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Digital page images are linked to the text file. yjyyjw Tgrymn in iwMipjfii n rTnfimyQMi y - T tr TT- - - rwrTimf jy-i- qfr- TjT i THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS4 ALL THE NRWS THATS FIT TO PRINT i NO 31 Ik VOL XXIII CLOVERPORT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBUARY TO BE HARRIED 15 1899 pied by Mark Crune at West View burned to the ground Thursday night Nono of the contents were saved The inmates had n very narrow escape and John the youngest son in endeavoring to got out fell and broko his nose FOOT AflPUTATED Lee Butterworth Suffers From u Gun Â¬ CAUGHT AT LAST Alleged Youthful Forger Arrested Popular Railroad Man to Trot in ble Harness Dou- Â¬ SURELY CRIMPY Man Frozen to Death at Fords ville leaf fans Eugene spnt a part ot the day killing gallinipper mosquitoes Quail Killed Local sportsmen among them Chiei Engineer Hudson of the L U St L say that the recent cold weather and tho heavy snow has created terrible mortali Â¬ ty among the quail 8o many have al- Â¬ ready beon killed that there will bo no shooting at all in this section when the season opens next year NARROW - BUILDING BOOM Big ESCAPE Rail The announcement of the engagement of James E Buckby to Miss Olive How- Â¬ ard of Fordsvllle will be an agreeable Train No 46 Ditched By a Broken at Lewisport CASHED OTHER BOGUS CHECKS He Went to Sturgls to Get An Education Pk l surprise to their many friends Mr Buckby is one of the moatcflklent and popular engineers in tho employ of the h H St L railroad He pulls the throttle on a locomotiye running on tho branch Miss Howard is ono of Fordsvllles most beautiful daughters The wedding will take place in tho near future The rovple have the best wishes of tho News and a legion of friends Realty Transaction in Breck- Â¬ enridge BRICK TO shot Wound ACCIDENT OCCURRED FRIDAY Lee Butterworth of HardinBburg who accideutially shot in the foot last ANOTHER wtek had to have tho member amputated The operation was successfully performed and he is now resting easily was Â¬ McMULLENSNARROW ESCAPE Fruit All Right Here Thomas J Jolly the well known fruit Temperature Was Forty Below raiser at Bewleyville says that peach None of the Passengers Were and early applo buds never went into at Fords ville Injured winter quarters in better condition 00 UP Several LEATHER COLLARS HIS CONSCIENCE SMOTE HIM A New They aro very small them are still alive A but four fifths of COAL FAMINE IN TOWN Fad Introduced By a Fordsvllle flan Â¬ Said to Have Oreen Goods Circulars In His Of Trunk Frank Fraize of thin city was not the only victim of the sixteen year old boy forger who visited this city a few dajs ago l i i In the expressive language of the mnall boy there are others Walter Mcrris the youthful forger comes of a good family Ilia parents re Â¬ side about three miles from Patesyille On Thursday two weeks ago ho de termined that he could make a living easier by being a crack o jack Jim the Penman than he could by being an hon Â¬ est farmers boy So he packed bis grip and hied him self toClovorport In his valise besides a pair of sox and a celluloid collar he Â¬ Â¬ rr to the Hancock Deposit Bank of Hawes yille and the other to a Bowling Green Bank He landed all right at Cloverport and immediately wrote out ten or twelve checks calling for 53 each and signed Capt 8 J Bakers name to them He succeeded in getting F Fraizj to cash one and started for Fordsvllle As the story goes he managed to get a check for 55 cashed in that good old town Friday morning and on the afterÂ¬ noon of the same day he appeared at Owensboro and got the cashier of tho Eagle Bank there to caih a check for 55 Walter then went to Sturgis where he ergaged board for the purpose of go Â¬ ing to school While at the latter town however his conscience troubled him and he wrote to his father that he was coming home lie started back and got es far as Lewisport where he was appre- Â¬ hended by the Hancock county officials Detective Hicks Wills of this city went to Haweaville Saturday and tried to obtain custody of the boy but the officials refused to give him up as he is to be tried there It is said that Walters trunk was found to contain a quantity oi green goods literature and it is also alleged that he swindled a large number of peo- Â¬ ple by writing them letters asking them to semi 20 cents and see what they would receive in return The return letter never came He will have a hard road to travel in the future placd two check books one belonging The striped collar has had its run and has been laid away on the shelf with dead fads Tho latest thing in collars Old Boreas whoever he 1b got very af Â¬ and by far tho most attractive and sensi fectionate and has been holding this ble is tho leather collar originated by Mr Smith of Fordsvllle It is a turn country in an icy embrace for the past down collar for gentlemen and is make week Ho entwined bio frigid arms about of leather It is the greateet thing in the shape of a novelty that has fljer this region last Thursday and despite everything still holds on been inyented The old rascal has had it in for the oldest inhabitant and he paralyzed that aged individual and played hob when he put the temperature on a toboggan slide and saw it go like greased lightening down to 1G degrees below zero The old boy was not satisfied with this record however and although Thursday twenty years ho estabKnights of Phthias Anniversary was the coldest in lished a now record Monday morning when he made the temperature go down Sermon to umpty seven in smother fellows Course The das Had Out to dive Peaches Killed In Hardin D L Talbot a prominent fruit raiser at Elizibetbtown writing to the Bueok Our peaches are eniudok Nkwsi Bays badly hurt but I think there is still a half crop I believe wo may have a full crop of apples A CHAPTHR OP ACCIDENTS People Hurt In Various Ways all Over The County Head Cut Will Koby a bridge carpenter while at work at the wreck at Addison Thurs- Â¬ day was hit on the forehead by a pice of EFFORT timber and was badly cut His injuries were not so severe howeyer as to pre Â¬ vent him from working next day SI Fine Changed Farms Hands Have TO ORQANI2E A FAIR REVIVAL POSTPONED Â¬ WAS NOT DROWNED DavcHenryPasses Safely Through a Steamboat Wreck It was reported in this city that David Henry Jr was lost on the steamer Staggs which was burned on the Ten Â¬ nessee river Thursday night Mr Henry was a passenger on the boat but as all were rescued the fears of his friends are groundless He is a son of John Lewis Henry of Wlllett near Iryiogton and has a host of friends Watch Repairer Found Sitting Cold in this section He is now located at Rev Judson Willed baa been pastor and Stiff In a Chair Chattanooga Tenn of Buck Grove church for 35 years He G V Purvis froze to death at Fords- Â¬ Coughing injures and inflames sore has also preached at Hill Grove for quite Â¬ lungs One Minuto Cough Cure loosens a number of years He is generally be- vllle Sunday night Purvis was a watch repairer and was the cold allays coughing and heals loved and well deserves to be Three of quickly The beat cough cure for chll his sons are preachers ono of whom is about sixty years of age living in California On Saturday his wife and family went dren Short Haynes to Askins to visit relatives Services at Stephensport Stricken With Paralysis It is thought that while they were Rev A F Beare ot Stephensport John Cries an aged citizen of this city paid the News an appreciated call yes- Â¬ absent Purvis procured some whiskey was suddenly stricken with paralysis terday Ho waa on his way home from and drank until he became intoxicated He went home and sat in a chair in a He is about sixty Hawesville where he bad closed a very Thursday night tireless room and during the intense years of age and his recovery is doubtful Â¬ successful meeting He announces serWhen He served in the Union army during vices at the Christian church at Ste cold of the night froza to death his wife retured Monday she found her the war of the rebellion phensport Saturday night Sunday husband stluand cold in tho chair morning and evening Â¬ How cold was it 7 Bless you gentle reader we dont know It waa anywhere from 100 miles below The Knights of Pythias are to have an Cairo to 36 below zsro Monday morning anniversary sermon preached to them at according to the thermometer at Sul tho Methodist church in this city next zars Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock Heres some of tho records though and Rev Bigham of Hardlnsburg who is you can pay your money and take your one of the most elcquent pulpit orators choice in tho Ohio valley will deliver the ser- Â¬ At Dr Frymires Creston 19 j Union mon Star 22 Lodiburg 38 Bewley ville 25 i He preached two beautiful sermons Glendeane40 Fordsvllle 40 Irvington here last Sunday He is possessed of a 20 Clifton Mills 24 Stephensport 20 j fine physique and a splendid delivery Hardinsburg 22 at Matthias Millers His command of language is superb and near Kirk 36 the pithy anecdotes the homely sayings Tne reason for the tropical weather at and the poetic word paintings that ho Hardlnsburg is that that town still feels uses as illustrations aro magnificent all the effecfof ber sizzling hot Methodist who hear him next Sunday will congrat Â¬ revival ulate themselves All are welcome Here in Cloverport people are suffer- Â¬ The revival which was to have begun ing from irozin gas pipes which have cut Sunday was postponed until the first off the supply of natural gas A coal week in April on account of the inclemfamine has also been on and the man ent weather who has a stock of fuel on hands is as much envied as if he wore diamonds QRAND JURY When Mayor Barry receives a car of coal he has to meet a mad mob of men The H ichlnery of the Circuit Court In who clamor for fuel and he has to beat them on the heads with a hickory club Motion to compal them to await their turn Take Circuit Court opened up at Hardlns- Â¬ this last statement with a grain of salt burg Monday with Judge McBeath on please Most all the families are living in one the bench The docket was light and room and many of them are following the attendance small The following constitutes the grand the example of the groundhog and are laid up for the winter jury A great many of the cookB have de Â¬ Hon Charles Blanford foreman Glif ton E Pile John E Dyer Albort Oram serted their employers and this makes Â¬ It B Cardon Thos W Moredock Thos the burden fall heavily upon the housewives Manning Jas P Duncan Geo Gilbert There appears to be but little suffering Lounie Rhodes James Dowell F K Rhodes In the absence of District among the poor and where destitution Attorney Chelf Conuty Attorney R N appears kind hearted neighbors relieve it Miller instructed the grand jury People having an extra supply of coal A LIFE TIME appear glad to share it with their leas fortunate neighbors Spent In the flusters Service by Rev FROZE TO DEATH Â¬ Magnificent Discourses by Rev Big ham ot Hardlnsburg thermometer Zero weather was responsible for an Faults of digestion cause disorders of St L railroad accident on the L 11 the liver and tho whole system becomes Friday morning deranged HERBINE perfects the pro- Â¬ Passenger train No 40 from St Louis cess of digestion assimilation and thus struck a broken rail at the Addison tresmakes pure blood Price 60cts A R tle and was thrown from the track Fisher The engine remained on the rails the tender overturned and the bBpgag3 car day coach and two Pullmun sleepers ran off onto the river bank without breaking a coupling and only smashing one win dow in a Pullman sleeper The passengers ware severely shaken up but an occupant of a berth in a Pull Â¬ Orville Gregory Dies at Byron man car Blept undisturbed through it all andwoke up a few hours after the wreck Georgia hungry and cross over the delay About G oclock in the morning Sam Sudden Death of a Prominent Citizen Dick of Dick at the firm of Addison of Stith Valley Addison came to the front door of the store and looked at the thermometer Orville Gregory is dead It registered 13 below zero He died at Byron Ga Tuesday morn- Â¬ He heard the noise of tho approaching ing of consumption His remains will train and waited to see it doss be brought home and will arrive here Suddenly he heard a crnsh saw the The funeral will take telegraph wires yibrate and fall and he this evening place from the home of his mother Mrs at once realized tho train had met with L G Gregory Thursday a mishap He hurried to the scene and Orville was one of the very beat young saw Conductor Hawes emerge from the men in this city He was gifted with a derailed train and learned from him that fine character and had qualities of head no one was seriously hurt and heart that made him a truly good Hawes ran to tho buggage coach to citizen see if its occupants were all right and He was twenty six year of age a mem- Â¬ found that Mr Munson was in one of the ber of the local Masonic lodge and of the rear coaches where he had gone to wash Baptist church up He went with his wife and child to The baggage car had caught fire from Bryon Ga three weeks ago in the hope the scove and he appealed to Mr Dick of regaining his health for assistance The latter summoned A host of friends mourn his less and four of his employees and with all the extend sympathies to the bereaved mem Â¬ buckets they could find at the store they bers of his family worked like Trojans and put out the flames before any damage could be done Bewleyville Feb II Mr Anslem Mr Richard E Cochran Vice Presi Â¬ Clarkson who died bo suddenly last dent of United States Life Insurance Tuesday was a member of our Methodist Company waa a passenger on the wreck- Â¬ church Only two weeks before his ed Texas train at Addison last Friday and death he attended our class meeting and was unceremoneously dumped out of the bis talk was one of true Ohristain exper- Â¬ sleeper He was unhurt and took tho ience showing that religion was a Lnppy aflair good naturedly His company has reality to him After the talk he shook avery large business in this county and hands with tho other members and a number of policy holders near the scene seemed to bo desirous that we all should of the wreck Mr Cochran said ho was have tho same happy feeling All these always glad to be thrown among bis little things aro treasured up by us now old policy holders but preferred to have more time in which to prepare his toilet that ho has gone The accident was one that no amount Horrible agony is caused by Piles of human precaution could prevent t Burns and Skin Diseases These are im was caused by the contraction of the mediately relieved and quickly cured by rails by the extraordinary cod weatner Beware De Witts Witch Hazel 8alve That it resulted so fortunately was due Hay- Â¬ of worthless imitations Short to engineer Zirklea caution and good nes judgement BLOODY AFFRAY The officials of the road did all in their power to make the passengers comforta- Â¬ Little Town of Askins Scene of An ble and all are loud in their praise of their courtesy and kindness The dam- Â¬ Encounter age to the cars was comparatively slight The little town of Askins on the and can be easily repaired Sam Dick and his brother Daniel ren Fordsvllle branch waa thrown into wild excitement Wednesday by a fight which dered very valuable services and they complimented for took place betwoen Allen Askins and cannot be too hghly their heroic efforts to put out tho Are Bob Aubrey and relieve distress As of the fracas Aubrey was Â¬ TWO GOOD MEN GONE Badly Scalded Robert the young son of Stephen Wilson while at the home of Mrs Rob Thomas Blytho sold his farm out on ert Lewis Monday overturned- - a kettle the turnpike to Hilary Hardin forSiJOO of boiling lard The grease spilled on Mr Blytho intends to more to this city ono of his feet and burned it frightfully Jo Frank sold to Narcissa S Campbell and Charles Campbell Bros last week ROHANTIC WEDD1NQ 350 acres of land near Mt Vernon Two Cloverport Couples United in a church The consideration wasc2000 W O Moorman of Glendeane was in Louisville Hotel the city last Wednesday and Thursday on a real estate deal in which he dispos Â¬ A romantic double wedding occurred ed of the Ryan property on Second in the parlors of the Willard Hotel at street to F W Heyser The consider- Â¬ Louisville Thursday The contracting ation was 030 parties were John K McGavock and H A Oel9 purchased the Dr White Haynes and the Mies Marguerite Wilson Hilary Hardin lot between Short last and Miss Annie McGavock all of this Nmvs building said week paying there Si 000 It is that he will erect a city The ceremony was performed by brick business house thereon and this Rev Shelley formerly pastor of tho with several other structures that are contemplated will bring on a building Methodist church of tiiis city The ceremony was witnessed by a boom here as soon as the season opens Si Pate purchased the old fair ground small party of friends and relatives property if Mr Kingston at Hardins Both couples aro very popular hero burg last week for 000 Si Bays there and an army of friends join with the is now a movement on foot to orgaaize a News in wishing them liappv married fnr company for tho purpose of holding a fair next fall Tho grounds are en Â¬ lives closed with a good fence and a few Are you restless at night and harassed thousand dollars judiciously expended would erect tho necessary buildings by a bad congh Use BALLARDS HOREHOUND SYRUP it villi secure The parties interested are satisfied that the receipts for the first year would you sound sleep and effect a prompt largely cover the expenses ot tho fair and radical euro Prico 23 cents and 50 In former years the Hardinsburg fair was one of the most famous in the state cents A It Fisher Â¬ Pate at Work to Organize An sociation As- Â¬ Tte JP You will now seek a good investment for your savins The best known investment is improved Roal Estate Secure your ground and write to Vr is Over 494 WILL COMPANY LOUISVILLE FOR PRICES ON LUMBER SHINGLES OOOffS SASH BLINDS ETC KY Long Distance Telephone ATTENTION FARMERS Remember we are always in the lead with lowest prices and have the largest stock of Â¬ Northern White Oats Northern Black Oats Timothy Red Top Clover and Blue Grass A FERTILIZERS Car Load of Tobacco and Corn Grower IMPLEMENTS Chill and Plows of Every Description Â¬ a result bo badlv cut by a knife in the hands of Askins that his condition is considered quite serious The affair is deplored by everyone as both men are well and favorably known SHOT IN THE FOOT Ed Dillon Sustains a Painful Injury i jfc tMr Those Dreadful Sores They Contlnuod to 8proad In Splto of Troatmont nut Now Thoy aro Honlod A Wondorful Work re TABLEUS BUCKEYE PILE ONT PROA1INENT POPULIST MENT is no panacea but is recommend- Â¬ ed for Piles only These it will cure Almost Frozen to Death at Olen Price 50 cents in bottles Tubes 75 A deane While Hunting Another gun shot accident occured at ADDITIONAL LOCAL Hardlnsburg last week with Ed Dillon Ho and Hillary Mattingly went to take Mrs Carl Benton and little daughter a hunt and carried a twenty two Caliber came down from Irvington yesterday to rifle Whlla Hillary waa loading it the be the guests of her parents Mr and gun went off and the ball struck Dillon Mrs O B Mattingly in the foot making a painful wound Mrs Harriett Mook who has been Ed is now getting along all right and living in Mississippi has moved to Cin Â¬ will be out in a few avo cinnati to be with her eon F W Mook SPRAINED HIS ANKLE who is in very low health BLOOD CURE A Oliver 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 Barrows McCormick Binders and Mowers and Steel Hay Rakes Stalk Cutters and Sulk Plows In fact Anything in the Implement Line -- REPAIRS FOR ALL KINDS OF HARVESTING MACHINERY Do not put off whut you wish in Repairs Give us your order so when you need the machine it will be ready to go SENT FREE It Fisher A UIQ A Giant Among Arthur jBoard i For many years I have been a great Batterer with varlcoso veins on ono of my llmba My foot and Imb became dread Â¬ fully swollen When I stood up I could feci the blood rushing down the veins of ttbilmb One day I accidentally hit my tooUgalnstsomo object and a sore broko out which continued to apread and was exceedingly painful I concluded I needed a blood purifier and I began taking In a short time Hoods Bariaparllla thoaq dreadful ores which had caused me so much Buffering began to heal I kept on faithfully Nvlth Hoods Baraapa rllla and in a short time my limb wai completely healed and the sores gave me no more pain I cannot be too thankful for tho wonderful work Hoods 8arapa Mrs A B rllla has done for me Gilbok mrtland Vermont LEAF the Prior Tobacco Plants J M Murphy employed by the Amer Â¬ ican Tobacco Company at this place found the largest tobacco leaf of the sea Â¬ son last week It was of the Prior species and measured forty eight Inches in length Bis Revival Rev Wateon a Presbyterian evangelist is holding a big revival at Pleasant Grove church near Garfield Dr MoMullen of MoDaniels started from his home Monday to go to Glen deane to catch the train The doctor waa home back and when he got to thoBtation he was almost frozen He had to be taken from bis horse and carried into the hotel He soon re- Â¬ cuperated however and took the train or Henderson Cure for Blood and Skin Diseases Eoze- mi Pimples Scrofula Blood Poison Canoer Eto Accidentally Down a Stairway Slips PALM LEAF FANS And Ice Cream Were In Demand Down There patent rosJI U you hava triad aaraaparlltaa clnei and doctored and aiill hava old pertittent aorta pluiplet dittrinK traction of tho akin atma or 1ki Itching tarnation Irritating akin trouble etnou scrofula ulcer contagloua blood polion fever ore mercurial rhoumatlua catarrh bolU lace coveiei with little aorta cancer or any blood taint then glva II O 11 atrial became If U II llotanlc Ulood flat i ia made lorjuit such caiea and It curea to alay cured thota atubborn blood discuses that other milder edhinet lad avert All abo a named trouble are evidence to beneklt of bad diieaicd blood la the body and U U 11 cure became it Jbrcea all the poison or Impurity or -blood bumori out of the body boor and entire tciu To retnova all doubt or Ita power to cur wo offer to aandtoany lufletera ismpUbottle oflJ U 11 absolutely free 11 U II ii an old well tried remedy