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Digital page images are linked to the text file. v F H THE BREOKENRIDGE ALxL NEWS 1899 THR NElWS THATS FIT TO PRINT KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 8 BOOfl IN RELIQION VOL XXIII r OLOVEKPOKT A MARRIED MAN NO 34 ON THE A COUNTY 1 THRESHOLD James Buckby and Miss OIlio Howard United FAIR Forty Converts Join the Church at Clifton Mills State Evangelist B T Watson has just closed a vory successful meeting at Clif ton Mills The event lasted ten days Tho attendance was largo despite the in Â¬ clement weather There wero forty ad Â¬ ditions to the church and others are uu der conviction Â¬ A SURE ENOUGH BARGAIN THE IRVINGTON I t V I I Engfneer James Buckby is now a Bon Public School Graduates Deliver edict Breckenridge Will Have the Old The marriage ceremony that made Interesting Essays Fashioned Kind James Buckby and Miss Ollle Howard man and wife occurred at Owenaboro Tlie fleado Commencement a Brilliant Wednesday afternoon Stock Has All Been Subscribed and It Alfalr The bride is a beautiful Fordsyille girl Is a Go Henderson and the groom n handsome The County Commencement passed off Route engineer It begins to look as if Breckenridge They are spending their honeymoon at Miss Ituth Phillips most auspiciously county will have a real old fashioned fair a flvo dollar gold Pensacola Fla received tho priz this year piece awarded ber by the judges Mr S A Pate of Hardimburg informs us Goodnight of the Nkwb Miss Caro Sears that all the stock necessary for the or Â¬ Partridge ot Irvlngton and Mr Weaver ganization of the filr company has been enperintendent of schoos at Corydon taken Ind for delivery expression and orig Tho articles of incorporation will bo at lnality once filed and recorded Mr Wm Mclntiro prcsontod the gold The best farmers and business men in piece tho county are stockholders Hailstones Were Built On a Gen- Â¬ Miss Etbol King second prize a sold QAS BOOH erous Plan pen presented by G H Oasperke Miss Ethel also received a Websters Unabridged dictionary at tho examina- Â¬ They Broke Skylights at the Shops Fields About West Point to Be De- Â¬ tion in January for greatest general aver- Â¬ veloped and Injured Trees age presented by H 0 Woodson Ileiman 1 S Richardson Yeakel A gas boom has struck tho section This section received a terriflic poundCo and Brandenburg Novitt Gongh around West Point ing last Friday Normal all gave prizjs which have been Capitalists from Muncle and Alexan- Â¬ When the Oldest Inhabitant saw the mentioned before dria are leasing the gas territory in that size of the hail stonos that fell he was The musical program in charge of Miss amazed section with a view to developing it successfully car Daisy 0 Mclntire was They intend to spend considerable Sqme of the missies from the clouds rled out measured an inch and a quarter in dia- Â¬ money in thoroughly testing the field for Her pupils Misses Linnie Moromen oil Benlah Fontaine meter Rnodes Virginia The greatest damage done in this sec- Â¬ Lillian Enloe and Jlmmie Lee Woolfolk tion was to shade and fruit trees Limbs sang and played creditably and twigs were lopped ofl as neatly as if Tho yourg ladies Mies Daisy invited done with an axe to assist acquitted themselves with good The glass in the sky lights of the round effect houso was broken aud tbe floors were The feature of tho program was the flooded so deep that it threatened to ex- Â¬ brilliant instrumental music by Miss tinguish the Partrkg of xrvlogton and Miss Daisy gine room fires In tho stationary en Barns Struck by Bolts at Bran- H 1 STRONG DURABLE COMPLETE FOR DISTRICT CONVENTION Delegates Selected to Go to Hop kinsville Weather Affected Attendance at floss fleeting The railroad convention at the court- Â¬ house at Hardlnsburg was not very largely attended last Saturday The delegates selected to represent Breckenridge county at the Democratic district convention at Hopkinsville on Â¬ SEWING MACHINE Have arrived and tho selection is beautiful giving extraordinary bargains in BIG AS 111 Wo arc Pit If HENS EQOS 11 KENTUCKY OUR SPRING GOODS Lawns Shirtings and Ginghams We are Agents for McCormick OUR MILLINERY DEPARTMENT will be filled with the artistic creations of the Milliners art and bo in chargo of a tasteful trimmer from tho city Â¬ March 10 are Binders Mowers and Hay Rakes Whitworth chmi Gus Brown sec J Delegates D R Murray Dr Milt Board Jesse Whitworth D H Severs Gus Brown Claude Morcerj Ken Rhodes W C Moorman Jas Hambleton John Cook MiLe Blaine B HORSES KILLED denburg UjLllLijlYIixlN HARDINSBURG Mra D H 8evera waa CX UU Over ADDITIONAL LOCAL in the city Mr Adkins of Sample was Tuesday Read tho Mattirgly correspondents They are views on the road question Â¬ Â¬ Mclntire I Both received rousing encores and re- Â¬ sponded with sweet familiar airs The opening chorus included most of our young people and was good Miss Mary Lewis sang Holy City with which we are all familiar very sweetly Miss Lena Drury rendered a vocl num Â¬ with much feeling ber unanswered Her pronunciation and articulution aro Both young ladies most excellent were cordially called back Miss Lena Neyitt in her rich Bweet control to tonus sang a sweet ballard Tho day thats gone can never come Lena is only in her never come again toenB whose voice is yet to bo cultivated but there only waits culture for flao J splendid LiaHTNINQS FREAKS Hits a Barn But Does Not Injure the Sheep Lightning indulged in many freakish capers on the hills east of Brandenburg last Friday A dozen or more trees wero struck within a radiuB of one mile of Dupintown A sheep bam on the Frank Â¬ lin Ditto farm was struck and a post was as neatly grooved as if the work bad been done by an expert artizau Twenty two head of sheep sheltered in the barn were uninjured Mra results Miss Minnie Bland was perfectly at home as an accompanist Mr A 0 Burtons address to the graduates was interesting instructive and of course witty and original Mr W D ABhcraft presented the diplomas with most appropriate compli- Â¬ mentary remarks to graduates and citi Â¬ zens for county co operation Have You Had the Grip Death ot lira Satzcr Mary Satzer aged seventy years FOR SALE Blank Deeds and Mort- Â¬ gages and all forms of legal blanks Negros Fingers Were Split by a Breckenridge News Office Flash Mrs A M Vance of Pierce City Mo nee Miss Mary Dean has arrived in the Lightning in a freakish mood clayed city to visit her parents Mr and Mrs havoc at Branden burg Friday John Dean The electrical fluid seemed to have an RODE THE QOAT especial spite against horses A horse belonging to Tom Roberts that was quartered in a stable on tbe Three Men Have Fun With Old Billy William Lewis place was killed The stable owned by Mr Kirtley was set afire and burned by the lightning The following rough riders had fun Two horses that were inside were killed with the goat at the K of P lodge the Dick Moseley a colored man had two other night fingers split by lightning He has joined John Phelan Henry Armatrong Sam the church p r died at Big Bend Meade county Sun Â¬ day a week ago and her funeral occurred last Thursday Mrs Satzer was one of the most highly esteemed and cultured ladies in Meade county and her death was a severe blow to her relatives and friends She was the mother of Mrs Addison of Addison Ky Tbe bereav- Â¬ ed ones have the heartfelt sympathy of all IN THE NECK Porter and FrankEuglish These gentlemen are now knights of the realm ot Pythianism Anderson Gets a Splinter Where the Hen Got the Ax SUDDEN DEATH If you have you probably need a reli- Â¬ able medicine like Foleys Honey and Tar to heal your lungs and stop the rack- Â¬ ing cough Incidental to this disease A It Fisher Cloverport Dr D P Park Webster E A Witt Hardlnsburg Will Be Engineer is currently reported that Wick De It Haven and Russell Brash ear are slated for promotion from firemen to engineers Both are on the Henderson Route painstaking employees conscientious and merit promotion They will proba bly get their new positions next month Death of firs It R Smith Â¬ Mrs Smith tho wife of H R Smith Better of Ekron died February 11th She was One of the most important deals in sixty years of age and was one of the beat residents of Meade county She farm property made in this section in Little Ray Heyser has passed the criti- Â¬ hadahoatiof friends and relatives who recent years was conauniated last week cal stage of her illness She is slowly when Jesse Herndon of near Irvington mourn her loss Mrs Foster Heyser is also Improving purchased the old Herndon homestead recovering from her illness The estate embraces 400 acres and the Miss Laura Yeager is still in about tbe consideration was 18000 same condition that she was A host ot friends wish her a speedy recovery CRIB UNROOFEB While Allen Anderson of Guston was walking over his farm during the storm Saturday a bolt of lightening struck a Of Thos Heyser a Leitchfield larga locust tree within twenty steps of Hotel Man him The shock dazed him considerably A splinter from the tree struck him on Bid RIVER the neck leaving a slight wound Was the Father of F T Heyser of CHEAP TALK The Ohio River Is Full and Qolngon This City a Tear There Will Be StrongTelephone Com- Â¬ Thomas Heyser one of the best known Tho indications are that we are going petition men in Kentucky died suddenly of to have a big river heart disease at Leitchfield Monday The old Ohio now only lacks a few feet The lines of the Harrison Telephone morning of being banks full Undo Tom aa he was known to the company have been completed into the Aa yet no damage has been reported travelling public was the proprietor of city and now Cloverport has another toll but people are preparing to move out of line to Owensboro There will be big the Heyser House at that place for the the low lands fearing a repetition of the competition in longdistance talkfacilitltB past twenty five years floods of 1884 He was sev tnty slx years of ago and here this summer left three sons and a daughter BIQ DEAL THE SICK Foster Heyser of this city is a son of the deceased and went to Leitchfield The Old Herndon Homestead Bought All the Afflicted Ones Are Getting Monday to attend the funeral for 8ooo Obituary Notices 5c per line To Improve Road Bed It is reported that vury extensive im provements are to be mado on the road When bed of the Fordsville branch completed tho physical condition of the road will be excellent Â¬ Â¬ Only the First Step is Difficult t step- Quarterly court next Monday 15 here laat Friday You will now seek a good investment for your savinB The best known Jones Mercer was at home Saturday investment is improved Real Estatu Secure your ground and write to and Sunday Casli gaid for country produce Ben jamin Anderson There ia a big show billed for the city bull March 10 Miss Manie Witt of Cloverport is vis Â¬ iting Mrs J A Witt All kinds of fresh gardon and flower Long Distance Telephone 494 seeds Eclipse Grocery Co Riv J W Biuharu returned from Brandenburg last Saturday Sell your eega to Benjamin Anderson Uardinaburg for the highest cash price Hev A H Davis will begin a meeting at the M E church next Sunday night Robert Johnson son of Mr and Mrs J It Johnson came up laBt Sunday from Cloverport If you dont see it in tho Nkwb you can probably find it at the Eclipse Grocery Company Chats Better keep away from the court house pulled out if you dont want the bristles of your hido I have opened the beef business here to stay 1 want to buy a few beef cat- Â¬ tle Win Beard Mr Baker of the Green Flag Bargain A Store has just been to Louisyillo to pur Â¬ new goods chase My beef shop is open at all hours aud I endeavor to keep the best the market affords Wm Beard They have a splendid choir at the M E church South under tbe direction of Mrs Thomas Withers Quarterly meeting of tho M E church South will he held here the first Satur day and Sunday iti April Mary Emma the little daughter of Dr J T Baker has been quite sick for several daya with pneumonia Ex Deputy Sheriff Charlea Miller is offering his farm for sale Austin Brown has partially contracted for it If youve never had a fuss with the ALL old lady since you have beon married tbiugs have been dull mound tho prem Â¬ ises you wish in Repairs Give Do not put off Miss Eva Cashman has charge of the Avill primary department at tho B N College your order so when you need the machine ready to go and she is a very capable young lady Â¬ Tkc Vr JP LUMBER PRGESON SASH BLINDS FOR WILL COMPANY LOUISVILLE Etc KY ATTENTION FARMERS lowest prices and have the largest stock of Northern White Northern Black Oats Timothy Red Top Clover and Blue Grass Remember we are always in the lead with FERTILIZERS Car Load of Tobacco and Corn Grower Oliver and Plows Corn Planters both check rowers and one horse drills Browns and Moline Parallel Steel Beam Cultivators both riding and walking One horse One and Two horse Five Tooth Cultivators Tooth and Disk Harrows McCormick Binders and Mowers and Steel Hay Rakes Stalk Cutters and Sulky Plows In fact Anything in the Implement Line KINDS OF HARVESTING it us be IMPLEMENTS of Every Description Chill REPAIRS FOR MACHINERY what The first should be to 1wusexffom stirring up the lazy liver and driving all im suggest One Minute Haynes Begin today to ways reliable and safe Short from The hard wind nndrala Friday un- Â¬ Euritiea pimples the body boils blotches blackheads complexion by taking roofed and destroyed a corn crib be and that sickly bilious Death of John Kelser All druglonging to John Jennings near Hltes Cancarets beauty for ten cents 25c 60c Â¬ gist satisfaction guaranteed 10c Run John Kelser a well known citizen of Badly Hurt Considerable loss resulted aa a large this city died Sunday of consumption quantity of corn stored In the crib waa While trimming apple trees in tbe after a prolonged illness Ho was about injured Ashcraft neighborhood last week u limb forty years of age and left a wife and one fell on Davis Ashcrafts hand and inflict Â¬ child His funeral took place Tuesday Inmates the weak strong as nervous Foleys Honey and Tar Cough Medi- Â¬ ed a yery painful wound Ha and bis It cine Is unquestionably the best remedy wife are now with their parents Mr and men and women gladly testify BLOOD CURE SENT FREE cures all blood diseases as thousands for the Throat and Lungs Pleasaut to Mrs- - J HCowley of cured Yoluntarlly write It ia Just tho tako and is puarantkid A R Fisher A Cure for Blood and Skin Diseases Eoze medicine for you as you wU gladly say Uloverportf Dr D P Parks Webster A New Enterprise mi Pimples Scrofula Blood Poison after you have given it a fair trial E A Witt Hardlnsburg Cancer Eta Custer has a new store John Cook Woo- d- Although Bd am thoroughly well paat 70 years qt rMPirllUi patent mtdl ot Rosetta have formed n If you hv tried and Alf Taylor It wa three ace I A Baby Boy clnct and doctored and still have old periitcnt partnership and have put in a handsome plmplca diitroitlnir eiuptlonk of the skin orei bottles of Hoods Sarsaparllla that made Mr and Mra Charles Gibson of the stock of fit ods over them Both are live arm or 1K iichinr notation Irritating akin me so after spending oyer fCO In medical ccwta acrofula ulcart contajioua blood Run neighborhood are the proud wide awake business mn and will make troublei favar aoraa mercurial rhaumailain catarrh attendance Mr trouble was a raw sore on flites polaoo Ma bow Court parents ot r fine baby boy It mado its my ankle bolls bca coverai with mile aorta cancer r any Mas Louisa 11 B U atrial becaiia llt a success blood taint than gl Street Lowell Mass 20 inaueiurjutisucu if iv uoiamc uioou 1 ii After worrying four appiararce February Running or and It euros to stay cured thoia stubborn caits diacaaea Ooue to Paris Jiclnea lailevan blood montbs I gave my children Hoods that otbunllirir Struck aTrw All aboie named troublaa ar vldeuca It cured them of running sores tobtoeflt 12 Brashear has gone to Paris Mrs M of bad diitaaad blood la tha body and 111111 Ilooda Fills cured me of dyspepsia aud During the storm Friday lightning Ky to visit her sister Mrs Cora Llvar cures became It forces all the poison or Impurity or Mas Kats K Thomas 31 constipation blooo humors out of tha bodybonts and autlra ays Governor St Annapolis Md struck a tree opposite Jho Weatherholt who is in very delicate health tern To remoTB all doubt of its power to cur w offer to send to any aurroreraeauiple bottle of 11 fl property Inthelloweripart of town which JJ l O is an old well tried B absolutely tVe ao I bad atoconsumptive cough advised re remedy benco we know that It cuiea o stay cured to HeosIerdoM Was Went to a skeleton oo4 me for thupenr la cured byUU B years ago ar wall Backward itetoHeoeVa SarMparllla wfeie I did and Will Hook aud Elijah Johnson visited to day and free from all blood input ttea well mwirM stomal Health I have lpen Cor EatUp Sorti MATHKA CtaMtr ill m ttaNCktsstut Bis BatMMWAKw Ind The unlowird reasfaer will throw tba the latters daughter Mrs Clarence JsffersoeTille Cancer ol Note Iid fare esror neck external a4 farmers a month late with their work in Hook at Gas Cty Ind lac wekv or internal cmcer bleeding eating soreaare all this section cuiad by B 11 II the moat powerful biiKuS puri Winters accumu Â¬ lations Hoods Sarsaparilta does this work easily It is Greatest Spring Americas Medicine It purifies the blood as mittons of people say la No weak lungs pain in the chest difficult in Spring The Storm Damages a Lot of Fine Clean blood means a clean skin beauty without it Catcarcts Candy Cathar- breathing croup or hoarseness let us Cora i cleanse Natures tic clean your blood and keep it clean by f Cough Curo Al Â¬ Â¬ ircnuty illooa Deep If you have a cough throat irritation M Beard have where from Cincinnati just returued they have been to purchase a big stock Co of spring goods for B F Beard Missionary Society The Young Ladies rueota with Mrs Withers next Saturday There will be an election ol o Hi cere and a full attendance of members ia desired Mrs Charlie Miller is expectod home soon frura California where she has been visiting her daughter She will go to housekeeping in her property in the south end ol town Rev B T Watson the state evannel Presbyterian 1st for the Cumberland church baa just closed a very successful revival at Clifton Mills There were forty additions to the church 0 E Haswell and P QUARTER LEATHER TOP BUGGY A BEAUTY BUSBIES - 40 It will and a beauty pay you 5 Other Jobs Surreys Etc Each a bargain Dont fail to come and look before buying Tobacco Canvas lc yard and up DICK KENTUCKY shape to engage In it permanently To ttis end be has been making some passes at Mr Leunln for the purchase of the Lunuin hotel property It was rumored last week that the deal had been made up to Saturday evening the necessary ptvfra had not been signed Thftefcd tyfaot off however and it may MrJU to lelied this week Mr Lannin sU bis property becausu ot hat oag serjee Jn the Vijneaa apdrillliigbaas to Ttflri or a isljlk jjlfc xewetr la very desirable aud baa a fiaa ma el he inaas Bold 80 Son of Glemloane Jesse L Owen headof cattle In Louisville Inst week average weight per head 1180 They were price 4 05 per hundred bought by a Bluu Grass dealer who paid 4100 for them DlsconttaueJ the evening trjln You usednt go oui ana up in i In tb snow o In the rain Discontinued the eTenlog train Discontinued ihs evening ADDISON ADDISON yourself at homo at O Lewis our jeweler Sana-barilla-a- -- rrl XJL 9mnJo I I catxaBMBMete QZflStfttfB CXmZMUtZtM The merchants ot this town arelmvlng heavy stocks of goods for the Boring The indications for better time-bonNatural mechanics and practical ex- - trade stronger prices for all markeUblo are tbe undamentaliprinclplfi Science a thing right In repairing a wares alruObt insures a larger fdiNnanq HarilBfburg for goods than heretofore waicn a ciock a ring upeciacicej Diirvf la a csJitralpolrit and aha baa a Iswgfefcir ware all kinds ot musical Instruments ritory to draw upon The businewrnen nroall articles ol Jewelry etc the above hopeful view of the situation aro very needful with square have a YMAO ITnwvta tulif t tiaa IAun viitintrifF fier maday All drogglsts sell H BBat i per aaallllesversatility and with thlsjuotto Ratfr aat CkattM For trial bottle Med two atamoa lo larva bottle vorable torn e of II II H will aaoaraiiafWitsxi Wa B O BentV U brakemau on the pay postage and a sample Address WMOO BALM VnfctfcfatXive beaentbirelurotmil Broach anil Jck Board baa been CO Ji J Mitchell SU Atlanta Oa Describe your et forth With many thanka for favors nasi lias necoine bo mm piuaaau wuu symptom and free personal medical advice will be dona God blsaa all Corns ia and make the business that be thinks of getting la tfaaafcrrftdtotlMWMk train aire H Â¬ Knocked pot ihe n wsboisvoni ltd Knocked out the Tlmei nail Evening Post No evening news at all at all trln bt dsks AutioA4iAldo TpGBtt rZ24ttttifr53QGtttttt 8 IP DAD HAD PLENTY OP MONEY of money my dear My what a good daddy hod bo Hed buy ovrytbing In tho worl 1 I daddy liad plenty It daddy had plenty of inonoy I bet Hed be thoest daddy on earth They wouldnt be anythln we couldnt get No matter how much it was worth To play circus with hod get us the sky purty near An glvo it to Murry and me Hod git ua the creek fer to wade in byilngat An down by tho ford whoro it ripples an aings Hod strain out the sunshine an song an make things To play with fer Murry an mo My what a good daddy hed be An hed buy us the trees If Murry would tease If daddy had plenty of money 1 To make beads for Murry tho stars upon high To have pillow fights with the clouds that blow by No matter how much they was worth Hod be tho beet daddy on earth Why hod buy ua the moon Fer a souvenir spoon II daddy had plenty of money If daddy haint got any money I guess He wouldnt soil Murry an me Were tow headed skoeBickses thats what he says An scalawags An nen when Riddles ride by in their rig Ithout any children el daddy feela big An tells ma he wont for a farm an a pig Swap off sister Murry an mo Were skecBickses thats what wo be But Murry an mo Are his fortune says he If daddy haint got any money thats what we be Le Kansas City 8tar 3M3 I in deep mourning and standing no close to hor mouth without raising the veil to tho door that her face almost touched put it down again untastod and burst glass The upper part of her figure was Into tears carefully rnofll nl In a black shawl as if I know she Bald sobbing aloud for the purpojo of concealment and hor that what I say to yon now seems like Tomorrow mornlaio was shrouded by a thick black veil the ravlngi of fever She stood perfectly erect hor figure was ing ho of whom I speak will bo I know drawn up to its full height and though though I fain would think otherwise tho surgeon felt that the oyes beneath beyond the reach of human aid and yet the voll were fixed on him she stood to night though ho Is In deadly porll perfectly motionless and evinced by no ou must not we and could not servo geaturo whatever the slightest conscious him I am unwilling to Incrnaso your dis- Â¬ ness of his having turned towards her said tho surgoon after a short he In Â¬ tress Do you wish to consult me by making any comment on quired with somo hesitation holding pause open tho door It opened inwards and what you have just Bald or appearing therefore tho action did not alter the deal roue to Investigate a subject you are position of the figure which still re Â¬ so anxious to conceal but there is an Inconsistency in your statement which I mained motionless on the same spot Tills She slightly inclined her head in tok- cannot reconcile with probability person is dying to night and I cannot en of acquiescence The Burgeon drew a chair to the fire boo him when my assistance might pos and motionedthe visitor to a seat The sibly avail you apprehoud it will be mysterious figure slowly moved towards useless tomorrow and yet you would it As tho blaze shown upon the black have me see him thenl If he be indeed dross the surgeon observed that the bot- as dear to you as your words and manner tom of it was saturated with mud and would imply why not try to save his life before delay and the progress of his rain disease render it impracticable You aro very wet ho Bald exclaimed tho wom- Â¬ God help mo Bald tho stranger in a low I am an weeping how can I hope strangers deep voice And you are ill added the surgeon will believe what appears incredible You will not bhj him compassionately for the tone was that even to myself she added rising suddenly then sir of a person in pain I did not say that I declined to eee very ill not I am was the reply but I warn mentally It is not for my- him replied the surgeon