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Digital page images are linked to the text file. m THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS ALL THE NEWS THATS FIT TO PRINT VOL XXIII SQUIRREL DENMARK Is Now Owned By CLOVEKPOKT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH ANOEL VISITORS 1 1899 NO 33 ROMANCE IN VALUABLE REAL LIFE A 0 N Lyddan of Irvlngton Breckenridge county owes a debt of gratitude to Q N Llilan ot Irvington 11 ft s a pre greesivu farmer and has just taken a step that will result In great gotd to the horse breedirg Induitryof this section He has purchased the fam ous stallion Squirrel Denmark of W A Dickinson of Trenton Teun Squirrel Denmark 615 Is by IW Squir- Â¬ rel 53 he by Black Squirrel 58 1st dam MIbs Black by Montroie 100 21 dam by Wasnington Denmark 04 His former owner save of him He is 10 bands the finest finished and big Â¬ gest natural styled stud living For a sire of high class fine finished big natural styled five galted saddle horses I never owned his superior I never saw a colt by him that was not a high class natural Btyled and ftve gaited horse The animal is ready for service and horse owners hereabouts are to becon gritulated for the opportunity of secur ing the services of such a high class and royally bred sire He cost a handsome sum of money Â¬ RELICS Cherubs that Have Come to Gladden Homes LET US REMIND YOU That our ads say just exactly what we mean and when upon the ex-Â¬ Â¬ Brother Finds His Long Lost Sister in Cloverport fleets Her After n Separation of Over Twenty Years John H Power a farmer living at Neoabd Mo passed through St Louis Friday en route home from Cloverport Ky where he had been to visit his sis ter whom ho had not Been in twenty two years and of whom he lost all trace twenty years ago siys the St Louis Poet Dispatch He spent an hour in the waiting room at Union Station and whllo there told his story to a rep Back in the seventies said he my folks lived at Joplin Mo Father was in terested in lead mine there My sister Julia and I were the onlf children I got married and so did Julia In 1877 father died tioon afterward Julia went with her husband to live in another town Thats the last I saw ol her until our re- Â¬ cent meeting I moved to Neosho and got a good strip of land and knuckled down to impiove it I wrote to Julia but resolved no reply She was in a small town near Carthage but I could not locate her Nearly twenty years passed and 1 gave up all hope of ever seeing her again About six months ago I received a letter It was from Julia It was six months old and must have passed through a dczn poat r fires In it she said she had been trying to traofe me all the time and wondered why I neyer answerod her letters She was then in Metropolis III but has since moved to Cloveroort My partner died a few months ago and we sold the farm Then as I had tim I went to see Julia Her husband has a fine place and is prosperous but poor Julia has consumption Im afraid I will not see her again rtr CLEAR OUT OF SIGHT Was the Knights of Pythias An nual Banquet There Was Music Merriment and Plenty to Eat The castle hall of the local lodge of the Knights of Pythias was the scene of j y unconfiued last Wednesday night The valiant knights locked up the goat and turned their families and friends loose upon ai liberal a spread and as delicious a banquet as their ap- Â¬ petites could conjure up The viands were temptingly served WASHINGTONS BIRTHDAY and ample justice was done them Rev Joiner made a short and pleasing Appropriately Celebrated by Miss address on the benefits of the organization Shulls Pupils Music was furnished by Morrisons The pnpils of Mim Shulls private string band A most delightful time was school celebrated Washit g ons birthday had with patriotic tXiclst s The pupils PROTESTED told anecdotes wrote compositions and road articles dealing on Washington AllsaShulljuaaot bo too highly oomplU These Communities Dont Want Whiskey mented upon the success and worth of her school She is an ideal teacher The temperance element in tins conn CRIPPLED UP ty is becoming very agresslve Sylvester Oliyer of the Buras neighborhood bad Harry Wagoner Falls and Sustains his application for a tavern license with Injuries the privileg- of selling liquor on the pre- Â¬ mises knocked out by theprotests of 3 6 Henry Wagoner of the Hitoa Run citizens who signed a petition remonstra neighborhood while in the hayloft of ting against grauting it John Cook who his barn one day last week fell through had notices posted stating that he would a rack and sustained injuries that have make application to sell liquor at Custer failed to show up on account of a strong laid him ap for several days petition agtln8t granting same WANTS A COMfUSSION PEACTiTREES KILLED Â¬ - The happiest people in the state are Mr and Mrs Charles O Graham of Captain Hennens Rare Old Duel- Â¬ Preston whoso hearts beat with parental pride when a handsome baby ling Pistols boy who will address them as papa and mamma mado its appearance Feb 24 He Is the Owner of Some Priceless Mr and Mrs Jeff Hook of Hardlnsburg aro rejoicing over tho arrival of a Old Books boy who came February 22 Maybe hell Cap J J Hennen of Hawesvllle is be another George Washington A boy brightens the home of Mr and the owner of a number of rard old relics Mrs James V Clarkson of Big Spring and enrios Among them is a brace of old time dueling pistols These pistols Arrived on the 22d Congratulations to Mr And Mrs Floyd he yalues as a rare possession and would Roberta of Irvington A little babe has not part with them for money Their been given them to make their homes money value is about J200 The pistols were received from his un- Â¬ happy cle James Jenuings and are more than Made One a hundred years old They were made At Toblnspon Sunday night before a in Liverpool by Patrick a famous fire Â¬ large gathering of friends Peter Lush arms manufrcturer of the long ego The was united in marriage to Miss Mabel Worth pistols are of tho flint lock variety and Beavin The ceremony was performed are provided with u double set of locks by Rev Farrell of Hawesvllle in the Capt Hennen says they never fall to Baptist church The young couple are make fire The barrels are Inlaid with very popular and we extend congratula- Â¬ gold and the stocks aro of rosewood tions There is also a rosewood case in which they are kept The balls used are of the same eiz las the old muBket balls and the barrels are of smooth bore Capt Hennen also has a rare library of old and rare books Perhaps the most prized of these is Boyd L Shakespeares work illustrative of the plays of the Two Popular Young Glendeane great English master Tho work is about People Married three feet long and gives the illustrations half life size It Is very valuable for its Worth rarity At the time it was secured by Miss Carrie Owen Is Now firs V C the Hennen family which was about Moorman thirty years ago there wore only four copies of the work in the United States The larger part of Breckenridge coun Catlins Indians is another very valu- Â¬ ty received a genuinely agreeable sur Â¬ able and rare book possessed by Capt prise when it became known that on last Hennen Thursday at the Walnut street Baptist church at Louisville two of Glendeanes THEY ELOPED beet known and most popular young peo- Â¬ ple were made man and wife Hardlnsburg Couple are Married at The contracting parties were W O Moorman and Miss Carrie Owen The Cannelton Rev W B Rutledge performed the cer- Â¬ Branson M Elkins a Bturdy young emony It would take the whole of this paper farmer on Thursday eloped to Cannel ton Ind with Mies Mary Denham a to tell of Bucks good qualities and to handsome young farmer girl who lives enumerate the virtues of the bride We sincerely hope that the largest near Hardlnsburg They were married troubles if this happy couple will be little at that city and returned home the same day There were no parental objections ones to the marriage but the young couple ADDITIONAL LOCAL went to Qretna Green for the trip and the romance of the thing piration of 30 days we refuse to give you the Bargains mentioned now you will regret that you did not take us at our word and save money by selecting a Suit from the following LOT1 LOT 3 448 From 6 to 8 748 Worth From SIO to 12 HAPPY LOT 2 LOT 4 COUPLE 598 From 8 to 1 948 Worth From 0 SI2 to SIB Our 10 per cent discount in Boys Clothing has met with a hearty Come now We still have a fair assortment on hand response while the sizes remain unbroken Â¬ THE PAIR Cloverports Leading One Price Store THE DREAD DISEASE Cerebro Spinal Meningitis May Have Caused Her Death Tke Â¬ Fresh oysters to night at Sippets Heswells for everything pertaining to L D Bishop Has Been Made Track saddelry and harness Heinz Bweet mixed pickles and pre- Â¬ Supervisor serves at City Bakery L D Bishop one of the best track The best bugy on tbo market can be men in Kentucky has been promoted purchased at Haswells and is now supervisor of the Hender-Â¬ Lack of space prevented several com- Â¬ son tracks on the branch j He has been munications from appearing this week a section foreman for ten years He was Have yon examined the buggies dissucceeded as section foreman by J O played at Haswolls They are beauties Sprint ite whose headquarters aro at Irvington To Cure Conatlputlon Forever PROnOTED Â¬ JP You will now seek a good investment for vour savins The best known investment is Improved Kaal Estate Secure your ground and write to Vr Telephone 15 Over The Bewleyvllle Community Very long Distance Uneasy Over a Report Mrs Lem Dent living near Bewley- Â¬ vllle died Friday after an illness of a few days She was fifty years of age and the second wife of Mr I jut Considerable uneasiness has been caused in the Bewleyvllle neighborhood by the report that her death was caused by cerebrospinal meningitis Mrs Dent was a highly respected wo Â¬ man and she is sincerely mourned by a host of friends LUMBER SHINGLES DOORS prices on FOR 494 WILL COMPANY on DZVO C7C LOUISVILLE KY FARMERS ATTENTION IMPORTANT DEAL A Large General Store If C Take Cuscarets Candv Cathartic lOo or 25a C all to cure druggists refund money IN TROUBLE Remember we are always in the lead with lowest prices and have the largest stock of Brash ear Trying to Oct Into Apple Crop May Not be Large Says the Regulars Mr Woolfork to Lloutenant Pete Brashear went Jim Woolfolk of Sulphur Spring says Washington D 0 Tuesday to make an The cold weather not only killed the effort to get a commission in the regular army He took with him letters of rec peach buds but seems to have killed a great many of the trees from their apcommendation from his Lieutenant-Colonpearance He does not think so favor-Â¬ D R Murray of this city ably of the apple prospects as reported Both Reported Better AT SUNNY HAWAII Little Ray Heyaer one of the bright est little girls in the city was brought near to deaths door this week by an at Â¬ BUI Farber Stops on His Way to To make matters tack of peritonitis Manila worse her mother Mrs Foster Heyser has been very sick Dr Owen their According to the Hawaiian Star pub- Â¬ phpalcian says both are b tter lished at Honolulu a cory of which is at this office the Twentieth Infantry on its way to the Phillipines has reached there Bill Farber of this city is a member of this regiment Peter C to Go Up at McDaniels Dr Hart and W T Cannon of McDan- Â¬ iels have purchased the farm belonging to tho McDaniel heirs at that place Mr Cannon is making preparations to erect a largi store house on the corner opposite the blacksmith shop and will put in a large stock of gooda Owensboro Tobacconist Accused of nonkeylng With Weights el Â¬ Bone Broken David Ditto of Long Branch suffered a very painful accident ono day last week while at school in Brandenburg a bone in one of his bands being broken Dr Wells attended him and at present be is doing nicely F E Birk a prominent Owensboro SPINAL MENINGITIS He is ac- Â¬ tobacco buyer is in trouble cused of short weights by a farmer named Franklin His case is being in- Â¬ Has Appeared Among the Horses at vestigated by the Tobacco Deolers AssoBig Spring ciation of Owensboro and he may be expelled An epidemic of spinal meningitis has broken out among the horses at Big A New Store Q A Meador Cloverport is to have a new drugstore Spring Jake Noll and a horse and Wm Brown of It is to be conducted by Dr J L Moor- Â¬ each lost more man and JeBso Owen These gentlemen Nolton lost four animals and two Mattingly building and are sick A Louisville veterinarian who have leased the will open np with a first class stock about examined the horses said the disease was undoubtedly meningitis April 1 BIO CArtP HEETlNQ Â¬ Northern White Oats Northern Black Oats Timothy Red Top Clover and Blue Grass FERTILIZERS A Car Load of Tobacco and Corn Grower Durability is Better Than Show The wealth of the multimillionaires is not equal to good health Riches without health are a curse and yet the rich the middle classes and the poor alike have In Hoods Sarsaparitta a valuable as Â¬ sistant In getting and main Â¬ taining perfect health It never disappoints Three years ago our son a serious case ot scrofula and erysipelas with dreadful sores discharg Â¬ ing and Itching constantly lie could not walk Several physicians did not help for sixteen months Three months treatment with Iloods Sursaparllla made him per fectly well We are glad to tell others of It Mas D vin Lmn Ottawa Kansas dizziness Pel1 i4U YnlHn and prostratloa troubled me for yean neuralgia grew weak and could not Had sleep My age was tgabstt me but Hoods Sarsaparllla cared rm thoroughly My weight Increased from 106 to 143 pounds X am the mother of bhh oklldrw Never felt so well and strong sines I was raarrlod as I do now TWS M A WAVHM loapoft Bf CATTLE SCARCE The Lorg Branch correspondent says I dont suppose Meade county was ever more bare of good stock cattle than at present The bight of a bunch of good cattle would be good for sore eyes They are ready sellers wherever found and at fancy prices Scrofula now eleven bad Wheat Looks Oood Early wheat in this county is showing up splendidly while that which was sow ed late Is in much better condition than was expected It is thought that the heavy snows sayed it Henry Davis has one piece of 40 acres out on the branch that looks fine Â¬ VERY LOW J U Moorman ol this city received atologram from Vine Grove Monday night stating that his sister Mrs Ellen Itobinson Is very low and Is not expect ed to live She is about CO years ol age and Is suffering with a complication of Â¬ dishes The Trutb Clothes make the man If you want a tailor madJ suit at tb price you usually pay for ready made garments call at Suura select tour goods from a large line of samples liava your treasure ta Â¬ ken and get a suit made by the largest tailoring firm n the world FROZEN ON THB ROOSTS Che hovtf Branch correspondent mvsi Daring th cold spoil you could flojl a great Many WM of all klitaV which had ea tbalt root tJrSmiSmjr so fcaeJIo liej thaofhands of seaem oM on aceeent Hb No medicine eyes aaTJwe SgniatttwaiMdHoMls SarMfwrM Msjajagsjeprj IflMjwr better than cure Tutts Liver Pills will not only cure but if taken in time will prevent dyspepsia biliousness nialariai constipation jaundice torpid livsr and kindred diseases flay Be Called Joel Claycomb a highly respected citizen of the Irvington neighborhood is Rev Wilson of Pennsylvania preach- Â¬ seriously ill with Brights diisease He ed two sermons to large congregations at Is a splendid man and is1 greatly loved the Presbyterian church Sunday morn by his neighbors log and night It is possible that he will hi called to this pastorate Deal In Dirt Hous and Tice Jolly purchased 284 BLOOD CURE SENT FREE acres of land from Dunne and Thomas Bheeran The buyors paid 2380 for the A Cure for Blood and Skin Diseases Eozo property which is near Jolly Station mi Pimples Scrofula Blood Poison Cancer Eto Stock Hogs Plentiful If you here triad asrsaparillas patent medlt jStpck hogs are yery plentiful owing to of Guston George H Anderson nd still bate old persistent clncitmnd doctored weighed two ol his finest lambs tost tho price ol corn and the price of hogs eoret pimples distnsiiriK eruptions ol tho skla arms or IK Itching sensation Irritating akin One 12 days old weighed 25 Farmers cant see much n feeding them troubles eczema scrofula nkers contagious blood week aorta mercurial rheumatism catarrh pounds and another H days old weighed for the Spring market Kolson lace covered with little sorea cancer or Any blood telot than fire II 11 B atrial brcause II Who can beat It 24 pounds I n Ilotanlc Wood Hal u Is mads for just a ich catea add It curea to stay cured those stubborn B Hw tW blood diseases that other milder j edicines I all even N nii Bun tie to benefit Allaboenained troubles are evidence Annual Election The annual election of the officers of the Ladles Aid and Missionary societies of the Methodist church will be held at the church next Monday afternoon Business of Importance Is to be trans acted and a full attendance is requested Fenced In the Road It is reported that the new Tar Springs and Balltown road which was opened up last fall has been closed to travel by the construction of a fence across the highway The obstruction Is said to be near the Brlckey place Has Bought Ben Hur E F Carter of Irvlngton has pur Â¬ chased the banso ne stallion Ben Hur frcm his father Irvlngton will Boon be famous as one of tho greatest horse breeding centers in Kentucky Fine Showing Bears tk CASTORIA A H ind You Hare Always Boegkt May Be Held at Hardlnsburg This Summer Â¬ These Were flade One Too A movement is on foot to organize a Flno Johnson and Miss I va Nicholson marriage at Webater last camp meeting at Hardinsbtg this sumwere united in Wednesday They have a host ot friends mer The religious element is much who wish them a long and happy wed interested in the matter and Hardlnsburg being a central point in the county ded life it is believed it can be mado a success Seriously III Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Plows Corn Planters both check rowers and one horse drills Browns and Moline Parallel Steel Beam Cultivators both riding and walking One horse Five Tooth Cultivators One and Two horse Tooth and Disk Harrows McCormick Binders and Mowers and Steel Hay Rakes Stalk Cutters and Sulky Plows In fact Anything in the Implement Line REPAIRS FOR ALL KINDS OF HARVESTING MACHINERY Do not put off what you wish in Repairs Give us your order so when you need the machine it will be ready to go IMPLEMENTS Oliver Chill and of Every Description QUARTER LEATHER TOP BUGGY and a beauty pay you A BEAUTY 5 Other Jobs BUGGIES - 40 frr Surreys Etc Each a bargain Prevention OASTOXIZA Dont full to come and look before buying It will 2Z0BE35t wmij rm Sick Headache m m Cut Wltk An Ax Red Davis a bridge carpenter cut bis foot with an fcx Friday afternoon Dr 81mona dressed the wound which wae quite painful Farmers fc i i of bad diseased blood Iq the body and B UB curea because It forces all the poison or Impurity or blood humors out of the body boots and entire sjs tern To remove aril doubt of Its lwaj to cur we offer to aad to any autferer a sample bottle of 11 B U B 13 It an old wtll trM B absolutely free remedy hence we know that It cuiea o stay cured for the1 ptopo cured by U U II years ago are wll to day and Crca ffou all blood impui lira Tobacco Canvas lc yard and up DICK Cawer Dont deaden your red elm Kaufman manufacturers of HawMvllle buy them If you have any the Qo -- tTlfirTfM aottwi-Mw faa 44 TUTTS Liver PILLS ABSOLUTELY CM hoop ftMthta Cancer ol Nose ip fare ear or nfckeiternel or Internal bincen bleeding eating sores aro all cured by 11 U II the most powerful blonj purl flsr made All dragf Itu sellB B B at si per la gt boilh For trial bottle two stamps la pay potage aud a sample butt e of H M U will be sent by return smU Adders BLOOD HAM CO ji Mitchell St Atlanta Oa- - Deacrbyouc ymcoaa ana free petsoMl nwHcal adlce will bW glrea IrtaJltf EUI rii id ADDISON ADDISON 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where It is printed upon a paper of groat opacity toughness and softness and agreeable tone Tho Bible possesses a Concordance Maps of tho Holy Land and helps in the way of plates showing the money language animals and history of tho Bible This Bible is in Morrocco binding round comers gold edged and patent indexed on the margin CHAWER VIII him Into tho ark becauso of the waÂ¬ CIIHI8T ters of the flood 8 Of clcau beasts and of beast 1 that OW mS fM mtm n are not clean and of fowls and 01 every n MX m an tqut U ptmuMtk U ivm thing that crcepeth upon tho earth rb 0 There went In two and two unto God remembered Noah and n II living thing and all tho EIJM Noah Into the ark the male and the fo- - AND ISaaal Jtnale as God had commanded Noah cattle that vxu with him In the ark i tMiLfyiBBtafcgjsr3PlJOa I of the This This illustration shows the size of typo and tho style of pages is positively the most valuable edition of tho Bible that has ever been printed Nineteenth Century Km Mr The Breckenridge News offers the Teachers Oxford Bibles as a Premium to Subscribers m -- f THESE BIBLES THE Old Ironsides Sell at 250 per volume everywhere in the United States hut the publishers of this paper offer it and a years subscription to THE BRECKENKIDGE NEWS for 25t GIFT OF 100 MADE TO EACH NEW SUBSCRIBER This magnificent offer should not be ignored Send in your subscription to the paper and an order for the Bible right now IT IS THE OPPORTUNITY OF YOUR LIKE BRECKENRIDGE COLTON NEWS though Tom never disclosed them publicly Thoy must have been very hard for he required time to think of them and he was not a man to stick at trifles where money was in view When thev had reached the edge of the swamp the stranger paused What proof have I that you have been telling me the truth said Tom There is my signature said the black man pressing his fiager on Toms forehead So Baying he turned off among the thicke b of the swamp and seemed as Tom said to go down down down into the earth until nothing but his head and shoulders could be seen and so on until be totally disappeared When Tom reached home he found the black print of a finger burnt as it were into his forehead which nothing could obliterate The first news his wife had to tell him waB the sudden death of Absalom Crow nlnsheild the rich buccaneer It was announced in the papers with the usual flourish that a great man had fallen in Israel Tom reccollected the tree which his black friend had just hewn down and which was ready for the burning Let the freebooter roast said Tom who cares He now felt that all he had seen and heard wub no illusion Ho was not prone to let his wife into his confidence but as this was an uneasy secret he willingly shared it with her All her avarice was awakened at the mention of hidden gold and she urged ber husband to comply with the black mans terms and secure what would make them wealthy for life However lorn might have felt disposed to sell himself to the devil he was determined not to do bo to oblige his wife so he flit ly refused out of the mere spirit of con- Â¬ tradiction Many and bitter were the quarrels they had on the subject but the more she talked the more resolute was Tom not to be damned to please her At length she determined to drive the bar gain on her own account and if Bbe suc- Â¬ ceeded to keep all the gam to herself Being of the same fearless temper aa her husbadd she sat off for the old In Â¬ dian fort towards the close of a Summers day She was many hours absent When she came