bancs we know that It cuiea o stay cured for the peopla cured by II U II years ago ax well to day and free from all Mood impuriliea Arthur Board a well known travelling man accidentally slipped down the cel lar stairs at the Breckenridge Jnn Fri day He sprained his ankle and sus tained other injuries that laid him up for a few days Â¬ Â¬ QUARTER LEATHER TOP BUGGY A BEAUTY BUGGIES - 40 It will Â¬ 5 Other Jobs Surreys Etc and a beauty Each a bargain Leg Broken William Bprlngate while at work on the trestle at the wreck at Addison Thursday fell and broke his leg The Injured man was brought to this city and was attended to by Dr Simon sur- Â¬ St L geon for tho L II pay you Dont fall to come and look before buying Tobacco Canvas lc yard and up KENTUCKY lithe Hoods teB Hoods lnfaot tho Que True piH euro all liver lu 3rt lit par Blood JPutWar poit irritate yourutigi with a born cough when a pleaaaat and tive remedy way be found in LARDS HORSHOUFD SYRUP 25 oento and 50 AK stubÂ¬ effecÂ¬ BAL Â¬ Trf sooeut flatter Caaeer Bleitfag Ettlaf Eugene Vest and his mother Mrs BROKE HIS NOSE ot Nose lip fire aar or external William Vest have left Palm Beach and orCancer oncer bleeding eating nak art all sores Internal by II 1 D tb neat powerful blood purl are now at Daytona Fla While it was curjt made AH druggists sell II II B at l per Her Boy Escaplng snowing here Saturday the temperature Urge bottle For trial battle send two stamps to Accident That Befell pastas aad a sample boU a of II U U will Frocn a Bursting Ilea there was seventy two degrees In the Eaysent by return mail Address BLOOD IIALM your Stiast Atlanta Ga shade and they were enjoying strawber Â¬ CO Mitchell free parsoaal medical Describawill b advice symptoms and tee cre The dwelling bouse owned and occu and palm given ries sew vUblM 8ri ADDISON ADDISON k DICK ViwarPWrv yjpwiTi r E a - FARM TOPICS farmers of Brcckenridge county should discontinue kosplng GOOD The rcBulta of experiments Kit ANY farmers whole land is rollng or hilly do not appreciate bulls on their farms Keeping grad bulls is simply COMDINA- - nttho Utah Station show the benefit that underdralnirg It would giyo them Iho soil JL You cannot depend upon llieir Bilious inheriting gambling is thin and thoy complain that tho water runs ou too rapidly TION FEED that nklm milk when fed In That is indeed just the trouble There is only n thin stratum on tho tho giod traits of the thoroughbred strain of blood that is in tho grade combination with grain makes a very will turn out to be as bad as the worst mon valuable food for h ga at all periods of surface that is permeable by waters and when the il lods come they stock More likely thoy carry every Winter mora or less of this surfaco soil into the valleys grels Get a good bull Itemember that a bull is half the herd If their growth put particularly during the below Wherever the subsoil of hills is clay an underdratn sunk individual farmers cannot afford to get good bulls follow the example early stages three feet deep will causa the water that comes to it to sink into tho of German and Danish farmers and form clubs for the purpose of buyimr good bulla to bo used for servico on the beBt cows Four EXCHANGE hvery farming communl the soil and bo carried ou by the drain instead of on the surface farmers whose herds aggregate thirty or forty cows havo no use for On very steep hillsides it is not best to dig ditches straight up VISITS ty should be a social nigh tho more than one bull Why keep a scrub for eight or ton cowbT borhood that is every farmer and his and down the hill A dlagmal course leading tho water across hill with a gradual descent to the lower part will ho much better Co operate family should be on good terms with his hill of neighbors and frequently exchange vis- Â¬ Of course several drains will bo needed running parallel in a Honey to Sell Home much size and all may run into an open ditch ou the lower side of its This is a matter of great importance Many farmers who keep but a Bmall number of colonies of bees underground tho hill We dislike to run sldo hlll drains into a large but it is to frequently neglected More or less dirt will he loosened and brought down in sell all their honey at homo at profitable prices says an oxchange conduit the drains The covered conduit will often need to be cleaned So A farmers neighbors in the village may not always know what he TO KEEP To keep alt lepers out of will the open ditch but it will be much less trouble than the unJer has to sell and in Bitch cases the farmer has to work up his trade OUT meat first dip the meat In drain Wherever there Is a sudden stoppage of rapid descent there when he starts In to supply some now product The best way to ad Â¬ SKIPPERS hot boiling water and let it will be a large deposit of silt and at such place a deep wide hole vertise honey is to give samples to those whoso patronage tho pro- Â¬ slay long enough to count five j take it two or three feet below the tile should be made to be filled with ducer mBy desire Tho way to advertise is to secure email sections out and rub it well with a mixture of water In this still water all the soil brought from tlm neigius those that will hold n half pound or even less if one does not feel black ground pepper and sifted corn ahovt will he deposited and from this on the further side a drain that lie can afford to give pound or half bound samples away Get meal One cup of black pepper to two can be run that will take only tho pure water from the surface of the enough such sections to answer tho need cf samples and place them cupa of meal rub well while wet and silt on the hives at the opening of the honey gathering season When they aro filled label them and dlstributo them Following such hangup It outfit to be done the first 15y thus draining hillsides all the surfaco wash can he prevented week of March What conies down through the tiles will be very little except for tho samples within a week tho farmer will find purchasers providing first few years while the soil is settling After an underdrain is thus tho samples were of fine quality This sample system of advertising CELLULOSE The experiments ol the established in its position it undergoes very few changes Tho ef is largely carried on by merchants in the villages towns and cities When once a Maryland Experiment Sta fect ol frost on moist ground is to expand and deepen it so that it and it is conaidered a highly successful system PRODUCT tion show that the new corn product will absorb more water In this way the hilhside may be given as customer has taken honey from the farmer he is likely to become a this is the corn fodder with the pith re deepjjoll and with as much fertility as the best lowland with the regular customer The farmers in some sections take their honey to moved is much more digestible than advantage over the latter that it is not likely to be oveifhwed with grocery stores in tho village and cities and leave it on sale periodi cally collecting from tho grocery men fur all that ia sold and allow- Â¬ either shredded corn fodder finely water which remains stagnant springs will he struck in progress of ing thf store men commission ou the sales In many sections of blades and ground corn fodder or corn On many upland hillsides husks It was also found more digestible undordrainiug or their may be springs that appear oven now on the New York and Pennsylvania bath these methods are pronounced than timothy The experiments state surface These springs ought always to be tapped Wherever there economical and successful that The results prove the new corn is a wet place in the hillside a little digging will probably find the product to be a valuable cattle and horse spring that originates it Sole or round tile should always bo used Chicken Duties Where horseshoe tile are used the edge of the food and in no sense should it be con Â¬ in hillside draining The importance of a constant supply of clean water also for sidered a waste product tile are liable to be underminded by washing away the soil between chickens as well as fowls can hardly be over estimated It would them and in this way the drain is soon spoiled With sole or round seem nlmost unnecessary to allude to this matter but we have so of- Â¬ on the soil beneath It TO A common method of tile there is no such friction ten utterly astonished at the amazing indifference Bhown in tills di- Â¬ Many hillsides are too rocky for profitable draining and especial forcing asparagus is by transFORCE rection that we call attention to it When giving the chickens their of them it 1b pos- Â¬ ASPARA- plontini roots to pome warm ly those that are very springy But on almost all breakfast their water dish is washed and filled all right so far but places to tho lower grounds OUS place when the shoots will sible to make short underdralna from wet perhaps in nn hour it has become lllcl with dirt or possibly as is II m ires in the rocks through find grow from the vitality stored in tre wliera in rocky soil it can often sometimes the case with some of us their dish is upset which is no great r part of tho rain roots This however ruins the roots and which it may pass to the vales below The worse however than if filled with dirty water unfit for use If If the moun- Â¬ fall on mountains thus finds its way to tho seaboard A simple they must be discarded eternal vigilance is the price of liberty it is equally so of successfloods all the rain that falls it would method of overcoming this wastefulness tains streams brought in surface are now known This is shown ful chicken raising Look after your chickens a dozen or twenty make greater floods than anv that is to place half barrels over clumps of as bv the lieavv il ods that como when the k round is covered with ice times a day Go your rounds like a watchman if necessary every pile fermenting so that the natural escape through absorption by the surface soil is hour if not to do anvthinu for them to see if anything need to be paragus in the field and Am Cultivator manure about them when the warmth stopped done The mother does not always lay aside her sewing or her book from the manure will force the shoots and go into the nursery simply to pick her babe of the floor and Hog Cholera Buzzards Spread into rapid growth put it in bed again from whence it has tumbled out but she goes The common turkey buzzard is a harmless fowl dut does great there to see if it is sleeping peacefully and is all right Go out and This was brought to do likewisn oh chicken man or woman Go among your chorge Six good brood sows are mischief In the way of spreading hog cholera SIX average my mind a few days since with such force that I no longer have any frequently to see if they are all right It is a good deal of trouble enough for the SOWS ENOUGH farmer tn keep and they doubt about it A farmer on whose farm there had been no hog we admit but we do not know of any successful business that is not In fact this little world is full should be kept as long as they will rRise cholera for many years was attacked bv the disease in his herd and attended with more or less trouble six good pics Manage them ko they couldnt understand how he got it uutil it was suggested to him on trouble and you must bear your part of it Ex He had killed an old dog and thrown it in a ditch in the will raise two litters a year making in this wise pasture where the liQgs were using buzzards soon congregated there nil 72 hogs per year One man can raise Value of Tillage that many hotiu and enough corn to feed to clean up the carrion They had doubtless just left a hog carcass was loaded with cholera germs Thus they were sprinkhd of the Cornell Station g to show very clearly The experiments them to a 300 pouud weight Tlifse at that average prices would brinu JGOO or there and the herd cam in contact with them Of the success of that tillage is fully as important a factor in growing successful crops as even soil fertility For several years the Station has been making about o0 a month the year round on this vay of spreading hog cholera there is no doubt Potatoes were careful experiments in tillago and soil fertility hogs alone besides the revenue from Our Best Customers grown on nsoil containing less fertility than the average eol yet by hiB poultry cattle horses and sheep Of the lJ102Mn5 worth of American products exported last means of ca oful tillage and without the use of any commercial fer- Â¬ which he ought to keep to use all the year nearly 1000000000 went to Europe nearly S0 000000 went to tilizer or manure of any kind crops hayo baen grown which are far nn tli farm rough teed the Dominion of Canada a per capita basis for our nearest neigh Â¬ above the average of the State The crop raised this year is the filth 3 A O bors of iir50 for every man woman and child Our entire sales in one removed from the soil since fertilizes of any kind were applied South and Central Americi were only SI per capita Wo exported yet it ia a very satisfactory one The time for listing in a crop and to the Philippines 1127787 worth of goods cultivating it once has gone by I yVTf VQVVft Xpft rf dgricultural Jsfews anU ttewe II KEEP GOOD BULLS e l UNDERDRAWING HILLSIDES I LAMBS FOR MUTTON FARM AND STOCK AiMMAM4444444M44M444S 4444444444444444444444444444444444 THE at Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ JTs T O I 4 per hundred on tho bunch At Louisville last week 1725 was A Sinful Waste paid per hundred for one he gjhead of The annual waste of manure on farms amounts In dollars to tobacco and crop averages of 10 to 11 thousands Only a few farmers have reached the point where the were made on large lots value of manure la appreciated Others are falling in line as the It is estimated by the cfluials of the years come and go When the country is so thickly settled that Department of Agriculture mat the hay every acre will have to be worked for all there is in it then manure crop of the United States produced in 1808 reached a value of about 400000 will be used as it should A common practice is to throw it into tho 000 river or haul it to a ditch and dump it therein and the first rain Colorado J W Riley president of washes it away and gives the value to a farmer hundreds of miles Cattle Co has just closed athe deal where- Â¬ away by he gets 20000 cattle for fJ50 000 Most of them come from Texas and New Mexico About Legumes Corn is up to 2 a barrel in the local Clovers cow peas in fact all legumes serve admirably to balance market Several small lots have been corn fodder as a dairy feed The clover etc possesses the nitrogen- Â¬ Bold at that price within the past week ous compounds which the stover lacks Tho manure resulting from Some predict that it will go higher still Versailles Sun a feed composed in part of nitrocjn composed plants in much more The Lancaster Record tells of a valuable in keeping up the fertility of the soil Then too the Garrard county nitrogenous plants do not drain tho soil to the extent that plants not sow for 2 50 andwoman who purchased a from her sold Bix sboats legumes do as the former draw their entire supply of nitrogen from for 25 She still has tho sow and a new litter of pigs worth 25 the air A California man has patented an The Breeding Season automatic stock feeding apparatus in which a clock a Even a small farm 80 or 100 acres ought to market a big bunch the cover of thereleasesbox weight lilting feed and dropping of fat hogs twice a year April pigs will bring good prices in Decem- Â¬ hay down from a rack overhead ber or the first of the year The breeding should bo so conducted as J A Dudderara famous Durham cow to bring pigB in February and May Of course in Fdbruary the has just dropped twin calves again Bays pretty c ld and damp but if the sows have comfortable the Danville Advocate making three weather is quarters such as may be easily and cheaply constructed they are pairs and a single one in six years Both genders were represented in the last ar- Â¬ not likely to lose any of the litter It takes attention then though rival Chicago will supply Europe with 10 A Preventative 000 coacu and bus horses They are to of all kinds of diseases lo which come One of tho best preventatives irom diflerent parts of Illinois and animals are prone is pure water The stagnant pond is not Iowa and will be shipped at the rate of dumb pure water by any means That greon slime is laden with billions 200 a week The first consignment left Pure water comes only from pure last week for London and Liverpool ol disease germs of every kind Messrs George and Carroll Hamilton sources jprings and deep wells Cisterns if kept well cleaned are of Bath county have sold their 1898 crop not so bad but are not bo good as aprirgs of tobacco consisting of about 200 acres Top Dressing and aggregating considerably over 200 000 pounds 7 pound Air Top dressing of sod in fall or winter for late spring plowing is Knowlef of at centa per was Mt Sterling the pur Â¬ the cheapest and most satisfactory way of manuring for corn on mot t chaser farms Where the supply of manure is very large it may be good practice to plow under an application freshly made to the ground for Fifty Cents Guaranteed tobacco habit cure makes weak but it is poor practice for those whose supply of mauure is small men stroo blood pure 60c 11 All drup gists tho fattest lambs sent to market aro those obtained of Merino with Southdown saya Indiana Farmer Thoy are about as plump and heavy for their bizb as any bred although they are not tho largest Thoy oro generally desired by good butchers and vory often thoy will command fancy prices Their Southdown lineage will bo apparent in their black faces and legs and most butchers believe yet and with good reason that the Southdown is the finest Blioop in tho world But tho Merino contributoa many noteworthy qualities The lambs get their fatness nnd tenderness from the Merino and this greatly helps the lambs in tho markets Altogether tho cross pro- Â¬ duces about as satisfactory results for the general breeder of lambs for mutton as any The lambs when two weeks old should be taught to eat a little dry food and this can best ho glvon to them with the hand Some- Â¬ times a tempting dish can be made for the lambs a mixture of clean oats corn and linaood meal lu equal parts ground up finely and then salted nnd sweetened with n little sugar Tho taste of tho latter tempts tho lambs The ewes should also bo fed freely and with good nourishing food to keep up the flow o milk for it ia advisable for the lambs to have plenty of the mothers milk In a short time tho lambs will take their dry feed from a box or pan nnd then feeding thorn will be greatly simplified Ordinarily it is not necessary to get thetn to take dry food but where it is desir- Â¬ able to force their growth and make them lay on fat rapidly this method will be round very sati8factory The lamba that grow vigor Â¬ ously from the first aro the ones that pay in tho end and it would not prove n bad plan to adopt this method oven though one has no idea of forcing the lambs for an early market PROBABLY Wheat has been badly injured by eovero weather Bourbon county Bold 050000 worth of export cattle last year O A Montgomery of Ekion was in Louisville Thursday selling stock J A Carey of Glondeane was in Lou- Â¬ isville Thursday with horses and muiea W A Baakett ol Guston marketed 102 hogs at Louisville Thursday and got 13 75 i u Feed littlo corn to brood sows and on- Â¬ ly at night to furnish warmth to the body Richard Hardaway of Irvlngtonwas In Louisville Thursday with a load of nogs ana cattio Parrish McDonald of Oliutonville sold to Thomas Henry Clay two hundred barrels of corn at 100 delivered J M Owen and John D Kcese have bought about 2000 lamba at five cents per pound Winchester Democrat W H Robb bought of R H Ware the past week 28 extra feeders weight about 1150 lbs at 4A0 Winchester Demo- Â¬ crat and received Robinson Bros of Glendeane shipped 2it head of cattle to Louisville Thursday ITS YOUR LOSS IF YOU DONT ACCER7 THIS MAGNIFICENT The Childs Bible and the Breckenridge News for One Year A OFFER u v - THE CHILDS BIBLE Contains tho narrative descriptive and other portions of tho Holy Scriptures in the words of the authorized version to which aro added more than a hundred pages comprising CHILDS HISTORY OF THE MULE And an Account of the Children of the Bible Richly Illustrated with nearly 300 fine Engravings and Maps and handsomely bound in cloth and 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- t litb poet and Story word for just then tho signalling powdor and the ammunition cnbks went up and The onloon must liavo been ono of the the ship from midships nil looked like narrow cabin lined old fashioned cud- Â¬ one volcano dles placed abovo tho ecrow and all tho The cartridges sputtered like crackers tiro was in the stern of the ship behind and Cabin doors and timbers wero Bitot tho tmglne room It was blazing very up all over the deck and two or three close to tho port or left hand magazine men wero hurt But this isnt in any and as an explosion there would have official record just after the roar ot it blown tho Sarah 8andn in two they call- whon tho steru was dipping and all be ed for more volunteers and one of tho lieved tho Sarah Sands whr setting for two lieutenants who had been choked in her last lurch some merry jester of tho tho Baloon wont down first and passed 54th cried Lights put I and tiie jovial up a barrel of ammunition which was captain shouted back All right wrII joyfully hove overboard After this ex- - keep tho old woman afloat yet amplo work went on with regularity Not ono man of tha troops made any They pulled up the fainting inon with attempt to get on the rafts and when ropes whilo those who did not faint they found tho ship was still floating grabbed what they could at in the they went to work double tides At this Bmothor and an official and Bereno point in the story wo come across Mr quartermaster sergeant stood on the Frazer the Scotch engineer who like all hatch as he jotted down the number of his countrymen had been holding his ban els in his note book Thoy pulled trump card in reserve Ho knew the out all except two which olid from the Sarah was built with a water tight bulk- Â¬ arms of a fainting man thero was a head bohlhd the engine room and tho great deal of fainting that afternoon coal bunkers and lie proposed to cut and rolled out of reach Besides these