bodily but continued you that if you persist in this extraordinself or on my own behalf ary procrastination and the individual the stranger that I como to you If labored under bodily disease 1 should dies a fearful responsibility rests with not bo out alone at such an hour or on you Tho responsibility will rest heavily such a night as this and if I were afll ct somewhere replied the stranger bitter ed with it twenty four hours hence Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THE BLAGKVEIL 11V CIIAMES DICKKN8 Winters ovenlog toward the af the year 1800 or within a year or two of that time a young medical practitioner rerently established in business was seated by a cheerful fire in his little parlor listening to the wind which was beating the rain in pattering ONE drops against the window and tumbling dismally in the chimney The night was wet and cold he had been walking through mud and water the whole day and wns now comfortably reposing in his dressing gown and slippers more than half asleep and less than half awake revolving a thousand matters in his wan Â¬ dering imagination First he thought how hard tho wind was blowing and bow the cold sharp rain would be at that moment beating in his face if he were not comfortably housed at home Then his mind reverted to his annual Christ Â¬ mas visit to his native place and dearest friends he thought how glad they would be to see him and bow happy It would make Rose if he could only tell her he had found a patient at lost and hoped to have more and como down again In a few months time and marry her and take her home to gladden his lonely fl reside and stimulate him to fresh exertions Then he began to wonder when his first patient would appear or wheth Â¬ Â¬ was d atlned by a special dispensation of Providence never to have any patients at all and then he thought about Rose again and dropped to sleep and dreamed about her till the tones of her sweet merry voice sounded in his ears and tier bo ft tiny hand rested on his shoulder There was a hand upon his shouldor but it was neither soft nor tiny its own- Â¬ er being a corpulent round headed boy who in consideration of the sum of ono shilling per week and his food was let out by the parish to carry medicine and messages A lady sir a lady I whispered the boy rousing his master with a shake What lady cried our friend startr ing up not quite certain that his dream was an illusion and half expecting that What lady it might be Rose herself Where There sir replied the boy point ing to the glass door leading to the surg- Â¬ ery with an expression of alarm which the very unusual apparition of a custom- Â¬ er might have tended to excite The surgeon looked towards the door and started himself for an instant on be Â¬ holding the appearance of his unlooked for visitor It was a singularly tall woman dressed Â¬ Â¬ er he I would lie down and pray to die There was a desperate earnestness in the womans manner that went to the young mans heart He was young in his profession and bad not yet witnessed enough of the miseries which aro daily presented to the eyes of its members to have grown comparatively callous to human suffering If he said rising hastily the per sou of whom you speak be in so hopeless a condition as you describe not a mo- Â¬ ment is to be lost I will go with you Why did you not obtain instantly medical advice before Because it wonld have been useless before because it is useless even now replied the woman clasping her hands passionately The surgeon gazed for a moment on the black veil as if to ascertain the ex- Â¬ pression of the features beneath it its thickness however rendered such a re- Â¬ sult impossible You are ill he said gently al- Â¬ though you do not know it The fever which has enabled you to bear without feeling it the fatigue you have evidently undergone is burning within you now Put that to your lips he continued compose pouring out a glass of water yourself for a few moments and then tell me as calmly as you can what the disease of the patient is and how long he has been ill When I know what Is necessary to know to render my visit serviceable to him I am ready to accom- Â¬ pany you The stranger lifted the glass of water God knowB how gladly USE BA SKETT t COJVIv rf BASKETT COAL is a superb fuel for use in flouring mills tobacco factories saw mills and manufacturing plants SPECIAL PRICES IN CARLOAD LOTS Address com- Â¬ munications to m JjxIulQJV JBi JL H JL JQlX I oped in a linen wrapper find coyered With blankes lay a human form stiff and motionless Tho bead and face of j which wore thoso of a man were uncov- Â¬ ered save by a bandago which passed Â¬ over the head ami under tho chin Tho Fnnoy Groceries California Fruits oyes woro closed Tuo left arm lay heav Â¬ ily across tho bed and tho woman held Nuts Cabbage Potatoes tho passive hand Bread and Cakes The surgoon gently pushed the woman t aside and took tho hand in his Cigars and Tobacco My God I he exclaimed letting It Quo nswaro Olaeswaro Stationery fall Involuntarily the man Is dead The woman started to her feet and i beat her hands together Old dont Bay sluj exclaimed with a burst of bo sir passion amounting almost to fret zr Â¬ Oh I dont Bay so sir I I cant bear It I XBVTTSTCa HOlSr JECTT Meu have been brought to llfi before when unskillful people have given them up for lost and men have died who this Ad oat and and to tu and w n 111 nd Â¬ might haye been restored if proper CHINE kjtolfkt nun uinunRinF nUROICK SEWINO YoiiMinumlnillitjwfMf means had been resorted to Dont let 60 D MtilMllMlaitia pttlttUi utrtewrr uctir u Ht frlkt 4tfl Mid if found w him Ho bore sir without one effort to uk THK ORkltKST BiHOilS OU EJ lUillD Of UT our Special Offer Prloa 1550 savo him This very moment lite may jmrmwMt bo passing away Do try sir o for pounoU and the freight wHlrew JfwU forKh MO mllM QIVE IT THREE MONTHS TRIAL la wUlwtnrn your Bpraking yonr owunomo and w WmII difcrwl WWO any day hoavens sakel And while tf ij TonarenottatlXled at MWllOWlllMIUOO and UP allot BnliHMkl sho hurrlediv chafed first tho forehead bat SIBBO If tkli 7 DBAWKaBUlUJICK and then the breast ol the senseless form ahuma irroatot value ever offered by any House the ry I SSEKISSffL before hor nud then wildly biat the THE BUBDICK J1J none cold hands which when she ceased to made lh the dfecnor drawer imUTOit hold them fell listlessly and heavily pollih flnet nickelgenuine Smyth Iron on cattera ball bearlnB adjustable treadle APn05larKShf5fc back on the coverlet injr ihuttle automatic bobbin winder adJniUMe bVnJ It is of no use my eood woman foot lmproTed ahuttle carrier patent needle bar said the surgeon soothingly as hu with patent dreai Ruard rnmlMlgr x GUARANTEED tHltaMw mU BnrjkHva j1YjpfBHaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaMerS iJF drew his hand from tho mans breast aVUad lilml llw ear Free Initruotlon ILtkatt I raraUMd ut can run It and doelthej Â¬ Book tel Jart how anyone Stay undraw that curtain I plain or any kind ot fancy work A BO YBAM Why 7 Bald the woman suiting up OOARAKTBB UMntwltnererymaenine rep- - ated the Undraw that curtain Seare Hoetmek AOo are thoroutziy reiiaowk Mijor Burgeon in an agitated tone SEARS ROEBUCK A CO OtllUJo UW lai WRITE FOR FREE CATALOSUE I darkened the room on purpose hen you write n enilon thit paper --a said the woman throwing hereolf before ly Whatever responsibility rests with him as he rose to undraw it Oh sir me I am content to bear and ready to have pity on me I If it can be of no use WVVWWVWWWVWWWWAMAWAWAAMAAM answer and ho is really dead do not exposo that As I incur none continued the sur- Â¬ form to other eyes than mine geon by acceding to your request I This man died no natural or easy will eeo him in the morning If you leave death said the Burgion I mtqt see me tho address At what- - hoar can ho the body With a motion so tudden be seen that the woman hardly knew that he Nine replied the stranger ATTORNEY AT LAW had slipped from beside her he tore You must excuse my pressing these open the curtain admitted the full light Inquiries said the surgeon but is he of day and returned to the bedside in your charge now he There has been violence here He is not was her r Joinder eaid pointing towards the body and Then if I save you instruction for his gazing intently on the face from which treatment said the surgeon you could the black veil was now for the Erst time not assist him removed Iu the excitement of a min The woman wept bitterly as she re- Â¬ ute before the femalo had thrown off the plied I could not bonnet and veil and stood with her eyes Finding that there was but little pros- fixed upon him Her features were those pect of obtaining more information by of a woman of about fifty who had once piolonging the interview and anxious to been handsome Soirow aid weeping spare the womans feelings which sub-Â¬ had left traces upon them which not dued at first by a violent effort were time itself would ever have produced now irrepressible and most painful to without their aid her face was deadly witness the surgeon repeated his prom- Â¬ pale and there was a nervous contortion ise of calling in the morning at the ap- Â¬ of her lip and an unnatural fire in her pointed hour Ilia visitor after giving eye which showed too plainly that her him a direction to an obscure part of bodily and mental powers had nearly Nows Office Oloverport Over Gardners Store Hardinsburg Walworth left the house in the same sunk beneath an accumulation of mis mysterious manner in which she entered ery it There bos been violence here said tbe surgeon preserving his searching After plodding wearily through mud and mire and making many inquiries glance There has replied the woman for the place to which he had been di This man has been murdered Â¬ rected and receiving as many contraThat I call God to witness he has dictory and unsatisfactory replies in re- Â¬ said the woman passionately pitilessly turn tho doctor at length arrived before I houBe which had been pointed out inhumanly murdered the By whom said the Burgeon seizing him as the object of his destination It the woman by the arm was a small low building ono story Look at the butchers marks and above the ground with even a more des When DONS COMPLETE PILE CURE is guaranteed sho replied late and unpromising exterior than any then ask me is the discovery of an eminent physician to cure you Tbe surgeon turned his face towards he had vet passed An old yellow cur- Â¬ No Interruption of Business No Knife the bed and bent over the body which tain wao drawn across the window up- Â¬ nowlay full in the light of the window has The first treatment brings immediate relief stairs and the parlor shutters were clcsed but not fastened The house was The throat was swollen and a livid mark cured thousands and will cure you MR T S WILCOX prominent merchan detached from any other and as it stood encircled it The truth flashed suddenly vi at an angle of a narrow lane there was upon him and chier or tho Uhattanooga a ire JJepar rec- This is one of the men who were After years of suffering DONS 1MLK OIN no other habitation in sight ttre ommended to me The use of one box effected hanged this morning I ho exclaimed leans I voluntarily give you this statement hoping it A low whispering was audible as if turning away with a shudder rs euf- of bringing your wonderful remedy to the atten It Is replied the woman with a some person at the end of the passage fering with pile were conversing stealthily with another cold unmeaning etaro Price 100 Prepaid to any Addre55 inquired the surgeon Who was he on the landing above It was succeeded My son rejoined the woman and by the noise of a pair of heavy boots up- Â¬ on tho bare floor The door chain was fell senseless at his feet CHATTANOOQA TENN It was true A companion equally softly unfastened the door opened and a tall ill favored man with black hair guilty with himself had been acquitted and a face as the surgeon often declared for want of evidence and this man had To afterwards as pale and haggard as the bjon left for death and executed countenance of any dead man he ever recount the circumstances of the case at this distaut period must be unnecessary saw presented himself Walk in Blr be Bald in a low tone and might give pain to some persons The surgeon did so and the man hav Â¬ still alive The history was an every- Â¬ The mother was a widow ing secured the door again by the chain day one led the way to a small back parlor at the without friends or money and had de nied herself necessaries to beBtow them extremity of the passage on her orphau bqy That boy unmind Am I in time Too soon I replied the man The ful ot hyr prayers and forgetful of the surgeon turned hastily round with a Bufferings she had endured fir him gesture of astonishment not unmixed Incessant anxiety of mind and voluntary with alarm which he found it impossible starvation of body had plunged into a career of dissipation and crime And to repress If youll step In here sir said the this was the result his own death by the man who had evidently noticed the ac- Â¬ hangmans hands and his mothers KWNSON ToITIRVILT F TCv if youll step in here Blr you shame and incurable insanity tion years after this occurence For many wont bo detained five minutes I assure rt you and when profitable and arduous avoca- Â¬ The surgeon at once walked into the tions would havo led many men to for- Â¬ room The man closed the door and get that such a miserable beinc existed left him alone the young Burgeon was a daily visitor at Five minutes elapsed and the surgeon the side of the harmless mad woman had resolved to explore the house in not only soothing her by his presence 11 Hj JimiiiMi search of some ono to whom he might and kindness but alleviating the rig r 4 make Ids errand known when the room of her condition by pecuniary donations c - 03 WWC5 adoor opened and his last nights visitor for her comfort and support bestowed m i dressed in exactly the same manner with no sparing hand Iu the transient with the veil lowered as before motioned gleam of recollection and consciousness him to advance The singular height of which preceded her death a prayer for 3J her form coupled with the circumstance his welfare- aud protection as fervent as 4U 5 BHjrfilW- -W of her not speaking caused the idea to mortal oyer breathed rose from the lips pass across his bralu for an instant that of this poor friendless creaturo That it might bo a man disguised in womans prayer flew to heaven and was heard A New Discovery for the Certain attire The hysteric sobs which issued The blessing ho was instrumental in Cure of INTERNAL from banoath the yell and the convula conferring have been repaid to him a EXTERNAL PILES PAIN ive attitude of grief of the whole flguro thousand fold but amid all the honors once exposed the absurdity of rank and station which have been however at CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED of the suspicion and he hastily followed heaped upon him and which he has bo TuBsr by mail 76 cents 60 The woman led tho way up etairs to well earned he can have no reminisÂ¬ JAMES FBALURD Sola Pronrfetor - - 310 the trout room and paumd at the door cence more gratifying to his heart than W itoti T to Jet him enter first It was scantily that connected with The Black Vdl For eaio by A R Fiaber Oloverport Ky J furnished with an old deal box a few chairs anl a tent bedstead without Biimarkt Iron Nerve hangings or crWralls which was cov- Â¬ Was the result of his splendid heallh F R WILDER M HARDINered with a patchwork counierpane Iidomltable will and 028J Fpurth St LoulBvllle Ky JJranenburg Ky tremendous energy Ttie dim light admitted through the cur are not found wjiere Stomach Liver tain which he had noticed from the out Kidneys and Bowels are out of order If side rendered the objects in tho room so you want tjwe qualities and the buccobO indistinct and communicated to all of they bring nse Dr Klrga Now Llfo them so uniform a hue that he did not at Pills They develope every power of tlrnt perceive the object on which1 his eye brain and body Only 5o t at Short at oace rested when the woman rushed iiayuea drug store Every ydneiUty nd Thuradpjr IN IRVINGTON frantically post him and flung herself on liourth MettdaVto Kncn her knees by the bedside On Minute Cough Cure cures Tpifficultiwbrk uoh as Br1dMftiQrowng a Bnocijitjrr Stratched upon the bed closely uyel-Tfct i what It wu nun for NEW STORE READY FOR BUSINESS- IF YOU WANT 1 C J HENSELB m tiiljUiSlI QO TO tMP NO MONEY i 1 ur ij iiuav MrktklaHea ni lfrcflHaSBffillLIHI 1 f 1 1 V G BABBAGE HARDINSBURG KENTUCKY Â¬ PREPARED TO PRACTICE CASES IN BANKRUPTCY AND ASSIGNMENTS OPPIOBS Why Suffer Agony It 1 It DON CHEMICAL COMPANY nsE Jt5mv I A Boon to mankind c D TABLERS BUCKEYE PILE SnSRnm iJawFQ - CURE M WITHOUT bottle Mm cents Uff J - Â¬ HARDIN WlLDEi GTffiTB aftVi - Ifttwt ttit PPWwom tMd GooaNWfttrauteea w V T jM titwmmtptmimmitwtintittwfmwllUftkmim Mi minnHi Wrfmwiiwr1iipinim M MjMi Wfl VVVVV 4t The woman baa gone insane over tho trdgbdy These repuL Henna who have been sup Â¬ porting Qaay for the United States Sena Â¬ tor from Pennsylvania broko nwav from him Friday The Popo has nbout recovered from tho operation of having n cyst removed from his thigh and his doctor say ho will live many years longer t t t WHITE MANS BURDEN You CWTBIH IS TO THE MAN WHAT CUTTING IS TO THE DIAMOND STOP LOOK AND LISTEN J t t t Can Bet Your Boots His Largest of Loads Arc the So Called Highways Our Georgo Dewey is now admiral of the navy As boss of Uncle Sims warships his orders must be obeyed He can Honest wear any kind of togs he wants Will Wood Pearl Bryans cousin who occupied a yery unsavory place as a wit Â¬ ness in the Jackson Walling trial has deserted from the United States navy t t t t WE SELL EOR GASH We would rather sell a large quantity ot goods at a bmall rroht than a small quantity at large profits Our method of doing business saves money to the customer m t m m m j m y Fearful Bad Roads Work Will Redeem Says Plow Boy them 5 t t t t Tho man in rags may bo as good as ono in broadcloth but somehow tho world does not think so Ho is tho rough diamond of humanity whilo his leBB deserving but bettor drcssod neighbor liko a cut diamond is appreciated and admired t A t with muni- Â¬ tions of war destined for the Pbilliplne rebola was sezid by tho Japanese author Â¬ ities 20000 stand of arms wero aboard Joadod Japtneso vessel OUR General Toral who surrendered Santi Â¬ ago to General Shatter was tried on the chargo at Madrid Spain and has been sentenced to prison to vindicate Spanish honor Hobson has been advanced ten num Â¬ bers for extraordinary heroism This will make him a captain at thirty It is Bald be will not accept promotion but will start at the foot as lieutenant com mandor cow boy The so called preacher Thomas Hornby who deserted his wife and eloped with Miss Annie Todd of Richmond after appropriating for bis own use 1500 of church money has been located in Illinois t t t 5 and 7 SUITS t t t Aro Wonderful Bargains t t t OVERCOATS Atyour own price ONE LOT ODD VESTS Fine Goods your choice 50c Wo have a largo lino of says ho is not goCongressman ing to be a candidate for democratic leadership in congress He eays he is not mad because democrats would not follow him in his effort to oust General Wheeler from the bouse Miss Eflle McDauiel of Orvensboro when a little girl swallowed an icicle in which there is u splinter of wood Af- Â¬ ter years of traveling through her body it filially caused au abcess and bad to be removed by a surgical operation BEFORE BABY IS BORN A Valuable t Baily t t t t t ODD PANTS which you can buy now at half price Mens Jeans Pants The 100 kind only at m Dma vi 75c Little Book of Interest to All Women Sent Free i mm vwu News flan1fr uiauuouuuig ixnsv WEDNESDAY uj VC TT v Breckenridge MARCH 8 1899 The News Up t t t to Date t t t j Rudy arc Kipling is itaproving A sewer pipe trust bos been formed Small pox is said to exist at Cecelia Every woman looks forward with feel- Â¬ ings of indescribable joy to tlm one mo- Â¬ mentous event in her life compared with which all others pale into insignificance How proud and happy she will be when her precious babe nestles on her breast how sweet the name of Mother I And yet her happy anticipation of this event is clouded with misgivingB of the pain and danger of the ordeal so that it is impossible to avoid the feeling of con Â¬ stant dread which creeps over her The danger and Buffering attendant upon be- Â¬ ing a mother can be entirely prevented bo that the coming of the little stranger need not be looked forward to with fear and trembling as is so often the case Every woman who reads this paper can obtain absolutely free a valuable and at- Â¬ Before tractive little book entitled Baby is Born by sending her name and address to the BradOeld Regulator Co Atlansa Ga This book contains price- Â¬ less information to all women and no one should fail to send for it Social At the picturesque and rustic old tt home Beech wood Farm of Mr and Mrs Paducab baa a tbief who baa a mania Henry S Burcb at Chenault Ky their for stealing typewriters daughter Miss Rosemary gave one of tt the most enjoyable entertainments of A 8belbyvHle cow tbat lost her calf tbo season Saturday night Feb 4 1899 has adopted a hog to raise which was a protracted one until Mon- Â¬ T day morn in honor of her cousin and It is now a crime in Tennessee to friend Miss Birdie Biuner and MIbs shoot crape even for fun Hattie Warfield Those present Satur- Â¬ t day night were Maggie Stallmann Betsie Boston has begun a war of extermina- Â¬ Cunningham Violet Bosley Abbie Bell tion on the English sparrows Isabelle Pike of Flint Island Mary Ford tt and Katie Clarke of Mooleyville Birdie Very little American money is being Bruner and Hattie War field of Ekron Invested in Cuba and Porto Rico Geo L Burcb Dudley Ford and Steve t t of Mooleyville Prof Will Clarke A man died in a dentists chair at Arnold of Paynesvllle Dick Stallmann Lucian Maning Edward Stallmann John Chicago from having a tooth pulled Allen Bosley Geo H Frymire and Will t Frymire The crowd would have been immense but were absent on account Sherman Caskeyof West Liberty Ky was killed by a saw logrolling over bim inclemency of the weather Mr Guy E Burch of Louisville was absent but tT nevertheless ho was mUsed and there Agatnaldo say 8 he holds GOO American was many inquires and and regrets made Miss Otis Bays he is a because he was not present soldiers as prisoners Rosemary received company alone and liar The results of an oyer indulgence in tryed to make all onjoy themselves and ttt feel at home All report a delightful food or drink are promptly ratified with- Â¬ Over 10000000 worth of gold bricks time Zero was the only one who tryed out pain or discomfort by taking a few to displease but he is excused you have been received at the Philadelphia know Written by a close observer and doses of HERBINE Price 50 cents A mints R Fisher friend in Hardin county Zero t t t t t t t t t t t Ky Feb 27 1899 To t bob several cor Xkws respondents in the Brbckinkiixie Nkws discussing the road question I heartily agree with some of them especially in regard to how the roils should bo woked I am sum wo could have better roads if the overseers would use better judgement in working them I think the Mooleyville correspondent suggested a good idea whon lie advised supervisors to work in the worst places first and work them well if it takes the whole number of days he can compell the hands to work O 10 of tho reasons why the roads are in no better condition is because the supervisors take so little in- Â¬ terest in trying to keep the roads in or- Â¬ der If the handson the road will put In six full days work each year and work as they do at home thero will not be bo much complaint about the roads But the hands and supervisors both think if they can get clear of a fine tbat is all they seem to care for Of course there are some who are willing to work and do work but a vast majority dont care whetbor they work or not Now the question is how to remedy the evil There is a law compelling the overseers to work the road a six days in the year if the road is not in order If the people y ill fee that the law is enforced you will see an improvement iri the roads But will we koep the roads in good order by each hand working the road six days in eacti year I think not Under the old law tho supervisor could call out the hands two days in eachyear until the road was in order I think there should be a limit to how long a man should be compelled tojwork ou the pub- Â¬ If the time was extended lic highway to ten days in each year and the hands work ns they should you would