back she was reserved and sullen in ber replies She Bpoke something of a black man whem she had met about twilight hewing at tho root of a tall tree He was sulky however and would not come to terms she was to go again with a propitiatory offering but what It was she forbore to say The next eveniug she again Bat off for the swamp with her apron heavily la den Tom waited and waited for her but in vain midnight came but she did not make her appearance morning oon night returned but still she lid not come Tom now grew uneasy or ber safety especially as he found ahe bad carried off in her apron the silver teapot and spoons and every portable article of value Another night elapsed another morning came but aq wife In a word ahe was never heard of more Tom consoled himself for the loss of his property by the loss of bis wife for bo was a little of a philosopher IU even felt something like gratitude to ward he black woodsman who be conÂ¬ sidered bad done him a kludnesi He acught therefore to cultivate a farther acquaintance wuu mm out lor some time without success the old black leg4 played shy for whatever people pay Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CLOVERPORT think he is not always to be had for calling for he knows how to play hit card when pretty sure of his game By degrees however Tom brought him to business and they began to haggle about the terms on which the former was to have the pirates treasure There was one condition which need not be mentioned being generally under- Â¬ stood in all cases where thelevil grants favors but there were others about which though of less importance he was inflexibly obstinate He insisted that the money found through his means should be employed in his aervice Ho proposed therefore that Tom should elnploy it in the black trafllck Hint is to say that he should fit out a slave ship This however Tom resolutely refused he was bad enough in all conscience but the dovil himsrlf could not tempt him to turn slave dealer Finding Tom bo Equeamish on this point he did not Insist upon it but pro posed instead that he should turn usurer the devil being extremely an- Â¬ xious for the increase of usurers looking upon them as his peculiar people To this no objections were made for it was just to Toms taste You shall open a brokers shop in Boston next month said the black man Ill do it tomorrow if you wish said Tom Walker You Bhall lend money at two per cent a month Egad Ill charge four I replied Tom G TO TuV KY 1 THE MAIN TRUCK OR A LEAP FOR LIFE at anchor lay In the harbor o Mabon A dead calm rested on the bay The waves to Bleep had gone When little Jack the Captains son In gallant hardihood Climbed spar and shroud and there upon The mainmast rose and stood The atmosphere grew thick and hot And of a lurid hue As riveted upon the spot Stood officers and crew The father came on deck he gaspedi Oh God thy will be done l Then suddenly a rifle grasped And aimed it at his son Jump far out boy into the wave Jump or I fire he taid That only chance your life can save Jump jump boy He obeyed 1 ran through eyery vein All eyes were turned on high There stood the boy with dizzy brain Between the sea and sky A shudder 1 No hold had he above below Alone he stood in air To that far height none dared to go No aid could reach him there AVh gazed but not a man could speak With horror all aghast In groups with pallid brow and cheek We watched the quivering mast He sunk he rose he moved He for the ship struck out On board we hailed the lad beloved With many a manly shout His father drew in silent joy Those wet arms round his neck And folded to his heart his boy Then fainted on the deck THE DEVIL AND TOM WALKER 11V WA81I1NQT0N IKVJNC1 k FEW miles from Boston in Massa chusetta there is a deep inlet wind- ing several miles into the interior of the country from Charles Bay and terminating in a thickly wooded swamp or moras On one side of this inlet is a beautiful dark grove on the opposite Hide the land rises abruptly from the waters edge into a high ridge on which grow a few scattered oaks of great age and immense size It was under one of these gigantic trees according to old stories that Kidd the pirate buried his r7f j treasure About the year 1727 just at the time when earthquakes were prevalent in New England and shook many poor sin ners down upon their knees there lived near this place a meagre miserly fellow He had a of tho namo of Tom Walker wife as miserly as himself they were so miserly that they oven conspired to cheat each other Whatever the woman could lay hands on she hid away a hen could not cackle but she was on tne alert to secure tho new lain egg Her husband was continually prying about to detect her secret hoardc and many and fierce wore the conflicts that took place about what ought to have been common prop erty They lived In a forlorn lookintr house that Btood alone and had a look of starvation A few straggling savin trees emblems of sterility grew near It no Â¬ emoke ever curled from Its chimney no traveller ever stopped at Its door One day Tom Walker bal been to a distant part of the neighborhood he took what he took to be a snort cut home Â¬ Like moet ward through the swamp abort cuts It was an 111 chosen route The swamp was thickly grown with great gloomy pines and hemlocks some of thim ninety fet hlgb which made it Jarlt anopn day and a retreat for all the owls oi the neighborhood Tom had long been picking hU way cantiously through this treacherous forest stepping from tuft to tuft of rushes and roots which afforded precarious foot holds among deep sloughs At length he arrived at a piece of firm ground which ran out like a peninsula into the deep bosom of the swamp It had been one of the strongholds of the ndians during their wars with the first colonists Anyone but he would have felt un- Â¬ willing to linger in this lonely melan- Â¬ choly place for the common people had a bad opinion of it from the stories handed down from the time of the In Â¬ dian wars when it was ascertained that the savages had held incantations here and had made sacrifices to the evil spirit Tom Walker however was not a man to be troubled with any fears of the kind He reposed himself for some time on the trunk of a fallen hemlock listening to the boding cry of a tree toad and delving with his walking staff into a mound of black mould at his feet Ashe turned up tho soil unconsciously his staff struck against something hard He raked It out of the vegetable mould and lol a cloven skull with an Indian to ma hawk buried deep in it lay before him The rust on the weapon showed the time that had elapsed since this death blow bad been given It was a dreary memento of tho fierce struggle that had taken place in this last foot hold of the Indian warriors Humph said Tom Walker as he gayo the skull a kick to shake the dirt from It Let that skull alone said a gruff voice Tom lifted up his eyes and beheld a great black man seated directly opposite mm on me stamp oi a ireo IIe scowled for a moment ct Tom with a pair oi great red eyes What are you doing on my grounds 1 1 eaid the black man with a hoarse growl ing voice Your grounds said Tom with a no more your grounds than eneer mine they belong to Deacon Ee body d said the Deacon Fealiody be d stranger as I flitter myself he will be if he does not look more to his own sins and less to his neighbors Look yonder and see how Deacon Peabody is firing Tom looked in tho direction that the stranger pointed and beheld one of the great trees fair and flourishing without but rotten at the core and saw that it had been nearly hewn through so that the first high wind was likely to blow it down On the bark of the tree was scored the name of Deacon Peabody He now looked round and found moot of the tall trees marked with the names of some great mn of the colony and all more or less scared by the axe The one on whluh he had been seated and which had evidently just been hewn down bore the name of Crownlnehield and bore collected a mighty rich man of that name who made a vulgar display of wealth which it was whispered he had acquired by buccaneering Hes just ready for burning said the black man with a growl of triumph You Bee I am likely to have a good stock of firewood for Winter But what right have you said Tom to cut down Daacon Peabody s tim- Â¬ ber The right of prior claim said the This woodland belonged to me other long before one of your white faced race put foot on the soil And pray who are you if I may be so bold said Tom Oh I go by various names I am the Wild Huutsman in bo tne countries and the Black Miner in others In this neighborhood I am known by the name of the Black Woodsman I am he to whom the red men devoted this spot and now and then a roasted white man by way of sweet smellidg sacrifice Since the red men have been exterminated by you white savages I amuse myself by presiding at the persecution of quakers aad anabaptists I am the grand master of the Salem wiches The upshot of all which is that if I mistake not said Tom sturdily that you are ho commonly called Old Scratch The same at your service replied the black man with a half civil nod Such was the opening interview according to the old story though it has almost too familiar an air to be credited One would think that to meet with such a siugular peisonage in this wild lonely place would have shaken any mans nerves but Tom was a hard minded fel Â¬ low not easily daunted and be bad lived so long with a termagant wife that he did not even fear the devil It is said that after thin commence ment they had a long and earnest con versation together aa Tom returned homewards Tho black man told him of great Bums of money which had been burled by Kidd the pirate under the oak trees on the high ridge not far from the morass All these wore under his command and protected by his power bo that none could find them but such aa propitiated his favor Tbeao be offered to place within Tom Walkers reach having conceived an especial klndne for him but they were to be bad only on certain condition What thene condi Â¬ tions were may easily be furtaWd 1 B A ITL put thli ad out and land to iu and U to bi a M IS uvssoat HIBHOR1DB fountain a wo to lVV TaKIIIU UI1E1 ITtal I jou can axtmlne lMl of inaf aooxydepotTOR iUOQVwill H nml auujec t to examination and f you find It It at jour relent too br IUTK lnriioo00 Bieur you arar hi perfectly aatlifactory and the flluJlkST Biwui loDii tt- am on ikibd or our SPECIAL OFFER PRICE 5500 is YOU pa r the railroad asrent soooo DUGGIES AND SURREYS SI650 TO Ona Sollar sontwluioraexv BUILT IN OUR OWN FACTORY IN CHIOAQ6 on honor from tne beat material moner can buy While In our Free Buegr Catalogue we show Top Bnprjea made br o tne exact a at uw to usoatnaoiL ACME QUEEN AT 3066 la the moat rniij aian wvuuofiiu vaiuo aver vueroa u iaiiimiWe maintain JCOTXOOaTBcllI8TBlGflTTU4TCUBIBCUT our own five etory buciry factory for the aole trarnoee of bDilulmrancTiitUlnir a BRTXIt BCGGr TllVS trl CIS BUT ELSEtfllERI te SaTB OCA CDSTOaiRS JUSITACTIRWS KOFlf Every Buasy We Moke Is Guaranteed Five Yoars and They Will out wear Five Ordinary Faotory Rigs OUR Vrf53XrA AOME QUEEN OUR OWN MAKE V7 THE MATUIAIAKD UBOI III OMACME QUEEH ocat More Una aaalle that In the ordinary factory buirry We uae a cuahlon cloth aome dm Mcenti we uaealllO head lining tome nseiOcenti we uae it eat leather aome uae 4 cent i we naetato eolora and TarnUhea aome uae 75 cent MidlLM WB price PAT AXMOST DOTTBXB thevaua moat maker aaa 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ttl WRITE FOR OUR FREE BUQQY Add When you write menllon thia paper CARRIAGE SEARS ROEBUCK AND HARNE8S CATALOGUE CO Inc CHICAGO ILL Walker You shall extort bonds forelose mort- Â¬ gages drive tho merchant to bankrupt- Â¬ cy cried Ill drive him to the d Tom Walker eagerly You aro the usurer for my money l said the black legs with delight When will you want the rhino This very night Done said the devil Done I said Tom Walker So they shook bands and struck a baigiln A few days time saw Tom Walker seated behind his desk in a counting house in Boston His reputation for a ready moneyed man who would Iqnd money out for a good consideration soon Bpread abroad Everybody remembers the days of Governor Belcher when money was particularly scarce It was a time of paper credit The country had been deluged with government b ls the famous Land Bank bad been established there bad been a rage for speculating As usual the fever had subsided the dream bad gone off and the imaginary fortunes with it the patients were let in doleful plight and the whole country resounded with tho consequent cry of 1 1 In this wav he made money hand over nand became a rich and mighty man and exalted his cocked hat upon change As Tom waxed old however be grew thoughtful Having Becured the good things of this world he began to feel anxious about those of the next He thought with regret about tho bargain he had mado with his black friend and set hiB wits to work to cheat him out of tho conditions He became therefore all of a sudden a violent church goer He prayed loudly and Bl Tenuously as if heaven were to be taken by the force of lungs Indeed ono might always tell when he had sinned most during the week by the clamor of his Sunday de- Â¬ votion He even talked of the expediency of reviving the persecution of the quakers and anabaptists In a word Toms z tat became as notorious as his riches Still in spite of all this strenoua atten Â¬ tion to forms Tom had a lurking dread that the devil after all would have his due That he might not be taken una Â¬ wares therefore it is Bald that he always carried a small Bible in his coat pocket He had also a great folio Dible on his counting house desk and would fre Â¬ quently be found reading it when people called on builues on such occasions he would lay his green spectacles on tho book to mark the place while he turned round to drive some usurious bargain Â¬ He stepped out to A black man was holding a black horse which neighed and stamped with impatience Tom youre come for I said the black fellow gruffly Tom shrunk back but too late He bad left his little Bible at tho bottom of his coat pocket and hiB big Bible on the desk bnried under the mortgage he was aboqt to foreclose never was sinner taken more unawares The black roan whlaked blm like a child astride the horse and away he scalloped in the midst of a thunder storm The clerks stuck their pens behind thoir ears and started after him from the windows Away went Tom Walker dashing down the streets his white cap bobbing up and ddwn his morning gown fluttering in the wind and his steed striking fire oiit of the pqvement at eyery ftqnnd When the clerks turnnd to lqok for the lM black man he had disappeared Tom Walker never returned to foro close the mortgage A countryman yf ho lived on the borders of the Bwampy-re-rort- ed that in the height of the thunder gust he bad heard a great cUtferhig of hoofs and a howling along therodaVd that wheq he went to the window ho jnst caught sight of a figure Buch a CI haye described on p horse that galloped like mad acrots tho fields over the bills and down ioto the black hemlookawAmp toward the old Indian for and tTiat shortly after a thunderbolt fell Irv that direction which Beome4 to aet the whole at the street door see who was there e e forcfltJpabae f One hot afternoon in the dog days just aa a terrible black thunder gust was comintt up Tom sat In hla counting house He was on the point of fore Â¬ closing a inorlgBg by which he would complete the ruin of an unlucky land speculator for whom he had professed the greatest friendship The poor land Jibber begged him to grant a few months indulgence Mr family will be ruined and brought ried to Tom Walker upon the parish said the land j ibber Thu Tom was the universal friend of Charity begins at homo rsplied the needy pnd he acted like a friend in Tom I must take care of myself JB need that is to say he always exacted these hard times good security In proportion to the dls You have made so much money o tieat of the anpllcant was the bardnosa oi roe- - aaiu iutj speculator of his terrna He accumulated1 bonds lorn los hie patlonco and h and moftgsges gradually squeejsid hla The devil take me utl I i 7 i CBtora closer and closer j aad sent mim tuaunjngr dry a a apose from b doer them Jllaafc thtkn tliarvi tu4H alA hard times At this propitious time of public dis Â¬ tress did Tom Walker set up as a usurer in Boston His door was Boon thronged by customers The needy and the ad Venturous r the gambling speculator the dreaming land jobber the thriftleae tradoaman the merchant with cracked credit in short every one driven to raise money by desperate sacrifices hur WfiSBBBM ttill van AMITew J LL WJJ Ml tlkMtl H ATT fjund parrto V attlaieelory L iBBBBBBBBBlaBBBBFt IbBBBBBBBBBBViJ nnHnKMH f aBUNIaltBWa j I BttaSLaSkLBBBHalBBr eBBBE5aBBMiBBBm aaal H - traeiu pus laa th W HlfJO at IM JVrl T Ba Waaaaaw aar Mnt Wither dar or MM anatraaacjl e II l KITKiruuiluuuuAlMaaMaea ma WI rwiaaBaaT mPSFMZ JflH nnra nn mitiaM kwvu rkMkaaaaaafeatmttawM We Jen w j 8AUtj h1i fPlTV r WM VIW -- trr FARM AND STOCK Eggs pe soiling aa high aa 30 conta a dozen in Louisville The Record ribtoa Bales of corn In Garrard at 1 25 delivered It Is reported tbrft half of the peach crop of Georgia has boen killed James Parks has engaged a lot of hogs in Garrard at 3o for March delivery ltacord From all over the State comes nowu of the death of many iambs from cold r db j TUT JL IT WAS A REVELATION 1 e FRUIT YIELD UNCERTAIN I ABOUT FALL ARPLIGATIONS A A SMITJIK IN AK1UCAN AORICUITUMftT 1 FARM TOPICS Louisville Live Stock Journal has the following to say of the Farmers Institute held at Irvlngton not long since Without speaking disparagingly of any other meotings I wish to mention especially the meetings at Louisa in Lawronco county in the eastern series and Irvington in the western At Louisa through the efforts of Col Jay II North up and others a veritable county fair was hold in connection with the institute and such iquasbes apples eggs corn hogs turkeys chickens butter etc as wero to bo seen there in midwinter was a treat to behold And by tho way a harvest homo of this kind is to be a f aturo of their organization regularly But this was not tho only way tbey manifested their teal farmers came thirty miles to attend the meeting weather At rvington wo did not have tho fair but my I myi it was a revelation GP Warner of Garrard aold to Dick to tbe experts to bear those people talk about leguminous plants protein nitro- Â¬ Wallls of Gynthlana six small cotton gen etc and tbo people surprised each other as much as tbey did the experts Theythad their lights under tho bushel but tho institute Bet them ou a candlestick males for 200 and now their neighbors aro enlightened by them Tho Lancaster Record notes tbo following sales 45 cattlo wt 550 lba at 3 eta a lot of butcher stuff at 3o and another Criminal Adulteration of Foods at3rto3Jc The superintendent of the Agricultural Department finds in our flour indigesti- Â¬ Sales of 150 barros of corn at 176 850 ble white clay and plaster of paris foreign bread and ground pumpkin in our shocks of fodder at 15c a car load of cat tomato catsup tea dust in our 50 centtea paraflno in our butter and dough coffee t o at 3J and one of hogs at 8c are report- Â¬ beans and pea bulls in our codec If the dough in our coffee has no plaster of ed in Harrodsburg Democrat paris or whito clay in it the adulterated article may not be unwholesome but it is The snow blockade at Washington a cheat Adulteration of foods out not to be tolerated any mora than grand larceny caused eggs to jump from 28 to 50c a and assult to kill It is criminal dozen potatoes from 45 to 85o a bushel and vegetables generally 75 per cont Free Rural Mail Delivery The success of free delivery of mails in tho rural districts has been so great that Tho Danville Advocate notes the sales of 22 mules 15 J to 10 hands high at 00 the postofllce appropriation bill for the coming year provides 300000 for extend- Â¬ per head The Advocate also cays that ing tills free delivery servico in country districts This is double the amount half the Iamb crop of Boyle county In is allowed last year but what a pittance it is compared to the necessities of the case Uoiigrei s spends millions on the navy and other thingi of questionable benefit to death during the cold spell quite overlooking these concerns of such direct importance to our own people One State Commissioner of Agriculture great troublo is that tbe railroads and the express companies are rather opposed to Moore says the pencil crop has been de- Â¬ servicp Wo believe that 10000000 a year BDent stroyed together with early apples and improvement in the rural mail in muro frequent malls and free delivery and collection in country districts would cherries Wheat has been Injured whore within two years be more thau reimbursed by the increased receipts dne to the en- Â¬ the snow has been blown from it larged use of tbe mails that would follow such facilities If you want the mail col- Â¬ Burnt clay is good for chickens It is lected and distributed to the people served by your rural postoffice write yonr con- Â¬ hard to find a better set of teeth for owls gressman at Wnhlugton and be will tell you just howto get it than the dishes whi h the hired girl breaks pounded or cracked into small Ration for Breeding Ewes pieces The harder the china the sharp Â¬ will be the pieces Th re is probably no feed much better for breeding ewes before lambing time er and better good clean clover hay with an occasional feed of good corn fodder After John Harris is a good shepherd Al Â¬ than lambing small potatoes or roots ol any kind add greatly to the value of the ration though he lost 114 lambs by the cold ho had 240 of them to come while the mer- Â¬ Care should be taken not to feed roots to soon after lambing and never before as cury was from 10 to 20 below zero He they may in connection with clover hay induce too great a flow of milk and cause Timothy bay should not bo fed and corn and oats now has 171 ewes with 100 living lambs trouble in this direction whether whole or ground together is preferable to corn alone Corn is too fattening and only twenty ewes without lamb and does not contain enough protein Oats wheat bran barley and cottonseed or Farmers in some parts of Pennsylvania linBeed meal fed in small amounts will balance the rations up but all should be have been victimized in a new way fed carefully and sparingly until alter lambing time Pa Board of Agr Agents secured permission to tack up pill signs then got the farmer to sign an Potatoes for Ouba agreement not to tear down the sign for Owing to the anticipation of an increased demand for the markets of Cuba and OOdays These agreements turned up Porto Rico N Y dealers with export connections are urging L I and Jersey as 90 day notes growers to Increase their acreage It is reported that one or more commission con Â¬ Few farmers have commenced to prepare land for the next tobacco crop and corns have contracted entire crops guaranteeing a price at least 60c per bu Little very little plant land has been burned business of tbie kind can be expected however so long as the size of the potato yet Now that tbe cold weather has crop is bo uncertain Dealers will be very slow to guarantee a price several months passed there will be a general burning of ahead of the harvest period The important thing is the possibility of an ontlet beds all oyer the tobacco district during for some of our surplus stock the balance of the month Frozen Comes Prom