 Directors DcWitta Little Early Riders Til tarnotu IIUU pill Tho holidays aro fast approachP D STAGGS ing If you havo a friond you aro Dally going to remombor on Christinas ami New exeepr Saturday between LoqIitIIU Amsterdam Freight tblpped by thlt line delivered quick Â¬ what would bo moro appropriato as er than by rail Trarelert will find the tteameri are naiur a gift than a flno Oxford Teachers paiied in equipment and aooommodatloni commissioners Notice Bible bound in morocco You can The bett oullnary ar employed u oooki and Breckenridge Circuit Court menu equal get such a Bible with tho Bhkck theGeneral It offloei to that of the beet hotelt PIT Notice VIIIUm K Drurys udmf ITS aad 178 4th Atenue i s in ENRinaK Newb for ono year for LouIitIII Kiiulty Wlla A Drury et al PePta D L PENNY W W DIM All persons having clslras against the estate of 8250 You cant buy tho Biblo at pre Supt William Urury deceased are notified to pre properly proven to the undersign sent thuitme 0 V WlLUAMB Tt P A rotail for loss than 250 anywhoro ed commissioner ol the Breckenridge Circuit Court Owensboro Ky at his office In the town of Hardinsburg Ky on world By this arrangomont or before the Second Monday In February jij in tho This the Mth day ot February 1809 you practically got tho Newb freo QUS IIHOWNC HCC -4 for ono year 4a4f Notice WHEN DOES YOUR 8UB Tho Childs Bible a beautiful All persons Indebted to J n Whltworth by note SCRIPTION TO THE NEWS and tho News or account are hereby notified to come forward work for children and settle at once or collection will be enforced by for one year lor 200 EXPIRE VQ UAUUAOB Assignee aw Â¬ I J I Mlisssfl Hi I tJMlAtiif Jntiiili iMtfisti j0jii4 p in i tii yf jTJijlijTTjii JBiJ Wj5i4kJggi News 1 - -- - - W tMMMMMMM T- - AJTP 9- - If IHP1 Y jjprWT yyrfT7 i fPTn Vfcl HHJMI I UN V Breckenridge WEDNESDAY FEB was here last week looking for a farm li lt 18W here Thursday on his STEPHENSPORT Ask your grocer for Sen Foam flour Willie and Kster Master Robert Vaughn Bro ou the sick list Misses Kate and Mary Allen and Mr Geo Frymire of Chenault were In town Saturday R A Brashear of Gaa City Ind was in town Sunday to visit his sister Mrs R J Napper Misses Bertha Fettlt Katie Crawford Messrs Forest Blain Qrover Jarrett and Kyle Adkisson attended church at Rome Ind Sunday A school entertainment was given Sat Â¬ urday night combined with a festlble by the pupils of the school of color itbeioR the close of school Misses Essie and Bertie Bruner and Miss ilallie Warfleld of Ekron passed through town Saturday enroute to Chenault to visit the Misses Allen and Mrs Frymire Songs for Sundny School and church are practiced every Wednesday night af Â¬ ter prayermeetlng at Baptist church and all interested in these services are asked to be with us serenading instrumental A seven crowd is now the main attraction in the port wafting out the eyer soul stirring strains of Mr Johnson etc and other good old religous hymns Frank Glasscock of McDanlels passed way to Hardlns burg Prof D S Roberts was in our midst Tuesday in the interest of the B X College Virgil Goodman wont to the entertain mtut at the Mattinglyu school house Saturday The argumentlve intellect of West View resembles thu Spaniards They shoot whether it hits or not G II Hall was here Friday Mr Hall la preparing to hunt a home In the far west May success be your lot Mr Hall Misses Cora aud Essa Mathews accom- Â¬ panied by Messrs W D Smith and Liva Milner called on the Misses Hall Satur- Â¬ day night The Republicans here seem to be in perfect harmony with president McKin ley except S M Heuninger who thinks the president ought to have made him ids private secretary Mr Lamb of Nebraska is visiting in Mr Lamb advises the this vicinity oung men to go nest lie has been in the west ior t0 years He says wages are Wheat worth high and work plentiful 60 cents a bushel aud corn lib cents a bushel Ask your grocer for Sea Foam flour FALLS OF ROUGH Miss Mary Peyton is away visiting Mrs Davison was a guest of Mrs Stone Friday The presenting of Panafore by the Bom to the wife of Mr Bozarth a girl Louisville Dramatic Club brings to us Jan 17th past dajs and pleasures when Mrs Mi David Chambliss Is quite ill with R A Brashear gave a two nights enter- Â¬ la grippe tainment of the same and all thats left Mr Ltslie Brack went to Short Ciewk of us here as represented there are Ellie Pope Helm now Saturday Butter cup Mrs Held lifta returned to btt kotae Mrs R W Vaughn the Captian llew itt Hawkins Cousin Phoebe your hum at West Point ble scribe Mrs Jennie Morgan was a guwt of her And so the Rev Sam Jones It in trou Â¬ husband at the depot Monday ble over a bit of plain talk Well if Rv Mr and M s EI1U Fentress and baby Jones does say aome hard things he were guests of their sister Sunday scarcely ever miwes the truth and if Mrs Stouo was the guest ol Mrs Cham- Â¬ good can be accomplished in even this bliss aud Mia Mercer Thursday rough way let him talk his nay and per Â¬ Mif s Jenniu Green has a pretty visitor haps with our more modest divines in meekness with a bit of plaimups from the city but I failed to catch her their mixed in two fold good can be accom Â¬ name Charlie Stone came down from Louisplished at least it is worth the trying ville and spsnt a few hours at home Fri- Â¬ Once upon a time n good lady was day heard to remark that one Sunday niter Mr Sam Morgin who has been quite called to see a tick friend nnd noon elio was entertained by the bad sipping und ill is able to attend to his duties at the feather pulling of the entire community depot again Mr Editor please excuse haste and and felt she was luck to be tliu one present wo think it would huvo been lack of interesting items aud I shall try more beneficial to let her mind run on to better after this the weather or some other as common Mother earth and h r innumerable placeand harmless subject Just for in- Â¬ family were decorated with fcott and stance now when u brother who bus beautiful llikt 8 of biiow la3t week reached the top round of time and is fast A big protracted meeting is in progress going down the other side in leading nt Union Chappie and a gieat deal of public bcrvicea say such uncalled for good is being accomplished I am told und ridiculous things as to make the The wedding bulls are again pealing young fJkfl laugh let ho who gives t- e forth strains of happy music their in causo be the one censured as the eileel tervals ol repose is of short duration at was out natural and let not thoso who this place it a ems have had their day of laughing and all Mrs Boll Dswees of Gendeane Borta of other things look with disdain they who aru now mirthful for young parsed through hero enroute to Short at people will laugh wheu no irreverence Creek Saturday where sho will visit friends and relatives to the hoube ol Uod is thought of Charles Stone has resigned his position Ask your groter for Old Glory bur in Chicago and accepted one with tlio L II St L Ry company in the WEST VIEW train service ou thu main line Mr Robert Chambliss is finishing up the busiiicts phono from here to Glen Henry Roberta is ou the sick lif t deane Mr Chambliss iB very enthusias Â¬ Ask your grocer for Old Glor 11 Mir tic in promoting the telephone interebt The wife of B S Arms is improving Many thanks Golden rod and I tdiould Fiank fckillmans hdiool clc seu Friday feel it n great honor and pleasure to TU health of the community is good meet and know ou aud hope such an Ask your grocer for fca Fcxun flour opportunity may some time present I Jote Gray of Hariidd was her Satur Â¬ am of the feminine gender and un Â¬ day marriedEd Ben McCoy of Eveleigh pasted here I notice in some fashion notes that Saturday be J tpieads nd pillow shams are out of Saturday was a line day foT loafing sad dU and that the proper coverings for bids and pillovt is stuu in rich but sub we took advantage Mat Harper and fnuiily thiak of mor dued coloring such M are obtained in Also dimity bed spreads India shawl ing to Illinois noon in soft color finished with iniliw awi Somu of the hustling farmers are done dimity pillow Blips to cover th white burning plants bedo one they uru to bu triimd in nifflw awl Daniel Amies of Harned wn licru lace prospecting Saturday I have lately becomo a hiibriLor to Quite a number in this vicinity had the Saturday Evening Port published business at HardiuHburg last week weekly by the Curtis Publishing com Mr Ruby of Cairo Henderson county pany Philadelphia It was founded A Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ IXAGiSJ YOU AEE MISSING some good things if you fail to attend iiiiG i DISCOUNT AT THE FAIR Cloverports Leading One-Price-House cj2a Like to of Vertras wore guests of Mrs Moyen of land last measured made a larger Wednesday night hear from some one who Mr 8am Jacobs has rotumed homo yield Mr Frank Warron of Ooollla was hero Nearly nil tho young people from thf neighborhood attended tho noclal at Ool Sunday Veil Ghorgo how vaa you gottlng on Greens charming homo last Friday MIbs Dan Martin ban returned home Avtiy so many miles night An excellent time Is the universal from 0 us tor Und how vn8 cforydings Kboud report Born To tho wife of James Sublett Doin Philypeunuts Isles People will talkjuid promoters ol a son Jnnuaiy 27 telephono lines aro glad of It We aro Dot fellow Nngginaldo ho Born A bod January 27 to tho wife now being connected with Falls of of JefTTronton the Plains Vas pretty fresh I gituss Hough Fordsvllle and the world general Â¬ Gabe Mtndor Jr leaves this weok for I dink in just ahoud a veek ly Buffalo Ky to attend school Daroll bo vun Dngo less Tho Key Hodge Bemlnary student Mr Raymond Moador of Custer was If ho keeps fooling met you Chorgo will visit here at tne closo of this weex Sunday calling on one of the fairest In Utopia Hall next Sunday hero Und dare vill bo also and preach Mr Dick 0 Vson of Ellzabethtown morning Eloquent ana instructive Gold collars mit no heck to fit was here Saturday and Sunday the guest Hear him Down ad Hollohcllo B 8 Clarkson Ernest Robertson has purchased over ol his brother Dr Judy representing the G F Har- Â¬ pounds tobacco and la out one hundred Veil Chorgo half Hopson got daro ycl Brlngsampleofyour vey Drug Co of Sarat ga Springs N Y for as much more not he will sonic day If dark tobacco to him and holl make you called on Dr Strother Sunday Profiding dot too many girls Mr Simon Wei of Lexington was a tempting ofler for it Dont stob him on der way Conslderrnle excitement attended a here Saturday and bought two hundred Und ven he does get ouid daro py small pox report In this neighborhood and fifty fat cattle of Mr Jesa Olarkson Mrs B S Clarkson has returned from last week There ifl no small pox hero Dcm Philypcanuts Isles BRANDENBURG thore Is no one here who has had a Louisville and was accompanied by her I vish dot all dem nctif girls chance for It and we aro not fearing it daughter Miss Lydla who has been in Vould dress ub in dare smiles anymore than Clovorporlers are fearing tho city for several wc fits Fifth Sunday and no prenching Und meet him down dor py der shore Miss Annie Clarkson daughter of The young folks had a fine time skat- - the bubonic plague Und show him dot he doand know Misa Arrie Robertson and Masters F AClarksonof near Bowleyvllle died ing lost Sunday Owen Hunter and Elliott and Walter Vot kissing is undil he got Come to the Normal literary Friday Moorman were at Hardinaburg Thursday Wednesday nig it and was burled here Ouid py Hellohello at the Methodist church remelery The night February 3 and Friday taking examination for grad Â¬ funeral services were conducted by Mrs 8 P Woolfolk spdutSutulay with uation from common school course Brother Walton Miss Anna had suf Veil Chorge und dit you heard der new3 Mrs Charles Cispurke Iho Faithful Four passed well and will fered severely for a long time but she Vas id by cable sent MLsa Bettie Clarkaati has takni eUarge be awarded their diplomas at the insti Â¬ bore it without a mutmur Dey vas going to make qu run of the tplojhoMe exakange tute next summer To be der Bresideot Mies Hilda MUingy one of the ex CHENAULT It was our good fortune and pleasure was tiie giet of Miss Llda to spend a part of last week with the aminer Dey half id all fixed ub an on good people of our county seat Hardina- Â¬ Powell Der tigget dare mit you Sheriff W B Gardner was with us Virginia Rhodes was out Satur burg quiet and substantial is now thor- Â¬ again last week Mies Dey put a friend uf yours his name oughly interested in a protracted meet day as blooming as a rose alter her in Miss Hi Roberts called on Miss Abba Is Gif Dem Fitz Lee Hugh ing which seems to be doing great good disposition Bell Friday afternoon Und if you are not busy Chorge Bro Bighaui