see bet- Â¬ ter roads Thero are other reasons why the roads are no better worked than they are Tho County Judges are not particular in appointing overseers If they will be careful in selecting men who tako pride in having good roads it will be a great benefit and in a few years the people will begin to realize the necessity of having better roads I dont know how it is in Breckenridge county but in Meade we have roads tbat have not had an overseer for a year yet we haye asked that supervisors be appointed and still we have none Now if our roads get out of order who will be responsible We are told by some we should have a road tax and it is claimed that it is unjust for the day laborer to have to work tho road in order tbat his more prosperous broth- Â¬ er might be able to haul his produce to markot It does look a little unjust but it seems impossible to make a law that is just to everybody In reply to this the man of means meets this argu- Â¬ ment by saying it is unfair for him to pay a school tax and his poor neighbor to derive the benefit from it So it is impossible to frame a law that bears alike ou all but there is oue thing we can and ought to do and that is to repeal the present law in regard to finding Super- Â¬ visors If the road gets out of order let some goodcitizm indict him in the grand jury and make him pay for it and next time he will take more pains in working the road Under the present law he has tog before tho County Judge and the supervisor knows who he is and it makes enemys when if it is taken to the grand jury be nevor would know who did it I have not beard of a single overseer being fined since the old law So let the next legisla- Â¬ was repealed ture extend the time to ten days in eacii year repeal the present law in regard to how we shall proceed to find the overseer make it inditable tbiough the grand jury for a supervisor to let his road get in bad order and then let the people see that the law is enforced and there will be better roads Ptow Boy AsiicnArr BrtKCKKNniDaB Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ t The Eelipse Grocery Company W j U BANK Fulfilling Our Promise HAEDINSBUEG G BEARDS OLD STAND HARDINSBURG- - KY -- OF We promised some Low Prices when we adopted the cash tem of doing business sys- Â¬ WILL MILLER Vice President M H BEARD Cashier G W BEARD 1 MORRIS ESKRIDGE DIRECTORS J R M JOLLY INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS B F BEARD President Well we are now doing a cash business and here are LOW PRICES FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION A Henderson Route Louisville Henderson Si Louis for G2c per pound splendid brand of Green Tea Mcintoshs Ladies Shoes worth 175 going at 148 WE WONT BE Rr Co 18 lbs Granulated Sugar for 99 cents or 22 lbs for a gold dollar 2 lbs Soda for 5c 2 Cans of Com for 15c Tomatoes 8c per can 20 ounce can of Bon BonBaking Powder for 8c 3 Bars of Soap for 5c 1 Paper of Brass Pins for 4o 3 Spools Clarks O N T Thread for 10c 2 Spools of John Clarks Thread for 5c Star Tobacco 9c per cut Largo size bottlo Flavoring Ex- Â¬ tracts worth 10c for 8c Brooms 10c 13c 15c 18c and 22c according to sizo and quality Sifters worth 15c for 9c Wo have actually In Clothing Ladies 10c Hose reduced to 8c cut prices in half Como and see Best Amorican Indigo Prints all for 4c per yd Tin Coffee Pots at 10c 13c and 18c according to size A wonderfully good value in All alongtho line in UNDERSOLD Time Card in Effect DecM4 KAST HOUND No St Iuis Kvaruvillc Hendtrson Ilaskets Spoltsville Heads Wortlilngton Stanley Mattingly Owensboro Lv 6 7 7 7 7 7 8 8 8 15 31 4 1898 No 4No 310 323 328 3 39 48 60m Big Reductions DRY GOODS 7 66am 2 20pm 2 If 3 01 865pm 2 4Sam 38 45 68 02 07 18 7S2 313 3i7 Mens White Lauudried Shirts at Wo want to announce Griltith 3 20 3 20 3 at 344 3 53 4 01 4 HI 4 333 00 4S cents Jatcs PoersforRockport Iewisport Wnitman Ind 8L 7 have made a remarkably largo duction in that we re- Â¬ Shoes Falcon And ladies you will appreciate this letne Ilawesville Â¬ when you know that wo have re- for Cannelton ceived a fresh new line of Spring Sklllman Shops Goods Cloverport Addison Stephensport Sample 86 52 9 913 8 38 1 413 19 is 4 31 9 00 428 43J 4 4 439 460 48 Tell City J 40 49 Holt 9 23 93 6 40 952 500 513 5 18 VWI IRVINGTON SEND CONNIFF STANDS PAT Tells the Dear Public Where He Is At Wants a Dollar Thats Honest Wants a Dollar Thats Clean Makes His Stand Plain as Can Easily Be Seen Guston Ky Feb 27 1899 Editok BukckenkiDgk Nkwb Dkak Sin In reading the Quston items in your paper recently I noticed your clever corres- Â¬ pondent tsave mo quito a nice steppitiK stone Now as to my capacity as a rail- Â¬ road man I say let others be the judge and Harry were I prone to lovti flattery you first was great should I feel censure your second was a wedge While I love praise and feel censure I never trouble myself to seek oue or avoid the other Mr Editor to return again to you I will say that I and Harry that 1b his name isnt it are more or less creatures of habit But I wish to be understood as saying that I hope to express myself in conversation or with my pen bo that no And oflonse will be eiven to anyone now that I try to be plain I hope to be able to allow to others all that I claim for myself Your correspondent knows I entertain the Bame opinion on all the great questions that have been agitating tho public mind that I always have nor have I seen fit to change bocause other The great principle men have changed I am opposed of right has not changed to Bryan today I am opposed to the principle of 10 to 1 as claimed to be tle u ltimatum of that wild and unatateoman like theory for It is only a theory based upon fiction for there could not bo any- Â¬ thing real iu the whole matter Why look at itl Think of it I A dollar to be forced ou tho people that is worth only half of that amount and is depended on the t nactraent of a positive law to force Its circulation or else it Is a dead letter and that dollar is only a dollar when and where it is thus forced and is good for nothing away from home I concleve this to be a fair statement of the facts as af if1 MVtUfc anil Viavfii X Bfn KUU1 tvl t HWUU rvtt nt IU1U 440iVIT T I BUVH tfM will not enumerate other points Suffice it to say I cannot support any man for ouice nig or lime who noma to iu to l The idea of unlimited coinage is a man of straw as they must be a limit to all thlnsa eternity excepted and the term unlimited as I see it is only a bobby to mislead I must say howover that many good mon hold other opinions and I respect Ihcse opinions and I claim as much for myself Now with this brief outline of my position there is little trouble to locate the stand I occupy Yours truly Â¬ BARGAN CENTER OWE DOLLAR you can aubjoct Brown KENTUCKY cot irWeUna doull that In butriry uso a THE MATERIAL ANO LABOR IN OUR Pierce Iodiburg Webster IrvinKton iuston Kkron 10C0 10 03 95 507 510 520 6 25 522 560 6 01 6 10 1013 10 2 J 10 30 10 38 5 30 534 5 42 532 5 43 5M 610 617 630 Ilrandunburc Ionir Ilranch Hock Haven Willow Dale Howard 1062 1100 1110 1119 11 6 67 618 6 2U 6 34 I 40 603 2S 1134 Kentucky Street Louisville Union Dep West Ioint 12 2pm Ar 1235pm 1143 1160un 70 7 45m No 0 41 652 6 55 6 45 715 7 3Um WEST HOUND No Louisville Union Dep nciuuiKy oireei West Ioint 41 43 No 8 45 Lv 7 45am 765 8 8 8 8 2d 29 3 43 4S0pm 37 5 40 6 48 5 53 6 00 6 09 cut this ad out and send to ua and If you Howard Villodale llvo EnBt of tho Kooky Mountolua wo will cnd this HICH CRADE TOP BUCCY to Unck Haven to examination you bjrtrelKhtC O D examine Itntjoui tielnht deKt aiullfjuu ilndlt I otg Ilranch loiML TO AST tlOOOO lUlllldur you ever aw perfectly atlfactorraml tho iltiMnsr mitiurf tin iiiik OUR SPECIAL OFFER PRICE SR5nn UH 8KEX ore IHUBD OK and freight rtiarKea Ices tho Hrandcnburir Klcron pay the railroad aeem Ono Uollur sent with order iuiton IH1 BUILT IN OUR OWN MfiTnpv im ruioion Inington on honor from the bent material money can buy While In TO our Free Bufrgy Catalogue we show Top Buggies made by Webster other maaera at S2I30 S2073 nnd 3475 the eiact Lodilmrg SOOOO name buiffry that are told by machinery dealer at 5u to 1ierce BUGGIES I7S00 and are Iwlnir widely aJvertlwd by many at IJ500 tulCOW OUR ACME QUEEN AT 59300 la the most Sample AND voluo S91drXS1 THK UaoT ovor offered T11K ImiKST rilKKKVIil Steplieusport giUfXU OS SURREYS MUir hut tlH BE BUM We maintain Addison Our OWn five Btorv hniTDV ftlrtnrv fur thn nln Holt puriwe of bulldlnpaml Mlllng a HlTtKIl lirwiv Cloverport jLf IimSO iZu9a llUint CAN BLY fLSHnillllK and lo HAW OIK Shops CIBTOIIRS JIlSUimKUlii MtOHI Every BuRGy We Make la Cuarantoed Sktlman Ilawesville Five Years and They Will out wear Five forCnntielton Ordinary Factory Rigs ACME QUEEN niu 5 35pm 845 918 931 9 44 9 51 9 57 10 02 10 08 1014 1024 1031 10 10 i60 8 69 9 08 916 9 23 9 9 9 0 10 32 40 47 51 00 10 04 10 06 618 6 26 641 661 DM 7 07 7 712 20 721 7 27 7 39 7 43 0 36 46 69 1018 22 10 33 10 I 7t4 804 812 814 8 27 1049 UOS 1119 1126 letrie Tell City I 10 43 the ordinary factory ttio cushiou cloth tome una McentiwougealllolicadUnlncrBnmeuseiOrenti weuoiS ernt leather ome use 0 tent weuselsMJ colors and rarnlilica snme use 75 cent and f 100WE FAV ALMOST DOUBLK tho price most makers priori sad nsrtii Kiy fortrie WAST ill 1ILST Our wheels gear OUR OWN MAKE ACME QUEEN TI1K and pilat tkr thip bustles bodies are rfatsrBoMwa sad tkBlerlil udLtberlaPalaUaf OUR ACME QUEEN building 70bugglos ft day and to advertise our buggy factory we aro willing toBMLTIIEXOi but we are 70bugglea will satisfy us advertise us erery where a IOorROriTKlCU We know7000dalljrpronton and build up the LABOEBT BUOQY BUBIHSSts IN wuiuu or wide track coth or bulled THE ACMI QUEEN wehulldln narrow back Isithtr eswrtd How leather trimmed end springs Csrprl aad Hals Itubtwr Bttps Ttlit top back springs Itsiner Quarter esNo solid panelpatent screwed In wheels pll la IS col body black geardarkgreen rim Barrens with very delicate modett striping complete with shafts side and back curtains boot storm apron and antl rattlers tilrs BUUY mtlUIIS tOOf OLMHS and Us fnlsat and shafts r1 Kljk sad Wklmtr I plt er ikrulit1 111 for tOO miles lIOOl OO stilts S41JI 400 fliSl 00 sill SI60I 1000 adits 600 your order HE CtrMrk OIMI7 UUU1AK withsatisfactory pay uuslUNTlit iklirfrtohfcn Yti BiTtl and the railroad agent balanrw ijtod sad lt otherwise nay nothing and the agent will return buggy atour expense and we will return your II TO frsttkl tktnr BUOQY now sold DONT BUY A CHEAP FACTOIIY BUOQV MONEY almOit eirlulvely by all Machinery Dealers CAN BUILD direct from the Maker and Cauloguelloues BUVTHE BEST at the LOWEST PRICK EVER KNOWN ORDER TODAY DONT DEIAY CARRIAGE AND HARNES8 CATALOCUE WRITE FOR OUR FREE BUGGY Falcon Lewlspntt Waitman Owensboro Mattingly Griffith 10 JTO 10 56 louersiforJKockport lhi 8tj lutes 1104 1110 Ind 1119 1130 1140 1151 83J 8 42 8 6J 9 05 U39 11 ilia ltl Spottsville Baskets Henderson Evansvllle St Louis Stanley Worthintfton Heads 1166 11 12 916 53pm 15im 20 3 69 12i9 964 12 55 1010 10 40pm 125 115 Ar 7 32pm 7 20am 1214 12 22 12 21 12 45 07m 932 ur 0 21 925 12 12 12 9 39 9 47 AddxessSEARS ROEBUCK CO Inc CHICAGO ILL When you write mrnllon this paper Nos 45 and 46 have Pullman Huflet Sleeping Cars and elegant hlli back seat Iaisenger Coaches through between Iouisville Kaniille and St Louis without change Nos 41 and 44 have elegant high back teat Pass eng r Coaches and Parlor Car ser ice through be Â¬ tween Louisville livansyillc and bt Louis without change Nos 4a and 43 have Parlor Cars and elegant Conches between Louisville and Kvantville with Â¬ out change H C MORDUK A G P A Louisville Ky YOU Safety Comfort Louisville anil Bvansville L H One hnndred fonndrymen employed at the JeffersonvUle car works have gone on a strike t t t t t t t t i w GET MORE in any St Ry FordsvlMe Branch Packet Line Fait Mail Line lletweea West Hound TIME TABLE No 10 TAKING EFFECT 3PT 10 1898 Trtlm Katt Bound Train tNo a tNo 4 9 00am 9 45pm 8 35 ft 20 8 21 5 09 A man named Mallon is said to have shot and killed a man named Draner in Breathitt county August Becker of Chicago lias con tbat he chopped bis wits to pieces Louisville and Evansville BTEAMERB In theTwici-A-WKX- K t t other piper published both In quality and quantity CourikmTouknal than tNo3 tNo5 6 45pm 7 OS 7 19 7 28 7 45 7 62 8 01 8 60 9 00 STATIONS IrvinKton Ar Uarlield Harned t t t E G RAGON W A Mthop lOGOam Lv 1113 11 21 fesaed and burned her 11 Harry u tellings 18 years old was arrested at Corinth Ky for wrecking an oxpieea train A boarding bouse near White Pine Ool was crushed by a moving avalanche t t King In tho new Ring out the old Ring out the false Ring In the true We bring to you tho new and tmo from th plney forests of Norway equal of many dallies and the sdpeilor if all other papers It prints more res news more good class matter more good class matter than any other Is sued Wednesday and Saturday A good commls slon to agents Sample copies tree on application Write to Thk TwicbaWexk CoukiihIoirnai Is the F M Ryan Matter Pnner 1131 1160 1167 09nm 1231 12 65 12 TARASCON 0 h Penny Matter L T Conner Porter S21 COURIER JOURNAL CO LOUISVILLE KY ARRANGEMENT 98 916pm 113 1 105 20 Kirk Jolly niendesne ar KallsllougRlv nocxvsie Atkins Oaks ArKordsvilleLv Htrdlnsburg 815 8 01 500 4 46 743 715 CS0 630am IM 63 641 410 338 321 3 29 3 Pipra 439 127 TELL CITY nn Ballard Muter W D DR BELLS Pine-Tar-Hon- ey BY A SPECIAL Newbell Furter and six people were killed Friday Edward Caldwell a Louisville book- Â¬ keeper committed suicide by takii g poison at the Wllllard hotel Friday railroad has secured he Louisville Evansvllle fiI5h49Ad better known M the Air Line - - YOU CAN OET J t t t t a Breckenridge News AND T1IK Twice-a-Wee- k P D STAGGS Trains 41 4 43 and 44 connect ot IrvinKton with Trains Nos 3 and c for points on Fnrdsvilla branch Trains a 3 4 anil 3 run daily Trains Nos a ind 4 connect at Irvlngton with Main Line trains 41 41 43 and 44 Dally Itlauldtbat the Southern t t Natures most natural remedy Improved by science to a Pleasant Permanent Positive Care for coughs colds and all Inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes The sore weary cough worn Lungs are exhila Â¬ rated t the microbe bearing mucus Is cut out the cause of that tickling Is removed and the Inflamed membranes aro healed and soothed so that there hi no Inclination to cough OLD BY ALU GOOD ONUQaiSTS Courier Journal Both One Year lor i- Yankee filibusters are said to be pre Â¬ paring to over throw the Nicaraugmn government in order to secure canal con cession t t t ONLY BoHGrjfed killed Clyde Pole over both Nebwkww jealqcuy Tujr t t t I AM SSxt KotMT i ll kMMMMMllHW lM- - SJSHtlISak mt IllTlcfcMt4tmiwiitrriM nm-H-- a WtfA Moo Tir W toHjMOniy 25 60a ariif 100 8Ixm BE SURE YOU GET Thit it for cash subscriptions only All subscrlp tiona under this combination offer must be tent through tha bflice of the 125 Dally exoept Saturday between Louisville and Hew Amsterdam Freight iblpped hj thli line delivered qalok er than by rati Traveler wUl find the tUamert are umar patied in equipment and aooommodatloni Tho bait oullnary are employed at oookt and be menu ii equal to that of the beat hoteli General offloei 1TA and ITS 4th Avenue LoulivllU D L PENNY W W HITB Bnpt Prei 0 V WlMJAUB T P A Ownnnrvnro Kv e J- - ILHunsche The TAILOR Will be in Clover- Â¬ port on the 2d and 4th Friday of every month with Gasper May Co USD Ir Iftlts PtoTar NMy MmO VM BRECKENRIDGE NEWS DeWUfA Witch E K taftwtM MUM Cfc TE OoNKUry Huei Salv WHEN DOES YOUR SUB SCRIPTION TO THE NEWS EXPIRE OAKNILTOH 1 - f i immtmmmmmmmmmmmmgStmmmm T rT- - SBEZSglAgMg lttfTTrTijrHaiiassMSs L sK lAjtAiJr1- - jl PygyiH11111 Ill- 1- U - - - umm demand for Breckenrtdge county property until we procure such roads aa will give us access to market every day in the lie D A 7 Q Babbags EdlUr nd Friprlitn yoar The money the tax payers spend nY MRS ItATTIB anlNNKU for road purposes is not lost It never itiwiilnwiMimwMiiHinsijinHtufl aiilimiimiwwuwMimmwwttuWMwrtwuwoimHHH will be A more caroful disposition of WEDNESDAY MAHOH 8 1891 Owensboro has a curfew law it would result in onormous good See to it that good men nud true men na well Pope Leo is spared after another com as men gifted with common eenso are It appointed road supervisors In the various bat with our greatest enemy deatli cant bo for long hut what a beautiful districts The Goebel ico wngon was overturned transition when the summons does come at pwensboro Saturday Aff TO DEMAGOGUES Mad March has been well named EvBnv bad road in this county should Kkntuckv is now witnessing the pass Â¬ His music in thisbrlef period of existence be an eloquent argument for good roada ing of the demagogue The people real Â¬ has been as a shrill apreggio a prelude ize that the man who soeks to attain though wo hope to the soft harmonies Fibii Bcale iewelry is the fad just now office by assailing the interests that build of spring In Boston the cod fish baa the prefer up and develop the resources of the statu They realize that is a nubile enemy once Rudynrd Kiplings illness baa been whoever jeopardizes the welfare of tho watched by all who bnvo read after that The man who said the backbone of corporate interests of the commonwealth most eminent young writer hoping that winter was broke evidently was not post Â¬ jeopardizes their interests The dema Â¬ such n bright genius might be spared for gogue who would wage war on tho rail Â¬ long years to conio We feel gratified to ed on anatomy roads would also wagi war on tho banks know hifl condition is much improved at Tas Georgia gold miners have formed the gas plants and all the local enter- Â¬ this wilting a protective association They must prises in which the money of the people is invested This is an era of have heard of the gold bugs I was amused at Addle Louise Bab The thrifty citizens of the state bagos little letter in Sundays Courier The writer who first spoke of sweet are most all stockholders in various in-Â¬ Journal about Aunt Sarah November of girl graduates seems to have been post Â¬ corporated inttltutions and the losses coor tho weather dictator who prethey have sustained in the past through dicted the big gizzard before it came ed on the Meade county variety the attacks of demagogues on corporate If it made the niggers git in a big lot of alio filled an important mission wood would only ad- interests has aroused them Ivthx temperature Tho demagogue who seeks to array the didnt she Miss Addle Louise vance with the raise in wages this counpeople against corporations insults the try would be filled with unalloyed happi public intelligence fie depreciates the He When Kipling wroto that line ness public wisdom when ho assumes that tho did his work and held his peace he people will mistake his selfish motives surely didnt have reference to any one Tin melancholy days are come and corrupt methods as patriotism and who took any part in the Cuban war The coldest of the year And the coalbins moit empty statesmanship He displays his own ig- Â¬ We have had utterances from everybody And the Spring rot nowhere near norance and culpability when he pre- Â¬ from tho smallest to the greatest about sumes that the voters are creatures of his exploits his achievements till A rose would amell ai sweet they say passion that can be led to any excess by we are constrained to exclaim America Uy any other name abuso of corporate interests Iti thorns though call them what we may is composed entirely of heroes Will prick u just the tame The turning down of Goebel at Owens boro Saturday was a rebuke adininis Catherine Moore saye Kipling is deep If you vail a man a lion tered by the people against demagogue ly in love with his wifa but she is not lie will always be your friend sm It was a warning to unscrupulous pretty or stylish and which she Bays re Â¬ Hut juM hint that lies a bear and politicians to keep bauds oil the interests minds her that if an ugly woman is He will hate you to the end that vitally affect the welfare of the loved at all she is loved much better Rudynrd Kipling Tiih OnrllBta are said to be once more common wealth and her citizens than a pretty one lliilroada banks and other corpora- ma tin Afrlini mnu nuu Iiaii nu ugi vftl n t It active Don Carlo must have made a una tn 4 ut tin ubiici foot balls of doesnt know it I have always argued raise by pawning his diamond shirt tions have long been the demagogues in Kentucky and because that and I believe it studs of this tier progress has been retarded Tho scales of prejudice have fallen from only pass Some one has asked for a simple rule The Missouri legislature baa the eyes of tho peorle They are no ed two laws thus far this session The longer blind to their best interests nnd for capitalizing or not capitalizing east Rhetoric gives the people of that grand old state must feel the demagogue who implies that they north south etc simplest if simply points of the compass like singing the doxology are fools by appealing to their passions are referred to small letters If the peo- Â¬ will be the victim of their wrath is wagiDg ple for instance tho effetj and dreamy Judok Barker of Louisville Bet EaBt of course a capital I dislike to a campaign againBt the lotteries BY WAY OF EXPLANATION see capitals put in for eff ct but it is hes not game enough to suppress mar Â¬ The following communication was horrid to use a small letter where a cap- Â¬ riage the greatest lottery ol them all received at this ottice ital is proper Mch a 181W McDamels Ky A camp iiONKit tells a Louisville reportCloyer In a scientific article I have just read er that he sees bad signs or Goebel down The BkeckkximdueSirNews Co at hand port Ky Dear Yours is it possible informing us of your rates ou printing about bacillus microbes germs by an in Western Kentucky that Urey Woodson is making an exhi obituary I had no thought of you charg Â¬ eminent M D creating and causing ing for printing them or I would never consumption and typhoid fever We bition of bis feelings have mailed them to you Bro Thomas will have to void all milk havo a deep 11 Parsons the husband of Mrs Catha Cecil Rhodes had a dream recently rine Parsons lias and is yet a subscriber well sunk then us i only distilled water in which he saw Uncle Sam the ruler to your paper Bro Chas Jarbde as I ignore fresh ojsters quit breathing for was is of this continent The Mexicans can understand these and idsinbrother you yet fear of a germ entering a lung cell and if And with view things can find comfort in the knowledge that publish them freegratis or ycu may mail we did at last when the Lord called us go by contraries dreams them to me at McDauiels Ky and 1 we would fold our tents and prepare to marcn to the oniy clime wiiere we will have them published elsewhere Yours truly would he immunes A Hoosibr prophet predict tiiat the W R Wagner Ohio will goon a bigger tear this year Prom time to time the News lias in- Â¬ We hate to be disillusioned with per Â¬ than it did in 1SS4 Please Mr Weather formed its readers that obituary notices sons we meet socially after having ex Â¬ Clerk give us a drought and prove that are charged for at the rate of 5 cents per pected much of them and from them lie is talking through bis hat line The News from a business stand- Â¬ say for example we meet one of whom point and from thestandpoint of honesty weve had most flittering accounts and A oujsville minister describes life and fairness cannot deviate a li airs oue says Mies so and so I am glad to as an express package destined for breadth from this rule Should we have meet you and under bucIi pleasant sur- Â¬ When the package is lost we printed the obituary spoken of in the roundings Heaven Miss So and So replies free of charge suppose no claims for damages will be above communication Oh so am I glad to see you is my hat we would have been unfair to every straight allowed for losses incurred by lire I wish I had a looking glass person who had paid for the printing of I wonder if Mr Such and Such will be It is tiie aim of this paper here A new method of telegraphy capable obituaries Disillusioned is no name but I It desires to pass on woudeiing wondering of transmitting two thousand words per to be as fair as possible minuie lias been discovered This is print all the news It gave the facts of o o o about the rate Urey Woodson talked Airs Prisons deatli ou several occasions any of us complain or find Dont let when he found that I Watt Hardin Correspondents from various points re Â¬ fault with our proof reader any moie on him in his own ported them and uttered such words of bad stolen a march especially if lie lias an old fashion