all reports Ike Garry has the best educated horse in this neck-- of the If poultry quarters are not warm and comfortable do not keep the Bingle woods One night recently while on a comb varieties But on the other hand few cold weather eggs will be obtained fox hunt the horse discovered an opos from a house that is cold enough to freeze combs Anoint frozen combs with gly- Â¬ sup in a small tree by tbe roadside cerin when it stopped euddpnly and made a point at the possum attracting tho To Prevent Vermin riders attention to it Mr Curry cajled In hens nest while sitting place a piece of tarred building paper in the box Dr Grady and the latter named gentle before making tbe nest The chaff or other material makes a nest satisfactory to man got down and caught it Columbia I he hen and the evaporating tar wards off the vermin Â¬ I F JOHNSON tho famous horticulturlBt writing from Fern Creek to tho Conditions Somewhat Like Those of 1884 But Ono Other Casein Sixty Years II V lllltemmeycr In Danville AdroMte Lkxinoton Ky Feb 10 To Judgo of the future by tho past is entirely fair and 1 know of no better way to deter Â¬ mine tho measuro of injury inflicted by the recent intense- cold than by comparison of conditions now and in January Â¬ 1884 In that year tho loss of tho peach crop there were Borne cherries and plums a full crop of apples and grapes and pears in modern abundance The raspberries were considerably injured and blackberries nearly a total loss Cur- Â¬ rants and gooseberries are entirely hardy and strawborries then as now were in no ways injured It was however five years before we knew absolutely what was lost Tho pignut hickory disap peared from our woodlands the pawpaw froze to tho ground and many an ash and walnut holds aloft a deadened top by reason of tho cold of that fearful Sat- Â¬ urday morning was total Â¬ I take it that it will be now as it then was July and August 1883 were both dry the latter month very hot and dry Then came fall rains after which tbe season was about as now It was very warm tbe last days of December 1883 with two rains previous to tho snow of the 4th of January In theso two facts is some hope that the present loses will not bo so serious as then The completion of terminal growth and the ripening of buds at midsummer followed by weather inducing further growth of course impaired the resistive uess of all such tissues Then the rains just preceding the intense cold also rendered tho buds more liable to injury To what extent these trivial circumstances will alter sequences can not of course be determined Only twocatastrophes have overtaken the Kentucky fruitgrower in the past sixty years and as tbe effect of only ono of these is known to us the data on which comparison and analogy rest is Â¬ meagro But we will venture tho opinion that when another autumn shall have come that bounties in full measure will have gladdened tbe year Weak Eyes Are Made Strong dim vision made clear styes removed and granulated lids or sore eyes of any kind speedily and effectually cured by tbe uao of Sutherlands Eagle Uye Salve Its put up in tubes and sold on a guarantee by all good druggists Wrettewlth Ton whether yon oontinqe the epecwior uvi frutiUBWUQllOHJUI1hlJAI iviuuivi uigunin I or IQDfcCCO v aTleeeeeSvua uvi t vua uiiuwi VI PCI E m imi puruifli fcuo QlOp- a -- ea m I m- tWLHorn loit tnuihoei baxel i miies too iironff Id 400000 nvrrv iu Ilur FM IHAmi secured from mna pocxet AC voac erv bv vnnp nmrn ilniirifllt h fnH Valr Itwtth llntllh WllnAtlntlr tMiraltjintlv nn bOXtl IMUlIlT CM MI IbOXMM M teed Co care or we ref and money wmJBS licql ttffwi uV nii wriM - Tmmtn vi miiniMiiiPiimiimKt - Hog cholera in Indiana according to a reoently issued bulletin of SEE your correspondents do not agroo in regard to tho time to apply manure I Big Loss the Purdee university exper- Â¬ have tried applying in the late fall or In winter and never lias the result been destroyed iment station satisfactory In one instance I put tho manure on about the first of Decomber nearly one million hogs during the last The ground was quite level except at one end and there I did not put the ma Â¬ epidemic The ravages aro diminishing nure until soring I manured at tho rate of nbout 10 cords per acre 1 spread the somowhat at present manure as far as it would cover tbe piece On ono side a strip of about two rods was left unmannrod In tbe spring as soon as I could I manured the end which Germany takes from this country nearly 1000000 worth of corn was quite sloping and the two rods on one side which was a very little higher than annually nearly the wuole where I spread the manuro in the fall and then planted the piece in potatoes Consumes of which is used as food Where manure was spread in December there was a poor crop of potatoes whore Our Corn for cattle and hogs Their put ou immediately before planting a most excellent crop resulted The land was seeded down next year Where manured in December a good crop of grass could agricultural education and economical habits enables them to pay freight and not bo obtained Not satisfied with the experiment I tried another putting on tho manure on a charges on the corn we raise and feed it narrow strip in February The remainder of the field waB fertilized in the spring at a profit at home Hero is food for The ground was quite level Although the result was not bo marked in this case thought an well as for hogs it was bo plain that nil who saw the field of potatoes asked what made that particu- Â¬ The farmers of tho country have been lar strip look so poor I have tried several other times and always witli results very the largest beneficiaries of strongly in favor of manuring plowing and planting as nearly together as possible Benefitted tho export trade of tho year I liayo reached tbo conclusion that I had better pay double the wages for team and Farmers just ended More than man and put the manure on as near theltime of planting as you can than to put it 150000000 of the yearB ex- Â¬ on in the month of December or February port were the products of tbe farm A certain agricultural editor is a strong advocate of putting on manure any Breadstuff cotton provisions live ani Â¬ spare day yet I undeastand when asked as to tbe best timo to topdress gross land mals tobacco and fruit supplies tho he will say in the early autumn when there are likely to bo rains and the grass great bulk of their product which went roots then growing vigorously will take up the plant food prepared by the rain abroad during the year breadstufls be- Â¬ Now if grass will immediately begin to use foodfwhen placed whero it can get it bo ing the largest in value cotton second will most other plants They should got their food as nearly the time of using as provisions third animals fourth and to- Â¬ possible This agricultural oditor however says plow in immediately after spread bacco fifth ing upon the land This I havo not done but another year will try this experio o o ment T W L Van Meter and T O Robin- Â¬ son aio trying an expor Perhaps it is tbe cause of the character of my soil that I have theso results It is however like many other farms ono fieldjwas reasonably moist with a hard pun Arc Qolng to ment that promises to be a successful one They nbout two feet down It contained a reasonable amount of clay All the other Experiment purchased in Cincinnati pieces were high and dry upland but land liablo to form a crust Now I am pleas Â¬ ed to find we do not agree How many will try to prove that they are right and 1700 green bams and will cure them in tho manner which iias made tbe Blue the others wrong by trying a careful experiment next year and reporting Grass country bams so famous and will then put tbem on the market as country hams As these hams come less than 7 cents per Dound delivered and country Why Herefords Are So Popular hams bring 15 cents or more when cured A A nBRnVIOWA IN AMERICAN AGRICULTURIST the possibilities of the scheme are great Winchester Democrat That Herefords aro the most popular breed of cattle there is no question as Bales for the past two years have clearly proved That they are cattle that demand best price demand makes the prices and price denoteB the popularity While no The visible supply of wheat in the United States is only 28 phenomenal or boom prices have been paid good living and prolitable prices have of the later sales have been up to the standard esoecially the Supply of 213000 bushels and of this been the rule Some Wheat it is said that less than 15 large Cross sale at Emporia Kan which it was feared would bo a sacrifice We look per cent will grade con- Â¬ for fully as good prices in tho spring sales if not better than those of last fall tract wheat in any of the leading mar- Â¬ Why aro herefords in such good demand Their merits are recognized by the kets Of a total stock of 1211054 bush- Â¬ feeders and range men That they are the best cattle for the range there is no els of wheat in the St Louis public eledoubt and that they are the best feeders is easily proved by the fact that those who vators only 104530 bushels are No 2 red feed will pay more for them than any other breed of cattle and wo are indebted or contract wheat Reserves of wheat in largely to tbe ranga men for the popularity of the Herefords as the have been tak- Â¬ the United Kingdom are smaller than ing all the males that could be raised and at good prices With cattle selling at they have been at this season of the vear such remunerative prices the range men have said that nothing was too good for for a number of years post and the pur- Â¬ them to breed from and they have been liberal and free buyers some topping chases of Europe continue quite heavy prices at sales and buying what suited them regardless of prices There 1b no doubt that Herefords have tho merit and merit wins Tnoy are so j If an animal gets cut on a barb wire ap- Â¬ uniform in size quality and color attaining a good size and weight and they are ply carbolic acid diluted all fine quality with markings and color uniform A drove of Hereford cattle aro a Treatment with enough water so it very pretty Bight with their clean white faces briskets and legs and red bodies all For Cuts turns tho ilesh a milky alike as nearly as possible They are the most gentle and easily handled cattle whito at first then gradu Â¬ Sojie who have never handled them will smile at this assertion but we know it to ally weaken the solution It will heal be a fact not only by our own experience but it is the experienca of others and quite fast If a chicken gets scabs and tho verdict of everyone who has handled Herefords To bo sure their long horns sores on comb and wpttlea and in the cause one to think they would bo dangerous and some objeci on account of them eyes open tbe sores take the yellow lumps of canker out of the eyes with a but this is foolish as they can easily be removed either when grown or wiien stick and apply carbolic acid and water calves We have bred and handled Herefords for the past 12 years have visited a equal parts it will not hurt the eyes but great many herds of pure bred Herefords and neyer saw but one unruly Hereford will cure in one or two applications If a teats break out in blisters and then and he was a cross male We have had big fellows six to eight years old weighing cows very ugly raw sores form apply carbolic 2000 lbs or better that were bo gentle that boys 10 years old would ride on their acid and water three parts of the latter They very readily respond to kind treatment and be to one of the former at first then as backs around the pasture healing begins weaken the solution It come great pets will cure I 000 000 Â¬ Â¬ 000 Â¬ 000 NO MERRY 200 JEST GtOTIIII IS TO THE MAN WHAT CUTTING IS TO THE DIAMOND WE ARE SELLING SHIRTS FOR T - I if Iil iJi f 1 1 u ijCi M 1 The man in rags may be aa good as ono in broadcloth but somehow the world does not think so Ho is the rough diamond of humanity while his loss deserving but bettor dressed neighbor like a cut diamond is appreciated and admired BASKBTT 82 it OUR fMlH II If Ml 1 COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF I 5 11 J lfc and 7 SUITS nrthnU - i ItJmn - 4 i ii i i f I 1 Are Wonderful Bargains v mil t- v a i t tn uli 1 JIititl IHVl I H IK Ji ll A t J ii ti i- i j 3 1 w ln ni riHvfy itiiui HH trfi K wi OVERCOATS At your own price ONE LOT rr - u - art i lul tt -- ni-- v Eg ir f li M 1 iio it V fi Sttjek Wbflt Lst Long GWds East reB 11 I UiJ if ODD VESTS Fine Goods your choice J jg ill ii 111 Hull l - irt i 4d lit It literal m4 41 -- f h 04 fiit Rj i l- - ii v- - f fn i Wo have a largd line of i 50C - j J 0i BASKETT GOAL is a superb fuel for use in flouring g H mills tobaooo factories saw mills and manufacturing plants g SPECIAL PRICES IN CARLOAD LOTS Address oom-- I if j munications to pH g kt ij t I ikui ti UMI t tii i Jiit 1 tKii fit i9ir ViHitw ttiiJ ti h - a which ydu can buy now at wit H In vt jtr1 rtio tdt i mui f fiuv l rl iMivm tiui ilii hi ftii I1N irof il iiotii 1TI1I1 half ptico I il i iiiii itr I ii v IS m Sr K Vi rr 1 1 iH II Rl M FT i 1 ff V - a I 11 I luiiMOn t t I 9 JCeri s I jeans l t PW ft 4WtlTl Jtl IrtlM i7oiH iiio U ll VBItWlir0j U tfnatriifi WM mt iOit r j Tim 81 nnVlrwllAnlv JPants ni at iltWxi J i n--- 4 fJn m rmrvfrTFto-nA-brf1 t f y a v t i ZSOi iti id l ju ijt jWp 111 H I 11 M 1 HI Hi Ii HIT II I III III II II 1 1 II m I ill pB ppB pHH pH pflpfl pH A Hl JM IH Bel r 1 -- ii 1 i it o u MwVn fHV r ij r -- i ttv riii mei unmiini -- TOilrft o I - mi lift 1 11 11 n wwm u BASKETT KY fleVflfl PJPJ 1111 Mil be II II mm bc 11 iv 11 II Pjl II II flu II TT IBpfl iiii fill u II II T fl I mWM iiii ii UUii Ml M MeBeK nil llll iiii 1111 M WM I I 11 M S WV w k K K P9 mmu s El una TLrflnHanlMircr Vxr fwe o4 i i phi y 1 TOwOTaffTTtT spWUrr 1TTttamt V yiitlllllMIllllleliyillllWllilIIMIBIillliWllillMIeBeteWWiJIeWBIIll I g pfcwPllfppFwppPi sjisjisy-srA-- v -- v - -- r - TTr - r - - - w- k THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS JNO D AND V Q BABBAGE Editors and Proprietors WEDNESDAY MARCII 1 weather Its a wise prophet that knows hia own l iriiMiiilHiininimiiiiMniMimilw4iiiiwiiHmHiTiiiif Ur in Boston they call Bad Bad AlrBeoII good ToWn X Topic tlS UNCLE ALECKS PHILOSOPHY Si urrenf Topics BY J iH8 HATTIK OMNNBUi HiMwtWMmWHimfltwiitHiirHflilliliMMttMwtiiiltiimttilitiiitiiiimitrnitiMw 1899 Likb the Indian the only seems a dead Filipino Filipino EIGHT RAGES Is it possible that that bal beef crawl- Â¬ ed into the army commissary Â¬ MASS CONVENTION Tux latest trouble with the adminisBy order of tho Democratic Corairritteo of tho First Railroad Dis Â¬ tration is too much Johnson trict of Kentucky a Mass Convention of the Democrats of Brcckonridgo Gomels boom seems to havo conCounty is hereby called to meet in tho Court Houho at Hardinsburg traded corebro spinal meningitis Ky Saturday March 4th 1809 at Ono Oclock P M for tho purposo of selecting delegates to tho District Convention which meets at Hop That Dewey is a full admiral la no re-Â¬ Wednesday March 8 1899 to nominato a candidate for flection upon his reputation for sobriety kinsville Railroad Commissioner in this tho First RailroadDistrict of Kentucky A lktthr addressed to Lonelyvllle All Democrats are urgod to be presontand take part in this con- Â¬ - Pile on do Black MnnB burden day They stopped to gossip as wo Â¬ Ktunt make it too bloss yo heavy men will bouI Did you know that Mrs Mr Whito Smith has bought a fine new umbrella Pleaflo Man mako it lady of tho othor staud inquired one A groat big load ob coal I did ropllod the other and I hear bIio makes Mr Smith leave his umbrella on the kitchen porch to drain off A GIANT seven feot five inches in height was In town ono day list week His name He was selling was Powell Hammer brand ol the Arm Boda to the local grocers Powell hails from tho grand old state of Texas and so does Ed Good- Â¬ night When Powell and Goodnight get to gether they represent the long and tho short of it Mng Severs was inclined to institute comparisons between tho two at the de pot the other day and asked Goodnight how it was that tho state produced such physical contrasts Because said Ed nature never makes mistakes Powell was born In the part of the Lone Star where it rains most all of lie time while I was born in the droughty section where the growth is scared out of people by tho cyclones TWO Cow Heel ladles met on Hillroad street the other There a e recessos in the nature pf very person Into which no eye ever k swirlI a EX - penetrans t t AiMmnfl WVUIHIBJI No doubt the St Louis Exposition wll bo held In 1803 as was stated in my Ourent Topics of last issue W vention J Whitwoiitii Chairman Democratic County Committee Ky promptly reached its destination Hawesvllle It has Bnowed again for a rarity There Hits my observashum dat de bread ob wore suows predicted for the winter Surely more than Who has kept tally idleness is a loaf thirty Nebber play pranks wif yo wife yo Meningitis is still getting in its deadly mule or yo raszir Member dls in de work In many of our cities and towns order menshund I have heard of no cases in this part of If dls scarcity of alga keops up It will tho State XXX i Every cough makes vntir ihrnnt more TaW and irritable Every I cough congests the lining membrane of your lungs Ceasetearlng your throat and lungs in this way Put the parts at rest ond give them a chance to heal You will need some help to do this and you will find it in i XXX to pass that a laying hen much of a bonanza as a Klondike gold mine is as It has come WHERE THE NATIONS MONEY GOES Chaibman Cannon of the appropriations committee when ho Bounded a note of warning frankly stating that the nation was recklessly running Into debt knew whereof he spoke A glance at the appropriation bllla which have been pending in congress bIiowb the following Urgent deficiency appropriation bill passed both houses and became law January 5 last 70129032 pension appropriation bill 145231830 poetoflke appropriation bill f 105471738 District of Columbia 7251 05 iliplomatic 1710633 Indian 740304 legislative executive andJjudicial 3717522 urgent deficiency 31000 military academy 123400097 agricultural 601817 river and harbor 30310187 sundry civil 42028101 payment to Spain 20000000 army 79334372 naval 45000000 three new battleships and nine 35000000 fortifications estimated cruisers deferred payments 12500000 deficiencies 35000000 public building 12000000 making a total of 077160J18 Other bills some of which are likely to pass are Nicaragua canal 115000000 Cuban claims 26000000 Hanna Payne subsidy estimated obligation in twenty year period 07000000 Pacific cable to Phillplnes estimated 25000000 naval personnel 2500000 making a grand total of 224500000 These bills mean not only a huge deficiency for this year but a continuance of all the present internal revenue taxes for an indefinite period also other new forms of extracting money from the people GOOD ADVICE be hoped it gees on a tear If the Ohio gets full this spring It is to will bo arrested boforo it bo sz dangerous fer a nigger to steal a X X X chicken Pi it la fer a thief to bteal bosses The unconverted who are postponing out west signing tho protocol of peace to their souls salvation may never bavo an ac In mosoyin aroun In dls world Ive cepted time again noticed dat dere are people who dont t X X tell all dey knows and dat dont know It h tho dally life that makes ui have all dey bills Â¬ confidence professions of Goln ter do church aldBoclety meetln may nbt make a woman giod but It keeps her Turn beln talked eruout by dose present Aycrs Cherry pectoral From the first dose the quiet ond rest begin the t ck ine in ine unum ceases the spasm weakT ens the cough disap- Â¬ pears Do not wait for pneumonia and con- Â¬ sumption but cut short your cold without delay Dr Ayers Cherry Pec- Â¬ toral Plaster should be over the lungs of every per- Â¬ son troubled with a cough Unuaul opporttinlUes and long ex for perience eminently qualify Write you advice flTln all the medical particulars In yonrcaie Tell ui what your been with our Cherry leetoralTfou will receive a prompt reply without in ones Chris tianity His or her walk day by day month in and year out not spasmodic X X X Tiiksb are days when the weather clerk seems engaged in a desperate effort to raise the wind According to the reports of different fruit experts in this section peach buds have more lives than a cat Ten to one the motion to indict the Standard Oil Trust secretary for con- Â¬ tempt of court will be tabled A man was indicted in this county for working on Sunday and strange to say he was not working the people IN RHYME Providence Ky is to have a big brick plant Olnyerport has had three The planting took place some years ago When the Mormons object to Roberts the Utah Congressman with three wives his case must be pretty tough Tub Laruo Couuty Herald says there probably moaning is money in dogs that the sausage industry is profitable The Stepbensport correspondent of the News grasps the situation and gives the following adyice to merchants You merchants who have goods to sell With no money to lose Why dont you write a showy ad And send it to the News In this fast aga tis plain to see To not be left behind We have to let old time views go Whoop up and fall in line So dont Bit down and cry Hard times But let mo uow advise To let old fouyism go Cheer up and advertise SOME year8 ago when the free schools were being first estab Hshed In this vi cinity a well known cltisen took steps that resulted in tbe location of a school at Holts Tho patrons seemed interested and even enthusiastic for a time but one day the teacher was surprised by a visitor who proved to be the father of almost a a fifth of tho pupils He was a very il literate man and seemed highly indig Â¬ AJPlJL A nice And now whero is Lookout little correspondent from there writes of Hits a good rule In life nebber ter do my column in a kind manner Does be anythlrg dat your consbunco will or she know me I always feel an un- Â¬ reproach you for Hire somn udder usual Interest in tbe ambitious young X X X feller ter do it Walt Whitman and his Leaves of Grass have no connection with Spain or Spanish year of which I am aware I WITH THE thought I made that plain by preface However I may not havo been lucid PENCIL PUSHERS J J X X X The Hoes Editor of ths Esrltngton Bee needs the services of a veterinarian His punning is really an affliction During the war V Â¬ In the littlo Philistine a periodical of protest I find it has the inuependence to spell words like they sound for instance fyseek ad fyaikally karacter enuf Would you call it drest Write to the Doctor nant Hawbsvillb is so slow that tbe song Walt till the clouds roll by in vogue twenty years ago has just reached there The Mt Vernon Signal Bays Dont send any more sticks to the legislature What kind of legislative timber does the Signal want anyhow Ive done come after my children he exclaimed said the teacher Whv Mr B mildly does not the instruction anit you roared Mr B I to send my children to a school where they spell taters with a p Noitdontl aint a goin Thats the ticket cure for hard times Cheer up and advertise It is the surest quickest and best 1 BILL SMART was look- ing over tbe papers the oth- Â¬ er day and he read a catch Mits Hattik B Gbinnkll in her Current Topics we fear allows her enthusiline in a patent medicine asm to get tho better of her judgment She wants Uncle Sam to increase his army A dispatch from Indianapolis says advertisement which said to the standards set by France and Germany Mm Grinnell do you know that that a national