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Digital page images are linked to the text file. mWh nlw THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ATyTy THE NEWS THATS RIT TO PRINT NO 30 LOCAL IMPORTANT DEAL fit VOL XXIII OLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBUAEY 8 1899 FINE SHOWINQ A WORLD Irvlngton HELLO BEATER The Most Extraordinary Chase On Record JOHN Postofflce Doing n Fine Business PROGRESS Telephone Men Galore in Town This Week Captain Baker Buys a Big Farm Ballard In HE WAS A PEACH at a ADDITIONAL FOR BRYAN AND SILVER Fine fat mackerel at Sulzurs Canned Vienna sausage at SuV rs Canned sour kraut a great delicacy at Fox T DITTOS FOX STORY Queen is What Her Name plies Im- Â¬ One of tho best evidinces of tho growth and prosperity of the hustling little town of Irvlngton is tho splendid growth of tho receipts of her postoflhe Stamp to the amount of 42 DM were cancellod for tho month of January 1HD8 and Btaoips to tho amount of 350 45 wore sold while orders to tho number of 35 nero issued The report for tho month of January 1810 is Stamps cancelled 51 82 stamps sold fGO DO money orders issued 41 The office has six dally mails and ev Â¬ en tri weekly malls Tho postmaster Roy J Cain is making a fine record rs a courteous painstaking hustling ofll ial Captain 8 J Baker of Patesville returned yesterday from a trip to Bal lard county where ho invested in a lino Looked Like an Unsophisticated 15 per acre for 150 acre farm paying Country Boy the place He is on a trade by which ho may acquire 200 acres of land adjoin Â¬ Â¬ SulTe Colored collars the latent fid for men Si late of Hftrlin8uurtf cmue sifcii Tne wy ou Wsltvejid Huers Local Democrats Subscribing lo a Campaign Fund over in THE HARRISON TOLL LINE Ohio Valley io Meet the Cum bcrland CONSTRUCTION WILL SOON Bl QIN ing this purchase and will trado Breck rnrldge county laud for tho latter Cap tain Bakers new farm is three miles from the railroad and Is eight miles from WjcllAei the county seat of llallard He lias bought the lands as a specula tion Rad has no intenta of moving Â¬ WAS A CRACK-A-JAC- K PORGIiR i S Henry ni Vest Ioiut Hyiium Ite Â¬ rated al Chattanooga Tenn Jiwbp Howard contracting RtptA for THE CAUSE the Jleano Tie Co was in iaAisville Monday on business GETS ABOUT 150 there Had Three Bad Checks for 5500 Miss Lula Harrington oi Muldraugh Breckeuridge County to be Can who has been the gueBt of Mr and Mrs vassed Each Soe Seymour left for home yesterday SUCCEEDED IN SHE WARDED THE BURROW A Hound on The Track Contlniously For 36 Hours SERIOUS ACCIDENT A FINE PASSING ONE Three Companies Looking the Local Field Over of PROGRAM Henderson to Have a Convention Â¬ Frank Fralze Was the Victim of His Wiles INSTANTLY KILLED William Batts Fell From a Car WANT TO RAISE ONE THOUSAND Urey Woodson Succeeds In Raising the Wind Mere K v m a i i 5 V M i Tlie greatest fox cliaso o which is any authentic record took place neighborhood of Long Branch in Meade county last week Ben Matthews a colored man living at Long Branch has a fox hound named Queen One evening last week wl eu the air was soft Queen and her companion Don trgether with Jim Bickerstaffs Old Maje started for the hills near by and wero not long absent when they started a vigorous old foz By their vigorous mouthing it was known that they itad a warm scent and were on the trail of a foz of floe staying qualities For several hours during the night the residents of that vicinity could here all three hounds tongueing together and then the two male dog dropped out of the run leaving Queen to keep up the chaso alone All night long she followed the trail and along toward morning was joined by some fresh hounds who stayed with her for a few hours fell out rented up and joined in the chase again at intervals during the next twenty hours On the second day of the chase Will LaGranda Tige a hound noted ror its staying qualities joined her and remain- Â¬ ed until the close of the run Queen was on the run without rest the entire 30 hours consumed in the chase She stopped only when she had run reynard to cover After she had accomplished this she lay down and guard- Â¬ ed the burrow and when found by her owner was so stiff and sore that she could not move a limb and had to be carried to the house Matthews her owner thinks she is the best foz bound on earth and would not trade her for the best horse in Ken Â¬ Â¬ Hardinsburg Man May Have to Judging from present indications Clovthere Have His Foot Amputated erpoit is to be a great talking center in the Shot dun Exploded and Killed his Favorite Hunting Dog A serious accident happened to Lee Butterworth one of the men who h jm ployed at the stave yard at Hardinc burg One day last week ho had been out huutirg and had returned home when he let his gun fall off his shoulder It went off and the load in one of the barrels went into his foot making a very ugly and painful wound Tim other load hit his dog standing near him and killed it Drs Kincheloe and Board were called to attend Mr Butter worth and dresipd the wound but his foot may yet have to be amputated QOOD MAN QONE Â¬ James Pryor ninor Stricken With Heart Disease at Addison The representatives cf three different concerns were in the city this week look- Â¬ ing the Held over The Ohio Valley Telephone Company has leased office rooms over the Breckinridge Bank for a period of ten years and will establish tho headquarters for the local exchange therein J T Featherstone superintendent of construction was here Monday making measurements ior the cables and prepar- Â¬ ing for the work of installing tho bj stem He says that Oloverport will he provided with a switchboard with one hundred drops and the local Bystem will embrace all the latest improvements with metal- Â¬ lic circuit and long distance communica- Â¬ tion over copper wires Manager Ashe of the Harrison tele- Â¬ phone comoany came up from Owens boro Monday and made arrangements to put in a fine long distance telephone service It will be operated as a toll line and will be provided with modern equip Â¬ ment Manager Boardman of the Cumberland Valley Telephone company with headquarters at Owensboro was in town The Cumberland lines are yesterday already completed to a point within four miles of town and from here the Ohio Valley company will build to the Hancock county line to meet the Cumberland line The material for construction is now being shipped here from Louisville Â¬ Â¬ g ti 9 rV t 5 Died near Addison Ky Mr James Pryor Minor in the CSth year of his age gentle aud refined with a high sense of honor He belonged to the old school who are fast passing away His health had been failing for a year and for weeks at times he suffered great difficulty in broathing How blessed in old age und sickness the Savior comes to our relie and lakes us to that home beyond where the inhabitant will never more saj I am sick He desired to be buried by his father and mother in Bloomfiold Nelson county where he was born and where he lived the greater part of his life His funeral was preached by the Rev Mr Joiner from the beautiful text I would not live always He formi ily tucky He says the reason her mate Don did owned one of the must beautiful homes not Btay in the race until the finish was in Nelson county and in his younger because he bad been caught in a Bteel days it was the scene of much hospitali Â¬ trap a few days before and had one toe ty and many festive occasions He was the son of William Minoi of lopped off Even in this crippled con- Â¬ he stayed in for hours and only Nelson county and a grandson of Col dition gaye up when the wound opened afresh Nicholas Minor who was one of the and the pain prevented him from run- Â¬ farmers of the early constitution of Ken- Â¬ tucky He was unmarried and leaves ning This story is vouched for by John T one brother Wm E Minor Ditto who is known as an enthusiastic A BIG DEAL and hunter LONQ ON TELEPHONES Three Companies Are In Existence at the Little Town of Fordsvllle Fordsville has three incorporated telephone companies says the Express A little over a year ago the Fordsville Telephone company was incorporated About three months ago the Ohio County Telephone company saw the light of day and this week the Fordsville Harrison company was organized and will be incorporated and capitalized at 1000 The line will be a metallic circuit and the very best of service in every particular It will parallel the Cumberland line and will connect with the Owensboro Har Arrange rison company at Fordsville Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ truthful foz Â¬ v- - - lw rv - HA w r h i- - Paul Perry of Columbus Ga suffered Bunch of Cattle Sold for a Comfortable Fortune egony ior thirty years and then cured his Tiles by using DeWittB Witch Haul Salve It heals injuries and skin dis- Â¬ One of the biggest live stock deals neHaynes eases like magic Short gotiated in this section lately took pice February 4 J F ClarksoD the ncted UTOPIA HONOR ROLL Big Spring stock dealer sod to Sinon Weil of Lezington 250 head of cattle What The Pupils at the Banner School that averaged 1100 pounds in wejbt The animals were weighed and shipped Are Doing from Ekron Mr Olarkson received the comfortable little fortune of 118GS75 At Utopia for the last month of the for the beeves public term closing January 31 Miss Are you restless at night and harassed Meda Maxwell has the distinction of be- Â¬ Use BALLARD8 ing perfect Others in the order of their by a bad cough standing are Sallle Robertson Rosebud UOREHOUND SYRUP it will secure Moorman May Dempster Daisy Deane you sound sleep and effect a prompt Emma Dee Moorman Walter Moorman and radical cure Price 25 cents and 50 Ray Moorman Elliott Moorman Harry cents A II FiBher Moorman Owen Hunter Alma Matting LARGE SHOWINQ ly Ada Maltingly Ollie Hoskins John Fisher Robert Fisher Lluie Fisher Others whose work is meritorious for Cloverpoit Postofflce Receipts Larg the time present are Fred McDonald est In History Stylle Howard Guylie Howard Jessie Garey Ed Olemmons Arrie Robertson The postal receipts at the Oloverport and Walter Lesher postofflce for the month of January were the largest in the history ol tho ofllcp The stamp sales for the month amounted A LITTLE SUFFERER to 200 54 This will rival the business done in many towns of 4000 population FaoO Hands and Arms Covered With How a Cure 8orotulou8 Humors A Thrllty Farmers Wife Was Ef footed The Elizabethtown News is bragging When five years old my little boy had ccrofula on his face hands and arms It about the thrifty farmers help meets in was worst on his chin although tho sores Hardin ye Meade ha one woimn that on his checks and hands wero very bad they cant hold a candle to Mrs A It appeared in tho form of red pimples Ditto Jr of Long Branch shipp d last which would fester break open and run week to the Louisville Hotel one case of and then scab over After disappearing eqr gs and 200 pounds of dressed turkoys they would break out again They caused Thomas A Mulligan the proprietor was Intense itohing and the littlo sufferer had so well pleased with the turkeys that he to bo watched continually to keep him front scratching the sores We became save her 2 cents over the market price My for them greatly alarmed at his condition wlfoa mother had had scrofula and tho Had a Dig Crowd only medicine which had helpd hor was Hoods Barsaparilla We decided to glvo The steamer John K Speed touched It to our boy and wo noted an Improve Â¬ at this port Sunday night and took on ment In his case very soon After giving 10000 hoops consigned to New Orleana him f our bottles of Hoods Barsaparilla by Ohas May of this city The Speed the humor had all been driven out of his bad an immense crowd of passengers bloo and it has never since returned aboard They were bound for New 416 South Williams St Wrxxuu BAirrz Orleans to take In the Mardl Uras festi Â¬ South Bend Indiana You can buy Hoods Barsaparilla of all vities druggists Be sure to get only Hoods Â¬ Â¬ ments will also be made to connect with both the Fordsylllo and Hartford and Fordsville and Glendeane lines so that messages can be sent from Glendeane aud all stations on the line and from Hart ford and all statlous between there and are being Arrangements Fordsville made to LullJ a Hue to Owensboro at once Â¬ NO DUTCH NEED APPLY Gertie Phillips Jilted HerGerman Sweetheart And Eloped to Harry a Meade County Boy He lookod like an unsophisticated country youth His clothes were old and Best Speaker In the State Will be ill fitting and exposure to the elements had made his overcoat look like Josephs Present coat of biblical fani it was one of many colors The Eighteenth Annual State Conven He had a stolid countenance and ap- Â¬ tion of Young Meus Christian Associa peared to have been raised in the inner Â¬ tions of Kentucky will bo held nt Hen most deptliB of the wilds of Pincheco but The derson Ky FebruarylC 1i 1S91 as Fred DHuy said That boy would State Committee lias arranged a very fool you strong and attractive program Among Heres the story the speakers are Right R w T U Dud- Â¬ On Thursday a youngster apparently Rev ley D D Bishop of Knntucky about eighteen years oi age appeared at Mr J L Carter Helm Jones D I The Fairand purchased about SI o wortli Wheat and Mr V I McNalr of Louis- Â¬ ofgiods He tendered Manager Cerfn ville Mr Jas A Curry of Lexington check calling for 35 and asked that it be Mr C It Boucher of Owensboro Rov cashed and the value of the goods be de Mr E O F W Harrop of Maysville ducted therefrom Mr 0 Brownell of Evansville Iud The check was drawn on the Hancock K Ober Secretwy International Com- Deposit Bank of Hawesville and pur- Â¬ Mr E W Peck ported tn have been given by Captain S mittee New York State Socertary Indiana Mr John Like J Baker of Patesville in ftvor of Henry South Carolina Mr F II Burt State S Ball The singing will be Secretary Illinois Mr Cerf becamo suspicious and refused led by the Indiana Male Q lartette to cash the check The deal was off A special rate of one and one third Tho boy next called 011 Ernest C UbI fare for the round trip has been secured bgi aud offered him fifty cents to cash a and the Henderson Association will en check or o5 but Ernest was foxy and tertain all dolegates Large delegations said Nay nay Pauline from the thirty Associations of the State He then went to the bank and offered aro expected the young men froui cities the check for payment Cashier Skillman towns colleges and railroad centres of questioned the boy closely He said the the State having no Associations will be check was in payment for services lie had welcomed as honored delegates if they rendered Captain Baker aud also for cat- Â¬ obtain credentials from the State Secre- Â¬ tle he had sold the latter He said he tary lived within three miles of Mr Baker and Further particulars credentials pro- Â¬ told so plausible a tale that the bank of Â¬ grams etc may bo obtained of any As ficials tlnaliy cashed the check sociation St cretary in the State or from Tho youth then went to FN Dtluys Henry E Rosovear State Secretary where he bought a i gold watch and Fourth and Broadway Louisville Ky offered another check for 35 It was drawn on the samo parties and was idenHERES 16 TO tically the same as the first check Mr DHuy took the check to tho bank One Family That Believes In flood to see if it was good and this caused the officials to believe that something was Reading rotten in Denmark and they went to tho boyaml took the 155 in casli that had Says the Guston correspondent been paid on the check by the bank 1 Here aro the kind of 10 to people I away from him like to see I visited a family in Meade Mr Dfluysdeal was off county the other day and wo were speakTho youth still had another check for ing of news papers and named over tho 55 on his person and he wont over to papers thuy take iu their homo aud F Fraizas where he purchased 7 worth here are the names of them Hhkcksn of merchandise presonted the check in Meade payment and received 48 change itiKdi News Courier Journal in County Messenger ladies Home JourHe then skipped out nal Comfort Saturday Evening Post Searcli was made for him and it is unChristian Advocate American Riview of derstood that detective Hicks Wills has Reviews Cosmopolitan Aigoso Munsey him located and will have him under ar Agricultural Epitomist Home and Farm rest ere twenty four hours haye passed Delineator Sunday School Tiinss Our Captain S J Baker whoso nama was Little Ones aud if that does not make forged to the check was in the city yes Â¬ 10 papers to oue family I dout know terday ou Ills way home from Ballard how to cou it and this is every word as county and in an interview with the true as gospel Who can beat it Next NKwasaid that thu checks were forgiries Sunday School Convention He does not know the former from the de District Sun lay scription given The Bewleyville It is rumored fiat the youth tried to school Association will meet in Webster checks in Fordsville the same pass president think of hold ng the and meeting the i0 li if May All of the day he operated here hut wa iuueucci ss district schools are expected to attand ful and help to make things interesting All for firty Ciil Snnday BcliOwl workers in tho county are Oimranlcul toiiiu o habit curu maVes weak The president T J Jolly feels meu 3Uoi- - blood pure 60c tl All druggists invited theres nothing like being in time and COMPLIMENTED so beglug early to agitate tho subject Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Christian Workers National Committeeman Urey Wood- Â¬ son of Ortensboro was in the city Fri Â¬ Was Not Seen Until Found Dead on day night in the interest of Bryan and free silver the Tracks He rounded up a dozen or bo of the most enthusiastic Bryan meu and held a William Batts a brakeman on the meeting iu the office of the Breckeuridge Henderson Route living at 12IS Thir Â¬ Inn teenth street Louisville was run over He got several of those present to sub Â¬ and instantly killed Monday night at K scribe to the dollar a month campaign oclock by fraight train No 01 at the fund originated by Coiu Harvey Baskett coal mines seven miles east of bout 150 was pledged at the meet Henderson The train is a local freight iug and was west bound Mr Woodson named F 1 raize as the The accident occurred while the train local treasurer aud he is empowered to was switching some coal cars at the receive all lecal subscriptions station It is supposed that Batts fell Athorougi canvass of the county will from n car No one saw him until he be made in the interest of the fund and was found dead ou the tracks the managers hope to raise at least S1000 Batts was twenty live years of age and iu Breckeuridge ere the next campaign leaves a young wif aud child TlcGavock Wilson John K McGavock one of the most up right and industrious young farmers in Breckeuridge county is to lie mirried to Miss Margurite Wilson at Louisville next Thursday night Miss Wilson lives near Hardinsburg aud is a moit estima ble young lady Tho couule will reside in the future ou a farm near Webster A host of friends join the News in wishing the young couple a lotig and happy wedded life Â¬ at Baskett took SEND US ONE DOLLAR MOOD - InllD pltta hlli rlr KksKKTUlK OIL MUfK by IrtlKM L UH lUDjMllo examination Mauuno u at your freight depot and if found erfect rWittffilJVS il ly miMBfailory ad Mm Â¬ Hill IIIX you cier aw or heard nfpay tho H1KKIIT In rrttltt c5 sjfeaail W HIMIIL 1KII K illlvriur Joseph A Gllllland Dead The many friends of Joseph A Gilli land of Stephensport will be shocked to learn of his death which occurred at his He was a con- Â¬ homo Sunday evening sistent member of the Christian church He was bom at Chenault in 18I1S Iff WHiTKFonornnioFREE less the 11 00 J RTnVF rATlLflCUE irnt with or ri tf SISOUcharges This store is slie No oren Is and freight toplstliMi made frumbeit plirlron eitra 1S1 floes Iiinyy cover luay linings and grates large lsrgeoten shelf heavy tln llned oven door handsome eitra nickel rlted ornamentatloni and trimming hand large deep genuine Maudlin poretlala tla4 porno large ornamented haMi Beit eosl bumr mad and we rurnlh I ItKK an extra wood grate making It a per fect ood burner lit Isil K X lllUntl ililUKTlk with every stove and guarantee safe delivery to your rail road station Your liHal dealir would charge you IUU 1100 for such a stove the freight Is only ahoutAddress for each 600 miles o e tate jou at lent tlUOO COIINC CHICAGO IlL SEARS ROEBUCK Bean Botbuck Co art thereof hi nllabla Miter SI300 v llllBAMa 1 r BIRD rnJr j Wiieii nu write mention tins paper ATTENTION FARMERS Remember we are always in the lead with lowest prices and have the largest stock of Northern White Oats Northern Black Oats Timothy Red Top Glover and Blue Grass A FERTILIZERS Cnr Load of Tobacco and Corn Grower IMPLEMENTS te to A Sad Death IlOOd0 FillS Mirtooptnu muu On Minute Cough Cm TImH Is what It wu vuto Ur cure Says tho Guston correspondent Here is a great compliment to Mr W T Lopp formerly of Harrison county Init but who is at present and lias been for the past 10 or 15 years teaching school in Alaska under the employment of un do Sam It will be remembered that Mr Lopp gave an entertainment aud lecture here in Guston a kind of magic lantern show representing scenes in He is a brother Alaska and Greenland to Mrs Baxter wife of Dr A A Baxter Well hero comes the com of this place pliment and honor from the President himself in his message to Congress and lain part as follows t The hardships and perils encouutered by the members of the overland expedition in thoir great Seriously III Early Wheat All Right journey through an almost uninhabited E J Cooper merchant at Rock Vale region a barren waste of ice and snow Â¬ All the early sowed wheat in tho bottoms surrounding Long Branch io look- Â¬ who has boon ill with piioumnnla has faciug death itself ovory day for nearly ing well but the grain Bowed late in tho suffered a relapse and is now In a critical four months over a route never before His life is despairod of traveled by white men with no refuge fall Is in bad condition Planters are condition but at the end of the Journey carrying thinking of breaking the ground up and Rode the Goat putting it in oata Some of the farmers Henry Armstrong rode the mat at the relief and cheer to 275 distressed citizens are not yet through gathering corn All Knights of Pythias lodge Monday night of our country all make another glori- Â¬ ous page in the history of American he stock 1b looking well Ho now ranks as page and will be a roes The President concludes bv ask rough rider until he geta to be knight jug the thanks of Congress to the officers Kicked by a Horse aud men of the party with gold medals Sam Fowler of Long Branch was Dr Bulls Cough Syrup Is the lafeit of honor to those of the overland expe- Â¬ dition and 2 600 for the bestowal of re Â¬ kicked by a vicious horse last week Ills and surest euro f r that dangerous affcctloni of tho wards to W T Lopp and native herders hand and arm are very much swolleu as littla onci croup whooplng couxh ami nitailo who