cold cheer as were fitting under the circum Â¬ bailiwick when in the literarv chat of Munsey we stances All were gladly published find tins expression one tho It h said thai Attorney General Mon Now comes the obituary uotico and young ladies were Ac Whn How ofliable Ac nett of Ohio declined a bribe ol those who send t in ask that it be we all are to make such mistakes by tak- Â¬ 400000 offered to him on condition that printed free of charge because several of ing the objective plural after the prepo- Â¬ hu drop the prosecution of the Standard the relatives and friends of the deceased sition insttad of the subject nominative pay 1 per year to the News for sub Â¬ Oil Tiust If the old saying is true that singular and make the verb agree wrong We believe that every sub the biiher scription man lias his price even English underfiled is rare No one is nl evidently did not wait until haigiin day scriber to this paper gets the value of fallible but conversation or a written ar his dollar and that wo are only obligated to mt ce the transaction trticle is either made or marred by our to him or her to give theiu fifty two good expressions In writing there is scarce- Â¬ tho philosopher said papers every year aa the return for their ly an excuse for great errows Fhaxklin subscription We do not accept the Mo J deen while sluggards sleep And ou will hava corn to sell and to money of the subscriber as the donation How we confound intelligence and of a charitably inclined person and we keep education I hear persons say Oh I 1 do not think we are mortgaged to them Bui the present caper is wish I had stayed in the School room when we receive their dollar Wo have If you want to get rich very soon louger oh Id give anything for an edcertain business rules to go by and unless Form n tniBt and lie aoed till noon ucation Wldle they do not realiz we adhere to them the printers in our employ will have to go unpaid and that intelligent homo surroundings A COUNTY FAM books papers correct speaking a recep- Â¬ ilie paper manufacturers whistle for Tim efforts to organize an association their money Obituaries nre charged tive retentive memory are all to be val- Â¬ for the purpose of giving BreckenridgJ a ued and that it lies within themselves to for by till first class papers The News good clean county fair should meet with cultivate and improve the miud it they a Those who can is first class paper It lias doBand possess natural intelligance every encouragement which I will charge for obituaries We sincerely afford to interest themselves in the is to a great extent Inherited A hope that we will not be oiled on again think movement should do po It would be a chilti or a young person is much to bo for explanations good thing for the farming interests ot pitied who is deprived of this gift by in- Â¬ county the heritance and yet has it bestowed as a Will Build in April gilt from God and lacks intelligent surH A Oelze will begin the work of roundings in A GOOD AND FAITHFUL SEIl VANT the home circle erecting his handsome new business The people of Meade county are to be Moiaska one of the three incontest Â¬ congratulated on the possession of bo house aa soon in April as the weather permits It is to be made a model merÂ¬ able great worlds women now left to able and enthusiastic a county Superin Â¬ cantile building and will be an ornament the stage is in Louisville this week tendent as W D Ashcraft He has to the city The building is to be occu Â¬ She Ib original and her ways and meth Â¬ done more to advance the cause of popu- Â¬ pied by Iieatop Willis Co and that ods are her own without imitationwbich lar education in Meade than any other incumbent of the oflice and that is not firm will handle n truly metropolitan is saying a great deal at this day and age when the stage the press tho literary to the disparagement of his predecessors stock of goods world the religious circle are so full of He is filled with vitality with energy had beens and nothing new under ambition and what is better with an the sun Her plays are exalted class Â¬ honest conviction of tils duty and the ics She has revived Lady Macbeth ability to do it He ia the right man in which is said to be her most magnificent the right place and Meade cannot grant protinyal I saw Wallach Davenport him too much honor aa he has earned not Fanny but a Mr and Mrs Farren the gratitude of every parent in tho play Shakespeares famous tragediep whole county gives nature the mild assistance Lady Macbeth Richard Third and needed for the regulation of the ABOUT THE ItOADS Othello In the winter of 04 Mac menses It is Of irnnHrrfnl M beth was the moat brilliant the girl Just entering womanhood Tuts winter has boon harder on roads to the wife and to the woman an- - 4 than any other winter within the mem Â¬ r t nrAffrthnrtiiUiL ubh me turn V KUB of our people The ground has been ory Beg pardon Mr Editor before critl of Si life Women who suffer from soaked through and through and has ny unnatural drain any bearing clslng ray articles read them more care down pains in the lower abdomen also been frozen uulte a distance from the fully I did not say I wanted Uncle am railing or displacement of the surface The very best road in the coun- Â¬ to Increase his army to the standard in womb can quickly cure their troub- Â¬ ty the Hatdlnaburg pike has suffered as les at home completely away from number of Germany or France I did the eyes of a physician severely as tin rest Because the roada A few say and dd not retract that I wanted our doses taken each month will regu are bad we should not be discouraged government to have a people trained to late the menses perfectly We should work harder for good roads arms as those countries Look at our UnatotUeuclitbydrorrlitiforat We must realizo now than ever before Ta Ur16IJ BnUUrCiay AllaUOa late war and at tbe blunders made by that there nill be no great and healthy offlcers not properly disciplined or BRECPNRIDQE NEWS Oirrenl Topics 3rart iUU-- 33 THIS HOW DOES THIS STRIKE YOU We know we are selling goods cheaper than other people We have got an immense stock oh hand and must get rid of it That is why we quote these prices Good EIGHT PAGES ooo VOIR STORY ICvpw tDArntnir T hnVfi S bad taste In my mcfuth my my head tongue Is coated aches and 1 often feel dizzy I have no appetite for breakfast and what food I cat distresses me I havo a heavy feeling in I am getting so my stomach weak that sometimes I tremble and my nerves are all unstrung I I am getting pale and thin am as tired In tho morning as at night What does your doctor say Â¬ You are suffering from Impure blood wnai is m i tint u j ooo ooo Calicoes AT tobacco AT cum AT I 21 Gents 1 Gent PER YARD A Cents Of 4 ooo PER YARD PER YARD Ladies what is more to your interest is the fac that we are selling Â¬ SHIRT WAIST GOODS Beauties in Fine Madras Oloths at A Magnificent Lino of i Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ooo PERCALES at from 5 cents a yard to 12 cents prices cannot bo boat in any city Thcao i- - 5 Cents Per Yard HOW CAN YOU RESIST THIS ooo 1 I WE HAVE A LOVELY LINE OF irtf fcaTTr 4rtnfttl gated bowels If you expect the 1 Sarsapariltji to do its oesiwora But Ayers Pills cure constipa- Â¬ Yftit must EMBROTDEKIES AND INSERTINGS That at the price we are selling them represents a double value to you as we have de- Â¬ termined to let the goods go at half price and less selling them at from 1 cent to 25 cents per yard tion We have a book on Paleness and Weakness which you may have for the asking Â¬ 1 Â¬ ooo WrMo to our Doctor Perhaps you would like to consult eminent phyilclani about your condition Write u freely all tho particular In your cue Vou will receive a prompt rep7 Address DR J 0 ATEn C Â¬ fib THINGS TO EAT AND WEAR Are marked way down low Lowell Mats want yours We are hungry for trade and Thats why we are making these prices Dont pass us by when you want at our store for your benefit Â¬ ooo Â¬ Â¬ ooo ooo 1 Â¬ Â¬ ooo BRABFiELBS FEMALE REGULATOR ooo goods in our line We know men not properly skilled this country 1b far more interested in the development of the navy than of the army Volunteers are called for in the latter and come with training a light task situated as our country now 1b com- Â¬ plications may arise at any time We want trained men on land or sea and therefore must not forget Washingtons advice uttered a century ago I dont wish the life crushed out of our Republic by taxation But I believe to protect our interests the army bill should pass and that an adequate navy must be built Navy or the army or in any other walk If you please Mr of life Dont preach to our boys there and maintained Editor etc etc etc can be no more JefleiBons Clays Web Bters or even WaBhingtona Dont tell Dewey is very pronounced in opinions them there are no statesmen any more He There are men of transcendent power of not entering the political field makes laconic statements in his own today and right in politics pure true terse style about even a suggestion for good examples who have done as much him to appear in the political arena for their country as Dewey or as their We must all commend his decision predeceesors Let the black sheep alone He has been a great success on the high and watch the white seas but it doesnt follow that he would Dewey is not be in another avocation indifferent certainly to campaign news S WITH THE and anticipations in those fitted for tbe business He is not like a gojd many S PENCIL PUSHERS 5 people we all know who feel that to be in politics is to be in a questionable and Says the Stanford Interior Journal therefore even discreditable position many of our bfst citizens are indifierent Tho Hartford Herald publishes a list of as to results of an election and as to the murders that havaoccurn din that county Usually the in the last 72 years which shows that 34 individuals in a campaign men who have the least at stake in a human lives have been taken in that city town or country and the least eeiiEe time As that county ia not nited for of responsibility are earliest at the polls its lawlessness and as its killings may be and stay the longest The relation be- Â¬ taken as an average it will be easily fit Â¬ tween politics and religion is cIobo with urrd that 2042 murders have been committed in the State in tbe last three right thiukicg men nnd women An indifference of the religious classes to score yeats Verily human life is the some extent makes a distinction which cheapest thing in Kentucky is drawn between the sacred and secular The Shelby Sentinel save Every town In the Old Testament as we read it his has its different class ol citizens Some torically we do not find such a disposi- Â¬ pull on every strirg that will bemfi tion In those books we find religion lhom8elvea and their neighbors and and politics mean practically tbe same sometimes if they do not Bee much for thiig Take the writing of the sixteen themselves but see that tliir neighbors prophets which I have just finished will be benefitted pull jist as hard and if you eliminate politics from them Others never pull unless they can see you do away with much of their work the direct benefit to themselves and and words I think God is personally sometimes let gi if thev think their and directly interested in every political neighbors will be benefitted They are campaign and in every strife and con- Â¬ too selfish to be of any benefit outside of flict of any country His arm was sure- Â¬ adding oue to the population and con- Â¬ ly not shorn in our late trouble To suming the amount of food necessary those people of the Old Testament their for their existence Shelbyville has its national capital was the dweiliug place full quota of the latter class tf the Eternal and they made It a busi Â¬ Hoods Sanaparilla never disappoints ness to make It a worthy abiding place for that Presence The very word poli It may be taken for impure and impovertician today is an ill odor Ha is labeled ished blood with perfect confidence that aa a sly person acquainted with intrigue it will cure and skilled in pulling bidden wire gJt ed with a genius for defeating tho good purposes of the people and for diverting WHAT BAD the money which is meant for the pub lic benefit into his own capacious pocket ROADS COST i uont believe a woru oi it it means that we have departed to an asttonomic distance from an unselfish patriotic It has been figured out that there are public spirited political activity of old 1500000 milts of public road in tbe Jeremiah and Isaiah These aro men of United States over which 600000000 course who Beek for office of p rsona tous of freight is hauled overy year aggrandizement only who are not for Futting the average haul at eight miles greed and gain So it is in all walks of though this is probably an overestimate life Eyen ecclesiastically but lbt us not be figures the cost of carting at 12 the briugupour boys aud young men with ton or 1000 000000 tho year such ideas of the men in political With uniformly giod rotda the coat of authority We have had and we do moving this freight would be only 400 have honest men in politics statesmen OOOOOQ saving 00000011 to the public solely intent upon tbo public good annually This Is equivalent to the Intelligent meu who are not only yearly Inter at on 20000000000 of 3 per ai xtouatodo what is socially bst but cent Government bonds who are aiquulnt d with tbe conditions One half of this almost inconceivably under which this betterment can be vast Bum would rebuild every mile of brought about fioveral years rgo I road in the United Slates at an averege remember reading of Mr George Rus Â¬ co it of say l 100 per mile and the oth sell preaching lu Loudon regarding er half would furnish a yearly Income of elections He urged every man to voir -- W per tnne tor tueir repair and main Â¬ for voting he said is a part ol life tenance D way is ou the very pinnacle of fame At present the people r pjnd the vast Hi deserves It He knew just wbeu to sum ot 20000000 each year In repairing grasp just when to strike Hu did it their worthless roads This sum would hence his is world wide fme An op Â¬ build 4000 miles of thoroughly good portunity comes to every man sometime macadam road sufficiently wide for rural lu life to grasp it is the idea There are ue many good men In politics m in the Experiments made in the Mlasourl W C MOORMAN agricultural experiment station show that in nearly all road conditions broad tired wagons pull easier than thoee with nar- Â¬ row tires On macadam roada load of 3518 pounds can be hauled on broad tires with the same draught as a load of 2000 pounds on narrow ones On gravel road except when wet aud sloppy on top the draught of the broad tired wag- Â¬ on is much less than that of the narrow tired wagon a load of 2480 pounds can be hauled on broad tires with the draught required for 2000 pounds on narrow 000 t A SNAP SHOT OF GLENDEANF Z I I tires The trials on dirt roads give varying results When it is dry hard aud free from dust 25H0 pounds can be hauled on broad tires with the draught required for 2000 pounds on narrow tires When the surface is covered with two or three inches of dry loose dust the results are unfavorable to the broad tire In general the better the road the greater the advantage of the broad tiro Ou turf it is much easier of draught Dr Bulls Cough Syrup is unqueu- tionahy the most remarkable remedyever produced for Ihe cure of throat and lung trouble It hai cured thouiands and has done wonder in many casei of Incipient coniumplion WOMAN SUFFRAGE Br4 The question of Womans Suffrage is always a live one and the following com- Â¬ munications were evoked by the publica- Â¬ tion of an artlclo on the subject in tbe week before last issue of the News Our Brandenburg correspondent i J ni Womans suffrage by Oold Water In last insue was out and out for woman voting Some good arguments were made But please excuse me unless it were p ssible for my sex to shoulderfthe Herculean task of purifying the politi- Â¬ cal arena Tne coming generation will no doubt o to the bootha It eays I spondent who signs herself Oold Water baa discoursed the Womans Suffrage question much abler than X could do I will Imply say I fully and uneoulvocallv Indorse her article and ask every reader of your valuable paper who has read it to read it airain in fact I wish every yoter In th- - United 8tates would read it It Ib to l fouud in the issue ot the Nkwj for Fifty Cant of Fs 23 id This was a good day to Guaranteed tobacco lublt cure makes weak mea mrong blood Duro 60oll All druitifUU publl ih such an article Respectfully SEND US ONE DOLLAR Titos J Jolly and It entitled Womans FufTrage was a most found perfect ly satisfactory Interesting piece and the writer certain Â¬ u4 Us tnstwt BU Bit ly proyes her sax proud as an U1U yon avsr saw woman Tlu subject agitated whether or heard or not a woman should h nllm0i n trsitTuHf vote Her sentiments were perfectly tuiITsar racial splendid and they are consistent with rail SI300 mine Why not a woman be allowed to less the NXO sent with orvote Where are some of those old eharses fogies who believe that woman was made andrraliht top U U IDiilssU only fir Blavea Wake up and let u Blckel platsd te - Dar Mb EtiiTOu ft t Aa your corre- Â¬ The following a poets dream might be were it not a descrintion of Glendeane It appeared in the college paper last weex its author gives us permission to send it to the News A sleepy looking little vilage whose handful of houses clustered together in simplicity might readily suggest that the majority of its inhabitants are passing rich with forty pounds a yoar men to fortune and to fame unknown but a splendid lot of whole aouled fellows are they A few stores a blacksmith shop that lacks only the spreading chestnut tree to make it the subject of a poem a hostelry whose genial host entertains a goodly company a saw mill that bursas merrily to the tune of Im These with the drug store depot and about a dozen dwellings make up Glen- Â¬ deane dear Glendeane whoso memory shall lingrtr like echoes that resound in the hills of the Golden World A famil Â¬ iar sight is a crowd of men aad boys in duging In all sorts of pastimes near the depot with no thought of labor to worry their minds Blejsed state this when one can have a life of glad content undis- Â¬ turbed by arduous duty Blessed state I say to enjoy this kind of life but this is not for us all We must get to our tasks and well conquer or die And then the doctor At the mention of him we wish we were an unabridged dictionary so we might find words enough to do justice to him Oar thoughto naturally turn to the Doctor of the Old School McLaren so fitly de Â¬ scribes and we think of his noble nature and life of self sacrifice as applicable to our own Dr Dempster And if the hero of Drumsleugh had been helped by the comforting companion that Ib tbe best half of our medicine man perhaps the lonely neigh of the dear old hoise the broken Bnow drifts and the long solemn line of mourners would have been de Â¬ layed many years Tho crowuing glory the chief pride of Glendeane is Utopia from whose portals haye gone and will g lads and lassies who will help to be tne motive powers of this gratid old commonwealth When the principal and his assistant aro occm nanta of Grid a Arr matt tli I Bhed linger like sweet incense borne niun uy npiru wings te vt Tim article in week before t t t lasts Irsuo Sour freight Wn4ri a WTUTBVCROnBBIO VTOVK CAT K a oen M This mad ftDmfMl pl Iron v have your views nf this Important ques tion Elkanor B Hkndbick o a js o tu to KM o aa a ac You Haw Alwara BoiM ornamentation and trlmmtacs eiira a88 la IV omd BSnulns tuskk asrsskU IIm4 souiUmoraamsntodbaa ssslssrsvssaa f amsh r l aa tra wood araU osVlny It wtW eeiBAlTU sol ws4 ssrasr If a I1MW A ry stoi and urantM afiUllTsry toyorrrau roadsUUoo YoarloosldsalrwouldehanreTy OT lBI I ofly aboutAdlnss wcblMi rail ss wlo M mni 13 u When you wiU tnatoa tail yPti Ml m Breckenridge WEDNESDAY News MARMI 81801 THE LOCAL NEWS IN CLOVERPORT Itoadfl are horrible The early bird caught a cold Signs 6 spring are multiplying Bilious and Intermittent Fevers which prevail in miasmatic dis- Â¬ tricts are invariably accompan- Â¬ ied by derangements of the Stomach Liver and Bowels DoctorsSay The Secret of Health Vacant hoims are bard to And Business shows steady improvement Ilouoo cleaning will noon bo in order Bliu birds have made their nppaar- i The liver is the great driving wheel in the mechanism of man and when it is out of order the whole system becomes deranged and disease is the result Â¬ ance Freight business on the road isquito brisk Tutts Liver Pills Cure all Liver Troubles Winter has begun to linger in the lap of sprint Sore arms are getting more and more plentiful Belt buckles and clasps in great varl- ety at 8u lasers Mrs Sam Stltes returned home from Louisville Friday Well Mr Oldest inhabitant what do you think of this weatiier Tho double train service on the branch was too good to last Miss Addle Louise Babbage is the proud possessor of auewbicycle The early robin wishes by this time that It had not been so precious The frogs that heralded the approach of spring Bhould follow the example of the ground hog People who say they saw hailstones as J week B Batrs of Kirk was here last r big as hens eggs last Friday probably mean bantam eggs I II Murray and Mug Severs were in Hardiusburg Saturday-- attending the railroad convention Edgar Adkisson and wife of Lodlburg were in the city Sunday the guests of Mr and Mrs Ed Adams Miss Mamie Witt who has been visit ing friends at Erlanger Ky is the guest of Mr nnd Mrs Julius Nolle E 0 Babbage and Ed Goodnight spent Saturday and Sunday the guests of Mr and Mrs Wm Ditto near Branden- Â¬ burg J S 0 wings Wolf Creek representing the Eugelharts wholesale grocery house of Loulsvillewas in the city last Wednes The Turtle is the lateit thing in fads day great variety at Su z Mrs Trigg Combs of Holt arrived J II Brown of Sample waa in Owens yesterday for a visit to her parents Mr boro Saturday on business J H Hile Troy Ind was here last and Mrs W A Gordon near Rome Owensboro Messenger Wednesday visiting friends Circuit Clerk Sherman Ball and DepAn ounce of prevention Is worth a uty Sheriff Beard wero in tho city Sun- Â¬ pound of cure Get vaccinated day on their way home to Hardinsburg Tobacco twisters are in great demand They had ben visiting friends at Bran- Â¬ at Loulsyllle Good wages are paid denburg J A Tonnes Owensboro scent severMrs F Fraize went to Louisville al days in town last week on business Wednesday to attend the grand opera Guy Oelze of Owensboro was the and to witness Otis Skinners perfor Kuest of relatives in the city last week- She returned mance of Itojemary The local physician havo been kept home Friday quiet busy vaccinating residents of the Mrs Alfred Hennen of Cannelton city acting as chaperone of the Misses Anna Owen T May of Indianapolis is the and Frances Hennen of Hawesvillei guest of his parents Mr and Mrs H J passed through the city Thursday on May- - their way to Louisville to witness Car Â¬ men Tony Kirst tho popular Cannelton merchant tailor was in town Thursday Miss M J McClellan of Jefferson vile on business Ind was the guest of the family of Ennis Mrs Morgan Fountain of Holts left Moorman colored last week She had a Mouday for Kansas where she will re Â¬ very pleasant visit and left here to go to Stephensport to visit friends Tuesday side in future morning Wml Blaine and Tom Haunan Pates Master Eugene Joiner and the MiLses ville were among the Hancock people Mary Joiner and Margaret Moorman bore last week The bad roda throughout this district spent Saturday and Sunday as the guestsÂ¬ are preventing a great deal of tobacco get- Â¬ of their little friend Miss Mildred Foun tain at Holts previous to the latters ting to market departure to Kansas whee she will James Pace and Frank Payne went to make their future home Louisville Thursday to hear Carmen Mrs Tobin wife of Ed Tobin and her at theauditorium little son Albert Clement returned to When you want McOormick farm ma- Â¬ her heme at Morgaufield Saturday She chinery and Armour fertilize call upon bad been visiting her parents and friends James A Wimp of Ekron in the Ghenault neighborhood and was a passenger on the steamer Tarascon She Ha9 Attal8 BoDM lha Kllu got off at Haweaville where she was met ti She is greatly missed by her husband and all her friends hope to see her back among them soon Her husband is a very energetic and thrifty citizen of Morganfleld Â¬ Qiarterly court at Brandeubnn next Monday Mrs J D BrHilipar of Owensboro is In the city Dr J 0 Moorman was at Addison Wednesday Ilenrv Dckj of Addlson wrw in town