through the deck above that bulkhead were a couple of barrels of signalling and drown the fire Also lie pointed out powder for tho ehipB use but this the that it would bo as well to remove tho troops did not know and were tho more coal in tho bunkore as the bulkhead waU comfortable for their iguorauce almost red hot and tho coal waa catch- Â¬ Then tho flames broke through the J ing So volunteers dropped into the bunk- Â¬ afterdeck the light attracting shoals of sharks and the mizzmmast flared up and ers each man for the minuto or two that went overside with a crash This would he could endure and shovelled away the have veered the stern of tho ship head singeing fuming fuel aud other volto wind in which case the flames must unteers were lowered with ropes into have swept forward but a man with a tho bonfire aft and when they could hatchet ran along the bulwarks and cut throw no moro water they were hauled tho wreck clear while the boats surged up half roasted and rocked at a safe distance and the Mr Frazers plan saved the ship sharks tried to upset them with their although every particle of wood in the tails after part of her was destroyed and a A captain nf the 54th- - -- bo was a jovial bluish vapor hung over the red hot iron soul and made jokes throughout the war beams and ties and tho eea for miles headed a party of men to cut away the about looked like blood under the glare bridge the deck cabins and everything as they pumped and passed water in else that was inflimmable this in case buckets flooding the stern sluicing the of the flames sweeping forward again bulkhead aud damping the coal beyond wbile a provident lieutenant with Borne the bulkhead all through the long night moro troops lashed spars and tilings to The very sides of tho ship were red hot gether lor a raft and other gangs pump bo that they wondered when tho plates ed desperately on to wlrat was left of the would buckle and wrench out the riyeta saloons and tho magazines and let tho whole fight down to the One record says quaintly It was sharks necessary to make some devillation from The mizzenmast as you know had the usual military evolutions while tho gone the mainmast although wrapped flames were in progress The men round with wet blankets was alight and formed in sections countermarched everything abaft the mainmast was ono round the forward part of the ship red furnace There was the constant which may perhaps be better understood danger of the ship now broadside on in when it is stated that those with their the heavy seas falling off before the faces to tho afterpart where the fire wind and leading tfie flames forward raged wero on their wayto relieve their again So they hailed the boats to tow comrades who were woiking b9low and hold her bead to wind but only the Those proceeding forward wero going gig obeyed Tho others had all they to recruit their exhausted strength and could do to keep afloat one of them had prepare for another attack when it came beon Bwamped though all the people their turn were saved and as for the long boat full No one seemed to have much hope of of mutinous seamen she behaved in Â¬ saving the ship so long as the last pow- Â¬ famously One record saya that She der waa unexploded Indeed Captain only held aloof but consigned the ship Castle told an officer of the 54th that tho and all she carried to perdition So the game was up and the officer replied Sarah Sands fought for her own life Weli ifght till were driven overboard alone It seemed ho would be taken at Ma About throo on the morning of Novem was a ellet I TO THE SORROWFUL mjtllOATKIl TO MIW 1IATTIK B tlKINNKIX tho troops cheered good omen That at least your Borrows to a place apart with thota In eilcnce for awhilo Thoy aro GocPb messoges sent to roooncilo His vastest ways with each poor human heart j And you shall loam that all their keenest smart Is undor law as tho seasons of tho year Which bring tho flower to bloom tho seed to bear Aim then pass calmly having done thoir part CARRY Bit Â¬ Â¬ February 10 181K EG THE BURNING OF THE SARAH SANDS lhj RVDYARD KIPLING need was there any great hurry about the Sarah Sands She was two Jong mouths reaching Cape Town and oho stayed there five1 days to coal leaying on October 20th By this time tho crew were all but openly mutinous and tho troops who must have learned a little of seamanship worked her out of harbor On November 7eb nearly three weeks later a equall struck her and carried away her foremast and it is to be pre sumed that the troops turned to and cleared away tho wreckage On Novem ber 11th the real trouble began for In the aiteruoon of November 11th three montliB out from Portsmouth n party of soldiers working in tho hold saw smoko coming up from the after hatch They were then mabj within a thoueand miles of MauHtas in half a rrIo and a sea full of smirks Captain Castle tho skipper promptly lowered and provisioned the boats with some difficulty got them overside and put tho women into them Some of tho sailors the bad kind tho engineers and firemen and a few others behaved well jumped into the long boat aud kept away from other reelraents They knew she carried two was hurried out in three ships Tho the ship It magazines full of cartridges headquarters that is to Bay the lieutenant-colonel Tho troops on the other hand did not the regimental books tho pay chest baud and colors you must make any xpa but under their officers specially remember the colors with orders cleared out the starboard or right somo fourteen officers three hundred band magrzlne while volunteers tried and filtyfour of the rank and file and to save the regimental colore These perhaps a dozen women left Portsmouth stood at the end of the saloon probably on August 15 all packed tight on the clamped ngainst a partition behind the captains chair and the saloon was fall Sarah Bands Her crew with the exception of the of smoko Two lieutenants made a dash engineers and llromru seemed to have for them and were nearly suffocated a been foreigners and pier head jumperp ships quartermaster Richard Richmond picked up at the last minute They was his name put a wee cloth over his were bad lazy and insubordinate face managed to tear down the colors A private and bis The accommodation fortho troops was and then fainted and name was W Wiles dragged out both generously described as inferlo what men called inferior in 07 would Richmond and the colore and the two now be called vile Nor in spite of the men dropped senseless on deck while have sailed tbn seiia for bo years nml have there done Bucb atDPzlng thlngl in the face of danger difficulty and death that no one tale of heroism xista which cannot be capped by at lenet a scorn of others Bat since the beliavior of bodies of un triod men under trying circumstances is alwajB interesting and sinew I hnvo beenput in possession of boiiih facts not generally known I have chosen for my contribution the story of the fciarah Sands She was a small four masted yon mustBpeclally remember the masts iron built screw Bteamer of eleven hundred tons charteied to take out troops to In dla That was in 1857 the year of the Indian mutiny when anything that could sail or steer was in great d mand for troops were being thrown into tho country airainat time Among the regiments was the 54th of the line now the second battalion of the Doreet regiment a good corps about a hundred years old with a very fair record of service but in no way differing so far as one can pee from a hundred gt MEN Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 5 r OO0D WEATHER ber 12th pumping bucketing sluicing bution but tho troops probably admin Â¬ and damping they began to hopo that istered their own justico during the A 1ttl billiard naw and thra H relished by tha wisest men thoy had boated tho fire By nino oclock twelve days sail to port The men who It nips the bill collectors toes hoy saw steam coming up instead of were berthed aft the officers and the And leaves us cash to buy som clothes smoke and at midday they called in the women lost everything they had and boats and took stock of the daraagn the companies berthed forward lent Or Bulls Dough Syrup it still in From tho mizzenmast aft there was noth Â¬ thorn clothes and canvas to inako cloth Â¬ the lead The people seem to like this old rtllibta ing you coull callBhip except the shell ing cough medicine and we dont blame them It It tha ot hor It was a steaming heap of Bcrap On Decombor 20th they wero all re best remedy Tor a deep seated cough or cold and iron with twenty feet of black greasy o in barked on the Clarendon It was will affect a cure In ono day water flooding across the bent and twist poor accommodation for heroes Sho MOUNTINa UPWARD beams and rods and in the middle of it had been condemned as a coolie ship Some people win by working hard all lour huge water tanks rolled to and was full of centipedes and other animals And somo succeed through chance alone fro thundering against the naked sides picked up in the Brazil trade her en While now and then a man gets up Moreover they could not seo this till gines broke down frequently end her Bjr honest efforts offals own But where one honest person strlres things had cooled down the powder had captain died of exposure and anxiety To gain the height all seek to w n blown a holo right through tho port during a hurricane It was January 25th A dozen others try to mount quarter and every time she rolled the beforo she reached the mouth of tho Uy constant wagging of the chin eea camo in green Of the four masts Hoogly only one was left and tho rudder head By this time many men probably con- Â¬ Coughed 25 Yean stuck up all bald and black and naked sidered this quite as serious as the flro I suffered for 25 years with a cough among tho jam of collapsed deck beams tho troops were out of tobacco and when and spent hundreds of dollars with doc- Â¬ xue puoiograpu oi tue aecK looks ex- Â¬ they came across the Amorican ship tors and for medicino to no avail until I actly like that of a gutted theatre after Hamlet Captain lying at used Dr Bolls Lecran This the flames and tho fireman have dono Kedgoree on the way to Calcutta the remedy makes weak lungs strong I their worst officers rowed over to ask if thero was has saved my life J B Rosell Grants Thoy spout the wholo of the 12th any tobacco for sale Thoy told the burg 111 pumping water out as zealously as they J skipper the history of their adventures bad puinpsd it in thoy lashed tho loose and ho said Another Useftul Substitute Wei Im glad youre come to me tanks as soon as they were cool enough A substitute for emery powder has to touch and they plugged tho hole at because I have somo tobacco How been produced by a Russian inventor the stem with hammocks sails and many men are you He burns fire clay at the temperature of planks and n sail over all Three hundred said tho dfllcers Then they 2300 degrees Fahrenheit and the result- Â¬ rigged up a horizontal bar gripping the Thereupon Captain Lecran got out ing powder is equal as a polishing mater- Â¬ rudder head Six men sat on planks on four hundred pounds of best Cavendish ial to emery one Bide and six on the other hauling and a thousand Manila cigars for the on it with ropes and letting go as they officers and refused to take payment on Lung Irritation were told That made as good a steering- the ground that Americans did not ac is the forerunner to consumption Dr -gear cept anything from shipwrecked people 4 Bells as they could expest will euro it and lhey were not shipwrecked at the givo strength to tho lungs that a cough On November 13th still pumping spread one sail on their solitary time but evidently they had been ship- Â¬ or cold will not settle there Twenty they mrat it was very lucky that the Sarah wrecked quite enough for Captain five cents at all good druggists Lecran because when they rowed back Sands had started with four of them Wheats Farthest North and took a vantage of the trade winds a second time and insisted on paying he to make for Mauritius Captain Castle only gave them some more grog Wheat is now grown farther north which says the record caused it to than ever before At Fort Providence with one chart aud one compass lived in a tent where some cabins had once be dark when we returned to our ship on tho Mackenzie River 200 miles farth Â¬ been and at the end of twelve day he After pipes wero lit our band played er north than Sitka Alaska a splendid Yunkee Doodle blue lights were burn wheat crop was grown last season in tho sighted land ed the signal gun fired that must have fields belonging to the Roman Catholic avorago run was about four Their knots an hour and it is no wonder that been a lively evening at Kedgeree and mission as soon as they were on Port Louis everything in our power was had recourse to bo as to convey to our American For La Grippe Mauritius Mr Frazer the Scotch en- Â¬ cousins our appreciation of their kind- Â¬ Thomas Whitfield Co i40 Wabash gineer wished to start his engines The av corner Jackson st one of Chicagos troops looked down into the black hollow ness Last of all the commander-in-chie- f oldest and most prominent druggists of the ship as the shaft made its first rev- Â¬ issued a general order to be read at the recommend Chamberlains Cough Reme- Â¬ olution shaking tho hull horribly and of every regiment in tho army He dy for la grippe as it not only If yon can realize what it meanB to be head gives a was pleased to observe that tho beprompt and complete relief but also ablo to see a naked screw shaft at work from the upper deck of a liner you can havior of the 51th Regiment was most counteracts any tendency of la grippe to realize what has happened to the Sarah praiseworthy and by its result must result in pneumonia For sate by A R render manifest to all tho advantage of Fisher Cloverport R A Shellman Sands They waited outside Port Louis for the subordination and strict obedience to Slephensport day light and were nearly dashed to orders under the most alarming and How Plants Can Suffer pieces on a coral reef Then they came dangerous circumstances in which sold- Â¬ iers can bo placed That plants when injured suffera from in without loss of a single life very dirty That is the moral of tho tale Youths fever is a m discovery by a British their clothes so charred that they hardly botanist Plants suffer in a similar man Â¬ dared take them off and very hungry Companion ner to animals under like conditions Port Louis gave them public banquets Tbn rate of respiration Increases and the Weak Eyes Are Made Strong in the market place and tho French in- Â¬ habitants were fascinatingly polite as dim vision made clear styes removed temperature rises reaching a maximum only the French can be and granulated lids or sore eyes of any within twenty four hours But the records say nothing of what kind speedily and effectually cured by Xfc O --A A befell the sailors who consigned the trie use of Sutherlands Eagle Eye ins Kind rou Hate Always Bosgfct Ono account mere- Â¬ Salvo Its put up in tubes aud sold on ship to perdition ly hints that this was no time for retri a guarantee by all good drugglsta Pino-Tar-HonFine-Tar-HonÂ¬ Â¬ STO I id Purest Drugs Cleanest Groceries Cheapest Notions ttmmMmmmmmmmmtmtmmmmimtmimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmtmmmtmmtmmammmmmmmmimmmmmammmmmmimmtmimmm J This Kind of Latest Styles in 1SKETT r- Weather You Need FURNISHINGS - t v V ljrfT S BIGGEST BARGAINS IN EVERYTHING C20 AJw J GOOD SHOES KS r ft MM BASKETTQOAL is a superb fuel for use in flouring mills tobacco factories samiils and manufacturing plants SPECIAL PHIOES IN CARLOAD LpTS Address com- Â¬ r munications to We Have TJbtem Prices Right E A WITT HARDINSBURG KY Ky I w had yiirs af exprlac in sompeundlng pwcrip a ifmk cajtfally tow WITTS ami 1 MssafSii-nWsfSiV- 111 i Si i WE VEST SONS 5 y - - - t lJI - 3 U r f V SW1 rri V 1 V V rttaiiMwmM THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D AND V Lw Irr G BABBAQE Dim MM MM MM aNWUbn I inn main II IMI1HU1IIBI II II JL I UIMtMllMaMltaMhMl - Editors and Proprietors WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 15 1899 report shows Every elan of live aeook has rhared In the itnproTement exeep how but the shrinkage It not serious hogs being regarded profitable property by farmers at large especially In the heavy corn belt The depression in the live stock industry bo pronounced a few years ago and at its worst In 180C has sloe that date shown a gratifying change toward complete recovery The upward movement continues with Increasing force and volume and as fleet footed a fox as ever raided a ben roost In old Kentucky Four black hounds started off In front two spotted ones next and two old dogs followed As tho hounds chased after the fox they gave tongue and the muslo of ft would sot a fox hunter wild with Joy iNiiiinMaiitii iiiiiiiiM4MwagiaaWMS - Tlllil II tfrt l1T-- II Hangs a ebohta of 1W voices will agata be beard There will be five concerts as lost year and two May 8 010 matinees been re tngaged And X - A WORD TO FARMERS Tub BRKCKEMRinoa Nxws is a groat educator It presents to Its farmer conitit uente this week an agricultural page that contains as much good reading matter as the average high clasa farm journal We intend to make this a leading feature of BOYS IN TRAMP LIFE this paper and hope that those for whom It is Intended will be benefitted ty its FiufcK WiLLAitD the author of a series of magzine articles upon tramp life teachings During the past year thero has been a wonderful improvement in farm addressed a meeting of the Public Education Association held in Berkeley Lyceum methods in this county This is due to the fact that tho farmer is taking more in at New York city Saturday afternoon He spoke in the interest of the Tombs pris terest in his business Ho realizes that it takes as much study as much judgment on Bchool and made special referonco to the boys in the tramp army and as much ability to conduct a farm successfully as it does a big mercantile The railroads said the speaker are the worst slums we hare in this coun- establishment This is hopeful and is no more than right that the Nxws should it try Their widespread use for the purposes of trampdom dates back to the period help him in his efforts to keep posted in his busineaa Just after the war A largo number of men and boys accustomed to camp llo in the army preferrod to wander about the country to returning to regular occupa- Â¬ KEEP ON AGITATING tions The railroads became their highways At first they walked but it was an easy and a natural Btep to ride and by 1877 the hobo had como into existence as a Tub people of Breckenridge county have made great progress toward securing good roads Because the results achieved last year by an unusual expenditure of class By 85 they were recognized as a nuisance The bulk of these men soon discovered the valuo of begging by proxy The labor and monoy were not entirely satisfactory it should not interfere with further boy became a factor in the hobos life The hobo exercises an easy fascination progress in that direction Tho failures we have met with should make us all the over the average boy of romantic temperament The boys are told alluring stories more determined to succeed Every thinking man realizes the value of a good of Western llfo The great final argument is the assurance that he can rido all over highway system Every property owner and public spirited citizen should be in the country in a aide door Pullman for nothing favor of the county building as good roads as her wealth will permit Keep agitat Then the boys apprenticeship begins His duty is to beg He is made to ing the good road question Dont drop it until we got what we want think crime a successful career and regard prison life as an unimportant but neces- Â¬ sary part of the business I believe that the school that would take him from the ranks of the hobo should consider crimo as a business as the criminal does and show the boy that it does not pay From my experience and observation I should say that the average period of time between prisons for the criminal is seven months The matter should bo presented to the boy in this light The number of boys in tramp life I place at from 5000 to 7000 The statements of this authority bear out the views expressed in a Breckbn ridoe Nkhb editorial on the subject printed about two months ago Stop the free ride nuisance and you practically solve the tramp problem EIGHT PAGES Â¬ Â¬ All day long they kept up tho run and made music for the country side The fox was game and the hounds juBt as game All kept right down to their knitting and this chase which we will bet our bottom dollar was a world beater sure enough lasted for forty eight hours Thats the kind of foxes and thats the kind of hounds that are ralBod in Breckenridge The only fox chasing that is fox chasing in the universe can be found hero Â¬ OILav Ayers Cherry Pectoral loosens the grasp of your cough The congestion or the throat and lungs is removed all in- Â¬ the flammation is subdued parts are put perfectly at rest It and the cough drops away has no diseased tissues on which to hang y Â¬ ir it was only health wo might let it cling But It Is a cough One cold no sooner passes off before another comes But its tho same old cough all the time And Its the same old story too There is first the cold then the cough then pneu- Â¬ monia or consumption with the long sickness and lifo tremb- Â¬ ling in the balance Tho President has afllxod bis signa ture to the peace treaty Goodl the Incident as far as our government is con- Â¬ cerned is ended It remains now for Spain to do likewise The next thing In order I a cable across the Pacific for this enterprising progressive agressivo nation of ours X t X Vf If this is Spangh year I want some of thoso American B V ladles to tell mb or you Mr Goodnight who wrote was it or was It not Leaves of Grass Wait Whitman I do not remember oxoctly and I want to know It is hard to remember everything and every now and then you gat things confused Wo leave It to Mrs Cain Ed Dickons like Shakespeare is an Im- Â¬ mortal More copies of bis works aro sold than were Bold while he lived It is true his books aro cheaper than oveV before now that some of tho copyrights have expired and the processes of- - print ing aro improved but this is also true of tho books of other Authors and the works of Dickons are not so popular be Â¬ cause