aided the relief expedition They a consequence but fortunately the injur cough Ihyilclani pretcrioe It children lko It assisted the crew of the Bear in rescue and do aro mull Ilictijctl 1m ftie not serious Jng a whaling fleet reside at Ekron four miles from Bran- at Fordsville last week Tho deceased denburg Ky eloped to Jeffersonville was taken sick with the la grippo Jun Sunday afternoon and wero married by 18 and her illness resulted iu death Justice Nixon They left homo for the The couple had lived togUher almost a alleged purpose of going to church The year and tho loss of his wifo was a great bride stated that she was plighted to sock tu Mr Elmore marry a man whose homo is near New Moved to New Quarters Albany but being a German Bhe con- Â¬ Tho American Grocery Company of cluded he was not the husband for her Louisville has moved to new quarters Faulta of digestion cause disorders of on Main street between Seventh and the liver and the whole system becomes Eiirhth They now have a large dou le deranged HERUINE perfects tho pro- Â¬ store equipped with every modern con- Â¬ cess of digestion assimilation and thus venience This firm has developed into makes pure blood Price 60cta A R ono of the leading wholesale houses in Louisville Flitier Â¬ John Sherrlll and Gertie Phillips who One of Baddest deaths of the year was that of Mrs Viola Elmore the young bride of Charles Elmore which occured President Praises a Weil Known Educator Oliver Chill and Plows of Every Description Corn Planters both 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 Bakes Stalk Cutters and Sulky Plows In fact Anything in the Implement Line REPAIRS FOR ALL KINDS OF HARVESTING MACHINERY Ho not put off what you wish in Repairs Give us your order so when you need the machine it will be ready to go Â¬ QUARTER LEATHER TOP BUGGY A BEAUTY BUGGIES - 40 It will and a beauty pay you 5 Other Jobs Surreys Etc Each a bargain Dont fail to come and look before buying Tobacco Canvas lc yard and up DICK ADDISON ADDISON KENTUCKY tyj w-- -j wiittw vv The News IO TO IJATP f assev ens fffifltfntini Tho rnnk of silmlral will ho revived lor the benefit of Dewey Wi Neli Webb n Louisville lawyer died from the effects of n carbuncle i ft Mas and removed from the brain of a butch or who is now recovering The court of appeals is disposing of at n rate that will shortly clear its docket If kept up During January tho court disposed of lift capes cases The llostnn Herald has been fined M0 for contempt by the Superior Court for snyiug in a headline that the guilt of two defendant was evident Mrs Dettlo James of Charlotte N 9 nltro glvcerino exploded near Geneva Ind killing three men A can of 111 0 Casper Schiller died at Mnscoutnh after a elx dny spell of hiccoughs shot to scaro what she thought was a burglar and fatally wounded her son who had come home intoxicated Over CO John Chlldera grocery store and the bined with a cnpiutlizitiou at 132000000 Elite Photograph Gallery at Paris of which 12000000 ia to bo preferred burned stock and 20000000 common Btock Mrs Michael Doyles of New York give birth to her fourth connecutivo pair of twins Goro n barber committed Frank suicide at Hammond lud by drinking a quart of bay rum A snow slide killed seven persons in Canada and swept away 1 rournMuniee and railroad station Kentucky distillers hove com Â¬ J Matt Auberry a Justice Fuller of tho 9 son-in-la- of Chief United States Supreme Court is confined in Chicago on tho charge of passing a forged check The lowest bid by tho steamship com Â¬ panies to transport Spanish soldiers from the Philippines to Spiin was 75 per capita V 9 J iid 3 Seaman hoMs that when a bankruptcy pi tltion is tiled tho peti Â¬ The 3rd Infantry left K Pan where tioner waives his constitutional right to the mercury ia -- 0 degrees below yprc refuse to gie testimony that may be for the torrid Philippines criminating 9 9 The First National of Kussel Ka lliere an fix volunteer soldiers now hca gone to thu wall and been placed in under sentence iif death for killing their the hands of a receiver comrades and they will lie shot as soon as the prisident approves tho finding of 9 President Charles W Wolcott of the the court martlaa defunct Husell Knn bank is niort in V 9 drtJillul cough Mother keep this rMlablis medl Ids accounts and has ekippud At Ljuisllle 1 lijih Morris who had line nlwiys handy unil it will a jve you many mi his fo it cut oil in an LAN wreck got e tsy hours It tests hut s5 cents A runaway pair K A Edmunds 70 a erdict pit litist the company for 5000 and Miss Jane Bowles 15 from Ken- Â¬ An appeal was taken and Tuesday an Â¬ other jury gave Morria 3000 tucky were married at Gallatin 9 T 9 con Here the knife fell and the Jacob Huffman at Zanesvlllo O who sontonco was never completed had married another woman One of the many letters of the boiling temper Â¬ A Cuban soldier who killed a Barocoa ature variety closed thus I wilt not merchant under the impression that he send any kisses by mail but will savo was a guerilla was convicted and sen them until 1 pco yon Jacob is nbout fenced to Imprisonment for 14 yearF 60 years of age eight months and one day and a flue ol 1000 for the benefit of the family of his At Franklin Pa Mrs Jennings aged 100 Is tho brido nf John D Clews agod victim with poliro supervision for life 102 yenis possibly without the consent Gen Miles Hays that besides the af of their children The glddiuees of fldavlta of 80 regimental commanders mature life is becoming much too con- Â¬ and many others he has overwhelming spicuous evidence that the embalmed beef was treated witli cliemlcrls In order to pre S F Killlan of Brandon Ala n far- Â¬ sorve it I havo affidavits from men mer 28 years old and Miss Buelah Stone who Raw tho beef undeigilng the treat Â¬ the lo yeniold daughter of James Stone ment or embalming process of Larimore Ala wero married after n 12 hours chaso by the girls father who The will of Col Itobert Johnson the was opposed to tho union because of the wealthy Lexington man who recently youthfiiluess of his daughter whom he died in Dallimore was probated at Lex- Â¬ kept locked up but flhe slid from the ington He expressly desires that neither the window into her lovers arms and of his clilldieu M Eya Johnson Dlancho gave him the slip Daly Moisclle Bennett or J 13 Johnson Coughing injures and inflames sore nor any of their children shall have any part of his estate Three other daugh lungs One Minute Cough Cure loosens ters are made tho beneficiaries of the the cold allays coughing and heals quickly The best cough cure nr chilwill dren Short Haynes Orders have been issued to hasten the dispatch of reinforcements to the Phil liplues Tho third infantry and a batta d lion of the 17th infantry sailed Thursday the 12th infantry nnd tho remain der of the 17th the week following all from New York Two other regiments Hon Evan Jones who was on the will sail this week from San Frnncieco populist ticket wltn Gen Weaver died The Fillipinos in Europe expect an out- Â¬ break of hostilities as soon as the peace at Fort Worth Texas treaty is ratified Senator Quays trial ia set for Feb 20 The day of his re election let us hope Dr Bulls Cough fcyrup will give Immediate relief to a clillj suffocating with the will never come Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CONSTIPATION 1 haw bono 14 day at n time without n movement of tlin bnwrcla not being ntilo to moro theni oxrept Uf mlutT hot water Injections Chronic couitlpntlon fortoren year placed Ino In tliln tcrrlblo rniidtlliim dulntf tlmt tlmo I did or urythliiR I heard of hut notor found ntiy rollcfi such I was my caiio until I bcimn ttsluit CABCAltttTM now nana from one to tlirco lumoacs a day and If I was rich I would giro 1100 U0 for each inof cmonll It nucha W relief 1039 Ilussoll St Detroit Mloh ayiueuL Hitnt thli ad out and nd to tie and It roq aend this HIQIIc KTOPBUaqYirai to can exMntna It at your frel freight C o U aublept to examination i you nna is too br TO kqtltL loooo lurBiuui you erer saw perfectly Mtlsfaetory and tha eaAJDMT iatut Ton IUTI iiVm mis or imD or OUR SPEC AL OFFER PRICE 85500 and freleht ehanre leva the nay the railroad agent Ona Dollar aent wlthoftlnrt nil ILT IM nun ovum ranrnnv im riitnaoA 1000 on honor from the best material money can buy While lr TO ourlTree Jluirg y Catalogue wu ahow Ton Buirgjea made by 2 00 12070 onO34Vo the aiaet SiKSr S7 niriu uj iimiiuuerr umivri voAf o BUGGIES iiurai ami are Deinir wl ly nilrertliied by many atKB00totM00 UUK ACMB OUEEN AT BSOOO la lha tm rm AND onderrul afue bver offered Ilia Uiwmt TRICK kie QllttfUOITlIK mHTmuiYllUTCtlRlrUlLT SURREYS We maintain our own five atorr bUKBT factory ror the sole purTHMe of building amlelllng a drrTKR KDttUT 1TC cut orrWP A IMP nOILAR gT you ilt 9000 - TnW 1 a M TIM C18T0XHS CiR HUTJlLRItWItKRR m sW CANDY CATMAKTIC Every DtiBfjy We Mokej Is Cuaronteod Five Yours and They Will out wear Five Ordinary Factory Riga THE MmTACTlKltirS PROFIT a4 U SaTB OIB oost am Uta buggy We use a MATUIAl AND LABOR IN ODI ACMt CHItN thai In the ordinary factory TAADI MAUN RfOITf RID WcenttweuMatllOheadllalnfftlomeutelOcentr we uieil era leather tomeuse oentisreusettse colors and rarnlnhes ome use 7t cent and llWWB PAT AXMOUX DOUniB the price moet makers ihf4iu cushion cloth some use flood NovorHlckcn lUrilnf Bwtdy Pleasant Palatable lotent TaMo VVcskcnorUrlpo Do Ooo1 10c20cG0o Tsrk CURE CON8TIPATION Cur Ckkif IIitril Rtw K I vas for Stone for Stone for governor der reason that ho haf only one leg for dem politicians to pull the Chairman W ocratic executivo committee of the railroad district has called a meeting tbe committee at Frankfort Feb 0 select the place time and manner nominating a railroad commissioner of OUR OWN MAKE ACME QUEEN BLSV bodies are niterltsbbel aae IkaBiterUI u talwUrslaUai OUR ACME QUEEN alt Itm ckesp kettles smallest of material S3000 BARELY COVERS COOT to advertiseand labor leaving us the are willingprofltlmaartnable to BILL Tina 01 our bazar factory we but wearebulldlnr7pbuitBlea n day and We know 70 00 dally profit on 70 buggies win satisfy us adrertlse us ererywhere lnornoriTKitil and build up the I4ABOE8T BUOOT BUBIMBBS IN TUB W01UD THE ACME QUEEN we build In narrow or wide track cloth or leather trimmed end springs buffed leather nuarter ton fcolld rjanel liaek snrlnmlnback leatkr eortrea nwt ssd lUta Blabber BUM TII CanMl body Hxal Inches No I Barrens patent screwed rim wheels pilsttd la 1 eeaia body black gear dark green with very cieiicaie moaess sinping complete wiin shafts sioe ana back ourtalns b ot storm apron and antl rattlers and snsrts rsw attiroi iJ nblfflf trees la IM erbsru 111 eitra BlUUT WKKllts 400 JOIJUS ana Ui rraUbl too mUtt will trru roe 100 1000 floot tooIallM tllst 400 nllrs ISlSt KOrARlvtHfleoiUprtr U Biles fSOO Mr and your order tbe AD with atleractory pay the railroad agent bulaneeT atioO aa4 1 our eipense and we will return yoursloo otherwise pay nothing and theagentwlllretumbuggyat frllbltbri DUY A OlIKAP yAOTOBY SUOOT now soft almost exrluslrely by all Machinery Dealers DONT and Catalogue Houses BUYTME BEST BUOOV MONEY OAN nUU O direct froia the Maker waViSBBrTrTtSVa CPMnnNP nril Vrec UUItwrt Rb ooo II Morgan dem- Â¬ judreSEARS ROEBUCK WRITE FOR OUR FREE DUOQY CARRIAQE AND HARNESS CATALOGUE CO 21 of When you write mention this paper Inc CHICAGO ILL to of QUARTERLY REPORT of the QUARTERLY REPORT OP THE PoliticalflSS Pointers ooo McGrnw tbe defeated democrat nomi- Â¬ nee for U S Senator in West Virginia says he proposes to contest Scotts elec- Â¬ tion on the ground that two senators voted for Scott who are not entitled to their seats These are the two war sen- Â¬ ators Gtzindanner and Pierson Tho committee to investigate charges bribery in tbe California senatorial race reports that Wright the speaker of the assembly sold out to U S Grant Jr for money and to Bulla for political support and that Grants sgnt lias used not less than 20000 iu his race of ooo BANK OF HARDINSBURG Ihudlnsburg Ky BRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverpori Ky At the close of business on tho 189S 31st day At the close of business on tho 31st day of December 1808 ItESOURCES o December ooo nKSOuncKS Loans and discounts lets 11230398 11779 171375a loans to directors Overdrafts unsecured Due from National banks Hanking house and lot Other tell estate Other stocks and bonds Exchanges for Cteaiings Furniture and fixtures r The Kansas as favoring the seating of the polygamous Congressman Roberts ooo Legislature goes on record execu- Â¬ 3000 61546 Loans and discounts lest loans to directors Loans to officers Overdrafts unsecured Due from National banka 17104 70 Due from state banksand bank Â¬ ers 1193097 Banking house and lot Other teal estate U S Bonds Other stocks and bonds Specie Currency i70S9 39 ifiia66 61000 2933567 V V The courts in Kansas have compelled A soldier was given six months at tick- Â¬ a Knights of Pythias lodge to pay a Washington for selling the railroad Itobert Howard a bachelor of 62 was j 2000 lifj insurance policy which they et the government issued to him refused to pay on the ground that the married at Humboldt Tenn to Miss 9 V V Arrow ood an Atlanta doctor insured violated the policy by ending Hose Smith 17 was sentenced to the chain gang for a his own life A Hart 77 and Mrs Fannie Edwards month for annoying little school girls 75 were married at Benton He has Hardin countv peoplu arc petitioning 9 v the governor of Oregon to commute the been married twice before she thrice Firemen at Mayfield fought n blazs with buckets of pnow the Are plugs and death sentence against J M Olherman Jethr Kemper of Denver Mo who a Hardin county boy for shooting and chemical being frozen up killing J X Casteel Feb 121 SIS dur Â¬ had s parated from his wife shot her to v 9 death wounded her daughter and killed At Rochester O John Uyers and ing a quarrel himself 9 9 Joseph Howe fought over their sweet Â¬ The government never let up in its seriously wounded heart and both were Among tbe first of Pattis acts after V search for an absconding defaulter being united to the kid baron was to E Simpson who stole JU 000 while post Jacob Schwartz a merUinnt policeman muster at Ihslistu Mich in 18 has settle 15000 a year on him This is of New Albany Ind killed himself with just been caught in Washington State pretty good pay for him even if he is 25 a razor while- delirious from grip years Iter juuior after a continued search 9 l CUPIDS CAPERS i ooo A meeting of the populist Stato ooo a61a500 1134666 300000 1150000 Â¬ of the Montana Senator Legislature who turned over to the LIABILITIES State treasurer 30000 with which he stock paid In in cash John W Headley secretary of State said agenU of W A Clark tried to bribe Capital profits Undivided during Gov Browns term wants to try him in the senatorial race has been un- Â¬ Deposits subject to check on He revenged himself by charg- Â¬ again and has announced his candi- Â¬ seated it whlh Interest is not paid 6653576 ing that every man who voted for Clark Time certificates of deposits dacy tive committee called for Feb 1 in Lou- Â¬ isville has been postponed to Feb 27 ooo Whiteside 1000 117183551 35000 5f6So3a loaoooo 308573 1000000 564786 1564786 Furniture aad Fixtures Debts in suit Stamp Account 300000 94 47 140 00 9 9 William Carrington in jail at Perry Itobert Smith of Circleville O was Oklahoma couf eased to the murder of with paraljsis while getting up a family of three while he lived in Cali Â¬ stricken from family prayer As this was the fornia first time lie ever took part in prayer at 9 9 While transporting tho corpse of a homo his neighbors ate letting up in tho good work fearing they may ho atTeUed child on Lake Irio a whole family were drowned by the capauin of their email similarly boat Milton Davis Sr who wa president of the Midway Deposit Hitik which Cashier Shipp looted is dead at Ver- Â¬ sailles aged 03 9 9 a F E Vance stationed at Piqua Inn beeu suspended from the Method ist miuibtry fur making love to a Cincin Â¬ nati g rl when he had a wife at home A man who could even Serve him right 9 9 make believe that he loved a Cincinnati Wliittaker Muuni and Howard Harlan woman if there were any other handy fought aduel with knivesat ISallardville 9 Albeit IVuguiz a 17 year old youth deserves to be drumed out of society as former is dead nud tho latter will The who murdered a woman nnd boy was well as the church likely die guillotined in Pan At his head was The Louisyille Times says that Moses Bears the 9 V Miss Saraantha Oiborn got a verdict Oppenheimer of Itussellville gives this At Chicago a tumor responsible for a being ft justed in the guillotine he shout I will never toiifi s I will never for 1501 for breach of promise against as Ids reason for being for Hon W J suicidal mama w13 locitnd bv X rays el Uev O Â¬ 9 V The appellate court holds that the statute of limitation does not bar re instatemeut of au indictment which has been filed away or more than a jear there being no law in Kentucky author Â¬ izing tho filling away of au indictment with leave to redocket 9 9 Mrs Henry Meyers a Cl yearod bride ol Washington Intl died from u crushtd skull the result of falling into u cellar while trying to learn the identity g of hoiho boys that were groom wept like a her The child as his bride of a week was placed beneath the ground cbari-vari-in- Senator Butler has withdrawn his buncombe resolution to pension Confed- Â¬ Senator Lindsay and Gorman were erate soldiers in obedience to their chiefly instrumental in holding up the promotion of Sampson Senator Lindsay wishes 0 0 0 says that he is willing to eliminate Ad- Â¬ Wm A Clark democratic candidate miral Schley from the contention and for U S Senator from Montana was then asks the department why it should elected Saturday Twelve of the repub- Â¬ promote Sampson over the head of that licans voted for him gallant old Kentuckian Commodore Watson An agreed suit to test the validity of the Kentucky parole law which has been There were two counties in the State of suspended since 1801 has been filed in Kentucky Cumberland and Lstcher in the State fiscal court the 11th district which failed to record a single vote for the democratic candi- Â¬ Bradley commissioned Lieut date for Congress The reason is that Gov Col Belknap to be colonel of the 1st the democratic candidates name was Kentucky Maj Gray to be lieutenant ommitted from the poll books by repubcolonel and Capt Carr to be major licans charged with the duty of provid- Â¬ ing them In Oklahoma a constitutional con- Â¬ vention will be held in June and a Ex Attorney Gen A II Garland who State election in October on r proposi- Â¬ held that office during Clevelands first tion to go to Congress aud demand ad Â¬ administration dropped dead from ap- Â¬ mission as a State oplexy while addressing the surpreme 0 0 0 He was a native Admiral Dewey says After many court at Washington years of wandering I have come to th of Tennessee and was educated in Kenconclusion that the mightiest factor in tucky but located in Arkansas where he the civilization of tho world is the im- Â¬ seryed as governor and later was elected to tbe U S Senate perial policy of England ooo 235726 78 141175 99 was bribed ooo on which Interest Is paid 7463953 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in In cash Surplus fund Undivided profits Due depositors as follows viz Deposits tubject to check on which Inttrestis not paid 84557 35 Time certificates of deposit on which interest Is paid 036SS95 Fund to pay taxes Dividend 3 f dividend declared th s day Statu op Kentucky County ol Breckcnrldce J 7855 Qc 45100x0 1000000 5815 Sl 0 ooo ooo ooo Â¬ ooo ooo M H Heard Cashier Bank of Hardlnsburg a bank located and doing buciness In the city of liar dinsburg in said county being duly sworn says that the foregoing report Is In all respects a true statement of the condition of the said bank at the close of business on the 31st dayof December 1898 to the best of his knowledge and belief and further says that the business ol said bank has been trans acted at the location named and not eltewhere and that the nboe report Is made In compliance with an official notice received Irom the Secrelary of State designating the 30th day ol December 1898 as the day on which such report shall be made M II Beard Cashier C W Beard Directors Morris Kskridgr B K llEAtU Subscribed and sworn to before me by M II Beard the 9th day of January 1899 Frank Board N I B C My commission explies with next session Ken- Â¬ tucky Senate 17838630 40606 353 00 State When you go to Hardinsburg stop at tho op Kkntucy ss County of Breckinridge A B Skillman cashier of Breckinridge Bank a bank located and doing business at No Wall street in the city ol Cloverpori in said county being duly sworn says that the foregoing report Is in all re Â¬ spects a true 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 and further lays that the builness of raid bankhaa been transacted at the location named aud not elsewhere and that the above report Is made in compliance with an rfficial notice received from the Secretary of State designating the 311 1 day of Dec 1898 as the day on which such report shall be made A U StciLLMAtf Cashier W II Bowmbr tJj57s673 J Â¬ Commercial - Hotel JAMES HARRIS Proprietor Subscribed and sworn to before me by A B Skillman cashier the 6th day of January 1899 Chas B Skillman N P B C Commission expires fan 16 1000 T Skiluian F NDHuv J Directors House Newly Furnished Throughout RATES REASONABLE ooo 4VSV4H404 4 WHEN DOES YOUR SUB ha Kin You la8 WwafS K One Minute Cough Cure cures That Is what It was made or SCRIPTION TO THE NEWS EXPIRE You have heard about MONARCH SHIRTS They are made by a firm that manufacture none but the best The material they use is linen nothing but linen and they have specialists in their employ who cut and design shirts The latest the nobbiest and the best is what they produce You know this Well what you dont know and what you are glad to know is that you can buy RAI GHT GOODS XTL letter 4 2 4 still call Read the following list select your shirt send a letter JtJ SHIRT FOR E C BABBAGE stating the size and length selection and get the 200 Shirt for 75cents to Neck 1 1 of sleeve and dont forget to put 75 cents Or better at the store and make your own Xtek Sheie 31 S3 33 32 32 32 31 31 31 31 32 31 32 32 31 31 31 To - in the Sleeve JVcifc Skene Neck 1 Sleeve White Shirts unkundered White Shirts 1 White Shirt 1 White Shirt 1 White Shirt 1 White Shirt 1 White Shirt 1 White Shirt 2 White Shirts 1 White Shirt 1 Colored Shirt 4 White Sliirts unlaundorad 1 Whito Shirt unkundered 2 Colored Shirts unkundered 1 Whito Shirt 1 Shirt colored bosom 1 Shirt colored bosom 1 Shirt colored bosom MS Mjfj 15 17 15 15 Colored Shirt Colored Shirt collar attached 2 2 15 15 M U4 14 Uyi 14 14 15 14 14 14 Striped Shirt Striped Sliirts Shirts colored bosom 1 Shirt colored bosom 2 Colored Sliirts collar attached 1 Colored Shirt 1 Colored Shirt 3 Colored Shirts M 1 Shirt colored bosom 2 White Shirts 1 Colored Shirt 1 Colored Shirt 1 Colored Shirt 1 