WedneadBy was in Dr J T Milner Patesyllle town Friday After al the ground hoq knew what he Was doing The New South passed up Monday with a big trip J Ff Vlckerp ol Owensboro waa in town Saturday A beautiful selection of bend necklesv es at Sulzers DrS 8 Watklne of Owensboro was in the city Friday Who said tist tliH spring time hnd come gontle Anne John L Titus Graudview was here on business Monday Charms of the most exquisite and uni- Â¬ que designs at Suz rs was in Elzibethtowo P E Mill town last Wednesday Miss Oleona Weatberholt is visiting relatlvtB in Liuisvill Miss Ruth Sterrett ofSklllman Is in the city visiting relatives Got Franklin Lauder of Hawtsville is in the city on businefp rs Â¬ Â¬ so deeply riders step off so the horso can flounder out Fact I Mrs D 0 Moorman went to Falls of Rough Saturday to vMt Mrs Peyton and attended Quarterly meeting Mrs P E Stone who had been visit ing her daughter Mrs Perry Hosklns lelt Wtdutsday for WVslVIuw Fro I McDonald went to McDanlelB on abusing trip Saturday Ho cpontthe night at Dr Harts returning Sunday Miss Ella Robertson spent Saturday and Sunday with Misses Mary and Nellie Aloorman She expects to leavo this week for a protracted visit to Union town Johnny Mattltuy nnys ho is expect a big spring trade in plows and other farmers supplies in his line He like a wise man is taking time by the fore- Â¬ lock and is preparing in advance to meet ell orders Buck Moorman the Glendeane mer Â¬ chant with his characteristic enterprise has bought and is opening up the largest and most varied selection of dry roods notions and shoes ever brought to Breck- Â¬ enridge county and is offering them at the lowest possible cash prices See his advertisement on tho editorial page The service on Tue Branch is not as good as It has been The passenger train makes but one round trip dally instead of two the former number This is no disturbance to Glendeane our people are loo attentive to business to travel and visitors once arriving are too well pleased to care wether other trains come for months I have long liked the Brandenbu g correspondence of the Nkws Complete nessbreadth originality worth make it unsurpassed and rarely equalled even in much more pretentious papers I was particularly pleased last week to see that conscientious correction of some little mistake of the week before too that assurance that accuracy of items is a high constant aim is deserving high- Â¬ est praise In tbesa days of carelessness puff and attempting to exaggeration outdo all others It is a novel sight to see accuracy and precision used by those who really do live lone write every week and never grow old I Owing to a pressure of work tho re- Â¬ ports of the school children are not sent for publication this month Emma Dee Moorman was perfect Others about aB usual Two medals were offered for the best averages for five months beginning the second school month Little Miss Emma Dee Moorman won the first Nearly up to her own high standard were her two little classmates cousins and particular friends May Dempster and Daisy Deane Daisy and May tied A medal will be awarded to each Faithful little heroines unselfish and ever helping one another they deserve more than medals more than your correspond- Â¬ ent can tell They ar keeping up their perfect recitations as next months report will show More than prizes its energy spirit and principle that makes Close contestants were them work Sallie Robertson Walter Moorman Alma Mattingly Elliott Moorman and Ollie Hoskins Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ sunk Vtt Endorsed by the Governor Virginias EPRESENTATIVE chit magistrate recommends Peru na the National Catarrh Remedy and Nerve Tonic ilF5 MEN Your Head AND m Po-ru-- scription as a tonic Its reputation her work or pleasure when their corns ache as a euro for catarrh is excellent it having been used by a number of peoplo known to Give your head a chance by putting your feet into the Shoes mo with tho very best results Very truly sold nt SULZERS Gov G W Atkinson Catarrh is tho national disease Not They are modeled so as to be adapted to the human foot an American family is frco from it Tho search for relief and euro is con stant Experiments of all kinds aro The leather is bark tanned glove soft yet so tough as to wear continually inado without result for good Ignorance of tho causes and long nature of catarrh is universal Catarrh is elusive persistent penetrating It may exist in any organ of tho body For this national malady there exists tho national sclentlflo remedy wnlch for forty years has been doing a Want anything in our line in grand work Gov G W Atkinson is tho unflinching foo of ofWestVlrrinU catarrh and overcomes it whorover It may exist It is tho prescription of Dr Hartman President of tho Surgical Hotal Columbus 0 who gives personal attention without chargo to a voluminous correspondence on tho subject of catarrhal diseases Dr Hart mans books on catarrh are mailed on application All druggists sell 11 nro bIow to Bpcalc for publication This is bo causo their influence is so great Tho endorse ment of Governors Senators nnd Congressmen guarantees merit Publlo words of praiso from such prominent ofllcials must bo based on positive knowledge Tho recognition which tho catarrh remedy Is constantly receiving by men of national Among recent letters from lamo Is very gratifying persons of eminence is tho following from Governor Atkinson of West Virginia Tho governor says CnAnLKSTOx West Vn March 9 1898 ihe Medicine Co Columbus 0 Gentlemen I can recommond your pro- Â¬ Pe-ru-- Your Feet How can a man give his mind to his business or a woman to -- a Â¬ Pe-ru-- Pe-ru-- Pe-ru-- Groceries Dry Goods Notions Etc COMB TO to Louisville last Mouday and returned Wednesday There was soveral plaut beds burned last week during the suishlny days Misses Mary Mingus and Mlna Per- Â¬ kins Ueechfnrk wero visiting relatives here last week James DeJernotte Tolly Station was here Saturday gettirg subscribers for a school article to be taught by Miss Delia Atwood Tho Old Hickory Syrup made by Frank and Brickey is an up to date diet and a quart of it will last longer than a half gallon of any other brand A heayy fog on the 4th of March pre dicts a heavy frost on the 4th of May says the sup iratitious proguosticator So pre- Â¬ pare for it and dont be alarmed if the sun is not visible the night following tho frost And thete is almost sure to t e more or less bad weather the remainder Young rianJDroppcdlDead Andrew Cook a well known young man of Ohio county dropped dead while on his way from church He had been in perfoct health and was talking and lauahiug with a lot of other young peo Â¬ ple when he fell to tho ground When his companions reached him life was extlrct V SULZER S j WANTS WANTED AAMAAAAAAAAAKAAAAAvAAAAAAAAAVAA Advertisements inserted under this head at the rata of one cent a word each insertion AGENTS WAN andGrrasf EK1I Oil riJI He Ijble men u put in nil or part ol taking o Iep for our Iubnc mni Oils CO Liberal coimmsifcion t loflui I UK KKU- - d FOH SALE the month Well the road question has been dis cussed through the News from A to Z and it is almost useless for the editor to insert a paragraph in that respect still I feel that a public opinion from tho people from this place on the subject would not worry the readers to any great ex- Â¬ tent I think the Nevis has done her part in trying to impress the idea on tho minds of the peoplo Shb has published of Â¬ Â¬ ENGINE TTOIl SAI1I One poitablu ten liore pjwer en JL Kine gooa as new iieumin make for ensh or iraue j u uwuimik lluwesville Ky iw FOR SALE -- SOJ A BEANS CLOTHING Remember We Are Closing Out IOIt LK SAIK Srj i or Soy Ueanj and Cow Pia II UtilliMlY Llmurport Ky WANTED SCHOOL Address Oflicc W n aprin iiialiiiii y firt clai experimced teacher bcnuoi iieieeuces exenanuen care iRBCkKNKIDGE NEWS MARE Educate Your IloivoU 10c 25c Candy Cathartic cure constipation forever If C C C fall druggists refund money VIi Ciiicaroti MATTINGLY R C Mattingly is delivering his tobac- Â¬ co at Oloverport Richard PerkinB went to Loltchfield last week on business Miss Ora Brickey spent Sunday even Â¬ ing with Miss Ida Frank Miss Mary Beavin Oloverport came out Sunday to visit relatives Mrs Rosa Whitehouse went to Olo- Â¬ verport Sunday to visit relatives Messrs Sam and Chester Beavin went feT Br mm f I SATURDAY NIGHT Will see the end of our Groat Signals weather Beware of Ointments for Catarrh Contains Mercury that Do Slash Sale So take warning and Bf as mercury will surely destroy the eonso of Bmell and completely derange the whole system when entering it through Such articles the mucous surfaces Bhould never be used except on prescript- Â¬ ion from reputable physicians as the damage they wil do is ten fold to the good you can possibly deriye from them Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo 0 contains no mercury and is taken Internally act Â¬ ing directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system In buying Halls Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genu- Â¬ ine It is taken Internally and made in Co Toledo Ohio by by F J Cheney Testimonials free 8old by Druggist price 75c per bot- Â¬ tle every change in the Does you take cold with your throat feel raw And do sharp pains dart through your danger signals which point chest Dont you know these are to pneumonia bronchitis or consumption Itself If you are ailing and have lost flesh lately they are certainly danger signals The question for you to decide Is Have 1 the vitality to throw off these diseases Dont waft to try SCOTTS EMULSION as a last re- Â¬ sort There Is no remedy equal to it for fortifying the system Prevention Is easy column after column and has almost beg Â¬ ged the people to look after and attend to what is their own interests Of course there has been considerable improve- Â¬ ment done in the past year but its not a drop in a bucket to what should be done I have been in a country the pst four years where they havo good roads and I know what the result of good roads is I have heard the pioneers of that place tell how hard they haye fought for good roads just as the major- Â¬ ity of the people here are doing now They euccaeded why cant we It is impossible for a farmer to cHmb the lad- Â¬ der of prosperity unless he has an un- Â¬ failing market for his farm products Its impossible for a city to produce and kt op up a market unless it is surroutided by a set of farmers full of regularity and punctuality who are able to support it When can we havo those convenlencies Never until we have roads that we can travel over each day in the year without having to have from two to nine teams Why cant we to pull a load to market One reason is the influen Â¬ have them tial men of the county differ too much in their opinions If tho county would is sue bonds or otherwise issue district bonds and then emoloy some energetic engineer that thoroughly understands his business to superintend the matter and let him be aware that the financial means were not limited and let every one follow his rules and regulations we will then have roads that will not only be beneficial to farmers and those that conduct the produce market but it will benefit the merchant druggist doctors livery stable men etc There is no use Baying we cant havo good roads for we can As many limestone rock and as many influential mon not making any comparison between the two as there is in Breckenridge county we should have no dread of bad roads during the winter season FOH SALE SALii A Kooll mare line saddle and tnkgy animal Ior further in formation write R S MILIKR Hirdinsburg Ky FOR SALE MULE AND HORSE tf lloth work well anywhera Will sell It 1IJYTIIE llarilinshurr FOR SALE FARM SALE One good mule lixlern and quarter hauds high nnd one horse sixteen hands high time st Ul IlAltMNSItUlu SA1K A jood farm or nbout too acres between lUg hprlng and luster HANK c tf - Our Line MENS ol BOYS FOR SALE OR TRADE ENGINE SAW MILL and saw mill complete which will sell veiy cheap for cash or will trade lor n mule team Address JU1A1 HOOK SK Ilardlnsburjr ky aw WANTED -- IOIt hALIi Oil TKADK 1 haveairoud f en- TIMBER LAND LUM- - T ANTED TT llltll COEvansvllle near river Tracts of Oak and Poplar Timber CKAWFORDSVILLE Ind TUITION aw SUITS AT LOW J hUKlKBNKIDKb Everything TTIOIl hAIK Ci rtlhcata in Jlryant Ilusiness Colltje laiuisville Kv NEWh OFrlCE Apply to Mratlon thats good in LIFE ACCIDENT FIRE INSURANCE Furnished by GEORGE II CASlEKKE Jewelry nnJ Insurnncc BRANOBKnUHO JOHN A KENTUOKY DAN ORILEY Vice President BISHOP RRGES President E R BASSETT Cashier Grayson County Bank EbTAOUSHID 1888 Lcitchfittld Kentucky Capital Stock MAEOH AFBIL MAY These Are the Months In Whioh to Purify the Blood This is tho seasons when your blood is loaded with impurities accumulated during the winter months from close confinement rich food and other causes these impurities must be driven from your system or they may breed serious diseases and cause untold suffering Hoods Sarsaparilla Is the greatest and best blood purlfylug medicine it is possi- Â¬ ble to obtain It is what the millions taka in the spring It will purify and enrich your blood create an uppetlto tone up yoursyetem and uive you Bound robust health 100000 Paid in 15000 VEST wwywwvww4 VAWWWVW rC INTEREST PAID ON TIKE DEPOSITS GLENDEANE Miss Carrie Hayes West View Is at Â¬ tending school here Edward Gary recently mustered out at Annlston Ala is at home No notaries but pleuty of talk and some fears for what may be Jake Lender who has been sick for BOinutime was in town Saturday Mrs Bottle Moorman is visiting her daughter Mre Bob Crider at Fordsyllle Miss Fannie Green is visiting relatives and friendL In Louisville and Fisher vlllo Nolle Ashley Is back at his old place u the depotnud a welcome to such an obliging fellow Henry Darst bridge foreman was at hoiua Bauday from Doe Run bridge where he Is at work HorsM almost Impamble Hotels hero be ibr Saturday night gt n i MaMh 4AJ99 armix r v Sr h ii prevents consumption and hosts of other diseases which attack the weak and those ii with poor blood SCOfTS EMULSION Is ii ii the one standard remedy for ii Inflamed throats and lungs n for colds bronchitis and con- Â¬ n sumption It Is a food medi Â¬ ii cine of remarkable power A n food because It nourishes the medicine be Â¬ ii body and i Emulsion Scotts AH ft 1 erly All and settle on or taints said dtte JAMKS It bKlLLMAN partlri Administrators Notice havlnff rrons deceased claims against the eilate of will produce the same prop Ward proved on orbelnrc the Hist day of April ijo Indebted to said tstate will come forward Â¬ Iebruarv jo iw Adoir w rui - I U Oft V U I ccii a natt ORMS J A VERMIFUGE Most In WHITES CREAM BtstlsQuitlltr Prepared ib7 SOLD F A BEAVIN PRACTICAL SURVEYOR For information on Bur voying writo mo at EYKHY1 ll UTawh Damariaii u numr nvmeuivsi i icu AXjX DHVOOXBTSui B JAMES F BALLARD St Louls For sale by It Fiehur Oloverport Ky A BEAUTIFUL GIFT Tho liolidayB aro fast approach- Â¬ ing If you havo a friend you aro going to remember on ChriBtmael what would ho moro appropriate as a gift than a flno Oxford Toaohora Bible bound in morocco You can get such a Biblq with tho Bheck bnbidqe Nkw8 for one year for You cant buy tho Bible at retail for lesB than 250 anywhere in tho world By thla arrangement you practically got tho News freo for ono year Tho Childs Bible a beautiful work for children and the New 8 for ono year lor 200 t Tfli FAB cause It corrects diseased l coadUloRS oc 4nd lipo nil druggUu SCqfT POWNP ChimUU Nw Yprk Beet Goes up orice of beef has advanced con The alderably on the local market selling at 12 cents per pound The butchers glye as a reason for the advance the scarcity of beef They lay too that the quality of beef left In the county is not up to the standard OLOVERPORT KY 8250 DeWitfa Little Early Rbcrs Th fiatou llttU pill with llrstskllllng you whetar yon onntlnn the touacto hsiilC DtMe rsrauTu in ussire rer toDieco wim eineismoo vuHCTvusuiirv uue puriut ins mood IJWV m in JSUGA kai f V loss ntsai torts you strong iikst old 400000 icurtu uiut an POCIItvTM MAcric too inwn drurlfttwh vI H-k-willwill V ouch for iu Tak It wtin LntvtUntlTiMrmitaBtly On I J1 T1 hnerrsr Jll as Jcu I LM sa Wiflaf Aro Wit Via uiufclly wz nftrjuilMd to tun mr MMMMfM4lMstjyWM aunai SboiMtlbfc w refund montr ii mem WSJW r 1 t FARM AND STOCK gSXSSI PLANT ONLY THE BEST SEED BSXIXSESS2 A AN OLD STORY ST WILL TEHtLBIt VTrnrnTjivYi wrvrivaEj a iiiAXVJt C3 3r sgs are Cc apiece at Indianapolis MUCH depends upon the quality of the seed that it pays to make extraordi Â¬ One Jessamine county farmer lost 300 SO nary efforts to secure tho best for planting In the end the best is the cheaplamba by freezing est but Yiio most expensive is not always tho best Very often It is more a At a salo in Marlon 25 ones and three matter of getting tho right seed for the right soil and place We niu t bo ready to bucks sold at 5C5 adapt ourselves to new conditlono nnd to do this it is often necessary to try plants A Wisconsin track of land upon which that have heretofore been unknown to us In that case the best seed must como there aro 200000000 foot of pine lumber from new varieties of corn wheat or vegetables The cost of the seed is a matter that deters many a farmer from getting tho sold for 1000000 best He reasons that his old worn out seed will de well enough for another sea Â¬ The Stanford Intorlor Journal notes son and so ho uses it one too many times A little extra outlay for needed seed sales of a bunch of heifers at 3 and 3 would probably make a difference of many dollars in the Fall It does not pay to cts and 100 Rood ewes at 4 each plant year after year tho seed of run out plants which will continue to degenorato The prediction has boen made that until they aro little bettor than weeds The true prlnclplo is to bring new seed of corn will bo worth 2 50 per barrel by some kind to the farm every year and then the vitality of tho crops will not degen- Â¬ May lBt says the Winchester Democrat erate and hero will be no great demand for an outlay of seeds any one year Farm ore everywhere are complaining It is just as important to keep up the quality of the seeds and plants through caro of the late froeae and subsequent thaw ful selection and breeding as it is to Introduce new blood in tho live stock each pulling young wheat and clover out of year No intelligent breeder of stock would permit his herd to run down without trying to stem the deganeracy by crossing with full blooded animals ground The methods of collecting and keeping the seeds are important also in decid- Â¬ The Advocate says that Boyle county pays 3000 a year for the support of its ing the success of the crop Corn for instance left in the crib through the Winter paupers and the work is only half done until Spring subjected to alternate freezing and thawing loses much of its vitality Treated in this way it can never bo expected to give tho best results Tho choicest at best ears should be gathered and taken out of the crib before Spring arrives Then they Mr Wm Allen of Cumberland coun should bo placed whero they will thoroughly dry before planting time Sudden ty last week sold to Meesrs K R and changes in the temperature will not then injure them A good deal of seed corn Jfl J A Young 15 feeder and 21 stock ruined by being allowed to feeze and thaw in the crib or at least tho vitality is so steers at 4 and 430 injured that it will produce unsatisfactory plants The Ohambllss Bros of Falls of Rough Tho value of care in selecting and keeping the seeds of other grains and vege Â¬ finished gathering corn last week theso tables should be understood and appreciated As a rule one can raise most of the gentlemen are holding their last years seeds needed on the farm but if not willing to give tho required time and labor to wheat for higher prices make them perfect it is cheaper in the end to secure them from othor sources Tho Winchester Democrat reports where their reliabily is known and tested sales of G3 barrels of extra corn deliver- Â¬ ed at 210 and says 1750 was refused DAIRY POINTERS for a lot of 325 pound calves If the butter is mottled work it a little after salting A horse 37 years old which belonged If tho butter is too soft feed tho cows some potatoes to Senator Elliston of Bath county died Crosses are usually better for farmers than pure breeds Ills gravo was decorated with flowers Stringy milk can be cured by feeding the cows clean hay Â¬ and a marble Btono marks his last rest Wash all the mik vessels with cold water before scalding ing place Wherever possible test the cows milk before buying her Sheep climb oyer rocks and ledges Cows and horses should not be allowed in the same pasture where cows would not venture and al Â¬ Many dairymen like an ounce of salt to tho pound of butter most every herb that grows suffices them Richer feed does not mean richer milk it means more milk for food and they never crop a pasture Do not wet your hands when milking if you do you fUvor the milk but to benefit it Adding hot water to cream while churning is the worst of all practices A well known cattle trader of this Heating milk to 100 degrees Pasteurizes it Stir it continually while hot Clark county informed us ths week You waste 25 per cent of your butter in Summer by not using a separator that ho had heard of endeavors to buy When the butter is poor do not blame the cow Blame your own want of ski JA cattle for delivery this summer at fivo Warm milk from the cow does not absorb odors While cooling keep it in a cents per pound but tho offer was pure atmosphere Illinois Dairy Report refused by the farmer Winchester Democrat WHY YOU SHOULD KEEP HENS Corn is selling at 150 in the crib and 175 delivered in Mercer Bonta Bros 1 Because you ought by this means to convert a great deal of the waste on sold four work mules in Lexington at the farm into money in the shape of eggs and chickens lor market 00 Col More sold 51 800 pound cattle 2 Because with intelligent management they ought to be all year revenue at 4c Many lambs old sheep and pigs producers excepting perhaps about two months during moulting season froie to death during the blizzard 3 Because poultry will yield him a quicker return for his capital invested Democrat than any of the other departments of agriculture 4 Because the manure from the poultry house will make valuable compost The horse and jack season Is not far off and those of our readers who make for use either in vegetable garden or orchard The birds themselves if allowed to seasons with their stock are reminded run in the orchard will destroy many injurious insects 5 Because while cereals and fruits can only be successfully grown in certain that there is no better medium of adver- Â¬ Xkwh sections poultry can be raised for table use or to lay eggs in all parts of the countising than tho Breckeniiidok which goes every where Cards and try 0 Becanse poultry raising is an employment in which the farmers wife and bills printed almost for a song An authority on such matters says daughter can engage and leave him free to attend to other departments 7 Because it will bring the best roturnsin the shape of new laid eggs during The yield of oranges in the Southern is about the Winter season when the farmer has most time on his hands part of California this season 8 Because to start poultry raising on the farm requires little or no manage- Â¬ 5000000 boxes Of this number about four fif is are being sent to tho Eastern ment poultry can be made with little cost a valuable adjunct to the farm Er The financial crop will be bo cities i ween Si000000 and 1000000 AVOID TOO MUCH CORN Dont i tincro Suit and Smoke lour Lift Awijr To secure the best hogs do not give tho pigs corn for the first four mouths In- Â¬ maj To qu tobacco easily ami oi ever stead provide good pasture and give them all the oats they will eat After they are etlc It or life norm and lRor lule lac th worker that makes wealt men four moths old keep a mixture of corn and oats before them at all times It is best 11 UruRRlhts UOcorll strong CuruKuaran- - to procure your boar while he is yet a pi and he grows up stFoDg and vigorous xjltlct and sample free Address teed Kterllnr Hemedy Co Cblcaco or New York Sows to be kept over are not given all the corn they will eat but are fed some oat Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ iIIX9 i nrrrirn rkjJis ttJK i ddaat tutadtoc kiirkLJKSi OB FARM TOPICS 3XSlXSXS3eiIXS a country village Many such are to be found Just a quiet rustic hatntot Whero men rich and poor abound And It nestled near n hillside It was but Hillside rugged rocky steep Quite unfit for cultivation