is doing some eloquent Dick Wales a colored man who Btood Miss Bessie Cunningham visited Misa The choir with Miss Annie preaching Yust come right home and go Â¬ well iu the community died last Thurs DeJernetr at the organ and Bro Davis to Magie Stallmau last week Uitd run for Bresidont and day alter a long illness and was buried lead move witli song those who escape Mrs Tom Brodie was the guest of Mrs from the colored Baptist church Dot tarn Hellohello J the strong appeals from the pulpit Miller Wednesday evening Misses Lula and Minnie Bland and Both the News and the Beaver Dam Miss Lizzie Fite of Derby Ind is the James Bondurant and Henry Cowley Veil Chorge auf wicdorielm moin friend Gleaner have been throwing huge bou guest of Miss Maggie Brodie attended the party last Saturday night Und also too wie g hts at honest Jerry Tilford And they Mr Joe Gilliland who has been very at Mr Charles Andersons near Guston quets hobo dot ferry soon youll conic are right and will never give him more ill for some time is no better C Haskins from Grinuell III will than he deserves Even Jerry well Pack py der Union Sdades Mrs Lum Jarboe and niece spent Sun- Â¬ settle in Cluverporr He hails from a known of all men as a model railroad Und ven you are der Bresident thriving little city named for my hus man is not alone in excellent traits day with Mrs Miller aud niece Mit Gif Dem Fitz Lee Hugh bands family The town in France for The Branch has another man genial La grippe has reached us at last Sev- Â¬ the original family is spelled Grenele gif you some atvice Perhaps accommodating honest giod eral cases now and some recovering popular Brother Litchfield assisted by Brother looking tender as a woman smiling as a Und tolt you vot to do Misa Isabel Pike ofFlint Island is the Bingham of Hardinaburg will begin a healthy babe and happy as innocence guest of her aunt Mrs W O Miller For you half pecn eo long ouid dare series of protracted meetings at the M itself Lee Montgomery is the man to Miss Abba Bell of Rhodelia is the Vare efcrydinga is slow E churcli ou the fourth Sunday in Feb whom I refer though Uncle Johnny guest of her aunt Mis J F Jarboe Youll need some poinders ven you come ruary Mussulman fits the description fully ex- Â¬ Aunt Melissa Cunningnam visited Back from Hellohello Mr Editor you made me do Adelina cepting the Apollo like looks friends and relatives at this place last Baltimore American Patti a great injustice She is now a week Ask your grocer for Old Glory flour wife for the third time instead of the Misses Essie and Birdie Bowmer of second and yet her traveling cape was Ekron Ky are visiting relatives at this HARDINSBURG ornamented with true loveiu kuots place D 1728 and purchased in 1729 by Ben 1 but they have certainly found the Truly there must be many loves We are glad to say that Aunt Jane Ask your grocer for Old Glory flour spring of perpetual youth for they look j amine Franklin its title then was the My old friend and schoolmate Annie Cunningham is improving after a severe Pennsylvania Gazette Till 17G3 when but little older than when they moved Scott Brashear of Onensboro is to be The Eclipse Grocery Company is nc illness it passed into other hands a d became from here They have a host of friends congratulated upon the success of her joke Mesdames Scott Cunningham and the possessor of its present title It is here w ho hope they may live to spend children Her son lias been commisIf you want to take anything take the Fleilz were the guests of Mrs Roberts the best paper of its kind I have ever many more such happy birthdays and sioned first lieutenant in the Fourth Krip Monday read Last week was the franklin num- Â¬ ChristmaHsc H in their Old Kentucky Regiment Kentucky Volunteers and her Flour has advanced seventy cents on llotne ber and it was a gem Mrs W O Miller and niece Isabel daughter Miss Gense has been elected the barrel Pike spent last Thursday with Mrs Burt The suow last Tuesday was an ideal The death angel has again visited our secretary of the Owensboro board of Circuit Court will convene Monday Cunningham one it was the moat beautiful sight I midst and this time claimed for his own underwrltcra February 13 ever boheld every old dilapidated tree the dear wife of