Striped Shut 1 Striped Shirt 1 14 14 14 14 15- 15 j4 14j 14 14ji 14 14 14 1G 1G 14 14 15 31 32 32 31 33 32 31 32 31 31 31 30 32 33 31 31 33 2 White Shirts 2 Colored Shirts 2Colored Shirts 2 Striped Shirts 2 Striped Shirts 8 Striped Shirts 1 Striped Shirt 1 Whito Shirt 1 White Shirt 1 White Shirt 1 Whito Shirt 1 Whito Shirt 1 - 17 15 15 14 - ff j j yA XlS Shirt colored bosom White Shirt Striped Shirt 2 Outing Shirts colored 2 Outing Shirts colored 1 1 14 16 10 14 15 16 10 18 15 15 15 14 j4 15 33 32 33 32 32 32 33 2 1 4 3 2 2 1 1 31 82 White White White Whito White Whito Whito Whito M 34 31 1 5 1 1 82 82 32 82 82 3 2 4 1 Shirt unkundered Shirts unkundered Shirt unkundered Shirts unkundored Shirts unkundored Shirts unkundored Shirts unkundored Shirt unkundored Colored Shirt Colored Shirt Whito Shirts v Whito Shirt A Colored Shirt Colored Shirts White Shirts Colored Shirts Whito Shirt x ft 17 15 10 17 14 15 15 10 16 10 18 14 83 32 32 33 32 34 82 32 33 83 84 80 82 82 81 80 t14 I f T r 14 14 14 14 li i i bliv Why E C BABBAGE wants to get out of the furnishing business What is the reason for this reduction He has got a large stock of stuff on hand Maybe too he wants to that he does not want to carry any more He cant wear the 500 Shirts he has in stock and he wants to sell them to you See get married and this is a way he s got to raise the wind una u i CAU AT J D Babbages Store t J If you want Bargains in Shirts r I IU i Ml ifr A HOW BOYS MAY BE GENTLEMEN 4 ARE YOU A BLON DE THEN READ THIS a RELIGIOUS I GLADSTONES ary work NOTATIONS I Â¬ Oddities of The Year Month Week and Day r Is Â¬ SENDING THE BOYS 2 FROM HOME the fathor or mother think long they sond away their boy before they break the homo ties A WORD OR TWO TO THE GIRLS a I r A FEW FACTS AND FIGURES a I who wnnt to bo known os little gentlemen should remember tlmL the following thlngsnro to bo done tfood by or Hat lifted In saying How do you do Hat lifted when ofldrinc a scat in a car or acknowledging a favor Keop Btep with any ono you walk with Always preeedo a lady upstairs and ask her if you may prcede her In pass Â¬ ing through a crowd or public place Hat oil the moment you enter a street door and when you Bten into n private II1 full advantage Is tho acme of clovor drepslng to lake of ones own province grand daughter has to foreign mission that leap THE familiar rulo year with nyear calendar num ber divisible by four LKTbefore and not veniuro Into thoso hotter filled by others And the blonde has n kingdom all her own one which others dare not nttompt but in which she delightful ro Cool reigns supremo freshing harmonies of colors aro here whether her cheek resembles the petal of a rose or be of that delicate paleness B often accompanying flaxen hair and tho blue or violet eye COI0II3 TO UK CltOSKN will be brok- Â¬ There are ICO saloons in Jerusalem and not one book store or newspaper i i Tho total incomo of missionaries in Chrintoudom last year amouuted to f 10 244372 1 F hall or office Let a lady pass first unites she neks you to prtccdo her In tho parlor stand until every lady is seated Look people BtrRlfilit in the f ice when speaking or being Mok n to Ljt ladies pnps through a door first standing aside for thorn In tho dining room take your seat after ladies and ciders Never play with knife fork or spoon Do not take your napkin in a bunch in your hand Rise when ladles leave the room and stand till they are out If all g nut together gentlemen stand by thu door till ladies paes out Sperfal rules fir the mouth are that all uoise in eating or smacking of thu lips should bn avoided Cover the m uth with hand or napkin when obliged to remove anytliirg from it Us your liaiulkt rrhlt f uioitU ively room Blue white Bine black Jet black Cold lilacs All cold blues Cold dark green Cool graB Cool pale green During tho year of 1818 there were 1785 new Sunday schools organized with 00000 pupils 2 I Heliotrope purple Cold pale violet pink C0I0K9 TO 119 AVOIDED Denver Colorado has 14 Baptist churches 12 pastors 2800 members and f212000 worth of church property I I I Iceland will celebrate the nine hun- Â¬ dredth anniversary in 1900 of the intro- Â¬ duction of Christianity into the island I I Â¬ alwas Alway knock at any private door Warm violets Ambers Browne Yullow green Russets Reds Warm blues Tans Olives Yellows Cream white Fa wui Tho anti saloon league is affiliated with over 180 churches or temperance organi- Â¬ zations throughout the United States en iu ltlOO which fact need not be re Â¬ garded as an indication that even then it will be time for a change Tho re is no leap year for eight years February 1100 will have but 28 dayp tho extra day not appearing from 1800 to 1001 Centenary years are not leap years That ypar will no broken In thu leap year 2000 when the Interruption may be regarded as an indication that it is time for a change Centenary years divisible by 400 aro leap years consequently there were 21 days in February 1000 and the same number of days will be idven to February 2000 and again in 2100 Tho object of this role is to make the calendar coincide with tho solar year Sunday was the day dovoted to the worship of the sun by our forefathers Monday the day devoted to tho worship of tho moon Tuesday the day devoted to the worship of Tieu or Tyw the god of war Wednesday the day devoted to the worship of Wodln or Olin tho god of wind Thursday the day devoted to tho worship of Thor tho god of thunder Friday tho dav devoted to the worship of Freva or Frigi the Venus of the north Saturday the uay Unvoted to the worship of Saturn the god of agriculture or Satyr the god of the forest Tho calendar for 1800 contains these facts Washingtons birthday comes on Wednesday and Memorial day and July 4 will be celebrated on Tuesdays Christ- Â¬ mas will come on Monday Ash Wednes day on February 15 Shrove Sunday on March 12 Good Friday on March 31 and April 2 The new Congressmen The revival held at Hopkinsyllie last Easter assume their prerogUivea on baturday week by Sam Jones resulted iu the March 4 May day is to be Monday conversion of about sixty persons The year ends with a Sunday 8 i There aro 00000000 worth of church property in Greater Ndw York Trinity heading tho list with 15000000 Â¬ that make a web of infinite fineness and soft sllkon meshes around his heart and toss him aloof into tho boy world where ho must strugglo amid bickerings and quarrels into ids age of youth There are boys indeed with little fineness in the texture of their hearts and with little delicacy of soul to whom tho school in iv distant village is but a vacation from home and with whom n return revives all those grosser nflections which alone existed before just as there are plants which will biar all exposure without tho wilting of a leaf and will return to the hothouse life as strong and as hopeful as ever But there are others to whem the severance from the prattle of Bisters tho indulgent fondness of a mother and the unseen influence of tho home altar give a shock that lasts forever it is wrenching with cruel hand what will bear but little roughness and the sobs with which the adleux are said are sobs that may come back in after years strong and steady and terrible God have mercy on tho boy who learns to Bob early Condemn it bb a sentiment If you will talk as you will of the fear lesjness and strength ol the boy s heart yet to many theto belong tenderly strung chords of ailVction which gve forth low and gentle music that consoles and ripens the ear for all harmonies of life These chords a little rude and un- Â¬ natural tension will break and break forever Watch your boy then if so be he will bear the strain try his nature if it be rude or delicate and if delicate in Gods name do not as you value your peace and his breed a harsh youth spirit in him that shall take pride in subjugat Â¬ ing and forgetting tho delicacy and rich Â¬ ness of ids liner affections Â¬ Â¬ In tho country sometimes tired of the quiet routine of farm work and long for tho excite ments and attractions of city life But life in tho city 1b not tho public holiday it seems to the girls on their occasional visits to town Believe me when I tell you that work Â¬ ing girls in the city have an infinitely more monotonous existence than tho You country girls ever dreamed of get up early and work hard it is true but tho picnics yon attend in Summer and the sleigh rides and parties that enliven your Winter glvo you social recreation and chango while there is always the keenest enjoyment for those who know how to read Mother Natures book Think of spending every working day in a dingy office writing nnd figuring constantly witli but half a days vacation in three years as one girl I know of has done Think of spending all the hot dusty Summer days at a sewing machine in n factory with tho ceaseless clatter of hundreds of other machines ail about you Think of walking two miles to work standing behind a counter all day forced to smile and smile though you feel as a villlan ought to feel and again walking home at night All these things thousands of girls in tho big cities do Consider these thiugs anil when you would leave the so called monotony of tho country think better of it and dont GIRLS TlIK Â¬ costliest building of modern is tho New York State Cap- Â¬ itol at Albany which has already had spent upon it tho immense sum of 20000000 The Persians in 510 B O invonted a transparent glass varnish which they laid over s tiptured rocks to prevent them from weathering The coating lias lasted to our day while the rocks bo iieath are honeycombed There is a plant in Jamaica called tho life plant because it is almost impossible to kill it or any portion of it When a leaf is cut ofTand hung up by a string it sends out white thread like roots gath- Â¬ ers moisture from the air and begins to grow new leaves The dimensions of tho capltol at Washington are Tho length 751 feet 4 inches breadtn from 121 to 321 feet it covers 153112 square feet From baso line of building to the tip of statue 287 feet 11 inches The height of the dome above the base lino on tho east front is 2S7 feet 5 inches as known 1 The deepest lake in the world bo far is Lake Baikal in Siberia While nine thousand square miles in area or nearly as large as Lake Erie it is from four thousand feet to four thousand five hundred feet deep so that it contains nearly as much water as Lake Superior Its surface Is 1350 feet above sea level and its bottom nearly 2000 feet below it Â¬ A 1 THE LATEST FARM NEWS AND VEWS TONS OF to be sufficient for iiome consumption SWEETNESS American Honey Demanded By and to leave a balance for export One State in which the honey supply is lap idly increasing which is geographically well placed for the exportation of honey is California It is estimated that a hive of oOOO hers produces about fifty pounds ol honey yearly and multiplies tenfold in five years All the Western States have been seeking in recent years to de velop their honey product but they ap pear to have no monopoly of it for a strong competitor well Bituated for purposes of foreign exportation is IVxa and still another is Oregon The honey product of Njw York is considerable in amount and increasng and the facilities for its shipment are of course excellent Oae difliculty with which American dealers in honey have had in the past to m ot has been tho inferior knowledgi which many of them tiavo had of apiary culture as a separate science in farm matters They have taken to bee rais Â¬ ing as an incident of agriculture with tlte result that until a few years ago the average production of honey to the hive was about one half as much in the United Stales as iu those countries in which bee culture is carried on scientifically With greater familiarity with the m itter a larger fund of general knowl- Â¬ edge and tho use of new appliances and progressive methods the American heo culturists have been going ahead rapidly of late years until they now rank with hose of other countries in which tho care of bees has been almost a matter of tradition and their excellence in this particular is shown by tho very marked increasj which there has been in the American product of honey Breckenridge county by reason of its fhra and the climatic conditions that prevail is an ideal field for the apiarist General D L Adair of Hawesville is undoubtedly the best posted man on bee culture and honey production in the U uited States and he is a warm advocate of beo raising in this section lie has met witli fine auccess and be lieves that an apiary properly managed would help to lift tho mortgage off the farm quicker than anything else Â¬ Â¬ PLENTY OF PIPPINS The Year 1899 VALUABLE SUQQESTIONS O A FEW WORDS How to Protect Early Plantings From the Frosts European Consumers Breckenrldge County a Splendid Field Tor the Apiarist The exports of American honey to foreign ci untrhs which wcro of the value of 122000 for the fiscal yrar ending July 1 1807 amounted to 100000 or four times as much for the fiscal year ending July 1 1893 and there isasteady increaee in the business done in this article of commerce which heretofore has been generally in the form of imparts into the United States of honey from for- Â¬ eign countries In the fiscal year of 1807 the amount of honey imported into tha country was t wico ai great as thu amount exported but from present indications the disparity will hereafter bj on the other side From a report recently published in tho Westminster Gazette in England it appears that the present home supply of English honey is inadequate Every year the English have to import 2250 000 pounds of which the declared value Among the countries en- Â¬ is 150000 gaged in supplying their markets with this product the principal ones are the No United States Chili and Peru statistics of the quantity of honey pro- Â¬ duced in the United Kingdom are obtainable though every other country of Europe has figures on these points France produces in a year 7000 tons of honey which is equivalent to 14000000 pounds and h considerable amount of tho honey used in England is imported from Ireland but how much is not known as it does not enter into the item of foreign commerce The American facilities for furnishing not only Engand bat other countries as well with honey are great and increasing Thirty years ago the product of American honey was 15000000 for all the States Twenty years ago the product was 25000000 pounds and ten years ago it had risen to 05000000 pounds There baa been a wondeiful advance- Â¬ ment in the honoy produced during the past ten years In 1807 only twelve States produced more than a million pounds of honey each and only two more than 2000000 No v Iowa produces nearly 0000000 pounds and Illinois California Missouri and New York in the order named produces above 4000 000 pounds Tho agricultural reports show tho increase in honey product to be steadily continuing and the product Will Be a Record Breaker for Fruit So Thinks fir Hllfenmeyer the ington Horticulturist Lex- Â¬ Dangers of the Srip from La Grippe is If reason Â¬ able care is used however and Cham berlains Couch Remedy taken all dun gir will be avoided Among the tens of thousands who have used this remedy for la grippe we have 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 take For eale by A R Fisher Cloverport R A Shell man Stephensport The of its geatst danger resulting in pneumonia Â¬ Mr H F Hillenmeyer the well known Lexington nurseryman writing to tho Danvlllo Advocate says In so far as we may now judge there is no reason why the fruit crop of 1809 may not be remembered as ono of the most abundant at the close of the century Its last decade has indeed been a barren one Either by intense or un- Â¬ timely cold by blighting tain or withering drouth our orchard and berry plant Â¬ ing haye failed to yield their wonted re- Â¬ turns But it is a long road that has no turning The decade oi 50 had but two years of abundance but the ono succeed- Â¬ ing was the over flowing horn of plenty Many factors enter into the making of great fruit crops One of the most im- Â¬ portant of these is the character of the preceding summer and that of 1808 by reason of its heat and humidity favored tho developments of fruitbuds of perfect vitality Nothing has thus far injured these There was nearly a perfect lail ure oi fruit trees last year and our orch- Â¬ ards so to say are budding over with un Â¬ expended energies of enforced rest The fruit busiies never promised better The maximum of cold is always passed by mid January and we are pretty cer- Â¬ tain not to be injured by winters frost What untimely or blighting circumstances may nip our hopes later on can of course not be determined Tue many saturating rains of last summer and fall depleted the number of injurious insects aud from the ravages of these we are comparatively Bafe But these same con- Â¬ ditions favored that low form of lifo that mantles thd blushing cheek of apple and peach with disfiguring blotches of scab and blight These reflectons are equal Â¬ ly true of our grass and g ain fields af Â¬ fecting equally the wider interests of our general agriculture TLO blooming of our fruit trees next spring is not apt to be an excessive one it never is after a wet summer but the lack of number will be offset by the vir- Â¬ ility of tiie blossoms themselves There may bo some disappointment in the bearing of young apple and pear trees lor it is tho habit of these to cast their blossoms after a summer of luxuriant iirov th but the g moral prospect for an abundaut yield zl fruit is very encourag- Â¬ ing Â¬ Â¬ It often becomes necessary for ga doners to protect their early plantings from the late frost and the method most satisfactory will depeud largily upon surrounding conditions As a g neral rule we find that dirt is the most economical covering for nearly all small plants when it is in suitable condition to handle and ia the most rapidly applied To cover cabbage plants press the plant to one side until it lies 11 it upon the ground then with a hoe irently draw the soil up over it until it is completely hid- Â¬ den Sweet corn potatoes aud in fact nearly all plants can be treated in the same way In uncovering rake the soil oil carefully and straighten up the plant and in a few days it will by growing as well as if it had not been buried Tomato plants are sometime so largj and stalky that it is impossible to lay tliom down without breaking and other means will have to be resorted to If boxes or large Ibwer pots aro not available to turn oyer them the earth may be mounded up around them bo that they can be buried stand- Â¬ ing Or better still light horse manure can be used for covering Thia makes a very efficient covering especially If shavings have been UBod for litter as they Ho more closely about the plant than straw This covering is often used for other plants especially melons and cucumbers aud is more easily applied than dirt when the ground is wet Whatever coyering is used do not leave it on too long bo that the plants will begin to heat even if they have to be covered again in a few days The length of time plants can be left covered depends altogether on the weather If it is cold and thu soil is moderately dry they may be left for qulto a few days without injury but if the weather comes off warm and wet look out and give them air as soon as possible Glass cov- Â¬ ered boxes aro used to some extent for starting vines but the plants must be watched closely and given plenty of air or they will become drawn and tender A g miner Bliould always be prepared for frost and good judgment in using the means at hand is essential to success Â¬ Â¬ Lon Cowley Irvington sold to George Anderson 2 ewes for 10 Some good mules sold iu Garrard coun- Â¬ ty last week at from 50 to 585 Five million dollars worth of hous are said to have died of cholera in Indiana Many Mercer county farmers aro re fusing to engige their lambs at 5c a pound There is a wheat field in California that contains 25000 acres or is forty miles square An observant farmer says that tho price of wheat will go to SI before the now crop is harvested Joe Fackler of Irvington Bold to Dick Hardaway of the same place 0 steers averaging 1300 pounde at 4 25 The price of Montana cattle has aver aged 5 per cunt higher than nny season previously in the history of the State Live Stock Commission J T Stewart of Perry ville Ivy started for Montgomery Ala Wednesday with a car loud of twenty live 15 hand mules at an average cost of 18 Jesso Clarkson the noted stock raiser of Big Spring sold to Mansfield AJefferp Louisville 300 head of shippers at 5 cents This is the top price The Harrodsburg Democrat notes the Bales of several fat cows at 3c and a hunch of good feeders at 4c corn at 1 40 aud a car load of hogs at 20 to 3 It is estimated by the officials of the Department of Agriculture that the hay crop of the United States produced in 400000 1808 readied a value of about Â¬ S3 FARM AND STOCK 2 About What Your Farm Should Be than half an acre Garden For La Grippe Co 240 Wabash Thomas Whitfield av corner Jackson at one of Chicagos oldest and most prominent druggists 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 R R A Shellman Fisher Cloverport Stepheuflport Many women sutler untold agony and misery because the nature of their dis Â¬ ease ia not correctly understood They have been led to believe that womb trouble or female weakness of some sort is responsible for the many ills that beset woman kind Neuralgia nervousness headache puffy or dark circles under the eyes rheuma Â¬ tism a dragiug puiu or dul ache in the back weaknibs or bearing down sensa Â¬ tion profuse or Bcanty supply of urine with strong odor frequent desire to pass it witli scalding or burning sensation sediment in it after standing iu bottle or common glass for twenty four hours are signs of kidney and bladder trouble Tho above symptoms aro often attri Â¬ buted by the patient herself or by her physician to female weakness or womb trouble Hence so many fail to obtain relief because thoy are treating not the disease itself but a reflection of the pri mary cause which is kidney trouble Iu fact women as well as men are made miserable with kidney nnd bladder trouble aud both need the samu remedy Dr Kilmers Swamp Root is thu jjreat discovery of the eminent kidney and bladder specialist and is easy to get at any drug store for fifty cents or one dol- Â¬ lar To prove its wonderful merits you may havo a sample bottle aud book telling all about it both aunt absolutely free by 000 mail Kindly mention the UntcKUN Children who nre troubled witli Worm m i Nkwh and send your Captain J T Baker of Pellvillo and address to Dr do Matthias Miller of Hardlusburg have aro pale iu tho face fretful byspuih reit- Kilmer Co Bing laniton N Y rings around g me to Ballard county for the purpose of lees in sleep havo blue their uyes bad dreauiB variable appetite trading Ohio county lands for a tract of Turks Dont Like Us realty in Ballard Williams Little of and pick tho nose WHITES CREAM VEUM1FUGE will kill and expull these American foreign trade is growing Oweusboro