But as pasture good for sheep Once n keen farsghted farmer Owned this noble eminence And to hold and keep it private He surrounded it with fence Then 10 stocked it with fine Shrop Bhires Good for wool and mutton too And he said Thoyll keep the brush down And Ill have eomo money due Alas one night eomo village dogs Went slow trotting up the hill With pure malice all aforethought And with clear intent to kill So they cornered up the Shropshire And they helped themselves to meat They killed and tore and mangled More than ninety dogs could eat 1 Then when dawn began to hover Oer the mountains to the east They licked their bloody jaws and home Ward trotted from tho feast While the owner of the Shropshlrcs In his rage and his dismay Tracked tho canines to the village Where he spent the livelong day Seoklrg dogs full to repletion Seeking doge of savage mein He close examined dog Whereon trace of blood wao seen But each dog in that wholo village 1 hero were six and forty there Had spent tho night well kennel chained So the owner did declare ery And when them the fanner questioned Sirs why do you keep a dog They laughed and sneered and asked of him Now Why do you keep a hog 7 A hog because it is useful The astonished farmer cried Thats just the why we keep tho dogs The bold villagers replied 1 For nice dogs are fine to look at They are good to have around To run out and chase the wagons And to bark at evry sound To keep chickens from the garden Theyre And keep bread from molding too good theyre good for other things Said the farmer That will do Now tell me if theres anyone Here among you who is lax In paying the collector in His just annual dog tax And the villagers all left him Saying not a word for they Were renters nearly evry one And had not a tax to pay So thus it come that that great Held Pastures not a sheep to day And that farmer is still waiting On the dog fund for his nay To Curo Contlpatlon Forever Talto Cascurets Candy Cathartic lOo orS3o C C tall to cure UrutKists refund mnuoy It C While the sprouting of potatoes under ordi- nary conditions is very objectionablo thoy may be so sprouted SHEEP AND PROSPERITY as to matterially advance their earllness George F Lewis writing to American Agriculturist says This is done by placing them end down Agricultural as well as commercial prosperity depends upon a fertile soil single layers in shallow trays on the The way to maintain fertility cheaply is a live question with many farmers who in floor in a light and moderately warm haye robbed their land by continual cropping Many of our most successful farm- Â¬ room Thus placed they will send out ers haye found sheep a most pioUtable animal and a most excellent help in cheaply stubby green sprouts which will enriching and reclaiming light and wornout land Many instances could be cited short remain in that condition for weeks where eheep alone have improved and brought to a high Btato of fertility farms Such potatoes planted without breaking which were so badly run out that they failed to nroluco a paying crop A case in the sprouts will grow immediately and point A field containing fifteen acres which did not grow a gxd crop of oats was produce an early crop seeded to timothy red and alslke clover A flick of sheep was given access after harvest The result was 30 large loads of the finest quality of hay the next season Some 0f tho fruits of FRUITS OF A flock of well bred sheep is useful in many way They are great scavengers eat Â¬ PEACE peace aro seen in a re ing up and converting weeds and brush into caih and after harvest if allowed to cent shipment of wheat run on grain fields will pick up that which would otherwise bo lost much better to Spain Tho United States Consul at than other stock Valonlca states that a cargo of four I havo also found a new use for my favorites If you have a piece of land thousand tons of red Winter wheat which is too rich to produce a crop of oats that will stand up pasture them down which had arrived from New York prov Â¬ early in the season only turning your sheep on when land and oats are dry You ed entirely satisfactory in quality and will bo surprised at the crop harvested as well as the gain made in sheep and that importers were ready to receive lambs Sow clover and rape or turnips on the grain fields and when pastures aro more during the Winter and Spring past the sheep will be contentedly grazing laying fat on their The price seems to compare favorably I short and harvest backs on vour land and filling your pocket book with that of Russian wheat the kind The future for the sheep is particularly bright We as a nation have only previously imported although the Amer- Â¬ just commenced to learn that spring lamb is delicious and prime mutton healthful ican product pays 20 per cent higher Whle receipts of sheep at tho leading markets are largjr prices aro good which duties than the Russian This was the shows that people are consuming more mutton tlian formerly Many object to first direct shipment from the United sheep because they require better fences than cattle but I wish to remind that States to this point since the war class that a farm to bring the most profit must be fenced to turn sheep and hogs as I I well as other stock and that a good sheep feme is also a good cattle and horse ALMOST The State commiss- fence WIPED OUT loner of agriculture has While at times sheep have not been as profiublo as other stock yet on an aver Â¬ received reports from age I think they will compare very favorably witn any farm animal in cash returns 101 counties in Kentucky since the re- Â¬ while the labor in caring for them is lees than for either cattle or hogs Stick to cent cold snap which show that the your sheep for they will enrich your farm and bring you prosperity peach crop is almost completely killed while apples and other fiuits are compar- Â¬ atively uninjured All the late wheat THE LOUISVILLE DARK MARKET are seriously damaged and as an unus- Â¬ The Dark market has not developed any now features during the week and the ually large amount of the acreage was total offerings have been only moderate Long African leaf has not been offered sown late the loss will be immerse X t freely nor havo buyers shown any anxiety to secure it Prices however are un Â¬ t changed Stemmers are less active but firm on the basis of last weeks quotations Packing and provision PRICES Stemming lias not developed locally as at one time anticipated and this notwith- Â¬ ADVANCING men say that the price standing the unusual suitability of the crop for tnat purpose Old Dark Lugs still of beef will be higher hang fire and the Spanish buyer makes no sign A long of Lugs was offered Fri this summer than it has been for some day at one of tho warehouses ancfthe prices realized showed that the boom had time Whole herds of cattle have been not struck this style of leaf yet Holders howet er have not lost heart but look killed by the blizards which have swept over the Western country thousands forward to an improved condition of the market at an early date have been frczn to death and other thousands starved to death The great storms completely buried all vestige of An American syndicate according to tho New York Commercial has gained pasturage and some cattle men estimate control of 70 per cent of the tobacco output of Havana and will intcorpqrate tin that the losees of cattle and sheep will reach the enormous total of 3500000 Consolidated Tobacco Company of Cuba capital 8000000 preferred and 4000000 head This is sure to affect the market I common and prices are already advancing mares should liavo all tho well cured hay that they will eat when fed regularly three times a day says the Horse Breeder If in addition to this they are fed not less than six quarts of the best oats thero will be but little danger of gettlnir them too fat Whero there is ono brood mare in the country in jured by overfeeding there many that are actually sufloring from lack of nourish ment Those who cannot afford to feed liberally had better reduce their stock or go out of business altogether What has been said of brood mares is equally true of foals of all agps from weanllnss to maturity Most farmers who raiso only a few foals feed loo sparingly There is llttto danger of colts eating too much either ol hay or oats provided they have plenty of pure i ir and a chance to exercise in tho lot every day Tho feet of the youngsters need particular attention during the Winter months If not looked after carefully and often they aro likely to suffer from thrush which if not cured will result in contracted feet The practice of allowing colts to stand In filth to keep their feet soft has ruined the feet of many a promising foal Tho feet should be leveled and dreBsed with a rasp at least ovory month to keep thorn In propei shape A sharp lookout should bo kept during Winter for lice and worms olther of which will cause a promising colt to become unthrifty in a very short time Tho former can gonorally be easily detected by examining the skin on tho neck and around tho foreshoulders There aro several varieties some of wjilch aro bo small that they may at first be mistaken for email specks of dandruff Colts suffering from worms are often pot bellied the coat looks dead and rough and the hair points towards tho ears When Buch a condition oxists some good worm remedy should bo tried wlthoutdelay A Paxton III dealer writes i Horses and mules aro soiling at the farm sales at considerably better figures than last season I sold 2500 worth of general farm stock last week for Mr Cerro Gordo III Wheoler Isaiah among which wero six spans of mules that averaged abovo 200 per span the two best pairs reaching 250 and 237 respectively STOCK GOING IS UP- - T A Chicago paper says Extra prime beeves are worth CO cents per 100 lbs more than a year ago and export and shipping about 40 cents more Tho be Bt beeves bring over 0 heavy export and Bhipplng 5 00 dressed beef aver holce heifers 4 05 canners ago 510 about 2 10 gopd leoders of 050 pounds 4 20 4 00 and Blockers of 000 pounds Tho choice fed Texans average 515 and choice cowb and heifers 3 85 BEEF PRICES ABOUT POTATOES Â¬ ai ITS YOUR LOSS IE YOU DONT ACCEP7 THIS MAGNIFICENT OFFER The Childs Bible and the Breckenridge News for One Year K i ii Jl M THE CHILDS BIBLE 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under the eyes tho SINKING CREEK tk the Beautiful Pearl of the Antilles Weeks Drunk or 5lx Cents Periods CANDY CATHARTIC You Can go on a We Are to Have Some Rough Weather Yet Â¬ thadimaah stiarrmuo An Interesting Letter From a Bright Em your Hardin Boy Oood Pljusant Patawble Potent Taste Good Do Norer Sicken Weaken or Grlpo 10c KeWc Ml CURE CONSTIPATION lltrMaf bwl Cntiq Ctl llMtnal Trl HUMllBMU xliti to CUJIK Tobacco Habit tor Cardenas Cciia Feb 18 1899 News Thinking perhaps Bold and prmrantoed by nil drug Breckenridge WEDNESDAY News MAltOH 8 1899 SOnEOREATMEN WERE CUPIDS VICTIMS Byron was foolishly j islous of over wo- Â¬ man he ever loved ilia loves ran well Into two figures and be managed sooner or later to inako every one miserable If one looks through hlspoms one may find the names of Birae 10 different lad Â¬ ies to whom he swore eUrnal fidelity - TliomaB Moore was always in lovo t t t Heinrlch Heine the poet was also terribly jealous O ie day tie poisoned n parrot belonging to his lady love for fear it should claim too much of her atten Â¬ t t t tion The Rivals is a true sory of Sheridans courtship the character of Lydia Languish in the life play being taken by Miss Lindley who after became the au- Â¬ thors wife t t t It is said that when Goethe was first in love ho carved upon t tree in the neigh Â¬ boring forest a couple of hearts united by n scroll and a little later received a Bound thrashing from the forester for thus damaging the bark t t t Story of a Slave To be bound haudjaud foot for years by the chains of diet ase is the worst George D Williams form of slavery of Manchester Mich tells how such a slaye was made freo Ue says My wife bos been so helpless for flvo years that she could not turn over in bed alone After using two bottles of Electric Bitters she is wonderfully improved and able to do her own work This supreme remedy for female diseases quickly cures nervousness sleeplessness melancholy headache fainting and dizzy spells TniB miracle working medicine is a gd sent to weak sickly run down people Every bottle guaranteed 0 lly 50 conts Haynes druygist Sold by Short Duelling In Germany More duels are fougit in Germany than in any other couuny Most of them however are student duels which culminate in nothing more serious than slashed cheeks and torn scalps Of all German university towns little Jena and Gottingen are most devoted to the code Iu Gottingen the number of duels aver- Â¬ ages one a day year in and year out On one day several years ago twelve duels were fought in Gottingen in twenty four hours In Jena the record for one day In recent times is 21 Pull v 1000 student duels are fought iu the German Empire Â¬ eyery year About 100 duels are fought every year between army ofOcors and civilians Dr Bulls Cough Syrup prevents ThU eel- pneumonia or inflammation of the lungs tbrated remedy will cu e a cough or cold promptly It Is the best medicine Tor all kinds of lung trouble and costs Lut cts a bottle Had Plenty of Air The ameer of Afghanistan takes great pride in his gun factory at Kabul over He In which Sir gaiters Pyne presides sists that all his khanssball visit it Amia Khan who controls a distant mountain region came in one day and after seeing Â¬ Now tell theWordB asked Sir Sailers me in vorkB just how you make guns It is quite easy said Pyne you make a hole first and then wrap some iron said Amra Khan Ah around it sorrowfully there is plenty of air for the hole in my country only no one there knows bow to wrap the iron around ArgonapL U 1 many readers would like to hear some Â¬ thing of the mantlets and customs of the inhabitants of this fair island I take the liberty of sending you this The Kentucky boys have gotten tho best of the deal in assignment to garrison duty in Cuba and the st cond halation of the 3id Kentucky Is stationed at Car Â¬ denas a city of about 23000 inhabitants said to bo the cleanest city on the island Some of tho people speak EDgllsh and have to a certain extent adopted American wajB The houses are built of stone covered with tllelng and have tllo floors up stalrs and down They are built on a line with tho pavement and havo ro front yard the yard if a y is at the rear of the house and is filled with fbwers and evergreens The windows have no glass in them but are closed with sbutteis from the inside with iron grat ing on the outside The doors are made of hoavy solid timber If a family have a carriage It is kept in the room next to the sitting room and the horae iu a room in the rear of tho house Tho houaea of the beBt people are beautifully furnish Â¬ ed the furniture all being mahogany We get for a dollar of our money from 1 20 to 140 In Spanish silver They have no 5 cent pieces but use one and two cent copper pieces There are a good many U 8 5 cent silver pieces that were taken iu by Spain a hole punched in them and used as 2 cent peces Small canvass bams put up by Armour Co sell for 35 cents per pound and egits are worth five cents apiece if you go to a restauraut and get one cooked it costs you twenty cents a small chicken cook- Â¬ ed costs 1 75 and every thlnt else in proportion The only thing you can get cheap here is a drink You can net a drink for two cents and after you have taken three drinks you wi 1 be drunk for three days Tho roads are very bad Grass for the stock is brought in from the country on the backs of ponies You will see what you think is a shock ot bay coming down the street but on examination you will find a pony under it and tied to that ponys tail you will find a rope and at the end of the rope or halter another pony with another stack of hay on its back I have seen from three to four tied together this way and to the last ponya tail would be tied a dog I visited the cemetery a few days ago and found that the wealthy people have some very fine vaults in which to put their dead The poor people are rented a place for a gravo at so much a month and when tho relatives or friends of the dead fall to pay the body is taken up and either Burned or thrown into a large pit walled with stones and fitted for the pur pose I looked into it and saw skeletons from which all tho flesh had not decay- Â¬ ed The young ladies use a good deal of powder and never wear a hat even when they go out in the hot sun They never go on the street without a chaperon even When you call on a in the day time girl you see her in the sitting room with the reBt of the family Wonder how that would suit some of the boys in the States The young people are never left to themselves until after they are engaged A young lady never goes out anywhere after shela engaged until she Some of the girls in the is married wealthy families were sent to the United States during the last two years of the war and learned to speak dome English and we sometimes get a head of the old folks that way There are some of the prettiest girls here I ever saw but for all that old Kentucky is good enpugh for Rod Malin me 2nd Lieut Co F 3rd Ky U 8 V Weather Prophet Hicks sends out the following forecasts lor March Tho 16th to tho 18th constitutes the next storm period with Moon at first quarter and the greatest north declina nation Another general low barometer will develop and pans eastward over the country during this period naturally bringing a marked tiso in tho tempera- Â¬ ture ending in storms of rain and snow on and next to tne ltitb 17th nnd 18th Higher barometric pressure with much cooler weather will come out of the west and north on the heels of these- storms causing cool to cold fair weather until about tho 21st A stationary storm period centers ou the 22nd the day an which tho buu is centrally on tho earths equator Moon is in apogeo on the 21st from which date until the 24 look for a return to very marked storm conditions Low barometer much warmer and many gales and storms will bo most natural and probable Moon being on the celestial equator on the 35th nnd a regular storm period falling from the 10th to 29 tliero is givat probability that contsnued stormintss will prevail with little inter- Â¬ mission between these two last periods in March Â¬ Â¬ Millions Given Away It is certainly gratifying to the public to know of ono concern iu the land who are not afraid to begonerous to the needy and suffering The proprietors of Dr Kings Now Discovery for Consumption Coughs nnd Colds hnve given away over ten million trial bottles of this great medicine and have the satisfaction of knowing it lias cured thousands of hopeless coses Asthma Bronchitis Honrsouess nnd all diseases of the throat chest mid lungs are surely cured by it Haynes druggist nnd Call ou Short get a trial bottle free Regular sze 50c or and 1 Every bottle guaranteed price refunded In every civilizedl country rich nnd poor alike have found restored health and new vigor in Paines celery compound Hard working people of ordinary says an means are to be congratulated Euglish writer In reviewing the work of the last quarter of a century upon hav Â¬ ing bo easily within their ruuch today a remedy which the wealthy and Influen- Â¬ tial persons must themselves use if they would get the best that modern medical skill offers Paines celery compound proves that the science of medicine has kept pace with the wonderful progress which characterizes the lifo of the pres- Â¬ ent generation The astonishing reputation that this most wonderful of all remedies has ac- Â¬ quired is principally due to the recommendation and endorse- Â¬ ment of men and women of tho highest business and social standing as well as those in humbler but no less important positions who nave tnemselyes discov- Â¬ ered its merits Countess Scbimmelmann Adeline whose portrait is hero given in a recent Richardson Comletter to the Wells pany speaks of friends of hers who have benefited by Paines celery compound and who first advised her to recommend it to her sick friends The countess as is well known is a prominent member of the Danish court Her coming to this country has been much talked of Her real object was one of Â¬ word-of-mou- Paines celery compound Women who are easily excited who waste energy worrying over trifles who are often sufferers from sick headache and nervousness should read the olain unbiased statements of what Paines cel- Â¬ ery compound has done for other women Among other diseases that cause a vast amount of needless suffering thatmaybe readily cured by Paines celery compound are biliousness torpid liyer headache sleeplessness constipation dizziness dyspepsia and general nervousness and of charity for Bhe is using her great wealth and influence this winter in assisting the Danish people in the western Btates She is stopping in Chicago and from there writes her straightforward endorsement Record Breaking Farming In 1898 A native born American farmer on n 0000 acre farm in jowa made a profit of over 30000 in 1898 out of Ills corn crop This was on nn investment ol 238490 83 including land at 30 an acre aud all nec essary machinery buildings and stock This was a record breaker and shovs what can be done by intelligence mod- Â¬ ern methods and close application to a chosen calling Â¬ Â¬ Such Is Man Man that is married to woman is of many days and full of trouble In the morning he draweth his salary and in the evening behold it is gone It is a tale that is told It vanisheth and no one knows whither it goeth He riseth up clothed in the chilly garments of the night and seokelh the somnambulent paregirlc wherewith to soothe his infant posterity He cometh home as the horse or the ox and draweth the chariot of his off-Â¬ spring He Bpondeth his sheckols in the purchase of fine linen to cover the besom of his family yet himself is seen at the gate of the city with one suspender Robt Yea he is altogether wretched J Burdette 1 No man or woman who is continually ailing can successfully carry on business Dr Bulls Cough Syrup conquers or be of much real comfort to the household once cures ihe child and thus saves many croup at And only a thoroughly nourished body a lire Muellers need not fear that dreadful ilisejso that has all the used up and therefore ii they hire this relUblo remedy at hand It in harmful material promptly removed sold by all dniKRests lor 21 cents from tho blood ami tissues can be healthy When either of these vital conditions of Fault of the Hen adequate ropair or elimination are inAn Irish lady one morniLg took her completely done the organs need iust such help as Paines celery compound is servant to task for having boiled tho Why Bridget fitted to give No other remedy is so breakfast eggs too Ion valuable she said they are as hard as stones Where other remedies have failed Sure maam replied Bridget its not Paines celery compound will succeed the boilin that made them hard its the fault of them new hens tho Plymouth Rocks Popes Wealth The Â¬ debility sallow Indi Â¬ cates it A physician would ask if you had rhuumatism a dull pain or acho in the back or oyer the hips stomach trouble desire to urinato often or a burning or scalding in passim it if after parol k there is an unsatisfied feeling as if it must nt once be repeated or if the urlno has a brick dust deposit or strong odor When tbeso symptoms are present no time should be lost in removing tho cause Delay may lead to gravel catarrh of the bladder inflamatlon causing stop Â¬ page and sometimes requiring the draw- Â¬ ing of the urine with instruments or may run into Prights Diseaso the moat dangerous stage of kidney trouble Dr Kilmers Swawp Hoot the great dlBcoyery of the eminent kidney and bladder specialist 1b a positive remedy for such diseases Its reputation is world wide and it is bo easy to get at any drug store that no ono need suffer any length of time for want of it However if you prefere to first test its wonderful nferits mention the Bkecken kidue Nkws and write to Dr Kilmer Co Blnglmmton N Y for a sample bot- Â¬ You can be cheerful and happy only tle and book telling all about it both when you ure well If you feel out of sent absolutely free by mall sorts take HERUINE It will brace you up Price 50 cents A It Fisher In Old Kentucky Little boy you are getting your feet SINGLETON very wet Yesm I know it Health is good in this vicinity Hut you will get a dreadful cold Fox hunting Is the order of the day Yesm I know it Just as soon as I Nat Chism spent Sunday at Preston get it mamma will niyo me nil the