tbey are cheap but so cheap beÂ¬ cause they aro popular His memory Bhould be honored Â¬ t X i 4 V If youve got a story to beat this you aro next eiiMiDiiHiiiitiMimiltiiimwiiiiiiiimimihiiitiiiMiiiiiiiiMnnnimimtnrnimtivtirg I t X CurrGnI Topics BY UBS HATTIE GUINNBLL 4 Â¬ I itnuiiivs tttitinmutmn tritimn unniTintuini uiifltiitiii Muummitimiiii imimtrratTnuttnimi Wo can judge onrBolves and others by the friends we form X X X k Uncle Alecks Chunks of Philosophy TINGLE We have had such a super abundance of the Beautiful that we aro no longer poetic X X X X X X There is Bunshine in the household There is music in the air There is joy within the trcshold Thoro is mirth and laughter rare Wo are free from carg and trouble Old worrys flew the track Our faro now is double For our cooks come back TO ABOLISH THE BOARD need not be surprised if the country is arrayed against her The Louisville selfish course she is pursuing marks her as a municipal poly hog It is apparent that Louisville is working for her own glory and material pros Â¬ perity alone When her people utter the cry Patronize home industries they do not mean the industries of Kentucky but the industries of Louisville Witness the boycott that is being waged in that city against Kentucky rock asphalt We do not believe that all the citizens of Louisvillo are in favor of the selfish provincial course she is pursuing The majority woald prevent it if they could They would rather see the city adopt a liberal business policy of reciprocity than the one that is now a stumbling block in the way of her progress The thing that interferes with Louisvilles progress is her Board of Public Works Were that body abolished she would stand some show It is the instru Â¬ ment that is preventing the development of Kentuckys asphalt interests It is the power that is killing a resource that if developed would result in adding great wealth to six or eight countleB immediately tributary to Louisville These counties are now organizing an opposition to the Louisyille Board of Public Works and they will see to it that a ripper bill is Introduced and passed in the next House that will abolish the board TbiB will be an act of kindness to Louisville and will be a movement that will burst the chrysalis that holds captive her possibilities for growth We who always complain of the clouds receive little of lifes Bunshine and de serve lees X X ALECK LASlJE is known far and wide as Cloverports Lost Sunday was too frigid for me In II colored philosopher His wit is spicy and original It is dem onstrated by the fact that when his thirteenth child appeared fact Ive boon completely snow bound upon this mundane sphere he dubbed it Thirteen Leslie and for two weeks tX Dat chile will eider be a Pullman ca poatah or will hang said The orange trees in Florida were in He kaint hep it wit dat name The following is a sample of tho views that Uncle Aleck full bloom and tbey have been frosted and tho oranges blighted entertains on men and things Dr Ayers p Cherry Pectoral Plaster Advice draws out inflammation of the lungs s a htT a MedlealDepart Remember ment It you bare any complaint what crer and deilre the best medical advice poaalblr obtain write tho Jon can freely You will receive- a X X X If yeh wauta ter hab sonvafinnlce said can get to be nex bes ting Pullman about veh die De ony ting dat kin equal a womans lub is her tempah car potahs dexterity so Mr Editor I forgot ambi- Â¬ for councilmen especially would be too much of a good thing No thats FfBt All coons may look alike wen deys promntrewltboutco Ay Anticipation may bo better than reali healthy but dey nebber suffers fum a Lowell Mai zation yet we all know it is the unex- Â¬ case of mistaken identity wen dey has pected pleasures that bring us the most de small pox Wen a man has wheels in his hold delight de Bpokes come out of his mouf X I doan know much about dose FilipiMr Editor please if you glean anr instance here even among the negroes nos but if deys to be a pant ob de white Current Topics from this Mea say it Plenty of coal and wood for everybody De man dat toasts hissef befoah a mans burden Ise afraid deys do Btraw has been snowing some in Kentucky X X foh de datll brek his back t saloon flab am acclimatin hissef Dont fail Here comes Ttudyard Kipling expressnext world X Mos niggaha depend upon death bed ing his admiration of Americans Aheml Wo want everybody to be good but we He and bis wife are to givo a series of convershun to get to Hebben Deys De man wat blieves wat his nay eyes so people bave bors fremometer says has de faith dat laik de man dat waits foh de las minnit halo to see the- stars astheirforget to readings you know and then he admiresÂ¬ to focused to to catch de train Dey uoa always gits good sound dollars for bis literary promoves mountings look at their own door step left ductions Â¬ Â¬ - No the man is not a hero Who wears his Spring togs When the weathers at zero Hes one of tho Prince of Wales own For the weather is Spring like In dear old Lunnon town UPON THEIR HANDS THE BLOOD The the hands of President McKInley and Secre Â¬ tary of War Ager Ethelbert Scott the lieutenant who shot Colonel Colson in a restaurant at Anniston Saturday night had been declared by a board of military men as incompetent to act as an officer in the army These facts were brought be Â¬ fore the President and the Secretary of War A pull of some kind however saved Scotts straps and he was allowed to wear them until the Fourth Kentucky was mustered out While he was in service he was a monument of insubordination and the high officials of the land in continuing him in service countenanced con- Â¬ duct prejudicial to discipline and gentlemanliness The dipgrace that Scott has brought upon the Fourth regiment and upon the State of Kentucky was connived Upon their heads rests the blame They prevented at by the administration Colsou getting a Bquare deal and thus were responsible for his wounds blood of Colonel Colson is on De papaha say dat money is cheap De niggah dat is so supastiehus dat but I tink dey mak a mistake Hit he wont let a black cat cross his track is mue be talk dey means mos likely de niggah datll Bhoot craps on a fallen tombstone in de grave yad De niggab dat is ambishus to lead de wen de gran jurys in sessbun cake walk mos always makes a mistake Hits a strange ting dat de man dat an heads the chain gang kin remember de coldes day in de yeah one tousan eight hundred an forty If electshuns was hel evah day in de nine caint remenibah wat occurred de yeah eab wuthless niggah in de comday befoah ylstiddy when hes up befoah munity would be called mlstah de gran jury or de cote Â¬ Dat Providence is good ter de niggah is proyen by de fac dat do watahmillun buds were not killed by de late cold snep De niggah youth caint all be presi- Â¬ dents but by diligence an had wuk dey If die heah whiskey trust comes to Olovahpoaht bitll be a race as ter which kills itself fust de colored poplashun or de trust an de chances are agin de trust for de Olovahpoaht nigger has unlimited capacity an makes it a point of honah not to pay his whiskey bills Woman power is tho dominant force of today It is making more stir and question than anything else It is mov- Â¬ ing too like a faet locomotive Women X X must have something to do Our grand- Â¬ mothers and great grandmothers used to spin weave knit and sew Everything now is machine made So women these Â¬ days belong to societies get up papers X X and read them1 or institute great reforms They even dabble in whether or not a Congressman shall be seated The ques- Â¬ tion seems to be with so mny girls by the time they are of age What are we X X X X X X And in their rush and haste to do Hon Henry Wattersons tribute in The 32000000 whiskey trust the they fall to answer the question to their Sundays Courier to tho late John Bus 130000000 milk trust and tho 50000 own satisfaction Bel YouDg is a beautiful debt of affec Â¬ 000 soap trust I never understood much Educate Tour BottcU With Cmcareta tionate homage paid by the pen about trusta but I guess old Ken- Â¬ Candy Cathartic cure constipation forever X X tucky bourbons will have a bright future lOcSSe It a O O all druggists refund money Let us cultivate originality for noth- Â¬ as prices are moving upward steadily and ing is more needed in this world of men Â¬ firmly X X tality Ono real good thought originated X Â¬ within a pupils mind is worth a thous-Â¬ I was amused at the Gusto n corres- Â¬ Keep the system in perfect orand gleaned from other brains pondents remarks on Sam Jones and der by the occasional use of X X Wm J Bryan I am like the delecta- Â¬ Tutts Liver Pills They reg-Â¬ The historic old Governors mansion ble Sam Mr Bryan should be satisfied at Frankfort is a thing of the past under a gold standard paying taxes of ulate the bowels and produce Flames claimed it in a jiffy and Gov over three hundred in sound dollars he Bradley laid aeide his dignity of high must remember For sick headache malaria bil- Â¬ tTX official rank and worked like a Trojan X X X MadameMarcella Sembrich will only iousness constipation and kin- Â¬ notice a great deal of Buffering all receive 1800 for each time she Bins at dred diseases an absolute cure I over the state from the recent severe the May Festival The Bame orchestra weather I bave heard of not one Bingle engaged for the festival last year has XXX lives no matter how pretty she is who has not the wit to get another girls lover if she wants him and I heard that a sweet pretty yoUDg friend of mine had lost her lover who had married another girl A man starts out not to be disloyal to the first girl but the second gtrl wants him and succeeds and she has committed a theft just as much for she has stolen Of him away from his first sweetheart course I woutdnt want him if I were No 1 but No 2 should not haye him if I could help it X I heard something real sad tho othor day I do not dony the fickleness of man but I do say that the girl hardly t X Perfect Health t M t A Vigorous Body TUTTS Liver PILLS A sired as great riches full coal house is as much to be deÂ¬ The weather bureau seems to be engaged in a desperate nttempt to get rid of its entire stock of cold weather This weather says the Owensboro Messenger is conducive to matrimo ny Yes or any other desperate resort to keep warm After licking the Filipinos we may quit licking tax stamps The kissing craze it will be noticed has not yet reached Egan Klondike tales read like warm er stories in this frigid locality weathÂ¬ OUR LAST SLASH This is certainly a Slash that should move every Suit We have in the house for such goods at we make up our mind to get rid of a large stock of winter goods to make 1 Afteh duo consideration And deliberate consultation Wo have come to the determination To announce without hesitation That its cold enough for us ON THE SHELF AT THIRTY FIVE Miss Jane Addaus of Hull House who studies charity in a scientific way includes in her investigations the problem of early or late marriage A professional man she says is scarcely equipped and started in his pro Â¬ fession before he is thirty a business man if he is on the road to success is much nearer prosperity at thirty five than at twenty five and it is therefore wise for these men not to marry in the twenties But this does not apply to the working man In many trades he is laid upon tho self at thirty five and in nearly all trades he receives the largest wages of his life between twenty and thirty If the young worklngman has all his wages too long to himself he will probably establish habits of personal comfort which he cannot keep up when he has to divide with a family habits which perhaps he can never overcome I If the coal mans foresight was eq al to his hindsight he would have taken advantage of the opportunity to become Zero days and troubles are alike this a plutocrat Eh Mr Barry year They never come singly When Mrs Hattie B Griunell hears the coal consumer hot that tho Pans exposition will have no when be figures up his coal bill womans department she will predict that its failure will begin before it is The thermometer played a low down opened trick on tho Buffering public last Thurs Â¬ V rtl room for spring goods It will make Such Low Z- - o o We Never Consider Our Losses which is your gain - Its so cold they say in Greenland it will just freeze off your hair That So that geo whizz is what it is That makes tho Polar bear A TIME FOR CA UTION who conduct the financial interests of the country are be Â¬ coming more discontented than the Populists Times are so good and money so plentiful that there is hardly any demand for it Hundreds of millions of dollars are lying Idle and the rates of interest are falling so rapidly that there is hardly any money to be made in the loaning buainoss The plethora of money is so great that it is a source of danger It is liable to lead to an era of reckless Investments and inflation that would inevitably result in another 1803 The temptation to in Â¬ vest money in schemes and to capitalize prospects in such an era as this is great The times are as trying as they are during a panic and they demand as much conservatism and Just as much caution as if there was a stringency in the money market Go slow Germany has fooled us so often as to her friendliness that the time has come A CuiCAao man was fined 5 for lying The unexpected always happens in Chi Â¬ that we must demand that a sworn affadavit accompany each new protestacago tion of friendship When Uncle Sam went gunning for The New Albany woman who was the Filipino ho filled his game bag with overcome by heat when the temperature rabbit was ten below saro would undoubtedly The cero weather of the past week Buffer from sun stroke in the land of the caused a wave of contraction to aweep midnight sun If anything inconsistent happens there s always a woman in it over the country Â¬ day Prices Were Never Offered anywhere before When Any Suit in this assortment at The money devils Tax Fourth Kentucky got a cold re- Â¬ ception when it returned to its old Kentucky home 448 MENS Any Suit in this assortment LOT2 at 598 The croam of tho assortment at Any Suit in this assortment at LOO 3 Eqan will some dny regret that his language like his army beef underwent the embalming process PANTS LOT4 748 Clothing Talk about the white mans burden Kipling had eighteen trunks with him when he arrived at New York city Tux budding genius of the poet who writes the spring time Is coming gentle Annie was MBIMBMHBBBB Ir tho North Pole is discovered But it wont bo bo were told No ono will daro climb it where The climate is so cold QOOD TIME TO APPLY THE RULE you tried to find out how the other half lives durtog this cold weather IIavi H not try it You may find en opportunity to do n charitable deed Remember it is more blessed to give than to receive Seek out some poor devil and cheer him up by giving him a job of work Hunt up some poor family and do the members real deed of kindness The happiness that will result will make you pat yourself oa the back and you will feel good all day long Now the time to do good Do unto others aa you would that others woald do unto you nipped by King Frost Tux onon grates arc very cheerful look ing now All that they lack to make them successful as elements of comfort la beat vSur country correspondents all tell us IU cold but we thank them for not ask Â¬ ing tle question Is it cold soajth for you HATTER FOR CONGRATULATION gta of 1170000000 la the yalua of live stock on htm In a single y X 4w tor eoogntttkUw Yet ttwt U jvui wUt AbmtImk AtfrkaUwfeii Tun SUwkrd Oil Trust U wld to be b aptkl behM the oil ad ire whisky trot water nay kd A mixture of to ayawtaae-- weMtilHo4Mitrnatas4 John T Ditto told a fox story last week that we in our ignorance thought was a world beater and such labeled it But we did not reckon upon the possi bilities of Breckenridge county and this week we learned that thore are other bounds and other foxes and we will pro ceed to tell the story as it was told to as Over at Jewells creek In the bock part of the county Uvea a tribe of re nowned fox hunters They breed cone but the best dogs and chase Bono but the fames foxes The chleftaiM of this tribe of fox hunters and by the way may the tribe Increase are Emaaet MeOlaro Bill Frank ad Charlie Owen Oa Friday at 12 oclock twoa a pack of e tttat k44idi baioaaja to tttae Â¬ m5 I 10 Per Cent Dis count S948 THIS GJL SAE WILL LAST ONLY THIRTY DAYS PERCENT OFF Â¬ L J VI Ji kU Clovcrporti Leading One Price Sto u r r -ubECWMMMtMOMeMto i BREGKENR1DGE WEDNESDAY NEWS 16W gy THOSE WHO COME AND QO BRANDENBURG FEB IP 2 m THE LOCAL NEWS JM44 444 444 444444444 Frank Payne wont to Hardlnsburg Monday J W Bates of Hawesvillo was In tho city Friday Clint Worrall of Cannolton was in town Saturday J A Caroy of Glendeane was in town Thursday Gus Drown wont to OwenBboro on Business Thursday Mica Mamie Ireland of Skillman was in the city last week Clint Murray of Rockrort was in tho city last week on business Ex City Marshal John Hall is watch Â¬ man at the wreck at Addison Rev W B Rutledge went to Glen- Â¬ deane Saturday to hold sorvices Mr J Deane Jr of Glendeane was in the city Thursday visiting friends Rev Father Brey held services at the Catholic church at Irvington Sunday Joe Cooper of Hawesvllle made a business trip to this city last Wednesday The family of Eugene Marlow will move to Wiley Ky to join him there E F Marlowe who has many friends in this section 1b now located at Wildle Ky The many friends of Miss Laura Yeager will learn of her illness with re- Â¬ gret Thomas Tousey went to HardinBburg Saturday to spend Sunday with rela tives Alfred Heston of Hardlnsburg was in town Sunday the guest of Miss Kate Sawyer W 0 Moorman Glendeanes popular merchant was in the city Thursday visiting friends Charley Williams of New York was in the city Sunday the guest of Mr and Mrs Jo Porter Orville Skillman returned Sunday evening from a very pleasant weeks visit at Evausville Mrs F M Ferry was in Louisville Wednesday the gutst of Mr and Mrs A M McOracken Andrew Crawford one of Stephenports most prominent merchants was in the city Friday on business Mr and Mrs Harry Hill went to Now Orleaus Saturday night to attend the Mardi Gras festivities James Elder of Mooleyville who has been at Owensboro selling his tobacco is the guest of F A Eder Miss Lucy McGavock returned home Monday from a yisit with friends at Louisville and Addison Charles May Jr who has been visit ing friends at Evansville returned home Sunday and reports a royal time Louis Stiles the popular telegraph op- Â¬ erator has been subbing for Agent Red mond at Irvington tho past week Hon Gus W Richardson of Guston was the only Kentuckian registered at the Williard Hotel Louisville Sunday Mr and Mrs Morris Beard drove over from Hardlnsburg in a sleigh Sunday and were the guest of Mrs D R Murray and family Jesse Clarkson the hustling young stock dealer from Big Spring was in the city Thursday and went to Holts Fri Â¬ day to buy cattle Manager Cerf of the Fair went to Louisville Friday and will be absent some days attending tbe wedding of his slater and visiting relatives Roy Heyser who was drum major of the Third Kentucky received an honorÂ¬ able discharge from tho army and re- Â¬ turned home from Cuba last Wednesday Â¬ J -- IN CLOVERPORT 4444 4444 44444 4445 Glovos at 8u1ntB The rlrer is falling Circuit Court 1b in eesfliou Today is St Valenttnoe day EarmuDo mufll re at Sulzne Considerable ico is being put up Muffs for ladies and children at Sul ears Ladies and childrens fur sets at Sul zerVi Palm leaf fans at greatly reduced prices at all stores The next thing on the program is a thaw and mud Comforters and blankets while they last at Sutlers Ladles and childrons woolen under near at Suiters As th temperature goes down you can look for the price of oranges to go up The indications are that there will be a big building boom hero in the spring Rose glycerine magic healing balm for chapped skin 10 cents per jar at Sulzers The secret of success is early to bed early to rise work all the day and adver- Â¬ tise Saturday was pension day and the veterans were in luwn drawing their money The weather conditions have mater ially reduced passenger traffic on tho railroads One of the comforts of this season is that mocqultoes are consplclous by their absence The latest fad is the Cyrano bead neck- Â¬ laces Ladies should go to Sulzers to Â¬ see them One Cloverport man says his face is his fortune but hes never taken at his faco value One man braved the elements last Thursday and brought a wagon load of tobacco o town About f5rty persons were at tho up local Saturday uight to see if any coal had come to town All enterprising merchants aro supply- Â¬ ing ice water free of charge to their customerjust now Tho cold weather interfered with busi Â¬ ness during the past week aud the town has been unusually dull Sulzers have a good bargain in rubber packing Mill men would do well toseo them before buying elsewhere Henry Otader Is authority for the state Â¬ ment that the weather was so cold that itfrozs offOrvillo Skillmuns whiskers Wen it pita so cold says Aleck Laslie the colored philosopher dat its too cold for a nlggah to steal coal den its cold sure nougb Tho State Board of Health bus sent out warnings against small pox The circular advises those who have not tak- Â¬ en the precaution to bo vacinated to do so at once On account of the severity of the weather and the fact that the rivtr is full of floating ice the ferriage service between here and Tobinsport has been Social items afo exceedingly scarce Dr Burch says the Gray boys are on the convalescent list Miss MaydeoPusey has returned homo after a dollghtful visit Thou toho disregard rfy indications of distast Very little sickness Gough Grinnell Tho progress of has been quite sick but ia bettor at this catarrh la frequent Â¬ writing ly gradual Chronio Miss Mattie McUehoe is visiting her catarrh secures sister Mrs Stewart Peckenpaugh f posse sslonwlth oUt tho knowl Â¬ Evansville edge of lta vic Mr and Mrs Wm M Ditto were in tim ii i town last Saturday cutting tho wind Ithasbocome in a fine sleigh so common to Tho public school closed last Friday say Every W2 body has a little Tho spring term for tho town began catarrh that many Monday with a good attendance V KuVSv iff flyvim easy going pcoplo Dr Pusey has had a very ill patient jpay sllgh t attention in