are negotiating the deal parasites Price 25 cents A R Fisher lint is has made little headway with Turino returns of the numbnr of live key of whoso 105032000 imports last stock on farms on Jauuary 1 1809 in the WINTER COMPOSTINQ year only 320070 were from the United United States show there to have been States England sent to Turkey mer Â¬ 13003307 horses 2131213 mules 150U0 Now 1s the Time to Enrich Your chandise worth oyer 11000000 and 115 milch cows 17 001255 oxen and oth Austria camo next witli 21000000 Berry Patches er cattle 30114453 sheep 38051031 swine These figures show a decrease of Volcanic Eruptions 205001 in the number of horses 50000 We cannot bo too busy with our in that of mules 1209072 in that of ox- Â¬ compost piles during the open days of Aro grand but Skin Eruptions rob life en and other cattle and 1108302 in that winter These should be in the process of joy Bucklens Arnica Salvo cures On tho other hand thero is of b wine and Fever of building in different parts of our them alBo Old Ruuuing an increase of 140220 in milch cows and grounds where we can reach thu most Sjres Ulcers Boils Felons Corns 1457403 in sheepv The average farm readily with loads and from which wo Warts Cuts Bruises Burns Scalds value of every description of live stock can most easily distribute them If en Chapped hands Chilblains Best Pile is higher than on the lit of Jauuary Drives out Pains and gaged in berry growing most of tho dis Â¬ cure on earth 180S tributing will havo to bo dono witli Aches Only 25 cts a box Cure guar Â¬ An eye should also be anteed Sold by Short k Hayues Drug Â¬ wheelbarrows DeWitfs Witch Huzel Salve kept ou tho comeliness of tho grounds gists Curei Scalds burnt Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The garden should never contain Ipss and better be two acres A garden of this sizj can be easily worked witli a horse saving much hand labor which is required in smaller plots If more is grown than required for home use it cun usually bo disposed of at some nearby market kor to some neighbor who will not have a garden Or the area can be devoted to potatoe Be or roots for stock cao bo increased ing near the house it is of easy access and tho farmer can spend many half hours working his gtrden when he would not think of going to tho field for that length of time Tho garden should contained all the Bunill fruits such as berries currants etc 1iatit these in single rows and far enough apart so that tliuy can bo easily The space between can bs cultivated do otod to some vegetable which will compel working around the shrub if the market gardner upon lauds ranging in price from 300 to 1000 per acre can upon a half do iu acres sell more dollars worth of produce than are sold oil many large farms why may not tho farmer grow iu his own garden articles for food that will take the pace of much of the more expensive commodities bought in town The garden cannot be had with out labor but with less considering the amount produced than is required for general larm crops Two and sometimes three crops cau bo grown upon the same ground in one season Witli thu addi tion of a few hotbed sash thu garden can be made to produce fresh vegetables for the table all the year round in selecting places for these heaps I find that most of my neighbors are glad enough to have draw away their coal ashes and I am gad enough to got them It is not easy to get too much of this material to mix witli barnyard manure and other subtances that aro worked into the piles Ex Women Should Know It Illei THOMAS EDISONS STORY OF HIS LIFE AS A TRAIN BOY day recently Thomas A Edison sitting in his little office on Mount Musconotcory Ho was talking to several business acquaintances and in the courso of the conversation ono of the meu present stated that ho had ouce been a train boy Were you said Mr Edison I was one you know What road did you run on Grand TrunktuT offfo JlutpniJ WhygiiWtf BuTI was Did you before your time t say7doyou remem- ONE jdfX Â¬ I LJ Id ft ber the peanut trick Indeed I do Wasnt it tho very first thing they taught us before they turned Everybody knew that Why us loose it doubled the output I remember once I didnt jam them tight enough and they fell through juat as I was about to turn them into the pocket of a country Â¬ man O wasnt he mad I Wouldnt bay the nuts and cautlc ned every ono on the car against me Said I was a sharper and aroused things generally The ptanut triek of the old time train boy waa executed as follows The tin measure which the boys used were long and narrow Thoy tapered gradually being slightly smaller at the top than at tho bottom In filling a measure the boy would push it rapidly through tho peanuts in the open basket A few nuts would rattle inside but almost immedl ately a doz m or two would jam or wedgd in the narrow mouth of the measure When lifted up the measure would ap pear to be full and as the trick would be performed In full view of the pur Â¬ chaser the lattur would suspect nothing and allowtho boy to dump the contonta of the half empty can into his pockets when of course all trace of the de-I ceptlon would be lost The two men for the time became They forgot the train boya again triumphs and carea of their after lives and the rest of the company present listened tp the reminiscences of the days when tho greatest Inventor the world told newspapers and pianuU Curious how these things ccme back to you Bald Mr Edison I remember I a funny thing that occurred on one oi Â¬ the old three car trains In my day you when I stopped Some of the passongers know they used to run trains made up laughed others were indignant aud some ol three coaches a bapg ge car a smok- who had not seen his action simply ing car and what we used to call a ladles looked at me in ainnz meiit Look hero boy said the young car The ladles car was always last in man how much aro they worth the string O about a dollar I guess said I Well one day I was carrying my bae Ho turned to the negro on the nxt kot of nuts and appes through tint ladles Bald he give this Nlcodemus car hadnt Bold a thing 89 fur when I seat noticed two young fellows sitting near boy a dollar The negro grinned and turning to the the rear end of the car They were dandies what might be called dudes now box beside him he opened it It was but we colled them stiflles in those days full of money and valuables He took They were yom g Southerners up North out a dollar and gave it to me I took on a lark as I found out aftorward Be Â¬ it and walked up tho cir I was still Bur hind thom sat a nogro valet who had a prised At tlte door I looked back at largo iron bound box beside him on the them and everybody laughed at me for aimn rkaanfi ill flTPdnt frill vntincr mpn seat iTho young men were complaining of they never even smiled at me during the the dullness of thinga When I reached whole performance Well I filled up my basket with priz i the Southerners I asked them if thoy No replied the fellow packaged and come back through the wanted Borne nearest to me We do not and further Â¬ train Nobody bought any of them When I reached the Southerner how more wa are not ging to have any whereupon he grabbed the basket out of ever he said Excuse mo sir and grab my hands and dumptd the nuts and ap- Â¬ bing the basket again he sent the prize packages after the peanuts I did not ples out of the window Look surprised to yell this time I simply said For a moment I was too speak Then I yelled at him in a way here mister do you know how much that made everybody jump around I those are worth did not eay anything I just yelled at No said he how much him on general principles Well thtro were three dozen and Whats the matter boy he said our at 10 centa for each one not to Â¬ Â¬ mention the prlzssln some of them O ho Bald Nlcodemus count up how much the boy ought to havo and give it to him The negro oponed his box rnd gavo mo 1 and again I went away with the while the passengers empty basket laughed Next I brought in somo morning papers nnd nobody bought ttieee either Somehow tho passengers had caught tho spirit of the thing and as it coat them nothing they apparently did not wish to deprive these Southerners of their fun I was watchful when I came to the young bloods this time and I carried tho papors so they could grab them easily Sure enough the nearest one threw them out of the window after tho other things Nlcodemus settled up Then I had an idea I went into the baggage car and got every paper I could find I had a lot of that days stock and over 100 returns of the day before which I was g ing to turn in at the end of the run The whole lot was bo heavy that I could just manage to carry it on my shoulder Wlen I staggered into the ladles car and called Paper In the usual drawl ing way the paasengirs fairly shrieked with laughter I thought tho Souther uer would back down but he never 1 flinched He just grabbed those papers and hurled thorn out of thu window by the armful I got oyer 10 for nil my papers Look hero That dandy was game boy he said when the passengers hud seen tho last of those papors slloat around a curve have you anything else on board Nothing excopt the basket nnd my box I replied Well bring in thoso too You remember the big 3x1 boxes thoy used to give us to keep our goods Well I put the basket in tho box in and turned it over and oyer down tho aisle of tho car to where the fellow sat lie threw tho basket out of the wludow but the box was too big to go that way so ho ordered Nlcodemus to throw it off the rear platf irm I charged him 3 for that box When it had goue ho turned to mo aud eald How much money have you inado today I counted up oyer 25 Nlcodemus had given me Now he said are you sure you have nothing more to sell I would havo brought in the smoking car stove If it had not been hot But I was compelled to say there was really nothing more Very well Aud then with a change in his tone he turned to the negro and Bald Nicodomus throw this boy out of the window I The passengers shrieked with laugh- Â¬ ter but I got out of that car pretty quick I can tell you That follow was a thor- Â¬ oughbred uud I believe ho would have done it oven if tho nigger had refused which was not likely And tho face of the inventor wore a half amused half regretful smile at this vision of his train boy days No Bight to Ugliness The wouiau who is lovely in facoform aud temper will always haye frjends but one who would be attractlveXmust keep her health If she is wialc sickly and all run down she wilKoe nervous and irritable If she jias constipation or kid Â¬ ney trouble her impure blood will cause pimples blotches skin eruptions and a Electric Bitters wretched complexion is tho best medicine in the world to reg Â¬ ulate stomach liver and kidneys and to purify the blood It gives strong nerves bright eyes Buiooth velvety skin rich g complexion It will make a charmlnsf woman of a run down in valid Ouly 60 cents at Short A Haynea Drug Store good-lookin- wim mi mwjiypiipBppigpj W BRECKENRIDGE fno D - -- TK-ni NEWS nd 4T 0 Btlg Edlton Proprlitrj CXkswMffi Current Topics IIY MIIH JIATTIE ORINNKIX PtWiHHWHIiWWWHWtilWHtlHitWWtltriii MWWIWHH WEDNESDAY FEB 8 189J MHwnnminwmmwii EIGHT PAGES Now Anon will you bo good Padercwflkl has bought him a beauti Â¬ ful homo near Lako Geneva where ho is now living I rThe t t 17 lbs J i Eclipse Grocery Company WrXT tlL t t t t Your heart heats over one hun- Â¬ dred thousand times each day One hundred thousand supplies of good or bad blood to your brain t7hleh Is It The ground bog never sausage weather aa this The waterworks supplies trust iron pipe dream is no Public pentlinent in tills country Wh hnve ony to read changes rapidly aud watch to realize it SttX T 3TOTJ fio 10n t t t Indictments by prominent ex mayors and the newspaper fratornitv seem quite the fad in our Kentucky metropolis just now Polks Tomatoes Polka Sweet Corn Granulated Sugirfor 100 8u 8c or 2 for Ifm 10c Ki 10c lb 10c 7c 2Bg3Salt for A Good Broom for Prunes Dkwky and Otis are two of a kind and are hard to beat If bad impure blood then your You are troubled brain aches with drowsiness yet cannotsiccp It is to bo hoped that the soap truat will prove a bubble The Spanish Don can Bee You arc as tired in the morning as at nignt iuu nave uu uiit power Your food docs you but little good Stimulants tonics neaaacne uu pOWUCra caniiui tuic yuu t t T Canned Pears Macaroni Kent Sugtr Cured Hams Arbuckles Ooff e Bacon 5u lb HIGH GRADE ROASTED COFFEES Good Tea Wash Board Bar 10c II 10c 10c Hi California Evaporated Peaches 5oeach No 2 Mackerel 5s 2 Spools Georgi GlarUa Thread for oc 25 pairn of Childrens Utbb d Hose at IBo yard Good Quality of Jeans Mens Childrens and Womens ShoeB at your own price 3 bars Evorvbodya Soan for 6 Ed Goodnight knows how to servo good things in courses His menu each week is varied too He is still on the X Kay court Wo buy for CASH and sell for CASH nnd that enables you to get your Groceries Buy now at the ECLIPSE FREE DELIVERY G- - at close figures You will neod thorn during to the Filipino I Prophet Hicks misses the weather forecast sometimes let us hope valentine month may fal short in storms of his predictions t t t W BEARDS OLD STAND HARDINSBURG- KY - your finish Auuinaldq pulled the eagle birds tail feathers nml got badly clawed up According to Henry Wntterson democracy is in sad need of a Moses wim take the Goebel ice wagon a long time to catch up with the I lard In t t To day Monday the Senate will vote 011 the trealv of Paris Moit of the He publican members will vote for it The t Democrats are divided It t t t 5 boom Acconnivo to Irvingtons receipts she is fast aeiuirii tan proportions postal f TOj Rosenthal the famous pianist is tour- Â¬ ing the states to the Pacific His reper- Â¬ tory has 700 diUeront words any of which he plays without the slightest preparation Ttrnfilrethf liver IvnCVS skin and bowels perform their nrnnop u irlv It rimnves all im- puntics from the blood And it manes me oioou nuu m ia im- giving properties To Has t on N2 NOTICE TO On and after FEBRUAKY 25th utll t t t In Nassau piano playing on Sunday is considered a crime and is punished by n fine In my mothers home the piano was never opened Sunday except for eacred music I will adopt a STEICTLY Wantkii for tho dimocratlc gal r iiatorial nomination a Etatrsinai n i politicians need apply Gex Mhim is nearer the truth re arm ing that embalmed beef controversy than liiH name would imlkatt Â¬ flocovory t t t In fome schools in Pennsylvania the pupils are taught to write or draw with the left baud as well as the right and I like that thus become ambidextrous and think it is essential Many thanks to Yellow Lake correspondent for replying to my question as to its location I now have a very good idea of where it is aud it was quite r manticaily named as well as romantically situated Â¬ You will be rrorc rapidly cu ed if you will take a laxative dose of Ayers pills each nifht arouse the sluggish cure biliousness Kur aJ tlus They snjfi an ex change Cjooil for jon Jun All things come to hitn who nails AViiit lij Ciki ii waiting Â¬ Write to our Doctors tin United particulars thne complete telephone lines will cer Â¬ Wo liavo lha exclut8 services of nrao nf tliotnott eminent plilclaiu In Write freely till the Mate In yniir rao AJdrms DK J C AYKIS Lowell Mus t t t M-- JCSC9 Niceline Clothing within Iter corporate limits talk tainly he i heap at Fortlsville 289 s to The Louisville minister w ho asks Is tiieru a real hell evidently does not know how hot the Falls City is The w lather of the past week has demonstrated that the wound hog is an good a prophet us the balance of the forecaster One IJri ckeuridge county farmer got over 11000 for his bunch of stock cattle last week The bluc grabd had better look to its laurels Caulk dispatches tay that France is quietly preparing for war The French ida of quiet however is a noise so great as to be deafening Quay still lackd thirteen votes of being elected Senator from Pennsylvania II that thirteen holdi out it will bo a lucky number for the country WiihN the telephone xcliaigj is is tablislied and hello boxes are im tallcd it is reasonable to suppose that our peo ple will be morn hociable Â¬ Itatify the peace treaty and then deal with questions of internal policy Let the peace treaty has ben us be a uuit in dealing with any foreign G rover Cleveland and John foe This is no time to talk about a Re Â¬ The Courier Journal refers to them as publican gjverument but an American distinguished signers Toe plain com government mon people speak of them as the ex t t t tinguifchulrigmr8 As a matter of course narrow minded individuals must always lack broadness WHAT WELL DO of mental outlook Hut how glad we The London Outlook says For the are that many livd in our hearts who Lnited States to leave the Philippines are appreciative warm hearted aud direlict now would be to let hell loose whole souled The Outlook should upon the world t t t not allow its farn to get the best of it Miss Agnes Martin lias a music class Uncle Sam will hold the islands if lo is in OAensboro She with her friend compelled to raise cain on them MisB Mathews spent 11 few days at home before commencing her class Agnes is a brilliant performer aud liaa had superTHE REST CURFEW LA W Intelligencer ior advantages Mo The Lexington t t sas The best curfew ordinance is one Senator J G S t Blackburn and Presi- Â¬ that is adopted in each family where McKinley were fast friends when the old man acts as Mayor and City dent The Kentuckian Council night watch and calaboose in the House together though in radical opposition to the Ohio keeper where line and punishment go an politically pronounces him a gentle tog ther man and an able politician Correct A of signed by G Carlisle Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THEIR LIGHTS ARE OUT Ieiition against the latiflcaticn t t t HUU f r Extra fine Tailor Made fancy silk and satin linintrs r ioodu 1250 350 - CASH SYSTEM of doing business It is best for the customers and is best T can afford under this arrangement to sell for me goods cheaper than under the credit system I will assure people that my store hereafter will be the GREAT- EST BARGAIN CENTER IN IRVINGTON CUSTOMERS Â¬ i I In the meantime I will continue to sell goods cheaply and invite your STIilGT CJLSH B 8 01 to patronage Come and see me and b onva BUSINESS M V hi W E 1000 10 BROWN KY 1 IRVINQTON 49c- - to Extra nice Jackets in Astricans Beaver cloth strictly tailor made Ill i DICTION JiuiiE Baukeii of the Louisville cirThe peace treaty was ratilied in the cuit court lias instructed the grand Senate Monday and now the Spaniards are all out of the woods with the excp fury to look for corruption in high and low placts in Louisvilles olllcial circles tlon of Senators Hoar and Tillman In this case as in the past the chances are that the grand jury will use the lit AcoNCiiio the Filipino reprehonta of the telescope iu pursuing its tivo ban gone to Montreal Canada The tle end investigations and it will also kep a climate there u tropic compired to the tub of whitewash handy frost he i in ountercd at Washington 1 t t t 3KESBaBffi9BKKBa9 may play it over and over again and still it does not remain witli you all Be leps ambi- Â¬ methods to the contrary tious to see vour namo on a program in connection with a work of known difli culty than to give a beautiful and at- Â¬ tractive renderiig of something simpler that you have fully mastered The words of praise bestowed upon Â¬ Choate is a great suffragist and finds time to do much work and much writing on the subject she considers human and divine Ill stick to my old theme I have never wanted to vote never wish to but I dont want Mister Man Mister if you please to say we shall not Mrs n Â¬ 500 to Strictly Tailor Made Broad Cloth and Cheviot Jackets ss Dont Forget That the T Sabbath in Louisville is the lirst dtck of a scare htMd in Mondays Louisville Commercial And et there are people who ak if tle jig- - of miracles Las pafMnl Ji ilt The Third Kentucky on it Cuba refused to take a bah sentative Kcutuckijuig thu determined that there should water iu theirs Tin way to As repre 100 wi re be lo of u forgerer to Clo lias awakened this moral old town to a realization of the fact that reient visit verjort crime Iiiih not yet disappeared face of tiie earth from the Mni Hat iie 15 Gisinneil in her Current Topics says that ambidexter Â¬ ity is a good thing She was not think ing at thu time however of pickpockets and councilmeu Â¬ Coi Hmknai there is not the re Â¬ motest possibility of the Louisville Legion being ordered to the Philippines And the statu outside of Louisville claps iU lunula with joy hh The fact that Addison i Porter tiie new Senator for Washington does not make speeches will cHiise his free silver bretherento look on him with suspicion for silence we are told is golden Wi iii a si A CiAitK Montanas Senator-elect is worth WOOOOOOO In spite of the fact that Washington is an ex pensive place to live in the chances are that Mr Clark could go through one sea son without being compelled to pawn his overcoat Â¬ Â¬ I notice in the cities and towns email entertainments or a series of at homes are very popular an much in vogue LETS HUSTLE CioMiiioiiT has an unfailing supply o This is much more desired and far more natural gas and has other natural advan enjoyable than to entertain a mash or a A few congenial tages that should go toward making her crush at one time a great manufacturing center Now that friends to assemble avoids worry and money is becoming cheaper and there is trouble of serving on an elaborate scale t t t a growing tendency toinestin industrial The public officers of Louisville seem plnntH it is high time for this city to put In r hi ct f ot lorwurd and try and secure determined not to admit a Kentucky tin loi alon oi manufacturing plants To product into their market and yet the unke it an inducement for capitalists to IJreckenridge countybid for ten years is investigate our advantages we should thesameas the Barber for five If I were oiler them fre fiU B and cxtmptiun from old Breckeuridge county Id skip through Louisville and hie me to Cincinnati taxation Louisville ehould patronize home proGOOD AD VICE ducts if not make tier feel it by taking The Filipino in urtdiits attacked Man- your custom elsewhere ila Friday hoping to surprise the Amer t t t ican troopi Our boys were on the alert Mine cousin Senator George II Alex and give the insurgents Hail Columbia ander of Louisville he widely known Fifty four of our men were killed and it democrat aud member of the State Sin is known that there was a great slaughate is out as a caudidate for railroad ter of the Filipinos Aguinaldos Commissioner George was popular iu treachery will cost him dear He has the Senate aud was sent there by a hand Â¬ forfeited every claim to the independence some majority He was a Goebel man of the Islands The attack on the Amer He seems to be a leading candidate just ican troops by Ills followers at this time now His fattier cousin Ludwell Alex shows that they are incapable of self ander was an officer