hot Pavlon Brown was the guest of Miss molasses with whiskey iu it that I can Candace Ball drink Jeff Chism has had measels but is bet- Â¬ ter nt present Volcanic Eruptions Oil Greer was the gu si of Mjbs Alice Are grand but Skin Eruptions rob life Peckenpaugh Sunday of joy Uucklena Arnica Salve cures Frank Greet was the guest of Miss the in also Old Running and Fever Mattie Chism Sunday Sores Ulcers Jloils Felons Corns Miss Lona Troutman visited Misses WartB Ciita Bruises Burns Scalds Flora aud Ida Chism last week Chapped Hands Chilblains Best Pile Airs Jess Chism and wife spent Sun Â¬ cure on earth Drives out Pains and day with Mrs Joe Greer at Battletown Aches Only 25 cts a box Cure suar Miss Biddie Chism and Miss Cora auteed Sold by Short Haynes Druu Hugleton spent Wednesday night witli gists Mrs J II Chism Miss Lillie Bougard and Edward and Her Scriptural Training Sam Tompsou and OU Greer all dined Did you evei notice this with Capt Peckenpaugh Sunday when a fellow steals a kins Dock Steepleton our famous fox hun- Â¬ From a righteous little maiden calm and ter had a fox chase Feb 10th and suc- Â¬ meek ceeded in killing a fed fox in about two How her Scriptural training shows hours chase In not turning up her nose Sunday a girl naked Mies Biddie Chism But in simply turning round the othti if she was choosing which she would cheek take the Ball or bat and Biddie said I will take the Ball of course Going Down Hill Misses Alice Ptckenpaugh Miss Lillie Peoplo suflering from Kiduey Disease Bougard Crit and Frank Bennett Oil feel u gradual but steady loss of strungth Grter Samnnd Ed Tompsou were tho aud vitality They should lose no time guest of MIbs Ida nnd Flora Chism Sun Â¬ a day evening in trying Foleys Kiduey Cure A R Fisher Guaranteed preparation Dr Bulls Cough Syrup is the best Oloverport Dr D P Park Webster nedicne for sore throat laryngitis quinsy or ton E A Witt Hardinsburg lilitis Kvery drop of it soothes Bad rondo Will Bobbins has la gTippo Ginger Bandy is able to be out again Malcom Robertson attended church at Clifton Mills Sunday Messrs Tony nnd Joe McCoy attended church at Clifton Mills Sunday Roy Kennedy was the gueBt of Misses Loma and Kula Kennedy last Sunday A protracted meeting is in session at Clifton Mills and is meeting with suc- Â¬ cess Old Mr and Mrs Jim Kennedy of Garfield aro vory ill at this writing with la grippe Clyde Adkisson has gone to Owens bo ro to work We wish you much sue cess Clyde Ginger Bandy and Miss Lena Bandy were visiting Mr and Mrs Pomp Mc Â¬ Coy last week There will bo preaching at Bandy school houso Sunday at 11 oclock Everyone come Mr and Mrs Stephen Kennedy went to Brandenburg Sunday to see their son Jim who is quite ill The school will closo nt tho Bandy school houe next Tuesday and the will be an entertainment that night Every ono invited to attend and heals A The Pope is one of the wealthiest men in the world In bis home thb Vatican a palace which contains 7000 rooms the worth of gold objects stored is estimated at 20000000 by weight alone ond each piece has been increased a quarter or a third by the skilled artiznns through whoso hands it lias passed These treas- Â¬ ures are practically the personal estate of the Pope but he holds them as a trust and lives among them in such personal poverty that his expenses for luxuries to gratify his own taste are probably scarce- Â¬ ly greater than those of an American r Chamberlains Cough Remedy This remedy ib intended especially for coughs coldst croup whooping cough and DflueDZ t It has become famous for ita cures of these diseases over a large part of the clvlltud world Hie most flittering testimonials have been receiv Â¬ ed giving accounts of Ita good works oftlTeagtttVatingaud preslatent coughs it liaa cured of severe colds that have yielded promptly to its sootbln effects and ol tho daig uoua attacks of croup it hascured often saviig the life of the rlllf The extensive use of it for whooping cough shows that It robs that disease ot all dangerous consequences Oloverport and Bold by A R Fisher Stephensport R A Bhellmnn Itifi To pay all the life Insurance policies in re iforce In the United Btates now would quire 14000000000 or about oueflfth It Wall tliti property in he country pre to pay the annual takes 1324000000 amluoiB and the losses paid each year atu about half that amount RGlve me a liver regulator and I can iuWtbe world bald a genius The diiUlat Dded hm a bottle ol Dd I itoltVauly Were the famous little Mifi Sbott A Haynea Kftft oh arowlHjC iiTbttVU one portion of the human odywklck ceollnua to Increase in i d does noteeaw with throughout life What It Would Take n riWrfHtfrUr TbtaMb At the season of tbe year when pneu- Â¬ monia la grippe sore throat coughs colds catarrh bronchitis and lung trou- Â¬ bles are to bo guarded against nothing is a fine substitute will answer the same purpose or is just as good as One Minute Cough Cure That Is the Signs of Business Conditions one infallible remedy for all lung throat BusiuebS ou the whole never better or bronchial troubles Insist vigorously an astonishing gain in some industries upon having it if something elso is Stephensport exports surpassing last years failures Haynea offered you Short smaller than for six years past stronger State Flowera London Drink stocks payments through exchanges Tiio following State flowers have showing a greater volume of business Londoners consume 275000000 gallons been adopted by the votes of the public than ever before at this season these of water a year according to the Home Bchool scholars of the respective States are the signs of the limes in the United Magazine they do not drink all of It Alabama Nebraska and Oregon the States as reported by Dun Co If these and what they do drink Is not always goldeu rod Colorado the columbine conditions can be maintained long our taken clear as thoy use 25000000 Delaware the peach blossom Idaho tho prosperity will be very subatanial pounds of tea as well They do put syringa Iowa and New York the rose down 153000000 gallons of beor how- Â¬ Maine tho piuk couo nnd tussol Minne Â¬ Marvel oi a Graphopbone ever as well as 4400000 gallons of spir Â¬ sota the oyprlpodiuui or moccasin flow Â¬ One of tho wonders of the end of tho its besides 50000000 gallons ot mineral er Montana the bitter root North Da Â¬ kota the wild rose Oklahoma territory century is the home Graphophone that waters the mistletoe Utah the lego lllly and will reproduce any kind of music or any To Consumptives sound One can arrange a full program Honey Vermont tbe red clover In addition As an honest remedy Foleys Rhode Ibland and Wisconsin have adopt of the most attractive band orchestral or and Tar does not hold out false hopes In evening a Statu tree tbe maple being selected by vocal music and vary It every advanced stages but truthfully claims to On the Graphophone one can record the give comlort aud relief in tho very worst both human voice or any sound and reproduce cases and in tbo early stages to effect a If your child is crota or peevish it is It at once You can keop the voices ol cure A R Fisher Oloverport Dr D no doubt troubled with worms your friends to bo heard whenever you P Parks WebBter K A Witt Hardins WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGE will wish Graphopbones made for home buig remove the1 worms aud Its tonic eflect entertainment can be bought as low as Price restore its natural cheerfulness Now Then and Write for catalogue 30 to the 10 A R Fisher 23 conts No 010 Early to bed and early to rioo Co Colombia Puomoobaiu Pennsylvania Ave Washlnntonr D O May once havo made people rich healthy Not a Virtue and wise Strength of Power Pop ivhat la promptueB3 But at present tbe man who would Jain Woll It la a bad habit Promptness The steam power of tho world may be make bis mark of Hlwayd being on time and getting Mrnnflri ss enulvalent to the strength long after Has got to Keep hustling until tired to death waiting for people who of 1000000000 mon which is more than dark Â¬ are not the number Ol woraingmen ex twlcd ii Before the discovery of One Minute isting For frost bljes burns Indolent sprea ministers were greatly dis Â¬ Cough Cure eczema skin disease and especially turbed uy coughing congregations No Piles Da Witts Wltqh Hiilel Salve stands I excuse for it now 8hort A Haynea first and tiedt took out for disbouest vnr infants and Children people who try to Imitate and counter Financial Depression fait it Its their Indorsement ot a good Ys Hiw Atajft Though true It be that Mother Earh Hi Worthless goods are not Im article Co every man doth owe ituted Get DeWitta Witch Hazel Bears the A living still collections wtl Bilve Suort Haynss of gigasjw At Una be slow For a quick remedy and one that is perfectly safe for children let us recom Â¬ mend One Minute Cough Cure It iu excelleut for croup hoarseness tickling Hay Â¬ in the throat and counhs Short nes Oood Understanding An Irishman who bad become deeply interested in the cock fights held at Der by Ind last fall decided to enter a bird in whose prowess he evidently bad every confidence On the eventful day of tbe match Pat arrived at the pit with a fat sleek duck under lis arm and ptoud circuit rider ly setting it down before his adversary remarked I have been afllcted with rheumatism Divil a bit can you thrip himupJluk for fourteen years and nothing seemed at thot fut to give any relief I was able to be around all the time but constantly suff ering I had tried everything I could hear of and at last was told to try Cham Â¬ WEAK berlains Pain Balm which I did and was immeately relieved and in a short time cured I am happy to say that it DISEASED has not since returned Josh Edoab Germantown Cal For sale by A Ii NO PAY NO Fisher Oloverport and It A Shellman NERVOUS CURE fj MEN two it neccnt bottle of this wonderful remedy No Time For Sport will curi a coukIi or cold In one day A book agent attempted to sell a LOOKOUT Hawesville man an encyclopedia Cyclopedia exclaimed the Hawes- Â¬ Miss Daisy Wndliiigtoii returned he me ville man a few days ago from a visit to her uncle No I dont want it I wouldnt have Mr N Wadlington of Hardinsburg time to ride it Mrs Robert French spent last Satur Â¬ day and Sunday witli her father Emery Have you a cough A dose of BAL LAUDS HOKEHOUND SYUUP will Crosaon who we are sorry to say is in relieve it Price 2o cents aud 60 cents bad health A It Fisher Willie Walls attractions which was in the Look Out neighborhood has con Â¬ Worship Queen Victoria siderably changed they are now in Rob- Â¬ There is a sect in Orinsa in the presi Â¬ erts Bottom dency ofBengal India Buys the Church Miss Daisy Wadlington was presented Standard who worship Queen Victoria a btautiful Evansville Organ bv her fath- Â¬ us their chief divinity Her majesty ia er Mr Jim Wadlington We hope also an object of worship in the temple Daisy will progress nicely of Phodong Lnma in Thibet Tom Blythe of Oloverport was the truest of Mrs Belle Ancherman last Hey E Edvtaide pastorof tho English Saturday and Sunday Call again ThomBaptist Church at Miuersville Pa when as we are glad to have you in our midst suffering with rheumatism was advised Wo have had tome dreadful cold to try Chamberlains Pain Balm He weather and owing to the continuanco of A few applications of this lini Bays it we have been compelled to stay at ment proved of great service to me It home for sometime but we have spent subdued the inflamatiou and relieved the the time very pleasantly reading tho Â¬ pain Should any sufferer profit by giv war news and the BaccKEMiinas News ing Pain Balm n trial it will please me and as you know neighboring gossip re Â¬ For sale by A R Fisher Oloverport vives life every once iu a while It A Shellman Stepheneport Fairy 1 Â¬ Â¬ Plant kCastorDcans newspaper says that the castor bean plant affords a means of pro Â¬ tection against mosquitoes In Egypt it is planted about houses to keep insects away Several very fine specimens were to be semi iu Oloverport yards last summer A Bombay orUlnul with Drf Kic K will tlvoly euro forever any form of Wood or remit of BexuM disease It la the treatment ao ol exporlenco n fears diseases rfl Mothers discomÂ¬ 2 WE CURE SYPHILIS ThU terriblo Wood Poison tho terror of mankind jieius reauuy o our 4111 llowaro of Mercury TltHATMKNT fir 1 her mar ruin your system If you m 0 sores in tbo mouth or tong ue pains In tho Joints soro tnroai nair or erebron a falling out iilmploaor blotches soro ores headstomach dorangement acnes cio you nnto m Wu C Wo solicit tho of this lllooil lolr oii most obstlnato cases ami cnaiiouso m world loracawWO accept lor ireaim lly and cannot euro liola our treatment 1 1 hwi ft train Tt 7 11IU UlGOrH I1CUI iLa llttH Mln W disappear tho rkln becomes healthy ana Am mrrinca ii ihjsbiuiu uuu iftivi lnth li riM- I J Sheer Sedallu Mo conductor on electric street car line writes that his little daughter was very low with croup and her lifo saved after all physicians had failed ouly by using One Minute Cough Cure Short A Havues Economizes Room A Scotchman has constructed a bicy cle which he can tnko apart and carry into n train after having folded it within the space occupied by three um brellas dangers of child birth can be almost en- tlrelv avoided WineofCardul forts and rclicvcscx ers liwr viTm pectant moth Â¬ tonetothegen ltalorgausand It gives 1 Thousand of youna and ulddlo accd men bavQ their VW and vitality sapped later br early abutc matter excesxes mental tho cnuio our worry cU Jo vt IrAMlmnt l Ihn refitiril UUnLD laUAKHH irttnl LLU bear strong healthy children nuta tfifm In condition to do their work That makes preg Â¬ perfectly nancy lesa painful shorten labor and hastens recovery after child birth It lielpa a woman WECUREIMPOTENCY condl11 mIam 1t fmrtfl in n normal are ro P ton Ambition lifo and enenry a man ono feels himself V K7n nttA what ftltt Vnil oonsult ui confidentially Wo con fur nish bank bonds to Ruaranteq to accom Dllshwbatwoolalm newod and Kvery case 11 ireaieainui among men iiin I -- nn rtiro all henco our wonder To allay pains subduo inflamatlon heal foul sores and ulcers the most satis Â¬ factory results are obtained by using BALLARDS SNOW LINIMENT Prlcp J6 cts aud CO cla A It Fisher A Telescopic Eye eb of abuzz rd la bo constructed that it is a perfect high powered tele tcope enabling the bird to see objects at an almost incredible distance Tho Not one child dies where ten formerly died from croup People have learned the value of Onq Minute Cough Cure and use it for Bevere lung and throat troubles It Immediately ctoja coughing It t ever UIIp Short A Haynea A We Ireat and euroi KiUlSMUiui BVIIltTilH OlKKT VA11ICOOEIB 250000 1 CURED rears A few doses often bringo oy to loviug hearts that long for a darling baby No woman should neglect to try it for this trouble It cures nine caues out of ten All druggists sell Wine of Cardul ftoo per bottle For siflca In esses requlrtar rpocW direction adJrest eWInr lymptoms th Udts Advisory Deprtmnta The Chttunocc Mtdicua Ox Chittsv has also brought happiness to thonsandi of homes barren for CASTOR W A 21I If W1JWW loiiistlON TKKATM 1 1 iinalln to eall write for 1JLANK for HOME m Mtft Kehnedy Kergan 22 W Fourth St 1 ri noofTeaa Xrt 10034 Whin 1 HAU CINCINNATI O fcTTM Asssssss 4LrmAIsssssssssLkMMAJ jyt baying adcltd 400 during 1808 Mexico baa 0500 wiles of railroad ant took Wins orCwiui ru4 Un mwrlsd tbr jtrf M ny ehlldrtj kiss ould not h sauatsu Uter I h4 fiao aklMty erjojroa6iy l f ii rife m i fc if 4 gifiVii h 4 A At- - A a sgsfctji A W i i fin iiriiaaaiMrirtiaaiflawYiaiyiiriiMiiTBirrnrm w ljyfflf U i TT n tFriiiiiiiiii - - gg- v- t -- - r - w- - - IRVINGTON Jonas Lyon wu on the sick list Sun day Bro Overton passed through enroute to Falls of Hough Quite considerable Illness In community but nothing serious The papers are watched closely for news ot Kiplings cdndition Miss Partridge speaks pleasantly of her trip over to Brandenburg Irving ton still Improves Several new buildings are in course of construction with others to follow later on If weather isjfavorable the ladies of the W Â¬ M 8 are requested to meet with the President Mrs A D Coleman Sat- Â¬ urday at 3 oclock Bharp F Mr and Mrs Bramletto aro ofl for a short visit to her family at Ekron Mrs Bramlettos father has been quite 111 but last report says be is better Next Sunday will be Quarterly meet Â¬ ing at our neighbor tewn Bewleyvllle We iiopo the weather will be fine bo that many of us may bo permitted to go Miss Lily McGlothlan is the happy re- Â¬ cipient of an exquisite box f Marechal Neil roses sent by Mrs D 0 Heron We are told not to covet Who can help it in this Instance Who calls us stuck in the mud now We have the beat sidewalks in the coun- Â¬ ty Come and see for yourself Irving ton never does things by the half Dont forget that and dont quarrel about the mud any more Mr and Mrs Mack Avitt are expected home tonight Monday Mr Avitts failing health necessitates his leaving the south for the present We will gladly welcome them home again Ellen as of old is a prime favorite witti all of us Boy Cain suffering with some pain in neck was compelled to remain with us Sunday all day anil would you believe it lie was as smiling as n boy could be under the circumstances Now please dont anybody snigger Roys all right Â¬ J Drown of Ekron Meado county appeared in Sundays Courier Tho babe is seven months old His mother was and weighs thirty Miss Molllo Board of Brandenburg an old music pupil of mine and the boy is handsome like the mother Mr and Mrs Stewart Peckenpaugb and their lovely little daughter are with Mrs Peckenpaugha mother Mrs Juno Mc Gehee I regret to know that Mr Peck Â¬ enpaugb Is not atjall well Speaking of these pleasant people reminds me that my old friend Mrs McGehee has com- Â¬ posed an acroetlo for me which I hopo to see in print as she Is a talented woman The protracted services at the Meth Â¬ odist churcn have been in prcgresa two weeks Hhv Ulgham of Hardinsburg ltav preached several lino Berrnons Hushing preached somo excellent ser Â¬ mons But the general verdict is that our own pastor Brother Litchfield in his discourses has accomplished as much in reviving the church and arousing tho careless to thought fulness The go away fever has struck a num- Â¬ ber of our cltizsns amorg them our popular and most excellent county clerk Mr R II Nevitt who will lenyeshortly on a prospecting trip to Dallas Texas where be has bad a fine business propos- Â¬ ition made him It is a hard stroke to a community to contemplate giving up such a family as Mr Nevitts and we al- Â¬ most wIbIi the Lone Star attractions would decrease except that it will re- Â¬ dound to their interest by living in a progressive city of Mr and Mrs S Â¬ Pimples Turn to Cancer Cancer often results from an im- Â¬ In tho blood inherited from generations bock Fow people aro on tlrcly frco from somo taint in the blood and it is impossible to toll when it will break out in tho form of dreaded Can Â¬ cer What has appeared to bo a mero plmplo or scratch 1ms developed Into tho most malignant Cancer little thev had been visiting friends and rela- Â¬ tives Madam Rumor says there will be a wedding in the village quite soon Ring on merry bells there is no rest for you BEWLEYVILLE Friday and Saturday were euro rainy days T J Triplett continues to bo tobacco RFimilSONEDOLUAR nn iKTBoraD icaa omi rAua oaaurliy rrttMe tlJ fVABnlPaHBBBBBaH 1 1 here Messrs John Dean and Jesse Howard ot Glendeaqo purchased two vory fine Poland China pigs from M W Stone Monday Mrs White Rock Valo died Wednes Â¬ day after a short illness ot la grippe and was buried at Union Chapel Thursday afternoon All who have not had the measles aro playing hide and seek with them for thero are a large number of cases scattered about over tho county at present Chaille Stone accepted a position Feb 22 as moll and express messenger for the L H A St L railway Ho haa a night run on the through train to Evansvlllo and is well pleased with it I gueesed tho bachelor who was to bo married was Mr John Dean but Ah I didnt I miss it as it proved to bo Mr W O Moorman and tho beautiful Miss Carrie Owen May their path through life continue bright and beautiful I dont think I have mentioned the sad death of a young man by the name of Lee Cummings which occurred a few weeks ago He wasbaullng saw logs and in somo way he fell in the path of a big log which rolled over him crushing him to death Instantly Last week was very much liko April weather showery and sunshine Tho Dogwood buds are swelling a slight reÂ¬ minder that oprlng is not far distant then too the merry frogs are holding a big camp meeting1 all of their own tho I fear they may again peer through ley windows draped in frosted curtains en happy spring enchains us with her lov ing smiles and balmy airs Â¬ buyor Thousands of bees froze to death but there are some lett Eggs command a fine price have sod at 30 cents a dozen Miss Annio Chappelt has gone to her home at Concordia Hon Gbas Stanford Is prizingand ship Â¬ ping a largo crop ot tobacco Will Wimp of Irvlrgton was Thos Cuins visitor Wednesday night J M Hardaway and family have mov- Â¬ ed from Brandenburg to our town Mr and Mrs W Glen Hardaway aro guests ol Mr and Mrs T P Hardaway Bro Walton did not come to fill his appointments here Saturday and Sunday Miss Rose Stith of Louisville vory re- Â¬ cently came down to be tho guest of Miss Clara Jordan Mr Rlpp of Vino Grove was detain- Â¬ ed with T J Jolly Thursday night be Â¬ cause of a tired horse Fletcher Blanford returned homo Sat Â¬ urday evening He has been away transacting business as U S D M Adolphus Jordan has prized and ship- Â¬ ped four hogsheads of tobacco to Louis- Â¬ ville He will have about seven more Mrs Margaret Henderson has succeed- Â¬ ed in closing all the gambling bouses of Leadville after all the authorities had failed Mrs W J Piggott has a beautiful col- Â¬ lection of houso plants that came through the recent rough weather unhurt Some of them are blooming flaely An abomination of desolation suffei ed some severe treatment in our town last week These old buildings ought ong ago to have been torn down and used as firewood by the natives The spiritual interests of our commun- Â¬ ity are not being leoked after very much now The rain snow und mud hinder attendance on the various eervices and it la to be hoped that tho other side suf- Â¬ fers also I make you my best bow Asbcratt Glad you like what I have to say I al- Â¬ ways read your items They are good and we aro neighbors and I know I haye some fine kinsfolks oyer there May be Im kin to you Dont fall to let us bear from you every week purity rtbrotber 8och an offer wiiMm mart befotOt THE ACME QUEEN V -tir rt from a rvhotoTDh you ean rorm TSznssra wssssik t tmh 2SESttSESs trnfl3SS E S I 4nuli afiM 11 attfinaau f aIl0Wl t DIMMM M I had aercre Cancer which iraa at flrat only a few blotches that I thought would oon pasi away l wm treated by aeyeral able phralciana but In spits of their eflorta the Can cerapread until my condition brcamealarmlng After many months ol treatment and growing ateadlly wone I de- Â¬ Â¬ rw m inauoni intuer us iruivM finished wlthalttintTiea piawirrenen mirror tuoxvi W fnunMndBTfrymodernimproTement ll a handsome organ tool aadtha bwtorgaft orikHtrtiTmrtMMiun rtiMriF I f II Wrt IwBmi JlaMa UtU 1 tot 1 iwwm airuuiacBtnatMimrrtMirriBM action eonti of tn celebrated IktagiH nted THtAuMtuUttrlawiat4 whleh are only turn In tM hlsnett trade InitromenUjjJi to BtMd Uattun Dlw Mta niCMflm and Ti lluui elotb a fjr Mlowa rtoek te Ixllow of the bet I rubber 1 fyJ1IU Fttrl TT ffuarantet ictatQvMn jsv Btimam JsfflUijIi liflH lB1IMMaiaHaaaU i aHR3iBBSBafaaVf oYv CUARANYEEP25VEAW8 rifnHIni u4 atrongly which was recommended The flrat produced an 1m- bottle frorement I continued X cided to try so 8SB tSraar Onraawa taMA a M4tn brttat terms andoondJUons of which if any Hwiannt W Htnlr It ffM Of chlTirft TfT llMt Mia and wa will nf and roar money It you art not perfectly aatlified looaruen erg iKtfEESESfsMXjimOM B7aa2JESij9KSpjsiEHSOBkS3 and not four months the last lit tie aoab dropped off r Ten years hare elapsed sign ot the disease haa returned it Gillaburg Miss f WILLIAMS and In f It is dangerous to experiment with Cancer The disease is beyond tho skill S 8 S 1b tho only euro of physicians because it is the only remedy which goes deep enough to reach Cancer OUR RELIABILITY IS ESTABLISHED tiA ahmil us wirw DO JuUvlll mm aaW MM1W aemil wim iirurinuriLuiwwui HI Writ or Metropolitan national tho mibll her of thli any railroad or cxpreM c lompanr la Chicago W kn a wHul rmt aiMooooa oecapr ecttra on ol the lira nfbrtlntM block In OhJeaso ana employ orer oopeople In