Skat tournament is being Know ThyBelf Bill re- Â¬ every citizpn of France and Germany carries a soldier on his back In other held there The cats must be having a marked to Frank Payne words each civilian must support a parasite in the shape of a soldier hurt the tax hot time in that old town Thats a pretty good precept is burdensome Uncle Sam does not need a large army An army of one hun- Â¬ In- Â¬ Whats a pretty good precept dred thousand men would make a respectable polico force for the territory we have If tub lay of the hen was In propor- Â¬ at home and abroad Wo know that you do not favor militarism and that you tion to the lay of the Soring poet the quired Frank Know thyself said Bill leaped before you looked In expressing your opinion on this subject Its so poor people as well as Rockefeller could It would be lor Charley Martin said isnt It 7 afford to eat eggs on Easter day SHES ALL RIGHT Â¬ And now the anti expansionists would have us believe that the incendiary fires How Alokh is regarded in the national capitol is illustrated by the followb g started by the insurgents in Manila were story which cannot be traced to its fountain head and its authenticity therefore lighted with the torch of liberty cannot be positively established but it is being told all over Washington Representative Lacy of Iowa who is a living counterpart of Secretary Alger The Louisville Times In its fashion was seated at his desk In the House perusing his mail when 8peaker Reed came notes says that ladies dresses will be plodding heayily down the aisle Stopping at Laceys desk he rubbed his hands worn no longer Anthony Comstock through the Iowa mans straggling hair and said cynically will shudder at the bare possibility of the Lacey you look so much like Alger you should be whitewashed SHOULD RE WHITEWASHED Frank Hows that inquired Bill Â¬ Hed have such a large acquaintance said Prank A Holland con- volapuk T T tracted the habit of setting the editorials Boston stems to be no longer tho of the Eminence Constitutionalist in literary centre of the effete and stud horse type He does not seem to chief dreamy east Now the artistic and liter- Â¬ know that the war is over ary sun has arisen in East Aurora N Y The Ptiilistine is published there and Owen Rice and Orien L Roark are tbe The Erie County Clarion See editors of the Record Greenvilles new X X paper It is a clean handsome journal Wouldnt we all love to hear the Rev ably edited and filled with spicy locals Dr John Watson Ian MecLaren when It bears the brand of success be lectures in Louisville March 18th The distinguished author of Beside the David Duncan is certainly making the Bonnie Briar Bush and Auld Lang Meade County Messenger a beauty Each Syne is a favorite with all Kantuklans week It looks as though it has reached who have read these delightful works X 4 t the limit of typographical perfection but Ob my soul I Here is the gum shoe the succeeding week finds more Improve- Â¬ And Statesman back from Guatemala ment they do say be may run for Governor im- Â¬ One of the most prosperous papers in of Kentucky Mr Hunter is not pecunious to start on and then you know the State is John J Berrys Uniontown if Telegram It has a fine circulation and politics can bo inconsistent even D is lioerally patronized by tho merchants women are not in it and Hon Geo John is a young man but is a top notcher T dd is Only Xthis and nothing more X X in his profession Yes sir even as predicted by posted Editor Jbhu Johnson of the Bedford onec tho hens have even formed an egg trust during the recent blizzards you Ind Democrat says The fruit bids fair to run up to A citizen of our city remarks that the know those of 1803 poorer classes of citizens have extremely figures approximating bad colds the middle class have influenza Butter on tho contrary ia low you can and the upper tens the la grippe look in a cows face meek submissive trusts and Bee she doesnt favor- P8 J t read them or see them we recognize the authors as areat weavers of romance If coming events really casts their shadow before a cursory study ot tbe musical horoscope in 1899 In our own Kentucky metropolis reveals a vtata of musical performances Boper eminert Louisville is a ronsinz from her lethararv and is ripe for a fruitful art life at last phe is pressing toward a goal she should hare reached long ago and yet she must display more heart and soul along with A Southern her commercial bump city situated as Louisville should play the same role as her prototype else- where 1 I have a long and XXXinterestintr very let- - CHARLES MAY besides be- Â¬ ing a member of most every se- Â¬ cret order under the sun Is a big hearted sociable man A day or two ago he called on a neighbor and as be was about thing to go he picked up the neigh bors chid in his arms and said Lum Simons resignation as Louisville LET US HUSTLE Little chap what aro you going to be agent for the Barber asphalt monopoly when you grow up to be a man 7 Sikino is coming It is the time for action After resting during the winter reminds us of the ostrich that seeks to Notbln replied the little chap season we feel like getting out and hustling Here are some of the things we shoul I hide itself by concealing its bead in the accomplish during the coming summer Im a girl sand Install a waterworks system Improve the city streets and walks Put the town in a good sanitary condition Improve the jhways leading into town in order to extend our trade territory Let us get a move on ourselves and accomplish these mints VANISHING FORESTS The publication of the Stanford Interior Journal was suspended last week on account of a case of small pox being in tbe building in which it Is printed The Journal la so good a paper that be ing deprived of an Issue is almost as bad as having the small pox Heber Matthews tf the Hartford Herald breaks into rhyme with the fol lowing results The honey bee has a gauzy wine And the bumble bee is game The political bee has no wings at all Bat he gets there just the same Â¬ Â¬ ii XT A H Â¬ At a baseball game at Santiago de Cuba the other day the Americans beat the Cubana 10 to 1 Evidently the mon- Â¬ ey devil had nothicg to do with the score cutting the available timber lands of the United States will have been substatially exhausted within the next thirty years According to the Northwestern Lumberman the annual cutting of pine in this country alone is estimated to be 7500000 feet Denudation of forests results in tremendous Hoods and prolonged drouths Centuries ago tho Bpanlsh forests were destroyed and the country has never recovered Irom their loss of Exibrts state that at the current rate WHY THE NORTH IS FREE FROM LYNCHING Fkosi Waterbury Vermont comes the report that an attempted lynching failed there because the mob lacked the nerve to back up Its leader Tide explains why Judge Lynchs court is peculiarly a Scut h western Institution The spirit of Judge Lynch without his courage exists in the North In the South and West however the mob has too much self respect to allow itself to degenerate intoanuny bluff The freedom of Now England from mob violence it seems is merely a matter of personal courage AS DEWEY VIEWS IT George Dkwky who is now an Admiral of the Navy says he has no hankering after political husks The Bea is hia trade and he intends to follow it He would than sit In tho presidents chair rather tread the quarter deck of a If Dewey must pay the penalties of greatness it is evidently his Intention to make them as light and agreeable as possible man-of-war SPEAKING ABOUT LOADS It is said that Mark Hanna thinks that Alger is too great a load for the admin Mark is the first to accuse Alger of being a heavy weight By istration to carry the way when did Marcus Aureliua Join the feather weight cUtsT The common people of the country are of tho opinion that be is a pretty larire white mans burden himself Â¬ KEEP AGITATING Goon roads make better cltixens They promote wealth and prosperity They promote sociability and good fellowship They make up todate communities They are the fots of provincialism and moao backlsm Investments n good roads are the height of good judgment Agitate tho good roads question TO IMPRESS THE NATIVES fixaxRABr Lojki says that Admiral Dewey wants the battleship Oregon in Phllllpfne waters to Impress the natives A few shells from the thlrteen Inch guns of that bull dog of the sea would make a forcible Impression upon tho Phllll pines and would give them a rolid idea of American strength GERMANY HAS NO JNTENTfONS Pbjbs reports say that Germany bas no intentions regarding the Phllllplnes Germany is wise Intentions on her part regarding the Phllllplnes would ba dan gerens pwpwtr Geofge Dewey Is on guard and Trespass sign is pp X hint BUljrfiohsasollara should bs lujBclaaL tboo Tins popularity is killing me said General Gomez the idol of Cuba who is could enjoy being kissed by tbe populace of Havana Henry concurred with blm and said tie should put Hobson on as bis sub and John it bas always been my ambition take a lay off to own a small carefully selected libra- Â¬ ry The stockholders of the Dispatch are What books would you fill it with like the man who yoked himself up with Henry asked Mr Shouse a fleet footed calf A bank book and a check book They are very anxious for the courts to appoint a re-Â¬ answered Henry ceivership to head us off A LADY stepped into ItoDBRT BreCKENRIDOE BaLMNOTON B Short Hayues drug store Chicago millioniare will give Kentucky one day this week and in Â¬ University half a million dollars if it will quired the price of quinine perpetuaUi his name In some way Do George Short all smiles it His name Is not Dennis over a prospective sale told her the coat of the drug Bkq your nardon Mrs Grinnell the Tbe woman seemed undecided about St Louis Worlds fair will be held in bnylng but she finally aald to George 1003 Our proof reader instead of hav Â¬ It seems to me that you ought to ing la grippe has an old fashioned cold make a reduction in the price in my and is therefore not up to date casA as I have to pay my little boy five or ten cents every time be takes it Senator Quay was put on trial yester- Â¬ day for conspiracy and unlawful use of BELONGING to a lodge the money of tho Commonwealth of covers a multitude of slue Pennysylvanis Matts trial will develop The other night a secret a court of cassation in the the United order man remained out States 9v7c quite lata and when be woko up next morning he France is having its monthly attack remarked to his spouse of hysteria People are now being I was detained at the lodge q Ite arrested for throwing bunches of violets last night dear Have you seen my over tho railing surrounding the Ven late shoes any where dome column Next thing they will be Yes she replied they are out on guillotined for throwing boquets at tbe the front door steps where you took president them off i i sm It io reported that Hobson la still in Â¬ THERE la a young lady In dulging bis mania for kissing Borne day tbe fool killer disguised as a disease tbe lower end of town who is germ will step oat frqsa the dark recesses practising vocal niuslo She tries her voice every day of a kiss and will deaf him a solar plexus blow that will settle hia hash and tbe and it may ba said for hours at a time osculation habit at the same time The other day two ladles met Not one child dies whero ten formerly at thjkhoMS sfried an got to die lady iumtaattoB croup People bays learned ctuslag lb died from asked one lady of Does aba sing the valne of One Minute Cough par other and use it for severe lung and tfoat trouble It Immediately stoHC9fWa Poataek me Im a neighbor was HENRY STADER and John Shouse were discussing books and things in the office of the Mitchell hotel tho other day John said that he considered reading the greatest pleasure one Â¬ Rev W P Harvey of Louisville business manager ot the Western Re- Â¬ corder has the heartfelt sympathy of his bretheren of the press He recently sus Â¬ tained a great loss in the death of his daughter Mra Llla Harvey Loving of Harrodsburg Ky He has been very unfortunate having lost three children in tbe last three years ter from my young friend and old pupil Chas M Nevltt who is in Dallas Texas and quiet at home be writes having formed manV delightful acquaintances fie says the girls are not pretty like Ken- tucky girls Why of course not Chas No State hasBurh specimens and that X X when be embarks on the sea of matrimo- Â¬ -- The Red Cross represenatives have ny he expects hia choice to hail from done a noble work at Manila Small his native state oaeas Band has stirred pox bqs been in the army but nothing up tbe music lovers In Dallas lately and Much sickness has as Charlie belorgs to that circle of course like an epidemic prevailed on account of dirt the accum Â¬ he enjoys those popular heart touching ulation of years porhapa centuries I i Convicts have been put towork onlthe t tv r How wo all BcrambeJorsuccessin thlfl some what changed world I How terrible a thine it is tojbe x thought a failure I And yet Victor t x Let us all hope the army bill now Hugo says Success is hideous I We before Gong ess will have speedy and know to climb is by no means blisd hrf Our army and epeakable whether the distant peaks favorable consideration navy have by brilliant conduct won for tho United Stales a new empire and for taste inclines rugged patEa must1 be themselves imperishable glory Let us trodden and many are the falls many have a people tralued to arms as in Ger Â¬ aro they who drop by the way and many and France Let Congress make many are lost in the fogs all together such provisions as abroad and after the peak is gained what then Oft times we have read or heard It saidi Many important facts are connected It Is as a Dead Sea fruit ol success with our new possessions in the West ButBtill the Promised Land is sough Our ac ever ever Indies of much consideration VLT - t v quIsiUoofPortoRlcdwill be attended with x x larger commercial advantages Spain and Cuba have heretofore come in hditor Wool heater of the Mitchell for a good per cent of the Imports and Ind Commercial tells the best snake exporiaof the island The trade will story of the season now fall very largely Into the coffers of When J W Sanders was coming to the United 8tates in addition the town ono day last week he noticed a hank engaged in battle with a big snake trade we have already with the island that had been out getticg tho sunshine t Tbe hawk was too much fori hfs snake- That was a most beautiful tribute paid Rhip which had evjdentlys suiTJrcd from kVlnnijpoxbythoBev E VyBpU W T thn intefase Wd tomley pastor of the Lander Memorial 0 O Howard editor of the Li Rue M E church Louisville Vincent Cox County Herald who think P Watt is died in foreign service for his country Brother Bottomley was our pastor here the logical candidate says In the gubernatoral contest Urey for several years He married one of our Woodson of the Owensboro Messenger very loveliest girls Miss Annie Walker Is influenced too much by the sentiment Tbe tribute was given in full and in the song Ill have my man or Ill brought back Brother Bottomleya sym Â¬ no man at all If Urey cant get have Goebel nominated he is in favni of not pathetic gentle style so dear to those having anybody tf he and others keep who were of his fl ck up the game they are now playing it t X X t an independent form of governmentlfor the Island It has taken our own Soijthi em States thirty odd yeare to recdve from a siege that was not bo disastrous The Cubana are In a manner ruined homes and property gone they are itja poor condition to discuss an immediate formation of goyernment Let us Iwaffi ten or fifteen years and then thav WJtu be more able to decide whether to bei part of our union or an independenjlrtfj nubllo llkn Mnrlpo T HUM iuijiui b IX today would be for any form of authority to give lood and clothln We all naturally wonder what thejfo1 ture of Cuba will be We know that thousands of Cubans are in need ofaldV We know loo in the face of their euff Inar it is an inopportune time to discuss t lmL X X 1 win do lmDOBflioie ia elect anvnnn 1 jyl Hetherington of the Marlon Falcon atrociously puns thusly If there were no Stones lying lirouad by which we might be smitten we would venture tbe remark that tbe other can didates for the democrttio nomination will find that they have a Hardun to Goebel up Thats Watt And to prove that great minds run in the same channels heres one from Charley Harts Morganfield Sun What shall we think of the man who wantonly Dispatched hia two most trusted lieutenants and yet pretends to leave no Stone unturned to Hardin the tdge of bis sword for battle against the cold steal of the Schoolbook Trust Kworttiyataii it must be a kjsd If OI Â¬ iktruwrtbli esanoth om 9M te mots V w6 o7t Yoa mar whitewash and disinfect wild over It or for copies of it Dumas Alver at will vvvvmiw uiBinuer oi our But the scent ot embalmed beef lingers is unecllpsed A gaaeratloa has gone family belnz taken from n ahnnM i and yet as a breach aathOr he still sells be be thsrs still stricks7 Yet it mlsht U Well The latter Domai waa not so many others But ties are so stroK B4rittiiTt1WMa WlllfCuiiMU - OrlwtO TkrW irftsosaUstA4Mar 3 Me Ml flraflnrwuft wsty J Oiarley J jjavw Coppetleld an cmates anangjtu irxmree MwcetMret Ihe last MunU - R rf ba- CA1 Ki M appeareu in social form and peoplo went dangeAtuRrcllosisVBut r When Prof Koch discovered th L l Oh Mr Editor dont you know I mlnrd tt tnKMn1Mt -- v v uvoivuiiaiq Jimi mai nw clean clear forgot to say something v uo uiocuyury causeu quite about the 22 1 What a pity I How on senatlon in medical circles Hia fcnS patriotic I wish I had aald something ledge however has formed a foundation fbot ouc liberties being at slake I fprsUtbitlrianstom rfn In rfaearphftTlJ aald wish J had ifore than one foani flor there are iclentiflo mqyemenUa dred years ago by our own atrong arms all parta ol the world to alar and stout patriotic hearts etc eto mseese ami to find a specific this formal for tuber we grappled the English lion etc losis Now a movement is on band eto Well I will say we emancipated establish hospitals for patients Buffer Id thirteen colonies then and we are still irom bucu troubles and thus Isolate tMeati emancipating by tbefielp of God from healthy circles Chicago al XauL1 X X X in iue teao already bas one where Postmaster General Charles Emory tatlon Is strictly enforced Vn riu tWfi Smith says constancy and cooncentra which the human family la heir ia tlon have caused his success I am io do oreaaed We can escape wiili blm as to favorites in fiction poi wecanuy irom epldemjca JbjJBjd X X ut 1 mi7 nT fair - rniwrn - rfig h m m - r t2i W o- jd iiJ V - mm 1 -- t --w 5JZ1ltfyTF7TTriQ- - mmwmmAW9fSSm l1 w r rm if iMffflTFff VWWfc fc 4 1 BciffiNRIDGEr NEWS AVEDNIMMY MARMU 1 1809 K ft LOCAL NEWS IV fkVnDDODT 111 jiTHE k 4 v - A r VIVUMU1VI v L- tfr my v S7 v 13 fcV ti t Et P V iff l AT - - h t ft DAN ORILEY a surprise and shock to his many friends JOHN A BISHOP Vice President President at this place Ed was a good whole soul E R BASSETT Cashier enjoyed life His death boy one who Vo extend sym Â¬ was extremely Bad pathy to the bereaved family Miss Belle Lee Graham of Graham Â¬ Texas marries a Mr Martyn of Dallao Texas March Oth Miss Graham is the ESTABLISHED 1 888 daughter of Mr Gub Graham who mov- Â¬ ed from here several years ago Miss Leitchfield Kentucky Belle visited her cousin Lon Moreman a few years ago and was quite a charm- Â¬ ing young lady Capital Stock 100000 Talk about your hen pecked husbands there is one in this community who de- Â¬ Paid in 15000 clares he is the very worst in the etate Liko the knights of old his greatest pleasure is when serving his lady and as he is afraid to set out in quest of adven- Â¬ do ill is very much improved Sergeant B D Sawyer of the 4th ture be is perfectly willing to confine INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS Our heart felt sympathy goes out to himself to J Sheer Sedalla Mo conductor on the more prosaic things of Missouri ofFulton Mo is the guest of electric street car line writes that his Mrs Ella Gregory in her recent trouble life such as making Ores shipping egg his aunt Mrs Sawder little daughter was very low with croup J K Ditto was at West Point one day etc Administrators Notice Tho Katie was in the city Friday and her life saved after all physicians last week to see Charley Ditto on busi- Â¬ All perwns having claims against the e tato of a sum of had failed only by using One Minute ness night and distributed quite It K Ward deceased will produce the same prop- Â¬ erly proved on or before the First day of April llya money among our people Haynes Cough Cure Short Will Kelly our clever postmaster is All parties indebted to said estate will come forward and settle on or before said date Jaa WLees Bros of Oannelton are suffering with rheumatism to some exÂ¬ JAMKS it SKILLMAN Admr w Pebruarv at work repairing tho Breckenridga Can ijq tent nel Coal Companys engine Mrs A Ditto Jr was in Louisville las week the guest of Mrs D W Fair Advertisements inserted under this head at the The line spring like weather Sunday rate of one cent a word each insertion leigb morning was the cause of all tbe church Mrs S H Dooley and little ones spent en having large congregations WANTED SCHOOL a day and a night laat week with Mrs 0 Mtsa Mamie Seaton daughter of Mr By firstclas experienced teacher WANTED school llefeiences exchanged W Hendrlck OwenSeaton of Mattingly is now at- Â¬ daugh- Â¬ Address TKACIIBH care Urickbnkipci News Mrs W D Howard and little Office tending college at Hardinsburg ter Maurine of Brandenburg are with o Hen- Â¬ Mr and Mrs J E Graham FOR SALE MARE Mro J K Ditto derson are in the city the guest of his R SALtf A good slx- - ear old mare fine An infant child of Mr and Mrs 0 W For further In saddle and buggy animal motber Mrs Amanda Graham Faith died last Tuesday and was buried formation write R N MILLER Hardinsburgtf Babies and children need Ky WalterB HMli travelling freight and on the day following proper food rarely ever medi passergtt gnt for the Henderson FOR SALE MULE AND HORSE The snow last week was a great sur Â¬ Rout was In the city laat week If they do not thrive f prise to the weather forcasters Good TOR SALE One good mule sixteen and quarter cine V bands high and one horse sixteen hands high P Bheeran an old arid respected real thing for the wheat itoth work well anywhere Will sell on time on their food something is deniafibJajFpJrk neighborhood was st The road from here to Brandenburg T IiUIYTUB Harduuburir wrong They need a little In the city Thursday on business are almost impassable traveling in FOR SALE FARM aler helbg onfinecj lienY to get their digestive buggies is simply out of the question SALE A good farm of about joo acres BANK to his boms by the grlD for the past few between Dig Spring and Custer John T Ditto who has beon here the UK IIAHDlNSItUKU machinery working properly tf weeks wasaWtd bVout1 yesterday past- - few weeks left Sunday for Louis Â¬ A splendid brand of Green Tea FOR SALE OR TRADE ENGINE A SAWMILL ville from there he goes to Cincinnati The Intensely cold Weather this veln for G2o per pound ter has killed moot of the insecta and JOR SALE OK THADK I have a good en If anyone has any fast fox degj let 18 lbs Granulated Sugar for 90 gine and saw mill complete which I will sell this will be an almost insectleea year them come here and tackle Dixie Queen very cheap for cash or will trade lor a mule team cents or 22 lba for gold dollar a Hardinsburg Address JUUAL