in the U S army control and if turned loose would develop t t t into anarchists and would be a menace In no other part of the world is kissing to the peace of the world If as the Louisville Times rajs Kudyard Kiplings so much in vogue aa in Russia From term of half devil and half child up time immemorial it has been the nation Â¬ plieu to the Filipinos the thing for al salute and it is more of a greeting than Uncle Sam to do is to lirst knock the a caress In public allairs aa in private devil out of them ami raise up the child the kisa is an established custom The matrimonial ihond In high circles must in the way it shouul go be one of uninterrupted felicity Now what I want to know is why Hobson WEALTH OF A NEW SENATOR V A Claiik Senator elect from didnt locate permanently under the flag Montana is worth 0000000 Taking Czare Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ t t 250 1MB to 500 Mil U Hoods Sarsaparilla by those who have taken it proves the merits of the medicine u tsw--ii- Brandenburg Ky discount D2T f I ASHCRAFT i Til 11 MODERN SAMSON Ex Emtok Enlok of the Dispatch was undoubtedly aware of the fact that that paper would bo a losing venture for It would 1U stockholders months ago have been more to his credit for him to haye warned them then than it Is now Enloe has not been treated well by Car- Â¬ The latter was Enloea Polilah ter and clipped oft his lockV of power En loe now essays the role of Sainton and Is endeavoring to pull down the pillarj that support the Dispatch even though lie is buried in the ruins Â¬ John Pike ie suffering from a sevore hearts But it is well for us to remember some bargains are genuine aud some case of la grippe spurious and that merchauts are in busi- Â¬ Mrs James Hendnck was the guest of ness to make money for themselves and Mrs Young last Thursday not for us To learn to discriminate is Eugene B Aslicraft called on Miss our business not theirs Mamie Neaua Sunday eve t t t Miss Ella Smith visited Davis Young Wo are to have in our large cities it aud family Saturday night seems a substitute for tiie saloon Mifca Sue Reese spent last week with through the efforta of Kev W S Rains her sister Mrs 1 D Ashcraft ford aud many other influential citizens We are sorry to report that Mrs The resore will be for both men nnd What right has a man Floriel Roberts is no better at this women Good to spend his evenings away from his writing I am not in favor of wife and children A S Ashcraft and family were the a rich mans club auy more than I am guests of Mrs Robert Heudrick and Let a husband family Monday of a poor niauB saloon spend after busiuerB hours at home with J AI Herndon and wife spent Satur- Â¬ the wife who is compelled to be there day and Sunday in Brandenburg the morning noon and night I imagine a gtust of their parents great mauy wives will frequent the pro- Â¬ It has been reported that A D Ash- Â¬ posed resorts yes and the babieB too craft is having a house and barn pattern Home is the spot sawed What do you suppose it meana t t t Messrs Henry Kerty and Joe Clay Musgrove our Hamilton Charles county post now a bright younc comb two of Websters nicest young Meade lawyer aud interesting writer of Louis- men attended the party at W II Ash ville has a well written and instructive crafts Saturday night Henry Cowley closed a very success- Â¬ article in Sundays Courier Journal on rag time music now the fad Charley ful school at Andersonvllle last F Iday says Louisville originated the music Syncopated time is of cource rag- Â¬ time not quite as we fiud it in Georgia A or Mr Johnson Turn Fortify the body against disease Camp Meetiu but we llud syncopated or MeLooso t t Â¬ into account all the various business in unusual accent in many of the classics by Tutts Liver Pills an absoMrs Calvin Brices old clothes sale terests witli which lie has a connection Ben Uarney ia in New York doing his lute cure for sick headache dys- Â¬ or Mis or Miss anybody else whose he probably stands with his own wealth rag time song aud dance specialties pepsia sour stomach malaria wealth is represented by six figures surrounded by 100000000 of capital He stands well in Gotham but he ia a can Bell their old clothes on account of constipation jaundice bilious His copper initio holding in Montana But think of an Louisville man going into mourning and Arizona are most extensive and at t t t ness and all kindred troubles ordinary evorv day mortal selling out this lime are worth about 200 per cent Ills or her wardrobe Such mortals give I sympathize with any one who has The Fly Wheel of Life memorizing lengthy pieces of more thau they were a year ago He is them away to their poor kin or asll trouble in said to have the ambition of being known Your Liver Pills are all cases bear mo out in my them clandestinely or surreptitiously music and as the copper kiujt of tills country conviction that menioiy as wellaasiuht the fly wheel of life I shall ever There is a good deal iu a name too as Ho is not an orator nor a bookish man well reading is a specific quality of the mind as dollars He comes into the Senate as another which we either have or haye to do be grateful for the accident that t t t type of the era of business men legislaThis ia called between seaaous and without and all claims which are made brought them to my notice I feel tors It has been frequently said that shoppers are following the alluring web for certain methods that make it possias if I had a new lease of life Ids real reason for seeking the Senate of marked down which has great ble for every one to ineinorlzi are One may J Fairleigh Platte Cannon Col ever since 1880 has been due to a desire fascination for women To find bargains spurious and fraudulent to gratify his family who are rarely Is quite creditable and the remnant understand the form of a piece analjse seen in Butte but live in the East counter has many charms or feminine It have ita plot on the Angers ends and Â¬ H M fd t Clothing Jackets Capes WILL END VERY SOON r THE FAIR Cloverports Leading One-Price-House u A 5es Tk Strong Fortification t JP long investment is improved Raal Estate You will now seek n good investment Vr 15 Over for Vour savins The best known Secure your ground and write to WILL GOMRANY SHINGLES DOORS SASH BUNDS ETO LOUISVILLE god thiuga to eat 494 FOR PRICES ON Distance Telephone KY w DrTutt Â¬ Â¬ Tutts Liver Pills He gaye his pupils a nice treat We are glad to have Henry In our midst again Messrs Mora Galloway and La Rue Cox of Irvlngton attended the pound party at W II Ashcrafta Saturday night and were the guest of Euitene Ashcraft The pound party at W II Ashcrafta was a grand succes Saturday night There was a large crowd and plenty of near futurj to attend another like it We hope in tho Horrible agony ia caused by Files Burns and Skin Diseases These are m mediately relieved and quickly cured by Da Witta Witch Haxel Salve Beware of worthlesa Imitationa Short A Hay- nea -- W1 sz wTz i -- mimm M- arjnrwwmjvufljii mhhiwimwii j - JKiil f pjrif ww TIflllWff -- 1jrty Jt ifJJfiw1Vf p tm Wtiiwipyp qpr 4f srwmiii Breckenridge WEDNESDAY t News i FEB 8 18W t J Local Brevities SIoIrIiIi k 1b good Itlvor is Btntlonary Iib Is polar weather Ich creepora at Kntairn Circuit Court next week Mrs Mary fiialiear is quite ill Colli weather has como in earnest Fred Fratz3 went to Louisville Mon- Â¬ day Corn ia selling on the local market at 80 cents Hicks predictions for February aro be Â¬ ing verified was in Morris Beard Himllnsbui town Sunday The bg revival nieetiru will begin Sunday night A B Sklllman wns in Louisvillo Fri Â¬ day on business Wheat has dropped back to 70 cents on the local market bf - Dr S S Watklnp of OwonBboro was In the city Sunday The infant child of Mr and Mrs Wm HollliiB is quite ill The man with a Ituge rriervo slot k f coal is strictly in it Captain Jamis llt nnon of Itywesville was in the city Sunday Miss Ruth Stern t ol Skillmau spent Sunday in the city Orville Skiilman epeut Sunday at Can nelton and Hawrsville Ed Bacon of Louisville was the guest of Jainte Fisher Sunday It is not the wicked alone that stand in slippery plac h tbtse days James Skiilman went to Hardinsburg on legal business Thursday Clover creek is fret zing over and the skating may yet hi good George Benily f llawaiville was in the city Monday on business c Ruth Haynts who has been quite ill with tonsilitif is much better Miss Lillian Mayo of Anchorage is the guest of Miss Nellie Gregory T W Harmon and J T Milner of Mies sssJ K V Patesyille were in town Friday J E Maupin of Elizibethtown was in the city Wednesday on business One a id one half pound bar of soap at Suizurs for 5 cents formerly cost 10 cents Jesse Weatherholt of near Skiilman made his regular visit to the city Sun- Â¬ day The richest rarest and raciest valen- Â¬ tines of the season comic kind at Sul A zers The ground hog faw hisshadow Thuis day and went back to his hole for six weeks Miss Clara Lewis of Haidinsburg will be the guest of her cousin Miss Florence Lewis this week T YT Cook of the Louisville Evening Post was in the city Thursday in the interest of his journal On r account of the inclement weather Sunday there were no services at the Presbyterian chursh A J Katz of Horse Cave was in the city the past week looking after his business interests here Miss Clara Heston after a pleasant visit in this city returned to her home at Hardinsourg Friday The old fashioned woman is improv Â¬ ing this season of the year by dosing her family with sassafras tea H L Stader spent Sunday very Where he pleasantly in the country went is a deep dyed mystery Miss Anna Fuchs the guest of Mr and Mrs liofllas returned to her home at EvansvlUe Saturday evening Miss Edna Moorman who was the guest of Misses Rena and Sadie Birk at Owensboro has returned home Mrs Charles Hamman spant Friday with her sister at Addison She was ac- Â¬ companied by Miss Jennie Bates H Driskell of Spottsville was in the city Monday on his way to Hardinsburg to visit his brother Andrew Driskell Orville Skiilman went EvanBville Monday evoning He will remain there a week the guest of Eugane Iglehart The deeD blanket of snow on the ground assures large crops for the farm Â¬ ers and a fine practice for the doctors 1 X iWri BM St fV fti 1VL L1 4 R who was the guest her grandmother Mrs Delphina Pop ham at Louisville has returned home Miss Ella Popham of Miss Liza and Eva May went to Evans villa Saturday eyenlng where they aro the guests of Mr and Mrs Frank Seifred Grain O the famous cereal breakfast drink It is better than coffee healthier tnan tea makes nerve blood and muscle r i t f at Sulzers Charles Hamman went to Louisville Tuesday to attend the annual session of the embalming college and returned home Friday Victor Bowmer who has been spend irg the past few weeks visiting friends and relatives at Hopkinsville returned home Sunday Mrs J D Babbage and daughter Mil- Â¬ dred accompanied by John K Ditto spent Sunday witli Mr and Mrs Abe Ditto at Long Branrb Tho small pox scare at Louisvillo has stirred up the people of this city and the local physicians have vaccinated several cautious persona thus far Moigin Meyer of Lowlsport was a pasaeDgir on Fridays East bound train He went to Louisville where he ia the gnestof his slater Mrs Lawson fv i M J Burst O jf lla TOniA Kind You Haw Atari wojhl Mrs It J Barry who has been visiting BRANDENBURG relatives at Portsmouth and Cincinnati Ohio returned homo Friday night Mrs Hanco Hamilton spent Saturday Miss Rosa Riddel who has been at with Mrs Lizzie Bland Holt attondlng her mother during tier A bad night last Friday which kept recent lllneao is back at her post at Friz man y from tho literary en store She reports her mother much Mips Ada Browno pupiln will be Inbetter Hpysor Drum Major of tho Third vited to take part in my pupils recital Roy Mrs George Clarksou and little grand Kentucky which is now in Cuba nan received an honorable diechnrgu ftoui sou Tamps OConnor aro guests of Mrs tho army and will return to his liotnt in II 0 Woodson this city via Havana Miss S hetolla Elder and Miss Mat Â¬ tingly of Payneavllle wero visitors to our C T Baker of tlin Rockport Journal ppttit Sunday with Fred Mnrlnoe of Hit town Saturday nnd Sunday Nkivs Henry Novltt Will Smith and Fritz Brother Chuwulng is to be ton gratulated on having a man of Mr I ak Sheneo of l ouinvllle upptit Sunday with Mr and Mrs R II Nevitt eru capability in his employ Brother Litchfield preached last Sun 01 Mattingly linn gone hank to the ships to work and has thrown up the day morning and nigit Tin slf et kept cunttactof cairying the mall ftoru the me at home to my regret trains to the depot Foster IMs tr has Several new pupils at tho Normal with secured tho contract to haudu the more to follow Dont inita the chanco malls of jour life to receive au education Mrs Lna Nevitt is so ubsobud in her Prepare For Bpring graded Btudiea mid her cloHIrs in each Dont let this season ovt itako ou grado that she is rehutaut to take any bo fore you have attended to the impor- Â¬ tant duty of purifying your blood with part In the recital Maydee 1unoy la hayirg such a fire By taking this Hoods Saisaparilla medlcino now you save sickntBi tlmtvill time in Louisvillo sho cannot tear her Â¬ mean time and money as well as Butter Â¬ self away I for one sadly miss her ing later on Hoods Sarsapnrilla will bright cheery pretence and sweet com Â¬ give you rich red blood good appeiito panionship good digestion and a souud healthy Mrs II B Grinnell will pivc a pupilk body It is the greatest and best spring recital this mouth at the Brandenburg uitdiclim becaiiBe it is the One True Normal building It will be February Bli od Im ill r Its unequalled recor I of 12 If the clas and Uahet keep well marveli in c ires has won for it the Program and date later on ujiildeiiiO of the whole people Mr W D AihciaftBiitmei annouitto nunts of the t xnmimition and pilz s CORPORAL FARIUjR awarded but too late for publication last wttk The commencement will bo tl e Wns Seen at Trlsco By an Old Clo er first Saturday night in March port Boy Rev Mr Litchfield aud wife Misses Mabel Susie Elder Lillian Rhodes San 1kancipco Cal Jan 27 lhW Hardin and Beall Grinnell had a pleas If you will grant tho ant day and a fine dinner with Mr aud Kditor New Bjce in the Nfivts to tell the readers Mrs Bonduraut and Miss Aunle last that I had the pleasure of meeting one Sunday of our boys Corporal Bill Farber who Chauucey M Depew will have a haaseeu a little of the Spanish war end etiance no doubt to imtko anotuer kind Bill is looking of speech as well as after dinner ones is now enroute to Manila He be- Â¬ for his chanceB to be elected United well and makes a fine corporal long to tho Twentieth Ri giment U S States Senator from New York are cer- Â¬ Bill was in the fight at tainly Uttering A F Company El Caney Santiago and San Juan He We as a sister Republic have much arrived here Thursday morning and I sympathy for France who has enemies only saw him for a littlo while aud ex- at home and abroad That Fashoda in pected to see him again in the afternoon cident aud the Dreyfus chbu have added but his steamer left about five or dix fuel to the flame which will not be easi- Â¬ oclock r m so did not get to see him ly extinguished Bills time will be up some time in Mrs Wm Rhodes entertained Judge Auuust 1890 S P Woolfolk aud wife Mr and Mrs 1 hope this will interest the Niwh James Bland Mr and Mrs W H readers aud his people With success to Gough Dr and Mrs Burch and Mies S the News and the editor Mr aud Eatella Elder last Saturday Yoirs truly Mrs Rhodes aud their daughters Misses O P Sawyep Lillian and Virginia understand the art of pleasant at Homes 100 Reward 100 The class in literature has finished The readers of this paper wilt be pleaded We will all admit to learn that there is at least one dread- Â¬ Choir Invisible ed disease that science has been able to there is a power and fascination about cure in all ite stages and that is Catairh the book not to be resisted The pure Halls Catarrh Cure is tho only positive lofty aims of tho author are everywhere cure known to the medical fraternty apparent But why would it not make a Catarrh being a constitutional disease good drama on the stage The audience treatment would leave disappointed and dissatis Â¬ requires a constitutional Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally fied That is the highest education which acting directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroy- Â¬ fita one for the greatest usefulness in ing the foundation of tho disease and life A woman who can turn her atten- Â¬ giving the patient strength by building tion to the needs and duties of the great up tho constitution aud assisting nature world about her is eminently one of higher education On the other hand in doing its work The proprietors hvo so much faith in its curative powers one who knows all the ologies and -- isms that they ofier One Hundred Dollars for of the scientific realm and does nothing any case that it fails to cure Sond for for the world is a failure lists of testimonials Mr George Yeakel has been so long CHENEY Co Toledo 0 identified with the people of Meade Address by Druggists 75c county that it seems almost impossible to think of him as leaving for good A Patesvllle Bankrupt and all Mr Yeakel has been the lead Thomas W Harmon of Patesville Hancock county filed a petition in ing merchant of this place since my Saturday His liabilities earliest recollection and he was a merbankruptcy amount to 3774 37 and his schedule of chant in deed and in truth His son assets shone personal property amount Â¬ Ed Yeakel and his nephew Georgo ing to 02001 and real estate 175 Reiman will continue business a the old well known stand with no change n fm otherwise I have an interesting letter from Miss Susie Eatella Elder whose school at Paynesville closes this week and which she has taught successfully Susie will be hero next week to enter Brandenburg Normal and my music class She ex presses herself in glowing terms of Mr of and Burtons A all says0 she would method teaching Susie You go nowhere else is a bright lovable girl and has friends I galore in old Brandenburg who will welI come her back She reads the News and like everybody else likes it I is I have intended several times to men Â¬ tion tho loss of Mr John Frakes tobacco barn In which was Btored a quantity of the weed but it would escape my mind in itself Mr Frakes has suffered severely from fire in the past two years and he has is had great sympathy I have so often Ia thought of his wifes Miss Carrie we all love to call her beautiful resignation under all circumstances death or disas- Â¬ ter She is the same Christian character faithful in every duty church Sabbath school Ladles Aid cheerful active and I J You efficient in each capacity Speaking of graduates diplomas etc will I would issue certificates give prizes if I bad the say so to thoau young people who would Blrlvo to gain Borne com- Â¬ mand of language and learn to ubo choice and select expressions in converIt is deplorable the lack of sation words at the command of the majority of young girls and boys and equally as de- Â¬ plorable to think how very few can con- Â¬ duct even a medium conversation I I am heard a bright young lady Bay will do this when everything I actually degenerating for fear some one else fails There is no doubt will say I am ton loftical should I use choice langiice It nourishes about it Already there Is much interest mani- Â¬ builds up and strengthens fested hero in tho May music festival makes the body strong and and I have been asked repeatedly if healthy not only to throw there will bo a party from here Yrs I off this hard cough but to will take my claes large and small pupils fortify the system against aud all friends will be welcome to Join My presont intention is to hear us It vou are further attacks Marcella Stmbrlch whose equals wero run down or emaciated you found in Pattl and Christlno Nllsson in should certainly take this their prime Mlaa Ssmbrick is a mem Â¬ nourishing food medicine ber 6f the Grau grand opera company oe ind lioo 11 drugiltti aud is a singer from brain heart and DOWNG Chtmbu Nw York SCOTT HH M W throat But majority will rule whom we UM Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- ISEASES THAT KILL hFs3 5 fw tarrh of the lungs Certain mvi Consumption is ca- Â¬ contAlica- - The smallest things may exert tho greatest inlluenco De Witts Little Early Risers are um quailed for overcoming constipation and liver troubles Small pill best pill safo pill Short Haynes Â¬ -- J sr tions make consump- iiiru cases Most tarrh of Â¬ death from consumption aro tho direct result of neglected ca Â¬ WANTS FOR SALEOR TRADE HORSE SQUARE DEAL Is what everybody gets that comes to our store to trade The little boy and girl are waited upon just as promptly as the grown up customer They are not shoved aside and taken ad- Â¬ vantage of because they are little Wo want the trade of the If your little children as much as we do that of the big folks boy or girl wants works harmoniously with naturo to eject tho tubercles from tho lungs and works so successfully that if thcro is a euro for consumption Is tho remedy Read this letter from Mrs U A Tyncr of Four Oaks N C about her daughter Mrs L Kcene Sho says Po-ru-Pe-ru-Pe-ru-- SAIK One 4uitle unci hurnesi mure Cite JL yiarsolil fifteen anil one lourlh handt IiIkIi wr will fxchaniro for larye youni work mult II I KURTZ Wcbter Kv TUITION lOlt IIOIt hAIK IIIHCKKNUIDOK NltWS OKHU FOR SALE Ccllilicate In liryant Cullrge Loultvile Kv POULTRY Stratton Apply to Medicine Co Columbus O Drury et al Delis Hqulty All persons having claims against the estate of William Drury decrasttl are notified to pre uillhear Marcella Sembrick has made sent the same properly proven to the undersigna hit of sensational dimensions in New ed commissioner ol the HreckcnridKe Circuit Court at York tliis season New York is favored or his ollice in the town of Hardinsburg Ky on before the Siconil Monday In February above all other cities of the earth for This the 14th day ol Kebruary 1S00 GUS JUtUWNC IIC C eio gets weeks and weeks of grand opera Â¬ Â¬ My daughter had every Deak Sins 10U SAtK IVw well bred CockeieW of Hatred symptom of consumption suppression 1 Plymouth Rock a til Lnngthan Ilreedi cheap Hggi In lea of menses night sweats nnd great ema Must go at once nr be Uughlered ciation Sho was so low that nono of son C C LKWTS Ilnx htephtnrpott Ky our neighbors thought sho could Bve FOR SALE STRAWBERRY PLANTS In May Mr 0 R Adams of this place told mo If who had taken Strawberry plants twenty ilifffrIIiOR SAUK G W varieties Write for prices anything would help her w INCH KM Tohlnsport Ind would I got a bottlo of it and somo rock candy nnd began giving It to her During tho first fow days sho was so A AVI TV weak sho could only take a half tea spoonful at a time but I gavo it to PRACTICAL SURVEYOR For information on sur- Â¬ her as often ns sho could bear it In less than a week sho could walk two veying write mo at hundred yards and back without