James Nichols nee Messrs Herman and Ambrose OBryan So many of my pupils ask me What About forty new suits have been filed stopped at J F Jarboes last week while shrub or bush heap was turned into a Nonnie Uruner She leaves two little is classical music and many other thing of beauty clothed in robes of the oues who will never know a mothers people ask the same question Classical for Circuit Court enroute to Ddrby Ind soft clinging snow tinted in hues of love- Â¬ loe She had been down some time is a term applied in music as in art aud Taylor Meador has a very sick child Misses Nell Bennett and Mary E Mc ly pluk by the planting rays of the setting with that dread disease consumption literature to such works as have held with pneumonia Qulty of Derby Ind spent last week sun Then the night was iudetcriahly and realized that she could not get well their place iu general estimation for a Dr P W Foote of Iryington was in with Miss Bessie Cunningham lovely beneath the silver sheens of tro but was perfectly resigned to the will of considerable time aud to euch works as town last Monday Mr Joe Blako and brother Willie of She called all her loved ones are generally considered to be of the brightest moon light with hero and God Judge Mercer went to Glendeane Mon- Â¬ Battletown Meade county were at Abe there dusky shadows cast by tlie snow around her and admonished them to live Bme Btyle nnd type Wo especially ap Â¬ day on legal business Bennetts last week on business laden fences or trees which relieve the right and gave them such words of ply the term to the works of the old Go down to TielTA Hobena and exam- Â¬ Mr Bob OBryan of Mooley ville was dazzling brightness of the sparkling cheer and comfort as only one can who masters in sonata form Schumanns the guest of his friend Mr Paul Pike scene How beautiful is Gods handi- Â¬ is upheld aud sustained by the Everlast- Â¬ muaic is more romantic but is now con Â¬ ine their bg range stove You can buy goods in this town now while Ysiting his grandfather last wetk May the husband be com sidered classical but not heavy work I how impossible to describe or im- Â¬ ing Arms mighty cheap for the cash Mr J F Jarboe and family of Mool itate itl yet the wish was in my heart foited in his great lost aud have Divine There were nineteen examined last Oh to be a great artist that I mipht guidance and help in raising his mother Thursday all of T C Lewis went to Louisville last Fri Â¬ eyville have moved to this neighbor- Â¬ whom with one excephood We are glad to have them with find words to describe or reproduce it less little ones and may the father tion will receive diplomas Six of the day and returned Saturday mother brother and sisters bo live that Vain wish of course city hall still us Tho big revival at the applicants were pupils ol Brandenburg they uiHy meet dear Nonnie where part- Â¬ School coses at this place Friday with Normal Miss Ethel King will receive continues with great interest ing is no more first priz and I dont remember how Miss Tula Daniel has been confined to an entertainment We are sorry to say GARFIELD good bye to Mr DeJernette as he is such the others ranged My niece Miss Ruth her home several days with the grip SUNNY DALE a kind teacher Phillips fifteen is happy oyer the idea Mrs Jane Gardner has been confined Ask your grocer for Sea Foam fl jur Miss Julia Cunningham of Mooley of haying a framed sheepskin in the to her home several weeks with grip School closed Saturday Jan 28tli Mr Abe Bruner who has been very yille visited relatives and friends at this Miss Mabel Ask your grocer for Sea Foam flour common school branches The B N College opened its spiing sick is slowly improving Mr Wallace Nedly of Meade county Siacklett my music pupil will also bd session last Monday with a good attend- Â¬ place last week She was accompanied Miss Addio Parsons of Coostantine is iB home by little cousin McConnell Messrs proud possessor of another visiting relatives in this neighborhood ance visiting uncle Hill Gregory and Bristow aud Hardesty are as proud Mr Edward Tobin will leave tomor- Â¬ Mr Herbert Skillinan of Shruwsberry Mrs R M Jolly of Irvlngton has family their pupils while Mr AbIi row for his home in Union county after Ky is golnR to live with