HOOK Sh lively dogs as Ky wealr strengthen and May for these are a If jybur vyea are sw 2 lbs Soda for 60 over gave chase to a fox them by wearing spectacles fitted to cor WANTED TIMBER LAND 2 CanH of Corn for 15p COD defects of viaion by Short Haynes The average house keeper la on her wmttypoPMSPMresonwsoM Tojnatpes 80 per can head over tho strike that the hens are on ITr ANTED Tracts of Oak and Poplar TimberÂ¬ Mrs Statira Battaoboppani fl by h W neir river CRAWFORDSVILLK LUM in not laying while the price of eggs is BER Co Kvunsvllle Ind 20 ounco can of Bon Bon Baking sw bodq John and Chruale of Canuolton will generally correct this np to 33 to 40 eta a dozen are In the city the Kueat of Irienda and Powder for 8q TUITION relatives There is considerable regret by the 3 Bars of Soap for 60 difficulty Stratlon SALB CertiAcatt In Arrant people in tills community in loelnn Dr TOH Miss Ollle Payne pi BewleyyUfe who 1 Paper of Brass Pins for 4o t Business CUIrja Louisville Kv Apply to If you will put from one Wo wish him itilElKBNHlDMU NEWS OKrICK Wella from Brandenburg baa jieea vialtiug ber sister Mia A J 3 Sp661s Clarks 0 N T Thread fourth in half a ieasnoonful all possible succrea in hla new fluids Groas for several weeks returned home for 10o FOR MLE SWAWBERfirPLANTSff Monday The Loulsvillo Hotel aeemq to appre Â¬ in babys bottle three or four l l --4 t 2 Spools pf John Clarks Thread ciate fresh produce by tbe nice letters 8humaie 70U SALE Strawberry plants twenty differ- - fafrlp PVilLamWfl aoa times a dav vou will soon see prices ent varieties 0 W Write for written by tho proprietor to Mrs A tha well known thrashing mathlne qper INCHKIL Tublmporr Ind iiiL muin7il hi ii Star Tobacco flo porcut in ii 3bw a marked Improvement For Ditto Jrs and the advance price on the U u i litorBfOf Gaston are jiflitlng Jrlanda in LirgebizebotUe Flavoring Ex j allowed Notice In Bankruptcy larger cnnarcn from nan 10 the city my In tha District Cot of the United States for thu uacwyworthdUoforoo Your correspondent from here Pdwlrs a feaspoonuil according to opponent of last week certainly knbwa In District of Kentucky in bsnkruptty t fe who baa been her aunvWra the Matter of milk 1 all the news In circulation Well as he WILLIAM TMATriNGLYl li W - dissolved in their fc i r I mI vi AjunKrupiil 1 ii M J is agoutlerqan pfjehrare why ehoojd he n this ath da of Vehruar jr A p iBotLon I yHi so desire win very wiUfjoo it tJMaJunaialdllnanMTr THWJFF nqtJW t MlaseaWst and Eva May went to sktfsweaiielhMsyofJaaAitiy soon jhow its re noumn WsUirifmon ordered v 1899 Jamei Bickerstaff looks quite lonely AJ had U Isthe sane Ion Otfxtcurt that ahjar LouUyille Saturday evening to An the In J M the alfvaMMasy ol Kpon If the mothers ip power since John Ditto made his departure MaicivA UrittttiUiui raid at th red tfMook ffSBOmhrnd district ral trve 1 They went fox hunting every day while at 10Court HAMUaisrUJeJK thereto as milk does not nourish oclock kUMLfeMaooW iwaensar pubilahed John waa here they killed tf Very fine practicable ad that nolle thereof be newspapar ws a emul Â¬ eea time in the BKBcinMiiodB Na baby she needs the fox Tuesday I pitedte Mdyulci aakUt aUkifnsa credit on spit other pti5os a interest ray appear at It will show an effect sion Ernest Ditto of Mckinny Texas U stldtlmaand pwe and shov cauia If any the v glr mm A JaaMTit ik J jYi w J reported In declining health he U a Very bar tha p sioi saia petifioaer th upon mother H it i JoaWWoIUiUcUy irrahted ljoiue vv Itncaslhe Honorable tennW Bsrr prosperous buslnesa yoang man aa 1 it Uj M seld ioirtinj ties tal therey Jn4fe with regret that we hear of hla health atOwcniboro Kv In saat 5 of UtiTsW M Fekitesry ssld distiict waa itmUta n ori J ft M Aa sS la 1 falling him o - few here and fatal results There will ho an early spring because follow with Mrs Joe Smart iq quite aick alarming fre- Â¬ Easter comes oarly If It rains on Eas quency All of The river is coming up rapidly ter it will rain for seven successive Sun I I HWt3V4Httnft theso troubles days But if the day la fair then lo k Tho packets are running on regular aro catarrh and out because there are worst things than time cannot exist Courtney Dabbago wont to Loulsvillo wet weather where tho membranes aro clean and Logan 0 Murray and daughter Anna healthy Sunday Mrs Lou Davis Fayettovillo Tenn olmLeo of Oauhelton vasiu town of Louisvlllt accompanied by Miss Robo CrlUenden of Frankfort passed througS tolls in her letter how Dr Hartmana Sunday cured way to great catarrh romedy Soy IIeysereturned from OrTonsboro the city Saturday night on their com- Â¬ Ovensboro where they were the gutdto her of la grippo and uoriouu lung Saturday plication Shosays of Mrs J D Brashear Sunday comM Miller of Sample was In the city I was afflicted with a disooso yearsWe aro deeply ind bted 1o Mies Thursday known as lagrippo two Georgia White who kindlv loaned this monly ago the doctors sold I bod consump-Â¬ The Lenten season is being religiously ofilcii copy a of tbo Mardi Graa edition of and tion I got ono bottlo of y obeerved here2 sj a theNew Orleans Picayune The pic ures tho second night my cough stopped - Wm Sablio of Owensboro ttbs in the of the fhata and descriptions ol tho I took several bottles and I will soy city yesterday gaietirB of the event were very artistic that I believe I would bo o dead woman now if it hod not been for V O Babbage of Hardlnsburg was in and realistic town Saturday Miss Forrie Hardin and Mrs Morgan Mary M Pruitt Palpa Mo says a Medieim Co Columbus O flheriffV ByvBurton wan tinfithe city Fountain of Holt were In the city last Vl 4A JL week visiting friends Mrs Fountain in A last Thmsdyi had la grippe for threo successive I Wm B Hardin of Rome was visitor limiting preparation to go to Kansas years it seemed to got a tighter hold Bliortjy to join her husband who has on mo each year It Beemed I waa In hero Thursday f puichased a farm in the Sunfliwer State tho jaws of death What had helped Arthur Mattingly of Louisvlie was In mo before would not do mo any good where they will mako their future home town Wednesday I saw an advertisement of it cured moI Frank Jarber of Kirk was in town Beware of Ointments far Catarrh that procured two bottles and Saturday on busirttoo I hpvo not folt any symptom since Contains Mercury You may uso thia U any way you D R Murray went to Lmlsvillfl on please as mercury wlllourely destroy the senso legal bnslnes Monday of smell and completely derange the Get your spectacles at Short Haynes whole system when entering it through Sweet Sentiment They carry the est Mrs R M Jolly writing to the Nbwb Such articles the mucous surfaces David Johuflon of tha city wrnt to should never be used except on prescript- Â¬ Bays Miss Julia Greenwood a friend of Falls of Rough Sunday ion from reputable physicians as tho mine Obituary notices are charged for at the damage they will do ia ten fold to tho girl has kindly remembered my little with the following lines on her 7th gODd yon can possibly deriye from them rate of five cents per lino birthday I know there are friends who John Vest went to Hawesvillo yester Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by will appreciate them as much as I F J Cheney Co Toledo O contains I know a little maiden day to attend county court Winsome and air no mercury and is taken internally act Â¬ Whole heart with Jo i laden N Mc Mercer a prominent Hardins Her name Is Claire ing directly upon the blood and mucous burg lawyer was here Saturday surfaces of the system In buying Halls St Valentine hat brought her A other birthday County Commissioner Giu Brown was Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genu Could one have thought her herd on h gal business Saturday Olheiwite thangay t ine It is taken internally and made in Co Miss Ethel Tate of Roselle Ind lit a Toledo Ohio by by F J Cheney Swtet as the yean come Alt ott too swift Testimonials free entered Gloverport High School I pray that there reer come Een a single rift 6TSold by Druggist price 75c per bot- Â¬ Win Dorrisand wife of Lewisport In the lute so merrily spent Sunday with Mrs William Mullen tle Singing la your heart But may the days pass cheerily If you ask Henry Stader when he istro And trouble have no part BIG SPRING ing to marry he Just blushes and saws In all thy lifes bright measure The roads were nover muddier May there ever be wood A full meed of pleasure H Meyer is in Louisville this week Cincinnati Cooperage Companys And happiness for thee The boat passed up Monday with a big tow Our town was beaoiged last week with Ninety Per cent of staves drummers last week Of people are afllicted with some form of L B Perklne and Abe Skillman of Born to the wife of James V Clarkson humor and this causes a variety of dis- Â¬ Irvington were in town Sunday calling on the 22 nd another son eases The reason why Hoods Sarsapa on friends From the effects of vaccination Dr rilla cures when alt others fall is found Mrs Phlll Gregory and children of Strother is suffering with a sore arm in the fact that it effectually expels the Evansville are in the city the guests of Mrs Berry of Vine Grove is here humor Scrofula salt rheum boils and relatives eruptions are permanently cured by with her motber Mrs Wiseheart who this great medicine Tom Arnold formerly regimental bar-- has been very ill ber for the Fourth Kentucky was in the John H Meador now has his hearse Hoods rills are the best family cathar city last week in first clasa condition and is prepared 1c and liver tonic Gentle reliable sure Â¬ We are glad to announce that the con- to answer all calls in his lino dition of Miaa Laura Yeager is very LONG BRANCH Mrs T R Moorman and son Edgar much improved who have been very low with typhoid S H Dooley has been quite ill with Michael Popham Bold his handsome fever ore now improving rapidly grip mare to EugenB Haynes The consider jRev Clay Moorman of South Leitch Cbas Crawford waa in Brandenburg ation was 100 field has been home for a couple of Saturday The riyer is up and spreading over the Irvin Payne the well known merchant weeks since his mother has been so ill at Harned was in town last Thursday Ho preached at the Methodist church river bottoms visiting bis friends William Baskett of Ashcraft was here here Sunday a m Wednesday on business The shops are kept very busy now and Miss Clara Morris will return to Louis Phillips Ditto spent Saturday and Sun- Â¬ will go on a ten hoar schedule as soon as villa Tuesday to enter the wholesale the light will permit Rhelm a day with Ned Hendrlck millnarystore of Warren Mrs J K Ditto spent one day last Wm V Bowman of Hardinsburg few weeks before leaving for Mississippi week with Mr W 0 Hendnck Â¬ was registered at the Fifth avenue Ho- where she bos accepted a position for the James Ricketts child who baa been coming season tel Louisville Sunday 4444 4444 44444 44444 Shdlby Conrad has resigned his posi- Â¬ tion at the Fair and will engago In the blnckemlthlDg bueinofBwlth his father Shelby basalt the qualities that go to mnko a successful buslneas man Quartormaster Peter 0 Brashear of tho Fourth Kentucky recently mustered outotservtco was in the city Sunday He was accompanied by his sister Mirs Genso Both callod on friends while Hfex EFENDING THE NATION Catarrh is cur country sentmy Â¬ ArViVVVAA THE STORY OF A FUNNY OLD MAN Lagrippo lung troubles and other diseases of the mucous mem- brano tako hold of fmL our people CLOTHING Remember We Are M -- Â¬ WWIP JJ M Po-ru-- t Po-ru-- Closing Out Our Line of This isnt the picture of tho man Who fought at Waterloo Or charged upon his foamy steed Balaklavas valley through Ho didnt voto for Jackson And wouldnt if he could And ho wasnt raised to manhood On Eome patent bahy food Ho -- Pe-ru-n- o i Pt-ru-n- Twas not his wont to milk the cowa Whero now Cloverport stands And it wasnt Jones lotion Took tho scod warts offhis hands When young ho never lifted A load that weighed a ton And twant his fist belligerent Struck Billy Patterson Ho is not numbered with tho wise On Fames immortal hills Who gave their lease of life a lift With DosemB liver pills 11 Pe-ru-- MENS SUITS A7 BOYS wasnt tho first pioneer To settle on tho spot And smooth the path for liberty And all that tommy rot Â¬ LOW With careless disregard for fame This halo old man and good Wears shoes that come from Sulzers And keops on sawing wood Â¬ RRCES SULZERS PT k VEST VyyVWWVWWVWrVAAAAAAAAAAAW VV W W JC T N - WHITES CREAM K VUS VERMIFUGE w w W V -- W W juomn vuonutr jjeii in vusllljr For 20 Years Has Led all Worm Remedies i WESmB SOZiO 3Jir AXiZi DIITJOGIBTH Prepared by t JAMES F BALLARD St Loiils For sale by A R Fisher Cloverport Ky NEW STORE READY FOR BUSINESS IF YOU Fancy Groceries California Fruits Grayson County Bank WANT GO TO O iiRvinsro Toiisr jsiht HENSELS Nuts Cabbage Potatoes Bread and Cakes Cigars and Tobacco Queensware Glassware Stationery J A BEAUTIFUL Tho holidays are fast approach- Â¬ ing If you havo a friend you are going to remember on Christmas what would bo more appropriate as a gift than a fine Oxford Teachers Biblo bound in morocco You can get such a Biblo with tho Bkeck enridqe News for one year for GIFT You cant buy tho Bible at retail for less than 8250 anywhere in tho world By this arrangement you practically get tho News free for ono year 8250 wants Tho Childs Bible a beautiful work for children and tho News for ono year lor 8200 Nature Session LIVER OIL Fulfilling Our Promise We promised some Low Prices when we adopted the cash sys- Â¬ 10 tem of doing business Well we are now doing a cash business and here are LOW PRICES FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION Mcintoshs Ladies Shops worth 175 going at 8148 Brooms 10c 13o 15c 18o and 22c according to sizo and quality Sifters worth 15c for Oo Ladies 10c Hopo reduced to 80 I Saeptjjmt I WE WON TBE UNDERSOLD In Clothing cut prices in half Wo havo actually Como rct Best American Indigo Prints all for 4o per yd Tin Coffeo Pots at lOo 13o and 186 according to sizo A wondorfully good valuo in All along tho line in Mens White Lauudried Shirts at 48 cents We want to announce and boo Big Reductions DRY GOODS ytoo I J that we re- Â¬ i i havo mado a remarkably largo duction in M4jii3Maljrt4 Jtlon Shoes v And ladies you will appreciate this When you know that wo have re Â¬ ceived a fresh new line of Spring Goods WfATbtI1T MrrlUt - ae it - fibi j f J pi FTlt Cr u Wauwr 4TriHVtfftiNKJtf lw TUy bitbt ttm wtw 1MB BfVSVAM aMMs flJJ t Mkr a WW JCOTT - 11 4 BQWNB CturaUwi iWYotk H ery li II The horrible death ol m Uell came M fay Dudliv LiNDSv1uty Cleik DDfOl mWNGTOLlf p1 1 f aafifl tf jt V a- - GENT BR tJSfk w IMLIN I w wlW UUIVT H v- - Mti v STOP LOOK AND LISTEN You can get the Latest and Best Grip uproe 1 Dare Hunt of PadjQcjili wphnd up a br taking an orertfoae of morphine Remedies fc at Tho Erie Is world 381 miles 800 t t tholorVgeHt ennat t t In Jk tfao Ita cost waa 152540 iJ WE SELL FOR CASH r i i r fi Al - f WITTS Tbirtr persons were killed and fifty injured In a railroad collision near Brus Â¬ sels Five miners were killed bjr the pro mature explosion of dynamite near DIocton Oa The total assessment of all property county in Loulsvlllo and Jefferson amounts to 127511027 Dick Johnson a stock trader was hor- Â¬ ribly mangled by a train at Mt Sterling Foul play is suspected t t t t t We would rather sell a large quantity ot goods at a bmall Jf roht tnan a smaji quantity at large profits Our method of doing business saves money to the customer i t Notions You can get the cheapest and best Line of Notions at t t t t Tno Holirca i X XXV XJ VXiyO V t t t WITTS Groceries You can get the Purest Line of Groceries at the Lowes Price at The Sixth and Ninth Infantry regi- Â¬ loss from tho incendiary fires at Manila ments have beon selected to go to Ma- Â¬ will amount to half a million dollars nila as re enforcements for Otis Tho Eaglo King of All Birds t t The Louisville Lfgion is no more is noted for its keen sight clear and die The final roll call has been made and tinct vision So are those persons who use Sutherlands Eigle eye salve for tho regiment is out of the service weak eyes styes sore eyes of any kind t t A law has just been passed providing or granulated lids Sold by all dealers that all executions shall be within the at 25 cents West Virginia penitentiary walls t t t Gk W BEARDS OLD STAND ClrfnokioxT U X KJKJKJL J BTVBBaw rmrQTTT VUAXiy UXJJ i HARDINSBURG- KY eak aBOBmMTaaa i J J t t tills Cut tbls ad out and send to p nta itim nixou kit urnOTiti Xcaicaauamlne It atoiiuitar might ca dpotana oa UssbsMbsiIsb jour nearest freight aa rvpresenieu equal to organs tuativiaui TTOU flna IE BxacilJ ti0tfluoOOtthagreatestTalue7ouaTcrsawanaarbeUrtlian organs aaTBTUseaDToinari as aaraiBB7 pruviruiKaKvu less tbellorfc175BBarnltttBirns S QUBStEClAt 90 DAYS PRICE i prtoaehej g ad by others Bach an offer was narmnade before Of the ssMt araUa sad sslMtlas4 IB Is 0C4 THE ACME QUEEN strumcntsaTcr made From thalllattratton lorra show n which ItfenjraT xi uiroct irora a pnowirrapn 700 ilna OI Its boatlfnl arotanats Mado f OmBOIIa soma 00 and SEND US ONE DOLLAR tou asmiktl will Bend BW VPTv BANK OF HAEDINSBUHG aWF HW BBaHMILm ff75 B F BEARD Preaident WILL MILLER Vice President M II BEARD Cm ier Q W BEARD MORRIH ESKRIDGE f DIRECTORS J R M JOLLY INTEREST PAI0 ON TIME t WITTS Prescriptions Filled cautiously carefully and with the Purest Drugs M A girls body waa found frozen in the ice ot the Wabash river in Indiana and indications point to a horrible crime t t t t at Silver Plume Col killed two men and injured two others A number of buildings were destroyed A snowslide t t j Matrimonial Matters j j An Illinois farmer who had been sued for divorce shot and killed his wife and then himself t Forty eight of the fifty insurance com o panles on trial at Georgetown for con- Â¬ The wife of Edward HaO of Alton III spiracy were found guilty and fined 500 stole in order to be put in prison with each her husband Will Tutt the negro who ci ibis wifes Robert Wagman of Salem Ind only throat because she wanted to go to a base ball game was huDg at Mayflold 27 years old has just taken unto himself his fourth wife Two secured a divorce Friday and one died t t o Chicago banks now charge depositors who keep a running account of not over Jealousy caused Thomas Shaw of Chi- Â¬ 500 one dollar a month for handling cago to fire three shots at Jerry Jackson their funds while they were attend og the burial of t t the formers little daughter Jackson In a fire which for a time threatened caused a separation between Shaw and the entire packing house district of his wife Chicago one man was killed and another o fatally injured Miss Lula Cox of Bowling Green Ky LI t and Charles Orewdson of Augusta Ga A K Ward who forged paper to the were married in Berlin Germany and amount of 300000 at Memphis and ran will go to Egypt for their bridal tour off to Central America was at the his Ubs Cox has been traveling in Europe trial given five years in the pen several months t t JWIE feet tnohad hlah t Inches lonir ICflnohes wide and SM pounds I contains ttUTtllstopsu louowi vupooa Prlatlaal Palelaaa HfMla Ulnu Utauaa Baas Csasler Treble Conptr Dlipuoa frW rrlaflpirpt aaa res s 1 OtUn CmpUre 1 Tea 8wf 111 flral Orfia Swell 46ms JrcBetlrslTeaedntHastarr Pipe alll7 needs 1 Belef tl rare Befaf II aarailail Brilllaat Celeste DBMtBelelU Beea BidM lSlef It MtkaetlewBaieetk Dlipsiea Seeds 1 Set ef I ftiMuHl BS9BBaBBBBBBBaaBHaBaBaVaaVw lllalTog SI nesalBf Ben aieeieas rnBupai Haa action consist of THE ACME QUEEN aewslBseds whichthe celebrated lltHt I IlfflfljT aaaTrFB InHaBBBf aBBBBBBaBBBH araonlr nsed In tho highest irrada Instruments also Atted with Itiav Jlaiiatri IfifiTll WJtfS WlHniHBBaBaBl MidCaplr and T01 lUBkna also best Delrt felts leathers and nnest leather in Talrea THE ACME QUBtTHIs platotrencn mirror iilokel nnlsbedwIthalOzldbeTeled latedpedal frames and erery modern Improiement flU liuisu rail a handsome organ stool and toe bestorgan rLtruetlon book published OuarterSawed Oak aiulanennlbhanloiiitilrlecorBt eUan4ornainenudlpteat lOSOetrte llB DEPOSITS BaKBBaHiJfaf t t t Onrawo Issue a written binding to rear lemHf iruarantee bj the termr andcondltlons ot which Iran part BITee on 10 repair is irvo ol cuarvvyouirj 11 a are not aioihnnd no will refund yonrmoney If perfectlr satisfied tOOertfcise ertaao all be sold ai llle Order atcaee DeaHdelsy OUR RELIABILITY IS ESTABLISHED L7e not dealt with us ask your neighbor about us write pjgZyttZ4--SZfLrZWm7Vthn nnhllher of this naner or lletronolltan National Bank National Dank ot the Hepubllc or Hank of Commerce Chicago or Oerman ICxehansre Bank Mew Tork or any railroad or express company in Chlcatro W BBCplilBrtrtl0O0OV0 oorapy entire one of th lars esf bnslness blocks In Chicago and employ orer soopeople In our own bulldlnp TflSILI ORGlMaT sad musical ariPUh08ils0Osdandapi also eTerythlnirln catalogue instruments at lowest wholesale prices Write for free musical Instrument special organ piano Address Fulton DeipUIneianiiWijroanSti OHIOAGOs ILL CO In SEARSfwROEBUCK CUAWANTEEP25YEARS JiSiSH wBmmSSmmlMMi lsi0 Henderson Route Loaimll Time Bflndersoa St Louis iVr Co Card la Effeot Deof4 1898 HAST BOUND No 4 No u No 46 St Louis Evansville Henderson HaslceU Lv 6o3Atn E A SEND NO MONEY MMMMMMWHMHMiMMMiHH iiulullH and If found WITT WITH YOUR ORDER cut this Au out and send When wrltinfr mention this pape t t A BOON TO 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IT THREE MONTHS TRIAL In your own home and wewill return your I10 any day youare notaatlslted Wall differeal aaka Bad grades of of fcBlaBaalaM at MS0 1 1000 Sll 00 I1J09 and Up allCat h hra rnIlTriBHrrlbdln Oap IrMfiilaB aafaa alog but SIB SO rr Ik 7 BIIAWEU BURDICK 1b that crraateat valua ever offered bv any home ritfnliht dBot is rcpreseniea Baaai on D f U4 BC1M4 ibfti4M1ELo nw hi i It is stated that McNamaras bond for 1000 has been stolen from the records With a reward of 1500 for his carcass he is pretty sure to he captured t t t coa 3J i7 Lodlboiz o aBaaaamaaaaat 7i Br HUMki P iaaaaaaaBaafaV K tfiW S Irl ilt J I U TUP RIIRninkf nas every modem improvement every aarlBaawrlea made with the defects of none Nadsbftaa piano BUUDakKcimurr bixtcotio LiitmasktiiB polUh finest nickel drawer PUlli restsont casters ball bearing adjustable treadle genuine flmjth Iron stand finest large high arm head mad epoltlve four motion teed self threading vlbrat InK shuttle automatic bobbin winder 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N Baker of Sidney O led to the marriaga altar the girl of his choice They quarreled after a year or two and were divorced Each married t t t LaBt Tues A judgment for 30000 with damages again and lost their partners and costa since 1880 has been affirmed day they were united for the second time against the O O in favor of Mr and and it may be for aye Mrs Wm Howard who were injured at Soldier Ky Wm Roesducher a German of Simpt t t son county lost bis wife last fall and imEliza Bell stabbed Matthew Miller mediately advertised for another Miss her lover with a pir of scissors at Ca Mary Miller of New York answered and haba Ala and killed him Her brother after an exchange of photos they became held Miles while she did the work Both engaged Last week he sent her a mon- Â¬ are in jail ey order to come to him and be met her t t t at the train and they were at once marAt Cherryvale Kao the safe in the ried express car of the Coffeyville train on the Santa Fe road while standing on a Mr and Mrd Robert Etter died within siding there was broken open and fully 37 