rest CLOVERPORT KY ing sho kept getting stronger and In twelve months sho seemed to be as well ashocverwasinhcrlife I feel and so Uommi88ioner8 Notice docs every ono that know about her HreckcnridKe Circuit Court saved her life sickness that William N Drurysiidmr IW Notice vs In My daughters namo is Mrs L Kcene Willa A Â¬ 4 Po-ru-Po-ru-- - F BE A Pair of Shoes A Nice Dress or Clothing of any kind Dont hesitate to send him or her to our store We will see that they are well treated and get just what you want them to get Come yourself for goods suitable for mid winter Â¬ Pe-ru-n- a Prices Are Away Down Low 17 with live acres of ground orchard vine yard nnd small fruits A good loThese aro dangerous times for the cation for other blacksmith Also a good shop health Croup colds and throat trou- Â¬ for sale Will trade for land Call on bles lead rapidly to Consumption A or address bottle of Oue Minute Cough Cure used Clifton Mills Ky at the right time will preserve life J M FITCH health and a large amount of money Short and Havnes Fung by the most famous artists in tho world London is not so favored as re gards lencthy periods of warbling For Sale or Trade Â¬ A Four Room Cottage Â¬ SULZERS AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAVWVSA FOR SALE lii STAND HIGH ONE BAY MARE Height weighs 1300 pounds good road School Children Range High In Their Grades stcr and splendid driver Perfectly safe for any lady or child For information apply to M F POIMIAM Cloverport Ky Holt Kv Jan 31 ISOl Below is tho standing of each pupil for the fifth month ending January 27 18 who merited 85 per cent graded on deportment and general class work Harry Board 17 C Frieda Reidel 17 5 7 3 Bessio Mitchell 174 Gus Riedel Willie Mitchell 00 3 Henrv Coons l37j Alice Board 15 2 Efllo Boultinghouse 04 Morris Board Sallio Williams K4 7 Sherlie Coons 13 Krnest Pierce 0 Minor Pierce 10 Athel Powers 87 We were pleased to see so many of tho patrons pr sent at the close of school and desire to express our thanks to the patrons and pupils for their courtesy during the term of school Very respectfully 1 J ILHunsche The TAILOR This Kind of Will be in Clover port on the 2d and 4th l4j Friday of every month with Casper May Co OANNBLTON IND Weather You Need FoiiusT Havnes V JSold FJ I Â¬ Â¬ T- Purest Drugs Cleanest Groceries Cheapest Notions Latest Styles in Ladies and Gents GOOD SHOES We Have Them Prices Right WM Tm cough wmm on have used sorts of cough reme dies but it does not too deep yield it seated it may wear out time but more liable to fit Â¬ FURNISHINGS VEST SONS produce grippe pneumonia or a seri BIGGEST BARGAINS IN ous throat affection need something that give you strength and build up the body EVERYTHING VWMVWWWWIlWMyWl Â¬ SCOTTS EMULSION E A WITT i HARDINSBURG KY Ilayo had years of oxperionce in compounding prescrip- Â¬ tions Work carofully done WITTS aa you OUR HIGH GHAOE UUHDICK SEWINQ MACHINE kjfrliU l u v Mhjfl I tsHiBti iouranoiminil at Mt rrlfkl pi net If found twrfxil MlLrctrr riactljr 11 u i r uw utl I Mllafi rtDroienleil 4 lilt kUKAllUT IUHIUI1 YOU Till llkHU Uf vjr Special Otfor Price rritifiiitt our lliemrlilnvweltihi la SIB 50 and rrelifht charge pound ami the frpltfht will average 71 rent for rath 6ou mllffl GIVE IT THREE MONTHS TniAL In voiirowii home and weull return your IIWJ any day you aru not ftalUHetl Wtll dlfftrrat kiiIm ntdiradtaof 00 fiili9litli at MWtlOttUU Im IUW and up all of jhlfh tsinll iltxu ttMul In Ham Hilt UUHDICK for UU 7 DItAWKH aUtfut but 1330 U the trraateat value ever offered by any fcousa --rood point of every hliih irriule macblua mad with the defecla of none MadCr aal Htatr ia intrlca bULIUOikClBISirr J Una limCOrKU polUb Hun nlokl drawer pull ration t cuter ball tearlnp ullmublo treadle itenuln miijth Iron Und tlnwt larg hind 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News 1809 COL GREENS The Heaviest flctal FEB 8 A 375000 Bicycle Tho costliest hicyclo in the world lins Major Served Willi juat been flnlaliod at n gun factory in Snmuct Vienna It will coet 000000 gulden Honor During the War which is n little more than 276000 The owner ia a rich South African dia- Â¬ mond king and mine owner who will lie Figured Prominently In the Batpresent tho inachino to his wifo on Iter tle of Santiago next birthday It ia nlaid with precious atones and diamonds on ovory posaiblo Cadet Samuel I Mnjor who graduated part from Annapolis Nayal academy last Sat urday is a Kentucky boy with n record An Honest Medicine for La Grippe of which he is proud During the war George W Waitt of South Gardiner with Spain he was for twenty four hours Me aaya I linyo had the worst cough with out sleep being in command of the cold chills and grip and havo taken lots steam launch that lauded tho troops at of trash of no account hut profit to the Ralquiri when that place was attacked vendor Chamberlains Cough Remedy He was horn at Frankfort Ky being is the only thing that has done any good the only child of the late Col S I M whatever I have used one 50 cent bot- Â¬ Major of the Kentucky Yeoman Ho tle and tho chills cold and grip have all attended various schools at Frankfort left me I congratulate tho manufactur- For several years he lived with his undo For sale by Col Lafayette Green at Falls of Rough ers of an honest medicine A R Fisher Oloverport It A Shell Ky man Stephensport Cadet Major was appointed to the An Â¬ napolis Naval academy from tho fourth When the Queen Travels congressional district by Hon J W The Queen when she leaves Windsor Lewis and entered tiie academy Sept for Balmoral is provided with about a L0 1813 He passed tho first three years dozen copies of a sort of waybill of her successfully and made two cruises to journey which contains a list of all the Aladrld in the sailing ship Monongahela people in her train and the compart- Â¬ One was during the summer of 1810 and ments in which they nre a complete the other during the summer of 1817 timo table of tho whole journey and the When war broke out between Spain explanation of tho gradients Ac printed and tho United States he was ordered to in purple on silk A further edition is duty aboard the United States lligship distributed among the Queens atten- Â¬ New York He went to Tampa and dants and the railway ofllcials served three weeks on the Annapolis one of the convoys of Shaftors ariy Dr Bulls Cough Syrup is a grand He assisted in litting out the transports old remedy used for many trars anl stW In fmlcc lA lie participated in the atUuk on Mht tiey lavor It ii without doult tke test nukuw ru 1 Ilahiulri and at the latter place his pulmonary arte tluns It nlwuys corn AH r 4I it fjr i j en staying pun era were taxed to their ut this most capacity but he remained at his The nt City popt until the transportation of troops livery liTtw and household utensil was hushed that can he ia made of zinc in tho town He reported for duty on board the of Rareira situated on the cost of Portu Â¬ 2sew York one week before the sinking guese Kast Africa Even when a man o Caryeras iljet and took part in that falls down through the heat In the streets action He was junior oflicer of the aft he is carried to the nearest hospital on a eight inch turret He was on board the znc Btretcher and the hospital itself and New York during tho naval parade in the beds and everything else within it New York harbor and was then ordered are made of the same metal zinc home on leave He has been assigned Again when any one dieB he Is put in to duty on tho New York to a zinc coflin which rests on zinc set Â¬ Dont Irritate your lungs with a stub-euetles and it is placed on u zinc carriage and carried to a z nc church and then born couch when a pleaeaut and buried in a zinc lined grave if the de Â¬ tive remedy may bo found in DAL LARDS HORHUOUFD SYRUP Price ceased can allbrd the latter luxury 5 cento and f0 cents A R Fisher The reason is that zinc is the cheapest material that will withstand the humid The Shawl Returning climate for any time There is every indication that before SAVED OUR LIFE the next new skirt pattern come out there will be no more honored article of Not Neglect the Kdncys and wearing apparel quoted than the shawl Do Tor a good dozen of lustrums the shawl Bladder has hidden its diminished size and fringe Disorder of these important orgnns in tho wardrobes of elderly ladies causes Brights disease rheumatism pnin Without the least warning it has now become exceedingly modish Exquiate in the back dropsy and other troubles Disease sometimes getsn hold upon your crepe silktquares witli fringed edges and kidneys and bladder before you realize colored borders in Persian pattern are that anything serious is the matter an essential part of the evening toilet At home in the afternoon women wear Often these organs pre neglected until that awful malady Brights disease has exquisite imported Japanese shawls of fastened upon you and death awaits its mingled wool and silk in pigeon throat Many miraculous cures have purple or white und pine leaf green victim been wrought by a course of treatment pinned like capes on either shoulder with Dr Davis Kidney Tablets These Grips Ravages Doomed tablets are put up in the shape of a kid- Â¬ o much misery and so manv deaths ney bean and the formula has been pro- Â¬ nounced by the best physicians of mod have been cause by the Grip that every ern times to be the most direct In actiou one should know what a wonderful rem Â¬ on the kidneys of any remedy known to edy for this malady is found in Dr medical science You can eat these tab Kings New Discovery That diBtreasing lets as you would candy Send for free stuboru Cough that inilimes your throat booklet on kidney diseases Sold by all robs you of sleep weakens your system druggists or sent on receipt of price and paves the way for Consumption is 50 cents and 1 quickly stopped by this matchless cure If you have chills and fever pain in the To Releie Choking Lack of the bead soreness in bones and Raising the Mt arm as high as you muscles sore throat and that cough that can will relieve clokii taiKh more rap Â¬ grips your throat like n vice you need idly than by being thutuprd in tin Dr Kings New Discovery to cure your back explained a well known resident Grip and prevent Pneumonia or Con of Georgetown to a Washington Star re- sumption Prlc lOcta andJlH Meis porter And it la well that every ono ey back if not Mired A trial bottle free Bhould know it for often a person gits at Short A Hayitcs choked while eating when there is no Common Symptoms one near to thuilip him Very frequentI think I am hi love with that girl ly at meals and when they are at play children get choked while eating and When she come around 1 Ket three new the customary manner of relieving them diseases What are they is to slap them Bharply on the back Palpitation of tho heart ossification The effect of this is to set the obstruction free bo that it can bo swallowed The of the head and paralysis of the tongue same thing can be brought about hv To insure a happy new year keep the raising the left hand of tho child as high liver clear and the body vigorous by as possible and the result comes much UBing Do Witts Little Early Risers the more rapidly famous little pills for constipation and Haynes liver troubles Short Marvels ot a Graphophone Â¬ 1 Â¬ PROTEGE t 6 6 race Fikst A POLITICAL VIEW Down in this Neclc oi m Kditok liiiKrKKNiuiHii Nkwb Woods tho conclusion haa been reached that any candidate for Governor of Kentucky who attempts to carry tho following load will not only break his back but he will bo defeated in tho Tho advocacy of tho Chicago Platform of 189G 9 Tho heaviest metal is osmium which has hulk for btik nearly twice the weight of lead The epeclflc gravity of gold Is about 10 while that of osmium ia almost 22 Osmium Is hro the most Infusible ot metals remaining unafTected by n degree of hint capable of canning platinum to run like water It oven r slats the inconceivable temperature of the electric arc gm mm mm mmm mm m mmmmg che Best flour on 1 ZZ 6artb Ib mude by tho BATES MILLING COMPANY at Jolly StationTho two loading brands aro 1 Z Extra Patent Prepare For Spring Â¬ in ita t t t 6 6 6 lr Â¬ X t entirety Second Tho advocacy of tho Goebel Election Law Thiud The advocacy of tho rcnomination of Wm Jennings Bryan for tho presidency of tho United States in 1900 Now hold on lot us illustatc Wo all know ia tho scionco of Mechanics that with tho ma- Â¬ chinery and ropes in onoB hands tho advantago is manifold On tho same principle in the science of politics tho fallows in power undor Baid law havo a powerful levorago to count tho other follows out And as countiog out is a good deal the or- Â¬ der of the day with both sides it will assuredly be done unless a strict surveillance iB kept by the Outs Tho writer will say that any candidate advocating those three propositions will lose ten per cent of tho best democratic vote of Kentucky Why What defeated tho Democratic party of Kentucky in 1895 Echo answers that the gubernatorial candidate refused to stnnd on tho financial platform adopted by tho Louisville Convention Tho very act for tho first timo in our history rendered possiblo the electon of a Republican governor Did it not And will not the same thing bo repeated The writer has observed that since the year 1801 tho Republican party has been notorious for its I big fat jobs and the Democratic pirty einc the yar for its Ijig mistakes rsot one of thi ae truths can bo cuntro vrlcd by any fair minded man When searchh for that fair gem yclept honesty and find not go into tho camp of either political party and tho very v 9 9 Dont let this season overtake you bofore you havo attended to tlin Important duty of purifying your blood with Hoods SarBaparilla Uy taking this medicine now you aave sickness that will mean time and money as woll as sutler ing later on Hoods Sarsparilla will give you rich red blood good appetite good digestion and a sound healthy body It is the greatest and best spring medicine because jt is tho One True g Wood Purifier Its unequalled record of fmarvelous cures has won for it the confidence of the whole people tZ JET - Sea Foam Old Glory Siralght Patent Second Grade I g g Z 1 Z 1 2 -- Mntllogly Both are made of fine selected wheat and aro guaranteed to contain no corn filler They aro honest brands For sale at tho -following places in Brcckenridgo county J E g g Z Progress of Cremation Edward Uellamv Sherman Iloar Mrs Burnett the daughter of James Russell mt Z Lowell Dr 0 P Worcett r Col George H It M Barned and Dr J Hober Smith with 1G0 other dead pi ople were cremated in Boston last year and a second crematory is to bo established there by a cemetery company It is confidently predicted tlfat the cremation idea wHI cnntiiue to grow Perkins ienijeane Kirk J W C Moorman Julian Brown Dro Co P Shceran D F Deard Hardinsburg Horned -- C W Tayne Co Rock Vale -- Elijah Cooper Tar Fork J 0 Rice Co Zm --mt ZZS Is sold in Cloverport by P FRAIZE call for It and Oct a Pure Flour M Tftuuuuuuum uuiuiiUt w ui a w ia ft 11 9 1 Fatalityof- Croup - II t nee will tlurc bi found Urn mki mi AiES and wherever there is most honey there you will find tho average politician sucking i c 1 Ktatistica show that thousands of in Â¬ fants ind rhiidren die yearly of mem brantom croup We do not exagg rate when we slate that evuy one of these innocents could have been anved bad Foleys Honey and Tar been gtv n them in time Cai you allbrd to bo without A It Fisher it in your household Oloverport R A Shellman Stephens port E A Witt Hardiueburg A liKHdimUd When DONS COMPLETE PILE CURE is guaranteed to curo you It is tho discovery of an eminent physiciam No Knife I No Why Suffer Agony Interruption of Business d New Shlrt Waist Set The shirt waist girl has something to live for yet and its nothing short of a novelty Theres a new shirt waist set in coral which is the latent craze Eieh and every button is a bit of beautiful coral the aizi of a pea and set in a dainty rim of gold Festus Young Grandmother Tho first treatment brings immediate relief It has cured thousands and will curo you MR T S WILCOX prominent merchant politician nnd chief of tho Chattanooga Fire Department says After years of suffering DONS PILE OINTMENT was recommended 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 Â¬ To Curo Cuutlatlon Forever 1JI2tj4lHaets Candy Cathartic lOo or25o If f C O fall to cure ilrusijlbts refund mooey Â¬ Jetting Husbands In Slam c- Every Siamese girl who reaches a cer- Â¬ tain pga without marrying is ticketed and labeled and placed in a privileged clas under tho special tnre of the king who binds himself to find a husband for Frequently accidents occur in tho them all His method is delightfully household which cause burns cutp simple A prisoner in any of the Siamese For use in such iails may gain his pardon and release by sprains and bruises cases BALLARDS SNOW LINIMFNT marrying one of the ineligible claas hhs for many years been the constant Whethe bo is already married or not is favorite family remedy Price 23 cts not of great conaequenc for in Siam it is not necessary to draw tho line at one and fiO cts A R Fisher A county in Illinois comes proudly to thi frout with a grandmother only 25 years of age She was marrie I when on ly 11 years old her daughter married when she was 12 and Is now a mother A guard will be stationed around the cradle of the grandchild to prevent her from eloping as it is rumored the tevera enterprising yearlings are already mann ed on her Â¬ Price 100 Prepaid to any Address CHATTANOOQA TENN DON CHEMICAL COMPANY America England and Scotland It F came from the Eastern nations and was originally intended as a sign of relinquish- Â¬ ment by the relatives of their authority over ttie bride An old Jewish custom wife provided that a brother of a childless He Wasnt Afraid There Is No About it man had the first privilege of marrying n Her Papa You must remember sir No question indeed with those who widow and until her brotber in law re- Â¬ that my daughter has been used to an have used it but that Foleys Kidney fused her she could not marry pgnn IN atmosphere of refinement Cure is absolutely reliable for all Kidney Another authority maintains that the The Young Man Ys she told me nnd llladder disease A R Fisher throwing of the shoe was a ehatn assault the other night that the perfume she Oloverport J R A Shellman Stephens on the groom who was supposed to bo us a costs 2 40 an ounce but I know port L A Witt Hardinsburg carryirg off tho bride where I can get a big discount on the Bamo BtulT Why We Throw Shoes After a Bride The custom of throwing old shoes and rice has prevailed for many years in MikiSHHHHMiiinRMM Jl J M HARDIN Brandenburg Ky R WILDER G28J Fourth St Louisville Ky HARDIN IRVINGTON WILDER the JDIEZLsTTISTS Every Wednesday and Thursday nfter Eourth Monday in Each Month Difficult work nuch as Bridges and Ciowns a specialty Latest appliances used Good work guaranteed rniTilm til - - m flffX- - fl if mh Mi wwmaMMmenmmm tmtdm Ilirt most tentr My located fiVaZVPEROAY Motel In Owelty RATES M Â¬ 1 Â¬ Every La Grippe is again epidemic precaution should be taken to avoid it Its specific cure is One Minute Cough Cure A J Sheperd Publisher Agri- Â¬ cultural Journal and Advertiser Eden No one will be disappoint- Â¬ Mo says ed in using One Minute Cough Cure f jr Pleasant to take quick to La Grippe Haynes act Short Back to the Holy Land King In tho now Ring out tho old Ring out the falso Sing in tho true We bring to you the new and true from tho plney forests of Norway min DR BELLS Pine-Tar-Hon- ey -- SIouisyilleKy Â¬ Â¬ From United StateB Consul Rayudal at Beirut the State Department has re Â¬ ceived valuable information touching tho return of Hebrews to the Holy Laud Ho says that about 40000 of the 200000 population in Palestine are Hebrons Twenty years ago there were only IJOjO Hebrews in the country In the city of Jennaem tLere are 22000 Hebrews and the Consul says that the rapid develop ment of Palestine is certain whether tin Hebrews carry out their cherished colonizttion idea or not Mr S A Fackler Editor of theMican opy Fla Hustler with his wifa and children suffered terribly withLaGriope One Minute Cough Cure was tho only remedy that helped them It acted quickly Thousands of others uso this remedy as a specific for La Grippe and its exhausting after effects Short Haynes A BOON TO MANKIND SMMMMatBHnHBBHMiHmRHaMBBaHKaaiHaMIIM DR TABLERS BUCKEYE In r CZ i science to of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes Natures most natural remedy Improved by a Pleasant Permanent Posltlvo Cure for coughs colds and all inflamed surfaces The sore weary cough worn Lungs are exhila5 Â¬ th n SSmE rnI L 01 ot Hfnz MM 2 Wh PILE mljI1 O tri mitShrtm o HJ- ml 21 M o 5 i loo rated the microbe bearing mucus Is cut out the cause of that tickling Is removed and the inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that there is no Inclination to cough SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS RaJsMF CURE cirSEn v Tl weak nrivWeT I Bottles Only 25o 60o and 1 OO Slxei BE SURE YOU GET Dr Bells P nsy A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 76 CENTS BOTTLES 60 CENTS JAMES F BALLARD nop troc ur mjm au a mmwi IW K Iikrl44 IHUa TUtmk If Sole Proprietor 310 North Main For nale bv A It Fintier Oloverport Ky Street ST LOUIS MO One of the wonders of the end of the century is the home Graphophone that will reproduce any kind of music or any sound One can arrango a full program of the most attractive hand orchestral or vocal music and vary it every evening On the Graphophone one can record the human voice or any sound and reproduce it at once You cau keep the voices of your friends to bo heard whenever you wish Graphophonea made for home entertainment can be bought as low as 10 Write for catalogua 110 to the CoLUMUIA PlIONOOllAlH The Groundhog Saw His Shadow Last Thursday According to all traditions this means that we are going to have six weeks more of hard winter Lay in a supply of Co No 1 ll HI Pennsylvania Ave Washington 0 The Rum Microbe Milk drinkera having been scared sufÂ¬ ficiently the bacteriologists have turned Rum often has upon the rum drinkera a disease known to the trade as fault ness This ia duo to a microbe that strictly speaking does not flourish in alcohol but In its own gelatinous envel- Â¬ ope through the walls of which it can obtain its uecessary supplies of food in the form of augar while keeping out ita enemy alcohol The rum micrococua has been named provionnlly Ooleothrlx methystea It has beon injected Into a guinea pig with no apparent harm to tho guinea pig London Lancet TABLERd UUOKEYE PILE ONT MENT is no panacea but ia recommend- Â¬ ed for Pilea only These it will cure Price Wcentain bottles Tubes 75 A B Iislier makes the hottest and most lasting fire A ton of it lasts longer than a ton of any other kind of Â¬ It Coal i a BASKETT GOAL is a superb fuel for use in flouring mills tobacco factories saw mills and manufacturing plants PRICES IN CARLOAD LOTS Address communications to SPECIAL PITTSBURGH COAL COMPANY BASKETT