Mrs James Rluketts little child to Yet no class double pneumonia The doctor reports of discaso Is so difu its condition improved suit to shako off Many people well The Oth and 10th of February 1875 advanced in years find themselves In were bitter cold My mother died and Mr and Mrs was laid away on those dates hence the the toils of catarrh Collumof Giddlngs Tex found help in cold is well impressed Mr Collums letter follows Mies Daisy Mclntlro will superintend a Medicine Co Columbus 0 the music at tho County Commence- Â¬ Deah 8ms I think your ment and will furnish her piano She Is tho best medicine I ever tried for ca- Â¬ has invited some of my pupils to sing tarrh I havo tried all tho catarrh medicines that could hear of and nono not fully determined about the of them did anyIgood until tried yours I have I date date of my pupils recital Several I and my wife havo both used tho of my little ones are indisposed and tho and we aro about and Man-a-ll- n wolL I am 70 years old and my wiio weather has been too severe for practice Is 60 When wo commenced to tako John 0 Powell and Herbeit Worland your medicines wo wero not able to seo and Al Bishop are all at home as their after our work but now sho can tend boats are laid up on account of ice in the to her work and I seo after my farm Ohio If this zero weather coutinues the You can uso this publicly if you want to A P Collum Giddlngs Tex river will block water pipes were frozen several The Sho will have the assistance of a dayB last week hence wo missed the fully buzz of H 0 Woodsons mill which number of young ladles pupils of tho Normal in the tableau and music Miss with its products is very popular Op Hicks is quite young and a beautiful Roberts is a first class blonde with a handsome figure miller Tho small birds are Buffering for food Misses Mary Lewis Minnie Bland Lena Nevitt Mabel Hardin Mr Arm- Â¬ in this deep snow Great flocks are hov- Â¬ strong and Mr ABhcraft will render ering around places where stock is fed musical numbers Friday night at Miss If the weather does not change soon and melt the snow the quail will die of star- Â¬ Hicks entertainment Â¬ The proof of the pudding lies in the vation and young apple orchards are fur nishing food for Brer Rabbits No eating and whenever the curfow ordi- Â¬ nance has gone into effect its advantages doubt the small fruit and peaches are havo been conceded This is true of all killed Zero weather usually settles over three hundred towns and cities the question especially when continued as now some quite large too ss Uj i llrfii i vbkti W - - -- J j- - - - -- - Ajj- - - WWOVM BIG SPRING EASYGOING PEOPLE mmmp sJS51Ji f WcsAM fc it MKinm IWSfflKW Pe-ru-- Pt-ru-n- Po-ru-- Joe Medley has moved to Louisville a candy pulling last Monday evening B S Clarkson was in Holts bottom last week looking after cattle John Meador jr has bought J T Martins Interest in tho saloon here Miss Essy Bewley was the guest of Miss Van MarUn last Thursday and Fri Â¬ day Mrs Grcenwall after a few days Illness died Wodnesday evening and was buried Thursday Mr Lewis Kincheloe of Hardlnsburg camo up Saturday and was the guest of Miss Mary McMeador for a week who has been Charlie Moorman ill with typhoid and had a relapse is now ablo to walk around in his room Edgar Moorman is very ill with ty- Â¬ phoid fever and his mother Mrs T R Moorman is also confined to her bed with the same disease Mr James Harned of this place and Miss Fronle Carrico of Louisville were married Thursday evening Fob Oth at G oclock in Loulsvillo they came down home Friday S Jacob has sold his interest in tho atore here to II Meyer who will con Â¬ tinue to run it and will bo glad to havo you come and look over his stock before purchasing elsewhere Miss Nan Martin gave Cold Weather Reminders Gloves Ear Muffs Mufflers Blankets Comforters Caps Hoods Muffs FOR LADIES AND CHILDREN Fur Setts FOR LADIES AND CHILDREN Fatality of Croup Statistics show that thousands of in Â¬ fanta and children die yoarly of mem- Â¬ braneous croup We do not exaggerate when we state that every one of these innocents could have been saved had Foleys Honey and Tar been given them in time Can you afford to be without A R Fisher it in your household Cloverport R A Shellman Stephens port E A Witt Hardlnsburg Heavy Woolen Underwear FOR LADIES AND CHILDREN Pe-ru-- na WHEN THE THAW SETS IN GET Heavy Shoes and Rubbers AT- - te WANTS FOR SALE DOG One well bred pointer doe 37 OR SALEWill tell cheap if taken oon well broke aw J M HOWARD Glend ane Ky WANTED TIMBER LAND Oalc LUM4 SULZERS READ THIS IT WILL SAVE YOU MONEY nifll COEvanavllle Ind Iir ANTEDriverTracts of and Poplar TimberCRAWFORDSV1LLK near YV v FOR SALE OR TRADE HORSE air discontinued Do difTance atween de rich man and Misses Joay Thornsbury Fannie SALE One saddle and harness mare five How it Hurts years old fifteen and one fourth bands high Phillips Lena Nevitt Beulah Fontaine Or will exchange for large young work mule Rheumatism with its sharp twings II L KURTZ Webster Xv Nolle CunninghamGeorgie Helmstetter THE WONDERFUL Woolfolk Tennie Hamilton Min aches and pains Do you know the Lula Acid in the blood has accumulat- Â¬ cauBO TUITION nie Bland and Sallie Burch will appear S A IK Certificate In llryant in Miss Hicks tableaux with Grecian ed in your joints The cure is found in Stratton Business College Louisville Kv costumes the posing is fino in the re Â¬ Hoods Sarsaparilla which neutralizes HltEcKENUIDOh NEWS OFHCE Apply to this acid Thousands write that they hearsals Is now in use at the progressive and enterprising bouse of have been completely cured of rheuma FOR SALE POULTRY Dr J T Wells has sold his property tism by Hoods Sarsaparilla SALE Few well bred Cockerels of Barred to Dr Bufch Dr Wells will go to Plymouth Rock and Langshan Breeds cheap ZLsT Maysvllle Ky Dr Burch has been Eggs in sea Hoods Pills cure nausea sick head- Must go at once rr be slaughtered son C C LEWIS Box 4 Strph ntport Ky practicing here since January 1st Dr ache biliousness indigestion 25 Price Wells has many friends here who will cents FOR SALE STRAWBERRY PLANTS give him up reluctantly and we all wish plants twenty differ DUKES him great success We welcome Dr 37OR SALE Strawberry Tor prices GW When in need of goods in their lino go to them to spend your cash and varieties Write Burch who with Dr PuBoy makes a fino WINCHELL Tobinsport Ind they will share their profits with you This machine is a business medical duo bringer for the merchant and a money saver for the customer It works Mrs Angeline Tindle has la grippe In a small town our lives all touch A automatically and in town Saturday Mamie Marlow was intercourse is not diluted in tho terrible PRACTICAL SURVEYOR Prayer ratio of the square of its extension Wo Kahals meeting to night at Charley of any amount from For information on sur- Â¬ are just like one bg family and we The mid week prayer meeting are veying write me at draw in either socially or as to being largely attended neednt 5c up to 10 work or employ by shortening our More snow this winter than has been CLOVERPORT KY and known since the sixties radii but personal symyathles human relations aro not near so sweet iu The mercury stood twenty eight de- Â¬ No Having of tickets or memorondums nor waiting months for cheap FOR SALE large cities when the brake is applied grees below zero Feb 0 1809 prizes but cash is paid you in hand if you should bo the 30th purchaser of Mrs Maggie Campbell is very poorly ONE BAY MARE wltnout compunction any amount Cash will buy more goods for tho dollar than credit In Height 13K weighs 1300 pounds good road Bess Virginia Hicks as sister of with rheumatism at her parents Miss buying for cash you do not have to help pay for the bad debts of others ster and splendid driver Perfectly safe for The Klondike was a Florida to comMrs James Allen Armstrong will giye Call and see us and let us explain ths working of this great machine any lady or child pare with Hancock county last WednesFor information apply to an entertainment at the Brandonburg day more fully to you M F POPIIAM Cloverport Ky consisting of Normal Friday night Â¬ STAR OASH MAGHNE Â¬ Â¬ BL jk JD JLTZrOJSTS KENTUCKY JOLLY BE AVI N Every 30th Purchase Returned Free to Purchaser Â¬ Â¬ Aleck Laslie the colored philosopher is dat de rich man gits his ice in de summah and de pore man gits hisn in de wintah Send 25 cents in Btampa or silver to Edward Gregory Cloverport Ky and get a fine photograph of the wrecked train at Addison A splendid vietflshow Victor Bowmer went to HardinBburg ing the entire Wreck Not a kodak Saturday to spend Sunday with his folks picture On Monday he went to Louisville in or- Â¬ der to be mustered out of the First Ken- Â¬ A Short Sad Story tucky A Cold Neglect Pneumonia Grief 810U Reward 3100 Had Foleys Honey and Tar been used Tbe readers of this paper wilt be pleased story would have had a happier end Â¬ this R A to learn that there is at least one dread Â¬ ing A RFisher Cloverport ed disease that science has been able to A Witt Bhellman Stephenspoit cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Hardlnsburg Halls Catarrh Cure is tbe only positive cure known to the medical fraternity firs Grlnnell on Huslcal Instruments Catarrh being a constitutional disease Musical Instruments go in and out of requires a constitutional treatment fashion just like dresses and bonnets Halls Catarjh Cure is taken internally In old Oriental countries tho harp that acting directly on the blood and mucous ruled and gave out the idea still preva Â¬ surfaces of tho system thereby destroy Â¬ lent that it is the instrument of heayen ing tho foundation of tho disease and In Greece it was the flute so with the giving the patient strength by building Romans it was a religious instrument up the constitution and assisting nature just like an organ is at this day Once in doing its work The proprietors have the lute but we read in the old writers so much faith in its curative powers that It was difficult to keep it in tune so that they offer One Hundred Dollars for that one key was finally kept throughout any case that it failq to cure Send for and now the piano has set aside all other lists of testimonials predecessors and is par excellence the Address F J CHENEY Co Toledo 0 Instrument o this century and wo won Â¬ erSold by Druggists 76c der what will happen in the twentieth as fJOOD WOflAN OONE to music No doubt electricity will be applied to the piano We will not enter The Untimely Death of fliss Nannie the realm of prophecy but we know Alexander music is not a fixed science but that it Says the Braudenburg correspondent i iaa bad aud will have chameleon clianareB Mss Nannie Alexander died at her but with all its evolutions and trans Â¬ mothers home in Louisville last Satur Â¬ formations It Is The Art hternal Nannie was an day of spinal menigitis own cousin of mine the oldest child of my favorite uncle Thomas Alexander Her deceased of Breckenrldge county mother was a Miss Moran of Vermont a3c wu a victim of tb-eHl Nannie was a sister of Ed F Alexander tn iu worst iarm I could eat nothing of this place Shu was a most excellent QUhtauk toast ana at times my stomach would aot ratata aad dlgst bvmj that Last March I woman of sterling qualities and n deyout becda toltla CASOAHETS and atnee then I have ateadUjr irnprored until I run as well aa I Catholic chaii table helpful taking and era wa la my lll H practicing her religion into every day luvin Muturar Newark O life She wm a professional nurse aud CAN BY held in high esteem by the medical fra m ternity and a favorite with all to whom tho mlnttered But above all and over all was her beautiful and unselfish devo tlou to her mother who will Mdly inlsa the one who sever forgot mothor o Mssjjtjsf S4 e wm aw affectionate titter aad a con taut friend The ways of th father are SAyB de pore man tableaux muslo with recitations by Miss Hicks who is u graduate of the Boston Conservatory of Orartory and who with her teacher and a party of other gradu ates has lust given entertainments in New York City Philadelphia and other Â¬ large cities Miss Hicks recites beauti- - Have Yon Heard out You all its may have heard about SCOTTS EMULSION and have a vague notion that it is cod liver oil with iu Udu taste aim ainvu auu other repulsive fca- tures It is cod liver oil the purest and the best in the j world but made so palata- ble that almost everybody It Moarlu all an tab like it and ask for children more J EMULSION f looks ishes like cream SCOTTS iH nour Miss Cleo Lawless of Patesvillo is going to school to Prof Dunn at this place So cold Thursday the sun had to melt its way through the air before it could get up Miss Nannie Jarboe who has had a severe attack of pneumonia is able to be up again Owing to the deep snow and cold and no fuol there was no services at the 0 P church Sunday Mrs Marie Newbery who has been sick for some time we are glad to say is able to be up again This weather may suit the person that dont like to work jet they have to hustle to keep warm Stock suffered a great deal during the cold epell Nono have froze to death as as we have learned Soveral of the men that are setting the poles for tbe telephone line from Hawes- Â¬ villo to Patesvillo are boarding with James Lay In the little poem dedicated to the memory of the infant of Wm Dawson in last weeks Nkwb instead of putting Its name Manle you had it Nannie Farmers have got to do verv little on the farm this winter much of the corn is yet in the field and when the weather becomes settled all will have to get a move on A ten pound boy came to gladden tbe home of Mr and Mrs James Rowlaud Feb 2 after a short stay of three days God in his infinite wisdom saw fit to take It back to live with Him in heaven These gold buga that have been howl- Â¬ ing freo silver ia dead will be calling for tbe rocks and the mountains to fall on them and hide them from the scene presented to their view in 1000 when Col W J Bryan blows the trumpet that will call from the immaginary tomb the mighty host of reserrectod bones to the battle of Armagedeon tho right against the might Dangers of the Grip JOHN A BISHOP DAN 0RILEY OLD RELIABLE FIRM OF President E R BASSETT Vice President Cashier BLAND Groceries 17 lbs Granulated Sugar 3100 Best Package Cofleo 10c LYONSFIGHT STILL THE IN I Grayson County Bank ESTABLISHED 1 Dry Goods to 5c a yard Prints from Ladies worsted Dress Skirts 8150 Hoosicr Cotton by bolt 3jc a yd Bargains in Mens Shirts 25c up 12c Pure Silk Bosom Dress Shirts 81 for 25c Odd Pants at your own prico Complete stock MonH Hats Shoes Hardware and Grocorics Low as anybody for the Cash Highest market prico for Protluco 886 2c Leitclifield Kentucky Capital Stock 100000 Paid in 15000 25c Canned Peaches Bweetened Canned Beans fresh 3 cans White Fish 5c per lb 8 largo cakos wash Soap 5c Good Green Cofleo lic lb African Java Coffeo 12o 2 lbs Soda 5c 8 cans Tomatoes INTEREST PAID ON TIUE DEPOSITS BLAND 6k LYONS JOLLY KY t OUR LINES ARE COMPLETE t AND OUR PRICES THE LOWEST Considering the Quality of Goods flllD PI UUK uLUInlllb flTLUIAIf1 Is Boing at DEDUCED PRICES to make room for our Spring Line You should oxamino our DYSPEPSIA tVr rr the wasted body of the baby child or adult better than cream or any other food In existence It bears about the same rela tton to other emulsions that cream does to milk If you J ir i jJ cathartic Mmk Â¬ have had anv experience with other so called just m preparation you good II will find that thfe b a fact that are lwwptopN4 the cod few oil rvt wMNfewl vuc to K bat iwy ton up N MrvoMt iyiw mi bMtfi m to tht wfek Tr J J The greatest danger from La Grippe is If reason Â¬ of its resulting In pneumonia able care is used however and Obam berlaln6 Cqueh Remedy taken all dan gar 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 pneumonia which shows conclusively that this remedy is a certain preventive of bat dangerous disease It will cure la grippe in less time than any other treatment It la pleasant and safe to take For salo by A R Fisher Cloverport i R A Shell- Â¬ 1500 IIIGII ARM Hi iifflfj p Hi tfti I We can ropair any kind of a machine that is inado and therefore can ropair tho ono you buy should it need it Singer Sewing Machine Before Purchasing We Guarantee it for 12 months Doos any other dealer do this Notions Tinwar and conttMd v i mau Btophenajwrt ii i UvMts at ToblMport Dr WhlUf of StepheBaport baa decid Â¬ ed to e46 at TWaprt aad wKii tbat mhI U vtov hm boat tfepfaftriy of iU Wt to TobUtT Wlkoa AdNB Call and oxamjno our atock of Shoes Clothing Groooriea Dry Goods Highest Prico for Country Produce Hardware turfta ko-to-- lhr hurt OUfctf OOMVTIPATION Kami JSmt ft Ml aoy4 wUa oiwa srt i Hysteria wly the p amte will bf VMmmsttr w NoU If wt ayttyftkby to i UHw4 ibis otlutr aid to ft port to to Mr t4 falsi eSHELMAN O QO FpNMttMv mth MUCK mVWQTON KY n o i ii I 7J JM I 1IWIW i The Eclipse Grocery ran wV 9vS j Company vr 3 bars Kvorvbodya Koap for fie rJ m HHunsche The TAILOR Will be in Clover port on the 2d and 4th of every month Co rlghl U O l fni TO lit ilooToo ifiRNijoaniARDor 11 int raiiroan hjr filTNn ONP DOLLAR eubJaottoeutamlnaitoti 1000 10 AND SURREYS pi tlllHi rut Out and tend to n and If of Uifi Kooky IIIQII URAPE TOPJUrUYt you can examine Ik at your I K roil eTeralirjjrMrrectlrMtlsractoryamli OUR SPECIAL OFFER PRICE 3GB00 inwiuht ehrref leea the t i fgf rn 99000 BUQ0IE8 J 17 lbs Granulated Sugar or PnlknTomLoMi uorn i oiK s oweei r OannodPeara Macaroni Best Sugar Ctirod llama Bacon o oc ur TTvHIT iTi l700 Aj QE3TiTi ETOCT fie fio t Friday 10c lb HtlllT IM nun nwM trurrntyv im on honor from the material money can buy While In ourlfree JlUBtnr Catalogue we show Tor llmrotett pnulo by other makers el 82ISO tbe 287B fane buffer that are old by machinery dealer at l5rt to IIJO and arebelnr wl li ly adrertlaM by many atsw04 lotWW OURAOiyiE QUHEri AT SJJ300 la the modi wonderful raiue Svor nlftrad Til MinKST Mil It run qioiEUOJ Til HMiTlBiruTiif aimJaiIT w nmlntain our own five ntory buvar factory for the oio fnrroe or inuMinj ami tuning a iKirrn nLKUT tax m riflKwiii iiK m i HtTit criToauRs muncii iicrh inoi it uno XlDllar aenfe wltliordan ri4lrnA aruiafS eo nn nf ior ir- lira 10c 2 Bags 8alt for A Good Broom or PrUnCS 10c fie lb California Kvnpomtod leaclien No 2 Mackerel so 10c lb 7o HIGH GRADE BOASTED COFFEES UoodTea 10c lb 9HnAAMiAniTIIU at 25 palm of Children Rlbb il Hose uooa quality oi Jvano Mons Chlklronfl and AVonieni own price A each Bhopa Wash Board Bar 10c ihcyard at your iCc r with Casper May iKaTrriBaaaaawn fr AOMK PUEEM OUR OWN MAKE fcp t m OANNELTON IND Every Buso We Mnko In Guaranteed Plvo Years and They Will out wear Plve Ordinary Factory Rlsa B IN frit MATIBIAIARD LABOR tUe OlMACMt QtttN ordinary factorr U 4ntl that la eoit Imatrr We use a tlio cushion cloth lomi iu McentenieatltoiiralllnloirtomeoieiOceiiti ra ue a leather tone um cent i VeuM M Mi one me M rent and IIW WE cnloraajul tal rarnlshe price PAY AZiMOBI COUDLH the ihakaa most linker ta LaaI klu duiaa aJ OaBt ia rM W IT ST Till BEST pur whreti tear aru an a For Sale or Trade A Four Room Cottage Â¬ Z Wo buy for CASH and soil for CASH and that enables you to get your Groceries at cloao figures court Buy now at the ECLIPSE Gr FREE DELIVERY You will need them during u i U j Up Georgia W BEARDS OLD STAND HARDiNSBURGr with five acrea of ground orchard vine yard and other email fruits A good loAlso a good ahop cation for blacksmith for Bale Will trade for land Call on or address J M KY uu kiit itnh iAnnvffr fiTirinv nTrnTfrtftnTMrrrrn urfinrrv M Tirixtz riMiitvriT uuiiu iu iMirpvurvniB rz iv civfi iiiibWw THK Mwrnll uuaan iic litbr HlfpMl Ttlrtl Crrl leather quarter top Hoim panel back iprlnn In back lllbrNnn4 Ornri and boilTSUSl Inchee No 1 Sarrena patent screwed rim wheelf wialnl IB It I Kinu ClIU Kni UJ viw apron and antl rattlera very delicate modett trlplns noniplete with ahatta ilde aul back eurulns boot storm tad wnmlrtMW im ertawK etira muui naiuns Hnininuo ana mifat and ihatu rl Kttr 111m 100 atlln tlCOi 1000 100 nil will tifrate frlDO mIIm ilOO too bum nea ta00 Jer n oaT DOLLAW It Batlafactory pay bcibahtii u liriT I balanee aWr and the railroad agent eiperuc and we will return yovrtloo nir rraliatthimi otherwla rar nothlTi and the agent will return boinry at onrexclnlrely br all Machinery Dcalera A AOTORT BTJOOy now told almost A JV A XJJitKtnvivw wjv ni inrtea ii iirimu cii SV1 SEND ONE tlt iit tltli r9 FITCH Clifton Mills Ky WRITE FOR OUR FREE BUQOY Addree OARRIAOE AND HARNESS CATALOGUE One Minute Cough Cure cures That if whit It waj made lor SEARS ROEBUCK CO Inc CHICAGO ILL sister-in-la- When you write mention this paper alds Creok Alaska Mineral runs from The News 1 to 2 per pan to Date j British watship Resistance lias mys- Â¬ teriously disappeared Thought to have sunk in mid ocean a The Spanish government has decided to prosecute Admiral Cervora for Spanish Tho weather in London England ia defeat in the late war a a warm and spring like Four hundred Japaneso soldiers were struggle by Jeffries and Fitz Simmons prize fight Â¬ killed in a Formosa rebels last week ers baye signed to fight hand-to-hand Natural ink has been discovered in ton S 0 wants a divorce because her 725 of them iu the line and 214 of them husband chews tobacco and persists in staff officers spitting on the floor ttt Tho Court of Appeals decided that Mrs Charles Fridlin a Mile of a few corporations though they have not ac days was stricken with heart trouble at cepted the provisions of the constitution a hop at Kokomo Ind last week and are entitled to protection against mob died before sho could be taken home violence a spotted fever Henderson deaths o has had two Ghent and Antwerp are excepted and mother of Kaiser Wilhelms tho Dichoss Dorthea of will proservo both names Gent nnd Gand niul Antwerpen and Anvers pension of 200 n year granted to Earl of Surrey in 513 for his victory over the Scots at Floddon Field and regularly by the Howard family ever since lias just been compounded by the Duke of Norfolk tho Earls representa- Â¬ tive for 4000 in cash A Mayaville had an earthquake shock Â¬ Thursday o Lyton McHatton and wife 84 and 82 respectively died In a day of each other in Owen county and they wero both burled on the same day in the same grave a a ttt o The Rivers and Harbors bill carrying Stores wero closed at Glasgow Thurs over 10000000 the largest sum