hours of each other at St Louis and JGOOOO in money taken by the robbers were buried in tho same grave They t t t A bill reviving the rank of admiral were recently married Ihi wife waa Whon and vice admiral and naming Rear Ad- taken ill with spinal meningitis miral Dewey and Rear Admiral Schley she told him she would die the husband as the persons to fill the respective posi- Â¬ kissed her and cpntracted tho disease tions has been introduced in the House They were buried in their bridal garments and the funeral partook very t t t A compromise has been effected on the much the appearance of a wedding Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED Tubes by Mail 76 cents Bottles SO cents F BALLARD Sola PrMrietor - - 310 North Main Strut ST LOUIS A R Irvlngton Gaston Ekron Brandenburg I --one Hrsnch nock Haven Willow Dal Howard West Poln Kentucky Street Loniaville Union Dep Webster 1013 1022 1030 10 8 10 S2 1100 1110 1119 1128 622 610 584 642 550 603 610 618 625 6 34 6J2 61 567 C17 h 543 603 610 6 SO list 1143 UOim 640 645 662 656 Arl 1335pm 749pm 122pm 710 7 15 645 78Ura WEST BOUND HO Louisville Union Dep rvcmucKy JAMES No 41IN0 603 637 540 6 48 43 No 45 For sale by Fisher Olovorport Ky RATES r jKBss m f eva c ft ui fh most centr llu locates otei intrwcity West Point Howard Willowdal Rock Haven Long Branch Brandenburg Hkron siteet Ly 7 45am 765 826 829 83 460pm 8 45r fiS5pm 913 981 9 44 Cotton iSBlS i umWnj rS Iryington SS--hrfZj- aai HyitrfW mMiMmliiA - KalaaVSi I T- - i FJ Iftyl III f mm ttWBBWBI i TVaS F C28J m TJnyaBi mtniin we aW Lodlburg Pierce Sample Stephensport Addison Hoit Cloverport Sbopa SMIman Hawesville for Cannelton Webster 843 850 869 908 916 923 940 9 47 951 1000 1004 932 663 610 609 618 626 643 6 61 1002 1014 1024 967 951 1006 1018 1022 I w ietM11 isxi lWIWwesi Ipui sville Ky Tell City I Â¬ R WILDER HARDINSBURG KENTUCKY Army bill which it is believed will obviate the necessity for an extra session It is based on an army of 100000 35000 to ba known as provisional and enlisted Fourth St Louisville Ky J M HARDIN Brandenburg Powers ifojJRockport Ind 1119 130 Owensboro 140 Mattlngly 1161 Griffith 1166 Ialcbn Lewisport Waitman 1033 1041 1060 1056 669 707 712 720 724 727 739 743 10 08 1031 1086 10 46 7t4 UUi IUU 804 812 818 833 842 863 903 916 921 U39 - 1049 1069 1103 e s 827 1119 UL8 1189 1158pm t r W n Ky For a quick remedy and one that is perfectly safe for children let us recomÂ¬ till 1001 PREPARED TO PRACTICE Jl tT p CASES IN BANKRUPTCY AND ASSIGNMENTS says a Maryland woman murdered her 16 vear old son by wrap- Â¬ ping him in a blanket and locking him in a trunk where he suffocated She must be a very powerful women or he was a very weak boy A dispatch t t t mend One Minute Cough Cure It is excellent for croup hoarseness tickling in the throat and coughs Short Hay nes HARDIN a WILDER HUES RUN Mr Lewis Smith bought a mule Mrs Richard Burditt Is quite ill Mrs Ella Smart is on the sick list We are haying a great deal of snow The weather is cold and disagreeable Emmit Oliapin was tho guest of Miss Nellie Furrow Sunday Porter Tburman was the truest of Miss Lula Smith Sunday Miss Bertha Smith was the guest of Miss Lillie Warley Wednesday Miss Lula Smith was the guest of Miss Zelma Burditt and sister Wednesday Miss Mary Waggoner was the guest of Miss Zelma Burditt and sister Friday Every Wedncsdiiy and Thursday after the In inVinUlUll Eoiirth Monday in Each Month Difficult work piich as Bridges and Crownp a specialty Latest appliances used Good work guaranteed IN IRUINrTRN DBliTTISTS Safety I I SpotUvllle Baskets Henderson Evansville St Louis Stanley Worthlngton Jteada 929 1207pm 932 1163Ani 1214 1215am 1220 h 12 22 12 59 964122 10 10 1245 1255 115 104Upm 125 At 732pm 72Uam 947 123 45 1djfi Sleepln Can and elegant hlgh back seat Passenger toiches through between IulsvlUe Brantville and St Louis without change Nos 41 and 44 have elegant high back seat Pass rCches and Parlr Car service through be Â¬ tween Louisville Uvanjyule and St liouls without P01 rJHi l V t t r OFFICES aft I Over Gardner Store Hardtnaburj News Office Cloverport VMVvVWWvW George Qmitb who killed bis wife a few days ago while drunk in Pickett county Tenn was arreatod and placed in jail at Byrdstown Tenn Smith begs to bo taken out and hanged He Bays he would bo glad for a mob to come JfflERICflN All the Leading Features that have made this Journal so popular art la be retained the coining year ana many new ones eaucu Comfort ouTchtn e Jhye Plor Cars LoulTflle mnd and elegant BvansriHe with- - Louisv ilk d imk BTBAHKrlS H C MOUDUK A O P A LoulsyUle Ky U II St L ONLY 100 A YEAR Packet Line Vait Mall Lin Between t tbtV III bun TWT No Knife No Capt Fighting Bob EvanB of the navy was given an ovation at Cincinnati to which be responded by aayipg he supposed no one expected a speeph from him since that was not his trade I ut he launched forth and paid the Doys behind the guns the highest kind of praise for their courage and devotion to dnty t t An Ideal Farm and Family Weekly bi Live Stack DairyIto Cnrm Bitch Horticulture PoultryIIS Inir TAKING EFFJ50T WestBoundTralna HMETAiLENwlO 5PT W h i i Fprdsvllle fifucb 411 1898 rani PC - t Why Suffer Agony Whon DONS COMPLETE FILEQURE is guaranteed to euro you It is tho discovery of an ourinont physician Interruption of Business W F Stephenson of Versailles who waa engaged to a young adV of that city married a Bt Louis girl under on as Â¬ t t Tho first treatment brings immediate relief It has cured thousands and will quro you MR T 8 WILCOX prominent merchant politician anu cnioi oi ino unattanooga luro jJopartmont says waa rec ommended to me The ue of one box eftected permanent cure I voluntarily give you this ttatement hoping It will be the mean of bringing your wonderful remedy to ho attention of others iuf ferine witli piles sumed name and now it turns out that he is under indictment in he Woodford circuit court for having forged his fathers name to a check The case waa called at the last term ol court and continued Stephenson giving bpndxand leaving the city for Et Loula in October Fires believed to have been started by Insurgents brolMflout simultaneous at several points ln MmIT Wedweday night O yer000 buildlssga wertjj destroy ed and hundreds of nUfvea are bomelea There waa some fighting in the streets and a few lnurgenta were killed and several American soldiers wonndd The OASUAItETS TUI lorn tare hM caused wy bad Health for the put three year r am ittll taking Oasoareu the only catWtlo worthy of not loo by eeullJlo peoniej nrn W wvnMB nAl MISai llnvrM WHIfU 111 w -- tape worm eighteen fret loagr leagtoameon tba eoene A TAPE WORMS CANDY TRAOCMM andSucceeslul Parmer sup plemeuted w th Illustrations by able uitlsls com bine to male it Invaluable 0 those who form it roratirlnr1 The Latest fUrkeU enrl Commercial Agri- Â¬ culture Crop Report In their Mason -Con denied Perm New and Letter among- the re Leading Pcatures in which the Parmer Ausnican AcKicuLTUiBTlnleicvllil It has reliable oeclal Corresnondentait the flneral and Local flarket Center all over the United IDRIHICO Market Gardening- and ot r topica writ tt n by Practical Louisville and Evansville B G RAGON F M East BoundTraln tNo3 tNo5 7 08 STATIONS NoJ tNp4 IU1 839 815 801 7 19 646pm 1060am irtT MM lljan Mailer W A Biinop Pnrw 745 762 8 01 K21 ft Irr IxvlnrtonAr uarneia ilardlnsburr Kirk 8D 545pm 884i 620 600 446 63 1 TARA8CON D Ii Penoy t taus B Master I T Oonaer Pnrgw Family j Short MB Panbtons WWHU Stories Latest Punoy Work VUUB n a 860 U65 lln lilt pro svHiau irFtlURoughlv Ajklr wlslf 2511 636 A tt W pa 6441 Mr tea Upn 111 1A1KS H TElJ UN 0ITY ptrbell btWa Purw ArITotilileLv I UKmh hi W t- - at 321 46 a Dally after tnr taklnatwo tt Conteata Ilhrnrv fntn B Young Folks Page c mhlne to make anddepartmental ibis at much value and interest ai roost of the Special family Papera QUESTIONS answered on Inw Medicine I UOIIUIUdi 11 lMUrd4 Alaater W Tratai ivJinVS Veterinary and other topics t 52 t t UTeti Orange Jvdd Company Place Mew FltEIJ 9AGS SJtl tTJlF l1 l id onnect ot IrvlnjrtoAWIlh FflrdsvflW branch rlf rtl ni NoSVnd Yotf fi y t- VVvlVfVlV QooeV PRACTICAL SURVEYOR For information pn sur vylpg write me at OLOVeRPORT KY F A BEAVIN Wifn - rrM--- r Irhri Sv tiWlHmtiUii ii-n I Tit-T lndlfTrdin7 pa sislaaTaLal thuitaeW arBelv EH4vIM lpf4t pd oeopediUoi UUdTqr v P R imI Mil 1 i wi rjsw w ie employed a 00011 oas ei p ONletW n m 7 Ttte I 111 i V I is 1 x tM maauM Price 100 Prepaid to any Address CHATTANOOGA TBNN T diiuhv 1 DON CHEMICAL COMPANY iri Koarit PaU table NeTerWoaB Bwbb IVteul Tult Good po Weakeaor Qrlpe lOo MtS gVWirUAiTPA V1 irJSSSTgg Wr1iuPPreMed The Flliotons are adopting Hertssf OmfUj the most They m cowardly and worrying tactics tmi twoffittoir Tt M pi tUeweaj e- - Tert HI FOR SALE JlsJgh 1 1 jtf yeha ieoo pcnp4s gpqd road ater and splendid driver Perfectly afe Idr any lady or child For Information apply to jTl t Prtonfeth every r - Will W4rlweiv hih J riday of Wltfl ij 44 nri ul eJlW month 11 JSJ PfiasWOTI as 0M MUut wlv CeMick t wm cur Cr fr M F POPIIAM Cloverport Ky SCRIPTIONTO Till NEWS EXPIKE iH 4JftJ J VTl t ikL g jA n i J A wv Vi THE COUNTRY EDITOR lu naislniruita anl Itmf nfaliAM tln been a country editor myself I entertain a moat kindly feeling for my s oioven momus 1 spent editing a rural Journal were the tnoatbanrflcial of my life to my self and pei haps to others I am proud Urhave belonged to the editorial iHeriblyjppposed toanythlng that will Injure the country nHS edltbrj curtail his profit circumscribe his usefulness or place an addfttonal lliorn In his pathway Tho rural editor God bless him is tho jmpst persistent of teachers Like charity as described by St Paul in tins thirteenth chapter of First Corinthians he Buffereth long and is kinrf be envieth not himself is not easily provoked thlnketh no ovllHirceth hot In iniquity bat rejoiceth in truth beareth all things onduretb all things HIb tjfebickbono of every commuuliy the promoter of every laudable enterprise the worst underpaid laborer in tho vineyard Counting his space as his capital he gives moro to charity his means considered than any other member of society He is a power In poli- Â¬ tics a pillar of the church a leador In the crusade for better morals He is preeminently tho friend of humaplty Line upon line paragraph upon paragraph day by day he is embalming in cold typo the fads from which the Herodotus Tacitus Sismondl or Macaulcy of tho future will write the history of our times He fully chronicles oar advent into the world brit fly notes our uprisings and our downsitlirg and sorrowfully records our exit As a creator ol beauty he double discounts Mme Ayres who professes to Increase feminine pulohrltude only in particular instances while the country editor exercising nlenarv nnwnr Iipantlftaaimrati1 n HT 1 Â¬ -- Mr Clark of Mlssonri made a characteristic plea for the country editor In r rpeelll in the House of Ilpreaontativofl Tho great objection to the bill he said iSUiat It is detrimental KJlf Kind of Men Wanted a column In a daily pa Â¬ per where the wants of employers are set forth yields tho following results Want a man who Is sober and capa Â¬ ble Aluet bo competent reliable total abstainer Must be temperate Muat be sober Strictly sober Strictly temperale Steady Job to sober reliable man Drinking men need not apply A canvass of Durtt Tuliarro Spit and hmoke lour I lie Atar To quit tobacco onslly nml toiovor notlc full of life norvo anil vigor take tbe wonder worltcr Hint matter tvenlt men strong All druggists 60c or II Cure guaran teed OooUlot mid sample free Address Sterling Itomedy Co Chicago or New York A GREAT Regardless of Age PARK Some Facts and Figures About the Yellowstone Its Great Canons and Geysers are Sublime Â¬ lmar Â¬ For and Against Woman Suffrage If the United States Senate Committee on Woman Suffrage the members of which aro all against it wants a pointer from tbe West it can net it in the actions of the Oregon and Colorado State Legis Â¬ latures Both branches of the Oregon Legislature have passed a resolution to submit to the voters at tho next Slate election a constitutional amendment ex Â¬ tending tho franchise to women Tho lower branch of the Colorado Legislature has decided by a yote of 45 to 3 that equal suflrage in Colorado is a success and that the elective franchise should be forever extended to women Tho Yellowstone National Park con tains 2301 square miles or 1472000 acres moro than tho state of Delaware and nearly twlco as many acres as the state of Rhode Island In sizi it exceeds all the national parks of tho world combined If it were all arable land susceptible of settlement and successful Â¬ Â¬ Jlyall Mi i women whore names appear in his columns By n touch of his uiagiuiuuH wauu iie converts paaie into diamonds glistening upon Beautys n ck and with a skill of which annlnnt ami nmhlrinm 0iim iflta only dreatutd and with a politeness whichrChesterfield might have D oiuiujo umoo icnincic iuu g ijuen jeweis wnen worn by members of a subscribers family He is the greatest and most imrenioUB of manufacturers fir whlln ntlum mnrmfoMni o mi0voVt stuff i he is engaged hi manufacturing immortal statesmen out of raw flimeumes very raw maienais an industry which even the Din nv tarifl can not protect He is To our virtues ever kind And to our fault a little blind His Life WasISayed Mr J E Lilly apromlnent citizen of Hannibal Mo lately had a wonderful deliverance from a frightful death In telling of it he says I was taken with Typhoid Fever that ran Into Pneumo- Â¬ My lungs beramo hardened I nia was bo weak I couldnt even sit up in bed Nothing helped mo IVxpectedto soon die of Consumption when I heard of Dr Kings Now Discovery One bottle gave great relief I continue to use it and now am well and strong I cant say too much in its praise This mar-Â¬ vellous medicine is the surest and quick- Â¬ est cure in tbe world for all throat and lung trouble Regular sizes 50 cents and 1 00 Trial bottles free at Short Hay nes Drug Store every bottle guaranteed We are all more or lees generally more his handiwork and the creature should not be ungrateful to his creator Without his generous and enthusiastic labors meet of us will re urn to private life amid rural Scenes propitious for secret meditation and silent prayer Working nigut ana aay during me campaign wnen the election ia over and tho times for the distribution of the loaves and fishes now vulgarly called pie by some strange lapse of memory ho is generally forgotten m Breckenridge - News WEDNESDAY MARCH 1 1899 Fads in Jewels For the Spring The present style of dressing the neck Fish Caught In One Day From Lake for the day with a soft silk stock leads to the use of many pretty buckles which Palestine Bright and early this morning d sens of fishermen with bait uourds and hooka and lines went tp Palestine Lake saye the Warsaw Ind correspondent to tho Chicago Chronicle the news having been received that sunfish were biting as though they had not had anything to eat since the surrender at Santiago And the way they did bite made the oldest fisherman at the lake today at- Â¬ tempt to recall when ho had ever had so mueh Bport before Tho ice was several inches thick on the lake but it was easily cut through with picks and saws Brfore 10 oclock there wera at least 200 men boys and women pulling out the fish By nightfall it was estimated that 15000 had been caught They were hauled away in sacks and carts and all over the neighborhood to night there was the odor of frying flab It was beautiful sport The flab would grab the bait as soon as it struck the water and as they were pulled out their silvery scales caught the sunlight from above and the reflection of tbe ice below I which made a dazzling picture here will be hundreds of fishermen there to morrow FIFTEEN THOUSAND Why He Killed Her of the Mme de Fevrier a elat French General de Fevrier who recently resigned the Grand Chancellorship of the Legion of Honor was murdered re Â¬ cently by a male e rvant She was 82 years ofage and bad made a will leaving her servant 400000 francs and making him exi cutor of her estate Much pain and uneasiness is caused by piles sparing neither age nor sex TABLES BUCKEYE PILE OINT MENTcurea tbe most obstinate esses Price 50 cents in bottle tuhes 75c A R Fisher Largest In the World Louisville is now the greatest city in the manufacture of twist tobacco in the world In the past five years at least twenty twist factories have been added to the already large list and their output 1b something enormous The old long green seems to be coming in favor again as a chewing and smoking article A Frightful Blunder Will often cauaeja horrible Burn Scald Cut or Bruise Bucklens Arnica Salve tbe best in tbe world will kill the pain I have been afllcted with rheumatism and promptly heal it Cures Old Sores Fever Sores Ulcers Boils Felons Corns for fourteen years and nothing seemed all Skin Eruptions Best Pile Cure on tpgiyeany relief I wasablo to be earth Only 25 cents a box Cure guar around all the time but constantly Bufanteed 8old by 8hort Haynes Drug Â¬ fering I had tried everything I could hear of and at last was told to try Cham gists berlains Pain Balm which I did aod Concerning Quinine wb immeately relieved and in a short many years all the quinine of time cured I am happy to say that it For commerce came from the wild trees of lias not since returned Josh Eixun Peru but with the present great demand Germantown Cat For sale by A It the refined product obtained from tbe Fisher Cloverport and It A Shellman wild trees of its native habitat would Stepbensport supply but a small proportion of tbe To Prohibit Tight Lacing At the present worlds requirement All sorts of measures have been intro- Â¬ time two thirds of the quinine used is produced In Java an island of the East duced for the protection of various peoIndian archipelago corresponding close- Â¬ ple by the Wisconsin Legislature at its ly in else to Cuba and having with It present session but Assemblyman Dag many features of soil and climate in get of Bear Creek one of tbe bachelor members was the only one to prove the common Â¬ Â¬ Karveli ol a Graphophone -- One of the wonders of the end ol tbe century is the homo Graphophone that wjll reproduce any kind of music or any Bound One can arrange a full program of tbe most attractive band orchestral or vocal inusio and vary It every evening On the Graphophone one can record tbe bunittH voice or any sound and reproduce It at once You can keep the voices of Inter Ocean your friends to be heard whenever you Dr Bulls Cough Syrup a a speedy Graphophonea made for home wish as low as and efficacious cure for croup whooping cough and entertainment can be bought No child thould be left to tuffer the bronchltli 10 Writ fd catalogua 30 to the tojtUfCioflheMailmenti when parent can get Phonograph Co No 010 this wonderful remedy for J eti CoLUiinr Pennsylvania Ave Washington D O necessity for a law protecting misses old maids and married women of the Btate from their own Indiscretion In tbe Assembly today he introduced a Joint resolution for the appointment of a Joint committee of three from the Assembly and one from tbe Senate to draw up a bill to prohibit right lacing The resolu- Â¬ tion was referred to tbe Committee on Public Health and Sanitation Chicago Lynching In 1808 Daring the year 1808 Judge Lynch tried sentenced and executed 121 pris Full oners according to an exchange not yet come In from some return have parts of the Klondike but so far as is knawflj thofeeord la as follows I Ajaska Fillpplnoa Filippino means a person of puro Spanish extraction born in tbe Phillip jp6 Islands The people of mixed blood are Meatcxoe while the Spaniards call The Indians thn aboriglnea Indians of Lwt hate those of Fanay while both are cordially hated by tbe Mohamme Â¬ dans of Mindanao i Â¬ ty i4KaB l Bp Arkansas Oprollga 15 17 Mississippi 2 South Indian Territory 3 Illinois Georgia 6 New Mexico 1 MiasottWT Alabama 11 Kentucky 6 NrthCiVollB1 4LouUiaoa 8 Tennessee 0 Texas 8 Virginia 4raryiand 21 West 1 Washington 1 Wyoalntf 3 Viral -- to OSpf6ma 1 aadFlorMa 1 The results of an oyer indulgence In food or driulc arepromptly ratified with Â¬ out pain or discomfort by taking a few Price 60 cents A doses of HEIullNE ft FisBer HlfffcwPricad Doctor Dr Wllllt tbe medical attendant of ng qeprge HL of England was called to Lisbon to attend the Qqeen of PortÂ¬ ugal for a mental disorder He got 950 000 a month traveling expenaes and board for himself and suite and upon re Â¬ storing the Queen received 100000 In addJUta to the uaoatbly UpolaUw Three-card-sioB- MKiliNlHijUiiitlNtkli Tar Iafcaia aad CWWri jewelere provide Very neat among Jewelers novelties are the sets of three gold safety pins one large and two of smaller size with two stick pins to match for closing tho placket hole of the new tight fitting dress skirts These pins are usually jewelled New combs include tbe high combs Have You Had the Grip side combs and half round combs for clasping the knot of hair If you have you probably need a reli- Â¬ A new line of brooches consists of large able medicine like Foleys Honey and amethysts cut oval round or heart Tar to heal your lungs and stop the rack- Â¬ shaped and surrounded with a row of ing cough incidental to this disease pearls Foleys Honey and Tar Cough Medi cine is unquestionably the best remedy Golno Down Hill for the Throat and Lungs Pleasant to People suffering from Kidney Disease take and is ouarantekd A R Fisher feel a gradual but steady loss of strength Cloverport Dr D P Parks Webster and vitality They should lose no time E A Witt Hardinsburg in trying Foleys Kidney Cure a Held It Long Enough Guaranteed preparation A It Fisher Evangelist Moody says he has got Cloverport Dr D P Park Webster through singing Hold tbe fort Chris K A Witt Hardlnsburg tains have been doing that long enongh they need now to get outside the fort Spring Coats go to Extremes Tbe tailors have their needles thread- Â¬ and wage the war there There is no ed and their shears sharpened for the seuse he declares in building beautiful cutting and basting of spring coats Eith Â¬ churches and keeping them locked up er very short or wonderfully long Jackets six days of the week And we quite agree with him An aggressive Chris Â¬ over flannel and silk shirt waists are to tianity touching eyory human interest is be worn what the Master demands of the church The short coats are quite bewitching today for they are cut off exactly at the waist line but do not close in for a tight fit Coughed 25 Yean Instead they bane out rather freely and I suffered for 25 years with a cough are eloped open and gusseted in three and spent hundreds of dollars with doc- Â¬ places on the bottom In front they close tors and for medicine to no avail until I up with a fly finish so high that a neck- Â¬ used Dr Bells This tie Just peeps out at the top the sleeves remedy makes weak lungs strong I are severe and a narrow notched collar has saved my life J B Resell Grants faced with corded silk folds away about burg 111 the neck How He Did It With a soft sleazy silk in dull pink How did you get that cut asked his blue green or red these coats are lined and the one pocket in such garments is father What cut papa set on the outside and rather high on the Why that great gash on your fore- Â¬ left breast head I bit myself there papa DeWitfa Little Early Risers Tha famous little pills Bit yourself Why you couldnt bite yourself on your forehead Where They Should do I got up on a chair to do it papa Singers to Alto Ga Bakers to Cakes