our own bulldlnr HSIILL OB0lITtM0Oaa ii art nuos 1 11100 m ranilcal TerrUilnir la mmlcal lnntromente al lowart wholasalt ptIom Write for fra Instrument catalogue Addreea peclal organ piano and t iEARUROEBUCK A CO no Fulton Detained and narrun Ha CHICAQO ILL ui prr tll l 3SS9S9 AND VITALITY xxxaxs When writing it rntion Una papo The members of the Methodist church contemplate building a fence around the church us Boon as the necessary funds can be secured The members each will plant a tree in the yard and we hope in the years to come to enjoy the much needed shade Miss Hamilton Tyler who has been in Louisville Bometime postt combining pleasure with treatment is expected home to night We are pleased to hear fiheis much improved She is a bright girl and we miss her pleasant smile and cherry disposition Miss Hix a winsome little body from Meade couuty is a pupil in the college We were pleased to know ohe not only does her school duties well but has en- Â¬ tered S S This is well for we are al- Â¬ ways glad to welcome the lads and las eiei in our Sunday schools We aro pleased to note among some of the new additions to our school Mur- Â¬ ray Ulanford Edwin Foote Nannie Mc Gehee and others Irof Crabbe is much pleased with the present outlook and we expect in time to haye one of the rarst nourishing schools in the state Under the present able corpa of teachers why pondents forming a Trubt declares she belong to a know nothing club when nild request is sent over for items Surely this must not be since I declare it is bad enough to be boycotted as 1 M without having to Btiller in like maimer as new monger Ourgiod natured genial clerk Clint Adkissoii tells us he is really gringto marry t is fall Our congratulations to tiieyou g lady who is so fortunate We can pr diet for her a life full of happi Â¬ ness wiili Clint by her side He is a prime fnvorite with his employer and his entire Itniily Now please dont put this dov l as a joke its true Clint shouldnt we My next door neighbor protests in Btrong language Hgainst the Nkws corres Â¬ BRANDENBURG Miss Misses rtridge whs the guest of the I A is Miss 1 tbel Shacklett was tho guest of Miss Mi lie Bland last weekJ Little ula Burch is well after having had dip heria No other cases Henrt Novitt and Will Smith the medical Hudents are at home looking well Miss Florence Anderson is visiting her many friends here where she is popular with all Messrs Herbert Heard and Sherman Ball of HardiuBburg were here list Sunday the guests ot MrJamia Lewis and family Mr A C Burton presented each of the graduates with beautiful Jlowers ordered for the occasion It was a generous thoughtful act Miss Sue Ovrlng has arrived and is atÂ¬ tending the Normal She is n bright sweet girl and we are glad to number her a Normallte I notice this paper speaks in a compli Â¬ mentary manner of the Meade Messenger which we will all admit is the best coun ty paper weve ever had Tho decision of the Judges In the ora torlcal contest last Saturday night was applauded loud and long The audience was in full sympathy as to the Justness Miss Jlmiule Lee Woolfolk was the guest of MIbb Annie Bondurant last week and sang at the commencement Saturday night A sweet alto voice she has AVhen a young man calls on young ladies he should be very careful how he places his overcoat on a sofa in the hall and he should be still more particular as to how he picks it up A hint to the wise is sufficient I bad a pleasant call last Saturday from the managing editor and city editor of the Nkws MeBsra Ed Goodnight and Ernest Babbage They report business good and the News on rising ground con- Â¬ tinually The picture of 0 Stanley Brown son Much pain und uneasiness is caused by piles Bparlng neither age nor sex TABLERS BUCKEYE PILE OINT Â¬ MENT cures the most obstinate cases Republican ballot that it looked so Price 50 cento in bottle tubes 75c A natural and homo like to him that he henceforth and forever swore allegiance R Fisher to that partyfor he was born in a log cabin in Wood county down in West PATESVILLE Virginia Well friend Oonniff it seems Ed Peytons youngest child is sick that all self made men were born in log cabins Abe Lincoln was born in a log with pneumonia cabin and I myself was born in a log M V Marlowe of Cloverport was in cabin So heres to McKinley in 1000 if town one day this week Bryan is his opposition G D LawEon of Hawesville was in So Bewleyvllle you ask me to come town Wednesday on business again as to cold weather freaks So Jesse Marlowe and Frank Arbra went here is one if you can beat it I am in all to Hawesville Monday on business probability done Mr Marcus Board Mr and Eirvin Elington and son EIrvin who lives one and a half miles west of arevisitinghermother Mrs Dr Frymire this place has a cistern sixteen feet deep Miss Agnes Gordon commenced a during the cold spell there was only spring school Monday Agnes is ono of about throe feet of water in it so he our home girls and we all like her and goes out to draw up some water out of il and finding ice on the water thought he wish her success Forest Gordon has accepted a position would break it with the heavy bucket as drug clerk in Haze dtug store at that he was using and failing to do so Knottsville Forrest is one of our best bad to reBort to a polo to break the ice before be was able to draw any of it the boys and will be missed ice must have been several inches t1 ick Prottated meeting at this place closed and you must remember this water was last Tuesday night Brother Reynolds is thirteen feet below the sutface of the a young man but if his life is Bparcd be ground while your cistern ice was only will make one of the greatest preachers Mr Beven feet below the surface in Southern Methodism Boards residence stands on a north- Â¬ Little Collene Gordon infant daughter western exposure and it- - was absolutely of Edie Gordon died Monday night aftr bo cold at hie house that the family had two weeks illness Her remains were to go to their near neighbors to get interred at Bethlehem burying ground warm So come again Bewleyvllle The bereaved parents have the sym- Â¬ This is a fact and no tarn hatched up pathy of the community for the occasion The money order system has gone into effect at this place and it is a great con- Â¬ FALLS OF ROUGH Miss Minnie Lynch venience the postmistress says it adds nothing to the Ed Stone went to Louisville Saturday receipts of the oflice as you can send a Mr Willie Hall went to Louisville small amount of money cheaper than by Tuesday register Wedding bells are tinkling merrily at Rock Vale GUSTON Mies Cora Wingate was a guest of Mrs Harl Rock Vale Miss Mollie Tilford will probably teach the spriug term of school at this place Quarterly meeting was held here SatFrank Miller who wore the blue at San urday and Sunday Mrs Lillie Howard was at Rock Vale Juan Hill has resumed his former vo- Â¬ shopping Monday cation on the L H St L Road Mrs Fiahor was calling on tbo Bid ut Peyton Shumate has sold his grist mill at this place to Wilbur Shumate it will Rock Vale Monday Btill do business at the same old stand Jennie Oldham and a Mr Ahl were Mies Annie Chapel of Little Bend married Thursday Ind after bpending a pleasant Week at Jeff Davison has secured employment this place the guest of Miss Helen Pol- Â¬ at Mt Vernon Ind lock returned home accompanied by Misses Nannie and Ruby Stone were Miss Helen at Rock Vule Monday The Christian Endeavor candy pulling Mrs Tate of near Rock Vale died of given at Nefls was a big success Over consumption last Week a hundred people were present Some Mr Wes Milam has purchased a nice got candy Btuck on their hands and had new organ for his daughter to get others to pull it ofl for them Bro Miller was the guest of Mrs Charley Anderson is embarking in tue Chambliss Thursday afternoon short horn industry He rocently purMisses Bettie and Lillie Cooper were chased ten head of fine heifers from Geo N Lyddan and will keep them on bis shopping at Rock Vale Monday farm to raiso from They weighed be Â¬ Col Green wont to Ovrensboro Satur- Â¬ tween 100 and 500 and coat his 4 cents day returning by the way of Leltcbfleld Last Saturday moruirg about U oclock Tom Butler of Shrevo Ohio county it grew so dark in Gustou that some of made a business trip to Glendtano Mon Â¬ the business men lighted their lamps in day order to carry on their business They Mrs Mercor contemplates visiting her say It was equally as dark for teu or sister Mrs Sara Parsons Mcsville quite fifteen minutes as it was in 18CU when soon we bad the total eclipse of the sun Stau Godsey colored who was ill so One of the happiest persous I have long with la grippe died several weeks seen lately was an old colored woman ago about 70 years of age whose youngest Mrs Elijah Cooper Rock Vale was son has been in the regular army for the guest of Mrs Brite of Ruth last several years ami who has never written week her a Hue during his absence she also Items of intorest are scarce as every- Â¬ has u n only sister whom she had not seen Binco they were little girls so the body and all things both great and small other day thoy both unexpectedly step are mud bound ped in upon her Mr Willie Hall of Rock Vale shipped Hardin Ashcralt who has Just been several hogsheads of fine tobacco to honorably discharged from the regular Louisville last week army at Anuiston Bro and sister Miller entertained the Alabama was hero last Wednesday night At the preachers and a few other guests bottom of bis discharge was written us to diuner Saturday regarding bis character the word excel Â¬ Misses Lillie Meadow and Bailie Ciena lent which imans a great deal to soldier moos were guests ot Mrs Georgj Harl and it was the writing on Scotts dis- Â¬ Rock Vale last week charge papers by Colaon that caused Mr Henry Pate and Mrs Nancy All tbo shooting a Tray at that same camp good of Shreve Ohio county were mar Â¬ So it behooves every man be he soldier ried about a week ago or cltlzin to live aiid act in such a man- Â¬ Mr W II Ghambliui and daughter ner as to merit the writing of that word excellent upon his discharge papers Miss Mabel attended the funeral at Union Chapol Thursday be they temporary or final Mr M W Stone has secured the ser Â¬ T E Connia who tells me that he will have a little piece in this weeks Nkws vices of Messrs B Taylor and James showing his political stand also told me Milam on bis farm this year Mr and Mrs Glaber and Miss Nannie bis private reason for voting the Repub Â¬ lican ticket which undoubtedly be doea of Rock Vale attended the funeral oi not state in his article So here la the Mrs White at Union Chapel Thursday reason he gives He says whenlhe log Mr Poyton and little daughter MarÂ¬ cabin substituted for the coon u the guerite relumed from Glendeane where Â¬ Â¬ Swifts Specific is tho only blood remedy guaranteed Purely Vegotablo All others contain potash and mer- Â¬ cury tho most dangerous of minerals Books on Cancer nnd blood diseases mailed freo by Swift Specific Company Atlanta Georgia SSStI Blood kjRPea pBSJTrft Arltn CTCO IICIVG UOlnDi aaaasa ram m Tomxi vaiimntnn Tbo great remedy tor nervous prostration and alt diseases ot tho pencrattro orry ozoosslro use Insanity With eTorr 86 order we iruaranteo to cure or refund the money Sold at SlOUpor Box o boxes for 5CO DllWOTT8 CMKMICAl 0O OlOTelaad Ohio HEALTH For sale by 8hort Haynes Druggists Oloverport Ky some cattle and hogs to Louisville last wetk SPRING 1899 The county is getting to be a net work of telephone wires new boxes aro con- Â¬ stantly being added extending and branching off in all directions Savernl different kinds of boxes are liin imnl but the Pheonix is the only one that has stood the test While the other kinds have bad to be overhauled and repaired it has remained perfectly good as new All who possess a Pheonix box are inde- Â¬ pendent and free from repair charges and all worries over dead boxes aa it is healthy and therefore never needs a physician BIG SPRING Mr Harry Miller went to Louisville Monday Dr Strother was over at Vertress Thursday to see a patient Mr Frank Hardin began school here Monday with quite a flattering attend Â¬ ance Mies HortensejMiller leaves for Howells Valley Monday where Bhe will teach a spring term of school Miss Z jlnia Brother left for Louisville last Tuesday wJJere she will remain sev Â¬ eral weeks with friends and relatives It is being rumored that we are soon to have another blacksmith shop in our town There is always room for more Mr Steve Smith went to Elizabeth town Saturday and while there his horse was stricken with cerebo spinal menin- Â¬ gitis and died It is rumore that a certain young lady of Vertress and who is quite a fre qunt and charming visitor of this place is to be married soon Mrs H P Wallace who has been confined to the house for several years from paralysis sufTerexl a third stroko Sunday and is not expected to live The Rev Clay Moorman has returned to south Ultchfleld His mother and brother who have been very ill of typhoid fever are rapidly recovering M tsars John and Guy Meador were at Vertress Sunday the guest of Mr Cralle and Miss Carlton of Stevensburg who Is a charming young lady and is a Bister of Mrs Cralle Â¬ PELLVILLE Close observation reveals the fact that peaches are killed but apples are unin- Â¬ jured Bud Brown has been down with pneu Â¬ monia for two weeks but is now im- Â¬ proving Frank Baker the young merchant ol Floral was herefaixing around the first of lost week MIbs Msyme Holm who has bad lung low and not ex- - trouble so long is very ru pdcted to live long R v J D Hocker of Fordaville will moye here and begin a select school the 20th of this month Mies Blanche Downs ono of Kirks most charming young ladles is visitinir her aunt Mrs Alice Mosely Miss Katie Temple who has boea vls itiug in Mississippi this winter Is exc ecU eJ homo in a fewweeks The first ot last- - week was a fine time fpr maple sap to run and tbosf who had trees made good use of the time Jake Mezarves the raw mill man nlll not go to Rock port as he intended and is Dutiuing a tiouao now to live in aa he haa rented his farm Prof GeorgeMay ot Eosor met a por- Â¬ tion ot his class in instrumental music at M Moaileys last Tuesday nluht and furnished muslo wblab spoke well for the scholars Times are surely improving around here Mort Moseley the deputy County Clerk says he haa prepared more deeds than he ever has before In he first two months ol the year showing that trade in real estate is pn a boom So far be has not written a single mortgage The roads have been almost Impassa Â¬ ble here this winter when not frozen Unless there is some plan by which the system ot road narking can be Improved the farmers wjl be compelled to keep more team than is necessary to cultivate their farms In order to market heir 5 crops Mrs Mary Kaufmann shipped sixty very fine chickens last week and receiv- Â¬ Fruit and crnamental treei shrubi email ed OJ cjnts per pound gross fniiti and eYrry thing for orchard lawn and far den We emp oy no agents but tell direct at Rev Father Reaux was called to see reasonable piieei Strawberry and tree cata loeueion application Mrs Mary Jarboo lost Tuursday Mrs II F 1IILLBNMEYKR Jarboo has been very ill but is reported Lexington Ky When you write mention thl paper somo better Julius Dutschke Sr has purchased a twelve horse powor thrashing machine many were tbe true and bright things and sas be will do his own thrashing at said not meant for her ears mora If you must and will talk dont select a Holt t lis year gass front door for your conversation Henry Elder and wife of Daviess even if it is a place of business and county were called to the bedside of harmless looking on the Sabbath for thoir mother Mrs Caroline Elder who havent you heard that the very walls has been low with la grippe have ears Mrs Jennie Tobin and little son Albert Olemit who have been the guests WEBSTER of relatives and Iriends in this vacinlty returnt d to their home at Morganfleld Sinking Greek is raging Saturday But few plant beds burned J H Coil of Mexico Mo who is at- Â¬ Mrs Julius Dutschke and daughter We need more houses here tending school at Lexington Ky was Miss Anna made their last shipment of A great deal of corn is In the field yet called home to attend the funeral ser-Â¬ turkey u last Wednesday they received We have heard of no strikes recently vices of bis father who died Feb 15 0 cents gross This with their former The small twigs of the peach trees are Our cousin was a vaitor at Dewey shipment amounted to 5576 clear killed Heights Christmas Wo extend our Bin A few dayB of sunshine would be so cere sympathy to the bereaved family FORDSVILLE welcome and may the dear Lord comfort their J M Fitch will build a new black Â¬ hearts Had a heavy hall storm last Friday smith shop here Advance in wages is reported from all Ls papa being a member of Congress but no damages at this place sections of our country the child grew firm in the faith that Mrs Rehm Smith has been on tbe Why not ask Brother Bigbam to deliv- Â¬ nothing good could be found outside the sick list for tbe past week er a temperance lecture here9 Republican fold Miss Blank a friend ol We will soon be connected with the Mrs Bine Cooper Owensboro is the her sister and a political heretic in her Sandy Hill neighborhood by telephone eyes was v siting the family Late ono guest of her sister Mrs Folk Gilmore The cltizsn chagrined We J T Smitu and son Arthur were in have alloldest as severeis winter as he has evening the child searching or her sis Been Louisville last week laying in new stock ter wandered into the guests room As soon as tlw weather permita farm Â¬ where shefound Miss Blank in the midst Trains 4 aud 5 have been taken off of ers will gather thoir corn and sow their of her devotions L stared at her in the Fordaville Irvington Route this oats open eyed amszment and as the young gives the boys more rest At tho close of the nineteenth century over one half the human race are lady arose from ber knees exclaimed Ollle Wilson Misa Graca Howard Mr heathens Do you say your and Mrs Frank Why Miss Blank Jarbbe attended the Ii H of Lodlbnrg was cir-Â¬ prayers I thougat you wore a Dmo HowarJ Buckby wedding at Owens- culating Adkisson friends amoog here one day crat New York Tribune last week boro GOLDKN ROD Mack Payne had a sale last Thursday Miss Manie Witt Erlanger who has which was well attended and most been visiting her cousin Mrs Polk Gil things sold well ASHCRAFT more went to Hardinsburg last week The fiscal court will probably be called Plenty of mud and rain to visit relatives on to giye us a biidge across Sinking Henry Cowley attended the concert at Fred May and family moved to Olo Greek near here Fair Mount Friday night verpoic Mr May will tako a place as Socially everything is dead not a par Miss Hettie Heudrick Bpent last Wed fireman on the main line We regret tv or entertainment since Christmas Why not have another mita nesday night with Matilda Aabcraf to givt them up as citizens Miss Sally Basket is with her sister The ground hog has given us some Miss B irrett the assistant at the col Mrs Bjwley a few days this week lege Inw bueu absent for Beveral weeks pretty severe weather aud we shall be glad when hia term of dealing out weath- Â¬ A S Ashcraft on acuuuat of ilness in her family and er expins nf Mauckport Ind I was the guest ot his brother Wednesday ill beiself is again able to fi her place Albert Beauchamp of Grayson county night Died of consumption Miss Alice Tru Â¬ recently bought a Shorthorn male calf of Mr and Mrs John Pike have gone to man 8gti 22 years and 5 months buried M Lyddan Son for WO that was a beaut Flaherty nnd Vine Grove to visit frieuda iu the Fordaville cemetry Mar 2nd and relatives J M Fitch has moved his family here Tbe family have the sympathy of many and hs will do general blacksmlthlng A Mrs Davis Yountr spent last week friends and relatives good workman aud an estimable family with her daughter Mrs J It Wlllett we welcome them to our town who was vary sick finis Johnson who recently married STEPHENSPORT Mrs James Cot of Highland and Mrs Miss Ivy Nicholson has rented a house in town and will go to house Â¬ Robert Heudrick spent the day Tuesday keeping after a short honeymoon School commenced Monday with James Heudrick and wife The furniture the HarUn Morgan was out of town Sue old Webster will of sold Maaonlo hall at O A Ashcraft wont to 0ik Grove to be at auction next day Saturday afternoon take charge of his brother Elijahs tchool This was onco a until he is able to take charge of it Mrs R A Smith went to Louisville strong lodge and we regret its discon tinuance Mrs Sue Rees and Nannie Cowley at Â¬ Sunday We are nyer for progress and regret tended W A Uewleys entertainment W 0 Blaln of Patesyille was in very much that one train haa been dis- Â¬ last Friday evening at Pleasant Grov continued on the branch town Sunday It was so nice to go to Hardinsburg aud return in Misses Rosa and El leu Pike Sally and Regular services will be held in Bap- Â¬ one day Delia Hardin spent the day with Mlssts tist ch arch Suuday By all means let the Hardinsburg fair Maggie and Nannie Ojwley last Tuesday We see no rtawns Remembet choir practice at J II be started np again why it would not bn profitable and Mrs Jesse Aslicrxfi and son Everett Payned Friday evening many reasons could bs assigned why no James Hendnck II L Kurtz and Vic- Â¬ Pete Best Sr of Lewisporl was to should have a county fair tor Owings were pleasant rollers ot Ash Mack Payue will move here this week Bee hi brother Obrlat Best Suaday crafts last Sunday to learn the blacksmith trade under J it James Michael five months old son of Mays is to J Hardin Ashcraft who has been Mr and Mrs Kirby Blaln la quite sick Bhop whom hefamily supersede in the He and are tbe best of camped at Anniston Ala for tho last people and we cordially welcome them with pneumonia Aye months has a dischargd aud is at We bog pardon for our failure to men All members aro requested o be at home he has the best discharge that has tlon the fct at meeting Saturday as business of Lyddan one of the time that Nannie been brought back to this county We church our bright young school girls passed the examination recently at are all glad to have him iu our midst interest wilt bo on hands Mr and Mis Bate Washington of Hardlnaburg in tbe comm n school again branches receiving a high gineral avel Irvington pp iiit Saturday and Sunday ags A beautiful aud quiet weddiug was hvr bister Mrs L B Helm Brothers Watson St Olatr and Blaro that of Finaa Johuson and Miss Iva with The 01o in her fullness there ot Nlckelson at Mrs Robert Heudricka meeting at 0 if 1011 Mills last week with about forty residence Wednesday March 1st at 3 is Btill approaching nearer causing the additions to the church The rrvlval oclock Rev Blngleton officiated Tue river street cititena tnuoh uoeailneai iDlluenre seemed general throughout the b ide was beautifully attired in gray Mr and Mrs J K Bramtftte and Dd Wa8 h8lly Kroin8 m novelty aud the groom looking his beBt in two children of Irvington spnt s v ral mdi 4 Vl TV nlllAlt Th nlktt Iuna -retnei black The bride was liked by all who days last week with her cousin Mrs v very reraotistiufc Becluplon vrr knew her and we all enjoyed her short Olias Wadllngton much crestfallen and is thuro partfulr stay with us and regret giviug her up The spring like weather Tbuisday r vising- his statistics f r futum He The contracting parties left the next day made us feel as If winter had departed U still all rub nm oUa irandevep ttiing else but this winter has been for Webster their future home The but Sundays anow Bent upon us a a shiver record brraker writer wishes them a long aud happy with a uay verily We are glad to note the recent life exprrs- We had our share of the hall Friday m nxr J of thtt correspond e ils of Nkws in regard lo tteWltar and Saturday but cannot report the icy MOOLEYVILLE mieaeles to bo as luige as some of our ary tsstfs what they are reading ead etc The haClt of rVdiug sister towns though I do not doubt but Weather vory beautiful p puiu De ncoa r thfir statements were ol the 4atrajflht MS nreV8fy Farm work the subject ol discussion Pu0Mibe Wlth KOOd gjous variety Wy heap as U is at pres Â¬ Paul Kullman was in town last Touts ent there Is nn As he story books say once upoq a should not haye n aon why every noma day it fa f time a lady accldently over heard a Paris Dutschke was In town shopping conversation and as the sub ct vrow today Monday aud waxed warmer some of ber verv DeWltta Little Early RUer Jobu Warren and Ed SUllmau took own kith and kin were mentioned and J Tas astou llttla 4M 1 Â¬ Trees Plants Vines 1 I I1 iii ui Si M t- - 4