ever day on account of cold weather appropriated in a River and Harbor bill o was passed by the House by a vote of James T Frazier of Mt Sterling Ky 160 to 7 was killed at the battle of Manila t If tho House adopts the committees report Wheeler Colson et al who se- Â¬ cured army commissions will have to walk the plank The committeo decides that the act vacated their seata n Con Â¬ gress Annie Miller colored was frozen to doath at Louisville Thursday Â¬ brft boen sentenced to five yeais imprison ment in a military prison He pleaded guilty to forging the name of tho Orown Princess 8tephenlc of Austra who is a sister of tho Princess Louis to bills of exchange for 500000 florins The Prin- Â¬ cess Is detained in a private asylum near v Vienna Â¬ Tho president signed peace at noon Friday the treaty of Twothreo year old children of Timothy Ilartiean of Alton 111 were cremated while playing with a bon flro A bag factory and other buildings were Loss burned at New York Thursday 11000000 Several firemen hurt Fresident in his message Friday says a Pacific cable ia imperative a Frozen water pipes exploded at Balti Frlday and killed two men O At Westminister Frank Blair a law student shot aud instantly killed Edward Broyard and Miss Mary Ander Â¬ son and then ended his own lifo Blair was engaged to be married to Misa An Â¬ derson and was jealous of Brovard who had beon very attentive to her t t t t Americans captured the town of Mrs Edmonia Tate Martin has filed Caloocan Friday Killed hundreds of suit for a divorce from her husband Al- Â¬ Â¬ Cold wenther has driven deer to farmthe natives Filipinos power is crushed bert Martin Sho is a daughter of James ers door yards in Michigan W Tate former State treasurer Aband The president has appointed a court and failure to provide is alleced Last Carnegie has offered Atlanta Androw martial to inquire into the charges pre- Â¬ year Mrs Tate sued for and got about Ga 100000 for a public library ferred by General Miles against the war 12000 life insurance on policies issued to her father the decision holding that Barnum and Bailey will exhibit an department Tate who absconded in 1887 was legally eight foot French giant next season Three officers CG enlisted men killed dead Pennsylvania legislature turned down 8 officers and 190 men wounded are the Paul Perry of Columbus Gn suffered casualties on tho American side in the a resolution to invite Bryan to epeak agony for thirty years and then cured battle of Manila a his Piles by usim De Witts Witcli Hazel seekers have stripped the Memento Delia Hines a Chicago domestic has Salve It heals injuries nnd skin dis- Â¬ graves of the Maine heroes of flowers eases like magic Short Haynes sued Charles 0 Robinson her employer for 50000 for kissing her without her Some demon at Monticello Minn consent He is a wealthy stock man tried to wreck the town with dynamite Cable tolls on the cable ol the peace treaty to General Otis at Manilla cost i000 Three deaths were caused by the extreme cold at Indianapolis Ind last week a Cool work of teachers saved the lives of 400 children in a fire at Cincinnati Thursday Â¬ Tho States North of the Potomac will have a solid republican deltgation in the Senate after March 4 Never alnco the war nor during the war nor even before the war has a condition like this pre- Â¬ vailed Tho 55th Congress gives up tho ghost on the Hd of March constructively It will probably hang on till noon of Sunday March 4 under the parliamentary fiction that the legislative day of tho third does not end till 12 oclock meridian of the 4th t t t t Â¬ Â¬ TTenuly is illoo Deep Clean blood means a clean skin No beauty without it Cascarets Candy Cathartic clean your blood and keep it clean by stirring up the lazy liver and driving all impurities from the body Begin to day to After a hot contest Geone B Weller banish pimples boils blotches blackheads and that sickly bilious complexion by taking gets the Bardstown potofBce CawaretH beauty for ten cents All drug T gista natistaction guaranteed 100250500 Hon O Â¬ J Political Pointers t t T I The business portion of Hcrrington Kans was wiped out by Are Thursday Loss 100000 j Matrimonial j Matters J Minor who represented Boyle In the last legislature is a c indidate for re election An Honest Medicine for La Grippe George W Waitt of South Gardiner Me says I hayo had tho worst cough cold chills and grip and have taken lots of trash of no account but profit to the vendor Chamberlains Cough Remedy is the only thing that has done any good whatever I have uned one 50 cent bottle and the chills cold and grip have all left me I congratulate the manufacturers of nn honest medtclno For sale by A R Fiaher Oloverport R A Shell man Stephensport Â¬ To Insure n happy now year keep the Elena Sanz the Spanish contralto body vigorous by who sang for many years at the Paris liver clear and the using Do Witts Little Early Risere the Grand Operatlied recently at Nice at Mary Lyoiis a cniz negro woman the age of 48 years Her retirement famous little pills for constipation and Haynes Short froze to death at Henderson Friday from the stage was Bald at- - the time to liver troubles have been due to the attachment that Falling slate mashed John Walker to the lata King Alfonso XII of Spain death iu the PinovIUe coal mines Thiirs showed for her day Puvls de Chavannes heirs havo offer-Â¬ o Fire caused a panic among the girls at ed the city of Paris 163 of his drawings on condition that they be always exhib- Â¬ Caldwell College Female Danvile The Leading Specialists of America ited on tho line in the now art palace Thursday 20 YEARS IN OHIO now building In the Camps Elysees A o 250000 CURED A cook stove exploded at London De- great number of drawings by the late pot Thursday aud nearly killed Mrs Charlea Gamier the architect of the WECURE EMISSIONS Ladd Dynamite in the coal is tho al- Â¬ Grand Opera taken from all the monu Â¬ NothW ran ho mors JcmorallilnB to ments of tho Angeyine King of Naples leged cause young or middle aged men than tho pres They ence of thoeo niRhtly 1omo for a book that the Due de Luynes in- Â¬ produco weakness nerrousnc a feeling tended to write has been presented to of disgust nnd n whole train pf symptoms Working Night and Day inoy unai a man tor uusincp iuarnoa tho Ecole des Beaux Arts Ko mutter llfo and social hfipplnets Tho busiest and mightiest little thing a rhethor caused by ovll habits in youth natural weaknem or sexual excesses onr that ever was mado is Dr Kings Now Lord Salisbury in the three years and Seir Mothod Treatment van positively Life Pills Every pill is a sugar coated out o you a half of his present Ministry has beglobule of health that changes weakness E- NO PAY K NO stowed on Conservative members of the into strength lUtlessness Into energy House of Commons Upiuler vfunifd heln Enrlr nbuse or peerages nine six later excettej may havo weakened you brain fag into mental power Theyre teen privy councillorship thirteen bar- Â¬ Exposure may havo diseased you You wonderful in building up the health aro not safe till cured Our Now Mothod onetcies and twelve knighthoods there Â¬ trill euro you 1 ou run so risk Only 25a per box Sold by Short Hay Â¬ by providing a handle to the name of nes eight of his supporters If this Parll Yomiir Sinn You nro nalo feeble niunt lasts seven years and the lrlme and liiGSirdj nervous irritable nnd ex Wo citable ion becomo torgctuu morose Minister keeps up the porportlon every timl despondent blotches and pimples fourth member of the House of Com Â¬ sunken eyes wrinkled free stooping rorm ana uowncnsi countenance royeai mons will have received a distinction of tho blight of your existence DEKK Â¬ Â¬ CUR- Â¬ 250 Notes of tSi Â¬ Interest 5 title Pugh let the voters decide who shall be postmaster at Oynthiana and G M Dickey won by a plurality of 111 t t Misa Lula 8 Strother of Albany Ga predicted her own death two weeks be- Â¬ ren ttt fore her demise O M Lewis resigned as a member of Conrad II White aged 70 and Miss the democratic state central committee An autopsy made on the remains of a Margaret J Sheets aged 69 oloped from and A G Rhea was chosen to fill the man at Tonawanda N Y shows that he Valparaiso Ind to Morris III and yacancy was burled alive were made one tt s The Hull Army Bill calls for an in Â¬ Rich gold strike waa made at McDon Mrs Robert Worthington of Charles- - crease of 941 in the number of officers William Logan of Piqua O has been The Senate declined to give old man married seven times and is now a wid- Â¬ McKinley Aid Society Palmer but 50 a ower He is 70 and has sixteen child- Â¬ month pension which is 50 too much t t t j News of The State j t Adolf Menzjl the octogenarian paint Â¬ Mr Jamsetsjl Tata has offered the In- Â¬ er of Hohenzillern glories has received dian Government 1 250000 for the es- for a Now Years gift the order -- of the tablishment in India of a university for Black Eaglo tho highest decoration in research on the model of John Hopkins tho gift of the Kaiser No artist before him had ever received such an honor in Victoria a lioness in Sangers circus Germany This highest honor ever be 5 near London has given birth to six cubs Btowed on an artist says the Kaiser This is believed to bo the largest num- Â¬ modestly is intended to be a mark of v ber born at one time in captivity Tno my thankfulness for the service he has Mrs Mansfield of Benton after a fast cubs have been named after Queen Vic- Â¬ rendered to my house by his art and an of 45 days died Friday torias children incentive to the principles of the art of 0 nainting to likewise follow in the path Fir at Shelbyville Friday destroyed Belgium has passed a law that the trodden by Menzel and to strive to do 6000 worth of property railroad stations shall have but one name as he has done o Flemish or French according to the the The historic old governors mansion at language of the province Henceforth Lieut Gezi von Matasslch Keglevitch Frankfort was burned Friday Oounrai will be Kortrijk Tirlemont theofllcer who eloped last year with the Dendermonde Termonde Thienen Princess Louisa of Saxe Coburg daugh Â¬ Morgarrtown has nad 64 deaths from Lonvatn Leuven Malines Mechelen ter of the King of the Belgians and Â¬ No matter huw fcrious your caso may be or h iw lonsj ou may have had it our NfcV JUTlIOU JliEATMUNT will euro il Tho wormy veins return t their uon al condition and henco O sexual organs rocclve proior nourWi ment Tho orenns bceono vitalized oil unnntuml ilru13 or lunf ccaso and o temporary manly iiotreis rtiurn benefit out n permanent oure aturea NO OPPHA NO CUIIK NO PAY NO DIZTEN T10N NiISAHY TION FHOM UISINESS WECURE VARICOCELE CURES GUARANTEED Wo treat nnd euro KYPJIILlb IIMISHIONS OLEKT IMPUlKNOV 6KM1- KlllltrriTlUJ VAUICOCELK NAIj LOSSES MAIJDKH AND KID- NKX MOIIKRATK If nnahlo a call writs for a QUI SriON ULANK for HOME TREATMENT KKBE diseases uiiNouiaATlUB 1100KB rilKU UHA11UES i Kennedys Kergan 122 W DRS FOURTH ST O CINCINNATI mm J aim mm mm wmm mm m mmmmg Cbe F R WILDERr I Best flour on lli m I iri On and after 628J Fourth St Louisville Ky M HARDIN Brandenburg Ky 6artb Ib made by tho BATES MILLING COMPANY at Jolly Station The two leading brands are i NOTICE TO HARDIN IN 111 WILDER the r - FEBRUAKy 25th I will adopt a STRICTLY CASH SYSTEM of doing business It is best for the customers and is best Â¬ iftlINftTflN illUIUI Every Wednesdny and Thursday after Eourth Monday in Each Month Difficult work r uch as Bridges and Crowns a specialty Latest appliances used ood work guaranteed Sea Foam Extra Patent CUSTOMERS T TW M No Interruption of Business 1 Â¬ Old Glory Straight Patent Second Grade Both are made of fine selected wheat and aro guaranteed to contain no corn filler Thoy aro honest brands For sale at the following placoB in Breckenridge county MaltlBjIy for me T can afford under this arrangement to sell goods cheaper than under the credit system I will assure people that my store hereafter will be the GREAT Why Suffer Agony When DONS COMPLETE PILE OURE is guaranteed to cure you It is the discovery of an eminent physician No Knife J C Perklat n aicndMDey-1IC-MD00Ba- Julian Brown Klrk P Sheeran Bro by P Co FRAIZE llardlnsburr B P Beard tUrned C VY Payne Co Rock Vale Elijah Cooper Tar Fork J B Rice call for It and act a Pure Co ST- - It It sold la Cloverport Flour S jk 7UUUUUU t atu P you OUH MIUH UKAUt UUKUIUK BtWINU alAUIIINk mMc m i SEND NO MONEY MW rrrlH IiiiuIuUh YouctaeiamlnaltatrasaMr uuui u m u a u rc send sand A EST BARGAIN CENTER IN IRVINGTON In the meantime I will continue to sell goods cheaply and invite your patronage fk axaoUy as flht Uf and it found MrtMilfmMUriUrr vwv u r m rspreseniea OU KTIU IU4SU Of Br 4 tUk UkimiT IlietlS Jr Speolel Offer Price jrrrtiki mi Our Tha marina wlflha 110 tlREOII faal- mnA irlaUt i hAnma rounds and Ihalrslaht wlllasraK nnou roracli to Julloa GIVE IT THRBE MONTHS TRIAL la jour own booia and wUI return jrour LtO any day VM1I aistral ailll a4 araM f sou ara not aUUMaklM at iAMlluoii00itM asdnnall of racwiij - tLAl - ir 1 DO r iiiaaiaaMsuabHwim aaaaaaai a mi -- lU Come and see me and i be convinced S STRICT UadM The first treatment brings immediate relief It has cured thousands and will cure you MJRT S WILCOX prominent merchant politician and chief of the Chattanooga Fire Department says After veara of aufTcrlnp DONS PILE OINTMENT vrjui recommended to me The use of one box effected a permanent cure I voluntarily give you this statement hoping it will be the mean of bringing your wonderful remedy to tho attention of others iuf ferlng with pile Price 100 Prepaid to any Addreai CHATTANOOQA J DON CHEMICAL COMPANY TENN stlnl ESI V but SIB0O rr Ula 7 OBAWEH almi rraataat vaToa avar offarad by any houaa iai lha ar ti oDroitnuai l Ht RlinniCK riaa artry modem bfa wA 0 lusda vlth tha dafM uoraona Sl44tff last HskrlaasMrlaa iuno kouDOtKumxrriiuicotia rasta on I CM ten ball polua ttnot t sikl draw r pull uiilitiniuarr bearing tinea Un Iiltn adJoUbltrdlfuiiiBiartn Iron tund ufuiiiE Tloral- f armbeadmadapoltlrafoar mvtlonfowa Irur ahuttla automatla IwUita wltltr adjMiUt l baarlnrs Pat Â¬ ent Uasion UbaraUirlmproTad Ioom hMlaJJutabl brawcr root Improreu aauiu earner pauni owm par UAKaIiTMD Bssata m4 stu 4 MWu Mluuu MtlJklalraaUawla arj JTree tt ryHJffi J WM-mwmkwm alSfl tUllB BUSINESS bjm mi iiiiii imaiaiaaaiii vmamimmmmmtemumiMyrnammtm K II VV w J A a E BROWN KY tv fe Instruotioa UMlaial h tmnUtoi sal Hook Mils Just how anion can run II and do lth lain or any kind of fanay work A BO T1CAK OUABANTXM la aaal vim eitry macnuM ar IRVINGTON a rnaonlna awaaparo ind tbsn iniMHUM WRITE FM FMC hwwii r tJAIALWWt Ppr tt with those yonj rtoniwMmUi at lcxvnoa4 you aura aavlnjr SUOO to SXX Has vliaia atn aiaaw TM Mr raa Whaa wrltiaf Btntkw this T W7lPIPflll Breckenridge WEDNESDAY FED News 15 IBM WttsT VIEW Moro m nil MIba Lizzie IIil in on lie sick Hat this week Call oa your riealor for Old Glory Flour Beans ten crnlB a dose S M Henn inger T E Butler called to see his beat girl n- l ltJ - Sunday E M Pavla Bella postage stamps cheap for cash The school at this place will close Tuesday Sam Hennlnper la crowded n 1th loafers this week Henry Kobarda Is not any better at this time Bud Butler called to huh lis best girl Saturday eve Henry Hayes is very low with pneu monla fever Will Skillman loafed with the boys here again this week Evan Royalty was visiting J E Matthews Saturday and Sunday Thurtnan Drane of Webster Is visit Â¬ ing his sister Mis E M Davis Roacoe Laslie and J E Matthews were tho guests of the MiB3es Hayes Sunday No girl is to good to be hupged tho Bible tells us to I10M fast to a good thing The lover who is fired with passion for the daughter is oiteii put out by the mind to leavo Custer if he could take hu tolephono box with him Geo Harned is able to be out again Oscar Alexander has been on tho sick llet Mlssltosa Hardaway wasln town liwt week shopping Mrs Sarah J Tucker Is the guest of her Bon this week Mr Richard Bennett of Big Springs wis in town Monday Dr Meador has more riding than he can do at tho present Mr Bill Harlngton was the guest of MIsh Lula May Sunday Mr Horbot Oliver was the guest ol his best girl Sunday evening Miss Cove Rimcey looked awful lono Borao in town Sunday evo lack Harlngton was tho gust ol Mis Mule E Brunor Sunday eve It L McGutTin was in town last wek wo always are glad to see Robert Mr James II Lyon and family I avo been on the sink list for tho last week Mr David Meyer and Login Brtler were the guests of their fairests Suu lay Mr Heury Gulll died Sunday evei ing at 2 oclock We aro sorry to hea of hi death Mr Henry Miles of Garrett wai the guest of David Meyer last week the iirls sfld come back again Henry Mr Jesse Harned with J M Rolert boii Norton Company was in town Sat- Â¬ urday calling on o ir merchants M Meyer has just got back from fram pl where he has been looking for a lo- Â¬ cation We are sorry to give him up RAYMOND Mrs Junius Ater lias a severe attack of la grip Miss Nellie Shaw attended Mr Frank Bashams SAVED OUR LIFE Do Not Neglect UB JJ Where aro I Us Bones Santo Domingo has just dedicated a father II J Hob rts who has been out of school some time 01 tered 1 X College last Monday Nature has wisely arranged matters so that a man can neither pat his own back or kick himself Goorgo Hall has gone to Oklahoma to see Miss Patie That is quite a distance for a fellow to go to see his girl If some men would remember the answers to half the questions they ask they would have a liberal education A What Shall We Do Â¬ t J E Matthews who went to Bowling Green to go to school ouly remained one week the school not being what it is ad Â¬ vertised to be He is now attending school at the B N Colltg Hardmsburg Glint Tucker who left here 11 few days ago for his regiment United States Vol- Â¬ unteers in Alabama has gone to Cuba Success to you Clint and may you fight your battles bravelv and kill as many Spaniards aa you can Roscoe Laslies school at Hardin closed last Saturday it was like his other Bchools quite a success He is now at home and we extend to him a cheerful welcome tp be in our midst for the few days he remains with us Take Ciscarets Caudv Cathartic lOo or 25a C C fall to cure drugglbts refund mouey To Cure Constitution Vo rover It 0 CUSTER Business is dull in town We are having plenty of snow now Raymond Meadow started to school Wednesday There were plenty of drummers in town last week Alt Taylor of Rosotta was the guest of John Cook last Sunday David Meyers said that he would not serious and dangerous disease pre vails in this country dangerous because so deceptive It comes on so Blowly yet surely that it is often firmly seated be fore we are aware of it The name of this disease which may be divided into three distinct stages is First K dney trouble indicated by pain ic the btck rheumatism lumbago frequent do she to urinate often with a burning sen- Â¬ sation the fl w of urine being copious or sc tnt with strong odor If allowed to advance this reached the Second strga or Bladder trouble rvith lu avy pain in the abdomen low down between the navel and the water pis eares increasing desire to urinate with scildlug sensation in passing small quan Â¬ tities boing passed with ilifliculty some Â¬ times necessary to draw it with initru mints If uric acid or gravel has formed it will Drove dangerous if neglected The Third stag is Brights Disease There is comfort in knowing that Dr K llmer the- - great kidney and bladder specialist has discovered a Remedy fam Â¬ ous for its maryelous cures of the most digressing cases and known as Dr Kil- Â¬ mers Swamp Root It is sold by all druggists As a proof of the wonderful virtues of this great discovery Swamp Root a am- Â¬ ple bottle and book of valuable informa tion will be sent absolutely free by mail on application to Dr Kilmer Co Bnghamton N Y When writing kind Iv mention that you read this liberal of- Â¬ fer in the Brbckeniudok News Â¬ 1 Â¬ Wearing Diamonds London cable to the New York World said that tho South African pi pers noted as one of the remarkable results of the Spanish American wai the largely increased orders from Amtrica for diamonds which has caused prions to go up 20 per cent A recent I- - Disorder of these important organs causes Brights dlseaso rheumatism pain In the back dropsy and other troubles Disease sometimes gets a hold upon your kidneys and bladder beforo you realizo that anything serious is tho matter Often these organs pre neglected until that awful malady Brights disease has fastened upon you and death awaits its Many miraculous cures have victim been wrought by a course of treatment with Dr Davis Kidney Tablet These tablets are put up in the shape of a kid Â¬ ney bean and the formula has been pro- Â¬ nounced by tho best physicians of mod Â¬ ern times to be the most direct in action on tho kidneys of any remedy known to medical science You can eat these tab Â¬ lets as you would candy Send for free at Mr Bill Baskets booklet on kidney diseases Sold by all Mr itoscoe Hendry has returned home druggists or sent on receipt of prire from Missouri where hn spoilt a week or 60 cents and 1 two on a hunting expedition Surpassed Us Mrs Mattie Still and her beautiful Tho Engineering Journal is authority I daughters Misses Maud and Gertie of Montana are visiting friends and rela- for tho statement that lu 1898 Russia passed the United States In the produc- Â¬ tives at this place In 1SU7 this country We were very much pained to hear of tion of petioleum produced 7708230 metric tons while the illness of M E Avltt of Mississippi I was one of his pupils in this district the amount credited to Russia is 0JU and feel deeply interested in his recov 000 tons The output of tho United States for the year 1898 is believed to be ery about the same as in 1897 while the Mrs Ervlng of Indiana and Mrs Russian production will amount to about Nelson Claycomb of Bewleyvillo wero 8000000 tous called to the bedside of their father Mr Vr11 Avitt who died January 23 The Marvels ot a Graphophone family has the sympathy of the commu- Â¬ One of tlio wonders of the end of the nity century is the home Graphophone that Well I havent written anything but will reproduce nny kind of music or any neighborhood news but remember Mr Bound One can arrange a full program Editor I am only a girl barely in my of tho most attractive band orchestral or teens but because 1 cant write as well vocal music and vary it every evening as