EY rqpww fr fw T -- - TS ift 94 YOUR LOSS IF YOU DONT AGOEPT THIS MAGNIFICENT OFFER IK3 K - The Childs Bible and the Breckenridge News for One Year THE CHILDS BIBLE Contains tho narrative descriptive and other portions of tho Holy ScriptureB in the words of the authorized version to which arc added more than a hundred pages comprising CHILDS HISTORY OF THE 131 1 LI And iin Account of the Children of the Bible A Richly Illustrated with nearly 5500 fine Engravings and Maps and handsomely bound in cloth 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uml tuo unto Noah Into the urk tho ni ilu uml the fo umle as Uoil hiul commanded No tli lnt I 71 lr aftr IMKI n aiw vftftlk 4 7A tkf dart fttk of 0 rrrfrtA m Aram tmma vw IS Avai nfn CIlltlST ail wfiW tl fl ft III hilW mo met I AND tattle Clod ri iiHinlivrcd Noah and IIvIiik tiling and all tho that inn v Itti Iiltil lu the ark eh II Ki tM buik I This illustration shows the size of typo and the style of pages This is positively the most valuable edition of the Bible that has ever been printed 9- i- Hw Hnr Century The Breckenridge News offers the Teachers Oxford Bibles as a Premium to Subscribers THESE BIBLES THE Breckenridge WEDNESDAY Sell at 250 per volume everywhere in the United States hut the publishers of this paper offer it and a years subscription to THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS for 250 GIFT OF 100 MADE Send in your TO EACH NEW SUBSCRIBER This magnificent offer should not be ignored subscription to the paper and an order for the Bible right now IT IS THE OPPORTUNITY OF YOUR LIFE BR ECKENRIDGE News FEB 8 1899 nflecting the whole world and changinf the course of r istory Measured by re- Â¬ sults rather than morality the war which saw its beginning and its end in 1898 was one of the worlds greatest Spain has resigned her sovereignty in America and the far east and turned ovei to the United States possessions she beld for nearly 400 years The war wiped out an empire the Spanish America Em- Â¬ pire one of the greatest in history and placed conspicuously belore the world a new power The victories of Manila ind Santiago are without parallel and read like romance have taught the worlds powers something of our strength nd raised the dignity of American citizen- Â¬ ship and assured tespect and protection for the American wherever he may be The continental press instead of despis- Â¬ ing our powers as it did in the beginning Not onlv are now covets our friendship we elevated in Europes esteem but we are more assured of our own strength We waged a war with Spain without the loss of a ship or a prisoner dethroning Spain of her continental possessions Meantime we have conducted the largest business in our history cleared off the greatest foreign indebtedness all of which let us hope will unify our people crush out narrowness a d sectionalism inspiro healthy patriotism elevate public sentiment and make our government stronger than ever before As heirs of Soain we are today masters of islands containing more than 15000000 What shall we do with them are burning Expansion imperalism juBt questions intervention for self government are problems before us for settlement Yet confidence strengthened by the war wr bulieve in the sober common sense of our people to prevent our aping tho follies of Eurupo and preserve the grand American doctrine of intervention in be- Â¬ half of people struggling for independ- Â¬ ence rather than we should administer their afiairs as conquered countrys Surely we shall not forget that govern- Â¬ ment derives its just powers from the Consideration consent of the governed and justice must prevado all govern menta by republics else some day the structure must come crushing down What over policy may be adopted con- Â¬ cerning Spanish torritory we think it may safely be assumed that the United States baa ceased to bo apologist among nations our people abroad will be re- Â¬ spected as never in the past Had our government firmly resisted or greatly punished Spains insolence fifteen years ago the recent conflict could not have Out without so much as a occured decent protest we saw Spain arrest our people without cause Imprison them without trial confiscate their property without reward Emboldened by our ab- Â¬ and non resistance ject humiliation Spain thought us spiritless and void of o suffering strength thus intoleratlng of our subjects we courted ultimate trouble that such can never happen hereafter strengthens hope for success greater endeavors Our encourages efforts shall surely yield large compensa- Â¬ tion The unexpected early closo of this great Btrugle of humanity found the United States treasury amply prepared to meet any energency and that there was an available cash balance In the treasury to the amount of 1271900 783 53 American industries will find such an outlet as they never had before will employ more bands and pay bettor wages this will do away in a measure a great many hands not employed NEWS TUG WOMANS SIDE Answer to Kven as you ami The Vampire GLOVERPORT A woman there was and she I KY EPHESUS Mat Pay no said he lint nn attack of la grippe he entertains a hope that he will be able to work in a few days The wheat crop in this vicinity bidd fair for a complete failure the most of it is laying on top of thevground The tupjioaltiou is Rev Watson will begin a protracted meeting at this place He is now at Clifton Mills will begin at Garfield next Sunday Crawford Beauchamp is buying all the tobacco in this neighborhood he is giv- Â¬ ing liberal prices The bible tells us the liberal soul shall be made fat Warnie Macy said today that he had abandoned the notion of going to Texas He said that be and Charlie Brulngton had decided to chat Profs Logan and Roberts a term Edgar Goodman is sowing his clover seed today He said he hitd better luck in noting a stand when he Bowed early my opiuion it was too earlv but he said the fretzes would let the need deep in ground and they would come early The past year was one of tho most reNo markable in the countrys history twelve months siuct our independence have brought greater changes During the year a war originated and was suc- Â¬ Thougb restive cessfully concluded concerning Spanish cruelties in Cuba a year ago wo entertained no idea of a war with Spain Then a great majority of Americaua were ignorant of the Philip Â¬ pines we did not dream that the ship Maine would become a factor in a war Â¬ MiBS was sent for to take her home Judith Walls is also on the sick list Having seen no items from this place Mn Editor Please lay aside all Items coming to you entitled Valley for some time concluded to inform Breckenridge that we were not dead Home as that is the name of my cousins Mr and Mrs W L Bandys home though we liaynt been heard from for a and is not for a community to write while from I believe since I named their Anjono wishing to purchase first class place Valley Home there have been wheat can find same for Bixtj livo cents seven or eight who have tried to adopt pur biiBhel at Deunio Millers From the title Now if I were thoso young what Madam Rumor is whispering people on the creek I would select some- abroad we fear that he will change his thing more appropriate to my surround- mind about selling ere this gets into ing Tlioy surely have not a sentiment print of their own All young writers to be The school here will close the 10th of successful should stand on their own Feb An exhibition will bo given Satur merits and not try to imitate anyone day night Feb 11th An admission feu Owing to my recent return from abroad of five cents will be charged nil except I have not the time to toll you all I wish ing pupils or those on the program The to but will write a long letter in the program will consist of recitations songa near future and describe tho travels in dialogues and pantomines sixty flye England and France of numbers in all Everyone is invited to Ramiilek attend Proceeds will go to repair the WEST VIEW gae her love Â¬ To a pitiless bent she thought him a man Lovetl him as only a true woman can Ken as you and I Ohl the broken hearts the ruinid lies 1 he madness and despair IleionK to tie man who knows fill I well T he 11 line ol lust is the fuel ol hell Hut who knowing does not care Uut this ad out ami m nil to us wlih I on anu wo v Ill send jou Mir mriiovLD You tin t t nuuiitatontuNbjr freight CUU tubjt aik cancxamlno It yournearext treiubt depot anu tot lsmlniilon lfyoultnil It exactly as repre cntcii ciual to organs that retail at 1ioOto1uooothojrretistYalucOueverr awaiidfaruettertuan ore am ad vert i cd by others at more ioy paytho trclk htatrentoar iiHidiTioirriirixfjtil leas thed or JO 75 and rnlsMelunM J 1a a Ihn LrKtlr tin 3175 IS OUR SPECIAL 90 DAYS PRICE i-- price cbarg- Such an otTcr was never made before el by others lIMin nilCCU lonoofthetMtOBraWsa4iwMlMtUaiiilln I Ht AUMt UUttr ptnimcntscvcrraadelTuutbelllustraton mn a lihfll mM tlh Villi mil Iltnil Ilnui ipurmr- - Mado frornsoiiu JMj imo Idea of itsbiiailJul eflandomauiemedjateat lOOOBlyle llKtJlltl1ts Ara- - SEMD US ONE DOLLAR tuts ni llSifeJIlia u Â¬ The woman give in honor ami filth Kven as ou anil I And the beast who uai a beast from birth Draped her white young life in the slime and 111 earth Darkened her name with dishonored breath Iven as you and I Oh the torment smoked a soul lln slain The heartache nnd tears and care llelnng to a beast who as loves High lriest Cued not for honor or truth in the least Slaughtered her soul and did not care And the woman with name ol wife deniid Kven as you nrd I Was cast by the pitiless world aiide And the tetter nature within her died It might have lived had he but tried Ken as you and I Uhl the pitiful shame where men will blame And the false world place its ban On the soul that was slain whose tears and pain Whose prayers and pleadings wtre all in vain Who loved a beast that the world called a man Â¬ Â¬ Bismarks Iron Ner7e Was the result of his splendid health Indomitable will and tremendous energy are not found where Stomach Liver Kidneys and Bowels are out of order If you waut these qualities and the success they bring use Dr Kirga New Iifo Pills They develope every power of brain and body Only 25c at Short Haynes drug store school house Gyi sy A Short Sad Story Neglect Pneumonia Grief Had Foleys Honey and Tar been used this story would have had a happier elid Â¬ R A ing A R Fisher Cloverport Shellmau Stepheuspoit E A Witt Hardinsburg A Cold feet fi Inches iiign 14 ine uos lontrKJnenoa iuuuuh- sa pounds j contains i 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written bindintf 23 ear Kuarantec bf the terms and conditions of which If any y part Klvmout wo repair It freo of charge Try It or -nomn anu wcwuiivianii juut luum TZ jvu at c uui iMU--3r-r-J xi rati nou omionnrH organs wm u toia ai fl ZZ-aa pJPI zga 1 m7 ni I nw riiADAMTrrnoivPARc Uatdttar OUR RELIABILITY IS ESTABLISHED Sl1iirdcratOBt rywvA tjKzxwm r - Wmmm JiHi si KVri not dealt with us ask your nelehbor about us write fhn nnlillMher of thi tinner orMetroDolltan National llask National Hank of thu ltepulillc or Hank nt Commerce Chlcat o or Herman Exchanire Bank New York of any railroad or express eomnnny In Chicago Ha hate a capital otoirr UOWMloo occupy entire one of the larir est business blocks In Uhlcaco and employ over HOOpeopIo In our own building YIIBKLl OKIllSSAT tf0Oa4 pPli0 flJJOOiiid apt also ererythlnir In musical Instruments at luwest wholesale prices AN rite for free special orRio piano and musical Instrument cataloRiie Address CO Inc Fulton DeplainesandWaYniiSts CHICAGO ILL SEARS ROEBUCK ia i2TTlSSMBrisa5P When you write mention this pnper HAZEL DELL Birch Smith is under the weather The saw mill has been kept quite busy of late Lee Walls is buying and prizing tobac- Â¬ co ut present John Williams has moved to Rusah Dowells farm The roads are in a bad shape and the weather O my Mrs Elizibeth Dooloy is confined to her bed at present Dave Walls latelv purchased n horse from Albert Horsely Ezra Cooper who was down with pneumonia is able to be at work again Den Dreckmanu lately presented his daughter Miss Tena witn a gold watch Clovls Walls has purchased the Craw- Â¬ ford Beauchamp place and has moved thereon Miss Lummie Basham is spending the winter with her sister Mrs ChasTinius uear Stephensport Mrs Frank Payne of Webster visited her parents Mr aud Mrs Dick Malting ly the past week Milt Basham Is preparing to build a Sons large tobacco barn Ureckman are sawing Iho lumber Mis Bailie Dowell is home again very much to tho satisfaction of a certain young man in our midst Mrs Jim Grant has been seriously ill She Is no better at the present and doubts ere entertained of her recovery Mr and Mrs J Roberts of Hender Â¬ son were visiting relatives In these parta They returned he me last week Tho young people have passed several evenings very pleasantly at the home of Mr and Mrs Walla while practicing for 1 NERVOUS WEAK No Clean blood means a clean skin beauty without it Cabarets Candy Catharblood and Keep it clean by tic clean jour Stirling up the lazy hcr and driving all im parl tics fiom tho body Degin to day to banish pimplos boils blotches blackheads and that sickly bilious complexion by taking beauty for ten cents All drug Caneorets gista datislaction guaranteed 10c 25c 50c THEY DID PROUD scnut in illooa Deep J T O CHAS F OWEN WITH- - PICKETT TOBACCO WAREHOUSE A BRIDGES CO i a DISEASED MEN MnriiRF wn pay Till N1V JIITIIOI T1UATJIENTal 111 I ll original win jirs n a jv nm ivoi tUely euro toroernny firm of lllooil or -- Proprietors - Parents Encourage The Teacher of Their Children Our school cloeed Jan 28th IlarJin School district No 74 I have not yet been able to select words that were com- Â¬ plimentary enough to express my ap- Â¬ preciation to tho peoplo of that place for their kindness to me during the past Ave months Seven pupils received presents I wil givo their for perfect attendance Walter Taul Lena Hendrlck narntu Virgil Miller Kuth Miller Amy Pate Carrie Fato Olauda Pate and when tho time came that school must close the women furnished thoir lace curtains and their window blinds and did two days work decorating the Iioubo and then on wit mat uuy uwy uruugtii uiuuur iu iuuu the people Soma estimated the crowd 00 We had a string band consist Â¬ ing of J O Ball Charley Smith Austin Pate Owen Duncan Michael Hendrlck aid Herbert Tiuius The band had Be lected music suitable to follow each reci- Â¬ tation consisting of forty two pieces Well I appreciated the attendance dec orations dinner recitation and the mu sic but after bo mo had asked mo to teach a spring torm I presented an artl clo of agreement to tho parents and they all signed except four who said they would Beud and pay for the time Why would I not appreciate such people tor such kindness and respect 7 Teachers if you want to have a good school look for such district as this My spring term will beam march 0th HoscoK JjAslik Teacher Â¬ Cor Eighth and Main Sts A Louisville Ky Not in BRIDGES W C BRIDGES la 4H WiiMoi has dsmonitrated ten thonund time that it in almost Infallible FOR WOMANS PECULIAR WEAKNESSES IrrcgnUrttle and derangement It has become the leading remedy for this clan of troubles It exert a wonderfully healing strengthen Â¬ ing and soothing influence upon It curea the menstrual organs whites and falling of the womb It stops flooding and relloTs aup- - rWFriJRF syphilis R nf iitnnUinl Sexual Uiscnfo It la tho result of SO years experience In tuo treatment 01 thcio illBeufcs Four Months Storage Free AlMAAAAAAMAAAAAAAyAAAAA the Combine This lorrlblo Ulood lolfon tho terror ilAllsi rnnili V Id Atir MV I Al THUAlMlNT Ilownro of Jleroury tM R AAAAAAAAAAAA - US cyobrowa liiliiuif If von lunoFnreHln tboiuoutlior lonauo tiiino in ftin Inlllts Rnrn tliront niilr orlrJ vv rr stomach rotarlictc tlioyninyrulnotiriystcin O V laiAtS ilernimoimut euro eyes liend Via solicit tho this lJloo1 polron of ttint r1iulliiiii- nfiuiB- nml linllonffO tllO rf JUT I CIIIOHO necep lor iii iumen WOrlU ly our tieutincnttlio ntul cannot emu ilnnri liinl iliii liatr rrrows nenln tialns QUll Lli lin ntnpit lieilltllV H uiuicues ourpiuiitr wvi ui V G BABBAGE ATTORNEY AT LAW 111 au LHI WWk nmrriuKolsiioialuloHneirafo A A yi HARDINSBURG KENTUCKY CUKLbbUAKAWItLU Tlioiirnnils of youn ami mUJlcnirei BJ men naio ineirMiror nmi tiiumy caiii ei 11 liy oaily iibuo later excesses mental worry rlc No matter tbo cauio our Now ilellio I Treatment U tho n f us a a HIWI-l-- aR I PKEPAEED TO PRACTICE CASES IN BANKRUPTCY AND ASSIGNMENTS ijWECUREIMPOTENCYij i V f 1 And reitoronll tloit l AintiiUoo f n iiro oll licui o our wouiler ful mieceiv No matter what alls sou u sou mrVioonsuit ut eonnuciiiiitiiy botiiU to lllnlli liunU wo claim tuarantio to necom VyA pllsli wliut nl aiuoiiKiuen I1U1TV1I Mill Ain IMW to normal conutlrt amiit cnerijy nro re lifo a I ivery rtnta llltiafllr IVHl uo is n- 111111 nraiwii-vlilutlly- - pressed and palnfnl menstruation the best for Ohango of Lite H Uis beneficial It Medicine made helps to during pregnancy bring children into hornet barrenÂ¬ It invigorates stimu for years lates strengthens the whole sys Â¬ tem This great remedy la offered to ait afflicted women Why will any woman suffer another minute with certain relief within reach Wine of Oardul only costs f 100 per bottle at your drug store b sArAcd DllAlNrt lifiNAllllAi lfeHAUl- iMMirjt uiscnres 1WKI pNlVai 11L dONdLlTATI I UN illlr ilUUKW U unable in cull wrllft ior Fill l Wo Irent nml Mtroi rsiijwtoxs VlllIUS ILlril VAlUCtH hlU IM1 tTllll 250000 UKATMUJJT CUKLO OFPIOBS istion llLAWIe tor the exhibition Miss Oral Robbins daughter cf Rey Bobbins of near Hardlnsburg will re- Â¬ turn home next week Bho has been at Â¬ tending school here this winter Little Ethel Dowell was taken siok in school one day last wek Her father In taut rscmlrtna tjxdil dtrw-- Kennedys Kergan 22 W Fourth St 1 XTSO rvvwAvwwvvviT WORMSlvE Ftr 20 Ytart FriMUd by- Over Gardners Store Ilardlnaburg News Office Cloverport CREAM oitr CINCINNATI O Mns Ob Ckattanoops Tmn Bee i W Tllr e Ut itMM eyeaaer tmn Csi4n 8 0 M3i wMe ueJWIne ol Cartful at home JM wa antf It nUrlf M WT DeWitts Little Early RUers III TIm tMoua IIUt f Glad Tidinm to Asthma Suffers Foleys Honey and Tar gives quick and positive relief in all cases A It Fisher OloverporUj It A Shollman A Witt HardliMburg 8tephemporf Moat In MIFUCEI Dt In Quality Mas Lid all Wwm A xair axx Dxitro oxiisvi JAMES F BALLAKD at Rimiium V For tale by it FUhr 01ovrport Ky Tvf a 1 r NEWS 1818 7Mf -- HWBiwiwnif r - i ii rTr-f - I1 gaga rounding country wh6 assisted wore gratefullyttlronked by our good pastor -- OF Rev J B Galloway for the furnishings recontly eont him and the parsonage Among the located at Stophonsport latter articles was a parlor carpet and a vory large and complete cooking stove B F BEARD President usually sold for about 20 dollars or moro WILL MILLER Vice President for many and which will do eervlco M II BEARD Casl ier years Union Star usually comoa in 1 ahead with her end of tho string and G W BEARD MORRIS E8KRIDGE DIRECTORS BUks not lo deal in self praise until R M JOLLY J forced to do bo by false intimations as In INTEREST PAI0 ON TIME DEP08IT8 tills case f BRECKENRIDGE WEDNESDAY FEB 8 Oh the Pain of Ithouinatlsm often causes tho most in tenso suffering Many linvo for years vainly sought roliof from this disabling discaso and nro to dny worso off than ovor Rheumatism is n blood diseaso and Swifts Specific is tlioonly cure bo cihiko it is tho only remedy which can vouch such deep seated diseases A few years ngo I wag taken with Inflamma- Â¬ tory Ithcunintlsm which became so Interne that I nafffor weeks unablo to walk I tried several prominent physi cians ami took thelrjreat ment faithfully but was ynablo to get the slight est relief Intact my con 11 Hon seemed to grow worse the disease spread over my entire body and from November to March TIiCa rj4awfrTV T Buffered ncronv I tried many patent medicines but none relieved me tpon the ad v loe of a friend I decided to trv 8 8 8 Itefore allowing me to take It how Â¬ ever my guardian who was a chemist ana Â¬ lysed tho remedy and pronounced it free of polnsh or mercury I feft so much better after taking two bottles that I continued the rem pdyatulln two months I warfcu red completely Hie cure was permanent for I have ncvcrslnce had a touch of Rheumatism though many times ozposed to damn and culd weather Â¬ Â¬ STEPHENSPORT W Rheumatism centa la all smiles while the one who still holds has a regular horse face on him Marryina is getting dangerously close We to Clyde English and Sam Carden feel a degree of uneasiness for those old bacholors We are glad to see tho road question We certainly need an being agitated improved system of working our public highways and let us have an expression from all sources most stubborn coughs coldi and lung affections Even Incipient consumption has been successfully Sufferers will cured by this marvelous remedy obtain rcllcl liter few doses 0 Blaln o Pateaville was In town I It Sunday Look out for the Hth and valentines to suit your case Mlra Cora Best lo visiting hor grand Â¬ parents at letrie A It Miller has just recovered from nn attack ot thu grip Jlr Ham of LouIhvIIIo Dlepntcli inatle a flying trip hera Sunday Tho tow boat McDonald lies crippled just above town for repairs A young mnn whose name I failed to loarn is with 0 0 Lewis at the depot Cold waves are quite the order of tlie day We had quite a sleet Saturday lilRht Mrs M Blain has returned from Hot Springs Arkansas greatly Improved in Dr Bulls Cough Syrup caret the HARDINSBURG A full lino of groceries at Haswells Circuit Court begins next Monday For anything in jewelry or music go to T C Lswis We can furnish you with leather tree saddles from 9 up Haswells Rrof Fowler of Mavfield was in the city a few days last week A full lino of blind bridles hand made from 1 up Haswells Miss Llllie Robortson of Glendeane is visitiug Miss Eva HenBley If you are in need of a saddle call and Haswells Bee us next week Deputy Sheriff F P Payne was here last Saturday from Cloyerport Go to Haswells for you wife a nice saddle that will last for years Can Peaches strawberries corn tomatoeFine olives at Haswells s-ami Lewis Kincheloe wnt to Big Spring last Saturday to visit John Mrador Lots of tilings at Haswells shop it will pay you to Btop and see them fail to call and see Haswells fine line of Breeching collars and harness 1 health Editor you caused me to say back sipping instead of ripping in last weeks issue Regular services will be held in Bap Â¬ tist church Saturday and tsiindny by the pastor J Ferroll Marlon Thomas barber from Clover port has moved his family hero aud has his shop near the post office If those having items of interest would Bend them In before Monday tho writer will bo glad to add them to thu list AVo have just heard of the death of Mr Jim Minor that occured today of which his friends are very sorry to hear Mr Isaac Altstatt of St Louie Mi is viBiting his sister Mrs Wui 1eUit wl3 f is yet very low with a coinplifHtwn diseases One of