Pa For frost bites burns indolent sores eczema skin disease and especially Jewelers to Gem Ind Smokers to Weed Cat Piles DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Btanda first and best Look out for dishonest The sleepy to Gap Pa people who try to imitate and counter The idle to Rust Minn Deadheads to Gratis O felt it Its their indorsement of a good artlole Worthless goods are not im Â¬ Poets to Parnassus Pa Get DeWitts Witch Hazel itated Printers to Agate Col Haynoa Salvo Short Cranks to Peculiar Mo Actora to Star City Ark Algers Burden Perfumers to Aroma III Aplarista to Beevllle Ind Take up poor Algers burdon MoKinley if youd rob Small men to Bigger Ind Bankers to Deposit N Y His life of bitter sorrow Widowers to Widows Ala And save his measly Job Tramps to Gmbtown Pa Take up poor Algers burden Brokers to Stockyille Nev And bring his mind relief Hunters to Deer Trail Col And say you neer suspected Hucksters to Yellville Ark That he embalmed that beef Old maids to Antiquity O To allay Dains subdue inflamaMpn Lovers to 8poonyllle Mich heal foul sores and ulcers the moot satis Â¬ The boys to Midway 8 O factory results are obtained by using Cobblers to Shoe Heel N 0 BALLARDS SNOW LINIMENT Price Theosophisla to Mystic Conn 20 eta and 60 cta A R Fisher to Buncombe NO Politicians SM If Topers to Brandy BtatlonVa Like drown polka Physicians to Doctortown Ga Two little girls were playing church Puzzle fiends to Riddleville G Said one you kneel down and be a real Prummera to Modest Town Ya earnest Christian and I will aj down FrobibiMonlsta to Drystown Oal and put m hands to rqy face and act a Df uf gists to Balaam Lake Wb atyllflh Christian Exchange The Gum Brigade to Ohewtown Pa New married couple to Bllaa Mh If yoa haye a cough throat irritation Political Orators to Stumptown Pa men to Trickum Ky weak luns pdn in the cheat difficult croup or loaraaVBaw let us Ya or Young- - breathing Young xdie to Ban suggtat Ope Mlante CoaKh Cure At womanatown Fa x wayarelialila aftdae Short fcHaynea sWHa Ctafk ayrua tywlakty cum promptly all calarrhal affections TU M BssMika IW fcH TWT MVV rtfflira Pine-Tar-Hon- cultivation it would aflord homes of 100 acres each for 14721 families This large tract while referred to by the French explorors was unknown to them save from accounts given by the noble red man It is an area of wonders un- Â¬ paralleled in tho whole natural history of tho world and is from 1000 to 5000 feet aboye the level of tho sea and there foro within tho zone of two seasons Mount Waahburne is the highest peak in the National Park with an altitudo of 10388 feet Here are located the eight great geysers of the world viz Giant diameter 7 feet height 140 feet lasts 3 hours Giantess diameter 18 feet height of small Jet 250 feet lasts 20 minutes Beehive diameter 2 feet height 210 feet lasts 20 minutes Grand Goyser diameter 20x25 feet height 250 feet lasts 20 minutes Old Faithful di- Â¬ ameter 0 feet height 200 feet lasts 20 minutes Grotto diameter 4 feet height GO feet lasts 30 minutes Castle diam Â¬ eter 5 feet height 50 feet Fan height CO feet lasts 10 to HO minutes Near the stalactite caves in tbe Park there is a poisonous gas tube very prop- Â¬ erly named Stygian Cave where birds drop dead in merely flying oyer its mouth It is most beautiful to the eye The crystalline pendants are of a deep emerald but the sulphurous gases are inimical to life Small animals taking shelter therein perish immediately The first authentic information regarding tbe unsurpassed natural wonders of the National Park was derived from a pros- Â¬ pecting party under the leadership of Col Walter W deLacy late a resident ot Helena who visited the lower geyser basin in 1803 having prospected the Snake river country for gold a mineral they did not find in paying quantities But they found tho wonderland of the world and first attracted tbe attention of civilized man towards it The kidneys are responsible for more sickness suffering and deaths than any other organs of the body A majority of the Ills afflicting people to day is traceable to kidney troublo It proyades all classes of society u all ell mates regardless of age eex or condition The symptoms of kidney trouble are unmistakable such as rheumatism neu- ralitia sleeplessness pain or dull ache in back a desire to urinate often day or night profuse or scanty supply Uric acid or brick dust deposit in urine are signs of clogged kidneys caus- ng poisoned and germ filled blood Some times tho heart acts badly and tube casts wastlngs of tho kidneys are found in the urine which if neglected will result in Brlghts Disease the most dangerous form of kidney trouble All these symptoms and conditions are promptly removed nnder tho influ Â¬ ence of Dr Kilmers Swamp Root It has a world wide reputation for its won- Â¬ derful cures of the most distressing cases No one need be long without it as it is so easy to get at any drug storo at fifty cents or one dollar You can havo a sample bottle of this w ondorful discovery Swamp Root and a book telling all about it both sent to you absolutely free by mail Send your address to Dr Kilmer Co Blngbamton N Y and kindly mention that you read this liberal offer in the Bkeckbnridoe Nkws Not a Good Risk In Kentucky The manager of a life insurance com- Â¬ pany had the floor Life insurance companies he was Baying are as particular about the peo- Â¬ ple they already have on their list as they are about getting them on in the beginning They are rich of course but thev are no more anxious to take in a man who will die of disease within a year or two than they are to take in a perfectly healthy man and have him hazard his life by taking personal risks in dangerous pursuits or by travel in un- Â¬ healthy countries I remember a funny instance that occurred once while I was living In New England One of our 10000 men had a way of calling a man a liar in the most careless and indiscriminate manner and with only the merest or no provocation One day he was in our office and casual- Â¬ ly mentioned the fact that he was going to make a trip to Kentucky inquired the manager When alertly Next weok On business or pleasure Going to buy a pair of horses Um-er-hesitated the manager before you Btart I wish you would stop in and see me What for Want me to buy a horre for you No I want to arrange about your policy What do jou want to arrange about it Isnt it all right Yes as long as you stay in this country But if you go down to Ken- Â¬ tucky well have to advance the rate until you come back Well what in began tho policy holder hotly when the manager in- Â¬ terrupted him Dont fly the track my dear fellow ho said gently Its all right here and the rate is satisfactory to us but by Jove we cant give you the same rate and let you go to Kentucky and call men liars like you do in ttis section Not much We havent got 10000 policies to give away like that and you oughtnt Washington Star to expect it er Â¬ Â¬ INFECTIOUS DISEASE Some Facts About the Dreaded A Fact Train up tho coloied servant girl in tho way she should go and the first thing you know is that she is gone You can be cheerful and happy only when you are veil If you feel out of aorta take HERUINE it will brace you up Price 50 cents CercbroSpinal Meningitis Hard on Boy Smokers It Is Traced to the Massing of Troops An ordinance has been introduced at Cincinnati in the city council to make It Together a fine of 5 for any young man under 10 to smoko tobacco in the street or in Cerebrospinal moningltls Is n specific infectious diseaso occurringsporadically and in epidemics and is caused by the infection of thoncellnlar tissue It is characterized by inflammation of tbe cerebrospinal meninges or arteries It presents many remarkable peculiarities Tho outbreaks are localized and occur in certain regions and are rarely very wide Â¬ spread As a rule the country districts have been more aiilicted than the cities The disease is more prevalent in the winter and spring Tho concentration of troops in barracks for example seems to be a specific factor and the epidemics oil the continent of Europe show how liable recruits and young soldiers are to the disease Strange to say however the civil war did not produco many cases The disease was first brought to the attention of the medical fraternity by Vieusseux who noted an epi- Â¬ demic in Geneva Swltzsrland in 1805 In 180G the first epidemic in this country was discovered in Bedford Mass There have been four periods in which this dis Â¬ ease tias been widespread From 1805 to 1830 it was most prevalent in tbe United States from 1837 to 1850 it pre- Â¬ vailed extensively in France with sev- Â¬ eral small outbreaks in this country from 1854 to 1874 several outbreaks in Europe were noted and in this country tho Ottawa Valley was the scene of its greatest intensity In 18D2 there was an outbreak in Western Maryland and from 18G to 1898 the disease was preva- Â¬ lent in Boston According to Hirsch one of the beBt known writers on medical subjects the percentage of fatalities ranges from 20 to 75 per cent HENINQITIS CURE public places Clean blood means a clean skin No beauty without it Cascarcts Candy Cathar tic clean your blood and keep it clean by stirring tin the lazv liver and ilrivintr nil lm purities from the body Begin today to banish pimples boils blotches blackheads and that sickly bilious complexion by taking Cabarets beauty for ten cents All drug gisU aatisiaction guaranteed 10c25e60c reauty m lllooil Deep Â¬ An Aged Smoker Mary McDonald aged 128 years is now living at a home for aged persons nt Girard and Belmont avenues Philadelphia She has smoked a pipe since she was 18 years old Dr Bulls Cough Syrup that mar- veloui medicine ior throat and lung troubles quickly relieves and cures the painful breathing and dangerous sounding cough Indicative of congest- Â¬ ed lungs No other remedy is its equal Quite True Three crows sat on the limb of a tree And they were as dry as crows could be Quoth one old crow I really think Well surely die with naught to drink Quotli another crow I dont see why When theres a crowbar standing nearby That Throbbing Headache Would quickly leave you if you used Dr Kings Now Life Pills Thousands of sufferers have proved their matchless merit for Sick and Nervous Headaches They make pure blood and strong nerves and build up your health Easy to take Try them Only 25 eta Money back if not cured Sold by Short Haynes Druggists What Armies Cost To Consumptives As an honest remedy Foleys Honey and Tar does not hold out false hopes in advanced stages but truthfully claims to give comlort and relief in the very worst cases and in the early stages to effect a cure A R Fisher Cloverport Dr D P Parks Webster E A Witt Hardins Â¬ burg Chamberlains Cough Remedy This remedy is intended especially for coughs colds croup whooping cough and influenza It has become famous for its cures of these diseases over a large part of the civilized world The most flattering testimonials have been receiv- Â¬ ed giving accounts of its good works of the aggravating and presistent coughs it has cured of severe colds that have yielded promptly to its soothing effects and of the dangerous attacks of croup it has ctired often saving the life of the The extensive use of it for child whooping cough shows that it robs that disease ot all dangorous consequences Sold by A R Fisher Cloverport and R A Shellman Stepbensport Have you a cough A dose of BAL Â¬ LARDS HOREHOUND SYRUP will relieve it Pripe 25 cents and 60 cents A R Fisher murmured Brazil Nuts Yes indeed the wicked man went It is perhaps not generally known that on I have rarely seen any so heavy for the three cornered nut called Brazil nuts their Biza grows in packed clusters inclosed in Lung Irritation shells which are roughly spherical In is the forerunner to consumption Dr form and baye somewhat the appearance Bells will cute it and of rusty cannon balls In the tropica give strength to tho lungs that a cough forests there is another nut bearing plant or cold will not settle there Twenty which goes under the name of the five cents at all good druggists cannon ball tree The nutshells are al most porfectly spherical and would Not So Smart Pine-Tar-Hon- According to statistics published in September 1893 the war appropriations Heroic Remedy Recommended by a for Russia were 148840171 per capita Bardstown Attorney 1 17 ot Germany 241175150 per cap- Â¬ ita 270 of France 124517081 per The Morgantown Republican in its capita 221 of England 88151750 current issue prints the following per capita 321 of the United States Judgo W H Fuller is in receipt of a 01093027 per caplta072 letter from Attorney O T Atkinson of Bardstown Ky who has heard of our At the season of the year whon pneu- Â¬ meningitis epidemic and very kindly monia la grippe sore throat coughs offers a remedy which was given him by colds catarrh bronchitis and lung trou- Â¬ n leading physician of Benton Harbor bles are to be guarded against nothing Mich who in a long practice with the is a fine substitute will answer the disease has never lost a patient The same purprse or is just as good as remedy is as follows One Minute Cough Cure That ia the Boll enough Irish potatoes with one infallible remedy for all lung throat skins on till done to fill a pillow slip or bronchial troubles Insist vigorously and place the patient on the slip with upon having it if something else is back of head and spinal column resting offered you Short Haynes on the slip filled with potatoes as hot as A Difference can be borne and let the patient so re- Â¬ A distinction muat be made betwoen main as long as the potatoes retain their inoculation for the prevention or mitiga heat and repeat if necessary Mr Atkinson adds that this treat- tion of small pox and vaccination which is the grafting of cowpox as a protection ment does not affect the usual medicines against the severer malady etc administered in such cases Innocula tion was practiced by Turks Syrians and Circassians long bofore Lady Mary Wor Robbed the Grave A startling incident of which Mr ley Montague brought it to England It John Oliver ot Philadelphia was the was after this that Jenner made his so subject is narrated by him as follows called discovery of vaccination or in pec- Â¬ I was in a most dreadful condition ulation with virus from the cow instead of from the human subject My skin was almost yellow eyes sunken tongue coated pain continually in back Before the discovery of One Minute and sides no appetite gradually grow Cough Cure ministers were greatly dis Â¬ ing weaker day by day Three physi Â¬ turbed by coughing congregations No cians had given me up Fortunately a excuse for it now Short Haynes friend advised trying Electric Bitters A Captious Critic and to my great joy and surprise the first bottle made a decided improvement These are remarkably fine biscuits of I continued their uso for three weeks yours my dear said Mr Cowheel as and am now a well man I know ttiey he balanced a specimen on tbe tips of saved my life and robbed the grave of lis Angers another victim No one should fail to Mrs Cowheel flushed with nleaaure try them Only 50 cents per bottle at and pride Short A Haynes Drug Storo It is so good c f you to say bo she Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ym Essay on flan Man that is born of woman is small potatoes and few in a hill In infancy he Is full of colic and catnip tea and In old age he la full of cuss words and rheu matism In bio youth his mother taketh him across her knee and sweetens his life with her slipper and when he is a man grown the sheriff pursueth him all the days of bis life He spreadeth like a green bay tree He getteth into office aud tiiafriends cling to him like flies to a sugar barrel He swelleth with vanity catteth Ice ior a time but is hewn down atthehuxtconventlon and cast into tbe salt hp ftpd Ms ifatrio Is Dennis Out of pOlce aniloutotrlquaa he soon goeth busted and lrelhtdown in tbe cow pas turff beside h still waterof tbe broqk He tileth out of the wprld and goeth where His warn ououaU without clothes and the Jait end of that man la worse Â¬ te fbanthtt Kelnnjng Ex tr O Uriul madiclM parjbraa today sail has performed to tba part baW canlury tha as4Utcwr4 ofcoUa eiM4t la U vox mm- - atLiattetstasaal ftft s4 hs Wmwrm W fJMi Jf f WTlM iaf P If your child Is croud or peevish it la prmiL no doubt troubled with lYUJTES JtfEAitf VBRJHirUUE WlU raeaove the worsaaaad its tonic eftaet restore it Mttaral chWrfalsaas Ptte Two workmen at a house were asked by the lady if they could clean pictures Rey E Edwards pastor of the English and what they required for doing the Baptist Church at Minersville Pa whon same On being told that whisky was a suffering with rheumatism was advised very good thing for removing dirt tho to try Chamberlains Paiu Balm He ladv produced some which the workmen A few applications of this lini- Â¬ promptly drank and washed the pictures says ment proved of groat service to me It with soap and wator The lady seemed subdued the inflamatlon and relieved the surprised that whisky would clean pain Should any sufferer profit by giv- Â¬ pictures so nice and said she ing Pain Balm a trial it will please me Its very lucky I happened to have it Foi sale by A R Fisher Cloverport hare its what I bathed my poor little R A Shellman Stepbensport doggie in the night before he died The workmen collapsed Somo Figures Prom Omdurman Give me a liver regulator and 1 can British machine guns at the battle of regulate the world said a genius The Omdurman killed 10400 men At an druggist hauded him a bottle of DeWltts average of 130 pounds per man the guns Little Early Risers the famous little produced in two or three hours while pills Short Haynes the battle lasted 1352000 pounds or 670 tons of Arab had to be buried Suppose What a Railroad Will Do a modern army were told before advanc Â¬ Here are same of the things that a ing to battle that its chief work would be railroad comnany will do They pay tbe Interment of several hundred tons of 5000 for some drunken wretch who gets corpses What effect would this have in on the track and geta hurt when making war less frequent his family is better off without in i him It a cow dies of old age on tho Dr Bulls Cough Syrup cures the right of way they pay 25 for her If a worstcvU Inadsyi stop the running of thi9sa hobo geta on one ot their trains without brtaks tha foyer and banlthes all tendancUa lo wrsrdpotuinonla It U tba quickest ralitver and Cash or a ticket and they have to put hm off he sues for damage md geta curtr of throat and lung ditcaMi 500 They will carry a person 100 mile Sure Thing or 3 They will take a man thatla To snuff out a candle accidentally iaa workjjg J8 hours a day for Hi sign of marriage thehuaia pay him tftftpwr Yes and to turn down a lamp Inten naonth and wprk him tea hoars pa and yet thare aro aorae pJtj bsauVJ a sign ol courtship tl nally tfdana tfeat aro goUag tttrevisi tt wTo ttao tor nriy out ebMttry yelKa aasU rtboad hfUm readily be mistaken for cannon bulls JiPf rdy lrteiW V t It a if ryrrT - 5 T vsr Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY MARCH 1 18TO BRANDENBURG Mrs Mollle D Oarrlco lias returned to Mayfiold Kr I l If County commencement Saturday night at tho Court House is tho Mrs Gardner of Irvlngton guest of Mrs Fon Khodes Miss Bess Lewis has returned from an enjoyable stay in Vino Grove MIbs Eva Hensley ono of Hardlns burgs fairest is a visitor of Mlaa Mary Lewis Choir practice and teachers meeting last Sunday afternoon It was a day of devotion Mrs Charles Casperke and Miss Bot Â¬ tle Olarkson are out after quite an in Â¬ disposition Mrs Geo Olarkson and little grandson have left after a pleasant visit to rela- Â¬ tives here Messrs Barton Ashcraft and Hardesty went to Faynesville last Saturday to tho teachers association Our new music has come and we will get up an entire new program for Easter We will not begin practice till after the meeting I understand Dr and Mrs Wells will leave this week for Maysville We hate to have them go and they leave only friends Miss Lena Drury is visiting ber sister Miss Lenas tine Mrs John Frakes soprano augment the M E choir materially Miss Sallie Owings ia here to attend the meeting Sallie is a dear true en tirely consecrated Christian and we all love to have her with us Rev Mr Duvall has accepted a call to the Baptist church here We all extend him a cordial greeting and hope his stay may redound to the good of all Mr and Mrs Thomas Ditto came in Sunday to church They report the roads fearful Let Meade countys good people agitate the rood question Mrs Dr Pusey has an orange tree in her sittingrootn full of good sized fruit of a beautiful shade between bright russet and deep golden Mrs Pusey has many lovely plants but the late blizzards played havoc with winter iliral treasures in house or pits Mrs Casperke has hyacinths in bloom I never wish to make a false impres- Â¬ sion about anything Misses Sue Owings and Garnett Livers are not here to at tend school as I was informed Sue may come but Garnett has decided not to come Nothing goes in this column that is not received authentically but of course persons can change their minds and intentions I notice in the Youths Department of Courier Journal an interesting letter from Hubert Piggott of Irviugton lie has been reading in the Century of sink Â¬ ing of tho Merrimac by Lieut Hobson and thinks it better than a story book Hubert is a fine gentlemanly youth with superior home advantages His intellec- Â¬ tual mother wields a mighty influence Â¬ Â¬ day with their relatives at Rock Haven last 8undy Mrs Charloy Stith of Ekron visited friends and relatives here last week Judge John Morgan Richardson of Brandenburg was out here lost week on a business trip of Mr and Mrs Frank druggist Irvlngton spent last Sunday with Dr Baxter and family Wanted to exchange eomo naural gas stock for either Irvlngton Creamery stock Brandenburg Oolite stock or L 11 St L capital stock Miss Lena Drurv of Be wloy ville took the train hero Monday morning for Brandenburg where she will visit friends and relatives J G Anderson who has been very sick for the past week is sitting up and we hope that ho will bo able to Boon at- Â¬ tend to his usual business The Christian Endeavor society of Guston will give a candy palling next Thursday night at G J Nefla All aro invited to come and bring your dime as that will be tho price per plate Lee Meyers drummer was here last Sunday and called upon Miss Martin who is the guest 6f Judge Pulliams family From what I can learn Miss Martin is one of the most popular and accomplished young ladies that ever y is ted Guston She hails from Nasi and 1b a characteristic vllle Tenn southern girl Well wasnt the Breckbnkiixib News a Hun last week it had correspond- Â¬ ents from far and near She believes in expansion sure enough It wont be long before Bro Babbage will have a regular correspondent in the Phillipine Islands I have just read the Rev Carter Helm Jones methods of doing away with saloons and herein I gtvo a few of then as they are good indeed First In Â¬ voke the law and use every posdble means to close it Second Stay away from it and keep everyone you can away from it I believe in that moie than the other he says Boycott it Third Not only stay away from it and keep others away from it but Btop creating an appe- Â¬ tite for it How many recruiting stations for the saloon are in the drawing rooms of Louisville trict paid It M Jolly a visit last week They served together In last Senate and are very foud of each other Senator not a candi Dye and Make Over Old Dresses