your other correspondents I shall not On the Graphophone one can record the despair So I will close hoping this will human voice ornny sound and reproduce escape the was to basket it at once You can keep the voices of J F Claycomb lias the promise of a your friends to be heard whenever you hundred and fifty pounds of manufactur wish Grapliophones made for home ed tobacco from Mr Johnnie Mercer of entertainment can be bought as low as Lyonia Johnnie says 10 Tho planters Write for catalogue 30 to the of old gladly gave from a hundred and CoLUMMA FlIONOQUAlII Co No 910 twenty to one hundred and fifty pounds Pennsylvania Ave Washington D C of tabacio for a wife although every Â¬ thing is cheaper now yet he is willing to Last Pension pay the old price France has paid its laet pension to Napoleon solders In 18U0 a law was Brave Men Fall passed granting SbO a year to all nonVictims tostomach liyer and kidney commissioned officers and privates who troubles as well as women and all feel had served ten years in the armies of the the results in loss of appetite poisons in first republic or of the first empire and the blood backaches nervousness head had received a wound For the first ache and tired listless run down feel- Â¬ year the payments amounted to 000000 ing But theres no need to feel like last year the was 50 and the last that Listen to J W Gardner Idaville recipient is Bum now dead at the age of 105 Ind He says Electric Bitters are just years the thing for a man when he is all run down and dont care weather he lives or Red Hot From the Gun dies It did more to give me new Was the ball that hit G B Steadman strength and good appetite than any- Â¬ thing I could take 1 can now eat any Â¬ of Newark Mich in thb Civil War It caused horrible Ulcers that no treatment thing and have a new lease on life Then Bucklena Only 50 cents at Short HayneB1 Drug helped for 20 years Arnica Salve cured him Cures Cuts Store Every bottle guaranteed Bruises Burns Boils Felons Corns Skin Eruptions Best Pile cure on earth To Command the Kentucky 25 eta a box Sold Cure guaranteed The battleship Kentucky when com- Â¬ by Short Haynes Druggists pleted is to be commanded by Capt Chester who commanded the cruiser Colored Vote Cincinnati during the war He has beeu By the figures of the last census the ordered as inspector of the battleship colored vote of the country that is the now building at Newport News males above the age of 21 years num- Â¬ bered 1740555 Of these the following Dr Bulls Cough Syrup will prove a States hnd the largest proportions quick and sure cure for croup Mothers when Georgia 179028 voters Mississippi 150 your children are attacked with that dreadful ais 4S Alabama 140703 South Carolina ease you can depend on this marvelous remedy R120 19 and Louisiana 119815 It never falls to cure at once Irice ic Sheril W B Gardenor was in our neighborhood last week Mrs J T Claycomb has been confined to her room for several days Judge A M 1ulllam of Guston took dinner with J T Claycomb Sunday Mr Henry Head of llosetta visited his brother W N Head last week Mr Cray ton Claycoint called on Misses Maud and Gertie Still Sunday after- Â¬ noon Johnnie Mercer of Lyonla Ky has returned homo after a wuekj visit at J E Mercers Misses Cora and Janlo Hejdry have re turned home from a very pleasant visit Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ at the party the Kdncys and Bladder splendid monument to servo as a tomb for Columbus the peoplo of that country claiming that thoy are in possession of the remains of the explorer and that thoso recently taken from Havana to Seville are those of Diego the eon of Columbus Olad Tidings to Asthma Sailers Foleys Honey and Tar gives quick A It and positive relief in all cases R A Shellman Fisher Cloverports E A Witt Hardiusbuig Stopheusport Uncle Sam is Seventh The Treasury Bureau of Statistics has just Issued a publication showing that Great Britain easily holds first place with w 48 colonies having an area of 11250I 1I2 CUARANTEED25 YEARS A r at if arm Orfiawo laue a written blndlnrf 25 yemrh I 14 03 square miles and n population of toiirmntef by the term and condition of wh hlf ftyi lnih KHmwuii no irini inimtiivuorKCi u nan 122 The United States stands seventh eithand we wmrorunii your money it you arenotf will be told tin perfectly Atlsel tOOefthtie The figures for the United States are Viit urate tenet ioaiaiaj orfuo r IA based on tho supposition that the peace OUR RELIABILITY IS ESTABLISHED notdealtwithusa k rnurtielchbnratmit us wrlte treaty will bo ratified tne punnaner or tin paper nr Metropolitan iatlnnal Children who are troubled with Worm aro pale in the face fretful by spells re it less In Bleep have blue rings around their eyes bad dreams variable appetite and pick tho nose WHITES CHE AM VERMIFUGE will kill and expell these Price 25 cents A It Fisher parasites Cut thin art out and of ml to u a Ilk 1100 ana we will send you p ohjn IEnixrKOiDiiaEqlHxrKMHOKiuabrtrelirhtCo Yon unaiamtna It atrourntamtrrtlght depot lauaiitlo eiactlyas representor equal to organ that retailand at Ifroiitlncl It far better than III onus loo oo thefrreatotTalueyoueveraawand organs adrertlMHl by others at mnmomtjt parthafrelvhtafrentaar a prrlsl DO sTSflr lens tnellor IJOVtt as rrit ottasrsos 3175 IS OUR SPECIAL 90 DAYS PRICE 1- price chant r ed by otters Such an offer was nerer made before TIIC a PUT nllCCU lsoneoftheeiMtrBtaMUUa4ln I IlU Murni UUlCn stnunentseTermail irumthelllnstratlon shown whicli Isenirrared direct from a photograph jrnu can form some laws or it Daouri sporsrsro Jtfnririaaaji4--r- iWWWiJgyatl nancjomeiy decorat antlnu finish Maaotromooiia OuarterfJawed Oak ed and ornamented latest lOOOBtVle lllKKBeUKKXIS e feet 0 Inches lilRh t Inc lies long u Ini hes wlle and we li5 1 mmf m siu pouna I contain a orirru stops as iouowii uipioa Frlelpl Ifolrlios Itrtdla Onto Irtmons Hois Coplrr Trobloloopttr Dlptns tort rrlselpl forlr soa Tot lloaa l 1 Otlsta tooplr M I Toa Sf II I fir 4 Or Mwrll 4 HI UrfkrtrIToail Urvrntlorr rtpo JoHl Krd 1 Hrlof It Pnro Bwrrt Jllodla llrrd I Rrioflt lbra1lT MrlllUt llntr MBiIMLBi w Rrdl 1 Brief II HlfbSl1w8iMlk Dlspua lletas1 Dotal PlMrtailiri 7i7Hilslll 1 1 net iloa Son Hlodloos rrlorlpsl llrrd ACME QUEEN THE LUiijtirrtI litW T raMaaH In the highest imvle Initmmcntc al o fitted with law twoadCoipknamlToilUHtaitalsobfstiOolsTfftlt leathert CtC WIIOWB VI IIV IreSi rUUtT rilllU a IDT IrTIIiWS PlXCa and finest leather In ralres THE ACME QUEENI flnlihedwlthaioillbereled platelrench ulrror mokel plated pedal rramesamlerrry modern Iraprnrement ttaj iihmsii r hei a namiaome organ stool and the bestorcan Itllltal s T iftJSSSB instruction uook puuii neu nmjN iipjpj SEND US ONE DOLLAR tali JMS Caw fortlPrWaaElal ISSPsBTOfaH ff Salt SSe 55tt tHH vfjmtmr st255WafiiE23 ILL uana nauiinti mo mpuiuic or liana nt esprvssrompanr In Chicago r any railroad or itina ii est buMness blocks In Chicago aeilUIOS flliOOadast alo at lowest wholesale prices Write for fras Mttl nnrui n nn nd lnlnimiitliuni a SEARS ROEBUCK Sc CO Inc Fulton DeipUlneiandWatminSU CHICAGO mnll lien you write mention this paper To Remember the Halne Representative Tawney of Minnesota has introduced a resolution providing that on February 11 next and on that date thereafter the United States flag on all Government buildings throughout tho United States be displayed at half mast in commemotation of the destruc- Â¬ tion of tho battleship Maine and the loss of 2G0 American lives in the harbor of Havana Mr S A Fackler Editor of theMican opy Fla HuBtler with his wife and children suffered terribly with La Griope One Minute Cough Cure was the only remedy that helped them It acted Thousands of others use this quickly remedy as a specific for La Grippe and its exhausting after effects Short Haynes J T C CHAS F OWEN WITH- - PICKETT TOBACCO WAREHOUSE A BRIDGES CO Proprietors - Cor Eighth and Main Sts A Louisville Ky Not in BRIDGES W G BRIDGES Four Months Storage Free the Combine AAAAAAAprAAAAAArXAAArVVrVAVVVvVW V G BABBAGE ATTORNEY AT LAW Ie Â¬ Â¬ flay Be Saved of saving the battleship Maine Hope has not been abandoned by the United States government or the managers of Wreckthe Merritt Chapman Derrick ing Company It is the belief of some of tho government officials and that of the wrecking company that at least some part of the Maine can be saved and for that reason a wrecking expedition is soon to visit the harbor of Havana for the purpose of making another inspection of the wreck Â¬ HARDINSBURG KENTUCKY PREPAEED TO PRACTICE CASES IN BANKRUPTCY AND ASSIGNMENTS Remarkable Rescue Mrs Michael Curtain Plalnfield 111 makes the statement that slie caught she cold whicli settled on her lungs was treated for a mouth by her family physician but grew worse Ho told her that she was a hopeless victim of consumption and that no medicine could cure her Her druggist suggested Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption she bought a bottle and to her delight found herself benefitted from first dose She continued its uso and after taking six bottles found hersslf sound and well now does her own housework and is ah well as she ever was Free trial bottles of this Great Disoovery at Short Hay Â¬ nes Drug Store Large bottles 50 cents per 1 00 Â¬ OFFICES Over Gardners Store Hardinsburj iWvvvvywvTVNrvwrvvrwvvvvyvwvv News Ollice Oloverport WORMS Prepared by For sale by 13 lu I I VERMIFUGE MostmtiuanUlr Deit In Quality 1T WHITES CREAM For 20 Years Has Led all Worm Remedies -UJK rf 4 JUi JLJ JAMES F BALLARD J JL- - Cy t i E Ed rJ WEW ft Sf lot ltd w - AR Fisher Oloverport Ky They are made by a firm that manufacture none but the best The material they use is linen You have heard about MONARCH SHIRTS 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 Read the following list select your shirt send a letter to E C BABBAGE stating the size and length of sleeve and dont forget to put 75 cents in the letter Or better still call at the store and make your own selection and get the 200 Shirt for 75 cents V Neck Sleeve 1 STRAIGHT GOODS A 200 SHIRT FOR T45oJ 4it Keck 1 1 a 4 White Shirts unlauudered 2 White 1 White 1 White 1 White 1 White 1 White 1 White 2 White 1 White 1 Shirts 8hirt Shirt Shirt Bhirt 4 1 2 1 1 1 1 Shirt Shirt Shirts Shirt Colored Shirt White Shirts unlaundorcd White Shirt unlaundorcd Colored Shirts unlaunderfd White Shirt Shirt colorod bosom Shirt colored bosom Shirt colored bosom - 14 14 15 17 15 15 15 15 14 14 14 14 14 14 - 31 33 83 32 32 32 81 31 31 31 Colored Shirt Colored Shirt collar attached 2 2 1 2 1 1 3 1 82 31 2 1 1 1 15 14 14 14 32 82 31 81 81 - 1 1 Striped Shirt Striped Shirts Shirts colored bosom Shirt colored bosom Colored Shirts collar attached Colored Shirt Colored Shirt Colorod Shirts Shirt colored bosom r White Shirta Colorod Shirt Colorod Shirt Colorod Shirt Striped Shirt Striped Shirt 14 14 14 14 15 j4 15 14 14 14 14 - Sheie 31 32 32 31 33 32 31 32 31 31 31 Neck Slecrc Neck Sleete 2 White Shirts 2 Colored Shirts 2 Colored Shirts 2 Striped Shirts 17 15 15 14 v 14 1G 30 32 33 81 81 88 10 14 14 15 Striped Shirts 3 Striped Shirts 1 Striped Shirt 1 Whito Shirt 1 White Shirt 1 White Shirt 1 Whito Shirt 1 Whito Shirt 1 Shirt colored bosom 1 Whito Shirt 1 Striped Shirt 2 Outing Shirts colored 2 Outing Shirts colored 2 14 16 10 14 15 10 10 18 15 15 33 32 33 32 32 32 33 31 32 34 Whito Shirt unlaundorcd 2 Whito Shirts unlaundered 3 17 J 33 32 32 1 4 3 2 2 1 1 White Whito Whito Whito Whito Shirt Shirts Shirts Shirts Shirts Whito Shirt unlaundered unlaundered unhundored unlaundored unlaundored unlaundered 54 10 17 14 33 32 154 15 10 15 10 18 14 14 14 14 14 14 84 32 31 31 Colored Shirt Colored Shirt 5 Whito Shirts 1 1 1 Whito Shirt 82 82 Colored Shirt 3 Colored Shirts 2 White Shirts 4 Colored Shirts 1 32 33 88 34 30 32 32 31 81 15J4 14 15 32 32 32 White Shirt 30 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 get married and this is a way hes got to raise the wind What is the reason for this reduction Why E C BABBAGE wants to get out of the furnishing business He has got a large stock of stuff on hand See Maybe too he wants to cmilat J D Babbages Store If yon want Bargains in Shirts 3 1 f 1 tf wa njiy i fi f fiv1 WLKkfm Trpr ffr GLENDEANE W JrP pWW V W tw babv at his fathers T P Hardaway last Wednesday OF Hon Charles Stanford is attending Circuit Court at Hardinsburg Ho is a member of tho grand jury Reading last weeks issue ot tho Naws ono concludes that it is just the thing for old men to marry very young women B F BEAHD Miss Ethel Bryant of Rock Haven WILL MILLER who is teaching at Stony Point was tho M II BEAKD guest of Miss Florence Cain Saturday and Sunday Miss Bryant is boarding G W BEARD with Mr and Mrs G W Smith and Is n ESKRIDQE lady worthy of acquaintance and friend Â¬ MORRIS It M JOLLY A VALENTlNf FOR EDMUND CARTER OPEN DOOR GLOB HxnDiNsnuno Ky Feb 10 18W To tub Nkwk Iho Open Door Lttora ry Olub met February 0 Bt tho reatilenco Owing to tho inclem of R N Miller ency of tho vreathor and the tact that the revival had interfered with eovetal meetings of tho club all tho members were not present As the program was decidedly patriotic the houso was appro 11 for Joy Today when first he taw yon boy ilo I ho I In Jolly tones said he So sweet a babe I neer did sea Look at hit eyes so bright and blue An indtx nl his heart so true Ills dimpled face all wreathed in smites Reflects a soul untouched by guile St Valentine jest laughed Profitable Home Dyeing Diamond Dyes Make Hand- Â¬ some Unfading Colors QU8TON Â¬ BANK President Vice President CaahiRr 1 V Â¬ Hes sure to grow to be a man To do to all what good he can Hell champion be of right galnit wrong Faiths armors buckled tight and strong Ills hands will ever sow good deeds From out his tile hell cast the weeds Hell spum the wrong embrace the right And laurels win In Lifes hard fight In truth hell bean honest man Goda noblest work His lifes whole span Shall show such deeds as knights olod Wrought in bright lettering good acts and bold So spoke St Valentine to me Dear Edmund when he looked on thee Itemember sweet you were not here When he sent his messages out last year Few Dimes Will Save Many Dollars In neatly every home there are laded and un fsshlonabte dresses and coats that can be ded with Diamond Dyes so they will took as good as new Suits for the boys can be mad from the fathers partly worn clothes and then colored with Diamond Dyes to looV like new while drenes and Jackets can be made for the girls with little work or expense Many women dress their families In handsome lashlonable clothing at a comparatively small ex pense thanks to Diamond Dyes Diamond Dyes are put up specially for home use and the directions on each package are so plain that even the Inexperienced can get beautiful and unfading colors by using these dyes Ihey color anything from ribbons feathers and waists to the heaviest coats aud dresses There are some fifty colors In the lilt of Diamond Dyes making all the fashionable shades He sure to use only the Diamond as they are the only dyes that have stood the test of years and that can be depended upon for successful home dyeing priately and tastefully decorated with bunting and United States flags Presi Â¬ dent Logan called tho club to order at eight oclock and on tho roll call each member responded with a patriotic quo tatton A highly tiumorous selection was read by Prof Logan which was greatly enjoyed by his audience Carrying out the patriotic idea refresh ments consisting of genuine hard tack and water were then served But im- Â¬ mediately afterward we were ushered into the dining room where delightful viands were provided for our enjoyment Mrs Miller is an ideal hostess and has made the entertainment of guests a fine Â¬ Now little one grow up to be Just such a man as he pictured thee For God and our Lady your shibboteth Conquering march in be true unto death Irvington Feb 14 1899 JFG art Tile following program was arranged for the next meeting It oil call Music Paper James Lane Allen Music Mediation Music Reading Music Progress of the World General Discussion Frequently accidents occur in the household which cause burns cuts sprains and bruises For cases BALLARDS SNOW hbs for many years been fayorite family remedy and 50 cts A It Fisher use in such LINIMFNT the constant Price 25 eta HARDINSBURG Lewis the jeweler Best sewing machines on the market Low prices Call and examine them T C Lewis The Eclipse Grocery Company will de- Â¬ liver you your goods free Send in your orders The grand jury is in session now bud and you had better go Blow or they will pull you The Golden Gem the beet roasted collee in town for the money at the Eclipse Try it The thermometer stood 3d below ot Matthew Millers one mile from town last Mouday morning C L Pate Andrew Driskel R N Miller and Mr Hayes and wife united with the M E church last Sunday Percy Beard has had a fins ice harvest He will be able to supply the town and country next summer at a low figure For anything in jewelry watches clocks guitars violins accordions harps bows silver ware spectacles all first class at T C Lewis You can buy anything in the grocery line very cheap from the Eclipse The goods are all new and fresh Bring us your produce Stores Yes Hardinsburg can stand a few more The people of this town have got plenty of money and no poor kin Hear me dont you The thermometer has ranged in this town at different places all the way from ten to twenty degrees below zero during the present cold snap The weather of last week was the cold- Â¬ est that lias visited this town in many years The oldest inhabitant said it was a reminder of the winter of long ago The McCoy heirs have compromised their law suit against R S Bandy Mr Bandy agreed to pay them about four hundred dollars instead of thirteen hun Â¬ dred which they were seeking to recover Rev A H Davis announced last Sun- Â¬ day that his next Quarterly meeting would be held the second Sunday in Match at Fair View There would con- Â¬ sequently be no preaching here at his church in the morning of tttat day but the Presiding Elder would preach at night Best work Quotations about men Ml Dejarnette Miss Smith Ml Eskrldge Mrs H N Miller Miss Hurst C K Caihman at lowest prices at T C ROYALLY ENTERTAINED The Club At its next regular meeting which will be on February 20 the club will be entertained by Miss Mary L Smith Dr Clovcrport dlrls Figure in Brilliant Events at Evansvllle Tho Evansvllle Courier says Miss Lena Hornbrook of Fulton avenue entertained at progressive euchre Wednes Â¬ day evening in honor of the Misses May of Cloverport Ky who are the guests of Misses Mayme and Lena Siefltsrt of 1700 Upper Second street Five tables were brought Into play The ladies prize was won bv Mies Eva May The gentlemans prize was won by John Kigelhausen A two course luncheon was served the guests The tables were decorated with ferns Fridav evening the Misses SieQert en tertained at their home in honor of their guests Thore were forty guests who spent the evening in dancing and pro greBsive eurhre The house decorations were cut flowers and feme Dancing whs in the large library whete a tarpaulin covered the carpet The tables handsome decorated with ferns and car- Â¬ Ices and cakes were served nations after the dancing The punch bowl was gracefully presided over by Miss Celia chaefer and Miss Ida Dour The Misses May entertained the guests with several fine selections on tite piano During their visit here the Misses May have been the guests of honor at many bril- Â¬ liant social functions They will return Home the last of the week Â¬ Â¬ Tom Sponcer colored of Madisonvlllo was here last week visiting his parents Houses nro losing their paper from its tearing and coming loose this colli spell Uncle Johnny Mussulman was not on the train Sunday His son was doing his work Extremely cold Thermometors re- Â¬ cording temperatures according to veracity of owner Dave Moorman and Fred McDonald wero among the Glendeane people in Hardinsburg Monday W It Moorman and Ves Smitli made a considerable purchaso of cattle in Forks of Rough last week Jimmy Ren ves hero a few month from Illinois returns this week He has assisted Mr Curtis at the depot Mies Mary Mattingly went home sick after a few days at Utopia last week She expects to return this week Miss Fannie O Green closed her school last Friday She leaves this week 70 teach a private school noar West View Jimmy Mattingly of Long Lick 1b Moore pleased with Glendeane than usual Sundays cold being insufficient to keep him away No boy brings a handsomer face to town and more than one fair damsel welcomes his coming Henry Moorman goes to Louisville this week to be mustered out of service He expects to remain in the city and take a business course at tho Bryant Strattons college If his success is to be measured by his ability to do the school that graduates him will afterwards point to him with pride These are dangerous times for the health Croup colds and throat trouA bles lead rapidly to Consumption bottle of Oue Minutu Cough Curo used at the right time will preserve life health and a large amount of money Short and Haynes Little Hunts Mercer was quite sick Mrs G W Smith spent last week the latter part of last week with her daughter Mrs Charley Red Miss Hannah Yellow Lake is a mem- man at Irvington ber of this spring- - teachers clase recently sold lo Jesso - R J Patteson Ken Rhodes and Eli Storms wero in Ilerndon one cow and calf for 45 II L town Sunday en routo to Hardinsburg Boll sold to R J Patleton oue grado Â¬ HAHDIHSBUEa V DIRECTORS Bulls Cough Syrup will core throat and lung trouble without tail Korgnppi influnra and a deep seated cough or cold it is the best rtmeily offered to the public Die doses are small and a bottle costs only j QUINTETTE OF SQUALLS Five Cherubs Gladden Breckenridge ty Homes Coun- Â¬ Â¬ LONG BRANCH day Mrs J K Ditto has been on the sick list T E JinkenB of Louisville was hero one day last week Mrs S II Dooley who lias been ill is very much improved James Ricketts who has been in Lou- Â¬ isville has returned home Mrs AunaBickerstaffisout again af- Â¬ ter a yery severe case of grip Messrs Chas Crawford and Jim Bicker-stair were at Willow Dale last week on business Who said it has been cold 7 The thermometer registered iJO below zero Fri Â¬ day a in J K Hendrick has returned home alter several dava visit with his uncle Â¬ Mr and Mrs II 0 Day of Ashcraft are all