Mr Mattlngly as few days here visiting The baby boy of Mr and Mrs Tom craft is all smiles Now for the county been spending a an extended visit with friends and relathis year her old friends Gregory has been vwy sick hut is niot commencement His wife will remain with her tives We hear that Mr William Bowmer Miss Mary LaSler has been in town parents woll igiiu has sold a part of his timber Mr Bow tho past week attendfng the revival at Mr Virgil Smith who has Uaem Hviag GLENDEANE Isono of the hustling men of this sec SAMPLE the city hall in Indiana for tho past sewn years is tin The livery stable bui run by 8 A homo to Bpend the wiuter Welcome No small pox at Glendeane Mi Jae Durham one of tha hustling Dan Haynes was In town Thursday Pate meets all the trains You can ride home Virgil Ask j our grocer for Sea Foam il ur Ask your grocer for Old Glory flour ior ten cents Miss Ltte Black has gone to Texas to Mrs Deweea was visiting in Grayson Charley Cashman took a run over to M Miller spent several days last week visit her sister and other relatives Liz coutity last woek Union Star last Saturday aud returned iu Owensboro zie is a dear good Christian girl and w e Tom Owen is expected here from Sunday evening hope she may meet with the success she Amon Jolly son of Rev G N Jolly Owensboro this week so richly deserves Will Beard will move back here this Is a visitor in our midst Lewis Kincheloe was the guest of Miss week from rordayllle He intends to M Miller and wife are contemplating Mr Tom Thomas and Miss Laura Mary Moorman Sunday Contagious blood poison is absolutely open a butcher shop a visit to New Orleans in the near fu- Â¬ Sipes were married January 18 at the beyond tho skill of tho doctors They John Deano was sick last week but Is Win Lamb aud wife who have been ture home of the bride We wish you much may doso n patient for years on their about able to be out again here the past three months left yester- Â¬ happiness Laura in your new life may Miss D Basham is visiting her parents mercurial and potash remedies but ho Paul Dempster has returntd to Louis day for their home at Blair Nebraska there only be clouds enough to temper Mr and Mrs F W BaBham of this will novcr bo rid of tho disease on tho villo to continue his studies in Medical the glare of the sunshine The singing and prayer service con- Â¬ place other hand his condition will grow ducted by Rey A 11 Dayis has been an Our school closed Friday This is Mr Bteadily worse S S S is tho only euro College Mrs A O Hunter visited her daugh- Â¬ Dick Jones and and Jim Powell who interesting feature of the big reviyal at ter Mrs E O1 Haynes of Cloverport Warnle Macya third term at this place for this terrible affliction becauso it is the only remedy which goes direct to have been in Illinois for several months the city hall and every pupil voted for him as their tho cuubo of the disease and forces it Sunday returned last week Everyone teacher for another term from tho system The plaintiffs in the damage suit of Miss Annie L Bennett spent several likes Warniua progressive way of teach Â¬ Oy Miller and Lafe Withers camo Thomas B Chandlers administrator days last week in Hardinaburg the guest I was n filleted with TUrwiri Pnlaon ind thn ing and we hope he will accept our best doctors did me no pood though I took down from Kirk Sunday and were guests against tho Texas railroad company be- Â¬ of friends weir treatment laita school next fall gan taking depositions at V G Babbages lully In fact I seemed at Squire Moormans William Hendrick Jr of Clover Creek to got vrorso all the Brother C M Buchanan baptd Public term of school closes Tuesday office yesterday vulle I took almost passed through town Saturday enroute every so called blood of this weok Â¬ Mies Moorman doesnt twelve happy converts into the member O L Beard took a day or two off last remedy but they didnot to Mr J S Haynes seem to reach the dis- Â¬ continue her department ship of Lost Run church Christmas day week to visit his farm the old John ease nnd had no effect Master J F Miller visited his sister the result of a three weeks series of whatever 1 waB dis Miss Julia Chambliss after a pleasant Hardin place on Clover creek He has Mrs Hughes Frymire of Preston last heartened for