our Had you heard tho news best cltiiiia has laWiy tkwrojHtl iulo the blackettt dtnroete rerl irrati in tjwn Oli yotJods What oracles we I ave in our midst Prof Fowler is trying lo secure pupia for a spring school hero aud wants a many as twenty scholars liich should be easily obtained in town and the near country as he is prepared to teach thu Mr 8711 Powelton Avenue Philadelphia ELEANOR M TIFFBLL Dont suffer longer with Rheumatism Throw aside your oils and liniments as they cannot reach yourtroublo Dont Â¬ experiment with tfoctors their potash and mercury will add to your disabil- Â¬ ity and completely destroy your digestion will cure perfectly und permanently It is guaranteed purely vegetable and iontalns no potash mercury or other mineral Books mailed free by Swift Specific Co Atlanta Ga SSSrTeBlood WEBSTER higher classes Â¬ Marv Anderson Navarros characteristic of thinking faster than she can wiite will appiy to several of us as wo think the entire force at the office of our popular IlihCKKxniDoK News debervo medals for interpreting the itnin that come from this pen All especially Baptists wiio are not reading An Examination of thu Jessey CiUrcli Records and the Kiilin Manu by Christian in Recorder are script missing a treat as a goodly lot of plain facts aru being brought forth that will do themgiod as a deuominaton and the editor gives a special price for the three m ntlis which contains the series Â¬ INDEED IT WOULD UK WKtLI lor people to attend strictly to their own individual busiuues For Christains to uphold and maintain tl fir dignity as followers of Christ For tlioso who pretfud to load people to always t ll the sUry straight To have a faith aud stick to it aud not be carried around by every breiZ3 that arit bos Almost ttrcil of thfl beautiful We will hollo lo you soon Health of the country gnr rally good am Hall went to Cloyerport Sunday Mrs II 1 Payne visited at Sample last week J C Tate has moved to a farm near uwensboro A considerable amount of corn is still in the Held J T Drane has moved into the Mike Matheny house Grant Robbins moved to Daviess county last week Wo hope to get one telephone in operation this week Business here has been good all winter dispite bad roads Hal Drane made his fortnightly visit to Hardinsburg Sunday All the ice houses in tho country are filled to their full capacity of Falls of Wathen B Henderson Rough was at home Sunday The indications are that we will be able to report a wedding nest week Miss Ada B Henderson who has been sick for several days is reported im- Â¬ proved Wm Hall wife and Miss Ellzibeth returned last week from a visit to Meadow Lawn Robert Stewart of Caddo Mills Texas after a two weeks visit hero returned homo Monday Clifton Mills had a wedding last week Krnest Beauchamp to Miss Raden Â¬ Dont dolivor them to your house for lees than LONG BRANCH you can buy them elsewhere There will doubtless be a number of Eugene McGehoodiaa tho mumps candidates for state o 11 core here next James BIckorstaiT filled his ice house Monday some of which will shoot their last week mouths off at tho Court house Master John Kelley and littlo Katie Tho big meeting at tho city hall closed went to West Point Saturday last Thursday were about fifty Thoro Charlotte and David Ditto are attend Â¬ conversions Rov J W Blgham goes to Cloverport this month to engago in a ing the Normal School at Brandenburg Joooph Hendrick Is the guest of friends meeting James Harris proprietor of the Ham and ralatives in the Gnston neighbor- Â¬ blctorr Uouso will be prepared to enter Â¬ hood W C McGohee has employed Mine tain all who call on him during court week and ho will sot you out a first class Pearl Dcnham as governees to teach in his family meal too F Ditto Sr who is spending tho win- Â¬ of saying to tho peo Â¬ I take this means ple of Hardinsburg that I havo returned ter with his son A Ditto Jr at this here to live and will resumo the place is getting along nicely butchers trade in Mrs TiefTs old Btand S II Dooly went to Brandenburg Sat- Â¬ I desiro a ronewal of that patronage urday Sim Bays tbo new and only boy which I have enjoyed heretofore in the is growing fast and will soon be calling fresh meat business and will treat you for a horse and saddle right Wm Beard Mrs John D Babbage and little daugh Â¬ Why go away from home and spend ter Mildred of Cloverport an John T your money for a college course when Ditto of Decatur til were the guests of you can get it at home much cheaper Abram Ditto last Sunday The B N College under tho control ot Mr Charles Crawford Is superintend Â¬ Profs Logan and Roberto will give you ent of the gas plant at this place Bv his all your desire along educational lines good management and attention to busi Â¬ Roberts is said to be in ness he has furnished plenty of gas and languegj wo hayo pot heard of a complaint from One of tho pleasant features of tho any point Beu Withers of color is big revival which has just closed at the fireman at tho gis plant Ben is a good city hall was lifting a penny collection man for the business He is about seven every night The preachers started it feet high and strong in proportion to his and during the four weeks the meeting height He burns up about one car of lasted a good little sum was gotten to- coal every two days and keept up plenty gether every night and at the wind up of steam with some to spare if needed the expense was easily met Will Kelly is engineer He is a good Dr Will Gardner who has been man always at his post and never lets spending the winter hero with his family the machinery gat out of order or lack Mr Kelly is also post master is interested in several gold claims in for oil Colorado He received word lat week and always has a smile on his face es- Â¬ that some of the mines in which he was pecially when you bring a letter to the interested had developed in paying office as he knows he will get two cents qualities and the stock was on a boom for disfiguring the Btamp He left immediately to look after them 1 te Â¬ BANK HAEJMSBURG w BEWLEYVILLE Mr Blandfords sick folks are improv- Â¬ ing Miss Mary Paul continues to visit her city relatives Wilbur Shumate is improving aud will booh be woll Wm Stlthha8gmeto Illinois to on gige In farming is Paul Hardaway of Brandenburg visiting hero again Mrs Jesse Hardaway attended our church services Sunday Dr P W Foote was visiting relatives at Hardinsburg last week Those people who failed to g t ice last frceza up are all O K now The Bewleyville and Meade county telephone line goes on apace fvjnie one suggests building roofs over our roa is Wouldnt that be nice Mrs Ernest Hardaway and baby are guests of Mr and Mrs T P Hardaway Mrs T J Jolly has been quite sick for the past two wook but is some better now Miss Lena Drury visited Miss Mabel Stlth of Stltbs Valley Wednesday night Tho Methodist peoplo bought a nice Bible for tho pulpit of their church last Saturday Edwin Foote thinks of beginning ECbool at the Irvington College Monday Feb 15th Old Winter is a good one this time Plenty of snow and ice with bad colds thrown in Bro Walton filled his appointments here Saturday and Sunday preaching two good sermons for us Misses Ada Hanks Georgia Blissett Ida Gillingwater and Mesra Gilling water attended church Sunday Mrs George Lewis left for her home Mr Lewis will Carrollton Saturday continue to be tne guest of Mrs Ctias Drury Mr and Mrs J D Beavia were over at Mr John Nevitte visiting Saturday and Sunday Frank Beavin will work with Mr Nevitt the ensueing year Mr and Mrs Ohas Drury Mr aud Mrs George L3wls spent last Tuesday With guests at the home of this scribe such pleasant people as visitors we had a very pleasant day Ztch Stith takes time by the forelock Were told that in order to practice him- Â¬ self for the new telephone he spends from one to two hours a day talking through his coffee mill which is attached Bewleyville Hustto his kitchen wall ler The editor of the Nashville Christian Advocate Dr Hobs is traveling in Cuba Inthe la9t issue of his paper we haye an interesting letter from him describing the eights and scents he meets with and this is only the beginning of a series you will dp well to read Â¬ Henderson Route Lonimlk Eenderaoa St Louis r Co rimo Card In Effect DeoH 188 No kast St Loul Kvanavllle nouND No i No 7 66am 2 20pm 40 Lv SpotUvitlo Heads Worthlnglon Stanley Griffith Mattlnnly Owentboro llendenon llaskett Gfijam 865pm 2 45 m 715 731 7 45 738 7 12 210 3 01 3 7 768 80 807 81S Rockporr Intii 8 27 8 8 8 6 9 1 313 320 321 310 323 8 28 3 39 a 44 4 00 32 Iatet rowenfor Lewiiport 3 33 3 44 413 419 428 433 363 4 01 wattman 418 431 439 t Ialcon lVith 62 for Cannelton llawesville 906 Skil rain Shops Cloverport Addison Stepheniport Sample tt Ted City 913 923 935 4 40 4 460 4 8 Bio- 49 Holt 910 952 DM 10 10 10 10 Irvingtoa Guston Plerte Ioitlburg Webster fO 08 1013 22 30 10 38 600 603 511 618 622 610 634 6 42 507 620 6 25 662 543 6 1 667 603 010 617 0 30 6 45 Ekron Irfinir Brandenburg Hock Itarrn Willow Dale Howard nranck f2 1100 1110 10 660 603 010 618 6 29 634 0 40 6 62 lllt 1128 U3t 1143 645 himer For each hivuscbold church and plac of bjswufcs tostep tliwr own doorsteps and then uttaak thuir neiglilittre For pedubtriaws te liav thoniddvea well insured during the reeft eleut ai a bystaudur could set nany lauyliaWtsiips and falls Bears the yojage Mrs Laura Kurtz atttended the protracted meeting at Hardinsburg several Bon Â¬ days and ri parted a good time The condition of the Louisville Dis Â¬ patch is pitiable indeed its friends have OASTOIIIA 118 Kind You llav turned from it in shame and disgust John Ljddan ami Jon Stewart Bhipped a nice car load of hrgi from hero last week for vrlioli thoy received top prices Always Bought The ma who lt his wheat o4I at bO 9rrrr TITTPTNft twxx A rt-mrr-at T flOTTRT WFF1T xx vast array of BIG You will find a wx BARGAINS t IfcAbb ilUBKNS You will also get a chance to guess on the contents of the jar of beans and get a 4500 C COOKING STOVE FREE OF CHARGE J ONE GUESS WITH EVERY 100 PURCHASE TEAFF a HOBEN KY Rev J W Blgham preached a fine will have fresh meat this week and sermon last Sunday night on Govern will appreciate a call from you Wm ment in the Home At the conclusion Miss Lulu Vessels is visiting at the Beard of the services the following persons Mattingly house Jake Lesher went to Grayson county Call on T C Lewis for the best sew- Â¬ united with the church Jesse Whit ing machine you ever saw for so little worth Ben Hook Miss Eula Hook Miss on business Friday Eula Miller J C DdHaven Gus Shell Miss Mona Hunter will return home money Miss Payne of Bewleyville was here man Miss Lucy May John Black Mrs after finishing her school at Burns this last week visiting her sister Mrs Sam Sallie Miller Charley Hook aud Miss week Carwile Miss Rnxie Moore of McDaniels is a Pate member of the teachers class at Utopia Miss Salle Richardson of Union Star Dont Tolincro Sjilt mid Smule Your Lire Attujr this spring is here visiting her sister Mrs P M To quit tobacco easily and forcicr lmag Thin snow covered inferior but put a Igor tnlte Beard nctlc full of life norvo ami tbo wonder worker that makes weak men up nevertheless was the ice last week Dont forget the place Mrs TieiTa old strong All druggists tOcorll Cure guaranWm teed Uooldct and sarnplo free Address Several persons filled their ice houses Fresh meat every day stand Sterling Remedy Co Clilcugo or New York Attorneys Brown and Kincheloe of Beard Hardinsburg and J S Wortbam of James R Skillman has qualified as GUSTON Leitchfleld were here on legal- business administrator of B J Ward deceased of Saturday Cloverport Miss Eva Carrigau is visitiug in Vine Henry Moorman Sr has gine to Profs Logan and Roberts opened the Grove Louisville lo attend a school of dentistry B X College last Monday with a fine Prof Heury Cowleys school closed at Henry isnt afraid of work and success is attendance Andersonville last Friday in the future for him The murder trial set for hearing in Prof Burton and Mr Jim Bondurant Braving the bad weather came a good court from Ohio county has already this visited this town last Saturday biz id appreciative audience Sunday to been continued Mr Forest Giliiland has sold off all of hear Hey O Hodge from the seminary Mrs P Dillon accompanied by her his Btock produce Ac and has moved in- He discoursed eloquently on Doubt Â¬ little child went to Cannelton last Saturto Guston to reside Lots of fine loafing weather lately but day on a visit Peyton Shumate has sold his engine we see a discontented look on the face of Will Gardner who has been here Dr and saw mill to Messrs Allen and Shoe nearly every one who is kept from his with his family several months returned maker of Vine Grove Could more be said in their work to Colorado last week Tjie Jack Gross head quarters has praise Haswell carries a nice line of bread opened up with a nice line of goods Hard working rapid learning medal Daisy split round rush rye tea ring aud Mr Walker Board is proprietor winning was Theodore Mosely in his cakes of different kind Bub Neafus is again in the store of Sig schooldays Wo enjoyed hia letter last Mrs W K Logan of Troy Ind ar- Â¬ Loeb Says he is not simply in there week and trust that hia pen may derived last Friday night to spend a few for his health but to Bell goods light Nkws readers again days with Prof Logans family tobacco baying Hustling trading Who would have thought that the Do you need a nice sugar cured ham Louisville Dispatch after cursing the honest Ernest Robert on suffered a big for court The Eclipse Grocery Company Courier Journal incessantly for its alleged wrong through our carelessness last week will deliver it to you at 10 cents per dishonesty would have gotten the city Not one hundred pounds but one hun- Â¬ pound printing on a false deaU like Mr Enloo dred thousand pounds of tobacco was When you want your watch or clock its editor liichief Bays it did But as a meant Hes boug it more now rule people who curse everybody else repaired with satisfaction guaranteed Educate Tour Ilowels With Caicarota gotoT C Lewis who makes this his nad themselves better be watched Candy Cnthartlc euro constipation forovor 10c 25c If C C O fall drucRlsts refund money proiession The little rise in wheat did not excite Why not buy your groceries from the anybody and cause the farmer to start UNION STAR They will into market only to receive a black eye Eclipse Grocery Company on its arrival but it is still garnered at J M Frymire is ill at his home near home waiting a purchaser There may Preston Ky been one of several reasons for the rise Jacob Brown and family are now citi- Â¬ Some attribute it to the unfavorable re- Â¬ port of the condition Of the present zens of Union Star Miss Sarah growing crop Some think it was only Ilchardson is visiting to start the wheatto market while Joe toer eister Mrs Percy Bsard Hardins Leiter being asked the reason merely burg answered it is simply supply and de- Â¬ ReyBeare of Stephonsport was the mand guest of Miss Sue Brashear last Saturday The Hon B A Enloe who has been and Sunday Dis- Â¬ editor in chief of the Louisyille Floyd Chappell rrcmtly returned from patch for the past two years gave a pic a visit to his sister Mrs Geo Featrielr goldbug demo- of Owensboro nic to the republicans crats and populiBts the train for the T J Jolly of Bewleyville returned grounds was run ip sections and started home Sunday after a few days visit from the Dlspatch headquarters The among relative s Watterson brass band furnished music Mrs June Kronsch land J family have While the- - refresh- Â¬ for the occasion recently moved into the property just ments were served by the Liulsville vacated by Wm Cart Commercial and Joe Parkers oigu J 0 Tucker closed his school at this played there is a hot time in the Free Camp to night Enloe says if the Dis- place Friday with a treat for the pupils patch people fool with him any more but no closing exercises Miss Eva Cashman will close her that he will issue tickets for the con- Â¬ We will cert Bchool at Sample next Friday all time If Sam Jones had been a politician be glad to have her at home llqbt McCubbins arrived last week instead of a minister he would indeed Listen how he from Daviess county with his bride and have been a slick one Mr Is visitiug his fatli6Mo8Gs Akin Mc tricked a silver man at Paducah Jones stated at Hopkinsvlllo that the Cubbins Eev J B Overton presiding elder reason he voted against Bryan was that he Bryan only paid 8 taxes and was delivered four very superior sermons on not a man to be trusted with tho public Saturday and Sunday Quarterly meeting finances So Mayor James N Lang of occasion Paducah went to the trouble and ex Â¬ Miss Minnio Hoyle who has been ill pense to telegraph tho Shoriffat Lincoln for many weekB is wo are glad to - state Neb to find out concerning Mr Bryans recovering also Mrs Marcus Jolly and taxes and received the following answer Mr Emery Crosaon aro convalescing Year 1800 taxes 135 year 1897 241 -Byron Cart has secured the spring None outside 88 year 1808 1 32277 term at this place and will begin teach that I know of The telegram was band Â¬ ing Feb 20th while Lonnie Hall closes ed Mr Jones and asked to be corrected his school at Look Oat Friday Feb 17th which Mr Jones did replying that he Mrs Btlth and two daughter of Boz was glad indeed to find Mr Bryan pros Â¬ man Mont are visiting relatives near pering ea enormously under the Gold Star They will ylslt sev- Â¬ Standard despite his campaign argue and in Union eral portlous of the state before their re- Â¬ contrary to Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ GLENDEANE Kentucky Street Louisville Union Dep West Inln 12 21pm U60im 665 Ar 1235pm 7f0 715 7 7 45lm 3lm WEST BOUND No Louisville Union Dep nentucicy street 4tNo 503 637 653 6 00 43 No 45- - West ioint Howard Lv 7 4tam 765 821 8 29 4 60pm Willowdale Rock Haven Long Branch Urandenburg 83f 843 869 o 60 6 40 6 48 35pm 846 918 931 944 951 967 1002 10 08 10 14 Ekron Guston 908 923 961 1000 10C4 10 00 Lodlburg Irvington Webster 916 1ierce Sample 9 32 9 40 9 47 609 618 620 643 6 51 6 69 7 07 Stepheniport Addison Holt Cloverport Shops Sklman 712 720 721 7 27 1024 1031 for Cannelton llawesville Petri Tell City 1018 022 1033 1043 739 743 74 812 814 801 8 27 8 33 8 42 8 63 9 05 1048 1049 1059 1103 1119 0J6 Falcon 100 Lewisport 1104 Walt man llli lowers iforJRockport Indj 1119 1130 i aies Owensboro Mattingly Griffith 11 1056 1U6 US9 11 40 1161 1169 12 Stanley Worthlngton Heads Spottsvllle Baskets Henderson Evansville St Louis 1160 916 68pm 1010 125 1040pm 125 Ar 7 321m 72Uam 12 n 07pm 1214 1222 1221 91 925 9 32 1215tm 1220 1233 1H 45 939 947 954 29 Nos 45 and 46 have Pullman Bullet Sleeping Cars and elecrant hieh back seat Passenger Coaches through between IouisvilIe Evansville and St Louis without change Nos 11 and 41 have etrtrant hieh back seat Pass- eng r Coaches and Parlor Car service through be Â¬ tween Louisville Evanvlllo and St Louis without Noa 4a and 43 have Parlor Cars and elegant Coaches between Louisville and Evarsville with- Â¬ out chaoge II C MOnDUK A G P A Louisville Kv change Golden rod L II St L Ry Fordsvlfle Branch N TIME TABLE j 10 CASTOR Bears the Blgnaturo of TAKING EFFECT I A SIT 39 1898 West Bound Trains Bast Bound Train No 2 f Mo 4 For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought tMo8 tMo6 7 7 7 7 STATIONS WiS jOi - d TkGl0Pp sviajsjsaW9 VliaVKi jB JrlBalamaaaaT Â¬ J Harned Hardinsburg Kirk 1167 lolly 762 1209pm 8 01 Glendeane 1230 ar FaJlsIloughlv 8 21 2 65 Rockvale 860 105 900 Askln 113 9 8 Oaks 915pm 120 ArHordsvilleLv 19 28 45 1124 0 45pm 1060am Lv Irvington Ar 900am 5 41pm 08 Garfiold 8 35 1111 6 20 8 21 609 1131 1160 716 7 41 754 8 01 815 600 4 46 439 4 27 4 0 3 38 6 3 644 030 63jau 329 321 315pm t J arlr IUik Trains 41 4s 43 and 44 connect ot Irvington with Trains Nos 3 and c for points on Fordsville branch Trains 13 4 and 3 run daily Trains Nos a and 4 connect at Irvington with Main Line trains 4t 49 43 Daily and 44 Â¬ i Most fuelnaUcg Invention of the age Alwaji ready to entertain It requires no kill to oper Â¬ ate It and reproduce tho labile of bands orche tras vocalists or Instru mental soloists There Is nothing like It tor an evenings entertainment Other so called talking machines reproduce subject specially only records of prepared In a laboratory but the Graphophona is not limited to such performances On the Graphophona you can easily make and Instantly reproduce records of the voice or any sound Thus It constantly awakens new interest and Its charm is ever fresh Tho reproductions aro 6 ctear and brilliant Â¬ S lfet y Comfort ktiisie aid Evansvili Packet Line Past Mall Line Bstween t rnabhABfaBAC arA csUJ S3 upHVJnvHVt Hell Talnttr Manufactured under the patent Edison and jlaedonaM Our establishment la Uond qunrtera of llift world for Talking llaehlnea and catalogue talking Machlna Supplies Wrlterfor CO fan iand hi ivrn of tsv up Louisville and Evansville STEAMKIia COLUMBIA PHONOGRAPH Deptf 30 B G RAGON P M Ujun 010 Pennsylvania Avenue D Q Master W A Bishop Pnrssr Waablngton Chicago Paris New York Philadelphia St Louis Washington Buffalo Baltimore BO YEARS TABAgGON D L Penny MssUr L T Conner Paratr i TELL CITY R It Ballard Master W B Nawbell Purser EXPERIENCE jjmTjra Trade Maim DcatQNS ketch and description ma Anrons sending qnlokly ascertain our opinion fraa whether aa Invention la probably patentablo Comrnnnlc tloru atrtotly confidential lurmDOOkom i asnt raa Oldest agency for securlnapate Patents taken through Munn Sl Co receive tixctai twtlfs without coarse In tha P D STAGGS COPtRIOHTB AC meut the turn HARDINSBURG tlUi TOawhsUuryon enntlaa imK uuuxa nuii n u s vj apH ramoves tho for tobacco ltf- out asrvoua dlstraas aipals nico--- I VA K WH Una purinaa las itiooa K UUJ baza H stori K wmuioou riV K so Id MM0 makaa you uroof 1 m I la haalth cur3 Uuy I ana pocsssv aH aM HAU NOT drugfUi Irons wm our own 0 22 aK Mswwn I Vouch for na Tata ii wiib UBt aisvk win BAtlanllV MHUUlUr USD 1 usually curasi I bosaa boi aaioaq so vur or ws raruao aorta VMtaaa HasifSfM aav asiv dlr uaum rnr r dii wiai a IVnH ii lUiH nFu Mr and Mrs Robert Carlton R chard son left Monday after a three weeks vis It here for Scott county to visit Mrs Richardsons father Before their de Â¬ parture they wore tendered a good old fashioned turkey and oyster dinner by Mr and Mrs 1 ti Richardson The people of Union Star and sur- - Ahsndiomelr tllustraUd sraeklr Largest rl it amlatloti at inr aclantlfla Inamil Terms S3 a year t four months IL bom by alt newsaeaiera Scientific HMKilew Dally except Saturday between Louisville nd Hew Amsterdam EreUht shipped by this liat delivered qalos er than by rail Travelers wilt find tha lUamcn arautunr- passed in equipment and acoommodstloni Too best eullnarr are employed as oooki and tbe taeun Is equal to that of tha hotels General offloes 178 and ITS 4th Ayenus Lonisytlle D L PKNN7 W W HITS pras Bnpt O V William T P A bit Owensjjoyo Ky WHEN DQES YOUR SUB t J One Minute Cough Cure cure Thai Is kt It WM 4i rK SCRIPTIONTO THE NEWS fcXPIME J 11 I X 3 fn