smiles A girl baby camo to their home February 10th and thata the reason of their happiness A handsome boy lias taken up his home with Mr and Mrs James Gardner at Hardinsburg It came on the 11th and has made its parents the happiest persons in town Mr and Mrs Leon McGavock have A reasons to bo perfectly happy beautiful little girl baby brightens their home It came lost Tuesday Ten pounds was the weight of the little girl that was born to the wife ol AVm Tiniuson February 12th There is happiness in that household Theres another Lewis in town Bob LewiB and wife are the happy parents Its a boy came Feb tU A Ditto Jr was in Brandenburg Fri- Â¬ milch cow for 10 Charley Lewis and family who liavo resided at this place for several years will in the near future move to West Point to make their home That FJrandenburq correspondent la a first class writer If you will read her works and cut your cloth accordingly you will be better olT for your pains Get Peyton Shumate to tell you about tho three men who swore they would not go to Brandenburg if the grand jury summon d them Peyton tells it just like it happoned and it is true too The mercury registered eighteen de Â¬ grees below zero hero Monday morning and the ice on all the ponds is about eight inches thick Look not upon your neighbors coal house neither upon his wood pile Peyton Shumate is doing a large grist business at this place There are from fifteen to twenty wagon loads of corn ev- Â¬ ery Saturday to be crushed or ground and it keeps Peyton and his crew busy to get through before night Alex Epperson and Dave Allen hauled timber to Guston a distance of about three milea lost Thursday when the mer- Â¬ cury was nway down below zero Some- Â¬ body ought to form a stock company and send those two men to tlia Klondike for if anybody would merit succeos there it would certainly be Alex aud Dave The Bewleyville correspondent said that Z T Stith was practicing through his coffee mill that hangs on tho wall in auticiption of the new telephone that ho in to get Boon Well if that is the case Zich is in better shape than one of our neighbors for when he is not talking through hia telephone he is continually talking through his hat You pSople of Guston and vicinity would he iuterest who have items it g to others pleaso linnd them iu to tite correspondent ittid ou shall have For instance two ladies representation are visitu g this town one from Nashville Tenu und the other from L03 Angales Cal and nc t a word of their all because I arrival was mentioned knew nothing of it Say since our neighbor Mr Jesse Clarksou made that 11000 sale of cattle you Breckeuridte county people are try Â¬ ing to claim him as one of your county farmers and we want you to distinctly understand that he is a Meade county farmer and that his fine larrn lies with- Â¬ in the borders of old Meade And that We have got lota of good is not half farms and good farmers in this county ship J To sneak of the weather wo say zero INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS empatliically and wo are not enjoying it either The beautiful hasnt much charm for farmers who have to shelter and feed stock and see them shiver and shake However there may be god in the Hi wind that will materialize in a good fruit crop later on Let us hope for the best Louisrille Henderson St Louis 21 Co The B V R O meeting at Irvington on tho 4th was woll attended and inter- Â¬ esting Tho members havo strengthened Time Card In EiTeot Deo14 1898 their courage and brightened their wits and are looking forward to next meeting with enthusiasm Will meet with Miss EAST nOUND Partridge at Lyons Hotel Feb 18th No 4 No 44 No 46 Visitors are cordially Invited to attend The course this year is one of unusual interest and more people ought to take St Louts Lv 7 66am 8 65pm Henderson Route part Golden Rod DeWitts Witch Hazel Salvo Cures Piles Scalds Burns It rest with yon whether yon continue the ncrTVKIIliag LUDlCCOORDll If imvoai reniuTe lutueiireiorioDcco wiiaAll nMtnilllllnk atnalanln Vl 1 tilt Ikk tine purines the blood ttorea loit manhood 000 boi Ai inttcei Too tronr old 400000 cum rurecf tluv nneannnerTe pocket - Henderson Haskets SpolUvillo Heads Stanley OrllTith Evansvllle llh 7 31 7 45 7 52 7 68 6 6Am 2 20pm 210 3 01 37 3 13 2 45am 3 23 3 28 310 3 39 a 44 738 8 0J 807 Worthington Mattingly Wnltman Lcwlsport 320 328 329 333 3 44 Owenaboro rofll nr Ckluf 818 Iatea 827 PowerslbrRoclcport tndl SS8 86 62 and book Jf I IS - BtttUaf Retwaj braarjtntn In pnr who Tonr Take k willwlllTouchforun dnifffftstIt with pitlrntly perelitently Doiil uinanycurcii SDoieaizng One own C n rmt unrf tnaU mnnT lark for Cannelton Sfellimin Shops Falcon 1etrie Ilawesville Cloverport Holt Pierce 9 I 1 Teil City J 000 913 923 935 9 40 9 52 363 404 413 419 428 433 4 40 4 400 118 4 4 39 8l 460 48 49 Addison Stephensport Sample XoHiburg 100 96ft 600 603 511 518 5 6 5 6 22 0 31 42 507 5111 520 ft 10 08 10 13 25 5b2 643 51 tht trvinfrton Guston Webster 1022 10 30 10 S8 10 12 650 6 CI Ekron Brandenhuifr Long liranch Hock Haven Willow Dale Â¬ For Infants and Children- The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears tho Signature of CASTOR 1kWWWW I A u 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 Agricultural Journal and Advertiser Elden Ioaajs Xo one will be disappoint- Â¬ ed in using One Minute Cough Cure for La Grippe Pleasant to take quick to act Short A Haynes Â¬ Dr Bulls Cough Syrup is a great It removes a cough or medicine of Intrinsic worth cold quickly and cures severe throat and lungutTec Sold by all tiuns in an astonishing short time druggists for 25 cts Obituary The funeral oj Joseph A Gilliland of Chenault Ky occured last Sunday at Joseph the Southern Methodist church A Gilliland was born iu 1838 near Uhenault Breckenridge county Kyaud lived his entire life here He was married to Miss Salhe Vertrees of Arkansas in April lb7i who died in live short monttis and left him to roam alone in the world winch lie regarded her till He joined the UhriBtain churcii death in 1810 under the preaching of Eld C A Manker of ScolUburg lud which tie lived a constant Christian life until one year ago when he stepped aside un- Â¬ til he was confined to his room two months ago when he realized his condition then he sought raeicy and pardon in leaus Christ His few remaining days a as spent with prayer on his lips He whs so patient in Ills alii ction Not one word of complaint was uttered lis whole thoujht was what he was go Â¬ ing to do in the near future He leaves Bisters and one brother Mrs Brodie Mrs Roberta and Jnmes Gilliland and a ttoat ot relatives and friends to mourn his loss II was honest and upright and When nad the cood will ol everybody that monBter deatli lie closed his eyes in death His last words were Amen Amen His funeral was preached by Eld A 1 Beare of Stephens port which a as an able address and appreciated bv the large audience who came from Derby lud and the neighborhood He rh laid to rent in the beautiful cemetry of the Southern Methodist church Uncle Joe Gilliland was born Feb -- 8 IfilW died Feb 3 1MJ Age GO years 11 months and 3 Iiih Uncle Joe has gone home to a better country Â¬ Â¬ STEPHENSPORT go to war and get warm Miss Helen Dowel is visiting in Hawes Lets tu Nice line Clothing 289 400 8 0 K to to 350 750 1250 Fine Tailor Made Extra fine Tailor Made fancy eilk and satin linings to Dont Tuliario Suit and Smoke luur I ire Aviaj To quit toliaioo ciiMly mill fotever If mag iietlt full of life narm ami tlKor lithe No To line tuow nndur uorlttr tlmt malto weak men st ron f All druggists Wo or II Curt guaran teed Ilootilct unit uatiiplo tree Address Sterling Iteincdy Co Chicago or New York FORDSV1LLE us Winter it seems has come to stay with Wedding hells will soon bo heard Bgnln our town Arnold McCarthy npuit a few days with his parents last week Miss Hatcher is the guest of her sisters this winter Mrs Reynolds and Mrs J Martin Mr Win Beard and family moved back tc Hardinsburg to continue iu the butcher business Mr J D liabbage editor of our valua Â¬ ble paper tho Uhkckenhidok Nkwb was in tho city oue day last week We understand wh are to have anoth er theater tho later part of this week A company well recommended Mr W J Jones and family also Mr J Ganano have changed hoarding houses moved on the hill with Mr J if How ard The infant eon ol Mr and Mrs Grit Miller died with spinal eilection Feb Oth and waa buried Friday in tite Fords villa cemetery Funeral services conducted by Rev Ileyno ds pastor of the M E church Â¬ rl ville Myrtle Morgan is still confined to her rocm and most of the time to the bed Did you ever hear of a man chewim- tobacco all unbtknowst to his frou 7 1 have Iitv Fallon of Lswisport waa the guest last week of Mr and Mrs James Crawford Wanted 0 or i dozen energetic knit Â¬ ters to assist Mrs E II Miller in pre- Â¬ paring stockings Wednesday and Thursday mornings 8th and Oth the therniometnr registered 10 aud 17 degrees below zero Wo think it hardly nete sary to re mind the people of the Sunny South that we have recently bad u cold snap worthy our notice Dr I White waa si nt for to attend to some of the unfortunates in tite wreck of which we are glad to learn were only some slight wounds A B Copass of Los Angles Cal former pastor of Baptist church here was on the fast train Friday morning en route to Danville but escaped with out a bruize Tlie Navajo Medicine Co with their high class Vaudeville were in town all last week and though it is said to be a good show failed to get a crowd on ac- Â¬ count of the extreme cold This morning Monday we have fail Â¬ ed to learn just how cold it is registered but liave about come to the conclusion that all Kentucky needs to bo a first class Klondike is a gold field ft Fertell held regular services Saturday and Sunday in the Baptist church Preaching splendid sermons to tho faithful few who can always he de pended on let the weather bo what it will It has long and often been stated that every boil is wortli five dollars but your scribe if gultit g skeptical on the subject at she lias been possessor of one on her tight hand for the laet two weeks going at half nrice with never a bidder We so much regret to learn of the deatli of Alma Davis Camp little daughter of Mr aud Mrs Dick Camp of Hen derson and extend to them our deepest Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ sympathy 49c to 1000 to 10 You loved your little baby dear tjiii luved her more And anuels sent with robe and crown lo take her oer Â¬ Extra nice Jacketa in Astricanp Beaver cIothtBtrIctly tailor made 500 Strictly Tailor Made Broad Cloth and Cheviot Jackets 250 to 500 We think Union Star is throwing be quests this way in iter remarks on talse And can only say in be Â¬ intimations half of our Btdf that Stephensport not ps the church but the town as all were very liberal gave the M E parsonage one straw matting one rag carpet and one heating stove and as to wiiat our sister town did we tail to know much about though have heard ahe also gave a rag carpet aud cooking stove and per Â¬ haps the former was used for a parlor carpet The Eagle King of All Birds is noted for its keen eight clear and dls tlnct vision 80 are those persona who use Sutherlands Eagla eye salve for weak eyeu utyes sore eyes of any kind or granulated lids Sold by all dealers at 25 cents Â¬ im nil Brandenburg Ky O B tin IS V O X X A -- 9 W M1 Y00 Hw Almri Ba iM Graphophones lor Webster 9 32 6 51 10 08 T E Conniff is one of the best railt Manufactured under the patents of Dell Talnter Lodiburg 9 40 6V 1014 St L road road men on the L H 1ierce Edlaon and lWacdonald Our establlihment la hciiil- 9 47 7 07 world itachlnrs unrtira ortlioSupplies for Talking catalogue and Sample 10 24 9 51 712 During the coldest weather we have had alklng Machine Write or Stephensport 10 03 7 20 1031 you could nave Been turn moving ins Addison 7 21 10 C4 Dept 30 men up and down tiie track looking for COLUMBIA PHONOGRAPH CO Holt 7 27 10 06 Cloverport 7 39 10 46 1018 broken rails cleaning frogs plal forms Shops 7 13 10 49 0 22 and crossings and saltim- - the targets 919 Pennsylvania Avenue Skllman 7 14 10 33 1069 etc But to save your life you cant find Ilawesville 8 01 11 OS Washington D O for Cannelton Tell City j 10 4 out from talking with him what his poli- Â¬ 1etrle 10 fO 812 tical affiliations are At one time you 8 11 10 56 Chicago lalcon ii io Paris will suddenly come to the conclusion New York Lewisport 1104 827 1116 nearGuston St Louis Philadelphia Waitman 8 33 111 that you have spotted him sure as a free Powers iforJRockport Ind 1119 11 39 8 42 The Doe Run bridtre crew who are trade republican and again you will Baltimore Washington Buffalo raies 8 63 113J working on tho bridge are with Mr think that he is a high protection demo- Â¬ Owensboro 11 68pm 9 05 1140 Mattingly crat But Connitr says that nobody ex- Â¬ 1161 James Ricketts 916 Griffith 1156 91 J Hugh Ditto of OwenBboro stopped cept Albert Thompson ever sizjd him up Stanley BO YEARS UOur 9 25 1215im ibkMAds Worthington 12 20 off here one night with his parents 12 07pm 932 He politically I ENCE R Heads 7 12 14 J 39 wasenroute East Spottsville 12 22 12 3 9 47 About it There Is No Baskets 12 2 9 54 John and Katie Kelley have returned 29 Henderson 1245 1010 1255 home after a very pleasant visit to their No question indeed with those who Evansville 125 IU 10 4upm 7 20am grtn Imother at West Point Arf 732m St Louis have used it but that Foleys Kidney Mrs Mary Hendrick has returned to her home uear Guston after an extend Â¬ Cure is absolutely reliable for all Kidney Nos 45 and 46 have Pullman Bullet Sleeping Can and Bladder disease A R Fisher ed vi it to her son C W Hendrick Trade Marks and elejnt high back seat Passenger Coaches nroirNS thiough between 1 ouuville Evansville and St Mrs G W Brown is having a very Cloverport R A Shellmau Stephens rriDvninUTQ Art Louis without change pleasant visit with ner sister Mrs J port E A Witt Hardinsburg AnyDDt BenuuiK - aaeiirii aim uvbvi i uimu uiaj Nos 41 and 44 have elegant high back seat Pass quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an Stuart Peckenpaugb of Evansville Ind eng r Coaches and Parlir Car service through be- Â¬ Is probably patentable Communica invention tween Louisville Evaniville and St Louis without Eugene O McGohee waB out Saturday tions strictly confidential Handbook on Patents change ASHCRAFT sent free Oldest agency for secuMnfrpatents for the first time in several days He Nos 41 and 43 have Parlor Cars and elegant Co receive Patents taken through Munn jecial notice without charge In the Coaches between Louisville and Evansville with- Â¬ has liHtl quite a seige with the mumps out change Eugene Ashcraft went to Irvington on Joe Ashcraft who is teaching school at H C MOItDUE A G P A tiie Beech Grove Bchool house epeut Sat Â¬ business Friday Louisville Kr Largest cir-Â¬ A handsomely Illustrated weekly urday and Sunday with his mother at Terms 13 a culation of any clemiBa journal Henry Dugan spent Friday with his year four months fl Sold by all newsdealers Ashcraft father Davis Young New York MUNN Co36B H Charlton and David Ditto spent Satur- Â¬ L St L Fordsvlfle Branch Henry and Lou Cowley went to Hard- Â¬ Branch Office 625 V Bt Washington DC day and Sunday at home They have in county to buy stock Monday entered the Brandenburg Normal and TIME TABLE Ni 10 Comlort board with Mrs Lee Hagan We are sorry to say that E B Ash Â¬ Safety TAKING EFFECT 3PT 10 1898 Dr Will Crutcher of West Point was craft is seriously ill of pneumonia here last week to see Mildred the infant West Bound Trains Bast Bound Train Â¬ Mr Jack Simmons was pleasantly and of Mr and Mrs James Ricketts who tertained at Mr Cowleys last week en Louisville has been quite ill She is some better ttfo3 tNoB STATIONS fNo a fNo 4 Matilda Ashcraft was the guest of Mre We are indeed very glad to have Miss our midst She is Jesse Ashcraft and family Saturday Benhamcontinuo in very popular being a very intelligent night 6 45pm 10 60am Lv Irving ton Ar 9 00am 5 45pm 7 08 111 Garheld 35 6 20 yourg ladv and is quite an addition to Fait Mail Line Between Uncle Anse Clarksou of Big Spring 1124 Harned 719 609 8 21 our community was a visitor at James Heudricks Satur- Â¬ 7 28 Hardinsburg U3t 811 600 7 45 1160 Kirk 4 46 day night 8 01 7 62 1167 Jolly 7 64 Colonel Colson Shot 419 12 09pm 801 Glendeane 7 41 James Hendrick and Davia Youm 427 8 25 1230 arFallsR011gblv 7 IS 4 10 Colonel Colson of the Fourth Ken have decided that Ashcraft is the coldest STEAMERS 12 65 860 Rockvalo 3 38 63 tucky was shot in a restaurant at An place iu the country 105 900 Asklns 3 29 644 113 98 Oaks 3 21 036 E G RAGON Distort Ala Saturday uigbt by LieutenN A Bewley called on Miss Nannie 915p 120 ArFordivitleLv 63J 3Upm The weather never ant Ethelbert Scott Ho was also badly Cowley Sunday W A Bishop Paraer F M Ryan Master beaten by several officers of the Fourth gets too cold for Albert Trains 41 41 43 and 44 connect ot Irvington wtlb Wisconsin of the Provost guard His J Hardin Ashcraft who is now in Al- Â¬ Trains Nos 3 and e for points on Fnrdsvufe branh TARASCON Trains 2 3 4 and 5 run daily Trains Nos 3 and abama has been discharged and will be wounds are not dangerous 4 connect at Irvington with Main Lino trains 41 4a at home in a few weeks D L Penny Matter L T Conner Parser 43 and 4 Before w get another copy of the BitKCKKNKiooB News we will liavea wed Â¬ CITY ding in our vicinity soon ccun 115 hup nni i An pand vou thla bl Blftlh Mr Tom McCause a popular tomb R II Ballard Master W D New bell Pnner Btw 1S vatUra alil STtdt KaaEKfOIR CUit AID HOOD IOOK BTOVK brfreishtGO DaubJect to examination stone cgent of Big Spring was in this rxaiuuia it freight vicinity a few dayB last week D STAGGS Sour and It ii aif found perfect Catarrh is ono of tho most obstinate Monday February 13 was the coldest Dally except Saturday between Louisville ly satisfactory aa laa graalait diseases und hence tho most difficult day we have had this winter The ther Â¬ and New Amsterdam 8U B1K to Ret rid of mometer registered twenty degrees below Freight ablpped by tbil line deliverod quick Â¬ tUM you erer saw There is but ono way to curo it zero or heard er than by rail The disease is in tho blood and all tho Travelers will find the steamers are unsur Â¬ of pay the IKtlOHT I am glad to see so many more of tho sprays washes and inhaling mixtures AUNT ar passed In equipment and accommodations ACME mciai in tho world can havo no permanent nuKCKENitinuK Nkwh coming to the post The best culinary are employed ai oooki and PHI tit one BIRD effect whatever upon it Swifts Spe Â¬ office If every enjoy would take the pa Â¬ tbs menu li eiual to that of the but hotels reading it cific cures Catarrh permanently for it is per they would lenoral offloes 170 and 178 4th Avenue less 1300 the 1100 white Fortourt ma free tho only remedy which can reaclj tho sent wlthor- Mrs B F Bewley who has been with Louisville OIUVC CATALQBUt rifip nr S18 00 W W HITE disease and force it from tho blood her parents for the past three months D L PENNY and freight chances This stove Is site No I oven Is Supt Prei MHslItU topUmtti made from best plglroa extra Mr B P McAllister of Harrodsburg hue recovered and will return to her large flues heavy covers heavy linings and grates O V Willi a mb T P A Ky had Catarrh for years He writes large oven shelf heavy tla llned oven door handsome home as soon as the weatiier will permit OwpnVtrtro Kv I could Bco no Improvement whatever nickel plated ornamentations and trimmings extra though I was constantly treated with sprays large deep genuine HUaSM parMUIa lla4 maml hand We are having plenty of cold weather some large ornamented base Best coal aaraar Mads and arm wasneg anil diner roads Never before did Meade we furnish mm an extra wood frrato making It a per and bad entlnhallni remedies BllDUlJOBiHlSTIlt fect 4444H every h4 baraar ME ISSLI A safe delivery to your with In fact I could feel that county havo such bad roadB and we stove and iruarantee rail each winter I waworso cant get an overseer appointed I think road station Your local deaUr would charge you IU00 WHEN DOES YOUR SUB- than tho year previous if some of our county officers cau not do for such a stove the freight Is only about 1100 for each MO miles ta wa sata m at laast 1O0O Address Finally it was brouuhtto my notice better they had best not come out for SCRIPTJONTOT1IENEWS 1 8EAR8ROEBUCKCONCCHCAC0ILL that Catarrh was a blood office again allsc Sun Baakatk C art Uanotal rllatU 1 disease aud alter think EXPIRE Wn n y i w n v ii i lug over the matter I smallest things may exert the The saw It was unreasonable tooxpeot to be cured by greatest influence Do Witts Little remedies will ah only reaohed the surface I Early Risers are unt quailed for over Â¬ IKa JMWMKiKSJfif then decided to try coming constipation and liver troubles 4 flk find nf tor a few bottles were used I no ticed a pcrceptlblo Improvement Oontlutrin Small pill best pill safe pill Short k theramedy the disease was forced outot my system and a completo cure was the result Haynes 1 advise all who havo this dreadful dtseaso to abandon their loenl treatment whlchhasnever rsss rvir a done them any Rood and tako 8 S 8 a rem Â¬ uj S BEWLEYVILLE Ijk edy that can reach the disease and curo It H fc To continue tho wrong treatment for Catarrh is to continue to suffer Swifts Thos Cain spent last week in Irving- Â¬ Specifio is ti real blood remedy and ton cures obstinato doep scatcd diseases iawnrnMpi Fl which othor remedies have no effect The Masonic Fraternity Is on the up aW oi 33 55 whatever upon It promptly reaches grade sssV CO Catarrh and novcr fails to curo even the b -Bovin Caiu visited Miss Blanche Jolly most aggravated cases last week Our M8weet Williams have succumbtd A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of to the elemeuts and David Hardaway and Roy Cain were is Purely Vegetable md 1b tho only two welcome visitors Sunday EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT blood remedy guaranteed to contain no isjjssj Miss Annie Payne Is In Hardinsburg dangerous minerals Books mailed freo by Swift Specific yisiting her sister Mrs Sam Pte CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED Company Atlanta Georgia Cal Basham is very Bick of pneumonia Tubes by Mail 76 cents Bottles bo has been 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