It seemed meeting at that place Seven more that 1 would never be visit to friends here returned to her Charley Gross superintending it this Thursday and Friday cured At the advlca of home at Haynesyille Saturday stand approved for baptism This fs his year and he expects to mako a fine crop a friend AI then took The firm of M Miller D S Miller a a a second year with the church and mush iM Mrs Ola Meyer of Buras has petition- Â¬ Frank Duncan and family left here move I continued the have dissolved partnership D 8 Miller visible good has been done in that time medicine and It cured mo completely build morning forTexas Mr Duncan ed the county court to have her name having sold his part to M Sunday Miller will re- Â¬ For several years the church had been Inn up my health and Increasing my appetite changed to Ola Alexander Her former Although this was ten yean ago I have never had run a corn mill hero for sometime to his farm near New Bethel low ebb but by the earnest work of ret had a slun of the ulteaso to return at a husband Leo Meyer secured a divorce turn Sidney Owen closed a successful term W It Newman the pastor the church la very much reMiss Nellie Miller accompanied by Btaunton Va somo time slnco In the Jefferson county ol school near West View last Saturday vived and seems like Lost Itun of olden the charming daughter of Mr Julus la llko Bolf dostructlon to continuo Circuit Court It to take potush and mercury besides Sidney will enter school somewhere in a times Dutschke Misa Anna of Pleasant Val- Â¬ A Louisville merchant has written to totally destroying tho digestion thoy short Itmo Mr Blllie Scott wife and daughter parties here in regard to opening a big ley visited her parents last Saturday up tho marrow in tho bones pro-Â¬ dry Jim Lawronca has taken the contract and Sunday at Mt Pleasant Mrs Jatnrs Bush of Allen Collin coun Â¬ ducing a stillness and swelling of the Within the last for cutting a thousand trees on a tract of dry goods house here ty Texas who have been visiting friends Joints causing tho hair to fall out nnd It is with regret that we relate the two months business in this town has John Deanea laud lying next to Glen Â¬ and relatives In Kentucky for the past complotoly wrecking tho system been on the increase and we can stand deaths of Mrs 0 8raith on the deane Ho has begun tho work month started home January 17 This 15th of January and her son on the 24th another big store or I wo Walter Moorman wins the medal for following Both were prominent mem Â¬ wai their first visit here since they highest avorago at garduatlon examina Â¬ moved to the Lone Star State seventeen bers of this community and the bereav Â¬ BIG SPRING yeara ago Thty spent Xmas and both Is guaranteed Purely Vegetable and Ii tion Elliott Moorman was a ooso com Â¬ ed family have the sympathy of their Aunt tho only blood remedy free from these petitor for tne honors of tho class their birthdays in Kentucky many friends dangerous minerals Ask your grocer for Old Glory Hour Mat was sixty two December 27 and Sam Haycraft a successful farmer near Book on eolf trcatmont sent freo hy Ask your grocer for Sea Foam Flour Uncle Blllie was siity three January Swift Bpeolflo Company Atlanta Ga Miss Etta Gross and Misa Berny Miller here raited 1080 lbs of tobacco on a DINKELSlPIEL TO DEWEY men In this section has nold hla crop at a good figure Ho told me that he had abont 30000 lbs Mr Editor we heard a man the other day eay that he had not taken tho Nkws lor two years but found that he could not bo without it so he subscribed again Our school closed last Saturday About 150 people were present and all seemed to enjoy themsolves very much We are indebted to Messrs Kennle and Ernest Ktiodes and Miss Julia Rhodes oLMcDaulels and the Messrs Matting ly for their able assistance in the closing exercises This is our last months report The pupils names are given in their order Alvin Downier Kichard Mattlngly Anna West Minnie llrown Mary Mattlngly Coleman West flattie West Jessie Bow man Frank Brown Loo HuUey Jennie Mattlngly Yen Lymer Bernard Matting ly Martin Mattlngly Others did well but owing to a few days absence their names are not given Â¬ V Â¬ 1 slik I Â¬ Ill Â¬ 1 hr Â¬ Doctors Cant Cure It 1 Â¬ Â¬ SSSrTLBlood