Lumer is a Republican but IIow to date for ro etectlon Who will say now Wraps Eto In the Latest Styles that all Republicans think of ia office holding An edition ol HomeDressmskhig lor itoq has lost A shado of gloom was cast over our been published andlhe UnaCKENniDoa Nawshss made special arrangements to site a copy of the littlo town last Monday when it was book to any of lu readers who send the attached known young Mr Hall had lost his lite coupon with a two cent stamp to Wells Itlcbard Co Butllngton Vt son on tho railroad He was not an entire Home Dressmaking h a i page bonk written stranger here and those who know him COUPON 1130 1 b aa expert dmimaker spoke kindly ofiiim The entire com lully Illustrated and I Bd4 tkll HUMS ttllfng how fashloiable munity sympathise with the aged moth- Â¬ wlih s twa ctnl stamp dresses wraps and suits te Wells Rltkardseai for women and children er father and other dear ones so sudden FREE BOOK ON DRESSMAKING Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A SURE ENOUGH BARGAIN THE IRVINGTON STRONG DURABLE COMPLETE FOR i can be made lr m old gal menu that are out of style Send the coupon at once and et the book bv return mall Wllh this book wilt be sent wilhint charge an Instruction book for home dyeing which will show ou how to make your old clothing look like new by using Diamond Dyes C and metre free by mall sse espy f iisme uirsraawig ly bereft Â¬ set forth With many thanks for favors done God bless all Come in and make yourself at home at your jewelers T 0 Lewis MATTINGLY Hello News were still living Lafe Miller near Hardinsburg was here last week Mud and bad weather is the beginning ol all conversations now B F Frank and wlfo have moved from Clover Creek to this place Mr and Mrs Peyton Eskridge spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr and Alfred Hawkins Dr Wm Howard was called Sunday morning to see Miss Harriet Dohonan who is very sick The continued bod weather will cause the farmers to be greatly behind wth their work this spring George Gray who has been spending a lew days at W N Pates returned to his home near Garfield last week Willie Whitehouse better known as who has been helping Uncle Buck Sam lick the Spaniards received his dis Â¬ charge and returned home last week One of our genial merchants has done considerable improvement on the side- Â¬ walks with planks logs etc of course its nothing like the Asphalt sidewalk they have in targe cities and neither is it us expensive Archie Taul became so disgusted with the recent inclement weather that he packed bis trunk loaded it on a sled and disappeared in the snow and now where he is or how he fares none of us know but somebody cares Mrs Emma Williams who has been visiting her brother J M Mullen for the past month returned to her home at Louisville last week She took back with ber her two eons who have been living with Mr Mullen for the past two years We learn through the papers that the recent cold spell has done considerable damage t0the wheat crop in and around this place I hear but yery little com- Â¬ plaint All of the early sowing is look- Â¬ There ing as well as could be expected is some that was sowed extremely late that will be a total loss Regarding tho fiuit crop it is hard yet to estimate the damage if any In regard to farming there has been scarcely anything done here yet there has been but few plant beds burned A few weeks good weath- Â¬ er would be greatly appreciated by the farmers The Womans Foreign Missionary Society did not bold Its meeting as announced owing to the very inclement weather It is decided to have the meet ing noxt Saturday and with Mrs Orabbo as previously intendod The members are all requested to be present as there is business of an important nature to be at Â¬ Como promptly at 2 oclock tended to We had the pleasure of a little talk with Bro Bigham at the restaurant Sun Â¬ day p m Bro Bigham promises to come and give us a temperance talk soon So look out for announcement and be sure to hear him Ho is fearless in bij denunciation of the evil and his words on Temperance strike deep at the root Surely we need this not only in our immediate community but throughout this broad hnd of ours Â¬ Â¬ SEWING MACHINE G I sHITt fflMiffi III bbBI I I KENTUCKY OUR SPRING GOODS Havo arrived and tho Bolpction is beautiful giving extraordinary bargains in Wo aro OUR MILLINERY DEPARTMENT Is filled with the artistic creationfl of the Milliner art and 1b in charge of a tasteful trimmer from tho city Lawns Shirtings and Ginghams We are Agents for McCormick Binders Mowers and Hay Rakes TOBINSPORT Floyd Whitehead has pneumonia Claud Hayden is very sick with bill inns fever Rey Farrell filled his regular appointment here Sundav Miss Jennie McNaugbton is visiting at Capt Weatherholts Henry Schank is in tho bottom attend ing the protracted meeting Dan Schank and wife of Rome and Misa May Connor are here attending the meeting Rev Murr e holding a protracted meeting here assisted by Bro Nash of Cannelton Miss Grace Allen who has been visit Â¬ ing ber uncle L K Groves returned home Friday Little Ethel Ahl has been very sick with bronchial pneumonia but is better at this writing Miss Marienna Clark oi Cannelton who has been with her aunt Mrs Ryan has returned home Â¬ Â¬ OilJLJLlYlAlN day afternoon with Mrs W W Keith Morris Jolly and Tlios Cain of Irving ton College went down to Sample Friday evening returning Sunday They were visiting Jolly relatives To our good friend Harry we say that wo are soon to restore our coUee mills to their orig nal purpose and already the Helios are hovering in the air Miss Lena Drury went over to Bran- Â¬ denburg Saturday evening to be the guest of her sister Mrs John Frakes for a while Our sincere rrgrets at her de pprturo aro here recorded The man who holds bis own as to courteous gtllantry along the pathway of married lifo is the oue who commands the respect and love of his wife Sho will speak his praise and the praie of her be far aboye rubies Good friends speaking of good books etc to read Bunyans Pilgrims Progress He takes you along tbe is delightful way from tho City of Destruction to the Celestial City in a manner so true as to be both entertaining and instructive The Bewley ville wing of the Irvington B V R 0 organized a club of their own Friday afternoon witn Mrs R B Mc Glotblan president Mrs Chas Drury secretary We were forced to this by the severity of the elements and various other causes just as unsurmountablo We held an interesting meeting and extend invitations to our friends to meet with us next Friday p in with the presi- Â¬ dent The Irvington club meets with Mrs Richard Wrather Saturday p m March 4th Golden Ron Â¬ 1 QH JJ3 HARDINSBURG W II Green well is tearing away the old brick jail Q W Beard went to Keetsville Mo last Saturday Cash gald for country produce Ben jamin Anderson Miss Eva Hensley went to Branden- Â¬ burg last Saturday Judge Mercer went to Cannelton Ind last Friday on ltgal business There are a number of empty toal houses in this town at present Pupils attending the B N college can find board at W H Pates at reasonable figures Mrs Hook came up from tho Palls of Hough to visit her mother Mis Simeon McGary Sell your butter and eugB to Benjamin Anderson Hardinsburg for the highest cash price I have opened the beef business here to stay I want to buy a few beef cat- Â¬ tle Wm Beard Take your butter eggi and poultry to Benjamin Anderson at Hardinsburg and get cash for them My beef sbop ia open at all hours and I endeavor to keep the beet the market affords Wm Beard A good many new scholars are com Â¬ ing in to the B X College The spring session promises to be large llev W B Sneed hoo moved to his farm in the country The house he vacated will be occupied by S A Pate You will want a nice new tin bucket to milk the old cow when she comes to the gap You can buy it at the Eclipse Benjamin Anderson is manag r of the new produce house at Hardinsburg and he pays the highest cash prices for poul- Â¬ try butter eggs and country produce The Ladies Foreign Missionary Soci- Â¬ ety meets with Mrj Y G Babbage next Friday afternoon It being tho time for the annual election of officers a full attendance of members is desired Richard May went to Louisville last Saturday to buy a car of Pittsburg cca There is a slight coal famine on this town Hasnt been a car load here for weeks and there is a bg demand for I Hardinsburg has enjoyed an unusual fine trade since Christmas The mer- Â¬ chants all report good times A great deal of money is being paid out lure every week for tobacco and this seems to be quite a stimulus to trade Dont you know that you can buy groceries from the Eclipse Grccery Com piny cheaper than you can anywhere else in the town and have them deliver- Â¬ ed at vour door free If you dont come in and well show you how its done Miss Mattie IlerBt who has b eu teach Â¬ ing in the primary department at the B N College returned to her home near last Friday Cannelton Ind Mua Herat will not return hut will be suc- Â¬ ceeded in the work by Miss Eva Cash man Mention should have been made in this column last week of the Mason o bmquet given by the members of the Masonic Lodge in this place on Monday night oft e 20h The writer was not present but from reports it was a sumr tuous aftatr There were a number of the Gloverport lodge present Natural mechanics and practical ex Â¬ perience are the fuudlmental principles in doing a thing right In repairing a watch a clock a ring spectacles silver ware all kind of musical instrument Hcaall articles of jewelry Ac The abova qualities are very needful with square tterllug veraltllity and with thl motto as our guarantee we ask a favorable con deration and we will do what la above Â¬ Mrs Tom Allen who has been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs 0 0 White-Â¬ head has returned to her home in Louisville Â¬ Richard Xewman spent Friday night and Saturday with friends here and went to Hawesville Sunday to sse his beet girl Rev J F Winchel joined his wife here and spent a few days with friends and returned to thoir home in Rockport Ind Thursday John Simons who has had typhoid fever at Canijeltn took a notion he wanted to come home and as they failed to come after liim he rode home horse back The meetings at the Methodist church which have been in progress for a week will continue through this week Broth- Â¬ er Bigham has delivered fine sermons in his own forceful fearless courageous style He doesnt ask for endorsement for all his utterances but he wages a gos Â¬ pel fight against sin in every form He has made a favorable impression has large congregations and the church ex- Â¬ pects telling results from this series of Brother Hushing is leading Berroons the Eong services which are most enj y able GfARFIELD Mrs P H Webb is on the sick list James Nichols has moved in with his mother Joo Moredock was to see his best girl Sunday i Georgo Hook was out calling Sunday afternoon Mr Yirgal Sbith is still in our midst and he is a jolly boy Allie Weatberford was the guest of Miss Elizt Hook Sunday ove Mrs Kate Jarrett of 8tephensport is visiting relatives here this week Miss Eliza Rjacv entertained a number at her home for dinner last Wednesday Miss May Gjayconib was the guest of Miss Lottie Comptoa a fow days lost week Mr and Mrs Robt Weatberford of Harnod spent Sunday with Mrs F M Board Miss May Claycomh was called home to tho bedside of her father who is very sick at this writing Misses Essie B runner and Bettie Jones two of Ekrons fairest were visiting friends here last week D R M Smith has been quite sick but wearegloU to say be is much im- Â¬ proved at this writing Warren Macy has accepted a position in Louisville j We are all sony to see Warren leave ior he was one of our jolly good boys Arthur Smith visited his father D R M Smith last week Aurtber had been gone from home ten years Quite a number of his old friends called to see him Sunday aiternoon and welcomed him home IRVINGTON Sunday school were both well attended Sunday H M Jolly spent several days in Lou- Â¬ isville last week Mr and Mrs Piggott spent several days in Louisville last week Miss Cora Anderson of Guston is spending a few days with Miss Lena Simmons Mrs Gardner and Lamar are in Bran- Â¬ denburg attending tho big revival in progress there now Joe Clavcomb has been quite seriously ill for some time He is some better at this writing I hear We hope he will soon be entirely recovered Morris Jolly and Tom Cain went to Sample Friday night and returned Sun Â¬ day p m Tbey had a nice visit and met many kind friends and relatives who treated then nicely Ttiere have been a number of additions to our school recently We are glad of this for we are anxious to retain ProL Crabbn and his excellent wife as teachers and we appreciate their capability Mrs Frank who has been ill for some- Â¬ time past is sufficiently recovered to make a trip to see ber brother at Gus-Â¬ ton of which we are truly glad We always ruias Mrs Frank from her church work as she is a faithful worker Louis and Edwin Jolly made a flying trip to Louisville Saturday Of course they had a good time and came home loaded down with purchases from the ten cent store What a boon that ten cent store is to little boys when in Lou Â¬ isville Hon T G Lumer of Dinsmore Ky State Senator from 7th Senatorial dis- Â¬ GUSTON Sig Loeb made a flying trip to the city and back Sunday Miss Cora Lee Anderson was visiting in Irvington last week Co bum Richardeon was at home on a visit from Lexington school Jessie Cunningham came up Sunday from Irvlngton to see his mother Misses Essie Bruner and Bettie Jones of Ekron are visiting MIbs Helen Pol- Â¬ lock Mr and Mrs Ollie Cundiff spent the Sacrificed to Blood Poison Those who have never hod Blood Pol son can not know what a desperato con dltlon ft can produce This terribli dlseaso which the doctors aro totally unable to euro is communicated from ono generation to another inflicting its taint upon countless innocent ones Some yenra ago I was Inoculated with poison by a nurse who Infected my babo with blood Ulnt The little ono was unequal to tee struggle and 1U life was yielded up to the earful poison For six Ions years I suf fercd untold misery I was corered with sores and ulcers from bead to foot and no language can express my feelings of woe during those long yean I had the beat medical treatment Sev Â¬ eral physicians succes sively treated me but all to no purpose The mercury and potash seemed to add fuel to the awful flame which was devouring me 1 was advised by 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is anxious to team bow to avoid the pain and suffering which may be in store for her The littlo book Before Baby la Born will be ent free to any address upon application to the Bratlr field Regulator Co Atlanta Georgia BEOOMINO A MOTHER A Sure Way to Avoid Danger Every true woman wants to bo a From Louisville he goes to Cin Â¬ concert and they will be sure to have a Â¬ success vention Miss Lula Cowley went to Irvington Mrs Frank Peyton and little daughter shopping Saturday Falls of Rough are visiting Mrs D O Elijah Ashcraft is improving rapidly Moorman is able to Bit up some Miss Eula Miller and Cy Miller were Mrs Davii Young was a pleasant visi- Â¬ guests of Misses Lutle and Hallie Moor- Â¬ tor at Ashcraft Sunday man Sunday A D and E B ABhcraft called on the Mrs Joe Mattingly is spending this MIes Robisons Sunday eve week at Harnod and HardlnsburK visit Mrs Funkhouser of Charleston Ind ing friends and relatives is visiting her sister Mrs Day People who have lived in Glendeane James Wiles ol Paynesville called on for years say that last Sunday is the first Clara Ashcraft Sunday ove time they ever knew W 0 Moorman to The majrity of the people of this miss Sunday school if at home and able community are anxious for a telephone to go Such a record is equal to volumes Miss Sallie Basket visited her sister of praise Mrs B F Bewley a few days last week The faithful eg iaying hen had to lay Henry Neafus and family visited their off through the extreme cold weather The Courier Journal estimates that hor parents J H Cowley and family Sun Â¬ quitting work amounted to a loss of oue day Mrs Robert Hendrick and daughter million dollars in the United States Miss Hettie went to Irvington Wednes Â¬ Truly the little things count A L Wells Connty Judge of Grayson day Mrs Sue Res returned home Wed county is visiting at Dr Dempsters his Progressive popular meri nesday after a visit to her Bister Mrs old home torious he has the distinction of being Henry Neafus the only Republican elected in his county Misses Hettie Hendrick and Lula at the laBt election We welcome people Ashcraft were the gueBts of Wm Dugan of his type and hope he may get what- Â¬ and family Monday ever he wants so long as a member of his J D Ashcraft and wife were the party is elected guests of their mother Mrs Jesse Asht craft Thursday night YELLOW LAKE I can say I enjoy reading letters from all the correspondents in the News bnt Harry Storms is seriously ill at pres- Â¬ I think that Irvington and Bewleyvllle are in the lead and hope to see a piece ent from each of them every week But R H McMullin went to Louis Dr perhaps if some of the rest of ns lived in yllle lost Monday as lively a town as Irvlngton wo would Ken Rhodes has been very much in- Â¬ have more news to write GLENDEANE disposed with lagrippe for several days Mr Bob Rhodes came home last FriWade Pile Is here STEPHENSPORT Â¬ Mack Peyton was in town a little while day from Jeflersonvillo on a weeks vaca tion Sunday evening The weather ia too changeable to Miss Clara Cannon of Planters is the mention Herbert Beard was here Sunday the guest of her sister Mrs Jim Mav for guest of Miss Irene Board General choir practice at I H Paynes several days Friday evening Elza Moore of McDaniels is in school Work has again been resumed on Mr taking the teachers course Servlcos were held in the M E church Cliff Mattingly a house They expect to Sunday by the pastor John Smith many years a resident get movedby Easter here has moved to Grayson county Little Palmer Lewis is oick and report Uncle Tomrale Parsons is in a very Fred McDonald went to Henderson feeble state of health this winter ho is ed to have the measlep Friday to visit his brothers and siBters Yes it is frees up thaw up blow up some better at this writii g and fourthly and lastly bnrn up Miss Hallie Moorman is spending this Mies Mary Hafley returned home a few week with Mies Eula Miller Hardine Miss Lena Payne will teach a spring days since from an exteuded viait with butg school commencing Monday next Misses Cannon Planters the Dr McMullen McDaniels boarded the F O Ferry of the L H St L Plenty of measles everywhere The train here Sunday afternoon for Louis families of Ken Rhodes and Will Storms spent a few day in town this week One of our soldier boys John E Hiner are sick with measles in tbia locality Bent Dockery has taken Nelae Quig- - returned home Sunday looking well tM aw iS kXil gW place in Jarbers store Mr Quig- - Kyle Adkisson who has been with his gma ia making his home at Dr McMul father for sometime has returned to Guston llns Charlie Moot was in town last week Mr Freddie Cannon seems to bo get ting over the hurt ho received by falling interviewing the merchants on the sub Â¬ The Leading Specialists of America some weeks g He Is able to be out ject of dry goods 20 YEARS IN OHIO again We look with suspicion at the Old 250000 CORED Owing to the inclemency of the weath- Â¬ Ohio believing she will soon cause er and very bad roads Father Gabo did heaps of trouble in the land WECURE EMISSIONS not come out from Hardinsburg to give ilemornliiliiir to A Crawford has been confined to his Knthlnr can lo innro roung or mlddlo agej men than tbo iircs- church at Long Lick last 4th Sunday room for several days with rheumatism produce weakness norvouinwi n feollng How we are longing for those bright but we trust to soon boo him out of disgust and a whole train of symptoms pleasant days of warm sunshine end the They unfit a man for nuilaes married M Blniu and son Klrby mado a busi Â¬ mo ana social nappiners no inauer presence of the joful martin which ness trip to Oklahoma last week wnemer causeu vy evu nauns in youio return- Â¬ natural weaanesa or sexuai eiceste our would tell us that Spring was here aud ing Saturday reporting a good time and flew Method i reatment will lxmtlrciy that these cold dreary disagreeable days fine country cure you of winter are over NO PAY NO It is astonishing to see the amount of Though late in reporting the death of pufl and blow some people Reader you tieoJ helo Harlv abuse or are possÂ¬ may have weakened you oxeeisoi Mrs Tom Parsons it is with no less de Â¬ essed Sxposurt may havo diseased you You of and tbo best way to bluff them Mew Method are not safe til cured Our gree of respeut and sympathy Mrs ia to bring tho very thing they have will cure you You run no rlk Parson died yery suddenly at her home been blowing so much about wanting In near McDaniels the 0th She appeared tbelr reach and watch the back down or Younsr Stan You are nale feeble in perfect health Saturday night when crawfish and haggard nervous Irritable and ex- on tjunday morning early she waaetrlck ciiaoie i on oecome lorgeiiui morose and despondent blotches and pimples LOOKOUT en with paralysis and died Monday sunken eyes wrinkled face stooping form and downcast oountinanoo reveal Aunt Kittiu was reaching an advanced nouligutotyourexlsteuce sg she was the daughtor of old Mr Cold colder coldoit WECURE VARICOCELE Buckie Spencer and was a noble wife and Ko matter hoir rdttoul vour caso tnav L T Roberta is quite ill at this writ mother as well as a most excellent neigh- Â¬ be or how long you may hare had It our KBV MKTWJl illMATMKNl Vlll i mi bor Owing to the inclemencv of thn ing curs It Tho wormy veins return to tbeir normal condition and nonce tin We are glad to eay MrHarvevEifirllah weather and illness of Mr Parsons the sexual orgaus reoelvo proixr nourish h- funeral was preached at the family resi Â¬ Is convaeiing meat The organs boooiao vllallied oil unnatural drains or locei cease and dence and the remains were interred in The old men of his vicinity preset a manly powers return Ko icinporur benefit but a permanent cure juiurod Pleasant Hill cemetery late In the even Â¬ fine apple crop the year following NO UUHK NO PAY NO OPliltA v NO TiklTN ing of the day following her death TION NKCKHSAIIY Rav Beare will begin a protracted a ion imoii jiusiXEss meeting in Roberta Bottom right aooy CURES GUARANTEED ASHCRAFT Amos Whltworth still faltllla IMreg We treat and cure HYllllUK I ular appointment at Mr Philip FlochX BTHiafnilK VAllIOOOBLK SKMI L Mrs Glide Domer is on the sick list every Sunday a m NAb IjOSJKS illjAUDKU AlI KH f n bi UIKUCS n o u Jj i A T 1 1 K uiJ James Hendnck went to Brandenburg KIHIHH 1ltKK MIBB Mrs John Cauarv and Mm riiiu OlIABOKd MODBftATK if unable to call Aionuay Wheeler were the guesta pAfr Oajijo for a OUTrOK 1JLANK for iioflfi We are sorry to say that Mri John SlffonedaylaatweeTUKATMUNT k- -Pike la no better Bob French went to QioyerporosT a The farmers aro all busy sowing grass b isluesa trip oaa day fast falL afcopjpt and cloyer seed 122 W FOURTH ST hK himself and ono p hhj nearest awlth CINCINNATI O 6cliol closes at Fair Mount Vrit bars Dob save If you want hIWSIaJ- rSgjmrMrM JM rafjWylsjrTsrr3SjsjTjra MarqU 3rd Thay are preparing atlowprlcgotOtew ct forj vil e cinnati to attend a National Labor Con Â¬ Â¬ i aB aTS aB DEKK Â¬ CURE 250000 CURED i rrs Kennedys Kergan V MjiWf jLtiffr TTWJiras fead